Pftg* MB NEWS-HERALD, Panama CWy, Ma., Friday, Juno 28,1974 Bosch Art Exhibition Opens Here Saturday VISIT LEGISLATURE—Friends of Bay County Public Library, Inc.,- members visited Tallahassee i on Library day, while the state legislature was in session. They are shown here with State Senator I Dempsey Barron of Panama City at the Senate rostrum. Barron is president elect of that body. From left to right are Mrs. Wayne Beumeler, Mrs. Harry Smith, Mrs. Dick Arnold, Senator Barron, Mrs. Frank Parker, Mrs. John Laslie and Mrs. Charles Fischer, Sr. Mae Gray Is Honored With Luncheon Gerhard (Gerry) Bosch, artist, teacher, and forrfier, director of the Art School at the Columbus, Ga, Museum of Arts and. Crafts, will open a two weeks' exhibition of his path' tings and drawings Saturday at Gallery of Art, $> West. Beach Drive, Panama City. The Bosch exhibit is the first of exhibits scheduled for the next six months which will offer to the Bay County area paintings by distinguished Florida, Georgia, and Alabama professional artists. Paintings by Bosch are' currently touring in the Van Arsdale Traveling Exhibition. The thirty oils and watercolors reveal his extensive travels as well as his power as a draft* sman and a vivid and exhuberant painter. Bosch was born in Henderson, Ky„ and as a youth had access to drawings and work of John James Audubon. Although he' excelled in high school sports particularly football, Bosch chose to study art at the Chicago Art Institute, Washington University, Ohio State, and briefly at the Art Students League. In Europe he studied in Vienna, Budapest, Warsaw, and finally in Paris with Andre L'Hote. Here he met Picasso who helped him obtain a Carnegie scholarship grant for study in Scandinavia and in Paris. Last month his paintings were exhibited at the Andre Well Gallery, Paris, France. Bosch and his wife Bess arrived In Panama City Thursday to spend several days painting In this area and to be present for the opening of his work Saturday and Sunday at the Gallery of Art. The gallery will feature a "Meet the Artist" Saturday GERHARD BOSCH from 6 to 9 p.m. and on Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. Mrs. C. Edward Miller, director of the gallery, urges the public to take advantage of this exceptional opportunity to become acquainted with paintings by a distinguished area artist and to discuss painting with him. Miss Mae Gray was honored with a luncheon by Mrs. Ralph Bennett at her home on West Beach Drive. An all white color scheme was carried out in the decorations On the hall table stood a small tapered arrangement made of puffs of white net. topped by a cluster bow of satin ribbon centered with small lace wedding bells. White ribbon streamers fell from the top with velvet leaves. interspersed throughtout. The stair rail was decorated ! with an arrangement of two wedding bells joined with satin ribbon streamers with a bow of '. illusion, lilies -of-the-valley and lace wedding bells. The mantel held a spray arrangement made of bows of illustion and ribbon centered with velvet and chiffon leaves mounted on a base of crushed illusion and ribbon. Tall white candles accented the arrangement. The buffet featured a white candelabra with eight white candles topped with a bow of illusion, ribbon and velvet leaves. Bows of ribbon and lace wedding bells decorated the base of each candle holder. The luncheon table held an arrangement of mums, daisies and baby's breath in a silver and crystal bowl. Twin wedding bell place-cards marked the place of guests. A handpainted Plan Fish Fry On Birthdays The family of Lee Bailey and R.E. Brandon wishes to invite friends and relatives to join them in a bar-b-q and fish fry in honor of Mr. Bailey's and Mr. Brandon's 65th birthdays. The big celebration will be held at Bailey's Landing on • Chipola River, south of Blount: stown on Sunday, June 30 with : the meal being served at 1 p.m. ; (C.S.T.). bowl personally Inscribed by the hostess was presented to Miss Gray. Those enjoying the occasion with Miss Gray were Mrs. David Gray, mother of the honoree, Mrs. Joseph Morris, mother of the groom-to-be, Mrs. Joe Manning, Mrs. E.D. DeWltt, Mrs. Eunice Brandt, Mrs. Harlan Shope, Mrs. M.J. Lingo, Mrs. WW.A. Helm, Mrs. Wayne Lee, Mrs. Woodle Smith and Mrs. Lloyd Fulton. Beauty Salon Owners Meet The beauty salon owners of Bay County met this week to establish and organize an owners association. The purpose of this association is to establish f irogress for professionals in the ield of cosmetology and for the betterment of the community. A great number of the salons were represented for the first meeting with great enthusiasm shown by all. The board committee was set up, selecting Lois' Steffan as chairman for the group which includes Nadine Sowell, Lee Ard, Bill Carpenter, Louis Jeter, and George Evans. The next meeting is scheduled for July 23. Plans Announced For Surber-Dawson Mr. and Mrs. Rutherford L. Surber, Sr., of Panama City have announced the final plans for the marriage of their daughter, Betty Sue, to Melvin Craig Dawson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Henderson. The Rev. Milton Creel will officiate the July 29 wedding at 7 p.m. in the First Baptist Church of Bayou George. Mrs. James Ward will provide the wedding music and Miss Cathy LeRoy will sing the bride's selections. Miss Deborah Landry will serve as maid of honor and Mrs. Sheila Surber will serve as matron of honor. Bridesmaids will be • Miss Alisha Henderson, Miss Adona Jones, Miss' Joe Ann Tullis of Pensacola and Miss Sylvia Anderson of Camden, Ark. Jennifer Surber and James Surber will be flowerglrl and ringbearer. Wayne Dawson will serve the bridegroom as best man. Ushers will be Lee Surber, Tommy Stinson, Gene Baker, Mike Clubbs and Steve Mlllaway. A reception will follow in the church fellowship hall and will be hosted by the bride's parents. LOSE 20 POUNDS IN TWO WEEKS! Famous U.S. Women Ski ream Dlat ' During the non-snow off season the U.S. Women's Alpine Ski Team members go on the "Ski Team" diet to lose 20 pounds in two weeks. That's right — 20 pounds In 14 days! The basis of the diet Is chemical food action and was devised by a famous Colorado physician especially for the U.S. Ski Team. Normal energy is maintained (very important!) while reducing. You keep "full" — no starvation — because the diet is designed that way. It's a diet that Is easy tu follow whether you work, travel or stay at home. (Not the grapefruit diet!). This is. honestly, a fantastically successful diet. If it weren't; the U.S. Women's Ski Team wouldn't be permitted to use it! Right? So. give yourself the same break the U.S. Ski Team gets. Lose weight the scientific, proven way. Even if you've tried all the other diets, you owe it to yourself to try the U.S. Women's Ski Team Diet. That Is, if you really do want to lose 20 pounds in two weeks. Order today. Tear this out as a reminder. Send only $3.00 (S3.2S for Rush Service) - cash is O.K. • to: NATIONAL HEALTH INSTITUTE, P.O. Box 39. Dept. 16, Durham. Calif. 95938. Don't order unless you want to lose 20 pounds In two weeks! Because that's what the Ski Team Diet will do. c!972 Shower Is Given For Joanna Bush SPEAK WEDDING VOWS- Miss Wanda Gayle Bass and James Anthony McGill were united in marriage June 14. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Bass of Lynn Haven and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. McGill of Panama City. Mis Joanna Bush, bride-elect of Russell Emanuel, was honored with a bridal shower recently. The hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Dena Steely, Mrs. Schelba Jackson and Mrs. Ann Raffield. The honoree was dressed in a green and white long dress and was presented a green carnation corsage by the hostess. Also presented with corsages was the mother of the honoree, Mrs. Betty Bush and Mrs. Peg Emanuel, mother of the groom-to-be. The refreshment table was covered with a white lace table cloth and held a crystal punch bowl that was surrounded by greenery and carnations of the brides chosen colors, yellow, pink, blue and green. Nuts, mints and cakes were served to approximately 50 guests. Mrs. Schelba Jackson and Mrs. Ann Raffield listed the gifts in the brides book. The brides table was decorated with a white lace cloth and featured one pink candle surrounded with fern and carnations. Miss Bush will become the bride of Russell Emanuel on July 12 in the Northslde Baptist Church at 8p.m. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. PRE-4TH OF JULY SALE ALL GENERAL ELECTRIC AIR CONDITIONERS WILL BE ON SALE AT COST, PLUS FREIGHT CHARGES PLUS 10%. LIMITED QUANTITIES ARE AVAILABLE SALE STARTS THURSDAY, JUNE 27TH GOODYEAR BUDGET TERMS - 90 DAYS CASH GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 325 E. 6TH ST. 763-4651 Millers Honor Couple Here Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Miller entertained in honor of Dlanne Gunnell and Hayward Miller. The dinner took place Immediately after the wedding rehearsal. The banquet room overlooked the St. Andrews Bay and featured yellow and green candles on the dinner tables. The buffet style meal consisted of various vegetables, roast beef, fried chicken and peach cobbler. At the event the bride-elect was presented a diamond-pearl necklace and matching earrings by the groom-elect. She wore this gift with her wedding gown. Bridal Shower For Miss Julie Atwell A miscellaneous shower for Miss Julie Atwell was held in the home of Mrs. Albert Crutchfield on Ten Acre Road recently. The affair was hosted by Mrs. Crutchfield, Mrs. Buford Freeman, Mrs. Clifford West, Mrs. Roy Moore, Mrs. Walter Norrls, Mrs. Dempsey Odom, Mrs. L.T. Austin, and Mrs. Henry Hollis. The party rooms were decorated in the bride's chosen colors of blue and white. Silver candelabras with blue burning tapers accented with spring flowers enhanced the refreshment tables and the gift tables. The refreshment was covered with a beautiful linen cut work Pre- Nftrik Style Skop JHTi Summer Dresses Sportswear 2 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS 224 Harrison Ave. Phpne 785-5421 11 St. Shopping Center Phone 785-1611 tablecloth. Coral vine and greenery accented the silver punch bowl. Dainty bridal cakes, nuts, and mints were served. For the occasion the bride-elect wore a floor length gown of summer print in shades of blue and pink. She wore a corsage of white. carnations presented to her by • the hostesses. Corsages were also presented to Mrs. Tolbert Atwell, mother of the bride-elect and Mrs. Mildred Clark, mother of the prospective bridegroom. The honoree was presented an electric fry pan by the hostesses. Miss Atwell. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tolbert Atwell, will become the bride of Roger LaMont Clark on Friday, August 9, at 7:00 p.m. at the First Baptist Church of Hiland Park. Mr. Clark is the son of Mrs. Mildred Clark of Panama City, and John Clark of Jacksonville, Fla. Daughter Born Mr. and Mrs.'Michael Harris of Panama City have announced the birth of a daughter on June 18. She weighed six lbs., two ounces. She is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael W. Harris of Vernon, Fla., and George Clouse of Orlando and Mrs. Mar jorie Clarke of Orlando. /'NOW OPEN "The Affair" 50% - 70% OFF Factory Outlet for Nam* Brand Lingerie and Loungewear. Sport i wear for Mines, Junior*. Children Swimwear — Baggie* 4927 W. 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