The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 6, 1968 · Page 15
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 15

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Wednesday, November 6, 1968
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Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 6, 196815 Lines From Lake Worth AndLantana Poppy Day Proclaimed To Begin Friday Charles Wirth and Ladies Auxiliary chairman Mrs. Rabe Lewis have prepared their groups to distribute and sell the largest number of poppies that the Lake Worth Post has ever ordered. Mr. Wirth and Mrs. Lewis will have their representatives selling poppies early on Friday and Saturday mornings, November 8th and 9th. VFW3588 Proclamations have been signed by Mayor Robert C. Johnson of Lake Worth and Mayor Charles Brown of Lan tana decreeing November 8th and 9th as Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3588 Buddy Poppy Days in their areas. Post 3588 Poppy chairman Guest speaker will be the Rev. G. Hunter Norwood who will talk on South American Indians. Music will be provided by students of Palm Beach Junior College. Hostesses for the day will be Mrs. Emll Drake and her committee. Representing the chapter at the district VIII meeting of the Florida State Society, DAR, at the Sheraton Hotel, Fort Lauderdale Thursday will be: Mrs. Chester Tasker, regent, Mrs. George Stanley, Mrs. Ralph Schlelch, Miss Vera Norton, Mrs. Frederick Sperr, Mrs. Walter Johnson, Mrs. John M. Pratt and Mrs. Ry-land H. Hewitt. presented by Mrs. Joe Ken-ney, and Is entitled "Poetry." The president, Mrs. Cliff Shef-fey, will conduct the Ritual of Jewels for the following: Mrs. Charles Carlton, Mrs. Clifford Del Santo, Mrs. Emerson Fi-zer, Mrs. George Irwun, Mrs. Lester Kimberly, Mrs. Wayne Kuga, Mrs. Donn McVey and Mrs. John Szolscek. DAR Garcllaso de la Vega Chapter, DAR, will hold the November meeting at the Woman's Club of Lake Worth, 20 South Federal Highway, Saturday at 2 p.m. & WIG BOUTIQUE LIMITED TIME ONLY FALLS-WICLETS-WIGS NOW AT PRE SEASON PRICES. AND ... LET US RECONDITION THOSE TIRED ONES! 832-7579 137 BRADLEY PI. Not to be outdone, the Junior Girls Unit will also participate as will the Military Order of the Cootie 00 Pup Tent 15, the honor organization of the VFW attached to Post 3588. Post 3588 regularly supports many community and youth activity programs. This is the only time of the year that the public is solicited for funds. Disabled and handicapped veterans make these poppies, and the income derived from their sale is used for almost all of their support. Sacred Heart Rummage Sale The annual rummage sale of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Lake Worth, will be held in Madonna Hall, 5th and North Federal, Nov. 8th and 9th from 9 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sorosis Sorosls of Lake Worth will meet today at 2:30 p.m. In the Humanities Building at Palm Beach Junior College. A musical program will be presented to the members. Miss Letha Royce, music director of the college, and Mrs. D. E. Royce will be hostesses. Women's Fellowship The Women's Fellowship of the Congregational Church, United Church of Christ will hold their monthly meeting Thursday with a tea served by the Puritan Guild members. Mrs. Guy Allisore will dedicate the thank offering. Mrs. M. V. MacKinnon, program chairman announces "Operation Concern" a program by Rev. Mr. Linford C. Wilcox who makes the migrant problems his problems. Lveryone is welcome to Zeta Omicron Zeta Omicron chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will meet Thursday, at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Wally Ferguson, 2475 Lucerne Ave., Lake Worth. The program will be Church Women Area II of Church Women United will have a sandwich luncheon meeting Friday, at United Methodist Church, 625 NE 2nd Avenue. Boca Raton, according to Mrs. Franklin Fales, president of the organization's Lake Worth unit. Registration will be at 9:30 a.m. with the program at 10, says Mrs. Fales. Guest speaker will be Mrs. Maxie B. Lowe, first vice-president of Church Women United of Florida. Women of all denominations are Invited to attend. Those wishing to participate in a car pool, says Mrs. Fales, should contact Mrs. Robert Bell, 965-6667 to make arrangements. AT LAST!... the first sanitary napkin you can flush and forget! Scandinavian Foundation Pi Phi's Card Party On Tap This Thursday the bulk. Flite is designed with second-nature shape and softness so protection stays with you, no matter how active you are. Try new Flite, the flush it and forget it sanitary napkin! Now-new flushable Flite'M is here. The first sanitary napkin guaranteed safe to flush! Flite has earned the Good Housekeeping puaranty Seal. Flite is the one and only napkin that flushes away safely, neatly... completely. No more embarrassment when you have to get rid of a used sanitary napkin. And flushability isn't all you'll like better ! Flite's outer covering is silkier, nicer next to you. And it's super-absorbent, too. Just as absorbent as super-size napkins but without for thousands of Appalachian hill people. As a service to this region and its people, Pi Beta Phi seeks to preserve the original talents of craftsmen , Area Pi Phis and their guests may reserve tables for the benefit by contacting Mrs. John Law or Mrs. Howard L. Johnson Jr. The American-Scandinavian Foundation will have their first meeting for the season Friday, at 7:30 p.m. at the Lake Worth Woman's Club, 20 South Federal. Pictures from Scandinavia will be shown and refreshments will be served. Guests are welcome. The Foundation will again give scholarships to qualified students at the Palm Beach Junior College. The students must be sophomores and of Scandinavian or partly Scandinavian extraction. Students who are interested may apply at the college or to the Foundation president, Thor Soder-holm at 582-5193. 'Good Housekeeping '-t Guiioim V C'''I)MIUC io The Pi Beta Alumnae Club announces a benefit card party and arrowcraft sale on Thursday, in the Community Room of the First Federal Savings and Loan Association. Proceeds go to the sorority's national charities and its province chapters. On display at the event will be samples of crafts from the PI Beta Phi Settlement School In Gatlinburg, Tenn. Known as the Arrow in the Smokies, this school provides educational and vocational opportunities Children's Letters To God INCHES OFF! I 8.95 NOV. ONLY now mimm Cafe Take inches off hips, fanny, and thighs with firming satin panels! Take away tummy with satin insert! Take away bulges with hidden garters! Best of all, take off $1 during this sale offer. Take home the greatest girdle buy in town! White: S. M, L, XL. 916. Reg. 9.95. Foundations CONTINUING ALL THIS WEEK SPECTACULAR SAVINGS IN ALL THREE STORES PALM COAST PLAZA . . . DOWNTOWN . . . 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