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Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., July 28, FAYITTIVILLC, ARKANSAS Miss Sipe Bride On Sunday Lewis-Gardner Wedding I Church Event Friday Night On Saturday afternoon, July 27, at 4 o'clock, Miss P a u l a Wilson Sipe became Hie bride of Robert Walter Crouch in the First Presbyterian Church in Fort Smith. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Paul Wilson Sipe and the late Mr. Sipe of Fort Smith and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Henry Crouch of Fayctteville. The Rev. J. S. Russell performed the ceremony. Mrs. L. A. Whittaker was organist, and Lonnie Boene of Little K o c k, soloist. Given in marriage by Col. E. H. Manley of Alexandria, Va., her ui^cle. the bride wore a Pic- clone original formal bridal gown of ivory Swiss organza and pcau de sole. The decolelte neckline and bodice were embellished with pearl-embroidered Aleneon lace motifs which were repeated on the long slender traditional sleeves. The widened skirt and formal train were circled with a deep garland of pearled Alencoi: appliques and a lace and pear! Juliet cap held her finger-tip bouffant veil. She carried a cas- MRS. ROBERT WALTER CROUCH ... toas Miss Paula Wilson Sipe before her marriage, at the First Presbyterian Church in Fort Smith Fnyelteville was matron of honor. Davidson of St. Miss Jodi Davis cade bouquet of white roses. Mrs. Stephen C. Fisher of Miss Cindy Gardner of Springdale became the bride of Herbert Anderson Lewis III of Â·'ayctteville in a candlelight ceremony Friday evening, July 26, at 7 o'clock in the First United Presbyterian Church in Springdale. The bride is the daughter of Mr- and Mrs. Ronald Gardner Jr., 2003 Pin Oak Drive, Springdale. and grandaughter of the late and "" ~ ' ' "---' Richards, all of Fort Smith. The bridegroom and Mrs. -- . is the grandson of Mrs. and Lewis Jr.. of Fayetteville. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Anderson Lewis Sr., and Mrs. Virginia Martin and the great grandson of Mrs. Bert Lewis and the late Mrs. Lewis, also of Fayetteville. Vows of the double ring cere- the Mr. Mrs. Ronald Gardner Sr., Mrs. and Mrs. John A. all of Fort Sm the son of Mr. Herbert Anderson mony were altar lighted repeated at the by yellow tapers her sister's Bridesmaids were Miss Jeanie Sipe. another sister of Fort Smith, Miss Mari- .yn Crouch of Fayetteville. the iridegroom's sister, Mrs. Steve Kavanaugh and Mrs. Tim English of Little Rock, Mrs. Barry Louis. Mo., of Harrison and Miss Jane Brockmann of Fayetleville. Mis Hazel Ann Fisher of Fayetleville, niece of the bride, was flower girl. The bridegroom's father was best man, and groomsmen and ushers were John Reid, Roy Brown, Steve Wood. Louis Bunch, Stenhen Fisher, brother- in-law of the bride, all of Fayetteville. Tom C o l e of Little Rock and Jim Little Rock. A recent! on House followed Hall of North at the Bonneville ceremony where Miss Brenda Brenner Becca Melhorn Parkin, Miss PaHi Bell of Dallas Miss Linda C l a r k of Little Rock. M i s s Dena K. French of Moro and Miss Marion Hawkins of Fort Smith served. After a trip to New Orleans. La., and Florida the-eouple will be at home in Springfield. Mo., where the bridegroom will be sociatod with Crouch Cattle Co'. in an arched 15 branched can- celabra, flanked by two nine branched spiral candelabra decorated with gladioli, carnations and roses with yellow bows and streamers. Pews were marked with hurricane lanterns accented wilh bows of the bride's chosen colors, yellow and white. The Rev. Ralph Thiesse, pas- or of the Presbyterian Church n Lincoln, officiated. Candel- ighters were Bobby Mack of ^lano, Tex., cousin of the bride and Tim my Lewis' of Fayetteville, cousin of the bridegroom. Mrs. James Capps, organist, played a prelude of nuptial selections including "Brida" Chorus" by Wagner and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March," md accompanied the soloist Steve Lamaslus, who sang 'Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee," and "The Loi Prayer" as the couple knelt foi the benediction. The bride, given in marria'ge !Jy her father, wore a forma white pristeen gown of Poin de Sprite with the portrai neckline and long sleeve enhanced with edgings o Venise lace. Her formal-lengtl Watteau train was attached a the Empire waistline of the ful skirt of the gown. A Venise laci cap secured her full-length veil of English illusion with its sprinkling of lace appliques. She carried a traditional bridal bouquet fashioned of yellow sweetheart roses, stephanotis and dypsophylia with apricot r i b b o n love knots and trcamers. Mrs. Ross Vlvona Jr., sister I the bride, served as -matron )f honor. Mrs. Walter H. Green II of Little Rock, another sis- er, was bridesmatron, and bridesmaids were Miss Sally Gardner of Dallas, Tex., also icr sister, Mrs. Becky Lewis of Fayetteville, sister of the jridegroom, and Miss Becky Conlee of Fayetteville. They wore identical bailor dresses of yellow moise voile, featuring detachable ruffled capelets and ~ull bell skirts ending in deep 'lounces- Yellow shoes complemented the . dresses. .Each carried a Continental basket of Jladioli, daisies,: carnations and sweetheart roses in graduating shades :of yellow to apricot. Miss Robin Mack of Piano, 1'ex., cousin of the bride, who ras junior bridesmaid, was similarly attired. The flower girl, Lisa Lester, daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. Tommy Lester of Springdale, carried a miniature basket of yellow flowers complementing jer yellow dotted Swiss pinafore dress with eyelet ruffles on the bottom of the skirt and across the shoulders. Herbert Anderson Lewis Jr., served his son as best man, and groomsmen were Ronnie Bumpass of Fayetteville, broth- and Mike Maxwell, Chris James and Randal Tyson, all of Fayetteville. Ford Lewis, brother of the bridegroom was junior groomsman. Ringbearers were Gardner Green of Little Eock, nephew of the bride, and Bart Bumpass of Fayetteville, nephew of the bridegroom. Mrs. Gardner chose for her daughter's wedding an apricot formal chiffon gown, featuring a draped bodice, full sleeves with rhinestone buttons on the front and a flowing skirt. Mrs. Lewis, mother of the bridegroom, wore a formal-length ensemble of dusty pink knit, trimmed with pearl buttons and matching accessories. Both the greal grandmother, Bert Lewis, wore corsages Debbi Porter, wore corsages of gardenias wilh sweetheart roses and natural foliage. The paternal grandmother, Mrs. Herbert Anderson Lewis Sr., the maternal 'grandmother, Mrs. Virginia Martin, and Mrs. . of yellow cymbidium orchids. After the ceremony, the bride's parents entertained at a reception at the Fireside Inn, Assisting' were Miss "-"Â·' Lewis, Miss Gjenda Mrs. Chris James, Miss Jeanie Kattan, Miss Sandy Moffat and Mrs. Rick Collins. The bride's table, coverec with white net, was skirted anc accented wilh loops of yellow ribbon caught at the corners It was centered wilh a tal! pedestal wedding cake loppet with yellow fresh flowers. The silver punch bowl, the silver coffee service and silver can delabra encircled with flowers and greenery completed the table decor. For travel the bride charrge to a yellow pant suit with prin voile blouse. After a wedding trip to Florida the coqple vyil be at home in FayettevilU where the bridegroom is asso elated with his father in Lewi Ford Sales. The bride, wh completed her degree al tin University of Arkansas wil teach the second grade at West wood Elementary School ir Springdale at the beginning o the fall term of school. Out-of-town guests includec Mrs. and Mrs. J. R. Duvall o Oklahoma City, Okla., Dr. anc Mrs. Robert L- Mack Jr., o Piano, Tex., Miss Ada Young Miss Aylene Ragland, Mr. am Mrs. Carnell Gardner and Mr and .Mrs. Fort Smith, C. Gardner and Mrs. and Mrs Jim Stephens of Tulsa, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Pyeatt o Searcy and Mr. and Mrs Robert Mack Sr., Mr. and Mrs Frank Grobmyer and Mr. an Mrs. Jamie Boyer of Littl Rock. Dale Englehart Mr. and Mrs. W Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Wilhurn W. Cox of Malvern announce tlie engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Â· Jan Elizabeth, to James Burl : Schrepel Jr., of Fort Smith. His parents are Mrs. Phyllis : Schrepel of Fayetleville and ; J. B. Schrepel of Falls Â· Church, Va. Grandparents of Miss Cox are Mr. and Mrs. 'Â· Crit Stuart and Albert C o x Â· and the late Mrs. Cox, all of \ 'Malvern. The bride-elect is a ; 1972 graduate of Malvern High School and attended Ar- kansas Baptist Medical Center School of Racllologic Technology in Little Rock. She graduated June 28 from Sparks Regional Medical Center School of Radinlogic Technology. Her fiance graduated from Fayetteville Higli School in 1063 and is a 1967 graduate of Sparks Regional Medical Center School of Radio- logic Technology. He is a Vietnam veteran, and is employed at Sparks Center in Fort Smilh. A fall wedding is planned. Vinegar In Water Good For Cleaning Dear Heloise: I clean doors and woodwork that are varnished or shellacked by using four tablespoons of vinegar to half a pail of warm water. Be sure to wring the old towel out very tight and dry. When I first heard of this me- Ihod, I ran homt and tried it on a beautiful varnished paneled door. It is absolutely like a mirror and the dirt that came off...you should have seen it! Remeber, only four tablespoons of vinegar and more...to the half pail of waler. Margaret Bowles Dear Heloise: When making tomato juice, after you have precooked the tomatoes to the tender stage, put thetomatoes in your blender, and if you want, then put t h e tomatoes through a strainer. It is much easier. Then you can put the tomato juice directly in jars and process, the same as for canning lomatoes. Mary Owen Dear Heloise: I'd like to give my friend Mary Howard credit for this hint. Empty the contents of your purse onto a newspaper when you want to tidy the purse. Simple as it seems, there must be something pyscholo- gical about it that makes a dreaded chore seem easy. Dorothy Hurley Leflar-Brew Marriagt Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bre of Fort Collins, Colo., have an nounced the marriage of their daughter, Nancy Jo, to Charle Joseph Leflar, son of Dr. an Mrs. Robert Leflar of Fayette ville. The marriage took place Mercy Chapel in Fort Collii on June 16. Plans Fall Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Paul Frills of Route 1, Wesley, announce the engagement of (heir daughter, Glenda, to Thomas C. Christian II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Christian, Route 1, Fayelieville. Miss Frills is a graduate of Huntsville High School and is presently a student at (he University of Arkansas. The prospective bridegroom graduated from C o r t e z High School in Phoenix, Ariz., and is majoring in Animal Science at the University. T h e wedding is planned for October. I: Â·:Â·;Â·:;Â·:Â·:'Â·:Â·'Â·:'Â·::Â·'Â·Â· M : I "Bridal Gowns "Bride's Maids Mother of the Bride's Dresses invitations Wedding Accessories *Vfedding Photography BUY YOUR BRIDAL GOWN HERE AND WE WILL GIVE YOU TWO 8 x 10 PHOTOGRAPHS OF YOU IN YOUR NEW GOWN AT NO CHARGE The Bride's World | Northwest Arkansas' Most Complete Bridal Shop jj Downtown Springdale Across from the 1st National Bank | 10! E. Emma 751-6772 | i V Â·: Â«Â·Â·Â·:!Â·:Â·::Â·..Â·:Â·..Â·" JCPenney ~ J Dear Heloise: I found a nice way to use the cards I received at my shower before our baby daughter was born. I lined the inside of a cardboard box with adhesive-backed shelf paper and glued the cards on the outside of the box. It make a nice toy box. June Hayward Dear Heloise: Cutting buttonholes w i l h a seam ripper is great if you do it very carefully. April Swim MRS HERBERT ANDERSON LEWIS III .. was Miss Cindy Gardner before her Friday evening marriage at the Presbyterian Church in Springdale To Marry In August The engagement of M i s s Viola May Miser and Bill Hugh Hazelwood of Fayetteville is being announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Miser, Route 4, Rogers. Par- enls of Ihe prospective bridegroom are (he Rev. and Mrs. Mrs. Harvey Hazehvnod of Lincoln. The wedding will he an event of Aug. 2-1 al 2 p.m., in Brlghlvvalcr United Melli- otlist Church, Rogers. 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