Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 7, 1972 · Page 5
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^^ Monday, August 7, 1972 ·' S MRS. ROLAND EDWARD SMITH . . . the former Miss Phyllis Jean Roclgers Phyllis Jean Rodgers, Roland E. Smith Marry Engagement Told Miss Phyllis Jean Ilodgers bccamo-ths bvidc of Roland Edward Smith on Saturday, Aug. 5, at ll a.m. at the University Baptist Church in Fayetteville. Parents of the couple 1 are Mr. and Mrs. William Rodgers of Pine Bluff and Mr. and Mrs. -Havis Smith of Warren. Officiating at the double ring ceremony were .the Rev. H.D. McCarty of the University Baptist Church, and the Rev. Richard Walker of the First Baptist Church at Paducah, Ky. Mrs. Carol Gaddy of Fayette- v i 11 e , organist, played a program of nuptial music, and accompanied the soloist, Miss Vicki Terrell of Fort Worth, .Tex. The sanctuary of the church was decorated by two gold -candelabra flanked by two large baskets of mixed flowers. Presented in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal length gown of silk organza and Venise lace. The Van Eyck silhouette featured a fitted bodice with a Victorian neckline and full bishop sleeves. A panel of Venise lace marked the center front of the gown. The conlrol- ; led skirt swept into a full courl train, and her bouffant veil of .imported silk illusion ' was secured by a Camelpt cap ol pearl.encrusted organza anc · lace. She wore pearl earrings and her bouquet was a cascade of while daisies. Miss Linda Rodgers of Pine Bluff was her sister's maid ol honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Judy Tilley of Harrison Miss Connie Campbell of Mem and Miss Melissa Matlock o! Little Hock. The attendants wore yellow dotted swis dresses accented with white Venise lace and white ribbon ·They carried yellow daisy nose gays. The maid of honor wore a crown of yellow daisies in her hair. Mr. Smith served his son a: best man, and groomsmen were John Blackwell of Nashville Joe Don Greenwood of Warren and Rusty Smith, brother of th bridegroom, also of Warren. Ushers were David Gannawa: of Little Rock and Winston .Walker of Padticah, Ky. Boyi Walker, also of Paducah, wa candle lighter, and Debbie Nic of Eudora, Kan., was flowe girl. Immediately following th ceremony, a reception was helc in the Fellowship Hall of th .church. The bride's table wa covered with white lace pve yellow satin. The bride' bouquet accented the weddln cake, and the bridesmaid! nosegays surrounded the punc bowl. Mrs. Gail Gannaway of Littl Rock attended the guest book and Mrs. Richard Walker Paducah cut the cake. Mis Charlotte Paris and Mi Shirley Tucker of Fayeltevill served the punch. When the couple left for 'wedding trip to Six Flags Oye Texas, the bride was wearin ' a navy blue hot pants suit wit coordinating blue and whil skirt and white sandals. He corsage was of white daisie: lifted from her bouquet. The new Mrs. Smith receive her I3SE from the Universil of Arkansas this spring. She wi leach in Ihe Fayelleville Puhl Schools this fall. Mr. Smith wl continue his studies in pre-vc at the University. Out-of-stale guests at tl cdding were Mr. and Mrs. Jim ine of Sapulpa. Okla., Mr. nd Mrs. J.H. Jeffcry, Miss ulia Jeffery and Mr. and Mrs. enry Nice of Eudora, Kan., he Rev. and Mrs. Richard alker and sons, Winston and oyd of Paducah, Ky. Mr. and.Mrs. Venion E. I'M- man ;of FayelfevHle announce Ihc engagement a n d approaching marriage of their daughter, Dioinic, to Terry L. McCormuck, salt of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McConmack, also of Fayeltevillc. The bride- elect was graduated In : 1971 from Faycdcvllle High School, and is now a sophomore at the University o( Arkansas. She Is also a denial assistant tor Dr. Lewis E. Vann in Fay- etfcvlllc. Her fiance wns gradualcil in 1067 from Kay- ettcvlllc High School, a n d from (He University of Arkansas in 1971. He has been . doing graduate work at I h c University, and Is also employed Ijy.ilic S and S Spray Painting Company in Fay- cltevHIc. Tlic wedding is planned for Oct. 20 at 8 p.m. at Ihe North Street Church of Christ. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited. Better Keep Duplicates Of Family Papers STORES, Conn. -- Keep a duplicate record of important family papers and numbers ( I n s u r a n c e policies,'social security, driver's license) In a book stored away from tb,i' home fronl^say In a bank or at your office, · ,'·'· In event · an emergency (iDlroys the originals, you'll b« less at · sea, snys Dr. Elsie Fellerman, Extension Family Economist at the University of- Connecticut. Sets Wedding, Date Mr. and Mrs. Roy A, Gaskill of Harrison announce Ihe engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Dcliby Jo, to Daimy C. Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. H, Rogers of Bechc. The hrldc-clccl attended the University of Arkansas, und Is now employed as a secretary at Dogpatcli, USA. Her fi- ance Is a senior speech a n d dr^mu major a( .Slate College df Arkansas. He Is employed as a public relations representative at Dogpalcli, ·USA. The couple will exchange vows August 24 al 8 p.m. , i t i ' Hie First United Methodist Church at Harrison. Friends and relatives are Invited, HARVEY'S TROPICAL FISH Highway 71 South -- Springdale Fresh Water and Salt Wafer Fish '· , Aquarium Supplies Northwest Arkansas' Largest Selection Of Marine Fish Phone 75M092 White River Queen Contest Scheduled Reader Tells How To Make Bouquets Last Longer Dear Heloise: Just lately I received another joucjuet of flowers for a special :vent. When the flowers wilted and !ied, I noticed that the greenery n the vase was still in good ondition and still arranged attractively. The two ribbon bows tied to .ticks in the arrangement gave me an idea. I carefully pulled the flowers nit and threw them away. I tied brightly colored ribbon lows (left over from gifts I'd received) directly to the reenery. . It was really a different louquet and remained lovely for many more days. Perhaps you could bring in evergreens or long twigs from he yard to add height and fill "n blank places. Idalyn M. Slinson I never ever want my flowers .0 fade away. . .so this neat .rick sure helps keep the lovely nought fresh in your mind for days and days. Bless you for sharing this bit of sunshine with us! Love, Heloise BATESVILLE -- Seventeen young ladies from all over Arkansas will be competing for the Queen White River title Friday and Saturday nights, August 11 and 12, during the 29lh annual White River Water Carnival. T a l e n t competition will h i g h l i g h t Friday night's preliminaries beginning at 7 p.m. The girls will compete ill evening gowns and swim suits during the Saturday night pageant, and Queen White Rivei will be crowned at 10:30 p.m. Bob Evans of Dpgpalch U.S.A. will emcee both nights revue. He has Miss America of the beauty emceed · the Pageant in Atlantic City anc has been associated with the Miss Canada, Miss North Caro Una, Miss Louisiana, Miss Mississippi, and Miss Arkansas pageants. As Queen White River emcee, Evans will be introducing the contestants that include Milburn Cain of Rogers. Beauty queens from across Arkansas and the nation wil appear at this year's While River Water Carnival. Those scheduled to participate an A . m e r i c a ' s Junior Miss Arkansas' Junior Miss, Miss Ar kansas, Miss Dogpatcli U.S.A. Miss Black Teenager of Arkan sas, the Poultry Princess, Mis Pink Tomato, and the Arkansa Rodeo Queen. The rcignint Queen White River and Mis Batesville will be on hand to arlicipate in the Water Car- lival activities. A Honda, motorcycle will be liven away during Friday light's preliminary according to J a m Highsmith, carnival :hairman. . . . . . . Saturday night's prize -will )e a Chevrolet Vega. Entertainment at the Satur day night revue will be provided y "The .Messengers," a Holiday Inn sponsored . group composed of 18 young people. Dances are scheduled both nights beginning at 10:30 and 'eature "The S a i n t James Sroup" on Friday (no age limit) and "The Solo Tones" on Saturday evening. (18 years of age or over). Other Water Carnival events n c 1 u d e Saturday's Grand ?arade at 10 a.m. and Catfish Day at 11 a.m. Units from the 101st Airborne Division, IDBth Army, Little Reck Shriners, the J a c k s o n v i l l e Judo Team, Pulaski County Mounted Patrol. Tucker Reformatory Band and the Ozark Foothills Craft Guild are among those participating in Saturday's events. LETTER OF THOUGHT . Dear Heloise: This might be more of a suggestion than a hint, but I think it's a wise practice to carefully wash all canned goods tops before opening. Ever notice the exterminator busily placing little cups behind supermarket displays? Lots of bacteria can settle on a can top by the time it reaches the store shelves. And, if you can, visulaize a mouse taking a rest on a can top after his midnight prowl. Someone opens the can at home an.d the lid sinks a bit into the contents. Ugh. . . Hope you can see the merits in "can top" washing. Ruth Daily Calendar of Events;;! Tonight . . . · '·,' Jack Tidball VFW Post, Auxiliary, VFW Hall, 7 p.m. : . Order of DeMolay, Masonic:Temple, 7 p.m. / ; · · ' ' · Arkansas TOPS Chapter 30, Washington General Hospital, 7:30 p.m. '·-'' : : · · ' . : · ' · ' . ' . -'?···' Masonic Lodge No. 291, B'armington Masonic Temple, 7;39 . ' · ' ; · ; · · : ' . ' - . · . . · ' : : " " · · ; { · . :'.Vv:..:;!,-.'-- · · ' ·"'. - · " ?£ Masonic :Loclge No. 740, 525 W. 15th St., 7:40 p.m. ' ; Parents Aid,; 1036j Highland, 8 p.m. . ^ \ ; : SMITHS 2-Way Radio Communication Your \2-way''radio" headquarters. In ·Icctremcs ifnc« 1929 520 N. College HI 3-2222 F*r f*ia Prescription H««d« · · - . ··**'.Ui . ' . ' : ', ; ' ;.W»' Give SHGreen;Stamp* QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 44Z-4M8 i'. City Parking Lot In Rear , x To Be Married Tangerine Topping Tangerine juice makes a good topping for pancakes. Boil the juice down to a syrupy consistency and serve hot. Mrs. Ruth Kawls of Little Rock announces the forthcoming marriage of her d a u g h t e r , Miss Pamela Duwu Gayheart, to Carl Edward Abbott Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Abhotl of Fiiyeftcville. The bride-elect is a sophomore music major at Arkansas Tech in Russcll- villc. The fill M IT. bridegroom also attends Arkansas Tech, where he is a senior music major. HP, will be praclice teaching this fall. The. couple will be married Aug. 12 at 2 p.m. in the First Baptist Church ill Russellvillc. Tuesday Civilan Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon iVj- Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon ."iT r NWA Alpha Chi Omega Alumnae Club Salad Luncheon,!-, (, Mrs Robert Utley, 12 30 p m Order of Rainbow for Girls, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. t-fj, Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Chess Club, Wesley Foundation, 7 p m ^ ,, Scout Tioop 103, ZO'A E Center, 7 p m "" * Court 13, Order of Amaranth, 525 W 15th, 7 30 p m ·' Alcoholics Anonymous; 112^ W, : Center, 8 p.m. K. ,, ,i i . ;f. Wednesday Sequoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Association, Country Club, 9 a.m. Exchange Club,:Holiday Inn, 12 noon. / Noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon. Now two tan as cheaply as one at Elaine Powers. Chuck's Bake Shoppe EastKntc Shoppers City--Phone 5Z1-7393 For Ihe very finest In Decorated Cakes, pre», Bread:, Sweet Rolls, Cook 101, Bakery Delicacies. 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