Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 3, 1974 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 3, 1974
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. ' MR.-AND MRS. BATTENFIELD .. .)ojIouiK0 their June wedding at Wiggins Methodist Church .in Fayetteville ' ,- ' " . Miss Manning Is Bride In Afternoon Wiggins Memorial United Methodist Church was the setting for the 3 o'clock afternoon wedding ol Miss Margaret Ann Manning of Prairie 'Grove and .R. Frantz .Battenfieid of -Wesley on-Saturday.'Juiie 15'.' Parents of the couple are Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Manning--of Prairie Grove and Mr. and Mrs. R.Baltenfield of .Wesley. The double ring ceremony was performed by. the..Rev. Maurice Lanier, assisted by the Rey..:Pete Petty of Fayetteville, 'friend of the bride's family, i In the foyer guests signed the Ibride's book placed on a white "cloth featuring a crystal bud Jvase filled with miniature pink proses and baby's breath and a decorative decoupage of their wedding invitation, a wedding ;gift' from the maid of honor ·and best man. Presiding at the Ihook .were Miss Francie Fidler, ''cousin of the bride, Seattle, ftVash., and Miss Dona 1 Sue :.'Cochran, Westville,.Okla. They Iwore floor-length dresse s and 'daisy corsages. ' Miss Beatrix Pilapil, organist, and the bride's piano instructor, played a program of nuptial music preceding the wedding and accompanied the soloist, Maxwell Worthley, o'ce instructor for the couple, as he. sang "Where 'Ere You Walk" by Hardel and "The Lord's Prayer" as the benediction. Vows were exchanged before the circular altar -flanked by ten-branched gold candelabra and gold baskets containing white gladioli, applegreen tintec and white daisies, blue corn flowers and fern. The lighting of a memory candle, flankei by two smaller candles and placed on the round altar, was included as part of the cere mony. Mothers of the brida: couple lighted each of the smaller candles as they were escort ed to their seats. At the close of the ceremony, the newlyweds lighted the large candle from the two parent candles which were then extinguished. BRIDE'S GOWN The bride, escorted to the al tar by her father, wore a gown of imported white salapeau wilh an overlay of Cluny lace whicl formed the bodice. The gown featured a mandarin neckline and full bishop sleeves will wide lace cuffs. The.A-line skir was completely encircled iwitl a wide band of lace. Her cha pel-length train, outlined with lace, was attached to a match ing tiara headpiece. The bride's only jewelry was diamond ear rings, a gift from the bride groom, and she carreid a bou quet of-white daisies, miniature pink roses, baby's breath and tynite ribbon streamers. - Miss Anita Patton of Fayette ville. maid of honor, wore cornflower blue floor-lengtl dress'of chiffon over taffeta de signed with a train and cappec sleeve Chantilly lace bodice Bridesmaids were Miss- MarthP Battenfieid, sister of the bridegroom, - Mrs. Ken Austin o Mountain Home and Miss Lihd; Coor of Prairie Grove, win wore, dresses identical fo th maid of honor in apple green. All the dresses were mad by the bridegroom's mother \ They wore matching garde; hats with wide brims encirclci with chiffon bands and faslene with a daisy and cornflower ar rangemcnt. White shoes am short white gloves complete their ensembles, and they car ried straw baskets filled wit 5vhite and green tinted daisies blue cornflowers, fern and mat filling ribbon streamers. ' Bob Manning, brother of th bride, served as best man groomsmen were Bruce Batten field, brother of tha bride groom, Jim Carter and Lnrr Russell and ushers were Jac Fidler of Seattle, Wash., uncl of the bride, nnd R. L. Batten field of Houston, Tex., uncle o the bridegroom. ',' Lighting candles were Job Manning, brother of the bride and Ray Ballenfield, cousin o the bridegroom of Houston Master Harley Petty, son of th assisting pastor, served as ring "dearer, and Miss Dorothy Man nlng, sister of the bride, wa f|ower girl. She wore a corn ' ) ower blue dress with chiffo lift and Chantilly lace bodic er flowers included a sma eadpiece and she carried' asket which had been carrie y her mother when she serve a flower girl, filled wit liite and green-tinted daisie nd blue cornflowers. Mrs. Manning chose a floor ength floral gown, caftan styl ·ftnts From Helolpe-- Arkansas W ./or OMEN Wednesday, July 3, 1974 ·* 9 Couple Honored At Patio Supper A champagne patio supper lonoring Miss Ann Lubker and ler fiance, Mike Fitzhugh, was i recent event in · the home if Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rose. Mr. Births WASHINGTON REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Gary L. Proctor of Lincoln,-a daughter, June 38. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald K. Starnes of Fayetteville, daughter, June 28. Mr. and Mrs, David L. Houston of Springdale, a son, June 28. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Skaggs of Prairie Grove, a son, June 28. Mrs. arid Mrs. Joseph C, Huffaker of Prairie Grove, i daughter, June 28. · Mr. and Mrs. Jon B. Hasse of Prairie Grove, a daughter June 28. Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Drain of Fayetteville, a son, June 28.- Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Gil breath of Fayetteville, a daugh ter, June 29. Mr. and Mrs, David R. Walk er of Van Buren, a daughter June 29. Mr. and Mrs. Freddy L. Hal stead of Springdale, a daughter and Mrs. J. Ed Smith were co losts. A profusion of daisies hades of pink, blue and yellow he bride-elect's chosen colors vere used throughout the home individual tables wher [uests were Eoated and at th ountain where champagne wa ierved. A feature of the decoration were photographs hung on wall highlighting events in th lives of the couple, beginriin with pictures of their parent at the time of their marriages a s babies, young schoi children, and up to the presen time. The couple received a bras and copper planter from 1 th liosts and hostesses and ear guest wrote a congratulator note for them to keep. Out-of-town guests, among th 46 guests attending, were M and Mrs. H. L. Lubker of Ba Knob, parents af the bride-elec and her brother-in-law an sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jame Duckett of Little Rock. Sped guests were Mr. and Mrs. nbn Fitzhugh, parents of th prospective bridegroom. ith high neckline and long .eeves in shades of lavender, ink and aqua. Matching laven- er shoes completed her en- cmble, and she pinned a laven- er glamelia corsage at her iioulder. Mrs. Battenfieid wore beige floor-length dress with eige accessories and a white nd blue glamelia corsage. KECEE'TION Guests were received in the oyer of the church by the bri- al couple, their attendants and arents, and directed to the-re- eption in fellowship hall. Re- reshments were . served from Chantilly lace over white co- ered .table, centered with a bree-liered wedding cake top- led with love birds and silver ings, which had been used by lie bride's parents at their vcdding. Mrs. Clark McClinton ut the cake and Mrs. Pete 'e'tty served it. Mrs. Jack Fider, aunt of the bride, presided t the silver tea service, and ,lrs. Bruce Battenfieid, sister- n-law of the bridegroom, ser- 'ed frosted punch. Others aasis- ng were Mrs. Arthur Miller Tr., Mrs. Harvey Luttrell, Miss "iva Faulkner, Miss Ronita 'etty, Miss Charla Knowles and Vliss Mary Jane Gates, who all wore corsages of white daisies. Following a short honeymoon, he couple is at home in Fayetteville where they are students at the University of Arkansas where both are majoring n music. Special out-of-town g u e s t s vere grandmothers of the bride, Mrs. Freida Robinson and Mrs. H. L. Manning ol Strathory, Ontario, Canada, Mr. and .Mrs. Jack Fidler and daughter, Francie, of Seattle, Wash., uncle and aunt of the jride.and the bridegroom's re atives, Mr. and Mrs. Henley Burton of Fayetteville and Mr. and Mrs. F. Battenfieid of Wes- ey, his grandparents, and an .incle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs K. L. Baltenfield and son, Ray of Houston. Other guests were presen' 'rom Elkins, Prairie Grove Westville, Fort Smith, Spring dale «nd Farmington. June 30. Jaycettes Entertain Patients Fayetteville Jaycees enter lained patients of the City Hospital Arthritic pool with' picnic supper at Agri Park las week. Supper was served to 2 guests. A special event was a croque tournament planned by Jaso' Cole, therapist at the hospital Mrs. Ruth Tulely, winner received a trophy from Mr Cole. -Jaycettes operate a voluntee program at the hospital fo patients who are victims o rheumatoid arthritis. They ar taking part in a progran sponsored by the . Arkanna Arthritis Foundation whlc provides use of the pool wit a qualified therapist two time weekly. The pool has been i use for VA years.' EXPERT WATCH HEPAIK v -· * ' ' ' ' ' / W 5 WlFTS n Nwth ~\*JS JmtW · Household Hint Muffins will not stick to tli pan if you lay a clean dis towel over them for a mo before taking them out of tl oven. Steam loosens them an they come out without sticking Shades Of Old Lamplighter! ear Folks: I would like to issue word caution to you if you have refrigerator, ought a new lamp shade. If left the cellophane strips vhich usually are wrapped round the shade to prevent ust marks and so forth, emove them. You probably are keeping the ellophane on your lamp shade protect it from dust. Don't o this. This is not even the reason ic cellophane was put there, t will cause dark edges cven- ually. When the sun shines in your ome, it will make dark streaks your lamp shade. Always emove the cellophane wrap- ing as soon as you bring the hade home -- to prevent treaks, dark places and warp. Heloise )ear Heloise: If you like "pan" sausage as do, you may want to make a doughnut hole in the center 5f each patty before cooking. This way. there is never partly done center. Mrs. Htlen Lavender will be amazed at ho\v beautifully it refreshes the air in the Mrs. N. Urbans TIME'S UP! )ear Heloise: I have several long-windei riends who call me, and IV ound I can stretch the phon out the front door, ring my ow doorbell, and politely inform my friend, "There's my bell -I have to hang up." Dear Heloise: I .do a lot of painting wit tubes of paint that have a ba point tip. They have to be kep standing 'with the point dow so I store them in a canistei but it's a nuisance to have 1 hunt around in the can ever lime 1 need to change color. I look an egg carton, turne it upside down, and cut a roun circle in each little cup, larg enough to insert the tube. I got the colors that I neede and set them up in this litt" rack. Wih the flat end up, th name ot the color is right there Lillian F. Brow Dear Heloise: Place an empty vanilla bott (open) in the refrigerator. Yo ear Heloise: I have found a way to keep om cutting my tissue patterns ith the wheel when I am using tracing wheel to make darts; c. when sewing. I use the clear ' plastic that omes in some bacon packages. lay my .tracing paper under iy pattern as usual, place the astic over my pattern, anc ·ace the darts, etc. through he lastic. The tracing wheel doesn't cut Announcements Chi Oirega Alumnae meeting cheduleo. for 9:30 a.m. Tues ay, July 9. in the home Irs. Max McAllister, has been escheduled for t:30 p.m., Tues ay, July 16, in the home. o ,Irs. McAllister. ' La Leche League will mee it 8 p.m. Monday. July 8, i he home of Mrs. Hamdy Taha 406 Lake Road,. · Springdale nay call 521-3427. A M ERIC AN Auxiliary will L e g i o n a n have a busines meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday ,he Legion Hut. Auxiliar president, Mrs. Essie Padget will aopoint committee, chai men and all members ar urged to 'be present. iWyman Community Club w : :iave a cookout at 7:30 p.rn ialurday at Wyman Communif Building. Those attending ai asked to bring their own me; for hamburgers and hoc dog with buns as well as a sala Mrs. Audrey Lightfoot and Mr Margaret Williams, hostesse will provide cake and the gr for cooking. Jack Tidball Post, Vetera of Foreign Wars and Auxiliar will meet Monday, July 8, 7 p.m. for a. regular month business session in the VF H a l l , City Administrati Building. e pattern, though you do have press a little harder than ual. E.S. ear Heloise: Use a recently opened can or example: your tomato can ter it has been emptied) to old the flour and water you ant to mix for your cream auce! After using, just throw the an in the garbage and save ourself the task of washing a .icky bowl or cup. . Leitha Slavin ETTER OF LAUGHTER ear Heloise: I think I have the sinarlcs nd cleverest husband there is When the grass catcher o ur power mower gave out, mj usband took a pair of antyhose, put the elastic par ver the opening, tied the twi cet to the top holder on thi andle. It worked like a charm ; does "not hold a great dea f grass and must be emptiec uite often but it sure fille i until we could get anothe rass catcher. Mafrons-Pafrons Meet For lunch Past Matrons and .. atrons Club of FayettevP.le Court No. in. Order of the .maranth, held a luncheon last veek at Wyatl's Cafeteria. ·-] Fifteen m e m b e r s wer|! present and guests were Mrs. Veil Lehman. Mrs. Esther David. Roy Dunn, Susan Baisey and Gary Elvins. Devotiorfs verc given by Arnold Flottman. Mrs. Geneva Nelson, presiden^, presided during the business meeting. '·,, Mrs. Lehman, royal malroji of Fayetlevills Court No.V.'lj, announced that the 19th birtft- day of the court will be observed on Tuesday, July 9, with covered dish supper at G:30 p.m. at the Masonic Temple 525 W. 15th St. Household Hint .: Give your dog a good feeding dish when you tie him outside during the summer. Drive' a slake into the ground and plat* an old angel food cake pan over the stake. The dog will not be Mrs: Jack Curit able to upset the dish. Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Alcoholics 'Anonymous, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 8 p.m. Rodeo of the Ozarks, Parsons Stadium, Springdale, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio your 2-way radio headquarters n oftctronla lUo* IM» 530 N. College 413 For Your Prescription Needs. See Us QUAKER DRUG Vt, E. Center -- 4424248 City Parking Lot In Re« Thursday Hodeo o£ the Ozarks Parade, Parsons Stadium down Emma Avenue, Springdale, 3 p.m. American Legion and Auxiliary, Legion Hut, 7 p.m. Rodeo of the Ozarks, Parsons Stadium, 8 p.m. BnmiiimiMMaiiiiMMimimiiM /V\OIVTGOA/\ERY FAMILY SHOE SALE SEE FINE QUALITY SHOES FOR SUMMER AT GREAT SAVINGS RIGHT NOW. NOT EVERY STYLE IN ALL COLORS AND SIZES...SO HURRY IN. ».«:·*· OPEN, TIERED SLING Side-buckle strap; A inwWte.WhoIesrzes ' B 5 fc 10. CORK-SOLED GHILLIE Red, brown, white or c A ·* navy clog, in whofe J.4/ sizes medium 5-10. 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