The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 6, 1968 · Page 14
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 14

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14 Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 6, 1968 Travel, But Don't Pack Couples Exchange Vows Miguel Aleman. The Acapuico Look, male gender, will travel tar this year. Shirts of Oriental length and narrowness over skinny pants or narrow knee length shorts combine bold cotton prints with the solid background color. It's always a dark color or black with white. A man in one of those shortsleeved psychedelic print shirts and bright colored slacks will feel like a yokel. "Resort fashions have changed much more than city clothes," said Louis Royer. "Men generally have given up the old conformity Idea to look smart and decorative. And I don't mean hippie and Royer designs for both sexes began soon after he came to Mexico from Hollywood 18 years ago, originally as a cos- -tume designer for the Mexican ' ballet. Actors Kirk Douglas and George Hamilton, food tycoon J. Henry Heinz III, importer John Anderson, Australian press lord Sir Frank Packer, motor king Henry Ford II and Diner's Club's Alfred Bloomingdale are among Royer clients who helped spread his eyelet embroidered shirts and colored velvet espa-drilles around the world. All the wives own Rover's long, ruffled and sashed, white organdy wraparound over shorts or a see-through jump suit and his short white tucked cotton dress with a "porthole" Ray Kerce, brother-in-law of the bride, was best man. Ushers Included Glen Shellhamer, Mike McCaffrey, Dale Martin, Richard Patrekus, Bill Graham and John Doulte. A reception was held at the fellowship hall following the ceremony. The couple is on a wedding trip to North Carolina and will reside after Nov. 10 at 207 S. "F" St., Lake Worth. Mr. Roman, Miss Paarup CONCORD, Calif. The First Presbyterian Church here was the setting Oct. 13 for the wedding of Miss Monica Marie Paarup and Wayne Robert Ro- By ELEANOR LAMBERT ACAPULCO, Mexico - A woman has to be crazy to let her husband pack a suitcase for a vacation these days. Too much has happened to men's fashions to make anything but empty luggage feasible. As the yachting Olympics ended here, the international crews of handsome, sunbronz-ed gents made the men's shops look like the glorified height of the tourist season. Yachtsmen from Australia, France, Norway, Sweden and the Netherlands (Prince Bern-hard among them) jammed the open-front tailoring shops along Hidalgo Street and the more exclusive Jaime's and Louis Rover's on the Costera c RPr.Mnling Mr. Rothell, Miss Tibbs Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Tibbs Jr. of 827 W. Ocean Ave., Lan-tana, announce the marriage ef their daughter. Miss Cynthia Sue Tibbs, to Lawrence Roy Rothell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Winfred L. Rothell, 1418 High Ridge Road, Lake Worth. The couple exchanged vows at the First Baptist Church of Lake Worth on Nov. 3 at 3 p.m. with the Rev. J.C. Walters Jr. officiating. Mr. Tibbs escorted his daughter to the altar. She chose a formal, A line gown of ivory satin. The short sleeved, fitted bodice was of re-embroidered Alencon lace embellish AND WIG ed with seed pearls and crystal beads. The cathedral-length train was attached at the waist and was edged in the same lace. Her elbow-length veil of illusion fell from a cluster of illusion leaves accented with seed pearls. Mrs. Ray Kerce, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore an A line gown of willow green chiffon over crepe with scooped neckline and shortsleeves. Satin bows and covered buttons adorned the back of the dress. Also in attendance were Lisa Seaquist, Kathy McCaffrey, June Valliere, Wanda Barnett, Connie Stafford and Terry McDonald. They all wore gowns identical to the matron of honor. BOUTIQUE man. Dr. Robert Christensen officiated at the 2 p.m. double-ring ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Niels Vagn Paarup of Concord. Mr. Roman Is the son of Mr. Ted Roman of Daytona Beach, Fla. and Mrs. Terry Roman of Miami. Given In marriage by her father, the bride chose a floor-length gown of silk faille accented with Venlse lace. The dress featured a stand up collar, long sleeves and a wat-teau train. Her chapel-length veil was held by a Dior bow which was embellished with baby pearls. Mrs. Carol Ann Willert of Walnut Creek and San Francisco, Calif, was matron of honor. She wore a lace trimmed blouse topping a straight, floor-length skirt of brocade green satin. Also attending the bride in gowns identical to the matron of honor were Mrs. Don Groves of Oakland and Mrs. Sally Gould of San Jose. Chrystal Faith Sanzo, cousin of the bride, was flower girl. She wore a floor-length gown of green satin brocade topped with a white lace blouse and an overlay of white chantilly lace. Her caplet of lace was accented with daisy trim. Conlin.ntal Custom Tailor, of Hong !5w MRS. ROTHELL Ted Roman of Westfield, N. J., served his brother as best man. Ushers Included the bride's brother, David Paak-up, of Concord and Eric Augustine of Seattle, Wash. A reception was held at Concord Inn's Garden Room. Following a wedding trip down the California Coast the couple will return to Hawaii where both work as professional models. The bridegroom is a graduate of Palm Beach Junior College where he was a member of TKL fraternity and attended the University of Miami and the University of Hawaii. ANNA MILLER CIRCLE 1252 at the Elks Home 8 p.m. TOASTMASTERS INTERNATIONAL Gold Coast Club, 2727 Marina Inn, 7 p.m. . oUoS . 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Till 2 pm at 8) n delicately adorned imported fine china service for eight! h mm GI Thanks ALICANTE, Spain (WNS) When waitress Paca Gomez receives a generous tip from American tourists at the Tango restaurant here, she thanks them with an exclamation. "Hugs and kisses, you're my baby!" A GI on furlough taught her the phrase and told her it means, "Thank you very much." Now that Senorita Gomez has learned what the phrase really means, she still uses it. "It make customers laugh and feel happy, which is important these days," she explained. florentine 9600 10-9:30 THURSDAY, NOV. 7 SALVATION ARMY WOMEN'S HOME LEAGUES at West Gate Community Center, 10 a.m.; at the Citadel 500 So. Dixie, 7:30 p.m. UNITED COMMERCIAL TRAVELERS Ladies Auxiliary at the UCT Lodge Canal Road 8,7 p.m. FRIENDSHIP CIRCLE co-sponsored by B'nai B'rith Women and the Jewish Federation of Palm Beach County, Schwartzberg Hall, Temple Israel, lp.m. ROAD RUNNERS CLUB SQUARE DANCE Remuda Hall 2389 So. Military Trail 8 to 10:30 p.m. DELRAY FAMILY AL-ANON GROUP 51 No. E. 5th St reet Delray Beach , 8 : 3P p. m. CIVIL AIR PATROL Palm Beach Cadet Squadron TBIA Bldg. s-1175,7p.m. WEIGHT WATCHERS of Palm Beach County, Inc. Bonanza Steak House 1029 No. Congress Avenue, Palm Springs, 9:30 a.m.; 2662 Sunrise Bldg. Palm Beach 9 a.m.; University Bowling Lanes, Boca Raton, 9:30 a.m. Richards Dept. Store Charm School, Palm Beach Mall 7:30 p.m.; Bonanza Steak House, 1029 No. Congress Avenue, Palm Springs, 7:30 p.m. office 3733 S. Dixie 7:30 p.m., First Federal Savings and Loan Boca Raton, 7:30 p.m. AMBASSADORS BIBLE CLASS 805 Anchorage Drive North Palm Beach, 10 a.m. CIVIL AIR PATROL Lanta-na Lake Worth, Senior Squadron, Lantana Airport, 8 p.m. PRIVATE DUTY SECTION OF FLORIDA NURSES ASSOCIATION at the Health and Welfare Dept. 826 Evernla Street, 8 p.m. PALM BEACH COUNCIL 12, Daughters of America at the CDA Hall 537 Pine Terrace, 8 p.m. LAKE WORTH CHAPTER OES III, at the Masonic Temple Lake Worth, 8 p.m. LADIES AUXILIARY OF REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH at Parish Hall, 10 a.m. ZONTA CLUB dinner at Stouffer Restaurant, Downtown Holiday Inn, 6:30 p.m. PYTHIAN SISTERS FIDELITY TEMPLE 44 at the IOOF Hall, 410 Datura Street, 8 p.m. PALM SPRINGS GARDEN CLUB at the Village Hall, 226 Cypress Lane, Palm Springs, 8 p.m. AUXILIARY AND BARRACKS 507 members of Veterans of WWI business meeting United Spanish War Veterans Home 875 Okeechobee Road, 2 p.m. NAVY MOTHERS CLUB 742 at Currie Park, Clubhouse 8 p.m. Miss Erin To Speak Delray Beach-The Delray Woman's Club has scheduled a talk by Miss Miriam F. Erin, executive director of the Visiting Homemaker Service of Palm Beach, Inc., for Its monthly covered dish luncheon at the club house on Nov. 13. In charge of arrangements for the monthly luncheon meeting are Mrs. Edwin Steidel, Mrs. J.R. Kiel and Mrs. Frank Wright. V X . Cv , ' '& , VlX'h rtluk IB rti I regularly 49.99 ' ' Spectacular savings on fine china with fi'fy a elegant platinum banding. ..all completely f ,:', oven and dishwasher safe. 55 piece set l consists of 8 each: dinner plates, bread Vj f j V j and butters, soup plates, fruit saucers, y I f I saucers; 10 cups, 1 platter, 1 vegetable l.jftV V' bowl, 1 covered sugar, 1 creamer. .v J Florentine: white on white. Clarice: blue V i. tn& P'nk- Antoinette: grey and white. V ':,TV' Roberta : olive and yellow. Florentine and Vn Antoinette also available in service for 12, Kzr-Lrj) regularly 99.99 65.00 Richards China, Palm Beach Mall. c'ar'ce Pleas allow 2 weeki for delivery. mmmm roberta With MiXh... 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