Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 12, 1972 · Page 5
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MRS. FREDERICK LARRY ROSBOROUGH ... the former Miss Cheryl Jean Hardcastle Cheryl Jean Hardcastle, F.L Rosborough Says Vows Double Wedding Ceremony Held At Elkins Ilimtsvlllo - The, ^In's' Full uhpcl Chilich wns InO »ccnu of ; a double weddlnK Juno '24 wliL'ii' Loulfio Bnuinan bccurno the brldo of Duvld Mashburn, nnd Margaret IJi'unnun bocumo tho brldp, ofi Jo|mriy Hiinkhis, The brides lira the ilaugmoi'B of Mr. and Mrs,, Donald Bran- nai of \Vosley, The .bildo- Kiooms' pmonts a r c Mi, and Mus. Loy Mushlwin of Spring- diilc and Mr and Mm, Wayno Uiinklns of Koulo 7, Fayelle' vlllo. ,, A piogram o( welding muslo was pidicnlcd by Karon Sup Waltcsi pianist. Donald Brari- nan, fattier ot the brides, pci- formed the double wedding ceremony. Given in maulage by tholr father, the brldos wore identical gowns of white brld.il satin enhanced with erhbroldercd laqe trim. The gowns weie fashioned by the biidos' mother. , Maids ot honoi were Janet Crumbles ot Wichita, Kan , and Pat Brannan of Springfield, Mo, They wore lavendei gingham check gowns, Tommy Rose and Benny Stout served as best men, The guest Iwoks were kept by Patsy Bakei of Wesley, Mr, and Mrs. E V. Watson Invited the guests to their home at Wesley for the wedding reception Vicky Hill, Ilene and Von Bennett assisted with tho decorations ' Beth Mashburn, Patricia Hankms and Sharon Hudson presided at the punch bowl and served wedding cakes which were made and decorated by June Harvey Mr. and Mrs. David Mashburn are residing in Springdale where he is employed. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hankins are residing in Fayelteville where lie Is employed. IffllllllllllllBIIM^ 1 Springdale -- The sanctuary ,, of th« First Baptist Church at Springdale was tha setting for ··th« wedding of Miss Cheryl ·Jean Hardcaslle and Fredrick ; Larry, Rosborough on Sunday, .' Aug. 5 at 3 o'clock in the af- .ternoon. Parents of the couplo are Mr. dlclight lace. Streamers' in the five chosen colors adorned the front oE the table, and appointments were in crystal and silver. Announcements : Any family in the 'Northwest Arkansas ' area interested in some time and ex- ·nd.Mrs. Aohel E. Hardcastle of rosebuds' and fresh Janet Cawood of Springdale penences with a foreign student kept Ihe.guest book. at the University o f . Arkansas The four-tiered cake was is asked to get in louch with accented with pastel cascades . of Springdale, and Mrs. Nell Sulaira of Fayette, Ala.; and ,, Henry Rosborough of Tuscaloo- V*a, Ala. The double ring service v/as ..officiated by the Rev. Clifford Palmer at an altar decked with baskets of while gladioli and pink carnations with pastel ribbon accents; flanked by candelabra trimmed with ivy and pastel ribbon streamers. Nuptial musia was provided by Norman Crbvvde D , brg anist, and Mrs. Joe Zulpo, .sister of the bride; who sang "One Hand, .. One ' Heart." :Mi's. Ron: Davis, i aunt .of the ibride,-sang "The ,, Wedding Prayer." Presented in marriage by her .father, the bride wore a gown ,,of candlelight satapeau. The bodice was re-embroidered with Alencon lace, and the sheer : yoke was enhanced by me- dalions centered with seed pearls. The gown had a wedding ·ring neckline, Juliet lantern sleeves and a re : embroidered Alencon lace and satapeau watteau train trimmed with .satin bows and seed pearls. Her fingertip mantilla of French "illusion was bordered in -mat- · ching lace. Her bouquet was -composed of phalaenppsis orchids in a cascade with . stephanolis, lily-of-the-valley, i gypsophlla and ivy. " .Miss Debra Hardcastle of -Springdale, sister of the bride, was maid ot honor. Bridesmaids .were Vicki Smith, Louise '.Parker, Janice Zulpb, sister ot the bride, and Sandy Hardcastle, a sister-in-law, all of -Springdale. The attendants were gowned in floor length dresses -in pastel colors ot pink, lilac, green, blue and yellow. The .'dresses had empire waistlines and were trimmed with satin ~bows and ribbons; The sheer -yokes were accented with white -medallions, w i t h the center matching the color of the dress The ovorskirts and puffed · s l e e v e s were of matching chiffon, and stand-up collars .accented the necklines. They wore swIss type braid picture hats with streamers matching Uhcir dresses. Each carried while wicker baskets tilled with carnations, gladiola florets, ivy and gypsophlla with ribbon streamers to match their dresses. Mr. JRosborough served his son as best man, and ushers nnd groomsmen were Steve Shclton and Ricky Sexton ol Fayclle, Ala., Joe Zulpo a n d Alan Hardcnstle of Springdalo. Miss Jeanne Davis of Spring- 'dale, cousin of the bride, was flower girl, and Kevin Ownbey 'of Russcllvlllc, another cousin, was ring hearer. Candle lighters Robbie McQuary. of Tulsa and ·Teddy Insco of Springdale, bolh cousins of the bride. For her daughter's' wedding, Mrs. Hnrdcnslle wore a pink double knit floor length dress with n Vcnlse Inco collar nnd . m a t c h i n g accessories. T h o bridegroom's molhor was nl- llrcd In n yollow crepe floor lenglh dress trimmed wllh silver sequins, nnd matching 'accessories, Both mother* wore "cymblitliim orchid conmges, Following the ceremony, a reception wns held In the Fellowship Hull. Tho hrldp's , Inblo wns covered wltli candlelight imtln overlaid with plcnlod can- nations and topped wilh miniature b r i d e and groom 'igurine under a white a r c h . The centerpiece was a branched candelabra centered with pastel carnations, baby's breath 'and pastel 'streamer's. The bridegroom's .table draped in a candlelight point cloth edged with boxwood garlands and white carnations. A chocolate groom's-cake ;was adorned with a ; white ball and chain and pastel buds. : : Assisting .with, the festivities were Kathy Nixon, cousin of the groom,:, of Tuscaloosa, Ala., Debbie Riggs of JopHn, Mo., and Mrs. Nedra Primrose of Tustin, Calif. For travel,"the bride wore !a raspberry and white polyester double knit crepe dress with a picture cessorii corsage. Mrs. William Morton at 442- V606, Mrs, Kennedy Deaver at 442-5683 or Mrs. Richard Roes sler at 521-6665. H o s t families do not provide any room ana board or financial assistance but do serve as goodwill ambassadors by simple acts of shared friendship and The 'Farmington Lions Club meeting on Tuesday, Aug. 15 p.m. at the Farmington will be tor the entire family. Watermelon will be served', and there will be games for all.,: Club will meet Monday at 6:30 p.m. at Wyatt's Cafeteria. To Be Married Huntsville -- Mr. and Mrs. cessories. She wore an orchid Orville E. Thompson announce the approaching marriage of The couple will be at'home their daughter, Janet Karen, to in Tuscaloosa, Ala., where both David T. Simpson on Wednes- tbe University of day, Aug. 23, 8 p.m. at Alabama. Both will major in physical education. Saturday, August 12, 1972 Ferguson-Palmer Vows Said MRS. DANNY RAY HULSB ...she was Miss Marietta Clinehens Miss Clinehens Becomes Bride Of Danny Ray Hulse Miss' Marietta 'Clinehens ·' be? bridesmaids'' h a s k e t s . Rob came the bride 'of Danny Ray Hulse'on Saturday, July 22, at 4:30 p.m. in the sanctuary of the First United Presbyterian Church in Fayetteville. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clinehens Sr. of Fayetleville and Mr. and Mrs. Howard H. Hulse of Wheeler A program -of tradiliona' wedding music, played by the o r g a n i s t . Mark Brockman preceded the ceremony. Kenneth Ballenger sang Mrs. 'Ave To Wed In September RENTALS * SALES *'»yeH6vllI! Ini« Mr. am! Mrs. Klchnrcl D. Stecle of 2201 Hurry Slrccl nnnouncc (he cngagcmcnl niul forthcoming innrringc of their iliiirghlcr, Harlmra-nnn, o Thnmns Frank Pnyloii, Ihe son of Mr. nnil Mrs. Eugene I'aylon of Ronlc 5, The wort- hing will lie nil cveiil of Scjil. 23 at 5:30 p.m. nt SI. Josciili's Cnllinllc Clmrcli, The lirldc- clcct Is n 1872 grnrlimlc of Knycllevlltc High Sclmnl. The prospective bridegroom, also a 1972 grndimlc of llic local Jilgh school, Is a nmnngcmcnt (rnlncc nt Wyntt's Cnfclerln. Maria" and "Entreat Me Nol To Leave Thee." The 1 sanctuary was dcckec witli candelabra : entwined with greenery, and pink asters Candles were lighted by ushers Charles Clinehens Jr., brother of the bride, and Dale Newberry. The Rev. Claiborne Bell of ficialed at the double 'ring ceremony before the com muni on table. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was allired in a gown of white silk organza A lace yoke outlined wilh a ruffle framed her face. The long, tapered sleeves were accented wilh a ruffle..at tin wrisls. The hem and attached chapel train were edged .with a wide lace'' ruffle. The lace surrounding the .empire wais and the appliqued skil-t were touched with pearls. A matching Juliet cap designed by the bride and her mother held Hie chape' lenglh veil of candlelight silk il lusion. She carried a basket o: stephanolis, pink and orchic asters and ivy centered with a purple orchid. Tucked in the basket was an antique hander chief belonging to her mother. Mrs. Charles Cassat was her sister's matron of honor. She wore a formal lenglh gown p while flower-sprigged cotton in a design similar to that of tin bride's. She wore a pink picture hal with long streamers and s tiny bouquet of flowers tuckec in the bow. She carried a baske of pi-nk and orchid asters B r i d e s m a i d s were M r s Charles Clinehens Jr., sister-in law of t h e bride, a n d Cath Hulse, Ihe bridegroom's sister Their gowns were identical 1 design, and they wore orchi picture hats. They also carrie baskets of pink and orchi asters. Miss Stacie Lynn Cassa niece of the bride, was flowe girl, She wore a,dress of Ih same flower - sprigged coltpn She had a liny bouquet o flowers In her hair, and carrier n miniature version of th ulse, cousin of the bridegroom, as ring bearer. The bridegroom fWas attended y his brother,'Randy Hulse as est man, and Jim Huber anc Dennis Ledbetter. The bride's mother, m pink lolled' swiss, wore a pink gardenia corsage. Mrs. Huls vas attired in a beige · knl dress, and her corsage was als a pink gardenia. Mrs. Ethel Junter, grandmother of the ride, wore a pink embroidered latiste dress and a white gardenia corsage. Following the ceremony, the wedding party received ! guests n the Fellowship Hall. The jride's table was covered wilh a white salin striped sheer cloth caught at th6 corners with tiny jouquels of flowers. The liered wedding cake was encircled with greenery and flowers at he base, and topped with a jouquet of fresh flowers. Mrs. Jim Luper presided at :he punch bowl, and Miss fenner; Upchurch and Mrs. Dick McChristian served the.cake. Miss Stephanie Hulse, niece of the bridegroom, 'and Miss Tracy Hulsu, Ihe groom's cousin, distributed the rice bags from small'baskets. Mrs. Doug Hulse, aunt of the M-idegroom, attended Ihe guest register. When the couple left for their wedding trip, the bride was wearing a light blue knit dress and the purple orchid lifled 'rom her baskel. The couple is now at home in Fayelteville; PERSIAN ANTIQUES (nil authentic) 807 2nd St. N.W. Bentanville, Ark, PLANNING A WEDDING? We innkc cakes Hint are delicious to cnl ami n Joy '.o hcholil. We nlsn carry the most complete assortment of wedding c»ko ornaments In Northwest Arkansas. Come anil »co for yourself. We ore nhout ! miles south of flic airport on Ilwy, 71, KOBIE CAKES West Fork Phone 839-2243 Closed Tuesdays T h o *aycllevlllo First Christian Church wan the setting for the wedding ot MJs» Linda Carol Pojmer of Juekson vlllo and Brock Frederick Ferguson of Muskogco, Oklai, on '.. Saturday, Aug 5 at 8 p m A reception In the church followed the ceremony, : Tho bride Is Ihe daughter of Mr and Mra Edwin Palmer of Jacksonville and the bridegroom's parents arc Mrs David Caglc of Muskogec and M Set Fred Ferguson of the Litllo Rock Air Force Base Officiating at the ceremony was tho Rev Mark Relcj v Nuptial music was provided by Davlri White, organist and Mrs Cecil England, soloist who sang "One Hand One Heart" and ''The Lord's Prayer " Presented In marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown fashioned of ' doticd swlss organza wllh an A line empire silhouette, featuring a wedding ring neckline and bishop sleeves accented wUh Venlse lace and velvet ribbon Her chapel length train, enhanced with a deep flounce also accented with lace and ribbon, flowed Into a full sweep Her veil of illusion was caught to a cap of lace petals and pearls She carried a Colonial cascade composed of an orchid nesled in yellow swcelhcart roses stephanotis miniature carnations and baby s breath. Mrs Michael Mohney of Springdale was matron of honor Bridesmaids were Miss Linda Behl of Fayetteville Mrs Donna Edmondson of Arkadel phla dnd Miss Becky Ferguson of Muskogee, sister of Ihe bride groom. Miss Mlchele Palmer, niece of Ihe bride, was flo er girl and ringbearer was Booner Kapland of Muskogee, cousin of Ihe bridegroom Doug Wilson of Muskogee served as best man and groomsmen were Paul Shelor Steve Jones and Horace Lind sey, all of-Muskogce. At the reception, Miss Bianca Delile presided at the guest book and the Misses Mai tha Pence, Cathy Milmore and Nancy Workman served at the bride's table. For travel, the bride wore a blue and white knit emsemble and the orchid corsage from her bouquet; Ihe couple will make their home in Chickasha, Okla. where both will altend the Oklahoma College of Liberal Arts Among the out of town guests at the wedding were Mr and Mrs Thomas D Cubbins of Little Rock the maternal grandparents Mrs Marlha Granger and Vicki of Conway Mrs Sammy Slarr and Carol Beth of Tupelo Miss Miss Lisa Cubbins of Seallle Wash anc Mrs. Bessie Whitfield bf Muskogee paternal grandparent MRS. BROCK FREDERICK FERGUSON ,. she was Miss Linda Carol Palmer, Household Hints Personals Dr. and Mrs. Clare Venema and children, Chris, Craig, Karen, Kathy and Kimberley have returned from a vacation trip to Florida, where they visited Disney World, Cypress Gardens, Sea Island and Cape Kennedy, and other points of interest. Serving A Crowd? Serving a crowd? Crush 2 quarts of fresh strawberries an sweeten with 1 cup sugar. Us the berries as a topping for gallon of vanilla ice cream Makes about 25 portions. For Sunday Night For Sunday-night supper ac small cooked shrimp and a, lilt sherry to canned mushrqon soup. After this course sen fruit salad. WGA To Meet Siloam Springs -r- Member of the Women's Golf Associatio will meet Thursday, August at 12:30 p.m. ill .the recreatio room for a luncheon an business meeting. A report w be. given on the NWAWG tourney held here July,16. Afte the luncheon, a nine hole goltin contest will follow. Hostesse for the day will be Mrs. Gu'ss Hultz and Mrs. Catharin Summers. Shower Honors Mrs. White Mrs. Robert R. White" was omplimented Saturday af rnoon, Aug 5 with a baby ft shower in the home of Mrs im McCord Hostesses were Jrs Ted Skokos Mrs Robert ray bill and Mrs. McCord. Twenty-four guests attended, h o s e from out of town 'ere Mrs Steed White ot Bella 'ista, Mrs James F Taylor drs Jimmie Taylor and Mrs Easton all of Fort Smith Jrs. .Ronnie, Yates and Mrs Charles Robertson of Russell ille and Mis Jack Eiler of Rogers. "Get with the Girls who moke it" FABRIC CITY Chuck's Bake Shoppe Eastgate Shoppers City--Phone 521-7393 Noiu'Open Chuck's Cake Shoppe In "The Ice Cream Palrlot' it Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Phone; 442-5747 Daily Calendar of Events Tonight ' Alcoholics Anonymous, 112'fe W Center, 1 7 p m Dudes and Dolls Square Dance Club, 112% W Center, 8 p m . SMITH'S 2-Way Radio Communication Your 2-way .radio head qua rtew In ·4ectronict ifrtce 1929. 6 N. Collet* HI 3-22 22 Ffr y«ir Prncrlplion [ Needs *N U We Give Sn Greta QUAKER DRUG K E Center -- 442-4246 Citj Parking Lot In Rear Sunday Salon 307, 8 et 40, Mrs.-Maxine Dickson, \\'iu p.m. Monday Recycling Center, West Street just off Dickson, Monday through Saturday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Community .Adult Center, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m, to 5 p.m. Fayelleville Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's; 6:20 p.m. Washing ton'Lodge Np.'l, Masonic'Temple, 7:30 p.m. ' Arkansas TOPS Chapter 30, Washington General Hospital, 7:30 pirn.'".':·'· "'i '.!*·.";.'. ·"· ' : · ; . . · - " Parents Aid, 1036 Highland, 8 p.m. " " ' , , - , B PW Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. · To Summer School Siloam Springs -- Sitoam Springs teachers and school personnel who have attended summer school and workshops during the summer have been Dale Akins, Glenn D. Black, Bill Dahl, Mrs. Louise Dahl. Don Haxol, Richard Hughes, Rickie Jones, Mrs. Susan Leflar, J. C. Long, Grndy Nichols, Jack Phillips. Mrs. Barbara Black, and Mrs. Arrela Scilz. Tom R. Lowder, D.D.S., M.S. Announces . The Opening of his office for the practice of ORTHODONTICS In Springdaie Phone 1213 South Thompson Hours by Appointment 751-1103 COME BACK AGAIN FOR Colonel Sanders' GREAT CHICKEN OUTING SPECIAL FEEDS A CROWD OF SIX Colonel Sanders'. Great CJiicen Outing special. A spread.that feeds six hungry people for less than ·$1.00 each. · -Herfl's what you get : · 15 pieces of-finger lickin' good chicken* · 2 pints of salad .of your choice · 6 hot, fresh rolls · 6 fried pies · 2 Quarts Pepsi-Cola No jub.Hlutlons. otter good thru 8-J3-72, Everyone Lov 3S What The Colonel Cooks Us finger tickirigood fHed 514 N. College -- 2768 N. College

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