The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 3, 1968 · Page 31
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 31

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( ft I'alm litath Tost-Times, Sunday, Nov. 3, 1968 Lines From Lake Worth And Lantana This Garden Club Plans Blue Ribbon For Library LIBRARY MOVERS Mrs. M. V. Maokinnon (above left) book chair-" man of the Town and Country Garden Club is working with circle book chairmen Mrs. John B. HillLs, Mrs. La Vern Swedberg (above right) and Mrs. Fred L. Waite as they move their library from their old bookcase to a brand new one in the Civic Center, Lake Worth. v' ' f-v YA) 1 f v J'!- "-., i '' . -' rc ' t V Eacfc"" ' " 1 .,;-.... ,'.! r A ' 'Jh.P. I w h 7 ! I ill ' I j l Story, Photo ii By ii Betty ii Linn AAAAA TO EEE SIZES FROM BE J PROPERLY FITTED! High Ht.li, M4. H.tli r Flat KIX IMOft SAMPIES AND CAN t EtlATIONS 333'4 CLEMATIS W.P.B. Phone 832-7664 n i ing, and they have added twenty four new books to their already Impressive collection on various phases of gardening; in addition, each circle will put on a drive for new gardening books among its members. A book Is also placed on the library shelf In memory of each departed member, and Individuals and circle contributions are most welcome. Each circle book chairman has a key to the library and the LW federation book chairman brings a selection of books to each federation meeting. Most In demand are the books on birds, trees and plants of Florida, corsage making, and other specialized subjects. The Town and Country Garden Club's board of directors will meet Monday at 9:30 a.m. at the Civic Center of Lake Worth in the Pioneer Room. Poinsettia Court Amaranth Order Poinsettia Court NO. 19, Order of the Amaranth will observe "Friendship Night" at the regular meeting on Tuesday evening at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Temple, 1760 Lucerne Avenue. Hostesses for the social hour will be Mrs. Vera Whyte, Mrs. Jeanette Keen and Mrs. Walter Ley. For more information, call Laura-jean Mills at 582-5905. Cadena Class A rummage sale sponsored by the Cadena class of the Calvary United Methodist Church, corner of O and 1st avenue South, Lake Worth, will be held on the 8th and 9th of November from 8:30 to 3:00 p.m. Candy Stripers The candy stripers of John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital are' preparing for their third annual Benefit Ball with excitement mounting. Marsha Cavaliere, president of the candy stripers, said at a kick-off rallythat their group is confident this will be the biggest teen-age event in the area. The West Palm Beach Municipal Auditorium will be the location for the fund-raising event to be held on Dec. 6th from 9 p.m. 'til 1 a.m. Proceeds from this ball will go into the JFK Memorial Hospital development fund. 24,000 hours have been contributed to the hospital by these young volunteers, and their varied services and responsibilities have earned them the respect and appreciation of both staff and patients. Neil Diamond will provide the music and entertainment for the ball. Neil has been on the hit-making scene since 1965, singing his own compositions, "Solitary Man" and others his latest his record is "Sunday Sun". An anti-hippie and anti-LSD musician, Neil believes that "phony hippies are a cop-out from life. They are not turning themselves on, but are turning their lives off." Tickets are now available in schools throughout the area or from any candy striper. B.P.O. DOES A busy time ahead is the forecast for the B.P.O. Does Lake Worth Drove No. 116 as By BETTY LINN Staff Writer The Town and Country Garden Club, organized in 1955, and members of the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs, Inc. has as its object the promotion of Interest in gardens, their design and management; to cooperate In the protection of wild flowers, birds, native trees and shrubs, and to encourage civic planting. The officers of the Lake Worth Federation are Mrs. Alfred J. Butler, president; Mrs. Walker Graham, vice president; Mrs. Fred L. Waite, 2nd vice president; recording secretary, Mrs. Joseph H. Meima n; coresponding secretary, Mrs. Albert C. Lunden; treasurer, Mrs. James Ryan. The Lake Worth federation meets four times each year, while their four circles, Hibiscus, Orchid, Sansevieria and Sea Grape meet monthly. Each year, the Florida Federation of Garden Clubs has a competition for various awards and last year, the Town and Country Garden Club won three firsts the Corsage award, the Audubon Camp award, and the Conservation of Natural Resources award, received for the club's part In Instigating and working on the "Custard-Applle Trail" a wildlife trail in John Prince Memorial Park. This year, under Mrs. M. V. McKinnon, book chairman of the Lake Worth Federation of the Town and Country group, the club is aiming toward a blue ribbon award for their library, maintained In the Pioneer Room of the Lake Worth Civic Center for its members. This year, a handsome new bookcase has replaced the antiquated one they've been us Mrs. Jean Towner; recording secretary, Mrs. Carl McDowell; financial secretary, Mrs. Hubert Smith; treasurer, Mrs. Loretta Anderson. The Sunday dine-out November 3rd will be at Lester's on Ridge road Just west of the Lantana Shopping Center at 4:00 p.m. Retired Persons The American Association of Retired Persons, Chapter 213, of Lake Worth will hold their annual rummage sale on Nov. 7th and 8th on 813 Lucerne Avenue from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Salable rummage may be brought in from 9 a.m. 'til 4 p.m. Wednesday. cember, according to Mrs. Robert Fulton, press chairman. LW Lions Auxiliary The Lake Worth Lions Auxiliary will meet for luncheon Monday at noon at the Famous Restaurant, Lake Worth, announces Mrs. Edward Meinhold, publicity chairman. 1 Michigan Club Michigan Club launches its winter season with the first indoor potluck supper which will be held Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, North J and 2nd Avenue, Lake Worth. Each one attending Is asked to bring a dish to pass, table service and beverage. It is not necessary to be from Michigan to attend these gatherings, says Geneva D. Null, publicity chairman. Guests are welcome, too. Officers for the 1968-69 club year are: president, Mrs. Lewis Gardner; first vice president, Mrs. Charles Gil-more; second vice president,. they carry out the schedule outlined for them by their president, Ruth Kellogg. Their Christmas Bazaar plans are In high gear, as they prepare the finishing touches for the bazaar to be held Nov. 2nd, 3rd, and 4th at the Elks Club, "25 South Dixie Highway from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Nomination of officers for 1969 will be held Nov. 11th and on the 14th, a dessert card party Is planned. This year last initiation of new members will take place on Nov. 25th. More Information about the B.P.O. Does, Lake Worth, may be had by calling Bobby-Rowan at 582-5966. and he won't do a thing for ME." Our star can give her friends a change of pace if she cares to bother with it. She can laugh and perhaps enjoy an hour at a party so her companions can express their How Could You! feelings. Or, she can act a hit tired and depressed. That will give them opportunity to dust off their pep talks. They can tell her how LIFE GOES ON and that she must snap out of it! 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