Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 26, 1974 · Page 8
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Lynn Haven Social Notes NEWS'HERALD, Panama City, Fla„ WobiMfey, June 2«, 1974 Page M Mrs. W.D. Ward was visited by her daughter, Mrs. StanukinoS and granddaughter, Paul, recently. Her daughter resides In Jacksonville. A group of women representing the First Baptist Church of Lynn Haven are spending the week In Lake Wales, Fla. Their purpose in going to Lake Wales Is to receive training in new methods, materials and concepts of teaching kindergarten. Participating In the program are Mrs. Robert Leonard, Mrs. Ann Cornetison and Mrs. Helen Langford, all of Lynn Haven. Mrs. James Peach of Lynn Haven recently visited her son, Jim Peach, In Dothan, Jim and his family are planning to move to Brewton, Ala., where he will become the manager of a car dealership. Col. and Mrs. Joseph R. Riley are spending the week In Camden and Montgomery, Ala. on a fishing trip. Accompaning them are Sgt. Gus Zuzman of Albany, Ga., and Mrs. and Mrs. Mac Butler of Montgomery. Oscar Koehnman left tor Mexico, where he wilt undergo acupunture treatments. 5.5 PLUS CLUB - Officers of the 555 Plus Club are: left to right, back row, Mrs. HallCotanche, parliamentarian; Mrs. Irene Gilbert, sunshine chairman; Mrs.. Louise McMillan, secretary; Mrs. Roberta Frausto, musician and publicity director; Mrs. Gertrude Creed, treasurer; Mrs. Minnie Harris, assistant entertainment chairman; front row, Walter Watford, chaplain; Willard Creamer, second vice president; Frank Mason, first vice president; and W.C. Harris, president. Energy Saving Ideas Given Florida extension cooking, cleaning, water homemakers have rallied to the heating, gardening, Insulation, cause of the energy crisis Since the first of the year, they have prepared and distributed booklets containing energy saving ideas on cooling, heating, lighting, laundry, and how to dress for warm weather and cool weather, says Miss Lora Klser, home economist, Florida Cooperative Extension Service. The booklets have been placed in doctors' and dentists' Homemaker emblem and energy crisis emblem in the top- corners. Originally the cards were planned for small, family-style motels, but some of the larger motels learned about the cards and asked to have some also. More than 35,000 cards'have GflrH^nClllh off,ces • beautyshop8 • ,,b^arie8, been sent out for distribution, WUiUVIlN*IUU an i) chambers of commerce. „,, fh , n . M Unit Meets The annual dinner meeting and installation of the Daffodil Circle of the Panama City Garden Club was held recently in the home of Mrs. Jean Good on Bay wood Drive, North Shore. Guests and members were greeted at the door and presented nametags made by Mrs. Anne Smith and corsages made by Mrs. Pat Batiste were presented to officers. Following dinner, featuring shrimp creole, served by the hostesses Mrs. Good and Mrs. Pat Batiste, officers for the new year were installed by Mrs. Barbara Guerino,' retiring president. The new officers as of June 1st are president: Mrs. Beverly Piatt, vice-president: Mrs. Nlta Hill, secretary: Mrs. Reba Buffkin, and treasurer: Mrs. Liilllan Cooper. After a brief acceptance speech by Mrs. Piatt, she presented Mrs. Guerino with a hanging basket of asparagus fern in appreciation for her work this past year. Thereafter Mrs. Hill presented the format for the following year emphasizing the various programs on flower arranging, horticulture, and landscaping. Approval was given of the brautiflcation project for next year: Improving the grounds at Mosley High School. Next on the agenda, Mrs. Cooper collected dues of 16.50 per person for next year which helps pay for yearbook, programs, horticulture and a subscription to The Florida Gardener. Mrs. Piatt, historian, presented the, scrapbook of the year's work and after review by the members, the meeting was adjourned. Several days later officers met at the home of Mrs. Lillian Cooper on Lowe Street, Pretty Bayou, to finalize plans for the coming year. Attending were the new officers and Mrs. Barbara Guerino and Mrs. Joan McLeod. Programs were organized, committees assigned and approval given for a garage sale to be held August 17th. Members should be collecting items for this event. Also, cuttings of azaleas should be taken this month and rooted for future planting at the Garden Club. A presentation will be made to the circle turning in the most rooted cuttings this year. and Each booklet contains a cover letter signed by the state president of the Florida extension homemake and the state citizenship chairman urging people to practice good citizenship by conserving energy. Cards on how to conserve energy have been supplied to hotel and motel managers. These 3 inch x 5 inch yards are attractively designed with the National Extension with 10,000 of these in both English and Spanish. The booklets and cards have met with great success. In Brevard County, when the Homemakers had placed a booklet in the community college library, they had a request for seven more copies. These booklets were used by 93 college students for their research on the energy crisis. A Jacksonville doctor has asked for extra copies. In Pensacola, one large manufacturer requested a copy for each of his 200 or more employees. Miami hotels were delighted with the cards, which were printed In Mr. ®ndMre. Steve Hastings, Spanish and English, because 3123 West Twenty-First Court, they hosted so many South announce the birth of a American conventions, aaughter Holly Marie. She was The demand for the cards and born June.13 and weighed seven booklets has been so great that pounds fifteen ounces. counties are still assembling Maternal grandparents are and distributing these Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bodiford materials, and paternal grandparents are More than 200 programs on Mr. and Mrs. J.R. Hastings all the energy crisis have also been of Panama City. given to some 5,500 people. Daughter Bom To Hasiings PLEASANT WORK - Mrs. David Richardson, who was named the Red Cross volunteer of the month for May, enjoys her work in the Tyndall USAF Hospital's pediatric clinic. Here she readies Tim Gaymond, son of SSgt. Gaymond Preast, for his daily weigh-in. Mrs. Richardson joined the program in April and has over 100 service hours to her credit. In addition to the pediatric clinic she works in general therapy. Her favorite hobby is bridge. The native of Birmingham is the mother of three children. Scholarships Given Scholarships totaling $1,000 were awarded by the Tyndall NCO Wives' Club at their recent meeting to four graduating students of Rutherford High School. Those receiving the NEW OFFICERS INSTALLED — Mrs. Barbara Guerino, (left) immediate past president of the Daffodil Circle of the Panama City Garden Club, installed new officers for the Circle at the annual dinner meeting at the home of Mrs. Jean Good on Baywood Drive. Officers installed were (left to right) Mrs. Lillian Cooper as treasurer, Mrs. Reba Buffkin as secretary, Mrs. Nita Hill as vice-president and Mrs. Beverly Piatt as president. scholarships Included Dorothea Lynn and Deborah Ann Jones, John S. Faulk, and David Michael Brazell. Dorothea and Deborah are twin sisters and the daughters of Mrs. Alice M. Jones. Each of them received a $200 scholarship. While at Rutherford Dorothea was treasurer for the Fellowship of Christian Students and worked on the committee for Christmas gifts for Dozier Boys School. She plans to attend Gulf Coast Community College and study occupational therapy. Deboarah was also in the. | Fellowship of Christian Students and worked on the Christmas fund for the Dozier Boys School. She will attend Gulf Coast to become a medical technician. John, the son of MSgt. and Mrs, Joe H, Faulk, was awarded a scholarship for $300. His high school activities included the Student Association, Debate Club, Jay Bees and Rampage school newspaper staff. He plans to study at Gulf Coast for an associate of science degree in accounting. David also received a $300 scholarship. He is the son of retired MSgt. and Mrs. David M. Brazell. At Rutherford he was an honor student every semester and earned the Air Force Junior ROTC Daughters of the. American Revolution Medal. He was active In the Junior ROTC program serving on the rifle team and color guard. He plans to attend the University of Alabama to major in U.S. History and also plans to join the ROTC program. 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