Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 16, 1973 · Page 24
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 24

Panama City, Florida
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Sunday, September 16, 1973
Page 24
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I'ai;i' \'A\ NKAVS-UKHAI .l). raiiania ("ity, I'lii., Suiidav Scplombor Ki, 1!)7 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED 100 TOP VALUE STAMPS ; WITH mil COUfONANOMKHAHM $5.00 OR MORE FOOD ORDER VOID AFTER TUH., AUG. 28 ALL STORES OPEN SUNDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. PRICES GOOD THRU TUtS., SEPTTTT W-VBmd SIRLOIN STEAK T-BONE OR PORTERHOUSE STEAK Save ISt O K (M SOFT ORHKS 12-OZ. CANS HICKORY SMOK€D SHANK PORTION HAM . HICKORY SMOKED BUTT PORTION HAM WHOLE HICKORY SMOKED HAM lUIN 79* 89* WATER ADDED TO ALL HAM CUTS GROUND BEEF 3 LB. PKG. $ Smie29«OK GALA TOWELS 00 GfANT ROLLS Sm29 <f U.S. Ma. I WHITE LB. BAG THRIFTY MAID LONG Lb. PI,,. Grain Rice SA'JCR VANILLA Extract ' 23' 9At BtL ^ BELLE TOWIE MILD BANANA 'i? 49* JERRELL NONFAT — 4Qf 70< UI.I.UI. iviiuiy Peppers JERRELL NONFAT Dry Milk Pkg. PRAIRIE BELT SMOKED Sausage ' PRAIRIE BELT SMOk Sausage SUNSHINE VIENN/ Cookies l8-0z. Can 76* 45* PRAIRIE BELT SMOKED 91/2 -Oz. Can SUNSHINE VIENNA FINGERS — - 21 Oz Jf^< Pkg. Lucy Faye Gilbert Sharon Sue Dickcrson Engagements Told Mr. and Mrs. Dougla.s Gilbert of Panama City annoLince the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Lucy Faye to Alfi'ed Edward Cutchin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred F. Cutchin also of Panama City. Gilbert-Cutchin The bride-elect is a gi-aduate of Rutherford High School and is currently employed by Commercial Bank in Panama City. The bridegroom-to-be also attended Rutherford High School and is currently employed by International Dixie Monnhi'iiin African Violet Society will hold Ihc first meeting of the new year at 10 a.m. Thuisday, Sept. 20, at the home of Mrs. .John Tiiompson, 207 S. Cove Terrace Drive. tMembers are making plans for a renewal of vioH;t growing as well as renewing of friendships at this meeting, according In a club spokesman. An infoi'mative piogram has been planned to meet the needs of African Violets that have just finished a long hot summer that has almost finished them. The welcome mat is out for visitors, and anyone interested in growing the colorful and prolific blooming houseplant has a standing invitation to attend this and all other meetings of the Di.xie Moonbeam African Violet Society, a club spokesman announced. For information telephone 785-6544. Paper Company. The wedding will be an event of Oct. 26 at 8 p.m. at Brannonville Baptist Church. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend. Dickerson-Scurlock Mr. and Mrs. Archie Dickerson of Panama City announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Sharon Sue to Henry (Franky) F. Scurlock, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Alto Scurlock, also of Panama City. The bride-elect is a 1973 graduate of Rutherford High School and is presently employed by the American Cancer Society. The bridegroom-elect is a graduate of Bay High School, attended Gulf Coast Community College, and served two years in the United States Army. He is presently employed at Sunshine Food Store in Lynn Haven. The wedding will be an event of Friday, Sept. 28 at 7 p.m. in the Springfield Community Church. No invitations are being sent, but all friends and relatives of the couple are invited to attend. The fashionable figure this fall definitely will be a sweater girl. The collections show sweater dresses, sweater ackets, sweater tops in the ayered look that has carried over from last year. Along with the conventional sleeve, some raglan sleeves are turning up for another one of those new-old looks the fashion scene is seeing so much of nowadays. Soft is the key word for waistlines this fall, in line with the general femininity of clothes. That means the waist is readily identifiable but not underlined. If belts are to be worn, they generally are skinny, marking the waist but not making an issue of it. ONE-YEAR-OLD Mickey Reed, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Reed, 1902 Hannah Ave., was entertained on liis first birtliday witli a party at liis home. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gillespie, and son, John, Mr. and Mrs. Winston Chester and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Doyle, all of Panama City. mF On The Job I SANNIi'S BEAUTY SALON SPRINGFIELD PLAZA ANNOUNCES THE ADDITION OF TWO NEW STYLISTS. TO OUR REGULAR STAFF FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY MICKEY GREENE & LOUIS GIBSON OFFER YOU THIS SPECIAL PERMANENTS REG. SPKIAI $15.00 $12.50 $13.00 $10.50 LOUIS GIBSON HAS RETURNED TO OUR STAFF AFTER AN ABSENCE. TYNDALL AFB,-lf you've ever sat in a dentist's chair with your tooth throbbing, nerves on edgge and your patience about to break, it's nice to be greeted by f) charming face. "A dentist's chair may not be the most inviting place in the world but knowing you"ll feel better soon makes it well worth while," said Sgt. Jeanette F. Lee, a dental assistant at the base hospital facility. The field of dentistry is becoming increasingly open for women. Sergeant Lee had childhood dreams of becoming a doctor. Today she's making strides toward her goal as she helps people daily with dentistry problems. "I like practically every field in medicine because it's a way of helping people. Lots of people don't realize how to care for their teeth." Beginning her military career as a traffic controller, Sergeant Lee later retrained into the medical field. Her duties consist of taking X-rays, cleaning teeth, assisting in oral surgery and assisting in endolonics, which is a process of saving teeth from extraction. The sergeant speaks highly of the programs offered by the dental clinic to assist people with preventive denistry techniques. Presently taking courses at Gulf Coast Community College, Sergeant Lee plans to someday become a psychiatrist. "I'd like to know as much as possible about the human mind and body," she commented. Sergeant Lee spent two and one half years at Tyndall. She said she enjoyed her tour as an educational experience. However, she feels that first-term airmen should be given a greater chance for travel. The, Elizabeth, N.J. native enjoys creative dancing, karate, travel and camping in her spare time. PhmingA Wedding'^. MAKE BOYD BROTHERS YOUR FIRST STOP WE HAVE A LOVELY SELEaiON OF: »INVITATIONS »THANK YOU NOTES • BRIDES BOOKS • GUEST BOOKS »RECEPTk)N NAPKINS • NEW CALLING CARDS UNFORMALS For your Teas, Lunclieons Showers, Coffees You or Your Hostess Should SELEa FROM OUR STOCK • Wedding Cups • Tablecloths • Party Picks • Nuf Cups • invitations • Place Cards • Napkins • Table Decorations Personalized Napkins matches & brides books & informqis arft imprinted in our stor* quick onedaysarvic* If you are planmng a wedding make youy first stop iBoyd Brothers. Stop at your leis* lire in our beautiful NEW store. BOYD BROTHERS, INC. 42SiL15thStrMt HER GOAL IS TO HELP Sgt. Jeanette Lee NEWCOMERS MR. and MRS. THOMAS WARD WIN MASTER GIFT FOR SEPTEMBER Tlie Panama City Newcomer Welcome Service held the drawing at ADAMS WESTERN AUTO STORE, taS Florida Avenue, Lynn Haven. Mr. R.J. Logan (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 the 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 sooh as possible. The next drawing will be held the 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 will be pleased with the warm WELCOME from members of our fine business community. This is another cheerful way to make our popular WELCOME service more stimulating for the NEWCOMERS moving into our area. PANAMA CITY NEWCOMER WIICOME SERVICI Ms. A.E. Hoffnwnn-hPiliit 763-1780 (8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.) P.O. Box 2211 (Rts.) 234-6772 . Mtmter • lay Caimty Chombar of Commarco

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