Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on July 3, 1974 · Page 5
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NEWS HERALD, fannma City, Fla., Wednesday, .luly8| |974 ^it^5A Bridal Shower Is Given Here Recently For Miss Joe Kent SIGHT CONSERVATIONISTS - Guests at a Lions club "^^eUng^ group of local optometrist's secretaries who have handled aPPO»f more than 200 eye patients sent In and payed for by the Lions club. Left^^^^^^^^^ are Lillian Kirkelback, Sue Parker, Dianne Newberry, Cathy Harmon and Ann Mercer. Luncheon Is Given In Honor Of Bride At Yacht Club Here A bridal shower was held recently In the home of Mrs. Rickey Barnes for Miss Joe Kent. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Melvin Andrews, Mrs. Louise Arnold and Mrs. Elle Lynn. The home was decorated In the honoree's chosen colors of pink and lavender. The punch table was covered with a white lace cloth over pink. Centering the table was a white milk glass punch bowl surrounded by greenery and pink pom'poms. White milk glass candle holders with burning lavender tapers were placed on each side of the punch bowl and they too were surrounded by greenery. White milk glass containers holding mints, nuts and bridal squares completed the table setting. Mrs. Anita Kent and Mrs. Brenda York presided over the table. Miss Sandi Miller kept the bride's book and registered over 40 guests who called during the appointed hours or sent gifts. The honoree wore a floor length gown of mint green with a pink carnation corsage trlitimed Irt green leaves and net presented to her by the hostesises. The hostesses also presented corsages to the mother of The St. Andrew's Bay Yacht Club was the scene of a luncheon given recently in honor of Mrs.' Rodney Cameron, the former Miss Mae Gray. Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. William Harrison and Mrs. Alex Mathis. The luncheon table was overlaid with a linen cUih and centered with an Shivers Visit Mexico Beach Mrs. Virginia A. Shiver and daughter, Tina, are visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hardy, of Mexico Beach. She is the former Virginia Purvis and is the wife of Jack H. Shiver, director of Norfolk Redevelopment and Housing Authority of Norfolk, Va. Her brother, Eugene Purvis, his wife, Carol and daughters, Jana and Jolene, are also visiting his parents. They reside in Siml, Calif. arrangement of rhlxed summer flowers. A small bouquet of summer flowers was also placed at each end of the table. Invited guests Included Mrs David Gray, mother of the bride, Mrs. Joseph Morris, mother of the groom, Mrs. Bruce Collins, Mrs. Bert Davenport, Mrs. Albert Lewis, Mrs. Powell Ennls, Mrs. George Gore, Mrs. Richard Gaunt, Mrs. Mack Lewis, Mrs. James Poyner, and Mrs. Harry Smith. Miss Gray became the bride of Rodney Cameron Morrison July 1. Visits Parents Mrs. Robert McMillan spent a week visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Green, Jr., who reside in the Landmark Apartments. She is working as a registered Medical Technologist In a department of biochemistry in New York. Culbreaths Reunion Held A fish fry was held June 23 at the Hoffman's Cabin at Bayou George to celebrate the annual Culbreath reunion. Those attending were Mrs. J.A. Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. LR. Culbreath, W.C. and Sarah Cooper, Mark Cooper, Jewel Powell, Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Hoffman and Leslie, Mr. and Mrs. Allen They Gotta Go! All Spring and Summer Fashions The big Clearance sale Continues! WOMEN'S APPAREL V. I. P. GIFTS r 3^ - I PHONE 763 3951 ^HK*^ ST. ANDREW PLAZA 2913 W. HWY. 98 PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA Hoffman and Pattl, Helen Culbreath and David and Tim, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Parker, Mrs. Mary Pennington, Scott McCormlck, Marian McCormlck, Dempsey and Nell Harmon, Daphne and Deldre Bowllc Haescher, Theresa Haescher, Frances Armstrong and Nancy, Rex and D'Anne Hood, Glenn and J.R. and Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Hoffman. WIN AT BRIDGE TWO YEARS OLD- Jade Nicole Hartzog, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron CuUen Hartzog, will celebrate her second birthday at her parents' home on July 5. Maternal grandparents of the birthday girl are Mr. and Mrs. Cleatus Hartzog and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harley D. Price of Lynn Haven. She will celebrate with friends and her four year old brother, Aaron CuUen, Jr. TO MARRY SOON - Miss Debra Lynn Findley, daughter of Mrs. Valeria Findley, will become the bride of Jimmy Ervin Ruthven son of Mr. and Mrs. Beeman Ruthven, on Saturday, July 6, at 4 p.m. in the Raymond Jones Chapel of the First United Methodist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the wedding. Mrs. Rankin Shower A miscellaneous bridal shower honoring Mrs. Edward Rankin, the former Miss Donna Welch, was held In the home of Mrs. Dalton Walslngham. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Steve Grogan and Mrs. Don Klrkland. For the occasion the honoree selected a sleeveless blue and white floor length double knit dress featuring a high neckline. The bride's chosen colors of pastel green and yellow were used to decorate the party rooms. The guests were served an assortment of delicacies from a refreshment table with crystal appointments. The punch bowl was encircled with African fern and fresh flowers. the bride-to-be, Mrs. Ernest Kent and to the mother of the bridegroom to be, Mrs. Jacqule Woods. Miss Kent will become the bride of Al Woods at the Christian Church on St. Andrews Boulevard on July 3at5p.m. Bride Given Shov/er Mrs. Edward Rankin, the- former Miss Donna Welch, was honored recently with a bridal shower In the home of Mrs. Betty Sapp In Lynn Haven. Co-hostess for the occasion was Miss Earlene Jackson. The bride greeted her guests in a floor length, off-white knit dress with a multi-colored sash and necklace. She was presented a corsage of blue and white feathered carnations. -Mrs. Welch, the bride's mother, and Mrs. Rankin, the groom's mother were presented white carnation corsages. The serving table featured an unusual arrangement of asparagus fern, tinted blue and white mums, and tiny blue bows. Guests were served punch, nuts, mints, and white Petlts Fours topped with miniature blue bells. Gayle Hooks Is Honored A luncheon honoring Gayle Hooks was given at the St. Andrews Bay Yacht Club by Mrs. Martin Brett, Mrs. Sam Zivltz, Mrs. Anna Kelley, and Mrs. Beatrice Cowgitl. An arrangement of pastel carnations decorated the table. Those attending were Mrs. Authur Hooks, mother of the bride -to -be, Mrs. Willie Jones, grandmother of the bride-to-be. Mrs. Marcelle Greenwood, mother of the groom-to-be, Mrs. A.J. Rogers, Mrs. Arthur Calloway,, Mrs. P.A. Embrey, Mrs. Robert Bums, and Mrs. Margaret Barber. Miss Hooks will become the bride of James A. Greenwood on July 13. Play of king more deceptive NORTH 3 • 76 f 86 • A86 4KJ10983 WEST EAST 4Q10842 «J93 • K1053 fAJ72 • 107 •J9S4 474 4 A 2 SOUTH (D) • AK5 f Q94 • KQ32 4kQ65 Both vulnerable West North East South IN.T Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead-* ^ By Oswald & J imes Jacoby There is an >rtant bid- Wednesday Wonder - a Wednesday only fabric speclall coordinating cham brays 1.17 usually 1.49 yd. Super no-Iron chambray In 50% polyester, 50% rayon blend. Chambray blue or red solids with coordinating prints of fruits, flowers, faces. Great for the new western look in dresses, shirts, pants, or coordinated sets. Machine wash and dry. 44"-45" wide. ding principle involved in North's three notrump response to South's opening notrump. North knows that his partner holds 16-18 high card points and a balanced hand. He is looking at eight high-card points and a good six-card minor suit with 6-3-2-2- distribution. He doesn't know if his partner can make three notrump but he is pretty sure that if there is any game for his side it will be in notrump, not in clubs. There is an even more important principle of play in connection with South's play to trick one. West opens the four of spades and East plays the jack. South should win the trick since there is no reason to duck. The ordinary unthinking player wins with the ace. He thinks he is making a clever false-card play. East wins the first or second club. This makes no difference. Then if East bothers to think he leads back the deuce of hearts and the defense cashes four heart tricks. The ace play has told East what to do. It is most unlikely that West led from king- queen. If he had South would probably have ducked to a spade lead. A South player who is on his toes wins the first trick with the king of spades. Now when East gets in he may still shift to a heart but the chances are that he will return a spade in the hope that his partnier led from a five card suit headed by ace-10. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) The bidding has been: 3 West North East South !• U Pass 2^ Dble Pass Pass 24 34 Pass Pass 3V Pass 34 Pass ? You, South, hold: « 654 fKJ432 •AQ97^3 What do you do now? A-Pass. Your partner has heard your bids. Obviously he has made a very weak overcall. Don't hang him. TODAYS QUESTION Instead of passing when West doubles two clubs, your partner bid two spades. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Hodges' JULY CLEARANCE SPRINS SUMMER MERCHANDISE REDUCED TO OFF NO EXCHANGE NO REFUNDS 'TOTS, BOYS GIRLS, JR.S 11TH STREET SHOPPING CENTER cftS .1

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