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October 12, 1974

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Debbie Hogan Is Greatest Fan Qf: Razorback Team MR. AND MRS. BRIGHT ... following their marriage at the First Presbyterian Church , in BentonviUe Bright-Rider Vows Exchanged ' Miss Ann Rider and Kenneth David Brrghl were united in marriage Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 5:30 o'clock in the evening at the First Presbyterian Church in BentonviUe. Parents of tha couple are Mr. and Mrs, Robert L. Rider and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bright. The' Rev. Jack W. Vinson performed the double ring ceremony before the altar adorned with baskets of white chrysanthemums and pompoms tipped with blue and tied with blue ribbons. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a traditional white gown of satin crepe featuring a high standing collar and bodice of Clnny lace. Full bishop sleeves were cuffed in'.'matching lace, and her bell skirt ended in a deep flounce with an overlay of scalloped Cluny lace sweeping i n t o a chapel train. Her veil of French Illusion edged in matching lace flowed from a tiara of s e e d pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of white chrysanthemums surrounded by white pompoms and baby's breath, tied with blue streamers. . M r s . Pam Johnson oi Fayetteville, sister of the bride was matron of honor. Maid of honor was Miss G i n g e i Straiten, also of Fayetteville They wore long blue organza dresses ending in a wide ruffle with bodices and cuffs edget in"re-embroidered l a c e . They carried bouquets of clirysanthemums tied white with are An: ;reen and blue ribbons. Brand \rin Johnson, niece of the bride was flower girl and wore i dre'ss of white lace. ^Eddie Johnson, brother-in-lav of .the bride, served as bes man. Groomsman was Joi Markey and usher was Scot ffirby. Traditional' wedding music was played by Cindy Bishop and the bridegroom's niece am nephew, Janna and Bryan High of Cave Springs, Ifghted tin candles. ' A reception was held i Fellowship Hall following th ceremony. Mrs. Susan Bright Mrs. Debbie Hendrix a n Miss Shana Might, all of Cav Springs, assisted at the servin, table. Rice bags were distri Luted by Bryan Hight and Jo icll Parsons. Mrs. Pam limpson of Cave Springs resided at the guest book. When the couple left for a 'Mlding trip, the bride was rearing a lon'g green nylon rcss edged in maroon with latching jacket and accesaries nd a corsage of white chrysan- lemums tied with green. Announcements Chapter 463 of the National Association of Retired Federal Employes will hold its annual monthly meeting at 1:30 p.m. 'uesday at the Hospitality loom of the First National 3ank in Springdale. Officers vill 'recycling." AH retired Federal Government employes in the area are invited to attend. By NOUMA CONNOR Seated with the Razorback wives on the 50-yard line is Floyd Hogan's greatest fan! But then Debbie Tekell 'Hogan has been his number 1 fan for a long time ...long before she became Mrs. Hogan. Floyd and Debbie Hogan grew up In Mansfield, Texas, "which is a football-minded town in itself." Both c a m e from families w h e r e football is THE sport. He had played f o o t b a l l since junior high and she became a cheerleader hen she was in the 7th.grade. Being a cheerleader at Mansfield High School certainly contributed to Debbie Tekell's "love for football." And, certainly she had eyes on co-captain, all district (twice) Floyd Hogan who lettered two years in a row in football, basketball and track. "I've always been closely associated with football. The only physical contact I've had wa; rarticipating in high schoo' powder-puff games or either be ing knocked flat while leading a yell," the attractive Mrs. Ho gan said. As a peppy and spiritet cheerleader, she, too, earnec recognition from her admirers at Mansfield High School. She was named the coveted "Foot ball Sweetheart" during her ju nior year and her senior yea she was named "All-Roum Girl." But t h e n , immediately Mrs. Hogan brought the eonver salipn back to her husband by saying, he, too was named "All Round I?oy" his senior year in high school. Like many Razor back wives, she rarely misse a football practice session. "Being married to a footba player has its ups and downs But thank goodness there ar more ups than downs,*' she sai good-naturedly. "All of u (wives) see more of our hus bands on the field than off i the fall of the year. Also, w travel as much as possible t all the games outside of Fay etteville." Do you ever criticize your hus band following a practice ses sion, I asked? "By attendin practice sessions, I do keep ab reast with problems and wha takes place on the field," Mrs Hogan said. "Floyd often ask my opinion and I try to 'be ho nest, -straightforward. Yes, criticize him." Hogan, who plays free safetj had "rotten luck" last seaso as far as injuries were concern ed, First, there was a freak injury causing double vision an he suffered a broken jaw. Until .the broken ' be elected and Mrs. Orton will speak The Junior Civic League will neet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in .he home of Mrs. Bill Morton, 805 Sunset. Four Seasons Garden Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the home of Mrs. Sheila Croxton, 2309 Juneway. Razorback w a s th 'ja rillin w, th g fan with his great speed. He crea ed lots of excitement when ] got near a football. The succe sion of injuries cut his playin short before the end of the se son. Difficulty in eating didn't he the 6-foot, 175 pound player his weightgaining progran And, since cooking happens be his hobby, it was "pure to ture to see my husband try slurp purecd chicken fried stef and gravy through a slit in h ittering wired teeth with the d of a straw." Physically, Hogan is okay. He ent last summer working for construction company in Dals and also worked out on the utilus to keep himself· in good, lysical condition."' " " '"" The Hogans, who have just 'lebrated their first wedding nniversary, came to the Uni- ersity of Arkansas in 1973. He ansferred from Blirm Texas unior College at Brenham here he had been All-America track his freshman year and 11-America split receiver his ophomore year. Hogan was recruited by outhwest Conference .teams,! owever, he narrowed ; - his 10ice :down to, Arkansas and exas AM. "Floyd had made p his mind to go to Texas ven though he had always anted to play for Arkansas," is wife recalled. "Then one af- ernoon I went home from work find Coach Jack Davis talk- ig to my husband who had Lions Ladies Resume Fall Meetings Mrs. Paul Long, president of the i Kayclteville Evening Lions Ladies, was hostess for the first regular meeting. Assisting with refreshments were co-hostesses, Mrs. Ing-Chang Jorfg and Mrs. Al Brown. Three new members ivere welcomed to the group, bringing the membership total to 26. Mrs. Bryce Dais introduced the guest speaker tor the evening, Mrs. Al Hughes of Little Eock, who spoke about the structure of ladies auxiliary groups within the national and international .scope. She also told of her attendance at past national and international conventions and the ladies' contributions in assisting at these meetings. The next meeting will be Oct. 28 and the scheduled 'guest for the.evening is Mrs. Bunn Bell of Prairie Grove, who will speak on "collectibles" and will display some of her tiques. The Lions Ladies plan to assist the Lions in their sale of'.Ch'rlstmas .trees again this year by making wreaths and garlands for sale. They will take special orders for these and will have some for sale at the tree lot. An invitation is extended to all wives of Fayetteville Evening Lions to attend the ii e x t meeting and get acquainted. EXTENSION HOMEMAKERS CLUB SCHEDULE Extension Homemaker Clubs in Washington County will meel from October 14-30 according to the following schedule; M o n d a y: Young Home makers, Mrs. Louise Coker 7:30 p.m. Wednesday: Growing 59ers Mrs. C.W. Webb, 1 p.m. Salem, Community building, I 1 a . m . ; Zion-Oakland, 'Mrs Martha Gulley, 1:30 p.m. Thursday: Farmington, clu 'louse, 1:30 p.m.; Lincoln Mrs Elsie Hackworth, 1:30 p.m. Friday: Buckner, Mrs. Nel rlughes, 1 p.m.; Home Lovers First National Bank, hospitality room, 12 noon. October 30, Happy Habbertoi Homemakers, Mrs. L i n d ; Gayer, 11 a.m. ''We've never been sorry that ie chose Arkansas. I have been ery impressed with the marve- ous way the individual coaches are for 'their' : players," Mrs. logan continued. "For' in- tance, Coach and Mrs. Bill Leis remembered our first wed- ing anniversary. How many caches do you know that would -are enough - to remember a vedding anniversary of one of heir players? The University of Arkansas coaching staff cares about the Razorbacks...and not ust because they are football ilayers." "Our families look forward to he fall season and they follow he Arkansas games. In fact, hey don't make plans that might interfere with the Razor- ack football schedule. My hus- and's parents, Mr. and Mrs. lugh Hogan, and his two sis- ers and brother, plus my parents, Mrs. and Mrs. Melvin Pekell, my sister and my brother, make up a pretty good cheering section," Mrs. Hogan aid. "It is wonderful the way the tate supports the team, too. Ve all know how important this Is, however, often we forget that t takes 22 players, not just one to play the game. All our players are equally important." Probably the fastest member of the Razorback team, Hogan is looking forward to a bid in professional football. When Mrs. Hogan was asked about this possibility, she answered, "Football in the future? You can bet your bottom dollar'we'll try for the pros..We love football, it's part of our lives." . As many others have slated, the Hogans love Fayetteville and the Ozarks. Hogan Is a senior in the College of Agriculture as a dairy science major. "We hope to have our own dairy farm some day." Mrs. Hogan, who completed two and a half years at Baylor University, is not enrolled in school right now. She is employed as a teller at Mcllroy Bank. The TIMES Is On Top of The News Seven Days a Week W /or OMEN New Cardinal Bosses ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Longtime baseball club employes Jce McShane ' a n d Jim Toomey ere named Thursday to newly created vice presidential posi lions by the St. Louis Cardinals of the National League. McShane, the club's business manager since 1964, was named vice president in charge of operations while Toomey, who has been an assistant genera! manager since 1967, was named vice president in charge of administration. McShane joined the Cardinals in 1958. Toomey has been with the club since 1949. Saturday, Oct. 12, 1974 * * IIIUHiBI New Post Offices LITTLE ROCK (AP) -- Th» U.S. Postal Service is seeking suitable sites and construction bids for new post offices in Avoca and Hiwasse in Benton County and Quitman in Cleburne County. All three buildings will ba leased to the Postal Service for 10 years with options on 20 additional years. Calendar of Events Jaycees Will Hold Annual Music Show SPRINGDALE - The Springdale J a y c e e s ' will hold their first annual country music show tonight in the Central Junior High School field house. T w o performances a r e scheduled for 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Featured entertainers a r e country music stars Jack Greene and Jeanne Scely. Advance tickets may be obtained from Jaycees or at the Springdale Chamber of Corn- BE SURE TO SEE OUR OPENING AD TOMORROW! Tonight Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 7 p.m. Springdale Jaycees Country Music Show, Central Jr. High Fieldhouse, 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Springdale Dance Club, American Legino Hut, Spirngdale, 7:30 p.m. Dudes and Dolls, Asbell School Cafetorium, 8 p.m. ·XPERT WATCH REPAIR · SWIFTS SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Your 2-wny radio headquarters M eiecironlca »tnw 192* 520 N. College 443-2222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-1246 City Parking Lot In Re»r PAINT · 19 Valuable Prizes · Exceptional Values · Free Gifts for Adults · Balloons for Youngsters Sunday NWA Areheological Society, Berryville, 1 p.m. NWA Kansas Club, Ozarks Electric, 1 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:03 p.m. Springdale Airport Dedication Ceremonies and Open House, Airport, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. PAINT 2844 North College Come in, let's get acquaint*) Another FAMtlT WEEKLY Exclusive - October 13 Current Books Group of AAUW will meet at 1:30 p.m., Tuesday in the home of Mrs. R, J. Brightwell, 345 E. Prospect. Mrs. Earl Brown will review "Jenny, Volume 2- Dramatic Years of Lady Randolph Churchill," by Ralph G. Martin. Education Wives will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the home of Mrs. Bill Waltman, 1561 Hope Street for dessert and to welcome new members. Further information may be obtained by calling Mrs. Gail Brown, 521-5164. Hun -*! f/eio Concept. 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