Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on September 29, 1974 · Page 9
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 9

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, September 29, 1974
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Couple Pledges Vows MRS. TYRUS RICHARD REED ... was Mss Anita Raylene Beeks bejore Tier recent marriage Mtss AniU Raylcrie and Tyrus Richard Heed wore united in marriage on Saturday. Sept. 14, at 7 o'clock in the evening at Blmdale Baptist Church in Springdalc. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Billy H. Becks of Springdale and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Reed of Morrow. The Rev. W. R. Edwards officiated at the double ring core- mony. Wedding music was presented by Debbie Bratlon of Fayetteville, cousin of the bridegroom. 1'he bricle, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length white gown of crepe satin with a long wrap-around attached train edged with a wide '.ruffle. The gown was designed with long sleeves also edged with a wide ruffle and a round neckline. Her veil, attached to a pcau de soie and lace headpiece, was edged in late, and she carried a cascade bouquet of yellow and white daisies, yellow roses and baby'» breath atop a Bible. Attending the bricle as maid of honor was Miss Pam Evans. Bridesmaids were Miss- Sara Brashears and Miss Linda Zulpo, all of Fayetteville. They wore long dresses, of green and gold crepe. Flower girl was Miss Laura Bell .of Prairie Grove, cousin of the bride. Becky Cox of Lincoln and Dale Reed of Prairie Grove carried I the rings on heart-shaped pillows and were dressed like the bride and bridegroom: Greg Reed served his brother as best man and ushers a n d groomsmen were Mike Lalta of Cpnrow, Tex., Larry. Karnes of Lincoln and Vaughn Smith of Cassvilje, Mo., all cousins of the bridegroom. Candles were lighted by Mike Latta and Vaughn Smith. Following tile ceremony, a reception was held in Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Donna Campbell and Mrs. Sandye Hanshew assisted at the serving table. Tyler Bell of Prairie Grove, cousin of the bride, distrubted rice bags, and Miss July Wilson of Fayetteville presided at the guest hook. The couple left after the reception for a trip to Eureka Springs and are now making their home in Fayetteville where the bridegroom is a student at the University of Arkansas and tile bride is employed in Springdale. Marion Chapter Begins its Year Marion Chapter, Daughters of Hi e American Revolution, opened its sixty-fourth year by meeting last Thursday at the home of Mrs. R.J. Brighlwell with Mrs. E.P. Douglass, Mrs. Richard Grcer and Mrs. Frank Knox as co-hostesses. The meeting, presided over by Mrs. E.H. Donaubauer, regent, featured Mrs. Werner Jarchow of Eureka Springs as guest speaker. Mrs. Jarchow, who was introduced by Mrs. Harold Dulan, vice regent, reported on the 83rd National DAR Continental Congress. 01 special interest was her an nouncement that Arkansas State Society, Daughters of thi A m e r i c a n Revolution, wa_ r e c o g n i z z c d a s oulstandinj because of its Bi-CentenniE Northwwt Arkanw. TIMES, Sun., S«M. 29, 1974 · 9A FAYETTEVILLr, ARKANSAS project, the restoration of Ar- .ansas Post where one of two altlcs west of the Mississippi ,vas fought during the Revo- utionary War. Marion Chapter s actively participating In this worthwhile project. Announcements iiiiiiiiffliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiimrrainiininiraffiiiMiiiiiiii! PEO Cooperative Board will meet at 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in the home of Mrs. John Webb, 800 Cedarwood. The Jr. Civic League's Annual CHRISTMAS CARD SHOWING City Library October 2, 1974 9:30--5:00 pm Proceed* go, to the Washington County School for Trainable Children tr MRS. WILLIAM L. BRADLEY .. .was Miss Stephanie Hillarie Johnson before her Saturday evening marriage Miss Johnson Is -.Saturday's Bride AAUW Schedules First Meeting "Background of the Arab-Israeli Problems" is the discussion topic at the American Association of University Women at the first meeting of the year on Tuesday. The meeting will be held 1:30 p.m. at Roberta F Library. Carl Malone. tural economist, with background of foreign Mrs. Wedding vows were exchanged at 7:30 o'clock Saturday night at University Baptist Church by Miss Stephannie Hil- Isire Johnson and William Lawrence Bradley. Mr. and Mrs. F. Franklin Johnson of Overland Park, Kan., are the bride's parents, and the bridegroom is the son of Dr. Milton Bradley of Little Rock and the late Mrs. Bradley. The bride chose a gown of ivory satin fashioned with a square Cluny lace bib, standup collar, and ruffled cuffed tapered sleeves. The Empire bodice and A-line skirt featured lavish peau d' ange appliques. The skirt and train featured a lace hem with vertical bands o! i San Antonio where the bride- room will attend Officer's raining School with the U. S. ir Force. He is a . graduate f the University of Arkansas nd the bride is a junior at e University where she is a member of the Alpha Delta Pi ororily. Miss Kattcm Engaged Mr. and Mrs. Ahmed A. Kal- tan of Faycltcville announce t h e engagement and approaching marriage of their dauhter, Jcanie, to Barry Lee Wisdom, son of Mrs. William Harold Wisdom of Liitle Rock and the late Mr. Wisdom. The wedding is planned for Deo. 14 at Trinity United Meth- odist Clnirch in Fayetteville. The briiie-elect is a graduate of fhe University of Arkansas where she was a member of Phi Beta Kappa, and is presently a research assistant in the Animal Science Department. Her fiance is a senior Psychology student at t h e University. EVEREST 4 JENNINGS WHEELCHAIRS FOLDSTO 10" RENTALS t SAIES FayeUtvllIeDruJ E. Side Square Do you know what really goes on at a Weight Watchers meeting! si i Find out, during Weight Watchers National Open Meeting Month, September 30 - October 31st. If you are at least 10 pounds overweight, visit us and learn how we can help you lose weight and keep it off. Take home a FREE booklet, featuring a Weight Watchers Program 7- DAY MENU PLANNER -- 21 com- plete meals like the ones enjoyed by our members while we help them lose weight! Visit us! It's a chance to see what we're all about with absolutely no obligation to join. Call us for the time and place of the open meetings scheduled in this area. . CALL TOIL FREE: 1-800-482-8844 OPEN MEETINGS AT WEIGHT WATCHERS CENTER HWY. 71, ACROSS FROM RAMADA INN TUES., OCT. 1st, 9:30 AM 7 PM WEIGHT WATCHERS JCPenney Casual. The look of things to come this fall. K X Polyester shirt jacket ^ *\ witn ' or| g sleeves and ^vsy placket front. Fall fl colors, 8-18. $-17 Long sleeve tailored shirt of polyester in great new patterns. Sizes 8-16.1 Engagement Announced Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Harden Of Harrison announce ( h o engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Malia. Kay, to. Koherl Sherman Parkinson II, -son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob Parkinson, also at Harrison, The bridc-clcct, · graduate of Harrison High School, attended Stale College of Arkansas, Arkansas Tech, and is presenlly employed »i the Northwest Arkansas TIMES in Fayetteville. H e r fiance, also a graduate o! Harrison High School, is attending the University of Arkansas majoring in Business Administration, · Diana Roberts of Fay etteville was maid of honor am Dr. Bradlev was his son s bes Mrs. Stephan Johnson of Fay at Roberta Fulbnght Ken Stewart of El Dorado, the Johnson of Fayetteville and th situation in the Mid-East today. bridegroom's uncle, James Grossa of North Little Rock. president, says all women who are University graduates welcome at the meeting. After a wedding trip to Dal las, Tex., the couple will livi Fashion pants of poly- esler.Zipfrontstyling wth flare leg. Assorted solids, misses sizes. $14 Gobblers'K Emerald Green Camel Long sleeve shirt jacketof polyester with pointed yoke. Choose from fashion solids, 3 13. Long sleeve shirt of acetate/nylon with turnback cuff. Bright Hawaiian print?, 3-1 Polyester pants have single butlonclosure, narrow waistband. Fashion solids. 5-13 WOMEN'S SHOES Shop Penneys Mon., Thurs., Fri. 9-9--TUGS., W.ed., Sat. 9-5:30

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