Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 14, 1972 · Page 6
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MRS. HENRY SAMUEL MILT,ER JR. . . . she was Miss Melissa Lee Jones Daily Calendar of Events ·.Tonight . Fayelleville Evening Lions Club, Wyalt's, 6:30 p.m. Washington Lodge No. 1, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Arkansas TOPS Chapter 30, Washington General Hospital, ' 7:30 p.m. Parcnls Aid, 1036 Highland, g p.m. B PW Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. SMITH'S 2-Way Radio Communication Your 2-way radio headquartera. In tfeetrenlci ilnce 192* 820 N. Cttllen m 3-2222 Mr Y»ur prMcrlntlon Ncedi ·M Ui We Give StH Green Stamps QUAKER DRUG .. 22 E. Center -- 442-4Z46 Clly Parking Lot In Rear Tuesday Abilities Unlimited, Holiday Inn, 11:30 a.m. Salvation Army Advisory Board, Salvation Army, 12 noon. Civitan Club, Holiday Inn, 32 noon. Klwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12; noon. American Red Cross, Chapter House, 4 p.m. Alfrusa Club Dinner, Holiday Inn, 5:30 p.m. Northside Rotary Club, Wyatl's, 6:15 p.m. Chess Club, Wesley Foundation, 7 p.m. Scout Troop 103 20% E. Center, 7 p.m. Farmington Lions Club, Farminglon School Building, 7 p.m. University City Chapter, OES, Masonic Temple, 7 : 30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, 112'A W. Center, 8 p.m. Wednesday Sequoyah Kiwani.s 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. ·; Zero Population Growth, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 7:30 . p . m . Miller-Jones Vows Solemnized The i'lrsl Unllwl Mi.'thmll.sl Cliui'ch in licntonvllle WH.S the scUinji for the Augusl 12 iniiiTlngc of Miss Melissa Loo Inneti lo Ciiplain Jlenry Simuiel Miller .Jr., of Ihe United Slates A r m y . The hrltto is Ihc dauhgtcr ol Mr. anil Mrs. Hohorl I.. Jones of Bcntonvillc, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Samuel Miller Sr. of Westminster, South Carolina arc the groom's parents. The Rev. Snmuel B. Tongue officiated al t h e double ring ceremony. Mrs, V. . Rife provided the organ music. The traditional wedding march and recessional were tea lured. Mrs Michael Bradley s a n g "The Lord's Prayer" at Ihe close ot the ceremony, Vows were exchanged before a background of three golden branched candelabra flanked wilh l a r g e fluted baskets of g l a d i o l i , carnations a n d chrysanlhemums i n paslel colors. Caplairi Donald Cake of Fayetteville, and John 0. Woods Jr. of Alexandria, Va., served as candleliglilcrs. Given in marriage by her father, Ihe bride wore an ankle lenglh while Victorian gown ol silk faced peau thai featured a natural waistline and high lace collar. Reembroldered alencon l a c e accented Ihe sleeves, bodice and 3-tier plealed hemline. The t r a i n flowed into chapel lenglh and was encircled in miniature pleals. Her fingertip lenglh mantilla was of while Brussels lace and she carried a cascade b o u q u e t of orchids and stephanolis. Miss Laurel Ann Jones, sjsler of Ihe bride, was maid of honor. She wore a floor lenglh chiffon gown of lavender trimmed in off-white alencon lace and lavender ribbon, featuring a back drape, high collar and long, full-blown sleeves. S h e wore a lavender wide brimmed picture hat tied wilh lavender chiffon streamers held by a cameo pin. The bridesmaids were attired like the maid ot honor -- each in a pastel dress of yellow, blue, green, or pink with a matching picture hat accented with a cameo pin in the same shade as her dress which was a gift from the bride. Their matching nosegays were fresh flowers trimmed with ribbons and set in a French l a c e collar. Serving as b r i d e s m a i d s were: Mrs. Laurens James Jr., sister ot the bridegroom, of Greer, S.C., Miss Brenda Kay Austin of Cave Springs, Miss Glenda M a r i e Cruse ot Beruit. Lebanon; and Miss Glenna Sands of Bentonville. Mr. Miller, father of the bridegroom, acled as his son's besl man. Gerald Crawford of Fayetleville, Lawrens James Jr. of Greer, John 0. Woods Jr. of Alexandria, and Captain Donald Cake of Fayetleville, were ushers and groomsmen. Miss Lisa Bentley, daughler of Mr. and Mrs, C. F. Bentley of Bella Vista was Ihe flower girl. Miss Bentley wore a long full skirted dress in yellow wilh puff sleeves accented wilh tiny yellow roses and a headdress lo match. She carried a basket of pastel flowers. Accompanying her down the aisle was John P e o l , son of Mr. and Mrs Richard Peel of Fayetteville, who was Uie ring bearer. Miss Marilyn Maxwell and Mrs. Larry Bell kept the bride's book at the church. The bride's mother chose a pale blue floor length sleeveless gown of textured polyester knit long white gloves and white accessories. Her corsage was vhllo roses. A long soft pink dill dress wan worn hy tho H'ldcgroom's mother and her corsage was also wliite roses. The reception following Ihe :eremcny was held al Ihc Holla Vlsla Couiilry Club. Tlie bride's able was cenlorcci wilh u floral irrnngcment in Invcniicr and )luc imti fealured her Ucrod veddlng cake designed wilh vlille pillars and touched wilh iivender and blue flowers, ivliilc bells and blue, lovebirds, ^unch a n d champagne were s e r v e d along wilh hors 'ocuvrcs and finger sandwiches. Afler a Irip lo Ihe West Coasl .he couple will reside In Kay clleville, where Ihe groom Is an ROTO instructor al Ihe Unl- vcrsily of Arkansas. Tlie bride will continue lo work toward icr bachelors degree In commercial arl al Ihc University where she Is a junior. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Samuel Wilier Sr. cnlerlained Iheir son and his bride-to-be and members ot the Miller-Jones wedding parly wilh a rehearsal supper in the private dining "oom of the Bentonville Holiday Inn Friday nighl, August 11. Olher guesls included the im- mcdiale families. The bride is Ihe granddaughter of Dr. Nolon Ilelslcm and Ihe lale Mae Ruble Hclstern of Fayetleville. Now two can lose as cheaply as one at Elaine rowers. Team up and trim down for half-price at our 2-for-l sale. Now only $450 Per person per month Complete 4-month program for two, {Regular price: $9 per person per moalL) No interest. No anmml percentage rate. Unlimited visits. Elaine Powers Figure Salons. Phone 521-5100 2218 H. College Fayetrovillo '« IUIH* PflWW KlallJUl «*L«H» 187* Births WASHINGTON GENERAL Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Rulledge, Springdale, a son, Aug. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Willie A, Reeves, Springdale, a son, Aug. Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Moses, Lincoln, a daughter, Aug. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Smith, Alpena. a son, Aug. 10. WEDDING INVITATIONS £100 for $11.50 up Phone 521-2209 or 442-8933 World War I Auxiliary Has Business Meet iThc World War I Ladies A u x i l i a r y met Aug. G In Ihe i o n p 11 a 1 1 I y room of the A r k a n s a s Western CJas Com- any with five members answering roll call. Minnies of Ihe lasl meeting were read preceding Ihc HJslncss session. The group voted to'work with the men in W W I Barracks on voting against the location of Ihc county stockyard and re/onlng the area, General orders from the Department president. Gennic Vce Smith were read, 11 was also vol'cd lo visil members nol atlcndlng the meelings, to urge them to al- lond. · · Plans were made for the national meeting to be held in Palm Springs, Calif., Sept. 1720. Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Maddox arc p l a n n i n g lo go as delegates from the local unit. The next meeting will he held Sepl. 10, Good With Eggs C o v e r cooked asparagus spears wilh Parmesan cheese sauce and brown under Ihe broiler. Good served wilh deviled or scrambled eggs. Jaycelles Hold Dinner Meeting At Elks Lodge Tho Knyclloville Jaycelles mol Wednesday, Autf. 9, nl the Wilts Cluh for a dinner meeting. Special visitors were four members of the fjpringdalo Jay- cclles. Mrs. Jerry Sicwart was appointed Jaycclte chairman for the rest slop lo ho held Labor Day weekend. Mrs. John Marl- nun I was appointed JayceUe chairman lo assist the Jaycecs with plans for the circus to he held In October. It was announced that a mixed orlcnUlioti for bolh Jay- cccs and Jaycelles will ha held Aususl IV. Mrs. Albert Ball/. w a s appointed publicity chairman [or the garage sale lo be held some lime in · Sup- lember. A work night tor Hie garage sale will be held September 11. Mrs. Slewart also reported on the project lo make tray favors for the VA hospital. Plans for a mixed meeting wilh Ihe Jaycecs were an nounced, a fealui'e of which wil be a f i l m on Ihc National Jay cee Headquarters in Tulsa. Mrs. Rally, reported on the Muscular Dystrophy Telelhon which will be held on Laboi « ®{£| /o or W 3MEN Monday, Auguit H, 1972 · 3 lll!ll!l!!l![lll!lllllll!lllll«l!llini!ll!l[ll!ll!llttl!tllJini!!ll!ll!lllllim Announcements Dr. Kay Collell, political science instructor, will speak at the Zero Population Growth meeting Wednesday al 7:30 p.m. at SI. Paul's Episcopal Church. Her topic .will be "Effective Political Action." Day. Mrs. Tom January reported on a proposed project to help local doctors wilh an arlhritis clinic. A special speaker was Dianna Mefford of the Springdale Jay- cetles who presented a program on Ihe plight of the POWs and distributed literature concerning them. Save Wrappers Save the paper wrappers from, bultcr and keep In a covered container In the refrigerator. Use the wrappers tor greasing cake pans, cookie sheets and mutfin-pan cups. ' Chuck's Bake Shoppe Eastgale Shoppers Clly--Phono 521-739J Now Open Chuck's Cake , Shoppe In "The Ice Cream Parlor" al Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Priori* 4*2.57(7 Assorted AS" Fall Dress Sport FABRICS 60 Poiyestsr 100% Double Knit Orion Acrylic Knits Save now on eaty-care, «aiy» sew bonded Orion® and other acrylfc knits. In your favorite solid color* and jjatiernsj iheit fabrics are great for my fall fashion. This polyester double knit la y«rn-uycu Tor a richer, more luxurious look. See this lieaulful selection, and Save! Sag the Bass master craftsman demonstrate his work tomorrow at Campbell-Bell. Mr. Robert W. Baker is a master craftsman in his trade and one of the top handsewers at G. H. Bass and Company. See him tomorrow in our shoe department. Downtown Foyelteville on Ihe square. 10:00 to 12:00 and 1:00 jo 5:00. - ' Wing Oxford: Saddle Ton or Navy Tarn. ota Lealher, $ 20°° Slrop: Burgandy on Novy Tarn- oro Leather* *20 00 SodtJIs Oxford: Wti/ls wifh Navy Snddle, 00 Reluming to Ihe classics in BASS WEEJUNS and BASS TACKS for ladies. Grea.1 craftsmanship and styling lo give you the right footing for loday'j fashions. Campbell-Bel! Shoe Dept. Good Shoes Properly Fitted

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