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SOCIETY MARGARET HUDSON, Editor Annual Sunday School Banquet Carries Out Football Motif A clever football theme was carried out at the recent annual Sunday School training banquet at First Baptist Church. Large goal posts decorated with crepe paper were placed at either end of the banquet hall. Goal posts made with vari - colored candles decorated each end of the tables. A football field of green crepe paper served as the tablecloth. Place cards were in the form of pennants, and programs were in the shape of football helmets. A large banquet of bronze chrysanthemums adorned the speakers' table and a large Scoreboard, which listed churches in the association with records of teacher training, Was spotlighted behind the table. Dr. C. H. Watson, associate in the Sunday School department, at Jacksonville, was guest speaker for the evening and special music was provided by Clifford Holcomb, also of Jacksonville. Cloyd H. McClung was master of ceremonies. Mrs. George McDonald was commentator at a style show, featuring Leon Harrison and Curtis Savell who modeled frocks that the well-dressed woman would wear to a ball game. Then Mrs. Leon Harrison, Miss Theresa Starling, Miss Mary Elaine Mathis, Mrs. H. T. O'Shields, and Mrs. Jack Van Hook modeled placards showing what the well-informed Sunday School teacher will be wearing during the coming year. More than one hundred officers and teachers from eight churches attended the banquet. Mrs. Whiteside Named Head Of FSU Alumni Association TALLAHASSEE, Fla., -- (Spe-1 representative for Surveys of State cial)--Mrs. Ellen Knight Whiteside, of Coral Gables. Florida, who attended the former Florida State College for Women, now FSU, from 1927 to 1931, is new president of the Florida State University Alumni Association. Alma Warren. She succeeds Miss Tallahassee, eister of Governor Fuller Warren. Mrs. Whiteside, a housewife and social worker, is the wife of a Miami attorney, Thurman A. Whiteside. The couple have two children, Ellen McKay \Vhiteside, 11, and John Knight Whiteside, 3 years of age. While attending the former FSCW, Mrs. Whiteside was a member of the Phi Beta Phi, Chi Delta Phi and Alpha Chi Alpha. She served as her class parliamentarian for four years, was a member of the Cotillion Club, worked on the Flambeau, student newspaper staff, and represented the Sophomore Class in the Student Council. In her work since graduation she has been a member of the District Welfare Board from 193841: first woman member of the State Welfare Board from 1941 to 1944; member of the Community Chest Board and Family Bureau Board in Dade County: and also Served as a member of the Welfare Planning Council Board and as executive director of the Welfare Planning Council in Dade County. She was the governor's special Committee from a major part in Institutions and was instrumental in obtaining introduction and passage of the State Adoption Bill in the State Legislature in 1923. She served as chairman of the Governor's Children's 1946-47 and had the introduction and passage of a legislative bill creating the Florida Chilflren's Commission. She served as the chairman of the Children's Commission from 1947 to 1951 and is now a member. When President Truman held his Mid - Century Whitehouse Conference on Children and Youth in 1950, Mrs. Whiteside served as chairman of the Florida delegation. She received national honors by being 1 selected as a member of the National Committee of Children and Youth. Other officers elected by the association are: Judge Benjamin Andrews Meginniss, widely known Tallahassee attorney and member of the Class of 1903, vice president; Mrs. Margaret Walcott Higgins, member of the class of '39, and resident of Lake Alfred, secretary; Fred Orr Drake Jr., Tallahassee, class of '49, treasurer. The district directors elected are William Thomae Fussell, Tampa, class of 1948; Mrs. C. B. Harvey, Key West, class of 1937; and Mrs. Odis Allen Johnson, Ga., class of 1941. Thomasville, First International Mail Flight is Commemorated KEY WEST UP) -- A cast aluminum marker was unveiled here Sunday in observance of the 24th anniversary of the first international air mail flight. The Historical Association of Southern Florida erected the marker at the entrance to Meacham Field, where a Pan American World Airways plane took off on Oct. 28, 1927, on the first scheduled air mail flight to Havana, Cuba. It's Another Girl For the Bob Crosbys HOLLYWOOD (ff) -- It's another girl for the Bob Crosbys. A daughter was born to the band- lander's wife Saturday. They now have two girls and three boys. Dr., Mrs r Daffin Guests At Church Birthday Supper About 150 members attended a birthday supper honoring Dr. and Mrs. R. D. Daffin Jr. at the First Presbyterian Church in St. Andrew recently. Dr. Daffin recently accepted the pastorate of the McLeod Presbyterian Church in Bartow, Fla., and will leave here Nov. 5. The couple were presented several gifts from Sunday School classes and other church organizations in appreciation of their years of service to the church. Following a ceremony ol the bur- ing of the mortgage note on the church, the group sang hymns. Daytona Woman Heads Zonta International DAYTONA BEACH (.-R-- Mrs. Helen Hawks, Lake Worth, was elecied governor of the llth district of Zonta International at a fall conference ending Sunday. She appointed Mrs. Mildred Bun- ther secretary and Mrs. Lillian Horton treasurer. Both are from Lake Worth. Mrs. Corrine Williams, Jacksonville, was named delegate to the national convention. Orlando was picked as the site of the 1952 convention. Truman Asks All To Observe Nov. 11 -- . - . - - - CHIP OFF THE OLD BLOCK-Little Chip Tickers, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Vickers, of Millville, celebrated his third birthday with a party on October 22. Birthday cake and ice cream was served to the little guests invited to share the occasion. Chip is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Vickers, of Millville and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hall, of this city. WASHINGTON f/R -- President Truman today urged all Americans to observe Armistice Day with "renewed prayers for the establish- j Wednesday, ment of permanent peace." He signed a proclamation calling for observance of the Nov. 11 signing of the Armistice which marked "the triumph of the forces of freedom over imperialist aggression" in World War I. Florida Cosmetologists Elect New Officers MIAMI BEACH (£)--The Florida Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association opened its annual convention here Sunday by electing officers and choosing Orlando for the 1952 meeting place. Mrs. Dina Veldink of Gainesville was named president, with the following vice presidents: Preston A. Olmstead. Tampa, Pierre H. Duba, Bradenton Beach; Mrs. Inez Reed, Miami, Mrs. Alice Brown, Tallahassee, and Mrs. Gladyse Shields, West Palm Beach. Other officers include: Barbara Roberts of Pensacola, financial secretary. The convention ends Panama City News-Herald, Monday, Oct. 29,1951 Page 3 Junior School Garden Groups Planned Here Plans for organizing junior garden groups in the fifth and sixth grades of elementary schools and in junior high schools will be discussed at a meeting of Junior Garden Club chairmen in the home of Mrs. Felix Moates, 619 Fourth court at 2:30 p. m. Tuesday. Mrs. Moates, general chairman of Junior Garden Clubs, urged that all chairmen attend this important meeting. Girl's Auxiliary Meets For Program The Girl's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church of St. Andrew met recently for an interesting program, with Miss Hilda Ingram as director. Others participating included: Miss Jo Ann Davis, Miss Carolyn Kelly, Miss Sue McKinney, Miss Theresa Berry, Mise Patsy Berry, Miss Katie Mae Pope, Miss Doris Shoupe and Mrs, Eva Thompson, auxiliary leader. During the social hour the group enjoyed tasty refreshments. All intermediate girls are invited to attend the Girl's Auxiliary and enjoy the social activities and Christian fellowship. 9 of 13 State Markets To Operate in November WINTER HAVEN wi -- state Markets Director William L. Wil- He said before the wounds of son says nine of the 13 state markets will operate in November. World War I had fully healed, armed aggression occurred again in the World War II and now "has once more been loosed by the Communist onslaught in Korea." . He said the abolition of international lawlessness "remains a goal to which-the United States is sincerely dedicated." Car Hit Backing Out, Killing Driver's Wife JACKSONVILLE (ft -- Mrs. June Tedder, 31, was killed in a two car crash here Saturday night. County Road Patrolman B. R. Fields said the woman's husband backed his car out of a driveway of the Worth Club and it was hit by a car going along Normandy Boulevard. in Weather conditions will determine volume, he added in his weekly report. Florida city expects to start picking a fair acreage of pineland tomatoes about mid-December. Palmetto plans to move a variety of produce in volume about Nov. 15- Early fall vegetables are increasing in volume at Wauchula, more than 13,000 bushels of cucumbers averaged $4.37 last week. Gross receipts on all produce were $59,223.61. Sanford handled 5,000 hampers of beans at an average of $2.10. A light supply of cucumbers averaged S4.55 a bushel. Three million cabbage plants averaged $2.25 a thousand. WSCS Members Attend Conference Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Callaway Methodist church who attended the WSCS conference at Graceville, Fla., recently included: Mrs. L. G. Grant, Mrs. A. B. Smith, Mrs. Helen Veal, Mrs. Hugh Brown, Mrs. T. A. Abernathy and Mrs. Coltz. Panama Citian Back From Korean Duty Twenty-eight Florida men, including Pfc. Ivey R. Burch, 1332 Lincoln Drive, Panama City, have arrived at San Francisco from the Far East aboard the transport Gen. William Black. The men returning for leave and re-assignment under the Army's rotation plan include Sgt. Raymond D. Beliech and Pvt. Leo Marshall of Pensacola, Cpl. Junior E. Finch of Wausau, Sgt. Willian G. Hart of Quincy and Sgt. William D. Button of Ponce de Leon. A MISSION LEADER. Mrs. John Macuire, of Jacksonville, state mission study chairman, will be in Panama City Thursday to lead the annual foreign mission study for the women of the Northwest Coast Baptist Association at the First Baptist Church. Mrs. Maguire, whose husband is executive secretary-treasurer of the Florida Baptist Convention, recently visited Baptist mission fields in Latin America and is well qualified to speak on mission needs in that area. A well-known lecturer and writer, she is the mother of three children. Adams-Grant Wedding Is Event of Oct. 27 Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Grant, of Lyrm Haven, announce the marriage of their daughter, Peggy Joe, to Pfc. Eldridge Adams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Adams of Graceville. Fla. The wedding was solemnized, Sunday, Oct. 21, at Lucedale. Miss. Pvt. Adams is stationed at Tyndall Air Force Base. tiffs, and LUCY DAVIS, Joined by her husband. OBOItOC W. DAVIS ar* d«- I«nl»nu, we *» Commlodonen appointed by U» Oourt under *nd by Tirtue of the terms of the Final Decree will offer for Mle *nd Mil at public outcry to the highest and best bidder for cash at tbe North frontdoor of the Courthouae of Bay County, in the City of Panama City. Florida, on the 5th day of November. A. D. 1951. between the hours of eleven o'clock A. M. and two o'clock P. M.. the same be!eg a legal sales day and the hours the legal hours of sale, the following described property situate in Bay County, Florida, to-wit: Lots 2 and 3 In Hltison and Blackman R«-Plat Of Lot 2 In original Block 4 of O. H. Horn survey situated in the NE'i of Section 23, Township 4 South, Range 14 West. The said property as aforesaid together with all the tenements, heredi- taments, and appurtenances thereunto belonging. OF in anywise appertaining, being sold In keeping with said Uecree. Dated this 20th day of October, A. D. 1951. RICHARD H. WILLS, L E. MERR1AM. JR., FRANK W. MIZE. ISLER AND WELCH, By Ernest W. Welch. Solicitor for Plaintiffs. 5695--10.22-29 Party Gowns to Fit Eisenhower Termed Anti-New Dealer GARDEN CITY, Kan. (/PI--Rep. Hugh D. Scott Jr. (R-Pal said Saturday night that Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower is "vigorously anti- New Deal" and by all odds a Republican. Scott, former Republican national chairman, said in a .speech prepared for a Young Republican convention here that Eisenhower will "react on a patriotic basis" and accept the Republican nomination if the people 'demonstrate . . . that they want him for their president." Urging the Young Republicans to endorse Eisenhower, Scott called the general "the one candidate who would be certain to become president on the Republican ticket." Scott is one of several GOP leaders organizing a campaign to get the nomination for Eisenhower. 26 Killed in Crash Of Guatemalan Plane GUATEMALA, Guatemala UP) -The government proclaimed nation wide mourning Sunday for a Guatemalan Air Force transport plane. Only two of the 28 persons aboard survived. The plane, bringing the performers back from a theater benefit performance at Flores, crashed Saturday shortly after taking off near the tropical city. Best-Known U. S. Must Keep Armed, Finletter Warns Nation PHILADELPHIA (/P) -- Atomic weapons being produced by the United States will revolutionize war fare but will not allow a big cut in military spending, Thomas K. Finletter, Secretary of the Air Force, asserted Sunday. "Until we have worked out a fool proof system of controlling these awful modern weapons--which our possible enemies possess--we will have to remain armed and very effectively armed," he said in the concluding speech of a three-day centennial celebration at St. Joseph's College. He predicted that eventually, 'farsighted calculations" aimed at eliminating obsolete techniques and equipment will make tax reduc- ,ions possible. Here are three ways to look during the holidays. Evening halter (left) in velvet is teamed with full skirt in gleaming brocade. Slim suit (center) in bemhersr metallic brocade lias fitted .jacket ·with huge turn back velvet cuffs. Strapless ball gown ( r i g h t ) has shimmering t"rso in taupe sr- quins and floating, bouffant skirt in fllmy nylon tulle. Each fits special way of l i v i n g . borne remedy to relieve miseries of child's cold ptty jiw *ct--et/f Orkia! Month-End Clearance 2 Racks D R E S S E S and Values to $29.95 Junior, Misses and Half Sizes 474 HARRISON AVE DIAL 4033 : reak Accident Kills .ake Wales Autoist LAKE WALES UP1 -- Perry Bux;on, 43. of Lake Wales was killed in a freak week-end accident here. State Highway Patrolman H. D. Doyle said Buxton's automobile went out of control on a curve, smashed through a guard rail, tum- 3led down an embankment onto a railroad track and was hit by a train. Buxton was a retired Army man. Tampan Enters Race For Florida Governor TAMPA UP1 -- Bruce Stevens of Tampa has announced his candidacy for governor of Florida in a statement hitting government waste and corruption. Stevens, a night club musician for several years, said he is now in the cattle business. Warren to Talk In Apalachicola Governor Fuller Warren will visit eastern West Florida on Saturday, Nov. 10, in his county-by- county speaking tour, according to his latest itinerary. On that day he is scheduled to speak in Apalachicola, Crawfordville and Quincy. Give Your Best for Community Chest. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT OP THE STATE OF FLORIDA. IN AND FOR BAY COUNTY. FLOYD DAVIS and Wife, WINIFRED PARKER DAVIS, Plaintiffs, vs. LUCY DAVIS. Joined by her husband, GEORGE W. DAVIS, Defendants. NOTICE OF COMMISSIONERS' SALE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, as Commlsloners, under and by virtue of the Final Decree heretofore entered In the above styled cause. In which FLOYD DAIS and wife, WINIFRED PARKER DAVIS and plain- VIGORO For Your $O50 Lawn, TOO Ibs..... a SUPER FEED STORE IN CIRCUIT COfRT, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCfT, BAY COUNTY, FLORIDA JAMES A HYATT Plaintiff BILLIE E. HYATT Defendant NOTICE TO: Blllle E. Hyatt, whose address Is 1163 Maunakea St., Honolulu, T. H. On or before the 22nd day of November. A. D. 1951, the defendant Billie E. Hyatt Is required to serve upon, William B. Leath Plaintiff's Attorney, whose address Is Box 1160, Panama City, Florida a copy of, ar.d file with the Cleric of this Court the original of. an answer to the Bill of complaint for divorce filed against her herein. Witness my hand and seal of said court at Panama Cltv. Bay Countv, Florida, this the 19th 'day of October, A. D. 1951. CIRCUIT COURT SEAL W. S. WEAVER, as Clerk of said Circuit Court By Mabel Patterson, Deputy Clerk 5696--10: 22, 23 -- 11: 5, 12 CIUCUIT coun TH JUDICIAL NOTICE TO DEALERS OFFICE OP THE STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT Tallahassee. Florida, October 18. 1P51 PURCHASE OF SHELL MATERIAL Sealed bids will be received in the Purchasing Division of the State Road Department until 10:30 A. M. (E.S.T.) on the 1st day of November. 1951, lor furnishing: the following material: WAREHOUSE ACCOUNT NO. 8432. for furnishing approximately 6.700 Cubic Yards Washed Reef Shell. Prices are desired for the material delivered to Panama City, Florida, In stockpiles. All material to be in acordance with the Specifications of the State Road Department, approved and adopted August 1, 1950. and Special Provisions attached to or contained In the Bid Blank. A certified check In amount of 5^ of bid made payable to the Chairman of the State Road Department, with the necessary State's Documentary Stamps attached, must accompany each bid. All certified checks shall be certified -within 30 days of the date for receiving bids. Cashiers" checks tvlll not be accepted. The successful bidder will be required to execute contract and bond. E13 blanks will be furnished to Deal- era upon application to the Purchasing Dovislon of the State Road Department, Tallahassee, Florida Bids wH! not be recognized unis.ss submitted on such old blanks. The right is reserved by the State Road Department to reject any or all bids. STATE ROAD DEPARTMENT OF FLORIDA Alfred A. McKcthan, Chairman. Sam P. Turnbull. State Highway Engineer. 5694--10:22-29 IN AND FOB BAT CODHTT. IDA. m CHANCERY JAMES A. TT7CKCB. MARY K. TUCKER Mid ERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN CIATION OF PANAMA CITY. IDA, Defendant*. AMENDED NOTICE TO ____ IN THE NAME OF THE STATB _ FLORIDA: TO: MARY E. TUCKER. WWMB P R E S E N T WHEREABOUTS Ift CM- KNOWN, BUT WHO 13 BELIEVED TO BE SOMEWHERE IN THE STATE Og CALIFORNIA. AND IT IB BELOCVM* THAT MAIL MIGHT BE FORWARMD TO HER IF SENT IN CARE OF MKk ERNEST BARNES, SHERIFF MARIAN* NA, FLORIDA. You are hereby notified that a seeding has been brought again**' In the Circuit Court oJ Bay Ca' Florida, for recisslon and caaeell of a deed In which James A. was grantor and Jamem A. Tucker Mary E. Tucker were grantees, said being dated the 1st day of June. _ 1951, and recorded in Deed Boo* at page S91, public record* of County, Florid*, conveying Lots 14 and 15, in Block 28 in Northeast Quarter (NEU) of Section 1, Township 4 South, Range 15 West. according to Plat of E. L. Wood on file in the office of Circuit Court Clerk, and also for recission and cancellation of Application for transfer of certificate of title and the certificate of title Issued thereon, if any, in which Jame* A. Tucker transferred to James A. Tucker and Mary E. Tucker, the tltl« to a 1849 Chevrolet automobile tudor, bearing 1951 Florida license number 23-7182. Engine numner GAA-83S464, Serial number 1GJJ 23616, and, You are hereby summoned and required to file with the Clerk of said court your written answer to the Bill of Complaint, which is herewith served upoa you, on or before the 9th day of November. A. D. 1951. and at the tarn* time to serve a copy of said answer on Davenport Johnston. Plaintiff* at- tornevs. who=e address is P. O. Bo* 1095, Panama City, Fla.. and If you fail to do so decree pro confesso will be entered against you for the relief demanded in the Bill of Complaint. WITNESS rr.y hand and the seal of said Court at Panama City, Bay County. Florida, this 5th day of October. A. O. 1951. (Circuit Court Seal) _ W. S. WEAVER. As clerk of. the above styled court. 5680--10:8-15-22-29 IN THE COUNTY JUDGE'S COURT, BAY COUNTY. FLORIDA Re: Estate of Fred Philips, deceased. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that I hav* filed my final returns as administra- trix de bor.is non of the estate of Fred Philips, deceased: that I have filed my Petition for Final Discharge and that I will apply to the Honorable . Joseph \V. Bailey. County Judge of 1 Bay County. Florida on November 15. 1951, for approval of the same and for final discharge as administratrix d« bor.is non of the estate of Fred Philip*, deceased. MARY S. PHILIPS. Administratrix de bonls non of the estate of Fred Philips, deceased. 5690 10:15-2-29: 11:5 IN CIRCUIT COURT, FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, BAY COUNTY, FLORIDA ERNESTINE McDOULETT, Plaintiff. vs. DALE McDOULETT. Defendant. NOTICE TO: DALE McDOULETT. whose residence is Route 3, Box 115. Montgomery, Alabama. On or before the 15th day of November, A. D. 1951, the defendant DALE McDOULETT is required to serve upon WILFRED C. YARN, PlamOff'» attorney, whose address is P. O. Box 491. Panama Citv, Florida, a copy of. and file .vith the Clerk of this Court the original of, an answer to the BUI of complaint for divorce filed against him herein. Witness my hand and seal of said court at Panama City, Bav County, Florida, this the 12th day of October, A. D. 1951. Circuit Court Seal W. S. WEAVER, as Clerk of said Circuit Court. By Mabel Patterson, Deputy Clerk. 10:15-22-29; 11:5 r 4mmmmmmmfa%%%^^ \ e Prompt · Courteous · Efficient 1 Oxygen Equipped AMBULANCE! SERVICE Smith Funeral Home PHONE 4646 ^ (Formerly Brake Funeral Home) fe T. W. SMITH, Funeral Director 505 N. MacAnhur Ave. Panama City SSJSSM'SSSSS^^^^ Serve Coke cold ice cold . «;/ 'TM83?'' "· boffl To Coke is at its delicious best when served ice cold. Keep it in the coldest §pot in your refrigerator. D.RIXA : ; ! · OTTllO UNDEI A U T H O t l T Y OF THE COCA-COlA COMFANV IT PANAMA CITY COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY O 1M1, 1m CCCA-COLA COAWM* m

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