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July 2, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 6

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Miss Furst Weds n June Ceremony MRS. CASEY MITCHELL ADAMS .. .was Miss Linda Aim Furst before her marriage at Goad Shepherd Lutheran Church WHERE ARE FIREMEN? SELMA, Ore. (AP) -- Firemen didn't have to rush to tlie scene. Vincent Lihigni brought the blaze to them. The trouble was, nobody was home at the fire station. Linigni was unable to put out a smoldering fire in his davenport, so he dragged the couch from his home, loaded it onto his pickup and drove to the local fire ; station where dumped it in the driveway. ne But the volunteer station ,was unmanned. Fortunately, a volunteer fire man who happened to be driv Ing by stopped to put out the Curling Irons Back Remember your grandmother's recipe for homemade apple dumplings that tasted better than any you have ever eaten? Remember he rold-fashioned cold remedies that worked when all else failed? Chance are your grandmother remembers using curling irons to create a cascade of curls that framed her face. The re turn of the curlirfg iron may be the good news your hair needs. New curling irons are designed to be gentle on the hair. They work best on dry hair. Treating your hair with a special conditioning spray-on cream rinse will help prevent tangles. flames. The couch was de stroyed. Miss Linda Ann Furst becamei the bride of .Casey. Mitchell Adams at 11 o'clock Saturday morning, June 15, in a ceremony at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mri. Edward Furst of Fay- elteville and Mrs. Peter DiDomenico of Hillendaie, Md., and John Adams of Arlington, Va. Dr. Charles. Chamberlin performed the double ring cere mony before the altar decorated with an.arrangement of garden and',,wild.; flowers and altar candles'. Branched candelabra framed the altar and arrangements similar to tlie altar bou quet were at each side of the chancel. Mark Brock maim of Fayette ville was organist and playet selections from 1 Handel anc Bach before t'ne ceremony. The bridal party entered the sane tuary to "Ode to Joy" by Bach The recessional was music from "The Indian Queen" by Purcsll Candles were lighted by Christopher Adams and Don Furst Before the ceremony "The Wedding Song" was sung by Mrs. Richard Day. Other lections were "For Baby, For Bobby" and "Benediction". The bride, escorted by lie: father, wore a gown of white satin crepe, lace and chiffon which she designed and made The fitted bodice was of re-em broidered lace 'over satin. Th upper bodice and sleeves wer of chiffon and the lace wa repeated in the collar and poin ;ed sleeve bands. The floor .ength empire skirt was of sati crepe. Her cathedral length ve' was edged with lace and al :ached to a camelol cap of sati and lace. Her bridal tmique was of purple and pink aster? white chrysanthemums ail sweetheart roses tied with whit ribbon. Miss Laura Walker of Fay etteville was maid of honor an bridesmaids were Miss C5re chen Rom of Fayelteville, Mis Marjorie Wherley of St. Pau Minn., and Miss Alison Adam sister of the bridegroom, of A lington, Va. They wore identic floor-length dresses of floweri chiffon in purple, rose and-'.u quoise over a turquoise linin styled with a scoop necklin Parties Precede Wedding Of Miss Marqoret Ann Manning llllMI^^ iort sleeves, and empire waist, ley wore satin ribbon sashes purple, rose, turquoise and hite. On their matching cho ers were hand-painted china rooches, a ijlft from the bride /ach carried a white basket of arden flowers in the bride's olors. · Jim' Wolfe of Annandale, Va., as best man. groomsmen were hristopher Adams, brother of is bridegroom of Arlington, "a., and Don and Ken Furst, rothers of the bride. Seating uests were Col. H. M. Wolfe of Inglewood, Fla., and Ed ^hompson of St. Paul Minn. A reception followed in the ellowship room where serving ables were covered with white A bridesmaids' luncheon honoring the attendants and grandmothers in the wedding of Miss Margaret Manning and Frantz Battenfield was held in the R. D. Manning home in Prairie Grova at 12:30 p.m recently. Mrs. R. D. Manning was assisted by her daughters, Margaret and Dorothy, and Mrs. Virgil Couch. The home was decorated with fresh flowers and pink carnation corsages were pinned on the bride-elect and the four grandmothers, Mrs. F r e i d a Robinson and Mrs. R. L. Manning of Strathroy. Ontario. Canada, grandmothers of the bride elect, and bridegroom's the prospective grandmothers, 1 o t h s edged Arrangements of with lace, garden and v i l d f lowers served as the cen- e r p i e c e . The four-tiered vedding cake was circled with aby's breath and pink .petunias nd held a nosegay of pink and urple flowers at the top. Miss xrna Indorf and Mrs. Richard )ay served cake to guests, erving coffee and punch were Mrs. H.M. Wolfe, Miss Jeanette Furst of Harrington, 111., and Miss Kim Forester. The guest look was signed before the ceremony with Miss Forester residing. Also assisting with he reception were Miss Mary /urst of Barrington, 111., Miss Allyn Roberts of St. Paul, tfinn., Mrs. LuVerne Indorf, flrs. John McCain, Mrs. Dougas Swacina and Mrs. Barbara lorn. Special guests were Harry Rowe of Tola, Mrs. Heley Burton of Faye'.te- ville and Mrs. F. Battenfielc of Wesley. Dated charms were presenter by the bride-elect to the four fe rand mothers mother. Mrs. and to lie! R., Battenfield mother of her fiance, receive china floral arrangement. A the luncheon. Miss Manninj presented he;- "in appreciation' gifts to her attendants, Mis Anita Patton, maid of honor Miss Martha Battenfield Wesley, sister of the bride groom-to-be. Miss Linda Coor and Miss Dorothy Manning, r,is ter of the bride, flower gir Mrs. Ken Austin of Mountai Home, also a bridesmaid, wa unable to attend. Highlight of the luncheon wa a "favor cake" which reveale good luck fortunes which ha been baked inside. guest by th Mrs. Following luncheon, viewed gifts received ;raridmother tyf the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Adams of Shawnee, Kan., grandparents of ;he bridegroom. Other out-of- town guests were present from Manawa and Appleton, Wis., Barrington, 111., Arlington and Annandale, Va., Hillendaie Md., Englewood, Fla. Memphis Tenn.,. St. Paul, Minn, and Boulder, Colo. When leaving for her new home, the bride wore a lavender linen shirtwaist dress md pinned her mother's corsage of white chrysanthemums at her shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Adams are at home in Arlington, Va., where he is a '. student at Georgetown Law School. couple and then assisted th bride elect in making rice bag P r e c e d i n g the vyeddin rehearsal for Miss Manning an Trantz Battentield, his parent entertained the wedding part: )ut of-tbwn relatives and the families at a picnic supper r the lawn of their home at We ley. The rehearsal followed 8 o'clock at Wiggins Unit' Methodist Church in ville. Guests included Mrs. Robi son, Mrs. R. L. Manning, M arid Mrs. Jack Fidler an daughter, Francie, of Seatl Wash., Dr. a^.d Mrs. R. Manning, John and Dorot Mr. .an.d Mrs. Burton, and K and Mrs. F. Battenfield, M and Mrs. R. L. Battenfield an son, Ray, of Houston, Tex. Miss Beatrix Pitapil, the He and Mr, Maurice Lanier, Mi atton, Miss Battenfield, Miss 3or, Jim Carter, Bob Manning, race .Battenfield and Larry usseli. At the rehearsal, the bride- oom-to-be presented his at' ndants gifts. iiBiiiiinainMiirainiiiiniiBirainiMiii Announcements iniiiiiiiiiiifiiiiiiMiiiiinraiiiiiiipiniiiiiiiniiffliii The 1954 Huntsville High chool-.senior class will have reunion Saturday, July 6, at he Crossbow, Restaurant in Northwest Arkansas (Ewta T or MEN untsville. Dinner eryed at 7:30 p.m. will he _ , and all class members with their hus- ands and-or wives are invited o attend. Tuesday, July 2, 1974 ;| iiiiiiiiiiiiiiniMiiuiiiiiiiiiiiniiMiiiiiMniiiiiiiiBiiiHTMTM^ Past Matrons Meet ' Past Matron's Club of the Order of Eastern Star met on the patio at the home of Mrs, Mary Cotterman last Thursday for -a. picnic supper with husbands as guests. Miss Glenn Stockburger gave the program on ; symbolism or the Eastern Star. A memorial; service ,was held for Laveta Massey, who Mrs.' died': recently. The new president, Mrs. Dorothea Coleman, announced her committees for the year. Dancer Defects TORONTO (AP) -- Another eading dancer of Leningrad's irov Ballet is reported to have elected to the West. Friends of 'Mikhail Ban- hnikov, 26, said he escaped ·om the touring Soviet ballet roupe "Stars of the Bolshoi" fter it completed its Toronto mgagement Saturday night, "'hey said he went into hiding ,'ith Christina Berlin, an Amer- cari friend he met when he made his Western debut in Lon,on three years ago. The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. reported that a lawyer or the dancer had 'contacted the immigration deportment, and he would probably be given hearing on Tuesday. Toronto police said someone with the Bolshoi troupe had reported Barichnikoy missing and .he police listed him as a miss- ng person, Family Has Reunion The annual Johnson family reunion was held last Sunday at the community building in Wesley. One hundred and 17 persons signed the guest register and others were present. In the afternoon entertainment was provided by the Faulkner family and the Cornelison family, gospel singers. It was agreed that the group will meet every fourth Sunday in June in the future. Board members are Carl Johnson, Tommy Stevenson, Col. E. K. Johnson, Floy Lee Sisemore Virl Johnson and Hazel Hudspeth. Daily Calendar of Events \ Tonight ' . · Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. ' : Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. ; Letter Carriers, Post Office, 7:30 p.m. ^^, T « Northwest Arkansas Hairdressers Association, SpringdaTe HCl Fire Department'ladies Auxiliary, Central Fire Station, 7:3(T University City Chapter No. 495, OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist. Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Rodeo of the Ozarks, Parsons Stadium, Spnngdale, 8 p.m. p.m p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 2-nay radio headquarters !· ·ttcironlM ·tao* W 550 H. CoUeg« ' 443 For Your Prescription Needs SeeUt QUAKER DRUG K E. 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Sound Centei--DIUARD'S-Second Floor Open Monday Through Saturday 10 a.m. Until 9 p.m. Wednesday , Sequoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. Women's Golf Association, Countr yClub, 9 a.m. Juvenile Court Advisory Committee, Heinle's Steakhouse, 12 on " Exchange Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon Plat Review Committee, City Hall, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. , Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Kodeo of the Ozarks, Parsons Stadium, Springdale, 8 p.m. Assorted Plaids and Checks Just In Time For That Summer Vacation Orig. $15 Choose from many fashion-conscious plaids and checks with sophisticated styling flnre leg cut, fashionable pockets and belt loops. Permanent press, with a freshly-pressed look that's built-in to stay even after machine washing. Waist sizes 32 to 43 In a variety of length. Open Monday Through Saturday 10 a.m. until 9 p.m.

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