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Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas · Page 4

Pampa, Texas
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Wednesday, June 28, 1972
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4 MM»A OAftV NIW1 PAMPA, TEXAS MthYEAR Wednesday. June 2«,lt?2 Mackie Hudgins, Terry Fisk United In Marriage In Iowa Can man in jail trust 'lady of the evening?' By Abigail Van Buren tfc ttn »» CMafi TiKMt-N. Y. N«*t SrM., MM.) DEAR ABBY: I am writing to you from the State Penitentiary in Huntsvilte, Tex., where I have been locked up for two years. I have three more years to serve and here is my problem: Three months before I got locked up and sent here I met a very lovely young lady. She is 27 and I am 29. She works in the daytime and goes to school three nights a week. She is a "lady of the evening" but that doesn't interfere with her love for me. She writes to me faithfully and says she loves me and will wait for me. She is loyal and true, Miss Abby, and I think about her all the time. Should I put all my faith and trust in this woman? I believe I really love her. I need your advice and opinion. VERY TRULY YOURS, "278M6" [Not my real number] DEAR "TWO": If she hai rtock by y«w, writes falthMHy and promise* to wait for yon, I'd say year faith !• her li well Justified. Good lock. DEAR ABBY: I read with interest the letter signed "Troubled Daughter" in which two brothers refused to share with three sisters the responsibility of caring for their elderly mother. Did you know that in the State of California only sons are responsible [money-wise] for an aged parent who is on welfare, unless the daughter works or has an outside income, regardless of how large her husband's income is? My husband [an only son] pays over $100 a month to the California Public Welfare office while his three married sisters pay nothing, as they are not employed outside the home. Our attorney advised us that it is unconstitutional to discriminate against the sexes, but Kings County Department of Public Welfare threatened to take us to court if we don't reimburse them $109 per month. UNLUCKY TO BE LIVING IN CALIF. DEAR UNLUCKY: Yonr letter [accompanied by valid documentation] was a surprise to me. Does anyone out there flave an ace to beat that King? DEAR ABBY: A wife signed "Old Fashioned" wrote to say that she didn't share her husband's yen for X rated movies. If you read between the lines you could see a middle-aged male with a sagging libido. What he needs is a wife who can kindle a few sparks, lose some of her inhibitions and be a little less old fashioned. Let's face it, that husband is hoping that if he exposes his wife to a few explicit scenes in the biological realm it will give her an inspiration. It's amazing how dense some women can be when it comes to something as basic as satisfying a man. Prostitutes will tell you that most of their customers are married men. And do you know why? Because that sweet little lady at home knows how to dish out the steak and potatoes, but she's too nice to dish out eroticism in the boudoir. NORTH CAROLINA DEAR NORTH: Before blaming the Inhibited woman for batting zero in the boudoir, consider this: PsychiatriiU tell us that a surprising number of men can perform anywhere except at borne because of their Inhibitions. Every decent woman is "mother," so they find their pleasure where "mother" isn't. DEAR ABBY: This is for "YOUR HUSBAND'S MISTRESS," who ends up with, "What good is the status of being a legal wife when all your friends-know that your husband is in love with another woman?" I would like to know since when is love equated with sexual satisfaction? If that man really loved you, he'd have married you first and had his sex later. Wake up, Sister. You're boing used! Thanks for letting me get this off my chest, Abby. MAD IN MASSACHUSETTS Problems? Trait Abby. For a personal reply, write to ABBY, BOX M7M, L. A., CALIF. MM aid enclose a stamped, addressed envelope. For Abby's new booklet, "What TeefrAgtn Wan* to KMW," tend $1 to Abby, Box «7M, Us Aagekf, Cal. MMt. Club News Wedding vows were pledged by Miss Mackie Renielle Hudgins and Terry Lynn Fisk at 3 p.m. Saturday, June 10, In the First Assembly of God Church, DCS Moines, la. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Hudgins, 2523 Aspen, Pampa. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Merlynn Fisk of Des Moines. THECEREMONY Rev. Charles Crabtree, church pastor, officiated for the double-ring ceremony. Dave Gerard was organist, and Miss Sharon Bruce sang "One Hand, One Heart" "Oh Perfect Love," "The Lord's Prayer," and the recessional dedication. The ceremony was performed before a background of 16-branched candelabra and arrangements of white gladioli and yellow and pink chrysanthemums in white Grecian pedestal urns. The bridal aisle was marked with yellow and white ribbon streamers. THE BRIDE Given in marriage by her father, with the "her mother and I avowal," the bride was attired in a floor-length white gown of peau de soie, styled with a bodice, Victorian neckline and leg-of-mutton sleeves of Venice lace. The empire waistline was accented with a bow. The over-skirt and hemline of the gown were edged with Venice lace, as well as the detachable chapel-length train. Her circular veil of illusion fell from Camelot cap of Venice lace. ATTENDANTS Mrs. Ramona Crabtree of Des Moines served her sisler as matron of honor, and Miss Glenna Hudgins, another sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Sandy Casady and Miss Sharon Fisk, both of Des Moines. The bridal attendants wore yellow, pink and avocado green gowns of sheer orlon over satin. They wore yellow picture hats and carried sheer yellow orlon umbrellas accented with flowers. Candlelighters were Renee Crabtree and Stan Masters, and Rachel Crabtree was flower girl. Rhonda Crabtree was the miniature bride and David Sturtz was ringbearer. Serving as best man was Merwin Ullestad. Groomsmen were Bill Jess, Cliff Casady and Harold Moeckl. Gary Jones was head usher. MOTHERS The bride's mother wore an aqua and white dress with white accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a peach-colored knit dress with white accessories. Both wore corsages of mixed flowers. RECEPTION Following the ceremony, a reception was held in Alber Hall. The serving table was covered with a yellow lace cloth, centered with a fruit-bowl arrangement. The four-tiered VFW AUXILIARY The ladies of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary met recently, with Mrs. Georgia Mack, president, in charge. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Marie Boyd. During the business session. Mrs. A.L. Smiley was appointed chairman for the September bake sale. Mrs. Bunah Walling was appointed 1972 poppy sale chairman. Mrs. May Hatcher gave the closing prayer. Mrs. Anna Hutchensand Mrs. Marie Boyd were hostesses for the social period. Those present were Mmes. Tony Smith, Jim Clifton. Jess Hatcher, Josephine Blalock, Emmett Gee, Bunah Walling, Bill Leonard, A.L. Smiley, Anna Hutchens and Marie Boyd. Keep Moist A thin coat of moisturizer under make-up helps to prevent caking and peeling, particularly when the warm weather sets in. PUBLIC INVITED GOSPEL MEETING AT THE PAMPA CHURCH of CHRIST 738 McCullough St. JUNE 26th. thru JULY 2nd 7:30 EACH EVENING DAVID MUTTON ^geiis SUNDAY SERVICE CLASS 10:00 A.M. WORSHIP SERVICE 11:00 A.M. EVENING SERVICE 7:00 P.M. MRS. TERRY LYNN FISK ...nee Mackie Renielle Hudgins wedding cake was trimmed in yellow, pink and white. The program at the reception included a wedding toast by Merwin Ullestad, Miss Sharon Bruce sang "Edelweiss" and Miss Shari Messick sang "Now May There Be A Blessing." Rev. Crabtree served as master of ceremonies and presented part of the program. Miss Ramona Crabtree accompanied the soloists. For the wedding trip to the Land of the Ozarks, the bride wore a white lace dress with white accessories. AFFILIATIONS The bride is a 1970 graduate of Pampa High School and a music and business major at Drake University. She is employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone Company, Des Moines. The bridegroom attended schools in Des Moines and is a commercial art major at Drake University. Quotable Quotes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Some quotable quotes from women during the week: "It seems like only yesterday because Dick isn't boring. He's so much fun. He just seems as young as when I first met him."—Pat Nixon on her 32nd wedding anniversary. "No incumbent, no matter how deeply entrenched, can ignore the demands of the people ... No district, no matter how brazenly gerrymandered, can protect him from those demands."—Elizabeth Holtzman after defeating U.S. Rep. Emanuel Celler in his bid for a 26th term. "My father, a butcher, used to say you only pluck one chicken at a time."—U.S. Rep. Bella Abzug, explaining in defeat that she's not certain of future plans. \special purchased just received beautiful -- new looking dresses for summer handsome new looking dacron/cotton and polyester dresses for summer wear, sheer voiles, lovely checks, crispy polyesters from size 8 thru 18, in stunning styles and colors. both short and long styles! were '28 to >48 off Your Horoscope By JtMt f>i«*ft Womarjs Page THURSDAY, JUNE 29 YOUR BIRTHDAY TODAY: Begins a smoother year of steady .activity. Business is productive, with occasional mixed going, generally averaging at normal rates. You stabilize long-range plans on a simpler, more mobile basis. Today's natives usually switch from one 'hobby to another if their job lacks variety. Aries (March 21-April ll|: Cooperation is on the upswing. Get an early start and make the most of it. Diversions—cultural or festive—should fill the later hours. Taurus (April 20-May 201: You can gather in odds and ends, make sensible progress in reorganizing ventures. Your steadiness in recent days is partially rewarded. Gemini (May 21-June 201: Your persuasive powers ,are suddenly higher and your mood brighter. Round up friends and relatives, find out what you can do for fun. Cancer (June 21-JuIy 22): Expect more than the surface simplicity to any deal offered. Collective activity thrives above normal level. Relax with a good book. Leo | July 23-Aug. 221: Test an excellent idea carefully, get quicker results. Home conditions improve as you make long-overdue corrections. Virgo I Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Not as much as you imagine can happen. Your efforts provide most of the drive for today's growth. You have extra marks to make now. Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 221: You have time and space to express an original thought- speak out! Romantic appeal runs thru today's seemingly routine activities. Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Plan repairs, home improvements. You have cooperation and 1 a chance to consolidate your position. It's a busy and worthwhile day. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec "More than $4.5 billion will go next year into blowing up Indochina. We're saying, keep that money at home. For God's sake, do something intelligent with it and stop burning people to death."—Joan Baez at an antiwar demonstration. "If I were in her position, I would be eternally grateful to the judge for his leniency." Singer-Baroness Nina van Pallandt as Edith Irving went off to jail. 211: Discipline that fly-away mood and get your work done first. Some old puzzles you find sudden solutions to some old puzzles in the rush. Capricorn (Dec. 22-J a n . 191: Yesterday recedes readily into past; a fresh start is available, bypassing old obstacles. Release people from their pledges. Aquarius |Jah. 20-Feb. 181: Creativity 'arises In most areas of your daily living. Inspiration comes from romance and from echoes of past happy incidents. Pisces [Feb. 19-March 201: See what you can work out alone, call in help if you need it. Almost any venture has silent partners backing Wig Wash Synthetic wigs, especially handy after a day at the beach, should be washed in cold water with a very mild detergent to keep them looking new. Shower Fetes Martha Myatt Miss Martha Myatt, bride-elect of Wiley B. (Pete) Cunningham Jr. of Waco, was honored with a miscellaneous shower hosted by Mrs. J. Kirk Duncan, Mrs. Floyd Watson and Mrs, J.B. Veale. The honoree was presented a corsage of mums surrounded by miniature lemons. Her mother, Mri. E.A. Myatt, was given a corsage of carnations surrounded by lemon leaves. Members of the houseparty wore corsages of a small yellow ; daisy, surrounded by miniature/ lemons. In the receiving line were the honoree, her mother and the; hostesses. Guests were registered by Miss Beth, Watson. 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