Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 30, 1974 · Page 14
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 14

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, June 30, 1974
Page 14
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Page 8B NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Fla., Sunday, June 30.1974 Bride Of Horace Miller WIN AT BRlBSK Justice doesn't triumph again A double ring ceremony in the First United Methodist Chureh of Wewahltchka united Miss Susan Patricia Shirley and Horace Steven Miller In marriage. The Episcopal service was performed by the Reverand Sidney G. Ellis on Saturday, June 22, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William H, Shirley of Wewahltchka. Mr. and Mrs. Horace M. Miller of Marlanna are the parents of the groom. Wedding music was provided by Mrs.,Hugh Senv mes, pianist, Mr. Edgar Stewart, organist, and Miss Beverly Bruner, soloist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a for­ mal length gown of silk organza trimmed in chantilly lace. The fitted bodice was accented with a ribbon at the waist and a ruffled neckline. The gown was further enhanced by lantern sleeves which gathered at the wrist into a self ruffle trimmed with ribbon and seed pearls. The full skirt of parchment with overlays of silk organza terminated in tiers of chantilly lace which swept to form a chapel length train. For her headpiece the bride chose a bouffant waist length veil made of imported hand finished Illusion. The face-framing cap was styled of petals of peau d'ange lace, each petal attached with tiny seed ' pearls. Marti Lee Hughes And J. Wayne Pippin Pippin To Marry Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Hughes of Panama City have announced the engagement and approaching marriage to their daughter, Marti Lee, to J. Wayne Pippin, son of Mr. and Mrs. John T. Pippin, also of Panama City. The bride to be is a 1973 graudate of Bay High School and a student in the nursing program at Gulf Coast. The bridegroom-to-be is a graduate of. Bay High, and Gulf Coast Community College. He attended the University of South Florida and is presently employed at International Paper Company. The wedding will be at the Messiah Lutheran Church at 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 28. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. The bride's bouquet was a cascade of minature white carnations centered with a white orchid and was attached to a lace-covered white Bible belonging to the groomlsaunt. Mrs. Jerry E. Kelley of Wewahltchka, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She was attired in an empire-walsted blue and white checked gown which featured a scoop neckline, short puffed sleeves, and a wide self-ruffle at the lower edge. She wore a matching blue picture hat trimmed with blue ribbon streamers and tiny white grape leaves. Her nosegay was fashioned with blue carnations and white feathered mums, centered with white daisies, and interspersed throughout with gupsophila. Bridesmaids in attendance were gowned identically to . the matron of honor, and carried smillar nosegays. They wore white picture hats. They were Miss Ann Miller of Marlanna, sister of . the groom, and the Misses 2arol Leonard of Wewahlt­ chka and Mariam Walrath of Cedar Key. Miss Nickl Jill Smith of Wewahltchka was a junior bridesmaid. Horace M. Miller served his son' as best man. Ushering were James Miller, Marlanna, brother of the groom, Jerry Kelley,' brother-in-law of the bride, and Larry Cloud and Billy Nobles, both of Marlanna. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Shirley chose a formal length gown of light blue shantique with cummerbund and A-line skirt. The yoke and sleeves were accented with tiny pearls and chantilly lace dyed to match the gown. She wore cymbidium orchid corsage and accessories which complemented her dress. Mrs. Miller was attired in a full-length gown of lime green chiffon with draped fitted bodice, long full sleeves, and full skirt accented with a rhinestone clasp at the waistline. She also wore a cybidium orchid corsage and used silver accessories with her gown. Following the ceremony the bride's parents entertained the wedding, .party and guests wWrr ^ption In the church fellowship hall. The bride's chosen colors of blue and white were used to decorate the reception area. Greeting the guests and presenting them to the receiving line was Mrs. Dave- Gaskin. The five-tiered bride's cake topped with a trio of white satin bells was served by Miss Pam Gaskin and Mrs. Brian Baxley, Mrs. Jerald Gaskin any Mrs. Danny Tucker presided at the punch bowl. The bride's book Was kept by Mrs. Charles Arrant. Mrs. Miller graduated from Wewahltchka High School, Chipola Junior College, and received a B.S. degree in elementary education from Florida State University. The bridegroom is a graduate of Marlanna High School, Chipola Junior College, and holds a B.S. degree In business administration from the University of Florids. Out-of-town guests included Mr. and Mrs. James Rule, and son Jimmy Mr. and Mrs. Walter Spence, Mrs. Larry Cloud, Mrs. Myr- tlce Bruner, Miss Therlsa Stone, Mr. Stan Peacock, Mr. Larry McKelthan, Mr. Lynn McKethan, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Edrod, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Holmes and daughter Diane, Mr. William Grant, Mrs. Charlotte Hayles, and Mr. Dwlght Edenfleld, all of Marlanna; Mrs. Jean Haines and sons Sam and Michael, Bobby Gainous, all of Clarksville, Tennessee' Mr. and Mrs. Greg Dozier of Pensacola' Mrs. Bill Labtind daughter Amy of Tallahassee; Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allan, Mrs. Bill Boyette, Mrs. Lib Hammock and daughter Jacque, Mrs. Mercedes Bissonette and son Mark, all of Panama City'; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Miller and son Lane, all of Hartford, Alabama. NORTH - .fee ¥ A86 • A93 + QS632 WEST • J9732 ¥ Q943 4 Q106 SOUTH (D) *AK ¥K72 • K842 + A108? Both vulnerable West North East 29 EAST 4 Q1084 f J105 KJ4 Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass Opening lead-* 3 South 1N.T. Pass By Oswald A James Jacoby South wins the spade lead and: has to go after the club suit. How should he play it? Old books on bridge said to go to dummy; lead the queen and let it ride. If the finesse lost to the king, go to dummy again and take a second finesse. This play would succeed 76 per cent of the time. Any time East held at least one honor. A better plav would be to lead dummy s nine. This would succeed almost 81 per cent of the time (any time East held an honor or West held all tout* cards of the MM. .... U U-l.Ji The old book* oiTbridge were all wrong here.The best mathematical play is to lay down the ace, This Wins 83 per cent of the time since It only loses two tricks if East holds K J xor K J x x. It also loses two tricks to* day. But the really expert play* as used by experts against players not good enough to play low from king-small, is to lead low to* ward dummy with the inten* Hon to play the nine If West plays low and finessing against the king if the nine loses to the jack. This play only succeeds 80 per cent of the time against a man good enough to duck with king-small, but it Works 94 per cent of. the time against ordinary bridge players. Of course justice doesn't always triumph. The best mathematical play is a loser today. Almost all other plays work. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) V *CRRD<T "**4* 20 South ? The bidding-has been: West North East 14 1* Pass You, South, hold: •654?KJ4324AQ0743 What do you do now? A-BId two clubs. This forcing bid Is the best one at your disposal. Mrs. Horace Steven Miller Hammock-Martinez Final plans for the wedding of Miss Jacque Hammock to Richard Martinez have been annon- ced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Hammock. The bridegroom-to-be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James R. Martinez. The weddingg will take place on July 5 at 6 p.m. in the Saint Andrews Baptist Church with the Rev. Bill Montgomery officiating. All frieitds and relatives of the couple are invited to attend the wedding and reception to follow in the church social hall. Dm* CIU ItHt CIM M Onyx ScrtN Pahrk ntii Floyd the pocer interiors & «>c cessories KMH tatintflthMl NmrariMMtr Mitat DmmiiMi Tktiwl Cy MUM Dttlwi MtfTMAtttMl Trtpi -cal Wmm tni Rtri CIltHMMt Gtortt Kowcs Austin Preduction Tht Sculptor Stu«o Cokmbvi Midi POMiot OlSiMI Troohono Multipurpose, Machine Washablo, Clear, Orange, Yellow, A White. 6608 West Highway 98 Holiday Plaza Panama City, Fla. (904) 234-9412 11TH STREET SHOPPING CENTER OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAYS TIL 9 P.M. SAVINGS THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE STORE! 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