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July 8, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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Miss Sweetser Honored ' ' , , . i ^ '-i v - k;' ,»i^ - . Miss Mary Swectser, 1 elect ot Bill ShoVner, 'was honored wilh a bridal shower last Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Otis Stobaugh on Canterbury Road. More than 60 guests called during the party hours from 1 7:30 to 9:30 o'clock. S p e c i a l guests receiving corsages were Mrs. Patsy Flower arrangements tor the elect, Mrs. Keith Shofner. the p r o s p e c t i v e , bridegroom's mother. Miss Rcnee Shofner ' and Miss Swcetser. Daisies, the bride-elect's favorite flower, were chosen for the corsages. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Mrs. Gerald Chism, Mrs. Charles Slaggs, Miss Renee Shofner, Miss Robin ylrs. . James Chism and Mrs.lChism and Miss rhigh Terry. Miss baugh received gu door. Mrs. Phil Uuhle Marvin Bradley. Assisting with salad dressing, Put through the uawn bio' csts at the ents for the provided by and Mrs. the bride's of gifts were Dressing jsually tasty )ok together tomato, and ntil just soft, ood chopper, . Add to one '.. Blend and appointments were used on a while linen and lace covered t a b l e with a massiva arrangement of white daisies and yellow Queen Ann s Laca in a footed epcrgne. '_· Miss Sweetser and her fianca will be married July 28. ^ Household Hint .; To make on inexpensive jewelry box for a young girl, spray-paint an egg carton. ^. To prevent burned fingers when Filling a hot steam iron; use a tiny but long-spouted (TUVlESphoto by Ray Gray) BRIDE-ELECT ENTERTAINED ... Mrs. Shofner, Mrs. Stobaugh, Miss Sweetser and Mrs. Sweetser, left-right, at a bridal shower last week honoring Miss Swectsar in the home of Mrs. Stobaugh MRS. ROY LEE SLAUGHTER . . . was Miss Susan Lee Parker before her June 20 marriage at the First United Methodist Church in Prairie Grove Miss Parker is Bride In Church In a double ring ceremonyiof Madeira embroidery and lace on Saturday. June 29, at 8 o'clock in the evening at the '· First United Methodist Church ' in Prairie Grove, Miss Susan "· Lee Parker became the bride of Roy Lee Slaughter. Parents of the couple are Mr. ; and Mrs. John R. G. Parker and Mr. and Mrs. George L. - Slaughter, all of Prairie Grove. The Rev. Morris Springer and the Rev. Stanley Brfght of- ficfated before a setting cen- '. tered with branched candelabra .p holding lighted tapers and flanked by tree candelabra. .. Wicker baskets of yellow and while daisies completed the 1 decorations. Mrs. Earl Gates, organist, [ presented a program of tra- V dilional music and accompanied Miss Carol Parks, one of the bridesmaids, who sang, ".The Wedding Song" Lord's Prayer." : and "The Presented in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white '. -crepe gown with a fitted .bodice and square neckline. Bands of "- white lace trimmed with tiny - .white satin roses and green ; leaves accented the long princess lines of the dress and the : cuffs of the full silk organdy . illusion veil was trimmed with . the same tiny' white roses and she carried a cascade bouquet of gardenias, white roses and baby's breath. -· : .Miss Kathy Ann Parker, , sister of the bride, was maid 1 of honor and wore a long princess dress styled like the bride's of flowered white eyelet accented by yellow ribbon. She wore a picture hat of yellow trimmed with yellow ribbon and carried a colonial bouquet of blue cornflowers, yellow and . white daisies, pink miniature carnations and baby's breath. and centered with silver candelabra holding an arrangement of yellow and white daisies, blue cornflowers and baby's breath. The bride's cake, three- tiered, was topped with a miniature bride and groom and trimmed with white flowers and green leaves. Around the room were placed tables covered with green and white checked gingham with baskets of yellow daisies on each one. The newlyweds greeted guests standing under an antique wedding bell arranged with greenry and daisies t h a t ' h a d been used at the weddings of the bride's parents, her paternal grandparents and her great grandparents. Mrs. Rex Cruikshank, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Sherry Spencer were in charge of the guest book. Serving cake and punch were Mrs. Maylanc Challinor, Miss .lecqueline Prince and Mrs. Charles V. Parker, all aunts of the bride, and Mrs. Volney Parker and Mrs. William Ray Prince, !randmothers of the · bride. They were assisted by Mrs. Jerry Cash, Mrs. William Giles, Mrs. Melvin Ireland, Mrs. Wendell McCune, Mrs. Donald Parks, Mrs. Joe C. Parks, Mrs. James Rieff and Miss Doris Sharp. Rice bags were districted by Misses Leslie and Barbara Rieff. When the couple left for a wedding trip to Las Vegas, Nov., Mrs. Slaughter was wearing a green and white prini jersey, dress and 'a corsage of white gardenias taken from her bridal bouquet. The bride is a sophomore at the University of Arkansas and the bridegroom is employed in Fayelleville where they will Rangers Hunt 2 Lost Girls YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. (AP) -- Thirty searchers on foot and horseback and aided by helicopters were resuming a hunt at dawn today for two young women missing on a trail down rugged Mount Washbwn since Friday. The two--Cristen Smith of Shreveport, La., and Rebecca Russell of Memphis, Tenn. rath 21 and employed at a store in the area--failed to return the 18 miles to their parked car after talking to a ranger at a mountaintop lookout about 2 p.m. Friday. "They could be lost down in a ravine somewhere, or they could have found their way to : road and hitchhiked out," said Joe Carder, a park spokesman. No trace o! the women was found Sunday by rangers anc volunteers who combed the mountain. Carder said the women parked their car on a road nca: the base of the mountain am apparently walked or hitch hiked to the trailhead befor hiking to the top Friday morn ing. There has been no sever weather on the mountain th past few days, although wind have been high' at 'times an the temperature has plum meted near freezing at night! "There's some snow coverag ifgher up, and water availabl all down the mountain," Carde said, "but they didn't appear t the ranger to be carrying an provisions for overnight. If the got off the trail, it gets prett rough." Miss Carol Parks and Mrs. Burt Taylor of Prairie Grove and - Miss Linda Lum of Camden were bridesmaids. They wore ; dresses like the maid of honor's » dress. Tiwo were trimmed with 'I green ribbon with matching : hats o[ green and one dress ''·was trimmed with yellow X ribbon and she wore a yellow ·;. hat: They carried bouquets like £ the maid of honor. '-; Miss .Lisa Slaughter, sister of - the bridegroom, and Miss Angie Cruikshank, his niece, were flower girls, and wore dre-sses of checked gingham, one yellow and one green, trimmed with white velvet. In their hair they wore white daisies and carried baskets filled with blue cornflowers, yellow and white daisies, pink miniature carnations and baby's breath. Johny Ray Slaughter served his brother as best man, groomsmen were Jerry Eads, David Parks and Randy Villines of Prairie Grove, and ushers were Joe Hart of Prairie Grove, Kevin Parker, cousin of the bride of Contoocook, N. H., Mickey Box and Mark Robbins of Prairie Grove, who also lighted the candles. Honored guests were grandparents of the bride and bridegroom, Mrs. Volney Parker of Prairie Grove, grandmother of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. William Ray Prince of West Fork, grandparents of the bride, and Mrs. Lottie Estep of Farmington, grandmother of the bride! groom. , Mrs. Parker chose for her '. daughter's wedding a floor length dress of mint green and a corsage of while roses. The . mother of the bridegroom wore a floor-length dress of yellow and her corsage was of whKe roses. A reception was held Immediately following the ceremony in Fellowship Hall. The bride's table was covered with a cloth ·XPIMT WATCH RIPAIR make thcir home - and Miss Sherry Spencer ente tained with linen. and lingen shower and rice bag party; Mrs. Linard Carter and Mr Bill Slaughter were hostessi for a miscellaneous shower Ihe home of Mrs. Carter; Mr Wendell McCune, Mrs! Jerr Cash, Mrs. Melvin Ireland an Mrs. William Giles wer hoslesscs for a recipe shower | and bridge party at the home of Mrs. McCune; Mrs, Delford E. Rieff and Mrs. James C. Rieff entertained with a bridesmaid's luncheon at the Fayetteville Public Meet Set On Hoffman Will Speak Treated Waste Wafer John Marsh, professional san- ary engineer of Norman, kla., will be in FayeKeville ednesday to" discuss the use treated waste water for irri- ation purposes. , Marsh will speak at a public neeling set for 7:15 p.m. at he Fayetteville Library on the )ove date and will show two lort movies a n d answer uestions. He is appearing here under he auspices of the Illinois Ri : er Property Owners of Arkanas, a citizens group. To Archeology Group Dr. Michael Hoffman of the University of Arkansas faculty will speak on Southeastern Indian Cultures at the Sunday meeting of the Northwest Arkansas Archeological Society. The speaker will give particular emphasis to the late prehistoric Quapaw period in Arkansas. The group will convene at the Fayetteville City Library. Doors will open at 1 p.m. and the program starts at 2 p.m. The public is invited to attend. /^ Arkansas QJitnra or MEN Monday, July 8, 1974 · 3 raimiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimmiiraBii^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight : Jack Tidball Post and Auxiliray, VFW, VFW Hall, 6 p.m. Fayetteville Business and Professional Women's Club, Wyatt's 6 1 30 p.m. Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Washington Lodge No. 1 FAM, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. La Leche League, Mrs. Hamdy Taha, 8 p.m. Summery For the junior this short sleeve dress in navy and white dots is perfect for those summer days ahead. The bodice is navy ribbed, polyester with collared V-neck and tie waist. Junior Fashions Second Floor Open Mon. and Thurs. Nites til' 8:30 SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tour 2-way radio m ctoctronlca Blue* College · For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center - UZ-424S City Parking Lot U Rear Out-of-town guests were Mr. 'uncneon at. the *ayettevuie id Mrs. Charles V. Parker and oun ty c . Iub °. n .. Thursday and Mrs. Charles V. Parker and Kevin Parker of Contoocook, N. H., Mr. and Mrs. Mayland Challinor of Wilmette, III., and Miss Jacqueline Prince of Brookline, Mass. Parties given for Miss Parker prior to the wedding included a miscellaneous shower given by the women of the First Presbyterian Church of Prairie Grove; a dessert and bath shower given by Mrs. W. Ed Broyles and Mrs. Wayne Hall at the home of Mrs. Broyles n Prairie Grove; Miss Carol Parks, one of the bridesmaids, receding the wedding: and a inner was held at the Fayette- ille Holiday Inn following the ··eliding rehearsal on Friday ight before the Saturday ·adding. EVEREST 4JENN1N3S FiyettevUle Dm* E.SideS4u»re 44Z-731S Tuesday . . . . . . . . Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9:30 a.m. Civitan Club, Wyatt's, 12 noo n Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. Planning Commission, City Hall, 4 p.m. Norlliside Rofary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Order of Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watcher^, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Rock Club, City Library, 7:30 p.m. Northwest Arkansas Kennel Club, Ozarks Electric Cooperative,7:30 pirn. Ozarks Gem and Mineral Club, City Library, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. AI-Anon, Wiggnis Methodist Church, 8 p.m. our topes ore secret your file is kept confidential at... too /Magic yMirror figure salons $Q50 fjii ^ perm OttlyT ^ per month Complete 4-month program. . SWIFTS /ir* m. 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