The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 8, 1960 · Page 5
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 5

Freeport, Texas
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Thursday, December 8, 1960
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Brazosport and Brazoria County, Texas, Thurs., Dec* 8, 1960 THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS The Rev. K. L. Engelman and his wife, of Appleton, Wis., have established a Christmas tradition hat is unique and worthy of emu- atlon by young married couples who this year will be observing their first Christmas together. the Engelmans each year hang a tiny symbol ot the year's most J-easured e x p e rlence on their Christmas tree. These symbols ie!p them to relive memories they want to cherish. This year will be their 11 for adding a new symbol. 'For our first year," writes Mrs. Engelman in the Christmas MRS. ELIZABETH SCHUCHARDT. left, new president of the Campbrll'Porter Chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, and Mrs. Mails Whitmlre, retiring president, at lh» xefreihmeni table at the annual Christmas party held by the organisation. The party was in ih* Sweeny home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Smith. B. I. Boyett, supervisor of Instructional re, sources for Braxosport Schools, presented B film on Texas history prior to 1838 when Texas was admitted to the Union. A Cappella Choir Entertained The Lake Jackson Junior Refreshments that Included High School A cappella Choir dips and punch were served to members nnd their guests were about 100 persons, entertained with a semi-formal Mrs. Troy Israel, choir dl- party Saturday night at the rector, was presented a mum school band hall. corsage. Chaperones for the event included Mr. and Mrs. Israel, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Zachary, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Ellison, and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Victoria. About 15 billion milk cartons are used annually in th& United States. Matter What... Table Make It the finest—choose one of these magnificent traditional tables now. Designed for classic, stately .beauty . , . crafted with, superb detailing with tops of inlaid woods of genuine hand-padded leather, and antique brass trim. Marvelous gift value* at low budget prices. You'll find a brilliant »rr»y of styles in our lamp department. Distinctive vase and column stems in decorated fblr.,-» . - IiiYirHrx.ui fliv;rv> *S<y)or Marked by tho finest craftsmanship —any selection will lend elegant beauty and soft glowing light to any setting, ond will prove a thrilling Establish Christmas Tradition Page 5 Hang Memories On Tree issue of Methodism'.* family magazine, Together, "thsre hangs on our tree a plain gold wedding ring. This one was found on my parents' farm and so has the added value of reminding us of happy childhood days." For the second year, points out Mrs. Engelman, there's a snapshot of their first church, a student charge at Klrkland, HI. The third year's reminder Is a toy car, symbolic of the "many hours we spent traveling to and from the seminary — snow blocked roads, empty gas tanks, lack of sleep"; and a miniature diploma, remlnd- NIGHT OF MIRACLES" SCHEDULED AT LAKE FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rehearsals are underway for a Christmas cantata at Lake Jackson First Baptist Church. The church choir will present "Night of Miracles" by John W. Peterson at the Sunday night service on Dec. 18 It is directed by Jack Terry, minister of music and education. The 45 minute presentation with narration will feature several soloists. They are Ed Forbes and Bill Winn, bass; Marshall Bethel, Clyde Cone and Al Clarke, tenor; and Mrs. Talmadge Bright, soprano. Accompanists are Mrs. Rex Colvin at the organ and Mrs. Jack Jernigan at the piano. During the week before the presentation, rehearsals are set for Tuesday, W e d n e sday, Thursday and Saturday. ing them of the wife's then-new scholastic degree. Marking their fourth year are a little sheepskin for the husband's bachelor of divinity degree and a tiny pottery doll for their first child, Ann. Other symbols and what they stand for include a small white picket fence, for the fence which the husband built at the parsonage in Wautoma, Wis., to keep the children off the highway; a white baby shoe, for the birth of the second child, Earth; a toy hypodermic needle, for the year the whole family took polio shots; a toy Ure, for the trip to Florida In a borrowed station wagon that necessitated buying two new tires en route out of their meager vacation fund; a small purse, for the final payment of a $1,000 debt; and a toy dime-store house, for the summer cottage acquired at a nearby lake. Plan for regular cleaning of all knits. When badly soiled, they are more difficult to clean. If label states that the garment can be laundered and blocked at home, follow the washing instructions corefuily, and at all times support garment in both hands to avoid stretching. Mrs. Jessie Cisneroz was surprised with a stork shower Monday night at La Escuelita Hall in Freeport. Hostesses for the event were Miss Tony Hernandez and Mrs. I. Cisneroz, As each guest arrived they weie pinned with a miniature pink MISS DIXIE CARROLL BECK'S engagement to Veryl Martin Cuishall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald F. Cutshall ol Amarillo, is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene W. Beck ot Freeport. Miss Beck is a senior at Brazosport High School and the prospective groom, a 1958 graduate of Braioiporl, ii at present stationed with the U. S. Army Dental Clinic/ Bad Kreuznach, Germany. Mrs. J. Cisneroz Feted With Shower Christmas Party Set Freeport Rebekah Lodge has completed plans for a Christmas Party set for Thursday, Dec. 15. 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