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June 23, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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Miss Reed Is Recent Bride Miss Mary Gail Reed ! (he bride of R a n d y Behl in a wedding ceremony solemnized at 7:30 o'clock Saturday evening, June 15, in the First B list church in Lincoln. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thurman Reed of Lincoln. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Behl of Prairie Grove are the bridegroom's parents. The Rev. Staton Poscy of Lincoln officiated at the double ring rites. The couple exchanged vows before a setting of two brass candletrees holding tall slender candles entwined with 'emerald foliage. Two baskets containing mixed summer flowers and tied with pas tel blue ribbons wore placed on gold-finished floor standards to complete a l t a r decorations Kamily pews were designated with white satin bows. Mrs. George Schooler, pianist, played a recital of love songs previously selected by the bridal couple. She accompanied the bride's cousin. Bob Sparks of Broken Arrow. Okla., who sang "The Twelfth of Never" and "With This Ring." Mrs. Schooler played "The Bridal Chorus from Ixhengrin par- Little Miss Leslie Kidd o! Lincoln, a cousin, was flower girl. She wore a long dress, identical n design to those worn by tne bridesmaids, and carried a white wicker basket contaning white rose petals. She wore carnation wristlet corsage. Msaler Richie Kirk of Brok Arrow. Okla., a cousin, was ringbearer. Mr. and Mrs. Reed entertained with a reception at the church immediately following the ceremony. After guests signed bride's book, presided over by Meal Klores of FayeUe- they were greated by MRS. MICHAEL GENE PRICE . . . was Miss Dianne Lynn Scott before her marriage on June 15 Bnd n June Miss Dianne Lynn Scott and Michael Gene Price were united in marriage Saturday, June li. at the Sprirrgtiale Revival Tabernacle. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Scott of Springdale and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Price of Elkins. The Rev. Paul Eden performed the ceremony under a traditional arch decorated with Emorald greenery and matching candles. After a program of wedding music By Galen Royd. Mrs. Pan.- Penn snnR "Twelfth of Never" and "Whither Timu Goest." The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown o white organza and peau d ange lace with Vcnisc nppliqu' highlights. The empire waistline and A-line skirt with detachable train were lavishly trimmec with lace. The fitted bodice had a high neck-line trimmed will Venise lace and her headpiece was trimmed in lace with atlached illusion chapel-lcmgt 1 veil. Miss Nancy Crabtrec wa maid of honor. Bridesmaid were Miss Jocly Price and Mis Kathy Hodge. Miss Brand;, Johnson \vas Flower girl. Bryce Salsbury served best man, groomsmen were Jin Wood and John Beard Junior Reynolds was ring bearer. A receplion was held at th Ramada Inn after the cere mony. Hostesses were Mrs Billy' Eden. Mrs. Paul Eden Mrs. Brcnda Eden and lira Noel Anderson. Miss Teres Ball presided al the guest book A f t e r a wedding trip, th couple will be at home in We. ley. Workshop Being Sponsored By Nurses League A one-day workshop entitled Cultivating Winners" is being nousored at Ramada Inn in aycllcville on Tuesday, by the \ r k a n s a s League for Nursing, ccording to Mrs. Dorothy loon 1 , AI.N Consultant. The 'orkshop is free and is open o the public. The purpose of the workshop s to explore problems and hallenges and examine the neiilal effect of the problems n each member of the family. Dr. June B. Ellis, presided f Child and Family Cnnsult- .nts. Inc., of Fort Smith, will onduct the workshop. Mrs. Jllis, a former assistant irofcssor at Tulane University school of Medicine, is a psychotherapist working with wed mothers and delinquent ·hilclrcn. She has lectured extensively and has achieved numerous honors for her professional work. Registration begins at 9:15 a.m. lace which framed It extended into a EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB by Wagner as the bridal ly entered the sanctuary. "The VVedding March' from a Mid Slimmer Night's Dream by Mendelsshohn was used as the recessional. Walking lo fhe altar with her father, who gave her in marriage, the bride wore a formal gown of French Canlilaee over Nylostar. The Empire bodice was defined and joined to a full skirt by blue satin cord. Lace trimmed the portrait neckline and the cuffs of the long full sleeves. A deep ruffle, attached to the bottom of the skirt by blue satin cord, dipped to the floor at the back. The bride wore a mantilla of sheer English illusion edged in a rose- patterned ' ' ' ' her face. cathedral train beyond the"ieng- th of her dress. She carried a while Bible, a gift from her grandparents, topped by a cascade bouquet of baby's breath yellow daisies, blue statice and miniature pink carnations centered with a white orchid. Miss Kathryn Roberts of Tulsa. Okla. was the bride's honor a t t e n d a n t . Miss Terry Reed,the bride's sister, and Miss Ellen Behl, the bride- ·groom's sisler, were bridesmaids. They were attired in i dental long dresses of blue satin with an overlay of sheer Miramisl. The dress bodices were Empire in slyle and defined by seed pearls. The dress portrait necklines were complemented by short belled sleeves. Each wore a while lace piclure hat banded in matching blue satin ribbons which crossed in the back and fell as streamers to the waistlines. Their flowers were colonial nosegays of mixed summer "lowers. Garth Campbell of Prairie Grove was best man. Groomsmen were David Behl of Prairie G r o v e , t h e bridegroom's brother, Don Ledford of Fayetteville. Ushers were Ricky Reed and David Allison, both of Fayetteville. Mrs. ville, members of the bridal party. Mrs. Reed chose for her daughter's wedding a long pastel blue polyester knit dress wilh long sleeves and a matching belt wilh rhineslone buckle. Her accessories were white. Mrs. Behl, the bridegroom's mother, was attired in off-white eyelet. Both wore white cymbidium orchids. In the d i n i n g room, the bride's table was draped :n pastel blue and centered wilh a bouquet of summer flowers inlermingled with lighted blue tapers in an oblong arrangement. At one end of the table was placed the Ihree lieretl wedding cake embossed in blue rosebuds and ornamenled by cupid on the to playetr. A miniature bride and groom figurine was placed between trra first and second layers. A milk glass punch howl containing frosted pineapple punch was placed at the opposite end of Ihe lable. Mrs. Delmer Matthews, a cousin, and Mrs. Harold Pols- Miss Duell To Join In Recital iampal, French flutist; «t iiraiford. Ontario, Canada, after rarl nation. In July, she will present a The are Dr. and Mrs,. Ar- Due" of Fayclteville. recital will open with' in A minor for riule Bach. Miss Duell will th* nastasi in "A Serenade-' for f l u t e and The Presscr iola by William final selections Miriam Duell of Faycltcvillc, flutist, will join Beatriz Pilapil. pianist, and Roy Nastasi, violist, in a fine arts recital at the University of Arkansas Arts Center Concert Hall at d p.m. Wednesday, June 26. F r e n c h at I Miss Duell, who graduated Academy at _Bast from the University of Arkansas with a bachelor of music with honors degree and J bachelor of arts with honor: degree in French, studied with [,y University professor Roger ^j n Widder for 12 years. She look a master of music deeree from Northeast Louisiana Universitj at Monroe where she. studied with Dr. Eugene Sternqucst. Also she played with sym phony orchestras at both uni versities. She took a maste c l a s s under Jean-Pierre ,--___ -SHiimnii TMimwiTM»iiiiiiii[i»Bitiiiiii lul 111lllllffll mm : Daily Calendar of Events Sunday Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. AV-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. resscr ill be with Miss Pilapil. They will play "Three R"" 1 . 311 ^,, 1 ?? Robert Schumann and Sonata in D Major" for flute arid-piano b'y Prokolietf. The rccilal is open public and is free. to thus MRS. RANDY BEHL .. . was Miss Mary Gail Reed before her June 15 marriage grave, both of Lincoln, served the cake. Miss Debbie Roberts of Tulsa, Okla., and Miss Susan Adams of FayeUeville served punch. Miss Martha Petty of Tulsa, Okla., a cousin, distributed rice bags. Further assisting were Mrs. David Kidd, Mrs. Paul Swaim, both of Lincoln and Mrs, Kenneth Petty of Tuba. All members o fthe house party wore daisy gift corsages. When the young couple left on a honeymoon, Mrs. Belli h;u changed lo light blue pantsuil with matching blue shell anc a white and blue striped jackel designed with a tailored and short puffed sleeves wore the orchid from her line She bridal bouquet pinned at her shoulder. The couple will live in Prairie Grove. She is employed in the Office of the Registrar at the University of Arkansas and he s employed by Shiloh Tank ant! Erection Corporation of Spring dale. . . . BETHEL GROVE . Roll call was answered by members on ways to improve diets at the June meeting held in the borne of Mrs. Velma Buckner. The current slate of officers were re-elected for another term and information was given on the annual club tour of Ex- lension Homemaker Clubs in the county. The meeting adjourned and refreshments were served by the hostess. Vinson-Jones WATER WEIGHT PROBLEM? USE X-PEL ticm wafer · Ac body ta to Md up ol fimmstml period a* be ·ocomfort. Me, X-PEL.. i nH terete, Kin help iu lost acts body ntcr night. 0 11 il. Northwest Arkansas Plaza ! Ladies Auxiliary Hears Report On State Convention World War I, 1786, Ladies Auxiliary met last week at Hillcrest Towers Recreation Cenler for the monthly session. Mrs. Garnet Jackson conducted the business session as president of the group and reports were made by various chairmen on activities. Six pairs of houseshoes were turned in for patients at the VA Hospital, and it was voted to give money for the coffee hour at the hospital. The group serves coffee the second Monday of each month. Tt was voted to have politick dinners at each future meeting jointly with racks, and a annual convention in Hot Springs June 10, 11 and 12th at the Majestic Hotel was given by Mrs. Flora Bailey. Penny-Saver SMITH'S Communication 2-Way .Radio Toot 2-wilV radio SB N. CMItR For Your Prescription Ne«d» See Us QUAKER DRUG tt E. Center -- 442-424« City Parking Lot In R«»r When sewing plastic trimming on a coat or jacket, smooth on a drop of salad oil or haby oil along the stitch line so that the needle of your machine tines not stick or pucker the trim. Monday Recycling Center, West Street, All Day Every Day Recycling Sub-Station for Newspapers, Behind Bullerfield Trail School, All Day Evrey Day Community Adult Center, Hillcresl Towers, Monday through Friday. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. : Welcome Wagon Bowling, Ozark Lanes, 10 a.m. : Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:3 Op.m. | Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. : TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7 ; 30.p.m. Washington Lodge No. 1 FAM, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. -Miimiiirniiiiiii 1 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiini nn iimniM the Men's Bar report on the 21st /V PRE - 4TH OF JULY Clearance The next meeting July 20. . will be held FREE CLASSES Beginners Crochet. Beginner Knitting. . .July 1, 9:30 a.m. -11:30 a.m. .July 2, 9:30 a.m. -11:30 a.m. Needlepoint ......... July 3, 9:30 a.m.-ll:30 a.m. Crewel Embroidery ... .July S, 9:30 a.m.-ll:30 a.m. Charge is for materials only. Enrolment Is Limited -so, please register at once. La Petite Yarn Shop Evelyn Hills Shopping Center 443-2151 Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vinson Jr.. of Elkins announce their approaching marriage of their daughter, Janice Loraine, to James Ed 111 on Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Jones of Fayetteville. Wedding vows will be exchanged June 29 at the First Baptist Church in Elkins. The couple will reside in Fay- eUcville where both are employed. Ray-Lusk Miss Barbara Ann Ray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ray of Fort Smith, is engaged to marry Robert R a n - dolph (Randy) Lusk. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lusk of Fayetteville. The bride-elect is a student at the University of .Arkansas where licr fiance was [ graduated in the spring of 1974. .He will teach band at Gentry | High School in the fall. The wedding will bo an event of 'Aug. 3 at the First United ! Methodist Church in Fort ; Smith. Reed-Flack Mr. and Mrs. Jim F. Reed | Liberal. Kan. The bride-elect of Greathouse Springs announce j S^uater! , !fm } . Springdale , i . , ,,,, i H i a h School and is attending me engagement of their ciaugh-' S o - l ] 0 v a h Prac , lical X u r s ( » ter, Rebecca, to Gary F l a c k , , school. Her fiance is a graduate son of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford I of Laverene. Okla.. High School Flack of Springdale. Miss Reed I and is employed in Siloam is the grandanghter of Mr, and iSprings. The wedding will be Mrs. Joe S. Reed and Mrs. F.d-lan event of 2:30 p.m., Aug. 17. Johnson, all of Fayetteville. The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Flack of Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Barnes of at Elm Springs Methodist Church. Friends are invited to the \vedding and reception which will follow in Fellowship Hall. Hatley-Kinnaird Mr. Mrs. Pete Hatley of Fort Smith announce the en- Kappa and Alpha Lambda Del ta academic honoarv society. Cement of their daughter. *£ ^s^ De^trS^ Paula Elizabeth, to Stephen [University. The prospective Kinnaird. son of Mr. and Mrs.'bridegroom attended the Uni- R, A. Kinnaird Jr., of Hot versity and is now locally e-m- Springs. The bride-elect grad- 'ployed. The wedding will be uated from the University of July 20 at the Presbyterian Arkansas in May 197,1 where Christian Campus Center in ib» was a member of Phi BetaiFayetteville. SEMI-ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE from our regular stock of fine children's wear REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Nmttiweit Arkorucj Mom Opm TH feOO p.m. Nightry COLORFUL SUMMER PRINTS Colorful summery designs on a wkte range of textures. Many natural backgrounds are included. Machine wash, 44"/45" wide cotton, acrylic, polyester blends. VALUES TO $2.49 YARD SPORTS FABRICS FAMOUS DAN RtVER SEERSUCKER PLAIDS -WOVEN PLA/DS · FANTASY SCREEN PRINTS · PtAJD STRIPE SUITINGS ·COTTON DUCK PRINTS ·PIQUE PLAIDS Select from a wide range of novelties on sport weaves and weights. Machine wash cotton, acrylic, polyester blends. 44"/45" wide. VALUES TO $2.69 YARD $109 ^ DRESS FABRICS FAMOUS DISNEY CHARACTER DUCK BROADQOTH PRINTS ·OTTOMAN SCREEN PRINTS · LA BELLE SCREEN PRINTS ·FLOCKED FANCIES ·PLAID SUITINGS Colorful screen prints and novelties 44"/45" wide on- machine wash, cotton/pcdyester/aarytic Wends. VALUES TO $236 YARD ^ PARTY FABRICS ·ASSORTED EMBROIDERIES ·WOVEN SWISSAIR ·SPLENDOR PRINTS ·FANCY KNITS Wide range of very colorful dress up fabrics. 44"/45" wide. Machine wash cotton/aery lie/poly ester. VALUES TO $3.96 YARD $700 ^ SO-FRO FABRICS always jirtt quality fabric* Open Doily 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Northwest Arkansas Plaza

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