The Camden News from Camden, Arkansas on November 11, 1976 · Page 6
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The Camden News from Camden, Arkansas · Page 6

Camden, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 11, 1976
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6—Comdtn (Aik.) Comdtn Now»—Tburtdoy, Notombor 11,1 976 Community spotlight Mrs. Rogers hosts Newcomers meeting he Camden Newcomer« Club met Tuesday. Nov. 9 . in the heme of Margie Rogers for the monthly potluck and business luncheon. Honored guest was Mrs. D. W. Harrell who gave a talk about the history of Camden. There were 18 members present and three guests The guests were Mary Campbell, Amanda Tate Wunnenberg and Lucille Childers. The next meeting will be held Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the United Methodist Church. A Christmas party is planned for this time. For more information phone 9H7919 or 81*9149. The Camden Newcomers Club is a social organisation whose primary objective is to welcome newcomers to the community Miss Vktle Lymoe Banrte Harris-Tuberville reveal engagement Mrs. Mary G. Harris announced the engagement and approaching marriage of her (laughter. Vickie Lynne, to Thomas Hawley Tuberville. son of Mr and Mrs. C.R Tuberville Jr The bride-elect is a senior at Henderson State University and will be graduating with a BSE degree in physical education in December She is presently doing her student teaching at Faimew The prospective groom is an August graduate of South Arkansas University with a a BSE degree in physical education He is presently employed with the Hermitage School System as a coach and science teacher Miss Hams is the granddaughter of Mrs Earl Eubank of Camden and the late Earl Eubank and Mr and Mrs Will Harris of Sparkman. Grandparents of the groom are Mrs C R Tuberville Sr . and the late Mr Tuberville and the late Mr and Mrs T M Chambliss, all of Camden Vows of the couple will be exchanged Dec 20 at 2:99 p m at Calvary Baptist Church on Hampton Rood. No cards are being issued REACT recognizes Queen City CB Club The recognition of Queen ttoo MVf precious moments in City Citisens Band Club. 1» disaster situations where Center St.. as an official emergency oxygen or a resusci- REACT team has been tator is needed announced by REACT head* “Citixens radio has many quarters in Chicago. III. othef community uses as well REACT is a community pro- ** possibilities in the event of gram to provide organized citi- **«tional disaster." he added sens two-way radio communi- "Through organised effort, we cation in local emergencies An expect to utilise its potential independent, non-profit public more fully " service program. Citizens two-way radio was REACT’s objectives are to pro- cre*ted by the Federal Com- vide a supplementary system munications Commission to of radio communications for »*tisfy a need for low-cost, two- local emergency situations and r*d*° f°r necessary and to promote correct and effi- business communication cient use of Citizens Band Today, anyone over II years of radio, according to the REACT agemay own a citizens radio announcement. communication system once he More than 49,999 participants ^ *PPl*ed for and received are orgnized into approxi- hl# easily-obtained radio sta- mately 1.M0 REACT teams in iHm ,icen*e There are no the U S and Canada exams required. The license Coordinating the Camden co*u 94 and may be secured by effort will be Charles Nettles. m,n* «" application with the president of the Camden club. ***d Nettles Nettles said the group is work- Adaptable to s hoot of office, ing toward a schedule of mom- industrial, farm, home auto­ ton ng the official emergency nubile and leisure-tune appli- channel 24 hours a day for the «tuns- these radios have a purpose of relaying emergency practical range of 19-J9 miles, messages to proper authori- depending upon geography and ties "In many communities, citizen two-way radio has proven the difference between life and death.” Nettles pointd out. “From an accident scene on a remote country road, a citizen whose cars is so equiped csn instantly alert an ambulance, a doctor or a hospital He can WAF will meet here Saturday The Women's Aglow Fellowship of Camden will meet Saturday at 939 a m at the Carnes Park Community Building Orlene McKimmey Norris of El Dorado. WAF state president. will be the gue*t speaker, along with Sherry Boyd of Lake Village and Ruth Finley of Lonoke, both presidents of their local WAF chapters The three recently returned from Seattle. Wash where they attended the International Con­ vention of Women’s Aglow Fellowships. which is sn interde- * nominational fellowship of' Christian women They will report on this in their talks snd Mrs Norris will also spesk on ’ ‘'Entering the Sabath Rest " All women are invited to attend Information concerning the nursery may be obtained at 09-3721. The Rev Rufus J Wombte of Uttle Rock will be the speaker for the December of the Cam * den WAF chapter * i a » % • - Jr m real sippiri whiskey Mm Miss Lillie Maurice Goosett Gossett-El I i o tt te 11 plans ofmarriage atmospheric Nettles conditions, said Mrs. Hannah Evans Gossett has snnounced the engagement of her daughter. Lillie Maurice. to Johnny Elliott, son of Mr snd Mrs Grady Elliott Sr . all of Camden Mias Gossett is the daughter of the late Samuel Gossett, Sr She is a 1975 graduate of Camden High School and is presently employed by the Employment Security Division The prospective groom is a 1972 graduate of Faimew High School and is a staff sergeant serving with the U S Air Force at BtytheviHe Air Force Base Hie wedding will be an event of Nov 20 at 4 p m at the home of the bride Cards will be issued locally Household hints Bearden arts-crafts fair set The Bearden Arts and Crafts Fair will be an all-day event Saturday. Nov 13 at the Lions Club building in Bearden A variety show will follow in the evening at the high school auditorium The Freeo Extension Homemakers Club is sponsoring the event Many interesting booths will have exhibits and crafts for sale Invitational exhibits are welcome All exhibits must be in by 10 s.m There will be food and drinks for sale, besides s bake sale and flea market Shown to the public for the first time will be the Gayle St John doll collection. Copies of the new publication entitled “Sags of Bearden" will be off the press in time for distribution This book con­ tains more than 399 pages of historical facts and events with doaens of priceless old photographs furnished by individuals and compiled by the dub and the Bicentennial Commission. Fair time is 19 a m to 7:39 p m. with the variety show following at the school Music for this will be furnished by bonds from the surrounding towns. After knowing the convenience of an automatic dishwa-sher, very few people would want to go back to hand washing dishes and scrubbing poU and pans But along with wanting convenience, homemakers also want to conserv** ♦ nergy Here are some tips to help make your dishwasher more energy effi cient. e Wash full loads Having a halfTilled dishwasher may take the same amount of electricity and hot water as a ful ly loaded machine e Use the short cycle for lightly to normally soiled loads. e Use correct amount of detergent (too little or too much can cause spotting or filming depending on water hardnes*» From I ht I-\peris— * Plan jhejd pian cas vrrolrs of rooked dr\ l>aans freeze well to pro*id»* winter “quickie m»*als Hr««/in< softens beans somewhat so cook the bears until barely tender for the la**t quality frozen product, say home ♦•conomists at the I S l)ep.irtm< nt of Agru ulture Take taste flights of fancy with other cheeses and fruits You'll find many rewarding and lovely dessert combinations And remember there's no cooking involved THÜR*' TIME ► *ETG KTBS KARK K1 VEKT AL KATV KNOE KTHV KSLAKT VT KXTX w 9 it) [ A»* ALrtlfVll* 3 (3 4 i * i 10 4, 6 67 17, 8 31 1 1 m 12 15. 1 1 <10! 39 (H) 1 >HBf • III I 11 80'. ►fl OOBAOO 1 Í 1 A líl ANA 11 till BO< * MONK i| iiMif y{)< » ± . 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