The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 13, 1960 · Page 5
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Brasosport and Braaoria County, Texas, Tues., December 13,1960 BRAZOSPORT FACTS Page & I If you hava tiny cutters in dlf- slices of preserved gtnfjer. Use| fcrcnt Shapes you can make attractive miniature cutouts from the ginger KarnisVitjs on tx bowl sliced oranges or canned or frozen peaches. PRESCRIPTIONS LJ Baptist Sunday School Applies For Recognition DIIUOS - COSMETICS SUNDRIES • VETERINARY SUPPLIES Phone SWift 8-2333 MIGHTS DIAL sw>:t s-74 u . WRIGHT'S PHARMACY BRAZORIA The Sunday School of Lake Jackson First Baptist Church has made application for standard of excellence recognition for the first time in its history. Jack Terry, minister of music and e d u c n tion, said c e r ta In achievements were attained toward the goa,. He said the two main "hurdles" were (lit maintenance of a 70 percent attendance at services by all Sunday School members over eight years old, and required training courses tor at least 50 percent of the teachers and officers. He reported that certain standards had to be met consistently lor a month before applying for the recognition. During the month worship service attendance averaged 79 per cent, he said. Torry added that the Sunday School is now working toward the advanced standard of excellence recognition which is awarded after nine consecutive months of meeting requirements. Say "Merry Christmas" with Gas Lights ^***i. TJT JJL AJLl Order a Gas Light now and get a FREE kit consisting of a beautiful 12" holly wreath PLUS a holly garland to make your Gas Light the showpiece of the neighborhood. Made of lasting weatherproof material, in your choice of deep green or snow white, with red berries. NOTEON& DOWN! $1 a month for either Gas Light illustrated (75^ for each additional light); many other styles available in black or white. fltrVB GASLIGSim the thoughtful gift! No lopping, just order a gift certificate. at Gas Light owners may order ; second-light price of $37.50 each and get FREE decorator kits. «*../ At Freeport Lottie Moon's Life Will Be Portrayed "Her Lengthened Shadow", a play depicting the life of Lottie Moon from 1840 to 1912, will be presented at the Vclasco Baptist Church Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. The play will be presented by the WMU of the Shady Oaks Baptist Church at the invitation of the Velasco WMU, and will be under the direction of Mrs. Jack Eckeberger. Miss Moon, who served 40 years as a foreign missionary of Southern Baptists, was the first missionary to China. It was on Dec. 20, 1912, aboard the steamer Marchuria off the coast of Kobe, Japan while she was on her way home for a much needed jest that Miss Moon died. Every year Southern Baptists give a Lottie Moon Christmas Offering to Foreign Missions in memory of her service. In the play Miss Moon, as a Wanda Eckeberger, Felicia Heath, Carla Lamb and Deborah McGowan. Two Chinese men, John Magee and Buddy Blunck. Two young women missionaries are played by Diane Rowland and Sandra Huffman. Mrs. David Sutton is narrator. The public is invited It attend young lady, Donna Magee; is portrayed by and in later life DONNA MAGEE PORTRAYS YOUNG LOTTIE MOON Her Suitor Is Played By Jimmy Spiller LAKE JACKSON JAYCEE-ETTES CONTRIBUTE $142 TO MDAA Mrs. G. W. VanNorman of Lake .have raised $142.02 as their civic Jackson, chairman of the jLake Jackson area Muscular Dys| trophy Associations of America [canister drive, has announced thai ;the Lake Jackson Jaycee-Ettes Order Gas Lights from our local office (Offer limited to Houston Natural customers) HOUSTON NATURAL GAS FP Presbyterian Church Officers Will Be Installed On Sunday morning, during the hour of worship, seven newly "7^ t ^ower of Hope •" , . , .„ , about the Institute for elected officers will be installed in the first Presbyterian Church of Freeport. Four of these newly elected officers will also be ordained. The following men will be ordained and installed: Gray M. Gorton, to the office of Elder; and, W. R. Blackwell, S. S. Grigar and Sam Pessarra to the office of Deacon. Three men, E. L. Pendleton, E. M. Irby and Fred S. McDonald, having been previously ordained and now reeledted, will be installed. The newly elected deacons will succeed G. M. Gorton, W. H. Lastovica, W. P. Schambra and Loyal Brown, who has moved from the city and E. L. Pendleton, serving an unexpired term, will succeed himself. Three trustees were reelected for 1961, including J. D. Landsborough, A. O. McCary and W. P. Schambra. The trustees will take office effective Jan. 1 without any formal installation service. project to benefit muscular dystrophies. Mrs. VanNorman and her women helpers placed 80 canisters throughout the city, during the month of November, when traditionally the Jerry Lewis drives take place all over the country. The Lake Jackson Jaycee-Ettes voted to help this nation-wide lealth organization after seeing two educational films showing what is currently being done in the field of research, including ~ " a film for Muscle Disease. This institute, located in the medical center in New York City is said to be the only one of its kind in the world devoted exclusively to the study of muscle and its pathologies. The chairman expressed pleas ure tliat the money raised will be earmarked for research and loca by Lerlene Haslund. Andrew Fleming, young chaplain of the Confederacy and suitor of Lottie Moon before she surrendered her life as a missionary, is played by Jimmy Spiiler. Billie Huffman portrays the mother of the missionary, and Sally Henly, the youngest sister of Miss Moon. Others in the cast are: Martha Vance, Ralph Jousan, Danny Eckebergor and Dennis Sutton, Clara Jouson, Delma Ledbetter, Riverside Yule Dance A high school and college Christmas dance and buffet will be held at Riverside Country Club on Dec. 21. The event will be from 8 p.m. to midnight in the main ballroom and is for members and their guests. Deity worship is so widespread on Formosa that even ideas and concepts can become gods. A temple has even been dedicatee to the worship of democracy. MISS LINDA LEE HECK'S approaching marriage la Ralph Miller Jr. is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrc. Thomas B. Heck of Lake Jackson. The prospe c t i v • bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Miller Sr. of Alvin. The wedding if planned for Dec. 22 in Freeport. Open House Wednesday At BP Community College To complete her Christmas emphasis for 1960, Mrs. Beverly Nixon, adult homemaking teacher at Brazosport Community College, is planning a special open house from 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday. Sweeny El Modello Club Has Yule Party The home oJ Mrs. Vince Ram-' Following the dinner. 28 mem- bo was the setting for the recent bers and one guest, Mrs. Jack annual Christmas-dinner party ol short. joined in ^ iz s the Sweeny El Modello S t u d y > organized by the hostesses. Win- Club. Assisting hostesses i n c 1 u ded ners were Mrs. J. B. Anderson, Mrs. John McManus, Mrs. Walt Mrs. Gordon Ham, Mrs. Lee Middleton and Mrs. ' Grace Fen- Thurber and Mrs. Charles Mat-!d er . club 's next regular meeting ™ ™, • . . ^ The green Christmas tree trim-j^n. be held Jan. 12, and this med with red and gold ornaments ! a benefit event rath was the focal point of the home.| th e proceeds going to the March Styrofoam poinsettias enhancedi 0 j Dimes the buffet table whera a red andl^rhis is a white decor theme was carried ! c i u jj a^j out. Fund. affair by the detailed plans -.viil ; announced at a later date. patient service in the Lake Jack ™ • . -n son area. Christmas Program j i i n,.__ A hydraulic lift with accesso- The Christmas program by the;LJ UlUfl ries has-already been given by MDAA to a Clute patient. Raspberries, blackberries, dewberries, boysenbcrries and loganberries all are classified as brambles. Beutel PTA Planning Bake Sale On Saturday The A. P. Beutel Parent-Teach- ;SqUare Idea er Association will hold a cake-j Buttered corn bread squares are Kindergarten, P r i m a ly and Junior age children at Freeport First Methodist Church school will be held on Thursday. Following the program refreshments will be served in fellowship hall. pie sale Saturday beginning at 9 a.m. in front of Shaddock's Rainbow Super Market in Lake Jackon. Mrs. Douglas D. Deal, Finance Chairman, is in charge of this event. The public is invited to buy these homo baked goods for Christmas, and support this PTA project. PTA Meeting Slated Tonight An educational Christmas film and a program by the first grade will highlight the meeting tonight of the new Lake Jackson Oran M. Roberts Elementary School Par- Women who did nnt take the Christmas giftmaking course may at this time get a last look at "what to do with nothing and something to do with everything" in making economy gifts and Christmas decora tions, Mrs. Nixon said. Women who come by Wednesday may expect some surprises, including Santa Claus riding in his turkey breastbone sleigh pulled by chiciten wishbone reindeer; a chorus of angels made of cardboard box corners and gold safety pins; a cocoanut-hull string holder; a tooth-pick tree; whimsical Santa candy jars, and wreaths made of tin can lids and foil gum and soap wrappers. Also on display will be some 20 gift-wrapped packages on which Mrs. Nixon has used just about anything you have around the house. Emphasis is placed upon wrapping packages for individual personalities, e m p 1 o y i ng such items as paper clips for the secre- ary, whisk-broom for the handyman, candy treats for children, etc. All women in Brazosport are invited to attend. Mrs. Nixon's department is located in the Administration Annex Building on' the Brazosport High School Campus, a white building back of the tennis courts. Parking is available in front of the building. the basis for an unusual luncheon !ent Teacher Association. riish. Combine 1 cup of grated American cheese with & cup of chopped black olives, 2 tablespoons of ketchup and 2 tea- Better They Snore —Some four million families in America have a sleep walker ion the home-front. If there's one The meeting will begin at 7:301 in your family, don't hesitate to p.m. in the Lake Jncxson Primary I wake him next time. School Cafeteria. The film is oni?| Despite popular belief you will that is being shown to the stu-1 not subject him to harmful shock spoons of vinegar Spread on but- dents, and PTA members feel ] and you may save him from uerl- ,>ered corn bread squares and parents might be interested in I ous injury, Dr. Ernest Jolowicz, a place in broiler about 5 inches seeing what the children are being i New York psychiatrist said. Sleep from heat source. Broil 2 to 3 • ' minutes, until cheese melts. Serve I hot. shown. (walkers bear no charmed lives There will also be a short busi-! and by and large they're accident- ness session. 'prone, he added. FREE * * * * during December 14th through December 19th inclusive .... Rats UP fc» Raw — — K^& fiST""" ai~— i- 1% !• •• to all mother's buying a pair of children's shoes and a pair of ladies shoes — one pair of Nationally Advertised HANES Seamless Hosiery (reinforced heel and toe) $495 Say your 'Merry Christmas' tn iernw of salln, brocade, rauWazxt* goH or velvet slipper* guaranteed lo mok9 knighthood flower at home! Say it lavishly wilh fur ... or comfortingly with cushioned leathers, warmly knit boot-ups. Our dozant of styles rang* from most feminine to offbeoH'sh, in colors from trousseau white or paste! $ ^ DOWNTOWN FREEPORT M

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