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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, July 28, 1974
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Miss Jane Hunt Is Bride University Baptist Church m l wedding it Miss Jane Hunt Fayelteville was the setting for and W a y n e Garrison. The the Saturday morning, July 27,[and Mrs, Johnnie B, Hunt of Springdale and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Garrison ol Kayettovillo are parents of the bridegroom. The Rev. H. D. McOarty officiated at the ceremony with wedding music presented by Mrs. Robert Baddy, organist, and Miss Susan Freeman, soloist, who sang, "The Wedding Song." and "Whither Thou Goest." Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal gown of while silk organza and peau de soie, fashioned with fitted bodice, scooped neckline · and full leg o'mutlon sleeves. The bodice, sleeves and skirt were enhanced with Nottingham braid and Venise lace. Rows of lace adorned the skirt and outlined the chapel train, Her veil was a mantilla of re-embroidered English net and was secured by a Juliet cap of lace and illusion falling to a cathedral train. She carried a Venetian cascade bouquet of white Fleur d'Amour, stephanotis, yellow tea roses accented with baby's breath and fresh ivy and yellow satin ribbons, Miss Susan Alwood of boro was m a i d oF h o n o r - a n d bridesmaids were Miss Teresa Garrison, sister of the bridegroom, Miss Janie McDonald, Miss Fonda Stone of Stuttgart and Miss Mary Ann Faulkner of Little Rock. They wore dresses of mint green checked dotted Swiss with Empire waistlines, short puffed sleeves a n d scooped necklines. Their garden hats were in a matching shade and they carried nosegays of small summer pastel flowers accented with baby's breath and fresh ferns tied with pastel satin ribbons. Dale aGrrison served his bro ther as best man and groomsmen and ushers were Bryan ... before her Saturday morning marriage at Vniver- Kunt, brother of the bride, tity Baptist Church in Fayetteville was Miss Jam Hunt Trom , my » He in n ' w ,?°n y B 5? selt r ayectcvuie and Lan t*ross Newport. The mother of the bride wore floor-length gown of yellow enise lae. Mrs, Garrison was tired in a pink acetate floor- ngth gown, and both wore rsages of while Phalenopsis chids. Mrs. J. J. DeBusk, 'andmother of the bride, and rs. Earnest Wilson, grand- other of the bridegroom, wore irsages of gardenias. The altar was flanked by irnmertlme arrangements of ixed flowers in hues of yellow, me green, blue, lavender, ink and white. The three large anding arrangements were esigned especially for the ride in antique white wicker oor baskets and flanked the rtiite cushioned kneeler where e bride and bridegroom ex- langed vows. Miss Beeks Engaged MRS. WAYNE GARRISON This 'n That About Town By MARY ALICE PEARSON The White River Valley Arts and Crafts Fair opens Thursday, Aug. 8, for three exciting days at historic Shadow Rock Park in Forsyth, Mo. - ' Set against a backdrop of Bull Shoals Lake and the towering Swan Creek bluffs, the Fair, will feature crafts and artwork as authentically Ozark as its surroundings. More than 60 exhibitors Will display their handiwork, which ranges from, forged metalwork to sand painting. Among the displays this year will be pottery operations, with the Potters' wheels in action, weaving, painting, wood carving' and quilting. These and the many other exhibits will be set up In the fair building in the park, right on t h e shore of Bull Shoals Lake. The location is actually the site of Uie old town of Forsyth, a historic spot at the mouth of Swan Creek which was once the site, in turn, of an Indian village. The Fair will begin at 11 a.m. and will remain open until 10 p.m. A special feature this year will be two-hour mountain music shows with local talent on Thursday and Friday nights. All amateur and professional artists are invited to exhibit in the Northwest Arkansas Fine Arts Gallery Show and Sale and are reminded that entry blanks must be returned to Betty Read by Thursday, Aug. 1 Her address is 1324 W. Cleveland, Fayetteville. '.:·, - . · · - · To benefit the Cerebal Palsy School building fund, it will be held in Fellowship Hall of the First United Presbyterian Church. All exhibits must be framed, ready for hanging and brought to the church on Saturday, Aug: 3, between t h e . hours of-10 a.m. and 3 p.m. for registration. The show and sale will be open to the public on Sunday, Aug. 4, from 3 p.m. until 7 p.m., and again on Monday, Aug.. 5, from 1:30 p.m. until 5 p.m.. and in the evening from 7 until 10 o'clock. Dr. Tom Turpin will give a free art lecture on Sunday at 4 p.m., and two on Monday, one at 3 p.m., and another at 8 p.m. Rolf and Ursula Krause of 'Hamburg, Germany are guests of Darlene and Gregory Beck. They have been in the United States since the latter part of June and will be here until Wednesday- He is a graduate student and she teaches in an elementary school in Germany. Rolf has friends here made during an earlier visit. Oarolyn Harper will join the teaching faculty at Saint Mary of the Plains College this fall as an instructor in theatre communication. She holds baccalaureate and masters degrees from the University of Arkansas where she served as a graduate teaching assistant. ' ' . Ruth and Carl Tune have returned from a month's vacation that included a visit to Expo '74 in Spokane, Wash. Other points of interest visited were Pike's Peak, Seven Falls, Royal Gorge, Yellowstone Park and Old Faithful, Redwood Forest, Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco, .the Grand Canyon, Painted Desert and Petrified Forest. They spent a few days in Anaheim, Calif., with Carl's sister and brother- in-law, Colleen and Warren Heckathorn. En route to a new duty station, LC0R P. L. Mhoon, USN, visited with his parents, the Gordon Mhoons at Lake Sequoyah. After a duty tour in Honolulu, he will report to the USS Oamden in Bremerton, Wash. ,in August. His initial assignment is that of operations executive officer aboard the vessel. Mr. and Mrs. James E. Flottman and son, Jimmy, have returned to their home in Denver after a visit here w i t h his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Flottman. He is manager of market and sales analysis for John Mansfield. James K. Mattocks, grandson of the Everett McGaughs has been awarded the Eagle scouting award and the highest honor in the Order of tile Arrow. Jim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Mattocks of Bowie, Md., and his mother is the former Marjorie McGaugh. He is a recent graduate of Bowie High School and plans to the University of Maryland for pre-med studies and then to Johns Hopkins for medical training. Rebecca Bowlin of Winslow was named to the Dean's Honor Roll at Claremore Junior College for the spring semester. Dr Duncan Couch, dean of the New School of Music and Fine Arts at Southwest Baptist College in Bolivar, Mo has amouncfed the addition of Richard A. Niyen of Fayetteville ETthe music faculty He will instruct in brass. For the past two ye?rsf h e h a s served as band director in Fayetteville schools. Bonita Williams, former instructor at Wood lawn Junior HiaH School in Fayettev lie, is a new staff member of t h e Home EcoTomicrdepartment at Ouachita Baptist Umvers, y in Arkadelphia. She is the current president of the Arkansas Home Economics Association. Her husband W. C. Williams, is the Industrial Cooperative Training Coordinator for Arkansas Public Schools. Rita Glover one of two Official Hair Fashion Committee members from'Arkansas, is home after a meeting of the educational committee of the National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association in Dallas that designed and released hair fashions for fall to coordinate with current wearing apparel The new hairstyles are "The Classic," "Nostalgic, r 'Rpmantie" and "Dramatic." Home from Oskaloosa, Kan., where she visited her sister, is Velma Segraves. Bobbye Jo and Waymon Halbrook with daughter, Karen, who have been on a trip to California and Washington, got home Wednesday. Alistair'Elizabeth is the name chosen by Carolyn and Da- Tld Newbern for their daughter who was born last Sunday July 21. Happy grandparents are Lester Lewis and M a r y Frances and Banks Newbern. Back from a visit with her parents in Gulfporl, Miss., is Louise Salmon. Mr. and Airs. Billy H. Becks of Springdale announce the engagement and approach- Ing marriage of their daughter, Anifa Raylene, to Rick Reed, son of Mr; and Mrs. Dale Rmd of Morrow. T h e wedding will be an event of Sept. 14, at 7 o'clock in the evening at Elmdalc Baptist Church In Springdale. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. . · Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary Has Regular Meet The Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary met Tuesday evening at the American Legion Hut- in Spruigdsle with Mrs. Johnsie Dean, commander, presiding. Assisant condutress, Mrs. Evelyn Baker advanced the co- Reserved family pews down ie bridal aisle were marked 1th nosegays of yellow a n d hite flowers with a profusion baby's breath tied with ellow bridal satin ribbons. The bride's book was placed n a round table with a white neri cloth and accented by an Idj white wicker basket rrangement of mixed summer owers. Miss DeAnn Duckworth t Heber Springs, cousin of the ride was in charge of the ride's book. A reception was held in the orrie of the bride's parents, talian wooden tubs with brass ands filled with golden yellow urns were placed on either ide of the front double doors it the entrance of t h e [unt residence. The interior arden was planted with minia- ure holly shrubs forming the etler H and featuring a foun- aih over which hung a white rought. iron bird cage filled with fresh flowers in pastel olors. The bride's table in the ormal dining area was covered iy a handmade cloth of satin nd pearls, a family heirloom wned by the bride's grand-, mother. The table with all slier appointments was centered vith a silver wine cooler lolding an arrangement of mixed flowers in pastel shades, foii'r-tiered wedding cake vas topped with yellow tea oses, baby's breath and stephanotis. The s a m e flowers vere placed around the base tf the cake where bridal attendants served. Other serving areas of the home were accen ed with similar arrangements w h e r e open face sandwiches nd hors d'oeuvres were ser- 'ed. Hostesses were Mrs. Jack )uckworth and Mrs. David DeBusk of Heber Springs, aunts of the bride. Mrs. Orville Stout if Fayettevile and Mrs. Quinon Skelton of Springdale, aunts }f the bridegroom. Mrs. David McDonald Jr., Mrs. Fred Stone of Stuttgart, Mrs. Percy Fcn- fow of Fayetteville and Mrs. toward Griffin of Sprinadale. Sara and Ashley DeBusk of leber Springs, cousins of the bride, distributed rice bags and oelic mementoes to each guest "rom white wicker baskets. After a resort honeymoon rip, the couple will be at home n Fayettevile where they attend the University of Arkan- las. Clinton To Speak To Women Democrats BENTONVILLE - Bill Clinton, Democratic candidate for the third Congressional District will be featured speaker at a dinner meeting of the Benton - County Democratic Women's Club at 7 p,m. Aug. 1 at the Rogers Holiday Inn. Reservations may he made by calling Mrs. James Walters at 273-3378 "or Mrs. Richard H. Smith at 636-7722 before July 29. lors, with the prayer led b Mrs. Anita Persons, chaplain. Adjutant, Mrs. Sara Zerbes reported that rides had bee 'tirnished for elder residents Madison County as a comm nity service project. It was announced that tl DAV is serving coffee at th VA Hospital out-patient roo one day a week and servers ha been, Mrs. Virginia M o r r i Mrs. Baker and Mrs. Dean. Auditors appointed for t coming year were Mrs. Barb ra Williams and Mrs. Mell Linebarger. New members a Mrs. Williams and Miss Wypr Gage with Susan Jordan a ju ior visitor to the meeting. All veterans and their wiv were extended an invitation the Aug. 27 DAV meeting the Springdale American Legi Hut with Bill Clinton, Candida for U.S. R e p r e s e n t a t i v scheduled to be the gue speaker. . . Today Daily Calendar of Events Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, CA Hospital, 7 p.m. Ai-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2 -Way Radio Tour 2-way ia«Jfo b **ctron!e» 530 N. Collez* 192* 44J-B2J For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG K E, Center -- 4424246 City Parking Lot In Rear Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., July 28, 1974 · PAVKTTKVILLI, ARKANSAS ' fA Yugoslav Brides Costly By IVAN STEFANOVIC Associated Press Writer JOSTIVAR, Yugoslavia (AP) DJemal Eyupi, a laborer in is Macedonian city, worked rd lo save enough money to ly a wife. He reached his goal. They arried. And she ran off -- itli the money. Djemal started saving again, In many villages and towns' Macedonia 'girls are heavily ulnumborcd by men and con- equently at a premium. And though the Yugoslav Penal ode Forbids the sale of brides dowries, marriageable these communities car- y heavy prices on their heads- Kadri Biljali, 23, gave his respective father-in-law a $!,· 50 down payment on his 15 ear-old daughter. To complete ic marriage agreement h hen had another $3,500 to find alt of it in -gold. Inflation on the marriage narket is increasingly both ring Macedonian men. One o hem, Nevzal Biljali, wa moved lo complain to Presiden osef Broz Tito recently in etter imploring his aid.. 'We must pay between 40,00(1 mcl 60,00 Odinars -- $2,300 anc 3,500 -- to the girl's father ti et up the wedding," Biljali, 29 uough iris in vrole from the village of Cer- gan, near here. "We get this money together hrough hard labor. Then we lave to pay another 40,000 di- nars in goal. "We are asking you, the dearest friend of Albanians living n this country, to abolish this excessive burden.' Nevzat's letter found its way ;q the Cabinet of the Macedo nian state government. A spokesman pointed out that ,he problem of barter brides could not be solved by legal means, as legislation banning the practice already existed. He said the Cabinet hac made no specific recommenda- :ions. but had urged "hroi't!- based social action and tho^^n- volvement of all social and : ;do- lillcal organizations In 'Macedonia to eliminate bride-btiy- ing." Completes Course Airman Apprentice LoutsbijP ybyer, son of Mrs. H ' "*" Lybyer of F a y e t t e v i l . , completed the Aviation ' V j dinanccman School at Milli ton, Tenn. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week SUMMER SALE BILLYE'S MATERNITY SHOP, Inc. "EVERYTHING FOR THE EXPECTANT MOTHER" SALE !4 OFF SALE 502 W. Emma Springdale Ph. 751-1474- Monday Recycling Center, West Street, All Day Every Day Recycling Sub-Station for Newspapers, Behind .Butterfie Trail School, All Day Every Day Community Adult Center, Hillerest Towers, Monday through Friday. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Welcome Wagon Bowling, Ozark Lanes, 10 a.m. 1964 Fayetteville High School Class Reunion Planning Session, SWEPCO, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regionla Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Mu Alpha Ihefa Plans National Convention The fifth national Mu Alpha Theta convention will be held on (he University of Arkansas campus Aug. 4-7. Approximately 400 delegates from 20 states are pre-registered. Former members and friends of Mu Alpha Theta may attend the banquet which will be held in the Arkansas Union Monday evening, Aug. 5, at 6:30 p.m. Dr. Richard V. Andree of Norman, OkJa., co-founder of Mu Alpha Theta will he the speaker. 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