Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 30, 1974 · Page 10
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 10

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, June 30, 1974
Page 10
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NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Fla., Sunday, .June 30,1974 Page SB Trusler-Carroll Rites Robert A, Truster, Pensacola, Fla., announces the engagement of his daughter Deborah Kay, to Charles Braley Carroll, son of Mr, and Mrs. Charles L. Carroll of Panama City. The bride-elect graduated from Pensacola High School and attends University of West Florida. Her activities include operation Involvement and Circle K president. The prospective bridegroom graduated from Bay High School and received a bachelor of arts In political science from University of West Florida. His activities include Delta Tau Delta fraternity. He is employed with the State Probation and Parole Commission, Jacksonville. A July 20 wedding date is set at Hillcrest Baptist Church, Pensacola. Wr Want To firatl Every New FamHy Moving Into Bay County or Panama CHv! Our hostess* will bring you a warm welcome., from- thoughtful Sponsors who have froo gifts | for you. It vou havo moved into Boy County from, an •outsido area rocontly and havo-not boon wot* tartutd, call 763-1780 or write to P.O. Box 321t Panama City, Florida 32401. We nave nothing to soil but good will. There is nn obligation, over. Toll your neighbors. PANAMA CITY NIWOOMfR WELCOME SERVICE Mtsterisf tke ley C«sety.ClN»xesref CONMSMN . In a double-ring, can- • dlelight ceremony at Brookwood Presbyterian Church in Colunbus, Ohio, Miss Vick! Lee Colmery became the bride of Raymond Thorpe Thompson. The Saturday, June 8, ceremony was performed by The Reverend Keith Conning and assisted by Elder William Hamilton, cousin of the bride. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Warren Colmery of 2624 Island View Road, Panama City. The groom is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Edmund Andrew Thompson of Philadelphia, Pennsy. The wedding music was played by Mrs. John Southworth. The bride was given in marriage by her father and wore a white, chantilly lace formal length gown with full ruffled skirt. A matching train of the same lace and a waist length veil completed the bride's attire. She carried a cascade of pink rosebuds and baby's breath centered with a white orchid. Mrs. Douglas Pelger of Columbus, Ohio served as matron of honor, and Miss Pamela Colmery, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor. The bridesmaids were Miss Jennifer Royalty of Chicago, Illinois, Miss Mazey McLain of talhhnssoe, and Miss Bonnie Fee of Columbus, Ohio. The bride made their dresses in pastel colors of turquoise, yellow, pink, green and peach with white straps and bodices. They wore White picture-frame hats and carried bouquets of flowers the color of their dresses. Each wore a matching necklace given them by the bride. The flower girls were Michelle and Tonya Verk, nieces of the bride. The mother of the bride wore a floor-length blue and white polyester gown with matching jacket trimmed in lace. The mother of the HURRY FOR CHOICE OF COLORS AND SIZES. CLOGS, KEDS CHILDREN'S SHOES ALL SALES FINAL $900 25" vetoes to $14.00 ^sji^jPB THIS IS THE SALE YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR (we?// [ nuclei i iwiqe ] />/1///?(z/i/f /oorn / -;A> -HAMS, INC. Colmery-Thompson Rites Held bridegroom wore a pink chiffon floor-length gown. The bridegroom's father, Dr. Edmund A. Thompson, served as best man. The groomsmen and ushers were Mr. John Wiley, brother-in-law of the groom of Nebraska, Mr. Benson Steele of Tallahassee, Mr. William MlleyandMr. Francis McGowan, both of Philadelphia. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. AL s. Kauffman, friends of the bride's family Greeting the guests were Mrs. Pennl S. Verk, sister of the bride, of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. Robert Mitchell of Columbus. Miss Valerie Colmery, sister of the bride, kept the bride's book. The three-tiered wedding cake was topped with bells and decorated with blue and white rosebuds, the bride's colors. The newlyweds honeymooned at Host Farms In Lancaster, Penns., and are now residing In Newtown Square, Pennsy. Panama Plnza SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE! 1 4 1 2 OFF SWIMWEAR 1 3 OFF ON ALL SPRING ft SUMMER MERCHANDISE Vicki Lee -Colmery . BOYS . GIRLS . INFANTS . PRE-TEENS ALL SALES FINAL NO REFUNDS OR EXCHANGES DOORS OPEN 436 Harrison Ave. 9 TOMORROW MORNING 9:30 A.M. FANTASTIC 100% POLYESTER pants —B- (Hfi >r- o.wwl will I,' kllll' limited Supph 4 90 Offer <joo«l while >toek la*t>-Limit 2 pair to customer Selected (.roup Spring a ii< 1 Summer SPORTS £A/TIRE STOCK SWIM SUITS Fantastic Selection l OFF Reduced up to • V Mincer j • Jantzen / • Rrad!e\ • (.ollejie Tow n • Zio £JUT|KE fiTOOK ^ Spring & Summer DRESSES S<'lc<-tc<l (.roup of Spring and Summer SPORTS WEAR Now Reduced!! I'LIH IT I ION COIMHV SKI BKOOk VALLEY Price Street Length Oulv jitirc Stork Spring & Summer Hundreds of new Spring & Summer 3 TOPS /o

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