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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 69

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6D THE PALM BEACH POST SUNDAY, MARCH 29, 1998 M SL S C NC N - . Weddings Anniversaries Engagements Wensing - Chin-Lenn Mr. and Mrs. Doner David W. and Dorothy E. Doner of Lake Worth celebrated their 65th anniversary March 12. They have planned a family re Lansing, III., and the late Robert W. Bobin. The 1 wedding will be July 17 in West Palm BeaohT A Peck-Plelcones Judith Peck of Jupiter announces the engagement of her daughter, . Valerie Peck, to Christopher Plelcones, son of George and Nancy Pleicones of Altamonte Springs. The bride-to-be also is the daughter. " of the late Donald Peck. The wedding will be-v May 22, 1999, In Palm Beach Gardens. Gillespie Beeman George and Mary Gil-' I.' lespie Sr. of Palm Beach Gardens announce, r the engagement of their daughter, Martha Alice Gillespie, to Bruce Irving Beeman Jr., son " of Bruce and Mary Beeman Sr. of Chittenangor? , N.Y. The wedding will be Aug. 8 in Palm Beqch Gardens. , ,, Boomhover-Cleare William and Sheilas Boomhover of Fort Lauderdale announce the- , engagement of their daughter, Kathleen M.( ' Boomhover, to Thomas W. Cleare, son' of Henry and Molly Cleare of Palm Beach Gar- dens. The wedding will be July 18 in Fort Morse-Wagner Ronald and Deborah Stewart of Ontario, N.Y., announce the engagement of their daughter, Stacy Ann Morse, to Tommy Wagner, son of George and Doris Wagner of Fort Pierce. The wedding will be Nov. 8 In Tampa. Salkley-Vance David Satkley of Palm Beach Gardens and Ann Haga of West Palm Beach announce the engagement of their daughter, Melissa Mary Saikley, to Lane William Vance, son of William and Barbara Vance of Arvada, Colo. The wedding will be June 1 3 in Palm Beach. Turk-Bates John and Shirley Turk of Port St. Lucie announce the engagement of his daughter, Joanie Turk, to Greg Bates, son of Deanna Bates of Lantana and the late Richard Bates. The bride-to-be also is the daughter of the late Joan Turk. The wedding will be Nov. 7 in Gatlinburg, Tenn. Noble-Bobln Robert A. and Phyllis Y. Noble of Palm Beach Gardens announce the engagement of their daughter, Katie Noble, to Robert L. Bobin, son of Dolores R. Bobin of Laura Ellen Wensing and Mark Derrick Chin-Lenn were married Dec. 28 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Delray Beach. The bride is the daughter of Richard and Elizabeth Wensing of Lake Worth and Lawrence and Frances Kilper of Delray Beach. Chin-Lenn is the son of Arthur D. and Sheila Chin-Lenn of Safety Harbor. The bride, a graduate of Florida State University, is a third-year medical student at the University of Miami. Chin-Lenn, who earned a master's in biology from Florida Atlantic University, is a first-year medical student at the American University of the Caribbean in St. Maarten, Netherlands Antilles. The couple will reside in Miami. r : i -J Mr., Mrs. Doner Mr., Mrs. Chin-Lenn Lauderdale. Santiago-Fred West Palm Beach and the Wycliffe Tennis Club. Mrs. Doner, a home-maker, is a collector of antique clocks and other articles. The Doners are the parents of Joy Doner Wilkins of Lake Worth; Dr. David W. Doner Jr. of Santa Barbara, Calif.; and Gaye Doner Tudanger of New York City. They have three grandchildren. What you should know when buying a camera union for later this year at their home. The Doners were married in Akron, Ohio, and moved from Sydney, Australia, to South Florida in 1972. Mr. Doner retired in 1996 after a 20-year career as a labor arbitrator for the Federal Mediation Service and the American Arbitration Association. He also had a 43-year career with the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Co., serving in a progression of management positions in the domestic tire company, the Goodyear Aircraft Corp., the Goodyear Atomic Corp. and the international corporation in Britain and Australia. He is a member of St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Lake Worth, the Scottish Rite of the Masonic Order, the Elks Lodge No. 1352 in Mr. and Mrs. Herrick Mark and Joy Herrick of Lake Clarke Shores celebrated their 50th anniversary Jan. 24 at a dinnerdance that day with relatives and friends at Bink's Forest Country Club in Wellington. The Herricks were married at Peoples Church in East Lansing, Mich., and moved from East Lansing to South Florida in 1955. Mr. Herrick retired in 1988 after a 25-year career as corporate credit manager for Rinker Materials Corp. He has been a member of the West Palm Beach Lions Club for 42 years. Mrs. Herrick, a homemaker, is chairwoman of vol Liza D. Santiago and Jose L. Fred were married Jan. 9 at Trinity United Methodist Church of Palm Beach Gardens. The bride i$ the daughter of Ricardo and Gloria Santiago of Levittown, Puerto Rico. Fred is the son of Luis and Isabel Fred of San Juan, Puerto Rico. .' The bride, a graduate of Tennessee Temple University, is a fifth-grade teacher at Trinity Christian Academy in Lake Worth. Fred, a graduate of the University of Miami, is a music teacher at Gove Elementary School in Belle Glade. The couple will reside in Wellington. . " 11 Mr., Mrs. Fred II I. MMIIMlll!Hlllll.!'l UJ II.I1.II..IH.I, Sprouse-Eastwood attracted attention. With builj-ini LCDs (liquid crystal displays), di-, gicams make it easy for photogra- ( phers to instantly see results. , i Several digital videostill camr'j eras were shown, too. Basically,, they are video camcorders that let you "grab" high quality still, frames from a videotape. , So what's a consumer to, do . who is looking for a new camera? , The following points may hejp, answer the questions: 0 Budget. Select a camera that will not "break the bank." Put, together a total budget for your hobby so you'll have some money ( for traveling to take pictures, film . (if you buy a 35mm or APS cam-'; era), memory cards (for digital, cameras) and digital videotapes, (for videostill cameras). If you are; serious about digital imaging, you! may want to invest in a photo-, quality printer, too another add-; ed expense. . . , 0 Skill level. Consumer 35mm cameras today are easy lo, operate. Digital cameras require, more time reading instruction books. That's because you have, to' become familiar with the software . program that comes with your; camera,- which allows you to get, your pictures from your camera into your computer. By Rick Sammon The Associated Press The world's most important photographic trade show, "Photo Marketing Association International," was held in February in New Orleans. Approximately 20,000 people attended, and 349 exhibitors displayed their products and services. What cameras drew the most attention 35mm, APS, digital or digital videostill? They were equally popular. The 35mm format is still alive and well very much so. Dozens of new cameras were introduced, from simple one-time-use models to sophisticated professional models. New slide and print films, offering improved color and grain, and new zoom lenses, offering sharper optics, also were displayed. In the APS (Advanced Photo System) area, cameras with wider zoom ranges were the talk of the show. So were home APS scanners, which let consumers get their pictures into their computers in seconds. New and improved films also were introduced, including a black-and-white APS film. Digitally speaking, dozens of point-and-shoot digicams (digital cameras) costing less than $1,000 Herrick Mr., Mrs. Alice Kimberly Sprouse and William Midgely Eastwood were married Jan. 24 at the First Methodist Church in Eustis. The bride is the daughter of Eugene W. and Marijane Sprouse of Grand Island. Eastwood is the son of Thomas M. and Sherry Eastwood of West Palm Beach. ; The bride, a graduate of the University of Florida, is a speech therapist at Brevard County School. Eastwood, also a graduate of the University of Florida, is an investment executive at PaineWebber Inc. in Melbourne. The couple will reside in Melbourne. years and is a member of the Federated Music Club. Both Mr. and Mrs. Herrick enjoy golfing and traveling. The Herricks are the parents of James Mark Herrick of Winter Springs; Susan Joyce Malloy of Monticello; Jon Brian Herrick of Wellington; and Robert Bradley Herrick of Steamboat Springs, Colo. They have 13 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. unteers for the Palm Beach County Chapter of the American Red Cross and the Palm Beach County chairwoman of the school clinic program. She also is a soloist of sacred music and a soloist with the Opera Lyrica; she appeared in the first production of La Traviata with the Civic Opera (now Palm Beach Opera). She has been a member of the Music and Drama Club of the Palm Beaches for 32 Mr., Mrs. Eastwood Wood-Mackey H.llim.m M mil Jill. I turn m. .ill WimiiMM,m Wendy Leigh Wood and Louis James Mackey were married Jan. 24 at the home of the bride's sister in Jupiter. The bride is the daughter of Barbara Wood of Jupiter and the late Robert Vincent Wood. Mackey is the son of Fannie Mackey of Goshen, N.Y., and the late James Edward Mackey. The bride, a graduate of Palm Beach Community College, is a pre-kindergarten teacher at the Jupiter Montessori School. Mackey, a graduate of Goshen High School, is a mechanic at Jonathan's Landing of Jupiter and a guitar player in a local band. The couple will reside in Jupiter. it 1 . , 1. " v ' Mr., Mrs. Doran Mr., Mrs. Mackey Wicks-MacDonald WATTS - FIEDOR Karen D. Watts and Michael Alan : ' Fiedor were married October 4, 1997' at Heron Cay in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. The bride is the , daughter of Patricia Anderson and Gilbert Watts of West Palm Beach, Florida. Fiedor is the son of Irene and Harold Fiedor of Dayton, Ohio. The -, bride is a graduate of Coastal School, Fiedor, a graduate of Wright State ., University, is employed as a Chemis,t at Environmental Services of South , Florida. The couple will reside in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. , Mr. and Mrs. Doran Albert H. and Norman A. Doran of Lake Park celebrated their 50th anniversary Feb. 8 with a buffet supper with relatives at the Garden's Court Rehabilitation Center in Palm Beach Gardens. The Dorans were married at the Flora Christian Church in Flora, Ind., and moved from Indianapolis to South Florida in 1975. Mr. Doran retired in 1975 after a 33-year career with Allison's Division of General Motors Corp. He has worked as a volunteer at the former Immanuel Presbyterian Church in Lake Park. Mrs. Doran, a homemaker, worked as a professional seamstress for Dorothy's Apparel Shop in Indianapolis for about two years. The Dorans are the parents of Mr. and Mrs. Stone Hilton F. Stone Jr. and Lillian O. Stone of West Palm Beach celebrated their 50th anniversary March 13 at a lunch with their children at the 391st Bomb Group restaurant in West Palm Beach. On March 15, they attended a celebration at Unity in the Pines in suburban West Palm Beach; on that occasion, Mr. Stone introduced his book, How To Stay Happily Married for 50 Years, which he is preparing for publicatioa The Stones were married at James A. Doran of Atlanta; Debra E. McCann of Elizabeth, Pa.; and Heather D. Berish of Stuart. They have two grandchildren. Wv Donna Wicks and Stephen MacDonald were married Jan. 30 at the Poinciana Country Club in Lake Worth. The bride is the daughter of Mildred Wicks of Pearl River, N.Y. MacDonald is the son of Ray MacDonald and Julia Morgan, both of West Palm Beach. The bride, a graduate of Twin Lakes High School, is a senior customer service agent for Delta Airlines. MacDonald, also a graduate of Twin Lakes High School, is a partner in Griffin Earth Works in West Palm Beach. The couple will reside in West Palm Beach. 5 . ' -V - Mr., Mrs. MacDonald Wedding Needs Directory A call for camps HALL RENTALS BANQUET ROOMS BRIDAL GOWNS & ACCESSORIES Mr., Mrs. Stone Do You Know The Best Place David's Brjdal & Special Occasion Dresses and Mrs. Stone enjoy socializing To Have A Wedding? "I Do" Embassy Suites Hotel on PGA Blvd. with their grandchildren. Thousands of designer gowmt & dresses for the entire bridal parly, available immediately. The Stones are the parents of otters exciting weooing r-acxages. Call 691-3162 or 3167 Are you ready for the summer? To have your day camp or resident camp included in a list of summer camps, please fill out this form. We must have the information in writing no later than March 31. Mail to Summer Camps, Accent, P.O. Box 24696, West Palm Beach, Fla., 33416-4700, or fax the information to 820-4445. Name of camp: Address: St. Stephen's Episcopal Church in St. Louis and moved to South Florida in 1979 from Glastonbury, Conn. Mr. Stone has operated Stone's Tax and Accounting Service in West Palm Beach, full time for the past six years and part time from 1971 to about 1992. Mrs. Stone is a homemaker. Both Mr. Hilton b. Stone III of West Palm Beach; Arthur E. Stone of Port St. Lucie; Dale R. Stone of Royal Palm WATFRPRONT CELEBRATIONS Sizes 4-26! Exceptional Service... Expert Consultants - Come See Us 4833 Okeechobee Blvd West Palm Beach (561) 478-0333 ERICA LOREN "Lowest Prices S Best Selection" VBY OLD PORT YACHT CLUB Specializing In Wedding Recep Beach; and Christina L. Menta of tion & Rehearsal Dinners, overlooking our beautiful marina Call Kalamazoo, Mich. They have eight grandchildren. tor our juiv s aepi. special. Check out our web site at http:. www.ooch.com. 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Wedding announcements must be received no later than three months after the wedding and may include a photograph of the bride or of the couple. Photographs should be no smaller than 3-by-5 inches, black and white or color. Free anniversary notices are limited to a couple's 50th, 55th, 60th, 65th and subsequent celebrations. Photographs may be included and should be no smaller than 3-by-5 inches. To announce other anniversaries, see the information below. Mail announcements to The Palm Beach Post, Features Department, P.O. Box 24700, West Palm Beach, Fla. 33416-4700. Photos will be returned if a self-addressed, stamped envelope is provided. Otherwise, photos may be picked up in The Post's features department after publication. If you miss the deadline or if you would like to choose a specific Sunday publication date for your announcement, you can now do so by purchasing space through the advertising department. 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