Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on February 18, 1973 · Page 41
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 41

Panama City, Florida
Issue Date:
Sunday, February 18, 1973
Page 41
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Miss Teresa White Couple Engaged Th» engagement and approaching mArriage of Teresa White to Lawrence George Kaeding has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel A. White, of Orange Park. Larry is Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Kaeding, K13 Mound Avenue, Panama City. The bride-elect is completing her studies as a medical technician, in Jacksonville. The bridegroom-elect is a graduate of Bay High School, Gulf Coast Community College, and Florida State University. He is employed as a computer programmer with the Prudential Insurance Company In JacksonviUe. The wedding will take place Mar. 24 at 3 p.m. with a nuptial mass at St. Catherine's Catholic Church in Orange Park, Jacksonville. A reception and buffet will follow at the Candlelight Restaurant, Naval Air Station, Jacksonville. Homecoming Held At Chlpala Banquet The Chipola Junior College Alumni Association had its combined annual business meeting and banquet in the college cafeteria with President Patricia Bedsole Mathis presiding. The alumni and guests were welcomed to the campus for homecoming by Dr. Raymond M. Deming, President of the college. The invocation was given by the Reverend Chester H. Pelt. Special music was rendered by Miss Pam Smith, a music major at Chipola. The members were informed that the Association is incorporated The certificate of incorporation of Chipola Alumni Association, Incorporated was prepared by a graduate of Chipola. Mr. John Roberts of Roberts and Sheffield. Appreciation was expressed on behalf of the As- lociation to Mr. Roberts. The Faculty-Alumni Association Foundation Committee was appointed by the president. Serving on the committee will be Earl Carroll, chairman, B. J. Bateman. Joyner Sims, Roger Matfaig and Jerry Glass. The First Chapter of the As­ sociation wiU be organized in Tallahassee. Jerry Glass has agreed to serve as liaison officer. All Chipola alunmi livii^ in or near Tallahassee are invited to join the Tallahassee group by sending their name and address to Mr. Glass or contacting the Alumni office at Chipola Junior College Marianna, Florida. The Association is eager to establish other centers where interest exists. The 1973-74 officers were elected as follows: President — Patricia Mathis, Vice-President— Thorns Stadsklev Secretary — Earl Carroll, Treasurer — Fauline Mathis, Directors, Robert Crisp, Robert Bateman. Helen Basford. Continuing as Directors — John Roberts, Glenn Walden, B. J. Bateman, Jr, Hayes Everett, C1 e a t u 8 Toole Lawrence Mathis, Paul Braxton, Dh«c- tors completing tfieir term of office are Richard Lawrence, Ronald Thompson, and Harold Galemeau. Funds are still needed to complete the Dr. Ned L. Haven Soholarhsip. Contributions should be mailed to the alumni office. nESAVINCSMECREATHERE • COATS • DRESSES • LONG DRESSES • PANT SUITS OFF 3-15 JR, 6-20 MISSES 2414 HALF SIZE BANKAMBHCMIL Dahlia 4 Sti^fcSkop: aCmwhiH UislliiH IHhSHtl Brief Social Notes mswS-HERALD, Paauna CMr, FU.. trndaj, T^mmrj U, ITS •B Conservation Department The Conservation Depnrt- ment of the Panama City Woman's Club will have a Panama City Beach Field Trip Thursday, Feb. 2?, acc o r d i n g to a department spokesman. All members are asked to meet at the Sheraton Inn, promptly at 9 :.30 a.m. to leave for the tour and view the many different points of interest along the beach area. The tour will climax with a visit at the home of the greatest conservationist in the beach neighborhood, a surprise to the members and guests. Luncheon will follow at 12:30 p.m. Mrs. Joseph Pope, chair­ man and Mrs. J. M. McElvey, program chairman, urge all members to attend. Area Student Okaloosa-Walton Junior College student John E. Watson, Jr. has been awarded a College entrance Examination Board upper-division scholarship for members of minority groups, according to officials at the College. Watson traces his origins to the Creek Indian tribe. Watson, who is scheduled to graduate from OWJC at the end of the Winter Semester, plans to^ attend the University of West Florida or Troy State University to pursue majors in History and Psychology. He is presently a full-time student at OWJC attending evening classes. NCOA Club Auxiliary The I adies Auxiliary of the NCOA of Tyndall Air Force Base met recently in Building No. 11216, Tyndall Air Force Base. The members changed their nsme from the "Misfit.<!" to "The Miracle Stripettes." The name is associated with the men's club, the Miracle Strip Chapter. The club made plans to sponsor a bake sale Feb. 17 in front of Sears downtown. All proceeds will be donated to a worthy cause. After a short business meeting, members were served strawberry cake baked by Barbara LeCroy and coffee made hy Oberia Hawkms. FIFTY YEAR SWEETHEARTS — Mr. and Mrs, L. D. Hewett celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary with a reception at Daffin Park Clubhouse. Hosting the affair were their children; Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Hewett of Ma­ con, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles StoilS^ of Macon, Ga. and Mr. and Mrs. Biff^ Hewett of Panama City. Over 100 friends and relatives were present to honor the couple. ,1 PRICES CUT25%ro75% CROUP III Great Buys for Sprin Summer! CROUP IV Terrific Styles, Colors Savinqs. C*O0p 1^ 9ond IB', I '1 • M .'iS M Sift! DO YOU HAVE A CHARGE? Grants the more for your moneysworth store PiuiJUMPimw. i5iiSr.Piuyimcin,fu^ eHANOBAGS eHOSIERy eJEWEtRY , •BBLTI •HMRORNMyenV eMORi

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