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CI Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 3, 1968 , r.,1,-1, ,, i. l ..Hill ipipiPIIIPII , : X-;'. I f' . -. r ' t A 4Y 1 K7 i v a v - 4 - - I- Z: AfSS BENSON MISS DAZEY MISSKUHN MISS RICHTER MISS SCOTT MISSSENN MISSWILLIAMS 1 'Z- . - ' tf tun i 4 . .4 . 1 J A Dec. 21 wedding at Good Shepherd Methodist Church Is planned. Engagements News Of ii'nii rt """H'liimi i" I.1 v "'iiiiin 'il.' ' ' " ' Miss Benson, Mr.Stiffler Announcement of the engagement of Miss Jeri Ann Benson to Donald Walter Slif-fler has been made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Foster W. Benson of 310 S. Lake Drive, Lantana. The bride-elect attended Palm Beach Junior College where she was a member of Tri Omega Sorority. Mr. Stiffler is the son of Mrs. D. E. Stiffler of 4210 Gun Club Road. He was graduated from Forest Hill High School and attended Palm Beach Junior College where he was a member of Alpha Phi Delta fraternity. A wedding date has not been set. The bride-elect Is also the daughter of Cooper J. Senn Jr. of Lake Worth. She Is employed by the Arrow Shirt Co. in Huntingdon, Pa. Mr. Clarke is in commercial advertising and deals in Graphic Arts with the Fine Arts Velox Co. In New York City. A January wedding Is planned. Miss Smith, Mr. Lin field Mr. and Mrs. J. Richard Smith of 2665 Exuma Road announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Beverly Carol Smith to Arthur William LinfleldJr. The bride-elect was graduated from Lake Worth High School and Is teaching at Howell Watklns Junior High School. Mr. Linfleld Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur William Linfleld Sr. of 117 N. "D" St., Lake Worth. He was graduated from Lake Worth High School and Is employed by Florida Music Co. Miss Williams, Mr. Vellia Mr. and Mrs. George L. Williams Sr. of 1159 S. Mango Drive, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Melda Elizabeth Williams, to Donald Thomas Vellla. The bride-elect Is employed by the law firm of Warwick, Paul and Herring and is a member of the Palm Beach County Legal Secretaries Association and the Historical Society of Palm Beach. Mr. Vellla Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter S. Morablto of 100 Northwood Road, Jupiter. He has completed his military service, serving with the Marines, attended schools in New York and Is employed by Radio Corp. of America In Palm Beach Gardens. He is attending electronics school at night. A February wedding at Trinity Temple in West Palm Beach is planned. of Beta Sigma Phi sorority and secretary of Beta Sigma Phi City Council of the Palm Beaches. Mr. Riermersma Is the son of Mrs. Marjorie L. Riemersma of 1609 NE Second Court, Boynton Beach and the late Henry Riemersma. He was graduated from Burnsville High School, St. Paul, Minn., and Is studying commercial art with Art Instruction Schools In Minneapolis, Minn. A Jan. 31, 1969 wedding at the First Christian Church of Lake Worth Is planned. Peek of this city, son of Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Mcintosh Peek of West Palm Beach, Fla. Miss Brent was graduated from Richmond Professional Institute. Mr. Peek attends Virginia Commonwealth University. Miss Dazey, Mr. Thompson Mrs. Barbara Dazey of 597 SW 12th St., Delray Beach, announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Nina Lee Dazey, to Arnold Edward Thompson. Miss Dazey is also the daughter of Donald R. Dazey of Delray Beach. 1403 Route 2, Lantana Road, Lantana. He was graduated from Lake Worth High School and is employed by Electrolux Vacuum Cleaner Co. as a salesman. A June 14, 1969 wedding Is planned at Lantana Baptist Church. Miss Scott, Mr. Bice The engagement of Miss Rose Ann Scott to David Laurence Bice is made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Deaver W. Storer of 840 Tripp Drive. The bride-elect, of 321 Wood-side Drive, was graduated from Forest Hill High School and Is attending Career Training Institute. She is employed by Jordan Marsh and Boys and Girls Club. Mr. Bice Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence R. Bice of 3122 Buckley Ave., Lake Worth. He was graduated from Lake Worth High School and Is employed by the Palm Beach County Board of Public Instruction. He Is active In Army Reserve Unit Co. C, 841st Eng. Bn. (Combat). A wedding date has not been set. Miss Senn, Mr. Clarke MOUNT UNION, Pa. Mrs. Sue Senn, formerly of Lake Worth, announces the engagement of her daughter, Miss Shirley Senn, to Robert Clarke of Cape Cod, Mass., and New York City. Miss Brent, Mr. Peek RICHMOND, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jackson Brent announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Roberta Harper Brent, to Leon Ashley and will receive her bachelor of science degree in business administration this December from Florida Atlantic University. Mr. Reardon Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Reardon of 1619 NE Third Court, Boynton Beach. He was graduated from Fort Meyers High School where he was a member of the Junior Clvitan Club. He also received his associate of arts degree from Miami-Dade Junior College and attended Florida Atlantic University. He Is now serving with the United States Navy In Orlando. A wedding date has not been set. Miss Lewis, Mr. Riemersma Mr. and Mrs. Rabe O. Lewis of 906 N. "A" St., Lake Worth, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Susan Lorraine Lewis, to Robert Paul Riemersma. The bride-elect was graduated from Lake Worth High School and is vice president of Phi Gamma Upsllon Chapter THE ONLY MAN IN THE DISTRICT 3 COUNTY COMMISSION RACE WHO HAS PLEDGED FULL-TIME SERVICE TO YOU. 3 W ?x Fine Jewelry Dept. Main Floor Alphabet Points Way To Career The bride-elect Is a graduate of Seacrest High School and Is attending Palm Beach Junior College. She Is a past Worthy Advisor of Rainbow Assembly 58, Delray Beach. Mr. Thompson Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thompson of Lake Worth. He was graduated from Lowvllle Academy and Central School in Lowvllle, N.Y. He attended Palm Beach Junior College and served four years in the United States Navy. He is employed by Hamilton Electric Inc. in West Palm Beach. A Dec. 28 wedding at Cason Memorial Methodist Church In Delray Beach Is planned. Miss Kuhn, Mr. Reardon The engagement of Miss Jo Ann Kuhn to Patrick Reardon is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Kuhn of Miami Springs. The bride-elect was graduated In 1965 from Hialeah High School. There she was a member of Sorrota and the Modern Dance Club. She received her associate of arts degree from Miami-Dade , Junior College Sale SHOES ! 8) 0J Regularly to $20.00 Dress shoes by Caressa Valentine Sandler plus Spanish and Italian mports ! ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY lAMve cmcT oi iai rrv Miss Richter, Mr. Cottrell Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Klalb-er of 1217 S. "C" St., Lake Worth, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Judith Gail Richter, to Steven Edward Cottrell. 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