Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 30, 1974 · Page 15
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 15

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, June 30, 1974
Page 15
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0 NEWS'tttiKALD, pMiiitta Ulty, HR., SniMlij, *ui,e w, i9H r»ge Ml HONORED WITH MORNING COFFEE— Miss Mae Miss Miml Manning, Mrs. David '.ISSr^S Gray was honored recently with a morning coffee In Gray, Mrs. Joe Morris, Mrs. Joseph Manning ana the home of Mrs. Joseph T. Manning on Bunkers Mrs. WoodleSmith (seated). Cove Road. Shown at the occasion are (left to right) Coffee Honors Br/de-to -Be A morning coffee honoring Miss Mae Gray, July Luncheon Given For Miss Gray Miss Mae Gray was enter* tained with a luncheon given by Mrs. Rowe Sudduth in the Sudduth home recently. Guests were greeted by Mrs. Sudduth, Miss Gray and Mrs. David Gray, mother of the bride. An arrangement of summer flowers adorned the coffee table In the living room. The dining table was enhanced with a basket of mixed summer flowers of frosted carnations, daises and baby's breath. Miss Gray was stylishly attired in a white dress with a floral bodice. Guests list included Mrs. David Gray, Mrs. Joe Morris, mother of the groom, Mrs. S.E. Daffln, Mrs. Charles Collins, Mrs. Tom Bingham, Mrs. Grant Newberry, Mrs. Bob Schumaker, Mrs. Leslie Sinks, Mrs. Bery Jinks, Mrs. Earl Padgett, Mrs. Foster Kruce, Mrs. Carl Bjorklund, Mrs. Tommy Thomas, Mrs. A.F. Ulman, and Mrs. Phyllis Daniels. Miss Gray was presented a piece from her silver pattern. She is to be the bride of Rod Morris. bride-elect was hosted by Mrs. Daniel A. Dees, Mrs. Joseph T. Manning and Miss Miml Manning in the Manning home on Bunkers Cove Road. The future bride wore a long morning dress in a light spring print and received the guest along with her mother, Mrs. David Gray and Mrs. Joseph Morris, mother of the groom-elect. Mrs. Manning greeted the guests as they arrived. Spring flowers in shades of pink, yellow and green centered the table in the dining room which was overlaid in a cut work cloth. An asort- ment of pastries and sweets were served, while punch was poured by Miss Miml Manning on the porch Gray-Morris Announced Mr. and Mrs. David Benjamin Gray have announced the final plans for the wedding of their daughter, Mae Martha, to Rodney Cameron Morris. The wedding an event of July 1 at the Wallace Memorial Presbyterian Church at 8 p.m. in the evening. The Rev. Richard Scoggins will perform the ceremony. Attendants for the bride will be Mrs. Thomas Meredith, sister of the bride, as matron of honor, Miss Marie Gray, Miss Inez Gray, also sisters of the bride-to-be and Miss Mildred Manning, cousin of the bride to be. Dr. Joseph H. Morris will serve his son as best man. Groomsmen will be Joseph H. Morris, Jr., Gil Morris, brothers of the bridegroom to be, Ben Gray, brother of the bride to be, Steve Davis, Jim Dickenson and Phil McKenzie. overlooking St. Andrews Bay. Mrs. Ralph Bennett, Mrs. Donald Fraser, Mrs. Lloyd Fulton, Mrs. Harvey Mathis and Mrs. T. Woodle Smith assisted the hostess in serving. Miss Gray will become the bride of Rodney Cameron Morris on July 1 at the Wallace Memorial Presbyterian Church. Horiculiure Club Meets The St. Andrew Horticulture Club met at the home of Mrs. Preston Fell with Mrs. F.T. Kirk as co-hostess. The following members were present: Mrs. Fell, Mrs. R.L. Gaddy, Mrs. D.D. Jones, Mrs. Kirk, Mrs. L.R. Leary, Mrs. Betty Noff- slnger, Mrs. Joseph C. Prevost, Mrs. Raymond Wray, and Mrs. Ford Watson. Mrs. Prevost, presleent, presided at the meeting. Devotion was given by Mrs. Kirk. Minutes of the last meeting were read by the secretary, Mrs. Watson. The "Love Gift" was won by Mrs. Watson, who in turn, will bring a gift to the next meeting which will be held at the Harbour House This isTbwhs Old Master Month! 2596 OFF ON OLD MASTER STERLING FLATWARE 2596 OFF ON OLD MASTER SILVERPLATED HOLLOWARE OR 5096& 2596 OFF ON TRADE IN OF YOUR STERLING FLATWARE FOR OLD MASTER Towle's Old Master is one of the all time best selling sterling patterns in the country. For years, women of all ages have been enchanted by the grace of line and restrained richness of this traditional design classic. Now, for one month only, you may purchase Old Master sterling flatware at 25% off the regular retail price. In addition, you may purchase matching pieces in Old Master Embossed and Old Master Sculptured silverplated holloware at the same 25% savings. Old Master silver- plated holloware is beautifully designed, carefully crafted and heavily silverplated. We have a large selection of trays, bowls and buffet serving pieces to choose from. If you are disenchanted with your present sterling flatware, now is the time to exchange it for Towle's Old Master. We'll replace your old sterling piece-for-piece or with an equivalent piece in Old Master. We'll accept any sterling pattern regardless of brand, age or monogramlng. Each piece that you trade in will entitle you to a 50% deduction from the regular retail price of the replacement piece you purchase. PLUS, an additional 25% discount during Old Master month. Dqn't delay. Come in today and take advantage of this limited time offer on . towle's Old Master. V 3-Plece Place Setting reg. $93.50 sale $70.13 32-Piece Service for Eight reg. $1004, tale $753. Old Master Sculptured Trays reg. sale 13* diam. $40.00 $30.00 15*diam. $50.00 $37.50 17" diam. $60.00 $45.00 Old Master Embossed Sauce Bowl, 1 piece reg. $25.00 salo $18.75 560-62 HARRISON AVE. PHONE 769-1456 FOUR DAY PRICES GOOD THRU WEDNESDAY DAI I Y <) TO <i SUNDAY 10 1 () / EC HERD w DRUGS ^s. 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