Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 6, 1974 · Page 8
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October 6, 1974

Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 8

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2B · Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Sunday, Oct. 6, 1974 FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS Engagement · Tlic engagement of Miss Lin- £»'ila. Kaye Slaughter and Wil- £TUiam Howard Dykes is an- ££uonnccd today by her par- SS^ents, Mr. and Mrs. D a l e ·^Slaughter o! Fayetteville. He ·"is tho son of Sirs. Leo II. .-.Dykes of Little Rock and (lie !S:ialc Li. Col. Dykes. The biirtc- Select is a graduate of t h e ^University ot Arkansas with · ££;a degree in clothing, textiles £^aud merchandising in I h e ""School or Home Economics. ' SSShe is a member of Delta Del- Products Will Be Displayed The annual cotfee and display ot Arrowcraft. products sponsored by the Mary Campbell Gregory Alumnae Chib of Pi Beta Phi will be held from 9 a in. to 11 a.m. Tuesday at the chapter house, 502 West Maple Street. Chapter members will show the articles to campus students from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. the same day. All friends and- those interested are invited to attend. In 1912,.as a memorial to ils founders, Pi Beta Phi fraternity established a Settlement School in Gatlinburg, Tcnn.. in In efoot- hills of the Great Smoky Mountains. It brought educational and health facilities to the region, and by 1925, provided the Arrowcraft Shop, as an outlet for the craftsmen producing in their homes. Arrowcraft grew and expanded. In 1345 summer craft workshops were inaugurated in conjunction with the University of Tennessee. College credits were given and national staonding received. From this foundation, and a continuing interest in crafts, evolved the -_ _ -- , ...... Arrowmount School fo Crafts, is presently jnnploycd in Fay- which provides expert instruction during the'summer months to both beginners and advancec etfevillc. The bridegroom, a graduate the University with a degree in business, is a member of Sigma Phi Ensilon fraternity, and is presently in OFfic- crs Candidate School with the Marine Corps at Quanlico, Va. The wedding is planned f o r 4:30 p.m., Nov. 10, at t h e First United Presbyterian Church. s t u d e n t s . Besides training t e a c h e r s , t h e summer workshops offer much in the field of therapy, training oc cupational therapists in the knowledge of certain arts and c r a f t s applicable to the physically and mentally handicapped. Arrowcraft is the registered trade name applied to all articles produced and marketed through the Arrowcraft Shop and sold by active chapters and alumnae clubs throughout the United States. Weaving had created desrgns adaptable to table linens, handbags, towels, baby carriage robers and other articles by men and women on the looms in their homes. Other crafts include native wood carving, broom making, ! and other articles. A new article featured is the Revival bag in a variety of colors, is lined and has an inside pocket. A variety of articles will be on display and orders will be taken for delivery prior to the holidays .Profits from the spies go toward the support of Arrowmount School. There will be an information table where details of the A r r o w c r a f t Slrt/p Weaving Contest and application blanks will be available. This contest w a s a n n o u n c e d earlier. Deadline for entries is Jan. 15, 1975. Mrs. Leonard Greenhaw, alumnae club president; Mr; loe Upchurch, vice president; Mrs. G. K. Prentiss and Mrs. Al Hadfield, co-chairmen of Arrowcraft, are in charge of the arrangements. Mrs. Jack Hyland will be refreshments chairman. . Miss Smith Is Recent Bride Miss became Vicky Ann Smith the bride of David Andrew Sloan in a picturesque outside setting in Fayetteville at 4:30 o'clock Saturday afternoon, Sept. 14. The Rev. Edward L. Salmon, rector of St. Paul's Episcopal Church, performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and'Mrs. William Bryant Smith of Springdale, and Dr. Sloan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ward Sloan of Topanga, Calif, For her wedding, the bride chose a simple gown of silk jersey, an original design in champagne with a matching garden hat. She carried an arm bouquet of fall flowers, yellov rosebuds, baby's breath ant ivy. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. The couple's honor attendant were Dr. and Mrs. Randal Woods of Fayetteville . M r s Wood's gown wa sa dusty blue jersey and she wore a natura exchange of vows, the bride's mrents and her brother, Villlam Stanley Smith, enter- traw hat and carried an arm )ouquet complimenting the ride's attire. Immediately following the Household Hint Cardboard disks may to used to separate clothes hangera and keep the hanger hooks from Interlocking. Cut several four- Inch diameter d i s k s from a piece of stiff cardboard. Cut a hole in the center ot each disk, making the hole large enough for your clolhcspole to pass through. Then mnke a slit through one side of the disk so that the round cardboard piece can be slipped onto th» pole. ained with champagne reception at the wedding sitr or the bridal couple, at- endants, and approximately 125 ;uests. pr. and Mrs. Sloan are at lome in Fayettevile where he is a professor at the University of Arkansas. Mrs. Sloan is a 1973 graduate of the University and has been employed the past year in Dallas. Out-of-state . gufsts included the bride's brother, William Stanley Smith of Boston, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. William Ward Sloan and Miss Barbara Sloan of Topanga, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Giles, Miss -Ann Keeter. and Mr and Mrs. Mike Campbell of Dallas, Mr. and Mrs. George Decker of Houston, Mr., and Mrs.. Richard Smith of Lake Jackson, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Smith of Bellville, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Sulton of Oklahoma City, Okla. _M.I_«__«B_ KOBIE CAKES For Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays, and All Spoclal Occasions. To Order Phone 839-2243 (Closed Tuesdays) Hwy. 71, West Fork MRS. DAVID ANDREW SLOAN ... was Miss Vicki Ann Smith before her recent marriage - To Note Anniversary Open house in observance of their golden wedding anniversary will he held Suday, Oct. 13 at flic home of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe M. Price at 6 Northwood in West Fork Acres at West Fork. Hours wtll he from 2-5 p.m. All friends and relatives are Invited. Plans May Wedding -*The engagement of Miss Sara ~Jane Phillips and Rolierl Judc "Goss, son of Mr. anti Mrs. iaiobei-1 Wesley Goss ot North 'iLitlle Rock, is announced by ;Jhcr parents, Mrs. .1. Maurine -Phillips and Charles R a y -Phillips of Fayetteville. The =briric-clect la the granddaughter of Mrs. Charles Phillips land t h e late Mr. Phillips of t.Fayettcvillc and Mrs .C. 0. l;Davcnporl and the late Mr. ^'Davenport of La Junta, Colo. ^Grandparents of the prospective bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. John Hum ot North Little Rock and the late Mr. and Mrs. Hezekiah Goss of Little Rock. A graduate of Fayetle- ville High School, the hride- clecf is attending the University of Arkansas School of Nursing. Her fiance graduated from Subiaco Academy and from St. Vincent's I n f i r m a r y as a technologist. The couple plans a May wedding at SI. Patrick's Cathedral in North Little Hock. They will make their home in Fayetteville. lhc engagement and ap- ·iproaohing marriage of Miss ICynlliia Ann Binklcy of Wal- 3iut Ridge to John Clay Coop- .·Jr of' Fuyeftevilie is being 3nade known hy her parents, "fllr. and Mrs. Dempsie G. Jlinkley of Walnut Ridge. Dr. "«nd Airs. .Toe! A. Conpcr of 37aycl(eville are parents of Uhc prospective bridegroom. !3VIis. Binkley is a graduate 3bf Balcsvillc High School and aillcnilcd H e n d r i x College he^fore transferring to tlie Uni- Terslly of Arkansas in Fay- ·ttcvillc where she is a senior. Slie is the graiuldangli-' Engagement Told ier of Mrs. Kcrmil Sugg of Little Rock and (he late Mr. Sugg and Mrs. B. R. Binkley of Clarktnn, Mo., and the late Mr. Hinkley. The future bridegroom is a graduate of Faj- cttcvillc High School and attends Hendrix College where he Is a senior working toward a degree in health, physical education and recreation. He Is the grandson of Mrs. B. F. McAtlcn of Paragould and Mrs. C. W. Thackcr of Danville and the lale Mr. Thacker. A Dec. 27 wedding is planned. LIMITED TIME ONLY!!! One 5x7 Color Portrait SATISFACTION GUARANTEED One sitting per subject One special per family Additional subjects--$1.00 (Group or Individual) All ages: babies, children, adu' No appointment necessary TUESDAY Thru SATURDAY OCTOBER 10 Thro OCTOBER 12 Photographer on Duty 10 a.m. til 8 p.m. mar* HIWAY 71 NORTH FAYETTEVIUE FABRIC DISNEY PRINTS 100% Cotton DISNEY QUILTS A SOUND FOR EVERYONE We Cordially Invite You To Attend Open House In Celebration Of Our Second Anniversary Sunday, October 6th 2 PM Til 6 PM Refreshments - Door Prizes NORTHWEST ARKANSAS PLAZA FAYETTEVILLE, ARKANSAS

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