Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 16, 1969 · Page 5
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 16, 1969
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Northwttt Arkonm TIMIS, W«d., April 16, 1969 mvrmvii.i.1, ARKANSAS MR. AND MRS. JAMES KYZER JR. . . . married at Prairie Grove Wedding Bells Ring For Miss Ray, James Kyzer Jr. The First Baptist Church at Prairie Grove was the setting for the Mar. 27 wedding of Miss Debbie Ray and James Kyzer Jr., with the Rev. Jearl Hays ' officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ray and Mr. and Mrs. James Kyzer Sr., a 11 of Prairie Grove. The vows were solemnized before an archway of greenery with baskets of w h i t e chry- tanlhemums on either side. Streameri of royal blue and avocado green were entwined throughout the arrangement. A white satin prie dieu in the center completed the setting. Escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor-length white satin shantung gown featuring an empire waistline and long sleeves. Her s h o u l d e r length veil of nylon net was caught to a white satin bow, and her bouquet was a white orchid encircled by whit* carnations interspersed with blue and green velvet leaves, accented by white satin streamers. "in the tradition of using some thing old. the bride carried a handkerchief given to her by her late great-grandmother. Airs. Cora Akers. F o r something new, she wore a pair of pearl earrings; something borrowed was a pearl necklace from her maid of honor and lomething blue was a blue gar- Iforthwrit Arkiniii $! Announcements I love you no EN'I). a n d I guess that a thousand other children will love you for the Sigma Alpha lota members .April 17 at 1 p.m. at the home same rca son. will meet at the home of Mrs. of Mrs. John Anderson. Co- Heloise Helen Bocquin Thursday at 6:301 hostesses will be Mrs. Roger H. Hints From Hefoi Reader Says Old Tire Eases Bumps On See-Saw Dear Heloise: If you've ever had a sec-saw for your children you know how hard they hit the ground some times. . .and the tears that follow. My husband solved this problem with an old tire. He cut it in half and put one piece under each end of the see-saw! adhesive-backed paper. Now when I run out of room This sure saves many ring bump. a jar- Don't you think that was a good idea? Jolly Rosenthal I just add more folders. Mrs. T.E.W. Goldenrod Club Observes 60th Anniversary The Goldcnrod Club observed its (iOlh anniversary vilh a ; , , , , _ , , , _ luncheon last week at the' * 1 : a " klln . Pel P"^ ? f Roff , cr ,;; Miss- Smith 1 Honored At Bridal Tea Pink and white were t h « dominant tores at a tea given Friday in Fayetteville for Miss Frances Lynne Smith of Springdale bride-elect of J o s e p h Springdalc Holiday Jnn. Attending were 22 members and two Vidder and Mrs. V.O. Lesh. Chapter K, PEO. will meet ter trimmed with white lace. Maid of honor was Miss Kathy Templeton. She wore a street length dress of avocada green and blue with a scoop neckline, g a t h e r e d skirt and short sleeves. Her bouquet was of white carnations nestled in blue and green tulle and ribbon. Mike Traylor served as best man and usher. Mrs. Robert Hall, pianist, pro- ided a program of traditional 'cdding music. The guest book was kept by fliss Vickie Kyzer, sister of the ridegroom, and Miss Marsha Wedding Shower Compliments Glenda Sines Miss Glenda Sines, hride- elect of Henry Barber, was guest of honor at a wedding gift shower April 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. A. J. Head, 202 W. Meadow. Assisting Mrs. Head as co- hostesses were Mrs. G. H upper at 7 p.m. Friday in the /.F.W. Hall. Special announcements will be made and mem- ers are asked to attend. Abney, Mrs. Lyle R. Mrs. Harold Duggar, Miss Williams, Lloyd Nought Repeat Vows HUNTSVILLE -- Miss Sharon Williams, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. Oscar Williams of Petti grew, became the bride ol Lloyd Ilaught. son of Mr. anc Mrs. Hoy Haught of Witter in a double-ring ceremony March 31. The ceremony was read in Ihn home of the bride's sister Mrs. Frank Hackler of Fay cttcville. Ray Hasscl was the officiating minister. Miss Jackie Lee Williams wa: her sister's only attendant and the bridegroom's b r o t h e r Marvin Haught, served as bes man The couple is at Fayetteville. home in GOOD CITIZENS BUILD BETTER COMMUNITIES Citizenship involves more than catting a ballot, attending a civic club meeting, tnd obeying tin law. Citizenship means wholehearted, day-to-day support of both government and the civic and philanthropic agencies which work for community im- Drovement This month join in and support the MARCH OF D1MKS Your help is appreciated, i needed and deserved. Help, won't you.' 'raylor. For her daughter's wed- ing, Mrs. Ray chose a three- iece blue and white tweed suit 'ith navy blue accessories. The ridegroom's mother was at- ired in a powder blue dress /ith matching coat and black ccessories. Both mothers wore orsages of blue tinted baby hrysanthemums. Following the ceremony, a rc- eption was held in the Fellow- hip Hal! of the church. The Jride's table was draped with vhite net over a white cloth, and he centerpeice was an arrangement of blue and green tintec 'hrysanthemums and bows ol he same color. Lighted blue and green tapers were placed a't either side. A cut glass punch s e r v i c e , silver and mono Crammed napkins completcc .he table setting. The t h r e e-tiered writing cake was baked and decorated iy the bride's grandmother, ilrs. Cecil Porter of C 1 o v i s. N. M. Miss Vickie Porter, also of Clovis and cousin of the ride, served the cake after the ride and bridegroom had cut .he first piece. Mrs. T o m m y *eed, aunt of the bride, served the punch. For her wedding trip, t h e new Mrs. Kyzer wore a wheat colored linen ensemble with a )lue and green scarf. Her accessories were bone colored and she wore the orchid from ier bridal bouquet at her shoulder. After a honeymoon trip to Lake Tenkiller in Oklahoma. :he bride resumed her studies at Scquoyah Polytechnic where she is a senior. The bridegroom returned to his duties with the U.S. Navy in Virginia. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Reed and children of Morrow; Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Beis and Hanna of Greenland and Mrs. Porter and Vickie of Clovis. James, M r s . Charles R. Phillips and Mrs. lene L. Thrasher. Pink and white, chosen colors of the bride-to-be, were used in the decorations and refresh ments. The serving table was covered with a French l a c e :ablecloth over pink satin, will pink and white dahlias as the :entorpiece. The white cake, in a four-leaf clovor design, wab frosted with pink rosebuds ant centered with pink love birds Mrs. Lloyd Conaway preside( at the silver coffee service ant served the pink punch, while .he cake was served by Mrs Bon Schlegel. The gift table was covered in pink and white net, with a large doll in a bridal gown in the center and a bridesmaid dol dressed in pink lace. Corsages of white carnation: tied with pink ribbons w e r i presented to the bride-elect am her mother. Mrs. Norwood H Sines. Fifty-four guests, member and wives of the Northwest Ar kansas Shrine Oriental B a n d attended. initi- g r a d u a t i n g seniors elect officers at a mect- Zeta Tau A l p h a Aluma e C h a p t e r will te nd ig to be held Wednesday at :30 p.m. in the home of Mrs. 'at Watkins. 1417 Elmwood. Veterans of Foreign Wars, ost and auxiliary, of Fayette- ille. hold a cooperative Miss Jean Moss, Edward Doss Jr. Tell Betrothal SILOAM SPRINGS -- T h e retrothal of Miss Jean Moss o Edward W. Doss, Jr., son ol Dr. and Mrs. K. W. Doss Sr. of Stuttgart, has been announced by Miss Moss' parents \1r. and Mrs. Roy E. Moss ol Siloam Springs. Miss Moss is a 1967 graduate of the Siloam Springs H i g h School and is now enrolled in ier sophomore year at t h e University of Arkansas. The bridegroom-to-be gradu ted from the Stuttgart High school in I960 and is presently ittending National College of Chiropractic in Chicago. 111. The wedding will be an event of June 28 in the First Christian Church in Siloam Springs. LETTER OF LAUGHTER Dear Heloise: I have a husband who loves to WORK and he goes like a house afire. Naturally he just can't understand why I am such a lazybones. He can see a cobweb a mile away and he goes around pok- ng into corners and running lis fingers along the tops of doors. (He always gets them dirty too!) A n y w a y , I've found a surefire way to impress him and just had to tell you about it. 1 just rearrange the furniture and he forgets to comment on the dust behind the refrigerator and the cookie crumbs under Dear Heloise: 1 have found a terrific way to decorate certain walls and ceilings, even the space o v e r ! the sink with the bottom part of molded egg cartons. They can be stapled together and covered with spray paint. Two coats should do it. You'll get lots of compliments because it gives a very modern three-dimensional look 'to t h e wall. A Reader T know one man who saved enough cartons to cover h i s entire den ceiling! He sprayed .hem in his garage, then took a heavy stapler and just stapled 'em up. (Besides looking great, it also acts as a sound-proofr!) Heloise the table. Kandy Dear Heloise: It's always a problem to store patterns and still be able to find them again. I finally came up with the idea of st'oring them in the paper dust jackets that hi-fi rcc ords come in. We always seem to have so ...any of them on hand and no use "for them. So I got three large loose-leaf rings, punchet holes in the envelopes and put patterns in each folder. Then 1 guests, Mrs. Mary Stock- schlager and Mrs. I r e n e Stearns. Mrs. Newell Shaw gave an informative talk on the history of the Adult Center, and the forthcoming high rise apartment building and quarters for the Center. Mrs. Evelyn Allcbach gave report on the district meeting held recently in Rogers, and Mrs. Pearl Walker gave a resume of Goldcnrod activities covering the past year. Mrs. Janice Johnson gave a talk on the accomplishments of the Abilities Unlimited organi- sation in K.'iyc'Ucville and Mrs. Dear Heloise: I cut clear plastic to cover the top of my footstool a n d thumbtacked the plastic to the under side of the stool. This protects the tapestry on the footstool, yet the pattern Mrs. Samuel Hucke and Mrs. Iceland Bryan were hostesses for the pro-nuptial affrir given in the home of Mrs. Bryan on East Lafayette. Table decorations consisted of while lace over pink with while snapdragons, stock and p i n k and white carnations as a centerpiece. The bride-elect, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Smith of Springdale, wore a white carnation and white tube rose corsage with her pink lace dress. Mrs. Marius Lindloff a n d Mrs. Daivd Polphrcy. mother of the bridegroom, poured for the ·10 guests w h o attended t h e afternoon affair. Martha Rciff and Mrs. \elliei They were assisted by Mrs. Brown, charter members uf (lieJKoscoc Ambrose, Mrs. Emily club, gave interesting com-1 Hooper, and .Mrs. Grace Keith. ments on the early years and the organization of rod Club. still shows through. Just wipe| Also assisting with arrange., ~ , , :mrnls were Kathy K a n t / , the Golden- ( , ()nnic W|n ,, M i r j n m D ,, p , , _ Bryan Hucke. Hayden Hueke. Mrs. Ira Van Meter was wcl- Mit/.i Koerner anrl Beatrice corned as a new member of t h e ! Bolt. . lllh j The bride's h o n k v a s a t ,, , ,. . . . Unified by Sara Harrison. It was announced that t h e , j ]iss S m j t l ) , V;|S |)rL , sr . nt( .,| ,, AFWC State Convention w i l l »c. R ,,| ( ] compote as the husk"-' held in Little Hock May 13-lj. : g i f l . with a damp cloth when soiled, or discard the plastic when i t ] j with the Pine Bluff Club hostess. becomes worn. Marie Newcomers Club Holds Luncheon The Fayetteville Newcomers Recital Slated At Arts Center The University of Arkansas Department of Music will pre sent Carla Wilson of Joplin. Mo., cellist, and Dina Cagle of El Dorado, pianist, in recital at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the con cert hall of the Arts Center. Club met April 9 at the Holiday I Their program include Inn, for the monthly luncheon ] sonata5 by Eccles, Brahms and and card games. There were 29 members and three guests attending. F o u r new members are Mrs. William C. Sherwood. Mrs. Jack Gaines, Mrs. James Fulton and Mrs.. sc ] 100 | svs tcm Bud Nestel. ' Mrs. Sherwood is the "newest newcomer" to Fayetteville. Mrs. P a u l Heerwagen. a bridge instructor, was present and arranged with interested members for bridge lessons. High bridge winner was Mrs. Wayne G. Jones and tying for second high were Mrs. Charles R. Paulk and Mrs. Dean Lamb. High canasta prize was won by Mrs. Russell Faupel and the special prize went to Mrs. Lloyd Conaway. Plans arc being made for a style show to be held at the next meeting on May 14. I Barber. Miss Wilson, a pupil of Jean Adams, and Miss Cagle a r e teachers in the Springdale I also make covers for my book of patterns by lining two pieces of heavy cardboard with Siloam Bridge Group Meets SILOAM SPRINGS -Thirty-] two women bridge p l a y e r s jarticipated in the April mect- ng of the Siloam Springs Bridge Association at the Siloam .prings Golf Club. Hostesses for the day were Mrs. G u s s i e Hultz of Siloam Springs, Mrs. Quentin Reed and Mrs. Edna Mae Carson of Stilwell, Okla. Players were present f r o m Maysville. Gravcltc. Dccatur, Gentry. Siloam Springs, a n d from Wcstville and Stilwell. Okla. Mrs. Fannie Linn. S i l o a m Springs, a guest, won the high score prize: Mrs. Jo Cauble of Decatur won second high, anil Mrs. Donna Lancaster. Siloam Springs, and a guest, won third high prize. The group will meet again on May 14 with Mrs. Alyn Flickin- gcr. Mrs. Ethel Foss and Mrs. Harry Thomas, all of Siloam Springs, as hostesses for the day. Edsel Ford To Visit JBU SILOAM SPRINGS -- Edsel F o r d . Arkansas' outstanding poet, will be on the campus of John Brown University on April 18. He is scheduled to give a reading in Room 212 of t h e Science building at 1 p.m. two o'clock, lie will discuss techniques of writing and publishing. The public is invited to attend these two sessions. Siloam WGA To Meet Thursday SILOAM SPRINGS - Mrs. Pat Ward and Mrs. Imcic.enc Powlewski will host the April meeting of the Siloam Springs Women Golf Association at the recreation room of the Siloam Springs Golf club on Thursday, April IT. The politick luncheon will be at 12:30 p.m. and a golfing contest will Follow the business meeting to be conducted by the president. Mrs. Ruth Blood. a s Mrs. S m i t h a n d M " . Pclphrey wore honored .1* special guests. The couple plan a M a y wedding. Births WASHINGTON O K N K K A I . Mr. and Mrs. W i l l i a m K i n - r a i d . Farmington. a daughter, A p r i l 11 .Mr. and Mrs. Thurston Morrow. 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