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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10, ls C13 Couple Celebrates Sixty-Fifth Lines From Lake Worth, Lantana By BETTY LINN Staff Writer iri) llJ K, Mr. and Mrs. John Longway of Lake Osborne Trailer Ranch, Lantana, are planning a big celebration for their 65th wedding anniversary this coming Friday, Nov. 15th. An Open House from 2 to 4 p.m. will be held at the Recreation Hall in the trailer park and friends are invited. They were married in Amherst, N.H. in 1903 by the Rev. A. J. McGown. It wasn't snowing that day but there was six inches on the ground the next day as they traveled to Jefferson, N.H. by train. Mr. Longway was an employee of the Boston and Maine Railroad for more than 50 years. The biggest change he has seen, is the lack of passenger business on the railroad. o o l lil. Mil l " PLANNING SHOW - Mrs. Charles Brenahan, vice oresident of the Lantana Art Guild, discusses selections for their coming show Nov. 16th and 17th at the Lantana Recreation Center with art instructor, Samuel J. Gibbons. Show hours are 10-5. Hearing Aids, 575 up atteriM - lpon urm. Ft All Model NANS HEARING AM) CtNIM 3IJ SI II 3 -4SM c Mr. Longway recalls that at one lime there were 14 trains a day running between Manchester and Goffstown, N.H. Now there's only a freight train running three times a week. They are the parents of Charles Longway of Conway, N.H.; Mrs. Martha McConnell (deceased); Mrs. Mary Lapet of Manchester, N.H.; John P. Longway Jr. of Springfield, Mass. and Mrs. Emily Rossbo-rough of Lynnfield, Mass. They have 12 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. Mrs. Longway, a young 84, is a past president of the Re-bekah Assembly of New Hampshire, and its secretary for eight years; a past matron ot Martha Washington Chapter No. 6, 0. E. S. of Goffstown and a member of Gen. Broome W.R.C.No. 16 of Miami. Mr. Longway, a spry' 88, is a member of Bible Lodge No. 27 of Goffstown, N.H. and Webster Lodge No. 24, IOOF of the same town. Hunting and fishing have been Mr. Longway's hobbies over the years, and Mrs. Long-way enjoys crocheting and knitting (she has made seven afghans in the past three years), plays cards and bingo, and rides a three wheeled bike in her spare time. Mrs. Emily Rossborough, their youngest daughter will arrive in time for the open house as will Mrs. Longway's three sisters, Mrs. Jennie Summers, of Miami, Mrs. Anna Snook, of Binghamton, N.Y. and Mrs. Emily McCor-mick of Miami; a niece, Mrs. Jerry Llbby, of Hollywood also plans to come. Friends of longstanding, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Belllveau, from St. Petersburg plan to come as well as other friends in the area. The women of the trailer park have formed a committee for the Open House. Assisting in the serving of cake, punch and coffee will be Mrs. Callie Swank, of Ohio, president of the Lake Osborne MR. LONGWAY INVENTORY CLEARANCE SALE 25 OFF ON ALL . . . t DRESSES SHIFTS LINGERIE SPORTSWEAR SLACKS AND BLOUSES SHORTS, ETC. THIS IS OUR ANNUAL STOREWIDE CLEARANCE Sorry Now HAMBURG, Germany (WNS) - Ursula Weber, 57, always complained because her husband seldom brought her any gifts. After his death, she married Adolf Berg, 52, who promised to bring her presents every week In the year. Berg kept his promise but spent his wife's $12,000 Inheritance within one year after the honeymoon, now Ursula has left Adolf with the comment, "The greatest gift Is dally love and the economic effort to keep the marriage secure. I wish that I could apologize to my dead husband for my Ingratitude." Palm Beach at 12:30 p.m.; Sansevierla, at the McArthur Dairy Recreation Room, Military Trail, West Palm Beach. "Holiday Glamor" will be the subject given by Mrs. Vincent 0. Lewis at 12:30 p.m.; Orchid, at Mrs. Walter Oelfk-e's home, 3385 10th Avenue, Palm Springs; Coffee at 9:15 a.m. meeting at 9:30 a.m.; speaker will be Mrs. John mills on "Let's Talk About Birds." Michigan Club The Michigan Club Invites the public to a dance the first of the season to be held Tuesday at the American Legion Hall at 8 p.m. The music will be furnished by the Gay Notes and refreshments will be served. Woman's Club Lake Worth The Woman's Club of Lake Worth will hold their regular meeting on Wednesday at the Woman's Club clubhouse, 20 North Federal Highway at 2 p.m. Mrs. Otis Padgett, one of the five Woman's Club volunteers for the Palm Beach County Mental Health Association, has asked Dr. Harry A. Schroer, president of the association and treasurer of the Comprehensive Community Mental Health Center to give his slide presentation on mental health. (Members are asked to bring Christmas gifts for mental health patients to this meeting.) Devotions will be in charge of Mrs. Mimi Southwlck. Hostess is Mrs. Robert Harris. Elementary PTA Of Lantana The Lantana Elementary School P-TA will meet on Tuesday at the JUNIOR HIGH CAFETORIUM at 7:30 p.m. (The elementary school cafe-torlum Is being remodeled). The guest spreaker will be Sgt. Paul Dagnault of the Lantana Police Department will speak on "Local Juvenile Delinquency", according to Mrs. Edward Battles, publicity chairman. Vogel-Lee Post American Legion Vogel-Lee Post No. 47, American Legion Post at 212 North J Street, Lake Worth will have its annual Veterans Day barbecue today from 11:30 a.m. to7:00 p.m. There will be a separate line for take-out orders, making It simpler for those who wish to eat in their own homes. before clubs and schools all over the country. Born in Sweden, and now a resident of Palm Beach, Mr. Gren sailed as a mess-boy on an ocean tramp schooner until he "Jumped ship" in Portland, Maine in below zero temperatures. He was 16 and in rags and spoke no English. Rescued by friendly hands and helped to a Job, he became a restaurateur, farmer and real estate operator; later he re-entered the United States legally, became a citizen, and served in the Coast Guard and Navy. Mr. Gren's talk is one dear to his heart, "America . . . What it Means to be an American." B.P.O. Elks Lake Worth Elks and their ladies are having a Thanksgiving Dance on Saturday, Nov. 16th at 725 So. Dixie Highway. Dancing will begin at 9:30 p.m. Three turkeys will be given away. Gold Star Mothers The following new officers of the American Gold Star Mothers, Lake Worth were installed by past department president, Dorothy Mosher, assisted by past chapter presidents, Frances Mateja and Helen Banner-man: president, Mildred Hughes; first vice president, Frances Mateja; second vice president, Nella Craig; treasurer, Agnes Lane and secretary, Dorothy Mosher. At their next meeting, plans for their annual Christmas party will be discussed as well as a card party for January. Ohio Club The Ohio Club will have a picnic on Monday noon at Sunset Ridge Park at 14th and North D Street. Come and meet old and new friends from Ohio. On Thursday evening, a dessert card party will be held by the Ohloans at the First Congregational Church of Lake Worth. The Ohio Club Is now in its 50th year, according to Charley Mackey, president, and Is looking forward to its best year ever. Town N' Country Garden Club Circles of The Town and Country Garden Club of Lake Worth, will meet Monday November 11 as follows: Hibiscus and Sea Grape at the Pine Jog Conservation Educational Center, Dlllman Road, West 1 EXAMPLE; 1 RACK OF DRESSES '? PRICE Peggy HEADY TO YAK 1003 IIHOVDW H. I II. NEXT TO EDWAHUS HI'K AM) lolt.vc ( i MRS. LONGWAY Think mdm Pink! iXm Lingerie Ladies Apparel Royal Palm Plaia Boca Raton 381-1450 KARL GREN Trailer Ranch Association, and the following all from Massachusetts, Mrs. Al Robertson, Mrs. Fletch Gamett, Mrs. Carlton Stewart, and Mrs. William Gullage. Members of the park are planning a surprise gift for the couple. Lantana Art Guild An all-member art show given by the Lantana Art Guild Is planned for Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 16th and 17th at the Lantana Recreation Center between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m. According to the guild's president, the members have been busy all summer preparing for the show, and are thus planning on a really outstanding exhibit. These paintings have never been shown anywhere in the area, and each member will be allowed three paintings in the show. A popularity poll will be taken to ascertain which paintings appeal most to the public. First, second and third prize ribbons will be awarded. Says Mrs. Jarvlnen, "We've found the public to be very discerning as to the art-worthiness of the paintings in our shows." A special musical program will be provided by Arvo Paa-nanen on the electric organ as background during the show. Refreshments will be served during show hours, and admission is free. Entre Nous Entre Nous Members are looking forward to their Guest Night to be held on Monday at 8 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Robert Ersklne. 831 North Lakeside Drive. The program will feature Karl Oscar Gren, lecturer, who has appeared Women Win BRUSSELS, Belgium (WNS) It's a woman's world in job opportunities in Belgium. Federal statistics have revealed that employment has grown 39 per cent during the past eight years for women in Belgium, but only 25 per cent for men. When Marie Anne Vogels read the figures, she added a course for men at her School for Housekeepers. "So many men have enrolled that I have added two more teachers to my staff," she reported. "Lady teachers, of course." Flunked Again BRUSSELS, Belgium (WNS) Lucile Duvallon, 25, wanted a driver's license but flunked the test three times. Now she has got a wedding license instead and has married her driving Instructor. "He's promised to chauffeur me wherever I want," she commented. "Under the circumstances, it's the least that he could do." 1st. Anniversary SALE! Our sincerest thanks to our many Customers for a successful year. Smart women prefer our styles and prices. One Group . . .20 -50.,, m instil,,,. I v7SrjB BIG DISCOUNT SALE! ONE WEEK MON. THRU SAT. s15 LORAIN COLD WAVE $10 A soft but long-lasting wave that holds any set you prefer. NOTHING HELD BACK - ALL GOES!!! SUPREME PERM ...7 s5.50 BUDGET PERM t 10b24iffMu 11 Shampoo set . . 52.50 Haircut 2 NEW OF OUR REGULAR LOW LOW SALE PRICES! DRAPERY-SUP COVER-UPHOLSTERY FABRICS I : 683-5444 683-9800 Appointmtntt Art Wtlcome, but Not Alwayt Nicttaary Icimi tr Jui.n liilitntl krtiM lultti Ums ui Ul' Skirl Shtyt OPEN 9:00 A.M. AND OPEN EVERY EVE EXCEPT SAT. 200,000 YARDS OF THE FINEST DECORATOR FABRICS IN AMERICA PAINTS & SOLIDS Moi'irnv Fleralt Previiicielt Decumests Geemetrics Abstracts Tweet's lines Astie.se Satins Satin locks- Cettess Decrees Sailcleths Nut Weaves - Daabys Jscquerd Sheers Semi-Sheers relishes' Cettess Pallets - Reaps larks Acetates Rsyess Miracle B lens's Textures - Early Americas, Stasish, French ens' Itsliot Prints. SEE EXAMPLES BELOW VALUE SALE PRICE IESS YOUR PRICE 1.95 .50 20 off .40 y 2.45 .95 20 off .76 yd. 2.95 1.45 30 off 1.02 yd. 3.49 1.75 20 off 1.40 ya 3.89 1.85 20 off 1.48 yd. 3.95 1.95 10 off 1.76 yd. 6.95 2.45 20 off 1.96 yd. 6.95 2.95 20 off 2.36 yd. 8.95 3.95 20 off 3.16 yd. SAVE FROM 1.60 TO 3.39 PER YARD ON ALL FABRICS . . . HURRY OUT FOR THESE GREAT SAVINGS ATTENTION! CITIZENS OF WEST PALM BEACH WE ARE CONCERNED, ARE YOU? Meeting to be held and sponsored by the Citizen's Literature Council of West Palm Beach. PLACE; City Hall, 1st Street. Time: 8:00 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1968 Your Citizen's Literature Council will show what we believe to be obscene literature . . . found in our local stores. This "literature" will be on display. We, as your appointed representatives, are concerned . . . especially for our children and young adults. This "literature" will be labeled indicating where it was purchased. We urge you to attend this meeting. We believe we have a serious problem. We need your help. Together . . . perhaps we can find a solution. Will YOU help us? The time is late! (Filmstrip will be shown: Target Smut. Also wt will discuss and consider the 1967 West Palm Beach City Ordinance Sec. 33-34 on Obscene Literature) WE ARE COrJCERfJED! ARE YOU? HOTELS - MOTELS TAKE ADVANTAGE AND SAVE - NOW IS THE TIME p nnrnn nnnnn? s yjuviiLiiy u ii is TOM 1 4624 SOUTH DIXIE HWY. WEST PALM BEACH ACROSS FROM PHIPPS PARK PHONE 832-6717 STORE ALSO IN FT. LAUDERDALE AT 632 SO. FEDERAL HWY. OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. to 3:30 P.M.