Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 21, 1972 · Page 4
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 4

Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, June 21, 1972
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4 PAMPA DAILY NIWS I'AMI'A.TEXAS 66lhYRAR Wednesday.JuneJl, 1972 Miss Debra Cloyd Becomes Bride Of David L Callison Miss Debra Ann Cloyd became the bride of David Lynn Callison at 7 p.m. Saturday, May 27, in the First Christian Church of Pampa. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Cloyd, 808 N, Dwight. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. V.W. Callison of Holdenville. Okla. THECEREMONY The Rev. Ralph T. Palmer, church minister, officiated at the double-ring service. Mrs. Paul Reimer, organist, played the traditional wedding marches, as well as "More" and the theme from "Love Story." Wyatt Earp sang "We've Only Just Begun," "The Lord's Prayer," and "Twelfth of Never." Church decorations included basket arrangements of mixed Spring flowers. THE BRIDE Given in marriage by her father, with the "her mother and I" avowal, the bride wore a gown of silk organza over white crepe, styled with an empire waistline and long sheer full sleeves, ending in a ruffle at '.he wrists. The cuffs and neckline were trimmed with tiny scalloped English lace. The floor-length skirt was designed with a detachable chapel train trimmed with beaded lace, seed pearls and white satin. The gown was made by the bride's mother and Mrs. Jean Meeker. Her three-tiered veil of illusion fell from a headpiece of lace hearts, embroidered with seed pearls and accented with silk organza. She carried a bouquet of white roses and slcphanotis. For something old, she carried a lace handkerchief belonging to her great-grandmother, and she wore pearl earrings borrowed from Mrs. Earl Meeker. She wore a blue garter and placed a birthdate sixpence in her shoe. ATTENDANTS Miss Teresa Cloyd, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Pam Klein, and Miss Ann Ladies' man doesn't believe in frigid women By Abigail Van Buren [e mi M CMC** Trt*i»-N. Y. N«n Srn«., IK.) DEAR ABBY: "On the Verge" complained because his wife was "frigid." He described himself as "6 feet 2, well- built, head full of premature gray hair," etc. Then "Sleeping Alone in Virginia" came back with the perfect rebut. She said, "There are no cold women—only clumsy men." I am a man in my middle 50s, and I am far from good looking. In fact, I'm a little heavy, not very tall, and you might even call me homely, but I have been with plenty of women, and I have yet to find one that's frigid. I am not saying this to brag, but once I was with a woman I had no trouble seeing her again. It's my opinion that if a woman is "frigid," it's because the man is selfish, impatient, inconsiderate or just plain stupid. DOING ALL RIGHT DEAR DOING: You are living proof of what I have always contended. The ear is the most important organ ID love-making. If a woman hears the right things from her lover, almost everything else is incidental. And yon certainly say the right things. Mister. DEAR ABBY: In this morning's paper there was another story about a child who was lost in the mountains while camping with his family. Why does this tragedy have to occur every year? I would like to pass on a suggestion which we have used in years gone by because we, too, were a camping family. Each of us was equipped with a police whistle, which we wore around our necks. If one of us lost his direction or became separated from the others, he could just give a long toot to let us know where to look for him. Children being children, there was a lot of miscellaneous tooting at first, but after the novelty wore off, our whistles became as important to our camping trips as sleeping bags. Hopefully others can benefit from this idea. EX CAMPER DEAR EX: I'm sure many campers are aware of the toot method, but it doesn't hurt to remind those who don't. Thanks for writing. DEAR ABBY: Please tell me how to handle a problem that really upsets me. My husband [I'll call him Dick) is a wonderful person, but when we go to visit my parents he walks in the door, says "Hello," and then he sits down and doesn't say anything else the rest of the time we are there. My poor father tries so hard to make conversation with Dick, but he can't get a word out of him. Dick has always been quiet, but this is inexcusable. He says he thinks the world of my parents, so what can I do? HURT WIFE DEAR WIFE: If he "thinks the world" of your parents, it's time he broke the sound barrier. For openers, suggest that he say something about the subject that interests both of them. Sports? Politics? Current events? Books? Entertainment? The person who sits in company like a wart on a pickle is making a statement. It's either, "I have nothing to say," or, "You aren't worth talking to." DEAR ABBY: I have heard of a new father passing out cigars to celebrate the birth of a baby, but what do you think of a grandmother passing out cigars for a new grandchild? This really happened. In fact, she has done it twice already. Is it proper? WONDERING IN WELLSBORO, PA. DEAR WONDERING: I wouldn't criticize anyone for giving away anything in the spirit of joy and generosity. Problems? Trust Abby. For a personal reply, write to ABBY, BOX 69700, L. A., CALIF. MOM and enclose a flamped, addressed envelope. For Abfcy'i new booklet, "What Teen-Afers Want t» KMW." seBd fl to Abby, Box W7M, Los Angelef, Cal. GLASS REPLACEMENT for AUTO or TRUCK Pampa Glass & Paint Washington, both of Pampa. Miss Cloyd wore a floor-length A-line gown of pink dotted Swiss, and a pink picture hat trimmed in pink and white. Miss Klein wore a gown of green dotted Swiss and Miss Washington wore a gown of blue dotted Swiss, both styled like that of the maid of honor. All carried baskets of mixed Spring flowers. Julia Wofford, flower girl, wore a white dotted Swiss gown styled like that of the maid of honor. She carried a basket of mixed Spring flowers. Tom Callison of Stillwater, Okla., brother of the bridegroom, served as best man, and groomsmen were Bill Callison and Tom Rusher. Ushers were Jimmy Dale Langdon of Holdenville, Okla., and Ray Glen Cloyd of Pampa, brother of the bride. RECEPTION For the reception in the church parlor, the serving table was covered with a white satin and net cloth, centered with an arrangement of mixed Spring flowers. Crystal appointments were used. The four-tiered wedding cake, decorated with pink swans and butterflies, was topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom beneath a bell, Miss Sheri Buzzard presided at the punch bowl, and the cake was served by Mrs. O.L. Johnson and Mrs. Sharon Sneed, sister of the bridegroom. Guests were registered by Miss Mary Washington. Others in the houseparty were Mrs. James Washington, Mrs. Earl Meeker and Miss Molly Meeker. For the wedding trip to points of interest in Oklahoma, the bride wore a yellow, double-knit dress with white accessories. Her corsage was of white roses from her bridal bouquet. AFFILIATIONS The bride, a 1971 graduate of Pampa High School, attended West Texas State University, Canyon. The bridegroom was graduated from Holdenville High School in 1968 and from Oklahoma State University in May 1972, with a major in forestry. PRE-NUPTIAL EVENTS Pre-nuptial events included a surprise "pounding" shower given by the Metanet Quilting Club; a lingerie shower at WTSU by dormitory friends of the bride; and a miscellaneous shower in the First Christian Church parlor. OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Harley Longan, Mrs. Charles Longan, Marsha Longan. Philip and Jakie Longan, all of Clarendon; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Carder, Mrs. Montye Smith and Sarah, all of Amarillo; Mrs. Jack Reisener, Mrs. Larry Kaiser, Keila and Adam Kaiser, all of Eaton, Colo Each, Every Slice May Be Reveakd MR. AND MRS. DAVID LYNN CALLISON COLLKdK STATION- Kvi'r wished you could sw \vhnl a wluili 1 slice (if bacon looks like while it's in IhepfickiiHC'.' A proposed regulation by Hit 1 U.S. Department of AKi'ieulture may solve that problem for consumers. "The USDA lias proposed that windowed packages of bacon show the full width and at least 70 per cent of the length of a representative slice of bacon." said Texas A&M University foods and nutrition specialist Karen Kreipke. "This proposed change has come about because of repeated consumer complaints about bacon packages with windows showing only a small, non-representative slice of bacon." The USDA worked with Mrs. Virginia Knauer. Special Assistant to the I'resident for Consumer Affairs, in drafting this regulation which should improve bacon packaging. Miss Kreipke. employee of I lie Texas Agricultural Kxtension Service, said that if the proposal is adopted, bacon packagers would be ordered to meet new requirements within six months. This would #ve pin-knurrs a chance to use their stocks of bacon packages and adjust their packaging process to meet the new regulation." Miss Kreipke said. Consumers who want to comment on this proposed regulation should send two coptos of their statement to the Hearing Clerk. USDA. Washington. D.C. aoSSI). Comments should reach the Hearing Clerk before June 20. 1972 •So if you're a consumer who wishes to avoid buying a 'pig in a poke,' you can write and cast your vote for the proposed change in bacon packaging." the specialist said. Pampa Office Supply Co. "Everything FOR THE OFFICE" 21 IN. Cuyler 669-3353 Repack Your Cooler (6r have ui do it-no extra charge) Intilt on COOL PAD Media. Fresher, Cooler Air. Won't Shed Particles. Longer lotting- No Sag EVAPORATIVE "COOLER MEDIA Builders Plumbing Supply Co. 535 S. Cuyler FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH (CORNER OF WEST & KINGSMILL) YOUTH-LED REVIVAL HEAR THIS OUTSTANDING YOUTH TEAM SERVICES: JUNE 23, 24-8:00 P.M. 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