^ A. rift; MA N >mMKRAI ,D,fenfcmaCity, Kit.,HedrM*d*y ( JIHM>M, 1*74 TURN IN PENNIES — The Rev. Fannie Hutchison, pastor of the Hiland Park Assembly of God, and Mrs. Shirley Bracewell, president of the Women's Missionary Council of the Hiland Park Assembly of God, are shown turning in pennies collected by the council for an annual district wide collection. The pennies, totaling $29.10, were turned in to Eugene Herron, vice president of Bay National Bank and Trust Co. The women hope to persuade other councils to turn their pennies in also to help ease the penny shortage. Miss Bailey Is Honoree Miss Margaret Bailey of Panama City, bride-elect of Mr. Ronnie Macon of Greensboro, Fla., was the honoree at a miscellaneous calling shower Thursday, June 13, in the Social Hall of the Greensboro Baptist Church. The room was decorated with arrangements of summer •flowers, ferns, ivy, and hurricane lamps with burning white tapers. Mrs. Addy Is Honored Mrs. Henry C. Addy, Jr., the former Miss Tannie Askew, was honored withaluncheon hosted by Mrs. Vesta Boyette in her home on Cove Blvd. Sharing in the occasion were Mrs. Jack Askew, mother of the bride, Mrs. P.A. Partrick, Mrs. Julia Askew, Mrs. Betty Andrews, Mrs. Mollie Boodle, Misses Eva Askew, Marth Andrews, Lynne Harmon and Linda Howell. The honoree was presented a glass and silver serving dish at the event. Miss Askew became the bride of Henry Addy, Jr., on Saturday, June 15 at the First Baptist Church of Parker. Alien Chapel Plans Games The Allen Chapel A.M.E. Youth Department will sponsor game nights on Saturday and Thursday evenings beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Sharon Sheffield, 1508 Wisconsin Ave., Lynn Haven. Refresheents will be sold and door prizes awarded. Arthritis Unit Meets June 28 The Arthritus League will meet on June 28 at 7 p.m. to elect officers and to hear a special program presented by Mrs. Pat Nelson. Further Information on this or any matter dealing with the Arthritis League will be given by Mrs. Clarkie Parrish at 769-2553. Hostesses were Mrs. Welborn Rowan, Mrs. Donald Clark, Mrs. Shirley Chester, Mrs. Bobby Rowan, Mrs. Ernest Chester, Mrs. Earl Willis, and Miss Beverly Rowan. They presented Miss Bailey with a IN COURT—Carolyn Ann Thomas of Panama City was among the representatives of the senior class during the recent festivities at Queens College in Charlotte, N.C. Eash class elects its representatives annually. Miss Thomas is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Thomas. She has been the president of the Kappa Delta sorority during the past year and also chaired the 1974 Queens Symposium. Miss Thomas was also selected to Who's Who In American Colleges and Universities., lead crystal cut glass candy dish. Among the 45 guests present for the occasion were Mrs. Earl Bailey of Panama City, mother of the honoree; Mrs. Charles Macon, Mrs. M.L. Macon, Sr., and Misses Gayle and Cathy Macon, mother, grandmother, and sisters respectively of the groom-elect; Mrs. M.L. Macon Jr. of Orlando, Fla., aunt of the groom-elect; and Mrs. Albert M. Lewis III of Ocala, Fla., sister of the honoree. The wedding is scheduled for Saturday, July 13, at 7:30 p.m. at St. Andrew United Methodist Church of Panama City. Open House For Aging The Bay County Council on Aging announces "open house", Wednesday, June 26, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at its new quarters in downtown Panama City. The address is 416 Jenks Avenue, right next door to the News-Herald. The spacious building has been divided into offices for the nutrition program for the elderly directed by Jaunice Gaunt, as well as offices for the direct services program directed by Eileen Clouatre. A large meeting room, equipped with comfortable chairs and matching tables, is available not only for meetings but for art and crafts classes. The building is air conditioned and with its cool mint green color scheme, it will be very inviting to those 60 years and over who might need assistance with nutrition, or transportation, health, finances, housing, legal aide, loneliness, or any other problems pertaining to the older generation. Phillips-lrby Plans Finalized Final Plans for the wedding of Deborah Phillips to Jerry Irby have been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Phillips. The bridegroom to WIDE-BRIMMED NUMBER - The millinery industry is brimming with good news. It reports more women are getting back into hats and, for fall and winter, the number one style is the wide-brimmed number. This giant nubby brim hat by Mr. John was among the styles shown June 19 as the Millinery Institute of America presented highlights of the new collections for fashion editors visiting New York for a preview of the next season's ready-to-war trends. Art To Feature Gerry Bosch The next meeting of the Panama Art Association will be on Tuesday, July 2, at 7:30 p.m. The program will feature Gerry Bosch, professional artist from Columbus, Ga. He studied art at leading schools In this country and with several masters in European countries. He will talk to the Art Association about his life in art, some of the artists he has known, show some of his works and perhaps discuss some of their techniques. A special Gerry Bosch exhibition opens this weekend at the downtown gallery. The Art Association meeting will be held at the Panama Art Center, located in the American Legion Building at the Fairgrounds. Members and visitors should use the entrance on Sherman Avenue where there is ample parking space near the rear door to the Art Center. The meeting will include a social hour and the regular purchase-gift event of a painting by a member artist. The public is invited to attend. New price records have been achieved in the international art market for works by several surrealist painters. In Paris, Paul Delvaux's "Tho Long Avenue" sold for $208,000; in New York, Dall's "Ressurrec- tion of the Flesh," $245,000; a de Chirico, $90,000; a Max Ernst, $230,000. Post-World II art also broke records: Robert Rauschenberg, $150,000; Richard Lindner, $135,000; Robert Indiana,$25,000. Rubens was born on Saturday's date, June 29, in 1577. The great Flemish painter visited Italy where he became interested in the works of Titian and Veronese. He entered the service of the Duke of Mantua as court painter. In 1605 he was sent on a diplomatic mission to Philip III of Spain. Rubens, with his keen intellect, aristocratic bearing, and linguistic gifts, was highly qualified as a diplomat. He returned to Antwerp and in 1609 was appointed court painter to Archduke Ferdinand. In 1620 Rubens was invited to France by Marie de' Medicis, where he did 21 large subjects for the Luxembourg Palace commemorating her marriage to Henri IV. Other diplomatic missions took him to Philip IV of Spain and th Charles I of England, where he conducted a successful negotiation for peace. Famous paintings by Rubens are in the world's great museums and In major chur>. ches and courts of Europe. His "Raising of the Cross" and "Descent from the Cross" in the cathedral of Antwerp are often considered his masterpieces. Rubens' greatness lies in his organization of forms, orchestration of brilliant colors, and the clear, full, sympathetic rendering of the essential passions common to all men in all times. Delacroix and the Renaissance historian Jacob Burckhardt called him the Homer of painters. Art-loving travelers to Rome can see the new Vatican collection of modem' religious art which is now open to the public. The collection is housed in the restored Borgia apartments, rooms reclaimed under and around the Sistine Chapel and other halls and loggias near the traditional Vatican museums. Some 2000 paintings and sculp-' tures by 250 painters, many of them Americans, are displayed in a magnificent setting. Shower For Miss Davis Miss Karen Davis, July bride-elect was honored with a bridal shower in the home of Mrs. Hilda Crutchfield. The hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Gladys Corley, Mrs. Martha Crutchfield and Mrs. Diane Core. The honoree, dressed in a pink maxi, was presented a carnation corsage by the hostesses. Also presented with corsages were the mother of the honoree, Mrs- Neva Davis, and the sister of the honoree, Miss Rhonda Davis. The refreshment table was covered with a white table cloth and held the punch bowl that was surrounded by greenery and flowers. Nuts, mints and cake were served to guests. Miss Rhonda Davis listed the gifts in the bride's book. Miss Davis will become the bride of Henry Newsome on July 19 at 7 p.m. in the Dirego Park Assembly of God Church. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. COME JOIN IN THE FUN - Shown having lots'of summer fun and laughs at the Summer Fun program are (left to right) Robert Sale, Mrs. Shirley Howell, director, Kayte Covey, Kread Howell, (back row) Rebecca Sale and Robeta Alfred. The program offered in sessions at the Episcopal Day School playground has scheduled various activities for children ages four through 12. Further information may be obtained from Mrs. Shirley Howell at 769-0374. Summer Fun Program Slated For Episcopal Day School be is the son of Mr. and Mrs. David Irby. The wedding will take place on June 28 at 6:30 p.m. in the Long Glass Club at the Navy Base with the Chaplain Solomon officiating. Mrs. Rannie Tucker will be matron of honor and Gordon W. Irby will be best man. A reception will follow at the club. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Birthday A bar-b-q and fish fry will be held on Sunday, June 30, in honor of Lee Bailey and R.E. Brandon's 65th birthdays. The birthday dinner will be held at Bailey's Landing on the Chipola River, south of Blountstown. The family will begin serving dinner at 1 p.m. (C.S.T.) andall family and friends of the birthday pair are invited to attend and sharp in the celebration. /'NOW OPEN\ "The Affair" 50% - 70% OFF Factory Outlet for Nam* Brand Lingerie and Loungewear Sportswear for Miuei, Junior*, Children Swimwear — Baggies. BRIDAL BRUNCH — Miss Gayle Hooks (center) is joined by her mother, Mrs. A.V. Hooks (left) and her sister, Mrs. Jim Brennan, (right) and Mrs. H.E. Jones (front), at a bridal brunch given in her honor at Bay Point. The event was hosted by Mrs. Floyd Humphries, Mrs. Kent Hall, Mrs. Jim Phillips and Mrs. Byron Parkman. What are your children doing this summer? Weil, now is the time to enroll them In the summer ( fun program to be held at the "Episcopal Day School playground at the corner of Second Street and Bonita Miss Hooks Is Honored Mrs. Floyd Humphreys, Mrs. Kent Hall, Mrs. Jim Phillips and Mrs. Byron Parkman hosted a bridal brunch in honor of Miss Gayle Hooks at Bay Point. The room was decorated with a white straw basket! filled with white daisies, yellow roses and greenery. Placecards were placed at each guests seat around the table. Sharing in the festive affair were Mrs. Arthur Hooks, Mrs. H.E. Jones, Mrs. Marcella Greenwood, Mrs. David Turner, Mrs Bea Cowgill, Mrs. Florence Stewart, .Mrs. Lloyd Fulton, Mrs. Sidney Adair, Mrs. Harvey Mathis, Mrs. Jim Brennan, Mrs. Jimmy Lewis, Mrs. Isaac Byrd, Mrs. Bruce Collins, Mrs. Alex Tuten and Mrs. Jimmy Patronis. Miss Hooks was presented with a silver casserole. She will become the bride of Jim Greenwood In July. Kitty Warren Receives Degree Mrs. Wick Warren, the former Kitty Lawrence, has received the master of education degree with a 4.0 grade average, from Georgia State University. She is graduate of Bay High School and Auburn University. Charles Wicker Warren received the master of divinity degree with honors from the Candler School of Theology at Emory University. He will enter the Ph. D. program at Emory University this fall and Kitty Warren will again teach in the DeKalb school system and continue further graduate work at Georgia State. Avenue. All children from ages four through 12 may attend the two week sessions that promise a variety of activities for each age group. Of special 1 interest to those ages 10 through 12 are the group guitar sessions. In addition to this, arts and crafts, recreational sports, surprise visitors, chess classes and planned Indoor activities for rainy days are on the agenda. Four two-week sessions are planned. Although the first began on June 17 there will be HONOREE — Mrs. Jena Cashon was recently honored with a bridal shower in her home, hosted by Misses Debbie and Kim Cameron. Mrs. Cashon is a recent bride and is the daughter of Mrs. Robert Cox. another starting on July 1 and running through July 12, another from July 15 through July 26 and the last beginning July 29 and running through August 9. Classes will begin at 8:30 each morning and will end at noon. A qualified staff will be on hand to insure that each child has the most fun possible this summer. Further information concerning the summer fun program may be obtained from Mrs. Shirley Howell at 769-0374. California Folk Visiting Here By Dorothy Wheeler ALFORD — Navy Lt. and Mrs. Dwight Scott, Jonathqn and Jason of Lamoore, California, are making their headquarters at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stephan Petorak, while on leaye. They invite their friends and relatives to come by. or contact them. They will return; to California July 8. One of the highlights of their visit was helping his sister Boot- sle, celebrate her fifteenth birthday. Mrs. Frank (Sheila) Scott of Tallahassee came over and baked the cake and helped with the homemade ice cream. Her husband is at officer's candidate school in Quantico, Va., having reported there June 9. 4927 W. Tbomei } etk Hudson Wednesday Wonder - A Wednesday only fabric special! colorful COUNTRY PRINTS 1.44 yd. reg. 1.79 Charming country prints on cool 100% cotton fabric. Colorful country colors. Great for the new western look in dresses, shirts, pants. Machine washable, crease resistant, preshrunk. 44-45" wide.
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