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West Palm Beach, Florida
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Tuesday, June 1, 1948
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V J Page 6 THE PALM BEACH POST, TUESDAY, JUNE I, 1948 45 Yi wi R SOCIETY NEWS 10! Society Department hours:. Weekdays, 9 a m. to noon; S p. m. to 6:30 p. m. 44 tei 60 Be 45 ye a 4i fi Ir New Soroptimists Honored At Tea , The home of Mrs. Sam A. Stephens, 410 34th St.. was the setting tor a delightful tea given ounaay atternoon by Mrs. Steph-ens and Mrs. Gertrude Heavrin past presidents, and Mrs. Jimmie E. Gardner, current president nf the Soroptimist Club in compli ment, to new mem tiers ot tne club. The Soroptimist colors of blue and yellow were carried out in the iioral decorations of yellow gladi-joli and blue iris in the living room and as a center decoration of yellow roses and blue delphinium, lighted by blue tapers on the refreshment table at which Mrs. O. B. Carr and Mrs. Ernest Steel presided. Guests included Miss Ruth Sage, Miss Patricia Blocher, Miss Margaret Mathes, Mrs. Frances Martin, Mrs. Richard Owen, Mrs. Helen Walker, Miss Ruth Baker, Miss Grace Emerson, Mrs. Irene Burh-tnam, Mrs. C. Raymond Durkee, Mrs. W. R. Lawley, Mrs. Ruth Mc-Queeney, Miss Ruth Shockley, Miss Mary L. Esarey, Mrs. Katherine Wilson, Miss Jean Wilson, Mrs. Ollie Walker, Mrs. Mark Byrd, Miss Georgia Pepper. Miss Marie Baron, Mrs. E. J. Hoover, Miss Buth Shepard, Miss Sara Horton, Miss Eleanor McNeil. Mrs. Charles R. Dorsey. Mrs. Paul Steele. Mrs. Perry F. Raybon, Mrs. Lawrence C. Driggers, Mrs. Oscar Owen, Miss Laura Densmore, Miss Dor othv Densmore. Mrs. Frank Bunch Miss Eleanor Hirsch. Mrs. Frank Hess, Mrs. Trueman P. Matthews Mrs. Adolph Gosch. Mrs. Roy Mc- Nichol, Mrs. Charles Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond O. Hunter, Mrs Agnes G. Newman, Mrs. Frank Tavlor. Mrs. John O Bannon. Mrs, Louise McGarrity, Miss Zella Adams, Mrs. C. P. Adams. Two Local Students To Graduate At Bucknell Miss Millicent Gruner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Gruner. 3131 Washington Rd.. and Ernest G. Simon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Simon, Delray Beach, are candidates for bachelor's degrees at Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa. Miss Gruner will receive a bachelor of arts degree in psychology and sociology and Mr. Simon will receive a bachelor of science degree in commerce and finance at commencement exercises Saturday. Miss Martha Smith Wins Scholarship Miss Martha Wilsey Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Eugene Smith, 180 Arkona Court, is one of 15 students at Stephens College, Columbia. Mo., who was named as a recipient of a Board of Curators scholarship of $100, the college has announced. The students receiving the scholarships were selected on the basis of scholarship, leadership and attainment. Girls, you should know about this 2-way help What to do for woman's oldest problem, function! monthly palnf Many a girl and iroman oai found the answer In CARDITIS 1-wajr help. You im, CARDUI may make things lots easier for you In either of two ways: (1) started 3 days be for "your time" and taken as directed on the label, It should help relievo functional perjodlo pain; (2) taken throughout the month Uks a tonic, It should Improve your appetite, aid digestion, and thus help build up resistance for the trying days to come. CARDUI Is scientifically prepared and scientifically tested. If you suffer "at those certain times", get CARDUI today. (Adv.) DID YOUR BREAKFAST BRAN TASTE REALLY 9 GOOD So-io," yon say -"I eat it to help relieve constipation due to lack of bulk food in my diet." But watt you'll eat Nabisco 100 Bran because it tattet good, too! And Nabisco'i "finer-milling" process insures you milder, easier action! Remember to ask for Nabisco.'s the bran that's tempting-good finer-flavortil (See a doctor if constipation continues.) ENGAGEMENTS AND MARRIAGES Drummey - Berghaus In the presence of members of the two families and a few intimate friends, Miss Genevieve Pa tricia Berghaus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. Berghaus, 3517 Washington Rd., and Boston, Bass., and John Davis Drummey, Boston, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Drummey of Boston were, united in marriage by the Rev. Joseph Lucas, SJ., at a nuptial mass at 10:30 a. m. Monday at St. Ann's Catholic Church. The candlelighted altar was decorated with palms, ferns and baskets of gladioli. Miss Ann Hennessey was organist. Miss Beverly Ann Berghaus, in a fuchsia taffeta gown, made bouffant stvle. and carrying an old fashioned bouquet of flowers, was her sister s maid of honor. Miss Marcia Berghaus. another sister, in a chartreuse gown and carrying an old fashioned bouquet, was bridesmaid and anotner sister, Mary Berghaus, in a peach taffeta gown, was flower girl. She scat tered rose petals in tne patn ot tne bride. William Drummey was his son's best man. The bride, eiven in marriage by her father, wore a wedding gown of white satin, made princess style with lace cape, and short train. Her long veil was caught to a tiara of seed pearls and she carried a shower bouquet of orange blossoms and tuberoses. Mrs. Berghaus wore a powder blue frock with white accessories and Mrs. Drummey, mother of the bridegroom, wore a summer white frock with white accessories. They wore corsages of sweetheart roses and blue delphinium. Following the ceremony a brunch was held at the Colony Hotel after which the bride and bridegroom left for a visit in Miami. They will return here for the bride's graduation at Palm Beach Junior College, after which they will go to Worcester, Mass., where the bridegroom is, in the graduating class at Holy' Cross College. They will make their home in Boston. Brewer Swindler Helsel Bell A double wedding ceremony was performed by Dr. John C. Glenn, pastor of the First Methodist Church, at his home on Hibiscus St., at 9 a. m. Saturday when Miss Miidred Swindler of Crown City, Ohio, became the bride of John Kennedy Brewer of Columbus, Ohio, and Miss Lucille Irene Bell became the bride of William Lawrence Helsel of Columbus. The couples will make their home at 616 43rd St. Miss Bryan Honors Miss Sara Arnctte In compliment to Miss Sara Ar-nette, prospective bride of John William Spinks, Miss Shirley Bryan of 2750 Parker Ave., entertained at a patio supper at the home of Mrs. C. G. Hersey, 2747 Parker, Ave., last night. Guests included Miss Mary Ar-nette. Miss Ann Josey, Miss Gloria Griffith, Mrs. Miles Albertson, Mrs. Gleason Stambaugh, Jr., Mrs. Ray Weeks, Mrs. Art Kearney and Mrs. Thomas Castle. Personal Mention Mr. and . Mrs. H. D. Dye. who have been residing at 612 Iris St., have moved to 627 Iris St. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sharpe. 223 Greenwood Dr., will leave Tuesday for Tuscaloosa, Ala. to attend the graduation of their daughter, Mrs. Hugh Gregg, (Helen Sharpe), from the University of Alabama. Mrs. Gregg will receive her bachelor of fine arts degree. The Sharpes will be joined at Gainesville by their son, Norman Sharpe, who will make the trip with them. r"1 COUPON eiiiiiii COSTUME JFWFI BY I SOCIAL CALENDAR TUESDAY, JUNE I First Baptist WMU business meeting nt the church 11 a.m.; luncheon at noon, program '.'i:30 o'clock. Mrs. R. Kelly White and Mrs. J. J. Cater speakers. Trail. In Union business and planning meeting 7:30 p.m.; Vota Vita Class business and social meeting at home ot Mrs. James Wllburn, 929 Hollywood PI.. 8 p. m. First United Lutheran Ladies Aid covered dish luncheon at Bethesda Park 12:30 o'clock; short business meeting 2:30 p. m. White Temple Christian Woman's Council luncheon meeting at noma of Mrs. J. B. Jones, Southern Blvd., 12:.T0 o'clock. Holy Trinity St. Catherine s Chapter meets with Mrs. E. J. Hoadley, 2S5 Queens Ct..' 3 p. m. First Presbyterian Circle 1 meets with Mrs. C.. B. Prlmm. 252 Lakewood Rd.. 2 p. m. ; 2 with Mrs. E. N. Johnson, 1!)0 Sunset Rd., 12 o'clock luncheon; 3 with Mrs. Waller S. Concly, 208 Monroe Dr., 10:30 a. m.; 4 with Mrs. R. a. Gillespie, 1015 Hillcrest Blvd., 2:30 p. m. Animal Rescue League meets with Mrs. Charles S. Slokom, 931 Ortego Rd., 3 p. m. Union Congregational Harbison Group meets with Mrs. Hazel Ohmer, 1012 Lake Ave., 8 p. m. s Wagg Memorial Methodist Wang Circle meets with Mrs. Winifred M. Bradley. 6.16 3Sth St.. 8 p. m. ' Bethesda Recreation Club pinochle party at Bethesda Park 2:30 p. m.; games party 8 p. m. Palm Beach Chapter. OES, meets at Masonic Temple 8 p. m. First Methodist WSCS business meeting at the church 10:30 a. m. Veterans ot Foreign Wars Auxiliary meet at Foxhole, 114 S. Narcissus St., 8 p. m. Memorial Presbyterian Auxiliary board meets at the church 10:30 a. m. Temple Beth El Sisterhood and Congregation joint meeting at the temple, 8:15 p. m. Sorosis Sets Picnic LAKE WORTH. Sorosis will hold a picnic luncheon and work session Wednesday starting at 10:30 a. m. at the home of Mrs. Martin Speck. 331 S. K St. Surgical dressings will be made for use in the schools. No species of birds or fowls now existing have teeth. Florida Graphic, Staff Photographers THESE ST. ANN'S HIGH SCHOOL pupils had perfect attendance for the year, neither missing any class or being tardy. They include: Top row: William O'Brien, Eugene Wehage, Robert Keating, Robert Frey, Jack Nye, Ronald York, Robert Farmer; Second row: Madeline Dervin, Patricia Rees, Patricia Pinkerton, Mary Kathryn Kintz, Patricia Fischer, Marese Messer, Ann Marie Malade, Nancy Jackson; First rovA Patricia McCann, Phyllis Hanley, Eileen O'Hara, Anita D'Allesandro, Rosemary Hardin, Rosemarie Cianfrone, Eleanor Paluga. LAKE WORTH NOTES Wilbur Royce, Post-Times Correspondent Newa, Circulation, Advertising 13 Reanno Arcade Phona 461 Mr., Mrs. Faherty Observe Anniversary LAKE WORTH. Mr. and Mrs Abert Faherty celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday with open house at their home at 409 S. L St. More than SO guests called. Mr. and Mrs. Faherty were married in Kansas City, Mo., where for 43 years he was an engineer for a chain of bakeries. They came nere tive years ago. "Just be happy." is Mrs. ta- herty's advice to those who look forward to observing their 50th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Faherty have three sons; George E. is in Kansas City. Paul J. is in Phoenix, Ariz., and James E. is in the army en route to Germany. Out post Will Meet LAKE WORTH. Pasig Outposi 34, Army of the Philippines will meet tonight at 8 at the VFW Dugout, JEWELRY $.03 KAY-WATERS 416 CLEMATIS Mrs. McKenzie Hostess To Periwinkle Circle Mrs. Foster McKenzie was hostess to members of the Periwinkle Circle of the West Palm Beach Garden Club at a luncheon at her home, 307 Buckingham Rd., Mon day. Mrs. McKenzie presided and re ported that the circle had won nine first prizes, five seconds, eight thirds and six honorable mention at the Federation's flower show. It was decided to hold an apron sale in December, the proceeds to be added to the building fund for the Garden Center. New officers installed include Mrs. Klaas Dursma, president Mrs. Philip Reid, vice president Mrs. Henry Marcy. second vice president; Mrs. Henry Bosch, Jr., secretary; Mrs. toward bpindler, corresponding secretary. 2 Mrs. Dursma and Miss Ana L. ri Bunker reported on the recent Garden Club convention in Jack-5 Uonville. I Present were Mrs. Spindler, Mrs. Lore Alford. Mrs. Reid. Mrs. A. U. Farber, Mrs. Charles Brady, Miss Bunker, Mrs. Paul a. I utile, Mrs. I Marcy, Mrs. Bosch. Mrs. George Lightfoot. Mrs. Dursma, Miss Katharine Lynd and Miss Daisy Morgan. TELEPHONE BUSINESS OFFICE will be CLOSED ON SATURDAYS Beginning JUNE 5th Beginning Saturday, June 5 th, the Telephone Business Office will be closed on Saturdays. This change has been decided upon after giving full consideration to good customer service and the wel-fare of our employees. Office hours will be 8:30 A.M. to 5 P.M., Monday through Friday. D. L. GREEN, Manager SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE AND TELEGRAPH COMPANY INCOXFORATID Recreation Group Named At Lantana LANTANA. A recreation committee has been organized to expedite and supervise the construc tion and maintenance of a Lantana Community Shelter, Jim Bray, secretary announced. Cliff Hildebrandt is committee chairman and Mrs. Burt Reed, treasurer. Each civic organization and the City Council will have a representative on the' committee. The City Council has voted $450 toward the project and Frank Ebersold has volunteered his services in supervising. It is hoped labor will be volunteered and that a major portion of the materials will be donated, Mr. Bray said. Work will begin immediately. The site is adjacent to the city hall. CLOSED ALL DAY WEDNESDAY To Prepare For REMOVAL SALE See Wednesday Night's Paper DOROTHY -DENNY 116 Clematis St. MEETING SCHEDULED LAKE WORTH. Beta Kanna Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meets j Wednesday at 8 p. m. at the South I Ocean club. Miss Amber Harris announced. LAKE WORTH BIRTHS LAKE WORTH. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Engram (Dorothy Vogel) announce the birth Saturday of a son at Gainesville, Fla. ALUMINUM JALOUSIES and VENETIAN BLINDS CUSTOM BUILT WHOLESALE DIRECT FROM OUR FACTORY LOWER COST QUICKER DELIVERY WE INVITE COMPARISON. FREE ESTIMATES PERFECTION BLIND MFC. CO. 5018 BROADWAY PHONE 4739 DELRAY BEACH 300 ."What this country amounts to depends on what happens to its homes." 1 1 i That's why the life insurance companies and their agents are bringing you this series of messages from the nation's foremost authorities, to help you plan for happiness in the handling of your family money. (This is Message No. 37.) Joe Thomas joined she "Cards'' at 65 r jt Your last years can be your best years ... but it takes good planning, as this true-to-life story shows IUHPU .....III UIIIIIHIIILUJ,I IIIJl. 1 . t h LiMJ DR. LLOYD E. DEWEY by DR. LLOYD E. DEWEY Professor of Finance New York University VERY FEW people are ever able to. quit work in time to enjoy life, and yet all of us dream of doing it. Today the average child at birth can expect to live eighteen years longer than his grandfather lived. Are these years to be some of the best of your life, as they are fof my friend Joe Thomas, or will you miss your chance to have your dream come true? Joe used to be in the machine shop at Stewart & Brown. (I am changing real names, of course.) A great sports fan, Joe's ambition was to retire and see every home game of the St. Louis Cardinals, his favorite team . . . Go to the ball park any day now, and you'll see Joe cheering in the stands! Joe will tell anyone he owes it all to a man he met by chance in his early thirties, a life insurance agent named Ed Barrow, who became one of the best friends he ever had. It was Barrow who sold him the idea of planning for the future a hard job when most of us are interested only in the present. Today, Joe hasn't a worry tit the world! He set up a retirement income program for Joe that required no more money than he had been intending to save (and was never quite saving), but made his saving systematic! Also, he pointed out to Joe that some of the family life insurance protection he carried could Make retirement plans early! Nearly half the people over 40 answering a recent survey did not expect to be able to retire in reasonable comfort at 65! Let your life insurance agent explain why it's important to make retirement plans early. You can start with a modest amount. safely be rearranged when he was 65 years old, to provide additional income that he and his wife could enjoy together. Agent can be a real help Your life insurance agent can be a real help with your plans for retirement. If you have social security benefits and perhaps a company pension to look forward to, your agent can fit both into a program that will really give you what you need. If you are planning to start taking it easy, get used to it gradually. The next problem to the financial one is that of empty time. An interesting hobby can add years to your life. My friend Joe Thomas looks like he has many a ball game ahead of him! How to PLAN for Family Happiness Planning for retirement is only part of sound money planning. You'll be more likely to have enough money on hand when you need it, if you'll follow these few simple rules: FOR TODAY... The first thing, for most families, is to take care of the larger fixed items such as rent, faxes, insurance, mortgage and installment payments, etc. So start by adding up all your fixed items for the year, divide by 32, and set aside that amount weekly. Also, every family should have a "rainy day" fund equal to at least four weeks' income. Set aside a little every week until you have that much. Then, you'll know how much you can spend for food, clothing, heat, light, amusements, and so forth. FOR TOMORROW... We live in a changing world. Family, needs and circumstances change . . . living costs . . . taxes. If you have not had your life insurance program reviewed lately, the chances are 2 to 1 that it should be brought up to date. There are so many ways in which you can use your life insurance, that you should have the life insurance you now own checked to see if it is suited to your needs. This is a service that comes with your life insurance. The person best equipped to help you with this is the well-trained life insurance agent. Get in touch with your agent, or write your life insurance company. INSTITUTE OF LIFE INSURANCE, 60 East 42nd Street, New York 17, N. Y. THE LIFE INSURANCE COMPANIES AND THEIR AGENTS J

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