Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 4, 1974 · Page 9
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August 4, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Couple Weds n.CHureh MRS. JAMES DALE SANDERS ... was Miss Patty Lu Burnett imiil her Friday evening wedding at Mountain Springs Missionary Baptist Church . On Friday, Aug. 2, at 7:30 o'clock in the evening at Mountain Springs Missionary Baptist Church at Hindsville, Miss Patty Lu Burnett became the bride of James Dale Sanders. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Burnett of Fayetteville, and the bride grooin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Sanders of Hindsville. Kevin Walker, minister, performed the double ring ceremony, and music was providet by Miss Karen Reed, pianist and John Hussey, soloist. He sang "Pass It On," and "Wedding Song." Candelabra and baskets of red and white gladioli decorated the altar and single white candles were placed in each window. ; ; Given ini marriage by her father,' the bride wore a gown of organza and Cluny lace. The Empire waistline was emphasized by white velvet ribbon ending in streamers in the back. Fashioned with a standup collar, full sleeves, the organza skirt ended in a hemline ruffle. Her headpiece was a Juliet cap covered with lace which secured her ; full-lertgth veil. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and baoy's breath^ Miss Tonie Turrentine of Fayetteville was maid of honor and Miss Radonna Collins of Yorba Linda, Calif., was bridesmaid. They wore navy blue and white gingham dresses with red trim and carried a single red rose. They ; wore 'white ribbons in their hair with white carnations and blue baby's breath. Darrell Robinson of Batesville was.best man, Alan Evans of Fayetteville was groomsman and ushers were Randy Laney and Mike Burnett, the bride's brother. Miss Debbie Burnett, Northwest Arkenwi TIMES, Sun., Aug. 4, 1974 · SB FAYETTEVILLl, ARKANSAS . _____ Miss Ray Saturday's Bride A t 7 o'clock Saturday evening, Aug. 3. in Roebuck Chapel of tlie First United Methodist Church in Fort Smith, Miss Barbara Ann Ray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Ray, became the bride of Robert Randolph Lusk. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Lusk or Fayetteville. The Rev. James McKay, Wesley Foundation minister at State College of Arkansas in Conway, performed the ceremony. Miss Edna Earle Masscy was organist and Kod Hocolt was soloist. Given in marriage by her fattier, the bride wore a gown of bridal satin with Empire waistline and chapel-length train trimmed with bands of lace. Her fingertip veil of ijlu- sion was edged with matching lace, and she carried a bouquet of daisies and yellow roses. Miss Tom A. Thompson ol Fort Smith was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Huthanne Lusk of Fayelteville and Miss Rcgina Woodard ol Searcy. Jerry Young of Fort Smith served the bridegroom, as best man. Robert Mossman of Huntsvillc and John Lusk ot Fayetteville were groomsmen. A reception followed the ceremony at the church. Serving were Miss Judy Temple, Miss Margaret Brown, Miss Lynn Kirkpalrick and Miss Elizabeth Lewis. -· : ' After a wedding trip- to Missouri, the couple will liva in Siloam S p r i n g s . ' T h e bridegroom is band director in the Gentry schools. "" MRS. ROBERT RANDOLPH LUSK ..". was'Miss Barbara Ann Ray until her Saturday evening.-marriage in Fort Smith · .' Miss Joan,Edmiston To Wed In August Home Ceremony sister, lighted the the bride's candles. Miss Ann Brandon of Sbreve- port. La., attended the guest book. The bride's mother wore an iqua dou'ble knit dress -with crocheted sleeves, and .the Dridegroorh's mother wore a mint- green linen dress. The bridal';couple received guests at the door of the church after the ceremony where Debbie ' Burnett distributed rice bags. For travel, the bride wore a princess street-length dress, of Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Edmiston of Fayetteville announce the forthcoming marriage ot their daughter, Joan Hartley, to Jererhy Hess, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Hess of Port Washington, N. Y. The bride-elect is the grandaughter of Mrs. C. J. Tidwell of Fayetteville, Miss Edmiston received a B .A. degree from the University ol Arkansas and a master's degree from C. W. Post University in New York. Her. fiance received his B. A. degree from Knox College in Illinois and his master's from the University of Arkansas. The wedding will be an event of Saturday, Aug. 10, at B o'clock in the evening at the home of the bride's parents, 1419 N. Woolsey Street. maroon and accessories. white They with will white make their home on Route. 2, Hindsville. Household Hint . Your cloths and your closet will always smell nice if you hang sweet scented sachet bags in the closet. Miss Connie Hutson Honored : . M i s s Connie Hutson, bride- elect of Paul Dixon, was honored with a bridal shower Tuesday Mrs. evening Hoy B. at the home of Allen. Mrs; Troy Hendricks and Mrs. Rcba Davis were co-hostesses. Corsages of white daisies and yellow - chrysanthemums were presented to the honoree and to her mother, Mrs. Denver Hutson, and to the prospective bridegroom's mother. Mrs. John Dillard. . Gifts were arranged on a table decorated with entwined yellow hearts upon which were perched two lovebirds. Mrs. Hutson and Mrs. Dillard assisted Miss Hutson in opening gifts. In addition, each guest brought her favorite recipe. These were collected in a wooden recipe file, which was a gift from Hie hostesses, as was a vegetable bowl in the honoree's china pattern. Following the opening of gifts, refreshments of petit-fours and fruit punch were served from a table covered with a yellow and white checked cloth and centered with an ' arrangement of yellow chrysanthemums and white daisies flanked by crystal c a n d e l a b r a holding white tapers, Table appointments were of crystal. The wedding will be an event of Saturday, Aug. 31, at Central United Methodist Church. '· Miss Walton Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Sam M. Walton of Bentonville announce t h e engagement of their daughter, Alice Louise, to Laurahce Easfis III, son of Mr. a n d Mrs. Laurance Eustln II of New Orleans, La. The hride- elect is the granddaughter of Mrs. Leland 'S. Robson of Claremore, Okla., and t h e late Air. Rolison, and Thomas G. Walton of Columbia, Mo., and the late Mrs. Walton. She is a graduate of Bentonville High School and of Trimly University in San Antonio, Tex. She Is presently an inv. m~nt analyst for First Commerce Corp. of New Orleans. The prospective bridegroom is a graduate of Center College of Kentucky and is associated with his father in the Laurance Eustic Co., in New Orleans. The wedding will he an event of 7 o'clock in t h e evening on Aug. 31, at t h e home of the bride's parents in Bentonville. FABRIC SALE FABRICS FOR LATE SUMMER RACK TO SCHOOL SEW/NG SUMMER SEWING SPECIALS Machine washable sports, dress and party fabrics. 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