The Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1955 Page: 2 of 14
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THE ARANSAS PASS PROGRESS
Mrs. W. G. Henry
Hostess to HD Club
Rev. and Mrs. Dennis
Rev. ancj Mrs. George F. Dennis
were honored with a reception
at the First Christian Church im-
mediately following the Sunday
Rev. Mr. Dennis delivered his
farewell address Sunday
on the eve of their departure for
their new home in Alice. His re-
tirement from the ministry came
after four years service in the
Presentation of a beautifully
lighted picture of the Lord's Sup-
per was made by A. L. As-
kew, president of the church
board, on behalf of all church
Cake and coffee were served.
Mrs. R. E. Carradine was hpst-
ess to members of -the Business
Women’s Guild of the First'
Christian Church Monday eve-
ning in the church annex.
. Mrs.. John D. Palmer, in charge
of the program, -gave a talk oh
“Such Is Their Faith.”
Attending were Mrs. M. - L.
Shaw, Mrs. A. L. Askew, Mrs.
Bill Webb, Mrs. Roy Young,
Frances and Winnifred Williams,
Evelyn McCullough, Mrs. C. E.
Bolinger, Mrs. Palmer, and the
Refreshments of pie and cpffee
. Young people of the Presbyte-
rian Church in Port Aransas elect*
. Mrs. W. G. Henry entertained
the Aransas Pass Home Demon-
stration Club fin her home last
Installation of officers for the
new year was carried out in a
candlelight ceremony with Mrs.
Henry as the installing officer.
Mrs. T. W. Dickens was installed
as president; Mrs. H. E. Hard-
castle, vice president; Mrs. George
Tailor, secretary and treasurer;
and Mrs. Jimmie Brown as coun-
cil delegate. *
In a letter the Crippled Child'
ren’s Hospital of Corpus Christi
thanked the club members for
Christmas gifts that were sent
to the hospital for Christmas.
Mrs. Hardcastle gave the pro-
grdhn for the afternoon on rose
gardening, and spring plant in:
was discussed by the members.
Refreshments were served to
The next meeting will be held
on Jan. 20 at the home of Mrs.
W. W. Sachtleben.
ed officers for the comihg yew Church of the
in a meeting Sunday afternoon, cept the paston
Marie Ousley wasv elected presi- in Vemoh, Text
dent Other officers are. Donna Rev. Mr. Man
treasurer; Herb Coker, parMamen- have expressed
farian; and Phijip. V. DeRose, re- their many fri
porter. Pass who have i
Another activity, planned by the een month stay
young people is the opening of * ' ' —
the Community Center. The cen- u__
ter will be open for all young
people of Port Aransas and Aran- ENTERTAiifB
sas Pass, it was announced. cEn- Mr8 ^ ^
‘tertainment will be daneing and tained her hous
g-mes. Refreshments will be street of Oklah
served. . ■ \ and several fr
Officers were installed by the
Truth Rebekah Lodge No. 143 at
a regular meeting of the lodge
Thursday evening. District Dep-
uty President Bonnie Yarbrough-
was the installing officer.
Officers installed were Mrs.
‘Mary ■ -Frandolig, noble grand;
Mrs. Evelyn Shirley, vice-grand;
Mrs. Mildred Fender, secretary;
Mrs. Naomi Roy, treasurer; Mrs.
Valeria Farrell, warden; Mrs.
Rosie Dye, conductor; Mrs. Ethel
Dick Farrell, color bearer; Mrs.
Fay Shaver, inside guardian; Mrs.
Mae Hendrick, outside guardian;
Mrs. Yarbrough, RSNG; Mrs. Ma-
bel Flagg, LSNG; Mrs. Leona
Hale, RSVG; Mrs. Loraine Jerni-
gan, LSVG; and Mrs. Vana
Following the installation, cook-
ies, sandwiches, coffee and tea
ficers told the highlights of their
tenure of office. Entertainment
for the evening was directed by
Jfemes O. Young.
Attending the banquet were
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kielman, Mr.
and Mrs. Lynn King, Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh Attaway, Mr. and Mrs.
D. B. Compton, Mr. and - Mrs.
Bruce Lindsey, Mr. and Mrs. Tru-
man Hare, Mrs. J.udy Oliver, Mra,
Pearl Allen, Mrs. Cynthia Ann
Harris, Mr. and Mrs. James
PARKS AND FALGOUTS
HOSTS TO BARBECUE
. • . r
Mr. , and Mrs,' Hal t*arks and
Mr. arid Mrs. E. F Falgout were
hosts to neighbors and friends at
a barbecue held on. the lawn of
the Parks home Saturday eve-
• -10 **
Venison barbecue with the
proper side dishes were served.
“A family that prays together,
stays together," program topic
for the Monday evening meeting
of the Wesleyan Service Guild,
was presented by Mrs. Elton May-
Mrs. R. J. Howery assisted Mrs.
Mayer in presenting the prbgram
and Mrs. H. G. Birdwell gave the
The meeting at the First Meth-
odist Church was attended by
nine members? and one new mem-
ber, Mrs. Novi -Faulk.
TENNESSEE VISITORS .
Mr. and Mrs., J. K. Spencer of
Columbia, Tenm, and their
daughter;- Mrs. Mary Collins of
Memphis, Tenn., returned home
after a week’s visit with Mr.
Spencer’s brother, R. L. Spencer,
A called meeting of the Busi-
ness and Professional Women’s
Club will be held at Lone Star
Park Building Tuesday evening,
Jan. 18, at 8 o’clock The meeting
regularly scheduled for Tuesday
night of this week was postponed
due to the members attending the
talk of Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt in
On Tuesday night, Jan 25, the
club will be host at a meeting to
Mrs. J. A. Mclnnis of Corpus
Christi, Mrs. Mclnnis will speak
to the group on the United Na-
tions conference held in Dallas.
Everyone is invited to attend
this meeting, including the hus-
bands of members and men of
this community. Miss Naomi
Dinsmore, program chairman, ex-
tended a cordial invitation to all
civic groups to attend.
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All Makes and Models
Longest Traders in.Town
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Sanford
were dinner guests of Mr. and
Mrs. O. E. Lankart of Goliad
Saturday evening in the Morocco
room of the Robert Driscoll Hotel
in Corpus Christi. -».
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Visitors in the home of Stella
Etheridge over the New Year
holidays were her niece, Mrs. J.
D. Peters and her family of Lake
Charles, La., and her sister, Mrs.
Carl Strawn, of Lytton Springs.
Beginning Sunday, Jan. 16
We Win Be Open Sundays;
S. Commercial St. Aransas Pass, Tex,
All Day, 9 A. M. To 9 P. M
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY & SATURDAY, JAN. 14-15
1/ Corduroy Skirts
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-v- Gabardine Sport
. . SHIRTS i
IL $6.50 value .
U. S. GOOD
46 OZ. CAN
$12.98 Value.....................................- |
$9.95 Value..................... ......
White Sheet Blanket
$2-98 Value . $j
81” Unbleached Sheeting
89c Value $8c
81” x 108" $244
59c, 2 for $1.01
Big Color Towels
Wash Rag, 59c value
UNCLE WILLIAM S
$3.98 and $2.98 values
(In Aransas Pass on Corpus Christi Highway)
ARANSAS PASS. TEXAS
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The Aransas Pass Progress (Aransas Pass, Tex.), Vol. 45, No. 45, Ed. 1 Thursday, January 13, 1955, newspaper, January 13, 1955; Aransas Pass, Texas. (https://texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth921666/m1/2/: accessed January 24, 2020), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, https://texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Ed & Hazel Richmond Public Library.