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Jfortbtwst Arkansas Eunra or MEN ; 4 ﾃつｷ TtMMiay, May 28, 1974 JnMinilllU Postal Clerk Kidnaps For Debt MINNEAPOLIS. M i n n . (AP) -- A 27-year-old former postal clerk says he kidnaped a Waverly, Minn., hank officer be cause he was in debt from investing in silver bullion. "In April the silver market took a quite steep drop and I had to come with additional funds a n d . of course, I was unable to do that," Charles Ward said in an intcrviesv with the Minneapolis Tribune. Ward, who pleaded guilty to the kidnaping of A r d i s G r a h a m vice president oE the Citizen: State Bank of Wavcrly, i: serving a sentence of up to 21 years for the crime. Ward graduated from tin University of Minnesota in 136 with a bachelor's degree in po litical science. work as a postal clerk, and he held the S12,OI)0-a-year job when he was arrested. Mrs. Graham was set free arty Honors Couple Mr. and M r s . Virl Johnson ind Mr. and Mrs. Byron lohnson entertained in Wesley Thursday evening with an old fashioned ice cream and cake party honoring Miss Janei Guinn and Donald Phillips who were married May 24. Family, friends and members of the wedding party arrive* a f t e r the wedding rehearsal anc were served cream, angel home-made food cake Ho then went" l o j f r u i t 6 low P unc;n trom a la when her husband, Daniel, president of the bank, paid a insom of $50.000. The money as later recovered. "It just seemed like the only way 1 could think of to get that kind of money in a short period ol time. I knew very well I probably would get caught. But I figured my situation was desperate and so I'd have to try it anyhow. I wasn't naive about the risks," Ward said. "Taking Mrs. Graham was convenient -- nothing personal. She was the only one who came to mind." he ad'ded. Ward said he had hoped to return the ransom money eventually. "Mavbc this sounds like corn, but I eventually hoped to make enough money that I could re- urn the $50.000. I had nojdea of trying to become stealing." .bl covered in lace and appoints with stiver. Spring flowers an candles in the bride-elect' chosen colors, blue and yellow adorned the serving are. Assisting were Mrs. L. W McKinney a n d M i s s Luann McKinney of Huntsvillc. Special guests were Mr. an Mrs. C. L. Guinn of Goshen parents of the bride-elect, an Mr. and Mrs. Floyd L. Phillip of Clifty, parents of the pros Beta Sigma Phi Ends Its Season Members o[ Gamma Xi Chap- ir of Beta Sigma Phi held the ast meeting of the year last eek in the home of Mrs. anelle Haney. Mrs. Haney, ew president, conducted the msiness meeting when new ﾃつｷ o m m i t t c e chairmen were announced. Mrs. Kathy Logue, ﾃつｷearbook chairman, discussed plans' for the chapter's year looks to be made this summer .nd distributed at the first nceting next fall. Mrs. Jena Bertus, social chairman, spoke of plans for a patio party in June at the home of Mrs Haney. Special charm awards for th best program of the year wen given to Mrs. Becky Archer an Mrs, Linda Johnson for ﾃつｷ thei program on travel. Highlight o the program was color slide of Turkey. Perfect attendanc charms were awarded to Mrs Johnson and Mrs.' Neila Gi" breath. Secret sisters ware reveale and gifts exchanged. Refreshments o f froze mocha almond pie, assorted nuts and Cokes were served Button, Button, Who Has It? ear Helolse I think I have hit upon the African Violet Club Has Regular Session Green Thumb African Violet Dlub met in the home of Mrs. ﾃつｷaul Logue last week. Guests or the evening were Mrs. Jertha Laccy and Mrs. Carol teeves. Mrs. Robert Logan, president, opened with the Lord's Prayer. Devotions were given by members taken from the sec ion of "Joy" from the book 'Apples of Gold." Corres xmdence from , the African Violet Society of America, Inc. was read relating to the blu ribbon won and the score shee sent for the 1974 yearbook entered at the National con vention for judging. Mrs Charles Allen and Mrs. Morri M a x w e l l presented t h p r o g r a m , "potting, mixes soiless versus soil." Mrs. Franl Doss won the mystery package The next meeting will be helc in the home of Mrs. Charle Stewart with Mrs. R. L. Stew art as co-hostess. The date m be June 21. and the prograrr will be slides from the library o the African Violet Society o America, Inc.. on the subjec "tender loving care for minia t u r e s " best idea yet to remind me to .would snag them. 'repair ripped seams, zippers, | So I put on a pair of glowi- oose buttons, or whatever. ;before I put on Ue hoM I have some pink plastic j worked perfectly. saar\ npa r rhp Paml lothesplns that 1 keep near the roning board. When ironing, nd I find some-thin? in need r repair, I just taster a pink lothespin to the hanger on ﾃつｷhich I hang the item. That vay it does not go into the loset until It is mended. Grace Olson Dear Heloist: The other day I had a ragged ingemail and could not find my nail file before I put on my pantyhose. I thought, there goes another pair -- I just knew 1 Carole V. Dear Heloise: : My cat was old and sick and: had an accident on my wall-to-.' wall carpeting. 1 towel-dried ﾃつｷ what 1 could. I put kitty Utter;; on the wet spot and an h o u r : later vacuumed it up. and re-- peated the process. The third, time I applied kitty Utter. I left it on over night and t h e . next morning when I vacuumed; here was no ring and no smell. Helen Andre Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Nuttleman of Rogers, a daughter, May 24. Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Bright of Fayetteville. May 24. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. . . . Watkins of Fayetteville, a son, niiMiiiuiitunwiiiniiiiiiii of Springdalc, a son, May 24. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gay of Springdale, a son, May 24. Mr and Mrs. Stanley D. Hardeson of Fayetteville, a son, May 24. Mr. and Mrs. Randy L. Stout of Fayetteville, a son, May 24. Mr and Mrs .Duane E. Baker of West Fork, a son, May 25. May 24. Mr. and Mrs, David L. Starkey of Springdale, a son, May 24. Mr. and Mrs. Gary D. Haney Mr, and Barker of Mrs. James E. Fayetteville. a daughter, May 26. Mr and Mrs. Ernest E. Taylor of Farmington, a daughter, May 26. MRS. TERRY HUGH STREETER . . .uras Miss Lynda Kathryn Ferguson before her marriage on May 16 Miss Ferguson Is Bride In Double Ring Ceremony rich by St. Paul's Episcopal Church | was the scene tor tne wending o I Miss Lynda Kathryn Ferguson, daughter of Mrs. Lynn Ferguson a n d t h e l a t e Mr. Ferguson, and Terry Hugh Streeter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hugh Streeter of San Antonio, Tex., on Thursday evening. May 16. The Rev. Edward L. Salmon officiated at the double ring ceremony and M r s . Homer C r o w , organist. provided traditional wedding music. Vows were exchanged before the allar holding brass vases filled with garden bouquets of spring flowers flanked by seven-branched candelabra with bowl, assisted by Mrs. Carl abbard and Mrs. Olin Wages, aunt of the bride. Miss Tracy Streeter, sister of the bride groom, and James DeRossitt IV, nephew of the bride, distributed rice bags. Following a wedding trip to New Orleans, Mr. and Mrs. Streeler Austin. be at Tex., where majoring home both are Business A d m i n i s t r a t i o n a t t h e University of Texas. Mr. and Mrs, Streeter entertained with a rehearsal d i n n e r at the Holiday Inn in Fayelte- vllle fo rl h e i r son and the wedding party on Wednesday Cub Scouts Hold Dinner The annual blue and gold banquet was held last week at Butterfield Trail School for Cub Scout Pack 190. Wayne Wilhrow, outgoing cuhmaslcr presented awards to Patrick McBriarly. John Cox. Mitchell, Nanin Kalambi, Gieg Mrs Raymond Mitchell, I) wight Riley. 'Chris Bell, Jimmie Barnes and Mrs. Jean Barnes, one year service stars; Craig Withrow. John Slam- mons. Cody Grammar, bear badges; John Slammons also received a two year service star; Bruce McCain, wolf badge and gold arrow point and Mrs. Jan Riley. five year service star. The new committee elected !o head activities next James Rohrbach, cubmaster; Mrs Riley. den leader coach; Sandra Dominick. secretary: Martha Barton, treasurer; Kalambie committee chairman; Wesley Sonc. a w a r d s chairman; Donald Baer. program chair- Danna Bell, publicity; lichted lanors n ﾃつｫ Drior to 8 The bride escorted to the Thursday wedding, a i l n r by her brother-in-law, James DeRossitt III of Little Rock, wore a traditional gown of white silk organza, designed with a mandarin neckline and bishop sleeves. Trw A-line skirt fell from a fitted bodice accentuated by Chantilly lace which formed a yoke in back and a wide panel down the front. Her elbow-length veil was of illusion bordered in lace and she carried a nosegay of spring flowers. Mrs. James DeRossitt III served tier sister as matron of honor. Her yellow gown of silk organza was fashioned the same lines as the bride's dress. She wore a headpiece of organza petals and flowers and carried a nosegay of daisies and yellow iris. Thomas H. Streeter. father of the bridegroom, served as best man. and Robert Chapmos and Maurice McPhail were ushers. Miss Pat Lafferty attended the guest book. Following the ceremony, guests were greeted by the wedding party at a reception in the Parish Hall. The three- tic-red wedding cake was server by Miss Cathy Ball. Mrs. Terri Shofner presided at the punch man; Mrs. bach Riley. Mrs. Nidra Rohr- and Mrs. Barnes, den mothers. Entertainment was provided, following the dinner by Spring Creek Symphony. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB Extension Homemaker Club; will meet according t o t h e following schedule Pune 3-o. 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