Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 23, 1974 · Page 13
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 13

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Sunday, June 23, 1974
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nwS'rtfc/KALO, Panama My, f'la., Sunday, .tunc 23, Wii ) Miss Panama City 1973-74 ELEGANCE PERSONIFIED MISS PANAMA CITY 1968-69 Carol Still Moody AT EASE MISS PANAMA CITY 1969-70 Diane Bass Clifton Sue Spring, as she was crowned Miss Panama City City last year. To Compete For Miss Florida Sue Spring, Miss Panama City for 1973-74 is getting ready to leave for the Miss Florida Pageant in Orlando. The pageant is June 23-30th with the finals on Saturday, June 29. Sue, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Spring Lynn Haven, has an older brother and two younger sisters who are all backing Sue as the future "Miss Florida.' Miss Panama City graduated this year from Gulf Coast Community College with an Associate of Arts degree. She graduated magna cum laude and was awarded a Presidential scholarship to complete her bachelor's degree at the University of West Florida. After her graduation she hopes to obtain her master's degree from the Pratt Institute in fine arts. The contestants in the Miss Florida Pageant have a heavy schedule for the upcoming week. Sunday after arriving in Orlando and registering. Sue will meet the press and attend a social to meet the other contestants. Monday the contestants will visit Sea World and pose for swimsuit pictures. That evening the contestants will meet the Miss Florida Patrons at a (See Miss Panama City Page7B) Ludelle Brannon, Women's Editor MISS PANAMA CITY 1971-72 Debbie Callaway MISS PANAMA CITY 1972-73 Carol Harrison MISS PANAMA CITY 1967-68 Linda Fills Dorm an MISS PANAMA CITY 1970-71 Jo Lynn Pijot Durrance THE GIRL NEXT DOOR Carol Harrison She was third runnerup in Miss Florida pageant

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