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Miss Peele Bride At Son's Chapel Son's Chapel was the scene'' of the 3:30 o'clock afternoon wedding on June 1, the anniversary of the marriage of the bridegroom's parents, of Miss Manna Ann Peele, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Peele of Fayetteville, and David L. Kenslow, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane L. Kenslow, .also of Fayetteville, The Rev. Brian Disney of Mission Boulevard Baptist Church performed the single ring ceremony. Palms and two large baskets of daisies, snapdragons, Dutch iris and other spring flowers were placed in the chancel. Na live ivy from the stone (walls of the church was used in wall sconces. Music was provided by Mrs. Barbara Hicketts, who played background themes of popular movies, and her husband, Roy Ricketts, sang "The Wedding Song." Given in marrage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white border eyelet embroi dery. The sleeveless dress was designed with a scoop neckline bordered with an eyelet ruffle, fitted bodice and. wide shaped inset midriff. The hemline was also bordered with a wide ruffle. The dress was fashioned by the mother of the bride. She wore a picture hat of white open straw with white streamers, pearl earrings and neck lace and an heirloom gol( . . . was Miss Marsha Ann Peele be/ore her afternoon bracelet, ing io her grand wedding at Sons Chapel mother. She carried a cascade arrangement of white daisies tiny yellow roses, and baby's breath. Miss Kathy Peele, the bride's sister, wore a mint green floor length gown of embroidered ba tiste with scoop neckline, shoi MRS. DAVID L. KENSLOW puffed sieves, raised iwaslline. sash with back streamers and] he neckline and hemline were of border batiste. It. too, was ashioned by Mrs. Peele. She) wore a matching picture h a t with white streamers and car- ied a nosegay of spring flowers. David Hale served the bride-1 jroom as best man and John C. Audrain and Jerry McCon-j nell were ushers. Mrs.Peele chose an afternoon dress of accordion pleated bete crepe featuring pink and white ands. Her corsage was of pink daisies. Mrs. Kenslow wore a Kelly green and white dress and a corsage of while daisies. Mrs. L. Kenslow of West Plains, Mo., the bridegroom's grandmother, wore a gold dress and corsage of yellow daisies. A reception followed at the home of the bride. Her grandmother presided at the guest book wearing a floor-length gown of pink brocade and a corsage of pink daisies. At age i5, her accessories were honor 3ius from Eastern Star and White Shrine. j When the couple left on a wed-1 ding trip to Eureka Springs, the bride was wearing a blue and cream flowered afternoon dress Â»ith while accessories. Her necklace was a gilt of the hridegroom. They arc now at home at 395 Assembly Road. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Michael Hurtdleston of Wichita, Kan., sister of the bridegroom, and her daughters, Lori and Kelli, Mr. and Mrs. L. Kenslow of West Plains. Mo., his grandparents, and Mr. and Mr. Raymond Ballentine of Englewo'od, Ohio, uncle and aunt of the bride. MISS JANICE LORAINE VINSON .. will be Mrs. James Edmund Jones MISS PAULA ELIZABETH HATLEY ... will marry Stephen Kinnaird in July MISS REBECCA REED . mm btcom* tht bridt oj Gary nock t* Avgtut MISS BARBARA ANN RAY . it ike bride-elect oj Robert Randolph Lusk l*rthw**t Arkansas TIMtS, Sun., AVCTTIVILLI, ARKANSAS MRS. DAVID LEE BREWER .. was Miss Susan Leigh Parker before her Saturday afternoon marriage Miss Parker Is Saturday Bride In a double ring ceremony aturday afternoon. June 22, at o'clock Miss Susan Leigh arker became the bride to Dart Lee Brewer at University aptist Church in Fayetteville. r. and Mrs. Lee Bryan Parker , of Fayetteville are parents the bride, amd Mr. and Mrs. erald David Brewer of Ei orado are parents of the ridegroom. The Rev. Robert Cupp of- ciated and Miss Finner Up- hurch played selections of the ouple's favorite hymns preced- g the ceremony and accom- anied Miss Jane Thomas who ang, "The Wedding Song," and Sweet Sweet Spirit," The sanctuary choir loft was entered with an arched candel- brum holding yellow tapers ehind an open Bible. Pedastals olding large natural baskets of aisles, yellow and white carna- ons and snapdragons flanked e wedding party. Presented in marriage by her alher, the bride wore a gown while organza over taffeta, eaturing a sheer yoke outlined 'ith pleated ruffles and lace, he collar and sheer bishop eeves were accented with the ame trim. A large Lwhite satin o\v decorated the back of the -line skirt which was bordered itli a wide pleated ruffle. He mantilla veil edged with lace owed from a lace band into chapel-length train, and she arried a Bible topped with a mall cascade of snapdragons, cllmv roses and lilies of the alley. Mrs. Willian Bruce Davis of itlle Rock was matron of ho- or and Miss I.ihhy Parker, sis- nf the b r i d e , ridestnaitl. They wore iden- cal l o n g dresses of ein- roidered y e l l o w gingham rimmed wi t h eyelnt and Â·hite picture hats trimmed ith gingham ribbon. They car- icd white baskets filled with aisies. carnations and snap- rayons. The bride's sister. Miss Lynn 'arker. and her brother. S'.even 'arker. lighted the candles. John T. Knight, uncle of the iriclegroom, was his best man lis brother-in-law, Jeter Morse vas groomsman, and ushers were Doug Beecher of Rogers Mark Webb of El Dorado and :eith Johnston of North Little Ro;:k. Mrs. Parker wore a long yel ow dress wlh matching jacke and Mrs. Brewer wore a lonp brocade cloth covered wit! rgandy edged with yellow rib on insertion. The bridesmaid Baskets and crystal candelahr olding yellow tapers former le centerpiece. Mrs. Jete ilorse, sister of the bridegroom was in charge of the bride' wok. When the couple left for hort wedding trip to Okla oma, the bride was iwearin dress of yellow gingham kni ith flocked flowers and pinne daisy corsage to her shoulder 'he couple will be at home ii lemphis where the bridegroon ttends Dental School. . Women's Seminar JVM Â», 1*74 Â· TA This'n Tkat About Town By MARY ALICE PEARSON This is the final day (or the fourth Annul dark NattV* Arts and Crafts Fair on top of the Boston Mountain*, sou* of Winslow, and if you haven't been, you ehould. Th an no- usually fine exhibit of arts and crafts. Washington County Legal Se retaries Association will con duct a one-day seminar entitled 'Legal Secretaries Up t h e : -adder" on Saturday, July 13, ,t the Downtown Motor Lodge n Fayetteville. The seminar will be in session * rom 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. w i t h ; luncheon served From 12" D'clock noon through 1 p.m. Guest speakers will included Valter R. Niblock, local prac- icing attorney and president of he Washington County Bar Association, and Marjorie Nih- ock, office manager for a law irm. Some of the topics to be covered will include "Becoming i Legal Secretary." "Today's :.egal Secretary," "New Hor- zons for the Legal Secretary." as well as group and panel discussions on various other related topics. The seminar is not restricted :o legal secretaries and is open ,o any interested person. There will be a nominal fee charged cover costs of the luncheon and hand-out material. Persons nterested in attending the seminar who would like more information mav cor'tact (!al Biswell. P.O. Box 567, Fayetleville. or at 442-6213. J u d y Warn may also be contacted at 442-7572. The deadline for making reservations is Tuesday. July 9. leoion-A"xi'iary Install Officsrs Candy Stripers Program Under Way At Medical Center When the 1954 senior clan of FayettevUle H4gh had a reunion last weekend at the Elki Lodge, teachers attending the dinner Saturday night were Mr. and Mn. Harry Vandergriff, Mr. and Mrs. William Duncan, Mr. and Mn, Ben Winborn, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Stokenbcrry, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Willis, Miss Bernke Karnes and Mrs. G. C. EBto. Some, but not all, were teaching at the school class graduated, and there was lots of reminiscing. Mark Kinion, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey J. Kintal Â«f Prairie Grove, is attending a student Science Training Program in Environmental Quality at Arkansas College in Btrtea ville, June 17 through July 17. This program is for 20 high ability high school Junior* and is supported by the National Science Foundation. Mark is one of ten students to receive a full scholarship to attend and is the first student from this area to go. tinue through Aug. 31. Serving are Linda Bierwierth. Sandv Carson, Robin Chism, C a t h y Cohb. M a r i l y n Crouch. Beth Douglas. [Catherine Emerson. Brenda Fields:Greta Hays. Kim Hceyoung. Clara Keegan, Cathy Kirhy, Terry Kirk, June I.ierly, Beth Liner. Zanc Markham. Susan Painter, Connie Papizan: Krin Patrick. Nancy Permington, Teresa Ralston Kathy Robinson. Allison Rodman, Melinda Rutledge. Lucia Scott. Pamela Smith. Patty Smith, Kathy West. Elizabeth York, and John Pearson. Those serving their second year as Cantly Stripers are Sharon Ammons. Marie Clinton, Linda Dolan. Debbie Neighbors and Lee Ann Wait. sie Dean, first vice president; Virginia Earls, second vice president; Lora Todd. s.ccre tary; Wanda Curtis, treasurer; Jessie Patterson, chaplain; Mabel Macldox, parliamentarian; Margie Stewart is among the more than 400 Alpha C h i Omegas attending the 39th biennial national convention of their sorority being held at Stoulfer's Inn in Atlanta, Ga. which convened Thursday and will adjourn Tuesday. So* Â· chapter adviser of Delta Rho chapter at the University her*. Cynthia Browne of El Dorado, president and delegate of the Delta Rho chapter, Mary Lee and Rosemary Fairhead of Jonesboro, Christine Cobb of Benton and Pamela Melntir* of Rolad, all collegiate members, are also there. Delegates and visitors represent 111 collegiate chapter* and 84 alumnae chapters of the 89-year-old organization. Barbara Black and daughters, Teresa and Linda, of Wellington, N.J., are guests of her parents, Wilma and Walter Coolick. They'll be here a month. Linda arms; Dempsey. and Nora sergeant-iU- Bee Lingcl- bach, historian. Bill Carroll acted as sergeant-at-arms for the installation. The committee in charge of arrangements was composed of Audrey Lightfoot. Bill Caroll and Susie Rochier. Guests were Jerry and Sharon Welch and their children and Mrs. Falwell. and several longtime members were present. The next session, a business meeting, will be held July 4 at 7 p.m. at the Legion Hut. Back from a three-week visit with friend* and reletives in Canada is Dorothy Dolson. All Fayetteville friends are sorry that Jo Deal and her children are moving to Piano, Texas in July and wish them happiness in their new home. Daughter, Jan, will attend .camp in Branson. Mo., before joining the family. She will be princess of her bribe Us year where her brother. Fred, was chief of his tribe when he attended. Nice for two in a family to receive this honor. Sandra Williams of North Little Rock, daughter of the Sherman Maddatts of Greenland and Â» 1966 graduate of Fay- elteville High School, made the Chancellor's LiÂ«t Â«t the University of Arkansas at Little Rock for the spring i Michael D. Johnston of Prairie Grove received a B.ft. degree at Colorado State University's spring comtaeaaMneat exercises on June 1. Mary Virginia Byroade is home after a visit with too an* daughter-in-law, Asfylon, apd,-,Louise Byroad*, and grsnd- daughter, Kate Byroade;'in Korea. M( Dora Mae and Howard Heckman entertained Sunday eiÂ»- ning with a sit-down supper for 12 at their home on JumÂ»Â«y Terrace honoring Shirley and Dr. George Comb* and their children, Laura, Frances and Gregg. Other guest* w e r * Margaret and Joe Rodman and three of their children, Debra, Allison and Jay. The centerpiece floral arrangement, contributed by *Â· Rodmans, harmonized beautifully with the hand-embroidered tulip and waterlily screw-pine place mats made In India. A feature at the table was a cold fruit soup, an idea borrowed from the Scandinavians, ladled from a tureen into individual dishes which had belonged to Howard's grandmother. H* showed colored slides of their Virginia home grounds ia springtime with dogwoods, azaleas, tulips, roses and other flowers in bloom, where the Heckmans lived for JJ year* before returning to Arkansas for retirement. The occasion was a farewell to the Combs family Â«*Â· moved to El Dorado this week and have sold their home next door to the Heckmans to Prof, and Mrs. Robert Bright of the Music Department at the University. Dr. Combs haa been here four years with the Engineering Department on an Exxon grant and one year was given "The Teacher of t h e Year" award. He is a deacon in the First Baptist Church. taught a Sunday School class and was active in the Evening Lions Club. Shirley was president of the Parent Teacher AÂ»- sociation. prominent in the Evening Lions Ladies Club, University Women's Club, her Beta Sigma Phi chapter and ia church affairs. They will be greatly missed by their many friends here. sheer green dress. Both won corsages of daisies and snap dragons. Immediately following th ceremony, a reception was heli it the church. Serving cake ;im ounch wore Miss Rebecca Hu 1 chcns. Miss Pain Brady. Mis , Saliv S'owanl and Miss M a r t h a ! American Legion and A u x i Webb The table was laid w i l h ; l i a r y had the regular monthly potluck supper Thursday night i at the Legion Hut in Faynttc- ville. A joint installation of officers for the year 1974-75 was held. Legion officers, installed by Bill Thrclkeld. are John Weir, commander: Eugene Dcmp'ey. first vice commander: John Howard, second vice commander: Charles Rochier, chapliin: The Candy Striper s u m m e r ; r v n n r l e ' Wilson, service officer; rogram is in full swing a t ; T o m F:ads. historian; Gene iVashington Regional Medical Snow, sergeant-at-nrms; and Center, according to Mrs. Joan Mrs, Al Marti, adjutant. Wilkins, director of volunteers Florence Stapleton instilled at the Center. Beginning on " ^ '-"win? auxiliary nfficr-rs. June 3. the program will con- Essie Padgett, presidcnl: John Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Follett. formerly of Fayetteville, have moved to Las Animas, Colo., where he lives with his daughter, Mrs. W. R. Stevens, and her family at 410 Cotton-wood. -Mrs. Follett is a resident of Bent County Nursing Home in Las Animas. Mrs. T. A. Sulkins, his niece, assisted them with Ihe move to Colorado. While here, boih were active in Veteran's affairs and Mm. Follett was an employee of the VA Hospital. He came to Fay- elteville in 1935 and Mrs. Follett had lived in Fayetteville since 1912. Her brother is Lester Elliott of War Eagle. Peggy Justman of Plaza International Travel has returned from Los Angeles where she attended a week's training program and visited tourist areas there. Shirley Bone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Bone of Prairie Grove, and a 1969 graduate of Prairie Grove High School, has been awarded membership to the Honorary Fin* Arts Fraternity of Abilene Christian College Metrocenter. Dallas, for outstanding participation in the field of music. She was also listed on the dean's honor roll with a 3.50 grade point average for this past spring semester. She it a junior music education major. William John Hayes of Fayettevilte received a from Harvard Law School on Thursday at Harvard University's 323rd Commencement. Dr. J. D. McConnell, son of Mrs. George L. McComB and the late Mr. McConnell. has accepted a position at th* University of Arkansas Medical Center in Little Bock as assistant pathologist. "Religious Roulette and Other Dangerous Games CTÂ«is ians Play," is the title of a new book to be published eartf in 1975 by Merle Allison Johnson, pastor of the United 1Mb- odist Church in Sitoam Springs. "The Kingdom Speahan" by Mr. Johnson was published in 197? and "Ancient Flew for Modern Man," in 1973.