Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 27, 1974 · Page 5
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Recent Bride Is Honore NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Ma., f haraday, June 27, 1974 Page U , the V.I.P. Room of the Tyndall AFB Officer's Club was the setting of a bridal luncheon on June 21 honoring Mrs. Larry Bpllnger, the former Miss Jane Sharp. Hostess for the occasion was Mrs.Harry N.Burkhalter, Jr. The focal point of the luncheon table was an arrangement Of the "Kissing Angels",, surrounded by white carnations and baby's breath. The Invited guests attending were the bride's attendants, and out-of-town guests, of the bride and bridegroom. The hostess presented white carnation corsages to the honoree, her mother, Mrs. Grafton Sharp and the mother of the bridegroom, Mrs. Raymond Bollnger. Others attending' included Mrs. F.L. Burger, maternal'grandmother of the bridegroom from Spar- Debbie Sowell ie On Dean's List Debbie Sowell, 18, freshman dance major at' Texas Tech University, Lubbock, and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sowell of Panama City, has been named to the dean's list at Texas Tech for the 1 Spring semester. Miss Sowell was featured this semester in a ballet presented by Texas Tech's dance division n a me d ' 'Gloriana*'' choreographed by Peggy Willis, assistant professor of ballet. "Gloriana", .'• through expressive movement, is a beautiful ballet praising the lord, based on the passages in the Bible; "Praise theLord... Let us praise His name with dancing... for He is the King of Glory," set to music by Handel. She was also seen In "Danse Brillant" also choreographed by Peggy Willis to music by Glinka. ' Before returning to Panama City for the summer, Miss Sowell was asked to tour with Tech's dance division to Amarlllb, Texas, where she performed in a "Dance History Concert." Debbie will return to Texas Tech in the fall. tanburg, S.C., Mrs. Robert P. Sharp, sister In law of the bride from Ocala, Fla., Mrs. Michael Kennedy and Miss Patricia Bollnger, sisters of the bridegroom Also in attendance were Mrs. Herbert L. Wheells if Shawmut, Ala. and Mrs. Raymond W. Wylle of Sheffield, Ala., aunts of the bride and Mrs. Dorman C. Adams, cousin of the bride from Tuscaloosa, Ala. Guests from San Antonio, Texas were Mrs. Walter G. Seay, aunt of the bridegroom , and her three daughters, Rhonda, Debbie and Teresa. Miss Sharp became the bride of Larry R. Bollnger on June 22 In a ceremony performed In the First United Methodist Church In Lynn Haven. SHARE THE LOAD — Mrs. Frederick Martin (right) has been named the coordinator of the Tyndall Family Services program. She will be assisted by Mrs. John Butt Jr., who is also the outgoing coordinator. SHOW STOPPER-A show stopper at the Garment Manufacturers' fashion show winding up the 63rd semi-annual "Press Week" of the New York Couture Business Council for visiting reporters from newspapers, radio and television was this item from the Nat Kaplan collection. His floor length, cream colored, long sleeved satin pa jama is complete with leopard print belt and a plain sleeveless coat that reverses to the leopard print. (By UPI ( Dinner Party For Miss Gray Dr. and Mrs. Henry Smallwood and Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Humphreys honored Miss Mae Gray and Rodney Morris with an informal dinner party at the Smallwood home. Summer flowers enhanced the table setting in the din ing room of the Smallwood home. After dinner the young couple were presented gifts from their hosts and hostesses in their chosen paterns. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. David Gray, parents of the bride to be, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Morris, parents of the groom, Dr. and Mrs. Jim Phillips, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Humphreys, Miss Diane Phillips and Gil Morris, Miss Marie Gray and Joe Greene. Miss Gray will become the bride of Mr. Rodney Morris, July 1 at the Wallace Memorial Presbyterian Church, Panama City. Fringe benefits in a plaid bicycle skirt (left) that Gil Aimbez pairs with a hooded polo shirt and long scarf. The design is Genre for Fall 74. On Dean's List Janice Lombardi, • daughter' of Mr. and.Mrs. J.F. Lombardi, recently graduated from the. University of Florida on the dean's list with honors. While attending the university she was a member of the national honor society Gamma Betta Phi. She graduated with a liberal arts degree, majoring in anthropology. However, her other interests included political science, economics and archeology. She spent the majority of her junior year abroad, studying in Florence, Italy,-but also touring Naples, Venice, Munich, Amsterdam, London and Paris on her free time. Her future plans include attending graduate school in urban studies, but she has not decided on a university. Last. October she was honored by being sent as a delegate to the National Anthropological Association's annual meeting in New Orleans. She was able to attend symposiums and seminars on the latest data in the field. She also met Margaret Meaxe, one of her idols since childhood. Luncheon Is Given Miss Mae Gray, July bride-elect, was entertained with a luncheon at the St. Andrews Bay Yacht Club Saturday. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Hugh Adair, Mrs. Richard Davis, Mrs. Robert Fleming, and Mrs. Gordon Hindsman, Jr. The luncheon table was enhanced by a mixed spring bouquet. Those invited to attend were Mrs. David Gray, mother of the honoree, Mrs. Joe Morris, mother of the bridegroom-to-be, Mrs. Libba Locke, Mrs. Gerald Conrad, Miss Marie Gray, Mrs. Ron Como, Mrs. Tom Meredith, Mrs. W.A. Cooper, Mrs. Robert Fleming, Jr., Miss Elyse Fleming, Mrs. Horace Thome, Jr., Miss Julie Davenport, Mrs. Dan Hutchison, Mrs. E.P. Munson, Jr., Clinton, Louisiana, Mrs. A.D. Richbourg, and Mrs. Verrton Pringle. Miss Gray, who will becdme the bride of Rodney Morris, July 1, was presented a gift of silver by the hostesses. lillllll mmmSWMMWmim ladies' briefs 2 J l rog. 69 c 100% nylon briefs white only. Sizes 5-10. ladies' slips 2.77 values to $5 100% nylon tricot. White only. Sizes 32-36. ladies ladies dresses $6 values to $20 One group assorted styles. uniforms $4 Pantsuits and dress uniforms. White & some colors. Small group. ladies' men s Janice Lombardi shoes $8 values to $16 One'group dress and and pant shoes. slacks $3 One group dress and jean styles. Broken sizes. boys' belts 67 e values to $5 Small group fashion belts. boys' shirts 57 Long sleeve dress shirts in no-iron blends. girls' dresses $3 reg. $8 100% polyester knit. Solid with contrast trim. 7-14. famous name totes 11.88 Durable vinyl tote in chocolate brown. kitchen' linens domestics }/JL P r ' ce Small group potholders, aprons, dishcloths, towels. Decorator desians. bedspreads drastically reduced Discontinued style prints. Some draperies to match. domestics domestics area rugs area rugs 2.44 One group 27" x 45" 100% nylon pile. White, hot pink, plum. 1.19 26" round nylon pile rug. Fringed. Decorator stripe design. domestics place mats 2<$1 reg. 1.25 ea. Delicate flower designs on wipe clean vinyl. fabrics people prints 97' •yd. Pert little people on pastel backgrounds. ladies' famous name swimsuits price values to $17 4 styles to choose from, jr. Sizes. infants' waterproof panties 2 $1 Fancy and plain styles. domestics draperies 2.47 Solid color lined draperies 48" x 63" and 48" x 84". Slight irregulars. assorted fabrics 67 yd. Assorted summer prints and solids.

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