Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 16, 1973 · Page 16
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 16

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, September 16, 1973
Page 16
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Fan*' NKWS-llKHALl), raniiiiia City. Ma., Sunday St-ptoiiiluT Ifi. \*m Miss Mayo, Joseph Married [Nuptial Vows Spoken Mrs. Joseph Moses Joseph III B^ORMAL FASHIONS Whm that special occasion calls for \ formal attire... Formal Liberations is offered in our great looking dinner jacket by Palm Beach Tuxedo Rentals; New Styles Flare Slacks 5 Colors In Ruffle Shirts from 16,00 •f^j'— 562 HARRISION A double ring candloliglit ceremony united Janis Ranioiia Mayo and Joseph Moses Joseph III in marriage on PYiday, Aug. 31, at 7 p.m. at Berea Baptist Church in Jacksonville. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Ellis Mayo and Mrs. Lestine Mitchell, also of Jacksonville. She was graduated from Nathan Bedford Forrest High School and is employed as a secretary for Zippy Mart Coijipany in Jacksonville. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Moses Joseph Jr. was graduated from Terry Parker High School and is attending Florida Junior College and is employed as a CPA by Ralph Hatchman Company of Jacksonville. Vows were exchanged before the altar accented with tall baskets of white bridal flowers. A background of arched candelabra and candletrees I holding burning ivory tapers cast a soft glow over the isanctuary. Family pews were marked with white Satin ribbons. The bride selected a floor length gown of ruffled chantilly lace bordered with seed-pearls. The puffed sleeves were of sheer lace. A full length veil of illusion trimmed with matching lace was attached to her satin and lace headpiece. She carried a cascade of white sweetheart roses, baby's breath and lily of the valley, accented with white lace loveknots. Miss Pam Joseph, sister of the bridegroom served as matron of honor. She wore a floor length gown of peach satin, featuring a slim A-line skirt and high lace neck line. She carried nosegays of pastel colored flowers. Mr. Joseph Moses Jr., father of the bridegroom, served as best man. Ushers were Terry Mayo, brother of the bride and Ron Joseph, brother of the bridegroom. The bride's mother wore a street length dress of pink with matching accessories featuring a babydoll neck and short sleeves and complemented by a corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a street length dress featuring a low neckline and complemented by a corsage. A reception was held following the ceremony at Berea Baptist Church Miss Frances Cariotta Sheffield and Mr. James Thomas .Gilbert wore married in a double-ring ceremony Satiu'day, Aug. 25 at 4 p.m. at the Panama City Women's Club. Officiating clergyman for the ceremony was the Rev. William A. Hearn. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sheffield, 4711 South Lakeyvood Drive, Panama City, and parents of the bridegroom ai'e Mr. and Mrs. i .e. Gilbert. 4807 North Lakewood Drive, Panama City. Nuptial music was presented by Mr. Joe Bennett. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown designed by herself and her mother. It was made of slipper satin and covered with embroidered organza. The high rise bodice featured a scoop neckline and was enhanced with ruffles trimmed in tiny lace. Long sheer sleeves of the embroidered organza complemented the bodice while the A-line skirt fell softly to a deep ruffle. The bride wore a white garden hat with miniature lily-of-the-valley and ivy entwined around the crown. White satin ribbons fell gracefully from a bow in the 1 Family I J Living \ • • I Today \ back, lier bridal l)oii (|Uot was a nosegay of pink loses and baby's breath with long pink .satin sti'camers. Sei'ving the bride as maid of honoi' was her sister. Miss Joy Sheffield, She wore a sleeveless gown of pastel floi'al chiffon with a scoop neckline outlined with a deep ruffle. The high-rise l)odice was accented with lavender ribbons with a flat bow in the back and streamers. She carried a nosegay of lavender carnations with •1 Fellowship Hall. The bride's table, the punch bowl table and the table for the bride's book were covered with pastel cloths. After the initial cutting of the cake, guests were served by the following hostesses: Mrs. Ronald Mayo, sister-in-law of the bride; Mrs. Joseph and others. Out of town guests included two of the bride's aunts, Mrs. Bobbie Adams and Mrs. Martha Fuqua of Panama City. After a honeymoon ti'ip to Daytona Beach the young couple will be at home at Williamsburg Apartments, Jacksonville. Mrs. James Uilbert satin strcanuM's and she wore matching flowers in iierhair. GiMT.ld Gilbert, i )r(iliu"i' of the bridogioom, served MS best man. The mothei- of the bride clio .se for the occasion a softly flowing pale blue floor length gown. The sleeveless A-line dre .ss featured a short fitted plaid jacket. She wore matching acces .soi 'ies and a rose corsage. The mother of the bridegroom was attii'ed in a flooi- length gown of pink double knit in silver brocade design accompanied by matching accessories and a rose corsage. A I 'eception held at the Panama City Women's Club was hosted by parents of the bride. The bride's book was kept by Mary Sue Wooten. Mrs. Gary Worthington of Panama City and Mrs. Earl Martin of Greenville, Ala., presided at the punch bowl. The bride's table was kept by Mrs. Walt Bush of Hartford, Ala., and Mrs. Rubye Higgins of Marianna. Miss Kathy Bush, cousin of the bride, was in charge of the rice bags. The bridegroom's cake was served by Mrs. Joe Bennett, Mrs. Jack Bell and Mrs. John Evans. For traveling the bride chose a pink plaid skirt and Eisenhower jacket over a matching pinkshell, accompanied by white accessories. The bride is a 1970 graduate of Rutherford High School and attended the University of Wisconsin for two years. 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