Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on July 14, 1974 · Page 8
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, July 14, 1974
Page 8
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·A ."·' Northwesl Arkansas TIMES, Sun., July 14, T974 FAYETTIVILLI. ARKANSAS «! ·.'."·.·/···· ··*$»..-;; MRS. RONALD LEWIS BURTON ... was Miss Barbara Catherine Reynolds before her marriage at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Conway Bride in Episcopal Rites Miss Barbara Catherine Reynolds became the bride of Ronald Lewis Burton at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Conway. Dr. William R. Krumbach officiated at the ceremony, which was followed by a' reception in the courtyard of the church. The bride is the daughter ol Mr. and Mks. Francis Bennetl Reynolds Jr., of Conway, anc is the great-great-granddaugh ter of the late William E. Woodruff, founder of the Arkansas Gazette. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Burton ot Fayetteville. Mrs. Robert Shoemaker organist, presented wedding music. Assisting in the cere mony were the bride's broth ers, Richard Joseph Reynolds acolyte, and David Francis Reynolds, crucifer. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a gown of silkenci organza and peau de soie fash ioned with an Empire bodice Victorian neckline and ca sleeves. Alencon lace accente the gown, and Nottinghan braid edged the skirt and cha pel train. A cap of anliqu tailed lace held her cathedra veil of illusion, and she came a bouquet of stephanotis an baby's breath with yellow roses Her only jewelry was an an tique broach. Mrs. Jack Frost of Nashville Term., was matron of honoi Bridesmaids were Mrs. Michae Kinsley, Mrs. Samuel M. Rey nolds of Los Angeles and Mis yn Nixon of Pine Bluff. David McNeal of LaFayette Ind., was best man. Grooms men and ushers were Dewe iVatson ot Little Rock, Michai Kinsley and Samuel M. Rej nolds of Los Angeles, brothe of the bride. Alter a trip, the couple wi ]e at home in Conway. Th bride is a teacher at S Joseph's Catholic Elementar School, and the bridegroom associated in the practice 'aw with the firm of Hartje an Hartje in Conway. Fashionable Shoes Fashionable · for teen-age Ihis summer are wide-bande leather sandals trimmed wi stitching, perforations, or pun- chouts. Fayetteville Gar'den Club Meets For Picmc Fayeltevillo Garden Club met for a picnic supper at the home of Mrs. Vincent Maxted Wednesday night, July 10. Co-Hostesses were Mrs. Fred Kerr, Mrs. A. H. Gerard and Mrs. L. D. Tragcr. Guests were husbands ot members, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Household Hint All glass eyes should b« removed from children's slutted toys and replaced with cross- Penny Save r Cut out the sleeves and lower the neckline ot a long tricot nightgown to make a slip for Sicgel, Miss Frodrika UpchurcK and Mrs, Go.rdon McNeil. After supper, Mrs. .McNeil spoke on "mulch gardens. . She explained how she had experimented with mulching .and told or her successful garden. Not only was water loss decreased, but' the soil was built, up by decaying mulch. The humus, .111 turn held water and prevented "washing" during heavy --" MRS. JOHN BRADEN ... was Miss Lucy Ann Miller prior to her marriage Saturday afternoon in the First United Presbyterian Church Miss Lucy Ann Miller Bride In Afternoon Church Rites Miss Lucy Ann Miller, '.laugher of Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Miller of Fayetleville, became the bride of John Braden, son of Mrs. J. L. Braden and the late Mr. Braden of Greenwood, on Saturday afternoon, July 13, at' 4:30 o'clock at the First United Presbyterian Church in Fayelteville. Mark Brockmann, organist, presented a program of nuptial music, and the Rev. Claiborne Bell performed the cacemony. Escorted by her father, the bride wore a gown of ivory Cluny lace 'fashioned with a high ruffled neckline, ]ong fitted sleeves which ended in a pout, a demi-bell skirt and lace edgec fingertip-length mantilla. She cairied a nosegay of multicolored sweetheart roses with baby's breath. Miss She-Eng Hwane of Taipei. Taiwan was maid of honor She wore a dress designed will a pink organdy bodice and multi-colored pastel tiered skirt, and carried a nosegay of daisies with satin streamers. Joe Jickey of Little .Rock served the bridegroom as best man, and Jim Miller, brot ot the bride was usher. A reception at the home of the bride followed the wed ling. After a trip to the Bahamas, the couple -will be. at home at 371 Fletcher Avenue, Fayatte- ville, after July 21. Both are students at the University c! Arkansas. The bride received a B.A. degree in' English and Psychology and has completed one year in graduate school in the English Department. Her social sorority is Kaopn A'p'na Theta. The bridegroom- will graduate from the University in December with a B.A. de'roe from the College of Business Administration. He has completed four years active duty with the U.S. Army with one year's service in Vietnam. Engagement Told Mr. »nd. Mrs. Howard Mc- Rernolds ot Springdale announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Vilki Darlene, to Richard Paul Parker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacfc Parker, also of Springdale. Grandparents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Jones of Fayetteville, Mr. and Mrs. I,. R. McReynolds of Dutch Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Parker ol Fayetteville and Mrs. Irene Smith of Springdale. Miss Mc- Rcynolds is a 1972 graduate of Springdale High School and Is presently a sophomore at (he University of Arkansas. Her fiance, a 1970 gruduafe ot Springdale High School, Is employed liy Ross Vivona Construction Co. The wedding will he an event ot September 7 at the First Baptist Church In Springdale, To Marry Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hunter ·I Prairie Grove announce th« engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Judy Alice, to R»iuld David Moore, son nt Mr. and Mrs. Ray Moore of Fiytiirville. Miss Hiinton, a E a-iiiate of Lincoln High hoo), Is presently amending in* University of Arkansas where she Is majoring In Home Economics. Tlie prospective bridegroom Is a graduate of West Fork High School and attends the University where he is majoring in A g r i c u l t u r e Business. The iieriding will lie an event nf Saturday, July 20, at 2 o'clock In Ilic aflenioon ;il Cane Hill Presbyterian C h u r c h , BEFORE. Our Business has taught us one fact of life. Shapeless people tend to lead shapeless lives. Roman Spa members lose weiaht where and if they need to. They gain weight where and if they need it. All the while having the time of their lives and feeling better every day. TRY IT OUT TODAY AT ALMOST NO COST To the NEXT and ONLY 25 Men or Women that call our Spa and set up an appointment. 10 VISITS FOR 10.00 Call Now 521-1363 3332 North College NEXT DOOR TO WYATT'S CAFETERIA HOLLYWOOD CTAA. 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