Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on May 26, 1974 · Page 12
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 12

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, May 26, 1974
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N*rthw**t Arkamot T1MB, Sun., May It, 1974 MRS. DONALD RAY PHILLIPS ... was Miss Janet Sue Gtttnn before her Friday evening wedding at Goshen Church oj the Nazarene To Marry In June Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hunt of Springdale announce the engagement of their daughter, Jane, to Wayne Garrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Garrison of Fayetteville. She is ( h e granddaughter of Mrs. J. J. nehusk of Heber Springs and the late Mr. Debusk and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hunt. The prospective bridegroom's grandparents are Mrs. Earnest Wilson and the late Mr. Wilson and Mrs. W. E. Garrison and the late Mr. Garrison of Fayetteville. The bride- elect will be a Junior l t b e University of Arkansas in the fall majoring in Elementary Education. She is a member ot Pi Beta Phi sorority, Chimes and Angel Flight. Her fiance, also a junior at the University, Is majoring in Economics. His fraternity In Phi Delta Theia. The wedding will be on July 27 at University Baptist Church in Fay- ftieville followed by a reception at the home of the bride's parents. Couple Wed In Ceremony Goshen Church of the Naza- lenc was the setting for the wedding of Miss Janet Sue Guinn and Donald Ray Phillips at 7:30 o'clock Friday evening. The Rev. Danny Phillips, brother of the bridegroom, performed the double ring cere mony. The bride Is the daughter o Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Guinn of Goshen and the bridegroom the son ,of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Phillips of Clifty. Branched candelabra twined with greenery and flowers adorned the altar cen tered with a family Bible which was signed by the couple immediately following the rites Baskets of white gladioli and blue and yellow daisies were placed on each side. Mrs. Omer Guinn. aunt of th 1 bride, was organist, and Mrs Jerry Martens sang "The Twelfth of Never." and "Each for the Other." Miss Kassi Kerr and Mis Laurie Phillips, sister of lh bridegroom, lighted the candles Given in marriage by he father, the bride wore a gowi of peau de soie overlaid with silk organza fashioned with a fitted bodice and lantern sleeves. The A-linc s k i r t had full gathers in the back forming a cathedral-length train. Ap pliques of Chanti lace accentec the bodice and train. Her four tiered illusion veil was securer lo a beaded headpiece wit braid, and she carried a cas ade bouquet of yellow rose nd ivy centered with an or hid. ATTENDANTS Miss Carol Guinn. sister he bride, was maid of honor tfrs. Susan Guinn, her sister-in aw, was matron of honor, an 'ridesmaids were Miss Eur Guinn and Miss Beverly Cu well, her cousins. They w o r white embroidered organz over taffeta, the Misses Guin over blue and Mrs. Guinn an Miss Gulwell over yellow, de signed with high empor i o d i c e s and long fu' leeves with a scooped nccklim 'hey wore picture hats an arried colonial nosegays daisies. Miss Logan K e r r was flowe girl. Carroll Jennins was bcs man, and the bridegroom brothers, David and Darre 'hillips, and Eddie Guinn jrolher of the bride, wer groomsmen. Ushers were Chr 3uinn and Phillip Johnso cousins of the bride, and Da Cotfman. Ken Guinn and Barr Guinn, also cousins of the brie were ring bearers. Mrs. Guinn c l . i o s c ' a floo length gown of pink wi matching jacket and acce sories. Mrs. Phillips wore i!ue gown with matching a cessories. Both wore corsagi of orchids. RECEPTION A reception followed on th lawn at the home of the bride aarents. The refreshment tab was covered with a blue taffe' cloth caught with sugar crestf wedding bells tied with brid satin. Silver candle holde nolding tapers and the bride bouquet and the bouaucls of ' attendants formed the cente piece. Serving were Mrs. Dian Orrick, Mrs. Beverly Smith an Mrs. Pam Nickle. Fulh assisting were Mrs. Kntheri Johnson and Mrs. Thelma C well, aunts of the bride, an Mrs. Suzanne Kerr. Miss Car Phillins, sister nr the brid groom, and Miss Carol Parsons kept the auest bonk. When the couple left [or wedding trio, the bride w wearing a blue and white pa suit with matchine accessori and pinned the orchid from h bouquet at her shoulder. The bride graduated fro Fayetteville H'tfh School an received her B.A. degree Public Administration from t University of Arkansas whe she was a member of Zeta T? Alpha sorority. The bridegrop irraduated from Huntsvil'e Hit School and attended Petit Je Vocational Technical Sch""'. I Is presently employed in Roge where the couple will rria! their home. t j Engagement Told ! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Storm of ; North Little Rock announce '. t b e engagement and ap- ; preaching marriage of her ·daughter, Martha Leslie Goss, '· also daughter of the l a t e : Robert Wheat Goss of North I Little Rock, lo Dale C. Garri. MB, son ot Mr. and Mrs. Joe ; Garrison of Fayetteville. · Grandparents of the bride- 'elect an Mr. and Mrs. R. C. '. Maynard of Little Rack, and .the prospective bridegroom's ; grandparents are Mrs. Ear- :«e*t Wilson and the late Mr. WlUon and Mrs. W. E. Garri- M Md the late Mr. Gam- ·M, ef FayetfcvUte. Mbu Goss Is a sophomore at the University of Arkansas where she Is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, Angel Flight and Youth Staff at University Baptist Church. Her fiance, a former University student, where he majored u Agricultural .Mechanism, is a self-employed rancher in Anderson, Mo. He was active IB Campos Cnsade for Christ and served as a clnb leader in Young Life Fellowship. The couple is planning an August 24 wedding at First United Methodist Church in N o r t h Little Rock. Plans Morning Wedding Mrs. James Carnahan of Prairie Grove announces the engagement of her daughter, Catherine, to Langdon Burdette Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Langdon Taylor, also of Prairie Grove. The bride-elect is a graduate of Prairie Grove High School and is now a sophomore at the University of Arkansas majoring in Home Economics. The prospective bridegroom, also a graduate of Prairie G r o v e High School, is now a junior at the University majoring in Architecture. The wedding will he an event of 10 o'clock in the morning Saturday, June 8, at the Taylor residence. Dinner Party After Rehearsal Mrs. Garland Wheeler Mr. and Mrs. Jim Boh Wheel entertained with a dinner par honoring son and brothi Richard Paul Wheeler, and h fiancee Miss Janet Hildbo 1 Friday night. The Terra Room at the Holiday Inn the party scene. White baskets filled wi spring flowers and decorated with ribbons that coordinated with the bridesmaids dresses were placed the length of the tables where 35 guests were served. Special guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hilbold, parents of the bride-to-be. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Steve Whaley, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Taylor and Dwight Estes of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Lane of Springfield, Mo.. Dr. and Mrs. Joe Grumpier Jr., and children. Amber and Drew, of Russellville, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cooper of Indianapolis. Ind.. and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hildbold of Fort Recovery, Ohio. Other guests were members of the wedding party. The prospective bridegroom chose this occasion to present gifts to his best man, groomsmen and ushers. Couple Honored With Patio Party And Shower The patio and garden was the etting for a pre-nuplial shower onoring Miss Lucy Miller and apt. John Braden when. Mr. nd Mrs. James Glcason and Ir. and Mrs, Frank Lee enter- aincd in their honor at the Lee esidence on Sunset Drive. Guests were received between ho hours of 7 and 9 p.m. 'uesday, May 21. Brass candelabra holding iraduated ivory tapers ccnterec he serving table in the dining oom. A mass arrangement ol magnolia blossoms and foliage i a large brass bowl was ilaccd at one end of the table ipnosite the crystal punch ser- r ice. Other appointments were cut-glass arid brass. Mrs. John Keesee and Mrs. W. E. Banks resided at the punch bowl. Guests gathered on the patio vhere gifts were opened and displayed. Special guests were he bride-elect's chosen attend ant. Miss Susan Hwong of Tai van, Republic China, Mrs. W F. Miller, grandmother of t h e bride-to-be, and her parents Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller. Miss Alexander Is To Marry SILOAM SPRINGS Mr. an. Mrs. Virgil Alexander have an lounced the engagement ;heir daughter, Susan Diane, t Larry Edward Larmon, son o Mr. and Mrs. Jim Penland o Siloam Springs. M i s s Alexander, w h f raduatcd from the Siloam prings High School, has just completed her freshman year at the University of Arkansas. Her fiance graduated from Colcord, Okla., High School in 1968. He has just completed his junior year at Northeastern Oklahoma State University at Tahlequah, Okla., where he is majoring in Sociology. The wedding has been S lanned for July 12 in the nited Methodist Church in Siloam Springs. This'n That About Town ^^ By MARY ALICE PEARSON May, the month that brings flowers Is also bringing many weddings and all the attending festivities. Last week mer» were many beautiful weddings and brides and June promis- cs lo bring us more. Few occasions are as unabashedly sentimental and the central message is love. Janet Estes. who became the bride of Roy Brown yesterday morning, was honored wilh a round ol prc-nuptial parties including a luncheon . and s h o w e r given by Louise Brooks and Dorothy Young. Judy Wiley, Karl Johnson and Libhy Grobmeyer had anotSer shower and luncheon; Marynn Bassett and daughter, Beverly, who was one of Janet's bridesmaids, entertained with a kitchen shower; her sister- in-law. Patty Esles, Patty's mother. Joan Pettit of Springfield, Mo., and her sister, Nancy Estes Nations of Prairie Grove, had the bridesmaids luncheon at Patty's home; Peg Lupton. Madeline Williams and Mary Carolyn Pendleton entertained wilh a luncheon and rice bag party, and Roy's parents, the Bob Brown's had the rehearsal dinner at their home on East Ridgeway Friday night, · Katherine and Joe Westnedge announce the birth of their second daughter. Nancy Alene, on May 22. Grandparents are the Ernest H. Hodges of Fayetleville and Alene Westnedg* of Marquette. Mich. Sagely Ann is the name chosen by the George Faucetf* Jrs. for their new daughter, who was born May 1 in Oakland. Calif. Jessie and George Faucette of Fayetteville are t h * proud grandparents. Dee McLucas is home -- came in Wednesday -- »fter a visit in Nashville, Tenn., her former home, with her sister. A host of friends will miss Dottie and Wes Gee who art moving to Bella Vista within the next few days. Washington County Panhellenic Association is having an Onnn'r rf^ P ''"^' a ^ 1:3 ° P' 1 "' T " e sday at Fayetteville Country Club and invites all Northwest Arkansas H i g h School seniors and their mothers to come The purpose of the party is to acquaint girls with Greek We on college campuses. Information on sororities will b» displayed and all questions answered. Josephine Melton has returned from Chidester, her old home, where she visited her sisters. Miss Sarah McGill and Mrs. Alvin Cole, and brothers Walter and Minto McGill. Miss Sarah McGill came home with her for a visit here. Doris Wigglesworth and her art students, Estella Reed, Anita Ijar. Eugenia Seay. Frances Kerling, ! Kay Brumfield. Nadine McKinney and Charles Burks with Mrs. Burks, on a tour about town last week, visited Patricia Hoffman, professional restorer .of paintings and frames for museums and private collectors and saw her art collection; Phoebe Perkins, who has a large collection of traditional art, and served them refreshments; and Kathcrine Riddick. whose modern house of stone and glass, was a perfect setting for her surrealistic and abstract Mexican paintings; and back to Doris* home where they saw her collection of her own works and of outstanding Arkansas artists, and had ice cream sodas on the patio. On Wednesday, Ladies Day at Fayetteville Country Club. Frances Butt made her first hole in one. Playing golf with Rebecca Hudson and Helen Virginia Young, she used a nine. iron on No. 17 to accomplish this feat. , Laney Higgins, Mary Schlegel, Ellen Smith, Bettie Thomas, Jacky Douglas, Dorian Tuck, and Frances played at Prairie Creek Country Club in Rogers Thursday. Laney won second place in the second flight and Mary low putts m the second flight. . JCPfenney Miss Gray Engaged Dr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Gray, Route 8, Fayetteville, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Patricia Louise, to Randall Wayne Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. C h a r l i e Campbell of Route 2, W e s t Fork. The hride-elect is a 1974 graduate of Greenland High School and is employed for secretarial training in Fayetteville. The prospective bridegroom is a 1973 graduate of West Fork High School and is also employed in Fay- eticville. ·IDIIIIIDH^^ Daily Calendar of Events Today Ml. Comfort Memorial Service, Mt. Comfort Church, 2 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Building 3, VA Hospital, 2 till 4 p.m. Greenland Elemeniary School Open House, School, 2 till 4 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio t» Hectnxrfc* 530 N, CoUtg* For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG C E. 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