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Miss Van Scyoc Is Bride In July Rites MRS. JOHN LEWIS BOCKSNICK . . was Miss Joyce Vern Van Scyoc before Tier marriage ot St. John's Lutheran Church This'n. That About Town BY MARY ALICE PEAKSON "There were so many people, you couldn't stir them with stick," was certainly true at the Saturday night party, a preview of things to come, at The Farmer's Daughter, the area's newest posh restaurant. Responding to clever invitations, guests came from all over to drink champagne, hear good music and partake of the bountiful and beautiful buffet. Host Kirk McClelland' with his mother, Doris McClelland, and aunt and uncle, Maurice and Ep McClelland, welcomed their guests and showed them about the remodeled and refurbished old home in a charming rural setting only a few miles out of town off the Johnson Road. From out-of4own, we saw Pat and Sue Segraves of Dallas *ith his parents, Hhea and Warren Segraves. With Annette and Earl Williams was Annette's aunt, Eula Mae McFadden, who will be remembered by many as E.ula Mae Erwin, and who has come home from Hollywood to live-^-she has an apartment on Washington Avenue, and their daughters, Pam Joyce and Marci Waits. Pam and her two daughters left yesterday for their home in Los Angeles, and Marci and Charles and their two boys went home to Houston. Miss Joyce Vera Van Scyoc and John Louis Bocksnick exchanged marriage vows at 2 o'clock in the afternoon Saturday, July 6, at St. John's Lutheran Church in Fayetteville. Parents Â«t the counle are Mr. and Mrs. Leo L. Van Scyoc of Fayetteville and Mr. and Mrs. Clemens C. Bocksnick of Dover. Grandparents of the bride are Mrs. Charles J. Seidel ot Tipton, Kan., and the late Mr. Sei del, and Mrs. Clifford Van Scyoc of Osborne. Kan., and the late Mr. Van Scyoc. Grand parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Louthan of Russellville and Mr. ant Mrs. John H. Bocksnick o Dover. The Lev. Richard W. Clay baker officiated at the double ring ceremony. Karl Van Scyoc brother of the bride, and Jack Boohsnick, brother of the bride groom, were acolytes. A program of nuptial musii was presented by Miss Fennel U p c h u r c h , organist. Thi processional s e l e c t i o n wa "Trumpet Voluntary in I Major," by Purcell, and thi r e c e s s i o n a l was Purcell' "Trumpet Tune in D Major." The altar was decorated wit' a bouquet of daisies and gladio! flanked by candelabra entwinec with greenery. The bride, escorted by he - father, wore a floor-length 'gow if chiffon over bridal satin. Th ong full sleeves of chiffo ended in wide lace cuffs an ace also covered the Empir podice. Her two-tiered, veil o illusion flowed beyond th chapel-length train which wa accented at the hem with lac* and she carried a Colonial bou qu,et of daisies, miniature ca nations and baby's breath. Mrs. John Holcomb was he sister's only attendant. Sh wore a floor-length gown yellow taffeta with matchin eyelet-lace overlay featurin short puffed sleeves and Empire bodice. She carried basket of daisies and baby breath. Miss Janet Germer Hebron, Neb., cousin of tl bride, attended the guest boc the narthex of the chun preceding the ceremony. Wayne Stewart of Russellvil as best man, and ushers were ric Van Scyoc. brother of the ide, and Jim Bocksnick. bro- er of the bridegroom, irtgbearer was Jerry Bock- iick, another brother of the 'idegroom. Assisting at the reception in IB church fellowship hall were Irs. Leonard Germer of ebron, Neb., Mrs. Donald Sei- il of Dututh, Ga., and Mrs. /alter Seidel of Coffeyville. an., aunts of the bride, Mrs. ohn Herrmann, Miss Jo Ann ulton, Miss Jane Thomas and iliss Martha Webb. Miss Kris- en Claybaker distributed rice ags. On Friday evening before the ehearsal, the bridgegroom's arents were hosts at a dinner the wedding parly at the ioliday Inn. Following a short trip, the ouple will be at home in Pay- tteville where both are em- loyed , while completing their tudles at the University of Aransas. Miss Susan Alexander Honored With Bridal Party, Shower SILOAM SPRINGS -- Miss Susan Alexander, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Alexander, was honored recently with a bridal shower in the Colcord, Okla., Community Building. Miss Alexander Is the fiancee of Lnrry Lnrmon of Colcord. and they were married in a ceremony in the First Christian Church in Siloam Springs Fr- day. Hostesses fo rthe shower were Mrs. Jerry Holderby. Jr., Mrs. Floyd Woods, Mrs. Howard feit- ton and Mrs. Claud Wofford. The reception table was covered with a light blue clo'lK an dccntered with a bowl of blue and white carnations. Enhanced by the use ot a. miniature bride and groom. Fruit punch and cakes were served, after the honoree Had opened and displayed the bridal gifts. Plan Scotch Foursome SILOAM SPRINGS -- A Scotch Foursome has been planned for the men and women golfers at the Dawn Hill Country Club. The players will assemble at the course prior to 4 o'clock this afternoon where pairings will be made. Tee off lime is set for 4 p.m. Mrs. Jane Maxwell, special evcnls chairman, will be assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Mike Moss and Mr. and Mrs. Nick McCumber. KOBIE CAKES For Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays, and All Special Occasions. To Order Phone 839-2243 (Closed Tuesdays) Hwy 71, West Fork jroom's Shower -lonors Andy Lewis A "groom's" party and shower was given for Herbert A. (Andy) Lewis ni Friday night on the patio at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lewis Sr., vith ther sons, Tommy and I'immy and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lewis Sr. as hosts. Tables where supper was served were covered with red checked cloths and centered with arrangements of gladioli in oak buckets. The honored guest received a corsage of dried flowers to which small bar tools were tied, and gifts were presented to him on a wrought iron tea cart decorated -with hurricane lamps. Guests were Andy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lewis Jr. and his sister and Brother, Becky and Ford Lewis, his fiancee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gardner, his grandmother, Mrs. Bert Lewis, his aunt, Mrs. Helen Lewis Bocquin, Mr. and Mrs. Hoss Vivona, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Bumpass, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bassett, Miss Beverly Bassett, Woody Bassett, Mika Maxwell, Miss Becky Conlee, Plans August Wedding An August 10 wedding at 7 o'clock in the evening is being planned by Miss Martha Baltenfielrf, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Battenfield of Elkins, and Kenneth L. Brown, son of Mrs. Carl Kennan, also of Elkins. Miss Battenfield is a student at the University of Arkansas studying speech pathology. Her fiance is in (he U.S. Air Force stationed at Kit. Home Air Force Base in Mt. Home, Idaho. The ceremony will be performed at Wiggins Memorial Uniled Methodist Church in Faycltcvillc. Daily Calendar of Events Today Faubus Family Reunion, Fayetteville Holiday Inn, 1 p.m. NWA Archeological Society, City Library, 1 p.m. Kansas Club, Ozarks Electric Hospitality Room, 1 p.m. Â· Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. David Buckley, Miss Karen Mr. and Mrs. Steve Glidewell; Randall Tyson, Mr. and Mrs. Shris James, Kennedy, Miss Steve Nolan, Jean Kattan, Berry Wisdom, Miss Carie McReynolds, and a special guest, Miss Cindy Gardner, to whom and will be married on Friday. July 26. or ./ OMEN SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-vray radio headiuarterj I* efedronlcj i1nÂ« 19Â» 520 N. College Â·Ji3-2?22 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 44Z-4246 City Parking Lot In ReÂ»r Sun., July 14, 1974 9A Monday Recycling Center, West Street, All Day Every Day Recycling Sub-Station lor Newspapers, Behind ButterfielrJ School, All Day Every Day Community Adult Center, Hillcrest Towers, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m .to 5 p.m. Welcome Wagon Bowling, Ozark Lanes, 10 a.m. Abilities Unlimited Fund Drive Luncheon, Fayetteville Holt- day Inn, 12 noon Great Books Group, Mrs. M. C. Kik, 1:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p'.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7 : 40 p.m. Kmblem Club, Elks Lodge, 8 p.m. Another event last Saturday that attracted a large crowd was the opening The Farmer's Market on the Square. The vegetables, fruits, and herbs were fresh and attractively displayed, and people were out early to do their marketing. Better go, you'll meet your friends there. Nancy and Kent McVey. Al and Dude Hughes, Frances and Jim Gibson and Jody and Gordon Long were among those attending the Lions Club convention in San Francisco. They left Little Rock by chartered plane with people from all over Arkansas. The Arkansas and Alabama delegations were headquartered at the Fairmont Hotel, and while the men met, the girls took tours of the city, boat rides on the bay, attended a fashion show, and did other fun things. Isabel Watts attended the state Daylily convention in Little Rock. Isabel and husband. Victor, are known far and wide for their beautiful daylillies and daffodils. Dorothy and Roy Holland who lived here once upon a time, havo been guests of the Russell Purdys. (T i Â· ri JULY Jabnc (Clearance JCPenney Buryl and Shirley Robinson and daughter, Joan, are guests of Drs. Wilma and Jacob Sachs. He was the Physics Department at the University a while back and more recently has been with Nnesco in Paris. Julia Harmon of Oklahoma City and John Nettleship of San Louis Obispo, Calif., will leave today for their homes after a visit here with Barbara and William Mclver. John is Barbara's great uncle and Julia is her aunt. Friends of Fenner Upchurch, who won the talent award at the Miss Arkansas pageant in Hot Springs, who went down for the pageant yesterday were Marilyn and Al Eason with son, Steve, Rhea and Warren Segravgs, Virginia and A. D. McAllister, Pat and Dr. Joe Hall with children, Patrick. Gigi and Helen Melissa, and of course her parents, Flossie and Joe Upchurch and daughter, Melissa. Coming up from Shreveport were Missy and Bill Brandon with daughter, Ann, former Fayetteville residents. Janelle Lynn Buchanan Kelley received a Bachelor of Fine Aits degree from the University of Texas at Austin at the close of the spring semester. Descendants of an early pioneer family to this vicinity in 1845 from Hawkins County, Tenn., Wiley and Anna Tharp Roberts, met at Agri Park last Sunday for the annual Roberts Reunion. There were 69 members 'attending from Oklahoma, Texas, New Mexico, California, Illinois and from many points in Arkansas. A bountiful basket dinner was served at noon and much visiting and getting acquainted was the order of the day as many were here for the first time. Mrs. Lola Armstrong, age 97, Mrs. Emma Roberts 91, and Mrs. Jennie Roberts, 93, shared honors as the oldest present Eugene Brent Phillips, 17 days old, was the youngest. The next reunion will be held at the same location in 1975 on the last Sunday in June. Mary Schlegei, Dorian Tuck, Gwen Elwell and Frances Butt played golf in the Northwest Arkansas Four -- Ball Women's Tournament last week at Vache Grasse Country Club at Greenwood. Gwen and Frances won the championship flight with low ball of 74, two over par. Before that, Frances went to the stale tournament at Pine Bluff and won consolation in the fifth flight. She went on to Fordyce to visit her sister-in-law. Mrs. Leni Blakely, and to Waldo to visit sister-in-law and brother, Aylmer and Helen Blakely. The tenth annual Old Fort Arts and Crafts Show and Sale will be held again this year on the tree-shaded grounds of the old Missouri Pacific Railroad depot in the heart of the oldest town in Oklahoma, Fort Gibson Dales for the event are Aug. 17 and 18, which are the dates of the Fort Gibson Rodeo. The show atlracls hobbyists and craftsmen from the four state area of Arkansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas and many of the booths will feature antiques. Over 40 exhibitors have reserved tables and others are expected before show dates. Mrs. George Gray and Mrs. Mary Luper returned Thursday from a ten-day tour of Hawaii. 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