Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 14, 1969 · Page 6
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 14, 1969
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i Nmthdfit ArkittMi (T 6 · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Mon., April 14, 1969 FAYtTTIVILLI, ARKANSAS 'Albert Herring' Opera To Open At UA Theater MR. AND AIRS. WADE FREEMAN . . . wed in candlelight service Church Ceremony Unites Miss Henry, Wade Freeman The w e d d i n g of Miss Gayle w i t h a M a n d a r i n neckline. Her :"r.ry and Wade Freeman w a s ! p j n i ) o x | lat w j(|, imported m a - "Albert Herring," an opera by Benjamin Britten, will open at 8 p.m. next Monday (April 21) in the Arts Center Theater at the University of Akranwis. Directed by Maxwell Worthley. assistant professor of theater arts, the opera is presented by the University Opera Workshop and the Music Department. .Many of the roles have heun double-cast in order to protect voices and at the same time give newcomers to the operatic stage an opportunity to sjng. David Wylie of Ruston. La.. | sings the title role of Albert Herring. The tenor is a candidate for a master of music degree in voice in June. He has sung in two opera productions. "Basilio" in "The Marriage of Figaro" last, spring and "Mr. Love" in "Three's Company" last fall. He is a graduate assist a n t in the Opera Workshop and has sung with the Uarkettes. He i?. a graduate of Louisiana Tech. Also cast in the role of Albert H e r r i n g is Louis Wclcher of Russcliville. a .junior in the College of Arts and Sciences. He. too. sang in "The Marriage of Figaro" the role of "D o n Ctirxin." The rnlcs of the supporting "Nancy." She, too, is a gradu ate assistant and expects tc take her master of music gree at the end of the summer. She was last h e a r d as j "Barbarina" in the production of "The Marriage of Figaro." Cynthia Drake of Fayetteville.' a junior in the College of Educa-' will also sing the role of "Nancy." for her first operatic role. Gary Whitby of .Memphis,. Tcnn., a graduate assistant in English, will play the role of the Vicar. Mark Stevenson of Whcalun, III., who sang in the Mozart opera, will play Ihe role of the police superintendent. Max Ryan of Springdalc. a junior in the College of Arts and Sciences and who w i l l be remembered for his portrayal of - line overlay held her veil with , )C0 pIe ;mrl ^.t.-henille dots, and she carried aLj^.p^Qf liemnized at V:30 p.m. Mar. j; ne : ' j: Hid.m'vjr'A II a p t i s t ('·lurch on Highway 16 Kast. · |, OU q UC t n r slephanolis and c y m - 1 · - i t h the Rev. G a r l a n d M o r r i s o n - b j d j u n , m-chids atop a w h i t e "ificiating at the candlelight I Bjhln. cast were written for definite roles are con- t rremony. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Henry i T R o u t e 7. Fayetteville. are narents of the bride and the ·!-.dci!roniii is l ' i i ' M'll n! Mrs. K m n i e t t Little and the late Mel \ : : i Freeman o!' K i k i couple was attended by .Innice Clark as maid of The Miss . honor and Verl Henry, brother of the bride. w h o served as best man. Miss C l a r k wore a j yellow and beige sheer fitted jsidered ot equal importance. Elizabeth Howick of Fayetle- ville. the wile of Dr. L e s t e r Howick. a n d w h o h a s b e e n identified with the University music department as. a regular i-ecitalist since coming to Fayetteville. w i l l sing two roles, w h o The experienced singer. . will he seen as "Lady Billows, dress with| a ] s n w jn s ing the role of "Miss : voile street length Vows were exchanged at an beige accessories and carried i \VoTds'wor'th " a role she sang a l t a r dccniMird w i t h -ever, bran ; a nosegay of yellow chrysan-i w | l c , n ' a student at the Uni chcd candelabra placed on each t h e m u m s and M a r g u e r i t e dais- l v p r s j,y of Iowa. Frcquenth ies. heard as a soprano soloist t'shors were David Henry Mrs. Ilnwick sang the role of "The Countess" majoi in last side of a pedestal basket of w h i t e gladioli and large white chrysanthemums with comino and Gary Freeman, brothers _ di""c ioliage. of the bride and bridegroom, j v r a r ' s workshop production o] A proaram of t r a d i t i o n a l wed . For her daughter's wedding.' Mozart's "Marriage of Figaro, ing music was played by Mrs.; Mrs. Henry those a w h i t e ! Also singing the role of "Lad Paula Baggett. organist. ! wool suit with black accesso j Billows" w i l l ' b e Marilyn Me Presented in m a r r i a g e by her ries, and her corsage was of Creary of Neosho. Mo., a sc f a ' ^ e r . the bride wore a white pale yellow c a r n a t i o n s . The n j n r in the College of Education coi'.on lace over si'k A line dress, bridegroom's mother w o r e a j c j h e sang the role of "Marcel- Senior Welcome Wagon Club Sees Fiim igrev silk knit dress with black j a n d white accessories and a !corsage of white carnations. Following the ceremony the bride's parents were hosts for a reception at their home. The bride's table was covered w i t h a white linen cloth and centered . w i t h a bouquet of yellow tulips. White snapdragons and yellow lina" in the Mozart production Singing thn r o l e of "Mis; Wordsworth." along with Mrs, Howick. will be Emily Vonk of Murfrees.boro. She is not a newcomer to the operatic stage at the University. This is her thirr operatic role. Last year, she sang "Chcnihinn" from "T h e M a r r i a g e of Figaro" and "Mis? Honey" in "Three's Company.' Daiiita Rnrkhart of Mnnntain- ! chrysanthemums. At. one end S P R I N G D A L E -- A sound f i l m - o f the table was a three tiered. entitled "Tornado" was s h o w n ; c a k e frosted with yellow a n d ! b u r n , a senior in the College of to members and guests of t h e ' white and topped by a m i n i a t u r e ' E d u c a t i o n , who also sang in the Senior Welcome Wagon group i bride and groom, and at t h e ' M o / a r t operatic production last at t h e i r luncheon meeting. A p r i l ! other was a bowl of yellow spring, will sing the role of 8 at Heinics Steak House. fruit punch. "Harry." which also will Mickey Jackson, Chief of the When the couple left for a j sung by Anne Spencer of Tills?. Fire Department, I wedding trip to Eureka Springs, jokla. Miss Spencer, a fresh- t . -,i ;, ::0 I..-.: '.lie M i n i com- the bride was wearing a b e i g e ' m a n in the College of Arts and posed by the Red Cross to show: linen suit w i t h m a t c h i n g ac-[Sciences, has also been cast to the- 'Aork boi:ig done at t h e Icessories. and her corsage w a s j s i n g the role of "F.mmie." Thi? w e a t h e r bureau in Kansas City made of the orchids from her role ; s also to be to (i'--.crt weather conditions' w e d d i n g bouquet. t h a t cauie tornadoes and to give The bridegroom is in the U.S. t o r n a d o arts. followed h y ' X a v y and is stationed at King- Free tornado w a r n i n g s , when neces : sville, Tex. The new Mrs sjn-v. ; m a n is m a k i n g her home with At the close of the question ' h e r parents at the present time^ a::'l a n s w e r period. Lt. Charles ·' ....... "' "~ ........ '· ·loi'.nson of the Fire Depart mr-n;. i n s t r u c t o r i n Mrst a i d . told the group t h a t a Disaster I n s t r u c t i o n Class would be held in the near f u t u r e and that peo- pic of n i l ages are needed to C;I:T\ out such a program in c;ro of an emergency. '!'he group made l e n t a l i v e phi ^ for a chartered bus lour to see the Dog: and A/alea there. Prr- nt - a:c fur a tonr on A p r i l 17. -..i'::. is nv.i- : be m a i i u in :.:ce and chi'cks are to be to Mrs Warren Headlcy. .Vr.rian Drivp. Tel. PL t .u-!-f-?tf d |if-: i otiier l l ' . C W(;'.lOi!:C- W a g o n gl'OlIp sung by ranriaco Maschmeyer of Gross Pointe Woods. Mich. B o t h coeds, are making (heir first operatic role appearances. Geneva Embaugh Powers of S p r i n g d a l e will portray to Mir Just Arrived from California! Don't battle these monsters akn». BUI BRUCE TERMINIX «*--. » --* E-TERMINIX CO. 442-2292 New Wide Leg PANTS WMo fl;irc legs . . . w i d e stovepipe legs . . . the RKV shapes you'll wear from now on. BfV'ilifitlly tailored of "I'.ig Mulch" "i'', rayon, "^'o cot. I'lii 1 . . . Ihey are wrinkle resistant, hand washable and, Si/0.1 · r to IS . . . so" thorn nt Tr today! · Black · Lima · Pink · Purple 98 · White · Hone touurKounlnj shop 'Mho nicest .shop in town" BRIDE-TO-BE COiHl'LIMENTEI) Linen Shower Given For Glenda Sines Hiu Glenda Sines, bride-elect of Henry Baker, was complimented w i t h a linen thower last Tuesday moraine in the home or Mrs. Bruce Lunsford, with Mrs. Harold Duggar ai co- hostess. The serving table wa» covered with white linen and centered with a pink floral arrangement in a crystal container. The other table appointment! were crystal and silver. s* Mrs. Norwood Sines, mother i of the honoree, poured and Mrs. - Frank Davis assisted the bride- to-be with the opening of the gifts. The gifts were displayed in the family room on an oak table centered by a potted hydrangea. The hostess gifts to the honoree were a linen table cloth and the hydrangea. Kouplers Klub Holds Dance The Kouplers Klub met April .1 at the Uark Bowl for an evening of dancing with the Del iRays. Host couples for t h e ent were Ray and Sue Trammel!. Bill and Susie Brooks. Ray jrom left, standing, are Mrs. Duygar, Mrs. Lui?s/ord, Mrs. Sines mid illws Sines, seated. (TIMESphoto by Ken Good) Kaye Carson Honored With Bridal Shower Miss Kaye Carson, b r i d e "Bartolo" in the Mozart opera, elect of Louis now sings the role of "Sid." | |),,rado. w a s Also m a k i n g their first per formances in operatic roles are Elaine Yatcs uf Rogers and .June W i l l i a m s of Little Rock, who \vil! double as "Florence": Carol Vance of Tuls/i. Okla.. will sing the role of "Mum" (Mrs. H e r r i n g ) : Linda Thomas of Little Rock and Cathy Moore of Fayetlevillc. who sang in a high school musical last year, will sing the role of "Cis": Tony Davis of Verona. Mo., a junior in the College of Educa Poole of honored at El E l k i n s of El senior in the College tion, and Dorado. of Arts and Sciences, will play the "Mayor." The University Theater box office will be open from 1 to ·] p.m. during the run of I h e show. Tickets may also be pur chased at the door. miscellaneous shower Tuesday birds and a m i n i a t u r e bride and Mrs. Paul Clampit and Miss groom. Other appointments I Chrissy Henry. . and Judy Guzman and Bill and Pat Storey. were silver and crystal. Mrs. Ambrose served ! Corsages w e r e presented t h e j t h e bride to be. her gra night at the home of Mrs. Louis i punch from a crystal p u n c li j mother. Mrs. N. K. Carson . Easter baskets filled w i t h Easter candy were used as centerpieces, and later given as prizes. Neil Danner. president, introduced Dr. Berry and Carol Ann Broylcs as n e w members. Guests for the evening were Line Heiv.og. B. J. Cain. Jim t 0 ! Emerson, Thetis and Palmer . IPilcher. S a m a n d Dorothy 1 ' j Porch. Boh and Lana Odom. and K i b i Goswcll. Benny Adams St. Assisting'bowl and Mrs. Crouch served: her sister. Miss Martha Car l a n d Mildred Winburn and .lack Joyce on hostesses were M r s . B u b j t h e decorated cake to the Maeder, Mrs. Gene Wasliburn. Mrs. F r e d Kerr. Mrs. Albert Jewell. Mrs. George H u s t e d. Mrs. K. C. Ambrose and Mrs. Curtis Crouch. T h e house was decorated with spring flowers, and the serving table carried out a i green and white color scheme, | chosen colors of the bride-to-be.' The table was covered with an imported Madeira linen cloth in a pale shade of green. The centerpiece was all white gladioli anil jonquils flanked by wihte candles with two green love and Dot Curtsingcr. guests attending. G i f t s were arranged around j a table centered w-ith a large 1 ' bride doll and an Easter lily, i The hostess gift was a portable I tni.xer with juicer a t t a c h - ' inents. The honoree w a s assisted in opening her gifts by PITA'S FOK HAIR Kl I A 3 FASHIONS SALON OPEN MOX. THUD SAT. 8 A.M. IIIAI. 4IM7I3 RCllOIH, UMr Ol'F.N 8 A.M. MON. Timi' SAT. PAT10I.T.1NC. NOW WK ADVAN'CT: IIAIK STYI.tXf! CLASSIC. CALL RITA'S SCHOOL 417-5I81. OPENING SOON Ye Old Discount Dress Shoppe Top Nome Brand Fashions "Not Seconds" At First Stoplight in Springdale Coming From Fayetteville Turn Left--Four Blocks (Hwy. 68) Classified Advertising ....May I Help You? This is the friendly greeting you receive when you coll to place a WANT-AD. These ore the courteous AD-VISORS who answer the phones..-- ANITA BREWER .Sh«'i a smiling expert in people-to-people communications. 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