Port Aransas South Jetty (Port Aransas, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1989 Page: 4 of 12
The following text was automatically extracted from the image on this page using optical character recognition software:
THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1989
PORT ARANSAS SOUTH JETTY
Dinner theatre set
for staging tonight
On stage tonight
Port Aransas High School drama students will present the award-winning / RememberMama
at a dinner theatre tonight (Thursday, April 13). Members of the cast shown during a recent
dress rehearsal are Mike Hayden (standing at left), Earl Humphreys (standing at right) and
seated from left, Heather Creighton, Spring Kuehn, Ethan Thompson, Meredith Medley and
(PAHS photo by Jay Corder)
The following is a list of meetings and events scheduled in Port Aransas
during the upcoming week.
Any governmental body or non-profit group wishing to have its gathering
included on the lists should contact the South Jetty at 749-5131 during the
regular business hours Monday through Friday.
* The Port Aransas Clean Team’s recycling dock in the Family Center
IGA Food Store parking lot accepts aluminium cans, glass newspaper,
plastic mi lk jugs and sofit drink bottles, copper, brass and batteries. Glennis
"Scotty" Scott mans the stationFriday, Saturday, Monday and Tuesday
from lOa.m.to l p.m. and from 2 to 5p.m. Sunday hours arenoon to6p.m.
The dock is closed Wednesdays and Thursdays. Contributors can collect
cash and Whataburgcr coupons. Three pounds earns a soft drink coupon,
five pounds earns a coupon for French fires and seven pounds gel you a
Whataburgcr. Coupons arc for use at the Port Aransas Whataburgcr.
TODAY, THURSDAY, APRIL 13
* Port Aransas Rotary Club, 12 noon, T.J.’s Quay.
* Dinner Theatre produciton of / Remember Mama, Area UIL winner of
One Act Play competition, 7 p.m., PAHS auditorium. Sec story for details.
* E.M.S. Auxiliary bingo, 7 p.m., Community Center.
* Overcaters Anonymous, 8 p.m., Trinily-by-thc-Sca Episcopal Church.
FRIDAY, APRIL 14
* Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., Trinity-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church,
•Last day to enter Port Aransas Clean Team’s Beautiful Homc/Bcautifull/
SATURDAY, APRIL 15
* Bingo sponsored by the Port Aransas Ladies Fire Auxiliary, 7 p.m.,
* Alcoholics Anonymous, 10:15 p.m.Trinity-by-thc-SeaEpiscopalChurch
MONDAY, APRIL 17
* Abscntccvoting in city and school election begins, continues through
May 2. See story for details.
* Port Aransas Clean Team board meeting, 7 p.m., PACT office, Island
State Bank building.
* Regular meeting of PA1SD Board of Trustees, 7:30 p.m., PAHS library.
* Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 p.m., Trinily-by-thc-Ea Episcopal Church,
403 Trojan. Big Book Study.
* Alanon, 8 p.m. Trinity-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church, 403 Trojan.
TUESDAY, APRIL 18
*PTA meeting, 7 p.m., PAHS library. Sec story for details.
* Bingo at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church parish hall, 100 N. Station, 7 p.m.
* Alcoholics Anonymous, 12 noon, Trinity-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church,
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19
* CODA (Co-Dependents Anonymous), 8 p.m., Trinity-by-the-Sea.
THURSDAY, APRIL 20
* Town Hall meeting with State Rep. Todd Hunter, 5 p.m., T.J.'s Quay.
Sec story for details.
* Regular City Council meeting, 7 p.m., city hall.
A dinner theatre production of the
award-winning One-Act Play, “I
Remember Mama”, will be presented
by Port Aransas High School drama
Students tonight (Thursday Anri! 131
The one-act play won at Area com-
petition and heads for the Regional
contest Tuesday, April 18, at Bell villc
High School just outside of Brcnham.
(Sec related story for details.)
The menu for the dinner theatre has
been changed to enchiladas, beans and
The play is a dramatization of Kath-
erine Forbes’ “Mama’sBank Account”
about the reminiscences of a young
author who recalls her youth and the
role her family played in her matura-
tion, primarily that of her mother. Set
in 1910, the plays involves a Norwe-
gian family that immigrated to Amer-
The dinner threatre, at the Port
Aransas High School auditorium, will
begin with dinner at 7 p.m. with an 8
p.m. curtain time.
TickcLs are $6.50 each and can be
purchased by members of the com-
pany or junior class members. Ar-
rangements for purchase of tickets can
also by made by calling drama direc-
tor Karen Mclntirc or Joe Jelly at 749-
Proceeds arc used for the junior-
» r- und JVtf TAr «> rv> o or'
dCiirUi ptv/m umi iv/ft uiumu V/tuU uv
“Get your tickets right away because
they always go fast,” Mrs. Mclntirc
•2 bedroom ‘color TV
P.O. Box 1086
710 Station St.
Port Aransas 78373
riot# to Hit beacfil
Clean, family type rooms
Kitchenettes • Air Conditioning
Color Cable T.V.
Fish Cfeaning Facilities
“A walk away from the beach!”
A/E, M/C. Visa Welcome P.O. Box 517 603 Ave. G
(512)749-6360 .Port Aransas. Texas
Flag to fly in memory
of late Kenney Scales
NEW AND DIFFERENT...
■■■ 1 ■ ......— • v ■1 "f"1 ■ ■..........1
\ | ' /
V. . .Breakfast, lunch, dinner, or "allyou can eat”
buffet Fridays and Sundays. Dance to music by
Mike Williams Enjov breathtaking views
of the Lagoon Pool and the ocean beyond
Call 749-5922 for reservations and
. information about a truly P & e
Winter Texan different experience. % ^
An American flag to fly in memory
of the late Kenney Scales will be
presented to the Port Aransas Lioness
Club Wednesday, April 26.
The flag will be presented by Chris
Opel, manager of the Port Aransas-
Whataburgcr, whose parents are ac-
tive in Lionism in Germany.
The flag will be flown in front of the
Lioness meeting place during every
meeting. A plaque at the base of the
flagpole will commemorate Scales’
contributions to the club.
Scales was an active Lion and a
staunch supporter of Lionesses, hav-
ing served as pit boss for the club’s
major fundraising event, CasinoNight,
from its inception in 1986.
He died suddenly Jan. 1 from com-
plications of a heart attack. He had
been president of Island State Bank.
The meeting will be at Beachhead
Condominium at 7 p.m. and is open to
In the modern age of computers,
where the only errors arc human (as
they always have been), the South
Jetty has experienced a computer error.
Co-publisher Murray Judson said a
‘glitch’ in a disk containing the largest
zip code section in the newspaper’s
circulation, has created problems with
this week’s mailing labels.
Problems with various subscriptions
may also be attributed to the faulty
The newspaper is in the process of
transferring its subscription list to a
new computer system.
“We hope to eliminate some of the
problems we’ve have in the past, and
certainly correct this week’s major
problems, with the new system,”
Target date for getting on line with
the new system is May 1 .Judson said.
& enjoy our
Dance to Mika Williams
t Foy S tie wig Quartet
Frl. & Sat. 8 11 p.m.
Located on 3rd floor above lobby of fort Royal
on fork Road 53. Mustang Island, TX.
Serving 8 a m to II p m 7 days a week.
“Winter Texans make
your reservations now
for next year!”
♦GAME ROOM *TENNIS COURTS
♦BOARDWALK TO THE BEACH
"All units have a view of the beach"
ON PARK ROAD 53 P.O. BOX 1870
(512)749-6212 PORT ARANSAS, TX 78373
“Just close enough to be secluded”
Fabulous Spring Rate Package
Scillum k *ln room
ibtd ‘Cable TV
105 N. Alister
Port Aransas, TX
Double Rooms/w refrigerators
* K.M.C. ^
♦Custom builders from
design to completion
Remodeling & Repairs
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mayer of
Port Aransas announce the
engagement and approaching
marriage of their daughter,
Shelley Kay to Jeffrey Davis
Witcher, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Wiikinsof Shawnee, OK.
The wedding is planned for
June 17 at Immanuel Baptist
Church in Shawnee.
Town Hall meet
District 36 State Rep. Todd Hunter
is seeking input from his constituents
in Port Aransas.
The second in a scries of Town Hall
meetings is set for Thursday, April 20,
at 5 p.m. at T.J.’s Quay Restaurant.
The public is invited to get an up-
date on legislation, give input and ask
The board of directors of the Port
Aransas Clean Team (PACT) will con-
duct its monthly meeting Monday,
Chairman Chris Sandstrom said the
meeting will be at 7 p.m. in the new
offices in the Island Slide Bank build-
ing on Tarpon Street.
Almost half the newspapers in
the world are published in the U S.
15 ft. -60 ft. boom
Winch Truck and
216 W. Ave. A
Julie Dubose Isn't quite big enough yet to drive the truck, but she's still
Papa's little helper. Robert "Papa" Dubose and his wits, Darlene, offer
general machine shop repair, as well as a winch truck and haul-out service, af
Half Fast Machine Shop, 261 W. Ave. A. Call them at 749-6491.
JUST THE FAX, Ma’am
Fax Service now available
Faster and less expensive
than overnight mail
$4 first page
$1 each subsequent page
plus phone toll charge
For more information
call 749-5155 or come
by The Dunes.
Open 24 Hours
Breakfast - All Hours
717 from the
Here’s what’s next.
This issue can be searched. Note: Results may vary based on the legibility of text within the document.
Tools / Downloads
Get a copy of this page or view the extracted text.
Citing and Sharing
Basic information for referencing this web page. We also provide extended guidance on usage rights, references, copying or embedding.
Reference the current page of this Newspaper.
Judson, Mary Henkel. Port Aransas South Jetty (Port Aransas, Tex.), Vol. 19, No. 15, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 13, 1989, newspaper, April 13, 1989; Port Aransas, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth662994/m1/4/: accessed February 26, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ellis Memorial Library.