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Report Slated By Republican Women's Club Mrs. Scott Nisbett, president of the top 0' Texas Republican Women's Club has announced a meeting will be held at «:45 a.m. Thursday in the home of Mrs. Jones Seitz, 411 Linda Drive, to hear reports on the state Republican convention, held last week in Galveston. Keynote speaker was Secretary of Agriculture Earl Butt, introduced by US Representative Bob Price. Others attending the convention were US Senator John Tower and Senator Henry Graver, the party's gubernatorial candidate. Members of the TOTRWC attending were Mrs. Nlsbet, Mrs. John McKnerney, Mrs. James Brown, Mrs. Joe B, Curtis, Mrs. Julian Key, Mrs. Hugh Burdette and Mrs. Quentin Williams. Other Pampans attending were Dr. Julian Key, James Brown, Joe B. Curtis, John McKnerney, Quentin Williams, Warren Fatheree, Joe Gordon, George B. Cree Jr., and Mrs. Horace Watkins. Representative Bob Price was elected as a delegate to the National Republican Your Horoscope By jf«m« Difton Convention in Miami. George B. Cree Jr. of Pampa was elected 13th Congressional District Elector. Protein for Lashes Expensive mascaras camt out with conditioning mascara with protein. But now it's filtered down to the less expensive lines. This rich formula mascara makes your lashes look longer and thicker while conditioning them. Popular Pants Pants, which may run second to dresses in popularity this season, are high-walsted, longer, wider and have tiny cuffs on them. WIN AT BRIDGE Club News LOTA POUNDSOFF TOPSCLUB Tops Club, Chapter TX Ml, met in the Central Baptist Church with 12 members present. The fruit basket was awarded to Mrs. Clinton Crow, who aim won the "ha-ha" jar and was named angel of the .week. The pig went to Mrs. Leon Brown. A total loss of 4'/4 Ibs was reported for the week. Club members voted to have telephone pals. Mrs. Crow was named queen of the month. A total club loss for the month of 22 Ibs. was reported. Lip Saver Lip gloss, whether you prefer clear or tinted, is great protection against the sun and extreme heat. PAMPA, TEX AS «6th YEAR DAILY NIWS , 3 Wednesday, June 21. 1972 Wrong Contract Makes THURSDAY, JUNE 22 Your birthday today: The coming year is as smooth as you will let It be—with normal growth, healthy adjustment, deeper and less visible emotional intensity. Your tendency is more toward doing things than talking about them. Today's natives take life seriously and frequently have some special interest in unusual subjects. Ariel [March 21-April II]: Wherever you can get something into its final stage, this is the day to do it and get in the clear. Pay no attention to rumors. fauras [April 2tMay Ml: Treat the day and Us doings as if it were an extra holiday. See regular work as an old familiar game, rather than something burdensome. Gemini (May ZJ-June 20]: Distraction hinders your work unless you focus on interesting phases of what is going on. You might get special attention from people you've not noticed. Cancer [June 21-July 22]: Enter yourself into a self-improvement system. Swear off any bad habits, something that brings you out of the rut you've been in. Leo [July 23-Aug. 22]: The institutions of your way of life demand attention, the moat plausible being your home and the way it's organized. Changes may be overdue. Virgo (Aug. 2J-Sepi. 221: Communications smooth out; it's time to say the nice things you've been thinking, be less critical. Share in an open exchange of information. Libra [Sept. 23-Oet. Ml: Common sense prevails where you give it a chance. You're past a turning point, keep going. A full, active day brings satisfaction. Scorpio [Oct. 23-Nov. 21J: The firmness of your determination is your main limiting factor. Simple explanations help, can't really be skipped. Sagittarius [Nov. 22-Dec. 21]: Discipline yourself to keep what you've learned lately confidential; not everybody understands them, or how they fit in. Use what you know. Capricorn [Dec. 22-J a n. 19]: Partnership brings both chores and benefits. Being busy early and late only makes them more rewarding. Bring a surprise home. Aquarius [Jan. 20-Feb. 18]: There's a tremendous premium on being a good listener, little to gain by boasting. Temptations toward idleness exist but can be conquered. Pisces [Feb. It-March 20]: You'll be proud of your diligence as the wonder and curiosity of today take you on to deeper knowledge. Find a time for prayer. NORTH AA642 * AQJ!> • J(i 4974 WEST EAST AJ973 *Q8 IK • 1098. r > •Q7432 *A83 +QJ105 SOUTH (D) * K 10 5 VK10862 • AK + K62 North-South vulnerable West North Easl South 1N.T. Pass 2 V Pass Pass 2* 4V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—• 10 By Oswald & James Jacoby The requirements for an opening no-trump are 16-18 high card points, stoppers in at least three suits and no- trump in shape. This last means that your distribution must be 4-3-3-3; 4-4-3-2 or 5-3-3-2. When a hand meets all these requirements we open one no-trump even though we have a five-card major suit. It makes no difference in the final contract this time. North uses a Stayman two clubs to see if South has a four or five card major suit and raises to four hearts after South's heart rebid. Strangely enough, no- trump is a better contract since there are nine top tricks, but four hearts will make provided South plays carefully. He sees an almost sure spade loser and three possi- ble club losers. He should play to keep East out of the lead while trying to set up dummy's fourth spade. He draws trumps with two leads, stopping in dummy; leads a low spade and plays Senrf J7 for JACOBY MODfHN book to: "Win at Bridge," (c/o thii news- fOfti), P.O. Bo* 4*9, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. his 10. West wins and leads a second diamond. Now South cashes his king of spades; leads a spade to dummy's ace and notes that East shows out. There is no need to worry about bad luck at this stage of the proceedings. Luck has not really been bad. All South has to do is to lead dummy's last spade and discard one of his own clubs. West will take that trick and will have to lead a diamond to give South a ruff and discard or play a club to South's king. South's 10 tricks are home. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) WHITE STORES. INC. Ann! versarj *»-;.7 I Convenient ^ Credit Plans! Utm Our RANGER 2O" ROTARY tit MNGII fOWII IOUIPMIN1 IS AUIMIUD, 11IVICIB. 1 DillVIIIO (III! Briggs & Stratton Engine • Dig Powerful. .1 HP. 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Hobart«669-3268 rough Fiber Filler Large 16" x 33" Heavy Duly SAE 20 or 30 Weight 22% OFF Havolini MOTOR OIL Nichols-Johnson Vows Said In Catholic Servwe The bidding has been: West North Easl South 1* Pass 1 A Pass ? You, South, hold: AAKK54 V.A2 • .1 *AKC>54 What do you do now'.' A—Bid two spades. You must force now. TODAY'S QUESTION You bid two spades and your partner goes to two no-lnmip. What do you do now? Answer Monday Miss Rose Ann Nichols and Christopher Anthony Johnson were united in marriage at 6:30 p.m. Friday, June 2, in St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Ms. M.T. Nichols, Ml Plains, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert E. Johnson, 517 Doucette. THECEREMONY The Rev. Francis J. Hynes, C.M., officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Mrs. Jack Edwards Sr., organist, played the theme from "Love Story," and the traditional wedding marches. Church decorations include candelabra, entwined with green lemon leaves and accented with peach and white gladioli. THE BRIDE Given in marriage by her father and mother, the bride wore a formal gown of white satin and lace. The satin bodice was styled with an empire waistline, a lace Mandarin collar and long lace sleeves, embroidered with beads that came to petal points over her hands. The satin skirt, edged with a lace band embroidered with seed pearls, was fashioned with a detachable chapel train accented at the back with a large satin bow and long streamers. The train was edged with a band of scalloped lace, embroidered with seed pearls. Her gown was made by her mother. Her waist-length veil of bridal illusion, borrowed from her sister, fell from a headpiece of white flowers and satin. Her bouquet was of miniature white carnations. ATTENDANTS Miss Peggy Sue Nichols was maid of honor and Miss Viola Marie Parsley was bridesmaid. Both wore floor-length gowns of shrimp satin, styled with chiffon sleeves ending in satin ruffles, and a ruffled collar. when you buy 3 ot our everyday low, low price > MACrfC J 4+2 "SAFCTY-GLAS" SliHliie White wills Both carried bouquets of white carnations. Nlta Graham was flower girl and Dean Graham was ringbearer. Candlelighters were Steve and David Edwards. Jack Edwards Jr. served as best man, and Mike Jennings was groomsman. Ushers were Randy Sims and Robert Ebenkamp. RECEPTION For the reception in the Flame Room of Pioneer Natural Gas building, the serving table was covered with a white lace cloth. The three-tiered wedding cake, decorated with shrimp-colored roses drifting over the sides of the cake, was topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. Presiding at the punch bowl and coffee service were Miss Viola Marie Parsley and Mrs. Lonnie Parsley. Miss Peggy Sue Nichols served the cake. Guests were registered by Miss Kathy Parsley. For the wedding trip to Amarillo, the bride wore a peach-colored knit dress. Her corsage was of the white miniature carnations from her bridal bouquet. The couple is at home at 325 Miami, Pampa. AFFILIATIONS The bride, a 1970 graduate of Pampa High School, is employed by Marie Foundations. The bridegroom, a 1972 graduate of Pampa High School, is employed at Piggly Wiggly Food Store. PRE-NUPTIAL EVENTS Pre-nuptial events included a shower hosted by Mmes. Archie Fugate, Jack Edwards Sr., Jim Maher, Clifford Pulse, Larry Parsley and Mardell McKendree. OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Bert Berres, Maydene and Carol Lee, all of Groom; Mr. and Mrs. Burdette MRS. CHRISTOPHER ANTHONY JOHNSON ...nee Ann Nichols Berres and David Berres, all of New Iberia, La.; Thelma Lubbock; Mrs. Randy Holley of Johnson of Borger; Mrs. Larry Slaton; Josephine Lack of Parsley and JoAnn of White Joplin, Mo.; Gladys Heard of Deer. Summertime is saving time at Penneys. So hurry in. 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