80rtht0r0t Arkansas or MEN Saturday, May IB, 1974 Â· 3 Luncheon Today Honors Members Of Wedding Party MR. AND MRS. COY RAY BURTON ... after their recent marriage at Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Burton-Peeler Wedding Told The Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints was the scone ol the recent afternoon wedding of Miss Linda Diane Peeler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Peeler of Greenland, and Coy Ray Burton, son of Troy Burton of West Fork ami Mrs. Lucy Smith of Greenland. Harvey B. Morten Jr, performed the double ring ceremony. The bride wore an A-line gown of acetate satin with wedding ring collar. The bodice was trimmed with reembro- idered Chantilly lace that extended down the front or the hemline with three chisleds of lace petals ornamented with tiny seed pearls. The shepherdess sle eves we re gat hered a t the wrists ending in pointed cuffs.Her headpiece was a cluster of lace petals which secured her elbow-tongth veil of silk illusion, and she carried a lxu- quc t of la vende r and whit e daisies. Mrs. Rachel Bartz was matron of honor and best man was Rick Flora. A reception followed the cer- mony. Modern Woodmen Hold Mother-Daughter Tea M o d e r n Woodmen o! America, Camp 14010. held a Mother-Daughter Ton at (he Ramacla Inn last week honoring Mrs. Abaleen Edmonson for her contribution to the community and to Washington County. Mrs. Edmonscm received an orchid corsage and was awarded Modern Woodmen's community service plaque. She is a volunteer probation officer. Daughters made scrub brush flower gardens for their mothers and Mrs. Irene Dosscll won tho Mother's Day door prize, a potted plant. Plans are being made for a Father-Son picnic at Lake on June 8. Mr. Beaver or Mrs. Bridesmaids and flower girls who will be members of the wedding party when Miss Lee Ann Dodson and Joey Starr are married on Monday, May 20, were honored today at a luncheon held at the Holiday Inn. Hostesses for the occasion, at which the very special guest was Miss Dodson, were her grandmothers, Mrs. Nona Allen and Mrs. Thelma Dodson, and the prospective bridegroom's grandmothers, Mrs. Arthur Gabriel and Mrs. Fred Starr. Other honored guests were mothers of the engaged couple, Mrs. Dwight Dodson and Mrs. Joe Fred Starr. Highlighting the luncheon table was a handmade bridal figure standing under a flower- :overed arch .made of spring lowers in the bride-to-be's chosen colors, pale yellow and green. Old-fashioned nosegays made of daisies, larkspur, snapdragons and baby's breath and ied with bows of yellow checked gingham were placed on either side of the bride, and greenery was used down the center fo either end of the table. Tiny bridesmaid figures in pastel colors, and small corsages of sweet peas and fern marked the place of each bridesmaid, who were also recipients of gifts given by Miss Dodson. Those receiving gifts were Hiss Dana Dodson, sister of the wide-elect, who will serve as her maid of honor, another s i s t e r . Miss Nancy Lynn 5 o d s o n , bridesmaid, Miss Shannon Starr, sister of the prospective bridegroom, who vill be junior bridesmaid, Miss Patti Ward and Miss Robin Scharlau, bridesmaids. Also receiving gifts were Miss Kathy -lenry and Miss Eve Agee who will be flower girls. Carrying out an old tradition, a special feature of the luncheon was a pink tiered bridesmaid cake topped with a tiny basket of fresh flowers. Guests were served by the bride-to-be, and each attendant received a piece of cake containing customary symbols depicting lappiness, marriage, travel and riches. A gift, a cream pitcher in the bride's chosen pattern, was presented to her by the hostesses. Other guests attending were the bride-elect's aunts, Miss Helen Mitchell and Mrs. Harry Allen of Tulsa; her cousin, Miss Beth Coulter of Dangerfield, Tex.; Mrs. T. Reed Chastain of Kansas City and Mrs. Edna McCauley of Oklahoma City, great aunts of the bride-groom- to-be; Mrs. Jon Larry Starr of Hot Springs, Mrs. Jacob Agee and Mrs. Morriss Henry, both of Fayetteville. Sorority Chapter rÂ»Â» f \- -x 1 1 /~ f 1 4-4- 1 s" Â· j-* v f Shower Honors Miss Edwards, Bride-Elect The home of Mrs. Troy Hcnd- ricks was decorated with spring flowers last Friday evening when she entertained with a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Judy Edwards, who will become Ihe bride of Robert ' Allen on June 15 at the First Baptist Church. Co-hostessc.s were Mrs. Rodney Ryan and - Mrs. Denver Hutson. Corsages of white and lavender carnations were given to f-' Miss Edwards. Miss Linda Edwards, her sister, and to Mrs. Roy Allen, mother of the prospective bridegroom. The refreshment table was covered with a white linen cloth overlaid with lavender n e I which was gathered at various points and caught with lavender f l o w e r s. The lahle was centered with lavender c a n d l e s and an arrangement of lavender carnations and white chrysanthemums in a silver howl. Placed on the credenza was a large candelabrum holding tall lavender candles. Presiding at the punch bowl was Mrs. Alien where petit George Mulling. 751-1537, will give information to those who call. 'iiniiiiiiiniiiiinniiiininimiiiniiiiiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiiDniniiiiiiiiiiia Births Â·nniiiiiiniiiinniiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiE REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. William C. Litzinger of Fayetteville, a daughter, May 15. Mr. and Mrs. Leon F. Bland of Farminglon, a son, 15. Mr. and Mrs. Terry R. Ward ol Springdale, a son. May 15. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Van Hook of Springdale, a son. Mav 15. 'iiiDiiiiiiintiiiiiuiiiiNiniiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiwiiiiiiiiiHin 4-H Club News Garden Club ' Learns To Make Terra riums Iris Garden Club mel Wednesday For a workshop and luncheon at the home of Mrs. T. Ewing Shellon with Mrs. Curtis Crouch as co-hostess. Present were 14 members iind three guests, Mrs. B r e n t Clark, Mrs. Ruth Pouch and Mrs. Roy Breazeale. The morning was spent making terrariums under the supervision of Mrs. Clark. She demonstrated how to plant terrariums in bottles and told what kind of plants are best suited to plant and how to care for them after they are planted. Each member m a d e a terrarium to take home. After luncheon, served by the hostesses, the president. Mrs Crouch, conducted a short business session. She reported thai club members would serve as clerks at the slate daffodil show to be held in April 1975 Fayetteville. The club was interested in contributing items to be used in the book 'Favorite Ways To Garden.' that is being sponsored by th Alabama Federation of Garden Clubs. The June meeting will be a covered dish luncheon at the ake home of Mrs. M.O. Ramay with Mrs. Roscoe Morrison Â·and Miss Juanita Caudle as hos tesses. A field trip will be madi in the afternoon to study wil flowers and plants. Miss Jones Hostess To Four Seasons Garden Club Members Miss Elsa Jones was hostes to members of the Four Sea sons Garden Club's May meel ing. Co-hostess was Mrs, Glen Cole. Mrs. Harold Heckel conducle the business meeting when th club voted to raise the counc dues to twenty five cents pe member and to have a flowe arranging school instead of flower show next year. Alsi members will assist with the daffodil show to be held in Fayetteville next spring. After the business meeting the club had a mini flower show with informal judging by Mrs.. A. F. Casper. Refreshments were served to 14 members and one guest. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Ed Dale. During this meeting the club will have installation of officers Members ot Delta Chi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met May 13 at the home of Mrs. John Williams on Oklahoma Way. Installation of officers was conducted by Mrs. Doug Stovall with Mrs. Bill Jones and Mrs. Marsha Blackard assisting New officers are Mrs. Stovall, president; Mrs. Williams, vice Mrs. John Eichler, officer; Mrs. Ray president; extension Sigg. recording secretary; Mrs. Charles Holcomb, treasurer and Mrs- Jones, sponsor. The new officers were iresented a yellow rosebud at BETHEL GROVE The home of Mr. and Mrs. fours decorated lavender flowers served. and nuts wore also Bob Spears wns the setting for the May meeting. Project progress reports were made by Georgette Thomas and Charles Moore. A report on the county 4-H Dog Show was made by Car men Adair, and a demonstration on the proper care of baby pigs given by Ben Rutherford. Refreshments were screed by Greg Oxford and Robin Bond'. The next meeting will be held June 8 at 7:30 p.m. at the community building. Greg Oxford HELPING HANDS The May meeting was conducted by John Miller Â· at St. John's Lutheran Church. Plans were made for 4-H Sunday, activity day. and county council elections. A project report in leathercraft was given by M a r y Frances Burkett. Instructions on record book preparation were also given. The ne\t meeting will be held at 7 p.m. June 13. Mary Frances Burkett Announcements Credit Women Discuss Debts Credit Women of Fayetle- ville-International met Wednesday at the Holiday Inn. Mrs. Evelyn Cox introduced tihe speaker, Paul Gayed Sr vice president of the F i r s t National Bank who spoke to the group on two subjects from their study . manual "Debt C o l l e c t i o n Standards" and "Price of Consumer Credit." Mrs Glendora Sharp presided at a short business meeting and announced that the next meeting will be May 29 at the Holiday Inn. DAG Chapter Hears Reports On Assemblies M a j o r Brian Pendleton hapter. Daughters of the merican Colonists, m e t for uncheon Tuesday in the home Mrs. Paul Rhodes. Co- ostesses were Mrs. L. L. Srowne. Mrs. Jack Hyland, Dr. Elizabeth Thomas and Mrs. JoÂ« Bates. The luncheon table was de -orated with Raggedy Ann anc Raggedy Andy dolls and --' hina was used in serving. The program consisted of re wrts of the state and nationa ssemblies of the Daughters o! he American Colonists and was given by Mrs. George Yost .Irs. Yost, lucted the regent, also con business meeting and will appoint committees fo the coming year at a later date Adult Center Schedules Programs Mr. and Mrs. G.E. Presle 'rom Springdale will provide arogram of music for Monday' program. Mr. Presley is an 82 year-old singer of Irish folk songs and is accompanied by Mrs. Presley on the piano. Lewis and Ruby Myers from Lincoln will present a country- western music program for the members on Wednesday. Games will be played on Friday. Participants are asked to bring a white elephant to be used as prizes. ' Anyone 50 years of age or older is invited to attend the programs of the Center. For more information phone 4433512. soml Gay. and she *nd Gail Gay served refreshments. The next meeting will be June 2 at 1:30 p.m. at the commun- ty building. Election of officers or the coming year is schc- uled for this lime. MOUNT COMFORT Mount Comfort. Extension omemakers Club met this week with 13 members answering roll call. Held at the lommunity building, Mrs. Elizabeth Beaty was hostess. Devotions were led by Mrs. Paulne Paul. Plans were made to entertain B a p t i s t Ford Cluh on June 6 Â«t the community building. A poem w r i t t e n by Mrs. Lyrlia Cotner, former member now living in Florida, was read, and a letter from Mrs. Opal Lamb, who now lives in Michigan. Mrs. BeiUy was in charge of the program and discussed "facts about fats." Literature was distributed. Mrs. Catherine Hatficld reported on her visit to (he University of Arkansas. The next meeting will be June 6. tt*Â«Â«MMBÂ»ltiaÂ«Â«IIIIIGEM1IIMTIimillÂ«^ Daily Calendar of Events Today Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Dudes and Dells, Asbell School Cafelorium, 8 p.m. SMITH'S 1 Communication 2 -Way Radio Tour 2-wtr radio ticfldquftrten Â» rtMntfa HM. am no N. coi!Â«Â« w-ar 1 For Your Prescription Need? 1 See Ut 1 QUAKER DRUG 1 BE. Center -- 44242M : 1 City Parking Lot In Rear : Sunday Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Huf, 1:30 p.m. Ozark Dairy Goat Association, Ozarks Electric, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Â·Â·wiiMini^infi.'iwifflimB^i^'i'niifflniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw he close of the ceremony. Mrs! Stovall presented a personal note and gift to each member of the chapter. A gift of appreciation was presented to Mrs. Stovall by the members. New committee chairmen were announced. They are Mrs. IVilliams, membership; Mrs. "ichler, program; Mrs. Bill Conner, service; Mrs. Holcomb, ways and means; and Mrs. ~igg, social and publicity. Plans for the annual fire- vorks stand were made. It will e located at Spe-Dee Mart on he corner of Leverett and Poplar. The fireworks will be sold July 3 and 4. Mrs. Williams presented a program entitled the art of cake and a shop. flower arranging work- decorating, s t r a t i o n After a each demo member Bridge News ADULT CENTER Earl Thornton and Thelma Stanforth won first and second place honors at the weekly Community Adult Center bridge party. Othed winners were San- iord Berg, Hazel Nipper. Gcne- vieve Berg, and Oscar White. Anyone 50 years of age or older is invited to attend the activities of the Community Adult Center. For further information phone 443-3512. EXTENSION HOMEMAKER5 CLUB wiiiiiiiimiiiiiraiiiiiiiiffliiiw WHITE ROCK Members met at the home of Mrs. Frank L. Pond for the Way meeting after the annual 'poke pickin' picnic" was rained out. There were 11 members and one guest, Mrs. Ruth Stewart present. It was announced members will be guests of Middle Fork Club at 7 p.m. June 4. Mrs Minnie Beth Tipton was electee vice president succeeding Mrs Dorothy Decker. FISHBACK Irene Bookout, special guest demonstrated the art of cake decoration to eig ht membe rs and two guests at the regular meeting of the club this month at the Fishback Community Building. Pam Gay led devotions and at the business meeting read the newsletter from the county office. An invitation from the VA Hospital to attend the awards program was read and reports given by c o m m i t t e e chairmen. T h e mystery package was won by decorated several cupcakes. Refreshments of cold drinks and cupcakes were served from an orange and white table setting. The next meeting will he held at the home of Mrs. Sigg. The time has been changed to 7:30 p.m. Each member is reminded to bring a gift for her secret sister who will be revealed that night. Friday. May 24, a pizza party will be held at the Piz/a Hut North at 7:30 for all chapter members and their husbands. Another FAMILY WEEKLY Exclusive - May 19 cJLadulin Ol Evelyn Hills ^/ Fayetteville ^^ J/tt*, WE'VE MOVED TO EVELYN HILLS For Those Good Values . . . Come See Us it., t Current Books Group of AAUW will meet at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday for a salad luncheon. The meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. R. C. Wray, 1719 Rayview Drive, with Mrs. Edward C. Becker assisting. Mrs. J.R. Bissett will review, "Marie Antoinette," by John Hearsey. K a p p a Kappa Gamma Alumnae will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Chapter House. National Association of Retired Federal Employes w i l l meet at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Adult Center. Reports on the state convention will he heard. GOLD Top Prices Paid For Old Gold and JÂ«wÂ«lry. ELECT BRUCE CRIDER COUNTY JUDGE Since it it impossible to visit each and every one of you, I am choosing this method to seek your support in the forthcoming primary election. I stand on my record: born in Greenland, Arkansas; Air Force veteran; owned and operated cattle and poultry forms and Crider Brothers Nursery; served as Sheriff and County Judge of Washington County. Now, more than ever before, trustworthy public officials are of utmost importance. votre for Rimity Weekly of BRUCE CRIDER COUNTY JUDGE WASHINGTON COUNTY You Will Find It Hard to Believe: Our Political Leaders Economize, Too -Here's How... "My husband hod the last Kaiser automobile extant in the United Stales. He couldn't part with it. He can never part ifith any car." Frances Spatz Leighton's cover story for Family Weekly reveals how 13 Washington heavyweights save one thing or another in the interest of economy. Considering our own national economy -- in which they also play a part -- the contrast is extreme. Their ways of economizing are clever, pragmatic, and will make you wish these political leaders tended our tax dollars with the same care and concern they lavish on old pieces of paper and pencils. In your copy of ft* REUPHOLSTERY SPECIAL! SOFA $129.00 Includes Labor and Materials Choice of Naugahyde, Nylons, Herculons and Velvets Choice of Colors 3. .EAST MOUNTAIN RECOVERY ROOM Phone 521-8815 In 8 Short Months You Can Become A Professional Beautician, and Enjoy the Unlimited Opportunities Beauty Culture Offers You! PLAN TO ENROLL IN ONE OF OUR JUNE Oft JULY CLASSES Beauty Culture a your career is fascinating work --Assures you good pay, personal charm and independence. Call today for information at no obligation to you. "Arkansas' Most Progressive School oj Beauty Culture" Ruth's Beauty College \ 1200 North College Ave -- Fayetteville, Arkansas Phone 521-3571 The State We're hi. (#1 of a series.) M Drug abuse was once only the problem of the larger cities. Now it has extended its cruel grasp into the small; towns--the highways and byways of AT-' kansas. Every community, every school, every home is considered fairgame for the drug pushers. The lure is pleasure. The cost is slavery. As governor, I pledge myself to exert my energies to stamp out this money-grubbing attack on our most precious pos- session...thefuture of our children. The state must cooperate fully with all law enforcement officials, our school officials--and our young adults in a massive assault on the drug pushers. Treatment centers must be established to save those who. have already fallen into the dutches of this evil force. Join me. Together we will stamp out drug pushers. We must save our young people from this evil mt-nace and protect the well-being and future Â· Â· of Arkansas. JF Jf for Us. For Governor. For All. He will do something about the state we're in.
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