The Camden News from Camden, Arkansas on October 4, 1972 · Page 5
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Here’n There With Lucelle Newton Phone 836-8192 MISS RHONDA GAIL ROGERS Rogers-Reynolds Nuptials Planned Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Rogers announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their (laughter Khonda Gail to Jimmy Lee Reynolds. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Reynolds. All are of Camden. The grandparents of the bride- to-be are Mr and Mrs C. A Rogers of Dumas and Mr. and Mrs. tiuein Moseley of Camden. The grandparents of the groom- to-be are Mr. and Mrs. Less Reynolds of Ouachita and the late Mr and Mrs. Johnny Brian. Miss Rogers graduated from Fairview High School in 1972 and is presently attending Southern State College. Mr. Reynolds graduated from Fairview High School in 1970 and attended Southern State College for two years. He is presently enrolled at Southwest Technical Institute. The wedding will be an event of December 16 at Grace Baptist Church at eleven o’clock in the morning. No cards will be issued locally. MISS LA VERNE McDONAlD Mr. and Mr». L.V. McDonald announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, LaVerne, to Flemon Green. He is the son of Mrs. Ethel Green of Camden, and the late Flemon Green. The wedding will take place Friday, October 7, at the home of the bride's parents. Bearden üy SUSIE DIAL SUSIE DIAL Miss Vicki Nance, bride-elect of Rev Randy Hopkins, was complimented with a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening in fellowship hall of the First Assembly of God Church Guests were registered by Mrs Joyann Quarles Greeting the guests were the honoree, her mother. Mrs Billie Nance, Mrs Richard Hopkins and Mrs John Tomlinson Each wore corsages, compliments of the hostesses Vicki wore a yellow dress with an empire line, puffed sleeves and bottom flounce Her flowers were in yellow and green mums, indicating the chosen wedding colors Alternating at the refreshment table, which was covered in yellow with a lace overlay, were Mrs Jane Clemons, Mrs Earnestine Pate, Misses POLLY’S POINTERS Stop Angora Shedding With These Two Tips By POLLY CRAMER DEAR POLLY—I hope to help Lee whose handmade angora stole sheds. I have always wrapped my angora sweaters (or any that shed) in a towel and put them in the refrigerator overnight or for at least 12 hours. This has always worked for us but, needless to say, do not do it if any food in the refrigerator has a strong odor.— KATHY DEAR POLLY—Tell Lee that a can of hair spray could be the solution for her angora stole that sheds on her clothing and anything it touches. Hold the can of spray about eight inches above the stole, which should be placed on a flat surface, and spray lightly. Let dry, turn inside out and repeat. This really helps and does not harm the material. The nap may also be brushed up with a soft brush and then sprayed for a fluffier look —JOAN Polly's Problem DEAR POLLY—We are planning a wedding anni- | versary party for my folks and would like to make | a family tree but do not know what to use or how to I make it. There are four families involved so we i would be able to make a nice tree. I also would be I interested in any other anniversary party hints that ? anyone may have. Thank you.—MRS. L. B. s> **''*" MM9 '' >". si % ' v ' DEAR POLLY—My Pet Peeve is that, during an election year, candidates put up signs and posters everywhere. When the election is over the posters are taken down but many signs are left up until they fall down, which is certainly an eyesore. Can something be Camden (Ark.) Camden News — Wednesday, October 4, 1972 — 5 Gamma Pi Conducts September Meeting HONORED AT COFFEE — Lenora Risher, at center, is shown with her mother, Mrs. Joe Risher at left, and David's mother, Mrs. Foard Glaze, at right. The picture was made Saturday morning at the coffee given for Lenora in the Harold Campbell home. Coffee Honors Lenora Risher THUMB TACKS done about making sure these signs are all removed? - SHERRIE DEAR POLLY—I did get so tired of retying those strings on my ironing board cover but could not tie them permanently as the cover must be removed to be washed ever so often. Finally I placed two thumbtacks on the under part of the board. After pulling the strings tight I wrapped each strand securely around each tack. This works beautifully and keeps the cover smooth and even.—A. L. R. Mrs. Harold Campbell and Mrs. Richard Mosley gave a lovely coffee Saturday morning in the Campbell home to honor Lenora Risher, who will wed David Glaze next month. The honoree chose a white knit dress with Val lace trim, and her dress was complimented by a corsage of white Sweetheart rosebuds. Her mother, Mrs Joe Risher, wore pink knit, with pink rosebuds in her corsage, and David’s mother. Mrs Foard Glaze, was in yellow knit, with matching rosebuds Russett mums and carnations in autumn-hued tones, centered a highly polished table in the dining room where coffee was served A fresh pineapple, filled with delectable fruits, was at one end of the table on a silver tray. The guest book was kept by Miss Susan King in the family room, marked with a single red rose in a silver bud vase. Assisting with the serving courtesies were Misses Michelle and Cathey Campbell, Grace Mosley, Mrs Dean Dunn. Mrs. Jack Luzader, and Mrs. Jim Peppers Seventy five guests came during the hours of 10 a m and 12 noon Washington Russet Potatoes Bake With Cheese And Onion Gamma Pi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, held its meeting September 26 in the home of Kathy Jordan, with Margaret Jones presiding. Terry Sullivan was co-hostess. Joan Campbell, chairman of this year’s Valentine ball, discussed plans for the annual event. Janie Schanzlin presented the Lucy’s Line OCTOBKR'S PARTY While strolling down a wooded lane On a brisk September day I met a lovely feathered friend The ‘tattle-tale’—Blue Jay Who was heralding a message Direct from old North Wind Saying: “Summer days are over And autumn is here again.” Thus came the invitation To the mother trees To dress their lovely offspring And come with Autumn Breeze To October’s gala party Where Mother Nature reigns And her lovely colorama Puts modern blends to shame “We shall wear our scarlet gowns. ” Exclaimed the Blacgum daugh ters; So, they adorned themselves in bright, bright red And danced with joy and laughter. Others dressed in fuchia. Bronze and purest gold But the Evergreens were offended That they had not been told I know not how this came about But North Wind, clear and bold Said—“Nature s own tradition That is, nobody knows-how old.” Gladys B Long Norphlet. Arkansas program, entitled “All Together Now”. She emphasized how much a becoming hair style adds to the total look of good grooming She discussed how to have healthy hair, and showed pictures of several new fall hairstyles. Mrs. Schanzlin also won the hostess gift. A birthday gift was packed by the group, to be mailed to Cindy Williams at Girl’s Town. Austin. Tex. Following a delightful social hour, the club adjourned with the Mizpah, said in unison by members PERSONALS Ralph and Charlyne Reed have returned from French Lick. Ind., where they attended the annual convention of the Saintpaulia International at the French Lick Sheratan Resort Hotel. They received an engraved plaque for the best Commercial Display and a Special Rosette for the best in horticulture. They exhibited 20 African Violets and received award ribbons on each plant, including 16 “Firsts”, and 4 “Second Place”. Mrs. H.C. Wade and Maylon were in town last night for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Gilleland. Mr. Wade taught Sunday School for a number of years in the First Christian Church before moving to Lewisville, Tenn. Mrs. Wade, who has a number of friends in Camden, will spend a month in Ft. Worth with Maylon. Pest Control i»BOM’Oftl(S Inc IAHM* Day Phone 836-9336 Washington State Kusset potatoes are ieatureü m an interesting side dish that is a superb partner to fried chicken, roast beef or steak. Thinly sliced Kusset potatoes and onions are layered with grated Monterey Jack cheese and baked in a crumb-coated baking dish. When the potatoes are fork tender, the golden crusted loaf is inverted on a serving platter and served in pie- shaj>ed wedges. Washington Russets are all-purpose potatoes that cook evenly and retain their shape every way they’re prepared. You’ll recognize these high quality potatoes by their oval shape, light netting and shallow eyes. Au Gratin Potato Mold 4 to 5 Washington State Russet potatoes PRINCE AND PRINCESS OF THE FAIR — Cindy Franklin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Franklin of Bastrop, La., was named princess of the Northeast Louisiana Cotton Festival and Fair held September 26, at Bastrop. Cindy won over 23 other contestants. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Turner of Camden and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Franklin of Gurdon. John Edward Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wilson, Jr., of Bastrop, was named the prince of the Fair. Oil tablespoons fine dried bread crumbs 1 medium onion, thinly sliced Vi pound grated Monterey Jack cheese 1 teaspoon salt Vs teaspoon pepper Pare and thinly slice potatoes into cold water. Let stand 30 minutes. Drain thoroughly and dry with paper towels. Oil round 2-quart casserole. Sprinkle with bread crumbs Arrange several alternating layers of potatoes, onion and cheese in casserole. Sprinkle each layer of |>otatoes with salt and pepper. Cover and bake in a 375-degree oven I hour 15 minutes, or until potatoes are tender. Invert on platter. Cut in pie-shaped wedges. Makes 8 servings. Doesn’t your family deserve the best? In memorials, the best is Seal mark Rock of Ages. Only these famous memorials offer you the choicest granite . . . the very finest craftsmanship . . . the most meaningful guarantee, that protects both you and your cemetery. As your local Authorized Dealer, we ha\e a complete selection of Seal mark Rock of Ages Memorials. Visit us soon. EDEnn^ « Personalized courteous service. Prompt delivery anywhere in south Arkansas. Information without obligation, at any time, Sundays and Holidays. Call, write, or visit our Complete Displays. Camden Monument Works, Inc. 606 Washington St. N.E. Camden, Arkansas 71701 -836-2186 Eddie Parker, Gen. Mgr. Darlene and Theresa Rousey. An arrangement of yellow glads and mums centered the table. Tables, the entire length of the hall , were laden with gifts for the viewers pleasure Hostesses were Mmes Jaunita Rousey, Brenda Graham, Jane (’lemons, Inez Mosley, Ear nestine Pate and Joyann Quarles Out-of town guests included Mrs Ruby Cathy, Mrs John Tomlinson, Mrs Carl Sullivan and Mrs Jack Nutt all of Thornton, Mrs Gladys Johnson, Mrs Ona Clay and Mrs Myrtle Knight of Camden One hundred came during the evening The wedding will take place October Mon the First Assembly of God Church at seven in the evening. Circles of the First United Pilot Club Annual Tea Conducted The Camden Pilot Club entertained Sunday, September 24, with its annual tea honoring members of the Anchor Club, and their mothers. The ballroom of Hotel Camden was the setting for the party, and was decorated with lovely flowers of the fall season. Yellow mums arranged with matching tapers in candelabras, centered the serving table where Misses Angela Livingston and Jimmie Ann Murphy, served, the sixty guests. Mrs. Melba Bradshaw is president of the Pilot Club, Linda Lum is president of the Anchor Club, sponsored by the Pilots, and Mrs. Nancy Hurley is faculty advisor The hostess Methodist Church held the following meetings The Kate Mahan Circle met in the home of Mrs Susie Dial on Monday evening for the September meeting Mrs Winnie Tucker, program leader, opened the program with the singing of “Just When I Need Him Most". Scripture reference was taken from Psalm 37, and a reference was also taken from Guideposts, entitled “I Walked Through Here” She closed with a poem. “A Strange Visit” followed with prayer. Mrs Bettye Word, circle chairman was in charge of the business session, which included the report of the treasurer, the minutes, and flowers for the sanctuary of the church for October Fourteen members were present, including Mrs. Lillian Mason, a new member She gave a brief resume on “Bearden Community Action Council”. Mrs. Millie Anthony was a visitor Mrs Cozette Thompson Calendar Of Events WEDNESDAY Open meeting of AA’s, 8 p.m., 140 Washington St. Wednesday. Episcopal Churchwomen will meet in undercroft of church, 7 30 p m THURSDAY Benefit Night VFW Post 4554, VFW Building, 8 p.m. Examination for those wishing credit from flower arranging School 1, First Presbyterian Church, 9 a.m. Ladies Day at country club for members only. Call Mrs. Goodwin White Jr. or Mrs. Dan Byars for reservations by noon committee was composed of Pilots Helen Turner, June Livingston and Annette Wilson assisted Mrs Dial with the refreshments The Sloan Gatling Circle met with Mrs Rosalyn Venable on Monday afternoon, with eight members present. Mrs Mamie Bass, program chairman, used Billy Graham's explanation of the ¿3rd Psalm, as a basis for her interesting program. Refreshments were served after the meeting Sympahty is extended to the Womack family in the loss of a loved one, K R Womack. Mrs Rosalyn Venable is visiting her sister, Dr and Mrs Forest Dunaway in Little Rock. Roland Womack returned Saturday from Houston, Texas where he had been visting his sister and family, Mrs Martha Hull. Mrs Jaunita Looney and Mrs Susie Dial attended the Retired Teachers Retreat on Petit Jean last week They returned by way of Hot Springs for an overnight Annual installation of Kiwams Club officers, 7:30 p.m. Gay’s Steak House. College Chatter Larry Grayson, son of Mr. and Mrs J, K Grayson, has been elected to serve as sophomore senator in the student senate at Ouachita University Larry is a music education major, a member of Beta Beta social club, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, and the President’s Council. Simplified Layers \ simplified version of the layered look comes with tri­ colored one piece dresses that look layered. An A-line skirt with contrasting bodice and collars and sleeves of a different color looks like a vest, skirt and blouse, all in one simple dress visit with Mrs Reba Mann Mr. and Mrs John Cox and daughter, Shannon Ann of Bowling Green, Ky., left Sunday after a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs Hubert Benton, and Mr and Mrs. Jack Cox, and other relatives Mr and Mrs Dale Mauldin and daughter of Camden, visited Mr and Mrs W.A Word on Sunday. Mr and Mrs (¿ouis Berry visited Mrs Lillian James and Mrs Kathryn Ingram at Pine Bluff on Sunday junior BALCONY Sizes 3* 15 13 00 to 16.00 mm

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