Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 5, 1972 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 5, 1972
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MRS. GARY EUGENE MULLINS . . . she was Miss Judy Kay Washam M ullins- Washam. : f · ' · . · ' · - . · Vows Solemnized The Pocahontas First United which fanned into chapel lengih. Methodist Church was the set-1A Juliet cap of lace and pearls Miss Hughey Complimented With Shower Miss Miiry HuKlioy, bride- clccl of Larry A, Cuthcnrt,,.\yns complimented W|lh ' 'a m,ls- ccllnncouB. In'ldijl' sliywor Weil- nesdiiy evpiilnB, AuK',"l,' nt'the, homo of Mrs, uiqil 'Knglnnd, Co-hostcsson wot'o' Mi's, 'Clyde Terry, Mrs. Rptiort J. Whito unil Mrs. Robert Jonklnit,' ' CoVsafes of wliUp daisy'i^ms wci'o prcsoiiUid 'UTlho honoroc; her 1 mother, Mrs.' Robert Hughoy nnd lo Mrs, Al Call)- carl, mother of the- f jiturc brldo groom.' , ' . ' . , .V Miss Hugliey's chosen, colors of yellow nnd while were carried on I In the decor and refreshments o[ punch ( a n d cake. . ' ' ' , · ' , A while heirloom clotli over yellow covered Hie serving lable, which was' centered wim an arrangement of daisy poms Appointments tor the table were silver. The honorec was assisted with the opening and recording of nor gifts by her sister, Mrs. Susan Scott. . . .. , The guest book was attended by Miss Cecily England, Three serving pieces of Hie bride-clod's chosen stainless t a b l e w a r e pallern were prqsenlcd lo her by the, hostesses. Miss Huglicy and her fianco will be married Tuesday, Aug 15 in the First Christian Church, Dr., Airs. Mu//ins Are Hosts For Rehearsal Dinner ",ting for Ihe wedding of Miss ·Judy Kay Washam and G a r y .Eugene Mullins of Fayetteville ·on Saturday evening, July 29. · · Parents of the couple are Mr. ··and Mrs. John Owens Washam · of Pocahonlas and Dr. and Mrs. Mullins of Fayelte- secured her elbow lengih veil of sheer : silk illusion. She carried a bouquet of slepha- notVs, centered with a white Dr. and Mullins . of Mrs. David Fayetteville terlaincd for their s o n , Gary Eugene, and his fiancee, Miss Judy Washam, members of their wedding party, the im ·David wile. The Hev. Leroy Thompson of : Clinton, 111.; uncle of the bride, read an Impressive double ring ceremony before a large assemblage of relatives and friends. Tall white baskets filled with white, gladioli interspersed with bridal greenery marked the place of ceremony before an altar illuminated with stately spiral cathedral tapers burning ;4n seven-branched candelabras -which were entwined with gar"lands of daisies and ivy. Lighted handles in hurricane lamps, tied with white ribbons, were al- ·ternated at the ends of the pews .along the bridal aisle. , Miss Debbie Helton of Mc-Gehee, organist, played a re- .'cital of prenuptial musi'c. She ·accompanied Ken Helton of McGehee as he sang Malotte's "The Lord's Prayer" as the 'couple knelt in benediction. Walking to the altar with her ·father, who marriage, the gave bride her in wore a gown of white organza and -Chantilly lace. The Empire "bodice of lace was designed .with a high neckline embroider,'ed in seed pearls and full organza sleeves cuffed in lace. A .panel of the same lace extended 'down the front of the A-!ine -skirt. Appliqued lace flowers 'enhanced the .detachable train hybrid orchid, and ribbon shower. Miss Kathy Washam, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Her gown of mint green polyester was designed with a high neckline and short' puffed sleeves. The floor-length skirt was softly gathered at the Empire waistline which was defined with white, yellow and green lace. Her headpiece was a Juliet cap of matching mint green tulle also trimmed in ace. She carried a cascade Douquet of yellow glamelias. Miss Carolyn Mullins of Palo Alto,-Calif., sister of the br.rde- groom, and Miss · Patricia Thompson of Clinton, 111., the bride's cousin, bridesmaids, were gowned ' like' the honor attendant and wore matching headpieces and carried yellow glamelias. Little Miss Kathy Ring of Pocahontas, dressed in a floor length gown and matching headpiece, identical to the attire of the other attendants, preceded the bride to the 'altar. She scattered yellow and white flower petals from a white basket. Dr. Mullins served his son as best man. Groomsmen were David W. Mullhis, Jr. of Cambridge, Mass., brother of the bridegroom, and Robert Allen of Fayelteville. James Slallcup and Mark Bradley .both of Fayetteville were ushers. Doug Washam, brother of the bride, and Steve Thompson of Clin- mediate families close friends at : Dr. J. P. Fulton ; To Preside At Meeting In Mexico '",. Dr. J. P. Fulton, University ~of Arkansass plant pathologist, will preside as president of the American Phytopathological Society this next week when it · meets in Mexico City, Mexico. · Accompanying Dr. Fulton to -the international conference are three other UA Agricultural F,x- ; periment Station plant patho- legists. ""· Giving papers on research -conducted on various types of "Arkansas crop diseases will be: : Dr. J. N. McGuire, plant pathologist; Dr. F. H. Tainter, as- distant plant pathologist; and "M. L. Hamblen, research assistant. ton, HI., the were acolytes. bride's cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Washam entertained for their daughter and her husband in the ,church Fellowship Hall after the cere- Bridge News wore Mrs. Leroy There were 25 participants in the Monday night bridge parly at the Community Adult Center. Walter Reif reported that the 'winners in consecutive order ·sverc: Ora Belle R o l l o w , ·Martha Relf, Ed Maille, Flor- Ernest Von nnd Marian -cnco Gregory, F.rdmannsdorft Sagar. Anyone fifty years of nge or older is eligible to participate In the activities of the Center. Additional information may ,1)0 obtained by calling 443-3512 ·" The Fayetteville Duplicnto 'Bridge Club met Monday .evening, wilh the following players plnylng a Howcll move. menl: . _ , , ·,,. Mrs, Norman McCartney nnd Mm. Vern Harper, fitst; Mrs. Mnrgnrct Rodman and Mrs, Mnck I'\ Thompson, second; Mrx. Roy Bnrbco nnd Mrs. Alex Glnder, third and Mrs. Xclda Nybcrg find Mrs. Robert Brown, ·fourth. , Interesting Eggs · For Interesting scrambled :«i{8B al brunohtlmo, 1 ndd crisply cooked crumbled bacon and drained pnnncd wholn-korncl eotn lo iho cflK mixture Jiul before it In net, ' mony. Hostesses Thompson of Clinton, III., t h e bride's aunt; Mrs. John McCollum and Miss Tina Smith, bolh of Corning; Miss Sharon K a y Holder and Miss Beverly Hold-, er, both of Jonesboro; Miss Jill McCollum, Miss Ann Peebles and Miss Barbara Jean Peebles, all of Ash Flat, and Miss Patty Robertson of Jackson, Miss. Miss Pam Tyer of Pocahontas presided at the guest book. After a wedding trip, the' young couple will be at home in Pittsburgh, Pa., where Mr. Mullins will be a graduate student at Carnegie-Mellon University. Among the out-of-town guesls, other than thosb mentioned in the wedding party, were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pickens, Coy Parsley and Miss Golda Jarvis all of Newport; Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Worsham of Walnut Ri'dge; Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Ho- berls of Florissant, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Pickney of Cape Girardeau. Mo.; David Pickney of Jonesboro; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Robertson and Jay of Jackson, Miss.; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Allen, Mr. and Mrs. W, II. Bradley, Dr. and Mrs. Mrs. Harry Vandergriff all of Fayetteville; Miss MarqueUa Kellelt of Springfield, Mo.; Mrs. Jess Howard of Williford; Mrs. Dick Pratt and Mrs. Lynn Garner of H o r s e Shoe Bend; Miss RegglH Helton of McGc- liec; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mullins of New Pnltz, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hinds of-Tucson, Ariz.; Mr. a n d Mrs. Marvis Sanders and son, Brian, of Ifunlsville,' Ala.; Tom Peebles, Miss Joy Klssell, Miss Lita and a few a rehearsal dinner on Friday evening in Pocahontas.. : . . The three-course dinner was served in a private dining room of the Hillcrest Motel. .; . . : · An arrangement of painted daisies and white , gladioli, flanked by silver candelabra holding, lighted yellow tapers entwined with green, yellow and white ribbons formed the centerpiece of the dining table which was covered in white linen. Arrangements of the same flowers were placed al points of vantage throughout the room. Place cards depicting a miniature bride and groom and embossed in silver marked each place. After dinner, Miss Washam gave her attendants pearl drops on silver chains and Mr. Mullins presented his groomsmen with engraved sterling silver k e y rings. ·For the occasion . Miss Washam wore a trousseau frock of - green polyester enhanced with a wide belt that fastened in the back. At her shoulder she wore a gift corsage of painted daisies. The guest list included Mr. and Mrs. John Washam, the bride-elect's parents, and her brothers and sister, Doug, Jimmy and Kathy, and Judge Harold Simpson all of Pocahontas; David W^ Mullins, Jr. of Cambridge, Mass.; Miss Carolyn Mullins of Palo Alto, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Mullins of New Paltz, N.Y.; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hines of Tucson, Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs. Marvis Sanders and Brian of · Huntsville, Ala.; Rev. and Mrs. Leroy T h o m p s o n a n d children, Patricia, Steven and Scott all of Clinton, 111.; Misses Ann and Barbara Jean Peebles of Ash Flat; Robert Allen, Mark Bradley and James Stallcup all of Fayetleville; Ken, Debbie and Reggie Helton all of McGehee. Annual Open House Held At Peterson Home One of the highlights of the summer social season is the annual open house at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Peterson at Decatur. Miss CrawfojaV Roger D. Davis To Be Married Mr. and Mrs* Raymond M. Crawford 'of 'Llncplri announce' tho forthcoming mnrrlngt) o( ' Ihclr daughter, Ruth' 'Ann, to ' Roger D. Duyl3,"soir of Aaroh , Davis of FtfrmlnBtOn and tlie ; late Mrs. Ha/el 'Davis of Summers. ';:.' J,' . V · .; · Mlits Crawford Is Iho 1 granddaughter of Mr, and 'Mrs. Bailey J, Holdmun of Kvansvlllc and Ihe late Mr.- a n i i Mrs. ', Ira Crawford of Blythevillc. Grandparents' of the-' future bridegroom arc Iho'lalc Mr. and · Mrs. Frank Nichols of Summers., and Mrs, Poarl Davis', and the l a t e Sam Davis of Weslvl!le Okln. Thp bride-elect Was graduated In 1970 from .Kindlcy High School in Bermuda, where she was also a 1970 debutante at the Queen's;Birthday Ball. Sho is presently a junior at the University of Arkansas, where she is majoring in political science. Her fiance was gradyalcd from Farmington High School In 1967. He served for three years In the, U, S. Army in Germany and' Greece. He ' is presently employed at Soars'in the Northwest Arkansas Plaza. The wedding Is planned for August 12 at the Evansvlllc Community Church at. Evan- svilie. A reception will follow at the Community Biiildlng. Friends and relatives' of tile couple are invited tp attend. ?: It . MR. AND MRS. RONALD STROUD . . . she. was Miss Debbie Ham Church Ceremony Unites Miss Ham, Ronald Stroud Huntsville -- The sanctuary of the Presley Chapel., Church was the setting for the wedding of Miss Debbie Ham and Ronald Stroud on; Friday evening, June 23, at 7:30 p.m. . Parents of Ihe bride are Mr. accessories. . The bridegroom's mother was attired in a pink and while dress wilh white accessories. The bride's table was covered with a white linen cloth and centered with ah arrangement The white tiered cake, ecorated with yellow flowers nd lopped with a miniature ridal couple was served by rtrs. A'rvil. Hatfield. Mrs. Rex :anders presided at the punch ·owl. Following a wedding trip lo the couple has a home on Route Hindsville. The newlyweds are 1970 gra- luatcs .of t h e Huntsville High School. The bridegroom is employed in Springdale. Missouri, established and Mrs. Gerald Ham of Route of white wedding bells. 3, Huntsville. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bee Stroud of Route 2, Hindsville. A program of traditional music was presented by Miss Maria Vaughan, pianist. The Rev. Jerry Yarbrough p e r f o r m e d the double-ring ceremony at an altar decorated with baskets of daisies and lighted tapers'. . ',.'..: · . Presented in marriage by her father, the bride was attired, in a formal lengih gown of white crepe designed in an Empire A-line silhouette with long sleeves and high neckline. Her veil was attached to a band of crepe and the full chapel length train was enhanced with daisy trim. She carried a bouquet of white daisies. Mrs. Troy Frederick was the bride's attendant. S h e was attired in a short pale yellow empire gown designed with lonj sleeves and high neckline. She carried a bouquet of daisi'es. Troy Frederick served as best man. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Ham chose a black anc white ensemble with white The yearly event was held Friday night, wilh approximately 500 guests attending. The entertaining, area of the home was decorated with arrangements of vari-colored spring and summer flowers. Guesls came from Kansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Tennessee and Louisiana, as well as from Arkansas. Carver nnd Kevin King all of Ash Flat, and Scolt Thompson of Clinton, III. DR. LYNN BUHR CHIROPRACTOR announce the opening of hit office fiOSHwyllS, Sprlngriiiln Hon., \Vnl., 1'rt, I In 1 nnd 4 to f TIKI., Thi'r«., Hnf, t la 1 next to Kentucky Fried Chicken PHONE 751-0023 Announcements Jack Tidball VFW Post 2722 and Auxiliary will hold Ihe r e g u l a r monthly meeting Monday, Aug. 7 at Ihe VFW H a l l , City Administration Building, al 7 p.m. All members are urged to attend. Th e Northwest Arkansas Mr., Mrs. Wyatt To Note 25th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Oscar E. Wyatt of Fayetleville will observe their silver wedding an niversary Tuesday. Mr. .Wyatt and the former Miss Bobbie Lavcrne Hoguc were married Aug. 8, 1047 h San Antonio, Tex. Mr. Wyat is employed as an orthopedic technician at the the Orthopedic Clinic on North College. The couple has four children They are Miss Teni Wyatt and Gary Wyatt, both of Fayct leville; Miss Joy Wyatl o Springfield, Mo., and Mrs Deborah Smith of Shrevcport La., and one grandchild, Kim berlee Ann Smith of Shreveport Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae Clul will hold a salad luncheon Tues day, Aug. 8 at 12:30 p.m. In Ihe home of Mrs, Robert Utlcy, 03 Pembroke. All Alpha Ch Omega alumnae are invited. HARVEY'S TROPICAL FISH Highway 7T South -- Springdale Fresh Water and Salt'Water Fish Aquarium Supplies Northwest Arkansas' Largest Selection Of Marine Fish Phone 751-1092 Honoree Mrs, Ncrv'a Paulk of W e s t Fork will lie honored Sunday on her 9!st'birthday with an open house from Z lo 5 p.m. at the West Fork Home Economics huildlng. · Hostesses for the event will be her daughter, Mrs. Mary' Alice Cochran, a granddaughter, Mrs. Carlcne Paulk and a daughter-in-law, Mrs r . R c I) a I'aulk. All friends and rela lives are Invited lo attend. GREAT MOMENTS CALIi FOR GREAT CAKES We make them to .'order lor Weddings, Anniversaries, Showers, Birthdays and other special occasions. Kobie Cakes Pastries Hlway 71 Welt Fork PMn* 839-22(1 or 839-W7S Closed Tutjdayi MISS RUTH ANN CRAWFORD . . . bride elect A/ Roger Di Davis amt KB raMM xvaautma mwn^i Births WASHINGTON GENERAL Mr and Mrs Lonnie Love, r est Fork, a son, Aug. 3. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell R. Me- aughlin, Johnson, a son, Aug Chuck's Bake Shoppe 'Eastgate Shopperi City-Phone 52Y-73S3 Tir th* very flrmt In Dtconttd Okei, PIWj · retdt, Sweet Bolli, CMftiei, Bakery Dili- ucies. ' Daily Calendar of Events 'onight .1 i i AIcoholIcs'Anonymoua, 112^ W. Center, 7 p m . t ;' Dudes and Dolls Square Dance Club, 112% W. ( Center, 8 |fm, SMITH'S 2-Way Radio : Communication Your 2-way radio headquirten In t4ectr*nlc» line* HI* MO N. Collet. HI 3-2222 r*f YMK ' PreMriptlM NeM* . »M Vt W« Glv* S*H. Green Stamps QUAKER DRUG K E; Center -- 44Z-UM f l · City PaikUf Lot In Re»Tf i S Sundav World War I Barracks, Auxiliary* Gas Company Hospitality Rooni, 2 p.m. ,) Monday Recycling Center, West Street just off Dickson, ihrough Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. a Monday . Community Adult Center. 9 a m. to 5' p m ,· Jack Tidball VFV/ Post, Auxiliary, VFW Hall, 7 pm, ' Order of DeMolay, Masonic Temple, 7 p m 1 Arkansas TOPS Chapter 30, Washington General-Hospital, 7:30 p.m. ' Masonic Lodge No. 291, Farmington Masonic Temple, 7!3t) p.m. · · ·· ' £ ; Masonic Lodge No. 740, 525 W. 15th St.* 7:40 p.m. .2 Parents Aid, 1036 Highland, 8 p.m. ' · ' ' , , ; · SAVE 00 SATURDAY SUNDAY AUG. 5th-6th * i · LAST DAYS AT PRE-PAVING PRICES! Drive on Highway 16 West (Wedington Drive) to the Harmon Rd. Then turn north one mile to the field office. Stop at Field office for Free Map and Directions. . COME VISIT WITH US

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