Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 25, 1974 · Page 3
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BRIDAL EVENT — Miss Gayle Hooks, seated, was wood, mother of the bridegroom-to-be. Mrs. A. V. honored at a morning coffee hosted by Mrs. Jim Hooks, mother of the bride-to-be, Mrs. Jimmy Patronis and Mrs. Jimmy Lewis. Shown here at the Lewis, co-hostess; Mrs. Jimmy Patronis, hostess, bridal event are left to right, Mrs. Marcella Green- and in the picture at right, Mrs. W.J. Brennan of Oxford, Ala., and sister of the bride-to-be, is shown registering in the bride's book. Future''Bride Honored INITIATION CEREMONY — New members and returning members were initiatied in special ceremonies at the Pilot Club meeting on Thursday night. Shown here are left to right, Mrs. Thomasine Callaham new president; Mrs. Mary Ola Miller, returning member; Mrs. Laura Landgraf, new member and Mrs. Betty Wright, who conducted the ceremony. A morning coffee honoring July bride-to-be, Miss Gayle Hooks was hosted by Mrs. Jlmmle Patronis and Mrs. Jimmy Lewis in the Patronis home on Kings Drive. Miss Hooks and Jim Greenwood will wed July 13. The 'future bride wore a long morning frock in a dark print with ruffles and wore a white orchid corsage presented by her hostesses. Mrs. Lewis and Mrs. Patronis, hostesses, greeted the guests as they arrived. Mrs. Brenda York registered the guests in the bride's book. Spring flowers of daisies, baby's breath and greenery centered the refreshment which was overlaid in a handmade imported cloth of peach color. An assortment of. Greek pastries, coffee, punch, open faced sandwh- iches and other party delicacies were served the morning guests. Mrs. J'im Brennan, sister of the bride; Mrs. J.L. Burleson, Mrs. Vance Hooks, Mrs. Betty Ereckson and Mrs. George Shumaker assisted the hostesses in serving. A hostess gift featuring a selection of her chosen china was presented the bride-elect. GET 13 LIVING COLOR PORTRAITS FOR $ 5 95 GROUPS $2.00 PER EXTRA PERSON ********** $ 1-8x10 { {. 2-5*7's J .* 10-WALLETS * ********** .1 1 /' '* l WEDNESDAY JUNE 26TK THURSDAY JUNE 27TH PHOTO HOURS: 10 -1 & 2-5 TOP DOLLAR STORES PARKER ON t. BUS, HWY, 98 Pilot Initiation Held In an impressive candlelight initiation one new member, Mrs. Laura Landgraf, and one returning member, Mrs. Mary Ola Miller, were welcolmed into The Pilot Club of Panama City. The ceremony had as its theme "Through serving the Community, friendships grow" and was conducted by Mrs. Betty Wright, who charged Mrs. Landgraf with the responsibilities of a new Pilot, as she lit the candles of Service, Ethics, Kindness, Eternal Laws and Justice. President Thomasine Calaham accepted the new members as she pinned on them a yellow rosebud tied with green ribbon streamers — the Pilot colors. Mrs.Lan- dgraf and Mrs. Miller were then presented to the membership, as they joined the organization of over 18,000 business and executive women all over the world. As the newly elected President of Pilot, Mrs. Callaham conducted the business meeting. The minutes of the last meeting were approved as read by the new Secretary Mrs. Lpucile Volk. Special recognition was accorded Treasurer Sara Larsen by the Audit Committee for an outstanding job. Plans of work for the coming year were presented by the new Coordinators of Division Activities, who are Miss Jewel Williams-Projects Coordinator; Mrs. Norma Hubbard, internal affairs coordinator; and Mrs. Betty Wright, Outreach Coordinator. The highlights of these plans were: continued support of the Girls Club through funds raised from the annual marionette show to be presented this year in February, Mrs. Betty Jo Anderson Show Chairman; a garage sale to be held in October, Miss Velma Southerland and Mrs. Norma Hubbard co-chairman; and continuation of the Safety Bug campaign begun this past year by Miss Jewel Williams. The Pilots will also continue to sponsor the Anchor Clubs of Bay High and Rutherford as well as the newly formed Anchors at Mosley High. Mrs. Becky Castardo is the Anchor Chairman. The next meeting of the Pilot Club will be a dinner meeting Thursday; June 27, 7 p.m. at the Harbour House. There will be a Patriotic program presented by the Projects Committee with Mrs. Billie Mclver in charge. TO STUDY IN SWITZERLAND - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bell Jr. Farewell Party Fetes Couple Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bell, Jr. of Panama City left Miami on June 20 for a summer semester of study and travel in Europe. Mr. Bell is a Business majorat Florida State University. They will join thirty other students and instructors for the trip. In addition to F.S.U. there are representatives from Florida International, Valencia Community College, Miami-Dade Community College and Palm Beach Community College. The group will be housed at and attending the American College of Switzerland at Leysin. Leysin is a picturesque Resort village at the easternmost end of Lake Geneva. Their itinerary includes trips to Rome, Florence, Venice, the Italian and French Riviera, Paris, Amsterdam, Frankfort, Munich, Vienna and the German Rhine Countryside. Friends and family wished them a Bon Voyage with a party Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max Pepmiller on La Paloma Terrace. Social Notes About Folks Mrs. H. Carlton Howard and daughter, Patricia of Coconut Grove visited Andy and Flo Planey and family recently at their home on Baker Court. Friends of Mrs. Era Bell recently of Panama City will be sorry to hear that she is in the Ozark Nursing Home Ozark, Ala. Mrs. Hazel Lewis of Huntsville, Ala., Mrs. Ruby Eichelberger and Mrs. Vivian Lockhart from Birmingham, Ala. and Mrs. Lotis Smith, Mrs. Emmergene Pyle Pensacola, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huebscher of Panama City over the weekend. The Dixie African Violet Society officials were here to consult with Mrs. Huebscher, convention show chairman of the upcoming Violet Show in Tallahassee, annual convention show Feb. 19 to 22. IT'S A BOY! Mr. and Mrs. James F. Joyner of West Bay have announced the arrival of their first born, a boy, named James Franklin Joyner II. He arrived on June 11 and weighed in at 8 lbs. and 8%ozs. Grandparents of the baby boy are Mr. and Mrs. Issac Dykes of Panama City and Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Joyner of West Bay. IT'S A GIRL! Mr. and Mrs. Kenn Davis, 1809 Montana Avenue, Lynn Haven announce the birth of a daughter, Anna Marie, on May 10, 1974, at Bay Memorial Hospital, Panama City. Anna weighed 7 lb. 14oz. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. L.C. McNeil of Panama City and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Keith B. Davis of Mt. Dora. NEWLY ELECTED George Lewis, Chairman of the Board, at Lewis State Bank, announced the election of Mrs. Sharon Hutchison to the position of Assistant Cashier, today. Mrs. Hutchison has been with the bank since June of 1972, and has served as head bookkeeper since October of the same year. Previous to her work with Lewis State, Mrs. Hutchison was head bookkeeper at the Commercial Bank in Panama City, and has eight years of banking experience. Mrs. Hutchison is married to Dan Hutchison, Jr., and has two children, Sheri, 12 and Ski'pper, 10. N.W. FLORIDA'S OLDEST AND MOST COMPLETE UNIFORM SHOP'S ARE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS AT 306 HARRISON AVE. PANAMA CITY GRAND OPENING SOON. RUTH'S UNIFORM SHOPS 306 HARRISON AVENUE PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA "Every Need For The Lady & Gentleman In White" "Clothes Care Comments" By • HELEN K. KRUSE and safe from light to keep the , dress from yellowing. If you're still recovering from If there's ever another bride a wedding in your immediate j n the family, it is ready to be family, you have a lot of loose freshened and wornj if not i» ends to tie up. becomes the bride's first heir- And one is what to do with | oom . As (, f or TU || details, that lovely white dress hanging in the closet. Should it be folded away? Put in a plastic bag • or what? We at Domestic have a special service for this special dress. We clean it, press and place it in a lovely white chest which can be made air-tight Reg. $16 SUMMER PANTS Sale! *8 90 Just arrived! Brand new summer pants from a famous maker. Choose from the newest summery jacquards and solids (including white). 100% polyester knit, and 100% texturized polyester... all machine washable, of course. .liraBAftAVCNUC • Mf MIA CITY, FUIIIM *'l1f»>M Reg. $7 - $10 KNIT SHORTS Sale! $ 4 90 A big selection of summer shorts... at timely June Sale prices. Choose Jamaica and short short styles. 300 New Tops Just Arrived . Reg. $9 - $12 JUNIOR KNIT TOPS Sale! $ 4 90 Juniors love these knit tops. Perfect over jeans and shorts. Many new styles to choose from. All machine washable.

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