The Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 1, 1945 Page: 4 of 8
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kport to organize Bids Asked For
b Pack Soon 1 _ ..
Rock port Parent-Teacnei Asso-
ciation announced last yeelt that
the organization is sponsoring a
Cub Fuck troop there. Ihe organ-
isation meeting will be held at
the school Monday. Feb. 5th. Mrs.
R. A. Dickens, president, announ-
J. B. Thomas, scout field execu-
tive, will be present to explain the
Cub program and to assist in the
organization. Boys 9, 10 and 11
years old are eligible to join the
Cubs, she announced.
Rockport V. F. W.
Oyster Fry Set
Members of the Rockport V. F.
W. have scheduled an oyster fry
for February 2nd at the city fire
Station as a benefit for the Vet-
terans of Foreign War Post and
at fhe city hall from 11:30 a. m.
until late in the evening.
Potato salad and other trim-
mings will be served with the
oysters and all proceeds^from the
! From District Court
LICENSE ARE ISSUED;
Destroyed by Fire.
Bids for the reconstruction of
the Rocjcport school home making
department which was destroyed
bv fire several weeks ago, were
asked for Friday. Jan. 26th. and
all interested parties may obtain
plans and specifications by calling
at the business office of the
board of education. All bids must
be in by 4 p. m. Saturday, Feb. 3.
The- new cottage will be mod-
ern and will be built northwest of
the present high school and in-
clude a laboratory, which will in-
clude kitchen facilities and those
Dan Cupid was active in San
, Patricio county during the week;
Youths who participated in the!of Jan. 15 to 2ft inclusive. When
rnhhrry r>* «»»» ArnnfH><8 Pass High five couples applied for marriage
The following birthday dates ( ^hoolduringtheChristmai TToTP
re being printed in The^Progress ( ^av# u,frp aivpn a indeterminate
CHURCH OF CHRIST
C. B. Glasgow, Minister.
Bible study, Sunday 9:45 a. m
Preaching 10:45 a. m. ^
Conupunion 11:45 a. nt.
Mrs. Ruth D. Rader, Misses
! Jean Mathis and Billie Bob Bigt-
: low spent the week end ia
Brownsville and Matamores, Mex.
-at the -county clerks of-
SHESS |SKS*S2 ar*5*-.-M;:
rend birthday greetings or other ton Supt H T Faulk stated this Guy Tiemann and Fay Nell
' week. Brown. ,
After a number of other charges Austin A. Spear and Frankie i
had been placed against the boys, Vern Birmingham,
i besides the damage and theft of Bias Rodriguez and Endelia
the local school, they were sched- Hisaguirre. j - - —. ____ ru„*rai An-
- - Mick and Dorothy! all Gas Appliances. Central Ap
Jeroma Bromley. Feb. 4th
Howard Hale, Feb. 13th ,
Robert E. Terry. Feb. 18
Stephen H. Barrett, Feb. 21
J., H. Cheaney. Feb. 23rd
Young People’s class 6:5ft p. m.
Prekchlllg T.90 p» ft).----
Business meeting first Wedres-
day in each month at 7:30 o’clock, j
Singing and Bible stuay each'
Thursday at 7:30 p. m.
We service your Electrolux and
uled to enter a reform school, Kenneth
Joseph Robert Upton, March 3
Lynn Dallas King, March 6
Emmett O. Hawkins, March 10
Donaldson B. Angellos. Mar. 11
Hollis O. Coleman. March 12.
HOLLIS O. WOOD JR.
— ... , ciuat- iwnni'u laiiuuvi, *■.»'— j * Hollis O. Wood Jr., son of Sgt.
Oysters will be served foj. sewjnfJ a living room and bed- and Mrs. H. O. Wood, observed
room with bath. This type of his first birthday Saturday, Jan.
building will give the students ex- 20th at the home of his grandpar-
perience under actual conditions ents Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bodeman.
in homemaking. Supt. Morgan 'the traditional cake decorated
Wheeler raid. with one, candle centered the
county officials stated.
plianca Co., phona 264.
H All L1HG
Of All Kind
ALSO DIRT WORK
H. V. Duncan
Brown's Cottagas Aransas Pass
sal$ will go to the V. F. W. and
age Ambulance Service. Tele-
The Taste Test
iOur Foods Best!
It’s True ...
Because our Chefs are spe-
ialists in every phase of
cooking—From . . .
Pleasant Atmosphere For Any
Meet. Bring the Fam-
ily For a Treat!
Large enough to care . for a table. Games were played and
class of 16 at a time, the building prizes were awarded to Wanda
will meet all state and federal re- Hadden, Gerald Campbell, Cher-
quirements. Wheeler stated. j rie Looper and Carol Sutton..
Refreshments were served to
the following: Geraldine and
Gerald Campbell, Sue and John-
nie Scarbrough. Carol Sutton.
Wanda. Raymond, Tommie and
Ginger Hadden, Darline Bodeman,
Cherrie Looper. Patsy Armstrong,
are Ronnie and Jerry Yoder, Mrs.
) Juanita Armstrong. Mrs. Jack
Campbell. Mrs. Alvin Bodeman,
and Mrs. Sue Looper.
His father. Sgt. Wood, is sta-
tioned with the army in Italy.
* * •
east front for
Mrs. J. R. Beasley returned
from Houston over the week end
where she spent several days vis-
iting relatives. She was accom-
panied home hp her .daughter,
Mrs. Jess Silva and daughter El-
sie Fay Goldsmith, who are
spending the week here^
Take Your Choice!
iO0lpn rooms and bath
Nice place1 W. S. C. S. HAS
for small family r’esiTirb
on one lot Vith
comfort in the suminoi
to live LUNCHEON TUESDAY
The Women's Society of Chris-
tian Service met Tuesday, Jan.
Five rooms, bath, garage and 30th. at noon at the First Metho-
nice arrangement for chickens, dist Church for a covered dish
This is on a very choice corner lot luncheon.
with plenty ol* shade and side- Following the lunch, a meeting
walks on two sides. Close in and was held with Mrs. F. G. Bigelow i
convenient to town and schools, presiding. Mrs. Bigelow present- j
Pi jeed to sell. 82.450. * r>d the devotional, ‘‘Patience ofl
. . _____ Unanswered Prayer” with scriD-;
Nicv modern 5-room home with• tu** f-om IT Corinthians 12:1-21.
i■ .tii. >. ,rag ami ehick»-n house. During the business session 1
Situated on a convenient corner which followed, the grnuo discus- ;
on Houston stret. Newly finished sed goals for the coming year,
inside and' has a good paiprf job w-th th^ three major peals being 1
on the outside. A good buy in a "Cru-ade For Christ " “The Build-
nice home. $2,750. ling Fund.” and “Life Member-1
Half acre with-small modem ship.”
home on it. Has butane gas plant, Present at the meeting were t
v. at-. r well with electric pump. Mesdames F. O. Bigelow. W C.!
garage, washroom and plenty of Craig. D Gaddis Floyd Ma-1
young shade ulcs. A- .place thews. J. O Robert. Kate Caster- ’
just outside the city limits. See tine. Mnv Keepers. Martha Cope.;
this one. It is cheap at $2,500. F- >d Wilrcn and one visitor, Mrs.!
We do not keep property—wc Cera Brannon,
N. D. Sanford
Office Over DuBose Drug
P. O. Box 53 Aransas Pass
Phene, Re*. 248-W; Office 27-J
Cage Ambulance Service. Tele-
"The Shop That Give*
Suits That Fit a Specialty
ARANSAS PASS* TEXAS
P*n*id Avenell. A-C. last
wot k aftpr a fe,v davs visit with
hroth< *■ N. B. Avenell. En-j
mute to California he spent a few
days visiting his parents in Hous-
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams and
family of Hebbronville were th®
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shockley
i of this city several days last week.
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! Mrs. R. K. Lovett is visiting in
Houston this week with relatives.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to take this means of
expressing our deep appreciation
I for the many acts of kindness
shown us in the death of our
1 loved one. Richard Bailey (Dick)
Brown, and forthe many beautiful
floral offerings at the time of his
death. In our great bereavement
we ask that God may poud out hisf
richest blessings upon each and
veryone of you
FOR SALE — Two wheel trailor. COVERED Buttons, buckles and
good tires. Vernon Harrison, clasps. Mrs. Glyn Taylor.
inquire at Sully’s Grocery No. 1. LIST Your Sale an(J Rental p^p.
' erties with me. Have several
outlets available. Ruby Patton,
Mrs. Rose Brown.
Miss Paula Jeanne Brown.
Richard R. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford W. Brown
Mr. and Mrs. Fred (Buck) Brown
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. (Pete) Brown
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. (Bill) Brown
Dan A. Willis.
FOR SALE—Household furniture
complete, if bought in few days,
must sell to leave. G. A. Preston
near J. F. Newbury.
Now open for business! Wall-
paper and Sherwin • Williams
Paints. Cenrtal Appliance Com-
pany, phone 264.
Our Entire Stock Chester-
field and Fitted Models
Good For Curtains, Etc.
Sizes 34 to $2
Long or Short Sleeves
About SO Men’s Nats in
ftjl^nlnrc'hnt not all £»0&-
Reg. Ceilings to $3.9$
At Only HH
FOR SALE — Full blood Collie
pups, across from old telephone
building. Call Collins. 92.
i LOWERS!—For all occasions;
funeral design^ a specialty. Lo-
cal or wires. Mrs. F. L. Clen-
dening. Call 67 or 88.
CAMPBELL MOTOR CO.
Cash for your car. regardless of
327 Commercial St. Phone 263
USED CARS and Trucks Wanted
—We pay highest cash prices.
Will buy your equity. Snyder
Motor Co., Aransas Pass. Texas.
FOR SALE—Brownish grey sable
dyed coney fur coat worn only
a few times, $35. size 14. phone
FOR SALE—One three year old
Jersey cow giving about three 1 “Kress.
WANTED — Reliable woman to
care for two year old child
while mother works. Apply at
WANTED—Clean Cotton Rags.
WANTED — Grown rabbits and
ducks. - Phone 97. . Mrs. B. T.
Swann. 1 • ' J '
WANTED—Stock cXttte. 2 miles
north of highway on Avenue B,
or P. O. Box 5. Lee May.
Lost and Found
Quarts a day. Gentle and thq
very cow for a small family in
town. $50.00. Inquire at Prog-
ress. __ j
FOR SALE—One oil field trailer
Duo wheeled. Telescope coup-
ling. A-L conditions P.’ C. Hef-
FOR SALE—The Hoffman home.'
six rooms, bath, op Houston St.
Mrs. Thel Hoffman. Realtor. In-
FOUND—One dog collar with
two vaccination tags. Owner
ihay have it by paying for this ad
FOUND—Knife and keys on key
ring. Owner may have same by
identifying and paying for this ad.
• Our .determination has
ever been to maintain an or-
ganization worthy of your
trust. For. in the compound-
ing of prescriptions, a pre-
cious life may be the cost of
compromise. ^ our trust in
■*»iur relialile compounding
will be well placed. And, it
costs no more—often less—
to come to this pharmacy.
Boys’ DRESS PANTS
Values to $S-9$!
For This Event
25 % Off
Get yours now!
while Our Stock is
25 % Off
While 10 Last
Reg. $4.93 Value
A few broken lots
in broken sizes.
Black and Browns!
A Real Buy at Only
With all round elas-
tic waist and legs.
While 36 Dozen
In all styles colors and sizes
Ceiling Prices to $3.9$
Group One Group Two
Pink, Blue and White
One Lot of Pretty New
Suits and Slack Suits
Values to $9.8$ - Special
These are Latest Styles in
Gabardines, Alpacas, Cor-
duroys and Spuns.
In sizes 2 to 14 in Cotton
»| *s% M “‘KMa."
YES WE RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF PIECE GOODS—
In Domestics, Broadcloths, Ticking, Chambray, Spun Rayon, Rayon
Wools, Toweling, Marquisette, Net Cheese Cloth, Khaki Twill, Twill,
Denim, Cotton Crepe, etc.
Also a large stpek of Pins, Safety Pin£ Bobby Pins, and Elastic. While 24 Sheets
last—only one to a customer. Also Draperies and Towels, Wash Rags.
Phone 57-W , ARANSAS PASS, TEXAS
Mrs. Tom L<
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served to the
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The Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 35, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, February 1, 1945, newspaper, February 1, 1945; Aransas Pass, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth802900/m1/4/: accessed December 8, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ed & Hazel Richmond Public Library.