Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 16, 1973 · Page 21
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 21

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, September 16, 1973
Page 21
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Marriage Vows Unite Haggerty-Crews Rchccca Ami IlanKciiy aiul Joseph Woslcy Crews Jr. wiTo iinitt'd in inai ria^c Auf,'. 17 ill tlic SpriiiKfifld Biiptisl Cliiiifh. Tiic ilcv. LeRoy Ciiewiiing officiated the coromoiiy. The hride is the daiij,'litei' of MSti\. aiul Mi's. Cliarl'es HaKK 'T 'ty of 'raiiipa. The parents of the Iji'idesrooni are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crews of Panama City, Musie for llii; ceremony was provided by organist, Miss Fatti Mills anil .soloist .leff Aiidlcr presented cho.sen .selections. Cliven in inaniaKC l)y lier father, the hride wore; a formal white weddiUK i^owii of I'hilippine lace. The allovcr lace was fashioned in an empire style with the neckline fijiilhered into a hinh rise linK collar encrnsled with iridescent heads. The ionj( lace sleeves were lif ,'htly Kiithered into cuffs featuririf^' the iridescent GROTONE Now the only name you need to know for total Lawn & Garden Care hearlin^', which a accented the waistline. The loiif^ lac<' train fell f,'racefully from the shoulder and a two tiered veil of illiisio/? was attached to ;i pe;ir'l encrnsled crown. She carried a [iihie liniuf^hl from the Holy I.and covered with a cascade i)ou(tuet of roses and carnations. Miss .Jenny Hai^Kcrty served hei' sister as maid of h 0 n or. Serving f « hridesniaid was Mrs. Marilyn Bishop, sister of (he hridef^room. Miss Uaf^Kf'ily wore a lonf^ hlue satin gown accented with white lace amdaccented her ensemble with a blue pearl necklace. She carried a bouquet of l)luo tinted carnation.s. The Philippine laco edged the hemline of the gown and the neckline. The b r i d e s m I'i i d wore a companion ensemble to the maid of honoi''s attire. The lace for all the costumes was brought from the Philippines during llu' liride'sslay there with her parents on a tour of duty. 'fhe bridegroom his father, Joe Crews as best man. Ushers were CIcnn Collins, f', Benny llaggci'ty and llicky llaggcrly. 'I'he mother of the bride wore a long peach c:ulored gown of lace with a corsage of pink roses. The motlier of the bridegroom chose a [link double knit dress and complei7ionted hei- ensf.'mble with a corsage of pink ruses. A reception was held in the church fellowship hall hosted by the family of the bride. Mrs. Ricky Nel.son kept the bride's book. Miss Margar'cl Sodcrquist and Karen Kelley presided at the punch bowl. Presiding over the bride's talile were Mrs. Troy Chappell and Mrs. Thelma Bryant. Mrs. Ira Hill directed the wedding and reception. Proven Pellitized Super Plant Foods New...Pesticides and Nutritionals Gro-Tone's complete line of quality Super Plant Foods, Pesticides and Nutritionals have Special Formulas for , Florida, so they do a beautiful job. Ask your dealer for the helpful new Gro- Tone Florida Lawn and Garden Guide. It's FREE. QUALITY BY KIZRR McGElE CHEMICAL CORP Giu-Toiio aiKl tlovuilcal .|,;si.)n Ho.j LI S P,il Oil Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wesley Crews Jr. Camel Tan Leather $22.00 GREAT CREPES Smart going on soft crepe soles. A great way to look with fhe latest sportswear. Ton Suode Green Suede All. I'I:NAI.,I<) SIIOI.S AUb; MADb IN AMI'MICA. /)/fr//?cr/t/f /^oprivf/iR SIADIS, INC. (•'or' tra veliiig on a w<'dding lri|> to Disney World, Ihc bride wore a bhack and white dress with matchinfi black jacket al.s(j with matching acce .s.sories. She wor*- while rose corsage from fjoiKjuet. The hride graduated from Robert E. High .School in Montgomery Ala., in I!)71. T h e b r' i d c g r o o rri graduated at Rulherfor'd in 1070 and is presently attending Gulf Coast community College. He is (.'mployed with Sunshine Cjr<)(;(!ry Stores. Mr. and Mrs. Crews will make theii' home at 'M\ N. Cedar l^ane. Out of town guests for tfie Haggerty-Crews wedding include Mr's. IJavid Poike, Brenda and Pam; Mr. and Mrs, llarr-y Neel, all of Montgomery; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pott, Groveland, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holland, Fort Walton; Daine Causey, Mr. David Montgomery, both of Montgomei-y; and Mr. ,Jeff '' )ardener, North Foi'ostville, :vld. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Spence and Keith of DeFuniak Springs, Mrs. Larry Bass, Mrs. Lawrence Hobbs, both of Pensacola; Mrs. James F. Crews, Florence, Ala.; and Mr. Jimmy Crews of Peasacola. Hanging Baskets Ornamental Hanging baskets can add beauty and coolness to your landscape, .says Dr. E. W. McElwee, ornamental horticulturist, Florida Cooperative Extension Service. "Hanging baskets, made with almost any kind of container imaginable, provide attractive landscape accents and are easy to make," says Dr. McElwee. To prepare the basket, use a well-draining potting soil and leave a two inch space between the soil line and the top of the basket for watering. Wire baskets should first be lined with a material that will hold the soil, such as sphagnum moss. Plants should be placed at the same depth at which they were previously grown. Immediately after planting, the basket should be thoroughly soaked in a tub of water. "Because hanging baskets are exposed to dry, hot air on all sides during the summer, they do much better in the shade. They also require daily watering during hot summer weather," advises Dr. McElwee. The most convenient watering method is immersing the basket in a tub of water; however, this might break or damage plants drooping below the basket edge. Regardless of the method, always water thoroughly. Hanging basket plants need regular feeding to replace nutrients that are washed out of the .soil. As soon as the plants ai'e established and growing, they should be given a complete, liquid, houseplant fei'tilizer- Gospel Sing To Feature Old Favorites The Gosijel Sing to he held Friday, Sept. 21 at the Civic Auditorium at 7:,'}0 p.m. is shaping up to be one of the best ever presented in Panama City, according to program sponsors. Tire Hopper Brothers and Connie have been added to the iUready impressive talents of the The Inspirations, The Le Fevres, The Dixie Echos, and C, C, T(x)le and The Ambassadors. Spon.sois of the Gospel Sing are the BcncvolenI Patriotic Order of the Does with proceeds going to the Harry-Anna Crippled Children 's Hospital. Advance tickets ;ire $;iaii(l may be purchased from l^oes at the shopping centers on Saturday, Sept. If), from 11 a.m. tor)j).m. as well as at Pyrofax Gas at 'iOlfi W. 1511) St. and other locations throughout the city. Tickets may also be ordered by calling 7();i-;).'),'l,') or 7()3-1083. Tickcis will be $;iriO at the dooi' the day of the performance, so tho,, Does remind all gosju'l enthusiasts to save money by purchasing their tickets in advance. NKWS-IIKUAM), Piiimrnii City, Vhi., Siiiidiiy. Scptornhi-r Hi. lira TIIK*' 9« Oelchompr Bonus Specials and Every Day Low Prices Prices Ef fee five af ail Oe/c/iamps Sepf. 16 18, 1973 OPEN SUNDAY 9 A.Mr7 P.M. EVERY DAY LOW MEAT PRICES Tender, Flavorful Full Cut 8 9 Round Steak Tender & Juicy SIRLOIN STEAK Bone*ln LB. LB. 89 Bone-In... • LB. 100% Pure Fresh Ground Beef

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