Pag* ii ' Nt?W »HEftALn, Ptmmii City, Flu., Friday, JuneII, UN NEW OFFlCEJg - TJie Insurance Women of Panama City installed officers for the new year #?>75. Installing officers was Warren Middlemas. The new officers instated are sjiown hem left to right, Donnie Kelly, president; Jane Edwards, vicepresident; Norma Wallis, recording secretary; Delores Rogers, corresponding-secretary; and Connie Ashbrook, treasurer. R.H. Hall of Gulf Coast Community College awarded certificates to those members completing the INS 23 'Cjursfc , .*|*" >. '•• ' * < FSU Grad Takes Tour With Choir Barbara J. Koesy, a 1974 graduate of Florida State University is on a singing tour of Europe with The Chorale, a 26 voice choir from FSU In Tallahassee. Miss Koesy, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin B. Koesy of 1815 Moates Ave., Panama City, is a 1970 graduate of Bay High School. Miss Koesy, who graduated with a B..S. in elementary education from FSU, was a member of Alpha Delta Pi Sorority, made the Dean's 1st for the past two years, and Interned at Cedar Grove Eelmentary School this past quarter. She was a majorette for three years, at Bay High School and a member of the National Honor Society. The Chorale, is part of a larger college choir which meets each week and sings for services at the First Bapist Church in Tallahassee. They have also presented such musicals as "Hello World," "Celebrate Life." "Love," and "The Apostle." They have done a program of Broadway musicals for versatilty. Robert Snead, conductor of The Chorale, is Minister of Music at the First Baptist Church in Tallahassee. Places to be visited for concerts are All Souls Cathedral and Temple Baptist Church In London, England; Paris, France; where fromaland informal concerts will be performed; Baptist Seminary, Chateau d'Oex, Switzerland; Service Club. Patton Chapel, Stuttgart, Germany. Concert is composed of religious, spiritual "Americana," secular, and "Broadway Musical" selections. The group returns to Tallahassee June 29. START TODAY- LOSE WEIGHT THIS WEEK HUNGREX* with F.P.A,* Juittike*tiny ' \ Hungrex tablet btfore 1 ^ meals... and bani*b thos^ hated extra pound* as J you banian hunger! Why? Btcatuc Hungrex b the most powerful . reducing aid ever releaced for public use without prescription! , ' Suppresses hunger pangs, so effectively, it actually limits the ability of your body to produce . gnawing hunger sensations! Result? You don't feel hungry. V. down • goes your calorie intake,' and down goes your weight. LOSS WKIOHTTHI FIRST DAY I Thousands now lose weight who never thought they could... report remarkable weight losses of 7...2Q... even 41 pounds in a short while. So if you're tired of half-way measures ami want really effective betp-ia reducing... send for Hungrex today. Hungrex will simply amaze you! You'll be slimmer next'weckor your money back. No prcft$pifonncedcd. •Ur, i KHMMI (into NGREX WITH I' I' A lO'stPOWMFUl REDUCING AID Eft RCLEASED FOR PUBLIC USEI box of-' 6*<ableU ill day supply) •8 oo economy size 126 tablets (42 day supply) Officials Evaluate AARP An evaluating team of officials from the American Association of Retired Persons carried out trlenlal evaluation of Chapter No. 1315 of AARP before the board of directors at a June luncheon. The evaluating team consisted of area vice president, James Farrls of Birmingham, Ala. assistant state director, Joseph Mcintosh, of Gulf Breeze; and regional representative Donald Erter of St. Petersburg. The many and varied requirements of the Charter were covered by several remarks, mostly complimentary,' from the Evaluating Team. Suggestions were made to streni then the Chapter. In the afternoon of the same day, the body of Chapter No. 1315 assembled at the St. Andrews Presbyterian Church. Joseph Mcintosh was presented to the group by Gordon Butler, president. He talked to the members concernnng the reason for the evaluation. He encouraged the need to increase the membership in order to make living easier for the older people. The need to serve and not be served was presented. Donald Either was presented by Mr. Mcintosh and he complimented the Chapter on its strangth and activities. He explained that AARP is not just another Senior Citizen club but an organization to serve and present educational and legislative information. The social contacts are beneficial to older people as well, AARP is pioneering in several programs of great interest to the senior citizen, as well as to the whole community. The importance of good communication between the local Chapter and the regional office was stressed. Mr. Erter complimented the Chapter by making the statement that it was an excellent example of good citizenship. Refreshments were served and the meeting was adjourned. Social Notes ALFORD—The Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Wheeler visited Mrs.H.L. (Blanch) Dickinson in a Dothan hospital. Mrs. Dickinson fell and broke her hip a few days after Mother's Day. The octagenerian and her husband live at Glen Arden Nursery near Chipley and are well known in the area. 11TH STREET SHOPPING CENTER MENS STORE OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF SUITS AND SPORT COATS ARE REDUCED FOR THIS WEEK'ONLY 25% OFF SHORTS, REGULARS, LONGS, X LONGS FREE ALTERATIONS OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY TIL 9 P.M SONGBIRDS — Cadette Girl Scouts are teaching the Brownies new songs. Singing at the Girl Scout Day Camp in first picture are left to right, Stacy McNeil, five, daughter of Mrs. Thomas McNeil; Gibson Thomas, seven, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas; Rochele Bulov, 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bulov; Cherri Felder, 12, daughter of MrT and Mrs. George Felder; Mary Gazzola, 12,. daughter of Maj. and Mrs. Lawrence Gazzola;. Reglna Grant, eight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I Robert Grant; Katherine Villaire, eight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Villaire; and front corner, Stephany Graham, eight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Graham, and the unit leader in back, Mrs. Jean Grant. In photo at right, Brownie Scouts join in. County Girl Scouts Camp At Eleanor Girl Scouts, ages 7 to 12, from all over Panama City are attending Day Camp this week at Camp Eleanor out on Magnolia Beach. Girls are represented from all four scouting areas of Bay County and one scout is visiting from Kentucky. The girls are enjoying swimming, hiking, cooking out, making nature crafts and learning campcraft skills. After Day Camp some girls are looking forward to attending the new residence camp at the Lake Talquin site. .The director of the camp is Mrs. George Felder from Tyndall. The business manager nurse, is Mrs. Calvin Brown, also from Tyndall. The unit leaders are Mrs. Charles Cotton and Mrs. Bob Grant, both from Lynn Haven. The assistant leaders are Mrs. Robert Walser, from Springfield and Mrs. Frederick Piatt from Tyndall. Various Cadette Girl Scouts, Junior high age girls, from Tyndall come out each day to assist in the program. The waterfront director is Chip Lloyd who is attending Gulf Coast Community College. The supervisor is Mrs. L.P. Berridge, field director. CHOW TIME - It's time to eat after vigorous swimming and this group at the bell, sounds the note. Shown left to right, are Darlene Cotton, 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cotton; Debbie Bartalo, 11, daughter of Lt. Col. A.J. Bartalo; Cindy Grant, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grant; and Claudia Brown, 11 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Brown. N.W. FLORIDA'S OLDEST AND MOST COMPLETE UNIFORM SHOP'S ARE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS AT 306 HARRISON AVE. PANAMA CITY GRAND OPENING SOON. 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