Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 15, 1972 · Page 7
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 15, 1972
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MWHIWMI!MIIIIMI!{|limi!||||jl||!i|j|||«||0 Tuetday, August IS, 1972 · 5 Two Iranian ' Students Visited By Relatives , Mr. and Mrs, All Unsliomian of Tetira.n, Iran, have npcnl llio pust two weeks In J^uyotlovlllo visiting t h c I r daughter, Miss Mllra H n s li c m 1 a n , who Is majoring in orchilccluro, and their i niece, Mls» Uoudabch Jmnasbl, who Is.stuclylng lo be a medico I Icclinlclnn (it the Unlvoislty of Aikanius Ihelr hon, Had who Is majoring In chemical onginceiv ing at Iho Unlverilty of Texas at Aillnglon has been In FayeUovlilo during his parents' visit Entoiinlnmonl for Ihc visitors included a Wednesday night get- logelher nl Hill House, Ihe home of Mrs.-Nell Hughes. On Saturday nighl, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Von Erdmunnsdoff were hosts for a palio picnic supper at theli home The guests were seated nt lablci sjuead with re,d checked cloths The old fashioned supper was, prepared h/ the Buckner Exten slon Jlomcmakcrs Club and other friends The patio aiea was surrounded by growiitg Mowers where the 21 guests were served The Rev Bas(l Ledford offered Ihe blessing After supper, the guests \ eie taken on a guided tour of the garden of ·flowering shrubs and tiecs Photos of the gardens and guests were made for the ·NupfiabHUnife.,/ Miss Rocfiier/ J.C Howard 'The ,K a n , of u a r y of tho Fayc'Heylllp,, Churcli of tho Nii/.arcne 'WHS tho getting for tho tundlol^ht wedding of Miss Gc/ull Ilac|uol ({ociild u n d John Calvin Howard on July 14 With tho Hev, Willis Kennedy performing th,o dquhlo ring ceremony, Th u Inkle Is the daughter of Mr and Mn A Charles Rochler of Fayoltcville 'Ihe brldcgioom Is Ihe eon of Paul Pray of Goshcn. 'Ihe couple exchanged vow» before an arch decorated with lavender nnd yellow carnations a n d asters, '.flanked arrangements of yellow Hashemians' memory book The Misses Hashemian and Jamasbl aie sponsored in friendship by the Buckner Club members while they are away and the young from home, women a r e considered their 'daughters" while they are at the University. Before making Ihe return trip to Iran, Mr. and Mrs. Hashemian saw many areas of interest in Northwest Arkansas, and will also visit Los Angeles, San Francisco and the Hawaiian Islands enroule home. by and uvchdcr gladioli and carnations and camlclabrns. Mrs Gulnn oiganlst, played program of nuptial music preceding the ceremony Mrs Dwlght Clemans sang ror All We Know b e f o r e ^ , the, ceiemony nnd "One Hand, One Heart,' during the ceremony" as the couple knelt In prayer Sho sang ' We ve Onl? Just Begun' as the rtcessjonal t , Given in- marriage by her father, tho bride wo:e a formal , gown designed and fashioned by her sister, Mrs; Linda Dempsey. The gown of peau de sole fcatuicd an empire waist, iace renaissance sleeves wedding band neckline lace overijklit and lace train An organ/fa ruffle centered with white salin ribbon trlmrned the neckline sleeves and bodice On her nghl hand the bride woip a gold ring which had belonged to her maternal grandmother;..the,Jate Mrs Micaela Pcna £he carried a handkerchief belonging to her patcinal grandmother Mrs Amo Heflin of Fayetteville Her carried , nosttfayi of carnations and baby's' breath; ·,, ,: Miss UrllR Rochlcr, sistc'r'^! rtis bride, served a» flower girl. Sho wore a floor length gown, of yellow dolled swiss, 'and- a lieadpleco of yellow flowois. ',' Ronald Edwards of Sourcy .served as beat man, Qroomsi men- w e r e Ev'cllo Pray of , Sprlngdalo, brother ' of , the bridegroom, Hulcn Ferguson of Hlndsvlllo, brother-in-law of the , .groom; Andrew C, Rpehjcr, rJr.v brother of the brldp, and Prill Pa vis of Fayellevillc. nlngborarer was Craig Hayes of Fayctloville. Candlollghtora were Jim Crawford of Fayet tcville and Karl Rochlcr brother of the bride.' Ushers were Bobby TIsdale of Goshcn Marvin Roehier of Farmington cousin of Ihe bride, Bruce Jatko, brolhcr-in law of the bride, ' a n d Gene Dempsey brother-in-law of the bride. For. her.: daughter's wedding Mrs Rochlcr rhosc a purpt and lavender knit dress" wit alchlng accessories. A yellow rchld was plnnwj «t Mm hpuWor; ' r '^v ·- .-'··' . '·'- ,' l: * '.FolUiwIrifi '^ho-ceremony, lh« jrldo's parents wortf hosts for \ reception a I IhD hoifnltalily oom of the Afkanias Western Gas .(^ornpany,, Mr». Arm». ^ c r g u s o n , slalcr of tho ddcgroorrj, p r o a 1 (J o d «t,tho room, p ,booK.» ( , , Cake and punch were, served by ,Mra., Dlnno' Thomas" o( F^yettevUfe ant) aunli of the brldo, Mrs, Geprgq lochlor i of Farmlngton aljS Mrs, Herbert Bloycd fl Tuljiftj O k l a 'KI?e bags wer« distributed by Miss Kathy Uloycd of Tulsa, cousin of ths bride, ; , · i" Out of town guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Herman 'Mantooth, Mrs. Gertrude Studyvlp. and Mr. and Mrs Herb«rt_ Bloycd and daughter Kathy. t ,'· When Ihe cguplejeft for * honeymoon trip, the bride was wearing an empire d r e s s, of purple, and while knit with matching purple accessor Ics. She wore the orchid £* f i-V( *\ f fe^/H * s MRS. STEVEN GEORGE DeVORE . , . she was Miss Georgianna Kurtz Miss Georgianna Kurtz, Steven G. DeVore Marry - M i s s Georgianna Kurtz became the. brids of Steven George DeVore on Saturday, Aug. S at X p.m. in the Trinity tlnited. Methodist Churoh. The Rev. Dewcy Dark officiated at the doubla ring ceremony. ,. Parents of tha pouple ;are Mr. "and Mrs. Georga Alford Kurlz of Fayetieville and; Mrs. Jacob Mariton of Springdale and'the late Donald Leroy DeVore. ·· Nine-branched, tiered gold candelabra wora placed on either side of ths altar, which held an arrangement of white gladioli and orange and yellow daisies. Presented in marriage by her lather, .the bride wore a gown of chantilly laoe over satin with a wedding ring collar, long, full sleeves fastened with covered . buttons and a scalloped, bell- shaped skirt. The empire bodice was accented with white satin, Her fingertip veil of illusion was held by a pearl-trimmed bane of Venise lace and organza. Her bouquet of yellow roses ant w h i t e feathered chrysanthemums was centered by white orchid, and she wore a : gold ring which had belongec to her maternal grandmother. Miss Cathy Montgomery o: Springdala was maid of honor and Miss Kathy Kurtz, sister ; of the bride, was bridesmaid They wore floor length dresses of yellow voile identical In design to the bride's gown. Tiie ·empire bodices and wide cuffs were of shirred voile, and thej wore shoulder length veils o yellow tulle attached to taffeta flowers. They carried-nosegays of white and orange daisies. ' For her daughter's wedding " Mrs. Kurtz chose a nile green crepe dress with bone ac tessories, and Mrs. Mariton wore a pearl-trimmed lavende knit with white accessories Both mothers wore corsages o white glamelias. Torn DeVore of Wichita, Kan. served his brother as best man and Michael Wilson of Spring dale was groomsman. Usher were Dan Emhiser, Walte Griffith and Bud Feldcamp, al of Springdale. Mrs. Louis Joyae, organist p r e s e n t e d a program o 'traditional wedding music, an accompanied the soloist, Mrs Jack Stevens,' as she san "Entreat Me Not To Leav Thee" preceding the ceremony and "The Lord's Prayer" as th couple knelt in benediction. . Following the ceremony, reception was held in th Fellowship Hall of the churcl The bride's table was covere with a whita cloth and ccntere wilh an arrangement of ca nations and daisies. Mrs. Lulhe Freeman, assisted by Mrs. Ton DeVore, served the cake an Mrs. John Neely presided nl Ih punch howl. Mrs. Jame Gilliam kept the guest book. Olhcrs assisting in Ih reception hnll were Mr. Michael Wilson, Miss Ellzabct Sanders, Mrs. Phillip Largen Miss Mfchcle Connolly and Mis Jnno Connolly. When Ihc couple loft for wedding trip, Ihe bride wi wearing a navy and white kn PERSIAN ANTIQUES (nil mithfn(lc) 807 2nd St. N.W. Benfonvifle, Ark. ress Avitlv while accessories, he orchid from her bouquet as pinned at her shouldei Out-of-town guests included ,e bride's grandmother, Mrs ee Kurtz ot Greenwood, Mr, nd Mrs lorn De-Voie of 'lohita K a n , Mr and Mis ouis Poole of Little Roek, Mr. nd Mrs. Eugene 'Gillian; 'Mr, nd Mrs. James Gilliam and andy, Mr. ..and Mrs. Donald oung and Miss Amy Young; II of GreenWbod. fingertip veil of wilh daisies Lawlis Family Honors : Mother On Birthday Siloam Spring-! -- On "the ccasion of her 80th birthday ast weekend, Mrs. Maggie ..awlis was honored with estivities planned by her hildren. The members of Ihe Lawlis kfiami, family Okla., gathered in for a buffet inner on Friday nighl in Ihe ome of. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Collins. On Saturday, 30 Tiernbers of the family came 3 Siloam Springs for a salad nd sandwich supper on Ihe jatio at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard J. Wood. Tapes vere played from other family members who were unable to ittend. ' ···' On Sunday, all the family members here attended church ervices in a body at the United VIethodist Church and then went o a Siloam restaurant for a uneheon. At two o'clock in the afternoon a reception was held or Mrs. Lawlis at the Uniled Methodist Church where she greeted scores of friends who called. Buddy McClosky and his wife .provided music for the occasion. The family members then went to the Dick Lawlis home "or an "ole fashioned sing" and o say farewells lo those that vere departing for their homes. Garden Club Observes 40th Anniversary The Fayetteville Garden Club celebrated .its 40th anniversary Wednesday .with a meeting at ,he home of -Mrs. Dwight Isely. Mrs. Fred Kerr was co-hostess. The- club was organized : in February of 1932. Twenty-two members attended Wednesday's meeting, including two charter members. Mrs. Laird Archer and Mrs. W. A. Fowler. The -dub' president, Mrs. L D Trager, presided at the refreshment table where giiests weie served sheibet punch cookies.' nuts and flowered mints. - The table was covered with an apphqued and embroidered cloth, and centered with an arrangement of roses The entertaining area c d 1 or f 11I l.y' decorated liibiscus. blossoms. N e w . y e a r b o o k s were distributed to the members. The books were designed by Mrs. Darrell Spriggs and compiled by Mrs. Irene Stearns and Mrs. Bob Wright.- ,;.;.. . M r s . Stearns, ^program chairman, led .a -roll .'call discussion of members' personal activities for keeping Fayette ville beautiful. Some of the activities reported were keeping w e e d s cut on adjoining property, cutting and clipping on blind corners and plantings in public areas. was with centered with a lavender orchid maid bf:honor, Miss Patty Stair, bouquet of w h i t e carnations Mil. AND MRS. JOHN CALVIN HOWARD . at home in Virgin (o Jtidestndids, Miss Uoyce Davis f Fayetleville, Miss Debbie Jxford of Farmington, 'Mrs latlie Jatko, and Mrs. Linda Jempsey, sislers of the bride 'he attendants wore flooi ength gowns of lavender an /ellovv alternately Trie dottet wiss gowns were styled with an empire waist, short puffec leeves and wedding bane neckline The trim featured ellow and lavender flower* :dged with white lace Then icadpieces featured a large bov vith a short veil of tulle. The lakcn from her bridal bouquet, 1 KELLER-JORGENSEN STUDIOS Ballet Pre-Schoo! · Jazz Acrobatic REGISTRATION FOR CLASSES AUGUST 14 to 18 9.a.m.-T.I 1 a.m. 3 p.m. -- 5 p.m. , CLASSES BEGIN AUGUST 21 si 402 ARKANSAS AYE. or CALL 442-7492 FOR APPOINTMENT Personals Mr. a n d Mrs. Dale Bennelt of Watklnsville, Ga., spent the weekend in Fayetleville as guests Sidney of her Guard, returned home mother, Mrs. Mrs. Guard with them to make her home in Georgia. Chuck's Bake Shoppe Easlgatc Shoppers Ci(y--Plione 521-7303 Woio Open Chuck's Cake Shoppe In "The Ice Cream Parlor" al Evelyn Hills Shopping Center Phone 442-5767 To Be Married Lf. Col. Albert C. Baker (USAF-Rct.) ami Mrs. Baker of Springfield, ,Va., announce, t h e engagement am! approaching -marriage b f - t h e i r daughter/ Alice Jane, to Capt. George E. Rouse, USAF, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Plill Rouse of Fayetteville. The .liridc- clcct,-is a graduate of Robert E. Lee High School anil I h c University'of Maryland. She is presently leaching biology nl Fort Hun! High School in Fairfax County, Virginia. Capt. Rouse wns an honor graduate in physics and mathematics f r o m Ihe ,-.'· University of A r k a n s a s , He did g r a r t u a l e work at Ihc Unlveislly of California at Berkeley and received his nmslcr's degree in mathematics from Crclghlon Uni- versHy al-Oinnlm, Nehr. He is currently stationed u( t h c Pentagon with Headquarters United Stales Air Force. The 'wedding is planned for Sept. 2. Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Allrusa Club Dinner, Hdliday Inn, 5:30 p.m. Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. " " Chess Club, Wesley Foundation, 7 p.m. Scout Troop 103 20'A E. Center, 7 p.m. Farminglon Lions Club, Farminglon School Building, 7 p.m University City Chapter, OES, Masonic Temple, 7 : 30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, 112Vi W. Center, 8 p.m. "the nicest shop in town" She'll be arriving Wednesday afternoon Alyse Baxter , . . with the new Foil collection of SOPHIST! G A T E S . designed by Jane Justin TRUNK SHOWING . . . Wednesday afternoon and- Thursday, August 17 SMITH'S 2-Way Radio Communication Votir 2-way radio hc.idciunrlerA. In ·MrnIc ilnce 19M 920 N. Coll c(« 111 3-2222 F*r V*ur Prescription Ncctl* tw Ul W« Give SH Green Stamps QUAKER DRUG 23 E. Center -- 442-4218 Cllj I'nrklng Lot In Rear Wednesday Sequnyah Klwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Association, Country Club, 9 a.m. Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon. Noon Ijions Club, Wyalt's, 12 noon. Zero Popiilnllon Growth, St. Paul's Episcopal Church, 7:3( p.m. Rfiniay Junior High School Swap Shop, 9 a.m. to 12 noon an 1 to.3 p.m. Thursday ' . Rotary Cliib, Holiday Inn, 12:05 p.m. Bnldwln Commandory No. 4, Knights Templar, Masonii Temple, 7:3fl p.m. Washington County Medical Assistants, Offices of Dr,i. Mur rny nnd Woods, 7:30 p.m. The Boston Store on the Square wii be CLOSED WEDNESDAY UNTIL 12 NOON So that we may regroup and reprice all our . . . GOOD-BYE SQUARE SALE MERCHANDISE SAVE 50 to 60% and More We Will Open Noon Wednesday . .. Hurry in For More Sayings in Our Gibantc Good-Bye Square Sale. Boston Store

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