nn , p 3R ? 00NJT . EA *~ Brlght oran & e and yellow day featured a wide assortment of delicacies, and Mrs. Boyette, Mrs. Tom Hanpv M ..« n™™ v^i,^ a shol'S t r lng at i hG , annUal Frlends tea ^Tl^l! Was chalrman of the affair " Sh0 ^ft Mrs. Florence SSS^i^^vil!!^ pJkZ JZl " thG . Se °u nd Ph0 / 0, Mrs> Frank £ Tlg % in the second P hoto are Mrs - Arthur Fishel, third photo, Mrs. Harry Smith ffimanls shoi™ Parker, at left, was in charge of the food which Mrs. Basil Moore. Mrs. L.M. Anew.*™ T T Y ' CF ? A,RMAN LS SHOVVN right in the second photc „ ilo . „ IV11UI emKh Mrs. Basil Moore, Mrs. L.M. Anderson, Mrs. J.T. presenting Mrs. Jane Patton, director of libraries, a $650 check, proceeds from the tea which will be used to promote and improve the libraries. Miss Panama City Goes For State Title Engagement Told (Continued From Page IB) reception hosted in their honor. On Tuesday the contestants will begin rehearsals and make several public appearances in the Orlando area. Wednesday is the first day of the actual competition. The contestants will be divided into three groups for presenting the three phases of the competition—evening gown, talent, and swimsuit. Each night of the preliminaries a different group will present one phase. Mornings will be filled with rehearsals. In the afternoons each contestant will have an appointed time for her judges' Interview. Although the interview does not have a point value in the competition, it does allow the judges to meet and talk to each of the contestants on an individual basis. The pageant entrants will be staying at Rollins College, Winter Park, during the pageant week. The finals on Saturday night will be telecast live for the first time on a local Orlando station and relayed to several other stations around the state. The talent that Sue Spring, Miss Panama City, will present at the Miss Florida Pageant is her original art work described in a poem that she wrote last year for the local pageant. She designed her costume after the "Holly Hobby" motif. Her drawings are in the same motif and illustrate her efforts at learning a new talent such as twirling the baton, dancing, or playing the piano. After failing at each of these she returns to her true talent, painting, and draws a self-portrait. Miss Spring will leave Sunday, June 23, at 11 a.m. from the Panama City airport. Local sponsors of the Miss Panama City Pageant, the Panama Cilty Jaycees and Jayceettes will be seeing her off. 1967-68 Linda Fltts Dorman, the winning contestant for Miss Panama City in 1967-68, went on to claim the crown of Miss Florida In state competition. Miss Fitts talent presentation the bodacious flapper doing the Charleston in herswingy 1920s outfit and popping her bubble gum, was a hit of the pageants annd one of the first revivals of the flapper and Charleston era to make the SC6I1C* Miss Fltts attended Gulf Coast and graduated from the University of Florida with a Bachelor of Arts degree in sociology. While in college she was a member of Alpha Delta Pi social sorority. Immediately following graduation in June, 1971, she married Roy R. (Randy) Dorman Jr. of Panama City. Linda has served as judge also emceed for various Junior Miss and other preliminary lyiiss Florida pageants. She is employed as a social worker with the Division of Family services and her husband fs self-employed locally in the restaurant business. The Dormans are members of the First Baptist Church. She and her husband are expecting their first child this month. 196849 Carol Still Moody, a slutry, dark-haired beauty with a winning smile followed on the heels of the sparkling-eyed blonde, bubble-popping Linda Fitts as Miss Panama City the next year. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Buckley of Lynn Haven, Carol, on the Gulf beaches helped to promote the Miracle Strip as Miss Long Beach In 1968. She attended the University of Florida and was a member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. While at the university Carol was Homecoming Queen 1967. She obtained her degree in journalism and taught for two years in Lake City at the Junior High level. In June of 1971, Carol married James (Jim) S. Moody Jr., a lawyer. Jim and Carol now live in Tampa where Carol is employed with General Telephone as editor of their monthly newsletter and Public Affairs Representative of the company. 1969-70 Diane Bass Clifton, a talented musician with dark tresses and smiling Irish eyes, became the Miss Panama City for 1969-70. She attended Florida State University where she was a member of Sigma Sigma Sigma Social sorority and the University of Florida. Diane married William "Lee" Clifton during Christmas holidays of 1970. She has been active while living in Gainesville. Gainesville. During the first years of her marriage she taught piano and voice. This past year she directed "Hello Dolly" at a local high school and moved Into her new home. She has been an active member of a new Baptist Church singing in the choir and teaching Sunday school. Presently Diane owns a women's apparel store. Her husband Lee is a self employed consulting economist with Clifton Scientific Analysis Corp. Diane 's parents are Mr. and Mrs.H.O. Bass of Panama City. 1970-71 Jo Lynn Pijot Durrance as Miss Panama City, was like Florida sunshine with her golden blonde hair and dark -eyed beauty. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Pijot of Panama City, Jo Lynn 5x7 COLOR ENLARGEMENT SPECIAL FROM YOUR FAVORITE Kodocolor negative only (except 110) OFFER EXPIRES JUNE 30, 1974 &ryan & jpkoto Skop 214 West 5th Street — Across From Post Office graduated from the University of Florida where she majored In advertising design. While In college she was In Alpha Delta Pi social sorority, served in the student senate, was Miss University of Florida and Trail and Air Force ROTC Little Colonel of the Couth. Upon graduation, Jo Lynn worked with the Atlanta Chamber of Commerce and with a shopping mall as assistant advertising manager. Christmas 1973 Jo Lynn married Tommy Durrance. Tommy Is self-employed as well as playing pro football with the Jacksonville franchised Florida Sharks. Jo Lynn and Tommy make their home in Daytona Beach and Jacksonville. 1971-72 Debbie Callaway, another brown-eyed blonde was a bit of a miniature, dainty five feet two.She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Holey M. Callaway and is presently attending Florida State University. She is in her senior year majoring In music. She is a member of the First Methodist Church. Whenever Deb-, bie is in Panama City she sings for various churches and performs during the March of Dimes. She is a talented singer, with a remarkable voice and good delivery. 1972-73 Carol Harrison, last year's winner is a stream-lined, well trained, ballet dancer packed with talent. The dark-eyed brunette beauty Is going into her junior year at Texas Christian University where she is majoring in dance. She is a member and recording secretary of Kappa Delta Costal sorority, Chi Tau Epsilon honor society which promotes interest in the performing arts and requires that she maintain at least a 3.0 point grade average. Carol is a performing member of the Fort Worth Civic Ballet company. She was third runner-up in the Miss Florida Pageant last year and has just been selected Miss Forth Worth and will be in the Miss Texas pageant this summmer. With all of her activities Carol Is in the Dean's List as well. She is the daughter of Mr. annd Mrs. L.L. Stone of Panama City. Household Hints The engagement and approaching marriage of . Karen Wainwright Davis to Larry Dean Moore has been announced by parents of the future bride, Mrs. Eileen Woods; 536 W. Main- St., Niles, Mich, and John B. Wainwright, S. Bonita Ave., Panama City. The bride-to-be works at Beach' State Bank as bookkeeper and has atten- Young Karlstad To Wed Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Young of Lynn Haven have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Karan Jo, to PFC Terry Wayne Karlstad of Enterprise, Ala. The bride to be ls presently employed at Burger King Restaurant. 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