tge 2 '1; it JU *' A [?*,; faith w/« ' v < -•* ^ •K- K r f R^ •> W. " ft **•>- a ~ v * , , 4(>, v.«. * *~**> "i."^ ^ ( .«i 4.<- >^ £ W* ^ *Vt P^&& "'^iv^ sfei<, ^JH^ ^. I 'V tr»tfM*K^l * *» v* v-4^ ** \HX j^f < <• 4 jVfMS fc * You In The Church The Chord) b You — form a combination for good: Every man, wor-ian 5.td child needs the influence of the church. So, come let us go into the house of the lord, let in support her program of service to humanity, b: a faithful worker, a daily bible reader and attend services regularly. ind sunshine should have been numbed into oblivion this pasl r .._ veck by the decidedly frigid |now is Ilic time to pmrhuse »™| (1] vcatlicr we have been ImviiiR. (plant (he new additions you want !^ Now is the time to beginito make in the Harden. 'operation moving" on the in-' It is very hard indeed to rc- dividuals we may have decided jsisl Hie jeweled pyracantlin at vere planted in a location not to ; this season. This lovely-shrub is heir liking, and is'also the very]very compatible to the climate jest time of all to visit your'and soil in our area, and it's very nurseryman. " 'informal type ot growth only But to tnke one thing at a time i adds to it's charm. . .do not forget to make the' A word of caution — ono of our ransfers that you may have i neighbors .decided to move, and decided earlier in the year tojat the same time prune, her six make. A lot of us don't particular- j toot spcriman Insl year, and wr y relish making with the shovel | noticed this year that she had and the hoe while shivering, .but sacrificed a years enjoyment ot mw would you like to undergo an the showy red berries by duinj; so. appendectomy without ,anesthia?j Pyracnnthas hlonm and fruit on Plants, too, like oblivion while;old growth, so it you just MUST undergoing torment, and that is]prune yours, prune only n portion )recisely what you are doing to!at a time, so you will not bo hem when roots must be severed 'without the berries for a wholr and replanted. isc.'pon. Shock sets in, and whereas n[ Now is Ihe time to prune hack ovcly nurse isn't a necessity to-,your hrdgrrow too. Tf you hnvc vards seeing thorn through this]the typo of plants that are dor- >eriod of trial, generous water is. imanl by now, a severe lop Irim- If it is a windy day you choose i mini; induces s t r o n gei root or this undertaking, be gentle growth, and the hedge will be vith them. . .an old blanket or | far more dense next summer. If sheet of plastic upheld by stakes i you happen to have n privit or !or protection \yill help let them • Chinese elm hedge, repealed and aiow you care. i severe pinning will combat the You will, of course, dig the hole! inclination of "legginess" I ness or the plant you are moving a ittle larger than the mound of soil at its base, and gently but! ers by your lovely coral vines, .irmly tamp finely granulated dirt i which should be fast disappearing about its roots. jfrom sight. Their lilllc root sys- Always plant the shrub or tree tems will revive much more quick- he exact depth it was planted jeforc. Immediately after planting let thj garden hose run slowly , next year's at its base until the soil is been my experience Hint they horoughly saturated. New planls aren't too happy when disturbed ... where goest thou? Your straggle is for naught. One can't. mn away from duty nor from 6od. The strong arm of conscience, the iove of a friend or the power of God won't let one go. Make no mistake: He is able to hold his children and bend their wills to His. Tliis man is desperate because his aim is low. Ke is a timid coward whose church attendance record is now non-existent But wait God can still perform miracles end does touch us on the shoulder every time we would £o astray. Business successes and friends in big numbers won't help much when the end of the way is nigh. It takes a touch on the shoulder from God to satisfy'man in his last hour. Stop, right now! That may be Cod touching your shoulder ;;•'/.5- fiJJ^riV-.-, is '.-..;,-., ;, ..-,.•:-.« • i i'-« Si ( ^'-.^;^j&^:.'A^:-:;jt -;;!r .'i. sliila'<_ii_;?..?v: . u^* ss.rr., .r. jj.-_ejjjf M: ^&mmm-T^,^^ ;: •*%•'•* K\\k# •<.*.::!. r-- .• in ' t^ /rs. •^•'*T ;•'• */ •'•. / * ^ 'jTfc /V j .4'...; A.'.-'a.'OtiiJi'" V * .fcisJ'i. ililliSJpifilillll Bill's Skating Rink "Sec us for Statin;; 1'artifs" —Carley & Betty Itcyilold.s- PU. BE 3-1C51 Daily Dream —I'aul ISlrdwelJ, Owner Braaosport Eadiator Works -Vernon Gray-Ph. HE 3-1271 E. C, Thomas —Real Estate & Insurance Coleman Hdw. & L'-rnh^r Co, —Kusiel! Colfiiian-Pr. AN 5-^123 Young's Prescription — Mrs. Ciirltun r.. Voun^ (Closed ou Siindnyi) —Leo \V:trnirk 607 W. Broad-Pii. Bli 3-5; 11 Brazosport Bowling —Ph. BE 3-H81 —Ph. BE 3-1211 Royal Chef —Mr. & Mrs. N. K. Dyer Sellers-Harbour Ins. Age. —II. W. Sellori,- W. U. "Rick" Harbour 3t.av Corporation —Industrial Materials Brazosport Bank of —D. I-. IJaralson .Ir.-Frecpnrt Kvi'"? Office Surmlv Inc. —1?3 V.'. !v.a. St.-BE 3-2634 - I-'reapi-rt — >,!. II. MrMulUn Jr. "^.^vt E. Franklin Agcy. —L'.-h Frankiin V r :='«Pi'3 D'-'ot. Stfir-e —L. K. Shaw Mfi-.-1'h. BE 3-2723 Sv/eetnea's Rest?urant —O. W, Uobinson-Ph. BE 3-9166 Hurricane Glass Co. —H. R. Berry Haynes Lumber Co. —E. L. Haynea G-riff's Men's Store —Freeport Garrett's Pharmacies Inc. —Bill 4- Tom-Lake Jackson- Frteport Freenort National Bank —W. C. McLtndon Leonard's Floor Covering —203 Parking Wiy-Ph. CY 7-2169 Emerald Beauty Shoppe —Heby Morris Freenort Funeral Home —Jack C. Turucr-W. F. Woodiel Country Boy's Grocery —Alton Peltier Brazosport Plumbing & Heating Co. —C. B. Wannell Anchor Sheet Metal —George H. Turney Brazoria County Abstract Co. —Frank Stevens Bottled Drinking Water Service —Phone BE 3-1481 Baird's TV Service —Dean Baird Gulf Photo-'Pngravers —Bed Johnson Algr. Wilson Equipment Inc. —Bo Wlison-Pli. AN 5-2501 Hwy 288 Merrill Movinsr & Storage —Mrs, H. W. Merrlll-Pb. BE 2-4131 Wilson Oil Co. Lu.ona ouuiu.y, lexas, ttun., .December n, ]; )h() «^i '^'j It's "Operation Moving" Time For The Qaukner By noiiOTIIY SMITH should never he allowed All plant life that loves warmth out during cold \vonllirr. Besides movlnf! p I a ills that are old friends to new locations', i dry i anil scalded lookinK tops of ran- 'nas anil elephant ears too. Cnre- fully rrmovo all dead [nllaqc from jlhe Burden In rtiscoiliMge plHlnigs r oilier insecls from secliiiiK a , | m , r ,.,ih (lie prelection they offer. If you didn't plant calendula scod ' in An.etist or September, take a trip to your nurseryman lie lias many plants ready tor your winter beds now. Calendulas, pansics, carnations, stock, sweet William and petunia plants may all be set in (he garden this munlli. Be careful to keep them moist for several days after planting so they can withstand (he cold. MHS. KEESEE Honored By Club Most Courteous Business Woman Mrs* Keesee Named By Freeport B&PW Mrs. A. J. (Doris) Kcesee, an; port. The Ki-estusjive^at employee of the Freeport Na tional Bank, has been selected North Hiqhway 2R8 in Clulc. Prior to moving to the an planls arc noted for. Be sure and place garden mark- as the Most'courteous Business j Mrs. Krcsoa was employed wit Woman of the Month by a mystery shopper representing the Periodical Publishers in Sandusky Ohio. Freeport Business and Profes- Mrs. Keesee was born in Ashl land, Ky., and attended schools sional Women's Club. This is an honor bestowed on a Brazosport woman in business each month by one of the three local B&PW Clubs. Mrs. Keesee, has been em- there, gradual iiiR from Ashlami High School in 1933. Her son Arnold, is self eni- ployed and daughter Connie is presently a sophomore at Bay- H-lllil UII1 I CVIVU JllUl:ll IIIULl UlllVIV- -•--.<. -..*. — ....-., -- . .,-,•• L L ly next soi-ins if you don't acci- ployed by the bank since 1951. lor University. Connie hns b,.en dentally ri'iR them up as you work the year she and her family, offered the opportunity ol at- next year's flower beds. It has that includes husband, A. J., a tending school in Edinburgh, U Fourth Grade Brownies Plan Caroling Party Fourth grade Brownies of Troop 4-4, Lake Jackson, aix planning a Christmas caroling iiarty lor their meeting Monday. They have recently learned how to make holiday decorations under the guidance of Mrs. D. L. Rooke and Mis. G F.. Heichenbach, troop mother. The work session included demonstrations in making wreaths, angels from coat hang-, ers and centerpieces from milk caitons. Earlier in November :he troop had a slumber party at The Little House. Patrols presented style and talent shows during the evening. The girls a 1 s o square danced and danced to jukebox music. | Their midnight snack includ , ed punch, popcorn, cookies, and ' nuts. Mrs. J. W. McBride assist ed Mrs. J. C. Sanders, Jr., trocp leader, in chaperoning UK party. Now is tiic time to destroy dead tor, Connie Dow Chemical Company employee; son, Arnold: and daugh- ST. PAUL'S AMERICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH 919 \\est 5th Welcomes You Wors'np Service SUNDAY SCHOOL 9:45 A.M. Sermon Theme "A Room In The Inn" would be wanderer when Santa's helper gives travel slippers ni exoiic depign. In gold corduroy with metallic gold and black traid trim. Iho slippers have their own match- inn corduroy icaveling case. Aside from a foam rubber inr.cri.olc which is optional, fabric and findings cost slightly over 32.50. McCall pattern number 2378. •y\ •<§ A DELUXE MANSIZE RECLINER! You can't beat this chnir for a Rift of (tcmnricht cumfort. Luxurious, manslze. and '^ batl: und loot adjust for perfect relaxation. fea-K :7 ; ; 5 ^ /; ;A—•-^*U^ 58 88 $5.88 Delivers fev .* ^^. &^>I^VXi Take 4 Months To Pay With No Carrying Charges its W. 2nd Scotland, as an exchange student. Mrs. KeesL'e likes to travel, is an ardent mystery Ian. and lists as the greatest of many interests her two grandchildren, ilcr ready smile courteous ana friendly manner are among her many assets. •Each month a person is su- lectcd by one member of eitnti Freeport, Vclaseo, or Lak? ' Jackson B&PW to be the mystery shopper for that nionin. After visiting local bushi'.'.., firms the mystery shoppiv , names the person he or sluvj j leels is the most courteous. | Dr. D. C. Bryan To Speak At U Christian Church Dr. Dawson C. Bryan, dir.-c- tor of the Institute ot Kalii',)' n in Houston, will be the Hi•••-'. speaker at the 11'a.m. se:vi: Sunday at Lake .Jackson Fi:.-' Christian Church. Dr. D;:\vso-n, a past niitiov..: ! director of the Visitation Ev gelism Program for the Mclii dist Church for three years.'- ''• be speaking to the congrejjii'-"""' on evangelism. He was also a devclopir '•; the program o£ visitation r\ :;.- gelism used in most prott'.-i. : ucnominations. He is the • thor of "A Workable Plan : : Evanaeli.^in," "Building Chi : i^ Membership Through Ev;ii:- lism." "Handbook ol Eva'- • (100 copies were sold, "T; • X Went Two by Two," and "1 Art of Illustrating Sermon- ' ' Dr. Bryan has Ireld pasti.r,.. :'• in St. Louis, Mo., St. Puiil'.- •" Houston for 10 years and II"'.' • ton First Methodist. Fie was born in Daw.smi i'.'-.-, Yukon, Canada and received i. schooling at the 'University i! » Texas, Southern Methodi.'-t l'">- versity where he received i.i« BA, BD, and DU <k'Krc, -. : "University of Chicago; and l; ''' Union Seminary of New Y"i'- Angleton Eastern Star Contributes $85 To MDAA 1 • Mrs. Virginia Timnell. wi'il"' Mntn.li of lha Order Of K.i-l'" 1 Slur, in Anulelon, iiniiouiii'^l l! "' her club luul raised JS5.19 f»r l1 ' 1 ' Musculur Dystrophy AssiK'iriiif"'' of America. Mm. Timnell, chairman ol il" 1 Angli-ttm canister placcmenl, "'• ve.'ded that the E us tern ^' "\ group had voted upon this ci^ 1 ' project after Leo Dursl of I'"' Harris Comity Chapter MPAA I"" described to her the work lltai i- being done on a nation-wide levi'i The chairman, after stud)" 1 ' the MDAA literature on it* 'j' search, |iallent x'i-vic<^ and P 11 ' 1 lie educaliixi progiimi, pn-sciiK' 1 tin 1 infonnatloti and pamphlets I" her executive committee «'"' '"' ]iinimously approved ol the AW' 1 " Ion project. The women were furUicr i""" ( Ivaled in carrying on this |n"i' v 'niter learning Uiltmiih M^ ''"" ni'll that MDAA (Jerry Lewis- »' Hoiiul chairman) was actively ' " : iny patient service !Uid ciire »'_'"'• in the West urea.
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