Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 24, 1974 · Page 3
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ue Siudenis Scholarship winners selected by the Junior Service League are Cynthia Lee. Wright, daughter of Mrs f Belty Wright, Michael Cunningham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Turnbull and the late Mr, Harold Cunningham and Tltfi Byrd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Byrd. Cynthia Lee Wright Is attending the University of Florida where she Is taking courses that will apply towards her degree In occupational therapy. She has just Wen assigned to the Medical College of Georgia in Augusta, where she will be going in the fall to work on her degree In Occupational Therapy. Miss Wright was in the top ten at Bay High School, was a Keyette, and a Florida Regent Scholar the year she graduated; also a member of the National Honor Society, a member of Mu Alpha Theta, math honorary; French Club, president and co-editor of the yearbook. At Gulf Coast College, she was on the Dean's list, a member of the Commodoret- teg, and presidents scholarship, and CLEP (college level exam program) enabling her to take two years in one year. At Florida State, Miss Wright was on the Dean's List, S.O.T.A. (Student, Occupational Therapist' Association), an active volunteer at Sunland; "Lend a Hand" helping disabled individuals, such as reading to the blind. Michael Cunningham has just completed his second year at Emory School of Dentistry and is expected to ANNUAL LUNCHEON — Junior Service League hosted a luncheon at the end of the year, honoring scholarship recipients and special guests. Shown here left to right are Mrs. Joyce Moody, provisional chairman; Mrs. Marsha Lewis, devotional chairman; Mrs. June Harrison, president, Mrs. Mary Ann Christo, president-elect; Mrs. Jeri Lloyd, secretary; and Mrs. Carmen Carter scholarship chairman at the annual June Luncheon. LORIE McELHENEY A great deal of publicity has been devoted recently to the plight of the country of Biafra where .thousands of children and adults are dying because of malnutrition. This is hard for Americans to believe, but it is true. Starvation is a way of life in some of the less fortunate countries of the world today. This is a shame because medical science has advanced so far during the last SO years. But all of these achievements will not save people from starvation. Only food can do that. The problem is growing as the population explosion continues. Perhaps someday the world can be united for the health and betterment of all mankind. Our pharmacists are always ready to nil your prescriptions with the utmost care and speed. Bring your prescription to us for compounding. COOPER'S DRUGS, INC. COVE BLVD. & E. HWY. 98 Special COUPON FREE 100 CYNTHIA WRIGHT finish his training in 1975. At Florida State he continued to make excellent grades preparing him for Emory School of Dentistry. At Emory, he was in the top one-fifth of his class. He will continue his schooling this summer at clinic treatment diagnosis and will have his first patient. He is in the Navy Reserve MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM and will attend an orientation program for Navy officers .School at Newport Rhode Island in September. Tim Byrd Is attending Florida State University where he was accepted in the medical program with 37 other students (Chosen out of 500) enabling him to enter his second year medical school In Gainesville at the TIM BYRD University of Florida August 1975. At Florida State he was number one In his class and chosen to be assistant to the instructor, an extreme honor. Mrs. Carmen Carter, scholarship chairman introduced the scholarship winners and made the presentation of awards. Miss Gray Honored I To Meet Tod °y Miss Mae Gray was entertained ; wlth a luncheon' hosted by Mrs. Bruce Colins, Mrs. Harold Deese and Mrs. BillSpecht. Guests were Mrs. David Gray, mother of the honoree, Mrs. Joseph Morris, mother of the bridegroom-to-be, Mrs. Harvey Mathis, Mrs. Gordon Hill, Mrs. Donald Wasson, Mrs. Leonard Gray, Mrs. Robert Mitchell, Mrs. Bums Collins, Mrs. Tomy Durrance of Dayton Beach, Mrs. Joe Morris and Mrs. Carl Collvis of Atlanta. During the luncheon the hostesses presented the honoree with china in her chosen pattern. Miss Gray will become the bride of Rod Morris on July 1 at Wallace Memorial Presbyterian Church. A meeting of the Board of Directors of the Girls Club is scheduled today at the Harbor House at 12 noon. Mrs. Denver Brannon, chairman, requests all members of the board to be present to discuss further plans for the girls club. NATIONWIDE SPA SYSTEM'S 1 8TH YEAR ANNIVERSARY SALE SPECIAL OFFER! Enroll Now TO SAVE SPECIAL SHAPE-UP MEMBERSHIP %iNOW ONLY ?$15 00 • per mo. (Based on Special membership Drive) CALL 785-4693 445 GRACE AVE. open until 9 pm NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Fla., Monday, June 24,1974 Pago 3 Beta Sigma Phi Chapters Name City Council Girl Of Year BY LUDELLE BRANNON Women's Editor Mrs. Jim Thornton, Marge as she is known to her sorority sisters, has set a couple of precedents during her membership with Beta Sigma Phi. An energetic member of Xi Alpha Kappa, Marge pledged in the sorority in November I960, and has just completed nine years of per* feet attendance. She has been Valentine Queen and Girl of the year for chapter. She has served as president three times, two times as chapter president and the third time was Beta Sigma Phi City Council president. Selected by her sisters as one who has worked in sorority over and above her expected duties, and for per- feet attendance, participation, remarkable interest shown and her attitude, and for adding just that little extra something, Marge was named City Council Girl of the Year, the first to be so chosen in Panama City. The selection was made by all nine chapters, who nominated Marge as the first Beta Sigma Phi City Council Girl of the Year. It is a tradition among the sororities to select a Girl of the Year for each chapter, but this is the first time in the history of the Panama City chapters, that a Girl of the Year for City Council has been selected. The other precedent-setting act for which Marge is largely responsible, was the nomination of an Honorary Beta Sigma Phi City Council member for Panama City. During the end-of-the-year banquet, Marge pinned her nominee, Ludelle Brannon, women's editor of the Panama City News-Herald as an Honorary Beta Sigma Phi member. Again, all nine chapters voted on the Honorary member choice. During her work with City Council, Marge also spearheaded the move to form a Beta Sigma Phi blood bank. As extension officer, she was Instrumental (n forming the day time chapter of Beta Sigma Phi, the Pi Chi, HONORED — Marge Thornton was named Beta Sigma Phi City Council Girl of the Year, a first in the Panama City history of the chapters. Here Marge displays her silver tray, a gift for the City Council's Girl of the Year. _ the friendly gesture, which is sorority nomen clature. Born .in Chattanooga, Tenn. and reared In Georgia, which gives her a Southern •background, Marge now loves Panama City. "As a teenager when we drove to the beach, I used to say, 'One day I am going to live here,' All the children in our family loved it here at the beach," Marge related. Marge is married to Jim Thornton, who Is involved in construction business. They still have one child at home, 14-year-old Joyce, a sophomore at Mosley. As a family they love boating and fishing and dancing. Husband Jim enjoys all the socials the sororities have and is always asking when the next one will be, according to Marge. Marge's big thing at home Is gardening. A homemaker, she enjoys handcrafts, and does some decoupage among other things, but her main interest is people, she says. She has lived in Panama City for 21 years and when she worked away from home was a receptionist and office assistant. She is a member of the St. Andrew Baptist Church and Sunday School and the WMU. Marge will not rest on her laurels, however, the new year In sorority sees her in the job of vice president of city council which will keep her very busy. Setting Trick Controlling fly-away ends after blowing hair dry can be a problem. Try spraying a cotton ball with spray or set lotion and gently smooth it over the problem hairs. Camisole Cutie Camisoles can be the prettiest underpinnings to be seen under a see-through blouse this summer. 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