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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 4

Pampa, Texas
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Friday, June 23, 1972
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t BwmY NIWS TEAR Jrlday. June 23.1972 Jodie Vickery, David Whit? Exchange Vows In Lefors IRS. DAVID RAY WHITE ...nee Jodie Kay Vickery Nature Film Slated Sunday At Amarillo AMARlLLO-"The Worship of Nature," part of the "Civilisation" series produced by the British Broadcasting Corporation, will be shown at 2:30 p.m. Sunday and at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Concert Hall Theater of the Fine Arts Complex on the Amarillo College campus. The film focuses on Goethe, Wordsworth, Rousseau, Constable, and Turner, dealing with literature, philosophy, and art. The film series is being shown without admission charge, according to Thomas P. Matthews, Art Center director. Miss Jodie Kay Vickery became the bride of David Ray White at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, June 8, in the First Baptist Church of Lefors. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Vickery, 2112 Chestnut, Pampa, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R.B. White of Lefors. THECEREMONY David Dennis, Church of Christ minister, officiated for the double-ring service. Miss Dietta Hills, organist, played "More," and Mrs. Betty Hannon sang "We've Only Just Begun" and "The Lord's Prayer." The ceremony was performed before a setting of seven-branched candelabra entwined with salal foliage. Flanking the wedding party were white pedestal urns filled with arrangements of white gladioli. Family pews were marked with white satin bows. THE BRIDE Given in marriage by her father and mother, the bride wore a floor-length gown of peau de soie and re-embroidered Alencon lace, designed with a Victorian neckline, empire waistline, long Gibson-Girl sleeves and a semi-A-line skirt. The neckline, bodice and skirt were enhanced with inserts of Alencon lace, ' with the lace at the neckline embroidered with seed pearls. Her mantilla veil of imported illusion, edged with Alencon lace, fell from a Dior-Bow coif. She carried a cascade bouquet of feathered white carnations and baby's breath. ATTENDANTS Mrs. Larry Howe of Shattuck, Okla., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She was attired in a floor-length, mint-green dress styled with Victorian sleeves and collar and an empire waistline. She carried a bouquet of mint-green carnations and salal foliage. Steve Timmons of Lefors served as best man. Ushers were Jimmie Dowd of Lefors; Shane White of Pampa and Mickey White of Abilene, both cousins of the bridegroom. RECEPTION For the reception in the church's Fellowship Hall, the serving table was centered with a fall arrangement of white snapdragons and green carnations. The three-tiered cake, decorated in green and white, was topped with miniature wedding bells. Mrs. Bill Lynch of Lefors, sister of the bridegroom, presided at the punch bowl, and Miss Cheryl Lynch of Canyon, cousin of the bride, served the cake. Guests were registered by Mrs. Dennis Lambert, sister of the bridegroom. Others in the houseparty were Mmes. Bob Lynch, Jerry Fulton, C.W. James, Jack Thacker and Karen Reeves. For the wedding trip to Lake City, Colo., the bride wore a green and white suit. Her corsage was of the carnations from her bridal bouquet. The couple is at home at 600 N. Sumner, Pampa. AFFILIATIONS The bride was graduated from Pampa High School. The bridegroom, a graduate of Lefors High School, is employed by Dr. Pepper Bottling Company. Pre-nuptial events included two showers in Pampa and one in Lefors. Betty Canary By BETTYCANARY Most young mothers have dispensed with old wives' tales and prefer to go .directly to the experts for advice on children and their responses. Unfortunately, when they try reading some of this advice, they find they need an interpreter. The following translations might help; "At four weeks, the average baby does not follow a rigid schedule in his spontaneous activities and cravings." (If you're not changing diapers, you're warming a bottle for him, so forget about a full night's sleep.) "At about 16 weeks, the infant moves more deeply into his environment." (This kid has taken over the house!) "At around 40 weeks the tongue is used effectively in the management of morsels and in ejection." (He spits food at you.) "At a year he expresses satiety by gesture." (He throws his cereal bowl.) "At 18 months, his social insights are not much more brilliant than his perception of eliminative functions." (He doesn't like anybody and you're still changing diapers.) "At two years he greatly enjoys gross motor activities..." (He hits everybody.) "At three years, he is interested in the finer manipulation of play materials." (He sticks modeling clay into the toaster.) "He is, at five years, more conscious than hitherto of cultural and other differences in the two sexes." (Hide your Playboy magazine.) YOU GOTTA HAVE HEART PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa (AP) — Heart transplant pioneer Prof. Christiaan Barnard has written a book called '•Heart Attack." His former wife is in print with a volume about the breakup of their marriage titled "Heartbreak." Dr. Marius Barnard, a heart transplant surgeon like his brother, quipped in a speech here recently that he plans a book called "Heartburn." Cooling It Keep a supply of cologne or freshner in the refrigerator to cool you after a long, hot dav. Good Anytime! No extra charge! This is the phone number for Directory Assistance in any distant city. And there's no extra charge for calls to 555-1212. Suppose you want the number of someone in Denver. Just dial "1," plus the Area Code (Denver's is 303), plus 555-1212. No, you can't redeem the coupon, but the number's good anytime you want to use it. This is not a valuable coupon ( but its number is!) Southwestern Bel King Elvis Still Reigns NEW YORK (AP)-Elvis Presley, (he-first hihg-and still king-*rf rock n> roll, gave the first New York City concert of his 16-year career FfMay night to an audience of hard-core Presley fans who came to scream, listen and move to the music. Presley came on in a gold-studded white Suit with a deep V front, in which he wore a • gold scarf; a white cape lined in gold, a wide gold belt and white boots. The audience didn't care that.he was 37 or that hedyeshis prematurely gray hair jet black. He has sold more recordings, over 400 million, than any other person or group in history, and he could do no wrong. Every time he made one hand into a fist and jerked his arm like a cheerleader, there was screaming; every time he turned to the people sitting behind the stage, those fans screamed. The stage was set up at one end of the bowl-shaped 21,000-seat Madison Square Garden. Flash bulbs popped constantly. Presley went quickly from one song to another, cutting off the applause for the last one by starting another. He sang some of his own hits —51 of his single records have sold more than a million copies—and a lot of songs that were hits for other people. Most of the audience appeared to be in their teens and 20s, the same age as any rock concert audience. Presley began with the first song he ever recorded commercially, "That's All Right, Mama." Then he sang "Proud Mary," a hit for Creedence Clear water; 3 dog Night's "Never Been to Spain"; Dusty Springfield's "You Don't Have To Say You Love Me;" "You've Lost that Lovin' Feelin'." a hit by the Righteous Brothers. Then he went into "Early Elvis," which he sang even better than before, but with less pelvis action this time: "All Shook Up," "Heartbreak Hotel," "Don't Be cruel," "Love Me Tender," "Blue Suede Shoes," and the one he called "my rntt**i* **>g for tonjght," ''Hound Dog." Then he returned to more recent songs. He threw two or three scarves into the audience, causing an eruption of screams each time, and a couple of handkerchiefs with which he had mopped his face, causing more screams. A girl jOmped from the loge onto the corner of the stage beside the 20-piece orchestra backing Presley and was quickly escorted out. Presley went on a 14-city, 14-day tour last fall with all concerts sold out. He now is starting another tour, with four concerts in Madison Square Garden, the first three sold out. The fourth, on Sunday, will' probably be sold out by then. AT*" ' Beach Excitement Use your imagination When you're choosing your beach cover-ups. Gone ate the days when beach wear looked like oversized robes. Now your cover-up cart generate as much excitement as your bathing suit. Brief halter shifts, long bareback dresses, or tiny tops with matching briefs will cover you up in style. 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