The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 9, 1968 · Page 9
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 9

West Palm Beach, Florida
Issue Date:
Saturday, November 9, 1968
Page 9
Start Free Trial

Page 9 article text (OCR)

Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, Nov. 9, 1968 9 Students Who Tarry Are Shown Gangplank News Of Clubs IN Action Flower Film BELLE GLADE - A film describing six basic flower arrangements. "Of Line and Flowers," will be shown In the multi-purpose room of the Municipal Library at 8 p.m., Tuesday, N ov. 12. Sponsoring the motion picture are members of the Sigma Eta fine arts sorority, Inc., according to Mrs. Lois Payne Edwards, librarian. For the next two weeks, 30 paintings by Miss Jessie Frecling, a iocal artist and music instructor, will be on display in the main library. Mrs. Edwards said the motion picture on flower arrangements will be in color. It will run 45 minutes. Plans are being made to celebrate national children's book week, beginning Nov. 17, with several events scheduled for the young members of the area. B.&P.W.Club Boca Raton ""Democracy Speaks through Business and Professional Women" and will speak through Evelyn Shea, first vice-president, at this meeting. The Boca Raton Business and Professional Women are hostess to the District 10 Clubs of the Florida Federation of Business and Professional Women, Sunday, at Rizzo's Restaurant, North Federal Highway. Registration begins at9:30a.m. Following a workshop and business meeting, the group will have luncheon at 12:30 p.m. Miss Annis Wilkerson of Hollywood Is director of district 10. Under the sponsorship of the Boca Raton Business and Professional Women's Club, The League of Women's Voters, who are cooperating with the club, will present "The China Puzzle." Mrs. William A. .Wage, Del ray Beach, will be in . harge of the program. The next meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Club will be held on Monday at 8:00 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Thomas Jamison, 1305 N.E. 5th Ave., Boca Raton Boca Raton Juniors BOCA RATON "The" Formative Years" is the topic, of a panel discussion, sponsored by the Home Life DoV partment of the Junior Woman's Club of Boca Raton, Nov. 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the First United Methodist Church Hall. The panel consists of Dr, ; Rudolph Frei, moderator: De--tective Richard Janes, Dr.-Dorothy Savageand, and Rev' Clark Reed. . Members of the Home Life Department will be selling candy on Nov. 16th at the Pu-; blix 5th Ave. Store and Kwik -Chek store, Camino Shopping!-Center. Proceeds will benefit ; the Welfare Council. . ' In view of the number of advanced tickets sold and the Interest shown, the three-dav stage performance of the 1 Club's Boca-on Stage has been termed a "tremendous success" by Mrs. David Kennedy, publicity chairman of the club. Theme of the stage performance, which is being held at the Boca Raton Auditorium beginning at 8 p.m. is "Holiday Time." Dance and musical routines depicting main holidays of the year are being presented. VFW Auxiliary Donald A. Ross Post Be a buddy, buy a poppy! The Ladies Auxiliary to the Donald A. Ross Post 9610, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will assist the post in conducting the "Buddy" Poppy sale on Veterans' Day, Monday, In the business section of Lake Park. Proceeds from the poppies made by hospitalized veterans go to needy veterans and their families, and to conduct local welfare programs. On Sunday the group will attend the 9:45 a.m. services at the Congregational Community Church, Park Avenue, Lake Park. Coffee and doughnuts will be served at the post home following services. Mrs. F. R. Klska, chairman, reports she is still collecting hand made articles for the Christmas bazaar scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 16, at the post home, from 2 to 5 p.m. Refreshments will be served by Mrs. John Scot ten. The auxiliary will purchase an American flag for the new addition to the Inter-City First Aid Squad headquarters. They will also present the squad with a check for $25. Ladies will decorate a Christmas tree for the Southeast Tuberculosis Hospital in Lantana. They will also enter a float in the Christmas in Dixie Parade on Sunday, Dec. 15. Garden Allamanda Circle: Meets Nov. 11, Hostess: Mrs. Claude Moore, 229 Onondaga Rd. Halm Beach. Speakers: Mrs. E. Leonard Renlre and Mrs. Forrest C. Fay Bazaar Work ' Shop 10 a.m. Azalea Circle; Will meet at 9:45 a.m. at the First Federal Savings, 300 Southern Blvd. Mrs. Walker (iraham, of Lake Worlh, will present, "(iardens Around the World." Highlight ol this meeting will be the tabulation of items for the Christmas bazaar, Nov. 21, 22, 2.'i at Ihe Garden Center, Dreher Park, W. Palm Beach. The Circle contributions will feature sleigh and reindeer hand made sets, wall plaques, Christmas tree ornaments, napkin rings, floral arrangements, stuffed toys and many others. Mrs. H. H. Price hostess. THE FINE ITALIAN HAND by Giorgio Belladonna, I'eiro Forquet and Itenito Curo.zo '"Stars of the Italian Itlue Team, line-lime World Champions" HOW TO HE W) 'I MF. M)UHSMVS II M) NORTH 4K 6 3 2 T A 10 6 4 A Q 8 5 4 . . . Amaryllis Circle: Meets Nov. U. Hostesses: Mrs. George MeCampbell, Mrs. Ralph Reddick. Speaker: Mrs. Charles V. Tosto: Subject: hanging gardens 9:30 a.m. Bougainvillca Circle; Will meet Nov, 11 with Mrs. Robert L. Ward, l:.'i() p.m. 3X1 Marlborough Road. Thanksgiving arrangements: Member participation. City of Hope The "Let's Make A Deal" television show has nothing on the local chapter of the City of Hope, and to prove the point Mrs. Henry Bogatin Jr., will entertain members with a novel program in the Bogatin home at 750 South Countv Road, Palm Beach, Monday at 1 p.m. A dessert luncheon meeting will precede the program. Members are asked to make their reservations for the dinner dance to be held at the Ramada Inn on Saturday, Nov. 23, at 6:30 p.m., with Mrs. Esther Caplan, 833-8035. Croton Circle; Garden Center, Dreher Park 9:15 a.m. Hostesses: Mrs. K. (jazoro-sian. Mrs. R. K. Broad; Speaker: Mrs. James .1. Kirwin: Subject: corsage instruction. Mi EST Q 8 5 V 962 Q985432 SCU would be saying things like, "Go back to your country and tell them what you've learned," or "Let them know we want peace in this country!", which is pretty good reasoning when you remember it's a Peace Scholarship. The P.E.O. Sisterhood is entirely self-supporting and besides Peace Scholarships, they maintain a liberal arts junior college in Nevada, Mo., of which they're right proud. Dedicated to education and philanthropy, the group holds a Reciprocity Dinner about three times a year to honor unaffiliates and new members and introduce them to the local chapters of the Reciprocity Council. This time the P.E.O. Reciprocity Council of the Palm Heaches will meet for a reciprocity dinner on Tuesday in Stouffer's Restaurant. The hospitality hour will begin at 6:150 p.m., with dinner at 7 p.m. Members, unaffiliates, and visiting P.E.O.'s in Ihe area are invited. Honored guests will be Mrs. K. R. Popham, Winter Haven; first vice-president of the Florida State chapter, P.E.O. Sisterhood of the Florida Slate chapter; and Mrs. E. D. Witte, Sarasota, second vice-president of the Florida State chapter, P.E.O. Sisterhood. Mrs. Popham and Mrs. Witte will be visiting local chapters at this time. Chapter CZ, Boca Raton, with Mrs. Hael Williams, president, and Mrs. Louise Sutton as reciprocity chairman, will be the hostess chapter. Mrs. Merle E. Smith, AZ, president of the Reciprocity Council of the Palm Beaches, will preside. Parents Without Partners, Inc. In the interest of partnerless parents, Parents Without Partners. Inc., will hold a cake sale in front of Publix Market on A1A and Lighthouse Drive, North Palm Beach today from 1(1 a.m. until all the goodies are gone. (Probably not much later, so hurry up and get there! . Infinite Way Lecture The editor of the Infinite Way monthly Letter and veteran of classes and lectures in the U.S., England, Holland, Sweden, Australia, and New Zealand, Miss Lorraine Sin-kler of Chicago, 111., will lecture on the Infinite Way Sunday at 3 p.m. in the Palm Beach Holiday Inn. The public is invited. Registration tor the closed class to be conducted by Miss Sinkler from Nov. 12 to lli, may be made with Mrs. Charles W. Allen, 702 N. Lakeside Dr., Lake Worth or at the Holiday Inn. Aquarium Society If fish of the deep mystify you, attend the next meeting of the Marine Aquaiium Society. A program of local fish in-dentilication, including color slides and movies, will highlight the Tuesday meeting of the Society to be held at 8 p.m. in the Fidelity Federal Savings and Loan Assoc., -ifith and Broadway. Refreshments are free, and the public is invited. Travelers Palm Harden Club Whatever it is, it's "as necessary as air, as right as rain, and as real as rocks" and C. Richard Tillis, director of the Pine Jog Conservation Center, will speak on it at the Tuesday meeting of the Travelers Palm Garden (Tub of Jupiter at 8 p.m. in the Salhaven Auditorium. Mr. Tillis who majored in biology, has a BS and a masters degree in science education from Florida State University and is associate member of Ihe Governor's Resource Use Education Commission. The meeting Is open to Ihe public and extra treats to be served after Ihe program. Cat issa Circle: With Mrs. W. T. Anderson, .21.! Vincent Rd. A Program entitled "Orchids for Christmas" will be presented by Mrs. Alfred Weeks. Mrs. Henry La Cagnina, bazaar chairman, will give a report on the circle's projects and final preparations will be discussed. Plans for the Christinas luncheon and gilt exchange will be discussed. 4 A 10 9 7 6 V KQJ875 3 6 East-West not vulnerable. Children's Letters To God THE ihmhm;: North Knst South West ID 2 C 2 H 6 C 6 H pass pass 7 C pass pass 7 H pass pass pass By PHYLLIS MC INTYRE SlaH Writer Some foreign students may come to this country on scholarships with the sneaky intention of selling up housekeeping permanently but any recipient of an International Peace Scholarship has already been set straight on that score, and were he so misguided as to try, would be promptly escorted to the nearest gangplank by a cortege of indignant P.E.O. Sisterhood members. He was required to have a return ticket before he arrived here. Harsh, perhaps, but motivated by only the most altruistic of intentions. As members of the Sisterhood wave good bve to such students thev Clubs RECOGNIZE HIM? Probably not but then you're not supposed to. Like any guest attending a costume partj he's well disguised for the American Benelux Club's second annual Mardi Gras Masquerade Ball to be held this evening at the Famous Restaurant in Lake Worth. All About Organic Gardening Members of the Mens Garden Club of the Palm Beaches just don't let the grass grow under their feet long without some interesting subjects. Do you know the whys and hows of organic gardening? Or anything about organic-grown fruits and vegetables? On Dec. 10th the club will hear three experts, Richard Ast, Jack Solomon and Dr. Juan Amon Wilkins on naturopathy. If you're interested in gardening, and possibly attending, call President Lee Swi-hart, 832-2794. On Nov. 12th the group will discuss pest control of ornamental plants with William Clements of Leesburg. The place, Mounts building, 531 Military Trail. Good Samaritan Auxiliary The fall meeting of the Auxiliary of Good Samaritan Hospital will be held on Monday, at 10 a.m., in the William A. Phillips Auditorium, located just west of the hospital. Summer activities will be discussed and the president will report on all current activities. Lady Diana Ewing, general chairman of the 14th annual Benefit Card Party and Tea, will report on Its progress. Tickets will be on sale. Mrs. Rhodan Y. McElroy, program chairman, has announced that Miss Jerry Jean Stambaugh will be guest speaker. Her topic will be "drug abuse: who, what, and why", a brief discussion of the drug abuse problem in Palm Beach County: who's involved, what they are using, and some of the reasons why. Time will be allowed for a question and answer period. Miss Stambaugh is chairman ot the materials committee of the Citizen's Committee on Drug Abuse in Palm Beach County. Members are expected to attend and guests are welcome. Lake Worth Juniors The Lake Worth Junior Woman's Club will hold Its monthly meeting Tuesday November 12 at 8:00 p.m. at the Woman's Club in Lake Worth. Program for Ihe evening will be "Conserving Native Foliage," with guest speaker C. Richard Tillis of the Pine Jog Nature Center narrating. Hostesses for this meeting are Mrs. Kenneth Kullmar, Mrs. Delano Moore and Mrs. James Picking. Soroptimist Club The Soroptimist Club of Lake Worth Lantana will celebrate the club's birthday by a dinner meeting at the Seminole Hotel on Tuesday, Nov. 12th al 7 p.m. Miss Letha Madge Royce will give a talk on the history of the club. DianthuH Circle: Meets Nov. 11. 10 a.m. Hostesses: Mrs. H. C. Campbell, Mrs. Ralph .1. Blanks Jr. Speaker: Mrs. M. S. Horner: Subject: "The Beauty and Joy of Hanging Baskets." Founders Circle: Meets Nov. 11. 1:30 p.m. Hostesses: Mrs. Ray Mars Simpson, Mrs. John F.. Toombs. Speaker: Mrs. Covington Riley: Program: The basis of flower arrangements." Gardenia Circle: Meets Nov. 11. 10 a.m. at 221 Lakeland Drive. Hostesses: Mrs. Marjie Reams, Elizabeth De Witt. Speaker: Theodore B. Jenson Beauty and design of our generation Disney World, Florida. DfAR Got. X T IN M CHW-REN'S Chi OR. . Mow YoU CA-W HEAR ut gveey suns A M AWN. Conference of - Woman's Clubs ST. PETERSBURG - The Happy Dolphin Inn will be the setting for the South East Council Conference of the General Federation of Woman's Clubs Monday through Wednesday. Attending from the Woman's Club of West Palm Beach will be Mrs. Vincent J. Welp, state president of the home life department, to be accompanied by Mrs. J.E. Withers, public relations chairman from district ten. Lake Worth Art League Color is the topic of the Lake Worth Art League's meeting Thursday Nov. 21 at 8 p.m. in the Lake Worth Civic Auditorium. Bob Moore will discuss Color. He has studied painting and drawing with William McDermott and life classes with Ray Simboli. He has been painting and drawing instructor at the Norton Gallery and School of Art from 10 and is the off-campus painting and drawing instructor for Florida Atlantic University. Parent Teacher League Our Savior Lutheran Parent Teacher League will meet Tuesday, Nov. 12th at 8 p.m. in the parish hall and the program for the evening will be a talk on "Drug Abuse" by Marvin Mounts, County Solicitor. Hadassah Rummage Sale Contributions as well as purchases will be appreciated at the rummage sale sponsored by the Palm Beach chapter of Hadassah Monday through Wednesday, Nov. 11-13, at Northwood Avenue across from May's grocery Syndicate, Inc., 1968. gested that the cut-off part would make a perfect litter bag for the car. This Is how: Sew across the wide part of the leg where It was cut. Then just make a hole In the hem at the other end of the pants leg, run a string through it, and hang it In the car on any knob that's convenient. Richard Green DEARHELOLSE: Recently while visiting a cousin I was overwhelmed by a thoughtful gesture on her part. She had put pictures of our son and his wife in small frames in the room we were to occupy. She said her children's pictures usually were In the frames, but so we'd feel at home she thought we'd like to see our children . . . I'm sure you know our reaction! How is that for a perfect hostess with a perfectly wonderful Idea? TillleBumham She really was the hostess with the mostest. Heloise DEAR HELOISE: When a picnic table is unsteady, It's usually because of uneven ground. I sank four concrete blocks in the ground with one long, flat side up and flash with the surface ot the ground. Now the legs of the table rest on a firm, level surface. This way the table will not sink into the ground and the ends of the legs will not rot from being In the dirt. Carl Hubachek Hibiscus Circle: Meets Nov. 11. 1:30 p.m. Hostesses: Mrs. Harry Miller, Mrs. Charles Meyers. Speaker: Mrs. J. R. Meachem: Birds Jewels of theskv. ypEE !m' i PAST V9 3 2 K J 10 7 AQJ 10 7 Til j-isalvitioi mi, J pickup your SA1VAGI FURNITURE; CLOTHING I APPLIANCES. PHONE 832-2835 ' Oleander Circle: Meets Nov. 11. Hostesses: Mrs. David Faust, Mrs. Chester R. Sims. Spaker: John Van Kpp, Beauty in civic improvement. Coffee 9:30. Meeting 10 a.m. Orange Blossom Circle: Meets Noon Nov. 11 with Mrs. Milo Martin, 200 Sandal Lane, Palm Beach Shores with Mrs. J. R. Severson eo-hostess. Mrs. Palm Hemker will present a program on "Making pictures with dried thmers." Mis. II. A. Patterson Circle delegate to the District X Conference in Okeechobee on Nov. 11. Report program which included "Mini" plants by Mrs. Homer Gwinn and Mrs. Milo Martin. Miss Linda Smith President of the Orange Blossom Teenagers represented her unit at the conference. (C) King Feiturei North's pass after West's seven club bid is clearly an invitation to his partner to go on to a grand slam. South, taking the unusual distribution of his hand into consideration, accepted the invitation and bid seven hearts. West, with seven cards in a suit which his partner had bid at the two level, should have raised to seven clubs on the first round. In that way, he would certainly have prevented the adversaries from reaching a grand slam bid. Anyhow, the seven hearts aren't o the table. The possibility of milking contract depends on how the spades ure divided. VI hen West opened a diamond for fear that a club mijjlit give away a trick by allowing a discard and ruff, the declarer took the Iriek with the ace and stopped to look the situation over. The result depended entirely on the spades: if they were divided 2-2, there was no problem about making contract; if they were badly divided, there wasn't anything to be done unless, in a 3-1 division, the singleton happened to be an honor. In this case, however, it was a matter of making a right guess on how to finesse the other honor. The declarer maneuvered to find out as much as possible about the holdings "f his adversaries. Alter taking West's o .n:ng diamond two lead with the ace, he went on to ruff a small diamond with the king in the closed hand; led a small heart 'o the ace; ruffed another diamond; led ft small heart to the ten; ruffed a third diamond and played a third round of hearts. By then, he knew practically ev'tything about East's hand: three hearts fiJ four diamonds had been shown and, as he had bid dubs to the level of two, it culd be taken for granted that he was hi Uing at least five cards in that suit. As a result, he could be holding only a singleton spade. Going on that assumption, the declarer felt no hesitation in leading the ace of spades from the closed hand and when East furnished the jack, he could serenely go about finessing the queen. Hints From Heloise Don't Forget Feathered Pals Periwinkle Circle: Meets Nov. 11. 2 p.m. Hostesses'. Mrs. Fred G. Yount, Mrs. William H. Wilson. Spaker: Mrs. H. A. Patterson : Subject : art of palm weaving. l'etrea Circle: Hill meet at 8 p.m. Mrs. Herbert Beck, 111 Summa St. Mrs. Lester Davis will he co-hostess. Miss Colia Grant will present a program on hanging baskets. Poinsettia Circle: will meet Nov. 11. 10 a.m. with Mrs. Charles K. Jones, Ranchette Road. Dr. Harry Henry will speak on "Flowers ol The Holy Land." Poinsettia Circle: Will meet Nov. 11, 10 a.m. Hostesses: Mrs. Kenneth Lansdowne, Mrs. Emily Llack: Our children's heritage: Jay Jarrett, naturalist, Pine Jog Center. 1x1 Sound lik orilb-nwlk to you? Il l noil Ttiif ii nowtpopor talk (of a 1 column by I inch od. Think il't too i -.ioll to bo no-ticod? You'it reading it . . . . . oron't you? Post-Timot Ad-vorlitingpaytl By HELOISE ( RI SE DEAR FOLKS: We made the cutest bird feeders you ever saw out of some extra shingles. You can make them any style you want and It is a good project for Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and church bazaars. It takes about four or five shingles to build one and it's easy as pie, especially the A-frame kind. Use the thick part of the shingle which is on one end for the bottom. Get some tiny nails and let the children build the houses from there, using their own imagination. If you do not have shingles, an old wooden cigar box can be used. There Is just about enough wood in one of these 'which you can get free from practically any storeMo build the complete bird feeder. We left the front of ours open so that the birds can see Ihe food and because It's easier to refill. They can be attached to trees, fences or porches with nails, screws or wire. Painting them adds an extra touch, but we left ours the natural wood color. You would be surprised how much fun we have had out of our darling bird feeders. Any kind of leftover bread crumbs, cake crumbs or bird feed can be put In them easily. Let's don't forget our little feathered friends. They'll reward you tenfold with each sweet chirp they give back. Heloise DEAR HELOISE: When my mother was making shorts out of my pants that had tears In the knees, I sug SAT., SUN.. MON., 9-6 PM BANKRUPTCY HIGH FASHION WOMEN'S DRESS SHOP HAVING DECLARED IANKRUPTCY IS HAVING ALL ASSETS SOID. OVER 500 GARMENTS SIZf 3 TO II ON SAIt SO 10'. Off. STYLES Of MIAMI, NEW YORK, (AtlfORNIA. Alt STORE FUTURES MUST GO AS WEIl AS A I9U FACTORY AIR CONDITIONED CADIl UC HARDTOP. T0 THE HIGHEST IID DERI CASH FOR THE CAR NOT REQUIRED. AGENT Witt ASSIST IN FINANCING AND TRADE-IN. IF NECESSARY. IIM I. Ill, l. HIT Tl I II ITNI. f ? V,' V Ax TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD v GREGORY PECK AND WIG S B0UT,QUE NOW OPEN MON. THRU SAT. ALSO THURS. EVENING BY APPOINTMENT ALL PERMANENT WAVE PRICES REDUCED MON. I TUES. 832-7579 137 BRADLEY PL. PALM BEACH FREE PARKING I nmmiil X UUIUUL TONIGHT 9 PM SATURDAY NIGHT AT THE MOVIES

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page