NKWS-IIKKALI). I'aiiiiiiia Cily, I'lii.. Mtiiidiiv, ScplcinlM-r UK li>7:< I'lii-r 5 SPRING HOUSECLEANING IN THE FALL Friends of the Bay County Public Libraries are getting ready for their White Elephant Sale Oct. 6, Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sprucing up the place lor objects and items from buttons, to the kitchen sink are left to right, Mrs. Mike Hobbs and Mrs. Tom Stone and three-year-old son Sam. For pickup service call the Friends. MiEEffilNGS: MEETING TODAY Panama City Republican Women's Club will meet today at the Harbour House Re.staui'ant for a noon luncheon meeting. Jerry Gillespie from the Young Republicans will be the featured speaker. LYNN HAVEN GARDENERS The Lynn Haven Garden Club opens the fall season today after a summer recess, meeting at 7 p.m. at the Garden Clubhouse. Horace Carr, agricultural agent will address the group. Mrs. H 0 w a r d Lamb president, announced. LILLIAN WALLACII GRANDMOTHERS CLUB The Lillian Wallach Grandmother's Club, Charter 755 of Youngstown, Green Hills, and Fountain will meet Sept. 12 at the Green Hills Garden Club at 11a.m. Prior to the meeting a covered dish lunch will be served. The business meeting will be presided by president Barbara Denem. New officers for 1973-1974 will be elected at this meeting. Why don't you wear that branil new dreit? HARRIS COLOR KEY ean tell yoti why! LAW LADIES MEET The Ladies Auxiliary to the Bay County Bar Association will meet in the home of Mrs. Ben Redding for a covered dish luncheon Wednesday, Sept. 12 at 11:30 a.m. All members are reminded to attend and bring a covered dish, according to a club spokesman. UDC TO MEET THURSDAY The United Daughters of the Confederacy, Confederate Salt Works Chapter No. 2269, will hold its monthly meeting at the Chapter House Thursday, Sept. 13 at 9 p.m. The pi'ogram "Why Do You Belong To The U.D.C." will be directed by Mrs. J.M. McElvey. Hostesses are Mrs. E.S. Thweatt, Mrs. R.E. Barnes, Miss Ada French, Mrs. D.D. .Tones and Mrs. A.W. Gainer. Y A C H T C L U It BRIDGE-LUNCHEON The St. Andrew Bay Yacht Club Auxiliary will hold the September bridge-luncheon at the Yacht Club Thursday. Mrs. Glenn Cooper is chairman and Mrs. John R. Cheshire is co-chairman. GEM AND MINERAL SOCIETY MEETS The Panama City Gem and Mineral Society will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the Conference Room of First Federal Savings and Loan Association on Harrison Avenue. According to the society's publicity chairman, interested persons are invited to attend. The program will be a talk by one of the society's members on his expei-iences collecting rocks and minerals in the Panama Canal Zone. -HARRIS Paint Center 615 W. 11th Street Parlama City, Fla. 763-5462 NEA NERV.G TRAVEL Our Service Is FREE PASSPORTS-VISAS HOTEL RESERVATIONS AIR TICKETS We are paid a commiiilon by the companies we represent. Therefore our services cost you NOTHING! SERVICE OFFICE HOURS ION. - FRI. 9-5 SAT. 9-12 STEAMSHIP TICKETS AUTO RENTAL TRAVELERS CHEQUES Lowest Air Fores On Any Air Line VISIT 763-2877 Our Office Is On Harrison Ave. At 6th St. Across From COGBURN'S i ierm <Mi-- TRAVEL # SERVICE Friends Prepare for Sale Frii'iids of the Hay County Public Lll)rari('sar('hiinl at work on plans for their White Flepliani Sale. Friends invite the public lo do spritiK clcaniiij^ now and call "The Fri'-nds" lo |)ick U |) I h (' d 1 sea 1(1 s, a spokesman announced, Anything is a cccpl a hie—even I he kitchen sink. After Sept. 17 deliver your bounty to 118 W. .5lh .St., or call iiiformalion, also after' the above dale for' the phone number of "The Friends of the I'ublic Libraries White lOlephant .Sale." The hours for pickirp and deliver'y ar'c Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at !) a.m. to 11:30 a.m., the spokesman.s.'tid. Of equal importance is the sale on Oct. (i, .Satiir'day fr-om 10a.m. loG[).m. Friends r'cmind that the special date on your' calerrdar' shoulfl be m.'irked, and for' the best bar'^^airis, come early, they advised. Accordirrj,; to the old tr'iiism, "the early liirrl f^ets the worm," and irr this case—it's the white elephant bar'^ain. Friends noted. 1*****************************************1 t Family Living Today | ******************************************* Panama City Juniors Introduce Total Woman What is it like to l)e. a "Total Woman?" Member's of f^anama City .Junior Woman's Club, will have an opportunity to discover' for themselves the secret to becoming a "Total Woman." Spon.sored by the Home Life Depar'tment, an instructor of this program will t)e her-e this week in per'son to conduct a short course on the subject. A coffee introducing Mrs. Charles W. Killingsworth, will be held Friday, Sept. 14 at 10 a.m. in the home of Mr-s. Steve Southerland, 508 Baldwin Road. Those interested in taking the course will have an opportunity to talk to Mrs. Killingsworth and learn details. The first session will be Sept. 19. Total Woman is a short course designed to enhance and improve a marriage. It encourages a woman to develop her full potential. It is not a marriage clinic, but a practical, possible approach to better human relations, according to Mrs. Killingsworth. DisneyWorldTour Set For Seniors The Bay County on Aging is sponsoring a trip to Disney World for all inter'ested persons over the age of 60. The trip will take place Sept. 24, 25 and 26. There is bus space available for 45 persons. Expenses for the outing are ,$45. This includes tr'ansportation, hotel room and tickets to Disney World. Money must be paid by Sept. 12. If interested contact Mrs. Eilene Clouatr-e by Sept 12 at the Bay County on Aging, 850 Harrison Ave. or call 785-6467. A special meeting will be held in the Council of Aging office Sunday Sept. 23 to discuss plans for those who are going^n the trip. The program originated in Miami about two years ago initiated by Mrs. Marabel Morgan. The subject is taught only by authorized, trained instructors. Basis of the course taught are the differences between men and women, wives learn to adapt and adjust to husbands by accepting and appreciating them, to organize their time, to enrich family life, to discipline children, to fulfill their roles as a woman by biblical definition, to communicate with all members of the family more completely, and to set goals and develop self image. Total Woman started with a fight. Charles and Marabel Morgan of Bay Point in Miami had an argument, much like that of most married couples. Charles demanded of Marabel, "Why do you challenge me on every decision I make?" When Marabel dried her tears, she started reading. She read books that were "all based on sound psychological and biblical principles." Some are now included in the bibliography she gives her students. As Marabel practiced what she had read, her marriage improved, became more romantic and she was soon telling her friends of her success. "Total Woman" was born. Marabel Morgan began teaching the course and then writing a book about Total Woman. Lynda Killingsworth, after taking the course, became one of the instructors and Marabel Morgan spent full time on her book w^ich will be published in October. A niece of Mrs. James Ray Southerland, Mrs. Killingsworth has taught the Total Woman coorse many times in Miami. The subject has more than a thousand RECENT BRIDE FETED—Charlotte Spring, August bride-elect of Gary Rosen of Portland, Ore.; was entertained with a miscellaneous shower at the Landiiiaik Clubhouse. Guests were served cake and punch. Decorations of fern entwined with rosebuds enhanced the punch bowl centered on a lace covered table and flanked by candles also decorated with fern. Shown here are the hostesses left to right, Phyiiss Goyer, .lill Ball, Betty Storm and Jo Bailey. The honoree Charlotte Spring and her mother, Mrs. James Byron Ellis are standing in the center of the group. Pol Luck Supper Bej^inninfi; Day Fete Xi Theta Zeta Chapter' of Beta Sigura Phi celelri'aled "Begirrrririg Day" with a Pot Luck Supper iit the home of Mr-s, Bea Clay. A wide var'iely of I'avor'ite dishes W ('r(> sei'ved buffet style. Diriiter' conveisalloir was H |)iced with accounts of summer' activities and vacatiotr trips by rirerrrbiM 's diii'liig thesuirtmei' nr(rrrths. Following the diirrter, a br'lef nreeling was conducted by the pi'esidcirt, Mrs. Mildred h: t It («r i d g e. Conr tirittee clrairrnetr irr'eseiiled a schedule of events arrd activities for' the coming year'. Social chairnr;in, Mrs. Quiiila Adams, atrnouriced that the next scrclal would he a Liiau in late .September'. .Sar'ah Calbreath, progr'arn chaii'rrran, presented the sclreditle or pr'ogr'ants fr'orrr the pr'ogram book "The (Jr'arid Tour." Membei's atterrding wer'e Mr's. Dolly Flanagntr, Mrs. Aitri(> MiU'.shali, Mrs. Naircy Sitrillr, Mrs. Vir'girria Barfield, Mr's, Adiuiis, Mi's, Clalbreath, Mr's. Flhehdge, aitd Mrs, Clay, graduates. Among them are Anita Firyant, Dolphin wives, Stephanie (Mrs. Karl) Neenan, Bobbie (Mrs. Norm) r <;vans, .Judy (Mrs. Bob) Griese, .Julie (Mrs. Howard) Twilley and many more. The success of the program can be summed up by fDolphin offensive tackle Norm Evans comment, "I've found out my wife is my best friend. You like to stay around your best friends, spend more lime? with your best friends. I like to fish and I .still do, but 1 used to go fishing to get away from a strained situation. Now, I'd rather be home than go fi.shing. GRADUATE-TEACHER — Mrs. Charles Killingsworth of Miami will instruct the Juniors in a course designed to teach them to be the Total Woman. Mrs. Killingsworth, besides being a graduate of the course, has an impressive background in civic promotion. Born in Marianna, she gi^ew up in •Miami and has an A.B. in Education, Stephens . College, Columbia Mo.; B . S . in Education University of Missouri, and made her debut in 1973. Society of Southern Families. In 1972 she received the American Heart Association Bronze Medallion for Meritorious Service in the fight against heart disease. PABCINATINO rBiLIMITH IN TiiK n-orns7 Do yon hiW" your head in the clouds? ProlviWy not, l)Ut vis- itoiTs to thp Him.nlnyan Mountains find thcrnsolvps "up in the nir." Tho reason is that 9 Oi' the 10 hlRhcst mniintiiin peaks in the world are kx-atpd in the Mima- Inyns in India and adjoining TOunlrios. T'hp liiKliPsI p,"ak in llm world i\s Mount Fvrrrsi, whirh i.s slightly mor-e than 29.000 friM hi^— iwow! All of ilie top 10 peaks are more than 2r).000 foot in heifiht, ^^»w, let lis lower yoir gently back Jo enrlh where yoir can get your li^t "nn tJio ground." You can be assured of our solid, dependable Inisiness foundation and of onr rfftirls to provide you irJrti lht> best in qualiiy serWo*. Allow ua to scr\'c you. PANAMA CITY IIMMAIMONAVI. MNAMAonr.ru. DELTA DELTA DELTA OFFICERS - The alumnae chapter of Delta Delta Delta worru'n's fraternity recently olected new officers. Left to right are Mrs. Mary Mor.se, trca.surer; Mrs. Carol Elliot, president; and Mrs. Lavelle Hughes, vic'r--president. Not shown is Mrs. Elmo Bennett, .secretary. New members in the area have been asked to phone 769-0041. Folktales By Dorothy Wheeler we take for granted, .so many ALFORD - I low much thingsl When sometlring happens \u the pump or water system, the household becomes a turmoil. Cooking, cleaning, bathing, liathr'oom facilities, laundr'y is taken in stride with the modern water- system, water heater and sewage. It is difficult to I 'ealize how much we use these facilities. When the r'efr'igerator- goes out, one suddenly craves a cold dr'ink of water, a glass of iced tea, fresh milk, dair'y products or- other' things the refr'iger'ator does for us. It has Ijcen .said, "lightening does not .strike in the same place twice," Irul the Hunter Oliver's of Compass Lake would argue on that score. Their' refr'igerator had been repair'ed from lightening damage only a few weeks when another electr'ical stoi'm occuied and lightening struck the appliance again. Perhaps this is an exception rather than a rule. No Phone 1 You can think of dozens of necessities for its use but ther'e is no r'ushing the wor'kmen. They have a schedule and will get ar'ound to you at their' gocd pleasure, which can seem eter'nity while waiting. The little toe is accepted as filling out the foot unless it has a cor'n or you break it. Then you find out how really much it does. Speaking of lightening; one summer afternoon a neighbor dropped into Mr's. Oscar Bell's home. A sudden storm developed. As the ireighbor and Mr\s. Bell were holding on to their chairs while lightening flashed continuously and thunder' vilnated vigor'ously, Gr'anny Register, Mrs. Bell's mother', spoke up. "You know Annie, we don't have storms like we used to. Why, when 1 u'as a girl and lightening flashed like that, the thunder' would go clappity bang" , The octogenar'ian did not realize her loss of hearing failed to r'elay thesoundoftho.se violent "Clappity Bangs" Our precious five senses along with so many other blessings often fail to be counted until something happens or they ar'e taken from us completely, at least for a time. MissZwickel Honored At Shower Mi.ss Su.san Zwickel was h 0 ri 0 r' e d wit h ;i ririscellaneous brirlal shower' at the home of Mr's. M.S. Culverhouse. Co-ho.ste.sse.s for the occasion wer'e Mrs. Buddy McLemore and Mr\s. Rex Davis. The punch table was covered with a white linen cloth trimmed in lace, accented with pink candles. The punch bowl was accented with pink bridal wreath and greenery. The bride's t)ook was kept by Mrs. Michael Scott as she greeted the guests at the door. Approximately 35 guests called or sent gifts during the appointed hours. The honoree was presented an electric can opener and knife sharpener by the ho.stes.ses. Miss Zwickel will become the bride of Frank Green Saturday Sept. 14 in the St. Andrew Baptist Church. How To Hold FALSE TEETH Securely Do false teeth embarrass you by comini loose when you eat, laueh, or talk? A denture adhesive can help. FASTEETH* gives dentures a longer, firmer, steadier hold. Makes eating more enjoyable. For more security and comfort, use FASTEETH Denture Adhesive Powder. Dentures that fit ire essential to healtti. See your dentist rwularly. .00 ft-30, THE CBS LATE MOVIE 10:30 P.M. "RIMlfCTIONS IN A (lOlDiN iYI"
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