Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on February 13, 1973 · Page 7
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Beach Sweetheart Winner Selected The sweetheart of the Beach was crowned Saturday night at the Panama City Beach Civic Center amid an evening of pageantry, music, entertainment, and formal dress parade as the climax of the sixth annual event. After close judging to select the winner from the 23 beautiful contestants vying for the crown and title of Beach What To Keep Or Throw Away By BETTY CANAKY It Js my experience that children will listen to reason if a parent presents a request in a calm and dignified manner. Therefore, when I suggested to my daughter that it was more reasonable for her to clean her closets than to expect us to have braces built under the floor, she agreed. To show that my heart ( and my mind) was in the right place, I offered to help her. We screed at the onset about saving the soft drink can with a French label for her friend wlio saves soft drink cans. Then we bogged down. She coiild't bear to part with a size-4 Bustor brown shirt. (It was my favorite when I was in kindergarten!) How could she give up the broI<en bird-on-the-a-cane she had won at the school carnival in first grade? And all her pictures from summer art class — "It was the year I broke my ankle, remember, and you had to carry me back and forth and..." Did I really believe she could give away those Barbie clothes' Did T really think she could live without all four leddy bears; the one with no ears,' the one. without a nose, the one with the broken eye and the one who sadly enough had been run over by a car? How (.ould I expect her to exist wifhout those 15 candy boxes filled with hair barrettes? Was I such a tyrant, to force her to throw away her collec-- tion of sand cf>stinj;s? Not that she cotilri tell what any of them represented, but, still... The little trunk \vilh the side caved in? Some dav perhaps she could fix it and cover it with wallpaper. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.l sweetheart, Debra Coggins, daughter of Lt. Col. (ret) and Mrs. T. M. Coggins, 702 Lullwater Beach Drive, was crowned the winner by the 1972 Sweetheart of the Beach, Miss Virginia Avery. Miss Julie Hilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilton of Colony Clubs Estates, was named first runnerup. Second runnerup was Miss Debbie Bradford, [ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Larry Bradford. The Miss Congeniality honor went to Miss Gaye Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Becker. The title winner of the competition, Miss Coggins, won first place in both the bathing suit and sportswear competition and Miss Hilton won first place inth«» formal evening gown event. In addition to her title as Sweetheart of the Beach, the new queen received a bouquet of red carnations, a scholarship to Gulf Coast Community College and a number of bonus gifts from beach businessmen. Don McCoy, owner of the Genie Radio station emceecl the event and Don Dupree of Playground Music presented musical selections and played the ceremonial music, Bert Repine's special composition, the pageant song once again this year for the title winner of Sweetheart. Living/Society iVEW8-HEBALX>, Panama City, Fla., Tuesday, February 13, 1973 Page 7A NCOA Wives Club Calendar Officials of the Tyndall NCO Wives Club have annnimced the club calendar for the upcoming weelo. On Valentine's Day the group will meet at the NCO Club to honor members who have birthdays during the month of February. The meeting will begin at 11 a.m. A social meeting is sclifid- uled Feb. 21 at the club, disc beginning at 11 a.m., with the Hail and Farewell Coffee slated at 9:30 a.m., Feb. 28, also at the club. The March calendar includes the business meeting at noon, March 7; Birthday Social, March 14 at 11 a.m.; and a social featuring a fashion show from the Girl Triend, March 21 at 11 a.m. Com­ pleting the month's activities will be the Hail and Farewell Coffee March 28 at 9:.30 a. m. All club members and 'vives of noncommissioned officers at Tyndall are cordially invited to attend these meetings and socials. Club members are also reminded of the Valentine Ball Friday evening beginning at 6:30 p .m. at the NCO Club. The Ways and Means committee is also making plans to hold a Fashion Show on the evening of March 2. Models are needed for these functions and interested members siiould contact Mrs. Theda Fry, DR. J. STEVEN SMITH announces his association with DR. G.T. NEWBERRY AND DR. R.E. HOSEA in the practice of Optometry 470 Horrison Ave Hours 8 :30 - 5i30 Telephone 769-1686 m SHE'S A SWEETHEART - Miss Debra Coggins, 17-year-old daughter of Lt. Col. (Ret) and Mrs. T. M. Coggins, 702 Lullwater Drive, is the winner of the sixth annual Sweetheart of the Beach contest held Saturday night at the Beach Civic Center, sponsored by the Beach Women's Civic Club. Wearing her crown and a smile, she poses with Miss Julie Hilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilton, first runnerup. Introducing Tara Lynn Ogren SSgt. and Mrs. Thomas W. Ogren of 261? A Polk, Tyndall announce the birth of their daughter, Tara Lynn. Tara was born Nov. 29, 1972 at Bay Memorial Hospital and weighed seven pounds and 12 and one half ounces. Tara has one hroiher, Scottie. BIGGEST VALENTINE OF ALL - Valentines are symbolic of the happy hearl and healthy hearts are happy hearts. Students here are being instructed on the important role they can play in the fight against heart disease. Mrs. Reba Davis, director of the Heart Fund campaign, tells the third grade class of Mrs. Carol Johnson at Hiland Pai-k School how they can help. An unofficial goal of ten cents per student has been set but every penny counts, the director reminded. We make a LOVELY COUPtE It takes two to make a tandem go... and a good bank is in tandemmth its customers. Without them, we just wouldn't have go-power! For this reason we have set aside this appropriate period around StVakntine'sDayasour "Customer Appreciation Time"... to cortvo' our thanks and let you know how very important you are to us, and how much we appreciate your patronage. Thank you for toking with us! lAT NATIONAL BANK & TRUST CO, MtmberF.D.LC. Panama City, FIcif HEART ACTION FOR STUDENTS A. D. Richbourg, principal of Hiland Park Elementary School introduces Mrs. Reba Davis, heart director, to the fourth grade students of Mrs. Cynthia Manet. Monica Kays holds the heart symbol while Mrs. Davis explains risk factors in heart disease and how students can help with a vol­ untary gift to the heart fund for research and service programs. On Valentine's day, symbolic of happy hearts, students who participate will be given lapel pins to wear. Each student is asked to seal his gift in an envelope provided and return it to the principal. Monica is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kays, 3011 Clearview. by. HELEN KRUSJ^ If you thought you hav* t*»n •vtryfhing in th« way of knit>~thlnlc ogoinl Thtrt's another lypa of knit coming Into our livti. And 1h* prtdictiont or* that w« will love It. 7hit new knit ii a blending of polyeiter, which It the fabric man/ kniti have been made of recently, and our old friend, wool. _ Seemi that wool odd* a certain luxurleut draping and comfort to th» knit which hot been locking. Alw it wilt be leu likeiy to tnag. Were told that men are the first luck/ onei to be able to bu/ this new blend, with several major brands now producing H. But it won't be long beforo women con buy it. too On* nic* thing about th« new knits It the wo/ it uncomplicotes your life. H nMdt drycl«aning>io no more o^onixing decisions about woihing a gormont, be- cousa that woihable label will be gone. I'm sure we'll all welcome back wonderful wooll 417 Q RACE AVfiE/ Quaint Customs In England, whiere Valentine's Day lias been celebrated since the 15tli century, its observance is marlied by some curious local custotns, A researcher of greeting cards says tlia) in some Derbyshire farming villages girls peep througli the front door keyhole on Valentine's Day morning, hoping to see a coclt and a hen outside. If they are there, the girl supposedly will be married within a year. In Her­ tfordshire, north of London, wreaths of flowers and halfpennies traditionally are given to children on Valentine's Day. In earlier times, English girls would write their names on hoarc-shaped slips of paper and put them in a jar on Valentine's Day. Each young man in the comt/iunity then drew out a name find pinned it to his sleeve. 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