Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 25, 1972 · Page 8
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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 8

Pampa, Texas
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Sunday, June 25, 1972
Page 8
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I MMPA DAIIY NIWS PAMPA. TEXAS ««(h YEAR Sunday. Jun« 25, 1972 Double-Ring Ceremony Unites Linda Jarrard, Jack W. Hall Miss Linda Kay Jarrard became the bride of Jack W. Hall at • p.m. Saturday, June 24. in the First Baptist Church of Pampa. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jarrard, 2124 N. Christy, Pampa and parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs.GradyHallof Bovina. THECEREMONY Rev. J.R, Manning of the First Baptist Church of Kermit officiated at the double-ring service. Miss Eloise Lane, organist, played traditional wedding music. Miss Cheryl Richardson sang "We've Only Just Begun" and "The Lord's Prayer." The couple was married before an altar setting of brass candelabra with citron-yellow tapers, accented with salal foliage, complemented by matching pedestal bouquets of white gladioli and large yellow chrysanthemums. Clusters of salas foliage decorated the choir rail. Family pews were marked with white pompons, salal foliage and yellow ribbon. THE BRIDE The bride was given in marriage by her father, with the "her mother and I" avowal. She wore a formal gown of silk organza over bridal taffeta, designed with an empire waistline and a Victorian neckline, highlighted with a ruffle of English net. The fitted bodice was styled with a Chantilly lace overlay forming a plastron in front and back. Seed pearls and crystal beads were embroidered on the bodice and long full sleeves that ended at the wrists in deep lace cuffs, edged with ruffles. Her A-line skirt, accented at the hemline with scalloped lace, swept to a back fullness that ended in a full chapel train. Her chapel-length veil of illusion, embroidered with lace appliques, fell from a Camelot coif of lace, embroidered with seed pearls and crystal beads. She carried a cascade bouquet of white daisy pompons, yellow sweetheart roses, and white pixie carnations. ATTENDANTS Miss Linda Browder was maid of honor, and bridesmaids •• wtre Miss Laura Childers of Slaton and Miss Patti Suttle of Del City, Oklahoma, cousin of the bride. All wore identical gowns of candlelight organza, styled with bodices of Irish lace, shallow necklines and puffed sleeves. Their softly-gathered skirts were accented by two lace pockets. A self-fabric ruffle outlined the pockets and encircled the sleeves and neckline. Their headpieces were silk flower clusters with matching shoulder-length veils. They carried Colonial nosegays of yellow carnations and daisies, accented with green leaves and yellow streamers. Angie Browder, flower girl, wore a dress similar to those of the bridesmaids, with a yellow encircling the empire waistline. Her headpiece was a band of yellow carnation, and she carried a white basket with yellow streamers. Jeff Suttle of Del City, MRS. JACK W. HALL ..nee Linda Kay Jarrard Oklahoma, cousin of the bride, was ringbearer. He carried the rings on a white satin pillow with yellow ribbon streamers. Candlelighters were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jarrard, brother and sister-in-law of the bride. Mrs. Jarrard wore the same ensemble as the bridesmaids. Serving as best man was Grady Steve Sherrill of Bovina, and groomsmen were Roy Mayhew of Gruver, cousin of the bridegroom, and Gerry Mailman of Lubbock. Ushers were Grady James of Ponca City, Oklahoma, and Greg Suttle of Del City Oklahoma, both cousins of the bride. Honorary guests of the bride, members of Alpha Delta Pi sorority at West Texas State University, wore floor-length azure-blue gowns. MOTHERS The bride's mother was attired in a floor-length sleeveless gown of crystal-pleated chiffon designed with a V-neckline and a lemon-yellow satin ribbon encircling the waistline. She wore a matching bolero jacket of Chantilly lace, designed with long sheet sleeves tapering to scallops at the wrists. Her corsage was of cymbidium orchids. The bridegroom's mother wore a floor-length gown of blue peau de soie, styled with a back bow and streamers. Her corsage was of cymbidium orchids. RECEPTION For the reception in the church parlor, the serving table was covered with a white satin cloth featuring a yellow satin drape, caught at each corner with three yellow satin roses. The centerpiece was a silver candelabra with white tapers and decorated with white Fuji! chrysanthemums, roses and yellow carnations. Sprengerii fern garlanded the cake and punchbowl. The Lady Windemere cake, designed with four revolving tiers at the bottom with three tiers above, was decorated with sweet peas and yellow roses and topped with cherubs on a Grecian pillar. Mrs. Lonnie Chunn of Boerne served the cake, and Mrs. Tommy Ivey of Amarillo presided at the punch bowl. Guests were registered by Miss Debbi Chafin. For the wedding trip to Red River, N.M., the bride wore a sleeveless dress with a blue bodice and white pleated skirt and white accessories. Her corsage was of the yellow roses from her bridal bouquet. The couple wit be at home at 2101 First Avenue, No. 11, Canyon. AFFILIATIONS The bride, a 1970 graduate of Pampa High School, is attending West Texas State University, Canyon, where she is majoring in physical therapy. The bridegroom, a 1970 graduate of Bovina High School, is attending WTSU, also, majoring in accounting. He is employed by Robert's Welding in Canyon PRE-NUPTIAL EVENTS Pre-nuptial events included a kitchen shower in Canyon hosted by Linda Browder, Mrs. Cassie Ivey, Kristie Berry, Bettie Boydstun, Mrs. Charles Browder, and Mrs. George Mitten. A miscellaneous shower at the First Baptist Church, Pampa, was hosted by Mmes. Bill Chafin, Blake Laramore, Doyle Beckham, William Moore, Rue Hestand, Lonnie Richardson, B.M. McMullan and Harry Allen. OUT-OF-TOWN GUESTS Out-of-Town guests included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Suttle and Kenneth of Ardmore, Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Suttle, Jeff, Greg and Patti, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jarrard, all of Del City, Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Wilson and Grady James, all of Ponca City, Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Suttle and Paul of Lawton, Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Baker of Norman, Oklahoma; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jones, Mrs. Mildred Woodward, Mrs. Jessie Reed, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Ivey, all of Amarillo; Mr. and Mrs Grady Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whitten and,Bret, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Sherrill, Steve, Terry, Patty and Wendy, all of Bovina. Also Mr. and Mrs. D.A. Hall, Kenny and Jimmy, S-Sgt. and Mrs. Leonard Burnett, all of Abilene; Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Ridsdale.Cheryl and Greg, of Cedar Crest, N.M.; Rev. and Mrs. J.R. Manning of Kermit; Mr. and Mrs. Art Roberts of Canyon; Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Chunn of Boerne; Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Mayhew, Roy and Gill, of Gruver; and Mrs. W.R. Chafin of Cleburne. ( Hedgecoke-Hood Nuptmh Are Solemnized Saturday San Antonio's famed Alamo gets its name from the Spanish word for a cottonwood tree that once grew there. Miss Sandra Diane Hedgecoke and Daniel Arthur Hood were united in marriage at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 24, in the First Christian Church of Pampa. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Erickson, »M Barnard, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack R. Hood, 2398 Duncan. The Ceremony Rev. M. B. Smith of Pampa, pastor of the Alanreed Baptist Church, officiated at the double-ring ceremony. Jerry Whitten, organist, played "Processional Hymn with Fanfare," for the processional, and "Psalm 19," by Benedetto Marcello, as the recessional. Miss Sharon Bruce sang "Thanks Be To God" and "Wedding Prayer." The church was decorated with two pair of seven-branched candelabra, entwined with salal foliage, flanked by two large arrangements of yellow gladioli and white mums. Family pews were marked with yellow satin bows. During the processional, the bride presented a yellow rose to her mother; and following the pledging ot the nupital vows, she presented a yellow rose to the bridegroom's mother. The Bride The bride was given in marriage by her father, with the "her mother and I" avowal. She was attired in a gown of white silk organza over bridal satin, styled with an empire waistline, scooped neckline and A-line skirt.The long full sleeves and bodice of silk organza were embroidered with a lily-of-the-valley motif, and the sleeves and waistline were accented with satin ribbon and seed pearls. Her three-tiered full-length veil of silk illusion, edged in lace, extended into a chapel train. She carried a cascade bouquet of yellow roses and stephanotis over a white Bible. For something old and borrowed, she wore a strand of pearls belonging to her great-gramdmother, and she wore a blue garter. In her shoe, she placed three pennies, one for her birthyear, one for the bridegroom's birthyear and one for their wedding year. Attendants Miss Debbie Adkins was maid of honor. She wore a floor-length gown of gold Panama crepe, styled with an empire waistline and puffed sleeves of matching chiffon. The gown was trimmed with white lace through which matching chiffon was woven. Bridesmaids were Miss just arrived beautiful new 'dacron' fall travelers by ^Bentley's Only the sun is more accurate. Without a tick-lock, without a hum, the GP Quartz movement delivers accuracy to within one minute a year... and without a moment's care. It goes on and on and on without winding, without the usual maintenance expected of an ordinary watch movement, other than a simple, inexpensive power cell yearly replacement. It is sensibly thin and amazingly rugged. Assorted models in stainless steel, gold-toned cases with stainless steel backs; also in 18K gold. Water and shock-resistant, of course. All styles available with leather straps or matching bracelets. P Quartz watches start at $250. ]|RARD PERfUGAUX FINE WATCHES SINCE Gold-toned case, stainless steel back. ather strap (310 , with matching McCarley's Jewelry Store E &J f ____ I^_ * 4.4.K ia<«4 106 N. CuyUr 665 3933 this very popular group now in gorgeous fall colors of Indian red, granada teal, plus the most wanted of all white, to wear for any occasion, perfect for work or travel, just rinse at night, hang to dry and it's ready to wear the next morning, just ask the person who wears talbott dacrons. you're hooked once you try them, sizes 8 to 18 we have only three of this beautiful group, and you can select from at least 10-different styles by talbott. MRS. DANIEL ARTHUR HOOD ...nee Sandra Diane Hedgecoke Kathy Gallman and Miss Susan pillow trimmed with lace and yellow ribbon tied in loveknots. Stumpf, with Randie Hedgecoke, sister of the bride, and Deann Benton of Denton, cousin of the bridegroom, as junior bridesmaids. All wore identical gowns of yellow Panama crepe, styled like that of the maid of honor. All the bridal attendants wore headpieces of white split carnations, and carried nosegays of white split- carnations accented with yellof streamers. '• Michelle Wallace, flower girl, wore a floor-length white dress highlighted with floor-length yellow ribbon streamers. She carried a white wicker basket, decorated with yellow ribbon. Darwynn Nail, ringbearer, carried the rings on a satin Mickey Sims of Pampa served as best man, and groomsmen were Jim Hood of Pampa, brother of the bridegroom; Bill Benton of Denton, cousin of the bridegroom; Rick Harris and Steve Morgan, both of Pampa. Ushers were Randy Sims, Gary Haynes, Larry Knutson Jeff Hogan and Loren Rice. Both mothers wore navy blue tailored suits with corsages of white gladioli. Reception For the reception in the church parlor, the serving table was covered with lace cloth that was used at the 50th wedding anniversary of the < This bridegroom's great-grandparents. The centerpiece was a tall, five-branched silver candelabra, with a floral arrangement of yellow and white pompons. The three-tiered wedding cake, decorated with yellow roses and sweet peas, was topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. Miss Sandra Sims and Miss Karen Carey presided at the punch bowl and coffee service, and Miss Nancy Dingus served the cake. Guests were registered by Miss Debra Reimer. For the wedding trip to Amarillo, the bride wore a red and white pant suit, with white accessories. Her corsage was of white glamelia. The couple will be at home at 1100 Mary Ellen until August IS, when they will move to W8-B Old College Road, College Station. Affiliations The bride, a 1971 graduate of Pampa High School, attended Blinn College, where she was a member of Phi Theta Kappa and was on the dean's list. The bridegroom, valedictorian of the 1971 Pampa High School graduating class, attends Texas A & M, where is a member of Phi Eta Sigma and where he is listed as a distinguished student. He is employed by Sure-Crow Irrigation Company. Both will enroll in the Fall as sophomore students at Texas A&M. The bride is majoring in education and the bridegroom is a physics major. Pre-Nuptial Events Pre-nuptial events included a shower in the Hospitality Room of Citizen's Bank, hosted by Miss Susan Stumpf, Miss Debbie Adkins, Mrs. Wayne Steddum, Mrs. Herb Coker, Mrs. R. 0. Johnson, Mrs. Rudy Taylor, Mrs. T. W. Williams, Mrs. Bryant Nail, Mrs William Roberts, Mrs. Bill Abernathy and Mrs. Dale Haynes. A rice-bag party was given by Miss Kathy Gallman in her home. The rehearsal dinner, in the Starlight Room, Coronado Inn, was hosted by Mr. and Mrs. • W. E. Hood, grandparents of the bridegroom. ' Out-of-Town Guests Out-of-town guest included Mr. and Mrs. John E. Hart of Clayton, N. M.; Mrs. Dorothy Stifle of Phillips; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hood of Erick, Okla.; Mrs. Bob Benton of Denton; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hood Jr. of Oklahoma City, Okla. Singer Cuts the Cost off Sewing Two Ways 1. Polyester Doubteknits Sate 1-to-5yd.Lengths per yd Reg S 3.99& J 4.99 Singer cuts the tola] cost of sewing with this special buy. AMfirst quality of polyester doubieknits...1 to 5 yards in yarn dyed jacquards and crepes. Machine washable! 58/60" width. NMlHtttofktMtUltOfM. aa ^L?B^M^lH^^iM *^P] Sewing Machine Only Simplicity Pattern 6035 Incredible at the price: a sew- easy machine with straight, forward, reverse-and zig-zag stitches. And a simple stitch-length lever too. Foot control included. Credit? Singer has a credit plan to fit your budget.

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