The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 3, 1968 · Page 40
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 40

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 3, 1968
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Palm Beach Post-Times. Sunday, Nov. S, 1968 CIS if" n r I l A I - it -.M- gf r t 1 our buoyant polyester knit has flowers lighting up the jacquard-patterned landscape It knows no season, needs MRS. . THOMAS W. BATES . .Janet Rae Wise MRS. ROBERT GALE BAKER . . .Kay Millicent Knight MRS. BILL Y J. SANDLIN . . .Betty Jean Haverly MRS. STEPHEN I. THOMPSON . . .Sandra Joyce King 2. News Weddings - ""'1 fir Capt. Baker, Miss Knight Holy Trinity Episcopal Church was the setting Saturday, Nov. 2, for the 7 p.m. ceremony that joined in marriage Miss Kay Millicent Knight and Capt. Robert Gale Baker. The Rev. Charles D. Corran Jr. officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ezekiel Slrman You'll Love BIG MAG Now in Town! Riviera Beach Lake Worth Okeechobee Blvd. tk ft lit f Mw wntmm McDonald's Knight of 284 Cordova Road. Capt. Baker is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gale Baker Sr. of Lerna, 111. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a cage gown of candlelight English net with appliqued, re-embroidered lace over taffeta, designed with a boat neckline and elbow-length sleeves. The skirt was bordered with deep lace scallops which extended around the bottom of her court train. Her mantilla of silk illusion was appliqued with matching re-embroidered lace. Mrs. Fred Clarke of Atlanta, Ga., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a candlelight, floor-length gown styled In a soft flowing fashion with scooped neckline and cap sleeves. Her bittersweet organza bow was covered with candlelight illusion veiling. Her other attendant was Mrs. Thomas Rlggs of Tampa, cousin of the bride. She was attired in a gown ldentl- beach surfside coral gables Serving as best man was Larry Thompson of North Palm Beach. Ushers Included James Weldon, Merltt Island, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, and Gordon Rentner of Palm Beach Gardens. A reception was held at the Holiday Inn in Palm Beach. The couple will reside at 360 Fiesta Ave., Apt. 201 In Te-questa after Nov. 8. Mr. Thompson, Miss King Touring Florida are Mr. and Mrs. Stephen I. Thompson who exchanged vows Friday, Nov. 1, In St. Luke's Catholic Church. The Rev. Father O'D-wyer officiated at the 8 p.m. ceremony. The bride Is the former Miss Sandra Joyce King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. King of 1307 Worthlngton St. k Li fv i jj C 1 Week Only! FREE Photograph With Each Grooming. to "Candlelight Grooming" All breeds! Jean's Tender Loving Care 13 YEARS EXPERIENCE 1771 So. Congress Congress & Forest Hill Blvd. West Palm Beach, Fla. Ph. 967-2609 u ii Spirit Away Flu Mr. Sandlin, Miss Haverly Honeymooning in Jamaica are Mr. and Mrs. Billy James Sandlin who exchanged vows Saturday, Nov. 2, In a 7 p.m. ceremony at Lakeside United Methodist Church. The Rev. David T. Scoates officiated. Mrs. Sandlin Is the former Miss Betty Jean Haverly, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward I. Haverly of 1131 N. "F" St., Lake Worth. Mr. Sandlin Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kern Sandlin of Clan-ton, Ala. The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, was attired In a full-length, princess-line gown of imported silk satin. The neckline was outlined In seed pearls. The empire bodice was of chantilly lace and the sleeves tapered to the wrist. The skirt was trimmed with lace appliques. The flowing chapel-length train repeated the lace motif. The bride's crown was of chantilly lace petals trimmed with pearls and held a fingertip veil of french Illusion. Mrs. Wendle Carroll, cousin of the bride, of Seymour, Conn, was matron of honor. She wore a floor-length gown of turquoise featuring Venetian lace. Her headpiece was a matching bow with french Illusion veiling. Also attending the bride In ensembles identical to the matron of honor, were Miss Doris Ferguson, cousin of the bride, Seymour, Conn.; Miss Beverly Johnson of Pompano and Mrs. Robert Roth of Margate. Tammy Weldon of Merrltt Island, niece of the bridegroom, and Dana Muller of Long Island, N.Y., cousin of the bride, were flower girls. "Aloha Catering Photography Floral Service "4568 LAKE WORTH RD. UKf WORTH, FLA. 965-1177 Lp.4 WEDDING ml"- little care and is perfectly packablel Choose it in tones of grey or beige with honey. From a collection your special sizes 38 to 52 and 14Vato26'2 s40 Consult our experts for personal service and perfect fitl ultra-light undershaping Lovely lacy looks belie the figure control going on here! Vanity designs it so you can breathe easy and look great! Reinforced in front for extra support. White. sizes 38 to 52 average and long lengths. LANE Opn Mon. Thru Sat. 10(0 9:30 Add 4 State I k ii If 1:1 ? ii 7 11 in r'i 16 iLv cal to the matron of honor. Kent Ghast of Mattoon, 111. was best man. Ushers Included Fred Clark of Atlanta; John Knight, brother of the bride, and Mert Baker. A reception was held on the church patio following the wedding. The couple Is on a wedding trip to Virginia and will reside in Fort Lee, Petersburg, Va., where the bridegroom is stationed, having completed a tour of duty in Vietnam. Mr. Bates, Miss Wise Miss Janet Rae Wise became the bride of Thomas We-slle Bates Friday, Nov. 1, at 8 p.m. The Rev. Norrls Geer officiated at Lake Avenue Baptist Church. Mrs. Bates Is the daugher of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Wise of 3315 Hurricane Road, Lake Worth. Mr. Bates Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gay of 5071 Norma Elaine Road. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length dress of white satin with empire waist accented with lace. Lace also highlighted the neck and long sleeves. Her floor-length train was caught in back at the waist by two satin bows. Her elbow-length veil of nylon Illusion was held In place by satin rose petals with lace, crystal and seed pearls. Miss Jean Wise, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a floor-length gown of deep blue velvet and crepe chiffon fashioned along empire lines. Her Illusion veil was held In place by crepe chiffon bows which matched her dress. Mike Gay, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. James Gay, brother of the bridegroom, acted as usher. A reception was held at the church house. The couple will reside at 5264 Norma Elaine Road. dadeland ft. lauderdale a. 0 evenings until 9 Mr. Thompson Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irving E. Thompson of 125 Keller Drive, Palm Springs. Mr. King escorted his daughter to the altar. She wore a full-length dress of white satin with embroidered lace tapering from the high neckline to the natural waist and polnt-to-wrist sleeves. An Inverted pleat from waist to floor was embroidered with lace. The gown featured a built-in train. Her bouffant veil of illusion fell from a satin leaf effect crown with jeweled tiara. Miss Janet Cavlns of Lake Worth, was maid of honor. She wore a full-length gown of forest green velvet featuring a ruffled neckline and sleeves with contrasting green satin bow and buttons down the back of the gown. Mrs. Renee Thompson, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. She wore a ruby red velvet gown identical In style to the maid of honor. Miss Karen Van Ess, In royal blue velvet, also attended the bride. Kathy Hager, cousin of the bride, was flowerglrl. Ricky Anderson, cousin of the bride, was rlngbearer. BUI Murray of Hamden, Conn, served as best man. Ushers Included Don Bucca-fuschl and Larry F. Fltzger-, aid, cousin of the bride, both of West Palm Beach. A reception was held at the Ramada Inn, Village on the Green. The couple will reside at 1426 S. "N" St., Lake Worth, after Nov. 5. drugstore and got some Flugo Pills and gave them to her with green tea. It had to be green, she said, to kill the germs. "I was no sootier home than the Langley sisters phoned that they were down, too. I got them comfortable and chased out to get them some Kilflu Tablets, which they wanted with Orange Pekoe tea. "All day long It's been like that. I had to get a prescription (Uled for Mrs. O'NeU and make her some herb tea. I got some Nullfe Pills for Mrs, Goldberg and made some chicken soup for her. "I got some Fluclde Drops for Mrs. Malloy and brewed her some black tea. Then I had to get a little gin for Mrs. McCarthy because she was so weak from the flu, and I had to cradle her in my arms so she could drink it." "You have had a trying day," I said. "It's too bad your patients couldn't agree on one remedy. If they'd agreed on chicken soup, for instance, all you would have had to do would have been to make a pot and carry It from door to door." "Or perhaps I could have carried a bottle of Dublin Dew from door to door," said Jenny, handling me her glass for a refill. "Right, macushla!" I said. "I thought Mrs. McCarthy was on the right dosage and I'll bet she's first of all to be out of bed. By Instinct or experience, I know not which, she knows that flu germs can't survive In alcohol." "You mean It kills them?" asked Jenny, taking another sip. "Well, at least, with one taste, they lose all Interest In chewing the Ins Ides of us poor humans. One little drink of the spirit Is better than a drugstore full of pills or a tank wagon of penicillin. Why, my late friend Wiggle Bassity had nothing but whiskey for breakfast, lunch and dinner through the last four flu epidemics. Every hour was the cocktail hour for him, and he wasn't sick a single day, although In truth he did wobble a bit." "You called him your late friend," said Jenny. "What did he die of?" "He didn't die," I said. 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I mixed two Dublin Dews and soda, one for each of us, and said, "Tell me about your day!" "Right after you left for work this morning," my wife began, "Mrs. Gallagher phoned and said she was down with the flu. I raced over to her house, got her two little girls dressed, breakfasted and off to school, then went to the Avmt FlorM 2247 241 1 L kiriw IN. Fori lufcrfelt II S-I7H k $ V hyf V LR announces the opening of V her newest salon on November 14th at 100 OAKS Shopping Center, Nashville, Tennessee. ' 4 Fashions For Women Who Wear Sizes 18 & 20t 12V to 26Vt 38 to 46 V NOV OPEN For the Season 208-A Worth Avenue Palm Beach 1551 lUrdlif Ave. MS-2(1I 208-A Wirti Um fcifi, Tim 831 - 211 worth avenue palm beach mall open monday, thursday, and friday

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