Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on July 1, 1974 · Page 5
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 5

Panama City, Florida
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Monday, July 1, 1974
Page 5
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CHAIRMEN HONORED - Outgoing challrmfen for the Tyrtdall PAmlly Siervlce volunteer program were honored during ajrecent installation of new board men»- bers. They include (front from left) Mrs; Frederick Martin, Ms; D^^ Loveless, Ms. Kay. Vorhes, Mrs. Thomasjkpper, Mrs. Richard Bennett, Mrs. Mike Mule' (back from left) Mrs. Joseph King, Mrs. John Butt Jr., Mrs; George Wagner, Mrs. Charles Nail and Mrs. Jlmmie Jackson. Wedding Plan^ Announced expertly cleaned & packaged for safe storage. After the wedding, send that prceiout bridil gown to Domestic for professional drydeaning and "Keepsake Pak" packaging (protects and preserves the beauty of your wedding gown for generations to come!) Call Domestic, today. LAUNDRY AND "k CL£ANER8.INC. 417 GRACE AVE* PANAMA CITY, FLA• 785 6116 Mr. and Mrs. David Ben-< Jamin Gray have annonced the final plans for'the wed* ding of their daughter, Mae Martha, to Mr. Rodney Camron Morris. The wedding will be an event of July Ist at the Wallace, Memorial Presbyterian Church at 8 o'clock in the evening. The Rev. Richard Scoggiiis wil perform'the ceremony. Attendents for the bride will be Mrs. Thomas Meredith, sister of the bride, as matron of honor. Miss Marie Gray, Miss Inez Gray, also sisters of the bride, Mrs. Steve Davis, sister of the groom and Miss Mildred Manning, cousin of the bride. Serving the bridegroom as his best man will be his father. Dr. Joseph. H. Morris. Groomsmen will be Joseph H. Morris, Jr., Gil Morris, brothers of the groom, Ben Gray, brother of the bride, Steve Davis. Jim Dickenson and Phil McKenzie. .DO YOU LIKE The NATIONWIDE SPA SYSTEM SPA SYSTEM'S 8th YEAR ANNIVERSARY SALE • MEMBERSHIP DRIVE NOW IN EFFECT 7 ALL NEW ^ LOW RATE *NOW $1C00 1 1^ PER MO. BASED ON maULAR. ONLY CALL 785-4693 mm HURRY! mmi WHEN YOU'RE IN SHAPE IT'S MORE FUN BEING ABLE TO WEAR THE LATEST FASHIONS AND SWIM WEAR. LET US SHOW YOU THE EASY, SURE WAY. WE'VE SHAPED UP HUNDREDS. for men and women 445 GtACE AVE. Borbecue Given Local Couple The St. Andrews Bay Yacht fQnh was the setting for a ipm* bar-Nue hondring^Miss Mae Gray and Rod Mjirris. Mosteiaes for the occaaloh^were Mr. and Mrs. Brown Howejl and Mr. and Mrs. Caine 0'Reaf=j 111. Those attending were Mt*; and Mrs. David Gray, Dr. and Mrs. Joe Morris, Mr. and MrsJ-Mike Klrby, Mr. and Mrs. liewls Howell, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Cooley, Jimmy Barr, Miss Kathy Ullman, Winn Vlcjfeers, Miss Mildred Manning, Ben Gray, Miss Jan Shirley, Wl and Mrs. Edgar Daffin, Mri; Gil Morris, Miss Jo Utlman,>and Miss Marie Gray. Beamed Ceilings . /Flat ceilings are regaining 'faVof tbLsavc heat, but expcsed as' nanasome there: as in loped de^S. | /NCiioPEN^^v UNITED IN MARRIAGE - Miss lya Lily Newsome and Walter Clifford Cochrane, Jr. were united in marriage in a double ring ceremony in the Frinic Baptist Church, Frlnk, Fla. The Rev. Marvin Nichols officiated the April 27 ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Newsome of Frink, Fla. and the bridegrooni is the son of Mrs. Hazel Cochrane of Bay St. Louis, Miss. Volunteens Have Areas Of Service WILL WED - The Rey.«te & Earnest and M«. Tateom^ Si^ls"" Helen Turner of Panama City have announced the siopg^ engagement and approaching hiarriage of their daughter, Deborah Joy, to Allen Dale Browni Alaxiot Panama City. Miss Earnest is a 1974 graduate of Bay High'and Brown is a 1972 graduate of Bay High. He is presently working for Colonial Baking Co. The wedding will take place on July 26 at 7 p.m. in the Bayou George Assembly of God Churph. AH friends arid relatives of the couple are invited to attend. Firemen To Meet Cedar Grove fire department Grove city hall, will have a firemen's meeting Richard today at 7:30 p.m. at Cedar Ischief. McDougal Faet&py: Oju'tliit for Nam« Brand LinrnVitt^and Loungoweor $0SH <'<)^«r for Mliiss, Jujilori, ^^iMmn>Swlmweaf — Bog^fos. 4927 W. Tlwiwit Dr. The Volunteens are carefully supervised and restricted areas of service are followed. They may not give hied baths, or help patients with their bedpans. They don't take temperatures, pulse, or respirations or make an occupied bed. They may not go to the Mental Health Unit unless specifically sent, by a nurse, nor may they work or stay in the Emergency room unless specifically requested by a nurse. They may not transport stretcher patients. Areas of service include a world of helpful acts, they may serve trays, pass washcloths, before meals and assist with washing face and hands. They may raise bed and position for meals if permitted. They may set up over­ bed table for meals, give patients a backrub, run errands . and relay messages. Calhoun News Notes The Couple's Bridge Gub met at .the home Mr. and Mri. Horace Malloy on Tuesday evening. Following three progressions, high score for men was awarded to Horace Travis, women's high to Mrs. Ella Mae MeClrlan and bingo went to Mrs. Leon Durham. The hosts served delectable refreshments of homemade coconut pound cake, peach ice cream, lemonade and coffee. Other members and guests were Mrs. Horace Travis, Mrs. Leon Durham, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sale and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Van Lierop. Mrs. Mike Castleberry entertained in honor of Miss Hilda Rackley on Saturday afternoon with a kitchen •shower at her home. Co-hostetw was Miss Peggy Castleberry. The honoree greeted her guesU in a two-piece dre« of blue and coordinating plaid top, complimented with a white daisy -corsage accented with measuring spoons, a gift of the hostesses. The refreshment table was covered with white linen and centered With a cake designed as a bride embosed in white and accented with blue decoration. On one end of the table was a cut glass punch bowl holding fruit punch. Compotes of dip and chips, nuts and mints completed the table setting. Attending were Mrs. Rudolph Rackley, Mrs. Kenny Peacock, Mrs. Rudy Rackley, Paula Waldroff, Gllda Rackley. Teresa McCroan, Peggy Castleberry and Mrs. Jeff Flanders. Some of their real patient helps are to write letters and thank you notes for patients and read to them> They may sit with patients while their family goes to lunch. SAVE g^gjgjAir Conditioitiiig LORIE MclLNINEY Vitamins are important in the growth of children and fur the proper functioning of the body in a- dulls.and chiMien. A well- balanced diet oidinarily provides sufficient vita-' mins. but in many instances doclon recommend vitii- min supplements, especially for growing children. Generally considered the most important vitamins by medkal authorities are Vitamins A, B, C, D, and E. Insufficient amounts of vitamins can be the cause of such conditions as Beri- bieri, scurvy,, rickets, nerve conditions, and other ,dis- orden. 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