Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 23, 1974 · Page 20
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 20

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, June 23, 1974
Page 20
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>, P »ttaihaJ |ty, Ma,, Sttndrty ( Juno &, IM4 Mrs. Edward Marshall Rankin Welch-Rankin Wed In St. Andrew Baptist The sanctuary of the St. Andrew Baptist Church was the setting for the wedding of Miss Donna Fay Welch and Edward Marshall Rankin on Saturday, June 15. The Rev Bill Montgomery officiated the double ring, candlelight ceremony in the presence of families and close friends of the couple. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Welch and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. J.L. Rankin and the late Mr. Rankin. Nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Avis Atchison, organist. Escorted to the altar by her father, the bride was attired in a gown of heirloom elegance fashioned of white satapeau. Narrow bands of ENGAGED — Mr. and Mrs. Earling Matsen of Panama City have announced the .'•engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Lynn Matsen, to Jerry Peters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin - Bryan of Naples, Fla. The wedding will be an event vof June 28 at 3 p.m. at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Erly Matsen. venise lace interwoven with tiny satin ribbon caressed the Victorian neckline and also the natural waistline. The long, fitted sleeves were cuffed with the lace. Her camelot cap held the cathedral veil of imported English illusion. The bride carried a cascade of phalaenopsis orchids. Maid of honor and only attendant, Miss Earlene Jackson, wore a formal gown of mint green polyester crape featuring empire styling. She carried a single long stemmed yellow rose. James Cummings served the bridegroom as best man and ushers were Joe Ashbrook and Vance Hooks. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Welch selected an ensemble of ice blue chiffon complemented by a sym- bidium orchid corsage. The groom's mother was attired in a peach matte jersey gown with matching accessories. She also wore a cymbibium orchid corsage. Following the ceremony, the bride's parents hosted a banquet dinner in the marine room of the Holiday Lodge. Miss Beverly Bodiford presided over the guest register. Miss Alana Ann Welch assisted in seating the guests. Mrs. Karen Hooks and Miss Margaret Rankin served champagne and the traditional wedding cake was served by Mrs. connie Ashbrook. The bride is a graduate of the University of West Florida with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in elementary education and early childhood education. She is employed with the Bay County School Board. The bridegroom was graduated from the University of West Florida with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in political science and business administration. He is associated with Birmingham Vending, Inc. FORMAL FASHIONS When that special occasion calls for formal attire... why not rent? No neect to fnvest in a format wear wardrobe. Ranting formal clothe* (« the easiest thing in the world-and Inexpensive! Take our King Georoe Formal Coat by Palm Beach, for i instance. Very much today, it's styled for the man who seeks distinctive, yet tastefully correct formal attire. Drop by to see the King George by Palm Beach, and feel free to discuss your rental-requirements with us. Phillips-Belin Plans fold Mr. and Mrs, Hilton Yon of Cottendale, annbnce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Deborah Denise, to Roy Lee Neel, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Neel, of Sneads. The bride-to-be is a. 1974 graduate of Sneads High School and a 1974 graduate of Chipola Junior College. The couple will reside in Tallahassee where the bridegroom-elect will attend Florida State University. The bride-to-be is the gran- daughter of Mrs. Millie B. Yon and the late Henry N. Yon and Mr. and Mrs. T.A. Johnson of Cottondale. The bridegroom-elect is the grandson pf the late Mr. and Mrs. John Neei'artd Mrs. Zader Hamilton atidithe late Mr. Zack Hamilton of Sneads., The wedding will be an event of .August 2; at 8 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Cottondale. All friends and relatives are invited to the ceremony and to the reception .which will fdllow at the brides home, Rt. 1, Cottondale. 560-65 HARRKOH AVI. PHONf 7M-14JO Final plans for the wedding of Miss. Betty Phillips to Mr. Jake Belln, jr., ^tia've been announced by the parents of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. F.P. Phillips of College Park, Ga. Mr. Belin Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Belln of Port St, Joe. . The double ring ceremony will be performed In the Fir- 1st United Methodist Church ot Gonyers, Ga.,, on June 2D; at 7; 30 p.m. with the Rev. Mark Rutland of Woodstock* Georgia, officiating. The father of the bride will give her to be'married and Mrs. James Klmber of Covington, Ga., will provide organ music for the occasion. Matron of Honor wilt be Mrs. Kay Farner of St. Petersburg and Miss Harriet StUckey of DecatUr ; Ga./Wlll be hiald of honor. Susan Stanfield, niece of the bride will serve asiloWer-girl and Gary Lawrence; nephew of the. 'bride, Witt be ritig-beaWh'. Mr. i\C, Belin, father of the groprii, will serve as best mah; Chosen as ushers are SteVe*Belln of Port St. Joe, , Jim Fensom of Port St Joe, Billy Antley of Jesup, Gebrgia and Terrill Ncal of \i Ja^kSprt, Miss, NOTICE THE REGISTRATION BOOKS FOR THE SEPTEMBER 10th. AND OCTOBER 1st. PRIMARIES WILL CLOSE JULY 27th. AT 5 P.M. REGISTRATIONS: Deborah Denise Yon IF YOU ARE NOT ALREADY REGISTERED, WE URGE YOU TO DO SO NOW TO AVOID STANDING IN LINE LATER. THE REGISTRATION OFFICE IN THE BAY COUNTY COURT HOUSE IS OPEN FROM 8 A.M. to 5 P.M. DAILY. WE WILL ALSO BE IN THE FOLLOWING PLACES TO TAKE GLENNVVOOD, PRECINCT 31, JUNE 25 AT A P.M. FOUNTAIN, PRECINCT 1, JULY 2 At 6 P.M. PARKER CITY NAIL, PRECINCT 50, JULY 9 AT 6 P. M. SOUTHPORT, PRECINCT 7/JULY 16 AT 6 P.M. WEST BAY MEN'S CLUB, PRECINCT 5, JULY 23 AT 6 P.M. TO FURTHER HELP EVERY ELIGIBLE PERSON GET REGISTERED, WE WILL KEEP THE OFFICE IN THE COURT HOUSE OPEN EVERY SATURDAY BEGINNING SATURDAY JUNE 29th. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS CONCERNING REGISTRATION OR ELECTIONS CALL785-7073 OR 7638295. GLADYS A. CHAPMAN SUPERVISOR Or ELECTIONS TRIMUNE YOUR NEW HOUSE FOR A LOW PACKAGE PRICE. If you're moving into a new home, you can take advantage of a convenient telephone Package Plan. When you order 3 or more phones, you get a special package price Even better, you can get the most beautifully designed modern telephones available. So why not do your whole new house or apartment in Trimlines. Choose some to match your good-lookingnew bedroom, and family room./' ^ Put one in your kitchen. (Even the most modern kitchen isn't completely up-to-date without one.) Add a sleek Trimline® wherever you need a *>* phone, and you add some excitement along with the convenience., You can order any combination of colors or styles. If you can't get Trimlines with Touch-Tone, order Trimlines with dials. For more details, call your Southern Bell Business Office, and we'll help you move in style. /5>e. (g) Southern Bell

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