Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 30, 1974 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, June 30, 1974
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JJortfjtoest SECTION B FAVETTEVHU, ARKANSAS, SUNDAY, JUNE 30, 1974 To Steven Daniel Tennant Miss Hollingsworth Wed Miss Susan Jane Hollingsworth, dairghter of the Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Hollingsworth of Elm Springs, became the bride of Steven Daniel Tennant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Tennant in a douulc-ring ceremony June 14 at the Immanuel Baptist Church in Rogers. The bride's father read the ceremony before an allar fea- turing a heart-shaped candelabra holding 21 cathedral tapers flanked by (an shaped arrangements of white gladioli and stock and nine-branched candelabra. A. L. Hollingsworlh Jr., presented his sister in marriage. She was attired in a floor-length gown of white organza over taffeta designed with a fitted MRS. STEPHEN DANIEL TENNANT ... is the -former Miss Snsan Jane Hollingsworth, lace bodice re-embroidered with sleeves witti wide cuffs. The Aline skirt and cathedral-length train featured panels of matching lace. · Her shoulder-length v»il of illusion was held by a crown of lace and seed pearls and she carried a cascade bouquet of white sweetheart roses and carnations. As she approached the altar she presented a rose to her mother and upon leaving the altar presented one to her mother-in-law. Mrs. Judy Gore, sister of the bride, was matron of honor; Miss Malynn Skelton was maid of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Betty Strode and Miss Sherry Weimer. They wore floor-length gowns of white organza with lace bodices and long sheer sleeves The softly gathered skirts ended in a wide ruffle accented with blue crystal beads. They were white picture hats and carried colonial bouquets of blue carnations and babys breath with blue and white streamers. Miss Dawn Logue, candleligh ter and Heather Logue, flower girl, wore white dresses adorned with blue and whits lace pinafores and bonnets. Chance Hollingsworth and Shane Gore were ringbearers. Vernon Tennant served his son was best man and gioorns men were Mike Tennant, Mike Shoemaker and Rick Hagelee Guests were seated by Jim Hollingsworth, Don Gore, Jefl Tennant and Jody Cheatham. A program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Richan Mason, pianist and Miss Chery Vaughn, organist. Soloists were 0. J. Pierson and Chery Vaughn. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Hollingsworth chose a floor-length gown of coral chit fon and a corsage of white sweetheart roses. Mrs. Tennan wore a floor-length gown o' pale blue with a matching cor sage. A reception followed at the church fellowship Hall. The refreshment table was covere with with a white satin cloth edgec lace and overlaid witl daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Hollingsworth of wn ite net Two fivebranchec Elm Springs s i l v e r candelabra holding ighted tapers and surrouhde by pastel carnations formed th setting for the three-tierec wedding cake. The bridesmaids bouquets accented the punch bowl table Mrs. Kay HoUingsworth. Mrs Lorene Hollingsworth, Mis Alice Pinkley and Miss Jeanni Taylor presided at the tables. Miss Betty Hardin, cousin of the bride, was in charge of th guest book. For her honeymoon trip th bride chose a floor-length dres of blue voile trimmed with cro Miss Sara Vinzant Bride In Ceremony In an evening ceremony on| Saturday, June 22, at Iho First United Presbyterian Church in Fayelteville, Miss Sara Katherine Vinzanfc IK came the bride of JeFfery Lynn Koenig. Parents of the couple arc Dr. and Mrs, John W. Vinzant of Fayctteville and Mrs, .Lorraine- Koenig of Lakeviow. The Kev. Claiborne M. Bell performed the ceremony, Mark Brock man organist, presented a program of music, ami Thomas Carey Vinzant, brother of the bride, lighted the candles. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gown or ivory organza over taffeta. Tho empire bodice was of Peaud'Ange lace, and the long filled sleeves Uore appli- ques of the same lace. The sott A-lino skirt was accented at the hemline with matching lace border winch continued on the full, chapel-length, incorporated train. The bride's headpiece was a camelot cap of matching lace and! .seed pearls from which an elbow-length veil of illusion fell and she carried a cascade bouquet of gardenias and stephanotis. Miss Frances Gayle Ches- nntt, the bride's cousin, was her maid of honor, and Rudy Hatcher of Mountain Home was best man. Ushers were John Richmond Vinzant, 'brother of the bride, of Fayetteville, David Dust oF Mountain Home, Joe Neil Bruce of Fayetteville, Tom Harrison of Fayetteville and Mike Holler of Uttle Rock. The couple will make their home in Kansas City, Mo,, where the bridegroom is employed as an .electrical engineer Eiiirl the bride is a student at the University of Missouri, Kansas City. cheted lace. Both are sophomores at the University of Arkansas anc Following their wedding trip t California will reside in Fay etteville. MRS. MARK RONALD PRYOR ... was Miss Jan Vohs, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Vohs of Siloam Springs, before her marriage in Bethel United Methodist Church Miss Vohs Weds On Anniversary Miss Jan Vohs, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. P. Vohs of Siloam Springs, became t h e bride (if Mark Ronald Pryor, son of Mrs. Margaret Allen of Fairbanks, Alaska, and Tommy Pryor of Siloam Springs, at Bethel United Methodist Church in West Siloam Springs, Okla., at 7 o'clock on June 15, the twenty-seventh wedding anniversary of the bride's parents. The double ring ceremony was performed by the father of the bride, assisted by V. E. Peterson of Salina, Kan., before the altar banked with greenery, accented on each side with white pedestals holding fern arrangements. Mrs. H. B. Stevens of Southwest City, Mo., provided organ music preceding the ceremony. Vocal and instrumental music on the piano and guitars was by Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Southworth and Tina, Mrs. Letty Jo Daring and Bill Peabody. The bride was escorted to the allar by her father. She wore a gown of salapeau and Venise lace. Blue satin ribbon accented the empire bodice, shepherdess sleeves, weeding ring collar and the border, of the A-line skirt. Her mantilla fell from a tiara and she carried a bouquet of miniature white carnations, blue delphinium, stephanotis, ivj and baby's breath atop a white Bible. Her bouquet was entwin ed with a strand of pearls, a gift to the bride from the mother of the bridegroom. Mrs. Ned Phillips of Kansas Okla., was matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Misses Connie Kliewer, Big Bow, Kan. Marti Finnen, Denver, Colo, and Mrs. Randall J. Vohs, Fay etteville, sister-in-law of the bride. They wore pastel blue gowns and streamers of blue satin ribbon in their hair. The! bouquets were of the sam flowers as the bride's bouqujt Rebecca Herbig was flower girl, and Shannon Orden carriei" the rings. George Fletcher was bes man, groomsmen were Stev Farley, Terry Gatrell am Danny Barnes, and ushers wen Evan Vohs, Randall Vohs, am Kevin Schimon. Mrs. Vohs chose a floor-leng th pastel floral print dress an( Mrs. Pryor wore a lime greor dress. Both wore corsages o white carnations. A reception followed the cere mony at the church. The couple will make their home in Siloarr Springs where both are em ployed. In Double-Ring Ceremony Tote-Stephens Vows Repeated MRS. JEFFREY LYNN KOENIG In a candlelight ceremony on June 15 at Calvary Baptist Church, Miss Peggy Gayle Stephens became the bride of Ralph Alfred Tate Jr. Parent* of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Lade Stephens of Fayetteville and Mrs. Mildred Tate of Qkins and the late Ralph Tate. The Rev. Jerry Burnaman officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Arched candelabra entwined with greenery and matching columns topped with Grecian urns holding arrangements of pink and white gladioli enhanced the altar. A prie dicu and gold stand holding a unity candle completed th« decorations. Escorted to the altar by her f a t h e r , the bride wore a formal-length gown of bridal satin and embroidered lace. Accented with pearls and a Dior bow at the back waist. Her veil of illusion was edged In matching lace and she carried a cascade bouquet of pink and white sweetheart poses, feathered carnations and baby's breath. She carried a silk handkerchief borrowed from her maternal grandmother, Mrs. E. A. Tomlinson of Elkins. The handkerchief had belonged to Mrs. Tomlinson's great-grandmother, Mrs. Christopher Columbus Johnson. Miss Gerakh'ne Ann Stephens was her sister's maid of honor. She wore a floor-length gown of pink and white floral print and a picture hat. Her bouquet was of pink and white feathered carnations. Miss Jan Tate, niece of the Bridegroom, was flower girl. Her gown was similar to that of the honor attnedant. Jimmy Tate was his brother's best man and ushers were also brothers. Mart and Max Tate along with Danny and Bohhy Murphy. Ringbearer was Jim Bob Stephens, a cousin of Iho bride. Mrs. Larry Dowel), organist p r e s e n t e d a selection of traditional wedding music and accompanied soloist John Hussy who sang "T h e Twelfth of Mrs. Ronald Thurston, sister of the bride, was in charge of the guest book. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Stephens chose a beige ensemble wit hmatching accessories and the hridegroom's mother was attired in blue. E.ach wore on orchid corsage. A reception followed in ilie church Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Max Tate. Miss S h a r o n Slephenson, Mrs. T.eon Cale and Mrs. aPtricia Bailey pro sided ot the refreshment table. Rice bags were distributed b\ Stanley Thurston, nephew of th bride. For travel to St. Louis, t h e brtde wore a pink dress wit corsage of pink sweethear roses. T h e y will reside in Kay etteville. fresbyterian Church in Fayetteville MR. AND MRS. TATE by~binnf aod"Bobby~MurphyTM · · · following their marriage at Calvary Baptist Church n Lutheran Ceremony Herrmann-Johnson Vows Said! John Victor Herrmann and liss Sandra Lee Johnson were nited in marriage in a 3 'clock ceremony, Sunday, June at St: John's Lutheran hurch in Fayetteville. Parents t the couple are Mr. and Mrs. 'rank LaFontaine of Hanna, Vyo., and Mrs. Lucile Her'r- nann of Soquel, Calif. The double ring ceremony as performed by the Rev. Richard Claybaker. The altar ·as decorated with a bouquet F spring flowers and flanked y candelabra holding white andles and tied with yellow wws. The weddirtg banner, a ilt made by Philip Herrmann, ung in the sanctuary, illustrat- ng the wedding text chosen by ne couple, Ephesians 5:1-2." "phesians 5:1-2. Pie-nuptial music was pre- ented by Max Ryan, who also ang, "The Lord's Prayer." Irs. Louise Ryan sang "Day y Day," before the service. The bride, escorted by her ather, chose a gown of silk rganza and peau, de soie. /enice lace accented the neck- :ne, bodice and cuffs of the ong, full sleeves, A profile leadpiece of Venise lace and iced pearls held her veil of illu- ;ion. She carried a handker- tiiof belonging to her late laternal grandmother and a pring colonial bouquet of oses, carnations and baby's ireath. Miss Linda Johnson served ier sister as maid of honor. Other bridal attendants were liss Phyllis Herrmann, sister if the bridegroom, and Miss 'indy Johnson, sister of the tride. They were all attired in loor-lenglh .dresses of lilac affeta designed with 'scoop eckline, short puffed sleeves" and a large rciffle hemline, y wore gold pendant neck- aces, a gift from the bride, and carried colonial bouquets if white daisies and pink sweet- leart roses, Lauri Kay LaFon- aine, sister of the bride, was lower £i rl. Her dress was tyled similar to the bridesmaids and she carried a white asket filled with spring lowers. Philip Herrmann, brother of iie bridegroom, was best man. i i ' o o m s m e n were Thomas lirsch and John Jackson, and shers were Guy Mike Elwell, 'ictor Drcier and Barry Wells. Mrs. LaFontaine chose for ier daughter's wedding .a floor- ength dress of mint green knit, llrs. Herrmann wore a floor- cngth dress of yellow knit. Both had corsages of daisies and roses. A reception followed at the church. The centerpiece for the serving [able was a three-tiered vcdding cake topped with a C h ristogra m gold c ross a nd lowers. The bride's bouquet and those of her attendants also iraced the table. Assisting were Mr. and Mrs. Duane Feldmann, Mrs. Carol Jlaybaker, Claire Fitts, Dorohea Jeske, Debbie Adam, Dorothy Allen, Linda Tipton, C a r o l Longstaff, Elizabeth Adam, Becky Al len, Becky Adam, Margie Belles and \a ncy Rupprech t. Later tha t ivening, a wedding dinner was held at the Holiday Inn for the kansas, and the bridegroom, '4 This 'N That About Town Barbara Bennett Steele, who s here from California visiting ier parents. Geneva and Vine ilumenberg, was the inspiration for a .small reunion Thurs- lay at FayeUeville Country Dlnb when a few of her long- .ime friends got together for unch and lots of visiting. Kay Thompson Bracken of Hot Springs drove up for the day, Sylvia Fitzgerald Bogart of Stuttgart, who is here visiting her parents, the Irving -'itzgeralcls', Barbara Wester Mope of L i t t l e Rock, guest of her p a r e n t s , the Wallace Westers', and S u s i e .Vade Cohvell, Joanne Wester iandlin and Btllie Jo Gabriel Starr of Fayelteville made up :hc group. In the few short years since hey .went to high school togc- :hcr. they found that one (Barlara Steele) is the only g r a n d mother in the group, thai ictwecn the .seven of them, they had 26 children, and that there are no friemis like old friends. Back from the Chi Omega national convention In White Sulphur Springs ore Mary Lucille Yoe and Betty Askew. Tn a ceremony at 7 p.m. Frl- lay, June 7, in the First Baptist hurch in Siloam Springs, Miss Jnda Lee Brooks and Hubert *ee Ward exchanged marriage 'ows. The Rev. Jeff Cheatham ead the single-ring service. Parents of the couple are Mr. md Mrs. Frank Brooks and Mr. md Mrs. Hubert S. Ward, all »f Siloam Springs. White urns on pedestals filled vith yellow gladioli, white hrysanthemums and blue car- lations and candles formed the lackground. Mrs. Dorothy Hall iresented wedding music at the rgan and accompanied Bill iergthotd. brother-in-law of the 'tridegroom, as he sang. Can- lies were lighted by Dean and )enms Bergthold, nephews of he bridegroom. The bride was escorted by er father and wore a white mported swiss organza dress lesigned with widened neckline, impire bodice, short sleeves inrt a formal train. The gown t'as embellished with Venise ace appliques and a wide blue rganza sash circled the raised vaistline and continued as an nsert on each side of the train o the hemline. Her crescent ace headpiece held her veil and he carried a bouquet o( dai- ies. baby's breath and yellow oses. Jean and Dob Knidener who moved to Wyoming last sum mer are visiting in Fayctteville with friends made while the lived here and to be present r or (he Golden Weddin? cele bralion of his parents. Ola and Robert Knidener. Guests of Mildred Mitchel this weekend are her daughter and .son-in-law. Ebie and Robert Burgc of West Helena, and her grandchildren. Dana and Gor don Mitchell ol Sacramento who will spend (he rest of the summer here with her and with their father. George Mitchell. And more ncwj of the Mitchell family, Pauline and Davit and their children have bough :he home of Janice and Lanny Van Eman and will move August 1. Juanita and Bill 'Duncan am Dottie and Dave Hildhold at tended the annual convention o K i w a n i s International in Den ver, Colo., last week. MR, AND MRS. HERMANN :.,; ... at the time of their June 2 marriage at St. John's:' Lutheran Church ".' :, Miss Linda Ward ] Weds In Ceremony Mrs. John Fallen, cousin of the was matron of honor and bridesmaids were j M i ' s ' f Cindy Galloway and Miss Shirley Ward. They wore dotted swiss dresses, Mrs. Fallen's was bjue arid the others yellow* and picture hats. .-^ Gary Ward served his brother as be 0 -! man, Scott VanLaningt- bam (i:ut Terry Lee were groomsmen, and Dean and Dennis Bergthold seated gueslsj Mrs. Bill flassebcrg attended the guest book. * Alyssa Fallen, flower girl carried a small white haskcjt of blue and white petals. Dou* Bergtholrt was ringnearer. T Mrs. Brooks was attired in i aqua hlttf knit full-lengtfc dress with chi[fon sleeves anij white accessories. She wore "a corsage of yellow carnation^ Mrs- Ward wore a long dress of yellow chiffon with gol$ accessories and her corsag* was of blue carnations. £ A reception followed in thfc social rooms of the church. ' -k After a wedding trip to Col£ rado Springs, Mr. and Mr$! Ward are at homo in Siloan Springs where the bride · i employed. The bridegroom currently .working on bis do tors degree in Administratio Education at thn University f is employed in Fayetteville. MRS. HUBERT LEE WARD ... was Miss Linda Lee Brooks before her June :T; marriage in Siloam Springs J-}

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