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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, May 12, 1974
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To Marry In August- Mr and Mrs. Paul K. Mead of Stilwell, Okla., a n n o u n c e the engagement o f t h e i r daughter, Barbara Lynn, lo Morris Randolph Cnivnn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert R. Cowan of Faycltevillc. T h e bride-elect's grandmothers are Mrs. Audie Harditi of Pine Bluff and Mrs. Theo Moraln of Everton, Mo. Grandparents of the pros- upectire bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cowan a n d the late Mr. and Mrs. P- A. Ross of Fayetteville. M i s s Mead was graduated f r o m Stilivcll High School and is cui'j'clllly a j u n i o r jimriuilism major at f l i c University of Arkansas. Shu is a niemlxir of Zclii Tail Alpha sorority nf which she was model pledge, scholarship pledge and served as publicity chair- m a n . Her fiance, a graduate of Fayetteville High School, is a senior finance and economies major at the University. He Is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity and the U.S. Naval Reserves. An August wedding is planned. . Miss Reynolds Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Francis Dennett Reynolds Jr., of Nashville, Tenn., announce the engagement of their daughter, flur- bara Catherine, to Ronald Lewis Burton, s o n of Mi', and Mrs. Eugene Fitzhugh Burton of Fayeltevlllc. Their wedding is planned for t h e evening of July 6 at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Conway, Miss Reynolds is a teacher at Inglcwood Klemcn- tary School in Nashville. She graduated from Conway High School n n d from Hciiclrix College. Her f i a n c e gradualod from Fayelleville H i g h School, received a R:A. degree fL'rwn (lie University of Arljiinsiis in lflf8 nnd w il s nwnnlcri n ,T ; D. by the University School of I.:iw in '1570. He is engaged in lh« practice of law in Cnnway. His grandparents are the lale Mr. and Mrs. Khiine L.'is nnd lite late Sir. and Mrs. Fit/hugh Burton. Women Golfers Participate In Fun Contest At Club SILO A ft r SPRINGS -- Nineteen members of the Dawn Hill Ladies Day Association p a r - ticipated in the binfile, bangle, bungle golf contest held at thn club on Tuesday nioniiiig at 9:30 o'clock. Fcrrel Gean won the contest with 16 points, and r u n n e r s u p \S T CI'C llollic Crockett and Irene Higgins who each had 12 points. Golf h;ills were awarded as prizes. Following the contest, a luncheon was held in the Esquire room, will) three guests present, plus the membership. Guests were Florence Foss and Clovis Hammill of Siloam Springs and Irene Spires of Winslow. During the business meeting the president. Mary Lou' Sngbru, announced that L i l l i a n Wilcox had IKCH named second v i c e - p res i dc r I by Hie Exeuculive Board in nn earlier meeting that morning. She replaces Lorraine Moss who recently resigned. Mrs. Wilcox asked that Ferrel Gean be named her assistant. Hoy Fever Tip Spring is the beginning of the hay fever "season." For -many it marks the beginning of the sneezy, stuffed-tip r u n n y nose, itchy and swollen eye bouts. and for many it lasts until the first frosl in the fall. A mild nasal spray containing both an a n l i h i s t a m i n e and decongeslant, frequently helps to relieve n a s a l Symplons. De- ·ensitization injections work for ·any people. However, t h e y ·nut be repealed yearly. Reports were h e a r d from th v a r i o u s committees, a n a r r a n g e m c n t s made ft members who p l a n to alien tlin NWAWGA events to leiu their e n t r y fees in the pro shop at least eight days in ndyanc of the tourney. These will l- picked up by Fierta Carl, a entries sent to Lhc tournanicn chairman of ciich club five daj prior to the Eoui'ncy. 11 was voted t h a t Ihe men- bei'ship would paiiicipale in t! Women's N a t i o n a l G o l f W e e which is J l a y 12-19. and cnti forms w e r e loft with e a c member. The conlcst is spoi sored by Ihe Golf Digest. In the fuliire, pairings ai times of lee-off will be pnstc at liic Pro Shop for the womp players on Tuesdays, which Ladies Day. Tile group a l s o voted to ha a money - rnising project wile the Northwest A r k a n s a s Mei Pro Am event is held al II Dawn H i l l Country Club Monday, June 3. Hee Caurte^ tournament c I) a i r m a n. wi handle all details. A numb of the members volunteered help wilh this event. On Memorial Day, Monda May 27, Ihe membership wi participate in a special even Tee-off lime at 1 p.m. Since handicaps have bee established, players have bee flighted. There will fc a f l i g h for players with h a n d i c a p s on t h r o u g h 17. and the "B" f'lig will consisl of players with a 18 h a n d i c a p or higher. The women players have contest each Tuesday, and C noon luncheon is held on II il Tuesday of each month. Kraebber-Leffler Vows Said WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. -le Federated Church was Iho itting for Ihe afternoon cdding of Miss Sharon Lynn e f f l e r and Henry Williams raebbcr Jr. on Saturday May Parents of Ihe couple are Mr. id Mrs. K a r l R. Leffler of ayeltcville and Mr. and Mrs. cnry W. Kraebber of Dundee, I. Dr. Robert Lenz officiated at ,e double ring ceremony efore an assemblage of rela- vcs and close friends at 1:30 clock. The couple pledger] ows in an altar selling of )ring fiowers. Illumination was lighted cathedral lapers even-branched brass candle- bra. Mrs. John Sleele, organist, resented a recital of nuptial lusic and played softly hroughout Ihe exchange of ows. Entering (he sanctuary lo Ihe Irains of "The Bridal Cliorus" ram Lohengrin by Wagner, Ihe ride was escorted by her ilher and given in marriage y him. She was allired in an mpirc wedding gown of lace nd bridal satin designed with nig sleeves edged in circular u f f s and a round neckline en- anced by hand-clipped lace, he slightly A-lincd s k i r t lermi- aled inlo a demi-lrain. Her lanlilla of sheer English illu- on, edged in Hie same lace, owed beyond Ihe lenglh of her ·eclding gown. Tucked in her otiquel of while roses, which ·as centered with a while rchid. was a liandkcrchicl elonging lo her maternal randmolher. Mrs. Audra Leh- nann of Francesvillc. Ind. Also, he wore a blue garter which ad been worn by Mrs. Hanna forsanger. a longtime family riend from Hammond, Ind. and ow of Fayetteville. Mrs. Mary Rollings of Wesl -afayelte was matron of honor, he was gowned in an Empire oor-touching dress of pink clustered satin. She carried a ouquet of both fresh and silk pring flowers. Identically gowned In dresses f blue, lavendar, and yellow, respectively, were the bridesmaids, Miss Janet Mittelstaedt f Little Rock and Miss Pauline lien of West Lafayette, anc liss Frances Shen, a junior ridcsmaid from West Lafay- Ite. David M. Kraehbcr of Dun- ee. III. served his brother a esl m a n . Groomsmen were g Schriefer of Evansville. nc.. Phil Alexander of Eaton, ihio. and Randy Cleland of -arpenlersi'iUe, 111. RECEPTION Mr. and Mrs. Leffler enter ained for Iheir daughter ant er husband at a reception in he main dining room al Ihe lorris Bryant Inn. In the eceiving line were the hrida ouplc, Iheir molhers, and Ihe iridal altendanls. Mrs. Leffler chose for her daughter's wedding an afler- icon ensemble of paslel green 1 r g a n ?. a and lace. Mrs raebher. the bridegroom's molher, wore a paslel orange hiffon dress. Each pinned a v h i t e cymbidium orchid at her ihoulder. Serving hors' cl oeuvres anc jresiding at the p u n c h howl anr he champagne fountain wort Mrs. Leonard Volmer of Wes ayelle, Ihe bride's malerna aunt, and Mrs.Paul Lehmann a cousin from West Lafayclle. When (he young couple lef in a wedding Irip to Florida ind the Bahamas, Ihe new Mrs racbber had changed to j ailored peach pantsuit. At lie iiioulder she wore the orchk i'om her wedding bouquet \fler June 6, Ihcy will be a ionic at 875 26lh Slrecl, S-l n Marion, Iowa where Kracb er will be associated wilh the Collins Corporation as an Indus rial engineer. Among (he oul-of-lown guest vere Fred S. Vorsanger anr Mrs. H a n n a Vorsanger. both o ·' a y c 11 e v i 11 e ; Mrs. Free Schulze. Mrs. Judson Morrs ind Mr. and Mrs. Robert MacDonald, all of Chicago, III. Mrs. Audra Lehmann of Fran esville. Ind.; and Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Kraebber of Branden- on, Flu. REHEARSAL DINNER On Friday evening. May 10. Ir. and Mrs. Kraebber honored neir son and his fiancee with tliiiliiii!HU!MiiiiiiiiiHiniHii,i:niiiiiiH a dinner at the Lafayette Elks Club. Special guests were members of the wedding party and out-of-town guests. The bride and bridegroom presented each of (heir attendants with a gift. Arkansas Stmra or MEN Sun., May 12, 1974 % 7A ·niiiiiigiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiriiiiiiimiiiiiiir,iiiiiiiiiim» General Chairman Mrs. Robert T. Patrick of Fayetteville will serve as general chairman when the five Fayetteville chapters of Beta Sigma Phi, an international cultural, social and -service sorority, w i l l be hostesses for the Arkansas slate convention June 14, 15 and 16. Mrs. John Galloway and Mrs. Doy Zachry are cochairmen. Following a theme "Stairway to Stardom," representatives from 119 chap- (ers and 11 cily councils are expected to attend. The program will feature banquets, entertainment and such outstanding personalities as Ed Reimers, announcer, actor and narrator who is serving as National Education chairman for the American Cancer Society. A highlight of the convention will be the selection of tne 1974 Girl of the Year. Miss Paula Smith Is Engagec The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Paula Jo Smith to Frankie Lee Dilmars is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Smith. Her fiance is Ihe son of Mrs. Juaiiila Ditmars and Ihe late J. C. Dilmars anri grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Divmars, all of Prairie Grove. The bride-elect is presently a senior al Prairie Grove High School and the prospective bridegroom is a 1973 graduate of Texas High School at Texarkana, Tex. Miss Smith is the grandaugh- ler of Mrs. Lillie Smilh of Prairie Grove and Mrs. Enola Davis of Lincoln. The couple will be married at 7 p.m. J u n e 27 in ihe First Christian Church of Prairii Grove. All friends and relative are invited to attend. WATER WEIGHT PROBLEM? USE X-PEL frees wate n UK body dw to build up of pmnenstnal pain) can be xicomfoit able, X PR... a mild diwetic, nfl he!you lose aces lxxr«tet uttgfct 0 " "O.Wei'commendil. Northwest Arkansas Plaza MOM^Start a Pictorial Record of Your only Child 49 (frame not included} 5x7natural color portrait 6 DAYS ONLY OFFER ENDS SAT., MAY 18 No appointment necessary. Selection of poses. Limit: one special offer per family. Second child photographed individually at C8?. Age limit: 3 weeks to 14 years. 88(! charge for each additional person in groups. PORTRAITS « PASSPORTS . COPY i RESTORATION the Children^ Photographer portraits for pwmiM today. that win be priceless tomorrow. Northwest Arkansas Plaza Hwy. 71 N., Fayetteville Phone 442-8885 Coffee Honors Miss Shelton, Bride-Elect Spring flowers in profusion ecorated the home of Mrs. .ive R, Lane Tuesday morning hen she, Mrs. William C. Bryon and Mrs. Ix?ighlon Rudolph ntertained with a coffee. The onored guest was Miss Rhca ouise Shellon, who wii: ecome the bride of Douglas inn Wilson on Tuesday. Ma t. at St. Paul's Episcopa hurch. Mrs. W. W. Grigorieft greelud ucsls at the door and pre ented them to Miss Shellon nd her mother, Mrs. Ellis E hellon. who formed the recci ing line. Miss Shelton wore a ursage of daisies and Mrs hclton's corsage was blue iris Assisting in the living room ras Mrs. Paul D. Lewis. The refreshment table in (lie ining room was covered wilh n imported aqua linen c l o t h nd centered with a mas rrangement of pink blue ant ellow painled daisies. Pre iding at the silver coffee scr ice were Mrs. T. C- Diincar laves and Mrs. William J aerg. Further assisting were Irs. Homer Crow and Mrs. G i. Burke. Approximately 5 0 guests ailed between the hours of II nd 12 o'clock. The hostess gift to the hride lecl was a silver serving dish. Pet Peeve It peeves me when shopping t a sale, to Iry on a pair o ices which are tied together nd ·i «*ui*_ij en c Lieu lugcine find ttiat the mirror is twi is away GOLD Top PricM Paid For Old Gold and Jawalry. Underwood's 611 W. Dickson, Fayeti KOBIE CAKES For Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays, and All Special Occasions. To Order Phone 839-2243 (Closed Tuesdays) Hwy 71, West Fork Mrs. Bryant Dies HOPE. Ark. (AP) -- ·crvlces are scheduled for 10 i.m. today al Hope for Annie , Mac Nelson Bryant, 92, the s " ne WHS ·"' l l l c University of Ark a n s a s ill l''aveltwil!e d i e d Tlini'sclay A ' « r a d t m t c of ilcmlerson- 'wn C..HCKC ,-it Arkmli'lphia. .,i ti, 0 r j n i v p r while "nlT "'. . j Futrall mis president of Iho Mrs. Bryant, a former d i c t i - ' U A . JCPenney Our dot line-up. A color scheme that works beautifully on voile. oile dress of . polyester/cotton wilh multicolored dots and contrast patent leather belt. On while, blue or red, 8-16. $Of) cool Summer sewing SAVINGS FOR THE BRIDE AND *GRAD PRINTS Bold, colorful screen printed designs on a fine cotton crepe. Machine washable, 44"/45" wide REG. $2.29 YD. SAVE .73 YD. KNITS Double knit solids nnd fancies, heather single knit fancies. Machine wasil polyesters, acrylic and cotton blends. 54"/ 60" wide. VALUES TO $3.93 Yd. Suve $1 Yd. NYLON CHIFFON DOITED SWISS VOILE PRINTS CREPE SATINS FLOCKED NYLONS "ROMANCE" SATIN SPARKLE ORGANZA EMBROIDERED EYELETS LACE 139 ± y d 169 1 yd. 169 1 - yd. 169 1 yd. 198 x yd. 198 A yd. 998 ^ yd. -up BRIDAL HATS 5^8 to 2998 Mytons, Rayons; Cottons and Wends. Mi aw washabte. 36*V4S " W ide SO-FRO always first quality fabrics Open Daily Til 9 p.m. Northwest Arkansas Plaza

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