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   Camden News, The (Newspaper) - July 5, 1955, Camden, Arkansas                                4 Calnden I SKS July 1055 SOCIETY BETH BRICKELL PHONE G5723 Wsfa Home ClubMeets BlJSnt Vlsta Home Demon stration Club met in the home of a Hodnett with nine J2rasent for lhelr June was called vlce President bustaess session followed Roll Call was answered with What at OuoSS County Pair this Year Family 1ader Bave a on of a Fam work S leader gave a report n Jon The Health leader C correct way to sweep with nU0 use your work WhUc MrsJohnny Tutt and Mrs a discussion on the ra tended tended at Carnes Park thTfrfShmenls the The Officers Of Rose Couples Class Officers of the Rose Couples Class were installed Sunday July 3 Thev Bob presided Mauy vice president Laura secretary Jimmy Soffcs and Catherine sistant rC BH1 LeStcr and A1 Elliott Heads Shu maker Auxiliary Officers of American Legion Aux iliary Brooks McMahen Unit will be installed at the regular monthly meeting on July The installation ceremony will be conducted by A Ben of El 11th District Bernice PriestBooth Vows Said June 19 The wedding of Miss Constance Mae Booth of Lake Charles and Robert Lawrence Priest of Camden was solemnized Sunday June Priest is the daughter of Thomas Booth of Baton and the late Priest is the son of Kate Priest of Camden and the late Wedding vows were pledged be fore the mantel ibanked with white glladioli and The Rev of the Nazarene Church Church of read the serv ice at Miss Kathleen Alluins accompan ied Remi Vldrlne of Oakdale who sang I Love You and The bride was given In marriage oy Clyde Bordin of She was wearing a pale blue silk sheer over pink silk taffeta appliqued in blue Her accessories were pink and completed by a pink Jewelled halo A nosegay of pink sweetheart roses was carried by the Clyde Bordin of DeRidder was the only attendant to the bride She wore a navy blue shantung suit with white accessories and a pink carnation Byron Bethea of Camden was best A reception was held In the hoTic f and Assisting were Frank Rolf us Albert Miss Myrtle Ozette Lee and the brides Bertha rldc k a graduate of Lafay ette High school and attended Southwest Louisiana Institute She nas completed courses at Louisi ana Dancing Masters School Chi cago Association of Dance Masters Dance Masters of America and her own dancing school in lbrltcfroom ls a graduate of Camden High School and is associ ated with Magnets Shoe Store After a trip to the Gulf Coast the couple is making their home at 431 Washington St Children were guests of the Sessoms on Thursday of last The Davis are moving to Temple Texas where Davis will be con nected with the ScottWhite Clinic and Bonnie Paul Adams and Loren Ager all Colorado spent Fourth of July weekend with rela1 lives here Including Kate Tom Bell Hodge and fam ily and Minnie and Curtis Rogers and Stephen and Johanna of spent the Fourth of i July weekend with Rogers i and E Gau and Emmelte Parham and Pamela and all of Benton were here for the July 4th weekend visiting home They recently moved to Ben AND ROBERT LAWRENCE PRIEST Mittie Small Mary Rogers Edythe Florence Capitola Johnson Mary Sue All members are urged to attend the meeting on July 11 at 730 at the Post Office STEPHENS NEWS and Miss Lola Prince will arrive home Friday from a vacation trip to New Orleans and other points of interest in Louis and Donaldson and daughter Nancy left Saturday for Long where they will spend their summer William Manry of former mechanical depart ment pmploye of the Camden News visited old friends here He and his son Meredith who is stationed at Barksdale were visitors The Manrys formerly lived at Fair Manry is working on a Dublin newspaper and also has a floral Dublin is a city about the side of and Bob Barnett who have been vacationing InMexico have returned to their home in Memphis after a few days visit with Harrietts parents Mr and Ray Barnett here and Jim Swift and James and Melissa of Alabama have returned Wome after iseveral visit with Swifts and Gaughan of and Wilson of announce the birth of a Donald born Sun day June weighing C pounds and 14 The lormer residents of Camden Dr Wilson being affiliated with the Camden Veterinary and Truman Davis and and Buck McLendon and daughter of spent the July with relatives and friends here They formerly lived in Miss Sissy Daniel left to join a group at Mexico The sponsored by a Spanish instructor of Stephens will spend 10 days in and around Mexico They will then go to Monterrey where Sissy and the other members of the group will spend six weeks In school tak ing a Spanish and Chambless and formerly of Veneneula arrived yesterday and are visiting until Thursday with Chambless Louis and Cham bless will make lhelr home In Shreveport in the near and Judy and John returned last night from where they spent the 4th with and Jack spent the week end in Miss Beverly Brickell left Sun day morning for Florida where she plans to spend several weeks with her grandparents and and other re and Shry ock and and L G Shrv MARRIAGE LICENSES SOCML CALENDAR JOINS WAVES Naomi Jane daughter of and Ben Blount of Cul followed in the footsteps of her Gunners on Junc in when she was enlisted in the Navy WAVES at the Navy Recruiting Chief is the Navy Recruiter ln Corpus will soon retire with twenty years Miss who is a 1955 gradu ate of Failview high Cul Arkansas left June 18 for nine weeks of Recruit Training at the Naval Training Bain Upon complet ion of this training she hopes to attend a service school following a ten day recruit leave U Navy Photo Ing a few days in Pine Bluff with her daughter andson n and Bill Miss Margaret Scott left this morning to spend the remainder of the week with Miss Leta Leslie of Little Mlss Scott and Miss Leslie were room mates at Hendrix College last Reynolds and grand Bill have return ed from several days visit with re of Little Rock and Mem and Jameson of Shreveporl announce the birth of a William Jr born July William is the grand son of and B James son and c Moseley spent the weekend in Conway with Mrs WaJter Miss Margaret Maione and Charles Maione returned yesterday from Bowling Ohio where they attended the Puppeteers of America The Festival last ed a Miss Bess Maione led the Water Carnival parade at Lake Village yesterday as drum major of the American Legion Char les Maione and Margaret were in Lake Village for the Richard Butt returned Saturday night from Hot Springs where he spent a few days on He Donald Bradshaw of Camden an Grace Evans of Robert Lee Porter of Sparkma and Cornelia Mae Sllliman o Thomas Evans of Thornton Betty Lou Colo of Hugh Edwin Meredith of Musk and Bcnnye Sims o i New of Camden i and Marian Sharp of Poole of Camden and Ver na Mae Rainey of Ark William Louis Rodgers of Cui lendale and Peggy Jean Byrd o j Delbert Duford Scott of Little 1 Rock and Darrlol Lynette Holden of t Vornon Weaver of Camden and Gloria Sue Walker of Camden Otis James of Cam den and Ollie Mae Louis of Smack Robertson of Stephens and Marlem Hodge of Archie Allen Dohorly of Bearclcn and Doris Irene Cherry of Ted Lucas of Cullendale and Margaret Evelyn Hillman of Bobby Mitchell of Camden and Mildred Ann Morris of Cam John Carroll Hall of Camden and Sarah Marie Thompson of Glen Lehman of Camden and Gladys Gertrude Williams of Cul William Carroll Rcnfro of Cam den and Marie Thompson of Cam James of Panama and Patsy Ann White of Cul Paul Amis of Culiendale and Margaret Boswell of Alvin Tuberville of Cullendale and Peggy Sue Brown of Cullen Billy Vaughan of Shumakcr and Mary Helen Gordon of Cam William Rick Guesner of Fayette ville and Marjorie TollUsoa of Horace Edward Gilbert of Cul lendale and Annie Sue Ivey of Doyle Franklin Vaughan of Cam den and Lutlie Fae Doherly of Kenneth Doyle Johnson of Bear den and Austie Oneva May of Herbert of Camden and Cora Christine Nussey of Those social clubs wishing to place an announcement in SOC IAL CAfLENDAR are askei to call the Society editor three days be fore the date of the 1 Wednesday The Camden Junior Auxiliary will meet at the Public Thhrsday The Jancceea will meet at 7 l clock in the Hotel An interesting program has been plan ncd for the July Camdeen Chaptbr 489 OES will meet tonight at at the Ma sonic Officers and mem bers are urged to Officers of the Coed First Methodist will meet tonight at Hotel Bob Davis is new teacher of the class and the officers are Bum Sheila Wil liams Gladis Smithjfcf1 and song Bud Birmingham Girl Wins Beauty Title DAYTONA W Brown brown eyed Bar ara Nan Hicks from s Miss Dixie Her figure caught the eyes of the judges as she won out over 23 other southern beauty conA est winners at the 10th Miss Dixie Pageant last Miss Hicks who sang in the alent phase of the competition aid she will use her cash rlze to Study voice in New ler other prizes included a dia nond a trip to New York 3ity for television appearances and wo weeks vacation In Daytona Runnerup was Joan Faye of Winter Haven who came to he contest as Miss Ing third place was nnc of who represents Arkansas in ic Miss Universe Maddox of Camden and Lcnora Cade of Charles Elliott of Eagle Mills and Johnny of Eagle Jermlech Gossett of Camden and Alma Lee Thrower of George Harris of Stuttgart and Ruby Porchia of Edgar Brown of Camden and Queen Esther Bennett of ED PACE VANMOSLEY CARROLL ATCHISON WE ARE SAVING POLICY HOLDERS MONEY PACEMOSLEY AGENCY P6SE KEMPER APPROVED INSURANCE ADVISOR Through Careful Insurance Planning We Have Been Able To ey UndrSa8 Molorisls And Read l Left to White Cotton Ira for active circular stitched for flongline Merry summery white nylon Warners Bra with lightly in whilo Warners fabulous Merry the in white or black nylon While cotton Merry delicately eave home weeks a all with fashions lo match underneath it WARNER BRAS to fit every every summer Heres a WARNER Bra as sew in July to help you look your 6e your when you leave home MWffiw RNERS   

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