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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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·A Nerrhwe* ArVonsot TIMtS, Sun., rAVITTCVIL.L(. A R K A N S A S June 16, 1974 Brid n Chape MRS. HARRY LAWRENCE YANCEY ... was Miss Gretchen Gray before her marriage at Pulaski Heights United Methodist Church, in Little Rock Miss Gray Weds In Church Rites Bishop W. Angie Smith Cha?] on the campus of Oklahoma ;ity University in Oklahoma 3ty. Okla.. was the setting for the 8 p.m. evening wedding of Miss Charlotte Ann Christy and Gary Mclvin Mclugin, Saturday, June 15. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. R. Dale Christy of Fayetteville and Mr. and Mrs. James M. Molugin of M u s t a n g . Okla. The Rev. Tony Howard o f f i - ciated at the double ring ceremony. Burning tapers in an arehc deandlearbra entwined with jade greener y and a matching nair of white columns topped with Grecian urns holding a r r a n g e m e n t s of l a v e n der and white gladioli adorned the altar. Spiral cantllcabra holding lighted tapers were placed on each side. A profile knceler centered the arrangement, completing the decorations. Lavender and white hows marked the fatr.ily pews. Vincent Verda provided traditional wedding music preceding the ceremony. David and Keith Bennett, twin cousins of the bridegroom, lighted the spiral tapers. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of sheergan/a and imported re- e m b r o i d e r e d lace. Re-em- hroidcred lace fashioned the mandarin neckline antl adorned the bishop sleeves.. The lace trelliscd down the skirt and banded the ruffled hemline, Her mantilla bordered with matching lace flowed gracefully into a cathedral train. The bridal bouquet was a nosegay fashioned of lavender roses, white miniature carnations, feathered r Tn Garden Ceremony King-Thomas Vows Repeated At 4 p m. on June 1. Miss were three pre-nuptial parties v - - ---:ame (or the bride and a bachelor's Bonnie Jean Thomas the bride of Martin became L _ _ . . Edward dinner for the bridegroom. For going »way, the bnde MRS. GARY MELVIN MELUG1N ... was Miss Charlotte Ann Christy before her marriage Saturday in Oklahoma City,, Okla. chrysanthemums, and gypsophila. In a double ring ceremony at 4 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, June 8. at Pulaski Heights United Melhodist Church in Little Rock. Miss Gretchen G r a y became the bride of Harry Lawrence Yaticey. Dr. James Argue officiated. The bride is the. daughter of Mrs. William James Stocker of Benton. formerly of Fayetteville, and Charles Henry Gray of Little Rock. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. H a r r y Yancey of Little Rock and the late Mr. Yancey. Church decorations \vcve an altar arrangement of Majestic daisies, candelabra and Jade trees. Presented in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal gown of candlelight silk organ/a and peau de soie. The Victorian neckline was accented with Nottingham braid, fashioned with princess lines, long tapered sleeves and a full flowing skirt that fell into a cahiedral train. Alencon lace florets adorned the hociice and skirt. Her veil of illusion was a mantilla held by a Juliet cap of English nil and Alencon lace falling into a cathedral train and she carried a cascade bouquet of white roses. Miss Anne Gray, sister of the Dride, was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Lynn Riley and Miss Susan Harrel of Little Rock and Miss M a r t h a Washington of Fort Worth, Tex. They wore yellow voile dresses, large hats trimmed in yellow ribbons, and carried baskets filled with white Shasta daisies and babies breaths. Phil Shellabarger of Little Rock was groomsmen best m a n , and and ushers were Chile Issues SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) -The foreign ministry says 11 has issued 8,264 sale conducl passes to persons who soughl political asylum in foreign em- bassiei in Chile after last fall's military coup. stephanotis Miss Glidewell Is Sunday Bride Hank Gray, brother of the bride, Frank Elcan of Fayetle- r illc and Larry Don Wright ol jitlle Rock. Jeff nnd Rick Davs of Little Rock lighted the candles. Jerry Glover of Little Rock, organist, accompanied Mrs. L. D. Wright, also of Little Rock, as she sang, Mrs. Sotcker chose a long talian silk dress with a short sleeved jacket, and Mrs Yancey wore a canary yellow long dress with jacket. A reception followed in Fellowship Hall. Miss Jan Davis and Miss Mary Beeson kept the bride's hook. The bride and bridegroom and their mothers formed the reception line. When the couple left for a wedding t r i p to Doral Beach Country Club, Miami Bench, Fla., the bride was wearing a white suit and pinned a corsage of white sweetheart roses at her shoulder. The couple is at home at 1920 K a v a n a u g h , Apt. No. 10, Little Rock, where the bridegroom is attending Little Rock Division of the University of Arkansas School of Law. Miss Sally Petty of Oklahoma City was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Mrs. Ken Back, Hiss Dunice Fuksa both of Oklahoma City and Mrs. Sanford Wylie of Broken Arrow, Okla. They wore identical floor length gowns of white flocked organza over lavender taffeta. They were styled with r u f f l e d scooped neckline, bishop sleeves and ruffled hemline. Lavender straw picture hats with lavender streamers attached with a cluster of chrysanthemum pom- ons and gypsophila completed their ensemble. They carried nosegays of lavender chrysanthemums, purple statice and gypsophila. Miss Sandra Christy, Fayetteville, sister of the hride, preceded the bride to the altar. Her dress, hat and were styled similar bouquet to the bridesmaids. Scott Christy, bro- her of the bride, also from ^ayetteville, e s c o r t e d t h e lower girl to the altar. For her daughters wedding, Mrs. Christy chose a long dress of peach polyester with matching jacket and white accessories. Mrs. Melugin wore a long pink lace shirtwaist dress with white accessories. Both wore white glamelia corsages. James M. Buck of Baton Rouge, La., served as best man. Groomsmen were Keith M. Long, Oklahoma City, Wal- long with Ccntral United Methodist Church of Rogers was the sett ing for the Sunday afternoon wedding of Miss Heather Glidewell and Donald Lee McDonald on June !) at 4 o'clock. Parents of Ihe couple are Cdr. and Mrs. Willard K Glideweil of Rogers and Dr. and Mrs. Charles P. McDonald of Fort Smith. , Fan-shaped candelabra a n (I baskets of fern, chrysanthemums and yellow daisies graced the chancel of the sanct- uarv Dr. Charles P. McDonald, father of the bridegroom, officiated at the double ring ceremony. l.eon Warren at the organ "played traditional wedding selections anrt Oliver "Chip Gatchell III, soloist-guitarist of Hemirix College. presentee "Hymn," "If." "Love Song, "A Man And a Woman," nnd "Wedding Song." Given in marriage by her fa ther the bride wore a formal length white gown of heirloom eyelet batiste. Cotton eyele braid trimmed the tiered skirt square neckline and cuffs of th long, full sleeves. She wore : Juliet cap of w h i t e daisies anc carried a colonial bouquet o daisies and baby's breath. Bridal attendants were Mrs G Hunter Glidewell, matron o ker Arenson, and Melvin Reno, Okla., Glaster, St. Louis, Mo. Ushers were Joe S m i t h . Paul McLaughlin, Robert Brubaker and Alan Christy, brother of the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Christy entertained at a reception for their daughter and her husband immediately following the ceremony in the informal lounge at the chapel. The bridal table flounced in white organza over lavender was centered with a silver honor Mrs. Ronald McDonal and Mrs. David McDonald They wore identical gowns yellow and white checks wit white eyelet trim on the colla and short purred sleeves. The carried nosegays of yellow dais ies. Ronald McDonald served hi brother as best man. Groom men were James McDonald an Gary Hunter Glidewell an ushers were William Hovell an Thomas McDonald. Maste Mark McDonald served as rin oearer. The bride's book was preside over by Miss Barbara Watts Branson, Mo. Cdr. and Mrs. Glidewell ei tertained for their daughter an epergne holding the bridal bouquet and flanked on each side with silver candlelabra holding avender and white chrysanthemums and white tapers. Miss Pam Vreeland, St. Ouis, Mo., and Mrs. Joe Smith, ilustang. Okla., served the bur-tiered wedding cake which vas decorated in clusters of lavender roses and green leaves opped with a white satin wedding bell, and encircled with lavender chrysanthemums and greenery. Serving at the aunch bowl was Mrs. Johnny 3roome, Muskogee, Okla. Mrs. Gordon Walker, also of Muskogee was in charge of the her husband with a receptio in Fellowship Hall after th ceremony. The bride's tab was centered with a daisy et twined white candelabrar which held moss green v ive c a n d l e s . Mrs. Ralp C h a n c e served the fou tiered wedding cake win! Mrs. David Stone presided the silver punch pre bowl. Ric bride's book. When the couple wedding trip ,the wearing a yellow left for a bride was and w h i f e Engagement Announced dress with matching jacket and pinned a corsage from her bouquet at her shoulder. The couple will makt their home in Oklahoma City. iinini!!!!l!l!l!l!lg!l]l[[!!inillB Births [ffiiMHIIIilllliillHIilffllffiltllllfllJffllllliiinilllllflKinillfi REGIONAL MEDICAL Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Reed of Goshen, a daughter, June 13. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest W. Yell of West Fork, a daughter, June 13. Audrey V. a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Pear- Secretaries To Meet The Washington County Leg Secretaries Association w meet at 7 p.m. Tuesday at t Downtown Motor Lodge. Mrs. Mar.jorie Nibloek will guest speaker and will disci] office manngement. procedure ssytems and o t h e r duties legal secretaries. All legal secre\aries an others working in other aspec of the legal profession are inv ed to attend. Mr. «ixl Mrs. James Bornhoft ·f Weiner announce Ihe engagement of Iheir daughter, Patricia Ann, of New Orleans, La., to Dr. George Harrison Bitter III of New Orleans. He is the son of Ihe late Dr. s«| Mrs. George Harrison Batter of Fayetteville. T h e bride-elect received her h i g h school education at Mount St. Mary's Academy in Little Reek, attended Arkansas State University where she was a member of Chi Omega ··rarity, and is a graduate of Metbedlst Hospital School of in Memphis, Tenn. Dr. Bitter Is a graduate of Fayetteville Hi(rh School, received a Bachelor of Science degree from Ihe University of Arkansas where he was a member of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity, and an M.D. degree from Tnlane Uttiver- sily School «f Medicine. He is presently staff eardtotogis* at Ochsner Clinic and Octaner Kcinndation Hospital in New Orleans. The wedding will lake place at 4 o'clock in the afternoon on A u g . 10 at St. A n t h o n y ' s Catholic Church in Weiner. -Mr. and Mrs. Stroud of Elkins, June 13. son of Springdale, June 13. a daughter, Announcements The National Association Retired Federal Employes w meet at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday the Community Adult Center Hillcrest Tcwers. Es. made by Mrs. Cecil Mil:, were distributed by Miss oreen Gildcwell. cousin of the ide. Others assisting were rs. Loren Wark, Mrs. Donald ck, Mrs. Henry Waring, Mrs. arl Wear, Mrs. Harley Saun- T3, Mrs. Floyd Campbell, rs. Harry Stage, and Mrs. ess Zager. After a brief wedding t r i p , King, son of Mr. and Mrs. War- ,, . _ rcn S. King of Lincoln in changed into a garden ceremony at the home green jersey dress of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raedel A. Thomas of Ash land, Ohio. A trumpet-trombone duo, Doug Neel and Steve Terry, members of the Razorback Marching Band, played Wagner's Wedding March as the bride walked down the carpeted garden path on tire arm of her father. Marriage vows were red by Robert E. Whitmore, mayor of Ashland. The bride chose a gown of organza, Venice lace circled the scooped neckline and accented the cuffs of the straight sleeves. A chapel-length train flowed from the full circular skirt. A profile headpiece of Venice lace held her veil of imported illusion, and she carried a snow shower cascade of white sweetheart roses, stephanotis, baby's breath and miniature carnations. Miss Debbie Rachel of Ashland served as maid of honor and Mrs. Vijay Arya of Houston. Tex., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Sheri King of Lincoln, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Dyan Roodman of Suotlsdale, Ariz., cousin or the birde. All wore floor- length gowns of checked gingham in pastel colors and each carried a field bouquet of daisies, miniature carnations and statice with matching floral hair arrangements. Groomsmen were David Nicewarner of Fayetteville, Ronald King of Abilene. Tex., brother of the bridegroom, Paul Thomas nf Cypress, Tex., brother of the bride, and Michael Adams of Houston. Tex., cousin of the bridegroom. Sunjay Arya and Ronnie King served their aunt and uncle as ringbearers and Jill Thomas, niece of the bride, served as flower girl. The bride's mother chose cool white and and wore white orchid corsage. After · honeymoon at Sawmill Creek. Huron, Ohio, tile couple will1 reside in Fayetteville where both are students at the University of Arkansas. couple be resident floor-length blue brocaded satin dress trimmed with pink taffeta and the bridegroom's mother chose a floor-length gown of green chiffon with flowing chiffon coat. Both mothers and the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Dagmar Stran, wore gardenia corsages. Following the ceremony a buffet dinner was served to more than 100 guests. Hostesses were Mrs. Raymond Green, Miss Harriet Thomas and Miss Opal Thomas, aunts of the bride, of St. Louis, Mo., and Mrs. Nick Rachel. Miss Barbara Nash and Miss Margaret Nash of Ash- lancl. The rehersal dinner for 20 _ guests was given Friday even and Mrs. Tom Barnett and ing by the bridegroom's parents nnd Mrs. T.eon Warren. at, Surrey Inn in Ashland. There anagers at Shoal Creek Carnp r the summer months after lich they will resume their udies as seniors at Hendrix ollege in Conway in the fall. On the eve of the wedding, r. and Mrs. McDonald enter- ined with a rehearsal dinner Fellowship Hall of the church members of the wedding irt.y and out-of-town guests, thcrs guests were the Rev. nd Mrs. William Connell, the ev Ir. ... tons riage on June MRS. MARTIN EDWARD KING Miss Bonnie Jean Thomas before her mar-. 1 at AsJiUmd, Ohio Legion Names Officers Charles Rochier was elected and installed as commander of the first district of the American Legion Hut in Fayetteville. Other officers are Melvin J. Ireland of Hiwasse, vice commander; Emily Marti of Fayetteville, adjutant; Gerald C. Bond of Siloam Springs, chaplain. The district included Benton. Carroll, Madison and Washing ton Counties, has 19 posts and more than 2,000 members. Commander Rochier was also elected a delegate to the national convention at Miami Beach, Fla. on Aug. 1622. CXPIRT WATCH REPAI* · ' · ' ' ' ' -' J. SWIFT S ITNMlk The Iris Garden Club w meet at Ihe Beaver Lake hoi of Mrs. M. 0. Ramey for pcinic lunch Wednesday (June ]9). The group will leave Fayetteville from the home of Mrs I. J. Kirkpatrick at 10 a.m. NOW OPEN ADELLA'S SHOP OZARKS BUILDING 200 W«*t Center Fayvttevilte, Ark. Mon.-Fri., 930-12, 1-5 Ozark Arts and Crafts · New* · Nov«lti«* Stir** Candles Adella D. Gray, Manager BETTY CLAIRE'S llth ANNUAL PRE-INVENTORY SALE ALL SPRING AND EARLY SUMMER MERCHANDISE REDUCED 50% MANY SPECIAL PURCHASES CLOSE-OUT Parity Girdles Sizes 30-46 waist -- Reg. 12.50. . .:.....=.,.-· - Now 7.50 Reg. 6.00 . . .-... ,.-.-.,.,..,.,.,., -Now 3.90 Step-in Girdles Sizes 30-50 waist -- Reg. 11.00 .- Now 6.90 Reg. 8.00 . . , . · · · ,.-.,.,. · -Now 4.90 Reg. 6.00 ,.,.- · · · · · Now 3.90 Bras Front and back opening B, C, and D cups Sizes 38-52 -- Reg. 5.00 · · Reg. 4.00 ...-.-... .-. One Piece Foundation B, C, and D cups Sizes 38-46 -- Reg. 12.50 .-.,.-..., : -- Now 7.50 San Souci Lingerie Panties, non-ding, non-static, Antron 111 nylon tricot (White and Blonde) Sizes 8-10 -- Reg. 2.25 ,-.-., Now 3 for 6.00 Sizes 11-12 -- Reg. 2.75 .-.- -.-.-...,.,.,.--. . -Now 3 for 7.50 Slip, Custom clip (clip slip to adjust length), non cling, non static, Antron 111 nylon tricot, white and blonde Sizes 38-42, overage and tall -- Reg. 6.50 Now 5.49 Sizes 44-52, average and tall -- Reg. 7.50 Now 6.49 Matching petticoat -- Size 32 -- Average and tall Reg. 4.00 · · Now 2.99 Sizes 34-42 -- Average and tall -- Reg. 5.00 Now 3.99 Please no moil or phone order* All Sales Final -- no refunds on sale merchandise Now 3.50 Now 2.90 Specializing In Fashionable Sizes 12H-26V, 16-22, 38-52 Open Monday and Thursday Til 8:30

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