Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida on September 14, 1973 · Page 6
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Panama City News-Herald from Panama City, Florida · Page 6

Panama City, Florida
Issue Date:
Friday, September 14, 1973
Page 6
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Pago 6A NKWS-HKRALI), I'luiama ( ity, Kla., Friday, Soptomhor 14,1973 Jaycees Announce Junior Mm Plans The first planning meeting for the 1973-74 Junioi' Miss F*ageant was held recently at the home of Jayceette Cai'ol Crisp, pi'ojeet chali-maii. The theme of this years pageant is "Somewhere Ovei' the Rainbow". The Junior Miss Pageant is not a beauty contest but emphasizes overall g r 0 w t h a n fl development of the girl p]ven more important is character, personality, intelligence, pai'ticipation and physical fitness. C ha i I 'm a n f o r pageant activities were announced as follows; Franklin Harrison; d i 1' e c t 0 r . .1 ii d y Oshoi'ne; Assistant Director', S ii s a n Stewart; Jayceette chairman, Carol Ci'isp; J a y c e e t t e PCMA Schedules Attractions PLANNING SESSION — Coordinating on the final plans and publicity for the Panama City Business and Professional Women's Club are members of the planning committee. Shown here mapping plans at right, is Eunice Wright, second vice president; at left, Lillian Walters, president and Hilda Johnson, past president, standing. The social will be held from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday in the Recreation Center at Tyndall AFB. A membership drive is the focal point of the current plans. B&PWPlans Social The Panama City Business and Professional Women's Club will sponsor a social at the Tyndall Recreation .Center Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. A cordial invitation has been extended to all working women of Tyndall AFB, including Civl Service employees, working wives. Non-appropriated Fund employees and particularly the yVomen in the Air Force. Food, coffee and punch will be served during the appointed hours. Mrs. Lillian Walters, president of the local club stated, "our primary purpose for holding this social is to promote an atmosphere of friendliness and togetherness among the working women at Tyndall. Another goal is to introduce the background, objectives and membership advantages of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's POT SCRUBBER DISHWASHER MODEL GSC461 • Rolls where needed now easily built in later • 4-Cycle Selection • 3-Level Washing Action • Built -In Soft Food Disposer • Sound Insulated • Rinse Aid Dispenssr • Duat Detergent Dispenser • Retrociable Power Cord • Sotid Maple Grooved Cutting Board Top ^239 DRY EXTRA LARGE LOADS Model DDC0580N • Three heat selections — regular low and no-heat riufr • Two cycle selections — timed cycte (or regular labncs oilers manual selection ol up 10 140 minutes drying lime; Special limed selling tot Pefmaneni Press includes cooldown period • Separale staM switch • Large up-(ront linl trap — easy to see and clean • Porcelain-enamel lop- clean durable, easy to • Pofceiain-enamel drum— not pami, protects clothes against snags, fusi • Heavyduly heating coils — maintain sciecied heat ranges • Heavy-duty GE moior — designed for quiet dependable operation $ 129 We4e "plMs^ GENERAL ELECTRIC APPUANCES Sales-Service Phone 785-7468 120 West 6th St. Pamma Gty, Florida Clubs, Inc. The BPWC has been instrumental in elevating the standards for women in business and the professions since 1919." The four objectives of the federation will be highlighted during the social and literature will be available for those interested. September Bride-Elect Honored Miss Karen Gheesling, September bride-elect was honored recently with a miscellanous calling shower in the home of Mrs. Charles Adams in North Shore. Co-Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Joe G. Duncan, Miss Susan LeSage and Mrs. L. W. Stafford. Miss Gheesling greeted her guests in a floor length white lawn dress embroidered with pink rose buds. A corsage of pink carnations, presented by the hostesses, complimented her costume. Gifts were displayed in the party rooms on tables overelaid in white. An arrangement of pink and red roses in a crystal compote was placed as focal point. The refreshment tables overlaid in an imported French embroidered cut-work and lace and linen cloth. Crystal appointments were used for serving nuts, sandwiches, and cookies. Lettuce-green candles in crystal candle sticks flanked the ivy-circled punch bowl. Miss Gheesling was presented a gift in her chosen silver pattern by the hostesses. The Panama City Music Association has aiiiiounced the profjrain of events for the current year's special productions to be presented throughout the concert season. HighUf;;hting the year will be the Agnes De Mille Heritage Dance Theatre, the Dallas Symphony, with guest pianists Whittemore and Lowe; The Romei-os, a family of guitarists; and topping the agenda will be The King Family; and the climax of the season, the annual Broadway musical will feature the perennial favorite The Pajama Game. Each of the pi'esentations have been classified as top entertainment. The curi'ent membership drive is approaching with drive chairman Mrs. Harvey Brewtoii directing captains and workers 200 strong throughout Bay Couiity and surrounding counties assisting her obtaining memberships for the coming seasons. Captains for the drive are Mr. James Mullins, Mrs. Art Ereckson, Mrs. Steve Wilson, Mrs. Bill Thomas, Mrs. Ronald Hamlin, Mrs. Donald Lang, Mrs. E. A. Hutchison, Mrs Charles Collins, Mrs. Raymond Syfrett, Mi-s. Don Johnson, Mrs. Martin Gari'ick, Mrs. William Glenn, Mrs. John G. Pei'cy, Mrs. E. W. Farmer Jr., Mrs. Sonya Hai'i'is, Mrs. Raymond Moiiacelli; Mrs. Jack Blackwell, Mrs. Myrtle Wiggin, Mrs. Wiblur Avery, Mrs. J. Gordon King, Mrs. C. S. Syrfett, Mrs. Stephen Smith, Mrs. Shei-win Prows, Mrs. Whitey Urquliart, Mrs. Nettie Sanders, Mrs. Burns Collins, Mrs. Hugh Roche, Mrs. James Patterson, Mrs. Tom Person, Mrs. Sollie Ciilverhouse, Mrs. Charles Anderson, Mrs. Jack Segler; Mrs. W. D. Carter, Mrs. Charles Vickery, Mrs. A. G. Hamilton, Mrs. Charles Gramling.Mrs. SidneyDafin in, Mrs. James Preston, Mrs. Joe Keller, Mrs. Tom Wooten, Mrs. A. F. Myers, Mrs. Franklin Harrison, Mrs. Philip Cotton, Mrs. Ben Redding; Mrs. Eugene Bazeniore, Mrs. William Lark, Mrs. Richard Laird, Mrs. Richard Green, Mrs. Edgar Daffin. Mrs. E. Clay Lewis in, Mrs. Bascom Mahaffey, Mrs. Frank Allen, Mrs. Reynolds Pitts, and Mrs. C. Edward Miller. Each school in the county has a captain, they include; Mrs. Frank Lewis, Mrs. James Teri'y, Mrs. Randal C r 0 1 e y , Mrs. D a \' c Davenport, Mrs. Joseph Manning, Mrs. Errol Simmons, Mrs. Clyde Mills, Mrs. Wiliam Cook, Mrs. Robert Grubb, Mrs. Melvin Schell, Mrs. Millard Sniffin, Mrs. Norman Ard, Mrs. Doyle Eubanks, Mrs. Jack Hecht, Mrs. Herbert Mizell III; Mrs. Ernest Sweat, Mrs. Millard Hearn, Mrs. D. M. Sullivan, Mrs. Leroy Vann, Mrs. Charles Helms, Mrs. Roy Johnston, Mrs. Tom Nield, Mrs. Jerry Armagost, Mrs. Billie Frank Woods, Mrs. Gerald Doolittle, Mrs. Frank Strickland, Mrs. Harry Grant, Miss Lucille Moore, Mrs. Gary Allen, Mrs. John Seaborn, Mrs. Joe Rogers, Mrs. Robert Vaugn, Mrs. Fred Lewis and Mrs. Chuck Seal. Current members are invited to renew their memberships before the annual drive starts, according to Hercules president"of the PCMA. Memberships in the PCMA are the same standard $10.40 for adults and ,'55.20 for students. Patron of arts tickets are a tax deductivle and a patron is allowed a reserved seat, and a parking area directly north of the auditorium is set aside foi' his convenience, Pettis reminded. Your- check may be made payable to the Panama City Music Association. This year's current programs promise a banner year for entertainment seekers, Pettis announced. /an Cordoll; Conlcslanis C h a i r m a n , 1-! c I h Mathis; Co-C'li;iirinan, N 0 e 11 f P ro I li ro ; Decoralions Chairman, Ginny C; roc I eke; Programs Chairman, Diane Mont ford; Co-Chairman, I^illic Smitii; Pu 1)1 icily Chairman, Nancy W i I d z n n a s ; Co-Chairman, Nancy F 0 r d ; A vv a r d s Chairman, Joe Smith, Tickets Chairman, Larry Sparks and Judges Chairman, Allen Gunter. The pageant will be held Saturday, No.v 17 at the Panama City Civic Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. CHECKING LISTS — Mrs. Harvey Brewton, Mrs. Inez Jones, standing, and Mrs. L.R. Nicholas, are shown here checking the lists for membership renewals for 1973-74 in Panama City Music Association. The membership drive gets under way at 9 a.m. Sept. 17 at the Municipal Auditorium on the City Marina. Mrs., Mack Lewis, headquarters chairman; Mrs. Harvey Brewton membership chairman, directors, captains and workers will be at the auditorium every day starting at 9 a.m. Monday through 10 noon, Saturday Sept. 22. J;9i:4:4::icHc^:i(»i<4(4tH(iic)i(9i<H(H(H(ii<iHH(H ($ic9i (^»i(^)i(»M ^a"*^ Monica Park (Calif.) is TT jtUic .argest city park in the * ,nation, covering 4,100 acres. "family Living Toda here! Dunham Trukkers ! The happy new idea in casuals. All the comfort of super-soft suede over a wrapped crepe sole. They're side- stripe stitched and laced through a dozen rings ... to make them today's great look for everyone in the family. In fun-time colors. $18.99 dunhom trukkers^ pANKAMERICARDi 11TH ST. SHOPPING CENTER OPEN EVERY MONDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHT TIL 9:00 P.M. LA-TIARA DISCOUNT WIGS^ INC. GAYLORDS SHOPPING CENTER IN CAPRI THEATRE MALL PHONE 769-0597 BANKAMERICARD. lif^ro/zu ///// SALE FRI. THRU MON. 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