Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 9, 1974 · Page 3
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September 9, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 3

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MEN Monday, September 9, 1974 · 3 Miss Hudson Is Bride In August ; In a double ring ceremony f.at 4 o'clock on Saturday, Aug. ;17, Miss Norma Lynn Hudson, ^daughter of Dr. .and Mrs. i,Joseph Marinn Hudson of Kan- Tsas City, Mo., and the grand- ildaughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. presided over by Miss Donna Hudson and Miss Holly Hudson cousins of the bride of Dumas were received by members o the bridal party and thei parents. The bride's table was cen ·iEdgar Williams of Fayetteville', tered will; an- arrangement o ^became the bride of Jack TM ?ed y e !'° w ch T^ el ?TM= ·ouMum so of Mrs E-u-1 Jo wnitc daisics anti hllie c a r n a tstemm o?"Lincoln' Neb. "I'lie {Ions flanked by silver candela r-bride is also the granddaughter bra and white tapers placed o -cC. Mrs. C. F. Hudson Sr. of a cream satln cloth wlth ne Dumas and the late Mr. Hud- o v e r l a y . T h e con. .! Vows were exchanged in the. Hillside Christian Church with pastor Roy King performing the ceremony. The wedding party fathered at the altar before arching candelabra accented with yellow spider chrysanthemums, b l u e statice and ivy. Hurricane candles marked the with ivy and flowers. iM't^ Preceding the ceremony, Miss !"·"· ne three-tic re wedding cake was surrounde with flowers and decorated wit while clusters of roses that cas caded from the top to th bottom layer. Punch was serve from a cut glass bowl. Mr. Jack Williams of Fayetteville aunt of the bride, and Mi? Mabel Thimgan, aunt of th served cake, Jerry Hemm, presented a program of modern love songs including "A Time for Us" on the p i a n o . Mendlessohn's "Wedding March" was played as the bride was escorted to the altar by her father who gave her in marriage. She wore a" candlelighgt Ctiantilly lace gown over delustered satin, styled on princess lines with a chapel train. The neckline had a. satin wedding ring colkir with satin insertion that extened Hodgin. aunts of tl bridegroom. For travel, the bride wore,, green knit pantsuit with Ion sleeves trimmed in white wit white accessories. She wore corsage of white daisies an pom-pom chrysanthemums. Tl couple is at home in Slate Iowa. Mrs. Stemm attended tl University of Nebraska and 1 is a graduate of the School Architecture of the Universi of Nebraska. He is employi in Ankeny, Iowa, by E 1 v i e f r o m neckline t o decorated with tiny satin covered buttons. The tapered sleeves had wedding ring cuffs o[ .satin fastened with matching covered buttons. Her fingerlip- lenglh veil was edged in Clmn- tilly lace and fell from a headpiece of lace rosettes encrusted with seed pearls. She wore an heirloom locket worn by her great-great-grandmqther a n d her mother. Her bridal bouquet was made of pom-pom daisies, glamelias. baby's breath and a tied with satin streamers. Tvliss Diana Butler was maid . of honor and bridesmaids were £ Miss Elizabeth Ann Hudson of t Lincoln. Neb., sister of the ^ bride, and Miss Ann Magruder J of prnaha, Neb. They were * identically gowned in floor- i length pale blue crepe empire Z style gowns. The neckline and I long full sleeves were comple- £ mented by ruffles of pale blue ; crepe, and they carried cascade * bo; r;u^s of yellow chrysanthe- » mums and blue statice with -' satin streamers. t David Pankaskie of York, ? Neb., s e r v e d the bride- S groom as best man. C-- t- men were Mark Johnson of ; Omaha and Gregg ·'.. .-. 01 J Grand Island. Neb. Ushers were * Steven Williams of Fayetleville, cousin of the bride, and Brad Egger of Lincoln. * For her daughter's wedding, ·. Mrs. Hudson chose a long dress ;. of navy blue chiffon and Mrs. ·J St e m m , the bridegroom's ; mother wore a floor-length ^ dress of pate green crepe. Both « accented their gowns with cor- '( sages of white feathered car- 'i nations. ·* At the reception in fellowship * hall of the church, the bride's -; selected colors were noted in " floral decorations. Guests, after i signing the bride's book, Construction Company, Inc. Mrs, Bidwell Discusses Clocks At Meeting "Time Pieces, Clocks atches," was the topic and dis- ussed by Mrs. Ah Bidwell at udy book, "Antiques a n d r Preceptor Zeta, Beta Sigma ii members, on Thursday ·ening Sept. 5 in the Bidwell ome dge. at 16« West Shadow State Grange Will Meet At Springdale Next Month In keeping with the chapter's ,udy book, "antiques and ollecUfoles," Mrs. Bidwell en- uisiaslically told of her inter- in collecting time pieces, le fascinations and values they old for collectors and the serious antique buff. Tracing the history of Amerian and English clocks --the irandfather clock, which dates lack to ihe seventeenth Cen- ury, the banjo clock, the steeple clock, she notivated her isleners' curiosity, stimulating in ' informal question and an- iwer period. Mrs. Bidwell displayed two valches from her collection and members were invited to view ;he old clock still in use in the Bidwell home. Mrs. Frank Cumbie, president, led the members in the repetition o( the opening ritual preceding the business meeting. Later in the evening, a social lour was enjoyed with guests serving themselves toasted ingel food cake with vanilla ice cream and a choice of topping. In late August, members held their Beginning Day with a lawn party and potluck dinner at the home of Mrs. Wylie Lamb at Prairie Grove. Husbands of the members w e r e special guests. Daniel A. Jessup, master of the Arkansas State Grange, announced at the regular meeting of Oak Hill Grange No. 809, that Robert G. Proctor, National Grange secretary, with Mrs. Proctor, will represent the National Grange at the 1974 annual session of the Arkansas State Grange to be held in Springdale Oct.. 3, 4, and 5 in the auditorium of St. Raphael's Catholic Church. Proctor, national secretary since November 1968. joined the Grange in 1935 In Massachusetts. In 1956 he moved to Florida, continuing his Grange activities, and was elected Florida state master in 1965. In 1971, he accepted the move to the National secretary's office in Washington, D.C., and makes his home in Falls Church, Va. Mrs. Proctor serves as secretary to the National secretary. The Grange will hold its 1974 annual session in Sacramento, Calif., Nov. 11-19. Third Bridge Tournament To Benefit Hospital Fund Washington Regional Medical Center Auxiliary will.begin the third bridge tournament on Oct. 1. Closing date is Sept. 20, 1975. The tournament will consist of 12 rounds wMi 24 -hands played in each round.' Each An entry fee will be charged 'or each player tor the tournament and a person may enter to play in more than one foursome or group for a fee per entry. Cash prizes will be awarded to winners and the exact amount will Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Jack Tidball Post and Auxiliary, VFW Hall, 6 p.m. Business and Professional Women's Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. Evening Lions. Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. -NWA Insurance Women, Heinle's Restaurant, 7 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Ozark Literacy Tutor Training, Central United Methodist Church, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Four Seasons Garden Club, Mrs. J. D, McFarland, 7:30 p.m. Washington Lodge No. 1 FAM, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. La Leche League, Mrs. Melanee King, 8 p.m. A New Evening of Mime, Fine Arts Gallery, 8 p.m. ner for the entire tournament. Each foursome or group will choose its own time and place to play. All bridge players are welcome, male or female, and it is not necessary to be a member of the auxilliary. number of entrants participating. Since the auxiliary has pledged $25,000 for the hospital building fund, each of the projects, including these bridge tournaments, assist in meeting the goal. The gauze from adhesive bandages makes excellent rein» forcement fabric for worked buttonholes. Simply slip the gauze between the two pieces of material and proceed with the handwork. . .·· a»msk i Those wishing to enter ear t» obtain additional Information may call Mrs. Gerald T. Hudson, 442-7686. Penny-Saver Announcements A dance for Junior High School children of members of Fayetteville Country Cluo will be held from 8 p.m. until 11 p.m. Friday at the club. Members may bring three guests and there wil be a charge for guests. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarter* t» tMctrnUn One* art S30 N. .College «3-2222 Per Your Prescription Need* See Us QUAKER DRUG K E. Center - 442-424* City Parking Lot IB Rear Maple Hills Garden Club will meet at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. Eugene Sauls. Mrs. Victor Watts will give the program on bulbs. Tuesday Weight Watchers,. Gof£ Building, 9:30 a.m. Civitan Club,. Wyatt's, 12 noon Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Modern Literature Club, Mrs. Wade Burnside, 12:30 p.m. American Association of Retired Persons, Hillcrest Towers, 2 p.m. Planning Commission, City Hall, 4 p.m. Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. Norfhside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, ,6 ; 15 p.m. Kappa Kappa Gamma Alumnae, Mrs. J. B. Hays, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Chess Club, ROTC Building, 7 p.m. Ozark Literacy Tutor Training, Central United Methodist Church, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. Order of Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. Woodland PTA, Woodland Junior High School, 7:30 p.m. Ozarks Gem and Mineral Club, City Library, 7:30 p.m. NWA Kennel Club, Ozarks Electric Cooperative, 7:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon. Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. A N«w Evening of. Mime, Fine Arts Gallery, 8 p.m. inrnniiiiniiiuiiiniiiuniiiniiiiiiniiiiniiuiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiim Jantzen A junior look called Label "4" Jrs. is perfect for any occasion. Both the long sleeved battle jacket and pant come in:a herringbone plaid. Sizes'5-13; Jacket $24.00 Pant $19.00 MR. AND MRS. STEMM . . . joUotumg their marriage at Hillside Christian Chucrh in Kansas City, Mo. mirror mirror on the uuolL. 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