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Miss Moore Is Bride In Church MRS. JOHN CHARLES ROWAN . . .was Miss Stephanie Marie Moore before her marriage in Eureka Springs Today In History By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS Today is Tuesday, Oct. 22, the 295th day of 1974, There arc 70 days left in the year. Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1962, President John Kennedy ordered U.S. air and naval forces to quarantine Cuba after concluding that Soviet missile bases were being built on the island. On this date -In 1721, Peter the Great took the title of Czar of all Russia. In 1859, Spain declared w a r against Moors in Morocco. In 1883, the former Metropolitan Opera House in New York celebrated its grand opening Â·with a performance of Gou nod's "Faust." Tn 1907, a run on a New York bank set off a financial crisis known as the panic of 1997. In 1942, during World War 11, the British air force pounded the Italian port of Genoa. In 1953, France granted independence to the Indochina kingdom of Laos. Ten years ago: Funeral services were held in New York for the 31st American Herbert Hoover. Five years ago: president, Lebanon's Premier Rashid Karami resigned amid mounting pressure against nis government's attempt to suppress a guerrilla movement, One year ago: The world-renowned cellist, Pablo Casals, died at the age of Rico. Today's 'birthdays: Vietnam Emperor Bao Dai is 51 years old. Composer Benjamin Britten also is 61. Thought for today: Marriage is an adventure, like going to war -- Gilbert Chesterton, English writer, 1874-1936. S t . Elizabeth's Catholic Church in Eureka Springs was the setting for the wedding of Miss Stephanie Marie Moore and John Charles Rowan at 7 o'clock in the evening on Saturday, Sept. 14. Parents of the couple arc Dr. and Mrs. Harold W. Moore and Mr. and Mrs. John H. Rowan of Fayetteville. The Rev. Vincent J. Maguire officiated at the double ring .wedding mass. Vows were exchanged before the altar holding baskets of yellow, pink and blue spider chrysanthemums and snapdragons flanked on either side by candelabra. Mrs. Sue Dana, organist, presented a program of nuptial music. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father. \Vore a gown of white Maracaine knit and hand crocheted lace. Designed with a jewel neckline and empire waist, the bodice of lace was softly gathered to the skirt. The long sleeves featured a wide lace cuff. Her elbow-length veil of silk illusion was secured with a lace trimmed Victorian headpiece and she carried a bouquet o: Â· pink tea roses, baby's breath and stephanotis encircled in ce with streamers of pink atin ribbon. Miss Therese Moore, sister o e bride, was maid of honor n d b r i d e m a i d s were lyce Annette Moore and Miss athy Bradley of Fayetteville tie maid of honor wore a floor ngth dress of polyeste Â·ganza in a blue and white rint accented with lace, an ic bridesmaids dresses in a ose print, were identical. The a'rried bouquets of spide hrysanthemums. Dale K. Ramsey was bes lan, Jerome Rowan, Lewi ^oore and Patrick Moore wer r o o m s m e n , a n d Gregor [oore was ring bearer. Guest seated by Joe Guido am ryon Lachowsky. Mrs. Moore wore a long leeved rose floor-length dress f polyester knit. A corsage of ink carnations was pinned at or shoulder. Mrs. Rowan wore long lavender dress of poly- stcr knit with white aces sories and a corsage of white carnations. A reception was held in the 'ine Room of the Cresent Hotel ollowing the ceremony. Miss ludy Huffar presided at the !uest book. Mrs. Robert L. Reed served the three-tiered vedding cake, Mrs. George P. )iffin the bridal punch, and Mrs. George Moore served soffee. The couple will make their lome in Fayetteville. Among the out-of-town guests vere Mr. and Mrs. Lewis J lansen of Emporia, Kan., naternal grandparents of the ride, Mrs, Hildur Bliley ol 'Â·ayetteville, maternal grand mother of the bridegroom Mr and Mrs. Pat Hans en of Em poria, Charles A. Moore of Chanule, Kan., and Mr. and Mrs. Don Staten of Parsons in Puerto Former iraiiiiiiii iiiii ill iiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiimiiii iini nil! iiiiinmifflin^ Daily Calendar of Events p.m. Tonight Order of Rainbow, Masonic Temple, 5 p.m. Welcome Wagon Club, Ozarks Electric Hospitality Room, 6 n. Northside Rotary Club, Wyatt's, 6:15 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Fayetteville School Board, School Administration Building, 7 p.m. Official Study Course for Legal Secrefarie's, Room 239, UA Education Building, 7 p.m. Boy Scout Troop 100, St. Joseph's Catholic Church, 7 p.m. Order of Amaranth, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p.m. DAV and Auxiliary, Springdale Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. Chess Club, Arkansas Union, 8 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. Al-Anon, Wiggins Methodist Church, 8 p.m. League of Women Voters, Genie Donovan, 8 p.m. SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tout 2-way radio headnu ailsra !Â· Brfectronlcj tinea U9 520 H. College 443-3222 For Your Prescription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 E. Center -- 442-4246 City Parking lot In Re*r Wednesday Sequoyah Kiwanis Club, Holiday Inn, 7 a.m. League of Women Voters, Mary Jane Fitch, 9:15 a.m. Â· Root School PTA Coffee, Mrs. Jomes Modisette, 9:30-11:3(1 a.m. Exchange Club, Holdiay Inn, 12 noon Lions Club, Wyatt's, 12 noon "Protest and Communication," UA Library, 4:30 p.m. Washington County Republican Clubs, Ozark Electric, 7:3 p.m. . Alcoholics Annoymuos, VA Hospital, B p.m. University-North Arkansas Symphony Orchestra, Arkansa Union Ballroom, 8 p.m. EARLY FALL CLEARANCE Coordinates, Dresses, Pant Suits. * Off All Items From Our Regular Stock. Water Polo Ace LEWISBURG, Pa. _ Janie. K. Storey Jr., a sophomon from Fayetteville, is a membe of Die Bucknell University Wa ter Polo Club that currentl ranks as the only undefeate team in the east. The Bisons, who will be among the favorites in t h Eastern Championships at Yal on Nov. 1-2, have a 9-0 recor with victories over Syracuse Army, Villanova, Columbia Johns Hopkins, Penn State. SI Francis (N.Y.), Cornell ' a n Yale, and have outscored thei opponents 136-39. The 7-6 vie lory over Yale was the firs regular season loss for t h Elis in four years. Storey Is a 1973 graduate o Moorestown Senior High Schoo I!]||l!llll1!IIUI!llll[!l!]!ll!ll!lllim or MEN Mrs. tipper! Is Named To VA Position Tuesday, Oct. 22, 1974 * 5 Â·niHinMiH^ Teachers Meet And Discuss Government Washington County Judge Vol ^ster spoke today to the Wash- nglon County Retired Teachers t the First N a t i o n a l Bank Hospitality Room on the subject Â·! county government in Arkansas. nto the fabrics of American listory," Lester said. "Arkanas became a state in 1836. and i2 delegates from 32 counties ittcnded the first constitutional convention. One hundred and hirty eigtit years later, county jovernment still plays a very mportant role in the adminis- ,ration of local affairs." Lester urged his audience to lake more interest in cornmun- ty government. "Flexibility is ,he keystone holding in place the shape of tomorrow's county government in Arkansas," he said. "More and more demands are being made on counts g o v e r n m e n t , a n d count; government is responding by providing more and more ser vices, for rural and urban citi zens, and continually improving the quality of the services I 1 ' provides." Lester cited an approaching "crisis in government, as the cities, counties, and special dis tricts compete with each othei for the citizen's tax dollars.' He said that the resolution t this problem . seems to lie in more efficiency in government He urged his audience t support proposed Constitutiona Amendment 56, which, he said "can provide county govern ment with the flexibility needs to serve you better." Mrs. Clara Lippert of Berry- 'ille has b e e n appointed ^ctcrans Administration Volun- eer Service representative of he Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary at the VA Hos- ital in Fayetteville. S h e vas appointed Oct. 1 by Mrs Marie Burns, state president of he Ladies Auxiliary to the KW and has been certified by he National organization. She vill serve for a period of two ears. Mrs. Lippert will have charge uf ail volunteer work jjcrformec at the VA Hospital by the VFW auxiliaries. This will include all ndividual volunteer service lours, coffee served to patients, special parties and other activities. Mrs. Lippert and Mrs."Burns toured the VA Hospital in Fayetteville recently. Business Women Are Observing Women's Week fj a s t Wednesday. Mayor Russell Purdy signed a proclamation declaring the week of Oct. 20-20 Fayettevillc Business and Professional Women's Week. The Fayetteville club is observing its 50th y e a r of organization in Fayetteville. A coffee was held Monday for all working women in Fayetteville at the Mcllroy Bank Hospitality Room, a display is located in the window of Hunt's on the Square, and all members are wearing their club badges'. The objectives of the club are to elevate the standards for women in business and the professions, to promote the interests of business and professional women, to bring about a spirit of cooperation amonÂ£ b u s i n e s s a n d professional women in the United States and to extend opportunities to business and professional women through education along lines of industrial, scientific and voca tional activities. The Payetteville club was organized in 1924 with 15 charier members, five of whom are slilj living. They are Miss Ethel "mith, Mrs. Georgia Back- itrom, Miss Roxie Porter, Miss Etha Johnson and Miss Grace Albright. Miss Kara Jordon who joined the club in 1929 in still member and holds the distinction of being Fayetleville'i oldest continuing member. Gaunt Graduates DAYTON, Ohio -- U.S. Air Force Major John J. Gaunt Jr.. son of Mrs. Ruth C. Gaunt ot Rogers has received his master's degree in systems management at the Air Force Institute ot Technology (AF1T), Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. AFIT provides accredited graduate-level resident education for selected military and key government employes in scientific, technological and other fields. Major Gaunt has been Â· reassigned to the Aeronautical Systems Division at Wright- Patterson. He is a member of the Air Force Systems Command. CRAFT CELLAR Art and Craft Supplies CHRISTMAS OPEN HOUSE THURSDAY, OCT. 21 6:30 TO 9 P.M. Ideas - Demonstrations 9 N. Block --443-3161 1st Place Winner Rita's Hair Design Insti. tutc has just won 1st place in the 1974 student competition. The competition, sponsored by the Ark. Hairdressers and Cosmetologist Assoc., was open to all cosmetology students in the state. Now Enrolling New Students RITA'S 1680 N. College, Fay. 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