Aransas Pass High School - Panther Prowl Yearbook (Aransas Pass, TX)

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LOOKI ' G FORWARD We pause on the steps of knowledge to think of the days spent in learning and the happy hours of mem- ories that Aransas Pass High has meant to us. May the '47 PROWL represent student life and be a re.- minder of youth 'that is yours. The Staff The PANTHER PROWL for 1946-47 depicts for those of the future who may desire it an overall picture of high school life today. The ideas of the youth during high school days will be the reality of tomorrow's fu- ture. I give to the staff of the current PROWL my hearty congratulations one book that is typical of teen age America. H. T. FAULK Superintendent of Schools Aransas Pass High School has been a place where you have made friends, have learned much of today's so- ciety, and have acquired knowledge in many fields of the world in which we live. May the higher part of your learning show in future development ofAmerica's youth. W. T. HENRY Principal HUBERT CHISM Southwestern Techologlical College, B. S Music Band Har mony OLIVE ERNEST Mary Hardin Baylor, B.-S. Ee st Texas State, M. A. Mathematics H. T. FAULK Southwest Texas State, B. S. University of Missouri, M. A. Mathematics I W. T. 'HENRY Hardin College, ArkHnSB8f B- S- ' University of Missouri, M. A. Coach, Physical Education Chemistry REE McCUI..I...OCI-I Sam Houston State, B. S. World History Speech ' Journalism GLENICE NEYLAND Southwest Texas State, English JEWEL LEE. REAMS Texas A. G I., B. B. A Typing Shorthand Bookkeeping MARY LINDSEY SCI-IULTZ East Texas State, B. S. Home Economics MURL SMITH Junior Business Training Tra nsportation ELROY WEIKEL Bible Dther faculty not shown NELL PEARCY JEANETTE YONKER Daniel Eaker B Un1vers1ty of Texas A. B, History Spanish Economics Physical Educatwn Civics SCHOOL BOARD MEMBERS D. B. Compton-President ' W. D. Anderson-Vice-President Gordon Copenhaver M. F. Wilson Moreland Bexley J. L. Meredith L. R. Nedbalek-Secretary fBusiness Managerj Mrs. H. T. Faulk fSecretary High School, SENIORS PRESIDENT .,,.........,... THOMAS YARBROUGH VICE-PRESIDENT .,.. ....,..,.....,...,.. D ALE HAGY SECRETARY ........... ...... B ARBARA TERRY REPORTER ,....,..............,....... DOT CRAWFORD STUDENT COUNCIL NORMA JEAN IEFFRIES RALPH MUCULLOUGH SPONSORS GLENICE N EYLAND, REE MCCULLOCH CARL BUSH 4 years Football '44-'46 Business Manager of PANTHER SCREAM '46-'47 GEORGE CAMPBELL Football '44-'46 EDWARD BAKER JACKIE CAMPBELL 5 years Football '43-'46 Basketball- 14 5- '47 Track '4 6-'47 CARRIE BURRIS TRUMAN CAVITT 4 years 4 years Glee Club Football '444-'46 Home Econ Club 45 47 Basketball '45-'46 Pep Squad 42 44 SCREAM Staff '46-'47 2, ELLEN MAE COLLINS - 4 years Pres. H. E. Club '46 H. E. Club '45-'47 Band Twirler '46-'47 Pep Squad '44-'46 Managing Editor PROWL '46-'47 Glee Club '45-'46 DORIS CRAWFORD 4 years Pep Squad '43-'47 Glee Club '45 Editor SCREAM '4 6- '47 H. E. C1ub,'43-'44 Sr. Class Reporter '46-'47 Press Club '43-'44 PATRICIA GARNER 4 years Band '46-'47 Librarian '47 PROWL Copy Ed. '46-'47 Pep Squad '43-'45 H. E. Club officer '46-'47 Press Club '45-'46 BETTY LOU GREEN 4 years Rep. jr. Class '45-'46 Press Club '43-'44 Pres. Fr. Class '43-'44 Student Council '43-'44 H. E. Club-Sec't '45 Pres.'46, Rep.'47 Pep Squad '44-'46 Band '45-'46, Drum Major '46-'47 Feature Editor of PROWL '46-'47 Best All-round girl '46-'47 Librarian '47 caee Club .'45-'46 JACK GREEN 4 years Band '46-'47 Boy Scouts '44-'47 Editor PRowL '46-'47 Who's Who '47 MAR JORIE GREEN 4 years BILLY GRISSOM 5 years Football Manager '46 NITA GUM 5 years H. E. Club-'42-'46 Pep Squad '43-'46 Cvlee Club '45-'46 Librarian '46 Society, SCREAM '46- '47 Most Popular girl '43-'44 Carnival Queen '46-'47 DALE HAGY 5 years Football '4 3- '4 6 Co-Captain of team '45 Captain of team '46 Basketball '44-'47 Vice-Pres. of classes '43- '47 Tennis '46 Best All-round boy '45-'46 Most handsome '46-'47 Track '46-'47 RA YMON D HUFF 5 years Band '42-'43 Football '46 Boy Scouts '42-'45 Press Club '45-'46 NORMA JEAN JEFFRIES 4 years Sec. Fr. Class '43-'44 Press Club '43-'44 Cheer Leader '44-'46 Student Council '45 Sec. '46 President '47 H. E. Club '45-'46 Who's Who '46-'47 Glee Club '45-'46 Librarian '43-'44 Class Ed. PROWL '46-'47 Most Beautiful Girl '4 6-'47 TESSIE JOHNSON 4 years H. E. Club '46-'47 BILLY KINNEY 4 years Football '44-'46 Press Club '45-'46 Asst. Editor SCREAM '46 VAUNDA RUTH LEWIS Twirler '46 Pep Squad '44-'46 LEANDRO JIMINEZ JOY CE LISTER 4 years Football '46-'47 Basketball '47 Spanish Club '47 4 years Pep Squad '44-'46 Librarian '44-'46 H. E. Club '44-'47 MARILYN MATHISEN 4 years Vice-Pres. Fr. Class '43-'44 H. E. Club 44-'46 Pep Squad '43-'46 Glee Club '45-'46 Librarian '46-'47 Fashion Ed. of SCREAM '46-'47 THELMA MATTHEWS 1 lfZ years H. E. Club '43-'44 Pep Squad '43-'44 RALPH MCCULLOUGH 4 years Class President '44-'45 Student Council "44-'47 Vice-Pres. '46-'47 Football '45-'46 Basketball '46-'47 WILLIE OLIVARES 5 years Football '45-'46 Basketball '45-'47 Track '46-'47 SPORTS SCREAM '4 6 '47 JOHNNY PACE 4 years Basketball WILNLA SACHTLEBEN 4 years H. E. Club '44-'45 Treas. '46-'47 Glee Club '45-'46 Pep Squad '43-'45 Band '46 Track '47 Art Ed. PROWL Copy Editor PROWL '46- '46"47 '47 Best all-round-'46-'47 BETTY MCGRATH HAZEL SAINT 4 years Librarian '44-'47 Spanish Club '46-'47 Who's Who '46-'47 4 years Pep Squad '43-'46 H. E. Club '43-'47 Vice-Pres. '44-'45 Pres. '46-'47 Song Leader '43-'44 HARWOOD SNYDER 4 112 years LEROY TRUITT 4 years Football '44-'46 Basketball '45 Student Council '45-'46 Track '45-'46 DOROTHY SUTTON BETTY WRIGHT 4 years Pep Squad '43-'46 Home Ec. Club '44-'46 Copy-Writer on PROWL' '47 ' Librarian '44-'47 Glee Club '45-'46 BARBARA TERRY 4 years H. E. Club '44-'46 Pep Squad '43-'46 Band '45-'47 V Sec.-Treas. Jr. Class, '45-'46 Sec.-Treas. 'Sr. Class '46-1.47 Press Club '43-'44 Libifarian '44-'46 Assoc. Ed. of SCREAM '46-'47 Princess- of May Fete '46 Lay- Out Ed. of PROWL. '46- '47 . Who's Who '47 Pep Squad '46-'47 THOMAS YARBROUGH 4 years Vice-Pres. Soph. Class '44-'45 Pres. Jr. Class '45- '46 Pres. Sr. Class '46- '47 Student Council '4 6- '47 Glee Club '46 Press Club '46 Assoc. Editor of PROWL 1 '46 SCREAM '46 Football '45-'47 Basketball '46-'47 W-'W',?'i II' ' 235551 "' I JUNIORS PRESIDENT .,......,,,,..,...,....... .....,,. R IP YEAGER VICE-PRESIDENT ' BETTY LANE STEVENSON SECRETARY ....,.,.......,...,.,,,... BETTY LOU DILL IHWORTER ..,,.,,.,..,............ RNELDONATTAWAY STUDENT COUNCIL MARCY MATTHEWS, DON FARLEY SPONSORS MARYFRANCESSCHULTZ FLORENCE B YRN E 'A '-4-K ., . ' ' yr .r-. 5 , ' e Y 'ki ,:. N ,,,, . A x- , F". UQ? A ' T e l' Q 5 .V aj' 'vga . sl aw k W.. . , Q ,IWJY ,4 , -zz-3 : I' r-rf '.,Avlg4- Q "iff N V 1, 1 I Q 5 H-N 4 i X Claude Alford Eldon Attaway Vivian Brown Emma Lou Barker Walter Bertsch Eli iabeth Brite Edward Campbell Drucilla Cross Betty jean DeWa1d Frank De La Rosa Nettie Mae Demory Betty Lou D111 Norma Pearl Dooley Don Roy Farley Ben Flores Tipton Paul Grover Sylvia Garza X l .g M 'F if 1 L: .' '-al N A'-' ' ' 2 '71 'nb 9'4 " IQ 'ff 11 NN'kg t .fx Myra Beth Green r f - ' ' W 1 hm- 12, '35 ,lim 3.5 A Selma Lois Hander Gary Hall Ludy Hoffmeister Billy Howe Glen Howe Ann Howery Margarette Hudson Charlene Ives S. E. Kelley johnny E. King Byrle McDaniel Royce McDowell Marcy Matthews jack Moreland La Verne Mathison Manley Pace Alice Palmer jean Pasur a I ' C A -"a '- :H 1, ,. v fun- , f f ff - - 11 ,sf 1 , :L -' Q'.....Jf"-ff' i i' x QQ ? , A F gorg e r y 1 wa- mall' . 'wa' ,:,, I a a' ,, '- " '.,, .4 - 133,-aww , ai- . L. if: ' .ptr-3 . 2 V , W .ja-1 1 i ff? W if f 4 V. , mf iff A fp' I 'AY JN . . QL- X ., ,A ' L X ' p 1 V. 1 1 , I J" 1-, . JL 'rv 'Q lv Al' 'wif . -Q4 ' xo- . , ,- 'x .4 -I :inf la.. ,. J' w. . 1 Qs, . All ,, V , 'f F335 Y J- a ' 'V 5 I3 ..-4 , fr, 'T " 5 'f i A . 1 -4, ,,1,.,:l w.-. R 'Q . .. 1 N, 'f' .-nf xl .5-A .1 1 If 4 rl , is f , . J", - " s 2 V. J' r, lg 4 1 -,v- ,ff- - -I f-fb '! Y . ZPPSF' !f'L- , " lx - "g,-,-j.,--gg. V V-A-151 ' -'-I 5 LTCV., 'fi W -. af? f M WX El'5P1?'1 3 .7 as ' Ruth Patter son Delore s Peck Virginia Phipps Billy Powell Anna Louise Roberts Mildred Roemer Bobby Sanford D. L. Sawyer Roy Spears Billy St. Clair Betty Lane Stevenson Billy Wanda Williams Helen Wolf Arlin SOPHOMORES DENT ................... ....... D OIL KELLER VICE-PRESIDENT ........ ..,..... G EORGE HAGY SECRETARY ....,.....,.......,......... JERRY IEFFRIES STUDENT COUNCIL BETTY WOODRUFF, EMORY TBENT SPONSORS NELL PEARCY, .OLIVE EARNEST 13' rn" . !f,""T ' 'iq w if ' I a A ' .Q 'rr .A'b 71 3' 1 , 54 f 1 ei L gg -a, ' gfa ' 1. x o ' Wd 1 will "A ' '1 Q , Wi i f. 1? : .Qin 4 x I 5 H :' G-1 .qt A . W I m!.l:,L, - . 4. V V 1. f J, A 5. ff 4 L 1 3:3 x L 112 -L 1. 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Sponsored by the Student Council, the climax of romance a la Dogpatch style, was the Saturday night party at the Recreation Hall. A race to "catch Lil' Abners" gave each Daisy Mae her opportunity. v 1 I! 31 V ,4 r .-J E J- al .K I -A QL. - .- .- asf.-:gh .' 'iin-lfv' ' 1 ' R ' ' Y . 2 3 ,1 It Afmgfl' -.'Eg:k5 ' A 'Q fa ' f ' X- kai, ji' ,W 'iax xg ,SQ ' ., ,, vvlawv f Q . f ,I v,7I k , '23n, 43 f B 'QHWSU' ' ' 15 X .ze lava. "zu 1 .4-mr , . u -' wi' if A, , 'lb' 'n 'Ea . V, .KJ ,.-,. M' In-'I A. .. 1u...,w 3.23.2 .H ' Iv.-.r yu I ' wall' 'APE' fWi...g'j51fr' lyr. , Y A-l'U 4 4' ,. .-'I' 1 - 4 ' ,1 fr I y.. ., I -' i lF?nT7?i,- -- -' 11 ,, r- ,-- - . , . , F'fgli'iTf"1.'ij!'.',. 5, - 5 "-'-,nf " 'F 'H -' 7xI3':'LQ'yHl'TJ'-""'1" l.",u x-Eff.-im-1wfn.fw - W Jia- f Y f ,, , - :1'l'l'q' , - . W. l ' -- 1 , , f I ' .- -, :'TN"-:-:G 2--f-if ,vrvqlm-rv.--f ,.w:a-,iw--1 - W. .Y V . . , l',uz1 ',- ,5 I U I A , -. -AY: . ., . ..,. X HIV, lv.. .,,,,.,M ,NHL -I ,,,,,w. ,V an E X V , . Y Q I . 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A 'L' :fl ' Mikalai ,M W wx ' M w 7 5 1 'Y IV gl-.gp 'EA V iwri TW- " if u,2s'f ' H. MA ' ii'.gT?'-z7m"'l,. 'I affllif 'Q I Ei W-3:31 ' ' iff. A 1K J 1 .4 'A rl' K 1. ' wi Vx '- H. -F' ., rf, was ' is , ' A-Um- .rg J-l . lv:-"i"AY'?' - 4, ,-J." Tf-5, Q, V-A.'f'q wx . '- : -abr. 1 wt Q 'Q ,-I "Tiff: .N 'Nile' Vx 5-' ff' infill? , ...q.,.. .4 ,S+ . , ,-3. u,,,.. In 'tnV.', I . gd 4x,,1 W -1-v Y. ng, ' - ,ww --w the blue-eyed, s ufmnn is the campu . La Jenn Ka nette smile girl of ersonnble, good stu- e Amer- bru Well dressed, p - he is typical of teen-ag dent, s lpn i I. ll w ti '.m J li' Vi 1 Selma Handeris quiet disposition and earnest determination are well known assets. Her beauty makes the library even more popular. WHO'S Norma Jean Ielferies, sparkling, viva- cious, beautifulg she holds more titles, 'n APHS. President of ' h er leader h n an one 1 ncil and c e mpllsh- t a the Stqclent Cou are two of her'major acco ments. Jack Green as editor of the PROWL has shown his adept intelligence and Music, scouts and A's creativeness. h's schedule full. keep 1 combines brains, glam- nkee traits Wright Her Ya racious- Betty our, and ability. have been accepted with her g ness and sincerity. I WHO Betty Lane Stevenson studies, dances and lives with enthusiasm. Her con- structive attitude, scholarship, and sophistication keep her in leadership positions. r1s Peck is a personality with for accomplishment. As presi- of the Spanish Club she has :standing of the world about her. smanslup, scholarship, and songs her popularity first rate. Betty McGrath is quiet spoken, cour- teous, reserved and intelligent. Known for her cooperation, she is reliable wherever he p is- needed. Ludy Holfmeister, handsome junior and active sportsman, combines wit, dancing, friendliness, in his dynamic personality. Myra Beth Green retains her popular ity through attractiveness energy and ability Cheer leader and football sweetheart have been two of her ,many accomplishments COUNCIL UDENT die Hawkins W eek' ' ior init entertainment, Mar ch in january, the spring social, conduct- eting with other councils in i the activities ior Tuesday ' Sa oi Dimes drive nt eie ctions, me were c iew o ee bAcCu1ioch, ' g President Y ar- g stude ast area Miss R '1 rfleetin . Mack es in Guli Co or e dpy Counci ' on ir om Chart the 1 Spons- meant ooper ati Boebnke , odtuii 46-4 . ' : 8:30 ' shade jozell Betty Wo dDoi1 morning, Norma jean jeiirie bor ough, RaiphbAcGu1iough, Hall, Mar cy Mathews, Rip Yeager , Don? arley , Emory Trent, jimmy Stevenson an K-elier . 29" - 5 IVE Set omfanszc-moms PANTHER PEP SQUAD 'Boosting the morale of the Panther eleven was the main job of the Pep Squad. Practice periods after school developed lung power for yells and cheers at the games on Friday night. During the spring the girls have a Weiner roast in honor of their football team. Miss Glenice Neyland sponsored their trip and helped to di- rect policies of the organization. Cheer leaders jerry Jeffries, Norma Jean Jeffries, Myra Beth Green, Dorothy Irwin, and Don Roy Farley warm up for 'a session before -a big game. Miss Jeanette Yonker and President Deloris Peck pause for a second to say hello to guests on aWednes- day meeting day. L MESA RE DONDA The practice of Spanish and study of customs, people, and literature of Spanish America is the aim of this group. Their motto of "surge" is well chosen. Members include: Betty Lane Stev- enson, Betty Ruth McGrath, Sylvia Garza, Wanda Williams, Annie M. Hudson, Betty jean DeWald, and Herminia Garza. Mexico 'S ,'av"" 'L Editor jack Green checks copy for the sports section. THE PANTHER PROWL Work on the Panther PROWL, school year-boo consumed many of the carefree hours of APE creative students. Checking copy, selectir pictures, having receipts signed, were all pam of their schedule. Business Manager S. E. Kell Jr. covered the advertising in the book. All 0 the staff assisted in many hours oi labor so the you might have a record of life at APHS during 1946-47. The PROWL staff looks through college an high school year books to gather some ne' ideas for their book. 'HE PANTHER SCREAM ery three weeks the journalism class has the .NTHER SCREAM to produce and circulate. itor Dot Crawford and Business Manager Carl sh saw that deadlines were met. The SCREAM s published on a mimeograph machine with nudgy fingers, untiring patience, and finally a. ad school paper as the result of all this effort. rl Bush Jr., S. E. Kelly jr., and Myra th Green check the advertising schedule firm names. l Editor Dot Crawford proved her versatility in writihg for both publications. ,. vm,- Officers: N President ------ Hazel Saint Vice-President- Selmer Lois Hander Secretary ------ Carrie Burris Treasurer ----- Wilma Faye Sachtlebec Historian ------ Dorothy Irwin Song Leader --- Reporter ------ Par1iamenta,rian--- Pat Garner Emma Lou Barker Betty Lou Green HOME ECONOMICS CLUI The purpose of the Home Economics club is il terestiin the things that make a home more the a house. Cooking. sewing, decorating, self inf provement, the family, customs, and manner: were studied. Bi-monthly meetings with an in teresting program at each gathering develope interest inthe largest club on the campus. Spon sored by Mrs. Mary Schultz it accomplishe N much for APHS. i v L R A., THE PANTHER BA D The Panther Band provided recreation, entertainment, aswell as the study of music to its members. 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' df' ., v JS'ffJ2y,g- .. bf! 1"-' '1?- r af-14 BASKETB LL Jackie Campbell Johnnie Pace W.T. Henry Thomas Yarborough Willie Olivares Dale Hagy A Center Guard Coach Forward Forward Forward B1 ' SQUAD Trent Flores Kelly Grover Delarosa BASKETBALL SCHEDULE Sinton 34- 33 Taft 30- 54 Refugio 32-42 Ingleside 34-43 SanDiego 45-42. V I A I ACTION! PANTHERS try for goals in an excitin g game in the PANTHER DEN. These night games were attended by the Student Body to push the Golden PANTHERS to victory. S Aransas Motor Sales is your dealer for the new Dodge and Plymouth automobiles. Expert motor repair, well equipped parts department. Let us fill your needs. ARANSAS MOTOR SALES Aransas Plumbing and Electric Company carries a wide supply of plumbing and electrical supplies, including fans,water heaters, table lamps, heat- ers, and flood lights, When in need of plumbing of electrical service, see us first. ARANSAS PLUMBING AND ELECTRIC SERVIC Compliments to the "PROWL" from a former graduate of API-IS, Moreland Bexley. This I.G.A. Compliments to the "PROWL" from a former graduate of APHS, Moreland Bexley. This I.G.A, Super-Market is ready to serve students and their families. BEXLEY'S GROCERY AND MARKET Specializing in mexi-hotfoods, and tops in quick, I dependable service has established the "Bright Spot" the favorite drive-in of Aransas Pass. BRIGHT SPOT Meet your "gang" at CENTRAL Pharmacy and enjoy a good sandwich, malted milk or your fa- vorite ice cream. And for drug needs you can always depend on Central Pharmacy for reliable prescription service. Dubose Building Phone 124 CENTRAL PHARMACY Come in and shop in our convenient and eco- nomical store. On our well stocked shelves you will find all your needs. You will find the best grades ofmeat, dairy products, etc. Make one stop ---- shop at City Grocery and Market. Bert Rercket Pat Kindle CIW GROCERY AND MARKET Clendening's Federated Store is conveniently situated in the downtown section of Aransas Pass. This modern department store special- izes in women's wearing apparel and carries a wide selection of dr-esses, lingerie and baby clothes. CI.ENDENING'S FEDERATED STORE For expert repair bring your Ford back home. Our mechanics specialize in motor repair. A large Parts Department to serve you. For Ford sales and service see us. ' COMMERICAL MOTORS The place to go when you want men's, women's or children's clothing, or dry goods by the yard. When you are looking for well tailored, well- fashioned clothes for all members of the family, try us first. CONSOLIDATED DRY GOODS STORES, INC. The foundations of Aransas Pass are made with Field' s quality building materials. Cook' s paints are especiallyfeaturedin our huge array of ex- terior and interior paints. FIELD'S LUMBER COMPANY Located in the heart of Aransas Pass, THE FIRST STATE BANK stands ready to serve students and faculty members, as well as townspeople. The bank is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. FIRST STATE 'BANK "Two places to eat, here and at home." The secret of the Grill's success is simple: good food and low prices. We specialize in sea foods and steaks. "Kokie's Kabs" are prompt and dependable. For all right taxi service, call 164. THE GRILL 8 TAXI SERVICE Quality foodstuffs is the reason for Houghton's popularity inAransas Pass. Two big stores con- veniently located. " Thrifty wives Houghtonizef' HOUGHTON'S FOOD STORES Reasonable prices and real, efficient work have made Ideal Cleaners first in dependability. Pick up and delivery service. For'idea1 cleaning see "IDEAL CLEANERS." IDEAL CLEANERS Located conveniently on the north end of Conn Brown Harbour: skiffs for rent, fishing tackle, and frest bait make this the fishing paradise of South Texas. MIKE'S TACKLE STORE This radio-phonograph combination is just one of the many articles fea.tures in our store. We have served the people of Aransas Pass for many years, andwe are looking forward to serving you. MILLS-ROBINSON HARDWARE DAIRE - 'A i ' T N ' M, ,L , A xi ' I . I I . ' I . . I 1 rw YL lt' ' Al x r 5 ' 1 UPU. 4 J ', , '1 In LW1 5, r ..- ia, ,Qu . 41 E1 A VJ.-pf, mr' an I 1 J r X ' 1 ' wi ' H355 ' n ' ' 1' .Atl rw Mfg, 1 H 9 I 6 U It A' lx nth -' 1' I '55 K as X' L ,fl A 1 ' , , up ,f "ff I- ,fffbi 3 -' . -.H "V ,pays . A Mir -'-511 -',' ,4 I 'f fig' 244. A complete line of household furniture and hard- ware. Paints and building materials. Refrigera- tors, wa shing machines, and cooking ranges. A11 of these in a popular price range. Fishing tackle and boat accessories. NAYLOR FURNITURE AND HARDWARE Follow the crowd and find the way to better food savings. We now have a wide range and better grade of merchandise and can offer foods at more economical prices. Come to Patterson's Pick and Pay, the store of values. PATTERSON'S PICK S PAY With a complete line of drug, fountain and phar- maceudicals, Rhode's has always been happy to serve the people of Aransas Pass. There is a reason why the crowd gathers at Rhodes Wal- green Store. ' RHODES DRUG STORE We have a complete line of Firestone Tires, tubes, auto supplies and accessories, house- wares, hardware, sporting goods and appli- ances. Come in and see our .new modern store. Phone 287 SHAWS FIRESTONE DEALER STORE New, modern, and aristocratic. Kaufman's com- bines the most recent in everything from ladies ready-to-wear, to the most modernistic costume jewelry. Every clothing need can be filled at Kaufman's. KAUFMAN'S Cool, comfortable, and luxurious, is the Kaufman Beauty Salon. Hair designs by Jeanette and Mildred. The very latest in cosmetics at reason- able prices. BEAUTY SALON For your collection of jazz or classics see the fine collection of Victor, Capitol, and Decca records in Kaufman's Record Shop. Also, the mo st modern re cord-player s. RECORD SHOP Long-lasting portraits to cherish. Perfect like- nesses are captured by jack Blackwell, in cool modern surroundings. KA-UFMAN'S STUDIO Ibn-f Mrs. Kenedy is the person in Aransas Pass to see when you are interested in insurance policies or real estate transactions The Una Kenedy in- surance and Real Estate office is conveniently located. Drop in any time you wish, to discuss these problems with a woman who knows the busi- ne s s thoroughly. I UNA KENEDY INSURANCE 8 REAL ESTATE Right next door you'll find the favorite of high- school students. Morning, noon, and night, there's always a crowd. Fine foods and low prices makes us first with students of-A.. P. H. S. WOMACK'S HIGH SCHOOL CAFE Yeager's Electric Company has a complete line of modern household electrical appliances for you to choose from. The store is conveniently locatedin downtownAransas Pass. Why not drop in some time and look over our stock. YEAGER ELECTRIC COMPANY Located in the heart of Aransas Pass, Snyder Motor Company is always happy to serve you. We have a complete line of Chevrolet parts. For expert mechanics and courteous' attention for your car, see us. Wrecker service day and night. SNYDER MOTOR .COMPANY -1-ln gg ,nu-nA . 11 1f"P""' 1 'fg H-,,.,g-,IQM4-fff,-,J , -g-, L..,,u-em: ' ' - U "SNL ,ug-, fr.: p.,,T V - :1.:f:1 5 .',- J. ... ry ., V: 5 . 1 ,f-4,A,:s1. r, 1 V '- - "111 - 1 4 S- . -f-- T' f'f...- -.'l'.vff ,f 5 H , s-.,.,l,-.A -f J Q---ad.-El ' .. '7 iu'f'Jxr' 'Q "L'w J.: 'H 'f Q fg"'3i.,? , " fi I 'Y .511 i - Q - .!w5,,.-q: r' -. k..:': ff h 1111753 - a 1 - , 1 fav: sb: "--'--if-lf. 5' J ' .f Q x H . - . ' , 'ggi vi W I ,an , .-. -. , ' . ' ' 1 ' ., . A Lat. . 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