Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 13, 1973 · Page 7
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NEWS-HERALD, Panama City, Fla., Thursday, September 13. 1973 Honor Former Member Special i-ecognition to the memory of Mrs. Sarah Gainer Anderson (Mrs. C. S. Anderson) was given by the members of St. Andrew Bay Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, on Sunday afternoon, at 2:30 at the Southport Cemetery. Mrs. W. 0. Byrd, Chaplain, pro tern, assisted by the Chapter Regent, Mrs. W. W. Starling, dedicated an Insignia Marker as a memorial to a fatihful member. In addition to those mentioned, other members who assisted in the service were Mesdames Neil R. Carr, Joe E. Hutchison, Basil E. Kenney, Jr., Marie Kirkpatrick, Joe H, McCoy, Georgia Merriam, and Earl W. Van Horn. Personal tribute was given by Miss Catherine Martin who expressed "happiness in being able to speak of our loved one 'Sarah Eugenia Gainer Anderson' for the loss of one who has lived a long and useful life is not one to mourn, but to bring happiness in the remembrance of a life well spent. "Mrs. Anderson was a member of the Gainer family which was one of the first families to settle in this section. William Gainer first came into West Florida when he accompanied Andrew Jackson on his march across Florida during or soon after the War of 1812. Finding the country a desirable place to live he ater moved to Econfina River with his wife, children and slaves. Here he THURSDAY ONLY! YOUR CHOICE ergs No-Wale corduroy ir Pin-Wale Corduroy * Wide - Wale Corduroy yd 45" wide 100% cotton machine washable-over 1,000 yards to choose from. Value to 1.98 yd. Save now on your fall wardrobe. Shop with pleasure... Sew with pride! SMOPMK CMIUl l-m 10tl9 i*i '? 2^/ L 'theHDUKof MOOftbcies" gWbergs established a plantation soon after the Treaty with Spain which ceded West Florida to the United States. "William Gainer and his wife Jane Watts had many children and from them come the many Gainer families found here today. "William Gainer's son, Walter Railey, married Sarah Martin. He and Sarah made their home on Econfina, and it was here their daughter, Sarah Eugenia, whom we honor today, was born. Her birth date was July 29, 1877 and here her early years were spent at the family home. It was from this home she was married on June 30, 1896 to Charles Stephen Anderson. To them were born four sons — Walter, Maxwell, Lambert, and Virgil, and two daughters — our own Ella and Tillie (Mrs. R. E. Barnes and Mrs. P. D. Heath). "Mrs. Anderson became a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1955. Her Revolutionary ancestor, Martin moved from South Carolina to Liberty County, Georgia where he died in 1812. Mrs. Anderson saw many changes in our country during her long and useful life. She was an interested and good member of our DAR Chapter until later years brough illness. "We salute and honor you today, Sarah Eugenia Gainer Anderson.'' Attending this memorial service were the children of Mr. and Mrs. Anderson — two daughters — Ella, Mrs. R. E. Barnes, and Tillie, Mrs. P. D. Heath; three sons — Maxwell, Lambert, Virgil and their families. Besides the immediate family were grandchildren and great grandchildren; nieces, nephews, cousins, and many friends. ;j;;w'.v.v.v.v.v.v.v.?.w.v.v.:.:.:.:.x.j i Family \ Living I . 3^rf^y j .W .:<.;.:.>>>:.;.K«:'»Kw>K *;.>».»iI; In a back yard with uphill neighbors, a pergola of Douglas fir or cedar adds privacy, offers shade for plants. Walton McLemore Engagement Told Audrey Gayle Markham Barbara Ann Sanders Marjorie Sharon Walton Announce Engagements The engagement and approaching marriage of Audrey Gayle Markham and Henry Bascom Hunt has been announced by parents of the bride-to-be, Mr. and Mr s . Walter Lewis Markham, 1410 Arthur Ave. The bridegroom elect is the son of Mrs. T. H. Richarson of Fort Myers and the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Joseph Sanders of Panama City Beach announce the engagenaent and approaching marriage oi their daughter, Barbara Ann, to Douglas Wayne Hill, son of MJ". and Mrs. C.J. Hill of Panama City. Markham-Hunt Mr. Henry B. Hunt. The bride-elect is a graduate of Bay County High School and Gulf Coast Community College Dental Assistant program. The future bridegroom graduated from Fort Myers High School and Edison Community College, and is a licensed charter boat Sanders-Hill The bride-elect is a 1971 graduate of Bay County High School and is attending Gulf Coast Community College and is presently employed with International Engineers. The bridegroom-elect is a 1971 graduate of Bay County High captain. September 28 is the date set for the wedding at Millville Advent Christian Church at 8 p.m. A reception at the Woman's Club wil follow the ceremony. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited. School, attending Gulf Coast Community College and is employed by Ray Geophysical Division. The wedding will be an event of Sept. 28 at 8 p.m. in the First Baptist Church at Panama City Beach. A reception will follow. The engagement and approaching marriage of Marjorie Sharon Walton and James Mason McLemore has been announced by her mother, Mrs. Peggy C. Walton, 1420 Balboa ' Ave. Miss Walton is also the daughter of E.E.Walton. Parents of the bridegroom-elect are Mr. and Mrs. W.A. McLemore, 1536 June Ave., Panama City. The wedding will be an event of Saturday, Sept. 29 at 6 p.m. at 447 Bunkers Cove Road. The bride is a graduate of Bay High School in 1973 and is presently employed at the United States Air Force Regional Hospital at Eglin AFB. The bridegroom-elect is a graduate of Bay High in 1970, attended Ta llahassee Community College in Tallahassee and is presently employed with K i r b y Manufacturing Company in Fort Walton Beach. PHILLIPS Engaged Couple Feted At Patio Pool Party MEAT OUTLET CONVINIENTLY LOCATED AT 1176 TRANSMITTER ROAD IN SPRINGFIElu PRICES GOOD THURS-FRIDAY-SAT. 1% POOL PARTY — Recent bride, Miss Sherri Bastendorf is shown here with Miss Marlene Porter and Mari Pepmiller, hostesses at a pool party, honoring her and and her fiance Harold Bell Jr. Miss Bastendorf and Mr. Bell were united in marriage Saturday in a candlelight ceremony at the Cove Baptist Church. Shower Fetes September Bride-Elect September bride-el ect, Beth Ferrell, was honored with a miscellaneous shower in the home of Mrs. Jack Hammock, 2511 Pretty Bayou Island Drive, Hoste.sses were Jacque Hammond and Melanie Anderson. Miss Ferrell greeted her gue.sts attired in a multi-colored jersey gown. She wore a carnation corsage which was presented by her hostesses. The party table was decorated with green and yellow as the central colo rs. Alongside the punch bowl was a figurine of a bride with a long flowing gown and yellow robes. The party cakes were individually decorated with yellow roses and green leaves. Miss Sherri Bastendorf and fiance, Harold Bell, Jr. were recently entertained at a "Couples Party" at the Pepmiller home on La Paloma Terrace. Host and hostesses for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Porter Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Max Pepmiller. Soft lights and music flooded the patio area beside the pool where supper was served. A wrought iron serving cart resembling a French Flower cart held refreshments. A smorgasbord of meats, cheeses, rolls, salads and fruits was served. Miss Bastendorf wore a long halter dress of red and white checked gingham for the summer evening party. Miss Bastendorf and Mr. Bell were married in a late summer wedding Sept. 8 in the Cove Baptist Church. ] SHAMPOO & SET $3.00 E .ONG HAIR $4.00 HAIR CUT $2.00 PHONI 763 127) UNIQUE BEAUTY SALON ^-22i HARRISON AVE CHUCK BEEF ROAST 95^. (BLADE BONE) SHOULDER ROAST 1 39 LB. SIRLOIN STEAK FULL CUT ROUND STEAK CUBE STEAK 1.69« WHOLE LB. GROUND ALL MEAT BRYAN BRYAN OR BEEF STEW FRANKS 12.. 01. ' ^LB. PICNIC $119 • LB. FRANKS 12.. 01. ' ^LB. SHOULDER 7Qc . / y LB. SELECT BEEF LIVER .89« LB. WHOLE PORK LOIN ...$1.19 LB. CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS.. ... ...$1.39 LB. PORK ROAST BOSTON BUH.... 79' LB. BROCKS PURE PORK SMOKED SAUSAGE ...$1.19 LB. NOW OPEN ENROLL NOW FOR SEPTEMBER TERM 7:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. ages M2 YEARS 1338 FLORIDA AVE. AND 14TH STREET if FULL DAY CARE it AFTER SCHOOL CARE • KINDERGARTEN it HOURLY DROP-IN DIAL 265-5626 OR 769-3790 PATRICIA WAITES, DIRECTOR PANAMA CITTS FmEST CHILD CARE CENTER

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