Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 2, 1974 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, June 2, 1974
Page 9
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Miss Linda Black Becomes Bride In Church Ceremony MRS. ROBERT E. S1EVERS . . . was Miss Linda K. Black before her marriage at Center Street Church of Christ Miss Linda K. Black became the bride of Robert E. Sievers at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 10, at Center Street Church of Christ. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Black of Fayetteville, and the bridegroom is the s o n of Mrs. Lcona Sievers of Fayetteville and Ihe late Otto Sievers. Albert Gardner officiated at the double ring candlelight ceremony before an arrangement of yellow and white spring flowers. Family pews were marked with clusters of greenery tied with yellow satin ribbon. A program of songs selected by the couple WHS sung by Mr. and Mrs. Sieve Smith, Linda Thompson and Marcus Hogins, "Oh, Promise Me," and "We've Only Just Begun." The bride, escorted by h e r father, wore a Victorian gown of Salapeau. Vcnise lace trimmed the neckline and bell- shaped sleeves. The s k i r t flowed lu a ruffed hem sen tiered with Venisc liice and flowers anil extended into a cliapel-len- gth irain. Her mantilla was of matching lace, and she carried a nosegay of yellow daisies. Miss June Black was her sister's maid ot honor. Mrs Larrv niiiniiiiiiMiiiiiiiiNiiiHiiiiMiijiiiiiiipiiiiiniiiiinnuiiiiiiiNiiiniiiM This'n That About Town By MARY ALICE PEARSON On a warm summer evening, move your dinner party outdoors and serve an elegant picnic menu tlwt would delight a gourmet. Begin the meal with Viohyssoise kept icy cold in a portable cooler. Next, impress your guests with a Wellington- style meat loaf which features the flavors of mushrooms and cheese. Add a saUnd and crisp relishes to complete this portion of the menu. Plump, juicy sweet cherrie-s make a particularly delicious ending lo the outdoor affair. Arrange the jewel-toned Iruit in a pretty basket for guests to help themselves. Since the entire menu can be served cold, there is no last- minute Tuss for the cook who can sit back and enjoy the meal, too. A delegation of 14 builders representing Hie 1,100 member Arkansas Home Builders Association met in Washington. B.C. last week to participate in the annual spring meeting of the National Association of Home Building. The Arkansas contingent was led by Stale Association President Sam Rogers of Rogers. Nell and Jack Tuck have returned from Midland, Tex., where they visited over Lhe Memorial Day weekend with Nell's brother and family, the John Caseys. Jack participated with John in a golf tournament at Ranchland Hill Country Club. Dorothy Jlelealfe got home yesterday iifler a two-week trip, which included a visit with her aunts, Alma and Virginia Stone, in California, and with Esther arid Bowen McConnell in Sun City, Ariz. Nancy McVey left Friday morning for Washington D C to attend the meeling of Mental Health Services for the Ethnic Minorities and the Poor on Saturday and Sunday On Tuesday she will attend the National Mental Health board meeting, of whicli she is a member, and call on Arkansas congressmen. Before coming home next Wednesday she'll be at Stouffer s National Inn in Arlington. Va. Dr. George T. Johnson, Dr. Loyii Patterson and Dr. Raymond K. Bowers attended the annual nalianal meeting or the American Society of Microbiology in Chicago recently Dr Patterson and Dr. Bowers presented papers at the five-day Going this weekend to Zclienople. Pa., for a month's visit h ti, i -·""··' ""- """'i i* n^uii."-, 01 OIKCSIOII A10 h i = brother and sistcr-in-law. Marcia ShelUm of Bon der Colo' Rhea s sister, and another sister. Patty Allen of Ihzen w i t h hnsband. Gusty Allen. Kuth and Ellis Shellon w e re sped" gue. Oarden seated. detoratcd the uw " where guests were Th " rs(la : at *e National Cem etery, Frances Barrack with sister-in-law Helen Barrack nf Spnngdale left Thursday for London where they will be gi.'esU of Frances' brother-in-law and sister Tom Inrf luV Blle . ;ls Mohr formerly of Fayef tevil 1? TCey plan To ttav ?wo iee'k" F n ra n ceV r and1 a !TM"2 le si « ht - seci "? in England and E uVoJe ma a iden S name TM7ffllTM. *"*" " P " Fa ^ tevil " «"d their Hita Glover of Fayettevilie was named this week as Arkansas outstanding cosmetologist ^contributing the most toward community leadership and the advancement of I h e beauty profession during the past year. The citation was an- the Arkansas Eric Durst received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree Friday from the Film School of the California Institute of t h e Arts in Valencia. A drawing from one of his f i l m s was featured recently in the Los Angeles Times. He is the son of Mary Margaret Durst of F'ayettcville. Oxford, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. They wore y e 11 o w formal-length gowns with while polka dots. Ruffles and daisy lace trim were used tiie bodices and sleeves. Each wore a white wide-brimmed hat with yellow streamers and carried baskets of yellow and white daisies. Larry Oxford served as best man and Tony Elam was .. rooniEman. Ushers were Roger Aoams and Steve Dabney. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Black chose a yellow and beige k n i t dress and Mrs. Sievers wore a blue and yellow knit dress. Both wore corsages of yellow roses. Following the ceremony, a re ception was held at the church. The bride's table was covered with a yellow cloth nnd a while organ/a overlay and centered with a yellow and while spring floral arrangement. The throe- tiered wedding cake was served by Mrs. Dennis Osburn of Farminglon and Mrs. Delborl Hawkins of Springdale. Punch was .served by Mrs. Jerry Johnson and Mrs. Joe Thomas of KayeUeville Oul-oMown guests were Mr. and Mrs. Barney Barton of Vinita. Okla., Miss Dchbie Barton who presided at the guest book ilso of Vinita, and Mr. and Mrs. John C. Forrister ot Rogers. For travel the bride wore a pink knit pantsuit with a cor sage of red roses. Following a rip to the West Coast, the couple will reside in Fayette ville. Fasteners Available Self - gripping fasteners are making life a little bit easier for home seamstresses and "all thumbs" children. Featuring easy-to-use polyes ter hooks and nylon loops, the newest fasteners grip together with surprising strength, yet they peel apart easily. The new grippers are unlike any other fastener the honn. seamstress knows. They are completely washable · and dry cteanable and they come in ten colors and three strengths Light slress fasteners may be used for cuffs. Medium stress grippers work on dresses, while heavystress fasteners are pci feet for coats. Announcements American Legion Auxiliary w i l l m e e t « t 7 p.m. Thursday for the election of officers and a business meeling at Ihe Legion Hut. _ Panama Canal Society of Northwest Arkansas will hold its annual Blanche Shaw picnic at Agri Park on Sunday, June 16, from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m., with lunch at 1 p.m. Coffee, soft drinks and chairs will be provided, and those attending are asked to bring table service and a covered dish. The picnic is open (o all who have lived in the Canal Zone and their guests. Information may be obtained from Bruce Sanders 273-3879, or Jessie Newhard, U73-3384 The a n n u a l Ozarks-Ncbraska got together and basket dinner will be held on Sunday, Jjne 9. in the Women's Building a the Fairgrounds in Bentonville at 1 p.m. Each family is askec to bring a basket dinner an their own service. Drinks wil be provided and door prizes given. SEWING CLASSES ENROU. TODAY FABRIC CITY Arkamat TIMES, Sun., Jun* 2, T974 0 AVITTIVII.I.K. ARKANSAS ,3* Daily Calendar of Events 'oday Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1 ; 30 p.m. Memorial Service, Confederate Cemetery, 2 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-wiy radio S» N. Oolkff* For Your Proscription Noods So* Us QUAKER DRUG V. E. Center -- 4U-42M City Pukiif Lot In Rear ifonday Recycling Center, West Street, All Day Every Day Recycling Sub-Station for Newspapers, Behind Bufterfield Trail School, All Day Every Day Community Adult Center, Hillcrest Towers, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mother's Day Out, First Baptist Church, Monda ythrough 'riday, 9 a.m. to 12 noon Welcome Wagon Bowling, Ozark Lanes, 10 a.m. District Nurses Association, Springdale Holiday Inn, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Cenler, 7:30 p.m. ; Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:3 ftp.m. Masonic Lodge 291, Masonic Hall, Farmnigton, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7:^0 p.m. Betty and Mftxie B. Scale of Springdale have relurncd from Walnut Creek. Calif., where they attended ttie wedding of Uieir son, Lt. Thomas A. Scale, stationed at Travis Air Force Base, and Annjela Bianca McGrcw, stewardess with TIA. The wedding was at Walnut Creek Methodist Church and they will live in Benicia. Cam". Best man was Lt. J o e Kraynik, who graduated from the University of Arkansas with Tom, and who is now living in California. Roger liak Stephens, eight-year-old son of Lynn Stephens of Beavorama Park, who plays the piano and guitar, appeared on the Freddy Hart TV show in Harrison earlier this month, singing "Country Roads," 3a he accompanied him- ·elf. Sorry, No Phone or Mail Orders. Limited Quantities Monday Is Ladies' Day Cannon and Wamsutta · Iron Sheets 3 Orig. 5.79 Twin Orig. 679 Full Size .......... 4.88 Orig, 4,29 Pr. Standard Cases 3.68 Pr. Current styles in beautiful famous make sheets from our regular stock- - . -at Summer Sale prices! First quality decorator styles at prices you would ordinarily pay for seconds or muslin sheets. Silky no iron polyester and cotton percale in unusual designs of: V/indsor Park, Mandarin Gardens, Sweet Sherbet, or Sweet Yes- ferdoy. 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