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Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 2, 1974
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mniiimmmiM^ /» \ea or MEN Monday, September 2, 1974 Anniversary Observed By Couple Mr. and Mrs. William T. Allison observed their 65th wedding anniversary on Thursday, Aug. 22. at Woodland Manor in Siloam Springs. William T. Allison and Estella King were married Aug. 22. 1309 at Thorney, (Madison County). They are the parents of three daughters, Mrs. Bernice Bal- MRS. RAYMOND VINCENT TERRY .. . luas Miss Mary Frances Jones before her August wedding in Houston, Tex. Miss Jones Bride In Rose Garden Hermann Park Rose Garden in Houston, Tex,, was the setting for the double ring wedding ceremony uniLing Miss M a r y Frances Jones and Raymond Vincent Terry. The Rev. Dan Yeary officiated at the early morning ceremony on Aug. 10. Miss Pope Arrives For Pageant ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -- Miss Arkansas, Rhonda Kay Pope, hopes the judges at the Miss America Pageant like her , .. . . . . . as much as the youngster shei w a s h , eld ln P lac e ^ ? designer met on the beach'Sunday did. j f a P "f seed pearls and crystals Parents of the bride are Mr and Mrs. Virgil Dero Jones of Springdale. The bridegroom's parents Walter are Mr. Vincent and Mrs Terry of Harlingen. Tex. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a collection dress of white silk with an or ganza overskirt edged in white eyelet, which was repeated on broad panels extending from neckline to hem. Interwoven in the panels was silk ribbon. The stand-up collar and summer sleeves were edged and em bellished with the eyelet. The 'ull skirt swept to a chapel train and a veil of French illusion fell to the waistline and ard of Siloam Springs, fern Scranton of Elkins Mrs. a n d Mrs. Tropha Williams of Wichita, Kan. They have s e v e n nine great were host- grandchildren and grandchildren. Their daughters esses to 70 guests, serving white cake trimmed with green icing and green punch. T h e cake carried the inscription "65th Happy Anniversary." Out-of-town guests were Mr. Allison's brother, Virgil of Muskogee, Okla., a sister, Mrs. Mary Thomas, and her husband of Wagoner, Okla., h i s cousin, Fred Allison and Mrs. Allison of Westville, Okla., a granddaughter, Mrs. K a r e n Yates of Seattle, Wash., and two great grandchildren, Terry and Tina Mix of Wichita, Kan. Allison operated a general store and Post Office at Thorney from 1925 until 1942, moving to Siloam Springs in 1945 where he farmed. He retired in 1965. The Allisons have been residents of VJoodland Manor for the past four years. Miss Pope's chaperone, . Ann Peyton of West Memphis, told of Miss Arkansas' encounter with t h e young girl Sunday night. "This one little child kept following her around with all the other girls around, dragging her mother along with her," the chaperone said. "Everywhere Miss Arkansas went, the child went. She just kept saying, 'You're the prettiest one. You're going to be Miss America.' She really took to Miss Ar- The bride's accessories included a white leather-bound Bible, an English six pence, a blue silk garter and carried by the the handkerchief bridegroom's mother at her wedding. Her bouquet was a daisies and baby' mixture breath of Miss Pope arrived here this weekend for the week of events that will be climaxed Satujrdaj night with the crowning of new Miss America. Miss Pope's first day here consisted of two interviews with newspaper reporters and a social gathering with other contestants, chaperones and hosts for the pageant. Contestants began rehearsing for the pageant today. Parliament To Pick New Prime Minister WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) -- The 54 members of the Labor party in Parliament will meet Friday to choose a prime minister to succeed the late Norman E. Kirk. Kirk, 51, who died Saturday cented by English ivy, Matron of honor was Mrs. Norman Lee Johnson, sister of the bride and bridesmaids were Mrs. William Harrison Howell, Miss Mary Kalhryn Terry, sisters of the bridegroom, and Mrs. James Hubert Worley. They wore formal-length gowns of saffron yellow. Each dress was flocked with green and white daisies and the daisy motif was repeated in the wide eyelet collars that opened to a low and gathered bodice. Accessories included white pic- Bridge Marathon To Get Under Way SILOAM SPRINGS -- With the coming of September, members in Bridge Marathon I, will begin play. This is the third year for the Marathon and it will be directed by Mrs. Fannie Linn this season. The Marathon is made up of 20 bridge players from Siloam Springs, Gentry, Decatur, Maysvijle, and Westville, Okla. They play a match a month for nine months, pay ing a small fee each time they play. Over the season this money is accumulated and is used in May for prizes to those who have scored the highest. Mrs. Linn said the ten teams playing in this Marathon for the coining season are: Ruth and Peggy Alexander, Lillian Wilcox and Chris Morrow of Gentry, Margaret and Minerva Ed- monsori of Maysvillc. Roxie Gilbert and Marge Daves of Decatur, Dorothy Gates and Aileen Hay, Siloam Springs, Florence Beaman and Florence Mitchell. Siloam Springs, Lorrayne Peterson and Charlotte Coffee To Mono i Mrs. Bishop The University W o m e n s' Club of the University of Arkansas announces plans for a Get Acquainted Coffee honoring Mrs. Charles E. Bishop, wife ot the new University president, and other'new faculty women and wives. The coffee is scheduled for Wednesday morning, Sept. 11, from 10 a.m. till 12 noon ill the Arkansas Union, Rooms 412-418. Reservations for the coffee should be made by Saturday, Sept. 7, by contacting Mrs. Rick Guy ton, 521-6954. A shuttle will be available in the stadium parking lot to and fifom the Arkansas Union to aid with parking and transportation. Goli Tournament Date Announced At Dawn Hill SILOAM SPRINGS--A match play golf tournament with full handicap has been set up for Sept. 17 by Mrs. Lillian Wilcox, chairman of the Play of the Day committee, at Dawn Hill Country Club. The players have been placed in two flights and the pairings announced are: A Flight, Hollie Crockett vs. Lorraine Moss; Betty McCumber vs. Evelyn Brice; Jane Maxwell vs. Val Battenburg; Winona Jones, bye; Irene Vernon vs. Berta Carl; Lillian Wilcox vs. Louise Green; Mary Lou Sughru vs. LaVonne Hayes; Chris Morrow, bye. In the B Flight, Jeri Sessler ill meet Gelene Sleffie; Charlotte Hale vs. Josie Sullivan; Irene Higgins vs. M. McNulty; Fran Stout, bye; Linda Gregory vs. Sue Ellen Coleman; Ferret Gean, bye; Mary Lou Stoner vs. Lorrayne Peterson; and Mary Johnson, bye. The matches can be played anytime, and the contest will end on October 29. ture hats, gloves and shoes, and they carried wicker garden baskets filled with summer daisies. ojepli Michael Kush of ston served as bust man, g r o o m s m e n were William Harrison Howell, James Hubert Worley and Norman Lee Johnson, and Virgil Keith Jones, brother of the bride, was usher. Mrs. Jones wore an aqua formal-length gown designed with stand-up collar and short sleeves. A lace panel, studded with crystals from a heart seizure, be hand and Announcements The President's Reception honoring new University of Arkansas faculty and staff w i l l be held from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday at the Arkansas Union Ballroom. Attire will be informal. Use Two Skeins Knit with two skeins of Hale, Decatur, Catherine Boyd and Louise Cabe of Westville. Okla., Roma Bynum anc P'annie Linn. Siloam Springs, and Clara Killebrew and Louise Green, Siloam Springs. When the contest ends in May of 1975, the group will hold an awards luncheon. yarn instead of one when working on the elbows of a child's sweater. This makes the elbows wear longer. raillliflllllSlliliniillililirasiltTfilinilltilllinilJIIIilllilillllllJlllK Personals Simmons Dies SILOAM SPRINGS, Ark. translucent beads adorned the length of the dress. A topaz crepe dress with natural waistline was selected by Mrs. Terry. The full sleeves were accented by wide banded cuffs. Mrs. Ben Builock of Houston was pianist. Mo., with Dr. Newkirk's father. A reception was held in the ed to join his family here for Houston Garden Center. A visit next week. Mrs. Newkir. round table skirted in white i aTM ner daughters.spent the lace held the bride's book and Ubop Day^veekend ,n Branson, a wicker basket of scrolls bearing a message from the bride and bridegroom to the guests. The oval bride's table held the five-tiered wedding cake tief" ·' '';_] \ ' ; ' i spun rOHOs and multiple scaltops topped with buried Thursday at the country hamlet where he was born, Waimate, near Christchurch. His body was brought today to the Parliament building to lie in state. A large group of Maoris gave the chant for the laying to rest of a chief and placed tree fronds on the coffin. Prince Charles, the heir to the British throne, is expected to represent Queen Elizabeth II at the funeral. President Ford . . . - - . , is sending Secretary of Labor \ fresh daisies. Flanking the cake Peter J. Brennan were antique silver candelabra j . m.i. -Hpers cnUvined with English ivy. The bride's aunt. Mrs. Hugh Carney of Springdale, presided at the cake, assisted by Mrs. Carl Chandler Washington. The bridegroom's table featured a three-layered marble G e r m a n chocolate cake, surrounded by fruit and ivy Serving were 'Mrs. William Jack Myers and Mrs. Ronald Eggieston, cousins of the bridegroom. Yellow fruit punch was served from a frosted sterling punch bowl. The bride and bridegroom toasted each other in matching goblets. Coffee was served from an antique Georgian silver urn. The tables were covered by full yellow and white lace table- skirts complemented by fresh i lowers and (rails of English ivy. Others assisting were Mrs Luther of Fayelteville, Frank S. Campbell Jr., Here for the rest of the year as the guest of her mother, Mrs. C. W. Stewart, is Mrs. J u n e Newkirk who lives in Africa. With her are her children, Dee Ann and Kristy, who are enrolled in Fayetteyille schools. Dr. Darrell Newkirk is expect- (AP) -- M. H. "Bill" Simmons, (52. of Siloam Springs, chairman of the Board of Directors and president of Simmons Industries, is dead at the age of 62, Simmons, a native of Edison, Neb., died Saturday. He formed Pluss Poultry Co. of Decatur in Benton County with Frank Pluss in 1949. Sim- Gallup Poll Shows Support For Ford PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) -O n l y three per cent of the American public disapproves of (he way President Ford has taken over leadership of the nation, according Gallup Poll. In interviews to the latest conducted between Aug. 16 and 19, 71 per cent of the 1,590 adults interviewed said they approved of Ford's performance and 26 per cent were undecided. Three per cent disapproved. T h o s e interviewed were asked, "Do you approve or disapprove of the 'way Gerald R. Ford is handing President?" his job as The support for Ford was bipartisan -- per cent of Democrats and 77 per cent of Republicans approved of his performance. Recycle Turrleneck Remove the neck and a portion of the knit surrounding it from a worn-pujt lurllencck sweater. After finishing the edges with an overlock stitch on the machine, you have a fashionable dickey. Fay Mrs. and Miss Lana Lawrence, Miss Dorothy Eastepp, Miss Janie Nathans, Miss Judy Chaulkley and Miss Sidna J. Richardson, all of Houston.They wore formal gowns and full-length aprons of white eyelet. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Carnc-y, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Luther, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Frank Luther, Mr. Norman Johnson and and Master Keith Jones, all of Arkansas. mons bought the business corporated it dustries, which also includes Crossiown Poultry, Inc., and Pluss' interest in in 1952 and in- into Simmons In- Ozark Poultry both Siloam firms. Products, Inc., Springs-based In 1963, the l a t e President John Kennedy awarded Simmons a citation his work in the export industry. ''iilMIIIIOTIllinilllllirHlllllin^^ Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Weight Watchers, Gofl Building, 7 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Lodge 291, Masonic Hal!, Farmington, 7:30 p.m. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7:40 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 2-way radio headquarters IB eteclnmtcj llnw 1928 530 K. Colleee 443-222! For Your Prescription Needs SeaUi QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- M2-42M City Parking Lot In Re»r Tuesday Daughters of Demeter Creative Arts Group, Mrs. M. C. Kik, 9.30 a.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 9:30 a.m. Civilan Club, Wyalf's, 12 noon Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, Sf. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Fire Department Auxiliary, Central Fire Station, 7:30 p.m. NWA Hairdressers Association, Springdale Holiday Inn, 7:30 p.m. p.m. Letter Carriers, Post Office, 7:30 p.m. University City Chapter No. 495 OES, Masonic Temple, 7:30 Board of Directors, City Hall, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.rn. totbcrt Open Daily 10 am. to 9 p.m. CLEAN SWEEP AFTER SWIMSUITS BIKINIS VALUES $13 AND UP! FINAL CLEARANCE l-PC. VALUES $20 AND UP! SUMMER CO-ORDINATES REDUCED *·--^ I USE YOUR BANK CREDIT CARDS FOR PURCHASES Ctuxv. Northwest Arkansas Plaza -- Fayetteville

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