Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 26, 1974 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, May 26, 1974
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Jlortfjtoegt MYHTCVUE, ARKANSAS, SUNDAY, MAY tt, 1974 t£tmeg Starr-Dodson Vows Read In Monday Church Ceremony ', In a double ring ceremony at 7:30 o'clock on Monday. May 20, Miss Lee Ann Dodson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. Dwight Dodson, becante the bride of Joe Fred Starr Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fred Starr, all of FayetteviUe. I Dr. Joel Cooper performed the rites before the altar decorated with yellow and white spring flowers. Yellow Dutch iris marked family pews. Mark Brockman, at the , organ, played traditional wedding music, and accompanied Miss Palti Ward who sang *'Be" .from Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Neil Diamond. Charlets Dodson, the bride's brother, lighted the candles. ·I Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of silk organza over satin that Che designed and made Fashioned with a scoop neckline accented by a Chantilly lace ruffle, e l b o w - l e n g t h puffed Sleeves, a fitted midriff with ridesmaids, and Miss Shannon tarr, the bridegroom's sister, was junior bridesmaid. The maid of honor wore green and the bridesmaids wore yellow resses of Lover's Knot over taffeta. They were styled with scoop neckline with ruffles, Minted midriffs and gathered kirts with long hemline ruffle. They wore natural straw pic- ure hats decorated with green jnd white checked ribbon and white daisy chrysanthemums. They carried colonial bouquets of yellow Dutch iris, daisy gored skirt fell length train. to The chapel skirt . trimmed with layers of Chan tilly lace and lace beaded with tiny maize ribbon. Her illusioi veil was attached with a wreath of yellow sweetheart roses Btephanotis, baby's breath an English ivy, and bouquet was of flowers tied with a bow of silk organza. She wore a strand o pearls, a gift of the bridegroom ; ATTENDANTS - Miss Dana Dodson was he lister's maid of honor, Mis ·J4ancy Lynn Dodson, anothe sister. Miss Patti Ward an Miss Robin Scharlau wer Mrs. Jon Larry Starr of Springs, presided : at the hrysanthemums and baby's 3reath. Flower girls, Misses Eve Agee and Kathy Henry, were n "Holly Hobby" dresses of ,'eloow. They wore pinafores of yellow and green floral eyelet and bonnets to match their pinafores. They carried green jaskets filled with daisies. David Starr served his brother as best man. grooms men were Kent Starr, another Brother, Allen Dodson, the the bride's brother, Jim Miller. John Cole and Rob Merry-Ship. Mrs. Dodson wore a long pink shirtwaist dress with white accessories and a corsage of pink rosebuds. Mrs. Starr chose a dress of deep coral chiffon with a matching cape and accessories. She pinned a gar denia to her clutch handbag. RECEPTION Holiday Inn was the scene of the reception which followed the tiered wedding cake surrounded by yellow rosebuds, daisies and greenery and topped with a replica of the bride's bouquet. Aunts of the bridegroom, Mrs. Reed Chastian of Kansas City and Hot punch bowl. The hors d'oeuvres table was decorated with a silver basket filled with yellow and white chrysanthemums, Dutch iris, daisies and snap dragons. Miss Beth Coulter of Dangerfield, Tex., the bride's cousin, was in charge of the bride's book. Assisting were Miss Mignonne Agee, Miss Jeannie Bone, Miss Melissa Carter, MUs Sallie Gar- xr, Miss Josephine Duell, Miss Carolyn Ferguson, Miss Becky Jones, Miss DeeDee Jones, Miss Debbi Lewis, Miss Sheri Starr, Miss Pam Walden. Miss Jac- ceremony where the entrance was decorated with yellow chrysanthemums and ferns. Mrs. Harry Allen of Tulsa and Miss Helen Mitchell, aunts of the bride, served the four- quita Phillips, Miss Nancy Wood, Miss Mary Sugg, Miss Jennie Wealherford of Fayette- viUe and Miss Lee Ann Simmons of Springdale. Rice bags were distributed by Miss Chandra Agee. Miss Carolyn Trumbo, Miss Lori Starr, Miss Carolyn Jones, Miss Demaris Douglas, Miss Debbie Douglas, Mary Catherine Deweese, Miss Jenny Carter all of FayetteviUe, Miss Mary Jean Simmons of Springdale and Miss Susan Burgess of Hot Springs. When the couple left for a wedding trip to Niagara Falls N. Y.. and Bar Harbor, Maine, Mrs. Starr was wearing a white knit dress with a gardenia to her shoulder. They at home in Fayetteville me 10. Miss Janet H'ddbold Is Bride Of Dick Wheeler Central United Methodist Church was the setting for the Saturday afternoon wedding of Miss Janet Lee Hildbold and Richard Paul Wheeler, both of FayetteviUe, at 4:30 o'clock. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. J. David Hildbold and Mrs. Garland Wheeler, all of FayetteviUe, and the late Mr. Wheeler. Dr. Joel A. Cooper, pastor of officiated at the ceremony. T h e couple pledged their nuptial vows before an altar banked in while spider chrysanthemums, white stock and blue baby's breath beneath a lighted cross. Stately ivory colored the church, double ring D i s p e n s i n g hospitality throughout the party hours were Mrs. Henry Shreve, Mrs. Howard Bass, Mrs. Clifton Surdette, Mrs. G. C. Thomas, Mrs. J. B. Crumpler, Mrs, Sue Mackenzi, Mrs. Dick Pratt, Mrs. Clarence Cotterman, Mrs. Joe B. Morris, Mrs. A r t h u r Spooner, all of FayetteviUe, and Mrs. Sheldon Baker of Springdale. Later in the afternoon, when the young couple left on a honeymoon; the bride had changed to a white eyelet dress designed so each tier of the skirt was defined by small blue embroidered flowers and lace edging. Her picture hat w a s blue and at her shoulder she wore her mother's white rose corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler will be at home in Little Rock after June 3 where he is a student at the University of Arkansas Medical Center. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper^ Indianapolis, Ind., Mr. and Mrs; Leo Hildbold, Ft. Recovery. Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Bradford Eoff, Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Baker, Springdale, Mr. and Mrs. Joe F r i d d 1 e, Mountainburg, Miss Tamsy Sandford, Fort Smith, a n d Mr. and Mrs. George Melbourn, Rogers. MRS. JOE FRED STARR JR. ... was Miss Lee Ann Dodson before her marriage Monday night at Central United Methodist Church. In Pine Bluff Church Kraemer-Buckner Vows Said candles, burning in two-seven- branched brass candlelabra, p r o v i d e d illumination and wrnpleted the altar setting. Miss Penny Wheeler of Fayetteville, the bridegroom's niece, was acolyte. Mark Brockm arm , of i Fayette- viUe was organist.- he 'played a program of pre-nuptial music a n d accompanied James WooUey of Fayetteville as he sang "The Wedding, Song 1 ' and "Starting Here, Starting Now." The bridal party entered the sanctuary to the "Trumpet Tune" by Henry Pureell. The r e c e s s i o n a l was Purcell's "Trumpet Voluntary." As Mr. Hildbold escorted his . daughter to the altar to give her in marriage, the organist p l a y e d ' ' T h e W e d d i n g Processional" from "The Sound of Music" by Richard Rodgers. BRIDAL GOWN The bride ' wore a wedding gown of ivory cotton and lace. The fitted bodice was designed with a round neckline edged in seed pearls. Tiny satin covered buttons accented the bodice front and closed the cuffs to the full Bishop sleeves. Alternate horizontal panels of sheer re-embroidered cotton and lace formed the floor-length skirt which wes softly gathered at lad MRS. LARRY ALLEN SHERRY ... until her marriage Saturday afternoon at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church was Miss Sandra Karen Day Sandra Day Weds Larry Allen Sherry Miss Sandra Karen Day, daughter of Prof, and Mrs. Stephen M. Day was married Saturday afternoon, May 25, at 2 o'clock to Larry Allen Sherry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sherry of Springdale. The marriage was solemnized at St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church in Fayettevflle before an altar 'decorated with a matching pair of urns filled with chrysanthemums and giant Shasta daisies. The Rev. Robert T. Dienert officiated at the wedding mass. j Acolytes were Marcus and Stephen Day Jr.. brothers of Ihe bride. Miss Jane Hoffman, jbrganist, played selections from "Fiddler on the Roof," preced- Mendefe- wedding tag the ceremony, isohn's traditional roarcJi was played for t h e bride's entrance and Trumpeters March was used as the recessional. · The bride, escorted by her father, wore a gown of ecra imported cotton with cotton lace panel insert, long full sleeves 'with lace cuffs and square neck. Two rows of lace encir eled the ruffled bottom of the dress. Her veil was fingertip- length lace and she carried a bouquet of large Shasta daisies · Mrs. Larry Garrtott, sister o the bride, served as matron of honor. She wore a long dress of embroidered yellow gingham trimmed with eyelet and a yellow picture hat. Bridesmaid were Miss Laminda Sherry, sister of the bridegroom, who won Moe gingham with a blue picture hat; and Miss Lynda Williams, who wore pink gin| ham and a matching pink hat They carried bouquets of dai lies and spring flowers hi colon if ill the dresie* with matching dress fabric fashioned in the ·iiingementg. Flower girl wa Visa Mary Kathleen Day another sister of the bride, who »ore green embroidered ging- ·tam, white straw hat and carried a straw basket of flowers. Roy Sears of Springdale was jest man. Groomsmen were am Karnes of Springdale, Paul tfahan . of Fayetteville, and shers were Denton Gay and effrey Day, another brother of he bride, Patrick Shinault and Charles Shinault, uncles of the bride. Mrs. Day chose for her daughter's wedding a purple tnit with long sleeves and long skirt. She wore a cymbidium wchid in shades of lavender. ATS. Sherry wore a long dress of blue and white coin dot knit and a cymbidium orchid in shades of pale blue. RECEPTION Guests were served chanv agne and cake from a table :overed with patchwork ging- lam cloths in colors matching the bridesmaids' gowns. Decorating the center of the table was a basket of spring flowers continuing the color theme. Scattered throughout the reception area were small tables covered with matching patchwork cloths and small bouquets of spring flowers. Serving champagne were Mrs. David Wilson and Mrs. Karl Keever while Mrs. Larry McGrew and Mrs. Randy Evan served cake. Miss Norma Getz presided at the guest book and all received corsages of daisies. The bride chose a tailored dress of red Irish linen wit* beige accessories and a bridal corsage of white daisies which complimented her going away costume. After a ihort wedding trip to Eureka Springs, the young couple wiQ spend a week camping in the Oxarks. They will then ba it borne in Spring date. Miss Allison Buckner became the bride of Robert Russert Kraemer at 11 o'clock in the morning Saturday at the First Baptist Church in Pine Bluff. Dr. John McClanahan performed the double ring ceremony. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. «nd Mrs. Howard Lawrence Buckner of Pine Bluff. She graduated from Pine Bluff High School and attended Hendrix College in Conway. She Is presently a senior at the University of Arkansas where »he is majoring in Spanish and French. The bridegroom's parents are Drs. William S. and L o u i s e Russert Kraemer of Fayette- viUe. He is a graduate of Fayetteville High School, also at 1 tended Hendrbt College, and is a senior at the University, majoring in zoology. The sanctuary choir loft was tentered with an arched candelabrum holding white tapers and large arrangements of fresh greenery. On the floor level a »ir of seventeen branched candelabra with white tapers and greenery flanked the wedding party. On either side of the Brass kneeling rail were large pedestals holding urns filled with mixed white summer flowers, accented with red flowers. Family pews were marked with clusters of greenery tied with white satin ribbons and streamers. A program of nuptial music was presented by Kathy Helen Hyatt, organist, and Lee Thornton Francis, soloist, both of Pine Bluff. BRIDAL GOWN Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white silk organza. The wdice and elbow-length sleeves were of Venise lace, and a ruffle of matching lace outlined :he V neckline. Long streamers fell from a double satin bow at the waist to the lace bordered hem and sweep train. Her veil of F r e n c h illusion was s e c u r e d by a came- k* of V e n i s e lace. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace, and she carried a crescent bouquet of gardenias, baby's breath and lily-of-the-valley. Miss Cheryl Lee Carlson of Pine Bluff was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. William Herbert Stringer, Miss Jill Higginbotham, both of Pine Bluff, Mrs. Emmett Carl Golden Jr., of Little Rock, and Miss Lisa Russert Kraemer of Fayetle- ville, sister of the bridegroom. They wore identical floor-length dresses of cotton voile with red bodices and semi-full skirts of white bordered with red em broidered tulips. They each wore a white garden hat with one large red silk tulip on the brim, and carried gathered bouquets of red tulips and greenery. Byron Gregory Petersen of Gainesville. Fla., served as best man. Groomsmen were William K e n n a n Jr.. of Fayetteville David Coy Bogard of Stillwater, Okla., EricRussert Kraemer and Soreo Itusseit Kraemer of c a n d e l a b r u m holding an Leah Tooke of .Texarkana. Tex., the natural waistline. The same arrangement of mixed flowers, Miss Margaret Jan Duke of scalloped lace edging used at baby's breath and a touch_of -- " ' "" -----»···-·· -~*i"'» »" TM~»«" red and white bridegroom's ta arrangement of greenery and Neunherz of Jacksonville, Mrs. Bill O'Barr of Memphis. Tenn., Miss Susan Fox Kennedy of Pine Bluff and Miss Polly Sue Brown, cousin of the bride of grapes trailing over the lip of a footed silver bowl. Distributing rice bags were Members of the house party were Miss Gale Lynne Bur- Brandy Z. Buckner, cousins of roughs of Pine Bluff, who kept the bride, and Scott Gregory the bride's book. Miss Angela Sue Heizman, Miss Robin Ross After a short wedidng t r i p . Rhinehart, both of Little Rock, (he couple will be at home in Miss Loretta Irene Linderman FayetteviUe after June 1. of Borger. Tex., Miss Harriett MRS. ROBERT RUSSERT KRAEMER ... was Miss Allison Buckner before her 11 o'clock Saturday morning wedding in Pine Blujj Miss Debra Diane Sturdivant Will Be Bride In Church Rites Fayetteville, bmUieis of the bridegroom. William Bryan Sumrall of Dallas, cousin of the bride, and Soren Russert Kraemer lighted the candles. RECEPTION HELD After the ceremony, a reception was held at Pine Bluff Country Club. The bride's table wa* centered with a large silver Mr. and Mrs. Bob J. Sturdi-! v a n t of Fayetteville an-' nounce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Debra Diane Sturdivant, to Willard Gene Pattern, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Patton of Malvem. Friends and relatives are Invited to attend the wedding ceremony which will be an event of Saturday, June 1, at Rev. Riy Hassell will perform the rites. United Pentecostal Church. The bread cubes. Pudding Delight Delight your family with a deluxe bread pudding. Add that leftover breakfast roll, a doughnut, a piece M coffee cake and that last piece of cake, frosting and all. if yon want, to the the dress neckline was repeated around the skirt hemline. Her mantilla of sheer iUusion, bordered and accented with matching lace insets, flowed gracefully into a short train. Her only jewelry was a gold locket.- a gift from the bridegroom, and she ., carried a b o u q u e t of white roses, stephanotis, .and blue baby's breath in a shower of blue satin ribbons. Mrs. Freddie Lane of Springfield, Mo. was her sister's honor attendant. She was dressed in a gown of blue checked cotton designed with a square neckline and short puffed sleeves, which were edged in lace. Her three- tiered skirt was gathered with blue grosgrain ribbon edging each tier. Her face was framed in a matching wide-brimmed picture hat which was trimmed in a deeper shade of blue ribbon; She carried a single long- stemmed ivory rose. B r i d e s m a i d s were Miss Barbara Van Pelt of Tulsa, Okla., Miss Ann Burdetle. Miss Cindy Cash, and Miss Tracy Wheeler, niece of the bridegroom, all of Fayetteville. They were identically attired in dresses and hats like that of the honor attendant in t h e colors of ipink, yellow, lavender and green respectively. They also carried long - stemmed ivory roses. Miss Amber Crumpler of Rus- seJlville, d r e s s e d in a blue checked floor-length frock, preceded the bride to the altar and carried roses in a wicker basket. Drew Crumpler o Russellville, dressed in a white suit with a blue tie, carried the wedding rings on a white satin pillow. They are the children of Dr. and Mrs. Joe Crumpler Jr. Jim Bob Wheeler of Fayette ville was h i s brother's bes man. Groomsmen were Larry Patton of Fayetteville, Stephen Whaley and Robert Taylor, both of Little Rock, and Freddi Lane, the bride's brother-in-law from Springfield, Mo. Usher were Dwight Esles of Little Rock. Brian Davis and Michae Thomson of Fayetteville. RECEPTION Mr. and Mrs. Hildbold en [ertained for their daughter an her husband at a reception i the church's Wesley Hall. Guests were greeted by Mr and Mrs. Jim Bob Wheeler who in turn, invited them to sig the bride's book presided ove by Mrs, Stephen Whaley an Mrs. Robert Taylor, both Little Rock. Receiving with the brid couple was their mothers an members of the wedding part; r'or her daughter's weddini Mrs. Hildbold wore a blue kn formal-length dress designe with a V-neckline and full goret skirt. Mrs. Wheeler, the bride groom's mother, was gowned a pink lace formal-length a lernoon dress designed with jewel neckline and long sleeve Her skirt of accordian plea was accented with a matchin belt. Their corsages were whi roses. The bride's table was coverec with an ivory lace and linen imported cloth. An arrangeme of spring blossoms in a footec silver container and lightec blue tapers in Uiree-branchec silver holders formed II c e n t e r p i e c e . Mrs. Jam Wilkins and Mrs. Brad Waddl served the wedding cake. M John C o o p e r , the bride maternal aunt of Indianapolis Ind.. served punch. MRS. RICHARD PAUL WHEELER ... before her marriage Saturday afternoon at Central United Methodist Church, was Miss Janet Lee Hildbotd City Couple Wed n Church Rites Marriage vows were solem- zed for Miss Janet Hannah stes and Roy Nelson Brown 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 25, Central Methodist Church FayetteviUe. Dr. Joel Cooper ficiated. , Parents of the couple are Mr. nd Mrs. Peter G. F,stes and r. and Mrs. Robert T. Brown, 1 of FayetteviUe. Special wedding guests were e bride's grandmother, Mrs. B. Hannah of FayetteviUe nd grandparents of the bride- room, Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. rown and Mrs. N. M. Boyles, 1 of Stillwater, Okla. Large white floral -arrange- ents and candles decorated le altar and Mark Brockman resented a program of tradi- onal organ music. Serving as honor attendants ere Miss Mary Gray and obert Brown, father of the ridegroom. The wedding party Iso included Miss Holly ations of Prairie Grove, niece I the bride, as junior brides- laid, Miss Jane Brockman, liss Kathy Scarbrough. Miss atti Stiles, Miss Marilyn rouch. Miss Beverly Bassetl bridesmaids, Miss Amy Estes. niece of the bride, as flower girl, and Graham Nations, also of Prairie Grove, nephew of the bride, as ring Bearer. G r o o m s T O e n were Vmce Angellelti, John Mack, Bob Crouch, and Peter Estes Jr.. and ushers were Al Brown and Bud Brown, brothers of tna bridegroom. · Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a Victorian style gown of ivory jersey with bodice and bell shaped sleeves of sheer organza and tiers of Alencon lace. The train- length veil of illusion was attached to a Camclot cap of jersey and lace, and she carried bridal bouquet of whits flowers. The bridesmaids and flower lirl wore long dresses of navy Jotted voile with white collars and cuffs and carried nosegays of multi-colored garden Flowers. Mrs. Estes chose for her daughter's wedding a pate blue silk linen dress with matching accessories. Mrs. Brown wore a pink dress and matching accessories. Both wore corsages of orchids. MRS. ROY NELSON BROWN ... }txa Miss Janft Hannah Estes before her marriag* Saturday morning at Central United Methodist Church

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