Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on June 27, 1974 · Page 6
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 6

Panama City, Florida
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Thursday, June 27, 1974
Page 6
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t ^wpAA NRW&IIERAI.I), Panama City,, Kla., Thursday, JiMfW, 1974 55 P/us Club Names Officers The of ganiaational meeting of the "55 Plus Club" of Bay County was held recently, at the Daf* fin Park Club-House on Kraft Avenue. Officers elected were ; W.C. Green Is ^niertalhment chairman and assistants are Mrs. Minnie Harris and Mrs. Hope Love, Mrs. Halj Catanche parliamentarian; and Mrs. Roberta Frausto, pianist and Harrls.president; Frank Mason, publicity chairman. first vlce'-presldentj Willard Creamer, second vice-president;, Mrs. Louise McMillan, secretary; and Mrs. Gertrude Creed, treasurer, President Harris appointed Walter Watford as chaplain. Sunshine chairman is Mrs. Irene Gilbert, Mrs. Nelrea A goodly number of people were in attendance. Soft drinks, were enjoyed, as well as Ice cream and cookies. The next meeting will be held oh Wednesday night, June 26, at the Daf fin Park clubhouse. Roberta Frausts is publicity chairman.* j Beta Sigma Phi Council Is Host NURSERY GRADUATION-Kiddie Kollege Nursery held it's first graduation exercise recently. Twelve graduates received diplomas and several non-graduates joined them in presenting a program. The program climaxed with the awarding of graduation rings and diplomas to the 12.Those graduating were Richard Ashe, Rodney Bruce, Jessie Edwards, Crystal Flowers, Jungclaus Gipson, Levera Howard, Beverly Jones, Debora Lane, Myron Long, Christopher Owens, Swanson Ovens, and Kelly Wester. Here Director Walter Ford makes ohe of the awards. Nancy Harhai Honored Beta Sigma Phi City Council recently sponsored a salad supper at the West Side Men's Club. The event is an annual affair, with all ten local chapters participating. Members bring their favorite salads, which are served buffet style. Decorations Miss Nancy Louise Harhai, a 1972 graduate of Bay High School, recently graduated f|*om Patrick Henry State Junior College In Monroeville, Ala. During the commencement exercises Miss Harhai was announced the recipient of the Senator James B. Allen award for the most outstanding student. , While at Patrick Henry Miss Harhai served as president of the Student Activities Cabinet (formerly the Student Government Association), treasurer of the Freshman Class, vice-president of the Drama Club, secretary of the Chorus, board member of the Compass Club, and a member of Circle K. Pep Club, the Dean's Council for Campus Affairs, and the Patrick Henry Players, and appeared in the college musical, "My Fair Lady". ! She also served as state vice-president and attended two national conventions of Phi Theta Kappa, the national junior college honorary. While at Patrick Henry Miss Harhai was chosen as the Freshman maid in the 1973 NANCY HARHAI HONORED-Mrs. R.C. Lowry (left) hosted a bridal shower for Miss Becki Lloyd (center in her home. Qne of the special guests was Mrs. Bruce Lloyd, (right) mother of the bride-to-be. Miss Lloyd will become the bride of Donald Edward Aarants on July 19. Homecoming Court, a sophomore Homecoming candidate, a nominee for Miss P.H.J.C., and was named to appear in Who's Who in American Junior Colleges. The Senator Allen award is the most coveted In the Alabama Junior College system. Garden Club Has Workshop Parker Garden Club met for the regular June meeting recently at the Parker Community Building. The club held a workshop on making items for the Christmas bazaar to be held Oct. 15-16. A covered dish luncheon was enjoyed by everyone who attended. The following members were present: Mrs. David Hutchison, Mrs. Clarycee Smith, Mrs. Thelma Work, Mrs. Bessie Storm, Mrs. Peggie Atchison, Mrs. Alberta Holley, Mrs. Wester Miller, Mrs. Ruth Hewett, Mrs. Ann Shaw and Mrs. Jewel Majoros, and four visitors, Mrs. Rene Hewett Jarman, Miss Beth Hall and Miss Janice Housley and Lloyd Work. The club is in recess for the months of July and August. Birthdays Mrs. Sue Welch, Mrs. Judith Meeker and Curtis Dean, members of the Senior's Friendship Club with birthdays in June, were honored with a party to celebrate the events at the Truesdell Park Clubhouse. A large, decorated birthday cake, punch, coffee, tea and fruit juices were served by the hostess, Mrs. Maude Beale. Mrs. Hertha Carter and Mrs. Cleo Pearce prepared the table decorations. Group singing and card playing followed the. refreshments. Fashion Beauty Tips Overexposure Let modesty prevail even during hot weather. Don't wear body-revealing clothes at inappropriate times and places. Good Companion A large canvas tote with strong canvas handles and a bright print lining can be useful at the beach, supermarket or traveling. Less Makeup Don't wear a lot of makeup if you are going to do any vigorous exercise, such as tennis. It will only run and smear and detract from your appearance. Work & Play For those anything-goes fun times when you're camping or biking, wear a bodysuit styled like work overall;. It has shoulder straps and a pocketed bib front. Made in comfortable synthetic material, it is colored in traditional donlm spiced with red stitching. ArtDeco If you are hooked on reviving the look of the Thirties, you can buy new art deco jewelry if you don't have any of your own authentics. Choose from pins, scarf clips, bracelets or necklaces. In and Out Casual slip-on sandals give double the mileage. At home they serve as slippers and also take you outside in style and comfort. Constant Watch Now a belt that won't let a man forget his waistline. It comes with a real tape measure sewn inside for gentle reminding. Picture Pretty If you've always admired big panama or picture straw hats, now is the time to indulge - they are all tht* rage. carried out the theme for the new sorority year, "Stairway to Happiness". Members and guests were welcomed by newly installed City Council President, Qulnta Adams. A special welcome was extended to members of Phi Chi, the recently chartered daytime chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. Highlight of the evening came when scrapbook awards were presented. Marge Thornton, chairman for the scrapbook judging, announced that this year's First Place winner is Lambda Delta Chapter. Chairman for the winning scrapbook is Jean Tucker. XI Theta Zeta, whose chairman is Qulnta Adams, was awarded second place in the contest. Judges for the Scrapbook Competition were Mrs. Ian Barker, Mrs. Sharon Barnes and Mrs. Louise Lewis. Door prizes were awarded by XI Eta Epsllon Chapter and entertainment was provided by Lambda Upsilon. The evening ended with all members repeating the closing ritual and joining hands for the Mizpah. News From Lynn Haven Off to Russia once again is Miss Becky Sears, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sears of Lynn Haven. Miss Sears, a teacher at North Springs High School in Atlanta, has specialized In Russian history and is furthering her study at the Leningrad University this summer. Miss Sears is taking a small group of students who will combine with other small groups from around the United States traveling with the American Institute for Foreign Study. The group will tour London, Paris, Copenhagen. and Helsinki before arriving in the Soviet Union. After a month's study in Leningrad the group will then return to the United States. This will be the second consecutive summer in which Miss. Sears has travelled to Russia. Becky Lloyd Is Honored Miss Becki Lloyd was honored with a miscellaneous bridal shower in the Pretty Bayou home of Mrs. R.C. Lowry. The serving table was beautifully decorated with fern and cut flowers and there were bouquets of fresh flowers throughout the area. Miss Lloyd, attired in an off-white floor length dress, was assisted by Miss Sherri Smith in opening the many, lovely gifts. Special guests were Mrs. Bruce Lloyd, .mother of the bride-to-be, and Mrs. G.E. Amos, of Pen- :sacola, grandmother of the bride-to-be. Approximately '60 guests attended or sent gifts to the calling shower. , Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Gary Crain, Mrs. jH.J. Smith, Mrs. Aubrey Thomas and Mrs. Lowry. ,' Miss Lloyd will become ;the bride of Donald Edward JAarantson July 19. j ! Sun Cover ;Even if you already have a tan be ?jure to provide your skin with some kind of sun protection. A tan does not protect you from sun poison- mg. 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SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK Get this extraordinary X-ll Reducing Plan, and start your figure slimming today, You must be 100% delighted with results from your first package, or money refunded immediately-no questions asked. Laboratory science his perfected t tiny tablet with a Plan that is goat lor Easy Reducinj. ECKEHD BOWLAGAMEONCOLGATL After wc help ckan your house, we9etyououtofk. A CLOSE L06K--Mrs. Karen Griff (left) arid Mrs. Ina McBrlde ate gjyenMdtf look at an aircraft simulator by Squadron Leader Mike Streteri during a recent wives tour spohiored by personnel of the Interceptor Weapons School at Ityndau AFB. The orientation gave the wives of the 4757th Air Defense Squadron a chan* ce to see what their husbands do In their every day jobs, .>'•:'., d • Luncheon Given Miss The St. Andrews Bay Yacht Club was the setting for a summer luncheon honoring Miss Mildred Gayle Hooks, when Mrs. iterie Thompson, Jr., Mrs. Thomas Y. Bingham, Mrs. Walton B. Walters and Mrs. Foster H. Kruse entertained recently. A color scheme of gold and white was used on the long dining table which was decorated with white .wicker baskets holding dainty shasta daisies and baby's breath. The honoree wore a multl stripe summer frock and a corsage of daisies was presented to her by the hostesses. Miss Brenda York assisted in caring for the bride's book. Others sharing in the delightful summer luncheon were, Mrs. Wellie Hooks, grandmother of the bride-to-be, Mrs. Marcella Greenwood, Mrs. Arthur Vance Hooks, Jr., Mrs. Har- .vey Brewton, Mrs. Jack We've put Oowllng Coupons on specially marked packages of Cold Power, Polmollve Liquid, Irish Spring, Hondl-WlpesoftdFob. Take them with you when you bowl of your participating center. (Listed below.) Then everytlme you pay for a game, turn In a Colgote coupon and bowl another game free. And the nicest thing about these Colgote products Is they make cleaning less of a drudgery and then give you something fun to do when you're finished. FREE ^ COLD POWER mm Good between 9 a.m. and S p.m. daily at participating centers. Not valid for league play. Offer expires Decerijber 31,1974. Panama City*i r 5.'. Blackwell, Mrs. Albert M. Lewis, Mrs. D.E. Bowden, Mrs. D.P.Clark, Mrs. Douglas Williams, Mrs. Stephen Ring, and Mrs. George Shumaker. Miss Hooks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance Hooks, Jr., and James Alison Greenwood, son of Mrs. Marcella Greenwoods will be married on Saturday, July 13 at 8 p.m. at the Pint* Methodist Church. 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