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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 5

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 14, 1974
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Vogt-Kelly Vows Said In Ceremony Attending Girls State K«re» Rosso, diifhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. John Rosso, left, and Sown Talley, davghter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Talley, are mending Girls Slate at Camp Robinson ta Little Rock t h i s week. They are among seven students from Fayetteville High School who were chosen to attend. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUBS VALLEY HOMEMAKERS A report on "How to Use the Metric System" was given by Mrs. Seth Timmons at the recent meeting of the Valley Homcmakers Club in the home of Mrs. Lloyd Shanks. Mrs. Donald Weaver, president, directed the discussion of the now year book and plans for hostess and committees for each month of the year. Group singing w a s led by Mrs. Earl Cat«s with the devotional by Mrs. B i l l Bennett. Mrs. 0. R. Dodson. won t h e mystery package and cake, coffee and iced tea were served by the hostess The July club meeting will be a family picnic at Devils Den. EVANSVttLE Officer elections were held at the Evansville Homemakers Extension Club meeting Friday afternoon at the club room. New officers are: Mrs. Eva Gay Goldman, president; Mrs. Lina B a k e r , vice president: Mrs. Beatrice Barker, secretary . treasurer and Mrs. John C. Davis, publicity. E l e v e n members were present at the meeting with Mrs. LiU Whelchel of Lincoln and her daughter, Mrs. Harvie Thernear of Okmulgee, Okla. as guests. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Bernice Weaver, presiden and Mrs. Davis, who also gave :he devotion. Installation of new officers will be held at 1:30 p.m. July 5 and a called meeting of offi cers for the community is to he held at 7:30 p.m. June 2 at the Community building. Stroll Historic Streets Wiljiamsburg, the capital o colonial Virginia, has been delightfully restored. You ca stroll through streets tha G e o r g e Washington one walked, and see life as it wa lived in the 18th Century. Grace Mennonite Brethern Church of Siloam Springs on Saturday, May 25. at 4 o'clock in the afternoon was the setting tor the marriage of Miss Charolte Kelly and Charles Dwayne Vogt. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kelly of -jloam Springs and Mr. a n d Mrs. Jake Vogt of Corn, Okla. The Rev. Albert Epp of the Mennonite Brethern Church of Corn officiated at the double ring rites. As Mrs. John Nor- erg played wedding music, Mrs. Kelly, mother of the bride, ook a candle f r o m a four andle arrangement and lighted t from the center candle, and Mrs. Vogt, mother of the bride groom, also lighted a candle. At the conclusion of the ceremony, the bride and bride Jtoom lighted the last candle rom the center light. Banks of garden flowers in rainbow colors with pink and 'ellow predominating iwere daced throughout the church, iharon , Burgeson and Debbie Hinz lighted the seven branched candelabra. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore an Ivory imported silk o r g a n z a dress. The high neckline was finished with a ruffle of Venise lace. The same lace encircled the high waist and shepherdess sleeves. An A-line silhouette skirt with lace appliques had a detachable, chapel-length ;rain completely encircled with lace accented with pearls. / matching headpiece secured her silk illusion veil, and she carried a handkerchief owned by her grandmother. Mrs Freda Miner, and a white or chid bouquet with long satin streamers. Her jewelry was a diamond pendant, gift of th bridegroom. "The Greatest of These i Love," "0, Perfect Love," am "All Our Lives," were sung by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Regie and Mrs. Nell Bryant. Jouree and Susan Kelly nieces of the bride, dressed in Cline. Miss Pat Hayre and Miss Carolyn Hedges, and maids of onor, Miss Freda Kelly and .liss Darla Vogt, sisters of the rtdal couple, wore dresses of Iternating colors of soft pink nd yellow and carried baskets f flowers. Tommy Hoock and Richard elly served the bridegroom as Best men, and groomsmen and shers were Rex Flaming, and Mike Bryant. At the reception which ollowed the ceremony, the able was covered with a cloth made by the bride's mother. Mrs. Richard Kelly and Mrs. John Brown III served cake. and Miss Mary Tuttle, Miss Cynthia Unruh and Mrs. Barrara Henderson served punch. ATS. Lee Turman presided at the bride's book. After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Vogt are at home n Com. full-length dresses of yel!6w ane pink voile, wore flowers in thei hair and carried baskets o petals. Carrying out the garde: theme, bridesmaids, Miss De iteve Keith Kliewer, Kliewcr, Jim Wiechel, Steve Faming Premier's Wife Keeps Her Silence LISBON, Portugal (AP) "In Portugal now, four million women have the right to speak out. One does not and it's me," says Mrs. Palma Carlos, wife of the country's new premier. She adds: "You can hardly hit the premier with women's lib when he comes home from a hard day at office." But few if any women In Portugal today have better qualifications to speak out on women's rights than the 70-year-old writer-lawyer. For years she has been fighting for those rights, a tiny ripple in a sea of supermasculinity. In another place and another time, perhaps Elina Guimarres, her maiden and professional name, might have become Portuguese Golda Meir or Indira Gandhi. WRITES ON TOYS. The daughter of former Premier Vitorino Guimarres, she segan at age 7 by writing on her toys: "Women should Nevertheless, she has firm on what changes (or omen should be included in e new Portuguese revolution. Divorce, a revolution all by self In Catholic Portugal, ould be permitted if both eople want it, Mrs. Palma ,arlos says. She is against bortion as "infanticide--I op- DSC it as I do the death penal, there is no right to t a k e jman life." Portugal law, she adds, needs be enforced for a change to d the cuntry of widespread restitution and child labor mses. But she says she will not take Dinner Honors Couple Who Will Marry Saturday Miss Robert Judy Allen, Edwards and whose wedding will be an event of Saturday evening at the First Baptist Church were honored with a patio dinner W e d n e s d a y evening. The dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. P e arl Clinehens and the hostess was assisted by Mrs. John R e e d and Mrs. Bob YouhWnr'-;"·- · Out of : town guests for the informal dinner were Mr. a n d Mrs. David LIndsey Edwards, parents of the bride-elect of London, England: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Edwards, her brother and sister-in-law of Manchester, S.H. and Mrs. Robert P. Woods of Clarence, Mo, grandmother of the prospective bridegroom The hostess gift was an ice cream freezer. Since then she has written more than 100 newspaper articles on women's rights, or the lack of them in Portugal. She and Palma Carlos were married in 1926. "I am a feminist," says Mrs. Palma Carlos. "I have been for 60 years. As a simple citizen I could say anything I liked, as the wife of the premier I am restricted." The mother of two grown sons, Mrs. 'Palma Carlos says she will not use her new posi tion to encourage women's lib eration or to try to influence her husband. "We respect each other's views. He knows what I think But I would not dream 1 of ask ing him what as premier he. has done about women's liber ation. It would be an intru Seen In City The popular trend of spool jewelry is now being sold i: the chic stores, but the youn, are still doing their own b cutting off the fork or spoo end. filing the sharp edge down and then bending it int a circle large enough for Ui wrist or the finger. A bi success with the blue jean set nmtmiitHniin an active part in seeking reform affecting women. "Your women think of me as a museum piece. I belong to the silent generation that never managed to speak out but somehow was able to say no. She acknowledges that she is not overjoyed that her husband is premier. TERRIBLE LOAD 'It is a terrible load a man has to carry, rknow because of my father." Palma Carlos is scheduled to continue as premier of the provisional government until elections next spring. But he could be elected then to the mmmnmmrnum\iimwmm\mimwimim Northmrat Arkansas or MEN Friday, June 14, 1974 « 5 fllIK:iM same post President Aiitunflv de Spinola named him to tore* weeks ago. Mrs. Palma Carlos appear* to be looking ahead already* He had to take the Job (or * year. We don't know how thin will end but we will be m it together. After that, we will go, as they say, and took at the, birds and flowers." THE LIGHT TOUCH IS by GortUnhirVs 3 | JJ A balance of payment! is when your teenager = buys a new wardrobe --and you give up lunches. · * ' * If you want a fob don*, giv« it to a buiy man. | He'll have his lecrMary m do it. * * * B Football breeds self-cHj- cipline. What Daily Calendar of Events 'onight "The Hollow Crown", University Theater, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tou r S-way radio 538 W- Oo] leg* 44S-BB \ for Your Prescription N««di See Us QUAKER DRUG *8 E. Center - 44t-i2M City Parking Lot In Rear iaturday World War I Barracks 1786 and Auxiliary, Hillcresl Towers p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafetorium, 8 p.m. ·iiiiiniiiiiaiiiHiriiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiimpi el»e would induce a spectator to sit out in the open in subfreezing weather? * * · Reacting maketh a well- rounded person. So doth watching TV with potato chips and a six- pack of beer. * * · Meat of us don't start economizing until w« run out of money. * * » It's easy to economize at Gardenhire's Jewelry. See ut for perfect giftt For the bride. GARDENHIRE'S JEWIRY 4.E. Comer of S*joam DILLARD'S Smart Cotton Combinations by a Famous Maker in Junior Sizes Dl Noic 337 to llffl Ran . i -, doof walk . . . to oar junior iportawear department for frrt the kind of coordiMtei you've been wanting for jaar Taxation and aD. summer long . . . ·nd tt't no accident that we planned them M * "June's Best Boy" to save joe 1/3. Mix op » couple of good looking cutm* without getting a pain in the bndjet . . . and bare fun in the »ua. Jmrior stes 5 to 13 and S, M. U Ea«y em fabric! . . . toti of colon . . . panU, top* «horto, halters, everything. Com* «rt7 for the be*. iwar-DILLARD'S- Fint Floor Open Monday Through Saturday 10 a.m. Until 9 p.m. OFF and More! Better-Moderate and Half Six* Dr«*M* Seasonal sale on these fashionable dresses! 1/3 to 1/2 ofl and more in assorted fashion colors and styles. Sizes 8 to 20. 14 to 24'/2 (not all sizes in all styles). FOR EXAMPLE--DRESSES Orig. from $20 to $100 Now 12.99 to 45.99 FOR EXAMPLE--LONG DRESSES Orig. from $22 to $100 Now 13.99 to «5.99 FOR EXAMPLE-4FANTSUITS Orig. from 30.99 to $78 Now 19.99 to ST.99 FOR EXAMPLE- JUNIOR DRESSES · f AND PANTSUITS 8.99 to 14.55 iT^~ ·,,'#· ^ ' ·.?'··', - · · - ; / - ' » · ^4- Dresses, both street and long length*. Spring and rammer pantsuttt, A wfate selection from whkh to choon- Better-Moderate, Half Sin DTCMM, Jr. Dresses--DILLARD'S--Second 1

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