Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on June 30, 1974 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, June 30, 1974
Page 11
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r Bride-To-Be Mr. and Mrs. Virgil D. Jones of Springdalc announce t h e engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Frances, to Ray Terry, snn of Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter V. Terry of Harlingen, Tex. Both Miss Jones and her fiance are employed in Houston. An August wedding in (lie Houston Hermann Park Rose Garden is planned. Engagement Told Col. and Mrs. Edwin Cash of Fayetteville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of Ihcir daughter, Cynlhia Catherine, to Daniel Ben Burrow HI, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ben Burrow Jr., «f Angusla. Miss C a s h is a graduate of T. C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va., and is presently a junior Music Education student at the University of Arkansas. T h e prospective bridegroom is a.graduate of Laura Conner High School in Augusta and is a senior majoring in Mechanical Engi nenring at the University. An Aug. 18 wedding is planned at Hie home of the bride, 7000 Old Wire Road. Plans August Wedding Miss Marsha Kay Morgan will become Ihe bride ol jer- ry F. Smith on Aug. 18 in Ihe First Raptisl Church of Moan- tain H«me. The bride-elect is the ilaighler of Mr. ami Mrs. R. L. Morgan of Mountain Home and her fiance is t h e .·on of Mrs. Pan! Henrtrix of fingers and P. 1. Smith of Biadsvilk. Misi Morgan, » graduate of Mountain H o m e High School, is a journalism critical inn major at (he Unl versrty of Arkansas where she Is a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. The prospective bridegroom is a Speech and Drama major at the University and is a graduate ol Kayetleville High School. Couple Wed In Florida In a double-ring afternoon eremony on June 8!in Winter [aven, Fla., Miss Martha Ann urner became the bride of Al «rt Daniel Moscley Jr. Parents of the couple are Dr. nd Mrs. Alexander, J. Turner if Brownwood, Tex., and Mr. nd Mrs. Albert Daniel Moseley r. of Fayetteville. The bride's father performed le ceremony assisted by Or. acob Gamble at the F i r s t Baptist Church. The altar was ecorated with" potted green alms, seven branched can- elebra and baskets of mixed pring flowers. Presented in marriage by her ather, the bride wore a gown f crepe · and Venise lace and bouffant veil of illusion secured by a camelot cap. Her boil- uet was a cascade arrange- icnt of white daisies and aby's breath. Miss Lillian Jordon was maid T honor, and bridesmaids were lie Misses Linda Denmark \ T ancy Grist and Vicki Hanson. Green Willis of Tampa, Fla., .'as best man and the grooms- nun and ushers were Jeff 'urner. Ricky Hewett and lacy Dexter. Mrs/ Turner wore a gown of pale gold and Mrs. Mosalev Aose an ensemble of powder blue. Each wore a carnation corsage. Special guests were the Jrandmothers. Mrs. Oliver .ollar of Fayetteville and Mrs. luhen Turner of Gainesville Pla. A reception followed the cere mony. The couple, after a wedding rip to the Ozarks. will make heir home in Belle Glade, Fla. A Woman's Word The Week Bears Repeating By The Associated Press Here are some quotable quotes from women during the week: never leave that pla::e. I've been offered open-end contacts and everything, but this s going to be my life." One- :ime film star Betty Hutton, lately housekeeper-cook of a Rhode Island Catholic rectory, at a rfev York S100-a-plate di'n ner in her honor. "That you sentence me is oL some importance. For how long you sentence me is of no rele vance lo anything. I regard ii with the contempt it deserves. 1 Dr. Bridget Rose Dugdale, sen tcnced to nine years imprison ment for art theft by a Dublin Ireland, court. "It was an o u t r a g e and a shock. Six of us got together and said this nonsense has go to slop. Today, we have abou 6,000 people on our list. Why do people have to be defined bj race, or sex or age?" Margarel Kuhn, speaking in protest oL doctor's treatment of the aged on behalf of the Gray Panther at the American Medical Association convention in Chicago. "The terrorists ran up our stairs shooting at every door, turned off all the lights, and wi pushed the piono against thu door to keep them out." Hanna Hiilevi. a 24-year-old housewife who survived an Arab terrors attack on her apartment build ing in N'ahariyya, Israel. NorhSwMl Arkanwt TIMB, Sun., JUM 30, 1974 FAVrrTKVILLK. AMUkMSA* Knights Templar Commander To Make Official Visit Here Sir Knight M. C. Lewis Jr. of Hot Springs, right eminent grand commander of the Grand Commandery of Arkansas, will visit Baldwin Commandery No. 4 at Fayetteville on Thursday, July 18. at 7:30 p.m. All Knights Templar are invited to attend. Lewis is a past grand maGter of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Alasons of Arkansas, a past grand patron of the Arkansas Eastern Star, and is also assistant rabban of the Sahara Temple of the Nobles of the Mystic Shrine. HQ is a practicing attorney, a former Municipal Judge of Hot Springs and a past international director of Lions International. He is also a member of the Jurisprudence Committee of the grand encampment of Knights Templar of the United States. As the subject for his talk, Lewis will use his theme for the year. "Knights Templar. Masons Serving Christ." He will also explain the operation of the Knight Templar Eye Founation and the Templar educational loan fund Ac c o f d i n g to Walter Baugus, eminent commander of the Commandery, dinner will be served at 6 p.m. before the meeting and refreshments after the meeting. Marriage Told Dr. and Mrs. Carter Priced of 'ayettcville a n n o u n c e " t h « marriage of their daughter, "linger, to En.est Guerre, son if the 1 a t e Mr. and Mrs. Mite Juerro of McAllen, Tex. Th« wedding took place at 2 p.m. on June 30 in Mountainburg. The bride is a student at Texas Women's University where ihe received ? scholarship in home economics, and the bride- Xoom is a student at North Texas State University. They will make thier home in Denon, Tex. wxmrr WATCH MMUB SWIFTS Ctuu totbctV MRS. ALBERT DANIEL MOSELEY JR. ... the former Miss Martha Turner During Prize Winners At Arts, Crafts Fair Announced Officials of the Ozark Native rts and Crsfts Fair held at 'inslow last week describe the ir as "successful." Several Thrift Tip Prevent picture marks on alls by sticking a thumbtack each corner of the back of frame. Ailow the tacks to \-lend about one-eight inch so lat air will circulate behind he picture. thousand persons attended chc fair and saw entertainment provided by Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Curry. Frankie Kelly, Eric Allen and Garrelt, Doin and Monty London. Mrs. Leah Counts of Wesley received the prize for best of show. Mrs. Norhert Roach won the best display award and Corrinna Briggs won the award fir the most unique craft. Bill Wedekin won the award far having the most interesting craft. ACADEMY of BEAUTY CULTURE A career in ^ months??? We can offer you the utmost in skilled instructors and modern facilities. Bring this advertisement and learn of our special JULY and AUGUST enrolment fees. 109 W. Emma Ave. Springdole, Ark. Open 10 A.M.--9 P.M. Daily Open 10 A.M.--9 P.M. Daily PRE-FOURTH SPECIAL! BIKINI SWIM, SUITS COMING... SOON! Watch for 1 Mid-July Opening UNIFORM CENTER Featuring Fashions for · Nurses ·Beauticians ·Technicians ·Waitresses · Police Fire ·Medical · Plus Many, Many More! A Few of the Brands We Will Carry Are: · Ba rco · Tiffany · Whittenton--24 Hour Duty · Tread VIP Professional Jackets for Men UNIFORM CENTER 2720 North College FaycttwilU, Arkansas Phone 443-4282 Reg. $12 to $18 ALL FIRST QUALITY AND FROM TWO FAMOUS MANUFACTURERS. PRINTS AND SOLIDS IN NYLON AND ACRYLICS! Northwest Arkansas Ho«g Fay«tt«TitW, Aifcoitio»

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