Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 16, 1973 · Page 22
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 22

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, September 16, 1973
Page 22
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ini; M \\vHKK.\IJ),l'iuiiimaCil.v.l'la.,Sii.,.i:.> S-plcmlMT Kl. 1!)7:{ Miss Lucas Bride OfRichason \'ous were spoken hy r;in(ll(>li^hl ulicii Miss Joyce Aniii' I.iicas ;in(i Steven Kiine Rieliason wviv united in marriafie, Krid.ix' Auj;. 2-1, at 7 p.m. in the ('aJlauay Ciunch with llie Rev. Hill Mont^joniery olficiatinfi tlie (ioiii)le finj ,'ciM 'eniony. Tli(> liriiie is the (i;nij;lilei- of Mi's. Mai'ian B. Lucas the late Deuitt (). I-iicas. Parents of the l)riiie>;i'oom are Mr. and ^h•s. F. Riciiar.son, 2()tiiSt. Mrs. Susan TiirnaKc, sister of tlie bride, prov-ided ori^'an selections for the cefcniony, The bride fii\en in m a r r i a a e 1) y ii e r h r 0 t li e r - i n -1 a w , Don Turnai^c, wore a formal wedding ,u;own of silk organza with a high-rise neckline and featuring sheer Juliette sleeves, with ribbon lace around the sleeves, cuff and neckline. The dress featured tiny ple.its at the htMiiline and an empire waistline. She wore a Juliette cap covt'red with white daisies anil a slioiikiiM' length veil of illusion with daisies framing the faci> on the veil. lh >r liridal flowers were uhite daisies, roses, and h a b y ' s b r e a t h w i t h removable roses in the center of the arrangcMuents, to present to the bride's mother as she approaches and departs. Mi-s. Rhoiiwyn Geig(>r of Pensacola, ser\'ed the bride as matron of honor. Mrs. Geiger wore a floor length (lotted swiss gown of yellow with an empire waistline and sheer bishop sleeves trimmed in white lace. Her flowers were white daisies with yellow ribbon interwoven and baby's breath. o Mr. and Mrs. Steven Kane Riehason COME ABOARD FOR 'ALLYOU CAN EAT' SHRIMP SUN. n A.M. TO 6 P.M. DINNERS MON. - SAT. 7:30 A.M. TO 10 P.M. Golden breaded shrimp fried to perfection! Served with French Fries, tartar sauce, roll and butter. Delicious! BRING THiWHOLi FAMILY! G/tad Ci^ the more for your moneysworth store Miss Lucy Howell of Bdiiifay, gowned in a dress of blue fashioned after the honor attendant's served as bridesmaid. Her flowers were white daisies and baby's breath also with blue i-il)bon interwoven. Miss Allison Kaye Turnage, niece of the bride served as flowergirl. Lee F. Rii'liarson, fa titer of the bridegroom served his son as man. Charlie Hollman served as usher along with Tom Geiger of Pensacola. . The mother of tlie bride wore a floor length A-line mint green gown with sheer sleeves and jeweled trim on the neckline and bodice top. She complemented her ensemble with a corsage. The mother of the bridegroom wore a floor length, A-line, yellow lutesong gown with full length gathered sleeves into a wide cuff featuring jeweled trim and self belt. She also • wore a complementary corsage. A reception was held in the fellowship hall of the Callaway Baptist Church, hosted by the mother of the bride. The bride and bridegroom and their parents foriTied the receiving line to greet the guests. Mrs. Mary Bryant of Tallahassee kept the bride's book. Mrs. Linda Spears and Mrs. Linda VVilliains, presided at the punch bowl. Mrs. Lois Pitts and Mrs. Irene Womble, served from the bride's cake table. ^^-^r^'-L Popular music recorded " - '"• Richal•son was given Thursday hi' fore the w e (I (I i n g I) >• I li e bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee V. Hicharsoii, at the Harbor House, following thi> couple's wedding rehenisal a I Callaway l^aptist Ciiurch. The table was centered with an ari '.uigement of the bride 's favorite daisies and yellow candles in double crystal ca nde la bra. Handmade place cai 'ds also featuring daisies showed the guests to tluMi' |)laces. Helping llie couple celebrate were guests on the f(\stive occasion. Out of town guests were Mi's. Mary Bryant of Tallaha.ssee; Lucy Howell and Addison Paul of Bonifay; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Geigei' Pensacola; Mrs. .Ad die Mae Turnage, Soiitage,; Mrs. Cherry Neil, and daughter Wendy April of New York. HARVEST THESE VALUES AT SUNSHINE FOOD STORES FRItNOllfSTSTORfSINTOWN Operafedby SUNSHINE-JR. STORES, INC SUNSHINE LEWIS SAYS: "He merits no thanks who does a kindness for his own ends." PRICES GOOD THRU TUES. SPET. 18, 1973 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED FLA GRADE A WHOLE FRYERS DELICIOUS IN SO MANY WAYS for the background music of CELEBRATES - Shawn the reception was presented , , , • by the bride and Kelly R o d r i q u e z bridegroom. celebrated his first The bride .surprised the birthday Sept. 8 at a party guests by leaving the given at his gi^andparents reception on her wedding |yj^ g,.,^ jy^^.^ 'p •%tS"|rS «e., Johnson. 2403 w; 14,h St! Rutherford High School in He IS the son of Mr. and 1969, Gulf Coast Community Mrs. Robert Rodreguez. College with an associate of He is also the grandson of arts degree in Ifl and j^/j^g j^^,^,^ Alejandro of Universityof West Florida in i M T A ^ 1973 with a degree in early Newark, NJ. A few childhood elementary and friends and relatives elementary education. She attended the birthday made the dean's list in the event. fall of 1972 and the spring of 1973. She is presently employed with Elcan-King Elementary School in Bain bridge, Ga. The bridegroom is a graduate of Bay High School in 1969, Gulf Coast Community College in 1971, Florida State University in 1973 with a B.S. degree and a major in government. He made the dean's list in the winter of 1972 and the spring of 1973. He will continue in FSU for his master's degree in government and is employed in graduate research studies r for the federal government. BEST BIB— Cotton moves to KLHLAKSALDINNLR school-girl fashion that's set A dinner honoring off with a ruffled and cm- bride-elect Miss Joyce Lucas broidered bib front. Super and bridegroom-elect Steven «Jft and comfortalDle. FRYER BREAST OR LEG QUATERS THE FRESHEST PRODUCE LETTUCE RADISHES PEPPER PANAMA PLAZA W. 15TH ST. Give the gift of love A brilliani Koopsako Ring y/ilh ;j pc'flecl conlor diamond See our Bzclusiyo collocl,on o( Keop5;ikf; Diamond Rings, o.'ich porrnanenlly regislerod and prolocled aciainsl loss REDEEMABLE AT SUNSHINE FOOD STORES POTATOES 29 LB. 2 1. 29 MONDAY 0NLY -D0NUTS49 DZ. ^ VALUABLE COUPON ^^^^^-^-if ^ SOFT PROMISE MARGARINE Margarine GIANT SIZE SANTA noSA J2iO QAHBIZOM »1295 f'AOADIS J950 bORITA V300 EMPRES.S JI59J PRICED WITHOUT COUPON 73' EXPIRES 9-18 -737^ V ^r'''* ^ [LIMIT ONE, WITH COUPON AND 7.5O 6 RDE'R ; EXPIRES 9-18 -73 COUPON MAXWELL HOUSE' Coupon M lUCKY GOLD MOON JEWELRY CO. 416 Harrison Ave. Phone 763-3991 Across from Martin Theatre Convenient free parking at rear of stor«<. LIMIT ONE WITH COUPON AND 7.50 ORDER PLEASE • > "P. J<^V<%W *^''"''S 9-18-73 ,T9rt^* .ORANGE JUICE LIMIT 5 WITH COUPON lAND 5.00 ORDER '6 OZ. CANS 00 • EXPIRES 9 -10^73Vt

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