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

 - Class of 1950

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' -I-17,97 L? 1 X , J kf Y 54 L f JJ 7Zfl-1555! 1275562 IHQEE ISE li sgezefwfaglfsge, magma me 1: azfrf 7ffffB1f5g-Eg, ps Hagrgffzfmsm 526156 PEE EE Y f""'-, ', A A if Q M X W ' W if All X .Ov -W ff Ari' " rf' ? 1 f TX. K-ff! QV? XS 5 g- .1 1 -. V 1- S FOREWORD We, the staff of the Panther Prowl, have endeavor- ed to make this book a true account of the student life and activities during 1949-50. It is our sincere wish that in it you can relive those memories viv- idly alive with laughter, sadness and tears, serious thoughts and studies. We hope that in later years that these glimpses into the past will remain with yo u as a t r e a s ur e unsurpassed. Please accept this as your book of today--for remembrance to- morrow. X A R ,Q if - ' if K s if feeliieenats Because of your friendliness and kindness, Miss Pearcy, because you put the interest of the students firstg we dedicate this book to you. The Staff f K Iu,nNULgI1n,Qh , lpn' YXWI , WW """f5s. , u I q Bim ini, C V 1 , ' Al! ja- A 'R-Tj 'L L." -' X " f Ntgi... X ff j I K, f f .. f K llllwilffffffffllllfYNUHl B 4 , sem 2 713i QT Y-P3 wi- W. E. BOEHNKE Q B. E' D Q Gun Lo L.R.NEDBALEK Secretary Side ITT MRS. L. SNYDER 5' Q xfiinriie 2 femif In later years as you turn the pages of the Panther Prowl and live again the years spent in high school remember that America's future sits at a schoolroom desk. It is our young people who must shape the national future and insure the country's continued pro- gress both social and economic. Citizens-to-be must be capable of more than mere existence under our f1ag's protection. All Americans have an obligation to contribute to the national growth and the preservation of our ideals. The youth of America need more than adequate preparation to meet this responsibility--they need to appreciate the moral, the intellectual, the aesthetic values in order to enjoy a satisfying personal life. K In later years, as you turn the pages of the Panther Prowl and live again the years spent in high school, remember that America's future sits at a schoolroom desk. It is our young people who must shape the national future and insure the country's continued progress,both social and eco- nomic. Citizens-to-be must be capable of more than mere existence under our flag's protection. All Americans have an obligation to contribute to the national growth and the preservation of our ideals. The youth of America need more than adequate preparation to me e t this responsibility--they need to appreciate the rn o r al, the intellectual, the aesthetic values in order to enjoy a satisfying personal life. I n A- K, A 90' if o N' 06 X ,H B8 x Light . ,,.u3Q: ,aa,gf4 I -MQ, ,pifff 4' f ' 0, -' 'fff 2 4 0 ' 714 ' 4 , if rx ' vf Q was-' Q ,, LZ X u Ag Q -2 is 5 LACQ' H lu g. ,F :swim gil? ,...a.,wrrmffLY3 RT CPHSUM T' P- CLEM BE HE Band Sqjence OLIVE EARNEST Mathematic s NXT A ELL-15 Secretary Typing, OT T Y ELLXS OLYN ERXCSON GLYND Engli sh, Spani sh SC Speech, History, English S v 'ii A. j. HAGY Custodian oi Buildings T. j. MIMS Mathematics NELL PEAR C Y Govern meflf, History 43 JEWELL LEE REAMS Business Administration if a s WELDA SMITH Girls P.E., English, journalism ff NBOUGH LA DOT R WH1 E355 rfigmglish Home EC TE JEANETTE YONKER Library OHOYTUCS .. .Qz:-if 9' ck' I in 4 ..u Q-L 347810 v 1.1141 Q ,rf f E , Qi :D L bl-HJn,,,.-, W W wmv X ,Ll ry, " " Ma . 1 .1 A , il f V75 "' 'NL ii' ' N A ' 1 l Eawwff 4 X1 f'-X - , f cgi W 7,43 MW cf' 1 """ 0 A 4: 1? f X -af' , , 7 rf X lf!! R Z I II5' In ',, f 3 A Vai N' ! 1 lp A9 S 1 X W 1 ' S , K. Q V N L. V MSX fl X M Lkf ,' Q5 Nea 5 f x X X 59 Nw fi XW M f fri ff , my X -J if A w 4 X3 , ,A X ix f v X ' fff X . ff X 7 2, fW7f,f!f 1 5e..gEe21? sf QE 5 President ........ . . . Daymond Mayhall Vice President ..... ...... H al Parks Secretary-Treasurer. . . . . .Huntley Shelton Sergeant at Arms .... . . Ventriss Hearon Student Council. . . . .Naomi Stringer Mary Lee DeWald Richard Allen Scotty Ellis Glyndolyn Ericson Sponsor Sponsor DORIS ALLEN 5 yrs. Pep Squad 46,47,49,50 I-I.E. Club 46,50 English IV Club 50 BILLY DEAN BARTLETT 4 yrs. Band 47-49 I-LE. Club 47-50 Speech Club 50 Library Club 50 Pep Squad 50 RICHARD ALLEN 3 yrs. Football 49 Basketball 48 Class Vice Pres. 49 Class Parl. 49 Personality Boy 50 May Fete Duke 49,50 Student Council 50 Football Mgr. 50 Speech Club 50 DONALD BELKEN 4 yrs. Basketball 48 Football 47-50 Track 47-50 State Finalist Track 49 English IV Club 50 Math Club 50 Class Favorite 50 May Fete Duke 50 MARY BARECKY 4 yrs. Prowl Staff 50 Scream Staff 50 Lantana Duchess 50 May Fete Duchess 50 Pep Squad 47-50 I-I.E. Club 47-50 Library Club 48-50 Sec.-Treas. Pep Squad 50 Carnival Queen 48 Golden Cats "B" 50 Librarian 48-50 Library Reporter 50 .1-gn. LUCIE LYNN BELL 4 yrs. H.E. Club 47-50 Pep Squad 47-50 May Fete Princess 49 EnglishIV Club 50 Library Club 50 Sec.-Treas. Library Club 50 7 CB BETTYQIEAN BARTLETT 4 yrs. Band 47-49 I-I.E. Club 47-50 Speech Club 50 Library Club 50 Pep Squad 50 a DELMA R UTI-I BEXLEY 4 yrs. H.E. Club 47-50 H.E. Treas. 50 Prowl Staff 49,50 Library Club 50 V. Pres. Library Club 50 5 English IV Club V.Pres.English Club 50 Who's Who 50 May' Fete Duches Librarian 50 0 IVClub s50 -l Z' JO ZELL BOEHNKE 4 yrs. Student Council 47 Class Parl. 48 Class Secretary 49 May Fete Duchess 48 May Fete Princess 50 English IV Club 50 Speech Club 50 Speech Club Treas.50 I-LE. Club 47-50 Pep Squad 47-50 LEONA CLIFTON 4 yrs. English IV Club 50 Golden Cats "A" 50 ALPHA BRADSI-IAW 4 yrs. Pep Squad47,48,50 H.E. Club 47,48,50 Prowl Staff 49,50 Library Club Pres. 50 EnglishIV Club Pres. 50 Who's Who 50 Class Favorite 50 May Fete Duchess 50 Scream Staff 50 Golden Cats "A" 50 Honor Student 50 DAN BROWN 5 yrs. Safety Patrol 49 Band 47-50 Band Pres. 50 BandFirst Place Reg- ional in Instrumental Librarian 50 Solo 50 NORMA JEAN CURTIS 4 yrs. I-LE. Club 47-50 Pres. I-LE. Club 50 Class Officer 49 Student Council48-50 MayFete Duchess 47,50 Princess 49 Golden Cats 50 English IV Club 50 Scream Staff 50 Who's Who 50 Speech Club 49 Pep Squad 47-50 JACK CRUMP 3 yrs. Football 49 Track 49 ROY BUCKINGHAM 4 yrs. Football 49 Track 50 GEORGIA FAY DEMORY 4 yrs. Pep Squad 47 H.E. Club 47-50 Band 48-50 Library Club 49,50 Librarian 49,50 MARY LEE DEWALD 4 yrs. Class Sec.-Treas . 47,48 Cheerleader 49,50 Student Council 50 H.E. Club 49,50 Who's Who 50 Librarian 49 Scream Staff 50 Most Popular 50 Spanish Club 48,49 English IV Club 50 Mgr. Basketball 50 Class Favorite 49 Library Club 493,50 May Fete Royalty 47 ,49 May Fete Queen 50 'TOMMIE DICKERSON' 4 yrs. Scream Staff 50 English IV Club 50 BOYCE DODSON 4 yrs. Football 48 Band 47 Math Club 50 Speech Club 50 Pep Squad 50 JUNE ANN DUPNIK 2 lf2 yrs. Pep Squad 48,49,50 H. E. Club48,49,50 Student Council 50 Sr.Class Reporter 50 Speech Club 50 LibraryClub 50 English IV Club Report- er 50 ' Secream Staff 50 , First Dist. Spelling 48 Third Regional Decla- mation 48 Valedictorian 50 .aw BOBBY ERWIN 4 yrs. Band 47-50 Speech Club 50 V. Pres. Band 50 Scream Staff 50 Boy Scouts 47-50 fy Salut atorian 5 0 MARK FOX 4 yrs Class Favorite 49 Virf WW-f Football 49,50 S English IV Club 50 CHARLES GOOLSBY I Math Club 50 2. yrs. Speech Club Parl. 50 Speech Club 50 WILLINE GRISTY ' 4 yrs. H.E. Club 47-50 Pep Squad 47 , Band 48-50 Student Council 49,501 Speech Club 49 Treasurer English IV Club 50 Library Club Parl. 50 Librarian 50 .-47 SHIRLEY GUTHRIE Z yrs. H. E. Club 50 English IV Club Student Council 50 Sec.-T1-eas. 50 Library Club 50 Librarian 50 BILLIE .IO LEBLANC 4 yrs. H.E. Club 47,50 Pep Squad 47 English IV Club Library Club 50 May Fete Duche 50 ss 50 DUANE HEASLEY 5 yr s . WILMA LOU KELL 4 yrs. Pep Squad 47-50 H.E. Club 47-50 Library Club 48-50 Librarian 47,48 H.E. Club Sec.-Treas. 49 I-I.E. Club Sec. 50 Prowl Staff 49,50 Scream Staff 50 Honor Student 50 English IV Club 50 Who's Who 50 ,pyvffrffzv-,, .V FRANCES MATTHEWS 4 yrs. Pep Squad 47-50 Spanish Club 48-50 Reporter 50 H.E. Club 47-50 Library Club 48-50 Librarian 48-50 Student Council 49,50 May Fete Princess 48 Lady-in-Waiting 50 English IV Club 50 Speech Club Sec. 50 DA YMOND MAYHALL ' 4 yrs. Class President 49,50 Class Treasurer 48 Best-All-Round 50 All Dist. Football 49 Co-Captain Football 49 Football 48,49,50 Basketball 48,49,50 Student Council 49 May Fete Duke 49 Track 47,48,49 IRENE KING 4 yrs. H.E. Club 47-50 I-LE. Club V. Pres. 50 May Fete Duchess 49 Student Council49 Pep Squad Pres. 50 Best-All-Round 50 Scream Staff 50 LEFFRED MALANCON 1 yr. English IV Club 50 MALCOLM MOORE 4 yrs. Scream Staff 50 English IV Club 50 May Fete Duke 50 MARY LOU RESENDEZ 3 1fZ yrs. English IV Club 50 Spanish Club 50 I-I.E. Club 50 Pep Squad 48-50 May Fete Duchess 50 tif RAYMOND PACE 4 yrs . ,HQ 3 1 HAL PARKS 4 yrs. Football 47-50 All District 49 Co-Captain 49 Basketball 47-50 Track 50 Speech Club 50 Math Club 50 English IV Club 50 Who's Who Prowl Staff 49,50 Class Officer 47,48,50 Lantana Duke 50 I-LE. Sweetheart 50 May Fete Duke 49,50 SHIRLEY RING 2 yrs. Speech Club 50 Pep Squad 49 May Fete Duchess 50 NORMA CLAIRE SAWYER 4 yrs. Pep Squad 47-50 Pep Squad Reporter 50 H.E. Club 47-49 Spanish Club 49 Library Club 48-49 Scream Staff 50 Prowl Staff 50 English IV Club 50 Student Council 48 Golden Cats Mgr. 50 JACK PI-IIPPS 4 yrs. Track 49,50 Football 49 Basketball 48,49 All District Basket- ball 50 Most Handsome Boy50 May Fete Duke 47,50 Math Club 50 Speech Club 50 English IV Club 50 Class Officer 47 'Wire HUNTLY SHELTON 4 yrs. Student Council 49 Class Officer 50 English IV Club 50 Math Club 50 May Fete Duke 50 FERRELI.. SKAINES 4 yrs. Football 48-50 All Dist.Football 50 Speech Club 50 First in Dist. Debate 50 Scream Staff 50 May Fete Duke 50 DOROTHY TRUITT 4 yrs. May Fete Duchess 49 Library Club 48,-49,50 l-LE. Club 47,48,49,50 Pep Squad 47,48,-49,50 Vice President 50 Scream Staff 50 Golden Cats Capt. 50 Student Council 50 Honor Student 50 Speech Club 50 Regional Debate Winner 50 M JIMMY STEVENSON 4 yrs. Football 47-50 Basketball 48 Track 50 Class Officer 47,49 Speech Club Pres. 50 English IV Club 50 Most Popular 50 Student Council Pres. 50 Prowl Staff 49,50 May Fete Duke 50 Math Club 50 Who's Who 50 NAOMI STRINGER 4 yrs. Class Officer 47,48,49 Prowl Staff 50 Pep Squad 47-50 Cheerleader 50 I-LE. Club 47-50 Reporter 50 Student Council 49,50 Scream Staff 50 May Fete Duchess 47-50 Personality Girl 49,50 Who's Who 50 Golden Cats 50 EnglishIV Club Sec. 50 Library Club 50 BETTY ULCH lyr. English iv Club 50 Aff" ll? GEORGE ST ROMAIN 4 yrs. Football 49,50 Track 49,50 Scream Staff 50 ROY WOOD 5 yrs. Football 48 Basketball 47 Football Mgr. 50 English IV Club 50 il if f 1 X If X X744 f 2 ' ,L W5 5 ghqfwtw fs '!4iE Oli .f K i K 3 . . 1 7 -.k'Su . W 51 N 2 V JE si M jf? 5 f 5,1 gy? - U 2 ,fm - 5744 :Wa ,W ?""" President . . . . . Vice President . . Secretary ..... . Treasurer. . . . . Sergeant at Arms Student Council . . . T54 My tb? mf' , E new . .Leroy Lightfoot . . .Vaughan Belken . . . . Elma Taylor . Florence Spears . . . . .T.j. 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Z ' W, on Fx 2 if i '?'Gs,. N ",,1 V , X6 wma Q Bill e rd Weir Whit Q S wiBf11 s If E? Q f f , f f 1 4 ! ffzgmw f-X -.. Lx k':-eg -if -tl! by ,Vx-8 Q y TN , f' ' 'ZF' 4 M .!:i,Q.'4 i.x 1, J lf'lLi1', rsh f' 5 . I 1,7 M .., . , ' W F EESEEQESSISEBQE Q-Egg? fi ,W-X ' ff 9 , fieeiifsf President .... . . .Walter Hart Vice President. . . ..... Ted Otero Secretary ,... . . .Sonny Bromley Treasurer. . . . . .Donald Hagy Reporter .... ..... R oy Simms Sgt. at Arms. . Student Council. . . . . . .jimmy Murray .Nancy Francisco Bess Turnbough Jewell Lee Reams .,. " in" , '74 , 1 K ff wie? X X is , S fs? Annie Fay Albin Margaret Barber Rosa Benavides '- E Q .- I i- " D ' Q N' flif- - L4 3 DQ f ip! A ' L "Q 9 Q. stifle? If , Y Jerry , V f Clanton 'eY -r 'ff' Bethel 'ddl CH e Richard Dallas Nancy Francisco Blasa Gonzales Ida Gonzales , l ,l 5 N. A : Q5 5 , fel r D f. f Q2 Q 'fffqi Donald Hagy Bill Harmon Walter Hart mi , -if D fag, ' fi, -' f',? 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J ii. 1 . . 1, Bob ' McCullough Lonnie 5 'V "4 V? McGary Al, ice Mundine Clara .T acoby - - W , ' Y QQ f 5 X i,.g,:i'Qg:zix Ei x : 1? in K 1 N, f 'T ' fiziliizmi MJ? , V -to V , ,..m,. ,-.5 . W 4 - fsfzfazafzm J. - A 1 11-. -v ' :"'E Y 1:15121 , ' ,i I so ' L f ' ' N f' +Q':':?aQ:5:3?f1515".f' wt 'ff' Davld " ' l""'Wf's"i h e e Huffstetler ,J m ' s - 4. Q F :md 5 Jr L ar rine Little V , ,z li ,, K ,M K 4 - l .,,. fr is n,gf inn eiai t 4 5? y ciici , 5 H, Bobby May Rodney Mundine E ..- Q is A Mary Lois Hopkins 2 Mary .To Masszi 'i ,yi j ,g Jim Roy Melina , if flea! ,X ww s sl Don McCullough we 1 . ,,y.l as :13,fl.,J1l . VAVE I , V: if A -.,,,. E Mc, ft Ruth Mayhall we , ' Q,- Arlie Mae Jimmy Murray Olson -V I X , ! ik " '9' 'N 'S , ,A iz.. 8 0 +1 ff i J Ted Otero 5 i LmL-,LL if Jackie Oualline ff, fi i ,f r fa i ff-X A Nts a 3, 4 Kelley Owen Ray Patterson P' ' if fly! Alton Pruitt Jw oooo J 'f'Q., L 5' fg olig Ralph -- o ' 7' Powell W Roy 'L g N' V i ' 5- S ' - ' ' Qi gf ' 1 I , 'oA, Tzv 4 f i f l r -' ' : ' " "' , zee Q- -1 W Letha X In 4 .,',. W VKA iw l , V I 5 .Ji R Pruitt 'QP A. o o ,: ' V e ... 3 Harold ',,. Wi f i 3 V? o,., Reeves , "mke Q V 'K I Kenneth , o,,. Q . , ' A 5 Reite , W-'A A' ' Q Scarborough -, , N g' A ,fl J A Martha l' 'm'h .e,. i L "' 432 Shelton , J ,gif o e , Q ' , o W ' wiuiam 1' I 5 ' C ' Q L '55, ,- - ya- W eleee , W U1 11 M 9 W Q ,Q qv f " C i 'W i Qiff! oeo Q i e e ff , W J or , 4: , W ' ' ' "ii .Lv :..' 'P N lk , l If K' . .. ' + yi 0 h f . Charlene H 5 'W' i W ze A smith r f - r l M - L I ooo Nathan 4 W7 4 smith - W ' ff l r Jerry f f y -elflz Sullin e 5 V L eng' K fi , g r Charles W --'M-'f 3, Taylor , tg, 1 it f Stella ,f, ,35?f1E' gf-7 L, i n Truim L I e H Maurice ' . York '4 v .Q 'A ' "' ""' N A 5 I- I H - Wanda 2,,- . 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Alpha Bradshaw, Senior Class Favorite, is dependable Mary Lee DeWald, who is the most popular girl of the campus, displays her capabil- ity in everything she attempts. and thoughtful. She always succeeds in whatever she undertakes. 2122 Florence Spears is Drum Major- ette of the A.P.H.S. Band. Her thoughtfulness and understanding has placed her high with all her classmates. Her strong will and determination puts Delma Ruth Bexley near the top of her senior class. 3 i 8 Hal Parks, Business Manager of the Panther Prowl, won All Dis- trict for outstanding pl aying in football. Peter Snow's first year here proved outstanding for thisjunior . He is p r ai s e d for his activities in Speech. Wilma Lou Kell, Editor of the Panther Prowl, achieves success in everything she attempts. I fe 722 I 5 725, 2 'f E jimmy Stevenson Mary Barecky Hal Parks Irene King BEAUTY PERSONALITY l f' P 1:.-if Naomi Stringer Hal Parks Florence Spears Hal Parks BEST ALL. AROUND MOST POPULAR 7 yi? . 59' ci 4 'f- C, 9 Q Q . H.8'.CH,.lE' fcnfmn sf N55 5 Q im ffffffewsf Q S A EE l Boys of the Student Council go into a huddle to chart plans for one of the organizat- ion's student projects. Pictured Qleft to rightj are Franklin Clark,Bill Yeager, jim- my Stevenson, Peter Snow, and Bobby Bigelow. Seated is Dickie Allen. jimmy Stevenson Pre sident President .... . . . . . . . . Jimmy Stevenson Secretary-Treasurer . . . . Shirley Guthrie Reporter . ..... . . . . . .Naomi Stringer E ,512 ,Q5I1,'EqG Pictured are girls of the Student Council e ng ag e d in refinishing furniture for the girls' lounge. They are Qleft to right, Frances Matthews, Virginia Kimbrell, Shirley Guthrie, Dorothy Truitt, Lynndle Patterson, Norma Curtis, Naomi Stringer, Char- lotte Gunter, Woodie Robinson, Mary DeWald, Carol Sutton, and NancyF1-ancisco. Projects of the Student Council included improvement of the girls' lounge, boy s' lounge, and t e a c he r s' lounge. The Council also provided a bulletin board,magazine rack, and m a g az ine s for the s tudy hall. The Council served as president of the district organization. jimmy Stevenson, president of the council, presided at quarterly meetings of the district council. Z-' W iw.-.Q Xl 'NV' Olive Ear ne st Sponsor Editor in Chief . . Assistant .... Lay-Out Editor. . . Assistants .... Business Manager Assistant ..... Advertising Editor Assistant ..... Feature Editor. . . Assistant . . . Art Editor. . . Assistant . . . Sports Editor . . Assistant . . A, ,etn itat . - , f 1131232454 i ".,,fi'7 ..,i? 29 'l ' ' ' fi'5'li5'5 ,H ,fn A,-'V gangs' 5 age.. ,o isstis . . Wilma Lou Kell . . .Bobby Bigelow . . Alpha Bradshaw . . . .Mary Barecky Lynndle Patterson . .HalParks . . . . Elma Taylor Delma Ruth Bexley Theresia Le Blanc . . .Naomi Stringer . Charlotte Gunter . . .Vicente Jimenez . . .Norma Sawyer . .jimmy Stevenson . . Vaughan Belken 'f Editor ...... Mgr. Editor. . . Society Editor . Feature Editor. Art Editor .... Business Mgr. . Circulation Mgr. . . Asst. ...... . Exchange' .... Publication. . . Women's Sports Sport's Editor. Asst. ....... Copy Reader . . . . . . Bobby Erwin .Mary Lee Dewald . . Wilma Lou Kell . . Naomi Stringer . .Malcolm Moore George St. Romain . . .Mary Barecky . . .Dorothy Truitt Norma jean Curtis . . . . . .Irene King . . Norma Sawyer . Daymond Mayhall . . . . jack Phipps . .Alpha Bradshaw Welda Ann Smith Sponsor 3 . rf qua Hal- 7 , E gn f . , ' :,, , l sslll l f f f , QI' 5, , 'Q ' gfyrwfiggz L 4' as :if 'xr 'fn , -Haiti :bmw ' 5 Front Row, left to right: Billy Larkin, Tommy Dallas, Terry Le-Blanc, Bill Harmon, john D. Robinson, Douglas Hopkins, and james Passmore. Pictured at left are: john D. Robinson, Lieutenantg Douglas Hopkins, Captaing james Pass- more, Lieutenant. E ff If gif A9 , in E 'Sl M, A-,R -1 I fy T' G 1 .6 f ,- W S H, gd . . I PERSONNEL OF BAND Flute: Franklin C l ar k, Billie S c h o m e r, joan Bailey, Claudine Hawkins. Clarinet: Earlan C omm ande r, Elm a Taylor, Woodie Robinson, Sybil Clanton, F lo r e n c e Spears, Virginia Kimbrell, Lynndle P att e r s o n, Georgia Demory, jean Bertsch, M ar y Hopkins, johnny Beasley, joan Fore, jackie Garner, Sidney H a r g i s, Charlotte Gunter, Sara Lu Couch, Dawn G o df r e y, jacklyn Almon, joan Bauk- night, Nola jane Coopender, Mary jo Mas s i, Frances Hoffman. Bass Clarinet: Cecile Farley. Alto Sax: Nathan Smith, Billy Parks, jane Mayer, Louise Bryant, Bill Harmon. Tenor Sax: Carolyn Bigelow, Margie Hamlin. Baritone Sax: james Passmore. Bells: Juanita Dupnik, Rene Hamlin. Cornet: Billie Ed Y eag e r, Verda White, Bobby Erwin, W. J. Godfrey, john D. Robinson, Roy Simm S, Frankie King, Marvin Matthew s, Freddie Soward, Tinna Lee Gristy, Lewis Jernigan. French Horn: joan B e r t s c h, Nancy Francisco,Wavera Gilpin, Dewey McCulloch. Trombone: Bob McCulloch, je r ry Clanton, Daniel Dic- kins, Pat Lander, Boyd Fender, Walter Mayer, Walter Glenn Henry, joe Massi, joe Garrett. Baritone: jerry Heim, Sonny Br omle y, Arvis Powell. Bass: Dan Brown, Bobby Adams, Bill Smith, K. Horton. Percussion: johnny Scarbough, Gayle Bigelow, Willine Gristy, joan Dupnik, Bobby Huff, Maurice York. 5' E w . L Herbert Chisum, Director President ........ ..... D an Brown Vice President ...... ..... B obby Erwin Secretary-Treasurer. . . .Lynndle Patterson Reporter ........ . . .Woodie Robinson Student Council . . . .... Willine Gristy Billy Ed Yeager Majorette . . . . . . Florence Spears v A.. nv-W Twirlers fright, Sidney Hargis Charlotte Gunter Florence Spears jackie Garner Virginia Kirnbrell Drum Majorette Qleft Florence Spears 212 2 Cheerleaders Maxine Phillips Mary Lee DeWa1d Bonnie Nixon Naomi Stringer Welda Ann Smith Sponsor iq Q President . . . . . . . Irene King Vice President .... . Dorothy Truitt Secretary-Treasurer . . . .Mary Barecky Reporter , , , , , , , , , Norma Sawyer mf M x, , ,FE ' 31? 5 t' ' T1 j I f 'I i J A-C15 , iw? D537 President ........ .... A lpha Bradshaw Vice President ..... . . .Delma Ruth Bexley Secretary-Treasurer. . . . Lucie Lynn Bell Parliamentarian .... .... W illine Gristy Reporter ...... ..... M ary Barecky Student Council . . . . .Virginia Kimbrell Jeanette Y onker Sponsor Elma Taylor, Vaughan Belken, Alpha Bradshaw Vaughan Belken Alpha Bradshaw 1 e T If E1 ? 1 :TQ President ...... jimmy Stevenson Vice President ..... N. P. Hearorl Secretary ..... Frances Matthews Treasurer ...... jo Zell Boehnke Parliamentarian ...... Mark Fox Sgt. at Arms ...... Richard Allen Student Council. . . . . Peter Snow Reporter ..... .... .I ack Phipps Sponsor . . . . .Mr. Scott Ellis 2 Mrs. Bes s Turnbough Sponsor President -------- Alpha Bradshaw Vice-President - - - - Delma Bexley Secretary ---- - Naomi Stringer Treasurer - - - - -Willine Gristy Reporter ---- - - - .Tack Phipps Student Council - - - Shirley Guthrie '59 x t I mst 371,415 , gifs, F 'B President ..... . .Toni Martinez Vice President ...... ..... j ohn Gentry Secretary-Treasurer. . . . . .Carolyn Perkins Reporter ......... . . .Frances Matthews Student Council. . . . .Charlotte Gunter Mrs . Glyndolyn Ericson Sponsor HEY 6615 f President .... Vice President . Secretary ..... Treasurer .... Parliamentarian Student Council . Reporter ..... Songleader . . La Dot White . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Norma jean Curtis SPOHSOI' . ....... Irene King . . . . .Wilma Lou Kell . . . . .Delma Ruth Bexley . . .... Florence Spears . . . Frances Matthews . .... Naomi Stringer . . .Lynndle Patterson E 'ff W 4115 nie? 21132 65 15165 lf The Math Club, or g anized in 1949, is the fir st of its kind in Aransas Pass High School. The purpose of the club is to promote the study of advanced mathematics. Members are limited to students who have taken trigonometry or solid geometry in this school. Charter members are jimmy Stevenson, jack Phipp s, Donald Belken, Mark Fox, john Frandolig, Bill Brookshire, Hal Parks, Huntley Shelton, Boyce Dod- son. President ......... .... .I ohn Frandolig Vice President ...... . . jimmy Stevenson Secretary-Treasurer . . . . . Huntley Shelton Reporter .......... .... .I ack Phipps Olive Ear ne st Sponsor .- .. , 5,0 KJ f7f1'YXX fm no no fx fl '1 nn nn Q.. wf'fwrNfx fXNN - 5 fl 2 5f2ih232NEf' A fy ffjgg 'TS Zig ' Tffnm , XX? Z ff f , - x ,X J, J, , . X 'ff ,Q X ffff' 2 rf, ..f-'- ff"-J K 5 EtEf5EE9E1.1, 'fm' 2- r Head Coach A. A. Erlcson Line Coach End Coach M. B. Nelson T. -I. Mims Managers Co-Captains Mickey Herndon Roy Woods Hal Parks Daymond Mayhall Richard Allen 1 1 ki DAYMOND MAY HALL -BAC K 17 -16o1b. - 5 ft. 10 in rw' N 2- 'fp' 3 Years HAL PARKS-TACKLE 16 -1901b. - 6ft. Zin. 3 Years JIMMIE CAVITT-TACKLE 15 -194 1b. - 6 ft. lin. Z Years .q:.f.'23" J. L. HINSLEY-END 16 - 175 lb. - 6 ft. Z Years DONALD BELKEN-BACK 17 -145 1b. - 5 ft. 10 in. Z Years f K - 'fi-K 4 Q I X G.. LEROY LIGHTFOOT-CENTER 17 - 140 1b. - 5 ft. 7 in. Z Years 4- M 'Ts' T. J. SANSOM-BACK 16 -140113. - 5 ft. 7 in. 2 Years BOBBY ADAMS-TACKLE 15 -1501b. - 5 ft. 8 in. 1 Year FERRELL SKAINES GUARD 16 -1801b. 5 ft. 9 in. Z Years fcfif -Q1-L., I JIMMY STEVENSON-BACK 16 -1581b. - 5 ft. 10 in. Z Years Aw. SONNY BROMLEY-CENTER 14 -1351b. - 5 ft. 11 in. 1 Year 'x ' ,. 'A KT." VAUGI-IAN BELKEN-BACK 15 -1301b. - 5 ft. 6 in. 1 Year BILL BROOKSHIRE-END 16 -1351b.- 6 ft. K ww-... ,eg-un ,kaz K JIMMY GR1FF1N-BACK 16 -1401b. '5 ft.10ir1- 1 Year Q, 41' VENTRISS HEARON-END 17 -1801b. - 6ft. Zin. A 1Year X...,f ROY BUCKINGHAM-END 16 - 135 lb. - 5 ft. 8 in. 1 Year 1 Year -. Q ,-.un-.. JACK PHIPPS-BACK 17 - 135 1b. - 5 ft. 8 in. 1 Year JAMES MURRAY-GUARD 15 -1701b. - 6ft. 1 Year S C O R E S Donna 6 A. P. 6 Taft O A P Ingleside O A. P. 12 Karnes City 34 A. P. Robstown 64 A. P. 0 Sinton 12 A P Port Lavaca14 A. P. 6 Falfurias 14 AA, p, Freer 13 A. P. RALPH POWELL 15 - 144 lb. - 5 ft. 10 in. f M' vf -l-H , .....lM....., ,, , ,....-... .. ,.,aa.,.,..,,.,,,,.,,,, M ,.,4 www? I ff? , Top Row: Coach Ericson, Olivares, McGary, Parks, Hearon, Murray, Cavitt, Skaines, Griffin, Coach Nelson. Middle Row: Hinsley,Mayhal1, Stevenson, D. Belken, Brookshire, Crump, Adams, Lightfoot, Coach Mims, Bromley. Bottom Row: Powell, Phipps, Buckingham, V. Belken, Martin, Sanson, Otero, Singleton, King. ' 1 Leroy Lightfoot, Sonny Bromley. -Qfw Roy Buckingham, J. L. Hinsley, Bill Brook- shire. fiifliflf .A a 4 ' W jimmy Stevenson, Donald Belken, Daymond Mayhall, TJ. Sanson, Vaughan Belken,jack Phipps, jimmy Griffin. he M f if i' - . f J L 1 L fu E if-113' K f-fam' 111 mf- , K Q ' 'Wi' V' J ' - ' ' . 1 22121, - 1. - Wa, . , 1 23 . . Ve . 5. if '- . fl' 1 , . q I . f 5 Y 4 1 Qfifili A '- f Ralph Powell, Bobby Adams, Ferrell Skaines jimmy Cavitt, jimmy Murray, Hal Parks. -f .i ,M -W ,rp Gfgwlailgfaf nffqgrfeig 323522. Elm-E EEQEEE Front Row: jimmy Murray, Hal Parks, jack Phipps, Daymond Mayhall, Sonny Bromley. Back Row: Don McCullough, Donald Hagy, Vaughan Belken, Roy Simms, Walter Mayer, jerry Clanton. 'Uwe fi 452.- Front Row: Coach Mims, Roy Buckingham, George St. Romain, Vaughan Belken, Bill Brook shire. Back Row: Bobby Huff, jack Phipps, Jimmy Stevenson, Daymond Mayhall, jimmy Murray,jim my Cavitt, Donald Belken. if - ,Q , i1E11.JE5i The members of the Ar ans a s Pass tennis team are: fleft to rightj Leroy Lightfoot, Frankie King, Charlotte Gunter, Billy Ed Yeager, and Donald Hagy. Although the district meet was the only meet they entered, the Aransas team did well, taking three second places. Lightfoot and King took second in Senior Boys' Doubles, Y e a g e r, s e c o nd in Senior Boys' Singles, Gunter, second in Senior Girls' Singles. Hagy was entered in junior Boys' Singles. G O L D E N C A S Cv O L D N GQ? 'E-1E'l, sf 5122551221555 Back row: Mary Lee Dewald, Managerg Theresia Le Blancg Lynndle Patterson: Leona Cliftong Norma lean Curtisg Miss Welda Ann Smith, Coach. Front row: Naomi Stringerg Wanda Haddeng Alpha Bradshawg Dorothy Truittg Florence Spears: Irene King. Back row: Virginia Kimbrell, Viola Karstedtg Norma Sawyerp Billie Io Le Blancg Mary Barecky. Front row: Jackie Garnerg Stella Truittg Sybil Clanton. o 4 Z2 , F If 6 ' fr ev 6 4296 L 86 5 I 4 6 eff' 2 ' 124 V213 - 1294? Eg E519 IQ: gglg Z HAL PARKS, THE F H. A. SWEETHEART C U P I D I S F' L O O R S H O W M B,f1EfIE1w' l23?a2122'Eff'f J A ef'1?Fl5iweli'5l iff JB? ami gm: A E ffvz: -gig 92 The annual jr.-Sr. banquet was held in the Breakers Hotel, Corpus Christi, on April 14, 1950. A Hawaiian theme was carred out in place settings,decorations, and programs. Leroy Lig ht- foot, president of the junior class, served as master of Ceremonies. X , ., J 3 as f 4+ 1 i:EV,A Q V , Z iiiii srt fi it qw, ,,5 ,. 1,2 ,i 75?:ff'f' , 71. f . ,wx 1, x ,A v ,,,Af,.vLw - Q I A "Qwlf"'?i - Af-sg: V A L, Q f, 3' iw Saw R Dfw Q , 5 gg mf Ein" A E .QQ S' 5 , 951 Q 22 fu 'Qi ,, 1 4 Q Y f s , ly' Q Y , , Wa '21 are , m,,...A..,N V lf. r , 4 SENIOR WEEK - END Our dear little Chaperones "Knock down, drag out" Howdy, Geor- gia! Make way for Parks! Ivian bait! Don't fall! Doris Allen Man O'War Bandera Stop that, Stringer! Mule train Hey, Boehneke! Beware of St. Romain Mayan Ranch song bird Hello, Mr. Parks Acrobats Sleeping Beauties Don't drown! My, mY--- resting Bathing beauties "' "' s 'EYQEIE Gig Q, E E ...A EE-5 Q 6' ,Qin Alpha Bradshaw Third 6' if Q. Wilma Lou Kell F 0 urth L03 Naomi Stringer F iith 'lv iff r,lr i 3 in i fy f , ay? . V ' .5 r r,r i f iii . Dorothy T ruitt S i xt h Ferrell Skaines Seventh 5 61' Y' Y P Jw 'ri if if flpfeve? jf fitlftfi? f V R, fl i.'s ' " Qfvf .Toyce White Winner in debate, district and regional 'im va '- A Dorothy Truitt Winner in debate, district and regional I P' V x 5 Charles Goolsby Fir s t in declamation in district, third in regional f- ..-' v W , A 47' '1 31 I ,gi i n Peter Snow Ferrell Skaines Winner in debate, district, second ' ' in regional Winner in debate, district, second in regional 'E lf E' if af 75 If W? Rev. Robert S. Tate, pastor of the Oak Park Methodist Church of Corpus Christi, Texas, de- livered the Baccalaureate Sermon on May Z1, 1950, at 8:00 P.M. Rev. Roy E. Cooper gave the Invocation and Rev. Burton Riddle, the Benediction. Exercises were held in the Panther Den. Allen, Doris Allen, Richard Barecky, Mary Bartlett, Betty Bartlett, Billy Beaty, Beverly Belken, Donald Bell, Lucie Lynn Bexley, Delma Ruth Boehnke, jo Zell Bradshaw, Alpha 1 Brown, Dan Buckingham, Roy Cavitt, C. H. Clifton, Leona Curtis, Norma jean CLASS OF 1950 Crump, jack Demory, Georgia DeWald, Mary Lee Dickerson, Tommie Dodson, Boyce Dupnik, june Ann Erwin, Bobby Fox, Mark Goolsby, Charles Cristy, Willine Guthrie, Shirley Heasley, Duane Kell, Wilma Lou King, Irene LeBlanc, Billy Matthews, Frances Mayhall, Daymond Melancon, Leffred Moore, Malcolm Pace, Raymond Parks, Hal Phipps, jackie Resendez, Mary Lou Ring, Shirley Sawyer, Norma Claire Shelton, Huntley Skaines, Ferrell Stevenson, james Stringer, Naomi St. Romain, George Truitt, Dorothy Ulch, Betty Wood, Roy Dr. Ted A. Skinner, head of the Speech Department of Texas A. 8: I. College, Kingsville, deliv- ered the Commencement Address on May ZZ, 1950, at 8:00 P.M. in the Panther Den. "A"awards were given to those students with out-standing achievements in the various act ivitie s of the school. Certificates were awarded those being neither ab s e nt nor tardy for the entire school year. june Ann Dupnik, Valedictorian, Bobby Erwin, Salutatorian, receiving her diploma. receiving his diPl0ma- f,, alll gi . gig 'Ax'-f for aff' .V s .gl Q' E ix X , g yt A it il 7 , , 'q X B N Af 1 so A " ' if if N i W9 5 ff he B W 53 ,,, I 'L' '55, I 1 M- h i 1 I4! 34-as k . K -e' Qfiil , 1 ,1 ' Z 1794 'asf 532:--'i 1:-1 . A: :fl . 11 ' . ,. Q- 4 '53, is - , xml ,A - A W , X X. f L + . , 2 J .J I 1 ' I 6 ' 'w 'V 'L 47fS1T!N:' M ', 5' f' 5 Q. ,J 6, 0-an WE! ff ff 'K r-. ,A ww WN 4 A , Q' 1 i E e ls ssw-w, i l 1 D- 'T y 5 in ,j U 1 20. 21. ' I "Pi .Is I "N lin Three roving re- porters. Two mermaids. What did basket- ball season do to them '? Buddies! Working girls! Freshmen. Charlotte, Mary B., be calm, cool, collected. Wilma, JOZ ell-- Srs. Sara Lou-Couch Pat McGregor Why, Mr. Hagy! Atheletic Dot, E lma Taylor Sl Woodie Robinson. Jo Ann Fore B i g shot- discus V.P. P r e tty, Pretty, Pretty. Eating 'P Freshmen day! In Jail so soon? Inseparable. Pat, Viola,Shir- ley, Winnie. . Meanie! . Why don'tyousit 1 down ? . Are you going somewhere, Tom- N , mie 'P . Puff! - - Fr, I wr , --,N I ?' 1 is . ,Q 3 as ., f 5 ws-2. J f ' .,r rho -' ,wc Ni. fl' , V- fafeaqv ?:. qxgigg if ' AQ k ,A . -.fy aw 3 ,... My ff if , .ws , . m ijgxgg. -vi. M Q55 f' il!"- E35 VE A fin W 1 151 at ' an , 2 -n 3 K 'W an , it 3 6 M, 4 . Y y i,.,,,,,g-,f- W ,Sz 2 ,,, si a I iw bef,-T- I 17. fatfl jl ' , 18. A ' ii? ', 1 , ' I X 1 9 3 n fi, 3 f iff' A ff 1 a '- X 1 ' if is l lsr ,gsm ,',, iijffu i A M 'za T W: w . 1 he if V 'Q S , Jir i -'- 1 ' M I ,,9' 2 Q B , 3 a f, , , J in s lA 'fe' -7' ,,, , : - ff W - Q " r W W 1-0 n NJ ' n, I f W Vqyh fi.: Lucys backward- glance. Walking zombie fT.I.J Georgia's de- lightful smile. W h a t a r e y o u hiding from? What 's the at- traction, girls ? Disgusted, Irene ? Genius at work. T h e r e s ia L e Blanc. Carolyn Bigelow Norma Jean Lynn Patterson Which is it? Seniors - playing the dignified. Bashful Truitt. Four mules. Donald Belken a n d Bill Brook- shire. Aestful P at Mc- Gregor. Sweethearts. What's the mat- ter, Earlan ? Irisistible, Bobby Erwin. Whose legs, Geor- gia.'s ? L. .J -5 R .. fg 'Q X gg 14 ' ar' v' M if i fa . EA 2 W uf., in 'L il 5 . jp J 'f Q 14 ,522 ...EW M my " -A i W 1: ' , - 7 ii A 1" A 1' is 1, sl- . , " "'-'-- -1 ' ' H- - so ,,,. . N if ri. I A 1,1 ,L-.ik ' Aransas belles. Years and years 3.30. Doesn't T. I. look intelligent ? Resting boys ? Daymond M a y - hall. Florence Spears. Want some W a- termelon? Could this have been? Wheet-Wheou! Cheer up, Dickie, may my lad. Rita Grover. 3 mule. And love embra- ces. Jackie Garner. Hossie! 3 mules again. G ad, what's that staring you in the face ? Come on, Alline, and smile. Yell louder, Mary B. Sewing Gal, The- resia, Lovely! Lovely! Lovely! Two too at work. Smile! Catching flie s , Sybil? Two pretty Sen- iors. Loaded, eh? 5 , ..:, 2' wil. ,L,, ,fax , ,, y 1, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 X 10 ,m:, V- ,If V 11. LE: ,, it i ,fl 12. i J 5 13. Q ,Jw he A it i 14 44" M gl 'JK Qtr. T she 1' X N f fi 'la Y Q of x-- .,, -, X r If M' 1 J 'T P. ..,, 1. V, .. 1 5 " 16 - -,-if -J' y -S ,lf 'K fs 4.3 y as y 'Q.ej53 . L.,l ,f'2Ngh",'YQ E A - FRP? ' . . L N. if . 'ji AN-' 'il X ' ,T S if ' 17. 18. 1 , ' A .. Q X, 'S if A P E Q H1 J , . S if I , A 1 A "Z- 1 1,- QM 6 A . , 6 A, ,V , f J Y ,X 5 1 E , e X f w L 49? ' 'K' Q4-j Noon day circle Malcolm at work Two bathing beauties Come up and see me sometime. Six pretty girls Whose legs ? Three hardworking journalists. Relaxing , boys 'P Baby! Carolyn Bigelow Sadie Hawkins Day Glamorous Barecky Tennis Champ P. E. girls at work? Surprise, Naomi! Long, long ago Jailbird? Vance and Wanda TT' i:f?"m'i" ,ve .. A -:QF ,, 1 , lf 9. .aff E J! 9? 4 L y :Fi +- "'-A H? ,VVL ...YW S. his 11: ,,k. 1 xi .,z..,. 4.21 - ,..- LL1,, L l-M in x , .Mo 1 ' 'iLL y 4? I1 17. ,1 5 of 13' . SE i hi is iill fi l ,gg W ' Q zo. M0 M 21. N CELL F' 44 . Do you all love Mar gie ? 2. So tired. . Wow!! . Lonesome ? 'giddy up! Leroy Lightfoot Dead end kids ? Smile now Pretty pose K P Duty? Sleeping Beauty! ? All washed up Left out T. j. Sansom Which one's teacher ? Hitch hikers Rah! Rah! Get a load of her. Holding the building up ? Bottle bunny. Look boys. Girls! Among the poses w Well! Hurry. So small! X If Q32 L,L'L ' - y vs 1 5 4 7 'F ' ' 4' I S T We tr VAKEZL K I 1 ., .H : I, ,f Mu. . , . . 1 ,, wa- t, o, , if m,, , " i U . x , gg lm Hi lg 5 " f - 15 i gg v .Ma l W 1 10 Busy Bees! The Dare Devils ' Station KWBO B1-ainy Browny Bill Fish Tarzan Fans Ah Gab! Lucky Naomi Professor Pooch Smiley Allen Three rnusket- eers Hi, Elma! Howdy, Bigelow Bookworms Turnblers King Belken P.E. Beauties Strongest girl in school Toni Twins ? Oh my, gab again! Getting in shape 'P Donna Dotson. Important Barecky .T.C., the big shot My, what fun! Fish at pose Sleeping Beauty Oh, Deah! They work hard in P.E. Charlotte The two Bob- bies Some more gab , 4 X S :X , wwf? my Q, ..,, .L .sas 514' 7 'ef 5 ' f Q 5 1 ft fi Y Z 5 ' 'gif ,, ' if Q is S4 1, aim W A Y bw Q ew w: if a f y ,K . , ..,, -, I I Q ,- W I v K ' i 2 ,' I fl .V - f X we , Q R ls S M Q ,J A ,j Aga! ll '-4 C 5 3, lan V' . I gag sf in Zgl N 2 5 T Sig P Q . Here, Kitty! Smile pretty, Flo. Sleepy-time gal Why so sad? Theresia! Convicts ? Bexley Um-m-m, Good! Maestro Sideview What, muscles ? Lovely Lynn Yea, Panthers! What say, Wilma? The once over Boss's Boss Shapely That Garner Girl N. C. Hi, Mary Lou Mistake, huh? Rearview Tall-boy Hopkins Cuddles! Beautiful Bonnie Daddy! Skinner Speaks Where's Charlie ? Oh-h, it hurt. Tennis Champ Secretary Shelton Chiggers Cutie Good-lookin' Unhappy? Cherie Virgie Where's your clothes boy? The Green Years What we got here ? Safety Sally What did you say? if 'F ,571 as 41 Y HY' Jgdxxiv we bf M ww EEE f ' ,f.e...f5ai I M c M Q A WESTERN SHELL. FISH Such companies as Western Shell Fish Co. go to make up Aransas Pass. G A R R E T T ' S A complete line of Humble products HOUGHTONS' Quality foodstuffs is the reasonfor Houghton's popularity in Aransas Pass. Two big stores, conveniently located. "Thrifty Wives Hough- tonize." COMMERCIAL MOTORS For espert 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. J MILLS -- ROBINSON HARDWARE Mills-Robinson stands ready to serve each 'and every person with the newest of electrical equipment and household articles. jOHNSON'S If your car is sluggish, switch to Humble Esso Extra, found at Johnson's along with friendly and courteous service. OLIVARES GROCERY For quality goods that are priced economically, visit joe Olivares's Grocery located o n the Rockport Highway. UNA E. KENNEDY INSURANCE AGENCY Real Estate--Insurance--Loans Phone 299 Fire Marine Wind and Storm Insurance Auto Bonds A Specialty BAKERY CAFE The Aransas Bakery s tands ready to serve business men, families, and visitors alike, When thinking of a good place to eat, think of the Aransas Bakery. OAKS MOTEL Visit the Cool, comfortable, and centrally lo- cated Oaks Motel in the heart of Aransas Pass. J. L. FIELDS LUMBER COMPANY Cook's Multitint and the famous Spred Satin. CAGE FUNERAL HOME Cage Funeral Home offers the city of Aran- sas Pass and the near by community modern and courteous service. Cage is conveniently located and can be reached at any time, IDEAL CLEANERS Reasonable p r ic e s and real efficient work have made Ideal Cleaners first independ- ability. Pick-up and delivery s e r vi c e. For ideal cleaning see "Ideal Cleaners." M O O R E ' S Something New Every Day Moore's 5 d--10 gl to 51.00 up YEAGER ELECTRIC AND PLUMBING COMPANY For assurance in e 1 e c t r i c a 1 work and the newer electrical equipment for your home and business, see Yeager Electrical service. LITTLE BOB'S n...n f For an evening, morning, or midnight snack, ',,,...f visit Little Bob's on Highway 35. Specializing in Short orders and sea foods, Little Bob's is the place to visit. 9, Al-lREN'S FEED STORE Ahren's Feed S to r e conveniently located in the heart of. Arans as Pass stands ready to s e r ve one and all with prompt delivery and courteous service. CITY GROCERY 8: MARKET On our w ell stocked s h e lv e s you will find all your needs. You will find the best grades of meat, dairy p roducts, etc. Shop at City Grocery and Market. KlNG'S FLOWERS For exquisite fl o w e r s and floral arrange- ments visit King's F lowe r Shop, one of the newer businesses of Arans as Pass. Mrs. L. D. King always has an abundance of ap- propriate flowers for all occasions. B. and R. CAFE B r ing your friends in to the B. and R. Cafe for a pleasant atmosphere and good food. FRANK BELKEN INSURANCE Frank Belken's insurance office will offer the best in insurance to one and all. Make a date to visit it at once. FOX DRUG STORE Your Walgreen Agency With a complete line of drugs, fountain, and pharmaceuticals, Fox Drug has always been happy to serve the people of Aransas Pass. The new and larger drug store insures many bargains in c os metic s, etc. Friendly and courteous service awaits you at this newer drug store. GRISTY RADIO SHOP For all your radio needs, whether for repairs, new radios, or combination, think first of your "Radio Shop"--one having operated in Aransas Pass since 1924. NAYLOR'S Refrigerators, washing machines, and cooking ranges. All of these in a popular price range. Fishing tackle and boat accessories. Visit Naylor's Furniture and Hardware. PLEMON'S PICK AND PAY Follow the crowd and find the way to better food savings. Come to Plemon's Pick and Pay, the store of values. CENTRAL PHARMACY Meet your "gang at Central Pharmacy and really enjoy yourself. And for drug needs,you can always depend on Central Pharmacy. CI...ENDENlNG'S Clendenings, modern department s tore specializes in women's wearing apparel and carries a wide selection of dresses, lingerie, and baby clothes. CONSOLIDATED DRY GOODS To see the best in wearing apparel one must see the Consolidated Dry Goods Store. Choice quality and up-to-date designs give a person the real "new look." ARANSAS MOTOR SALES Aransas Motor Sales is your dealer for the new Dodge and Plymouth automobiles. Expert motor repair, well equipped parts department PARK at SHOP FOOD STORE Groceries, feeds, at meats Free Parking! CENTRAL POWER AND LIGHT CONGRAT ULATIONS, GRADUATES!!! You'll find me on the job, night and day To bring you electrical living every way. REDDY KILOWATT, Your Electric Servant GEORGE MOTOR SALES We, as a Chrysler-Plymouth dealer, proudly and cheerfully accept our responsibility to deliver the highest degree of service to all car owners. 0 . , M, .5- f+ ff L ai! C1 hr 4 If FU 5. , . Pfobfj S FIRST STATE BANK Located in the he art of Aransas Pass, THE FIRST STATE BANK stand s ready to serve students and faculty members, as well as townspeople. The bank is a member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation. Mwgpfg SNYDER MOTOR COMPANY Located in the heart of Aransas Pass, Snyder Motor Co. is always happy to serve you. We have a complete line of Chevrolet parts. For expert mechanics and courteous attention for your car, see Snyder Motor Co. Wrecker service day and night. Beauty Salon Photo Studio Record Shop Air Conditioned K A U F M A N ' S LARGEST AND MOST MODERN DEPT. STORE IN SAN PATRICIO COUNTY Aransas Pass, Texas RECORD SHOP For your collection of jazz or classics see the fine assortment of Victor, Capitol, and Decca records in Kaufman's Record Shop. Also,the most modern record-players. ARANSAS LUMBER COMPANY For the bestinbuilding Inaterials and interior decorations see the Aransas Lumber Co. Specializing in the best, Aransas LumberCo. g ive s the service that is required for good and sound building. HANDER's SERVICE STATION I Q l I Hander's Service Station is one of the more E popular Humble s t a t i o n s in Aransas Pass, where courteous service awaits all customers. GANEM'S DEPARTMENT STORE .Telephone 383 RlCHARDSON'S DRESS SHOP We carry the exclusive lines of Marcy Lee, Kabro, gl Jean De Lane dresses in regular, large, and junior sizes. , N DE LA ROSA GROCERY "Conveniently located" and "low prices" is 1 the De La Rosa Grocery. y J W THE BRIGHT SPOT Specializing in mexi-hot foods, and tops in quick, dependable service has established the i "Bright Spot" the favorite drive-in of Aran- 4 sas Pass. A W lic fi A POR T ARANSAS CAUSEWA Y lrl' A TZT' an 1 COMPANY 4 Aransas Pass, Texas l I W I THE BIG DIPPER For moments of pleasure vi sit the Big Dip-E per, and me et your friends at a fine, clean, , and conveniently l o c at e d ice cream parlor. 1' RUBY PATTON INSURANCE Visit Ruby Patton's insurance office when you are seeking ample insurance. Drop in and inspect our policies now. GRILL CAFE-TAXI "Two places to eat, here and at home." The secret of the Grill"s success is simple: good food and low price s. We specialize in sea foods and steaks. "Kokie's Kabs' are prompt and dependable. For all right taxi service, call 164. C O N N B R O W N Real Estate Abstracts Leases Aransas Pass, Texas EEXL.EY'S I. G. A. The r e as on Bexley's I.G.A. is popular in A.ransas Pa s s is because of the quality food stuff that is e c onomic ally priced so as to suit every housewife. A prompt delivery and courteous service makes Bexley's the ideal ocery and market. ., .M ,f.-- 1 rrss 2l Iccstsy 4 ",, : ' I AL" 'mkk 2 g , A 11e I 1 K 441 , . - I A 5 1 I ,, 1 .O I X 1 I 1 " 1 A 1 1 1 E q 1 c MATTHEWS FISH CO. Wholesale Seafoods W E S T E R N A U T O Western Auto Associate Store is the place to go when you want assurance of quality materials, priced economically. ERWIN FLOWER SHOP Flowers For All Occasions Telephone 170 BLACKARD'S DRIVE INN Homemade ice cream in party-pack,pints, quarts, half gallon and gallons. Sandwiches, cold drinks and hamburgers. Thick malt. Two-story building southwest c o r ne r of Hiway 35 and First Street. Phone 245W TAYLOR FURNITURE COMPANY Let us make your house a home" SPRIEGEI.. APPLIANCE REUEL J. COOPER PHOTOGRAPHER For Chambers Ranges and Refrigerators , , . . Portrait, Wedding, Baby, and Annual the Spriegel Appliance Company can solve , your need. Pictures 1 1 1 I 1 4 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Q 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 4 3 P' u p P L w 5 F ? fm ff , -1 ' La , K W 1


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