Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 2, 1963 · Page 14
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 14

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 2, 1963
Page 14
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tMfi PAMPA DAILY NEWS SUNDAY, JUNE 2, I9SS Sfltlll VfcAK .14 _ _ Mrs. Hanks Feted With Farewell Party Mrs. H. A. Hanks, immediate past president of the Pampa Garden Club, was honored Monday afternoon with an Old-Fashioned Ice Cream Social in the home of Mrs. Lee Harrah, 2401 Duncan. Club members said "thank you" and fsrewell to Mrs. Hanks, with name embroidered tea towels. A past president's pin was presented by Mrs. Floyd Watson, second vice president. Host esses were Mmes. Lee Moore. Floyd Watsnn. Bert Robinson, Sam Moot. Melvin Steven*, Stanlev Brandt, and Lee Harrah. Preston-Gordzelik Wed n Double-Ring Service Take It From Kathy by kethy REVOLVING LAZY SUSAN 3 CERAMIC 5 x 5 Inch Revolving Serve Dishes and Stand Serve Right At The Table- Refishes Vegetables Fruits ^rmmm • if A SENSATIONAL VALUE 8 Inch \ High Stand and » Handle 112 W. Foster Wedding vows of Miss Sandra Joan Preston and Richard R a y 'Gordr.elik were solemnized in a double ring ceremony performed on May 23 at 7:30 p.m. in the Harrah Methodist Church with the Rev. Vernon E. Willard as of- ficiant. Miss Preston is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. F. M. Preston, 638 S. Barnes. Mr. Gordzelik's parents are Mrs. Regina Gordzelik of White Deer and the late Mr. Gord- zclik. BRIDE Given in marriage by her father with the "her mother and I" avowal, the bride wore a street- length dress of nylon over tulle de. c igned with a lace bodice, which featured a high neckline and long sleeves, which tapered to bridal points over the hands. Her shoulder-length veil of Illusion tulle was held to a Crown of white pearls. Her only jewelry was a pearl necklace belonging to her mother. She carried an arrangement of white carnations showered with blue streamers atop a white Bible. ATTENDANTS Miss Annette Preston served her sister as maid of honor. She wore a light blue organdy dress topped with a lace jacket complemented with a blue crown encircled with a nose veil. She carried a f a n- shaped arrangement of blue and white carnations. Jim Haag was best man with Nicky Urumfield and Jerry Pritch- arc! as ushers. Candles were lighted by Miss Cathy Ann Chase, cousin of the bride. Mrs. Dorothy Marstellar provided the traditional wedding music and served as accompanist for Miss Elayne Thornburg, who sang "Till There Was You" and "Because." For her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Preston wore a light t a n batiste dress with white accessories. Mrs. Gordzelik wore a yellow and brown linen dress with white accessories. Their corsages svere fashioned from white carnations. RECEPTION Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held in the home of the bride's parents. The bride's table was appointed with a lace cloth over blue centered with a three-tiered white cake iced in blue and topped with a bridal : couple. Crystal appointments corn- Mr, and Mrs. Richard Ray Gordzelik . • , nee Sandra Joan Preston pleted the table. Miss Shirley Gattis presided at the punch service. Mrs. D.-ane Brown, bride's aunt, served from the tiered cake. Mrs. Robert Preston, bride's sister-in-law, vv a s guest registrar. Mrs. Gnrdzelik was graduated from Pampa High School this KKI Chapter Has Breakfast Meet Here are the big DOLLAR DAY SPECIALS at SMITH'S QUALITY SHOES — Make this June Dollar Day a big savings day for yourself — every item offered is an outstanding buy — so come down early Monday morning for these great values — LADIES' DRESS SHOES Big group of ladies dress shoes in better shoes that are being closed out — high heels — mid heels — stacked heeis — beautiful styles and colors to choose from .. LADIES' DRESS SHOES You will want more than one pair of these ladies dress shoes at this low price — discontinued styles have been marked down to this low price for fast selling Men's - Boy's Shoes Group of mens and boys dress Allots priced to move out of the store. Your choice Pr. Children's Shoes Lot of children:] dress shoes in discontinued styles by Poll Parrot and Jumping Jacks . . $ 3 Pr. Men's Women's Canvas Shoes Ladies'Summer Bags Close out group of men's and women's washable canvas shoes—don't miss these ai this low price BIJ; assoitment of ladies decorated summer bags—white—natural— black. Your choice $ 3 Pr. $ 5 plus tax Special Girls Flattie Dress Shoes 1 '' Pair *C D Pair Remember, If\ SMITH'S (JI'AUTV SHOES lor hi* DOJ.J.AK DAY \AJ.I IS Slorc hour* vm-kila.v* — H A.M. to .">:»() I'M. Sal unlay* — » A.M. to U P.M* QUAUTV MO 5-5321 The Gamma Conclave of Kappa Kappa Iota Sorority met in the Black Gold Restaurant on Saturday morning with Mmes. .B. R. Nuckols. 0. H. Odom, W. A. Rankin and M. L. Carter as hostesses. Following bre-akfast, Mrs. Floyd Smith, newly - elected president, conducted a short business meeting. ; Mrs. B. G. Gordon and Mrs. J. E. Gunn were elected to represent the conclave at the National Convention in San Antonio in June. Mrs. L. B. Pemck and Mrs. M. L. ; DeFever were elected delegates, j Mrs. D. I,. Mackie and Mrs. Smith reported on the state convention held in Houston in March. Attending were Mmes. Austin Rucldick, Jarvis M. Johnson, Lois Morrison, Dan Johnson, J. A. Meek, W. L. Parker, B. G. Gordon. C. W. Stowell, M. L. DeFever, D. L. Mackie, J. R. Poston, Ter- esa Humphreys, J. E. Gunn, 1.. B. Penick, Houston Price, D. V. Riggers, W. D, Priest, Otto Mangold, Joe Discosimo. L. S. Riley, G. M. Vails Floyd Smith, Herbert Coker. Lee Heaton. Homer Bowers: Misses Elizabeth Enns, Mildred Houghland and Alma Wilson. Manners Make Friends poo|q s,auo3ujos SSIDJ OM4 JO^ 40ds D -PJIU 9LJ4 Ul THESE PRICES GOOD Monday • Tuesday • Wednesday Reg. 69c-45" Prints Reg. 59c Fruit of the Loom Chambray 2 i Reg. $1.29 Signature PRINTS 4 ydi . $2 Many More Unlisted BARGAINS Dress Lengths P R I C E Remnants. V* off Reg. $1.-19-42" Kverfast Printed Picjue Reg. $1.39 Bates Discontinued Prints as*', Our-TJiinl on all J.a Reg. $1.98-45" Homespun Tweed Reg. $1.98-45" Loom- ski Jl Rayon & Cotton Reg. $1.98-45" Lin-O-Rama 99 * SJIOl'-SKW-SAVK AT SANDS FINE FABRICS 216 N. Cuyler SUM.'.. .1, MO 4-79Q9 XI' t .M. ' ';<H I'.lllfffi Dear Kathy: I urn 17. I fell in love with a boy and we planned to mnrry eventually. He entered (he service. I wrote «v*ry day for five months, but he didn't answer. I was heartbroken, but finally .started going out agcin. A few week* ago, f accepted a ring from a boy t have been dating fur several months. He k n o w s what he want* to do with hi* life and is working toward that goal. Now, the first fellow is writing and calling to say he still loves m<t. His excuse for not writing was that he was at sea for nine months. He seemed interested in other girls even when we were engaged, and holding a job never seemed very important. There's no comparison between the two boys as husbands, and I'm sure that I'm no longer in love with the first fellow. However f can't help being upset every time I gft a tetter or call. What's the matter with me? Why should I feel that way?—M. R. B. A girl who loved a boy enough to plan marriage shared lots of happy experiences with him. The jump from an engagement to nothing meant hurt pride, confusion and perhaps even loss of faith in people in general, Letters and phone calls revive old wounds and make them seem fresh. Fond memories make things hard to comprehend. Any girl would keep asking "Why?" Fhe would be distrubcd when she heard from the boy, even though she didn't love him now. The best thing you could possibly do is to realize that you have many alternatives, not just one or two. You could consider long-range career plans or at least postpone marriage plans until you are positive, without a single mixed emotion about what you want to do. L.ITTL.B spring. Mr. Gordzelik was graduated from White Deer High School and served two years in the army. He is employed by the postal department in A'marillo. The couple will make their home at 121 Colorado in Pleasant Valley, Amerillu. '-\A<\ '^A^Vo-^ ^^7^ Th« first and last time most women get dressed on time is lor their wedding. Polish! d a month agoVfl w"-v other iHver polish For the first time, you really prevent tarnish when you polish your silver! No longer must you bjg it, sack it, rub it, scrub it, hide it, spray it. Display your silver every day, polish it only two or three times a year. New Hagerty formula cleani, polishes and locii out tarn i i h for months in one easy step—just apply and rinse. Guaranteed safe . . . gentle as a facial soap to hands and silver. Try it... you'll always use it. 8 oz. - Sla|e 2.98 c JEWELRY STORE "U»* 'if I'll!* rii*lll'iln|» \\Htrl,e ilvfi ''hlno Pr>«t»l .1,1.1 J^nggap IDS N. 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