Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 30, 1974 · Page 13
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 13

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, June 30, 1974
Page 13
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PftgeM* NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Flft., Sunday, June 30,1974 NEWS.HERAI.I), Panama Clly, Fla., Sunday, June S», 1M Page IB Major and Mrs. Gentry Miss RonnieHagans, Major GentryMarry Miss Ronnie Ellen Hagans of Nicevllle became the bride of Maj. (Ret) Kenneth K. Gentry, also of Nicevllle, June 8 at 4 p.m. Miss Hagan Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lonnte Hagans of Bonlfay and the bridegroom Is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Gentry, of Houston, Tex. The Saturday afternoon ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Barny Enzor. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white polyester satin gown with a high collar accented with venice lace. Matching Venice lace also adorned the QUEEN — Miss Janis Schweikert of Mexico Beach is the first titleholder of Miss Teenage Watermelon Queen. The Port St. Joe High School junior won the title at the recent Panhandle Watermelon Festival in Chipley. She is the daughter of Col. and Mrs. Norbert C. Schweikert of Mexico Beach. Miss Schweikert is a varsity cheerleader, a member of the Keyettes and a member of the Junior Honor Society. Her hobbies are tennis, swimming cheerleading, and all kinds of sports. The vivacious beauty attends the First Methodist Church in Mexico Beach. bell shaped sleeves, the hemline and waist sash. She wore a white picture hat and carried a bouquet of white, purple throated orchid with white rose buds. Potted white chrysanthemums formed an aisle for the wedding part to walk down. The arch under which the ceremony took place was covered with Southern Smllax and flanked with ferns and potted chrysanthemums. The maid of honor was' Gail Hagans, sister of the bride. Col. Kenneth Harris was best man and Bobby Allen Hagans, and Mark Sims were ushers. The parents of the bride hosted a reception In the garden of Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Padgett. Miss Debbie Sims and Lisa Sims kept the bride's book. Mrs. Jimmie Sims and Mrs. Colon Hagans served the cake. Miss Terri Sims and Miss Regina Sims served the punch. Champagne was served by Mrs. John McLean and Mrs. Larry Hagans. A five tiered wedding cake topped with two doves sat on the bride's table which was covered with green table cloths overlaid with white lace. The punch bowls were encircled with white mums and fern. After a trip to Mexico and Las Vegas the couple will reside in Nlceville. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Drew Padgett of Ponce De Leon, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur McNeil of Florala, Ala.; Col. and Mrs. Matthew E. Lard, Col. and Mrs. Kenneth Harris, Col. and Mrs. Alexander Robinson, Capt. and Mrs. Juan Pena and Lt. and Mrs. Michael Evans, all of Fort Walton Beach; Mrs. Margaret Chestnut of Crestview, Mr. and Mrs. W.E. Robertson of Chipley; Mrs. Norma Gentry and Mrs. Wayne Bardwell of Angleton, Texas; Mrs. Tellie King and Mrs. James Richardson of Houston, Tex.; and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pitts and Brenda and Ricky Pitts of Tampa. HODGES-BRUNER ENGAGEMENT - The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Paige Hodges to Larry Bruner has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hodges. Bruner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold P. Bruner, all of Panama City. The bride-to-be and her fiance are both graduates of Rutherford High School. The marriage ceremony will take place on July 5 at 7:30 p.m. in the House of Prayer. No local invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives are invited to attend. HP* PEPSI DR. PEPPER Tf ""UP .CELEBRATE BH&SKI tfIGH PRICES AT Pi MIILVILLE AREA 2404 E. 5th STREET PIGGLY WIGGLY STORES CLOSED ON 4th GIBSON DISCOUNT CENTER 836 W. 11th STREET LYNN HAVEN 617 OHIO AVE. PIGGLY WIGGLY STORES OPEN ON 4th BEACH AREA ST. ANDREW 6700 W. HWY. 98 2901 W. HWY.98 'Mustard 12 OZ. CANS 10/99 e LIMIT 10 WITH $7.50 PURCHASE FRENCH'S SQUEEZE - 8 OZ. MUSTARD SWIFT PREMIUM PROTEN FULL CUT DAYTIME, OVERNIGHT, TODDLER PAMPERS 99 e 15 CT. 12 CT. SMOKIE BEAR - 10 LB. BAG CHARCOAL DELM0NTE - 14 OZ. BOTTLE CATSUP CATSUP! ROBIN HOOD 5 LB. BAG Limit one With 750 Order BLUE PLATE SWIFT PREMIUM PROTEN LAY'S TWIN PACK T-B0NE STEAK • POTATO CHIPS LB. SWIFT PREMIUM PROTEN SIRLOIN STEAK ...1.49 68' MAYONNAISE.........,78= MCCORMICK GROUND - A OZ. CAN BLACK PEPPER.....63' COUNTRY STYLE - B OZ. . PATTIE 0LE0............5/ $ 1 00 LB. JENO'S - 13'/ 2 0Z. SIZE SWIFT PREMIUM PROTEN IMPERIAL BROIL STEAK.......... 1.29 FROZEN PIZZA, SWIFT PREMIUM PROTEN CHUCK ROAST. .....79 e LB. LB. WISHBONE 16 QZ 1000 ISLAND DRESSING 79 ARMOUR -'24 OZ. CAN SWIFT PREMIUM PROTEN ARMOUR SHOULDER ROAST........ .....1.19 BEEF STEW..... 79 SWIFT PREMIUM PROTEN ARMOUR V 1KNNA SAUSAGK VIENNA A SAUSAGE af /$j00 BONELESS CHUCK ROAST. 1.19 LB. LB. HEINZ SLICED • 32 OZ. JAR DILL PICKLES... 2 s 1 00 FRENCH'S 18 OZ. BOTTLE PIGGLY WIGGLY FINEST LYKES 12 OZ. PKG. 5 0Z. CANS GROUNDDEEF ILB/OR MORE O FRANKS 39 BAR-B-Q SAUCE.3 s 1° PRODUCE SPECIAL lLABAMA PEACHES 25 eu WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPES ......49 e •« SUNKIST LEMONS U.S. NO 1 ROUND WHITE POTATOES, 59 e5u 49 e DOZ. BAG Surita fo>: r .rioo 100 GREEN STAMPS WITH 7.50 OR MORE PURCHASE Expires 7-4-74 i;.;.j.;.;Fj.;i;.j»jf;»j.;t;tj.jf;r^.;i ;vnvv »^i «;«;«w;n«!^^ . PIGGLYLWIGQLXi ROWANS GRADE 'a MED EGGS CRACKER JACK- 3 PK. POPCORN DELI AND BAKERY SPECIALS PARADi 3 DOZ. SAVE 36* WHEN YOU BUY A imaw of FOLGEirS COFFEE FRUIT COCKTAIL HEUBIEIN - 5V4 OZ. - BOTTLE A-1 STEAK SAUCE.. .....39 c CQL0NIAL HAMBURGER OR HOT DOG BUNS 1 19 JUMBO ROLLS SPECIAL PRICE WITH THIS COUPON i-uflijL* WITHOUT COUPON 1,25 Coupon ciih vtlui 1/20 of 16 KLEENEX TOWELS........ 3/ $ 1 19 COLD CUP 16 CT 39 e ASSORTED ' ft*^ MA KLEENEX 200 CT........3/ $ 1 00 i *9* «£k +%m aA» • < J GOOD ~ 7-4-74 tfiflMiif WW/ CHOPPED SIRLOIN STEAKS CQc EA. ROLL CAKES MASHED POTATOES 79 BANANA PUDDING j 59 59c PT. 5 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS GIBSON DISCOUNT CENTER 836 W. 11th STREET MILLVILLE AREA 2404 E. 5th STREET LYNN HAVEN 617 OHIO AVE. WE RESERVE THE RIGHT tO LIMIT QUANTITIES BEACH AREA 6700 W, HWY. 98 ST. ANDREW 2901 W. HWY. 98 (THESE STORES OPEN SUNDAY) 1 '* i Mr. And Mrs. Joseph Hattaway Reba Griffin Weds Joseph Hattaway In the quiet solemnity of a patio setting Reba Wyvonne Griffin became the bride of Joseph Stephen Hattaway recently at the home of the bride's parents. Father Hogarty of San Francisco and the Rev. Clyde Bowers officiated at the impressive double ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Buford Griffin and the groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Hattaway, all of Port St. Joe. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a full length gown of imported catapeau with pearled and headed schalloped chantilly lace imported from France. The gown was futher enhanced by puffed sleeves and a detachable watteau chapel train. Her shoulder length veil was held in place with a pearled and beaded lace crown. She carried a bouquet of yellow and white daises with white baby's breath. Miss Juanise Griffin, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and served as the bride's only attendant. She was dressed in a floor length gown of yellow knit crepe banded at the empire waist with embroidered trim. She wore a pale yellow picture hat and carried a basket of yellow and white daises, with baby's breath and greenery. Mr. J.B. Hattaway served his son as best man and his only attendant. The bride's mother wore a floor-length gown of pale yellow knit crepe, complimented by an orchid corsage. The groom's mother chose a floor length melon-colored gown complimented also by an orchid corsage. Mrs. Marine Wynn provided the organ music and accompanied Tavia Copenhaver as she sang "The Lord's Prayer". Craig Pippin sang "Something Beautiful" accompanying himself on the guitar. The bridal setting was enhanced by flaming patio torches with an arch of daises and ivy framing the couple as they took their vows in the middle of a lovely rock garden. The rock garden was filled with green plants making up a natural setting. White wicker furniture and wicker baskets filled with daises completed the enchanting setting. Mrs. Debbie Earley, sister of the bride groom kept the bride's book and Mr. Chris Earjey, brother-in-law of the groom served as usher. The bride's parents hosted the reception immediately following the ceremony in their lovely decorated living room. The punch table overlaid with an Imported lace cloth was presided over by Misses Jacque Hammock, Vicki Bass and Phyllis Thompson, floor hostess for the occasion were Mrs. Jean Jones, Mrs. Christie Lightfoot, Mrs. Peggy Burheit and Mrs. Joyce Lester. Flower arrangements were made by Mrs. Debbie Tankersley. The brides chosen colors of yellow and white were carried throughout with daises predominant, enhanced by candelabra on the serving tables. For traveling the bride chose a three piece yellow pants suit trimmed in aqua and orange. Following the honeymoon, the couple will reside in Port St. Joe. The bride and groom are graduates of Port St. Joe High School and attended Gulf Coast Community College the following year. The bride is currently employed with the Gulf County sheriff's department and the groom is employed with Sylvachem Corporation. Out of town guests for the ceremony were the groom's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mlra of Mexico Beach; Mrs. J.B. Hattaway, Sr. of DeFunlak Springs. Also Mr. and Mrs. Stan Morse of Marina and, son Mike; Mrs. Jack Street and daughter, sue; Mrs.. Jack Hammock and daughter, Jacque, all of Panama City; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Powell and sons, Clay and Chris of Jacksonville; Mrs. Nolen Grice and Mrs. Jennie Grice of Youngstown; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thompson of Titusville; Mr. Karel Moore of Auburndale. ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED — Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Hollinger have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Barbara, to Sgt. Walter Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Williams of Prichard, Ala. Sgt. Williams is serving in the United States Air Force and is presently stationed at Eglin AFB, The wedding wili take place on August 3 at the St. Luke Baptist Church. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend.

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