Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 16, 1973 · Page 15
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 15

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Xi Alpha Kappas Hold First Meet Tilt' first cvciiin ^Jl mcclint,' of tlic (iiii[)t('r yi'ac of Xi Alplui K;\\)\y,\ Cliaptcr of fit'ta Si>,'ma I'lii was li(>l(i liic firsl Tuosday of ScplciiiljiT ill the home of Mai^c Thornton, lioslcss wiio also gave a intorestinfj; and informative profiraiii "Tlio FiU'eOf Tho Earth", BIRTHDAY BOY-Little Robbie Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Walker of Panama City celebrated his first birthday Aug. 18, in the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Huey Bozeman. A host of friends and family were present for a small party. His paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Cody E. Walker of Panama City. was the firsl of IK ciilliiral prof^rams on (lie ihciiu' of this years study "Tlii' (Jrand Tour". The large maps, i)iclun's and other vi.sual aids, Maige took tiic giou|) 'hack in time' with the changes in land iriasses, waters, climate and conditions which resulted in the present known world of this Earth and it's i)eople and how they have adapted themselves to the face of the earth and benefited from it's fertility and climatic conditions. In keeping with the theme of the primitive peoples, the refreshment table was simply set with a largo arrangement of fruits and cool, clear water. The members felt more at ease with the refreshments served of chilled fruit cocktail, fruit punch and coffee, however. The program and refreshments followed a lively business meeting calling for discussion and the taking of ballots on various sorority issues. Officers and Committees gave reports and activities were outlined for the sorority year. The president, Dot McCurley, presided during the meeting. Members were reminded of the forthcoming Social for September, the 'Luau' to be held at 8 p.m. Sept. 29 at the Welnick's "BackBreakin' Acres" in Bayou George. NKWS-IIKK/MJ), PaiuMHii , I'la., Siiiidav, September Ui, l\m m In Who's Who 'LITTLE MISS AMERICA 1973" Rena Gainer FIRST RUNNERUP Sclcta Sexton Little Miss America Crowned Miss Rena Gainer, six-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Gainer was winner of the Miss America Pageant at' the Macedonia Baptist Church. Miss Gainer, representing the state of Delaware, was crowned Miss America of 1973 out of 51 contestants representing each state. First-runner-up was Miss Seleta Deshown Sexton who represented the .state of Georgia. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sex.ton. The second-runner-up was Miss Matiel Sedina Cain, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cain, represented the state of North Carolina. Each of the girls received ^ trophies, gifts and certificates for participating in the pageant. Preceding the pageant was a mu.sical program. Officiating at the program was the Reverend H. S. Covington and sponsoring the pageant was Mrs. Beulah Mae Bruton. T h r- e e B - \' i t a m i n s — thiamine, niacin and riboflavin — and the mineral, ii'on, and added in the enrichment of bread and flour. A recent Ten-State Nutrition Survey by the U. S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare underscores the importance of enrichment. Diets surveyed were severely deficient in iron and considered poor' in riboflavin. Thiamine, but not niacin, was al.so included in the survey. William Gregory (Greg) Bozeman, a senior at Plain Dealing Academy, Plain Dealing, La., will be featured in the Seventh Annual Edition of Who's Who Among American High School .Students, 1972-7,3. (Jr'cg, active in various school activities, has qualified for a scholarship under the ATC scholarship tests. He is a member of the National Honor Society and is on the Headmaster's List at Plain Dealing Academy. He |)lans to attend Louisiana Tech. in Ruston, La., upon graduation in June. Formerly of Panama City, Greg is the .son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Bozeman ,Ir. presently of Springhill, La. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Rufus E. Lee of 110 N. Cove Terrace Drive, Panama City and al.so the grandson of Mrs. William Bozeman, Sr. and the late Mr. Bozeman, also of this city. In addition to having his biography published in the book, Greg will compete for one of ten scholarship awards funded by the publishers and will be invited to participate in the firm's annual "Survey of High Achiever's" later in '' academic year. Greg Bozeman Bartered Brides A man belonging to the Guajira Indian tribe in Colombia barters with his prospective mother -in-law for a bride. An attractive girl is worth about 300 goats, but if she later proves unfaithful, her husband can return her and collect a fine, also payable in Igoats. COIOR RnUOUCH WITH SHAM^ «. sn $7.50 FROSTING coMnni $ 12. 5CF $10.00 COIB WAVI $7.50l $15.00 COU) WAVE $10.00 $10.00 COtO WAVE $15.00 $25.00 COLO WAVE $18,00 I^EWLY DECORATED UNIQIK MAUTY SALON C226M«nriion A«*. HOME DECORATOR SALE THIS WEEK ONLY 'SEDGEFIELD' BEDSPREAD AND DRAPERY ENSEMBLES 15% off Beautiful bird and flower motif in predominately pink, blue, or gold. Draperies Sale 48,' X 63" $10 8.50 48" X 84" $12 10.20 72" X 63" $17 14.45 72" X 84" $20 17.00 96" X 63" $22 18.70 96" X 84" $27 22.95 BEDSPREADS Twin $20 17.00 Full $24 20.40 Queen $27... 22.95 King $32 27.20 REGENCY BEDSPREAD 15% off Woven damask bedspread with foam insulated backing. Machine washable. Gold, celery, avocado, federal gold, and red-black. Bedspreads regularly Sale Twin 23.50 19.97 Full 26.00 22.10 Queen 32.00 27.20 King 35.00 29.75 STRATFORD WOVEN BEDSPREAD 7.88 regularly $9 Geometric design Stratford. 100% woven coHon. Washable Full, regularly $10, $8.88 SMALL GROUP BED PILLOWS 2 ^3 Polyester fill, 100% cotton covering. Small size. TUBULAR BRAIDED RUGS 99% nylon, 1% miscellaneous fivers in beautiful braided rugs. Roversible-double the wear! Sizes Sale 22" X 108 ....7.88 45" X 68" 9.88 6' round 15.88 69" X 105" 19.88 9' X 12' 42.88 SMALL GROUP TOWELS 97 bath size CORDUROY FLOOR CUSHION 5.88 regularly $7 Soft kapok filled. Button tufted. Gold, avocado. values to 1.49 Florals, and solids in 100% cotton terry hand towels 47' washscloths 27' COMFORTABLE BED REST 9.88 regularly $13.50 100 % cotton corduroy cover. Easy zip off for washing. Convenient pockets on lidei. Gold, avacodo, red. 100% NYLON AREA RUGS 2.97 regularly $4 100% nylon shag and loop yarn rugs in solids, tweeds, and patterns. ELEGANT VOGUE SHOWER CURTAIN 5.20 ,Elegant Flocked Pattern adds beauty to any bathroom. Black, Royal, Shocking Pinks, and Olive. MINI-LACE TABLE CLOTH Polyester and rayon woven tablecloth, with soil release finish. Guaranteed fast colors. rag. sola 52" X 52" 3.50 2.44 52" X 70" 4.50 3.44 60" X 90" 6.50 5.44 67"round 6.50 5.44 ^ /

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