Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on April 25, 1976 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, April 25, 1976
Page 11
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MRS, DOUGLAS STUART FENN . .was Miss Wendy Henry until fief marriage Saturday afternoon Miss Wendy Henry Weds In Church v At 4 o clock m the afternoonlhome followed the cercmon ( o n ' S a t u r d a y . April 24, at t h o f M i s s Susan v Elder ami Mi First United M/thodisl Cbuichl i ) i a n c Wood of l l l t l c Rock ]ii Sprwgdule, Miss wendy ·Henry -became the bride of Douglas Stuart Fcnn. Parents bl Ihc couple arc Mr. and Mrs. Pat H. Henry of Springdalc and Mr. and Mrs. Ross S. Fcnn of Sioux Falls. 3-D. The He\'. Joe K. Taylor per formed the ceremony. Miss Jcanid Fax and Miss Calhy'Ox- ford sang "0, Perfect Love,' accompanied by Miss. Lynn Crow, organist Girl Learns Golf Pro Is Not Up To Her 'Par' Engagement Told, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wayne YanZantU of'Lillle Hack announce the engagement of lliclr daughter, Angela Ann, l» Ilicharci Michael Waldcn, son of iMr, anil Mrs. Richard AL Wniiicn of S[U'ingilale, for- incrLy of FaycUevillc. ; T h e liridc-clcci received a B.S.K, degree in Art and an M.S.E, degree in Learning pisanili- ties frwn ilic University "of Ar Kansas in Fayelteyilk 1 , ami is currently director of Special Education at Lawson Elemen- (nrr School in Little Rock. The iirbsneclive bridegroom received a Hachclnr's Degree in Architecture/from (he University bt Arkansas a n d is currently an archiircl f o r Edward Durretl Stoiic and Associates in New York City The wedding will he an event of J u n e \Z at Tyler Street Ihi|)ttsl Church in Little Rock. The bride, given in. marriage by tier Father, \vor/",a gown o[ sheer organza and intricate '.VeniEa lace in candlelight hues The high neckline, cap sleeves and empire bodice were ol scalloped lace .wilh pearl ant. crystal 'overlay. Pearl trellises and medallions of lacp, pearls and crystal covered the entire front and trailed into',a chape train in back Her Camelo headpiece of matching lace ant pearls held hrr \eil of crysta illusion.' which- was':completely scattered with ': jeweled njipli qucs The bride's bouquet those of Iho- bridesmaids \ver£ composed of white and paste ·silk flowers fashioned by th bride's grandmother^ Mrs. Jol Brown, Bridesmaids "'were Miss Lind Henry, Mill Molly Henry, Mil Patty Fcnn of Sioux Falls,' S.D and Miss Susan Harris.and Mis Kay Ilolliday of Little Rock. Jack Carmoiiy of Dalla: Tex., was : man, and gionmsmcn w e r e Craig Dram Icy of Oklahoma City, Don Janous of Jackson, Miss., Walker of Tyler, Tex. and Steve Stein and John Witchcr of Dallas. Ushers were Pat Henry of Little Rock and Skipper Rutherford of Fajettc ie guest book Scung \\er/»' irs BUlic Rutherford ol Fa\ tcvillc, Mrs. Becky Carmody nd Mrs. Pat Stein of Dallas Irs. -Susan Murphy. o f : Jorics- oro, : Mrs. Charlcne Ficcd..' of , Mrs. Shei'ry Lain- io'lie of Fort Smith, Mrs. Weber 1 of .Sprin^dalc, liss M a r v Ann Malcolm . of Crossed, Mrs. Meredith Oallett, Siiawna Brown and Mrs, ^ancy Marsh of Little Rock hwasf Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, April 25, 1976 · 36 \ V K 1 T K V I I . I . K . A K K A N S A E , Iric "Fields. ,of Springdalc and iiss M a r g a r e t "Henry of Convay distributed rice bags. The bride received a B.S. degree in Mathematics . f r o m University of Arkansas vhere she,.was a member of appa Kappa Gamma Phi 3,Qla. - K a p p a , Who's .Who and Uazm'back'. cheerleader'." The ridegrboni received his'degree ' r o m Sovilbern Methodist Skipp villc A reception University in Dallas After \Vddtng trip to Hilton Head Inland, South Carolina, the couple will be at home at 734 Kirkwood jn Pallas, Out-dF-lown. guests "Avere Mr. and Mrs. John Nelsoii, 'Mr. and Mrs. Pele Purdy,-.Mr. ami Mrs. Mick McDnwell, M r . , a n d ' M r s , Hurt Sauer, 'and: Ray Laird of Sioux Falls, Mr. and Mrs.-.Gcne Sncl! of Sbr.oveport; La:. Mrs, Martha Ricks of rDallas. Tex., Mrs. Fred Balch of Little Rock, Mrs. Don Jarious of Jocksan, Miss., ; M r s , Henry Germainc Fenn grandmother of the bridegroom';*ot Pasadena, Calif., Mrs J Wendell Henry, s'and molh.T of the bride, Mtckic Mlmdcr, Tomtnv Mlinder, Mr and Mrs. Bob 'Henry andlamils of Conway, Mr and Mrs 'Joe Henry inrt Jane Henry Bcnton, and Mr and Mrs Bil · Woods and children of Harrigon By A B I G A I L VAN I^UIIEN DEAR ABBV' I'm well over 21, and old enough to know bet ter, but six months ago I started dating the golE pro at our club It all started when I look some lessons from him to improve my game. One thing led to another very quickly and he askoi' me to'marry him. I, was walking on air. Then tit b nd we wouli have to postpone'the marriage Eor about a year due to s o m financial obligations he had to clear up Hist In order to speed-up the marriage I !cl him h a \ e $2501 Then I found out llial he has been seeing another woman. Nov I realize'that lie was'only using me, but I must admit he cei tainly improved my game. 1 have too much pride to report him to the club manage: but I would like to gel : my money back Am sugge tions 7 - . · . · - : · , TWELVE HANDICAP DEAR TWELVE; Forget your pride ,ind : t e l l the club manager t h a t the golf pro is under par in integrity. And.'ctoiiU'get so c h u m m y , w i t h professional swingers again unless \ou can re member to k e e p y o u r head down and your ee on \ o u r purse' DEAR ABBY: I have a nodding acquaintance with a ' w o m a n who goes overboard when ii ] comes to "remembering" peoplp on tneir birthdays, anniversaries a n d ; a U l n c holidays. She remembers people she/never sees and Imrclly knows, and I, for one, wish that she would quit .'"remembering" me because I feel guilty if I don't acknowledge her care, I always write'her a '"thank-yon" note because I don't feel right ignoring her "good wishes." It's easier than calling her on the phone because she likes to visit, and I don't; care for long drawn-out telephone ^conversations. (She kept me on the phoin; once for nearly an.hour, when I phoned to thank her Eoi sending me an Easier card.) · Tell me. Abby. is it necessary to acknowledge a ' g r e e t i n g card? If vou sav it isn't, I'll dance for jo\ " . * A BUSY LADY DEAR BUSY: Don 1 ! dance, dear. All expressions fit goml wishes should He acknowledged.' Gel a stack of imslcnnls, and ilo i( the easy way.' " .. . ' .. ; DEAR ABBY: 1 am a high school freshman, and my mother still wants me in the house by 12 o'clock sharp every time I go out on a date. , . How can Met her know that I'm not a baby any more? ' I Y V N E DEAR LYNNE: She knows. 'Hint's why she wants you in the house at 12 o'clock sharp. DEAR ABBY:' Is it still "in style" for a young man to ask the father of : a young lady for her hand in marriage, or isn't that done any more? Our children, wbo are ID and 21, tell us that this is "corny" and that we are- old-fashioned too expect Plans August Wedding The engagement «[ j\liss T;mi- ora'Rccd in Gary Kirk hclUT, son i)f Mr. and Mrs. Dnrfcl] Lcdbcllcr, is.aniiQum:- cd h liei jiarcnls, Mr i n (1 Mrs. John Ilecd, all "I Fay- ellcylllc. Miss Kecil will sroil- uate Ironi the Univcr.silj- of A r k n n s n s with a, double 111:1- jor, in jonrnalison, and siiccch a]id is staff writer lor t h e SpnngclaCc Ne\ss Her f i a n c e is a former Uimerillj of Arkansas stuiicnt, now attend ing tht Cnswcll Bible College in Dlllas, Tc\ and aho for nier youth director at :Ehu- dale Baptist Church in Sp.ri.iig- da!e The uctliling w i l l be an e\cnl nt Ang 7 at the First Biiilist Church in layelif- Mlle 1 \ La Serloma Club Receives! Charier it. We would like your opinion. OLD-FASHIONED ·-PARENTS DEAR PARENTS: 11 may he "corny/ 1 but there's a kernel of good manners there. 11 is a hirtnallly, hfwcvcr. When a fellow asks.for a^Iady's "hanrt," he usually has h o t h - l e c t in (he door. Hate to write lollcrs? Send $1 to Abigail Van Bureu*, 13Z Lns- k* Dr., Bc\crli Hills, Calif 00212, for Alihy's' honfelcl "Hnw 1» \Vrile Letters for All Occasions." Pipase oncloie a long, self- addressed, stamped (2Gc) envelope. (C) hy Chicago 'I'riliunc-N.Y, News Synd. Inc. To Marry In June Announcement is n u n do o f - l h e engagement iif Miss .lainie Alarle Hat-din and ,1 aines Die- nier. Mrs. Bcrnadinc M. Har- diii of Niirlh Liltte Rock, form L i l j of Fa\cite\ille J and James 0. Ilardin of Gutfrtrf, Miss., arc parents of t h e liridc-elcct, and tht urospcc- live [iridcgrobiirs parents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Die- nicr of .Leslie. Miss ; Havdin will graduate from leslie High Schoobin May - anil employed iti North r L- i Hock. Her f i a n c e is employed in LUMe Rock; The coupfo l be married:June G in the Gospel Mission Church a( Des Arc, » The La Sefipnia Club of Fay- otte\ r il]e received Us charter at ceremonies- held at a banquet Tbursiiay nigbt at the Western Slcakhouso. The presentation was rnarin by Mrs. Norma Benjamin of Kaiiiis Citj Mo director of tbe Midwest region of L;i Sar- loina Inter nation ah DL\ Cl a r y Blake, president, of the Razor- bn^k Sertoma Club, was.master of ceremonies. Mrs.''Benjamin also installed o f .M c e r s of the "recently .1 hi zed club. Norman Walker made a i prc ,n n«i. ircsenlation of . g to the club, gift [rom Woodmen ot// t h a World A special guest was port Palmatory oT Fort VSmitb, district governor oE .Sertoma International, who was ^Instrumental m (be formation of tha Razorback'Club in FayeU.evUle. There were 2,7' memb^r.s ' and guests present for the event. Selected A i r m a n ' N a n c y A. Mounce, daugbter oT Mr and Mrs C 1 :i u d e 1;. MpuncR , ol Springdale, bas been selected for training in the Air Force administrative field at KeesLer AFB Miss She recently com u let e d basic Iraining at Lackland AFB, Tex. SUMMER DRESS CARNIVAL The country look gets a fresh mushroom , print SMART SHOPPERS WATCH TIMES ADS 7 DAYS A WEEK! Open 9-5 Mon.-Sat. San Jose Manor Specializing in Fashions For The Discriminating Women in Siies 12!/i-24V2,16 to 22, 38 to 52 LIGHT SLEEPERS what the fashion gourm are saying. And with good reason, our fresh mushroom'ssuch a lasly print. In while on brown, black or navy polyester. 8 lo 18. Two-piece skirl sel, 523 Print and solid dress, 591 Bieeiy light summer sleepwear, in soft gauzy naturals bngm- Iv accented with embroidery and lic-rae In A. Long pajama $19 B. W»Iti length gown : $15 C. Matching r»b« . . . . . , . . ; . . . S17 D. S/jrt pa jama PLEASE ADD 3% SU.ES TAX AND Me POSTAGE FOR MAIL ORDERS. JCPcnncy on the square. Shop 9-9 Mon,, Thurs., Fri.--9-5:30 Tues., Wed., Sat

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