The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 7, 1968 · Page 14
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 14

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Thursday, November 7, 1968
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B2 Palm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 7, 1968 These Couples Exchange Vows What's I ir L Mr. Richardson, MissLind PACIFIC PALISADE, Calif. The Lutheran Church of the Palisades was the setting for the Oct. 27, 4 p.m. ceremony which joined In marriage Miss Janice Leinani Lind and Jerry Edwin Richardson. Pastor Mons A. Telg officiated. Mrs. Richardson Is the daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Llnd of Pacific Palisades and Arthur Paul Llnd of South Pasadena. Mr. Richardson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Stafford Richardson of Delray Beach, Fla. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a straight, floor-length gown of white heavy satin with lace appliques covering the bodice and extending to the wrist-point sleeves. Her full-length train was embroidered with roses. A high pearl crowi held her ( layered, shoulder-length veU. Miss Valerie Christine Wilding of Los Angeles was maid of honor. She wore a floor-length gown of orange crepe with a chiffon overlay. Mrs. Michael Aaronson of San Francisco was matron of honor. Mrs. George Martin of Corona Del Mar was bridesmaid. Both wore gowns Identical to the maid of honor. Serving as Mr. Richardson's best man was Ralph Huar of Los Angeles. Dr. Michael Aaronson and Edward Gendason, both of San Francisco and Charles Meeker III of Los Angeles were ushers. A reception was held at the Tahitlan Terrace Clubhouse In Pacific Palisades following the ceremony. The couple honeymooned in 0 new? Nancy j Cotton is coming to 1S0. Florida. SHIFT 5.88 7.88 - '9.88 41.88 AND IP Lab Worth 911 N. Dili. hW DRESSES MR. AND MRS. OTTO of the skirt A fingertip veil of illusion fell from her scalloped lace crown. Mrs. Frederick Coleman Booth of Birmingham, Mich., the bride's godmother, was matron of honor. Also attending the bride were Miss Rosemary Otto, sister of the groom, and Miss Susan Cole of 1191 N. Lake Trail, Palm Beach. They wore Identical floor length dresses in white with self ruffle at the neckline and sleeves. Acting as best man was Norman T. Beardsley, 902 La Jol-la, Sun City Center. Ushers Included Barrie Johnson, of 435 Seminole Drive, Lantana, and Thomas B. Klemann of 1010 Hibiscus Lane, Delray, brother of the bride. A reception was held at the home of the bride following the ceremony. The couple Is residing at 348 W S. Ocean Blvd., Delray Beach. Mr. Hambright, Miss Pierri Mr. and Mrs. William Ry-mer Hambright are at home 1228 18th Ave. North, Apt. 3. Lake Worth, after a wedding trip through central Florida following their wedding at the First Christian Church of West Palm Beach. Mrs. Hambright is the former Miss Gloria Pierri, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo-poldo Pierri of 3648 Elizabeth St., Lake Worth. Mr. Hambright is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Hambright of 117 N. Neva Drive. The Rev. E. H. Eppling officiated at the 8 p.m. ceremony Oct. 25 with Mrs. Barbara Baker and Ronald Cherry attending the bride and bridegroom. NOW SELLING Household Effects Of a Boca Raton Home Temple Israel Library Reaches The Readers 1 Arthur 01 615 E. Atlantic Avenue Delray Beach THURSDAY FRIDAY - SATURDAY 8:00 P.M. INSPECTION shelves filled with books representing an in-depth study of Judaism and Jewish life in America and things of value which emanate from the Jewish tradition more than double. On the newly formed county library board which seeks to keep libraries in the area informed of the contents of each other's catalogues, Mrs. Levlton Is in an excellent position to further the Interests of the library. "I feel we have long served as a community service library for college students and churches interested in comparative religion, and for Sunday school classes studying the origins of Christianity! Many winter visitors find hours of entertainment here." Writers included in the collection are those who represent Jewish thinking, such as J. D. Salinger and Leon Urls. Next month Mrs. Leviton and Mrs. Altman will go to Israel in search of contemporary Israeli writers. laudordalo - 2450 L Commercial llva1 loci Rot mi - 493 N.E. 20th St. St. Armands Kty Sarasota ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Clubs In Action Yosemite National Park and are residing in San Francisco. Mr. Richardson was graduated from Seacrest High School In Delray Beach where he was valedictorian, president of the student council and a member of the varsity baseball and football teams. He was graduated with honors from Princeton University with an AB degree. He did graduate work in psychology at Columbia University Teachers College and will receive an M. A. degree in English literature from San Francisco State College In June, 1969. He is a member of the Ivy Club, fraternal organization of Princeton University. In ONLY! 1 AM til 9:30 PM thru SA TURD A Y A Mi M 1 tfc-V . . . 11 1 I i. re m - - m if m In Ft. In and Mr. Otto, Miss Klemann Miss Catherine Crapo Klemann became the bride of George Norman Otto in a 5 p.m. ceremony Friday, Nov. 1, at St. Joseph's Episcopal Church. Dr. Hunsdon Cary of Bethesda-by-the-Sea Church officiated. Mrs. Otto is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byron Klemann of 1010 Hibiscus Lane, Delray Beach. Mr. Otto is the son of Mrs. Wood Otto of 316 N. "M" St.. Lake Worth and the late Mr. Friedrich Otto. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a full length gown of re-embroidered lace over satin. The fitted bodice featured a lace ruffled neckline and wrist with the lace motif carried on the hem Because of this trip to Israel, the tenth anniversary celebration will be held this month, rather than next. The two part event will begin Friday with a skit, "A JL Is a What?", written by Mrs. Leviton and Mrs. Altman and directed by Mrs. Stanley Brenner. On Sunday morning there will be a breakfast at 9:30 a.m. and at 10 a talk by Dr. Louis I. Schwartzman, director of Jewish Education of Greater Miami, on "Books and Their Influence". At 11:30 open house in the library will be highlighted by a one-man art show displaying the works of William Silvian, a retired person who has succeeded in making his life meaningful and creative. Ensconced in the lovely well-kept library, Mrs. Leviton and Mrs. Altman are sure to witness the passage of many more anniversary celebrations. Today visit to the Veterans' Hospital In Miami on Nov. 10, to distribute comfort articles. Members needing transportation are asked to inquire at the VFW Post Home. Mrs. Edith Ketchum, third district president of the MOC Auxiliaries, will make her official visitation at this meeting. Refreshments will be served. Gladioli Court Amaranth Order Gladioli Court No. 14, Order of the Amaranth, will observe Friend's Night at their meeting today at the Delray Beach Masonic Temple at 8 p.m. Charity Circle members will hold a rummage sale In the recreation room of the Temple Friday and Saturday. Proceeds will be used for Court projects, which includes Sun-land Training Centers all over the state. Sale starts at 9 a.m. Plans are being made for the official visit, December 5th of the grand royal matron, Mrs. George Rines of West Palm Beach; and the grand royal patron Milford P. Wool-slare of Fountain, Fla. Tip To Charm The new place to wear a dangle of gold charms of a big jewelled medallion is at the end of a chain belt. You might even add a Dair of silk tassels. 7 SKIION H APARTMENTS "A New Concept in Condominium Living" SMtd Slwj-fc tjilwt nifhWi. 0a 7 kfh. tu rt. Watkixf ! ft (tiltf I TkMlW. a-m, fmt, be FadMa. Cmt Air '11,430 I Um. kit J1 3,900 ittw.-lklt...hi Furnished Model Ope 9 AIM PM 235 MAIN BLVD. (S.W. 16rii AVE.) BOYNTON BEACH Ph. 732-6632 A x 10 to 4 DAILY THRU xv amesr 0 SALES NIGHTLY SATURDAY OPEN 10 MONDA Y The Temple Israel Library probably has the largest circulation of any temple library in the country. Two people to whom a large part of the credit must go are Mrs; Lawrence Levlton and Mrs. B. A. Alt-man, both dedicated volunteer workers who were the brains behind organizing the library ten years ago, and have since made it a model of its type. What is the secret of this community service library? What is its appeal to the average reader? Close to the heart of the matter, Mrs. Levlton contributed, "We wanted to create a library which would be current and contemporary and would reach out to interest people. So many temple libraries are just books on shelves, but we wanted ours to come to life, to be really meaningful for readers." Phenomenally successful In their efforts, in the ten years of the library's existence the two women have watched Seasiders ' A Thanksgiving buffet lun- cheon will be served to the Seasiders of Palm Beach Shores on Thursday, In the French Room of the Colonnad- & WIG BOUTIQUE LIMITED TIME ONLY FALLS-WIGLETS-WIGS NOW AT PRE SEASON PRICES. AND . . . IET US RECONDITION THOSE TIRED ONESI 832-7579 137 BRADLEY PI. X f M Opn Thru 10 to Slane Luncheon es Beach Hotel. The garden and beautlfica- tkn group will sponsor the program. Mrs. Edmund Berry, chairman, will present Mrs. Elizabeth Pummill of Markham Florist, who will demonstrate flower arranging. D.A.R. The Rev. Douglas H. Smith, Boy n Ion Beach, will address the Jonathan Dickinson chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution on Friday, at 2 p.m., in the home of Mrs. James B. Dunn, Delray Beach. Her co-hostesses will be Mrs. C. C. Van Blarcum, Boynton Beach, and Mrs. William G. Potter, Delray Beach. Members are asked!- bring used clothing, toys and household Items to be sent to DAR schools in Alabama and Georgia for resale. Proceeds will be used for maintenance of the schools. MOC Auxiliary The MOC Auxiliary to Pup Tent 16, will hold meet Friday at 8 p.m., in the VFW Post Home, 1126 Clare Ave. Plans will be discussed for a the specially sized, especially pretty "insiders" a pink-based abstract print on nylon tricot. Tbe "specially sized" includes proportioned Monntkt tnvttrnnm rtr thnrtl o- and waists, from. 32 to 46 for the lace-trimmed half slip, For the matching briefs, it includes full figured sizes from sizes 8 to 12 $3 Casual winter jackets reduced! REG.M6 GREAT SAVINGS NOW on the GREATEST JACKET LOOKS OF THE YEAR! Come see this exciting collection of wide-rib cotton corduroys! Snappy zip and button front styles! Many laminated to polyurethane or polyester foam with acetate lining. Greater shape retention, no-allergic and mildew proof. 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