Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, March 4, 1927 Page: 3 of 4
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—At this Bank each account
stands on its own merit
and receives accommodations
Fresh Vegetables and Fruits Daily
Come In and See Us
PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT
BIGELOW'S PIONEER STORE
IP YOU WANT A HOME AT A BARGAIN AND ON THE EASY
PAYMENT PLAN, SEE-
CONN & BROWN
Local News and Personals „The p;ostcss is (,iBiebte<i to Bob
Harris for some fine, crisp head
| lettuce, the kind that has made the
truck area of Aransas Pass famous in
the great consuming centers. “Bob’’
is one of the pioneers in the trucking
game and is of the progressive kind
that never come to town unless they
have something to sell. He always has
something raised on his farm that
brings a cash return the year round.
It’s a habit easily acquired which
keeps a man’s bank account in the
black instead of the red.
W. E. Tedford was a business visit-
or in Sinton Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. John Yarrow of Bay-
side, were shopping in the city Monday.
FOR SALE — Cane hay, baled.
FRANK W. HARTMAN, Bayside, Tex
Mr. and Mrs. King Custer spent Sun-
day in Sinton as the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. A. J. Custer.
J. R. Barry, of Comanche, Tex.,
madea business trip to Aransas Pass
over the week-end.
Judge Carl Utterback and Postmas,
ter Roy Duphorne made a business
trip to Sinton Monday.
Mrs. E. R. Green is taking, a vaca-
tion this week. She will return to her
duties at Oliver’s Monday.
FORD COUPE for sale, 1925 model,
in first class condition. F. L.
Mliss Velma Craven accompanied by
Miss Bessie Haverfield, of Sinton,
were guests of her perents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Craven over the week-end.
Miss Susie Williams, daughter of
Captain and Mrs. Chas. Williams, has
returned from a delightful visit with
relatives and friends in Corpus Chris-
Coincident with the cold wave whicu
swept the northern states the first of
the week and brought freezing and
/i-ost to many parts of central and
northern Texas, Joe Scott brought to
raised in the back yard of his home
The Progress two boxes of strawberries
on Houston street. They were of fine
size and flavor, the same as the home-
grown berries which have been on the
market since early in January. We
may seem a little old-fashioned in
saying that we still prefer strawberries
MRS. L. T. AYRES ENTER-
TAINS WITH BRIDGE
CORPUS CHRISTI’S NEWEST CAFE
“Where Quality and Service Meet”
SEA FOODS OUR SPECIALTY
CORPUS CHRISTI, TEXAS
EYES EXAMINED — GLASSES FITTED
IN FITTING EYEGLASSES ALL THE RISK IS OURS—ALL THE
F. C. STAMM, Optometrist
JEWELERS, OPTOMETRISTS AND OPTICIANS
“The Store for Those Who Care.”
617 Mesquite Street Phone 226
Corpus Chrisjti, Texas
Fred M. Percival, civil engineer and
licensed state land surveyor, of Rock-
port, was in Aransas Pass a few hours
yesterday, while on his way to Sinton
to inspect the court house building.
before the rush; set your time. 500
latest paper patterns at cheapest
prices. Quick, clean, satisfactory
work at reasonable prices. Call at
A. E. Jennings, son C. E. and daugh-
ter Irene of Dallas, who are now tem-
porarily located in Corpus Christi,
were in Aransas Pass Monday, where
they formerly lived, and enjoyed a
visit with old-time friends.
All customers are advised that all
bottles not returned will be charged
against their account. ALLEN’S
Jack Mathis, of Waco, Tex., who was
manager of the Aransas Drug Com-
The home of Mrs. L. T. Ayres was
the setting for a delightful party of
six tables of bridge Friday afternon.
Mrs. Ayres was hostess to a number of
friends. After a pleasant afternoon,
a salad course was served. Mrs. Wal-
ter Noble won high score, a corsage
boquet. Mrs. A. Warren won low
score, a basket of sweet peas. Those
who were bidden to come were:
Mesdames J. A. Orr, Sinton; R. R.
Rice, S. Castorina, Harris Johnston,
Julia Terry, Janet Kopperl. J. C.
Cherry, Robt. Mercer. A, Warren,
Carl Utterback Hjorace Perkins, W.
A. Scrivner, Walter Noble, W. H.
Young, H. C. Mills, Wm. Snyder, Ed
Cotter, Wj. A. Kieberger, L. J. Spice,
A. H. Moore, Roy Angelloz. Misses
Edith Mercer, Lucy Minter, Muriel
Fifty Seven Years of Experience.
The Officers and Directors of the First National repre-
sent a combined period of 57 years of experience in
serving the people in and near our city. Our close con-
nection with the prevailing conditions in this territory at
all times means an added service to you
Are you taking advantage of fifty seven years of exper-
ience? If not — why not start now?
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ARANSAS PASS, TEXAS
WE STILL HAVE A GOOD SUPPLY ON HAND.
Mill Feeds and Grains of all Kinds
Stanzel Supply Co.
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Moore, of
Pratt, Kan:, returned the first of
the week from an overland trip
Modern Hotel; Good Clean Beds; Hot
and Cold Water; Bath; Well Located.
Cool Sleeping Porch.
HOWARD MOTOR COMPANY
EXPERT AUTO REPAIR WORK, BATTERY RECHARGING
and ACETYLENE WELDING
MODEN DRIVE IN FILLING STATION
in course of construction, will soon be ready for the public
PROMPT SERVICE YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED
Houston street, opposite Bigelow’s residence
H. M. HOWARD, Prop.
MRS. GUS SINGLER
Don’t get a divorce if your wife can’t cook. Eat here and keep
her for a pet.
;We serve the best meals In town—Strictly home cookrn
—Magnolia Filling Station—
S. W. WILLIAMS, Manager. PHONE NO. 178
Polished Free of Charge When Washed
Reduced to $12
More battery, less money! What better reason could
there be for buying a genuine Ford Battery?
Only Ford quantity manufacture could produce this
super-power battery to sell at such a price. And only
authorized Ford dealers sell it.
The Ford battery is made for starting and lighting
the Ford car. It is made to perform these services
day in and day out, year after year, and at the lowest
possible cost. Thirteen plates, 6 volts, 80 ampere
hours, in a hard rubber case for $12.00. It is backed
by reliable battery inspection service.
Genuine Ford products give Genuine Ford service,
ARANSAS MOTOR CO.
Aransas Pass, Texas
pany some three years ago, has again
accepted the management and began
his duties the first of the month. He
made many friends during his former
residence( here who are pleased at this
Judge Carl Utterback has returned
from Austin where he was represent-
ing the city in the interest of the
Ransom island bill now before the
legislature. The measure has passed
the Senate and gone to the third
reading in the House. Final action
was expected today.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank the many friends
and relatives for their kindness shown
towards us during the illness and
death of our beloved husband and
father and especially for the beautiful
MRS. J. W. “FARLEY, Sr. and
The posts for sign archway of Aran-
sas Pass at Gregory ,were set this
week, and the work of construction of
the arch is progressing rapidly. Frank
LeRoy, Clark Rowley, W. H. Stephens
and Mr. Baker performed the work of
setting up the poles and donated thier
services as a contribution to the good
work being done by the sign committee
of the Chamber of Commerce.
Anticipating the influx of a large
number of tourists with the coming of
spring and summer and the possibility
of large industrial development in the
near future, C. Jackson, of the Jackson
Hotel, has been giving the hostlery a
general overhauling in the way of pa-
pering, repainting and repairing. The
hotel is now in first-class condition
and ready for any increased demands
upon its accommodations.
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ayres, of Spring
Hill, Tenn., are guests this week of
Mr. Ayres’ brother. L. T. Ayres, Cash-
..ter of the First National Bank. It is
their first visit to this section of Tex-
as and Larry is taking the utmost
pleasure in showing them the best
place on the South Texas map. Mr.
Ayres is vice president of the Com-
merce Union Bank of Nashville, and
manager of the Spring Hill branch.
Mrs. H. H. Blankmeyer went to San
Antonio last Saturday to join her
daughter Ruth on a shopping expedi-
tion. Miss Ruth is attending the Tey-
as Presbyterian College at Milford,
Texas, obtained leave of absence to
make the trip. They hurried with
their shopping and returned home Sat-
urday night to give Miss Ruth an op-
portunity for a week-end viist with
home folks. She returned to her
school work Monday.
Already the Most Beautiful Chevrolet is
scoring the greatest success in Chevrolet
history! Because no other low-priced car
ever supplied so completely all the attrac-
tions of a high-priced automobile!
Here truly is more for your money than
you ever thought possible—more than
even Chevrolet, [with its progressive
policies and magnificent factories could
possibly offer, were it not for the aeon*
omies of tremendous volume production*
Come in'—see the Most Beautiful. Chev-
rolet, Drive it .Learn what makes It tha
greatest triumph in. .automobile history—•
and why it is winning new buyers at m
rate of tens of thousand each week?.,'
—at these amazingly low prices
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The Touring - ^5 25
The Roadster » ^5 25
The Coupe * ^6 25
The Sedan * ^695-
Sport Cabriolet ^ 715
The Landau * ^74^
1-Tori Truck ' - '
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Va-Tsm Track - -
Balloon fcirea now standard
on all models.
Ha audition, to (base low prices, Chev-
rolet's delivered pr&ea haclade tb«
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Snyder Motor Company
Aransas Pass, Texas
QUALITY AT LOW COST
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Warrick, W. E. Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 13, No. 46, Ed. 1 Friday, March 4, 1927, newspaper, March 4, 1927; Aransas Pass, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth847858/m1/3/: accessed February 26, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ed & Hazel Richmond Public Library.