The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 4, 1968 · Page 15
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 15

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Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 4, 196815 You'll Love C ouples Exchange Vows New Officers "QIG HAG The Royal Polnciana chap Mr. Pendland, Mrs. Morell Xow in Town! Riviera Beach Lake Worth Okeechobee Blvd. ter of the American Business Women's Association will meet Tuesday, at 6:30 p.m.. In the Famous Restaurant, Lake Worth. Nominations, election and Installation of officers for the new year will be held. matron of honor. Clyde Pendland, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. A reception was held at the church following the ceremony. The couple will reside at 814 N. "L" St.,' Lake Worth after Oct. 30. 8 McDonald's I ii THE HIGH ABS0RBENCY TAMPON 7 . J- mtt SLIDING PANELS 311 Mrs. Iva Lavlnla Morell of 2714 10th Ave., North, Lake Worth and Ora Lee Pendland of 814 N. "L" St., Lake Worth, exchanged vows in a 7:30 p.m. ceremony Tuesday, Oct. 29, at Faith United Presbyterian Church In Palm Springs. The Rev. Earl C. Downey officiated. The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Bailey of Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia, Canada. Mr. Pendland Is the son of Mrs. May Pendland of Anderson, Ind. and the late James A. Pendland. Mrs. Pendland chose an Ice blue silk worsted suit with matching accessories. Mrs. H. Clarence Whipple, In pink, attended the bride as J V s -. Mr. Young, Miss Maguire Miss Diana Lee Maquire became the bride of David William Young In a 2 p.m. ceremony Saturday. The Rev. George E. Becker officiated at The Lutheran Church of the Holy Cross. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert W. Collett of 598 S. Margaret Court. Mr. Young is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Roberson of Broward St., Greenacres City. Given In marriage by her father, the bride chose a full-length gown of chantllly lace featuring a fitted bodice with long sleeves and scalloped neckline. Her elbow-length veil of Illusion fell from a crown fashioned of seed pearls. Attending the bride were Mrs. Ruth Wilson and the bridegroom's sister, Miss Dor-Is Young. James Wilson served as best man. Michael Maquire and John Ubanks were ushers. A reception was held at the church following the MR. AND MRS. PENDLAND BOX OF 10 FREE WITH PURCHASE OF BOX OF 40 Moke your KriM porch usable ytar 'round - No mora cold, wet, dirty porches Just comfortable living with Pre-tek-O-Weother panels. Sturdy and Light Weight lift out for easy Cleaning Low Installation Cost FREE ESTIMATES -965-8911-4352 10th Ave. No. LAKE WORTH . ! 50 TAMPONS '11' Creative Painting Classes At Norton AVAILABLE ATM JUDGE JAMES MRS. YOUNG designed primarily for painters who wish to perfect their technique and work toward evolving a style of their own. "The more proficient the craft, the freer the artist is to express himself uniquely," Merletto said. Instruction will be by individual criticism stressing technique, use of color, and experiments in new materials and tools. To enroll or for additional Information, call Mr. Holland at the Norton School of Art. Flanders Holland, manager of the Norton School of Art, has scheduled a new class In Creative Painting for experienced artists, Thursday afternoons, beginning Nov. 7. Carmine Merletto, the instructor, was born in New Jersey. He studied at the University of California at Berkeley, and at Miami and Columbia Universities. A painter and sculptor of wide reputation, Merletto's works are In many of the leading museum and private collections. This new Norton course Is STEWART COUNTY JUDGE GROUP 2 REPUBLICAN J mm g Associated Artists Works On Exhibit 1 crSSsSi N. M. V T Cmm,. Tim. Children's Letters To God For An Experienced Voice At Tallahassee ELECT IMG! LYTflL '5 f "SSI I - BULOVA GIVES YOUR JEWELRY A BEAUTY BATH Bulova brings back its original brilliance with a . 1 - f if i PPlR. l4oty Go Pftoup of f Fo aul As Trt tws. Works of the Associated Artists of the Palm Beaches may be seen in several locations in the Palm Beaches. To be seen in the West Palm Beach Public Library are 16 oils, acrylics, and water colors withvarled subject matter including still lifes, portraits, landscapes, seascapes, florals. Included in the group is Leoca-dla Orlowsky's religious Russian icon work. Mrs. John N. Morris, president of the organization, announces that a series of outdoor and Indoor exhibits Is forthcoming. 3D Democrat State Representative Dist. 77 Palm Beach & Martin Counties new liquid jewelry cleaner. Treat your jewelry to the same kind of beauty treatment you like yourself. This new liquid jewelry cleaner from Bulova gently bathes away the microscopic film of dust, oil, and make-up that gives jewelry a lackluster look. You can make precious and costume jewelry shine like new again with this powerful non-ammoniated formula that's easy to use and lasts almost forever. With brush and hanger, 11 fl. oz.are only $2.00. r am. IIbuloSS It , UOUID , II J A Capable Candidate lake Lytal has a lifetime of experience in governmental administration at all levels municipal, county and state. He served 24 years as a Palm Beach County Commissioner and close contact with state and local administrations during that time, has given him a deep understanding and wide knowledge of the many problems confronting all levels of government. lake lytal is o resident of West Palm Beach, FL, and for his dedicated public service has received awards from the Civitan Club, the Jaycees and the Kiwanis Club. As Your State Representative Lake Lytal Will I'M WORKING TO ELECT HICKS STATE REPRESENTATIVE DIST. (0 MR. LOUIS TALKES RETIRED N. Pol. Adv. )1 wmmmmmmmmmimmm uitable distribution of government expenses, lake lytal will never be a rubber stomp representative and has no alliances with any person or groups. He will be a true representative of the people in his district. Fight to avoid solution of Stat prob-lemi at the expense of local government . . . Seek a fairer distribution of gas taxes and spend these taxes where needed. Will word for a revised tax structure with an aim of more eq ELECT REPUBLICAN SCOTT L Lever 1 2-B Elect A Man Who Has and Will Always Keep His Word pd. poi. idv. (E) King Keaturei Syndicate. Inc., 1968. World right reMived. mi JVjlJaLfl V ym i Ik PORT OF PALM BEACH COMMISSIONER SUB DISTRICT 2 GROUP 1 HE HAS NO BUSINESS THAT WILL PROFIT BY THIS ELECTION, HE HAS NO CONFLICT OF INTEREST. HE WILL PB Round Table Office To Open The Palm Beach Round Table opens Its executive office this morning at 135 Worth Ave., for Its 37th consecutive season. Mrs. Nils Anderson, a longtime member of the Round Table committee, begins her second year as chairman. She succeeded the late founder-president, Mrs. Alexander M. Hadden, who guided the Roun Table for 35 years. Beginning Jan. 20, the regular Round Table lecture series will be held at Henry Morrison Flagler Museum on Mondays at 3 p.m. and for the 10 successive Mondays. Represent YOU Fairly and Honestly! ARE YOU CONCERNED ABOUT PEANUT ISLAND? SCOTT FRENCH IS! Graduate of Ohio State University Master's Degree from University of Kentucky Resident of West Palm Beach General Manager of M & M Ranch President of Palm Beach County Cattlemen's Assoc. 4-H Club Leader Member of Northwood Methodist Church U.S. Naval Construction Battalion in World War II Married with two children and two adopted nephews Big Fair Crowd ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - The 1968 New Mexico Stale Fair drew 642,298 persons during its 11 days and smashed all previous attendance records. There were 105,000 persons at the 10-nlght rodeo, the highest in the fair's history. ilect Scott L. FRENCH PORT OF PALM BEACH COMMISSIONER - Sub District 2 - Group 1 PULL LEVER 32A ON NOV. 5TH - . Adv. by Camp. 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