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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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JJortfrtnest rfemtsftg FAtTTTCVIUJ, ARKANSAS, SUNDAY, JUNE 2, 1974 SECTION B Gilbert - Justiss Marriage Is Evening Event In a double ring ceremony at 7 o'clock in the evening on : Saturday, May 25, Miss Donna Key Justiss became the bride .of Edward Clark Gilbert Jr. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Willard B. Justiss of · Bolingbrook, Ind,, and Mr. and '-Mrs. Edward Clark Gilbert Sr., Route 6, Fayetteville. ' The Rev. B. H. Stringer of · Hattiesburg, Miss., performed the rites at Grace Baptist Church in El Dorado. Mrs. Brenda Powers of El Dorado, organist, presented a program which included "Love Theme" from Romeo and Juliet,-"Sunrise, Sunset," "The "Twelfth ot Never." and "Somewhere, My Love." She accompanied Mrs. Ginger Gilbert of North Little Rock who sang 'We've Onty Just Begun," and "The Lord's Prayer." Presented in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal gnwn of Chantilly lace designed with an empire waistline, flared skirt and long sleeves. Ruffles of the lace created the collar, cuffs and encircled the bottom of the skirt. Her chapel-length train was in tiers of lace ruffles. Her layered veil of silk illusion was held by a tulle " headress centered with a .satin bow trimmed with white daisies . with yellow centers, arid she carried an Edwardian bouquel of silk flowers, roses, daisies yellow acacia, lily ot the valley with Couple Pledge Vows verbena and gysophilia white lace streamers. Mrs. Carolyn Johnson ol Memphis, Tenn., was maid of honor, and Mrs. Larry Home of Clarksville and Miss Marcia Vlullins of Fayetteville were Bridesmaids. They wore floor- ength gowns of brown dotted Swiss accented by white midriffs and cuffs, ruffles at the neckline and a gathered flounce at the bottom of their skirts, lats with brown dotted Swiss They wore wide brimmed white ribbon trim and carried Chestnut fireside baskets filled with gypsophilia. silk daisies, acacia and dried Jon Kell of Little Rock served s best man and groomsmen and ushers were Mack Lester Jr. of Lewisville, Bob Culbertson of Taylor and Don Justiss of Fayetteville. Don Justiss and Mack Lester Jr., also lighted the candles. Mrs. Justiss wore a long coral crepe dress with white accessories and Mrs. Gilberl chose a long blue crepe dress with white a c c e s s o r i e s . A , reception followed in Fellowship Hall at the church. Following a wedding trip to Dallas, Tex., the couple will live in Fayetteville. The bride teaches business at St. Paul High School and the bridegroom is a student at the University of Arkansas. MRS. EDWARD CLARK GILBERT JR. ... teas Afiss Donna Kaye Jvstiss before her marriage at Grace Baptist Church in El Dorado on May 25. To Marry In August Dr. **i Mrs. Rtdaey R. Ryu uMnte Ihe eafagemeBt aad appracUag marriage of their dnchter, KawHee Jane, te Darrd Lamar EdnmMn, sm «f Mr. awl Mrs. James L. EdoM««i, aU *f Fajettertlle. The timflt ar fIJTJ jrrwrutrs Tha (.(Hirft are U7Z fradwtn aari an nrremUr atteadlag Ik* (Mvcnkty «f ' " Ike brMe-elect wUI graduate ia December wtta aa A»*eiate Decree hi Narstag and lac prospective bride- fntm will be a Jaator major- its hi physical education. The weMtag witl be » evert »f i:M p.m. SalBrday, Aagnt 17, «t the First Baptist Ckarch · Fayettevilte. On Sunday, May 26. at J:30 o'clock in the afternoon, Miss Carol Ann Guinn became the bride of Douglas Duane Clark at Goshen Church of the Nazarene. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Guinn of Goshen and Col. (Ret.) James H. Clark and Mrs. Clark ot Colorado Springs, Colo. The Rev. Donald Heed, pastor of the church officiated at the double ring ceremony. Seven branched candelabra was placed on either s i d e of the kneeling bench and the wedding party was flanked by baskets of mixed spring flowers on pedestals. Mrs. Omer Guinn, aunt of the bride, was organist and Miss F.uva Guinn, her cousin, was soloist. She sang "One Hand. One Heart," and "The Lord's Prayer." BRIDAL GOWN Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white polyester with a fitted bodice and square neckline. The gored skirt had hack gathers forming a self train, and tfie r ull sleeves were closed with tiny covered buttons on the wide cuffs. Rows of braid and lace trimmed the neckline, waistline; sleeves and train. She wore a wide brimmed hat of silk organza to which her veil of illusion was attached, falling the length of the train. Mrs. Janet Guinn Phillips was ler sister's matron of honor and wore a dress of hot pink with white polka dots styled with a scooped neckline and short puffed sleeves. The full skirt was gathered on a raised waistline. She carried a wicker basket of mixed spring flowers and a single daisy adorned her bair. ATTENDANTS Bridesmaids were Mrs. Susan G i] i n n, sister-in-law of the bride, and Mrs. Joyce Bowerman, her cousin. Miss Katherine Kerr was junior bridesmaid. They fcere dressed like the matron of honor and carried the same flowers. Flower girls were Misses Logan Kerr and Nicki Burnett of Little Rock. Bruce Clark served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Kent Clark, another brother, and Michael Ferrerson. Cancllelighters and ushers were Eddie Guinn, brother of the bride, and Don Phillips, her brother-in-law. Michael Burnett of Little Rock was ring hearer Mrs. Guinn chose for her daughter's wedding a floor- length green dress with white accessories, and Mrs. Clark wore a long pink floral print dress and white accessories. Both wore corsages of white roses. RECEPTION A reception followed in the church fellowship hall where g u e s t s were greeted by members of the wedding party. The bride's table was covered in pink taffeta and the centerpiece was the matron of honor's Tiisket of spring flowers flanked iy four crystal candleholders. Serving the seven-tiered wed ding cake were Mrs. Diane Johnson, Mrs. Sona Giu'nn anc Mrs. Marilyn Guinn, cousins ol the bride. Serving punch were Mrs. Elizabeth Watson and Mrs. L i n d a Watson, also cousins of the b r i d e . Mrs Beverly Culwell was in charge of the guest book. When the couple left on ,, short wedding trip, the bride was wearing a light blue knit suit. Pinned at her shoulder was a corsage of roses from her bridal bouquet. in Little Rock.*' * f Mrs. Carter Is Shower Honoree Mrs. Debra Carter, the for mer Miss Dcbra Edgin, wa honored with a bridal showe recently in the home of Mrs .,ecil Drake. Hostesses wen her aunts, Mrs. Cecil Drake an Mrs. Willis Drake, For the occasion, Mrs. Carte and her mother, Mrs. Fannie i-dgin. chose pale blue panLsuit and received white garden! corsages tied with blue am white ribbons. Refreshments were served from a table covered with lac over blue and centered with a arrangement of blue and whit daisies in an antique urn flanked by white candles enci cled with blue and while da sies, carrying out the bride chosen colors. Punch, cake cookies, mints and nuts wer served. Mrs. Carter was assisted in opening gifts by Miss DeAr Drake. Out-of-town guests were Mr* Pauline Grigsby. the honoree' aunt, and her cousins, Dehbi and Gail Grigsby of Joplin, Mo and Mrs, Flos sit Samraoru Lowell. MRS. DOUGLAS DUANE CLARK ... was Miss Carol Ann Guinn before her marriage at Goshen Church of the. Nazarene Miss Hutson Engaged The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Connie Rath Hutson to William Paul Dixon is being made known hy her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Denver B. Hnt- son of Fayetteville. Her liance is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dillard, also of Fay- etleville. Miss Hotson is a graduate of (he College of Education at the University of Arkansas and is employed by the University and t h e prospective bridegroom is student at the University and Is also employed in Fayetteville. The couple will change marriage vows Saturday, August 31, at Central United Methodist Church Engagement Told Dr. aid Mrs. Lee Bryan Parker Jr., of Fayetterille aaaomce (be engagement of their daigliter, I-bby, to Diwg Beecher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray L. Beechrr Jr., of Rogers. Miss Parker, a grade- ate of FarettcTtlk H i g h School aa* attewM the Uit- «r»lty ·{ Arkaasa* f*r t w « years. The prospective bride groom gra dual ed from Roger High School and wil] he a se nior at Ihe University of Ar kansas. The marriage wi lake place at 7 pjn. on Fri day, Angus! 23, at Rollin Hill* Baptist Couth la. Fa Miss Andrews Is Bride In University Baptist Church The sanctuary of University aptist Church was the setting r the 2 o'clock afternoon edding of Miss Rebecca Diane ndrews and Edward Wayne edosky, Saturday, June 1. Parents of the couple are Dr. d Mrs. David Andrews and ·Mch and Mrs. Edward John edosky, all of Fayetteville. The double ring ceremony as performed by the Rev. H. McCarty. Vows were exchanged before altar bench flanked on either de by nine-branched candela- a. Baskets containing white adioli, yellow pom-pom daises, blue shasta daisies a n d aby's breath completed the de- jrations. A large white unity andle was placed beside the tuple and the ceremony closed ith them lighting the candte nd presenting yellow roses to eir mothers. Mrs. Bob Gaddy, organist, ayed a program of nuptial lusic. Soloists were Miss eanie McKinney ,who s a n g , Throught It All," and Mark "right singing "The New 23rd salm." They joined in singing If My People Will Pray" jlowing the vows. The bride, escorted to the al- ar by her father, wore a gown her own design. The Victorin design of peau de soie with !i overlay of white chiffon, eatured an empire waistline ccented with wide cluny lace mbellished with clusters of ti- y yellow flowers. The A-line iirt extended to deep chiffon ·uffles encircled with w i d e luny lace. Her finger-tip veil T bridal illusion was secured 'ith a camelot cap trimmed i seed pearls, and she carried cascade bouquet of daisies ccented with baby's breath. Miss Susan Fedosky, sister of he bridegroom, served the ride as her maid of honor, 'ridesmaids were Miss Kim edosky, another sister, Miss lancy .lesser, Miss Ann Schae- ;r, Miss Beverly Staggs, all f Fayetteville and Miss Lila iaker of Little Rock. They wore dentical dresses of yellow hccked gingham styled similar the bride's gown. Matching ellow gingham head pieces and 'hite gloves completed their nsemhles. Each carried a bou- uet of 1 white daisies trimmed ith blue checked gingham rib- wm. The bridegroom's father was is son's best man. Groomsmen were Mark Brown .Scott Fedo- ky, the bridegroom's brother, Ken Furst, Charles Ts'hurst, all if Fayetteville and Bart .lacMillan of Garden City, Kan. "uests were seated by Robert lupp and Nathan McKinney. Lighting candte* were Michael Andrews, brother of the iride, anrl Keane Fedosky, Brother of the bridegroom. Loren Shacketford was ring bearer nd Kathy Reed of Siloam .prings was flower girl. Her ;own was yellow checked ging- lam styled like the bridesmaids and she carried a basket of 'hite daisies. Mrs. Andrews chose a floor-- ength apricot gown of poly- iter crepe and white accessor- es. A corsage of white daisies was pinned at her shoulder. Mrs. Fedosky wore a long mint *reen dress of crepe. White accessories accented her ensem- le and she wore a corsage of vhite daisies. A reception was held in the :hurch fellowship hall immed- ately following the ceremony. Miss Dnnna Cole, attired in blue checked gingham, presided at he guest book. Refreshments were served ropi a table from at table of vhite damask with an overlay 'eaturing a white ruffled skirt. The centerpiece was a brass candlestick containing white tapers draped with white daisies. Yellow bridal punch and a three tiered wedding c a k e was served. Miss Doris Goff, wearing a dress of blue checked gingham, served punch, and Mrs. Leonard Anderson of Albin, Wyo., aunt of the bride, in a yellow checked dress, carrying out the theme of yellow and blue, served cake. Distributing rice bags of gingham were Miss Kimberly Reed of Siloam Springs and Miss Sonia Shackelford of Fayetteville. Their long blue checked gingham gowns matched those assisting with the serving. The bride chose for her wedding trip a smocked, lavender gingham sundress with match ng jacket. She wore a white daisy corsage lifted from her bridal bouquet. The couple will make their home in Fayetteville where both will attend the University of Arkansas. Among the out-of-town guests were the grandparents of the couple, Mrs. G r a v e t t e Ernest Roper of maternal grandmother and Mrs. M. W" Andrews of Rogers, paternal grandmother of the bride; and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Eubanks of Garden City. Kan., maternal grandparents, and Mrs. Edward Fedosky of Calumet City. IH., paternal grandmother of the bridegoom. MRS. EDWARD WAYNE FEDOSKY ... before her marriage Saturday afternoon was Miss Rebecca Diane Andrews Plans Completed By Sorority For State Convention Member of Fayettevillc's chapters of Beta Sigma Phi lave completed plans for the state Beta Sigma Phi convention to be held here on Friday afternoon, S a t u r d a y and Sunday morning June 14-15-16. The convention theme "Stairway to Stardom" honors members who have give unselfishly of limo and talents. Mrs. Robert Patrick, chairman of the convention, Mrs. John Galloway and Mrs. Doy Zackry. Jr. cochairmen, said registration will begin at 3 p.m. in the Holiday Inn. Also, convention committee chairmen, who have spent the past year preparing for the convention include: R e g i s t r a t i o n -- Mrs. Pat Tobin and Mrs. Bert Stafford; m a i l i n g : Mrs. John Eichler; hospitality; Mrs Kay Chappell and Mrs. Ab Bidwoll; programs: Mrs. Exino Page; publicity; Mrs. Farrcll Conner; door prizes: Mrs. Robcrl O'Connell and Mrs. John Mea son; girl of the year; Mrs. Ed Smith: scrapnook and year- hook; Mrs. Cathy Hale; forum and ritual: Mrs. Tobin and Mrs William Waite: ditty bags anr favors; Mrs. James Stowo ant Mrs, James Cramer; Friday n i g h t entertainment; M r s Meason; Saturday luncheon an( style shoe: Mrs. Bill Jones ant Mrs. Scth Young; Saturday dinner; Mrs. Tyron C. f^uvis and Mrs. Bill Bcpuette; soda hour and dance; Mrs. KriMie Howard and Mrs. Hale; Stmila; brunch; Miss Margaret McNut and Mrs. Mary F.llen Carruth. Mrs. Arnold Flottman 1* con vention treasurer. Wilson-Shelton Vows Exchanged In a quiet ceremony before amily and close friends at 5 ·'clock in the afternoon on Tuesday, May 28, Miss Rhea ,ouise Shelton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Eugene Shelton of Fayetteville. became the bride of Douglas Linn Wilson of Rogers. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Vail Wilson Jr., also of Fayetteville. The Rev. John E. Shoemaker of Russell ville, formerly of ?'ayetlevi!le, performed the ceremony at St. Paul's Epsi- copal Church before the altar decorated with brass vases i old ing wh itc roses. Dexter ilrown. son of Dr. and Mrs. John Brown, was acolyte. Mrs. Homer Crow, organist played a program of traditional wedding music. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a street- cndress of candlelight chiffon over silk. H featured butter-fly sleeves and a fitted waistline encircled by a satin ribbon. She wore a picture hat and carried i bouquet of white roses and tephanotis. Mrs. Henry Augustus Allen I I I of Flazen served as her sister's matron of honor. Miss Marcia Ann Shelton of Boulder, Colo., was her sister's maid ol honor. They wore slreet-lengtl' dressed of lime green crepe and lime green maline picture hats and carried bouquets of mixed spring flowers. John Ctay Wilson of Sikeston Mo. was his brother's best man and another brother, David Foster Wilson of Fayelleville was groomsman. Ushers were George Ellis Shelton. brother ol [he bride, and Henry Augustus Allen H of Hazen. "brother-in- law of the bride. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Shelton wore a street 1 en gth dress of sea foam crepe and a corsage of gardenias. Following the ceremony, a re cenlion was held in the home of the bride's parents. The bride's (able was covered with a Brussels linen cloth encircled with Rattenberg lace. The tier ed wedding cake was encirclec with spring flowers and Ihe centerpiece featured the bride's bouquet and the attendant's bouquets. Floral arrangements were noted throughout the home and palio area. The guest book was attended by Mrs, George Ellis Shelton sfster-in-law of the bride. She wore a corsage of gardenias. Further ftssisting at the re ception were Mrs. William A Sto rey, Mrs. Huland Nation s folding were co-hostesses for Prewitt and Misj a honeymoon trip. VIrs. Claud ill Storey. Following he couple will be at home in Rogers where the bridegroom s a partner in the law firm, jf Adams and Wilson. Miss Furst Is Honored With Bridal Party Miss Linda f'nrat, bride-elecf if Casey Adams of Arlington, Va.. was honored with a coffee alurday_ morning at the home illen. Mrs. Troy if Mrs. Roy B. All londricks and Mrs. James he event. Corsages of white and turquoise carnations tied with pnr- ile and pink ribbons were given Miss Furst and her mother, Mrs. Edward Fursl. Sandwiches, fruit and cookies were served from a liible covered with a beige linen cloth edfied with lace and centered with an arrangement of spring "lowers in ihe bride's chosen colors of purple, turquoise and )ink. Table appointments were of crystal and silver. A g i f t of china was presented .0 the honoree by the hostesses. The wedding will take place at 11 a.m. June 15 at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. Miss Walciak To Become Bride SILOAM SPRINGS - An a u i u m n wedding, the date set Tor October 12. is being planned by Miss Ann Marie Walenciak, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walenciak. to Steven Clinton Woodruff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter O. Woodruff. The engagement of the couple waj made known by Miss Walen- ciak's parents this week. The bride-elect is a 1974 graduate of Siloam Springs High, School and is presently employed with a Siloam Springs bank. Her fiance graduated from Siloam Springs High School in 1971 and is an em- ploye of the Merle Norman Cosmetic and Beauty Salon in thw city. The wedding will be soi- emnized In th* First Christian Church, .;.

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