Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1976 · Page 10
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 10

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, April 25, 1976
Page 10
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M · NftrthwMt Arkanw* TIMES .Sunday, April 25, 1976 t' - - rATFTIEVIt.l.E, ABKANSA MRS MAX FREDERICK BRANTLEY uws Miss Ellen Annette Bass, be/ore her marriage »n Iris Garden Club Receives Awards,, Members of Ins Garden Club let Wednesria\ ,111 the hqme ol Irs Mildred Peel Mrs ( Helen llllci was co hostess ' Virginia Hursh reported n Hie meeting of (he Facile Council of Garden Clubs were m a d et or the slate convenllon which was later held m Hoi Springs Mrs Uru Couper explained he Flower Show School No held Room October 5, 6. 7 There will be a charge and Ihe public s united lo participate Iris will be responsible for lunches thai will be served The president reported that the club rccened Ihe Standard of Excellence and an award for 100 per cenl parlicipalion from the National Gardener The members voted lo sel up a convention fund to help dete expenses nex' f ,r " -' v- irit' ?uch «v«X was k audten wilh serving of plants at Mrs Jo Ellen Crouch as auctioneer ' , T Members b r o u g h t antiques hal were meaningful lo them or the "show and tell" program Of particular Interest was a French doll brought by Mrs Rulh Pouche. '\ Mrs Virginia Murray, Mrs, Crouch and Mrs Alice .Shelton reported on the convention The ne\l district meeting will Miss Ellen Bass Bride In Church New officers elected H( t h e meeting last week of Washington Regional Medical Cen- ler Auxiliary .are, top photo- . jrrapfa, left to right seated, Mrs. C. F. Gorman, secre- ;(arj-; Mrs. Waller Losey, '.vice president; and Mrs. peorge Ray, president; and standing, left-right, Mrs. Joe McKim, parlianienlariFin; 1\Irs. Edward Fnrst, gift shop With The WRMC Auxiliary treasurer; Mrs. C. K. Jones, memher-al-Iarge; and. Mrs. Perry Johnston, treasurer. In the.lower photograph, Susan Clark, R.N., demonstrates Ihe use of Resusi-Anne, Ille-ltke manikin" used to teach mouth- fo-moulh resusifalinn and car- diopulmonarv resusllation, to Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Ray, left right. Classes in resusilalicin and cardlopulmooary resusi Ution (CPR) will be offered to TV RMC employes and residents of the community. Tbe details 'of performance must he taught and practiced In order to achie\ f e optimum results, Resusi-Anne fulfills- t h e requirements for - adequate training in nil recommended techniques of CFR. (TIMES- photos hy Ken Good) Engagement Announced Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Bradsbavr ol Greenland announce t h e e n g a g e m c n i a n d approaching marriage of their daughter, Elaine Kay, to Keith Martin, son of Mr, and Mrs. Deoin M a r t i n , also of Green- .land. The bride-elect and her 'fiance are hnth g r a d u a t e s ol Greenland High School. She Is employed .'at City Hospital in Fayetleville and he is a sophomore'at the 'University of Arkansas. The wedding will he an event of 7:30 p.m., Friday, May 28, at the First Baptist Church in Greenland. Xo Invitations Rill he s e n t and all friends and relatives are invited. Couple Notes Anniversary .Mr. and Mrs. Lee Roy Bogan f Farmington. were honored ,'ith a ' l u n c h e o n at Bowen's Restaurant in . Fayetteville last Sunday .in .c-bservance of -their Ooldcn -Wedding; anniversary iosts and hostesses were their daughter, Mrs. Dana Means ol ^asadena, Tex., and their sons. ~,arry, also of Pasadena, Ken- elh of Fayelleville and Norris of Farraington. Twenty-six rela- ives were present Following he luncheon, the group, w i t h other relatives.' w e n t to the lome of Morris Bogan for a reception, a week in advance of the wedding anniversary dale. Lee Roy Bogan and Jewelle Ballou were married in Fay- ?(teville, April 25. 1926. O u t - o f - t o w n relatives al- .ending were Mrs. Larry Bogan, Dawn and Jennifer, anc John Means of Pasadena, Mr and Mrs. David Pace and Mrs F.ddy Pace of Deer Park, Tex, Mr and Mrs. Vernal James o Little Rock and Mr. and Mrs Hardy Sweat .of Rogers. Local relatives present were Mrs. Kenneth Bogan. Kevin and Milzi. ^^rs. Norris Bogan, Leiloni 'and Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cnrlcy, Mr. and Mrs. Mack Wherry and Dorotha and Debbie BrWcnthal. All Iheir children and grandchildren were present. Weslover Hills Presbyterian Church in Little Rock was the setting for Ihe wedding of Miss Ellen Annette Bass and. Ma* Frederick Brantlv The Rev Richard B llardie performed the double ring ceremony at 11 a m Salurdav Parents of Uie couple are Mr and Mrs Warren Kellev Ba^s of Brjant and Mr and Mrs B Waddell Brantley of Lake Charles, La The church was decorated with bouquets of mixed spring flowers and pots of pink hydrangeas Mary Witherspoon organist presented nuptial music. The bridal party entered IS ihe strains of PurceU's ·Trumpet Vo'untjry, and the r e c e s s i o n a l was Handel s ·Water Music" The bride was escorted bj her father Her gown of white chiffon featured a high neckhne and a tiered canelet bodice The skirt fell m three tiers from cummerbund at the waistline She wore a matching picture hat which was decorated with a chiffon rose Her bouquet « as of lilies of Ihe vallej, white roses and baby s breath She wore a strand of pearls belonging to her aunt. Mrs John Dailey of Alexandria Va , which has been traditionally worn by hndes in her family Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Miss Nancy Bass Bridesmaids were Miss Bar bara Brantley of Tucson, Anz , She bridegroom's sister, Miss Donna Martin o Los Angeles Calif., Miss Mary Delia .Prather of Athens, Ga , and Miss Eliza aeth Trimble of Baltimore. Md Their floor-length dresses. : ol yellow chiffon were similar in style lo Ihe bnde's gown and they earned bouquets of mixed spnng flowers The brides/room's father was best man. 'Groomsmen were Britt Branlley of:Lake Charles, his brother, . Keltey. Bass. Ihe bride's brother, Charles Khoury of Lake Charles and Frederick Fletcher of Philadelphia Pa. After ' the ' ceremony, Ihe couple greeted- guests at a wedding breakfast at th« Litlle Rock Club. Receiving with the bride: and bridegroom were Iheir mothers. Mrs. Bass wore a dress of aqua chiffon and Mrs. Brantley wore a dress, of coral crepe overlaid with corsages of camellias. The bride's rousin, Miss Victoria Dailey of · Alexandria Va., presided dyer fhe guest book. Also assisting. at the breakfast were. Miss Elizabeth Osenhaugh of Fayetteville and the bride's cousins, Miss Caro Anne Nilles of Little Rock and Miss Margaret Gaunt "of Tope ka Kan , Mr. and Mrs. Brantley ar now on a wedding trip to Cali fornla. 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