Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 11, 1976 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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At Lincoln Church Miss Judy Ann Murray Weds The First Bapllsl Church of 1.' .' V j :, ,i;i [or UlC' wcddlnc ot Miss Judy Ann Mur; King of while polyester organ/a with Vcnlsc lace forming a front bib mut the high neckline. The SLyme lace accented Ihe full Bishop sleeves ancf edged the full skirl which terminated into a chapel length train. She wore a mantilla of sheer illusion edged in lace and carried -- ....,, -..,,, slyli/£d bouquet of carnations performed by the Rev. Gary anil daisies in shades of -blue, ilurney o[ Leach. Okla. Vows' pink, yellow and white, were exchanged before a whit/!. Preceding the brldo were wrought Iron archway entwined. Little Miss Lc Ann Inert ot with white roses and bridal' Fayeltfiville, the flower girl, raj 1 nnd Steven Donus recently. Ui: its of Ulu couple arc Mr. and Mrs. Frank Murray and I . iiiul Mrs.. b a r r e n King, all of Lincoln. · Tlio double rinR riles were K u r c i i i M . v . i ne U U V , ^liltOll Poscy, pastor of the church, /assisted and gave a prayer of dedication, Jatuin Snarr, pianist, present/id a prognim of prcmipLial music and background music during the ceremony, using selected traditional and contemporary compositions. , Walking to Ihe nHar with her Hither, the hride wore a gown ana iviasier itonnic lung 01 ran, Worth, Texas, the* bridegroom's! nephew who was the ringbear- er. : Mrs. Jimmy Murray, the bride's sister-in-law. \v i\ s matron of honor. Bridesmaids wpre Miss Darlene Prince, Miss Jay no Hale, Miss Shcri King, t h e ' bridegroom's sister, = and Mrs. Miirtin King, his sister-in- law. They were Identically gowned in floor-length dresses with thfi exception of color. Each wore a matching hat to complement the color ot her gown whicli was designed in a color of blue, pink, yellow or green. They car ried spring flowers. John Meflord was best man Groomsmen were Ronald K i n f of l''orl Worth, Texas, and Martin King of Lincoln, the bridegroom's brothers, Jimmy Murray of Lincoln, the brute's brother, and James Jacob of Russollville. Ushers were the bride's brothers. Jerry Murray and Jeffrey M u r r a y . Mr. mid Mrs. Murray entertained for their daughter and her husband with a reception in the church Fellowship Hall. Receiving guests with the bridal couple were t h e i r parents. For the; occasion, Mrs. Murray chose a floor-length green polyester knit dress accented with a gr^en orchid. Mrs. King, the bridegroom's mother, was attired in a long blue polyester knit dress with a matching jacket. At her shoulder she wore a white orchid. A hand-crocheted while table cloth covered Ihe bride's lable which held a tiered wedding cake and punch. The cake, separated by Grecian columns and topped wilh · miniature wedding bells, was served by Miss Palty Slonn. Miss Marie Maloney served the punch. Misses Stone and Mnlonoy also presided at the guest book Hie couple will make their borne in Abilene, Tex. where they Will attend Hardln-Sim- mons University. : Among the out-of-town guests were Dr. and Mrs. E.D. Dunlan of Abilene, the bridegroom i grandparents; Mr. and Mrs Bob Stevens ot Novvala. Okla.' Mrs. Gary Burncy of Leach Okla.; Mrs. Honald Kinc and Travis King of fort Wortli Tex.. lli.e bridegroom's sistcl and her son; Mr. and Mrs. Rae del Thomas. Mrs. Dattmai Strand and Mrs. Amanda Inert 11 of Fnyellcville. Organisi To Present Concert C o n c e r t organist ElolUe Hudson will appear i" concert Tiuirfithiy, April 22, at 7:30 p.m. at Ihe Ratnay Junior High School Cafeteria, 401 South Sang, Fayettevillc. Hudson will he performing as part of t h c Y a m a ti a Organ Artist Showcase. Rollic Hudson is proof that the best music comes from tin hewrl. Blind since b i r t h , b earned his Master of M u s i 1 degree from DeE'aut University in Chicago, III. Some of hi other performing credits in elude leaching organ to botl professionals and amateurs, a popular Chicagoland radio sho\ entitled "Organ Scraphook" an a new album entitled "Th Mciodic Touch." Playing professionally for 1 years in Chicago, RollEc Hudso Is noted for his crowd-picasin blend of the latest in popula material with more traditional works. The concert is free. ..MRS. STEVEN D.KING was Miss Judy Ann Murray before her 'marriage Writes Book Robert L. Savage, asslslan professor of political science a !he University of Arkansas, i the author of "The Lltera ol Systematic Qimnlilativ Comparison in American Slat Politics: An Assessment." Dr. Thomas J. Bellow! chairman of the Department o f j Political Science, said the work; had just been released as Report No, II og a series published by the Center for the; atuclv ot Federalism at Tempi University. BLIND ORGANISI 1 . . . in appear in concert ai Rominr/ Junior High School ]j||L[]1|lll|]|![INIIIL11llilllil!Lll3!IILIII!EIIIII[llllllLllilEIEM TTT \YOMEN Sunday, April 11, 1976 · 38 '':i::';ii ;;!, 3i: IN: IN :!;: 'ii: ;:: ii; :iii,: 'Nil ;!!i 'ii VA Hospital Patients Note Birthdays Birthdays ol patients «t the / e t c r a n s Administration lospital were observed last week - b y members of the American Legion and Auxiliary. There were 18 honorccs on ,hrce hospital wards and prizes were awarded to Paul Walker, trwin Sonner and Robert Gilmore. Lcgionaircs assisting were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Madclox,' Mrs. Maye Copenhaver, Mrs. Audrey Light Eool, Mrs. Gertrude Welch, Kenneth Sequin, Mrs. Johnsie Dean, Mrs, Wanda Hill, Mrs. Margaret Kobcrls and Mrs. Donna Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Fred GuUey and Bill Hulse were hosts for the coffee served Thursday in hospital recreation hall. 5x7 color portrait offer ends Sat., April 17 One special offer pel 1 family. Second child photographed individually-- ' Each addnl. subject in groups -- Children® Photographer «tsn p»SSIOBTS*-*OOPY**B£STOR«10« Northwest Arkansas I'laia Faycllcvillc -- Phnnc 442.8885 . . . And we have some charming dress-up fashions (or little ones. This boys' 5-piocc vested suit is in while twill wilh'navy dotted shirt and navy lie. Sizes M-I^XL, $18.)8. Girls' sleeveless tiered dresses in pink or yellow rosebud print with lace trim. One size lo fi months, $7.25. Puff sleeve dress in pink or mint wilh multi-rows of lace trim, Children's Department · Second Floor (3pbciiT3ii u Northwest Interiors Takes pride in Announcing Their Grand Opening Celebration beginning April 9, 1976 A very special event with the finest in home furnishings displayed in decorated room setting. You are invited to come in and (jet acquainted with us in Northwest Arkansas' newest Showplace of Fine Furniture. Interior Design and Assistance Are Available If You So Desire. Northwest Interiors Charles and Nettie Everett 'Tours For Better Living" Open Now 9:00 AM t-o 6:00 PM, Monday thru Saturday Sunday, April 11 -- 1-6 Browsing Only 101 N. Spring St. Springdale, Arkansas Phone 756-1191

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