The Camden News from Camden, Arkansas on December 30, 1976 · Page 5
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The Camden News from Camden, Arkansas · Page 5

Camden, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 30, 1976
Page 5
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Tuberville-Harris marry Miss Vickie Lynn Harris became the bride of Thomas Hawley Tuberville at 2 30 p m Sunday, Dec 19 at the Calvary Baptist Church in East Camden, Parents of the couple are Mrs Mary (i Harris and Mr and Mrs Charles H Tuberville Jr., all of Camden Robert t Blann performed the ceremony Music was pn'sented by Mrs Jim Starr, pianist, Mrs Robert Tutt, organist and Dr Richard Fewell, soloist, who sang "The Wedding Song," and "The ljufd’s Prayer " Candlehghters and ushers were Bill Harris, brother of the bride and Terry Tuberville, cousin of the groom The bride *as escorted by her brother, David Harris, to the candlelit altar which was decorated with bouquets of gladiolas and pink mums and greenery The bride's dress was of candlelight silk organza over bridal taffeta with a welding ring nfckline with inserts of late over the bodice of empire drsign Thi* full sleeves had inserts of lace and was held at the wrists with button cuffs The A line skirt had d deep ruffle hem with the back form ing a self train and banded with lace The veil *as fintertip length attached to a head band She carried a cascade of urchids, mums and stepho- natis Hmmr attendant was Mrs Richard Devine of Prescott She *ore a formal dress of <ie**p rose quiana with a high *aisted btidice and \ line skirt She wore a soft pink hat banded in deep ruse ribbon and earned a cascade of r«»se and pink carnations Bridesmaids were Miss Kim Tucker of Ash Flat. Ark and Mrs Kenn> Hoover o! Ki Community Spotlight Highlighting Community Events Officers installed at A ARP meeting Mre Tt etnas Te ber ville Dorado They wore dresses identical to the maid of honor Traci Lynn Word, cousin of the bride was flower girl She was dressed in a long pink dress with bands of lace around the sleeves and neck and wore a d«*»*p rose flower in her hair Brown Parmley of Hermitage served the groom as best man Marty Tuberville, cousin of the gr<*im and Michael Stokes were groomsmen Jtishua Tuberv ille of Fayetteville, nephew itf the groom, was th«' nngbearer The mother of the bride wore a formal gown of blue polyester The mother of the groom, wore a formal gown of mint green quiana jersey Both wore corsages of pink orchids A reception was held immediately following the ceremony in the fellowship hall of the church Serving the guests were Miss Mickey Knight, Mrs Margaret Wilson of Camden and Miss Nancy Cornelius of Prescott Mrs Vicki Fewell of Mrtnphis, Tenn , registered th«* guests Alter a trip through Tennessee the couple will be at home in Hermitage M C. White presided at the Dec. 28 meeting of Chapter 568 ot AARP when officers for the new year were installed The song service was conducted by the Rev M. W. Miller wtth Mrs. W M Moseley at the piano Visitors were Mrs. Mary B Keith and John Timmons Forty people were present The door prize went to Mrs. Ruth Beauclair. Mrs Beauclair conducted the installation of the officers as follows Mrs M C White-pres ident, W V Camp-first vice president, G L Burnham, second vice president; G L. Johnson-secretary and Mrs Lillian Loe-treasurer Chairmen are as follows: Mrs. Allie Beard-program, Elmer J Anderson-publicity; Mrs Lillian Bell-legislative; Mrs W M Moseley-membership. Mrs Marie Hodge activi- Fireplace suggestions told Jy »pari Dantfi ruus flying »park» often rvsult from burning pine and other coniferous wood • Follow th** instruction» on artificial logs Burn only one at a time and never add one to a burning natural wood fire e Ikin'l burn trash or wrapping» Ihev can become flying paper emhers that settle on the roof Aerosol cant, light bulb» and tome plastics can explode in a fire or produce dangerous ga»e* MEET A DAM COOK OFFICE MANAGER. r I spit vtoikt in c usI«miei st »\ m e Me s the man who sees lu il vom orders are processed patkagedand delivered to you promptlv, oilen m the sjnie dav vou pl.u e the order ite s pisi « Mie ol the Dan ( «Nik (Min e Managers I he people is ho « I« » evervthmg ior vour olii« i- Irum selling and s« iv it ni|* «opierv to printing vour business « aids Pul a Dan ( «n»k Oitue Manager I«» v»ork ior vou li>«iav ( all Dan («»«»k\ ai liti« »IIIH «u drive oui lo the t..mien Oaks shopping (enter m here liiere s plentv ni I «inventent parking next COOK’S Ofliee OiilfHlcr»-l*riiHen» t.anlcu Oak» Stio|»|»iii|(( eitler I auiilen. \rkuii»u» TI TIM ties (community service) and Mrs. Margaret Cannefax-insurance Mr. and Mrs A D. Mason were present and Mrs. Mason obliged with piano selections as requested by the chapter. Mrs. Ray Beaver will give the program at the Jan. 4 meeting Bethel Temple Assembly of God Bethel Temple Assembly of God Church in Harmony Grove will have a watchnight service on New Year's eve, Friday, beginning at 9 p m There will be special singing by the Smith family and other singers Refreshments will be served The evening will conclude with a candlelight communion service at midnight The public is invited to attend The Rev J L Smith is the pastor Gardan Oaks Shopping Cantar Camdan, Ark. 71701 9:30 HI 6:00 Man., Tuas. 4 Wed 9:30 HI 7:00 Thurs., Fri. 4 Sat. beali/“ EOM SALEFRIDAY 9:30 till 7:00| MEN’S JEANS Rtg. to $16 Valuot 9« TO 12 " Prewashed (eons in sizes 28 to 36 3 styles to choose from •P. MEN’S LEISURE 4 WESTERN fn'w S*od SHIRTS •eg. te $18 Volwo» 6.88 & 9.88 ftOY'S LONG SLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS Slock •e« te $11 3.88 to 7.88 BOY'S JEANS t PANTS Many StyWl leg. te fié Valves 3.88 to 6.88 LADIES COATS Rag. ta $100 Valva» 24.88 •a. (only 9) LADIES SHOES Idrgs C'Oup .*• te I». 7.90 & 9.90 „ Idrgs Crowe • eg. »14 •• te fSO.tS Vetoes only 150 pi Reg. to *34 MISSY FAMOUS LABEL SPORTSWEAR •a. Inipvod * 09 «w*m m a tail tpoc •acUo • ot miwy coordinatoti If % o col- toctior ot tal fosfaon ttylod <n 100\ potyastor it»# it»ot Irvo» ^ «kWm Moiri, iwMUri •os*. tkm ponti one btovtat Solids pkMdl *> fttocS Mwo. Pmi Of Ivory Saot I-18 and S M I BEDSPREADS Full 4 Twin Sizes ta«, ta $29.9« Valva» Fomovi I *ond 9.88 •a. LADIES SLACKS I BLOUSES Rag. ta $34 Valva» 3.99 »»8.99 MIN'S EUROPEAN SLACKS Large Group taf. ta $30 fomoiit Irond 12.88 •a. I Si’ll Mt »OKI FASHION FABRIC Rof. ta $3.49 yé. Large Group NOW 22' » 99** •a. MEN'S Rag. M3 to *16 DRESS SHIRTS 7.88 M. 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