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June 18, 1972

Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 11

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Jo Ellen Duncan Marries Kenneth A. Dent Saturday PAMPA. TEXAS Jfff/H June ,8, I«« Hospital patient cool to unwelcome visitors By Abigail Van Buran W 101 tf CMtMl TMftMt-fl. V. MfVl flVM.r NK.1 DEAR ABBY: My husband had surgery recently, and while he was still out of it, some relatives he never sees otherwise came to the hospital to visit him. Abby, please tell your readers that the last thing a person needs or wants when he's had surgery is company! I have had surgery and I know what it's like to have some idiot sit by your bed and talk to you all afternoon under the mistaken notion that you need "cheering up." I have even seen rooms with "NO VISITORS" signs on the doors, but little groups of people "sneak in" for a few minutes because they think they are so special that the patient needs only to see them to be happy. What in the world is the matter with those creeps who think they are the exceptions? All a patient wants is to be left alone. [Some don't even want their best friends around when they're feeling rotten.] BEEN THERE . DEAR BEEN: Your letter will do more for some port- surgical patients than a "NO VISITORS" sign. Thanks for writing. DEAR ABBY: My husband wants two funeral services when he dies. One in his home town and one in the city which he is now living. He says he has about an equal number of friends in both places, and he's probably right. I say one funeral is enough, don't you? CRAZY MAN'S WIFE DEAR WIFE: According to fome. one funeral It one too many. Read this: DEAR ABBY: A very sensible woman wrote to say that she did not want to attend her own funeral. She has the right idea, but the wrong exit. I carry one small card which states that I have donated my eyes to the eye bank, my kidneys to the Kidney Foundation, and the rest of me goes to the State University Hospital for research. [There will be enough left of me to "say a prayer over" for a religious service.] I am not a rich man, and this is the only way I can leave something of value to my fellowman. My wishes are legal and binding, and no judge and no court and none of my heirs can change it. Just knowing that a sightless person will one day see thru my eyes, or that my kidneys will prolong the lives of two others gives me great pleasure. These gifts cannot be taxed, dissipated or sold to the highest bidder. How selfish can a person be to take perfectly useful organs to his grave! STURGIS, MICHIGAN DEAR STURGIS: Right on! One telephone call to your lawyer, doctor or the Medical School of your. State University will do It, ; -rt,, ; , •••.., J j il ,.--,i, li , l/ . : ..... ; ,.; .. DEAR ABBY: Enclosed is an invitation to a Bar Mitzvah. [A Bar Mitzvah officially marks a Jewish boy's entry into the adult male community, traditionally at age 13.] This message seems so appropriate to all teen-agers, I thought perhaps you'd like to share it with your readers. HOW TO MAKE A BAR MITZVAH Take one son. . . . Carefully measure equal amount of parental guidance and benign neglect. Add unknown quantities of peer influence and sibling rivalry. Butter up occasionally, coddle regularly, beat rarely and watch closely. Sprinkle with liberal amounts of Judaism. Simmer slowly without either of you boiling over. Do not baste, but on occasion allow to stew in his own juices. Let him rise to his full height, while keeping the lid on. After 13 years, hope that he is warm, mature, and well-seasoned. Cover with an appropriate dressing. Serve proudly to friends and family. P. S. The above was written by the boy's father, a Binghamton, N. Y. physician. A FAN Problem? Tnit Abby. For a personal reply, write to ABBY, BOX WM, L. A., CALIF. MM wl CMtotf a Sfeoufe Register For Established Camp The marriage of Miss Jo Ellen Duncan and Kenneth Arthur Dent was solemnized at 5 p.m. Saturday, June 17, in a double-ring ceremony at St. Leanders Catholic Church, Pueblo, Colo. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Duncan, 2229 Charles, Pampa. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Dent of Pueblo. THE CEREMONY The Rev. Eugene Arthur, S.J., uncle of the bridegroom, officiated at the nuptial mass. Michael Beck, organist, played traditional wedding marches. Robert Welborn, cousin of the bride, sang "Let It Be Me." "A Time For Us," "I Believe," "Bless This House," "Wedding Prayer," and "The Lord's Prayer." Church decorations included arrangements of blue daisy mums and white gladioli, and white tapers in candelabra, entwined with greenery tied with white bows. Pews were marked with white bows. THE BRIDE Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a gown of imported Venice lace, designed with a high neckline, Gibson girl sleeves, and an empire waistline. The ftoor-length skirt was fashioned with a detachable chapel train. Her finger-tip veil of illusion fell from a lace headpiece. She carried a bouquet of white roses and baby's breath, tied with white lace streamers, over a white Bible covered with satin and trimmed in lace. ATTENDANTS Mrs. Michael Balch, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a floor-length gown of powder-blue, silver-luster nylon jersey, styled with an empire waistline, trimmed with white lace, and Gibson Girl sleeves. She carried a Colonial bouquet of blue and white daisy mums and baby's breath. Tommy Dent of Pueblo, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Ushers were Rallond Dent, Jimmy Dent, and Danny Dent, all brothers of the bridegroom. Misses Robin and Lisa Micheli of Littleton, Colo., nieces of the bride, were candlelighters. Servers were Randy Dent and Bryan Dent, both brothers of the bridegroom. RECEPTION For the reception in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mayber of Pueblo, the serving table was covered with a net cloth, edged in velvet, over white satin. The net cloth was decorated with beaded wedding bells tied with velvet ribbon. The centerpiece was an arrangement of blue and white daisy mums and leather leaf. The four-tiered wedding cake, with layers divided by columns, was topped with satin bells and lily-of-the-valley and flanked by candelabra. Mrs. Chuck Hackworth presided at the crystal punch bowl, and Mrs. Barry Blocher presided at the silver coffee service. The cake was served by Mrs. John Villani and Mrs. Judy Owen. Guests were registered by Mrs. Robert Welborn. Others in the house party were Mrs. Jim Strovas and Miss Ellen Mayber. For the wedding trip through northern Colorado, the bride wore a navy blue and pink knit dress. Her corsage was of the white roses from her bridal bouquet. The couple will be at home at 1601 Lexington, Pueblo, Colo. AFFILIATIONS The bride was graduated from Pampa High School and MRS. KENNETH ARTHUR DENT ...nee Jo Ellen Duncan Guests Attend Miami Wedding For Abky'o ww booklet, "What Tee»A|trt Wait to KMW," sort II to Abfcy, Boi «7M, Uo Anfolos. Cat. M*. MIAMI (Spl.) -Out-of-town guests attending the Philpott-Bryant wedding in Miami were Messrs, and Mmes. Dewey Palmitier, Johnny Morrison, Bennie Holland and Marsha, Paul Adair and Kerry, all of Pampa; Mr. and Mrs. John Cunningham of Henrietta; flcUUVQ sets Just arrived! yes in diamond solitaire : rom Zales designers /2 carat from $ 375 73 carat from $ 225 ;. % carat from '110 % carat from $ 350 ZALES DIAMOND VALUE GUARANTEE: For size. cut. quality and billllance. your IZalei Diamond li the flnett In Its price range. If, within sixty days from date of purchase, you find a better diamond value for the price, return your Zales purchase for a full refund. CORONADO CENTER McMurry College, Abilene. She is employed by the Pueblo School system. The bridegroom was graduated from Roncalli High School, Pueblo, Colo., and attended Southern Colorado State College. He is employed as assistant manager of Enco Service Center, Pueblo. PRE-NUPTIAL EVENTS Pre-nuptial events included a shower in Pampa, hosted by Mmes. Bill Mackey, Bill Harwood, Jere Sanders, Frank Anderson, Bill Eads, W.R. Nabors,. Wendell Watson and Jack Benton. The bride was feted with a lingerie shower in Pueblo by Mmes Chuck Hackworth, Barry Blocher, John Viliani, Kenneth Dent and Jirh Rikhoff. A kitchen shower in Pueb|o was hosted by Mrs. Gilbert Green, Miss Becky Mowry and Miss Sandy Hanson. OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. W.W. Duncan, and Dale, of Odessa; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Strovas of Greeley, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Micheii, Robin, Lisa and Allison, Mrs. Mildred Micheli, all of Littleton, Colo.; Mr. and' Mrs. J.H. Meglasson of Portland, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. S.E. Waters, Mrs. Hazel Poston, all of Pampa; Miss Marilyn Mitchell of San Antonio; and Mrs. W.W. Duncan of Winters. Tex. Registration for established camp at the Girl Scout Camp Cibola, near Clarendon, is now underway, Miss Celia Fowler, executive director of the Quivira Council, has announced. Session I is slated for July 9-15: Session II, July 16-22; and Session III, July 23-29. A special 12-day session will be offered this year, Session IV, July 9-22. Junior, Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts are eligible to attend Camp Cibola, as well as non-Scouts who have completed the third grade. Cost for the one-week sessions is 122.50 for Quivira Council Scouts, and $27.50 for non-Scouts or non-council Scouts. Registration is being taken at the Girl Scout office, City Hall, or Scouts may mail their registration to Box 459, Pamp«. "The sessions are filling rapidly, and girls should register immediately to be certain of a place at camp," Miss Fowler stated. "Final deadline for registration is June 26, and none will be accepted after that date." During the camp sessions, girls will live in a tent, swim in the camp pool, cook in a Dutch oven, sleep under the stars. FREE.. Kodak Film Color & Black & White with each roll finished 126-127-120-620 with 8 prints or more B & B PHARMACY Bollard at Browning FROM AMERICA'S FINEST MILLS.. AMERICA'S GREATEST SAVINGS! Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bryant of Borger; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morrison and Brad of Dumas; Mrs. Lewis Holland and Wesley of Booker; Frank D. Walker of Wheeler; Douglas Airhart of Madison, Wis.; Miss Tammy Benge of Canadian; and Miss JeriEllsey of Odessa. Five convenient ways to buy: Zales Revolving Charge • Zales Custom Charge • BankAmericard • Master Charge • Layaway ACRYLIC KNITS 100% acrylic knits, washable, gorgeous splashy vibrant color prints. On bolts, 45" wide. Machine wash and dry. The most wanted fabric. So save, save!! $ 1 99 YD. PRINTS A tremendous selection of colors. 65% polyester I 35% cotton. 45" wide, permanent press in beautiful splashy prints. DUCKS Excellent for those summer outings! 100% cotton, 45" wide, machine wash and dry. In styles of geometries fancies and florals. 99 BETTER QUALITY DOUBLE YD. DRAPERY A beautiful assortment of drapery fabric. Antique satins, dacron sheers and many more. 45" wide. So save save! 39 YD. - COTTOII^ PRINTS CM! 100% cotton. Summer styles for shirts and dresses 45* wide, machine wash and dry. Permanent press. 991 Fancy multi-colored yarn dyed jacquards and menswear - manish look. 60" wide, first quality, machine wash and of course on bolts. The savings are tremendous and so are the savings. Come in and save. Sew up a pair of summer dungarees. 100% cotton, exciting patterns and solids, 45" wide, on bolts. $ 1 59 YD. KNITS Summer special on that "Ribbed Leofc" fabric. 90% arnel triacetate, 10% nylon. Machine wash and dry in easy care fabric. 54" wide. $159 I Yd TRIPLE KNITS An outstanding selection of knits - acetates, acetates and nylons, and soft and silky jersey knits. 45" wide, washable, designer lenghts. WWW» •^•^'••••T" <• OTM^H PEARLS BEADS Unbelievable savings in 9 mm simulated pearls in a wide selection of spring fashion colors. Make rings, necklaces, ASSORTED LACES& TRIMS Accent yair fabric with laces and trims in assorted widths. High fashion colors in a great selection. Save. Save!! ASSORTED APPLIQUES Sew on appliques in your choice of themes: nautical, fruits, signs and all the modern themes. Stock up now. fabnflc 1329 North Hobart FABRIC CENTERS Open Daily 9 a.m. to 7 p.m Thursday Night Till 8 p.m. PAMPA, TEXAS

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