Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 9, 1973 · Page 32
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 32

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, September 9, 1973
Page 32
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Pauf 8(' NKWS-IIKHALl). Pitiiiiinii City. I'la., Sunday. SqK.Miihrr!», Um Shirley-Jeremiah Nuptial Plans Told Beverly Jean Shirley John Palriek Jeremiah WEIGHT WATCHERS (R) PROUDLY PRESENTS ITS VERSION OF THE 3 LITTLE PIGS. Anyone who says you can't eat pork and ham on a weight control plan hasn't been to a Weight Watchers iR> class lately. Because we've just added both of them to the Program. Plus a lot of other foods to give our m^enu more variety than ever Come to class and get the whole delicious storv. Greater Panama City Area Moin C«nl«r-905 Cherry Si. TuM. i, Thurs. 9:30 A.M. Mon., Tu.s., W«d., a Thurs. 7:00 P.M. For«sl Park Malhodist Church Mon. 6:30 P.M. Lynn Havan Gordan Club Thurs. 7:00 P.M. Blountslown ^ „ - . Chipl.y Gulf Baach Gardan Club Rl. 79 Bat. 98 & 30A Port Si. Joa Also: Apalachicola Bonifay Grocavilla for class schadula call Panama Cily 785-1994 or loll fraa 1 800 432 2041 No contracts 1st waak $7.00 tharaaftar $3.00 waakly. Tlu> iMij ;a,u ('nuMit iuui approacliiiifi niaiTia^c of thiMi' (iau.uht('r Bex'orly Jean Shifley to John Pati'ick Jeremiah Jr., ha s h e e n annouuced bv Mi', and Mrs. Beverly V. Shirley, 530 Michi^^an A \' (>., P e n s a c 01 a . P a rents of t h e bridegi'oom-elect are Ml', and Mrs. John P. Jeremiah Sr.. 1320 L u V e 1' n e A v e. o f Panama City. A fall weddinji; with the date set for Oct. G is planned to take place in the Bell view Baptist Church in Pensacola. The b r i d e - e 1 e c t graduated from Tech High School in Pensacola and was g !• a d u a t e d f r o m Pensacola Beauty College. She is employed at the Peter Pan Beauty Salon in Pensacola. Th{> prosp(>ct i\'e bi'id eg room is a graduate from Bay High School and was gi'aduatiMl from the Univei'sity of Floi'ida with a B.A. degree in P'lectrical Engineering. H e is pre s e n 11y e m p 1 0 >• e d a s a n electrical engineer with Montasanto Chemical Company in Pensacola. Sanders-Hill Announce Plans Mr. ,111(1 Mrs. Kohcrt ,I().s('()h S.itidcr.s of I';iii,im;i City U(>iicli ;iiiiuiuiu'(> Ihc I' II ii i\ K 0 111 (' II I 11 11 (I approiu'liiiit,' iiiarriaf,'<' i>l' tlu'ir (iaiif^lilcr, Haibar,! Anil, ID Doufila.s Wayiii' Hill, son of Mr. ;iiul Mrs. C. J. ilill of Panam.'i City. The hridc-i'liM't is a H)71 Kraduato of Bay County ni{,'li School and is attcndiii^; (.liilf Coast Coniniiiiiity Collcf,'c and is prcvscntl)' t'lnployod Woman Of The Year Miss Francos l^ouell, 11M West lltli St. has been named woman of the year by the American Business Women's Association. France.s Powell SAVE »130! Del Amo...lavish Mediterranean styling A beautiful blend of ancient cultures—soaring cathedral styling topped with Moorish inspired arches, ornamented with intricate designs. Rich golden brown finish. 369 suite includes: 72-in. triple dresser, plate glass mirror, 6-drawer chest full-queen size headboard with bed frame regular $499.99 2 Days Only! $100.98! Rich cai-vcd desifjiis of Isaliella I 449 s\iile iiK'ludes; • 71-iii. lri|)l«' dn'.s.sci- • twill jiiale iiiirror.s • .')-draw«'r clicst • riill -«iut't 'i) size licaiib(>iir<i and bed frame refilliar $548.98 (/ct the bold styling of old Spain with new, warp-rcsi.staiii 'strength. I'oiysl) rcne overlays coiiihiiicd uilh amber pecan toned vcricers rerreale fiOO yr. old ilesigns. Night stand rcfjular prit-e 69.95 Use Sears I 'Msy Ptivmcni Plan SHOP AT SEARS AND SAVE Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back SEARS, ROEBUCK AND CO. Anniversary Celebration POWNTOWN PANAMA CITY Miss Powell is employed as payroll officer for the Board of Public Instruction of Bay County Schools, under Curtis K. Jackson, .school superintendent. F^ou'cll receix'cd her diploma from Bay County High School ill 19-11 and began working as a file clerk with the board ill ,hine of that year. She came up in the office and now holds the title of pay roll officer. .She is in her .30th year in the public .school sN'stem. She is a loan officer for Bay County Teachers Federal Credit Union and works after offic'e hours in this capacity .ind has been iiu'oh'cd ill this work for 20 years. She is on the board of directors for the Gulf Coast Chapter Credit Unions. The "Outstanding Woman of the Year," Powell is active in church work and is secretary to general Sunday School at First Baptist Church on Sunday mornings, mornings. .She is a member of the night circle of the Women's Missionary Service and works in the library at the church, also. She is a member of the Florida School Finance A.ssociation. Participation in ABVV'A is one of her special activities. She has ser\-ed ,-i s corresponding .secretary, on the ways and means committee and as a ticket and program chairman for "Our Little," on the educational committee chairman; and as program chairman for "Bosses night," among other committees. Miss Powell lives with hei- mother Mrs. Alice Powell and bachelor brother, Lyndon. Miracle Strip African Violet Society To Meet The Mii'acle Strip African Violet Society will meet at 7:,30 p.m. Sept.'13 at the home of the president, Mrs. Frank Huebscher, 3920 W. 16th St. Mrs. Huebscher extends an invitation to visitors by calling telephone 763-1269 prior to the meeting. A demonstration on repotting of African Violets is scheduled for the program topic, Mrs. Heubscher announced. New Arrival Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Alan (Ann) OeVaiie announce the birth of a .son, lirooks Alan DeVaiie, born .Sept. 1 at Bay Memorial Hospital weighing si,\ pounds and four ounces. The new arrival is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Arliss Cameron and Mi', and Mrs. Lawton IJeVane of Ijotlian, Ala, He is the great grandson of .Mi's. Dayton Cameron, alsoof Dotlina, Ala w i I h Inter n ,-i I i o n;i I Fngiiieers. The bridegroom-elect is a 1971 gradiiJite of B;iy Coiiiit\' High School, attended (iull' (.'oast CommiinilN' College and is employed b\- liny (leopliN'sical Division. The wedding will be ,'in event of .Sept. 29 at S p.m. in t.lie First Baptist Ciuircli of Panama Cit\'. A reception will follow. Beach Women's Civic Club Meet Set Panaiim City E3eacli Civic Club women will meet Thursday Sept. 13 at the Harbour 12noon for the first meeting of the year. Plans for the coming year's programs will be discussed, according to the president, Mrs. Peggy McCabe. A 11 m e m b e r s a r e reminded to attend and lake part in the planning, Mrs. McCabe announced. Barbara Ami Sanders BIRTHDAY AT GRANNY'S—Stephen Wayne Stukey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stukey Jr. of Chipley, celebrates his first birthday Sept. 10 at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stukey Sr. of Deer Point Lake. Stephen is also grandson of Mrs. Mitchell of Southport. French bread, like Italian, is low in fat. It, howe\-er, contains more sugar. NEWCOMERS MR. and MRS. THOMAS WARD WIN MASTER GIFT FOR SEPTEMBER The Panama City Newcomer Welcome Service held the drawing at ADAMS WESTERN AUTO STORE, l82S Florida Avenue, Lynn Haven. Mr. R.J. Lx)gan (left) are presenting the Master Gift Certificate to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ward. All NEWCOMER families moving into Bay County are eligible to participate after ttie Welcome Service Hostess calls upon them. Be sure to write your name, address and telephone number on the back of the gift cards and take them to the Sponsors as soon as possible. The next drawing will be held tlie first week of October. If you are a recent NEWCOMER to Bay County and have not been WELCOMED by our hostess, please call or write giving your name, address and phone number. Suggest the most convenient time for the hostess to visit you. You wUl, be pleased with the warm WELCOME from members of our fine business community. Tills is another cheerful way to make ourpopular WELCOME service more stimulating for the NEWCOMERS moving into our area. PANAMA CITY NEWCOMER WELCOME SERVICE Ms. A.E. Hoffmonn-hosttss 763-1780 (8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) P.O. Bex 2211 (R«s.) 234-6772 . Mamber - Boy County Chombtr of Commarco •BlflBTIIlZ""^ THE MOST IN DRY CLEANING 21OCA1l0IISe • 1M7UMbfA ¥t. • 516|(MiC6v»llML SKCIAIS COOD 3 DAYS,HOI«nES«WD. MBIS&IANIS 2PKCESUITS LAMES 1 PIECE DRESSES PLEATS EXTRA SHins (lAUNDRY) roiMvorai INBY9SOOOUT0Y5:OO CLEARANCE SALE ON OlIH COMPLKTK LINK OFF J AND LE .S,S LADIES & MEN SPORTSWEAR AND SWIMWEAR Two LoculioiiH to serve you FASHION WORLD I'liiiaiiiii Oty iteiK-li (W«'Hl of Coiiiily I'iiT) THE FUN SHIP NEXT TO r ;uLF WORLDI PANAMA CITY BEACH OI'KN DAILY a- 10 FASHION WORLD PANAMA CITY BEACH (WEST OF COUNTY PIER)

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