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Northwest Arkansas Times (Newspaper) - September 16, 1968, Fayetteville, Arkansas Ensign J.R. Dyer, Bride At Home In California Mrs. James Richard Dyer married at Heber or pBt Arkattaag (Sims I OMEN; The First Presbyterian Church of Heber Springs was the for the marriage of Miss Inez Virginia Sample and Ensign James Richard Dyer, U.S.N.. at the close of tin; morning worship service on July 28. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. William F. Sample of Quitman and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dyer of Fayettcville. The Rev. Fred Tyler of- ficiated at the double ring ser- vice at an altar decked with two candelabras each holding six lighted white tapers. The floral arrangements were white and variegated pale pink gladi- oli and baby's breath in antique silver vases. Mrs. Richard Zelnick, or- ganist, played "Love "0 Perfect Love" and the brid- al processional. Given in marriage by her brother, Charles Sample, the bride wore a full length gown of white peau'de soie beaded with crystals and pearls. Silk illusion trimmed the neckline of the fitted bodice, and a double box pleat from the shoulders accented the bell skirt and formed a chapel train. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was secured by a peau de soie bow with self roses, crystals and pearls. She wore elbow length gloves, and carried a bouquet of white roses centered with a white orchid. Miss Sandra Sample was her sister's maid of honor. She wore a full length gown of pink Chan- tilly lace with a pink velvet ribbon at the empire waist. She also wore elbow length gloves and a wide velvet bow in her hair. Bridesmaids were Miss Deb- orah Hudson of Searcy and Miss Marilyn Reeter of Jacksonville. Their gowns were baby blue Chantilly lace with blue velvet ribbons and bows at the waist, and their gloves and hair bows were like those of the maid of honor. All attendants carried white chrysanthemums with pink, blue and white streamers tied in love knots. Garry Henbest of Fayette- ville served as best man, and groomsmen were Charles Rog- ers, Fayetteville and William F. Sample Jr. of Quitman. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Sample chose a pink lace dress with white accessories, and Mrs. Dyer wore a light blue crepe suit with pink ac- cessories. A reception followed in the church fellowship hall, with members of the bridal party forming the receiving line. The bride's table was covered with a family heirloom ecru lace tablecloth over pink, and decked with white and varie- gated pink gladioli with baby's breath in a silver vase. The three-tiered wedding cake war served by Mrs. Alvin Snow of Heber Springs, and Mrs. Marvin Hudson of Searcy served the pink fruit punch. Mrs. Evelyn Cross of Searcy was in charge of the bride's book. For travel, the bride wore a pastel blue taffeta dress with white accessories, and the white orchid from her bououet. Mr. and Mrs. Dyer are now living in Monterey, Calif., where the bridegroom is work- ing toward his Master's Degree in electrical engineering at the U.S. Naval Post Graduate School. The bride is enrolled at Monterey Peninsula College, majoring in clothing and busi- ness marketing. Thev both at- tended the University of Ar- kansas where he finished at mid-term this year, and she completed her freshman year. To Open Concert Season Here Hundreds of costumes do much to add to the visual splen- dours of "Fiesta Javier de Leon's cavalcade of Northwest Arkansas TIMES, Men., Sept. 16, 1968 7 Daily Calendar of Events Tonight DeMolay, Masonic Temple, T Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 9841 Air Reserve Squadron, UA Bus. Bldg., Waist Awelgh TOPS Club, Gen. Hosp. Lecture Rm., St. Joseph's Home School Soc., School Aud., Coin Club, Spr. 1st National Bank, Young Democrats Club, Downtown Motor Lodge, Fay. Lodge 740, 525 W. 15th, Tuesday Demeter Creative Arts Group, Mrs. M. C. Kik, 9 a.m. Civitan.Club, Holiday Inn, 12 noon Kiwanis Club, Downtown Motor Lodge, Red Cross Board, Chapter House, Pi Beta Phi Alumnae Club, Mrs. J. K. Gregory, Naval Reserve Electronics Div. 8-31, Training Center, 7 Oral Communications, Bus. Ad. Bldg., 7 Sportsmen's Club, Clubhouse, University City OES, Masonic Hall, Alcoholics Anonymous, 112% W. Center, 8 Epsilon Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Nieta McClellan, 8 p.m. Rehearsals To Start Tuesday The University of Arkansas- Fayetteville Symphony will be- gin rehearsals Tuesday for the fall and spring concert seasons. The symphony will be heard n five different programs and i three-day concert tour is also ilanned, according to Marx 3ales, conductor. Instrumental players living in he Northwest area of Ar- kansas, who are interested in (laying, should contact Dr. Marx Pales at the University of Arkansas' Department of Mus- or at his home. Qualified ownspeople are urged to be- members of the orches- ra. Rehearsals will be each Tues- iay in the UofA Fine Arts Con- ert Hall from to p.m. Claude Monteux, noted flutist and son of the famous conduc or, Pierre Monteux, will be oloist with the orchestra in a. rair of concerts, Nov. 1-3. Wil- lam Gant, UofA professor of iano, will be soloist in concerts "eb. 28 and March 2. Dr. Pales may be reached by his office telephone, 575- 702, or his home telephone, 142-5120. Epsilon Chapter of Beta Sig- ma Phi will meet 8 p.m. Tues- day in the home of Mrs. Nieta McClellan, DEFOREST COIFFURES REBA DEFOREST JOANNE DEWITT WELCOME BACK UofA STUDENTS FACULTY COED. SPECIAL All Permanent Frosting Bleach EFFECTIVE SEPT. 17-21 OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT Eostgote Shoppers Village llEnt Announcements Births Washington General Mr. and Mrs. William A. Egg- ert of Fayatteville, a daughter, Sept. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil P. Piazza of Springdale, a son, St.pt. 12. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond G. Thompson, 9 West Hills, a son, Sept. 12. Mexico to be seen here in the'and pre-Hispanic costumes de- Barnhill Fieldhouse, Friday, at.signed and execuled by Javier 8 p.m. presented by the Norto-'de Leon, Froylan Tenes, Maria west Arkansas Concert Associa-: Pueblito and the ornate masks tion. and decors created by Jorge During its first extended con-1 Estrada. The senorita standing before Javier de Leon, singer Antonio Maciel and 'Floreoder' Charro Valentino. tinent tour season critics in cities over the nation applauded the two lines of soloists (upper the 30 talented dancers, is Princess Tco Xoehitl, land instrumentalists from Mex-glancing slar of the company, ico City and the lavish Spanish1 who shares top honors with BABY FURNITURE Gifts and Accessories Known Brands Ail Kinds MePHERSON'S Home Furnishings HiBhway 71 N. 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