Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 23, 1974 · Page 17
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 17

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, June 23, 1974
Page 17
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NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Flu., Sunday, June 2S, 1 Double Ring Nuptial VowsUnite Miss Humphrey-Cox By Candlelight The marriage of Patricia Janet Humphrey and Steven Wesley Cox was solemnized In the Raymond Jones Memorial Chapel of the First United Meothdlst Church at 7:30 in the evening, June 8. Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Edward Humphrey of 8405 Bayou Way, Louslvllle, Ky„ are the parents of the bride. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Roy E. Groat, 445 S. Palo Alto Ave., and Grady L. Cox,. 622 East 5th Street, Panama City. Grandparents of the groom are Mrs. D.C. Cox and the late D.C. Cox, Mrs. W.B George and late W.B. George, of Panama City. Grandparents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Ira Humphrey of Louisville and the late Mr. and Mrs. D.C. Butler of Elkton.Ky. The Rev. Si Mathlson officiated during the dishwasher or trash compactor REGISTER NOW • NO OBLIGATION* tt>u can win your choice of one of these timesavers. 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This promotion Is void where prohibited by law. ) when you buy a / KitchenAid V DISHWASHER. 15" silver-plated serving tray by International Silver Company ENGINEERING ft EQUIPMENT 1336 j& Phone ForidaAve. W) 785-4376 double-ring, candfellght ceremony. Prenuptial and traditional wedding selections were provided by organist Mr. J.L. Davis, The bride approached the altar on the arm of her father in a floorlength wedding gown of quiana knit, featuring a round neck, with wrlstlength tapered sleeves and long train, which was complemented by a pearl medalion. Her Cathedral veil of silk illusion fell to a border of wide lace and was attached to a Juliet cap trimmed in delicate seed pearls. She carried a cascade of white daisies and yellow roses. Chosen as the honor attendants were Miss Debbie Baker of Louisville, and Mrs. Glenn Racine, the brides sister, of Newport News, Va. They wore gowns of pale turquoise with a yellow daisy sheer print, featuring a deep-V'neekline and soft, short puffed sleeves and a. long, flowing skirt. They carried white wicker baskets of white and blue tinted daisies, baby's breath and greenery. Bridesmaids in attendance wore gowns and carried baskets Identical to those of the honor attendants. They were Miss Cindy Silcox, Miss Nan Rowell, Miss Susan George, aunt of the bridegroom, all of Panama City; and Miss Lynn Humphrey, the bride's sister as the junior bridesmaid. Serving the bridegroom as best man was his step-father Roy E. Groat, Jr, The ring- bearer was his brother, Roy E. Groat, Jr., and ushers included Barry Clanton, Kenny Ross, Jay MfcKeever, of Panama City; and the bride's brother, Mark Humphrey of Louisville. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Hummphrey chose a long crepe-knit polyester gown of pale yellow, featuring long, belled sleeves and a bodice trimmed with gold rhinestone buttons. Mrs. Groat selected a long gown of turquoise crepe, with long eyelet sleeves and a high rolled collar. Immediately following the ceremony, the bride's parents entertained the wedding party and guests with a reception in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Silcox, Jr. The bride's chosen color of pale yellow and turquoise were carried out throughout the party rooms and patio. Greeting the;guests was Mrs. Ruth Burkhalter. Presiding at the punch table were Mrs. Frank Allen, Mrs. Gayle Johnson, Mrs. Woodrow Cheek and Mrs. William Clanton. Following the traditional cutting of the cake by the newlyweds, the bride's cake was served by Mrs. John P. McKeever, Jr. The four-tiered cake, separated by swan columns, was iced in white and trimmed with pale yellow rose. For traveling the bride wore a three-piece white, pantsuit accented by a short-sleeve jacket. Following their honeymoon to Walt Disney World and points of interest in central and south Florida, the couple is at home at 445 South Palo Alto Ave. Mrs. Humphrey graduated from Westport High School and Western Kentucky University, where she received an Associate of Arts degree in Secretarial Science in May. The bridegroom is a graduate of Bay High , Western Kentucky University and will attend the University of West Florida this fall. Out of town guests included Mrs. Dan Hogan Area News Notes FALL FESTIVAL SLATED ALFORD-The Alford Volunteer Firemen's ^Auxiliary is palnning a Fall Festival to be held Oct. 5. . .One" of the highlights of the affair will be honoring the "Man and Woman of the Year". Nominations will be received by the Auxiliary until Aug. 31.To nominate a candidate, write the name of the individual on a sheet of paper and tell why you think the person deserves this honor. Sign your name or if it is a family participation please state the names of those making the choice. Address envelope to "MAN and WOMAN OF THE YEAR CONTEST", Alford, Florida 32420 or give to Mrs. Bern ice .Wheeler, Sec.-Treas. of the Auxiliary. The envelopes will be opened only by the panel of judges (who are not residents of Alford) and they will judge who is to be most worthy of the designation. If you wish to nominate ust a man, or iust a woman t is permtssable. Be sure to seal the envelope. You can have someone else write for you if you are unable to do so. Deadline Aug. 31. «*S3r Welcome to the enchanting Caribbean, sunny Florida style! We've captured the alluring acres of a tropical paradise and set it down on exciting Longboat Key. Then, we built the luxurious HILTON LONGBOAT KEY, complete with 102 master sized rooms, efficiencies, and suites... and added... The Banyan Tree, where you can savor elegant continental , dining... and the Rum Factory Lounge with exotic cocktails and choicest entertainment.... surrounded it with swaying palms, shimmering sands, sparkling waters and a serene lagoon patio pool... and lots more. Now all we want is for you to come and visit us, for a weekend or an evening of superb dining. Bring your out of State friends too. so they can be with you, but out at the Hilton. (After all, we're right around the corner). The - wanyvMi HILTON LONGBOAT KEY is the Carib- Jl||U(J9| bean adventure you can drive to! l/VeVftf ^rtf 4711 Gulf of Mexico Drive W ^flK^ll Longboat Key, Fla. 33577 Phone (813) 363-2451 I am interested in your stattiidt Caribbean vacation. Please send litertture anc| I reservation form to: Name City Address. State. .Zip. Oett of Vacation. .No. in Party. Type of Acoom. QSingle OOouble OOne Bedr. QTwo Bed. Suite Mr. And Mrs. Stephen Wesley Cox This is the time to add extra place-setting pieces or those necessary serving pieces — and don't forget what a beautiful gift Gorham Sterling would be! If you prefer the magnificence of Gorham Sterling — you'll love these magnificent savings! For example — CHANTILLY Teaspoon Ind. Salad Fork Iced Beverage Spoon Tablespoon. 4-pc. Place Setting, PI «« six REGULAR PRICE $21.50 25.75 29.00 49.75 99.75 SALE PRICE $16.13 19.31 21.75 37.31 74.81 FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY CHOOSE FROM 24 STERLING ORIGINALS 560-62 HARRISON AVE. PHONE 769-1456 smoias SAVES YOU MORE! FABRIC SUNDAY AND MONDAY ONLY Mbnd daughter, -iTJon Wise and Connie and Vinniejlp Debbie Baker, and Marl0tl 'd Lynn Humphrey, altj bf Louisville; Dick Bazner and' Mrs. Carol Bazner of Boca Raton, Fla.; Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Racine of Newport News, Va.; Keith Gregory of Tampa, Fla.; and Mrs. Tom Haney, Jr., of Stone Mountain, Ga. presents 45 INCH WIDE COR. OF JENKS fc WEST 15th ST, PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA Style 319 Style 351 Style 350 Style 355 Style 357 Style 343 560 HARRISON AVE PHONE 769-1456

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