Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on August 25, 1974 · Page 9
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August 25, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

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Miss Cash Is Bride At Home MRS. DANIEL BEN BURROW On Sunday, Aug. 18, at 3 o'clock in the afternoon, Miss Cynthia Catherine Cash became the bride of Daniel Ben Burrow i nthe home of her parents, Col. and Mrs. Kflwin Cash, 7500 Old Wire Road, in Fayetteville. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Burrow Jr., of Augusta. The Rev. Robert Cupp of University Baptist Church performed the double r i n g ceremony before a large arrangement of white chrysanthemums, white daisies and white roses, accented with blue and yellow flowers. Other floral pieces in the home contained the same flowers. . The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor- length gown of white satin. The princess lines of the dress featured a rounded neckline and short sleeves, gathered and banded. Her floor-length veil of illusion, bordered in lace, w a s secured by a lace and pearl headpiece, and she carried a bouquet of white rosebuds, :was Miss Cynlhia Catherine Cash prior to her marriage white daisies and baby's breath. I Sunday, Aug. IS, in a home ceremony . ' Miss-Lea.Manning of Grove, ' Okla., was the bride's only attendant, and wore a floor-length dress of blue crepe satin. Her bouquet was of white daisies. Charlie Cash, brother of the bride, lighted the candles. Charles Keene of Little Rock was best man. Mrs. Bob Gaddy of Fayetteville, organist, provided nuptial music. Mrs. Cash wore a blue dress and Mrs. Burrow a pink dress. Both wore corsages of white roses. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the bride's home. Miss Ann Foster of Mena and Miss Melanie Palmer of Kennett, Mo., assisted. When the couple left for a wedding trip, the bride was wearing a long dress in navy print trimmed in blue satin ribbon. She wore her mother's corsage pinned at her shoulder. Upon their return, they will make their home in Fayetteville where the bridegroom is a senior in mechanical engineering at the University of Arkansas and the bride is a junior In music education. MissGoss Wed Norlhwa's't Arkansas TIMES, Sun., Aug. 25, FAYETTEVILLE, A R K A N S A S After a wedding trip, the couple will be at home in Ans in Church 1974 9A' dcrson, Mo., where the bride-_ groom In engaged in ranching. MRS. DALE C. GARRISON ... was Miss Martha Leslie Goss of North Little Rock until her Saturday marriage ' .'. Handy Help Ccokie sheets make excellent substitutes for finger painting paper. When your youngster wants to do some finger painting, spoon some mayonnaise, catsup and mustard on a cokie sheet and let h i m create a colorful design. Clean-up time will he a breeze for mother. All you'll have to do is wash the cookie sheet along with your other dishes. ' F i r s t United Methodis Church in North Little R was Hie scene of Hie wedding at 7:30 o'clock in the ovenin on Saturday. Aug. 24, of Mis Martha Leslie Goss and Dale C. Garrison. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Storm and the late Robert ·Wheat Goss of North Little Kock and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Garrison of Fayetteville. The Rev. Earl B. Carter, church pastor, and the Rev. Robert Cupp, youth minister of University Baptist Church in Fayetteville, performed the ceremony. Miss Trudy En-gUsh, vocalist, and Mrs. Martin Hamilton, organist, presented a program of nuptial music. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an A-line dress of organza over satin, designed with a Victorian neck line and featuring a sheer yoke with full Bishop sleeves. Motifs of Veniso lace and pearls en lianced the cuffs, skirt, train and hemline. Her veil of illusion, edged with lace, was held by a julicl cap encrusted with pearls. She carried a bou quet of orchids, roses, stepha- nolis and baby's breath. Miss Cecily Storm, sister of the bride, was maid of honor Bridesmaids were Miss Teresa Garrison of Fayetteville, sistei of the bridegroom, Miss Caran Curry, Miss Patty Foster, Miss Carolyn Goss and Miss Terry Traylor, . all of North Little Rock. .Robyn Arnold, cousin of the bridegroom, was flower girl and Bradley Wheat Goss, nephew of the bride, was rirrgbearer. Wayne Garrison of Fayetteville served his brother as best man, Danny Dorman and Jim Weathers of Fayetteville, .Berris Samples of Little Rock, Gene McKissic of Pine Bluff and Jody Godwin of Dallas, Tex, were groomsmen, and Sherman Eoff of Rogers, Johnny May of Conway, Joey DeRouJhac ol North Little Rock, and Bill Wil kinson of Fayetteville were ushers. A reception in Workman Hall followed the ceremony. To Marry In Fall Dr. and Mrs. Harold W. Moore of Fayetteville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of (Iielr daughter, Stephanie Marie, to John R. Rowan, son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Rowan Sr., also of Fayetteville. The couple is planning a fall wedding. MRS. JEFFREY ARNOLD WILSON .. .was,Miss Kristine Louise Goecke until her marriage on Saturday,'Aug.10, in a garden ceremnoy Gatcjen Wedding Unites Couple A garden wedding was the setting for-the marriage of Miss Krisline Louise Goecke and Jeffrey Arnold Wilson at 7 o'clock in the evening on Saturday, Aug. 10, at tne home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Kennedy at 520 N. Wililow Street. The bride is. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo H. Goecke of Daylon, Ohio, and the bridegroom is the son of Dr. a n d ' M r s . J. A. Wilson of Fayelteville.. . .: ·;" Wedding vows -were;-- exchanged in a. profusion,, of greenery and soft lighls. A reception honoring the couple .was held immediately following the ceremony. Escorted by her father and mother, the bride wore her mother's wedding gown of candle light lace over satin, a "look of the '30s" with a small matching lace hat. She carried a bouquet of daisies, stephanoti* and tuberoses..Her jewelry was a pendant given to her by the bridegroom. The bride's sister. Miss Jane Goecke of Dayton, was maif of honor. Bridesmaids were 1 Miss Teresa Goecke, another sister of the bride, also of Day ton. Miss Mcridith Boswell o! Ben ton. and Miss Marianne Wil son, sister of the bridegroorr of Fayetleville. They wore mat ching long gowns in pastel prin and carried long stemmed dais ies. Flower girls were nieces of the bride, Maura Anne Ken nedy and Caitlin Aine Kennedy who :wore long gowns fashionec in the same design as tin bridesmaids. Nephews of th b r i d e , Camon I.een Ken nedy and Padric Cummins Ken nedy, carried the rings. Robert Benton of FayeUevill served the bridegroom as bcs man, and groomsmen were Scot Lunsford of Fayetteville. Rober Troutt df Fayetleville am Franz Baskett of Texarkana, The couple, will make thei home in Fayetteville where th bride will attend the Universil of Arkansas majoring In specia education, The bridegroom gra ated from the University in 'fay with a B,A. degree in art. Dr. and Mrs. Wilson enter aincd with a dinner p a r t y - i n onor of their son, Jeff, and is' bride-to-be at 7:30 o'clock n the evening on Friday, Aug. Spring flowers decorated the ables where members of the vedding party were seated. Out - of - town guets attending vere Mr. and Mrs. Hugo H. Goecke, Miss Jane Goecke and tliss Teresa Goecke of Dayton he bride's aunt, Mrs, Lou 'rieze, and Mr. and Mrs. Steve VIeuler. ,. ·.. Births REGIONAL MEDICAL CENTER. Mr. and Mrs: James E. Edgar of Hindsville, a daughter, Aug. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Larry M, Cantrell of Springdale, a son, Aug. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Larry C. Carlisle of West Fork, a daughter, Aug. 21. Mr. and Mrs.- David C. Johnson of Fayelteville, a son, Aug. Mr. and Mrs. Bobby W. Van Brunt of Delaney, a daughter, Aug. 21. Mr. and Mrs. Gladwin I. Ochs of Holiday Island, a son, Aug. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Vinlon S. Barnes of Siloam Springs, a daughter, Aug. 22. Mr. and Mrs. James J. McConnoll of Fayettevile, a son. Aug. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Harley K. Hut che'ion of Bentonville, a daughter, Aug. 22. SultUtqs EVEREST 4 OENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDS TO 10" RENTALS I SALES Fiyeltevllle Dru« E.Stdt Square 442-734$ The very new look in shoe fashions this season is the. crepe sole look . . . and Bass has captured this look beautifully in a whole new collection of styles wilh rich, thick Squee-gee soles. The look is fashion . . . but the genuine leather uppers and "Down- Maine" craftsmanship tell you these shoes give good, honest wear and value. i I Women's Shoes -- Street Floor Household Hint' A boltle of uncorked lemon juice left in the bathroom serves as an effective deodorizer. PLAID CHECK ·COORDINATES "KASHLANA" · PLAIDS SOLIDS ·BRUSHED PLAIDS BRUSHED . 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