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June 18, 1972

Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 9

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Brown- Tucker Vows Said In Double-Ring Ceremony I'AMP A, TEXAS Nuptial vows were exchanged •t 7:30 p.m. Saturday, June 10, in the First Christian Church, Pampa, by Miss Carolyn Lucille Brown and William Baldwin Tucker. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Robert Brown, 1800 Williston, and the bridegrrom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill D. Tucker of Lubbock. THECEREMONY Officiating at the doulbe-fing ceremony was Rev. Ralph Palmer, church pastor. Mrs. H.V. Wilks, organist, played "A Time For Us" and "Somewhere, My Love." Mrs. Paul Reimer sang "The Twelfth of Never" and "The Lord's Prayer." The ceremony was performed before a background of seven-branched candelabra entwined with salal foliage. Tall pedestals holding massive arrangements of white chrysanthemums flanked the wedding party. A fan arrangement of white chrysanthemums decorated the altar. Family pews were marked with white satin ribbon and greenery. THE BRIDE The bride was given in marriage by her father, with the "her mother and I" avowal. She wore a floor-length gown of Venetian lace, designed with a high-rise bodice belted in white satin robbon. The scalloped neckline was embroidered with seed pearls and the Juliet sleeves ended in fitted cuffs. The skirt, scalloped at the bottom, had controlled fullness in the front, and was gathered into a back fullness that extended into a chapel sweep. Her tiered veil of imported illusion fell from a Juliet cap adorned with seed pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses and gardenias, accented with greenery. ATTENDANTS Miss Holly Moritz of Dallas was maid of honor, and bridesmaids were Mrs. James M. Brown of Lubbock, sister-in-law of the bride, and Miss Nancy Tucker of Lubbock, sister of the bridegroom. All wore identical, floor-length gowns, fashioned with bodices and full lantern sleeves of yellow lace and bouffant skirts of yellow organza. Each carried a nesegay of white Marguerite MRS. WILLIAM BALDWIN TUCKER ...nee Carolyn Lucille Brown daisies and lemon-yellow carnations. Gerald Tucker, of Lubbock, brother of the bridgroom, served as best man. Groomsmen were James M. Your Horoscope * SUNDAY, JUNE 18 YOUR BIRTHDAY TODAY: You emerge steadily into a practical line of reasonable success this year. Somewhere in the middle is a transition period in which your thinking shifts, you assign different values to your skills and resources. Today's natives are fond of traditions, may be expert on antiques, history. They must be their own bosses. Aries [March 21-April 19]: The quieter you can make this Sunday, the better. In many countries Fathers are selected for special attention- on this day. Express yourself. Taurus [April 20-May 20): Moderation, tact, understanding are essential if you are to carry your social poise evenly thru the day. You can, and it's worth doing. Gemini May 21-June 20]: Family matters tend towards restless whims—dissension for no real reasons, staying out of the confusion is an art in itself. Cancer [June 2l-July 22]: How well you draw the line between your own affairs and those of other people defines and expresses character in a subtle way this Sunday. Leo [July 23-Aug. 22]: It's time you realized that for every spur-of-the-moment giving, you unconsciously expect special loyalities or other non-purchasable benefits later. Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 221: Impatience, tension are probable. Be serene, enjoying each minute as you get to it, even though you are waiting for something incomplete. Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Even well-venerated parents pose problems. Expect some minor interruptions, but stay unruffled as you drift thru the social activities. Scorpio I Oct. 23-Nov. 21J: You tend to be more direct and forceful than certain people find comfortable. Leave the Sunday activities to others when you can. 0i*on Sagittarius [Nov. 22-D e c. 211: Ask little, presume less, and see what you can do to expand and fulfill your own potentials and expections in a quiet social atmosphere. Capricorn [Dec.22-Jan.l9]: Give the world and yourself a break today; make a personal vacation of it, once you've done what you promised or feel you must do. Aquarius [Jan. 20-Feb. 18]: Preoccupation with mental hobbies and pursuits fills your Sunday. Find time for serious study. Let others follow their own paths. Pisces [Feb. 19-March 201: Personal plans encounter strange quirks of circumstances, may have to be left over for another time—or changed a little. Brown of Lubbock, brother of the bride, and Lynn Gibner of Amarillo. MOTHERS The mother of the bride wore a floor-length light-blue gown with white accessories. The mother of the bridegroom wore a light pink-floor-length gown with matching accessories. Both wore corsages of white gardenias. RECEPTION For the reception in the church parlor, the serving table was covered with a white satin cloth designed with a net skirt. The centerpiece was a silver candelabra holding four candles, and a large bouquet of yellow carnations, white snapdragons and Shasta daisies. The Lady Windemere cake of seven tiers, topped with cherubs, was decorated with roses and sweet peas. Miss Vickie Kenner of Houston presided at the punch bowl, and Miss Susan Maguire of Pampa presided at the coffee service. The cake was served by Mrs. Don Willis of Amarillo. Mrs. Lynn Gibner assisted Miss Kenner at the punch bowl, and Miss Susan Stout of Lubbock, cousin of the bridegroom, distributed the rice bags. Background music was provided by Mrs. H.V. Wilks, and Miss Teri Heare of Pampa registered the guests. For the wedding trip to Colorado, the bride wore a turquoise crepe dress with yellow accessories. Her corsage was of white roses and gardenias. AFFILIATIONS The bride, a 1970 graduate of Pampa High School, is a junior student at Texas Tech University, Lubbock, where she is majoring in secondary education. The bridegroom, a 1970 graduate of Monterrey High School, Lubbock, is a junior student in 'business administration at Texas Tech. PRE-NUPTIAL EVENTS Pre-nuptial events included a shower in Pampa, hosted by Mmes. Jack Stroup, Harold Weidler, J.P. Brumley, Lester Hcrr, John B. White; and Misses Terri Heare, Debbie Weidler and Linda Brumley. The bride was feted with a spice and recipe shower given b. Miss Susan Maguire and Miss Vickie Kenner. Out-of-town events included a shower in Lubbock, hosted by Mmes. Bob Wylie, O.P. Harlan Jr., Orville Alderson and Orval Farmer; and a dormitory shower given by Misses Holly Moritz, Berkly Evans, Cathy Baumgardner and Harriet Bonds. A dinner party, honoring the bridal couple, was given by Mrs. W.W. Stout, Mrs. Lora Tucker and Miss Ferrelline Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Bill D. Tucker, parents of the bridegroom, were hosts for the rehearsal dinner at the Pampa Country Club. OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Lora Tucker, Miss Ferrelline Tucker, Mrs. Ruth Williamson. Mrs. Betty Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Stout, and Susan. Mr. and Mrs. King Barrier, Beverly and Barbara, Mr. ar.' Mrs. Bob Wylie. all of Lubbock; Mr. and Mrs. James Hyatt of Amarillo; Mr. and Mrs. John B. White of Plain view; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bourland of Quail; Mrs. Pat H.Ryan of Dallas; Mr: and Mrs. C.A. Baldwin of Lamesa; Mrs. Denzil Davis of Port Arthur; and John Palmitier of Houston. Club News LOTA POUNDS OFF TOPSCLUB The Tops Club, TX 149. met in the Central Baptist Church with 11 members present. The fruit basket was awarded to Mrs. Leon Brown, and the pig went to Mrs. Fred Hutchens. The "ha-ha" jar was won by Jerrie Ann Carter. The club reported a total loss for the week of 13 Ibs. Members present were Mmes. Omer White, Fred Hutchens, Leon Brown, Bob Fick, Wayne Brown, Archie Chisum, Jay Greene, Ray Ramey; and Misses Anne Yanez and Jerrie Ann Carter. Bold Satin Satin gowns will burst with color this season. For evening wear, bold-colors like canary yellow and royal blue will light up any party. Special Purchase! Large selection of gift Elqjns.nouu at one lou/Zales price! Your Choice 17*Jewel Elgins for her * dress, styles • diamond watches • bracelet watches • nursiV walchtfc 17-Jewcl Hlgins for him • dress slyli-s • calen J ars • day-date watches • water-resistant* • automatic!, designs ZALKS WATCH GUARANTEE: If (or any reason, other Ih.in negligence or abuse, your watch fails to perform satisfactorily, return it within one year of purchase dale lo any Zales store; it will be repaired free of charge. Four convenient credit plant available ZaJti Revolving Charge • Z*les Custom Charge Mailer Charge • BankAmericarij I 'W-ikT-n'sistant as long as case, crown and crystal arc intact fAMM DAIIY Ith YEAR Sunday. Juno 18. Several announcements were made in the Fall concerning deadlines and procedure on wedding stories. Due to the number of summer weddings, this announcement is being repeated. For a wedding story to appear in a Sunday edition, the information and picture must be turned in to the woman's editor by 5 p.m. on the Monday BEFORE the wedding. All wedding stories submitted after that time will appear during the week. Engagement announcements must be submitted by 12 noon Wednesday to appear in Sunday'sedition. MRS. H. CHRISTOPHER MEE ...nee Debra Lee Nichols Nichols-Mee Vows Exchanged In Ohio GO with POWER Th«r«'i loti of action at VBSI Exciting leiions from Ood'f Word, finging, crafti and fun. You'll meet friendi there this Summer! If you are between 4 and 14 yean old, here's your invitation COME TO VACATION BIBLE SCHOOL June 19 through 23; Hours 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. For transportation call 669-7212 Bethel Assembly of God 1514 Hamilton Miss Dchra Lee Nichols of Bowling Green, Ohio, former Pampan, and H. Christopher Mee of Logansport, Ind., were united in marriage at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, June 17, in the First United Methodist Church of Bowl ing Green. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. W. Lee Nichols of Wichita, Kans., formerly of Pampa. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mee of Toledo, Ohio. THE CEREMONY The Rev. Dale Bischsel officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Mrs. Edgar Singleton, organist, played the traditional wedding music. THE BRIDE Given in marriage by her brother, Glen Nichols Jr., the bride wore a formal gown of silk organza over silk. Venice lace appliques accented the sheer yoke and high neckline of the lace bodice and cuffed the full sleeves. The softly-gathered skirt swept into a chapel train. Her three-tiered veil of illusion fell from a headpiece of Venice lace flowers that framed her" face. ATTENDANTS Mrs. Nan Ashley of Portage, Ohio, was matron of honor, and bridesmaids were Miss Linda Parsons of Painesville, Ohio, Miss George Ann Baughman of North Canton, Ohio, and Miss Charlene Garba of Cleveland, Ohio. All wore floor-length yellow gowns and carried bouquets of yellow, orange and white baby carnations and baby roses. Eric Mee of Toledo. Ohio, served as best man, and groomsmen were Davis Ashley of Portage, Ohio, William Waite of Toledo, Ohio, and David Bresler of Fort Wayne, Ind. RECEPTION For the reception at the Ramada Inn, Perrysburg, Ohio, the four-tiered, square cake was topped with orange and white flowers. Assisting with the serving were Miss Athena Sofios of Norwalk, Ohio and Miss Betty Jo Houck of Canton, Ohio. AFFILIATIONS The bride attended the American International School of Zurich, Switzerland and is a 1972 graduate of Bowling Green State University, where she was a member of Alpha Chi Omega sorority. The bridegroom was graduated from Sylvania High School, Toledo, Ohio, and Tri-State College in Indiana, where he was a member of Kappa Sigma fraternity. The Apollo 16 mission cost American taxpayers *455 million. ; f You can\ count £ on us jVe are independent insurance agents. If you have an accident we are at your side to help ge your claim settled quickly am fairly. Rely on us for worry-fre< insurance protection for your car, home, or business. Callua.' JOE FISCHER INSURANCE 115 N. 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