[Historical Association To Meet For 35th. Anniversary The Phillips County Historical Society will he host lo Ihc 35th anniversary meeting of the \rknnsas Historical Association I'lnirsday, Friday and Saliirtltiy at Helena, according to Dr. Walter Brown, University of of the Pulaskt County Historical Society. "Prominent Hlncks in ' ~ Clyde Okhi.. "The C u m m i n s . Prison Skeleton": and Cyrus SiiUicr : land, professor or architecture at tlic University of Arkansas, the Helena Area"; Dr.. C. Snow oE Oklahoma second coimly ritige MRS. FLOYD R. HORNADAY was Miss Linda Blizabsth Cosby be/ore her recent mar- Miss Linda Cosby Is Church Bride In a candlelight, ceremony in the sane L nary of the First Christian Church on Friday, April 9, Miss Linda Elizabeth Cosby became the bride of Floyd Ronuld Hornaday, with the Reverend Stephen Cranford. officiating. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William V. Cosby of FayeUcjvLllc, and the bridegroom's parents Â»re Mr. and Mrs. Floyd F. HornEiday of For- dycc. Wcdd in g vows were pi edged before the altar decorated with an arrangement of while gla doli, pink carnations and pink roses. A large brass candelabra holding while tapers, arched the floral arrangement. On either side of the altar, the chunccl railing held white tapers, brltta greenery and baby's breath and two large Grecian urns o greenery Hanked the entrance lo the chance?!. Four brass flooi candeluhrum holding lighted white tapers and adorned witi pink carnations, foliage an 1 white ribbons, marked the pew [or the parents of the bride am bridegroom. Â·. Max Ryan, church, organist athercd al the wrists. _ ,, Hoth ore corsages of pink rosebuds. Following wedding cerc- ony, M reception honoring the ouple was held in Ihe annex f the church. The reception able was laid with a pink cloth ith a white overlay edged in bite lace and was centered ilh a silver candelabra holding white tapers, interspersed Â». tt floral arrangement o! ink carnations, pink roses ant ern. The three tiered wedding ake was decorated with rose uds, and each lier \va( cparalcd by Grecian columns 'he cake was served by Mrs. im Heese, aunt of the bride nd Mrs. Lurry Kealon. Punch vas served by Mrs, Vcrnone Â·IcBryde, from a silver bowl accented at the base by pink carnations and foliage. A table covered with a rose ,ait cloth and bordered with hands of satin held the guest mok which was ultcnded by tiiss Kalhy i\\-:l-Â£ of Fayelte- Â·ille. It also held the lighted ncniory candle which was incirclcd - w i t h pink rosebuds, Arkansas professor of history and editor ot the A r k a n s a s His lorical Quarterly. The convention headquarters will be Ihe Fine Arts Center (tic campus of Phillips Coimly'Community College. Dr. Foy Lisenby, professor of his lory at the University of Cen tral Arkansas, is program chairman. Thomas E. Tappai of Helena Is in charge of Itica arrangements. The three-day program in eludes a tour ol homes, i reception with the Phillip County Historical Society a host, and pleasure riverboa rides provided by the Helen Boat Club. The tour of borne is in connection with the serou unnual Helena Pilgrimage Also, a special program o Arkansas music and music b Arkansas composers lo be p'c formed by b u n d , organ, solois 1 and choral groups will b presented in the Lily- Pelt Auditorium. Ms. Mary .D. Hm gins of Hot Springs will b narrator. Opening Ihc program Thur day at. H p.m. .will be a pan comprised of Harry Ashnior t h e Pulitzer Prize -winnii former executive editor I h C A r k a n s a s Gazette w currently is an associate of t! Center for the Study of Dem cratic Institutions at Sat Barbara, Calif.; Harry Hainc editor of the Blylhcville Cou ier, and Fred Williams, p Tensor of history at the Univt stty of Arkansas at Little Rut The topic is "The Ai-kans Image." Other speakers and Iheir topics will he Mrs, Carroll R. Cannon of Forrest ' City, "Arkansas Maps": L a r r y ' D. yeltcville, "Arkansas -- AI chitcclural Microcosm." .;. Others on the program hide Dr. John Kasley, presi- nl of Phillips County Com- unity Coftcge; James E. iner, Arkansas Stale Univer- y; George Thompson of endrix College nl Comvay; lisa ri Turlcv of Helena; and larles Bolton of UALR. has o f Dr. . . . _ secretary-treasurer ^ . Arkansas Historical Association since 1955 and editor of its quarterly -since tfl.iB, said the a n n u a l awards publications will presented, al the annual Asso cialion dinner Friday night at 7 p.m. in the Student Centei Cafeteria. Malcolm Moore e' Balcsville, first vice presidcn of the Association, will rnak the presentations. Dr. Waddy W.- Moore professor of history al thi University of Central Arkansa and Association president,- wil preside. Twenty-nine women and lour men at Ilic University of A r k a n - sas have hccn selected lor membership in Mortar Board, a national honor society for seniors. The four -men selected NerthwÂ«t Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, April 18, 1976 Â· F A V I I T T K V I U . K , A U K A N S A S 3B Mortar Board Taps First FourMen Springdale and Becky Womach of Little Rock. Named to the Cardinal K,ey were Connie Jo Allrcd of Mountain Home: Sharon Ashley c! Osceola; Cheryl Black-wood of Bcnton; Gail Brantion ol Fay were the first for the Fayctte- vi,,e chapter since a ~ ^Ule; ] ^anel^vvhcrcl the o r g a n i z a t i o n s nalionJl| ,;,,,,,Â·",,,,,,,,: ,,*Â»Â»,, ir,,,riun/i n by-laws opened it lo men. The ceremony was a parl of Ihe annual Associated Fayelteville; Pain" Everett Little Rock; Carolyn False Devils Elhow, Mo.; Ball, professor of history al Arkansas State University. "Reformed, Regenerated and Disenthralled: Arkansas Resists the Pugilists"; Bobby Roberts of Helena, a Ph.D. candidate at the University of Arkansas, ^ayetleville, "T h n m a s Car- nichacl Hindman: Arkansas Studenls Spring Feslival last 1 Flowers of Texarkana Wednesday nifitit. Twenty new " n ^ H n r m n n of members for the Chimes, a ser-| Chcry Adriar vice organization for sophomoiY' women, and 25 for Cardinal Key, an honorary service juniors, also t Springs, TÂ«x Hopkin naird of Hot and Jean Hopkins, bollrof Vat Burcn; Mary , Elizabeth Kir Springs; Adel organisation were named. New Mortar Board members are Judy Adams of Benlon: Vicki Blomquist ot Council B l u f f . Iowa; Sara Bunyard of s; rn " Perryvillc: Leigh Campbell of;Â£. a TM n ! Earle; Joe Ellsn Chivers ot Si- 5 ,.' ! loam Springs; Calhee Grain of Killrell of Fayctteville; PeKR Laliy of iMcGehee; Diane Lotzi of Little Rock; K a t i e Lilico! of Richardson, Tex.; Paig Partain of Van Bur/?n; Karc Pottebaum of Cassville. Mo. Leslie Smith of Paragonld Lynn Walker of \ and Libby Willman FoVt'smiVhrJoaTm'iirGardncr of Lonoke ! Bartlcsville, Oka.; Debbie Gill' more and Diana Gillniorc, both ' of Litllc Rock; Patrice Gurlcy ! of Blyllicvillc; Cheryl Harris of Clarksvillc; Christy KanV?r of West Memphis; Katie Kirk of Batesville; Chris Krucgcr of Fayelleville; J u l i a Loring of Rogers; Julia McHancy ol Rlytheville; Janice Mosgers ol - West Mcmhis; Kmi Nicholson i of Blythcvllle; Fliece Ripley of El Dorado; Cindy Ritch Â« Athletic Banquef '" Scheduled At West Fork School The annual Athletic Banquet pon.sorcd bv the Booster- C!ub f Wesl Fork High School Will ake place al 7:30 p.m.,-Friday, \pril 23, in Ihe West Fork Elementary Cafeteria. Guest speaker . will Â· be ' Jim -indscy. former running* back or the Arkansas Raz.orhacks nd the Minnesota Vikings and candidate for governor . of \rkansas. The banquet honors all high .school basketball, ! football. juseball and track players, aiid special award, the Black aifil old Award, will be awarded ,o a man and woman who httv'e displayed leadership, scholastic and athletic ability. Â· Their names arc kept secret until announced at the banquet.. Tickets may be obtained from members of the Booster Club or from West Fork merchants.; Add Swiss Cheese ; Corned-beef sandwiches, benefit from being served *"'Ji cabbage slaw to which Ihjn strips of Swiss cheese- have been added. Fire-Eater carnations and foliage. presented a program ot pre nuplMl music, and Mrs..'Ma: Ryan sang "Entreat Me Nol T Leave Thee", as the candle were lighted, and "God of ou Fathers" during the wciMin ceremony. -The processxna was the traditional weddin march. Given in marriage by li father, the bride wore Â« *t of polyester organza. Tn empire- bodice featured square neckline and shor sleeves bordered with Veins lace, and the bodice was pa tcrned wilh Vcniso lace rosetu trimmed wilh pearls. The fu A-line skirt swept into a chnp Irain, and repeated the san Irim as thai on the bodice. He camelot headpiece was Irm mcd with. Vcnise lace and pearls and the chapel-length veil was bordered with Vcnise lace matching Ihut on her dress. She carried bridal bouquet of while carnations and pink roses. accented with baby's breath and foliage and lied" willi pink streamers. Her jewelry was a I'earl pcmlanl, a gift from the bridegroom. Attending Ihe bride as maid of honor was her sister. Miss Kylah Leigh Cosby. Bridesmaids were M r s . James R. Walker, and Mrs. Thomas Davis of Fayelleville. and Mrs. Jim Johnston, sislcr of the bridegroom of Harrell. They wore [loor-length gowns of polyester knil, cut with empire waistlines over A-linn skirts ond caught in a tic at the back The cape collars were accented wilh pleated lace trim. Tho maid of honor's gown wa. sensational pink. and she carried Â« bouquet ol pink ear nations, pink roses with accents of baby's breath and foliage and lied with pink streamers Tlic bridesmaid dresics wen pastel pink and they carried identical bouquets of scnsa lional pink oiirrialions. pink roses, with, baby's brea'n Â«.T foliage and lied w i l h scn-satior.a pink streamers. Each of th attendants wore pink piclur hals, trimmed wilh roses an pink streamers. They wnr wrist length white gloves an' pink simclals. Their jewelry \va a monogrammccl necklace, Â·gift from the bride. Lewis llornaday, of Fqrdyci served his brother as best mai and groomsmen were Trnma Scoll ot Fayelleville, Gary Ho naday, brother of Ihc bridi groom of Fonlyce nml .1" Johnston, brother-in-law of II bridegroom of Harrell. Ushci were cousins of Ihc brid Donald Reese and Ilichar Reese, both of Faycttevill They also served as candl lighters. Â· The bride's mother chose floor length gown of Trcvi knil in scnsalional pink, foalnrcd chiffon lanlcrn slccv and was caught at Ihc empi waistline wilh a jeweled brooc The bridegroom's mother chc-s a floor length gown of polycsl knil in aqua. The jacket h rows of lace insertion and fe lured long sleeves, sot The bridal party was assisted jy Mrs. Clyde Terry, and Mrs. Timothy White was hosless for :hc reception. She wus assisted T h o m a s . E To Marry In May Tappan of Helena, "Mississippi Riverboats"; Steve Smith of Faycttcville. a Ph.D. candidate n the Department ot Commu- i i c a t i o n s a I Northwestern University at Evanslori, 111., "Courtroom Oratory"; Tom Dillard of Little Rock, president Mr, anil Mrs. Lnuis Sim of Blylhcvilic a n n o u n c e t h . e . engagement .and appniaching marriage of iheir daughter,': Urendii Ellen, to Geary 1) a I c Trout, son of Sir. and Mrsr .lake Trout; Route C, Foyelte'- . ville. The hride-elcct received nil Associate Degree of Nursing from the University ol Af-. kansas and is emptuycil as an Il.N. at Hie VA llosiiilal. The 1 Paris; Peggy Scha'kel of Euro 1 ka Springs; Cynthia Shaw and Nancy Shaw, both of Fort S m i t h ; Sara Slullz of Dallas. Tex.; Deborah Sullivan and Jeanic Turner, bolh of Crossott; Vicki VanZandl of Fort Smith; Rhona Weaver ot Salado; and Connie Woodruff of Carlisle. M.-m named were Evcrcltc Lynn Harris of Little Rock; I.ce H a r t z of Slullgart: Ron Johnson ol Paris; and Paul Oxenrcider of Everlon. i New members of Ihe Chime;, arc Charlotte Carroll of Mal- 1 vern- Ellen F.nglish and Cindy Henry, holh of North Little Rock; .Leigh Ann Heslorly of Little Rock; Betsy Hanes Stullgarl; Jane Horner Rlvthcvillc; Pam House Batesville: Kalhy Kingrcy Strong; Elizabeth Lucy of Tex arkana; Melissa Moore of Ben ton; Susan Price of Smackoycr Kim Randb of Faycltevillc .... ,, - .- , Emilv-Roberts of Mena; Debbie ncd for 1 o'clock in tlic eve- Roblce of Springdale; Ann Sav- ning on May 1 at Calvary As-, icrs and Diane Smith, both of semhly of " G o d Church in Â· Fort Smith; Palti Riffin of Dal- Favettcvillc. las. Tex.; Kathy Vanzant of I Lowell; Diane Weaver of prospeelivo - bridegronin, a 1370 grailualc of Pralrtc Grove High School, is an em- ploye ot Welch Fooils in : Sprillgrialc. lie plans to atlcnil Ihe University ol Arkansas in t h e ; t a l l . The wedding is nlan- LIFE RENEWED Â· Easter renews faith promise of resurrection. Â· With similar 1aith m Guidance, Medicine and Prfaf-'- macy work towards relieving- pain and illness for the goqfl.: of all mankind. Â· H" Ws Pick Up and Deliver Prescriptions^. East Side of Square "--;,. Easter Festiva (CONTINUED F-ROM PACK IB) sacrifice on - cross. They that the body of Jesus disappeared from His tomb on the third day after His crucifixion. An angel appeared to His Followers and announced, "He is ri.sen." C S i r i s t i a n s celebrate Easter everywhere with great jy Mrs. Buford Williams, Mrs. Wayne Counts, and Mrs. Robert Sommers. Miss Emily Hardin, Miss Sherri Sommers and Miss Pamela McBryde also assisted. Teresa Williams anil Leana Bailey distributed rice hags. For imvel, the bride wore.a pink dress with matching jackel, and pinned her molhcr's ^,,,,1,,^,, ^ u ....... .. corsage at her shoulder. After chocolate bunnies, and 'hunt their honeymoon to Wasiiington.! colorful Easter eggs and litlle IXC. arid Williarnsbnrg, Va., the! girls and b o y s wear new couple will be at home in Fay- ' Â· Â·Â· Â·- Â·- citevillc. ' Among the out-of-town guests were Mrs. Larry Keaton, El Dorado, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne H'.ill, Wcst ; Fork, Mr. and Mrs. : Bruce Crider, Greenland. Mr. rejoicing. In many areas; children colled candy and d Mrs. 1C. Mr. Max Ryan, Spring- and Mrs. Floyd F. wear cln-r new on _ spring clothes to Easter. EASTER SYMBOLS THE CROSS represents t h e crucifixion of Jesus Christ and h a s special meaning Christians , as a symbol jrnaday. Fordycc, parents of e bridegroom. Mr. and Mrs. a r y llornaday, Fordyce oilier and sister-in-law, of Ihe idegrnom, Mr. and Mrs. Jim hnslon, brother-in-law and stcr of Ihe bridegroom. Mr. d Mrs. Jimiii Heller, Coluin, Missouri, aunt and uncle the bride. Vicki Terry. Van iron, and Russell Workman, ulberry. On Salurday preceding Hie cdtling, the bridc-lo-be cnlcr- ined wilh a bridesmaid lunch- in at her home. Those at- nding were Mrs. James II. r alker, Mrs. Tiiomas Da\'is iss Kylah Cosby and her .,,,,,,,,, other, Mrs. William Cosby. [raditic The bride-lo-be was honored | n j ne ilh a miscellaneous shower ii ic Electric Living Cenlcr n oulhwesfern Pllcclric Power ompany. Hostesses were Mrs ames R. Walker. Mrs. Tommj avis, and Mrs. Jack Tuck frs. William Cosby, mother o \c bride-elect, was a spechi ucst. She and Miss Cosby wcr rcscntc-d pink c a r n a t i o n cor- . Refreshments of punch and ake were served from a lablc covered with a while linen cloth centered with an arrangement f pink carnalions iuid baby's srcath. Silver candlesticks held vhite tapers, and other appointments were silver and crystal. Chrisl's victory over death. The cross often appears as an Easter symbol. People in many parls of the world eat special cakes called hot cross buns luring the Easter season. Each cake has a cross of icing on Is crust. T l t K L A M B Easter decorations and paintings often ncludc the figure of a l a m b as a symbol of Jesus. Lamb s one of the traditional Kaster foods and cookies anil cake shaped like lambs dccorali many lablcs at Easier time. The symbol of the laml comes from the Jewish I'csati or Passover, holiday. ThcN sacrificed a lamb, called a paschal lamb, during thei iraditional Passover cercmon" Temple hristians poke of Jesus as "the Lamb f God. which lakclh away the in of the world" (John }:29): LIGHTS, candles, and even o n f i r c s mark Easter elebrations .in some lands, loman Catholics in some ounlries put out all the lighls f Iheir churches on Good Vitlay. On Easter Eve. they make a new fire to light the m a i n paschal candle and u s c j his candle to relight all the tmdlcs in t h e church. They tfhl their won candles from Ihc jrcat paschal candle, and carry hem home to be used on pecial occasions. In many pans of northern and central Europe, people mm bonfires on tlic hilltops, moV gather around Ihc bonfires and sing Easter hymns. EGGS represent the new life hal returns to n a t u r e abo'vit faster time. The custom ol exchanging eggs began in ancient times when Egyptians and Persians often dyed eggs in spring colors and gave them lo tiicir friends as gifts. The Persians believed [hat the earth had hatched from a gainl egg. Early C h r i s t i a n s of Mesopotamia were the first to used colored eggs for Easlc.' In some European coun'.rie. 1 people colored eggs red to represent the joy of th-; resurrection. I n England, friends often wrote messages ... Jerusalem, and dales on Ihe eggs they nlcrprelcd fh exchanged. _ EVELYH HILLS SHOPPING CENTER, FAtETrEVILLE, ARK . OUR BIGGEST SALE EVER! 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