The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 1, 1968 · Page 11
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 11

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, November 1, 1968
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Clubs In Action Palm Beach Post, Friday November 1, 1968 11 Annual Fall Festival Saturday J x J Thompson looks forward to a busy dancing season. Order Of Amaranth Royal Poinciana Court, Order of the Amaranth, has scheduled a rummage sale at 1754 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth, on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 8 and J, from 8:30 a.m. to t p.m. each day. Those interested in donating rummage may take it to the sale site on Thursday evening, or may contact Miss Sallie Cottle, '913 Sunset Road, dance band, will furnish music for dancing as the Three I Dance Club of Lake Worth begins its 1968-69 season. The weekly evening dance will be held today at 8:30 p.m. In the ballroom of the Lake Worth Casino. This is the 52nd year that these dances have been held, with membership now open to those who enjoy an evening of dancing. Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Keeley will serve as host and hostess. Mr. Keeley Is immediate past president of the club. Further Information about this club can be obtained by calling the president, Charles H. Thompson at 585-0328; Mr. Music Study Club The Music Study Club's program today Is called "Music for Reflection" according to the chairman, Mrs. James F. Graham. The meeting will begin at 2 p.m. at the Norton Gallery of Art. Miss Rochelle Hineman, pianist and Pattl Adams on the flute, will perform several numbers. The young women are juniors at Forest Hill High School. Kay Graham, vocalist will sing. Tessie Sieber will accompany on the piano. Immediately after the program Mrs. Donald Miller and her committee will serve refreshments on the patio. VivYiP t 1 J HEARE;OW OPEN FOR BUSINESS... WALSH SHOE REPAIR While You - Wait ' Service KEYS MADE Come in and See the finest SHOE REPAIR SHOP IN FLORIDA! PALM BEACH MALL WEST PAIM BEACH hen Shopping Use P-T Classified Here's Activities To Note in order to accomodate more pupils for group vocal lessons and for Italian, both classes taught by Mrs. Paollna Catania. The voice lessons will be given on Fridays, 5 to 7 p.m. Italian lessons are Wednesdays, 5 to 7 p.m. The time change is to make it possible for working adults to attend. Those interested in either class may register by calling the YWCA, 833-2439. Modeling, Charm Classes West Palm Beach Recreation Department Modeling and Charm sessions will be offered at Northwood Recreation Center, 40th Street and Pinewood Avenue, beginning Saturday, at 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Maezie Murphy Kline, the instructor feels the course Is designed primarily for teen-age girls although pre-teens would find the class helpful and interesting. To register for the course call 833-6633, est. 278. Vocal, Italian Lessons Halloween Program The fifth grade class at Palm Springs Elementary will present a Halloween program in the cafetorium this morning at 8:45. The characters in "A Halloween Tale" Include: Alice Whitehill, Laurie Flgureoa, Colleen Conklin, Elena Santos and Anita Lanier as witches, with Ricky Philbrick and Thomas Hobbs as ghosts; Andy Riblett will play Terrible Hank. Announcing for the show is Richard Fellenstein while the sound effects will be provided by Robert Horen and James Kumas. NOT EXACTLY LIKE HOME - Steve Miller (left,) and Stacey Barnes erect the pup tent while Raymond Underwood gets a closer look at his sleeping quarters. About 20 boys from their R.A. group will camp out today and Saturday. During Royal Ambassador Week, Nov. 3-9, they will also assist with services at First Baptist Church, Lake Park, and visit the Convalescent Center. Steve is son of Mrs. Margaret Miller; Stacey is son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Barnes; Raymond is son of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Underwood. Current classes at the W W I YWCA have been rescheduled I -""V it I I Our Savior Lutheran Parent Teacher league annual fall festival will be held Saturday, from 11:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. at the school grounds at 7 South B Street. There will be games, prizes, a costume parade and food. A bake sale and country store will be on hand with lots of goodies for everyone. Everyone's invited to come and bring the whole family. Empire State Club The Empire State club will hold Its regular covered dish dinner today at 12:00 noon at Barton Park. Bring your ow.i table service and tureen to pass. Three I Dance Club The Gay Notes, a local What Where When MONDAY NOV. 4 FAMILY AL-ANON Jupiter-Tequesta, at the Church of the Good Shepherd, Jupiter, 8:30 p.m. FAMILY AL-ANON of Lake Worth at Sacred Heart Church 411 No. Federal Lake Worth 8 p.m. LANTANA SENIOR CITIZENS at the Recreational Bldg. So. Dixie Lantana, 1:30 p.m. CIVIL AIR PATROL Lake Park Cadet Squadron, Kelsey Park, Recreation Hall Lake Park 7 p.m. TIME 'N TALENT CLUB at Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, 2:30 p.m. INSTRUCTIONAL HYPNOSIS CLASS at 711 No. Dixie, 8 p.m. STARLIGHTERS ROUND DANCE CLASS at 19 So. Dixie Lake Worth, 10 a.m. SINGING SURF CHAPTER SWEET ADELINES at St. George's Episcopal Church 21 W. 22nd Street, Riviera Beach, 7:30p.m. WEIGHT WATCHERS of Palm Beach County Inc. Marina inn 7:30 p.m.; office 3733 S. Dixie 7:30 p.m.; Christ the King Lutheran Church 46 Willow Drive Tequesta 7:30 p.m.; Holiday Inn, Stuart 7:30 p.m.; Fort Pierce Tradewinds Cafe Searstown, 7:30p.m. ROYAL EIGHTS SQUARE DANCE CLUB round dance in mfhnrtprnTTsquare dance 8 to 10:30 p.m.; Square Dance Center 3780 Burns Road, Palm Beach Gardens. TEMPLE LSRAEL SISTERHOOD BOARD Schwaitzberg Hall 10 a.m. WEST PALM BEACH GARDEN CLUB board meeting at the Garden Center Dreher Park, 10 a.m. NORTHWOOD CHAPTER 266 OES at Northwood Masonic Temple 8 p.m. GOLDEN LINKS REBEK-AH LODGE 64 at Lake Worth Woman's Club, 8 p.m. 8 WEST PALM BEACH PEACE OFFICERS, Benevolent Auxiliary at the Police Benevolent Clubhouse Tuxedo Lane7:45p.m. TEMPLE BETH EL SISTERHOOD Board meeting at Temple Beth El 8 p.m. VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS POST 3588 Ladles Auxiliary meeting at 114 No. Dixie Lake Worth 8 p.m. WOMEN'S GUILD of the Community Evangelical Covenant Church of WSCS of Boynton Beach First Methodist Church executive committee in Fellowship Hall, 11 a.m. ; tfi 1 1 , Dacron print S The miracle ,abnc' Dacron" Ht-j (L'''liw ' polyester, shapes a fashion ,v7 ys that knows no limit to the r v. "- places it can go. Criss-cross '' print with scarf collar: (5V"w ff'VW Q beigewhite.aquawhite. m'l mttiMtfh "M 1498 mm - T f J Dress Dept. 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At All tf JB Stores 9600 to order baach mall 10 9:30 the bra slip by Bestform "Instant dressing" garment combines the luxury of a fine all nylon tricot slip with the comfort and fit of a famous Bestform" bra. Fiberftll padded lace cups, lingerie straps with elastic tabs. White, black: 32 -36 A 32-38B. 32-38C $5 Foundations. At All 12 IB Stores W It ? j V-AJ.J mm i -trv." . .

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