Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 16, 1973 · Page 20
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 20

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, September 16, 1973
Page 20
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rase SB NKWS-IIKK.VIJ). I'aiinniu City, Kla.. Siiixlay Scptnnber IB, 197H Watkins, Curran United Wedding vows uniting Miss Ruby Kay (Katy) •Watkiris and Daniel Robert C u r r a n 1 marriage were spoken before a palm embanked altar backed by cathedral candelabra forming an arch accented by bridal flowers in all standards. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. J.A. Corneilsoii, Aug. 24 at 6 p.m. in the First Baptist Church of Lvnn Haven. Candlelight enhanced the vows. Mrs. Shirley Barnes, organist, presented the nuptial music and accompanied Mrs. Sue Perry, soloist, as she sang lie's chosen / the c 0 u pI .selection. The bride was given in niari-iagc by her father. Slie Mrs.Pugh M. Watkins, 71.5 Virginia Ave. and parents of. Virginia Ave. and parents of the bridegroom are Mi', and Mrs. Robert E. Curran 201 Julia Way, Gulf Breeze. Gowned in sequined acetate nylon chantilace the bride's costume featured full sleeves and a basque bodice with a bustle effect. A demure ruffle edged the high rise neckline and three tiers of lace edged ruffles swept to a chapel train. Peau and lace flower bow clips held the elbow veil of English nylon Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Robert Curran illusion. Her bouquet was a cascade of roses and baby's breath centered by an orchid- Mi-s. Sharron Laster served as matron of honor. She wore a long gown of orchid crepe with empire styling, cap sleeves and pink lace rosebud trim. Miss Barbara Wright, bridesmaid, wore a companion ensemble to the honor attendant's attire and both carried long stenuiied pink mums with greenery and matching ribbons. Gai-y Jorgeson was the best man. Ushers were Van Stiener, Bobby, Dutton, and Billy Skipper, uncle of the bride. The mother of the bride wore a pink crepe A-line gown enhanced by an orchid corsage. The costume of the bridegroom's mother featured a green linen A-line style gown, complemented by an orchid corsage. A reception was held in the social hall of the church, hosted by the parents of the bride. Miss Janice Cogburn greeted the guests, and Miss Kay Lanford kept the bride's book. Presiding over the punchbowl was Mrs. J.W. Dykes, and Mrs. L.C. Skipper and Mrs. Billy Skipper, aunts of the bride, served at the bride's table. For traveling on a wedding trip to an undisclosed! destination, the bride wore a two piece orchid and white print crepe with a sleeveless full length coat. The bride is a graduate of Bay High School. The bridegroom is a graduate of Bowen High School in Chicago, 111. and Gulf Coast College with a degree in Business Management. He is employed in Howard Johnson Motel. The couple is now at home at 1601 Ann Ave. on Panama City Beach. Out of town guests include Mrs. E.B. Gwinn, Fairhope, Ala.; Mrs. Letha Renels and daughter, Marilyn, Pensacola; Mr. and Mrs. L.C. Skipper, Crestview; Mr. and Mrs. Steven Leshyn. of Gulf Breeze; and Mr.and Mrs. David Rhineheart, Gulf Breeze. DERREL'S HAS RIBBING (COTTON OR POLYESTER) FOR SHRINKS SKINNY SHIRTS KNIT "T" SHIRTS DERREL'S HAS OTHER SPECIATY ITEMS SUCH AS WIDE ELASTIC FOR HI-RISE SLACKS NEW SHIPMENT OF COTTON KNIT WITH RIBBING TO MATCH DERRELS SEWING CENTER BANKAMERICARO. LOCATED IN THE GIBSON SHOPPING CENJER 876 W. 11TH. 763-6735 Mr. and Mrs. Donald Leslie Royston Nuptials Unite Mathis-Royston Wedding vows uniting Rhonda Sue Mathis and Donald Leslie Royston were spoken in a double ring, candlelight ceremony in the bride's home. The wedding ceremony was officiated by the Rev. Lamar J. Brown of St. Andrew Methodist Church. The bride is the daughterof Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert P. Mathis of 601 Youpon Road, Panama City Beach. The parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. John T. Royston of 2222 W. 29th Court, Panama City. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a floor length gown of silk organza. The empire bodice featured a scooped neckline of full, long sleeves. Motifs of chantilly lace enhanced by seed pearls were appliqued on the bodice, sleeves, and skirt. The chapel length train of silk organza and chantilly lace was attachea at the neckline. Her veil of illusion was attached to a bow of lace flowers trimmed with aurora crystals of seed pearls. She carried a nosegay of white rosebuds and baby's breath tied with white satin ribbon and streamers tied in love knots. Two Matrons of honor attended the bride; they were Linda Cowles, sister of the bride, of West Palm Beach, and Sheila Rooks, sister of the groom. Both matrons of honor wore floor length peach crepe gowns with scoop necklines and short puffed sleeves. They carried nosegays of shades of peach pompoms and wore matching flower headpieces. The mother of the bride wore a street length pink polyester knit dress with long sheer sleeves. A street length blue crepe dress with matching lace coat was worn by the grooms mother. Mr. John Royston, father' of the groom .served as best man, and the brother of the groom, Jon Lynn Royston served as usher. A reception immediately followed the ceremony at the bride's home. Decorations for the reception area carried out the chosen colors of the bride. The tables were overlaid with peach net trimmed with green ribbon. The bride's table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake embossed with peach spun-sugar roses and topped with a miniature bride and groom. A silver punch bowl was placed on one end of a table and on the other end were silver trays of dainty sandwiches and compotes of nuts and mints. The centerpiece of daisies and baby's breath was flanked with silver candelabra. Mrs. Glenn Hardin greeted the guests and Mrs. Freal Wentworth kept the bride's book. Presiding at the punch bowl was Mrs. George Douglas and Mrs. Cecil Comacho. Mrs Maurice Bynum and Mrs. Frank Mathis presided at the birde's table. Mrs. Henry Dusseault served punch. An aqua knit pants suit was chosen by the bride for her traveling costume, and she wore a white rose bud corsage. After a wedding trip to Tallahassee, the couple returned to their home in Gainesville. The bride is a 1969 graduate of Bay County High . School and graduated in June from the University of Florida with a BA degree in history. She is now teaching in Foft King Middle School in Ocala. The groom is also a graduate of Bay County High School, and is presently a senior at the University of Florida, where he is a residence hall advi.sor. Bridesmaids Luncheon Held A bridemaid's luncheon honoring attendanLs for Mary Jane and Terry Wi-lght Millei' wedding was held in the home of Mrs. John Colmery. A c e n t c I- p i e c e arrangement of yellow and white Shasta daisies complemented the table. Luncheon. guests were Mary Jane Wright,. nee Post; Vicki Parish, matron of honor; and bridesmaids Pam Colmery, Susan Post Ramsey, and Lynda Fleming; Mrs. Richard Post and. Mrs.^ M. N. Yancy; mother and grandmother of the bride; Mrs. Robert B. Miller and Mrs. P. D, Wright, mother and grandmother of the bridegroom and Mrs. John Colmery, hostess. LUNCHEON GUESTS-A bridesmaid's luncheon lionoring tlie bridal party for the Post-Wright wedding was held in the home of Mrs. John Colmery. Shown here are left to right, IVIiss Pan Colmery, Vicki Parish, Lynda Fleming, Susan Ramsey and Mary Jane Post Wright. Family Living Today Franciscan Once a Year Sale! September 16-29,1973 Save $6.05 on 20 piece sets of Earthenware. 12 favorite patterns. Regulariy $41.00, now $34.95. » Save $2.05 on sin^JJc 5 \ )\cvv iicirthcnwnrc Hegulaii i SI 1 00, now |usl $8 95 Save 20% on the 8 serving dishes you use most: sugar with lid, creamer, medium and large vegetables, 1-quart pitcher, salt/ pepper, soup / cereal bowl, salad plate. Save 20% on Madeira Casual Crystal. All 6 regular shapes, except Rancho Ruby. It's the sale you wait all year for. Your one chance all year to save on Franciscan Earthenware and Madeira Casual Crystal. Your best chance all year to start your set or add to it. Come in before the sale ends. W f "^^^0 Your table and your, budget will hoth be happier BANKAMERICARO. introducing tlie new Bernina 830 Whatever she can dream up, the Bernina 830 can make! The new Bernma is her way to Ireedom in fashions It lets her make what she pleases, wear what she likes. Such features as the Bcrnina's super selection of built in stretch stitches mean there is NO major stitch the Bernina 830 cannot sew. The Bernina 830 sews on all fabrics and modern polyesters, from the sheerest lingerie to the heaviest materials. So, no mailer what fashion is on her mind, the new Bernina 830 can make it happen! IF you have a mind for fashion, come to DERREL'S and see, the exciting Bernia 830. DERREL'S SEWING CENTER GIBSON SjHOPPING CENTER 763-6735 NOW OPEN ENROLL NOW FOR SEPTEMBER TERM 7:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. oges M2 YEARS 1338 FLORIDA AVE. AND 14TH STREET • FULL DAY CARE if AFTER SCHOOL CARE • KINDERGARTEN 1^ HOURLY DROP-IN DIAL 265-5626 OR 769-3790 PATRICIA WAITES, DIRECTOR FANAMA CITTS FINEST CHILD CARE CENTER

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