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Camden News (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Camden, Arkansas Society Ann us ret Telephone 6-5636 Barbecue enjoyed Jay naval Resche a delicious Barbecue was in Calendar of eve its monday i Joy saturday evening at the u. General meeting of the Pic by i s. Al Reserve training Cen Terian women will begin at 10-30 Ter by members and guests of ., at the Church fou Owea by unit 8-28 of the select Reserve a covered dish luncheon at noon of to e Navar Reserve according a Nui Sery will be provided to it. Roy Ledbetter command ing officer oif the unit. . Will meet yith mrs. Following the invocation a per Garland Hurt on Graham Street of music and Fellowship Wasj a 7.30 p miss Eppie Gardner Joyed before and during the 1 by Jugg Elizabeth Copeland Are t Eal which was provided free of co hostesses. Mrs. A. E. Wilson arge from the units welfare and program Leader. Leation fund. Ledbetter recognized the senior 4-h club will meet tests of the members and express j Home of Lana Irvin on 4? gratitude to Doyle Lester Chidester Highway at 4 . Dpnald Watt and chief John uld who had made arrange annual meeting of the local can a its for the evening. Unit will be held at 7 30 . I Ood was a catered by Vestal a 0 2 Camden. Pave in. About 30 persons attend-1 ouachita county Art league will have a Call meeting at the Home of mrs. Howard Duson at 703 Locust at 2 30 . Library club to Yed Lookout the Camden High school lib Tsi Quot a oils in the sch. Is on wednesday Negm Noven. Baglow tuesday the Fred Whiteside Pat will meet november 22 at 7 30 . Or 16. Members and teachers urged a a son Gail Jordan Joan a Forl to be present., ugh Connie Marshall. Judy Gillespie the hostess Brenda were and sponsor. Mrs. Petter. Aira Ough so few were Able come those happily consumed enough food for the whole club and had a wonderful time. A the Childs hand. A parents Pilot club will have its regular meeting in the Home of Martha a i Taylor in the form of a a Tacky Par tvs at 6 30 . Hampton everyone surely can Tell in Hamilton when jeer comes. You can just go out and see a Fleet on cars in trucks. Game Waisnen Larkin Ivy said Igo had been tagged by wednesday night. That was More than had been filled in the first three Days of ladies of the first Christian Church will hold their annual thanksgiving bake Sale in the old Camden drug building. Wednesday Harmony Grove chapter of future homemakers of America will have a All Day bake Sale in front of Safeway and Dan Cooke a Start ing at 8 Christian women the Christian women a fellow ship of the first Chi Istian Church is sponsoring annual pre thanks giving bake Sale to be held wednesday nov. 22nd, 8 30 In the building formerly occupied by the Camden drug co. There will be homemade cakes pies candies preset ves and other tasty foods. Reader woman Given housewarming Reader special a mrs. Venita Graham Hendrix was honoured with a House warming thursday by friends in Reader. The Hendrix family recently moved into their new Home. Hostesses were mrs. Myrtle Pratt mrs. Emma Jean Wood mrs. Florance Turner and mrs. Virginia Wood. Mrs. Hendrix received Many Lovely and useful gifts. The hostesses Sei Ved refreshments of Coffee. Cokes and cake to the guests attending. Personals or. And mrs. G. B. Cole left sunday to visit their new grand daughter Marjorie Lynn bom sunday morning. She is the daughter of or. And mrs. Alvin t. Roberts of Abilene Tex. Mrs. Roberts is the former Betty Cole of Camden. Or. Cole returned to Camden saturday and mrs. Cole remained for a few weeks visit with her daughter and family. Or. And mrs. Ray Parham arid or. And mrs. Cecil Hitt drove to Lubbock for the Arkansas and Texas tech game. They left Friday and returned sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Eddie brantes or. And daughter Roxanne of Liberal Kansas Are visiting with his parents or. And mrs. E. S. Brantes St. Fairview Wesleyan service i. ,. _ Guild will meet at 7 30 . In the seas ii ast year. The first of Floyd Hughes Deer was kit by Hamp Stock a Rado Highway. Land and his three boys. It we int _ 140 and had me Points. I wednesday morning and Hamp killed his at 6 45 Mon afternoon Bible classes Day North of Jones cemetery on a Jaq Jpn meeting in the or. And mrs. John r. Highway 167. Home of mrs. Edgar Pryor. This and children Martha James Coop the Hampton Graae school has will be a special thanksgiving or and France spent the weekend my cd into its new building and service. Nursey will be provid in Pine Bluff with her Mother Tom Finley Brown a student at Austin College Sherman Tex., will be Home for the thanksgiving holidays. He will be accompanied by his aunt mrs. T. J. Ball of Dunkin okla. Mrs. Ball will be remembered in Camden As mrs. George Keith. Open House will be held at both led for the children. The High school and elementary schools on monday. November thursday 28, beginning at 7 30 . Pur annual Community of the open is to help inst service will be held at the the patrons become better a first methodist Church at 7 Quainter with the local Scho Olliev. Troy plunk pastor of the mrs. Joe Erwin. They were accompanied by their Niece Lanell strange. Admitted 11-20-60 Joseph e. Savacool it. 3, med. Mrs. Joseph e. Taylor City Surg. T. J. Mcdonald City med. Mrs. Della Oglesby Stephens Albritton it. 3, med. Ronnie Dodds City Surg. William Duncan City med. Mrs. John w. Bullock City med. Thomas j. Greer it. 2, Chidester med. Master Clarence Madera it. 2, Tinsman med. Master Steve Snyder City med. Henrieta Parker City med. Thelma Morgan City med. Norma Jean Johnson it. 1, Sparkman Surg. Fred Winfrey City med. Florence Hammock City med. Discharged master Bobby wages Louise Randle admitted 11-19-60 mrs. R. M. Richardson City med. A. C. Fincher Stephens med. William m. Sullivent Bearden med. Master Albert j. Robertson it. 3, emerge. Mrs. Mary Duke City med. Born to Johnnie w. Jarvis City med. Or. And mrs. Robert Nettles City a son. Or. And mrs. Lovette Parnell it. 1, a son. Discharged mrs. Evelyn Dodson and baby mrs. Grace Johnson Ellen Young Eddie Hamilton mrs. Lucy Campbell my s. Josie Dickey mrs. Winona Stone mrs. Mary Nell Jones Robert Lindsey Hai Quot vey Thompson mrs. Ger Aldiff Phelps Mary Dene Coleman and baby Ora Lee Jenkins mrs. Floy Smith . And German talks started Bonn Gem any apr the United states and West Germany opened economic talks today amid indications they ran into difficulties right at the out.?. The first session lasted an hour longer than scheduled. The unite i states is prosperous West Germany to. Contribute More toward foreign Aid arms. H. H. Littrell mrs. Frank Attwood mrs. G. E. Parnell and mrs. Clyde Wells attended the attempt hailed Cape canaveral Fla. Apr an attempt to launch an us a District meeting of the Arkansas manned space capsule failed t04 Hospital auxiliary held in Pine Bluff last thursday Day. When the countdown the first in me a Rojecki ivies Cury a a a Radii tone series. The purpose was to test the capsule in a space environment. Bounced a the escape rocket on a project Mercury space Craft ignited escape Tower landed approx Mai by 150 feet West of the launch if Success had been achieved a Chimpanzee was scheduled to reached ride a Redstone powered capsule mrs. Sammy Garner of Al Dora-1 zen. An escape Tower shot into do spent tuesday with or. And the sky leaving the Booster rocket and the capsule on the pad. The 15�?~/i-foot lower shot straight up into Low hanging Clouds and several seconds later plunged Back , mrs. Bob Watts. Or. And mrs. Henry Thompson spent the weekend in Fayetteville visiting Frances. They attended the Arkansas Homecoming football game. _ _ mrs. Edgar Heinley of Camden visited tuesday with her brother until sunday his Mother or. And mrs. Harry fielder. Robert Dunn of Bea Itlen. Or. And mrs. Hazen fielder ing school since August. Or. And of Pensacola Florida visited re-1 mrs. Broach and Drew will move natives in Fordyce during the to Little Rock this week weekend. Or. And mrs Bill Watts of new Edinburg spent tuesday with or. And mrs. Bob Watts. Or. And mrs. Marlon Abies attended the funeral of his Cousin. Duane Parker in Al Dorado last the Day. Weekend guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Marlon Abies were or. And mrs. Paul Crokett and mrs. Evelynn Abies All of Little Rock. Or. And mrs. C. H. Wardlaw and Chere spent the weekend at Glen Wood visiting her parents. Or. And mrs. John Wright and her brother of Alaska. Mrs. Henry broach or. Returned Home Friday after is ending two weeks in Dumas visiting mrs. Henry broach or. And Drew and t. J. Cox. Or. And mrs. Frank Fitzsimmons and two sons were guests of or and mrs. C. A. Den Berry sunday. Mrs. J. S. Smith or. Returned to her Home Here after spending a week in Pine Bluff Wilh Hei daughter mrs. L. E. Mcmanus and her son j. S. Smith or. Or. And mrs. James Easterling and twin boys from Baton Rouge la. Are visiting her parents or. And mrs. Otis Miles. Heni a broach or. Returned Home Friday from new York City where he has been in a train or. And mrs. Douglas Dunn and Kay had their guest Ali urday Over an identical route within two months. Then if that was successful an astronaut was to Lake the same trip in february or March in the first . Man in space attempt. Today a capsule was aimed to go 130 Miles into space and drop in the Atlantic Ocean 220 Miles downrange. There was to be no attempt to put the capsule into orbit a the eventual goal of the Man in space i Ogram. Fifteen minutes after today so a \ Jefferson Standard policy is a declaration of Independence nov the Alfred m. Reynolds 1415 Copeland the 6-3793 Camden Ark. Representing system and How it operates. Plans Are underway of various. Liver the message activities starting with Assembly or. And mrs. Lyonai d Russo and children Rosemarie Debbie and de Vena Rene drove to Tex first Christian Church will de Arkana sunday to spend the Day with or. And mrs. Jack Russo or. Expert shoe repair Swann s 9 shoe store 115 Adams the 6-3335 in it a fast for College students and other Young people mrs. Cd Horne returned Over Home for thanksgiving and the weekend from Ruston. La. Venice men will be at 8 Where she had in in visiting sever Immi lately after the Community Al Days with her sister mrs Susie i vice. Breakfast in Fellowship Ritchie. Hall Friday country club duplicate Bridge j he club notes de by mrs Jim Fultz. Birthday cards and Good wishes were sent to mrs. Mollie Sturgis for her 84th birthday. Before lunch mrs. Thompsn i gave a on land Caping. Christmas plans for the club were discussed. A delicious lunch was enjoyed by All at noon. After lunch mrs. Farris Butler gave a demonstration on recovering lamp shades. The do camber meeting Wil be held on monday. Dec. 19, at the Community Park with mrs. Fred Stone As and mrs. Butler As co hostess. And Western defense to help reduce the Drain on . Dollar and Gold reserves. The initial session began at 9 It was to last 30 minutes. The session broke up at 10 30. The negotiators u Ore serious expressions As they silently for photographs. Who but Kroger guarantees your thanksgiving dinner who but Kroger would give a pors orral word guarantee Fox Tauxe .d.a. Grade Quot a Quot turkeys Holly Brand pork sausoge2-lb. Pkg. 79c Heimus Smokie sausage12-Oi,pkg.59c Fox deluxe�?10-15 lbs. Young Turkey sub. 45c 18 to 22 la. Young Toms la. 37 Young fresh hens 3-5 la. Average la. 39c Kwick Krisp or Wilson certified sliced bacon2-lb. Pkg. $1.15 capital Pride Virginia style smoked sausage la. 59c 4 to 5 lbs. Ducklings. La. 49c g o 10 lbs. Young gee Selb. 59c Buner bilk of your favorite grocers i in the auditorium with members i of the student Council in charge. Groups will tour the High school i Dei Arment and meet the instruct i ors who will explain or show the i procedure of his or her depart i ment. The new Grade school will to open and each visitor is encouraged to see each room in Tho building. Parents Are invited to visit their child a classroom and visit Wilh Timeir teacher. A reception will follow in Thel new cafeteria where guests Iby. Som i re ,-e.5hmonts the club a ii the desire of the Board of i Quot a. A if in a a a a a a Grove i club the Harmony Grove Horae demonstration club met with mrs h. A. Gage with mrs. Janns Cage As . There were 17 members present and one new member mrs. Irvin Evans. The meeting was called to or Der by mrs. Thomas Thompson president. Members answered the i of Call with Bible verses. Tik minutes were read by mrs Faye Wilford who gave the re port on the Benefit dinner. The new see retard was install on automobile insurance written by the travellers the company that invented automobile insure act see., t ceo. H. Smith insurance and real estate hotel Camden building phone 6-5795 iepeesentin6 the travel jets a Hartford education administration and faculty for each Patron of tie Hampton school District to go and see their school in action. Lamar Baily and Virgil Williams announced that the material for the new dial Telephone service is expected to arrive around the 21st of the month and the change Over is expected to be completed by january 21. Hampton garment factory has comi lated its move from the Desteni Auto building to the new location in the legion hut. It is now underway with production this week. Production Mil be stepped up As soon As needed materials arrive for the manufacture of spoils Wear As Well As sub contract work. The annual Union thanksgiving services will be held at the Assembly of god Church in Hampton on . November 2 5 at 7 30 . With the Rev. Horace sniper bringing the . A cordial invitation is extended to the Public to attend the service. Mrs. 0. L. Thompson the 6-5281 last weeks winners were first mrs. M. A Fahy and mrs. Lewis strange second mrs. W. G Street and mrs. J. B. Nunn. Saturday annual Fairview alumni reunion at Fairview Schord. All alumni invited. America s most imitated storm window kit see our Complete selection. T Quot it s firn to it ambit 6im Christ my a cards a a imprinted while you wait at your local dealer a a a a a a a a b we have fall Fashio flooring ideas you la want to see / / get pm exciting 0ffe8 a High fashion Royal lady umbrella Only $2.25 and a Flint Kote fashion floor Coupon smart Light Windproof in your Choice of fashion colors a regular $5.00 retail value. Get a Coupon now. Send it in this week lumber cd. Yom Home begins Fhone Kiwi 4t Coop Vii top value m Stamps g with Purchase of any m canned Ham or picnic y void after sat., nov. 26 a Quot Iju vgo a top value we pay Stamps p 3 with Purchase of any 2 jars 1 Kroger or embassy olives la void after sat., nov. 26 top value w Wilh Purchase of a v m 14-oz. Jar listerine a 1 a void after sat., nov. 26 Jujj Nib Etscorn pineapple Jnore save 29c 6 Kroger Brand save 48c4 12-0i. Cans. 46-oz. Cans. $ $ 1 1 Krogol shortening. 3-lb. Can 69c Kroger flour.5-lb. Pkg. 43c save 24c Leseur peas. 4-303 cans $1 save 6c Kroger milk6 fall cans 89c Kroger ave 34c Tomato juia.4-46-oz. Cans $1 save i6c Kroger applesauce. 7-303 cans $1 country club Frozen meat pies. 5-8-oz. Pies $1 double Stamps wednesday Packer s spiced peaches Kroger Fum pm a o 8c.� Ocean Spray Cranberry sauce 5�ns $1.00 Kroger i Coupon top value Stamps with purr base of 1-lb. Popeye Popcorn void after sat., nov. 26 mince 9-oz. Box dream 2-oz. Box meat 1. 29c i whip. 25c fresh Green Pascal Rutan in can rh9v.hl celery 10 Ocean Spray fresh cranberries la. 19c Sweet potatoes la. 10c Florida Grapefruit. ,5-lb. Bag 49c yellow onions.4 lbs. 25c red potatoes 25-lb. Bag 99c Kroger Wui be closed thanksgiving Day. Open regular hours Friday. %

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