Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 23, 1974 · Page 16
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 16

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, June 23, 1974
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e Ring Ceremony pp#s M/ss Teel- Noles hM ?$*A and George Robjfelff jftoles were united lh MIMUqte at the Palo Alto Chufth-ol Christ on June 22 Ift a double ring ceremony. Donald A. Deluskie officiated the ceremony. The bride'is the daughter of Mr. and' Mrs. Willis Aubrey Teel of Garden Club Drive. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. D.O. Noles of Tallassee, Ala. And a cappella group under the direction of Gerald McCalister sang the bride's chosen selections. The choral group consisted of Mr. James Holley, Mrs. James Ruffln, Mrs. William Harrison, Mrs. J.D. Rut- nam, Conne Eggart and Bruce Land. Gerald McCalister performed a solo acccompanled by the group during the ceremony. The bride, given In marriage by her father, wore a white formal length gown of silk organza over peau de soi« The empire waisted gown had a high neckline and full sheer sleeves gathered at wide cuffs. The bodice, sleeves and. neck were overlaid with imported re-embroidered • Alencon lace motifs and hand sewn seed pearls The train and edge of the gown were bordered with a scalloped lace and inset seed pearls set off the three-tiered cathedral veil of illusion. The middle tier of the veil was edged in lace. The entire gown was fashioned by the bride. She carried a cascade of pink roses and white carnations. Mrs. Mike Riggs served as matron of honor. She wore a floor length gown of sheer blue dotted swiss over matching blue lining. The three-tiered skirt was gathered at the waist. The square neckline, bodice and waist were trimmed with pleated white lace touched with pink. She wore a picture hat accented with streaming pink ribbons and pink daisey. She carried a nosegay of blue carnations, pink daisies and baby's breath. The bridesmaids, Miss Karen Teel of Montgomery, cousin of the bride, Mrs. Stephen Teel of Searcy, Ark., sister-ii,-law of the bride, and Mrs. John Lowery of Tallassee, Ala., sister of the bridegroom, were attired Identical to the matron of honor. Miss Allison Lowery of Tallassee, niece of the bridegroom, wals the flower girl and her brother, John Lowery, was rlngbearer. The mother of the bride wore a floor length floral gown of sheer voile over a blue lining. A yellow cym- bldlum orchid complemented her gown. The bridegroom's mother chose a floor length gown of pink polyester overlayed with pink sheer voile. She wore a white cymbldlum orchid cdrsage. D.O. Noles served his son as best man. The groomsmen were Stephen Teel of Searcy, Ark., brother of the bride, John Lowery of Tallassee, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, and Willis Teel,. brother of the bride. David Noles, brother of the brldesgroom and Willis Teel rolled out the isle cloth for the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Teel hosted a reception following the ceiamony at the Panama City Garden Club. • The guests, greeted by Mrs. Gerald McCalister and Mrs. Richard Tuggle, were received by the wedding party. Maggie Higdon sat at the bride's table. Aletha Lawrence served the guests the bridegroom's cake. Arthur Titus and Mrs. Jack Pierce cut the bride's four-tiered cake which was decorated with blue and pink flowers. Miss Bonnie Lawrence and Mrs. Tim Rearick served the guests punch. Mrs. Frances Hill, Mrs. Alden Steman, Mrs. Kenneth Sconiers and Mrs. Ferell Lawrence assisted as floating hostesses. After a honeymoon trip to New Orleans the couple will reside in Auburn, Ala. where they are both students at Auburn University. Wedding Vows Unite Miss Callaham-Lewis Mrs. George Robert Noles Wedding vows were spoken in the St. Andrews United Methodist Church and Miss Jeanlce Callaham became the bride of Wilson Lewis. The Saturday, June 22 wedding was performed by the Rev. J. Lamar Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey L. Callaham, parr.its of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. Ike W. Lewis, parents of the bridegroom, saw their children married in a traditional, double ring ceremony. Wlllard Dean, Organist, accompanied soloist, Mrs. Robert Lawrence In the presentation of the bride's chosen songs. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a formal length gown of silk organza over peau de sole. The highrise bodice was overlaid with peau d'ange lace and seed pearls. The scooped neckline featured a scalloped ruffle of the lace and the long fitted lace sleeves ended in a ruffle. The Chapel length train fell from the waistline and her veil of imported English illusion was attched to a Julitetf cap of lace and pearls. Miss Cathy Ann Brown of Atlanta, Ga., cousin of the bride was maid of honor and she wore a yellow flocked gingham gown with assorted TENNIS LESSONS BY: Doyle B. 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PHONE 769-0047 HOMEMAKERS Home and Health Care Services Miss Lanette Cox became the bride of Clifford Nelson Sampson in the First United Methodist Church in Marianna, at 3 p.m., Sunday, June 2. The Rev. Cecil E. Bradley officiated at the double ring ceremony. The briHo is the daughter of Mr. anu Mrs. Carlos V. Cox of Marianna, formerly of Panama City. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Olyn A. Feight, Sr., of Morgantown, W. Va. Vows were exchanged before a setting of simplicity. Two large urns of white and yellow gladiolas and mums were on each side of the altar. A program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Lynn Large, organist. Mrs. Michael Hartzog of Panama City, sister of the bride, served as matron of honor. She wore a floor-length sheer gown fashioned with semi-full yellow floral print with an empire waist, puffed sleeves, and a scoop neckline accented by a satin ribbon bow and streamers. She Get Going To SOUTH AMERICA We make the going GREAT! course 763-2817 NfVll ASMVICICHAKGI NERVIG TRAVEL SERVICE 569 HARRISON AVE. PANAMA CITY spring flowers arranged in.a hand bouquet and in a halo for her hair. The bridesmaids wore goWns fashioned In the same way as the maid of honor, only in a lavender shade.They too carried bouquets of spring flowers and halos in their hair. Misses Karen Wynn of Columbus, Ga., Jennifer Hughes and Sherry Knight' were chosen by the bride to serve her as bridesmaids. : Flowergirls were Miss Tricla Lewis of Monticello, niece of the bridegroom, and Miss Julie Callaham of Fort Payne Ala., cousin of the bride. Ike T.*Lewis of Monticello served his brother as best man. Paul Taylor,of Monticello, Myron Callaham of Galden, Ala., cousin of the bride, and Dale Boatwright of Monticello were ushers. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Callaham wore a street length, rose colored knit dress complemented by a white corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore an aqua street length dress and she too wore a white orchid. A reception, hosted by the bride's parents, followed the ceremony In the church fellowship hall. Mrs. James Delaney greeted the guests as they arrived. Miss Cindy Carter kept the bride's book. The punch bowl was aten- ded by Joylynn Roberts, Miss Judy Powell and Mrs. John T. Williams. The bride's table was presided over by Mrs. Phil Colcord and Miss Jan Summerford and Miss Judy Boiley of Monticello presided over the bridegroom's table. Also assisting in the serving of the guests were Mrs. C.C. Byron of Atlanta, aunt of the bride, Mrs. Earl C. Callaham of Gadsden, Ala., aunt of the bride, Mrs. Jack E. Stout, Mrs. Den A. Trumball, Jr., Mrs. B.I. Tur- bevllle of Atlanta, aunt of the bride, and Mrs. J.B. Callaham, of Chattanooga, Tenn., aunt of the bride. For a trip to Disney World the bride chose a multicolored seersucker pantsuit with white accesories. The bride is a certified Mr. And Mrs. Clifford Nelson Sampson Cox Sampson Wed carried a nosegay of colorful spring flowers to complement her gown. Dwayne Hilton served as best man. The ushers were Olyn A. Feight, Jr. k brother of the bridegroom, and Michael Hartzog, brother-in-law of the bride. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose a formal gown in sheer white organza and Venise lace. The empress bodice of lace featured a high neckline and bishop sleeves trimmed with Venise lace. The cathedral veil was also trimmed with Venise lace.. She carried a cascade bouquet of white pom-poms, centered with a lift-out corsage of white roses. The mother of the bride selected a street-length dress of aqua polyester crepe with aqua Venise lace trim and white accessories. She wore a corsage of yellow carnations. The mother of the groom chose a beige polyet. 1 r street-length dress trimmed in blue and wore a pink carnation corsage. A reception followed in the Church Youth Hall, given by the parents of the bride. Mrs. Whilden Blackwell, cousin of the bride, attended the bride's book. Mrs. Wilson Yanson, aunt of the bride, presided at the punch bowl and Mrs. Jack Cox, aunt of the bride, attended the bride's table.. The bride is a 1973 graduate of Bay High School, Panama City, and is employed at the Naval Ship Store, Norfolk, Va. The groom is a 1970 graduate of University High School, Morgantown, West Virginia, and is presently serving in the United States Navy, stationed at Norfolk, Va. Following their honeymoon at Panama City Beach, the couple will be at home in Norfolk, Va. Mrs. Mike Wilson Lewis dental assistant having graduated from Gulf Coast Community College In 1974. At Gulf Coast she was a member of the Commodoret- tes and of Delta Nu Gamm- ma sorority and,Phi Theta Kappa. The bridegroom is a graduate of Jefferson County High School, North Florida Junior College and the University of West Florida. 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