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Jlortfjtoetf SECTION B FAYETTfVnU, ARKANSAS, SUNDAY, JUNE 9, 1974 Miss Pickell Is Bride Saturday MRS. LARRY TABOR .trass Miss Charlcie Pickell before her Saturday wedding On Saturday, June 8, at 8 o'clock in the evening at the First Baptist Church in Siloam daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Springs, Miss Charlcie Pickell, W. Pickell of Siloam Springs, became the bride of Larry Tabor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill D. Tabor of Fort Smith. The Rev. Jerry Hopkins performed the double ring ceremony. Yellow and while daisies, greenery, yellow spider chrysanthemums, candelabra, a Unity candle and yellow pew bows decorated the church. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal- length gown of silk organza designed with a scoop - neckline with a flared band of imported Venise lace, long tapered sleeves with a lace band and a circle ruffle. The empire waistline was accented by Venise lace and the full skirt was outlined with a ruffle and lace. The back fullness swept into a chapel-length train. S h e wore a picture hat with illusion drape, face veil and streamers edged in organza and flowers, and carried a bouquet of yellow and white daisies, spider chrysanthemums, baby's breath and greenery. Her jewelry was a tiny pearl on a chain. Miss Tami Pickell, sisler of the bride, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids w e r e Miss Debi Finn and Miss Cindy Burns of Fayetteville. Miss Julie Strasshcim lighted the candles, and Miss Jacque Sewell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Sew ell of Springdale, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. Attendants to the bride wore floor-length yellow voile empire gowns with short sleeves, scoop necklines, accented by a white sash and a large bow in back They wore white shoes, white gloves and large brimmed while hats with yellow bows and carried white straw baskets filled with yellow daisies and greenery. Ronnie Tabor of Fort Smith was his brother's best man. Groomsmen were Steve Tabor, another brother, and Rick Wery, also of Fort Smith. Ushers were Kent Doss and Carroll Birge of Fayetteville. Torirt Puckett, son of Dr. and Mrs. B. J. Puckett of Siloam Springs, carried the rings. Mrs. Pickell wore a long dress of mint green wilh an accordion pleated skirt, and Mrs. Tabor chose a long dress of aqua with a lace bodice. Both wore corsages of yellow roses. A reception followed the ceremony in the church Fellowship Hall. Serving were Mrs. Sheila Suvino of Fayetleville and Mrs. Lynn Kelly and Miss Judy Williams of Siloam Springs. Miss Billie Brooks of Siloam Springs presided at the guest book. Miss Messner Weds In Church M i s s Arlene daughter of Mr. Messner, and Mrs. MRS. RICHARD S. FULTON .. .UMS Miss Arlene Messner before her marriage on Saturday, Jane 1 f"TM 1 TMTM" Â·""" W " " " mmm """ Â· mm "*- ---- mmmm mm ,, _ , mmm m ,, , u I Area Couples Tell Marriage Plans MISS MARILYN JANE MCABEE ..Mxtt be Mrs. David Leon Drake Bride in Garden Setting . . Charles R. Messner of Fayetle- ville. was married Saturday evening, June 1, at 8 o'clock to Richard Sleven Fulton, son of Mrs. Daisy Fulton of Franklin Park, 111., and Richard W. Fulton of Tulsa, Okla. The marriage was solemnized at St. Joseph's Catholic Church with the Rev. Leo Reidmuellcr officiating. Acolytes were John O'Connell and Robert James. Mrs. Gary Payne presented a program of pre-nuplial music and played the traditional wedding / m a r - ches for the ceremony. The brirte, escorted by her father, wore a full-length linen. suit with navy and p i n k accents. She carried a bouquet of white daisies and pink carnations with pink streamers. Miss Elaine Messner, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor and wore a long dress of pink linen with while shawl collar and lace edging. She carried a bouquet of white daisies' with pink and navy streamers. Tom Fulton, was his brother's best man. Ushers were Tom Messner, brother of the bride; and Richard Ouratid of Fayetteville. Mrs. Messner chose for her daughter's wedding a knit dress with white bodice and navy floor-length skirl. Mrs. Fulton wore an aqua blue formal-length dress with lace overlay. Both wore carnation corsages to compliment their dresses. After the ceremony, a re- ception was held in St. Joseph's School Hall. Guests were invited to sign the bride's book, presided over by Miss Helen Mess- Rock. The bride's table was covered with a white net cloth over pink. An arrangement of daisies and pink carnations in a footed silver bowl and lighted pink tapers in silver candelabra formed the centerpiece. Mrs. Mary Roach and Mrs. Addle O'Connell served wedding cake and Mrs. Camille Burleson and Mrs. Connie Iten served punch. Mrs. James Burr and Mrs. Lawrence Van Asche also helped serve at the reception. When the couple left on a short wedding trip, the bride was wearing a light blue pant suit with brown accents. Pinned at her shoulder was. her mother's corsage of pink carnations. Special wedding guests were Mrs. Elva Mae Fulton of Fayetteville and Mrs. A. E. Nelsnn. of Franklin Park, 111., grandmothers of the bridegroom. Out-of-town guests includcr 1 Miss Jane Fulton of Franklin Park, 111., sister of the bridegroom, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Messner, their son. Steve, and daughter, Mrs. Joe Haneck, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Messner and their son, Christopher, all of Northfield, Minn. The bridegroom, a recent graduate of the University of Arkansas, is employed by IBM and they will reside in Little Rock. MISS PAULA ELIZABETH STEPHAN .. .witt become Mrs. William D. Amis MISS KIMBERLIE SUE SALSBURY ...wiU marrg Robert Eugene Pendergraft MISS SUZANNE SUMNER . Mill be bride of John Thomas Mitchell SILOAM SPRINGS -- In a garden setting at John Brown University Mabee Center Terrace, Miss Lindie Ann Rogers, and Stan Wayne Hopkins were united in marriage Friday morning, June 7, at 10 o'clock. The Rev. Jerry Hopkins, rather of the bridegroom, read marriage vows in a double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. John Durham of Siloain Springs and Charles Rogers of Amarillo, Tex. The bridegroom's parents are the Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Hopkins of Siloam Springs, Preceding the ceremony, Jerri Turner presented a program of nuptial -music and aa- companied the soloist, Murray Turner, as he sang. "Whither Thou Goest" and "I Love You Truly." Escorted to (he altar by her father, the bride wore a dress of while eyelet will) tiny touches of red. A c a s c a d e of strawberries adorned the ruffle on the bouffant skirt and the bo d i c e was fashioned with a high neckline and long hell sieves. She wore a headpiece of eyelet that secured her mid-length veil of illusion. Her only jewelry was an opal necklace, a gifl from the bridegroom, and she carried a bfidal bouquet of white daisies and baby's breath interspersed wilh greenery and tied wilh a red checked gingham how. Miss Lisa Rogers, sister of the bride, was maici of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Bonnie Durham. Miss Karen Brcedlove and Miss Anila Caughman. They wore identical floor-length dresses of white eyelet and red checked gingham. The bodices were in eyelet and the skirls of gingham had appliques of red strawberries. They carried white baskets filled with while daisies and strawberries lied wilh checked gingham bows Their white straw hals were al- MRS. STAN WAYNE HOPKINS .. .before her marriage was Miss Lindie Ann Rogers so trimmed wilh streamers of reel checked gingham. Steven Paul Hopkins, brother of Ihe bridegroom, was b e s t man. Groomsmen were Louis McCopmick, Terry Don Jones and Gary Seism. Danny Elrod and Pepper 1'yealtc served as ushers. In charge of rice bags were Lance Rogers. Todd Pucketl and Tricia De.Monl. For her dauthter's wedding. Mrs. Durham chose a street-length dress of blue and green and earned a long-stemmed white rose. Mrs. Hopkins was atlired in a green and yellow voile dress and her rose was yellow. Following Ihe ceremony, the reception was held in the dining lall at M a b e e Center. Two brunch tables, covered with red cloths overlaid with while eylel were used to serve red piuich, garden fruils, small sandwiches and cookies and the tiered wedding cake, decorated wilh ugar daisies and wedding Â»lls. Coffee was served from a white wrought iron garden carl wilh Mrs. Billie Holiday in charge. The bride wore a panl suil n ,1 cream shade with a color- 'ul blouse of polkadots and slrawbcrries a malching scarf and hat for travel to Orando, r'la. Upon their return they will reside in Fayclteville w here the bridegroom is news director for a radio station. Miss Atkinson Bride In Church St. Paul's Episcopal Church ivas Ihe scene for the wedding of Miss Donna Lee Atkinson, daughter of Mrs. Pal Atkinson of Farmington and James Atkinson of Ardmore. Okla.. and Dennis Craig Greeson. son of Deriwood Greeson of Hutchinson. Kan., and Ihe late Mrs. Greeson, formerly of Fayetteville, on Thursday evening. May 3. The; Rev. Edward L. Salmon Jr., officiated at Ihe double ring ceremony. Mrs. Homer Crow, organisl, provided traditional wedding music. The bride, escorted by her father, wore a eyelet trimmed dress of blue. white fash- Handy Help A rubber kitchen spatula nakes an e.xceUeni leether for baby. It is easy for him to hold; I is firm, but and it is safe. not too hard, ioned wilh an empire waistline. Her elbow lenglh veil was of Brussel's lace, and she carried prayer hook covered wilh white daisies. Miss Palricia Karstettcr was maid of honor and wore a dress of flowered eyelet trimmed in pink and carried a nosegay of pink daisies. Bridesmaids were Miss Phyllis Riggan and Miss Dawn Stobiiugh. Their dresses of flowered eyelet were trimmed in blue and yellow a n d they carried nosegays of biue and yellow daisies. Miss Diane Clinehens attended the guest ook. Jim Huff served as best man. jary Spurlock and Randy Greeson were groomsmen antl John Audrain and Tommy Alford were ushers. Bruce and Blair Johanson were acolytes. A reception followed in the Parish House. Mrs. Raymond Huff served the three-tiered wedding cake and Miss Brenda Cowan and Mrs. N'anci Cawood presided at the punch bowl and coffee service, assisted by Miss Jncki Audrain and Miss Cathy Huff Jenny bags. Misses Caroline Wade distributed arid rice Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dean l.amb and Mr. and Mrs. Lcroy Anderson of Hutchinson, Kan., and Mrs. Mary Everett and Mrs. Margaret Riegel of Great Ben. Kan. Following a trip lo soulhern Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Greeson are at home in Springdal*. Two Retiring Honored With Buffet Dinner Mrs. Marion Harris and Mrs. Billie Blatt were honored Friday evening when Mrs. Marilu S. Killman entertained at her home at 141-1 Hillcrest. Mrs. Harris and Mrs. Blatt are retiring from secretarial positions at the Universily of Arkansas effective June 30. Guest, all secretaries at the University of Arkansas, arrived at 7:30 o'clock. They were served a buffet dinner froni a table covered in a checked linen cloth and accented with a large arrangement of yellow, pink and white daisies and yellow Fugi chrysanthemums surrounding a candlelighted hurricane lamp. Seating arrangement was designated at companion table* for four which were covered in Â·matching linen cloths, and centered with a lighted spiced candle. Recorded music played in the background. Guests played the piano aod sang. Mrs. Zillman gave each of Ihe honorees a white floral corsage and an old-fashioned autograph book containing best wishes from their many friends. Attending were Mrs. DebWÂ» Brown, Mrs. Marjorie Young, Miss Connie Hutson, Sir's. Martha Winch, Mrs Earlene Baker, Mrs. Kalhy Collins, Mrs. Nancy Court, and Mn. EUtn Smith.