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Copeland-Wilson. r~ ;;;.Â·.Â·,;*}': v,' ;;;,v Vows Excl MR. AND MRS. CARROLL . .lottoiait'.g their marriage at the Church oj Christ in St. :Paul i : AAiss Van Brunt Ms Recent Bride The First Baptist Church in JoneSboro was the setting Sunday afternoon, Sept. 1, for the candlelight wedding ceremony uniting Miss Marilyn Wilson and Kenneth Douglas Copeland in matrimony. The Rev. Bill R. Wilson, uncle of the bride, read the vows. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. William D. Johnson of Jonesboro former Fayetteville residents, and the late Clarence Wilson. The bridegroom is 4he son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy L. Copeland of St. Louis. The '"oride wore a white organza gown appliqucd with Chantilly lace. Her illusion veil was edged in Chantilly lace and secured to a cap of l a c e adorned with seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of multicolored daisies and stcphanotis centered by a white orchid. Miss Marty Fausette was maid of honor and Miss Jane Jolly, Miss Jan Freeland and Miss Jan Cruce were bridesmaids. Miss Fausctte wore a green dress with a sheer floral jacket and carried a nosegay of green daisies. Bridesmaid's dresses were blue, pink and yellow and they carried matching bouquets. Candlelighters were Paul Pearce of DcQueen and Leslie Gibson of Fayetteville who wore pink crepe dresses trimmed in floral organza. Larry Jennings was best man, groomsmen were Doug Wilkcrson, Tim Brown and Kevin Rorick and ushers were Scott Wilson, bother of the bride, and Gary Mueller. T h e wedding reception followed in- thp church ^fellowship ' h a l l . Jimna Pear.ce ol DcQueon and Lisa Gfbson ol Fayetteville distribute'd lice bags. The coupde Â· will be at home in Jonesboro where the bride will bc"'B "junior at "Arkansas State'University'and ttib bride groom'is employed. Guests from Fayettetville were Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Gib son, Mr. and Mrs. James Jan uary, Mark and Lou Ann, Mrs Mary Hosmer, Â· and Mr. am Mrs. Jbe;Mundy .anchScotl, Sen. Montoya Sees Snow Job "The Church of Christ of St. Saul the setting for the recent marriage of Miss Lenita 'Ann Van Brunt and Michael \Vayne Carroll. Â·.Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Billy Van Brunt of Combs and the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll of St. Paul. Â·'The.,bride's unale, Wily A. Davis' of Sp'ringdale, performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Elaine Bowlin of Mountainburg played piano selections and the traditional wedding marches. ". The bride, given in marriage by l}cr father, wore a gown o! white lace over satin outlinec with sequins and seed pearls The full skirt swept to a chape] train and her veil of Frencl' illusion flowed from a head piece accented with pearls anc crystals. She carried a white lace handkerchief and wore necklace that h a d ' been heL ereatgrandrnothers. Her oaf Â·ings were a gift from the bridegroom. She carried a )ouquet of yellow and white daisies and baby's breath. Mrs. Laura Downum of ,pringdale was matron of honor and Miss Mclinda Sparks, also of Spi'ingdale, was bridesmaid. Flower girl was Miss Lisa Marand Ricky Robinson, the bride's nephew; - was ring nearer. . . Lanny Gulhric of Fayetteville ,vas best man, Larry Carroll was groomsman, and ushers Announcements IIMIMII Dr. Jacob Phillips will speak WASHINGTON (AP) -- Sen Joseph M. Montoya, D-N.Mex. told a Ford administrate spokesman Wednesday he ap parently 'was "given quite snow job by Richard M. Nix on's aides who helped prepar an $1150,000 budget for Nixon' return to private life. Montoya, .chairman of a Senate Appropriations subcommittee looking into the budget request, made the remark during questioning- of General Services Administrator Arthur F. Samp'soh". who defended the proposal before the oanel. Government records show the request proposes to combine the benefits of two separate laws in'order to provide Nixon more 'than twice the funds for. mer President Lyndon B. Johnson received for his period of transition to private life. Sampson told the Senate panel he did not know the full extent of services and supplie: hat Nixon will need. He sale he requested -funds ! woulc nakc ' t h e - former "president 1 ? mum linn iimmitiiiuiHiiiiiiiiiu -/or OMEN Thursday, Sept. 12, 1974 Â·' S Wyman Club Observes Birthdays Of Members Wyman Community Club members met Saturday night at Wyman Community Building. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Faust, who provided cakes observing the birthdays of Margaret Williams, Barbara Faust and Lois Hale and anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Clark and .Mr. and..Mrs. Joe Cowan. Â· " : Bob McCaulcy, president, conducted meeting. a brief business Guests were Micky and Mar garet Slape and their two sons and Mrs. Towgaw and children Hostesses for the October ; meeting will he Freda Franzmier. Mary and Hammerschmidt Opposes Amnesty WASHINGTON (AP) -- Rep. John Paul Hammerschmidt, R- Ark., said today that he does not favor either general amnesty or conditional amnesty for young men who left the United States rather than serve in the armed forces. "I do support a fair trial and ' equitable and compassionate., consideration for each offender ; desiring to return home and willing to undergo such individ- u a l proceedings," Hammerschmidt said in a prepared statement. "There might have- been a compelling reason -but only trial could determine" the facts." ' '' were Darrell Van Brunt and Bobby Ray Gulledge. Miss Beverly Gulledge kept the guest book and Miss Mina Gulledge distributed rice bags. A reception was held at the St. Paul Community Center immediately following the ceremony. The couple is now at home in Fayetteville where both' are employed. at the meeting ot Flaming Hills Garden Club at 1:15 p.m. Monday in the home of Mrs. S. J, May, 927 Hockwood Trail. American Legion Auxiliary membership chairman, Johnsie Dean, has received word from national headquarters that dues in the organization will Te increased on Oct. 21, and asks ;hat members send dues to Wanda Curtis, Route 3, Fayetteville. 1 The -first annual Northwest Arkansas District pre-festival square dance will be held Saturday in the Municipal Auditorium in Fort Smith. Mack Letson of Muscle Shoals. Ala., caller and recording artist, will be featured. The brand march will 'records and advice" available to (he American people and the world. Sampson then outlined whai ne described as a very sophis ;icated security system th OSA plans to build and main lain for Nixon's records under an agreement he and the for mer president signed last week The agreement makes th government responsible for th' security of Nixon's president'? materials and provides for th eventual destruction of .the cele brated White House tapes. ,.Th vaults would $110,000. I'M at 8 p.m. All square dancers in the area are invited. "and cost security guard ah ' ' estimatei Montoya said, "It appear that when you went to San Cle mente (to discuss the transitio with Nixon aides), although w.Â»s.not the. middle~of .vinter you were given quite a snow " Suit By Biass A anuclcl shows a knit suit and silk blouse by Bill Blass Wednesday in New York as suits, long absent from the fa- shion scene, niiike a strong comeback this fall. (AP Wirc- hoto) Miss Logsdon's Marriage Told Mr. and Mrs. William Logs don of Prairie Grove announce the marriage of their daughter, Susan Carol, to Raymond Arthur Bell, son of Mr., and Mrs. Bell of Lincoln, on Ralph Theisse per- Harold F. July 20. The Rev. iormed the -double ring ceremony in the First United Presbyterian Church in Lincoln. The couple is at home Farmington. IIBBIHUT EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB Daily Calendar of Events Tonight Community Appearance Committee, Cily Hall, 4 p.m. Wieght Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Jaycees, Wyatt's, 7 p.m. Ozark Literacy Tutor Training, Central United Methodist Church, 7 p.m. till 10 p.m. Pollution Control Committee, .City Hall, 7:30 p.m. Engineer Wives, SWEPCO Hospitality Room, 7:30 p.m. Goshen Eastern Star, Masonic Hall, 7:30 p.m. League oÂ£ Women Voters, Fayetteville Library, 8 p.m. GOSH EN Mrs. Lyla Ferguson was hostess to 11 members and a guest, Mrs. Luaiiu McBee. 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