The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 1, 1968 · Page 53
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 53

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Friday, November 1, 1968
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PAGE 3 BOBAILO IMSCOBHir m ncwivc t PHARMACY AND SURGICAL SUPPLIES jHJ Tin G3S GONE FISHING Not a worry in the world . . . handy rail to perch on, a soft breeze blowing . . . about trains or "no fishing" signs or any of that now all this Fort Pierce fisherman needs is a folderol whipped up by the establishment and fish, ignored by fishermen. So it's a sunshiny day, a Housewife CowBelles Head MRS. THOM AS SLOAN KOKT PIERCE - A petite, dark-eyed housewife and mother who can saddle a horse and pitch in and herd cattle has been elected president of the Florida CowBelles. Mrs. Thomas L. Sloan took office at the annual Florida Cattlemen's Assn. and Cow-Belle meeting in Sarasota. the Florida Beef Council and vice president of the Florida Cattlemen's Assn., runs a model ranch at Cow Creek, located on the St. Lucie-Okeechobee County line. There, through crossing of Hereford and Brahman stock, he produces Braford calves. Last spring the Sloans, along with daughters, Kathy and Debbie, were featured on an ABC television show, tivities and caring for hundreds of orchids In a hothouse off her kitchen. Mrs. Sloan, 38, Is the granddaughter of the late Sen. C. F. Rauterson and Mrs. Rauler-son, with whom she made her home after the death of her father when she was eight years old. She and her family still live In the old two-story, stucco home on Orange Avenue where she was raised. Tom, long-time chairman of FALL HARVEST of VALUES SE I SM,LE I ASPIRIN COLOGNE LIQUID FOR MEN DETERGENT WRGe'sVze "j 5GRAINS JUSTffi SAI.E 9 GLYCERINE SECRET HAI SUPPOSITORIES ROLL-ON KARATE adult size DEODORANT COLOGNE fit -lot REG. $2.25 NOW 9 RE,8939 SALE $ 1 65 HAI NEW SYLVANIA IfAPATP RIGHT GUARD BLUE DOT I C ANTI-PERSPIRANT FLASH BULBS AFTER SHAVE deodorant 25s REG. $1.50 5 oz. REG. $1.39 REG. $2. J 9 N0W$119 JUSt87 TODAYS" k I DIM I As head of the 300-member organization dedicated to the welfare of the Florida beef industry, Mrs. Sloan and another Fort Pierce woman, Mrs. Don Robertson, newly-elected state secretary-treasurer, will travel the state fostering the CowBelles' prime objective promoting Florida's beef to the nation's dinner tables. Papers piled high on a pool table In the family rumpus room, JoAnn Sloan, back from Sarasota, was already working at her new job this week. "I just take things as they come," she remarked as she planned a week's schedule, which already includes the role of mother to two teen-aged daughters, "secretary" to husband, Tom, who manages their more than iSU.UOU-acre ranch west o! town; plus maintaining a town house, ranch house, being president of a garden circle, church ac- K A ST Lit! "We Major In Minors" INFANTS THRU TEEN 14 GIRLS INFANTS THRU SIZE 12' BOYS COMPLETE TEEN DEPT. 822 PARK AVE. LAKE PARK PH. 848-4229 TEQUESTA PLAZA . . . 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Auditions Scheduled Auditions for the 1968 Variety Show are scheduled for Nov. 20 and 21 at J. D. Parker Elementary School. Howard Haid heads this year's committee as director. Robert Batterman and James Overton are co-chairmen, and John Scott will serve as master of ceremonies. Stage managers will be William Winebrenner and James Hopkins. Paul Budd is in charge of publicity. Proceeds from the annual event go to the Martin County Association for Retarded Children. Parade Planned Entry blanks have been sent to all local organizations for the annual Christmas parade sponsored by the Junior Woman's Club of Stuart. The parade will be held Nov. 30, and all entry blanks must be returned to Mrs. Noah Browning, lineup chairman, by Nov. 15. Any group which has not received this form and would like to participate should contact Mrs. Browning. The general chairman for the parade is Mrs. Larry Ankrom. World Community Day The United Church Women of Martin County will meet at the First United Methodist Church Friday in observance of World Community Day. The project for the day will be the collection of blankets and clothing for southeast Asia. An offering will be taken for training leadership in Guatemala and the Mississippi Delta. World Community Day is sponsored by Church Women United and celebrated nationally. Election Party Set An election party will be held at the Elks Lodge on Highway 76 for members and guests of the Elks Club Nov. 5 beginning at 7 p.m. A buffet dinner with a choice of beef or ham will be served. Tickets are $1 per person. Members are reminded that anyone donating a pint of blood to the Elks' account is entitled to a free steak at the monthly steak supper after the blood drive. Welcome Wagon Event Set The next luncheon meeting of the Welcome Wagon is scheduled for 11 a.m. Nov. 19 at the Anchorage Yacht Club in Rio. 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