ort and Cotinty, Texas, ftri., December 0, ,1.960 lev. John Beard Speak Tuesday '0: Lake PTA iker for the Tuesday meet- t*f the take Jackson Junior 'Elementary Parent-Teacher -elation will be the Rev. John Beard, His topic is "The Spirit Christmas". TO December • meeting Is a Weejt earlier than usual because •«Jhe holidays. It will begin at ,7jj» p m. in the Junior High Gym. .The Junior High Choir and will present a musical pro- ami a coffee hour will be In the main hall after the -r--jJn8« Mothers of eighth grade Stfldents will serve coffee, Cokes and cookies as refreshments. £ Membership in the PTA has (fcftched 650, which indicates an unusually high interest In the organization by both parents and according to PTA offl- Christian Women Qive Qt/ts To Home For Elderly The Christian WottteM's Fellowship of the First Christian Church, Lake Jackson, held their monthly meeting at the church with gifts for the Juliette Fowler Home for the Aged at Dallas brought by those attending. The gift dedication service was conducted by Mrs. D. N. Breeding. Higher Living College students are living high these days. Take 678 coeds at the 1 University of Wisconsin, for example. They've moved into a new 11 story residence hall. Pennsylvania State University, among others, also is building tall dorms. The editors of College and University Business, a trade publication, report that more and more college students will be living in high-rise buildings as enrollments Increase and available campus space decreases. Mrs, Gerald Harding, servlc chairman, is in charge of ;dft dl tribuHoh. The Rev. Reuben H. Ford, mui Ister for Christ Lutheran Churcf at Lake Jackson presented a cha talk on Christmas. Attending were: Mrs Tyl Baker, Mrs Frank Moosber Mrs. G. E. Gaumcr, Mrs. E. . Weaver, Mrs. Don Schroeder, Mrs G. B. Elmore, Mrs. gfynde Rouse, Mrs. James Grant, Mrs Jim Halrgrove, Mrs Glenn Moore, Mrs. Marion Gray, Mr D. N. Breeding, Mrs. Jlmm English, Mrs. Leo English, Mr Walter Corn, Mrs. H. B. Stratton Mrs Gerald Harding, Mrs. Huber Allred, Mrs. Richard Packer, Mrs M P, Kelster, and Mrs. Elmore Palmer. Refreshments of spiced cake an spiced tea were served by Grou It. Shoes For The Family For CHRISTMAS Cowboy Boots For ChriatmaB Gifting MEN —. WOMEN and CHILDREN'S HOUSE SHOES Jeweled FLATS 490 LADIES HOSE 2 $100 PAIR Shearer s Shoe Store Across From Henke'a 906 N. Gulf Blvd. BE 3-5152 02EJT8 TO 8 6 DAYS A ORBITING IN WITH. WE HAVEN'T FINANCED ANY ROCKET SHIPS YET, BUT OUR NEW CAR LOANS ARE HARD TO BEAT. CHECK THE ADVANTAGES BELOW, THEN SEE US FOR THE DETAILS. LOW BANK RATES. UP TO 30 MONTHS TO PAY, CHOOSE YOUR INSURANCE. BUILD BANK CREDIT. BANK OF COURTESY mm BAN! 103 CHERRY ST. FREEPO^T, TEXAS Local Unitarian ?e!lowship Is Organized There wfll be art organizational meeting for a Unitarian Fellowship In Brazosport this Sunday evening in Lake Jackson and anyone interested is invited to attend. The meeting will be at 6 p.m. at tire Brazosport Savings A Loan Association office, So tar 18 persons have Indicated they wish to participate in a fellowship, which Is six more than necessary tor one of the miniature churches to be formed. Temporary officers will be elected, a name for the group selected, and by-laws suggested by the steering committee will be read. fhere will also be a brief online of the religious educational program of the Unitarian Church tfven. ' The organizers of the fellowship ore hoping that there will be a sufficient number interested that a Sunday school may be organized for the children. God As Preserver Of Man Is Topic For Scientists The spiritual basis of true supply and abundance will be set forth at Christian 8 c 1 e n ce services Sun- day'in Freeport In the Lesson-Sermon on the subject "God the Preserver of Man." Matthew's account of Christ Jesus' feeding of the five thousand nen with five loaves and two fishes (Chap. 14 Iwill be included n the Scriptural selections. One of the correlative passages rom "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy states (206:15): "In tha sdentifia relation of God to man, we find that whatever ilesses one blesses all, as Jesus showed with the loaves and the ishes, — Spirit, not matter, being the source of supply." From James (1:17) the following will be read: "Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Bather of lights, with whom Is no variableness, neither shadow of turning." Musical Program Presented For Brazoria PTA 1 A musical program was a hlgh- ght of the recent meeting of the Brazoria Parent-Teacher Asso- iation meetirig. A double quartet from the West Columbia High School .Choir, directed by Miss Gloria Pittman, sang several selections to the about 50 persons attending the meeting. Mrs. Bernice Benkula, PTA resident, was in charge of the •ession, and Mrs. Doris Setzer gave a Civil Defense report The attendance prize for having Jie most parents presort went to Irs. Selma Morris' second grade room, and refresh ments were -MEMBER f=m.C The Rev. Herman Coe, pastor if Brazoria First B a p Hst Church gave the devotional. Velasco B&PW Selling Candy For Christmas The Velasco Business & Professional Women's Club is conduct- Ing a candy sale to raise money for its yearly scholarship fund. Members recommend the one pound cans of peanut brittle or cashew-nut brittle, selling at $1, for Christmas presents. ' The candy may be obtained by contacting Lor a Collins, Gladys Harsdortf or Clara Russell, or by calling Doris Bond at AN 5-2245, Bessie Nixon at BE 3-4391, or Wilma Parrish at AN 5-2145. HIS-J| HNANCC Allied COMPANY? MR. CASH Bolrei the mystery of whew to l«t EXTRA MONEX M MONTHS Cash You Oet 9508.80 I7S4.BO 11,515,17 tla. 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