Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 15, 1974 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, September 15, 1974
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Church Scene Of Wedding '-; . MISS JANE BROCKMANN .. .bride elect of George David Gearhart Miss Brockmann Marry n Wi December Rites Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gilbert Brock'mann of Little Rock, former Fayetteville residents, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jane, to George David Gearhart, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Anthony Gearhart of Fayetteville. The bride-elect received a B.S.E. degree from the University or Arkansas where she - majored in journalism and English, was vice president of her social sorority. Delta Delta Delta, named to Who's Who, president ot Order of Omega, and was an ROTC Cadelte. She is presently teaching .journalism at Springdale High The prospective received a B.A. Westminster College in Fulton, Mo., where he maiored in poli- tlcal ' ' - ' " .er student body, president of. his fraternity, Sigma -Alpha Epsilon and named to Who's Who. He is now attending the University of Arkansas School of Law. Grandparents of the bride- elect are Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert W. Brockmann of Cincinnati, Ohio, and Mrs. A. M. M c K e n n o n and the late Miss Patricia Ruth Davis and Craig J. Brown exchanged marriage vows at 3 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Aug. 31, in the First Baptist Church in Scarcy. A reception was held in the fellowship hall after the ceremony. Tho Rev. Don Hook of Little Rock was assisted by the Rev. David Crouch in performing the ceremony, which united the. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Davis of Scarcy and the son of Dr. and Mrs. Connell J. Brown of Fayetteville. Sieve Fey, organist, presented wedding music. Candlellgh- ters and ushers were Joe Bradley of Russellville and Jonathan Siegel of Fayetteville. The bride, given in marriage by her father,-wore a gown of her own design. Fashioned of satin, it had an empire bodice and princess - seamed skirt. Inserts of flocked organza detailed the long sleeves and neckline with cuffs and stand-up collar trimmed in blue flowered ace ribbon. Similar accents completed the hemline. H e r chapel-length illusion veil ex- ,cnded from a Juliet cap of lace and pearls. She wore a pearl necklace, a gift of the bdidc- groom. Miss Becky Davis, sister of .he bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Laura Bradley and Miss Alice Walser of Crossett. Mark Brown served his brother as best man. Groomsmen were Bon Grippe and S t e v e Halbrook. All are of Fayetle- ville. After' a trip through Arkansas, Mr. and Mrs. -Brown are at home in Little Rock where they are medical students at Hie University of Arkansas Medical Center. Out-of-town guests included Dr. and Mrs. Rex Brown of Bolivar Mo., Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Morris of Valley Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morris of Springdale, Mr. and Mrs. James Morris of North Little Rock, Dr. and Mrs. W.A. Halbrook and Karen, Dr. and Mrs. Coffee Honors Mrs. Bishop Noi-ihwost Arkansas TIMES. Son., Sopr. 15, 1974 '·'. AYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS 9A MRS. CRAIG J. BROWN ... was Miss Patricia Ruth Davis before 'her marriage in the First Baptist Churph in Searcy Mr. McKennon Morrilton. The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of Mrs. Sam Gearhart ot Fort Smith and the late Mr. Gearhart, formerly of Preston of Fayelteville and the late Earl Van Hoose of Webb The wedding will be an event United Methodist C h u r c h in was president of the Westmms- Rodney Ryan, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ownbey and Dr. and Mrs. Paul Noland, all of Fayetteville, and Dr. and Mrs. Jim Brown and family of Dallas, Tex. School Plans Open House An open house will be held at 7 p.m. Thursday (Sept. 19) for an informal get together of eachers and parents at Wash- ngton School. This is the first of two planned activities. The second will be the annual spaghetti dinner and art fair scheduled ,his spring. The school's colors will be navy and gold and the mascot a wildcat. The colors and mascot were selected in a contest held this week. The fourth grade room of Mrs. E1 d a Dumas submitted the winning selections which were voted upon by the entire school. The wildcat emblem had also been suggested by the second grade room of Mrs. Shirley Mundy and the fourth and fifth grade rooms of Mrs. Madgaret Gaston. The school's T-shirts will be navy featuring 'a wildcat emblem in gold. Woman's Word From The Associated Press Here are some quotable quotes from women during the week! "No system, is perfect, but in a countdy of India's vast diversity, there is one system, the democratic system, that listens to the voice of the people. Prime Minister Indira Gandhi, during a specchmaking tour designed to improve national mo- tale in India. The Arkansas Union was the scene of the gel acquainted coffee sponsord by the University of Arkansas Women's Club Wednesday from 10 u n t i l 12 o'clock. Mrs. Fred Taylor, president, welcomed the more than 180 guests and introduced them to Mrs. Charles Bishop, wife of the new president of the University, as they stood befodc a bank of ferris and late summer flowers. Mrs. Bishop received a bouquet of white silk sweetheart roses in a crystal compote to be kept as a memento of the occasion. Guests visited among them-! selves and became better acquainted with Mrs. Bishop. She spoke of her family, two married daughters whose husbands are completing graduate degrees, and her teenage son who attends Woodland Junior High School. She said that for 20 years North Carolina had been home, and then she spent four years in Hyatlsville, Md., and now Fayetteville. She said of her role in the administrative area, "it's really a lot of fun and it's interesting meeting new people." The refreshment table carried out a yellow and gold color scheme and featured a bouquet of yellow and persimmon daisy chrysanthemums with silver candelabra and the silver service. Guests were served punch and coffee and a variety of pastries. Those attending were invited to sign up for special interest, groups which are arts and crafts, with Mrs. Marvin Fairman in charge; book review, Mrs. Tom Jones; bridge-couples, Mrs. Dee Mitchell; bridge ladies, Mrs. Grant Roberts; couple's dinners, Mrs. Joe Ziegler; needlecraft, Mrs. Troy Hendricks; recreational activities, Mrs. Paul K. Lewis; and sugar-watcher,' Mrs. Subrata Lahiri. Interested members may contact these chairmen if they wish to participate. Mrs. Jim Akin served as chairman of the committee planning the coffee. Other members of the hostess · committee were Mrs. George Cook Mrs. Rick Guyton, Mrs. James Modisette and Mrs. O.J. Rin nert. Plans November Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Earnest E. turrenline of Fayetteville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their event of Nov. 8. daughter, Toni, to John Ilus- . sey, son of Sir. and Mrs. Joe W. Hiisscy, also of Fayetteville. The wedding will be an Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Theron Ilenson of Winslow announce the engagement of their daughter, Vergic, to Robert White, son of Mr. ana Mrs. Ben White of Goshen. The bride-elect is a 1965 graduate of Winslow High School and is presently employed at Arkansas Western Gas Company. Her fiance graduated from Fayetfeville High School in 1967 and is presently attending the University at Arkansas. The wedding is planned for 7:30 o'clock in the evening Friday, Oct. 25, at the Assembly of God Church in Winslow followed by a reception. The couple will make their home in Goshen. Bridge News iiiiHin inn uif nun maun iiiiininiiiiwiB imiiii 1111111111111 n Mrs. Joe Scott and Douglas Dorland were first place win ners in Sunday afternoon Dupl: cate Bridge Club games at th Legion Hut in Fayetteville. Mr and Mrs. Roy Barbee wo second place; Mrs. Robert E Brown and Mrs. E.L. McNallj third; Mrs. Ralph Williams an Mrs, Joe Rodman, fourth; am Mrs. David Burleson and Mrs Norman McCartney, fifth. In Monday night's games, Ki Dillard and Wayne Patterso were first place winners. Mr and Mrs. Jeremy Hess wo second place, Mrs. Georg Roller and Mrs. Rodman, thirt and Mrs. Scott and Mrs. Bar bee, fourth. Overhead High "We'll never have Watergate behind us, I hope, because, in a way, it's been good. We're teaching our politicians to bo straight and not crooked." Martha Mitchell, speaking in a I tie- vision interview in Hot Springs, Ark. LONDON (AP) -- John Cavanagh, one of Britain's leading dress deigners, is closing his dress shop in London's swank Mayfair District. "The ever-increasing overheads and cost of production have made it virtually impos sible for us to continue this business any longer," Cavanagh wrote in a letter to his customers. His customers included Princess Alexandra and the Duchess of Kent. Cavanagh, now 60, has worked as a dress designer since he was 18. Graduates Airman John W. Grimes, son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Grimes of Gentry, has graduated at Keesler AFB, Miss, for the Airforce electronic equipment repairman course. He is now assigned to George AFB, Calif, for duty with a unit of the Tactical Air Command. In Training Ensfgn John W. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Smith of Fayetteville is receiving basic jet training at the Naval Air Station, Kingsville, Tex. ·XPERT WATCH REPAIR S W I F T S "\sr Ji«*l««\ To Marry Mrs. Louise Stephens Humphrey of Clarksvllle and Cannon Humphrey of Snringdale have announced ike engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Vickie Lorct- ta of Fayetteville, to Timothy D. While of Springdale. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvln White of Huntsvillc. Miss Humphrey is a graduate of Laniar High School anil Arkansas Valley Vocational Technical School at Ozark. She is presently employed with Arkansas Western Gas Company in Fayetlevillc. Her fiance is a graduate of Huntsville High School. The wedding will he an event of 11 a.m. on Saturday, Nov. 23, at Central Missionary Baptist Church in Fayetteville. A i 1 friends and relatives are invited to attend. Helpful Scouts FAIRFAX, Calif. (AP) -When a builder proposed tennis ourts in this area, he imme- iately received protests from esidents claiming the construc- ion work would cause too nuch dust and noise. He had a ready response. He pointed out that there would be very little grading necessary because Boy Scouts who had used the area for many years had cleared and established camp' sites, making perfect spots for tennis courts. ^ Daily Calendar of Events Torlay ;: .' , . , ' Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:30 p.m. Ozark Dairy Goat Association, Ozarks Electric Hospitality Room. 1:30 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. '.' SMITH'S Communication 2 - W a y Radio Tour 2-way radio headquarters tM electronic* since 1320 520 N. Collets 443-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 4424246 City Parking Lot In Rear Monday Monday Recycling Center, West Street, All Day Every Day Recycling Sub-Station for Newspapers, Butterfield Trail School, All Day Every Day Community Adult Center, Hillcrest Towers, Monday through Friday, 3 a.m. .to 5 p.m. Welcome Wagon Bowling, Ozark Lanes, -10 a.m. Flaming Hills Garden Club, Mrs. S. J. May, 1:15 p.m. Great Books Group, Mrs. M. C. Kik, 1:30 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. Masonic Lodge No. 740, Masonic Temple, 7 : 40 p.m. Emblem Club, Elks Lodge, 8 p.m. Ozark Native Crafts Fair To Be Held On Top Of Mountain The fifth Ozark Native Arts and Crafts Fair will be held on lop of the mountain at Winslow F r i d a y , Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 27, 28 and ' 29, with exhibitors from several ·' itales exhibiting their crafts. ' There will be wood crafts of . all kinds, crocheted and knitted articles, leather work, jewelry. Announcements tmniiiiniininiiiii! in nnuii '· Chapter 463 of the National Association of Retired Federal ' Employes will meet at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Community Adult Center in Fayetlevillc. Delegates from the chapter to the national convention in Portland, Ore., will m a k e their reports. apple dolls, white oak baskets, icturcs, books, candy, cookies, woven rugs and bedspreads, table cloths, placemats, quilts, aprons, bonnets, candles, stationary, stoneware and many others. Awards will be given for the most attractive display, best of show and the most unique cralt. On Saturday and Sunday afternoon there will be country and western music provided by the J. J. Curry Band. The Country Boys and Red H i l l Rambleds. A concession stand will be open all three days and hostesses will be present to help visitors as well as exhibitors. The hours of the show will be from 9 a.m. until dark each day. Judges for awards will be Polly Crews of KFSA Channel 5. Fort Smith, Washington County Judge Vol Lester and Bill Ramsey. "These individuals arc also suffering because they told the truth -- which is something we have yet to hear from Mr. Nixon. Why didn't Mr. Nixon have to pay at least the price of truth for his pardon?" Mrs. John W. Dean III, who says President Nixon and his family were not the only ones to have suffered because of Watergate. 'Losing to Evonne was kind of a relief. It was really tough. I was emotionally tired." Chris Evert, young tennis star, who lost to Evonne Goolagong in the U.S. Open semifinals at Forest Hills. "I'm a Christian and I believe that my body is the temple of God. I don't even like the smell of acohol." Shirley Colhran of Ft. Worth, Tex., the new Miss America, speaking in an Atlantic City, N.J., press conference. art class for children 521 6267 "the nicest shop in town" Tuesday . . . come to our This Fall's Most Beautiful Collection of Import Knits by gncetli Presented by our special envoy, Mr. Randy McNatt See the luxurious beauty o£ these lovely knits . . choose your own individual selections from the fall and holiday collections . . . Tuesday, one day only ... at T C. Penny-a-pound portrait sale (frame not included) you get a 5x7 natural color portrait of your child...for just 1 ; for each pound he weighs! No appointment necessary, Selection of poses. Limit: one special oiler per family. Second child photographed individually at 880, Age limit: 3 weeks to 14 years. 88* charge for each additional person in groups. 6 DAYS ONLY/SALE ENDS SAT., SEPT 21 '12 pound childA just 12* with this ad maximum charge--88C the Children's Photographer portraits for pennies loday.I lliat will be priceless tomorrow. PORTRAITS . PASSPORTS · COPY RESTORATION Northwest Arkansas Plaza Fayetteville, Ark. Ph. 442-8885 McCAIN MALL N. Little Rock, Ark. Phone 501-758-6102

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