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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 10

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Palm Beach Post 10 Tuesday, Nov. 5, 1968 Garden Club Meeting Wednesday . I - V, A-.-"V.j JC -Vr , x i have charge of the social hour following the meeting. They will plan and serve the refreshments. Massage Association The Palm Beach County Massage Association will meet Thursday, at 8 p.m., in the home of Eric Wickman, 218 Lakeview Ave., upstairs. Educational films will be shown. All registered masseurs and masseuses please plan to attend. Legal Secretaries A "Boodle Bag Party" sponsored by the Palm Beach County Legal Secretaries will be held Wednesday, In McAr-thur's Dairy, Military Trail, at 7:30 p.m. Members are reminded to bring working materials and contributions for convention door prizes. A short business meeting is scheduled and refreshments will be served. Palm Beach "Le-Gals" will be hostesses to FALS Slate Convention in April. Chairman Sandy Wllloughby reported that her committee has planned a gala "Bosses' Night" to be held in the Olympus Room on Nov. 20. Art Society Gene Argent, professor of art at Palm Beach Junior College, will explain neon art and sculpture at the Thursday meeting of the North Palm Beach Art Society, Inc., at 8 p.m., in the community room of the First Federal Savings & Loan, VJS. Highway 1, Lake Park. Members and guests are American Benelux Club Dance The American Benelux Club ' of Palm Beach County will hold Its annual Masquerade Ball on Saturday, at 8 p.m., in the Famous Restaurant. The gala buffet affair will be highlighted by prizes for the "king and queen" of the ball. Original costumes and masks will be worn by all. The public is invited. For further information contact Mrs. Ingeborg D. Singer, secretary-treasurer, at 965-9311. Election of officers was held recently. New officers are: John Gouleven, president; James Davis, Jean Flemal, and Fred Grille, vice-presidents; and Mrs. Ingeborg Singer, secretary-treasurer. Panhellenic Association The West Palm Beach Panhellenic Association will meet Wednesday, at 8 p.m., In the Fidelity Federal Savings and Loan, 4520 Broadway. A program concerning the hippie underworld will be presented by Mrs. William S.Lockman. Hostess sororities will be Sigma Kappa, Delta Delta Delta, and Alpha Delta PI. Mrs. Fred Schiller Is In charge of refreshments. Order of Amaranth Royal Polnciana Court, Order of the Amaranth will meet on Wednesday.-at 8 p.m. Mrs. Lillian Leonard, royal matron, has announced special honor will be paid to charter members. The men of the court will Association officers were recently Installed at a luncheon heldlntheSaililsh Club. Mrs. Lloyd Woofenden, installing officer, Installed the following officers: Mrs. Ralph Bauer, president; Mrs. Harold McKaig, vice-president; Mrs. H. Roberts, recording secretary; Mrs. Charles Harrison, corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. A. Walter, treasurer. St. Clare's Guild St. Clare's Women's Guild, St. Clare's Parish, North Palm Beach, will hold a monthly meeting and Chinese auction on Wednesday, at 8 p.m., in the First Federal Savings and Loan Assoc., Lake Park. B&PW Club The West Palm Beach Business and Professional Women's Club's November program meeting will be held at Palm Beach Junior College on Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m. It has been changed from the regular meeting night due to Election on Tuesday. Dr. Robert Holzman, Head of Business Administration at the College and Dean Paul Glynn, Dean of Student Personnel, will speak on the place of the Junior college between high school and the business world. Students in the high schools, through their counsellors, have been urged to attend this program. Mrs. Beth Carmack, employment chairman of the club, is In charge of the program. The meeting will be held in Room 129 of the Business Administration Wing and may be reached from the South Entrance off Congress Avenue. ft V I For J Lovely Neck it MAKING PLANS Temple Israel Sisterhood will hold a dinner and Auction Saturday at Schwartzberg Hall beginning; at 7 p.m. with cocktails and hors d'oeuvres. The "1969 Auction in '68" will follow the dinner. For information and reservations call Mrs. Norman Berman 833-4995. From left Mrs. Alfred Fink, Mrs. Eugene Kalnit-sky and Mrs. Jack Ackerman. Vows Said News: Of Clubs In Action 7 SKTION N APARTMENTS "A New Concept in Condominium Living" Singh Sliry-Ko ipslairs Highbon. Only 7 Apis. Mr ri. Wilkini inlmt ti Shopping Center I ThMtii. Club heiM, fool, lac. FociM. Cmroi Air Conditioning. City wattr and Sowtn. $1 1,490 ,'13,900 1 Um. loth I Idem. 1 lalh . . . lion Furnished Model Open AM- PM 235 MAIN BLVD. (S.W. 16th AVE.) BOYNTON BEACH Ph. 732-6632 Savt Driving Sponsored Tow Oi kit of Com co Mr. McHaw was graduated from Swain High School in 1967 and attended Asheville Bumcombee, Asheville, N.C. The Lake Park Garden Club will meet on Wednesday, at 10 a.m., in Friendship Hall of the Community Church, 501 Park Ave., Lake Park. The program will be "liquid embroidery," presented by Miss Jean Moss, those Interested in learning how to embroider with liquids should attend the meeting. A rummage sale will be held under the tree at 7 a.m. on Saturday, and a card party will be held on Thursday, Nov. 14, In Friendship Hall. The October choice of the month for the Lake Park Garden Club is the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony A. Gabriel, 326 Ilex Drive. Port St. Lucie Junior Women The Port St. Lucie Junior Woman's Club will hold an evening fashion show In the Woman's Club Building, S. 29th St., Fort Pierce, on Wednesday, at 8:30 p.m. The show will feature fashions from Rosslow's, Kennedy's Men Shop, and Denmark's. Master of ceremonies will be Miles Heckendom and providing entertainment will be Gary Schmidt and Mrs. Winston Brown. Dessert will be served. Tickets may be obtained from any member of the club. For information call Mrs. Richard Schaefer at 461-4305. or Mrs. Richard Schmidt al 464-4946. Mrs. Chuck Johnson Is chairman with Mrs. William Cooper serving as co-chairman. Ladies Golf Association The Lake Worth Ladles Golf SAVING IS HABIT FORMING! S3 ( I .L i A i .v Mr. Schutz, Miss McDonnell The wedding of Miss Madeleine Marie McDonnell of Richmond, Va. to George A. Schutz of Lake Worth took place In Jacksonville on September 13th. Both are doing graduate work at Florida State University. Mrs. Schutz Is the daughter of Mr. Frank McDonnell of Richmond and Mr. Schutz is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schutz of Lake Worth. t 11 M J 1 .11 1 L J.l .1 Have fun. ..make friends... SPECIAL OFFER! Wit- Mr. McHaw, Miss Whitehurst Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Hooker announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Arlene Whitehurst, to Robert Dean McHaw, son of Mr. and Mrs.i Glen McHaw of Whittier, N.C. The wedding took place Sun-, day, Oct. 6, at 2 p.m., In thd Central Baptist Church. The bride was graduated from Okeechobee High School in 1967 and attended Patricia Stevens Career College in Tampa. Feed Less HOUSTON, Tex. (WMNS) Proud mamas may overfeed their babies and start them on the road to heart disease. This warning was sounded at a recent medical meeting by Dr. James K. Alexander, professor of medicine at Baylor University College of Medicine, Houston. The physician noted that mothers have a tendency to equate a child's plumpness with blooming good health when the fact is that the overweight youngster often becomes the obese adult. Obesity causes many physical problems, not the least of which Is heart trouble. Dr. Alexander agreed with other experts that good nutritional habits begun early bring a lifetime dividend of better health. Hem lllision A sheer lace or chiffon dress Is hard to shorten. You can get the effect and bring it thoroughly up to date by shortening the under slip. This Is a new fashion, called the Illusion hemline. ,f " . iv Job well done. Recipients of badges are (from left) Mrs. Carey Kilpat-rick, Mrs. Harry Hassel, Mrs. Earl Marsh, and Mrs. Tom Johnson. SAYING THANKS - At the semiannual Palm Glades Girl Scout council meeting, president, Mrs. Roy Rood (far right) awards "thanks badges" to leaders for a You will be amazed how the appearance of your neck will improve by this simple toning method. First pat lemon Jelvyn skin freshener over the neck to clear away all traces of sallowness and dullness. Then smooth on a film of your moist oil of Olay. The toning, fairing qualities of the beauty lemons and the smoothing effect of the tropical moist oil will soon make your neck one of your finest features. It will give the skin that becoming dewy look and will protect against wrinkle dryness. ...Margaret Merril IIMJ become 201 Clematis St. W.P.I. 833-4432 i a new you. Attend FREE gala socials and mixers. Call today. At Wit's End Ladies, Here's Your Gal! AJUiirray I FftANCHISED STUDIO . . . and especially when you start a savings account at Peoples Federal! As the months go by and your balance goes up . . . and as the dividends (5' on savings certificates 4'i on Passbook savings) increase it even more , . . you'll find it's mighty hard to break the savings habit. So our advice is: Don't start with us unless you don't mind keeping it up. Your mother. Who REALLY handles the money In your family? Your mother. If the Good Fairy gave you one great wish to come true who would benefit from such a dream? Your mother. "Pay your mother back for all the washing, Ironing, crying and lying she has done for you. Put a parent In the While House." When Shopping Use P-T Classified 1 1 By ERMA BOM BECK This is a strange election year. The President was the only one In the country who wanted to be drafted. The peace crusaders nearly wrecked Chicago and two little known vice presidential nominees have made the names of Furlln Huskie and Spiral Egg-nogg household words. People are confused. Can Nixon make the streets safe? Can Humphrey make the White House safe? Can Wallace make the ballots? Can Pat Paulsen make the weight? It was almost refreshing to receive In the mall a letter from Yetta Bronsteln, a housewife who ran for President in W64 and Is trying again In 1968. (How soon we forget greatness.) Yetta Is running on The Best Party ticket for such things as stronger government, floridatlon, better government, national bingo and sex education. (Don't knock It unless you've tried It.) Her platform is a strong one. What this country needs Is a pot for every mother ... a mother for every pot. She says there will be no more stealing, cheating or arguing among government officials. If they want to insult one another, they will be enlisted In the Army, Navy or Marines. Her first act as president will be to disband the United States Post Office. Instead she will breed ten million pigeons and train them to carry microfilm to replace conventional mall. (At this moment she Is breeding pigeons by the hundreds In Central Park with a new bird food sex stimulant that prevents birth control.) She will also eliminate zip code. In a test, she mailed two Identical letters at the General Post Office. The one with zip code took 39 hours for delivery; the one without zip code took only 26 hours. In her appeal to youth, Yetta asks, "Who Is the only person In your life you trust? CJ. A. h1 M&M&Xii. A IN 3J4 YEARS ,3 YOUR STATE ATTORNEY, TOM JOHNSON HAS A PERFECT RECORD WHILE SERVING YOU AS STATE ATTORNEY IN PALM BEACH COUNTY. EFFECTIVE AND EFFICIENT, TOM JOHNSON KNOWS HOW TO "GET TOUGH" WITH THOSE THAT BREAK THE LAW. RETURN TOM JOHNSON AS YOUR STATE ATTORNEY I Pd. Fol. Adv. by Compoign Trxn. -ELECT- '"N THE AMAZING SWISS ARMY KNIFEFILESCREWDRIVERCANOPENERREAMER That hunterfishercamper you know would love one. Three sizes, each with more "goodies" than the last. A. $9 B. $11.95 C. $19.95 Jacobs JEWELERS SINCE 1B90 PALM BEACH MAIL Ph. 683-7473 jo in Orlando ni Jacksonville Judge of North Palm Beach REPUBLICAN Florida Prosecutors Association Municipal Judges Association National Assoc. of Chiefs of Police National District Attorney's Assoc. VP. Kol. Adv. Chief Assistant Prosecuting Attorney of Palm Beach County Co-Chiinnaa Criminal Court Advisory Committee ifrrjuilhMi.ljIji iftfr" fi Tl "rim

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