King Ranch - Elementary Schools

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King Ranch - Elementary Schools - 18-F Corpus Christi CALLER-TIMES, Sunday 1953 *...
18-F Corpus Christi CALLER-TIMES, Sunday 1953 * I C( SSlftS L i5 I ?-'S, R if CESS AT ? OKL A S -'S? en !he ^ ri "S s for r «»s Natoa Pi- ff^.*!SS^p!^^^t^^'^^ 1( ^^'« Three Elementa on Kin 'By KAY BYXCSI Not until they begia geography cto children on Ranch, discover that the tends beyond the fW»vg Krnc Raich. ~ «"=r aanta uertroSls is an indepen-:-^ . .... r~ __ . ,.,,, . jaent school district, entirely en-ioUeri described 01 5fTMJ* Lt t e oc??^ for tem-ctased within the division; SoriasiTexas cowW' o tnscover ^t (t«riifcT *v»- r/s. -^w*-. ««,a T »_ - _ _ , * , » i * couaiy schools;. The Tata's, daughters. PRINCIPAL AND PUPILS--Mrs. J. 'S. ScarboroughT* Jr., of Kingsville, is principal bf the school at Santa · Gertrudis Division of the King Ranch, and teaches language language arts and music. U IJ -- -- f- ----- - -- i f- [MerriU in .kindergarten and pn- t Zoo in San Antonio, another time!and Garv Carroll vocational agrt- jmary grades. Vpper grades are He was Padre Island, and this Year culture "and physical education. small and sometimes combined f th«y plan to go to Brownsville"and Mrs. Scarborough teaches langu- ror certain clsisses. [Port Isabel. -- -v -v J --·--- who goes to school Famous Visitors 1 1 ' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ M ^"^** 9B ^^'^'''^'VD3K!;Rw»»:HRI^^^^HBnB9BBW«^BB^H^mVEHQ0HHBCBP^ ^ STORY HOUR AT -NOKIA'S SCHOOL--Since only a few of her 26. pupils are tipper grades, Mrs: Tom R. Tate, (left) principal and teacher, often combines and other activities to include a larger group. Here, third, fourth, fifth, sixth and eighth graders are participating in a story hour. Mrs. Tale, . , herself on Saturdays, working' to- Also, many glamorous figures -- *.«...v..-^,^, .vsj.r.mj, iv - j^iatr. ni«.Li giuniorous u^ure** ward a degi-ee at Texas AI Col- from the outside world find their 7e*em ,aw»» Jxv- .-· -tV.TM *. n :« ». »». _ _ r^_ f _ _ _ . » _. . ^_ · · « * « . legs. teachin^., sic with academic"subject?, andinooo in two. or .more higher grades [only s age, arts and music. Trustees are Mrs. James CJe-l nvent, president of the board, Mrs. j Steve Cavazos, secretary, Steve · ^ * w 3lCB a i -i.e-xa a A « A v.ot-;irom me outside world find their Steve Cavazos, secretary, Steve ',._ ·employs tne unit method msway to Nonas. Once Roy Rogere Cavazos, Larry Cavazos. Everisto uiin?, correlatmg art; and 'n\u-Sand Jack Dempsey spent "an after-ISaeus, Mrs. R. J. Kleberg, and witti academic subjecs?. andinooo in the little classroom. tht« Dr. J. K. Northwav. rstirh vef^rt. Iaver and a motiDn the Jittle cfassroom. the Dr, J. K. Korthway, ranch "veteri- j narian. All are associated with the; ranch. ! - 1'erfect Attendance I ^ p ^ , by Ule en -! Ranch children attend school 100! adiUts for Dempsey. (percent on aU divisions and Jrom i -- School was entirely re-|Santa GertiTinis. which, like No-' .. .furnished last summer ivUh new!rias, is accreditert. .about 90 per-; .: ,,.,,,,, ,,,, ^.«,.v,^», 4.ivjiiaan.«-v«o vx.v4.jvv. · T ture prelector wi'h a TTh ai-\ p!C f ' desks - cn ^irs. cabinets and screens, [cent go an to Kingsville High' tn ti P fart ,f??- V !t5L LaurieI r aTie cmat * schoolsv The Tata's'daughter? AH.~* a ^; films v*iTM«» *t .«"iw -rt,^ TM?^TM! II: .- a ? so . «" n ^ins an altar nook School and some to college. Mrs. ranch. ranch. r:sfct on the *cirtch trist i«-!tP.ni»eV fAr- ·?,,,?..., - x V^ 1 ^-": Bended tneu- mother's school be-;pupus are cieligrhtcd to find them-: them-: TM. - 1 · - JF«"^ "· · "-"/. "a* iuur ciass- is pcsabTs to lire out si PnH^TTlBiS^ n^J^^ "Cftool -ana;f O re gciiig- on to Kinsrsville H:sh: selves "stars" of scenes taken oni, Tn^^sgiving programs and Hal-j rooms, a hilly equipped home eco- '· We'crcle with--ist ever V»cDi ! nSnffi- · ^ *-nity S^ipt. Jetf Smith ; School ar.d college'. ~4mon- herithe ranch. jloween parties are among thejnomics department, and an audi-i King'Ranch territorv. " ^ ° iotti^^aev T^ S ^^* ^;; ^;; ?«P^ now_te a son of the present!-Discipline No Problem i",'?l s eV6ntS ° n the Scho01 calen- torium for 500. Audiovisual- aids] uSI|iS^|s^r£is^»--;l?aS/ilS^S^ a.., ^ons* and Latrreaes DI-; On Xonas and Laareles Ranch-: Acaaemy m Corpus Cfarili. [Spanish lan-uaee however is a ! ? ry SCllOo!l eMept - as orx other The ?«ditorium is constantly in! "--"- " -;Like Life on Kanch !problem but Mt^' T'Se insists UP-ions UP-ions ' P u P :!s ail have th ? same use: with graduation exercises for] f.; t E-ut wost Xorias children. I f K e j ^ Knglish. They.soon learn and' add ^ ess ' A ^' a'^ough it is only) eighth graders, dances for ; i content four class- scnoc! s :a buried ar.d to ror that inatter. rrxuri i spelling-. " : other ranch schools in being ; center of commur.itv life the ] which most of the 150 families of j i Santa Gertrudis participate. , ecuip--, been by the Kii^'.Kirtg' o' Uie Sleelrnan-'. Xorias h: "Tordilla" Rar.cli' aniil it year she is S - - «,, bog to Brackenudge i U p p e r «l«««ntary classes Mrs. nual umale sale and a cako walk, »e,-.:wmi« 3ta« Goode teaches home proceeds of which send students I ; Park -economics and academic subjects; 1 Column 1 Paso 19F; Heid Bres. Joins In The Salute f o Texas' World-Famous KING RANCH ON THE IQOth ANNIVERSARY OF ITS FOUNDING We Are Pleased To Have Supplied Fins To Jbe Texas Cattle Industry For over 40 years, HEID BROS, have supplied cattlemen and stock yards all-over the United States with the BEST in feeds, such as GRAIN HAY . . . and OATS. During these years, we .been privileged to number the KING RANCH among our friends. -We extend . . . Congratulations And Best Wishes To The King Ranch And To All Cattlemen On This Great Occasion/ HEID BROS. Texas at Dsllas St El Paso, Tc.xaj Dial 3-l«l or l.D-19

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  1. The Corpus Christi Caller-Times,
  2. 12 Jul 1953, Sun,
  3. Page 90

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