Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 30, 1974 · Page 9
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 9

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, June 30, 1974
Page 9
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,, Ptg»M NEWS-HERALD, PM»m» Clly, Fill., Sunday, JmfJt .irM r Family Services Coffee Is Held The Tyndall Family Set 1 ' vices volunteers held their semiannual Installation awards coffee recently at the Recreation Center. Special guests included Lt. Col. Charles J. Rogers, chief of Personnel Division; MaJ. Jimmie J. Caton, chief of Consolidated Base Personnel; Lt. Charles E. Nail, Personal Affairs officer; and Mrs. Kenneth Coleman, new advisor to the group. Colonel Rogers presented awards to Mrs. Robert Hanlin, volunteer of the month; Mrs. John Butt Jr., 1250 hour pin; Mrs. Kenneth Zartman, Colonel Rogers presented awards to Mrs. Robert Hanlin, volunteer of the month; Mrs. John Butt Jr., 1250 hour pin; Mrs. Richard Bennett, 500 hour pin; Ms. Debbie Loveless, 250 hour pin; Mrs. Kenneth Zartman, 100 hour pin; Mrs. Joseph Sorgh and Mrs. Joseph King, 20 hour pins. Also Mrs. Frederick Martin, one-year stripe; Mrs. Mike Mule' and Mrs. James Weatherford, two-year stripes; Mrs. William Anderson, five-year stripe; Ms. Kay Vorhes, six-year stripe; and Mrs. William Wells, nine-year stripe. PRE-4TH OF JULY SALE ALL GENERAL ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONERS WILL BE ON SALE AT COST, PLUS FREIGHT CHARGES PLUS 10%. LIMITED QUANTITIES ARE AVAILABLE. SALE STARTS THURSDAY, JUNE 27TH. GOODYEAR BUDGET TERMS - 90 DAYS CASH GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 325 E. 6TH ST. 763-4651 Mrs. Calrence Smith was welcomed back to the group and Junior Volunteer Miss Terl Hanlin, received her volunteer card and patch. New chairmen for the coming term are: Mrs. Frederick Martin, coordinator; Mrs. John Butt Jr., assistant coordinator; Mrs. Richard Bennett, office chairman; Mrs. Jlmnile Jackson, brochures chairman ; Mrs. Leonard Strichik, loan-out closet chairman; Mrs. Thomas Nipper, welcoming chairman. Also, Mrs. Joseph King, PCS-TDY, Remote Wives chairman; Mrs. Adolphus Bradford, publicity; Mrs. Robert Hanlin, emergency; Ms. Debbie Loveless, Defense Community Services Program; and Mrs. Joseph Sotge, special assistance and administrative assistant. Surber-Dawson Announcement Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford L. Surber, Sr. of Panama City annonced the final plans of the marriage of their daughter, Betty Sue, to Melvin Craig Dawson in the Friday edition of the paper. The wedding is to be on June 29 Instead of July 29. ENTIRE STOCK OF SPRING & SUMMER SHOES - SANDALS 4? REDUCED UP TO OR 4> LARGE GROUP OF * s SANDALS & SHOES VALUES TO $28.00 *6 88 LADIES KEDS REGULAR 14.00 & 15.00 CHILDRENS KEDS REGULAR $8.00 to $10.00 $ 8 88 2" 4 99 ENTIRE STOCK HANDBAGS SPRING & SUMMER OFF Merrial Jean Willey Mae Gray Is Honored Miss Mae Gray, bride elect, was honored recently at a luncheon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hany A. Smith, 365 Bunkers Cove Road. Mrs. Carl Dennis, Mrs. Albert M. Lewis, Jr. and Mrs. Frank Parker were co-hostesses with Mrs. Smith. In the living room arrangements of hydrangeas and other summer flowers gave color accent to the room. The guests were served on the sun E orch at round tables. The ride's table was centered with a dainty tiered arrangement of pink rose buds in prism candlesticks with matching pink satin ribbon circles two cupids on each side. The other tables nad delicate milk glass compotes filled with baby's breath "riff Tfostess gave Miss Gray gifts from her chosen patterns. Invited guests were: Mrs. David Gray, Mrs. Joe Morris, Mrs. Rowe Sudduth, Mrs. John Christo, Mrs. John Ftshel, Mrs. High Nelson, Mrs. Joe Manning, Mrs. Anne Humphreys, Mrs. Byron Parkman, Mrs. Robert Fleming, Jr. Mrs. Henry Smallwood, Mrs. Frank Coleman, Mrs. John Rudder, Mrs. Harold Wager, Miss Elyse Fleming, Mrs. Floyd Hum* phreys, Mrs. John Benton and Mrs. Mack Lewis. ENGAGED — Miss Kay Saunders' engagement ana approaching marriage to Kirk F. Pugh has been announced by her father, J.T. Saunders of Panama City. Pugh is the son of B.F. Pugh of Cocoa Beach and Mrs. Virginia May of Panama City. The bride-to-be is a 1974 graduate of Bay High School. The bridegroom-to-be is a graduate of American High School in Germany and is presently employed as manager with the Nationwide Spa Systems. The garden wedding will take place on August 17 at 6:30 p.m. at 807 Balboa Ave. Sale Starts Tomorrow 9:30 A.M. Planning A Wedding? MAKE BOYD BROTHERS YOUR FIRST STOP WE HAVE A LOVELY SELECTION OF: Personalized Napkins matches & brides books & intormals are imprinted in our store quick one day service. • INVITATIONS • THANK YOU NOTES • BRIDES BOOKS » RECEPTION NAPKINS • NEW CALLING CARDS • INFORMALS For your Teas, Luncheons Showers, Coffees You or Your Hostess Should SELECT FROM OUR STOCK • Wedding Cups • Tablecloths • Party Picks *) Nut Cups • Invitations • Place Cards « Napkins « Table Decorations If you are planning a wedding make your first stop Boyd Brothers. Shop at your leisure in our beautiful NEW store. Merrial Jean Willey Weds RichardMansour i Miss Merrial Jean Willey became the bride of Richard Preston Mansour in a double ring candlelight ceremony on June 9. Monstgner Frederlch Lyons and the Rev. Edwin Barksdale officiated the ceremony held In the First United Methodist Church of Bastrop, La. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Earl W. Willey of Bastrop, La. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ameen Mansour, Sr. of Alexandria, La. The bride; given In marriage by her father, wore a gown of silk organza over peau de sole that featured a high neckline of lace, sheer blshlp sleeves and a slightly raised waistline. The bodice was accented with rows of embroidery and venlse lace. The full sheer skirt swept into a full chapel train. Her full length veil of silk Illusion was fashioned with a headpiece of tiny seed pearls and net. She wore a strand of pearls that her father gave to her mother on their wed* ding day. She carried a cascade of roses, ivy and carnations. Mrs. Bobby Thurman was matron of honor and wore a gown of pale pink organz over tafetta. She wore a head-piece of Illusion that was held by a bow of peau de sol. She carried a large mum with streamers of pink. The bridesmaids, Misses Sis Mathls, Cheryl Roper, Debbie LeGrange, Susan Faherty and Elizabeth Garrett, wore gowns Identical to the matron of honor, only In a deeper shade of pink. Miss Wren Clark, flowergirl, wore a gown of organza over pink taffeta styled In the same manner as the bride's gown. Alfred Mansour, Jr., brother of the bridegroom, was best man. John Willey II, brother of the bride and Bubba Smith were groomsmen. Chris Gardener, Arthur Burch and Steven Mansour, cousins of the bridegroom, were ushers. Master Paul Slsk was ring- bearer and Prentiss and Payton Grant were can- dellghters. Mrs. Margene Ray was organist and Miss Marlene Hall was soloist. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Willey chose a gown of tourquolse sheer chiffon organza over peau de sole with a full skirt and long sleeves. A reception followed the ceremony at the Morehouse Country Club. The bride's table was covered with a floor length cloth of pink linen with a full floor length skirt of white silk organza attached at the top. It was centered with a silver and crystal epergne holding an arrangement of pink roses and gypsophllia and white tapers. The bridegroom's table was covered with a white linen cloth and decorated with smllax garlands and clusters of white f lowers. Guests were greeted at the door by Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grant, Jr., Mrs. Harry Fox, Mrs. Kerney Clark, Mrs. H.F.M. Garrett, Mrs. Lloyd Priest, Mrs. Date Williams, Mrs. Payton Spear, Mrs. Charles Slsk and Mrs. Robert Davis. Mrs. O.G. Tlgerman, aunt of the bride and Mrs. Donald Mansour, aunt of the bridegroom, served the wedding cake. Punch was served by Mrs. Joe Mansour and Mrs. Jack Karam, both aunts of the bridegroom. Miss Terri Brooks and Miss Rosallnde Haynes kept the bride's book. The bride chose an A-llne dress and jacket ensemble for a traveling suit. The couple honeymooned in Las Vegas. Afterward they will reside In New Orleans. The bride Is a graduate from Louisiana State University and holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Elementary Education. She Is presently employed as a medical receptionist at the Medical School In New Orleans, The bridegroom will continue his medical studies at the Medical School In New Orleans. Out of town guests were Mrs. John T. Willey of Fulton, Ky. Mrs. J.M. Reddick of Panama City, Mrs. Jack C. Hutto of Fort Myers, Fla., Mr. Carter Qulna of Pine Bluff, Ark.. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bray of Camden, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. O.G. Tigerman of Granada Hills, Calif, and Mrs. Carole Andrews of Los Angeles, Calif. Calhoun News Note Marilyn Showden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willie J. Gatltn, was one of seven semi-flnallst in the Miss University of Florida Beauty Pageant in Pensacola. Miss Snowden, a senior in elementary education, was sponsored by the Black Student Union. When that special occasion calls for formal attire... why not rent? No nood to invott In a formal wear wardrobe. Ranting formal clothot It tho oailott thing In tho world-and Inoxpontlvol Toko our King Ooorgo Formal Coat by Palm loach, for • Instance. Vary much today, It's' sty fed for. tho man who looks distinctly*, yot taitofully comet formal ottlro. Drop by to too tho King Ooorgo by Palm Boach, and fool fro* to ditcutt your rental roqulromontt with ut. SM41MAMMON AVI. MtOM 7M-1M4 forBr-XlGiftd All Brides register their preference in China, Sterling, and Stemware with us and we can tell you what she has or has not received. It eliminates confusion, and your order will have our special "Bridal Service" attention. • Co-ordinated Gift Registry • Complete Selection of China, Sterling, Crystal • • Attendant's Gifts • Socially Correct Invitations • Registered Bridal Consultant at your service without charge • "Shower of Happiness" umbrella loaned without charge . • Reception Service loaned without charge • A Complimentary Gift Especially for You Armstrong s DIAMOND & BRIDE SHOPPE 4I3HAIIISONHV1. fNOMtniS^m

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