The Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1958 Page: 2 of 16
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THE ARANSAS PASS PROGRESS
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1958
L. D. Crumly, Jr., of Midland
visited here last week with his
mother, Mrs. L. D. Crumly, and
sisters, Mrs. W. W. Brooks of this
city and Mrs. Duke Camden of
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Aransas Pass, Texas
H. E. Chisums
Members of the Young Adult
Sunday School Class of the First
Methodist Church surprised Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert E. Chisum Tues-
day evening with a housewarming
in their new home at 1315 South
Whitney. Mr. and Mrs. Chisum
have just moved into the new
Hostesses were Mrs. Billy Mills
and Mrs. Neal Yeamans.
Hors d’eouvres, pie, cake and
coffee were served to Rev. and
Mrs. Dale Hasson, Mr. and Mrs.
G. P. Slaughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Billy^Hale, Mr. and Mrs. Jack
Hughson, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Hol-
den, Mrs. James Cowart, Miss
Carol Sutton, Bill Brookshire,
Billy Mills, Neal Yeamans, and
the hounorees by the hostesses.
MRS. JUSTIN SNYDER
VISITS WEST TEXAS
Mrs. Justin Snyder and her sis-
ters, Mrs. Richard Calhoun of
Corpus Christi, and Mrs. H. H.
Heady of San Antonio, visited
their mother, Mrs. J. E. Houston,,
in Midland last week. They also
visited other relatives in Odessa,
Andrews and Seminole while on
Mrs. Jack Hughson was hostess
to the Woman’s Club Tuesday
afternoon in her home at 1390
Oak Park Drive. Co-hostess was
Mrs. Frank Gathright.
Mrs. Dave C. Williams, program
leader, presented Mrs. William
Moore who spoke to the group on
“Awareness of Our Blessings.”
During a business session with
Mrs. A. L. Smith, president, pre-
siding, plans were made for
Wednesdays to be set aside for
parties to work redecorating the
Hors o’oeuvers, dips and coffee
were served by the hostess to
The next meeting will be held
Nov. 11 at the home of Mrs. J. M.
Attaway, Jr., with Mrs. Ed Rich-
mond, Jr., as co-hostess.
The second session of the study
“Concerns of North American
Neighbors” was continued Tues-
day morning by the Woman’s So-
ciety of Christian Service of the
Methodist Church. The meeting
was held at the church.
Mrs. H. P. Bertsch is directing
the study and was assisted by
Mrs. Emory Brown and Mrs. Ho-
mer Campbell. A playlet entitled
New Horizons for Rolling Prairies
was given by Mrs. Billy Hale,
Mrs. Jack Hughson, Mrs. Eddie
Gilden, Mrs. Andy Widmer, Mrs.
Dale Hasson and Mrs. Billy Mills.
Cookies and coffee were served
to fourteen members and one
guest, Mrs. Merrill Manship.
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Miss Lorine Green
At SFA College
Nacogdoches, Texas.—Two stud-
ents from San Patricio county
have enrolled for the fall semes-
ter at Stephen F. Austin State
College. They are Lorine Green
of Aransas Pass and Ima Bullock
Registrar S. W. McKewen said
the girls are among 2,014 students
which give Stephen F. Austin
State College its all-time largest
ARANSAS PASS COUPLES
VISIT IN COLORADO
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Spears and
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ilagy returned
last week from Antonito, Colo.,
where they were guests of Mrs.
Spear’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pal-
mer Coward, former residents of
While there, Spears and Hagy
joined Coward in a hunting trip
and the party bagged eight deer
and one elk.
Two of the large deer brought
home by the Aransas Pass men
were donated to the Quarter-
backs Club and will be served at
a barbecue which will be staged
by the club later this Year. ,
PISTOL AND RIFLE CLUB
TO MEET HERE MONDAY
A meeting of the Gulf Coast
Pistol and Rifle Club will be held
Monday evening at 8 o’clock at
the Lone Star Park Building. All
members are urged to attend the
New officers of the club are H.
L. Hunt, president; W. L. Trent,
vice president, and W. L. Buck-
For County Fair
Plans for the San Patricio Ag-
ricultural and Homemakers Show
to be held in Sinton January 23,
24 and 25 were discussed here
MrS( Wilhelmina Gillespie,
homemakers superintendent for
the fair, presided at the meeting
held in the home economics dot-
tage. Miss Merilyn Tschirhart has
been named secretary:
Cities that will participate in
the fair were represented by Mrs.
Dorothy Ives, county home dem-
onstration agent, and homemak-
ing teachers Miss Lucy Davis of
Sinton, Miss Angelina Novak of
Taft, Mrs. Fay Taylor of Ingle-
side, Miss Joan Olsousky of Odem,
Mrs. La Dot Branch and Miss
Tschirhart of Aransas Pass.
These chairmen and assistants
have been appointed: Mrs. Wilbur
Cummings of Aransas Pass, style
show; Mrs. Morris Brown of Sin-
ton, Mrs. Jack Oualline of Aran-
sas Pass and Mrs. Louise Messer
of Taft, foods division; Mrs. Eric
Hartzendorf and Mrs. W. W. Hart
of Sinton and Mrs. F. G. Massey
of Ingleside, clothing division.,
A chairman from Odem will be
named for educational exhibits
and chairmen from Gregory and
Portland will be named for the
One of the highlights of the fair
will be a style show to be pre-
sented Sunday, January 25, at
3 p. m., on the fair grounds.
The planning group will meet
next on Monday, Nov. 17, at 6:30
p. m., in the home making cot-1
tage in Ingleside.
Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Wood are
the parents of a son bom Oct. 6.
At birth he weighed 7 pounds
and 4 ounces and he has been
named Gilbert Roberts.
B&PW Hears Talk
National security was the topic
of the discussion presented to the
Business and Professional Wo-
men’s Club Tuesday evening by
Mrs. Falba Brown and Mrs. Lula
Clymore, both of Rockport. Mrs.
Brown is a teacher in the H. T.
Faulk School and Mrs. Clymore
is a teacher at Fulton.
Mrs. W. W. Perkins presided at
the meeting and was also present-
ed the door prize.
Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Clymore
assisted by Mrs. Corine Van Du-
ren, were hostesses. They carried
out the Halloween motif in the
decorations using autumn colors.
Fruit cake and coffee were served
to twelve members.
BAPTIST SS CLASS
Miss Beverly Bexley was host-
ess Friday afternoon to the mem-
bers of the Daughters of the
King Class of the First, Baptist
New officers were named in-
cluding Glenda Woody, president;
Beverly Winningham, vice pres-
ident; Carol Windham, secretary-
treasurer. Group captains are Jo
Ann Reed, Ruby Hudson, Melva
Dean Dotson and Myrl Shake.
Teacher of the group is Mrs. Roy
Ice cream,' sodas and cookies
were served to eleven members
and one guest.
BWG Meets In
A meeting of the Business Wo-
men’s Guild of the First Christian
Church was held Tuesday eve-
ning in the home of Mrs. Don
Fowler. Sixteen members were
Mrs. Albert Farley gave the
Mrs. J. E. Davidson directed the
study using as her topic “Church-
es of Alaska.” She was assisted
by Mrs. Lankston.
Refreshments of cake, coffee
and punch were served to the
members and Rev. George Civey.
Installation of new officers of
the Grandmother’s Club was held
Monday evening in the home of
Mrs. D. T. Palmer. Mrs. Sid Sny-
der was in charge of the installa-
New officers are Mrs. Ethel
Speer, president; Mrs. Adelle
White, vice president; Mrs. J. W.
Thompson, secretary, anjd Mrs.
Bonnie Yarborough, treasurer.
Thirteen members including one
new member were present with
one guest, Mrs. W. L. Evans, Jr.
Cake, candy, coffee and tea
HELD FOR GARZA CHILD
Rebecca Geraldine Garza*
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Garza, was christened at a special
service Sunday at St. Mary’s Star
of the Sea Catholic Church. God-
parents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank
de la Rosa, Jr.
Maternal grandparents are Mr.
and Mrs. Romeo Trevino and
Mr. and Mrs. Roman Garza are
the paternal grandparents. Mr.
and Mrs. Trevino entertained with
a dinner Sunday evening to cel-
ebrate the occasion. Fifteen guests
' Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Duke of
Beaumont were weekend guests
•of Mrs. Raymond Gille. Mrs. Gille
and Mrs. Duke are sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Lang
are the parents of a son bom
Oct. 23 at Aransas Hospital. He
weighed 6 pounds and 6 ounces
and has been named Charles
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jersey as favored fabrics.
Miss Donna Gail Wing-
field, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Elgie Wingfield, one
of our popular seniors of
'58, is smart in a two-
piece knit suit. The color,
powder blue, is pretty for
Donna. The open necked
blouse is bead trimmed.
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The Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 50, No. 35, Ed. 1 Thursday, October 30, 1958, newspaper, October 30, 1958; Aransas Pass, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth911012/m1/2/: accessed February 20, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ed & Hazel Richmond Public Library.