Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on July 1, 1974 · Page 3
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 3

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NEWS-HERALD, Panwnft City, Ha., Monday, 4my i, mt rage anj CLASS OP^ '54 - Bay High School graduates of the class of 1954 held a reunion Saturday night at Four Winds. Left to right are Beth Stewart reunion treasurer; Georgia Bevel Burleson, general chairman of the reunion; Henry Williams, student body president and master .of ceremonies; Gail Byrd McGuire, treasurer and Ruth Chesnut class secretary. One hundred and ten members of the • class of 300 attended, as well as about 100 visitors. FINAL TURN ~ The past and present managers of McCroiy's Five and Ten lock the door after 34 years of l)usiness. Left to right. David Hufstetler, assistant manager- from Tallahassee; Mai'shall G. Orr, oi-igiiial manager; Miss Mae Stukey, present manager and 32 year employee; and J. A. Wages, |)i-esent district manager. Landmark Store Closes Its Doors Ahir.slijill C. Oir, fir.st inaiiiiKor of McCi-ory's Five and Ten, turned llie key for tiie last time Friday afteiiioon an(i officially closed the .store. It was March, 11)10, when McCrory'.s opened it.s door.s at •155 llarri.son Ave. for the first time. At that time lots in tlie 100 blocK of Harrison Avenue were vacant and covered with weeds. F'isher-Stinson Hardware .store was on one side of McCrory's and I lentz grocery on the other. Hugh Slump, who is now retired and living in Fort Myers, was ihe first district manager. After managing the store for 13 years, Orr was translerred to North Carolina. Me retired out of the Columhia, S.C. store in 1964. At that time, he and his wife, Thedfi and their children, Marsha and Joel returned to Panama City. To combine the past with the present, J.A. VVaf^es, present district manager, was on hand to assist in ttie permanent closing of the store. Also present was Miss Mae Stukey who was employed by Orr 32 years ago and served as a cashier foi- several years before becoming manager. She has been the manager for the past seven years. David Hufstetler, assistant inanagor for McCrory's from Tallaha.ssee also assisted in the closing. Wages stated that the decision was not yet made as to who the new tenant would be. New Deal Offered Tyndall Personnel Beginning today, Tyndailites can earn a two-year degree from Gulf Coa.st Community College withdut having to complete all required cour.se work in residence. According to Education Services officials, the college has agreed to offer the Ser\'icemeir.'< Opportunity College program. If a participant in this unique program completes 15seinester liours at Gulf Coast, the college will accept all required course work from other colleges and award liie participant an associate degree. The Servicemen's Opportunity College (SOC) program originated in an effort to solve the educational jiroblems confronting many active duly persons in obtaining the educjitional goals. The key problem is ofti'ii i)a.sed on forced mobility. The SOC i^-ogram is tailored to enable servicemen or women and other mobile persons to continue their education without interru|)tion when transferred to other geographical areas. In addition to allowing maximum credit for service-connected courses and experiences, Gulf Coast will take the initiative in assisting the student to obtain a degree even after he leaves the vicinity of the SOC in which he began his studies. The concept of SOC includes granting credit for examination programs, service schools and even service experience where there is a credit relationship between the training already acquired and the technology being pursued. Prospective students seeking additional infoi'iiiation should call the Education Services Center at extension 45^5. 4 A traditional S-day Savings Spree! YouHlfind timely summer reductions throughout the store ... and here are just a few... Reg. $14 - $17 2-Piece JUNIOR SWIMSUITS Sale! $8' Suits from 3 famous makers, ail first quality, in an arraj^ of 2-piece styles. Select from dazzling prints and solids ... at Leon's pre- holiday sale price! Repeating a Sellout! Reg. $30.$38 SUHHHER PANT SUITS Sale! ^ 6'" Missed our last sale? Then now is the time to take advantage of the lowest price of the year on brand new summer polyester pant suits. We've just unpacked 250 more! New styles to choose from. 300 Just Received! Re& $16 Summer PANTS Sale! ^ •Hard to find white-on-whites •Summer jocquard patterns. New summer pants, all machine washable polyester double-knit in the popular pull-on style. And all a very special pre-holiday price. Size 8-18. Reg. $16 White Lace COVER-UPS For Beachwear Sale! $1090 Repeating a Sellout! Reg. $9 Short Sleeve PULLOVER SHIRTS Sale! $430 A fine selection of summer styles, including relaxed rib, as shown. All soft, machine washable polyester in a host ot solid colors, including white. Leon's ... Open daily 9-9, Saturday 'til 6. And of course, Leon's is open July 4th. HALTER TOPS Great new selection of halter tops for your casual summer life. Choose prints, solids, polka dots ... All machine washable Arnel Jersey and acetate-nylon blends. $ 4

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