Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on June 25, 1972 · Page 11
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June 25, 1972

Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 11

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WIN AT BRIDGE Avoids Finesse—Overtrick! NORTH 5 *A74 VA32 • 865 AKJ62 WEST EAST AQJ109 483 VJ8 VQ10765 • 1094 •QJ73 410854 *Q9 SOUTH (D) AK652 VK94 • AK2 AA73 None vulnerable West North East South 1N.T. Pass 3 NT. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—A Q I5y Oswald & James Jacoby South let West hold the first spade as a matter of good practice. He had to lose a spade trick some time or other and might as well lose it right away. He won the second spade lead in dummy and then asked himself the question, "How can I make this hand?" He could count eight tricks in aces and kings. The best chance for his ninth was the jack of clubs and at first glance a club finesse seemed indicated. A second look told him that if West held the club queen he would still be sure of three club tricks by playing the king, then the ace and finally leading toward the jack and that this play would guard against the chance that East held just queen and one club. South played the king and ' ace and sure enough the queen dropped. South was sure of his contract and now decided to try for more. He led out the ace and king of diamonds and continued the suit after ev- Senrf $/ lor JACOBY MODERN book (o. "Win of Bridge," (do this newspaper;, P.O. Box 489, Rodio Cify Sfotion, New York, N.Y. 10019. eryone followed. His contract was still safe. East took his jack of diamonds and without a moment's hesitation pro- ceeded to cash the queen.. Then he led a heart. West wasn't at all happy about this turn of events. He discarded a heart on the fourth diamond but when South, who had discarded hearts from both hands on the last diamond, proceeded to cash a second heart. West was squee/ed out of either a club or a spade and South had picked up an overtrick. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) MRS. JEFFREY BRENT MAYFIELD ...nee Rebecca Faye Scribner Scribner-Mayfield Vows Are Pledged SUMMER WEAR SHORT JUMP SUIT WITH SEPARATE DRESS LENGTH SKIRT 100% POLYESTER-REG M8.00 LADIES SHELL"' 9 ' 659 Wedding vows were exchanged at 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 20, in the Barrett Baptist Church, Pampa, by Miss Rebecca Faye Scribner and Jeffrey Brent Mayfield. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T.M. Scribner, 309 Miami, and the bridegroom is the son of Verlon Mayfield of Shamrock and Mrs. Lorna Mayfield of Eagle Butte.S.D. • THECEREMONY Miss Glenna Hudgins sang "The Wedding Song" and "Twelfth of Never," accompanied by Miss Linda Reed. Miss Kathy Burns was organist. Rev. A.E. Burns, pastor of the Highland Baptist Church, Pampa, officiated for the ceremony. THE BRIDE The bride, given in marriage by her father, with the "her mother and I" avowal, wore a street-length peach knit dress with white accessories. She carried a bouquet of multi-colored flowers. ATTENDANTS Mrs. Helen Scribner, sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor. Mrs. Jeri Lynn Dupris, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. Johnny Kenner served as bestman, and Larry Dupris, brother of the bridegroom, was groomsman. Ushers were Myron Scribner and Billy Scribner, brothers of Uip bride. Miss Carleen Moyer, cousin of the bride, was flower girl, and Chris Harper, another cousin of the bride, served as ringbearer. The bride's mother wore a pink knit dress, with white accessories. RECEPTION For the wedding reception in the home of the bride's parents, the serving table was covered with a beige lace cloth, centered with an arrangement of yellow daisies. The two-tiered cake was topped by the traditional miniature bride and bridegroom. Mrs. R.L. Powell and Mrs. Ann Moyer assisted at the punch service. Mrs. S.J. Powell and Mrs. R.C. Josh served the cake. Guests were registered by Miss Kathy Watson. The couple will be at home at 1517 Dogwood, Pampa. The bridegroom is employed by Western Pork Producers. Anne Bonney was an 18th century pirate who terrorized the coast of Jamaica. After her capture, she escaped hanging by claiming to be pregnant. SLEEVLESS BLOUSES COLORFUL PERMANENT PRESS-EMBROIDERED TRIM $500 Reg '7.50 DOUBLE KNIT SLACKS (ONE GROUP) $COO SWIM WEAR l/ 9 OFF ONE I* ONE GROUP 119 W. KINGSMIIL 665-2042 ON'S FASHIONS Iced Drink Spoons IN SOLID STAINLESS byONEIDA , J\W tjthmi Jw A TRIBUTE... TO OUR , POLICEMEN! , By BILL DOWNS '^ The uniformed man who walks his beat, ever ready to combat lurking danger, is an officer of the city, working for you. All through the stillness of the night...when homes are dark and stealth is on the prowl...your watchful Policeman is going his rounds. Smiling, rosy- cheeked, a mountain of security clad in blue, he shepherds the little children across the street. He is their laughing pal, on occasion...and who of us would have it any other way! So let's be considerate and really warmhearted toward our fina officers. The Policeman, please remember, is one of our most dependable citizens! W* Salut* Our Town! 57 Coronado Center North of Dunlaps Hun* 6*«-244) Set of 4 ICED DRINK SPOONS Community* Stainless Add that touch ol good taste to your summer entertaining with tall, tapered iced drink spoons. Save at special summer prices. Gilt boxed. Made In America Limited time oiler — Sale ends August 31,1972 Set of 4 ICED DRINK SPOONS Oneida* Deluxe Stainless regularly $8.00 Patterns, left to right: Madrid', Venitia*. Cantata', Paul Revere', Rose Shadow', FrojttireV Tin West bidding has been: North Kasl South 14 2* 1 V P.nss Pass PHKS 3 A Pass ? You, South, hold: A A K1154 VA2 • .! 4AK6S4 What do you do now? A—Bid thro c spades. You ina.v find your partner with three spades and (lie queen of flubs. TODAY'S QUESTION Your p a r I n <_• r continues to three no-trump. What do you do now? Willis-Collins Vows Slated Mr, and Mrs W. F. Wlllii, 1324 Hamilton, announce the engagement of their daughter, Terresa, to Van Collins, tan of Mrs. Andrea Collins, III Brunow. The wedding is scheduled for Aug. 12, in the" Mary Ellen-Harves.t*f' Church of Christ. The bride-elect is a 1972 graduate of Pampa High School. The bridegroom is a 1972 graduate of Verden High School, Verden.Okla. FULL SLEEVES COMING NEW YORK (AP) - Full sleeves in garments will be in evidence next fall and next spring, predicts the Traphagen School of Fashion. Very tailored clothes for day and dinner dresses with emphasis on the bosom also were forecast by students taking part in the school's 49th annual fashion show. A frayed lamp wire can sometimes be repaired with friction tape available at a hardware store. DAILY NIWS PAMPA. TEXAS 6«th YEAH Sunday • summer Blouses Pants Skirts Dresses Your choice-— Jewelry Sandals Bags Open Till 7 p.m. Wednesday Thursday Friday Please-No exchanges or Refunds HOUSE OF VENUS 1534N. Hobart 665-3048 SPECIAL PURCHASE CHESTNUT COLORS FASHION BROWNS* BEIGi; TRANSITIONAL TANS 1OO% POLYESTER DOUBLE KNIT SALE! WE BOUGHT A FAMOUS MILLS ENTIRE STOCK OF THESE TIMELY WANTED _ COLORS AT FAR LESS THAN THE USUAL COST. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE BIG. STRICTLY FIRST QUALITY, ON BOLTS, DOUBLE KNITS IN SOLIDS, RIBS MINI-RIBS , WAFFLES , TWILLS, NOVELTIES AND MANY, MANY OTHER WEAVES. ALL 60" WIDE MACHINE WASHABLE AND MACHINE DRY ABLE! YARD JERSEY KNITS OUTSTANDING ACETATES SOFT YARD Patttrns, left to right: Spanish Mood*, Nordic Crown', Emb- *'ow', Listing Rose 1 , Chateau', Capistrano'. • Tnul<;niurk» :>( Oin-lda I.til. HOLMES' llWfciwlfclJ APPLIANCE LEON AND DOROTHY HOLMES 304 S. Cuvltr 665-2631 Ifabrific FABRIC CENTERS 1329 N.HOBART STORE HOURS DAILY 9-7p,m. THURSDAY TIU 8 p.m. PRICES GOOD STARTING MONDAY

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