Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on March 4, 1973 · Page 12
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• fage 2B 1VEW8HERALD, Panama City, Florida, Sunday, March 4, ANNUAL SERVICE RECOGNITION CEREMONIES — Mrs. Jack Godfrey presents a service pin to Mrs. Dorothy Spahr for 10,000 or more hours in volunteer service at Memorial Hospital of Bay County ROMANCE^ OF BIRTHSTONES at the annual awards banquet. The volunteers were awardod pins for 2,000, 1,000 or 100 or more hours service at the banquet held in the cafeteria and sponsored for the first time this year by the hospital administration. Volunteers are shown in the second photo watching the ceremonial and the third photo, at the speaker's table, is left to right, Mrs. Dean Bozeman, volunteer; Mrs. Mary Pardy, president of the auxiliary; Jim Hallmark, administrator, Mrs. Jack Godfrey, director; and Mrs. I. R. Culbreth, mistress of ceremonies for the awards banquet. Awards Banquet Honors Volunteers TMBCH'S BIRTHSTONES/ 4*1 The annual Awards Banquet of Memorial Hospital of Bay County Auxiliary was held in the cafeteria of the hospital. It was the first time in the history of the awards-presenting event that the festive affair was sponsored by the administration. Special Invited guests Included the board of trustees, the administrator, Jim Hallmark and W. F. Harrison, assistant administrator of building. Mrs. I. R. Culbreth served as mistress of ceremonies and introduced the featured speaker, Jim Hallmark, administrator. The response was given by Mrs. Mary Pardy, president of the auxiliary. The volunteers were highly commended by the administrator for their services to the hospital and during his talk he commented that "The hospital could not go on without the volunteers. They save untold amounts of money by contributing their time and services to the hospital and its administration,-' Hallmark stated. Mrs. Jack Godfrey, director of the hospital, who presented the service pins, announced that the most hours numbering over 10,000 were served by .Mrs. Dorothy Spahr. She said, "Mrs. Spahr has served not only the most hours, but has contributed money as well as time to the hospital administration in services." Mrs. Godfrey also announced her retirement and subsequent , termination of a "long and pleasant service at the hospital.' She received a round of applause from her c o-workers and volunteers who wished her a "happy re­ tirement and expressed their regrets over her departure. Volunteer members serving 2,000 hours or more and receiving pins were Mary Pardy, . Dean Bozeman, Ruby Cooper, Carlyn Daffin, Vera FogTe, Norma Garrison, Rita Nelms, Mrs. Soutter, Laura Jenkins. Serving a total of 1,000 hours or more and receiving pins were Mary Crowley, Mary Edwards, Mewel Harding, Frances Scott, Sue Cooper, Bertha Watts, Stella Barefield, Nancy Clark and Sue Lee. Volunteers serving 100 hours or more in 1972 include, Mary Anderson, Gwyn Anderson, M a r i on Barnes, Barbara Brodnax, Wilma Brown, Nell Bullock, Maxine Colmery, Jean Dixon, Janie Daffin, Grace Elzea, Emma Erwin, Lyda Fishel, Betty Freidman, Margaret Fields, Marie Guest, Iris Hall, Audrey Jackson, Ruth Johnston, Liz Johnson, Ouida Lee, Dottie Leslie, Bill McQuagge, Katherine Mixon, Ouida Mills, Margaret Parker, Virginia Pearson, W. J. Pearson, C. C. Price, Willie Mae Pollock, Dot Pringle, Margaret Reaume, Betty Rogers, Charlotte Simpson, Jean Smith, Irene Toski, Pansy Vickers and Ad Williams. REMEMBER: OPEN HOUSE AND SUN REGISTRATION OF NEW STUDENTS, TODAY MARCH 4,2:00-5:00 P.M. AT OUR BEAUTIFUL NEW FACILITY, CARTER GYMNASTICS SCHOOL 2046N.SHERMAN AVE. 769-1741 OR 769-0501 The color of ttoAqnamarine lias been Keened to a thousand leagues of sunlit sea imprisoned in a cup. Supposed to sharpen the intellect and grant courage, the Egyptians placed their courts of law and their battle fields under its protection. The Bloodstone Is the companion Hrfhsttmo for March. Worn by men, ft is often carved with monograms, initials or crests. Wear your birfhstone for Jfljfk fashion and good fortune ^jM? 562 HARRISON BRIDAL EVENT — A shower honoring Miss Tillie Anderson, March bride- elect, was a recent event in the home of Mrs. Sara Jay, with co-hostesses, Mrs. Edith Thames, Mrs. Genevieve Pumphrey, Mrs. Irene Kimbrough, and Mrs. Irene Toske assisting. Shown here is the nonoree, Miss Anderson, center, her mother, Mrs. Virgil Anderson, at left and Mrs. Alice Oliver, mother of the bridegroom-to-be. • Miss Anderson Complimented PARKWAY CERAMIC CENTER E. Hwy. 98 By Pass in Parker 2nd ANNIVERSARY SALE STOREWIDE O SALE PAINTS, CREENWARE, SLIP, ETC. THIS WEEK ONLY HOURS* MONDAY,WEDNESDAY Q TA A MUUKS . FRI, ( SATURDAY V TU 0 TUESDAY OtAO THURSDAY " -I U 'T HOME FURNISHING SPECIAL MONDAY ONLY TAPESTRY-WEAVE "AMERICAN EAGLE" ROCKER SET 6 44 regularly $9 Makes the rocker the most-sought-after chair in the house. Extra-generous kapok filling, covered button dimple tufts. Natural -tone textured cotton with traditional spread-eagle motif reverses to red, avocado or gold. Our own "State Pride". Miss Tillie Anderson, March bride-elect, was honored with a miscellaneous shower in the home of Sara Jay, 3011 W. 30th Court. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Jay, Mrs. Edith Thames, Mrs. Genevieve Phumphrey, Mrs. Irene Kimbrough, and Mrs. Irene Toske. The honpree was attired in a white blouse and a floor-length Scotch plaid skirt. She wore a corsage of yellow daisies. Mrs. Mary Anderson, mother of the bride-elect, wore a pink blouse, a pink floral long skirt and a pink carnation corsage. The bridegroom-elect's mother chose a pink and blue floral floor-length dress with a pink carnation corsage. The hostesses presented Miss Anderson with an electric skillet as a wedding gift. She will be married March 17 at 3 p.m. to Robert L. Olivpr in St. John's Catholic Church. ENTERTAINED — Tina . Easterwood celebrated her 7th birthday at a skating party held in her honor. Joining Tina in the fun were 20 friends from her first grade class. Cake, ice cream and drinks were served. The birthday girl is the daughter of Maj. and Mrs. Douglas H. Easterwood, College Point </) iohnnv taking a fancy to plaid with a spring zing Johnny has a kn ctck for all the right colors. An d they're all here,te amed u p in a plaid suit th at's all-right in all ways. It's tailored in 100% Dacron Double Knit polyester, Styling has the all-right Carson character, with smart body shaping, slanted flap pockets, and deep side vents. Pick the plaid Johnny prefers. $11500 560 HAflUSONAVE. PHONE 769-1456

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