Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 9, 1972 · Page 5
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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 9, 1972
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IPWiUlllii«IIW Wedneiday, August 9, 1972 · S Doctor Says Good Health Goes With Good Looks MRS. GLENN DAVID BROWN · ·.0M /Miner Miss Brenda Kay Ramey Miss Brenda Kay Ramey, Glenn David Brown Wed - Mhs BrsntJa Kay Ramey became the brlda of Glenn David Brown kt a candlelight cersroony at Bitterest Park Baptist Charon in Arlington, Tax., at 8 p.m. on Aug. 4. The Hev. Emil V. Becker officiated. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ramey of Arlington, and Mrs. William E. Brown oE Stephenvill*, Tex., and the late Chaplain (U. Col.) Browc. The bride is the granddaughter of MT. and Mrs, Noid Wflaon and the late Mr. and Mrs. James 0, Ramey of etteville. Presented in marriage by her father, the blide wore a gown silk was of taffeta overlaid with o r g a n z a . The gown fashioned with en empke waist with long, gathered sleeves cuffed · with' lace and seed pearls. Scalloped lace accented the bodies and skirt which .was bordered with lace and seed gearls.rHer veil of illusion was caught to a crown of seed pearls and sequins, and she carried a colonial bouquet of white sweetheart roses, star flowers and lilies-of-the-valley. ; Miss Ann Boney of Eastland, Tex., was maid of honor. She Wore a gown of yellow satin overlaid; with silk organza. Her dress featured an empire waist with a wide flounce around the hem. It was accented with a sccop neckline and short sleeves ending in a ruffle. She wore a wide-brimmed hat of matching yellow and carried bouquet of spring flowers. Gregory Brown served his brother as best man, and ushers were Jimmy Ramey, brother of · the bride, and John Cunyas .of Stephenville. . Candlelighters were Craig and Tcdd Wilson of Fort Smith, the bride's cousins. Divini Martin of Dallas was flower girl, and Billy Brown, the bridegroom's brother, was ring bearer. · Music for the wedding was provided by Cathy Slimp of Lipan, Tex., who sang "All My Life," "True Love Comes From God" and "The Wedding Prayer." ,, Mrs. Ramey chose for her daughter's wedding a yellow street length dress featuring an empire: waistline. She wore a corsage of yellow sweetheart roses. The bridegroom's mother wore a double knit dress with a beige bodice and a red, blue and beige checked skirt. Her corsage was of white sweetheart roses.. ; Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the Fellowship Hall of the church, where the guests' were registered by Miss Cindy Partain of Shawnei Mission, Kan., cousin of the bride; The tables were covered with white net overlaid with yellow scalloped voile. Beth Price ol Arlington and Rita Wilson oi Mineral Wells, Tex., served the traditional wedding cake which was iced with yellow frosting and white, and topped with a miniature bouquet of spring 'lowers. Beverly Hopper of God .ey, Tex., and Nancy Wilson o Fort Smith, cousin of the bride served-the punch. For their wedding trip, the bride wore a lime green double knit lace dress with an empire waist, square neckline ; double bell sleeves. Her cessories were beige, and she wore a, while rose corsage liftet from her bouquet. The.brlde was graduated from Sam Houston High School in Ar lington, and attended Tarleton State College. Her husband wa graduated from high school a Stephenville, and is a 197 graduate of Tarlelon Stat College. During his colleg years, he was listed in Who' Who in American Colleges anc Universities. Both were acliv in the Baptist Student Union. By F R A N K CKEPBAU | MOSCOW (AP) -- A visit to 1 Moscow's Institute.' of Beauty shows the Soviet Union Is not only , Interested in creating the nbw Soviet man ideologically pure, but In making him betlor and younger looking and Wrinkle-free. . · . . : / , ' ' . · . ,'. : "Good looks and. health go together," ^said ; Dr.' Inna lya- nbvna ;Kolguneko, director of the Institute,'a "vivacious, dim pled woman who says she's soon to be a grandmother, but looks younger. The institute is a medical establishment wilh 60 staff and consultant doctors. They repair disfiguring birlh defects,.work on skin problems, bob noses, give face lifts, transplant hair and erase wrinkles. This Is the biggest of such establishments in the Soviet Union. · : Although Dr. Kolguneko says these arts have been practiced icre for 40 years, it's a sign f the times that business is ncreasing rapidly at the insti- ute. · ' ' ' · - ' . People in the Soviet Union are ivlng better and dressing better nan ever before, notes Dr (olguneko. "Naturally, the time las come when a person wants q .pay more attention to his own personal appearance. "And people want to stay young. That problem is a socia jroblem in our country as wel as your countries," she told i group of foreign correspondent! lermilted to see the instiluli on a tour f o r e i g n Department. arranged by thi Ministry Pres The inslilute is housed in oni of the new, high-rise building: on Kalinin Street that some for eigners call the "Miracle Mile.' For Dr. Kolguneko, a site "on he best street in town, th showcase of Moscow," prove "how much the party and th government care about thesi problems. While medical care is free ii the Soviet Union, the patient must pay for services at th institute. Dr. Kolguneko said ', face lift or nose job thai woul cost $1,000 to $1,500 in a wester country is done here for th equivalent of $48 to $60. She said among the institute' 68,000 patients last year, 11 were foreigners "61 from capitalist countries and 52 from socialist countries." But before a foreigner come. to Moscow to get a face li he should calculate plane fare and plan on a stay of aboi two months in Moscow. The in stitute staff said from initia consultation to actually gettin a hospital bed can take tw months and even longer. Despite the low prices an insistence that nobody is turne away from the institute, D Kolguneko said it is "totall profitable and its existence i covered by money we take in.' She said 30 per cent of tl patients are men, adding wit a laugh: "Many of t h e m wanting to get the shape icir noses fixed aflcr boxing, resiling, hockey or .other porls," T r e a t m e.h,t.for removing rlnklcs is popular .with women, Now II is ;possible, to have a olally young face' without any cars,", said Dr. Irlna Ivanovna rom-Vrublevskaya, the insti- tile's depuly director. ····. Sbvlet;womenistlil \yprk In the elds or in factories and at onsiructlbny projects alongside men and she was asked if such onditions caused particular roblems for Soviet women. "Women are . w o m e n no matter where they arc and they Iways have time to look aflcr icmselves," she said.; Dr. rom-Vrublevskaya, who said he was "long past 50," flushed lightly when askctl how she opt her youthful face. "I had n operation," she said. : Institute, doctors talk many «ople out of having their noses hanged or other, operations. "It a 16-year-old doesn't like her lose we explain her facial keleton is still growing and we lon't do such operations before he age of 18," said Dr {olguneko. ' . "At 15 or 16 we often think ive look catastrophic," she said 'and at W we find we arc gooc coking." Births i Jln'iili iii ii ill ii WASHINGTON GENERAL Mr. and Mrs, ···Samuel Lodge wood of Cnnsvlllc, Mo., a daughter, Aug. ,4, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Ray Me- Connell of 1352 N. Levorett, a daughter, Aug. 4, Mr, and Mts, Gary Dean Ben tan of Springdale, a son, Aug S, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lee Barton of Lincoln, a son, Aug. 5. Mr. and Mrs. James Watklns of Springdale, a son, Aug. 0. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Goodrich of Pestus Estates, a son, Aug 6. i i i ' i i i l i l r liil'iii Personals Sieve,' .Cupps. 18, ' o f Jb'o'rt Worth, Tex,, Uhc -grandson, of Mrs. Gertrude .· M, » Cuppf ' of Fayctlevlllc; has )jieh.*rnnted a presidential appointment to UiOjAlr Force Academy, Cupps, the son ot M/Sg^ Robert C, Cupps, Is a former resident qf Jfayctte'vllle, where he attorned Hlllcrest Junior High: School. ·Young Cu'pps plans to major In mechanical engineering at In* academy, . , · . Mr. and Mrs. W e l t o n Wcndt of Elklns have returned home from a two weeks trip to Hawaii. While there, ; they were houseguosla of Mr, and Mrs. John Slelri at Pearl City. On Seven-Day Voyage Mr, and Mm. James Morton, 1404 Township Road, returned; home, July 29 from a seven-day voyage aboard the en/s : Bohcme. During t h e voyage, the Bohcme visited the Dominican Republic, t h e Virgin Islands, Puerto :Rlco and Haiti. Announcements The American Legion'-Post itid Auxiliary will hold a picnic Thursday at 7 p.m. at Wlthrow Springs State Park. The women are asked to hririg a covered dish,, , . ; ' . . . The Johnson and allied Families' reunion Is to be held Sunday,. Aug. 13, in the com muhity building at Wesley. Those planning to attend are asked to bring a lunch basket. Friends are Invited. Bridge News Winners in the special club game played Sunday, Aug. 6 b y ' t h e Ml. Gayler Duplicate Bridge Club were: Mrs. Norman McCartney and Mrs. P. W. Ross, Fayetteville, first; Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Barbee, Springdale, second; Ronnie Burns and Dale Pearson, Fort Smith, third; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Borengasser and Mrs. Spence Leamons and Harold Stiles, all of Fort Smith, tied .for fourth place. The Best-Dressed, Best-Groomed, Best-Looking Lady Shops at LONG'S STYLE SHOP 10 EAST CENTER · 442-6571 Sleeves New Focal Point In Fashion We'll all see a lot of arm waving over fashion this fall and .small wonder! 'What better way to focus attention on the newest focal point -- the sleeve? Now that the focus of fashion nas shifted to sleeves, the whole silhouette has altered. A dolman: sleeve . . . w i d e at the armhole, tapering to the wrist, often 'cut in one piece with the bodice', i ..demands an accentuated waistline and a skirt that lies close to the body, whether it's a pleated or straight skirt. And designers 61 d r e s s e s , coals " a n d even sweaters are happily at work giving us exciting fall things with new "room at the top." Caution: the dolman is for the tall and slim. If your figure tends to fullness at the top, look for sleeve news of another stripe. Sleeve - on - sleeve is another way of creating emphasis in this new area. It's layering -plus! Pull on a cable knit, V neqked sweater than ends at the waistline, or above over a cuffed, long-sleeved shirt in a contrasting color or white . . and you've captured the spirit of the thing! Kanuki sleeves -- wide cap sleeves, often in pattern or color contrast to the garment -- are wide and handsome . . . am appear in -sweaters, dresses and especially at-home wear. Daily Calendar of Events Thursday Christian Women's Club Luncheon,'Wyatt's, 12 noon. Rotary Club, Holiday Inn, 12:05 p.m.' · . ; Fayetteville Jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star Chapter, Masonic Temple, 8 p.m. Legion Post and Auxiliary Picnic, Winthrow Stale Park, 7 p.m. Porter Family Reunion Held At Prairie Grove Descendants and relatives of the late W. T. (Bill) and Lelitia G u i s i n g e r Porter gathered Sunday, Aug. 6 for a reunion at Battlefield Park in Prairie Grove. A basket dinner was served at the noon hour, and the afternoon was spent in visiting and reminiscing. ' The oldest attendant was Mrs. Gertrude Collins of West Fork, a sister of W. T. Porter, and Ihe youngest person present was John Brad Rollins, a groai- great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Porter. Approximately 5 8 other persons nttended the reunion. States represented, In addition to Arkansas, were Oklahoma, Kansas and Texas. Now In Progress Our GOOD-BYE SPARE SALE Our Entire Stock Must Go. Save Now! Neck Flattery If you have a long neck, select n hair style that Is long and slightly fluffy; If your neck Is short slick to a becoming short hair-do. Chuck's Bake Shoppe Eastgale Shoppers Clly-Phorio 5Z1-MOJ Now Open ... CHUCK'S CAKE SIIOPPB It) "The Ice Crcnin Parlor" at Evelyn Hill* Shopping Center . . , for the very finest In Decorated Cakes. 50% · Pantsuits · Blouses · Skirts · Shoes And Many More Items Boston Store Downtown Fayotteville We're saying goodbye to the square because we have 4 times the space and selection in our beautiful new Northwest Arkansas Plaza Store! 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