Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on February 11, 1973 · Page 26
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iii:!:H8-Uii;KAiuU, I'anaina City, Fla., jSunday, Fcbfuary li. Wedding Belts Ring For Couples Brookins-Weldon Mrs. Richard Allen Weldon Mrs. Tliotnas Sanders We're Doing Our Thing! -COME JOIN us- WE INVITE lAY-A-WAYS AND CHARGE ACCOUNTS AND DIAPER SERVICE INC. 10UE.BUS.HWY.9S PHONE 78 5-7381 Susan Ann Brookins and Richard Allen Weldon were united in marriage Jan. 5 at 7 p.m. in St. Dominic's Catholic Church. The Rev. Father William Crowe officiated the double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard S. Brookins Sr. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Weldon, all of Panama Oty. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a bouffant formal gown of French-designed scalloped chantilly lace in tiers. Small white daisies accented the lace neckline. The lace sleeves were gathered into daisy-accented cuffs at the wrists. The chapel-length train was also fashioned of chantilly lace. A cfown headpiece held her elbow length veil of English nylon illusion. She carried a bouquet of baby white nosegay roses with white streamers tied in love knots. The matron of honor, Mrs. Mary Pettingill of Boston, Mass., wore a floor-length gown of aqua dacron polyester organza featuring an empire waist and a ruffled oval neckline. A mini veil was attached to her headpiece of aqua taffeta. She carried a bouquet of aqua carnations. Wearing identically styled orchid gowns and headpieces were bridesmaids Miss Marty Weldon and Miss Kim Davis. They carried bouquets of orchid carnations. Mr. William Pills Jr. served as best man. Ushers were Richard S. Brookins Jr, and SwayiM Sheffield. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Brookins ohos» a blue dress and Jacket of double knit polyester with matching ac- oessories and a blue orchid corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a formal jeweled gown of light green double lailt polyester with matching accessories and a green orchid corsage. Following the ceremony, the bride's parents hosted a reception at Baffin Park Clubhouse. Guests were greeted by the new Palazowig fits into your life style at a fitting low price Sears Price 16 At last a wig that fits so nicely into .your* life»style and is ready-to-wear when you're ready-tO'goJ It'ft.pre-styled for conveinence'and the capless styling is lightweight and com-< fortable. Fii^d the shade that flatters you most from the color blended assortment. It 'iK -easy care Djiiel® modacrylic. CHARGE IT on Sears Revolving Charge SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVB Sathfaetiam QuarmOeed 5th & Harrison Avenue Open Dafly at 9:30 a.m. Phone 763^11 Mrs. Blontlell Wright. Attending the bride's book was Miss Karen Davis. The bride's chosen colors of aqua and orchid were used throughout the reception area. White satin cloths overlaid with net covered the tables which held all silver appointments. Serving the punch was Miss Glenda Yates and Miss Brenda Kelly. A four-tiered wedding cake embossed with orchid flowers doves, wedding bells, and the traditional bride and groom was the focal point of the bride's table. The cake was served by Mrs. William Chestnut and Mrs. Bulein Pitts. For traveling, the bride chose an A-line orange and white checked dress with matching jacket. She wore black accessories and the rose corsage lifted from her bouquet. O u t-of-town guests were Mrs. Mary Pettingill of Boston, Mass.; Miss Mary Hofer and Charles Hofer of Medford, Mass.; Mrs. Arthur Monroe ot Charlestown, Mass.; and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rogers and family of Chipley. The newlyweds are making their home in Panama City. •SrAX8.X0ZBDCK AND CO. Miller-Parker Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Miller of Port St. Joe Beach announce the marriage of their daughter. Sherry Lynn to Pfc. Thomas Parker, son of Mr. and Mr. C. R. Parker of Springfield, Va. Miss MUler and Pfc. barker were married Dec. 2 In Belton, Texas and will reside at 2093 Route 3, Belton, Texas. Pfc. Parker is stationed at Fort Hood Texas. Miss Miller is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank King ot Springfield, Fla. Friends Hold February Meet The February meeting ot The Fl'lends of the Bay County Public Libraries, Inc. was held at the Bay County Library. Mrs. Dick Arnold, pre.s- ident, called for committee re- IX)rts. Mrs. Cliarles Collins announced that helpful suggestions concerning the Memorial Program had been received from the St. Petersburg Friends, through the efforts of Douglas Doubleday of that organization. Mrs. S. A. Daftin, Jr. described the Memorial Program and suggested that a pamphlet publicizing Its aims be printed. The Friends are seeking an International theme for areas ot concentration in programs, resources and speakers. Efforts to promote international understanding and broaden an appreciation of our heritage win he implemented through the years activities. Mrs. Charles Hundley announced that a meeting of the membership committee will be held this week. Members of this committee are Mrs. Charles Ireland, Ted McLane, Mrs. Arthur Reames and Mrs. Dick Arnold. The present membership is expected to increase this year. Mrs. John Cheshire announced that the annual book sale will be held on May 5 and 6 at the same time as the Festival of Arts. Collection of books and materials will begin April 16. The public is invited to save their books and magazines for this event which is planned to raise funds for projects ben­ efitting the Public Library. Particularly desireable are books with an international flavor, travel books, and quality magazines such as the National Geographic, although any good used book will be useful. Newspapers and magazines of special national and historical significance are also desired. Those who wish to help with the sale may contact Mrs. John Cheshire. The next meeting of the Friends wH be held at the Bay County Library March 5 at 3 p.m. Area News By DOROTHY WHEELER COMPASS LAKE — Richard and Karen Saliba of Dothan visited her grandmother, Mrs. Esther Culpepper. Mrs. Culpepper is ill with the flu. Mrs. Reggie Birchman of Albany, Ga. is spending a few days with her husband's nioth- er, Mrs. Ovie Harney. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brandon, Andy and Jennifer of Gainesville spent a couple of days with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. C. P. Brandon. They all enjoyed Andy's birthday cake. He was six on Feb. 8. The Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Wheeler journeyed to their daughter's home in Jacksonville, Mr. and Mrs. James Everett, Donna and Melanie where they stayed over night. Mrs. Irene Sweeney who had been visiting the Everetts, returned home with them. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Tharp, Jr., Mae and Tanya along with Tim Powell visited friends in Columbus, Ga. over the weekend. Brady LasMey is recuperating at home from an Injury he received at his work. Mrs. Thomas Sanders Kupszynski-Sanders Say Wedding Vows The United Methodist Church of Jones, Okla. pror vided the setting for the wedding of Karen Sue Kupczynsiii and Thomas Joe Sanders. The Rev. Otto EUing officiated the candlelight ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kupczynski of Jones, Okla. The bridegroom is the son of George Sanders of Mexico Beach and Mrs. Gladys Sanders of Callaway. The nuptial occasion was enhanced by tiie solo selections "More" and "We've Only Just Begun" sung by Vickie Mason; and "The Lord's Prayer" sung by Larry Lopp. Organ music was provided by Mrs. Ruth Bell. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a formal gown of Chantilly lace with a fitted bodice and full skirt. Sequins accented the high scalloped lace neckline. The long button-up sleeves were also fashioned of lace. Her three-quarter length veil of illusion was edged in lace and attached to a lace headpiece. A bouquet of white gladiolas and red roses completed the bridal ensemble. Maid of honor Teresa Williams and bridesmaids Debbie Hrdlicka and Terry Thompson were attired in formal empire- style dresses of red acrylic knit. Four tiny heart-shaped buttons accented the scoop neck. Tiie puffed sleeves were gathered into narrow cuffs. Tlie attendants carried bouquets of white gladolias and red roses. Sgt. Harold Thompson served as best man. Completing the wedding party were flowergirl Wendy Moore and ringbearer Tommy Gill, both cousins of the bride. Red and white hearts and flowers highliglited the decor for the reception and traditional Polish wedding dance following the ceremony. Debbie Stamper kept the guest register for the festivities hosted by the bride's family. Maria Canada, Mary Jane Martin and Sharon Stamper assisted with the serving. • Tlie death rate from heart and blood vessel diseases has dropped 21 per cent for persons under ^ years of age since the first Heart Fund campaign in 1949. Heart disease is our number 1 health problem. Something can be done about it, and the Heart Association is doing it. You can help by giving generously when your Heart Fund volunteer calls. Gilberg's YARN SALE! SUNDAY ONLY Sv* > "Red Heart" >^ Wool Worsted SKEIN' *^§c "Red Heart" X?' Rug Yarn 3 FOR $| 00 , Reg.45cea. ^ • / ^'V-'*'"Red Head" w |WiiitukYarn$|i9. V' > Reg. 1 .39 ea. I SKEW YOU CAN DEPEND ON GILBERG'S OPEN TODAY FROM 1KX) TIL 6K )0 you can depend^n r«indmaMaxi:76M431 Moii..Fri.10-9 Sat. 10-6 Sun. 1-6 SPRING TIME VAIUES Fashion uniforms. Special *5 Neat Dacron" polyester A-Iiners; two styles to choose from. White; junibr and misses' sizes. Special *8 Dacron" polyester/nylon pant uniform with rib knit bib trim. White: misses' and junior sizes. Special 2'°'$3 Cross/over bra of nylon tricot Adjustabfe straps. Natural or contour cups. Sizes 32-38; A, B, C. Special 344 Bodysuits of nylon rib knit.Turtlenecksor zipper front \Nith collar. White, navy, red, gold, or brown. Sizes S,M,L JCPenney We know what you're looking for. SHOP 9 TIL 9 MONDAY

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