The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on December 23, 1960 · Page 5
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The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas · Page 5

Freeport, Texas
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Friday, December 23, 1960
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jort and Bvaaona County, Texas, Fri,, December 93,1960 THE BRAZOSPORT FACTS Page & thins Eve Service L-J Commnr.inn First Methodist] A Christmas Evo Communion jo observe i Service is sot for 5:30 to 7:50 p. ""-'-—-' nmunion on Christmas I'tiim's nrn to come f between 5:30 and 8 p.m. .. ( \ .-fr-ver they fcr communion is served. m. Saturday for members of Lake Jackson First Methodist Church. Family groups are to com* and go as they wish during that time. There will be no Sunday night service at the church. OT ._-^~, pww »^.Tw^%^« , , ^ O May your Christmas' '* r '" '" be a merry one. PAYNE JEWELRY IAIN ST. CLUTE laj» tfce me&tese of tfje Ji'tst Cfiristinns gufot us! to a lasting $eate for all. f from all of us at the Ve!free Shop i-WEST 2ND FREEPORT Peimpy Missy Tempting Primping starts early with u» women. One-third of the girls between the ages of 2 and 5 gel home permanent*, reports the LUt Reference Service. Beans and miniature frankfurters in tomato sauce is a new iroduot from a major soup oan- ner. Available In one pound cans. MRS. E. P. WOMACK. Mil. Thuiman Gup':on and MM. Jack Phillip* ai« ihown by ih» ilrcpUe* in the Womack home which w« decorated (or th* Flrtt Capitol Sludy Club Christmai Party Monday evening in W«i Columbia. Tht members en- tertained their husbands with a Christmas buffet. The guests brought toyi to the parly to add io the Christmas welfare baskets being prepared by th* Progisjsiva Junior Club for distribution in this area. Start Baby With Cup, Spoon At Early Age Baby can take his orange juice I taste and texture of the food is from a cup and food from a'different, getting it off the spoon spoon at an earjy age. land swallowing it is a. comptex Most doctors consider three to maneuver, and the flow of the [four months the best age for be-j liquid from a tilted cup is more ginning solid food, though thw rapid than he's used to. may suggest cereal earlier for a | Choose a time when he's hun- baby who appears to be always j gry, but also happy, for these ex- hungry despite adequate formula, iperiments. Between three and four monUis j If lie takes Just a taste or two, also is a good time to begin get- then turns away, don't force the j ting baby accustomed to drinkinj' matter, says the article. Let him [from a cup, according to the!have his milk or juice the usual [January issue of Better Homes' way. After he's taken care of those & Gardens. i hunger pangs, you might offer the Orange juice usually is a tempt- new method once more, ing starter. , II he isn't interested, wait until Offering Baby his first solid next time. Ifood from a spoon or his first | Hold him in a semisltting posl- liquid from a cup is a delicate i n'on. his head cradled on your moment, the magazine says. arm. Take a little food on a small The way he has been fed so tar spoon and place it toward the ! probably is quite all right with j back of Baby's tongue. him and he may not share your ; After the strangeness has worn enthusiasm for the innovation. off, and he discovers how good You will want him to continue ', the different varieties of food are, enjoying mealtimes. The best way i .ie'11 take to spoon feeding as a j to insure this is to take it easy j matter of cour=e. And learnl a g when introducing, him .to uh-ic-arly to enjoy drinking his juice familiar earing experiences. jor water from a cup will make Th* little novice will be duo-1 the changeover easier when it's 'ious about several things: the'time to wean him. Clute Lodges Have Yule Party The Clute Rebekah and Odd-1 Reiresiiments were served ' to j fellow Lodges joined together for; 70 persons. a Christmas party for families: It was announced that the pro- recently. ject for the two lodges, collecting A decorated tree held gifts tor money and food for two needy everyone and the table was oe-| families for Christmas, was suc- decked with Santa's reindeers and j cessful and the families would Da an a s s o r t m ent of Christnvis ! taken care of. cookies. • i — The program included singing carols, after which Santa arrived flPllPOP ^tlluPnfc Will jto present the gifts and visit with w UIB S e OlUUBIIU) Will "* chudren ' Conduct Church Service & A special Christmas sermon is scheduled for the 8:30 and 11 a. m. worship services of Lake Jack- json First Baptist Church, with i the ••vpn.inf' s»nnc<* to be conducted by college studefnj tvhu are home to: the holidays. "They Departed Another Way" is tha topic of the Rev. John H. Beard's sermons on Sunday morning. The theme of the Sunday night service will be "Found Faithful". Charles Swift will bring the sermon. Other students participating tn the program will include Linda Stevens, Terry Forbes. Carol Jane Morrison, Glen Lonjino, Darlene Harrell, and Eleanor McCain. Try adding several tablespoons of molasses plus whole cloves, allspice and a bay leaf when you are cooking a smo!;od tongu*. from all of us to each cf you... $est Wishes for a Holiday Season filled tfith Christmas Joy a«3 Cheer f MATTiCK'S FOOD MARKET QUALITY MEATS & GROOBBIES PHONE CT 1-2459 205 E. PLANTATION DR. LAKE JACKSON LACK'S ASSOCIATE STORB MB. . 206 WEST PARK HOME OWNED Mrs. HARK? H. MAUGBK HELLO, ALL! Our greetings ring out loud and c/eorr Merry Chrfefmas Everyonel LESLIE & MORROW ING. I, 1231 K. 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