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Puppets Perform 'I'lic May ('(luiity I'uhlic Ijlji'ary'simpiicl ihcutcrwill l)iv.s('iit "I'clciC'haii". Meet a tittle lioy with an aj^c old pi'dlilcm, a new lialiy sister! He sure to attend at il'.IM))).!!!. on 'I'nesday, Sept. IH at tlie Hay County l'nl)lic ijliiary. Tills pujjpet show will toui' System and will be presented Sept. 17 at the Lynn Haven Branch Rranch Library at U:,'f(), on Sept. 1!) at the Washington County Bianeli Libraiy at 3:30, " on Sept. 20 at the Liberty County Bi-aneh Library at 3:30 (I':ST) and at the Calhoun County Bi-anch Library at Blountstown at 3:30 (C'ST), on Sept. 21 at the Port St. Joe Branch at 3:30 (KS'D.and on Sept. 22 at the We wahitchka Branch Library at 2 p.m. Those programs are free and open lo the public. NKWS-IIKH.AM). riuiiiiiiii (My, I'la., >f (»ii(lii>. .Se |ifemlHT 17.1)»73 Vi\u,v 3 GULF POWER CO. 650 MULBERRY AVE DEAD STOCK CLEARANCE 'special markdowns! 2 ONLY WESTINGHOUSE MINI-WASHERS LSZOOP REG. 208.95 $ ^ 59^^ 1 ONLY COOPERTONE (DAMAGED-FULL WARRANTY) FRIGIDARE REFRIGERATOR BONING UP ON FREEDOM - Constitution Week is being observed throughout this week by the Daughters of the American Revolution, sponsors of the patriotic concept. Beginning today through Sunday, Daughters ask that flags be flown commemorating the American heritage and the Mayor of Panama City M. B. Miller will sign a proclamation to concur with the national proclamation by the President of the United States Richard Nixon. Shown here, Mrs. Francis A. Guidroz, chairman of Constitution Week and Mrs. Pickens Talley, look over symbols of historic events. FPCl-3 200VT REG. 639.95 $499 1 ONLY WHITE DROP-IN (OUT OF CRATE) WESTJNGHOUSE RANGE $y, Q095 RT735L SELF CLEANING REG. 479.95 4 J # 1 ONLY WHITE (DAMAGED) WESTINGHOUSE RANGE $00095 KF338M SELF CLEANING REG $369.95 O A # 1 ONLY (DEMO MODEL) WESTINGHOUSE MICRO WAVE OVEN KM 570L REG. $239.95 $ 1 ONLY (WHITE-DAMAGED) FRIGIDARE REFRIGERATOR^ FPC13152TAU W-ICEMAKER REG. 449.95 1 ONLY (DEMO MODEL) 299 424 FETED—September bride-elect Miss Margaret Elizabeth Ferrell was honored with a bridal shower hosted by Mrs. Ted Brown in her home on Emory Drive. Shown here at the bridal event are \eft to right, Mrs. Ted Brown, hostess; Mi^s. Charles W. Woods Sr., mother of the prospective bridegroom; the honoree Miss Ferrell, and Mrs. James B. Ferrell, niother of the future bride. The child's not a hoy; the prohlem's solved By Abigail Van Buren 'a 1»)3 •» Chicago rriijun«-N. y. News Synd., Inc. DEAR HEADERS: On .fuly 23, the milowing item appeared in my column: DEAR ABBY: It seems I have a problem. I am 47 years old, and last year I married for the second time and my wife is expecting soon. Since this is the first cliild I have ever fathered, and probably my last, I want him to have a special name. [No argument, please. I KNOW it will be a boy.] My surname is "Huffman," so I would like to name our son "Manhuff." My wife's maiden name is Wolfe, therefore I want his middle name to be "Wolfgang," his full name being, "Manhuff Wolfgang Huffman." LHis nickname would of course be, "Manny."] My wife objects strenuously. She says it will be a burden to the boy and people will make fun of him. What do you think, Abby? If you feel the boy will be handicapped by such a name, please let me know, as I have his best interests at heart. JACK [OF ALL TRADES] DEAR JACK; Never mind what I think. Since your wife objects strenuously, forget the "Manhuff Wolfgang," and name him "Jack Jr." [P. S. If he's a "she," you'll have no problem.] For an interesting follow-up, please read on: This morning, I received this delightful letter: DEAR ABBY: The dilemma of "Manhuff Wolfgang" has been solved. We are pleased to announce that our baby arrived, three weeks early. After I was assured that both mother and baby would be all right, I realized that nothing else mattered—including the fact that it was a GIRL! We have decided to name our beautiful, four-pound, red-haired daughter "Heather Ann Huffman." JACK [OF ALL TRADES] DEAR ABBY: We just received a beautifully engraved wedding invitation which included [in engraving, rarnid you!] the name of the store where the bride was registered. Don't you think the establishment that engraved it is just as much at fault as the bride for not having advised her that this is in the worst possible taste? FLABBERGASTED DEAR FLABBER: Don't blame the engraver. He may have advised the bride against it, and she may have insisted on it anyway. Engravers can only make suggestions. In the final analyslm Iwlth very tew excevtlxmsl. the engravw will defer to the wishes of the customer. CONFIDENTIAL TO "TOUCHY SITUATION IN CONNECTICUT": If you are not sure where a friend's child is. but suspect that the question might be embarrassing or painful to the parentr-DON'T ASK! OUTDOOR PARTY - Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Miller entertained their daughter-in-law to-be, Mary Jane Post, with a cook-out dinner after the wedding rehearsal. The cook-out, held at St. Andrews State Park, was attended by 35 guests and members of the wedding party. Barbecued chicken, hamburgers, hot dogs, potato .salad, peanuts and cold drinks were served. Mary Jane is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Post. The bridal couple Mary Jane Post and Terry Wright Miller were married Sept. 9. 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Woods Sr. mother of the groom-to-be were also presented white mum corsages by the hostess for the occasion. Miss Joanna Bush, cousin of tile bride-to-be, assisted at the serving table which was docoi'ated in blue and green, chosen colors of the future bi'ide. An ai'rangenient of gi'eenery with blue flowers adorned the punch bowl. The cake was two white wedding bells ti'inimed in blue and green with yellow flowers. Punch, coffee, cake, nuts and mints were served the guests who called during the appointed hours. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^ -.00 10i30 PM, " OOCTOR, YOO HAVi TO H KIDDING." MLss Ferrell was assisted at the bride's table by Miss Cindy Woods, sister of the prospective bridegroom. The hostess was presented a bronze mum corsage, compliment of Mrs. Chaiies Novota, sister of the bride-to-be. Miss Fen-ell will become the bride of Charles Wayne Woods, Jr., Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. in the St. Andrew Baptist Church. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. Now ... 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