Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 9, 1973 · Page 26
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 26

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, September 9, 1973
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I 'linc •,'(' \i:\V .S -lli:K.\rJ). I 'lmama ('i(y. riii..Sun<lii.v..Sc|t(('tiih»T!». Vm Hickems Celebrate 25th Anniversary busy "inan\iii.u off" llioir oldcf ilaiiuhtcr lu'pt till- Ufv. and Mis. \^.C,. lUc'kfiw (if tlu' First Haptist Church fioin coli'bi'atiiij; their Silver WiMldiiiij Anniversary on thi' "r(>al" date Atigvisl 22. But last Sunday ni<iht, fdllowiiif,' thccx'cniiif,' church uoi'.shifi scr\ic(', the couple was oiilci'laiiu'd with •< rt'ct'ptioii ill honor of tho occasi(ni, j^ivcii li\ liio Woman's .Missionaiy I'nion of ilioriiurch. Tiic social hall uassiiu(ily, hilt ('lci ,'aiilly decorated with summer ^^reeiiery, and witli mixed flouers and tall eaiHie!alM \in) with lislitmi tapers. The refreshment table was centered with a five-tier a n n i \- e r s a r y i' a k e appropri;Uely decorated in BEACH SHOP FINAL CLOSE-OUT NEW HOURS SATURDAY 9-6 SUNDAY 10-6 CLOSED WEEKDAYS COMPLETE STOCK SHOES silver. Mrs. Ron C'limhieaiitl Mrs. Turner Hro^vii [iresided at the cake table. At the punch tabl(>, dtn'oratt'd with mi.xcil flowers and li^'hled candles. Mrs. J. II, Tnteii poui'ed, a.ssisted by Mrs. L.,).Ryals, Mrs. Doyle Kirkland and Mrs. ,1. , V. Sun^s. The jii'cs' l'""!^ presided o\'er by Mrs. Errol Siniiiions. T 0 lastingly coiiinienioi-a.te the occasion, the W. M. U. presented the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Hickem a mittchod pivir of silver candclaba. Appro.vimntely, 200 guests attended to honor the couple. Other members of the VV. M. U. assisting with the entertainment occasion were Mrs. Jessie Luther, Mrs, .Jackie Prevatte, Mrs. Mike Fletcher, Mrs. Charles Seal, Miss Judy Kelly, Mrs. Don Heaton, Mrs, M. S. Valentine, Mi 'S. Flva Snead, Mrs. D. B. James, Mrs. Ann Vassie. Miss Shirley McCall, Mrs, Dewey Conrad and Mrs. A. E. Runnels. Familiar love-song and courtship melodies and lanes were plaved the social hour by Miss Lurleen Dabbs. (('(MU . rroni I'liMC l -C) HONORED AT RECE^PtlON The Rev. And Mrs. B. C. Hiekem Stumme Pyle Vows (Cont.FromPasel-C) sister of the bride, and Miss Cheryl Cobert. cousin of the bride and Miss Barbara Deal were bridesmaids. Miss Elizalieth Anna Reese, cousin of the bride; served as junior bridesmaid. Fleming'Gans (Cont. From Page l-C) magnolia leaves and bride's table. massive arrangements of white agapanthus, white killian daisies, yellow fugi mums and gypsophilia centered the pool. The bride's table featured silver candelabra with white daisies and yellow roses with gypsophilia and sprengerii fern arrangements. The bridegroom's table held a large centerpiece arrangement of gold leaf candelabra of yellou' killian daisies, talisman roses and sprengei'ii. Southern string smila.x was used around the edge of the table. Centerpieces in white hurricane lamps featured killian daisies yellow roses and sprengerii fern on the food tables. Greeting the guests were Mrs. Erby Rowell, Mrs. Frank Parker, Mrs, John Fore, Mrs, Larry Smith, Misses Nan Rowell. Nanri^e Boden, Paige Bryant, Jan Broyvn, Angie Ingram, and Susan Sullivan kept the bride's book. Presiding at the punch bow! was Mrs. Lucille Goodson, Mrs. Ralph Burgess and Mrs. Woodrow Wilson. Mrs. Al Boden, Mrs. Harold Pope, Mrs. Frank Sullivan, and Mrs. Clinton Ingram presided at the Others assisting in serving were Mrs. John Gheesling, Mrs. L. VV. Stafford, Mrs. Robert Miley, Mrs. Jim Mclnish, Mrs. Doug Brown, Mrs, Raymond Williams, Mrs. Re,\- Rowell Jr, Mrs, J,D, Fleming, Mrs. Estelle Talberi, Mi-s. Jack Rogers, Mrs. Craig Graves, Mrs. Lester Brock; Mrs. L. D. McDill, Mrs. Tom Pears, Mrs. Wallace Kendricks, Mrs, Gus Zivitz. Mrs. John Watts, and Mrs. Marvin Cannon prepared much of the party food. Directing the arrangements were Jim and Karen Riggan, Al! the attendants wore identical floor length gowns vaiying in different pastel shades. All carried nosegays of carnations. ro,ses and baby's breath in color tones to match their dresses, Patrick Smith served as best man. Groomsmen were Robert Sharp. Bernard Chaney and Charles Raines, Willie Stunime, brother of the bride, .served as Junior groomsman. The bride's mother chose for her daughter's wedding a floor length gown of aqua crepe with full chiffon sleeves. A white orchid corsage completed her attire. The mother of the bridegroom, Mrs. Pyle chose chose pink featuring long full sleeves. She wore a white orchid corsage. Following the ceremony, a reception was hosted by the bride's parents in the church social hall. The social area was decorated in pastel colors and greenery to complement the bride's colons. The bride's table was covered with .sheer lace cwnearao forBrmfCiftd 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 DIAMONO&BRIDE SHOPPE 493 HARRISON AVE. ^ PHONE 7IS-6973 minmm. ENGAGEMENT TOLD - Wedding plans for June Elenburg and Ed McNeil have been announced by parents of the bride-to-be, Mr. and Mrs. Lesley B. Elenburg of Hiland Park. Parents of the bridegroom-elect are Mr. Oliver McNeil of Stockbridge, Ga. , and Mrs. Jeannie Huff of Panama City. The wedding will he held Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. in the Gospel Lighthouse Church. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend the ceremony and reception immediately following in the church social hall. M )-N s Qc Bov^ APPAREL 5TH / N D HARRISON edged cloth and centered with four-tiered cake topped with satin bells. Candelabra with burning tapers entwined with fern and f 1 0 v\- e r s flanked the arrangements. The bridegroom's table featured a specially decorated chocolate cake in three tiers highlighted by a reluctant bridegroon being dragged along by the bride as the focal point, .After the initial cuUing of the cake by the couple it was ser\'ed by Mrs, Phil Cobert and Mrs, Richard Reese, aunts of the bride, Mrs, A,G, Appelberg, g r a n d m 0 1 he r of the bridegroom was in charge of decorations for the reception. For her wedding trip the bi'ide wore a brown and white plaid pants suit and a yellow orchid corsage, T h u r s d a y evening follou'ing the rehearsal, the bi-idegroom's parents hosted a dinner party for the wedding party and guests at the GleirBurnie Holiday Inn, Area News ANNEVICK News Correspondent Mr, and Mrs, Leonard Bagley and children have returned to their home at Huntsville, Ala, after visiting his parents Mr, and Mrs, J,A, Bagley, Mr, and Mrs, Carl E, Carlson have spent the last two months in Finland, They visited Mrs, Carlson's former home town of Korsnas and relatives of each of them in the nearby area. They found the weather un,sea,sonably warm during their stay there. Guests in the home of Col, and Mrji. Joe Riley of College Point have been Mr, and Mrs, Bill Hi!! of Birmingham. .Mr. and Mns, Wayne Meadows of Birmingham. Their son Phil was with them. Guests from Lousiana have been Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey and daughter Debbie of Lafayette and Sgt. and Mrs. etc, Lewis and children ./ulie, Debbie and Michael Lee, of Bo.ssierCity, La. Mrs, Riley al,so made a trip to Montgomery to visit her brother and his family and her mother. While .she was there she made a trip to Monroe N,C, She was the guest of Mrs. S.ll. Adams there. Sheriff and Mrs. Mac Butler accompainied her on the t lip. Danny Joe Strength and friend, Jeff Proust, who are serving aboard the U.S. S e m m e s , h 0 m e po r I Charleston S,C, spent Labor Day holidays wilh Danny's |)aiviits Mr. and Mrs, ,/ohii Strength, Mrs, Ruth McClenny of \)()\hi\n, Ala, ,speMt the holidays with her sister Mrs. Nina Leonard and oilier jelativcs ill the area, Mrs, llatlie Boyd, of J.)ol)i;in ,spenl Die weekcini wilh Mr, and Mrs. Oliver Gam'11, ,/aii, 1,') Kent Diirdeii, "De.illi Valley, Land of ('oiitr.'i,sls" - Feb. 10 Richard Kern, ''FIo r i da 's Cy p ress .Sanctuary" (.Malinei'at 2:'M p.m.) —, I'S Harry Pedersoii, "The Haliaiiias, Top to Holtom," Films except on Feb, 1(1 will be shown al 7;;i()p,i)), in the Fine Aits Auditorium of Gulf Coast Community College. Subscrii)tioii tickets obtainable at GCCC or The CnlU'vy <>( An are.')i.^) (or (he fh'e film .Slii/,'le adiiii.ssioii is .'ill.50. SttideiilHarcadinilled without charge as are young children under twelve if accompaiii('(| by an adult. A field trip (o Port S(. Joe .Slate Park is planned for .Sat,, Sept. U>. wishing to join I lie group are retjuested to contact Sieve .Stedman, F'r.'s., mmW) — Rev, Wm, Hearii 2(ir>r)r)61 — Maryaiin Olsen '2;M-;i09(> or Don Scott 7H5-'l'i;W. BLOUNTSTOWN—Mrs, Virginia W i 11 i a m s entertained in honor of her daughter, Peggy on her ninth birthday with a pool party at the Williams home. Laddie Williams, father of the honoree, served as life guard as the honoree and lier 15 guests spent an afternoon swimming. Games were played and gifts were displayed as the honoree opened her array of gifts. Mrs, Teresa M Parrish assisted the hostess with the games and refreshments. The refreshment table was overlaid with birthday cloth, napkins and cups carried out the birthday theme. The birthday cake was the center of interest, frosted in white with accents of pink sugar spun roping and roses was topped with a ballerina doll. Punch and ice cream was served with the cake. The honoree gave as favors as the guests departed for home, a bo.x of candy and bubble gum. All left wishing the honoree "Many More Happy Birthdays," Mr, and Mrs, Billy Mercer have returned after a weeks vacation in Freepoi-t and Nassau, They sailed on the S, S, Emerald Seas and reported a wonderful time. Mr. and Mrs. Ovvin Corbin were visitors during the weekend of Mr. and Mrs. Larry McCardle and family of Mexico Beach. BLOUNTSTOWN-Miss Jan Tyler, bride-elect of Septembers, was honored on Friday with a miscellaneous calling shower in the Recreational Building of the First Baptist Church. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. John Charles Peacock, Mrs, Jackie Simpson, Mrs. Richard Ramsey, Mrs, Jim Rani.sey, Mrs. Earl Dority, Mrs, Arlene Montford, Mrs. Kenny Kincaid, Arrangements of fall flowers in shades of brown and orange were at vantage points in the party room. Tyler greeted her guests in a knit of blue, white and red, complemented with red accessories and a gold pompon corsage. Mrs. Hoovie Tyler, mother of the bride-elect was pre.sented a corsage by the hostesses. Approximately 25 guests called during the appointed hours. Catholic Women Hold Meet The Catholic Ladies'Guild held the First Friday Mass Friday at 9 a.nt, followed by a breakfast meeting at the Officers' Club, Chaplain (Lt, Col.) John J, Keohane, the new base chaplain, was guest speaker. Several members made a recent visit to the Panama City Nursing Home. Volunteers are needed to visit and entertain patients and ladies of the parish are encouraged to volunteer for this rewarding activity. Also some items that are needed at the nursing home include talcum powder, jewelry, shoes, hose, slippers, hats, night gowns, robes, lipstick, perfume, handbags, after shave lotion, ties, socks, pajamas, wallets, handerchiefs and shirts. Ladies are requested to bring any of these items to the meetings. 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