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Camden News (Newspaper) - November 21, 1960, Camden, Arkansas Tock Exchange protects Public York a the York Stock Exchange has moved to strengthen the investing Public a Protection against any loss throw he dishonesty of brokerage House partners or employees it Keith Funston Exchange presi a Dent said today the plan approved \ the Board of governors will require 574 member organizations to carry insurance Protection against possible loss due to fraud dishonest acts on the part of fir personnel. Maximum coverage will be $5 i for the largest firms. 6rthe first time the Exchange demand Fidelity insurance Page on general partners of Liber finns. Ii plan also will revise min ims for coverage required employees of member organi Harmony Grove pumpkin pudding pie is i Reat Cohage cheese at your favorite grocers mrs. Bruce Murry and daughter Jay Nell from Warren is spending the week with her parents or. And mrs. Allen Heflin while or. Muri is in Dallas Tex on business. Mrs. A. L. Williams and sister mrs. Leona Meeks from Camden visited their Niece mrs. Delbert Bond in Pine Bluff last week. Mrs. T. 0. Bowman from Pine Bluff visited in the Lee Walters Home sunday. Or. And mrs. Robert Russell and daughters Terry and Becky and son Robin visited their parents or. And mrs. George Russell and or. And mrs. Hartwell Smith sunday. The Benefit Spaghetti Chicken dinner at the school cafe tor turn sunday was Well attended. The Home demonstration club sponsored the dinner. Or. And mrs. Nolen Wilson and daughters Annette and Linda and son Jimmy spent the weekend in Dallas visiting or. And mrs. Louis nations and officers of member corporations. Funston said the insurance plan is an outgrowth of the recent Case involving Dupont Homsey amp co., a Boston brokerage firm. Anton e. Homsey a general partner was expelled from the Exchange sept. 28 for allegedly pledging securities of three customers As collateral for Loans without their knowledge. A receiver has been appointed for the Fitin. Homsey faces criminal charges. Gobble up these Ocean Spray Cranberry sauce 303 size. Can 19c Crisp fresh celery la. Carrots 10 10 lbs. No. 1 potatoes t get your Houlday hams turkeys ducks and hens Here pork lbs la. 45c pork roast in. 39c first Cut pork chops. La. 49c Center Cut pork . 65c fresh pork hams la. 49c Ivr Axwell House folgers Coffee. La. 75c Salep s Best flour. .25 lbs. $1.79 pure lard. Pumpkin no. 2 can .15c in heavy syrup�?2 cans waches.4 no. 2 cans $1.00 pet milk. 2 tall cans 29c Mission Green Lima Beans. .2 for 35c candied fruits ass l a a a. Orange peels. Mixed raisins. Plenty of free parking at no charge to pay Utility Bills at of grocery 01# super in. Mkt. . Wants your business Cash or credit phone 4-4355 Cullen Dale daughter Jane Cousin sue or aun Betty. Pumpkin pudding pie a natural for a a toting and a perfect Climax for a thanksgiving meal. Pumpkin pudding pie makes one 9-Inch pie pie crust one cup rolled Oats traditional Midwest thanksgiving dinner includes Carrot Bacon Corn bread stuffing. By Gaynor Maddox newspaper Enterprise food and markets editor in the great mid est when part of the immediate family lives away from Home and relatives come for the family thanksgiving dinner the food is often partly a a toted. The traditional menu is planned around a beautifully roasted Turkey with stuffing. But the fixings All feast Day favourites Are easily Quot toted to the place of festivity by visiting members of the family. The hostess main Job is the Birds the remainder of the cooperative menu will arrive with Quick or Uius Deone third cup sifted enriched flour one third cup Browni sugar. % cup melted butter or Margarine filling one envelope in Flavoured Gelatin our cold water 3 egg Yolks. 2 cup sugar Viz Teaspoon Salt 1 cup cooked pumpkin y2 cup cold milk >4 Teaspoon Ginger. % Teaspoon cinnamon. Teaspoon cloves 3 egg Whites one Thiis a cup sugar cup chopped walnuts sweetened whipped Cream chopped walnuts. For crust Combine All ingredients mixing Well. Pack firmly onto Bottom and sides of 9 Inch pie plate. Set another pie plate inside to hold crumbs in place. Bake in moderate oven 375 of 12 to 15 minutes. Remove inside pie plate Cool. For filling soften Gelatin in cold water. Beat egg Yolks and y2 clip sugar until thick and Lemon coloured. Add Salt pumpkin milk and spices Cook Over Low heat May use double boiler until thick about 10 minutes Stirling frequently. Remove from heat. Add softened Gelatin stir until dissolved. Chill until mix Ture will Mound when dropped from a spoon. Beat egg Whites until Frothy add one third cup 41 sugar a Little at a time beating Well after each addition a Al until stiff and Glossy. Fold egg Whites and chopped walnuts into pumpkin Gelatin mixture. Pour into pie i ust. A fill until set. Garnish with whipped Cream and chop Ped walnuts. Xvi a cd the annual reunion of the Smith family was held at the family Camp House sunday november 13, a Beautiful dinner was enjoyed by everyone. Those who brought food and attended this reunion were or. And mrs Alvis Smith mrs. Lola King mrs. Bobby King Charles Byars or. And mrs. Knight and daughter Janelle Donnie Ond Donna Guillory or. And mrs. Stockton or. And mrs. A. A. Bums and children or. And mrs. J. L. and children or and mrs. Jimmie Roberson and children mrs. Ban Lewis mrs. Alico Cash or and mrs. Fed Starnes and family or. And mrs. Lari7 Starnes and son or. And mrs. W. E. Poole Orland Roberson t. E. Frazier All of Camden. Or. And mrs. John Crowell of Pine Bluff mrs. Woodie Walthall and sons Woodie Charles and Bennie miss Brenda Neal and mias Brenda Bratton Larry leg Horn All of Ark Adelhia or. And mrs. May Carter of Princeton la., or. And mrs. A j. Carter and children or and mrs. Luther Carter of a Dorado or. And mrs. Alfred Smith and family mrs. Eula Scott of Cross roads or. And mrs. Pledger Grayson and Dottie Ann of Emerson or. And mrs. William James Oliver and son Bill of Prescott mrs. Helen Horton and children of City la. Or. And mrs. Davis Bennett and Joann Dave and Lois of West Monroe la., or. And mrs. Ken la., or. And mrs. B. L. Adams and family or. And mrs. Clarence Smith or. And mrs Walter Dickey of Chidester mrs. Lillian Tun Nell mrs. A Joisy Walls or. mrs. Clayton Walth Aii. Or. And mrs. Bess Smith All of Reader. Mrs. Hub an Garner and mrs. Talbot from the Reader Railroad office from Shreveport came up Here last Friday. They Rode the train out to Waterloo and came Back in the afternoon on the Mot or car. They were accompanied by mrs. Sallye Moseley who is agent for the Reader Railroad office. Mrs. Garner and mrs. Talbot returned to their Homes in Shreveport late Friday afternoon. Friends Are glad to know that mrs. Mary Creech is showing some improvement at this time. She is in a Prescott Hospital for medical care. Or. And mrs. Malvern Prince of Camden visited their sister mrs. Tie Turner last sunday of Lemoon. Or. And mrs. Alton Tuberville and children visited her brother Brown Oliver and family of Camden last sunday. The olivers have a daughter. Mrs. Josie Mullins of Camden visited her sister mrs. Mary Cierech last week. Mrs. Vernie Smith and two sons of Camden silent last weekend with her parents or. And mrs. W. T. Lewis. Mrs. Venice Walker and mrs. Ellis Creech of Prescott spent last weekend with their parents or and mrs. N. Daniels of for Benton la., last week. Saigon Viet Nam a maj. 3en. Tran Van Don commander of the second military Region and first army corps of South Viet Nam has been replaced by Brig. Gen. To Van to the official Vietnam press said. The Agency gave no reason for the change of command. Past. 40 Irao fed a no fit two of Niotis pains in Back hips legs tiredness loss of Vigo of you an a Vietline of Feea bid Poona then Yam troubles May be traced to Andt flir a Flamma Quot Todl Infra Romatz on a a Costi National disease and Modinea Fiat give temporary Relief will Raofi remove the a arises of your troubles neglect of glandular info Amman Tion often leads to premature senility and incurable my Ugna Acy the past year men from 1,000 communities have been successfully Tea cd Here at Excelsior Springs. They have found soothing Relief sad a zest in life. The Excelsior medical c3inie, devoted to the treatment of disease Peculiar to older men by non surgical methods has a free Book that tells How these troubles May be corrected by proven non surgical treatments. Nil8 Book May prove of. Utmost import doa in your life. No obligation. Excelsior is decal clinic do pm b7660 Kex Cavior Spring six Mon Wilson and or. And mrs. Ruby Morse and family. Mrs. Farris Butler and daughter Terry drove Down to Strong sunday to spent a few Days Vith or. And mrs. Harold Lockard. . Lower half safety specials 1 remove front a feels to to aspect lining and Drums 2 rep no ext Ebeel bearings s chec grease Seah 4 adjust Brake is tests proper Cha intact 5 add Brake Fyk did and j goad test. For your thanksgiving dinner j % fl9 b comp left Goodyear a extra service Hoffler Thermo equalized to a dues moisture Maxx aah hot Iii the Tom bar Coa cause of Muffler Fri Lofia and up As Low cd $125 weekly Goodyear a super Cushion Brand Fay As you ride special let a is service your car while you shop Goodyear service store 132 Jefferson pm. 6-6439 Good to the last drop or Euh Oose a aliens whole chickens Snowdrift 3 Wesson Oil -55 libbers pumpkin 2-25 Crisp rite Bacon la. 49c fresh pork shoulder roast la. 39c pure fresh ground beef 2 lbs. 99c country style pork sausage-lb.45c a Raeji a velveeta cheese la. 33c Market Basket oleo_____________2 lbs. 39c Ocean Spray Cranberry sauce 25 libbers spiced peaches Godchaux confection 2 size inc Glass sugar Swan Down 1-lb. Box 15 cake flour Libby s crushed pineapple 2-39 no. 2. Can 33 Brown brer Rabbit syrup0.l59 county kist Corn 2 As 31 Merican Beauty Catsup 2r�33�� Rosedale peaches 29� instant Maxwell House Coffee Quot 98 pet rustic no. 2v2 Glass crab Apple 39< Leysath grocery 428 Adams . Phone �-9321 or 6-9322 Gaberl s grocery a you ring we bring phone 6-3569 405 Adama Nee. Cha food stores Quot Home owned amp operated Quot Brian grocery we deliver phone 6-5361 457 Adams. . We have a Complete line of thanksgiving poultry and meats Nancy Hank esp pie cherries 303 size.23c none such of no meat 9-oz.27c dromedary dats 8-oz.27c Funsten pecans 3-oz.43c mixed nuts 1-lb. Celfo .45c Hershey Cocoa /2 lb.33c chocolate chips 6-oz. Cello. 23c French pumpkin in spice r/2-oz.25c French poultry season. I-oz.15c . No. 1 red potatoes 10-lbs.49c yellow onions 2 lbs.15c Pascal celery stalk. 19c delicious apples 2 lbs.35c Sunkist oranges 2 lbs.35c sur a grocery 211 Clevelan it so phones 6-504� 6-5047

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