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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 40

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1 16 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10, 1968 I V 4 i . a . if : I h M. JT I -"V ,N IIS "V I wi uijjpy .-'"Nil r v r v j 4- SMr -' MISS GIDDENS MISS GRAHAM MISS MCALLISTER MISS M IDG LEY MISSRICHTER MISS ROBINSON MISS SHIELDS MISS STIERHEIM News Of C Engagements Springs. He was graduated from Lake Worth High School and Is studying law enforcement at Palm Beach Junior College. He Is employed by PubllxlnPalm Springs. The couple will be married July 6, 1969 at Holy Spirit Church In Lantana. Miss Stierheim Mr. McCants Mr. and Mrs. William H. Stierheim of 241 W. 27th St., Riviera Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Patrlclal Elizabeth Stierheim to Lary Brooks McCants. The bride-elec was gradu ated from Riviera Beach High School and from Palr.i Berch Junior College. She is employed by the Accounting Dept., of ITT Semlconductot s. Mr. McCants 1? the son of Mr. and Mrs. George B. McCants of 628 47th St. He was graduated from Palm Beach High School and Is a student at Palm Beach J nlor College where he Is a member of Chi Slg Fraternity. He Is employed by IBM in Boca Raton. A summer wedding is planned. M iss Breier Mr.Trehy Mr. and Mis. (ieorgp Breli-r dI TbOT West Lake Drive, Lake Clarke Shores announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Nancy Lynn Breier to Michael LeeTrehy. The bride-elect was graduated in ltj from Forest Hill High School and is a junior at Florida Presbyterian College in St. Petersburg. Mr. Trehy is the son of Mr. an'J Mrs. Daniel J. Trehv of St Petersburg. He is also a junior at Florida Presby-tejian. A Deeembei 27 wedding at the First Presbyterian Church ot West Paim Beach is planned. Miss Brockway Mr. Honer Mr. and Mrs. Robert 0. Brockway of 619 Jfjth St. announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Patricia Jeanne Brockway to Michael Frederick Honer. The bride-elect was graduated from Palm Beach High School In 15 and Is employed b I lalsey and Griffith Inc. Mr. Honer is the son of Mrs. Alma Honer of 630 40th St., and Frederick Honer of Belleville, 111. He was graduated from Palm Beach High School and served with the U. S. Navy from 1963 to 1967. He Is presently employed by Miami Rug Co. A Nov. 21 8 p.m. wedding Is planned at the Northwood Methodist Church. Miss Elias Mr. Sampson Announcement of the engagement of Miss Kathleen Mary Ellas to James R. Sampson is made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John F. Ellas of 1408 Pine Lane, Delray Beach. The bride-elect was graduated from Seacrest High School and attended Palm Beach Junior College. She was graduated from Mount Slnal Hospital School of Nursing In Miami Beach, and is employed by Bethesda Memorial Hospital in Boynton Beach. Mr. Sampson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Sampson of 2708 N. Federal Highway, Delray Beach. He was graduated from Seacrest High School and Palm Beach Junior College and attended the Unl- The bride-elect was graduated from Palm Beach High School where she was a member of the band, and is a sophomore at Hampton Institute In Hampton, Va. Mr. McDaniel Is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. George Emmet McDaniel Sr. of Golsboro, N.C. He attended the University of North Carolina and Hampton Institute as a business administration major. He is serving with the Armed Forces and will leave Nov. 9, 1968 tor a tour of duty In Vietnam. A November, 1969 wedding In West Palm Beach It planned. engagement of their daughter, Miss Jennifer Harriet Midgley, to Stephen E. Alpern. The wedding will take place at the Church of St. Stephen And the Incarnation, Washington, on Dec. 28. Miss Midgley, whose father is Minister Commercial at the British Embassy, was educated at Roedean School, Brighton, and Bedford College, London University. Mr. Alpern, son of Mrs. Mel-vln Alpern of Brazilian Ave., Palm Beach, and the late Mr. Alpern, was graduated from Kent School and Georgetown University. He is preparing for the law profession at Columbia University School of Law. Miss Richter Mr. Gary Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert S. Klalber of 1217 S. "C" St., Lake Worth announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Linda Arleen Richter to David Lawrence Gary. The bride-elect was graduated from Lake Worth High School where she was a member of the "Z" Club and the Pep Club. Mr. Gary Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Gary of 9386 Bellwood Drive, Palm Beach Gardens. He was graduated from Miami Military Academy. The couple will exchange vows Nov. 29 at Annapolis, Maryland. PRIVATE OBEDIEXCE! for Information Call 967-2609 tf to "Candlelight Grooming" All breeds! Jean's Tender Loving Care 13 YEARS EXPERIENCE 1771 So. Congress Congress & Forest Hill Blvd. West Palm Beach, fla. Ph. 967-2609 verslty of Florida. He is attending Florida Atlantic University and Is employed by Bethesda Memorial Hospital. A wedding date has not been set. Miss Giddens Mr. Hunt Mr. and Mrs. Jack Giddens of 841 44th St. announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Paulette Giddens to William L.Hunt. The bride-elect was graduated from Palm Beach High School and the University of Palm Beach. She is employed by Lawyer's Title Services Inc. of Palm Beach County. She is a member of Phi Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Mr. Hunt is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James H. Hunt of Miami. He was graduated from Miami Edison High School and attended Palm Beach Junior College. He Is serving with the U.S. Air Force attending technical school at Chanute Air Force Base in Rantoul, 111. A wedding date has not been set. Miss Graham Mr. Robbins HOMESTEAD Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Diana Graham, daughter of Mrs. Mary Williams Graham of Homestead and Dr. Emil J. Graham of Pahokee, to John Robbins, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Lowe of Homestead. The bride-elect is a former Pahokee resident and attended Pahokee Schools before moving to Homestead. She is presently a senior at Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton. Mr. Robbins recently received an honorable discharge from the U.S. Army. Plans are being made for a December wedding. Miss Hering Mr. Smith Announcement of the engagement of Miss Permelia Carroll Hering to Gene Sten-cell Smith is made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carroll Hering of 415, N. E. Seventh Ave., Delray Beach. The bride-elect was graduated from Seacrest High School in Delray and attended Palm Beach Junior College and East Carolina University, Greenville, N.C. Mr. Smith is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair E. Smith of Vanceboro, N.C. He was graduated from Vanceboro High School and served with the U.S. Navy for four years. He Is a senior at East Carolina University in Greenville. The couple will be married Saturday, Dec. 28 at Cason Memorial Methodist Church, Delray Beach. Miss McAllister Mr. Broome Announcement of the engagement of Miss Nora Lynne McAllister to Willard Thomas Broome is made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.F. McAllister of 225 NW 14th St., Belle Glade. The bride-elect is a student at Belle Glade High School and will graduate with the class of 1969. She was an active member of the High School Band for two years and is a member of DCT. She is employed by Florida Power and Light Co. of Belle Glade. Mr. Broome is the son of Vance Broome Sr. and Mrs. Thelma Lake of Tlfton and Amerlcus, Ga. He was graduated from Belle Glade High School In 1966 where he was a member of DCT. He is employed by Terry Moss Ford Co. in Pahokee. A wedding date has not been set. Miss Midgley Mr. Alpern Eric Midgley, CMG, MBE and Mrs. Midgley of the British Embassy, Washington, D.C. and Captain's Row, Lym-Ington, England, announce the " SPECIAL Miss Shields Mr. Sutherland Announcement ot the engagement of Miss Heather Louise Shields to Michael Dean Sutherland Is made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William D. Shields ot 1002 Broome St.,Lantana. The bride-elect was graduated from Lake Worth High School and is employed by the Bank ot Palm Beach and Trust Co. Mr. Sutherland Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Sutherland ot 337 Davis Road, Palm Aloha Sin OFFER! 1.-1 -NJ WEDDING CHAPEL" Have fun. ..make friends. ..become 2 to 250 Guests Accommodated WEDDINGS WEDGING RECEPTIONS CATERING FOR WEDDINGS FLORIST AND PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY EXCLUSIVE WEDDING GOWN SHOPPE FOR Ol'R BRIDES. 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Mrs. Nguyen Thl Blnh, Viet Cong representative at the Paris peace talks, at a news conference. "All my life, I was told never to give up, to fight for what I believe in. . .Anyone who knows anything about Shirley Chrlsholm knows I had a rought time." Mrs. Shirley Chisholm, New York Democrat, on being elected the first Negro woman of Congress. "One reason we're here, of course, is to meet boys. But there's more. We're strongly for coeducation and it will be Interesting how it works out, academically and the other ways, too." Bryn Mawr student Margaret Warner arriving at Yale to begin a one-week coeducational experiment at the all male university- "1 can't blame anybody for what's happened, but it seems that a sole-surviving son should not have to go to war. There's Just no one else to carry on the family name." Judy Yokes, 22, of Detroit, commenting on the death of her 21-year-old brother In Vietnam after family efforts failed to keep him out of the battle area. reg. THE MONTH mistletoe, cedar, pine, garlands, wreaths, trees and hanging ballet also Christmas arrangements maVle up by our designer, unbreakable ornaments, an extensive assortment of tree light sets in miniature and regular for indoor and outdoor use, and bulb replacements, novelty trimmings, tie ons, lawn ornaments, hanging decorations and the largest assortment of various popular alios and shapes of white slyrofoam for making your own designs and arrangements that you will find within miles around. The Hallmark department Includes Christmas counter cards In over 600 designs in 30 different categories and a large assortment of boxed cards and sol Id pack boxed cards In and all thru the store li whopper assortment of decorations galore! Poslon's World of Ideal is Palm Beach County1! most unique center for do-it-yourself enthusiasts with several specialty stores under one roof. The colorful Christmas displays Include tuch items as beautiful and decora--live gift wrappings, ribbons, bows, gift boxes In many sizes, tags, seats, satin ribbon, party goods, coasters, invitations, place cards, centerpieces, calendars, novelty candles and candle holders, corsages, spray snow, jewelry, artificial Christmas trees in miniature sizes and 2, 4 and 6 ft. heights in pine, scotch pine, cedar and aluminum, artificial holly, poinsetlias, cluding Florida Christmas cards. Thanksgiving is just around the corner and you can choose a theme for this holiday from a wide variety of artificial fruits and vegetables, straw cornucopias, parly goods, decorations and centerpieces as well as a well selected assortment of greeting cards. 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Give yourself a treat and visit Poston's today. WEST PALM BEACH

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