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IB Â· Northwest Arkanwi TIMES, Sun., Sept. 22, 1974 . fAVBTTIVILLI. ARKANSAS Vows Unite Coup! MRS. LAURANCE EUSTIS III ,.. was Miss Alice Louise Walton before her marriage at the home of her parents in Bentonville Miss Walton Is Bride At Home United in marriage at 2:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Sept. 21, were Miss-Jo Anna Edmislon and David Kizzia Crabtree. The Rev. Ralph Goff performed the double ring ceremony at the Decatur United Methodist Church in Decatur. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. C. Thomas Edmiston of Decatur and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kizzia Crabtree of North Little Rock. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white polyester, fashioned with a standup collar, tapered sleeves, all of Cluny lace. The gown had a Cluny lace bib with scrollwork beading. The princess A-Une skirt, with scattered Venise motifs, also were on .the attached train and flounced hem of Cluny lace. She wore a Juliet cap covered in Cluny lace with Cluny lace edging the elbow length veil. Her bouquet consisted of coral sweetheart roses and stephanotis. Miss Stephannie Johnson, of Overland Park, Kan., cousin of the bride, was maid of honor, and Miss Karen Stout of St. Louis, Mo., was bridesmaid. They wore long coral voile dresses. The bridegroom was served by his father as best man. Bill Bradley of North Little Rock was groomsman, and ushers were John Crabtree, the bridegroom's brother of Little Rock, and Tom Edmiston of Fayetteville, brother of the bride. Candlelighters were John and Doug McAllister of Memphis, Tenn., cousins of the bride. Mrs. J. W. McAllister of Memphis, the bride's cousin, played traditional wedding music. Â· A reception immediately MRS. DAVID K. CRABTREE ... was Miss Jo Anna Edmiston until her wedding Saturday afternoon in Decatur Dowling-Curtis Vows Exchanged In a double ring ceremony Saturday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Miss Carolyn Curtis, daughter of Mrs, Frank Curtis of FuycllcvJIIc and the late Mr. Curlis, became the bride of G. Michael Uowiing. s o n of Mr. and Mrs. George E. Dowlitig of Dallas, Tux. The Rev. Stephen Cranford performed the ceremony at the First Christian Church in Fayetteville. . Airs. Steve Forl'son, sister of the bridegroom, gave a reading at the beginning of the ceremony. Mrs. Paul Westburg, organist, presented a program Oi' weddinjt music an-' M i s s Mary Burgage of Little Rock presided at the guest book. The bride wore a long gown of ivory silk jersey, designed with long sleeves and a high neckline which formed a hood to cover her hair. She carried a bouquet of ivory roses. Miss Carolyn Thurlby of Fayetteville was maid of honor and the bride's only attendant. The bridegroom's father served as best man. Ushers were Steve Fortson, Steve Scott and Cris Thomas, all of Little Hock. After a wedding trip, the couple will be at home at 5308 Stonewall, Little Rock.-Both are graduates of the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville. In a ceremony at 7 o'clock In the evening, Aug. 31, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Moore Walton in Bentonville, Miss Ab'ce Louise Walton of New Orleans; La., became the bride of Laurance Eustis III, also of New Orleans. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Laurance- Eustis II of New Orleans. The Rev. John Walker Vinson of the First United Presbyterian Church of Benlonville performed the ceremony in the patio area where the creek bank of- the patio and stairway from the balcony were lined with yellow chrysanthemums. During Ihe ceremony, members of the immediate families of the bride and bridegroom gathered .in a circle around the couple as other guests s t o o d on the balcony. Music for the wedding ceremony and the party immediately following was played by The Sugar Hill, a blue grass music followed the ceremony. Mrs. Tom Edmiston and Mrs. Steve Johnson .both of Fayetteville, and Mrs. Gene Addington of Decatur served guests. Mrs. James Baker of F o r t Smith presided over the guest book and Tommy McAllister of Memphis, cousin of the bride, distributed rice bags. Following a wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Crabtree will be at home in North Little Rock where he Is employed by Arkansas Power and Light Co. Tryouts Scheduled Tryouts for the University of Arkansas Theater production of Peter Weiss' Marat-Sade will be held three evenings next week, September" 23-24-25. Dr. Thomas Jones, who will direct the drama, said tryouts will be held each evenbg from V p.m. to 10 p.m. in Room 404 of the Communications Center. Also, scripts a r e available in Room 435 of the Communications Center for those who want to read the script prior to tryou.ts. group. The bride wore a long ivory muslin gown with demi-train. The empire bodice had a square neckline and long sleeves ending with a wide ruffle'at the wrist. The neckline, bodice, sleeves and hemline were outlined in wide bands of Cluny lace. Her ivory picture hat was trimmed with velvet ribbon and lace motifs on the edge of the brim, and she carried a boufluet of orchids, stephanotis and ivy. Mrs. Richard Keough of Mcmpiiis, Tenn., was the bride's only attendant. She wore a long gown of deep rose silk with V neckline and short puffed sleeves. She carried a colonial bouquet of mixed summer flowers. Robert Eustis of New Orleans was best man. Mr. and Mrs. Eustis returned to New Orleans Friday a f t e r a honeymoon in Guatemala, S a n " Andros Island and Columbia. MRS. G. MICHAEL DOWLING .... was Miss Carolyn Curtis until her-marriage Saturday afternoon in the First Christian Church Young- Romantic Scaridia Has A Special Offer For You A$15 Value... Plans November Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Bobby J. Williams of Faycftevile announce the engagement and approaching marriage of (lieir daughter, Debra Annette, to Ronald K. 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