MRS. DAVID N. .WHITE JR. ... was Miss Linda Kay Vandenburg before her Sunday afternoon wedding at St. Paul's Episcopal'Church, Miss Vandenberg' Weds On Sunday In a ceremony Sunday afternoon. May 9, at 4 o'clock at St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Miss Linda Kay Vandenberg became the bride of Lt. David Newton White Jr. Parents of the couple arc Col. and Mrs, Duane Evert Vandenberg of Hickam. Air Force Base, Hawaii, and Mr. and Mrs. David Newton White of Sheridan. The Rev. James McLean and , the Rev. Edward L. Salmon performed the ceremony, and Dr. John Cowell presented a program of music at the organ. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of candlelight faille satin. The yoke and s leeves of reem- broidered lace were set in with chiffon ruffles, and featured a Ground Rules Set In Fight Training For Marriage STORKS, Conn. (AP) -- Almost everyone starts a marriage based on fantasy hut they have to cope with differences they didn't expect." says a U n i - versity of Connecticut clinical psychologist who specializes in "fight training." "The goal of fight training i: to set up ground rules and define fighting styles so that couples can harness their aggressiveness and use_ it for pos- tive purpose." said Donald Mosher, a Gestalt therapist. LIMITS WORKSHOPS Mosher said his workshops are usually limited to si\ couples who are taught techniques in "fighting fair." *'Like the heavyweights, sometimes in couples one partner has the upper hand with more verbal skill and so forth Through fight training, the Through fight training, the dove has a better chance o! dove has a better chahee of coping with a hawk," Mosher said. Although Mosher says fight ing is healthy and valuable aspect of marriage, "most couples tend to have the same fight a thousand times and dif Terences go unresolved." To break up the repetitive cycle, Mosher suggests setting up ground rules for "construe live fighting." instead of "rit ual fighting." IMPORTANT ISSUES "Couples must decide wha' are the important issues ii their marriage. Will a figh necessarily resolve the differ ences?. "Couples should agree not t bring issues out of the past i there is no benefit in thrashing them out. They should agree on sensitive areas t h a t are too delicate to withstand a fight.' "The use of language is im portant. Profanities are useless if they fail to articulate point," Mosher said. Fighting is inevitable in an marriage "because one partne always violates somes set of ex peclations of the other." Mosh er added. "We eventually have to re waste steam that goes nor solve our differences so wh waste steam that goes nc where?" he said. Women Set Sung/ass Style By VIVIAN BROWN AP Newsfealures Writlr Who sets sunglass styles so unglass styles stay set? The sophisticated woman, hat's who. What she approves n higher priced lines is likely to be acquired for the sunglass wardrobe of the average woman about a year later. So says Boris Kliot, who helps make unglass decisions as president if a company "which origi- lated sunglass fashions 20 'ears ago." Although every conceivable style and color of sunglasses are worn from morning bike rides to late suppers, from newest models to oldies that have ben worn year in and year out, the search for new ideas goes on, he observed. Soon we will be wearing "cosmetics llasses" in the evening. NEW STYLES The progression of fashion events that spawns the new styles for the average woman often starts at Klio's home in St. Tropcz between N i c e and "annes. There on the Riviera -- the name his sunglasses also bear -- he spots glasses fashionable women have chosen to wear. After researching sung lass popularity in the United States and elsewhere, lie ati lis partner and other firm members discuss the styles am put "the accepted ones" within ;he average pocketbook for tht following year. Anything Jackie Kennedy wears becomes popular. Klio remarked. Ditto those worn movie people. "In fact the first of the large rimmed glasses was designcc by us for Audrey Hepburn to landed waist with applique o eemhroidered lace with seec jcarls in f r o n t with a satin bo\ n back. Her A-line skirt wa gathered in back with a widi -hiffon ruffle edged with lao down the side of the skirt anr completely encircling the hem ine which ended in a chapel ength traini Her matchinL icadpiece secured a three iered elbow-length veil, he carried a cascade bouque Df gardenias, baby's breath m i n i a t u r e carnations a n _reenery in a swirl shape. He ewelry was pearl earrings, ;ift from her parents. Mrs. Leonard Higgs of Austin. Tex., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Miss Elizabeth iusan Boss of Pine Bluff was naid of honor. Miss Margaret Bee Barger of L i t t l e Rock and Miss Rhoni Palmer, the tridegroom's n i e c e , were iridesmaicls. They wore full skirted garden dresses with ong fitted sleeves, scoop necklines with ruffles around ,he necklines and hemlines, fashioned of dotted Swiss in ]astel shades of pink, blue, p'ellow and green. They wore matching garden hats and carried bouquets of mixed colored daisies with matching ribbons. Douglas Olive Woodrame of fine Bluff was best man. Second Lt. Jo tin Wendolyn Tacks of Marianna and Lt. Ronald G. Ohlendt of Little were groomsmen, and ushers were Stephan Henry '' Mc- anrl Robert Leo Bvrne Jr. of Tulsa, Okla. The bride's mother chose a Batik print of muted green and iurquoise designed with fitted long sleeves, scoop neckline and iraped floor-length skirt. The bridegroom's mother wore a floor-touching dress of cm- tossed mint green with an Aline skirt and short sleeves. Assisting at the reception in the Parish House which followed were Miss Karen Imhoff of Fayetteville at the guest book, Miss Roberta Boyd of Jacksonville, Miss Sheryl Corley, Mrs. Robert Leo Byrne Jr. of Tulsa, and Miss Olivia Lynn Boas of Pine Bluff. Among the out-of-town guests were the bride's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Muir of Fischer, Tex., the bridegroom's brothers-in-law and sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Billy J. Alchley and Mr. a n d Mrs. Vernon Corley of Sheridan and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slough of Pine Bluff and their children, and the bride's brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fliggs of Austin, Tex. When the couple left for a wedding trip, the bride was wearing a blue double knit pantsuit, The couple will make their home in Fayetteville where both are graduate stu- ents at the University of Ar ansas. Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Del J. Carcndc of Springdale, a son, May 20. Mr. and Mrs. Harold T Williams of Elkins. a daughlcr May 20. Mr. and Mrs. Frankie D Rued of Lincoln, a son M a 21. Mr. and Mrs. Â· Kenneth H Johnson of Prairie Grove son. May 2U Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D Moore of Fayelteville, daughter. May 21. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Alvie Dry mon of Lowell, a daughter, May 21. Mr. and Mrs. Richard O Walden of Farmington, a son Mav 21. ear in 'Breakfast at Tiffa- y's.' They were talked about ong before they became avail- hie in our lower-priced line, I'hich is 90 per cent of our busi- icss." SETS FASHION T h e large mock-tortoise rames worn by Audrey Hep- Â·Hirn in "Charade" are now xipular also. In addition, this 'ear's glasses include aviator, Sandra Day Honored With Sherry Party Mrs. William Buche. Mrs. Leo .'aulissen, Mrs. Andrew Lucas Ir.. Mrs. William Fcrrell and idrs. David Wilson entertained with a drop-in sherry party rom 4:30 until 6 o'clock. Monday honoring Miss Sandra Day, bride-elect. The party took 3lace at the Buche residence on North Highland Avenue. Mrs. Larry McGrew of Little Rock served cream and drj sherry from a table decorated with yellow daisies in a silver compote and Mrs. Lucas served coffee from a silver service Two oriental decanters were used to fill Ihe decanter on the table. Arrangements of field anc potted daisies were usec :hroi!ghout the entertainment area. Special guests were Mrs Stephen Day and Mrs. Bii Sherry, mothers of the engaged couple, and his grandmothers Mrs. Eunice Huntley and Mrs Margaret Miller of Springriale. Approximately C 0 guests called during the parly hours. Serving pieces in Miss Day's selected giottery was the hostess gift. Announcements tnmi mi [iiinminm 11 iiiiiiniimiiiiiiinngiiiniiiiiiiiinir Mount Comfort Cemeter: Memorial Day Service will bi held Sunday at 2 p.m. in (In Mount Comfort Church. An out of-town speaker will present 3 talk. SEWING CLASSES ENROLL TODAY FABRIC CITY ilat, oval or octagonal frames wear -- colored lenses that will pewter, copper, licorice, ack or silken silvery tones, "We set fashion, but we don't y to revolutionize it," he ex- ained. "We would not say lat one color or one shape will hange everything. We are now oing unusual shapes in the old look, and there are new dcas in metal frames -- pastc-1 nted lenses in thin black rames -- and colored tortoise hells. All colored igger than ever." frames arc There is also concentration n innovative decorative tem- les -- swan shaped, sculptured vists, and cut-out jeweler's etal finishes. 'In 1975 we are coming up , .. ------- L:_ ith waulifv cosmetic the face conccpt for evening not darken when you go inside." The gradient lenses -- that go from clear to dark when exposed to infrared or ultraviolel light -- represents 25 per cent in additional business for the company, he remarked. They were the first to use the lenses for fashion wear, and the price is determined by the f r a m e s chosen, Each sunglass fashion has 21 or more variations in styling he observed, because "buying sunglasses is sort of like pur chasing a scarf. You find the right shape and size, but you might not like the design or col or." He says such a challenge can be mot in the thousands o glasses that are available. QUALIFIED BY EXPERIENCE JOAN PERRY DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE for Washington County TREASURER Your vote and support will be 3 sincerely appreciated. Ad paid for by Joan Perry or MEN Friday, May 24, 1974 Daily Calendar of Events SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters N. College | For Your Proscription N**di S*Â«Us QUAKER DRUG 12 E. 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