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August 11, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 7

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Miss Mead Saturdays Bride Miss Barbara Lynn Mead, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul K. Mead of Slllwell, Okla., became the bride of Morris Randolph Cowan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert R. Cowan ot Fay- Saturday, morning, at 11 o'clock in the elteville Aug. 10, First Baptist Church in Stilwell. The marriage was performed by the Rev. B o b Batchelder before an altar centered with a 15-tiered candelabrum, entwined with greenery Hanked on either side by white wicker baskets holding gladioli. The altar rail was draped with garlands of greenery. Candles and natural light from a full-length stained glass window provided the only illumination for t h e double ring ceremony. Mrs. Bill Patterson, organist, presented selections of Bach, Beethoven and Handel, and accompanied Miss Trisha Walsh, who sang- "Entreat Me Not to Leave Thee" and "The Wedding Prayer." Presented in marriage by her lather, the bride wore a white gown of summer satin covered with organza. Old-fashioned lace formed a square yolk neckline cuffed the full organza sleeves, and accented a hemline ruffle. She wore a hat covered with matching old-fashioned lace tied with a satin bow, and carried a bouquet of white sweetheart roses, baby's breath and stephanolis. Miss Katy Mead was her sister's maid of honor and Miss A reception was h e l d immediately following the ceremony in the church hall. Assisting were Miss Tonla Peoples, who served the wedding cake, Miss Candfce Holt, who presided at the silver punch b o w l , and Miss Lea Ann Maestri at the silver coffee service. When the couple left for a wedding trip, the bride was Cover Ice Chest Idea Dear Heloise: I MRS. MORRIS RANDOLPH COWAN ... was Miss Barbara Lynn- Mead before her marriage Saturday morning in the First Baptist Church in Stilwell, Okla. Susan Isaacs of Stilwell was longer! flower girl. The bridgroom's father was best man and ushers were Doug Here is an idea T thought ol while cleaning our new foam ice chest, and it works beauti fully. Before your ice chest get soiled, cover it with adhesive- backed paper. Believe me, it makes tin cheapest ice chest look mor expensive and enticing. By wiping it with a dam cloth after each use, the outsid stays clean and, of course, last caring an otf-while linen dress d carried a matching jacket, er corsage was ot blue corn- iwers and roses. The couple will be at home Fayetteville where they are th seniors at the University Arkansas. Thrift Tip Save money by buying Chrisl- as cards at the sale after hristmas. Save time by ad ressing them during the .mmer months. Save friend hips by using the extra time n December to write letters nclose with the cards. KOBIE CAKES For Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays, and All Special Occasions. To Order Phone 839-2243 (Closed Tuesdays) Hwy 71, West Fork Mead, brother of the bride, and Dow Bonnell of Tulsa. Miss Sweetser Is Bride The century old Elkins Community Church was the setting for the afternoon wedding of Miss Mary Ellen Sweetser and William Keith Shofner Jr., on Sunday, July 28. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Patsy Sweetser of Elkins and Bob Sweetser of Fayetteville. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Keith Shofner ot Fayetteville. Special guests at the wedding were the bride's grandmothers, Mrs. . Margaret West of Elkins and Mrs. Sweetser of Greenland and her great grandmother, Mrs. Ina Simpson of Elkins. A. W. Chism, minister ot North Street Church of Christ, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. E. C. Warren, Jr., aunt 'of the bride, played a program of nuptial music preceding the wedding and accompanied the soloist, Mrs. Jack Sweetser. sister-in-law of the bride, as she sang "Sunrise · Sunset," and "I Won't Last A Day Without You," as .mothers of the bride and bridegroom were seated. In the foyer guests signed the bride's book where Miss Ann Robbins presided wearing a beige floor-length dress and a daisy corsage. The altar, lighted by white tapers in fan-shaped candelabra flanked by brass baskets containing yellow and white daisies, graced the chancel of the c h u r c h . Lighting candles were Craig S h o w e r s and Cindy Showers, cousins of the bride of Joplin, Mo., Charles Warren, cousin of the bride was ringbearer and Julie Showers; another cousin, was flower girl. Reserved family pews down the bridal aisle were marked with yellow satin ribbon. The bride, escorted to t h e Jackie P.S. I think you're a dear to share all your hints. You're the dear, Jackie, to write us this dilly. Bet lots of folks will be trying it. I tried covering one I had and haye used it for weeks and it still looks great! Heloise Dear Heloise: My mother is wonderful correspondent--among other things. She never reminds me that sometimes she had to ask the same question two or three times before I would answer her in one,of my letters.. So now after I've read hers I carry it in my purse. As : think of things I want to tel her, I write notes on the back of the envelope. When I finally sit down to write, I read her letter first and answer her questions. Next I make comments on news shi has written and ask any ques tions I might have. Then, I add the news from my own notes. This way I have a gooi memory-freshener! 1 Melva Barnet MRS; WILLIAM KEITH SHOFNER JR. altar by her twin brothers, wore _ _ was frfi ss Mary Ellen Sweetser before her afternoon a formal gown of sheer organza weddin( . at Elkins Community Church and imparted Chantilly lace. = defined the mandarin Lace neckline, the and accented Empire the full bodice bishop sleeves with wide cuffs. The Aline skirt was completely encircled with a band of lace. Her veil ot illusion was held by a cathedral train. She carried a white Bible, a graduation gift from the Elkins Community Church, and a cascade bouquet of yellow and white daisies with y e l l o w ' loye knots and streamers. Bridal attendants were Mrs. Lester Rogers, matron of honor, and Mrs. Gary Rankins. Miss Renee Shofner, sister of the bridegroom, served as junior bridesmaid. They wore identical gowns of cotton polyester with a yellow background and a floral design of deeper gold and light green fashioned with puff sleeves and self half belts with large bows in the back. Their garden hats were in a matching shade and they carried nosegays of yellow and white dai sies. Steve Terry was best man, groomsmen were Phillip Ezell and Robert Wallace Shofner, brother of the bridegroom, and ushers were Jack Sweetser and Joe Sweetser, twin brothers of the · bride, and Steve Spencer of Springfield, Mo. Ingth gown of summr knit Mrs. Sweetser chose a floor length gown of summer kni with harmonizing colors of the bridal attendants. Mrs. Shofner distributed yellow satin rose- shaped rice bags from white wicker baskets. The rehearsal luncheon was given Saturday by the bridegroom's parents at the Holiday Inn for members of the wedding party. __^^^_^^__ was attired double knit a floor length green gown ant bolh wore corsages of yellov daisies. ' Guests were received by thi bridal couple, their attendant: and parents at a reception which followed in fellowship hall of the church. The five tiered wedding cake decorate with fresh daisies was placec on a round table covered wit! a white lace cloth and also heli the bride's bouquet on a whit Bible. The, groom's cake wa circled with a garland of dai sies. Mrs. Homer Beard, aun of the bridegroom of Newpor cut the wedding cake and Mrs Danny Ray, his cousin, also o Newport, served It. Mrs. Jon Steward presided at the silve service and Miss Ruby Stoker bury served frosted punch. A wore corsages of yellow an white daisies. Farrah Ferguson ad B: Warren, cousin of the brid Lighting Baffles Decorators Lighting always has baffled ome decorators. No matter here lamps and ceiling, lights re placed, somehow the desir- d effect isn't attained. This frustration is likely to be perienced when one wants to ght up a particular area -- an rt wall, a piano, a game table n cntranceway, a work table o do so properly often has re uired major wall and ceiling istallations which can be ex ensive. Witli track lighting -- th ind formerly seen mainly · a m u s e u m s , galleries, com. merciat showrooms and the like -- now available for residentia se, the task may be made eas er, especially for do-it-yoursel ers. ' Lamp holders can be placei anywhere along a power trac o that one can change th ighting in an area at whim Then, too, the lamps are likel to use only 30, 40 or 50 watts nstead of the higher 60 to 15 valts likely to be used in lamp ir ceiling light. DO-IT-YOURSELF Installation ,of these lightin systems is touted as a simpl' do-it-yourself experience, ai vises one manufacturer. Th track is placed against the are one chooses, and the location of mounting holes are marker Holes are drilled at the mar ings, and the track is fastene to the surface. After that, 11 landholders -- spheres, cyli dcrs, squares -- are inserted. Light should hit the object about a 30-lo 45-degree angl In a room with a nine-foot ce ing, the track Is set 3 to 3 feet away from the wall. When the coupla left for edding trip, the bride wi earirfg a. yellow and white iuble knit dress and pinne e center of her bridal bouque her shoulder. They will be home in Fayetteville where e bridegroom will attend the niversity of Arkansas. Th ride is employed at the Bank Elkins. Among the out-of-town guest ere Mr. and Mrs. Buch Sho ers, Craig, Cindy and Juli Joplin, Mo., Mr. and Mrs layton · Spencer, Steve an cott and Miss Crystal Rees Springfield, Mo., Mr. rs. Homer Beard of Newport r. and Mrs. Danny Ray 0 ewport, Mrs. T. T. Taylor es Arc, Miss Marilyn Patric Germany and Miss Kath Ifells of Fort Smith. Dear Heloise: From experience in previou: years, I know that my "camp goers" come home with jus bout half of the things the; ook to camp. This year I made complet ists of everything I packed fo hem, and taped them to th nside of their suitcases. Now when they start to pack or home (hopefully) no item vill be left behind. Mom Well, they will at least know omething Is missing and perhaps will make an effort to find t. (Hopefully.) ' Heloise -ETTER OF LOVE Dear Heloise: To allow my wife to sleep a half-hour longer in the morning, instead o {having to get up o plug In her electric curlers and waiting for them to heat up, I plugged in the curlers to an automatic timer. . Now, when she wakes up, the curlers are hot enough to use. K. McCarthy Dear Heloise: I gathered all my tired anc "retired" plastic flowers anc greenery together into one big bunch--all colors and varieties I put them into a wire hang ing basket and swung it outside my bathroom window. Breezes sway it -- sunshine makes it gleam -- raindrops add sparkling drops. I think it's great. Wanna Bale: Dear Heloise: I spruce up cottage cheese and peach salad by mixing ii a bit of frozen orange juice (ful strength, but thawed) am stirring it well. Mary Holde Daily Calendar of Events Today Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 2-way radlt headquarter! [for Your Prescription Needs SeaUi QUAKER DRUG « E. Center City Parking Lot IB Rear 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, Hillcrest Towers, Mondi through'Friday, 9 a.m. to. 5 p.m. Welcome Wagon Bowling, Ozarks Lanes, 10 a.m. Fayetteville Board of Realtors, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Jack Tidball Post and Auxiliary, VFW, VFW Hall, 6 p.m. B and PW Club, Wyait's, 6:30 p.m. Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 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. Washington Lodge No. 1 FAM, Masonic Temple, 7: p.m. La Leche League, Mrs. Hamby Tana, 8 p.m. M^ Miss Reed Will Marry In Texas Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Aug. 11, 1974 FAYETTEVIUUE, ARKANSAS of Mrs. Miriam Isabel Johnston, also ot Irving. The bride-elect is the graiidaiiKhlcr of Mrs. r, i .1 A H - John C. Hamilton and the late Dr. and Mrs. Burdclte Allison Capl H a n i ju o i l O f Fayetlcvillc. lecd ot Irving. Tex., have a n - ; M1?s Recd a g,. a dj a te of Ir- ounced the.' engagement o t | V i n g High School, attended Exp- icir daughter. Nancy Allison, icutive Secretarial College in William Huber Johnston, son I Dallas, and her fiance, a grad- uale of McArthur High School in Irving, attended North Texas State University in Denton. He is employed by Mason Aluminum Co. The wedding will be an event of Dec. 20 in the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer in Irving. A u g u s t During the Month of August We Are Again Having Our Christmas Card Sale Cards ordered from Albums less 15% Table of Boxed Assortments less 50% COME IN - - ORDER NOW P R I N T I N G C O M P A N Y SEW GO FABRICS · PLAID ft STRIPE S U I T I N G S · DAN R I V E R SEERSUCKER · P A N C T SINGLE KNITS Machine washable sports, dress and party fabrics. 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