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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 41

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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10, 1968-C17 These Girls Engaged fTV of the Division of Philosophical Psychology, American Psychological Association. He is a diplomate in Clinical Psychology, American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology, an associate professor of psychology at Florida Atlantic University and is In private practice in Boca Raton. A Dec. 16 wedding at First Methodist Church of Boynton Beach Is planned. if H5 The bride-elect attended Brillantmont School in Lausanne, Switzerland and Miss! Potter's School in Farm-; ington, Conn. In 1963 Miss.'; Waddell was graduated from Briaicllff College in Brlarcliff Manor, X.Y. Mr. Beall is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Beall of 4010 Washington Road. He attended Furman University in Greenville, S.C. and was graduated from the University of Florida In 1956. He received his LLB Degree from the College of Law of Stetson University in 1959 and is presently counsel with West India Lines at the Port of Palm Beach. The wedding Is planned for Friday, Nov. 29 and will take place at the Royal Poinciana Chapel. Miss Scott Mr. O'Donovan The engagement of Miss Ce-lla Jean Scott to Dr. Denis Leo O'Donovan Is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ot-ley Webb Scott of 1101 SE Fourth Ave., Boynton Beach. The bride-elect was graduated from Seacrest High School and from Sophie New-comb College of Tulane University, New Orleans, La. with a B.A. in theater. She is attending Florida Atlantic University working toward an M. A. in languages and linguistics and is teaching French at Boca Raton Junior-Senior High School. She Is a member ofP.E.O. Dr. O'Donovan is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Leo O'Donovan of Coral Gables. He received a B. A. Degree from Duke University; an M. S. Degree from the University of Miami and a Ph. D. from the University of Florida. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and American Men of Science, and editor of Newsletter mm Ass Waddell Mr. Beall Mr. and Mrs. Charles Em-melt Waddell of 615 N. County Road, Palm Beach, announce the engagment of their daughter, Miss Julia Dorothy Waddell, to Charles Egbert Beall. MRS. EDWARD J. DUMAS III . . . Irene Anne MacPhee MRS. JOHN H. DOENGES III . . . Etta Marie Bachstet MRS. DALE E.BROWN . . . Sandra Camp THIS YEAR WE HAVE ONE OF THE FINEST SELECTIONS OF CHRISTMAS HOX CARDS llv HALLMARK (,IIIS() IU KOSS A reception was held at the Lake Worth Police Clubhouse immediately following the wedding. The couple will reside at 5400 N. Dixie Highway, Apt. D-2 after Nov. 13. BUY NOW AND GET . FREE IMPRINTING m News Weddings SHEFFIELD WATCHES BUXTON WALLETS COSTUME JEWELRY STRAW HANDBAGS TIARAS & CRYSTAL FOR EVENING LAY-A-WAY NOW FOR CHRISTMAS ISLAM) BEAUTY SALON 2433 BEACH COURT-SINGER ISLAND 844-3777 WE INVITE YOU TO Help Celebrate Our 9th Anniversary Along with the 90th Birthday of MRS. 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JUST ARRIVED AURORA CRYSTAL FROM AUSTRIA CORONET GIFT SHOP 333 CLEMATIS WEST PALM BEACH Mr. Doenges Miss Bachstet St. John's Lutheran Church in Lake Park was the setting for the 6 p.m. ceremony Saturday, Nov. 9 that joined in marriage Miss Etta Marie Bachstet and John Henry Doenges III. The Rev. Arthur P. Snyder officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. chotQ it of covn OPEN MON. THURS. FRl. NITES BY APPT. "W&fc I lliKII MX VA , i BEAUTY AND WIG SALONS Phone 5854743 II , Clr 1 1 The Kala holiday season will be here before you know It. The time lo plan your wardrobe is jZ v r II now I Shop today and gee the most exciting collection of holiday fashion fabrics ever offered . . U (s. . . II at these tremendous savings ... Plus a complete selection of sewing notions so necessary to sMs I rrr ' V aeWeve.that "Professional Look". ' " . ., f Bachstet of 330 Claremont Lane, Palm Beach Shores. Mr. Doenges is the son of Mrs. Es-telle M. Doenges of 3140 Avenue "A," Riviera Beach and the late John H. Doenges. Mr. Bachstet gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a floor length gown of bridal satin. Venetian lace trimmed with seed pearls and crystals accentuated the wedding ring neckline, elbow length sleeves and the bottom of her A line skirt. The full-sweep chapel train was attached below the shoulders and carried the lace motif. Her fingertip bouffant veil of silk illusion fell from a satin Dior bow. Mrs. James D. McCllntock II of Miami was matron of honor. Also attending the bride were Mrs. Nicholas J. Wlllocks of Juno and Mrs. Ronald N. Griffin, of Lake Park, both cousins of the bride. . . The attendants wore identical floor-length gowns of es-meralda green chiffon over taffeta with Mandarin collar, empire waist and flowing skirts. Veils of silk illusion attached lo Dior bows matching their dresses completed their ensembles. Floyd E. Wells of Fort Lauderdale was best man. Alfred E. Griffin of Plantation and William V. Bachstet of Norfolk, Va., brother of the bride, were ushers. A buffet reception was held at the Flotilla Club, 48")0 N. Dixie Highway, immediately following the ceremony. Mil COAST SHOPPING PLAZA 111 III 1 MltO V" 1 I w I II 11 III "II ,. later m 7 ' MM Lovable as a little French pooch the set stays in! "Poothy" Cut, Permonent & Set complete, 1 0.50 11.51 CUSTOM PUN PRICED V SPiCIAl AT I SO MOM., TUIS., WED. I THUDS. WIOS-FAUS-WIGLETS-CASCADES see our complete line in all colors! STYLIST SLIGHTLY HIGHER The couple is touring Florida and will be at home after Nov. 16 at 3140 Ave. "A," Apt. 1, Riviera Beach. Miss MacPhee Mr. Dumas On a wedding trip to Nassau are Mr. and Mrs. Edward James Dumas III who were married Saturday, Nov. 9 in a 2 p.m. ceremony at Holy Spirit Catholic Church. The Rev. Francis Gulnan officiated. Mrs. Dumas, the former Miss Irene Anne MacPhee, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle E. Atherley of 1331 Lake Erie Drive, Lake Worth. Mr. Dumas is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward James Dumas Jr. of 353 Shady Lane, Palm Springs. Mr. Atherley gave his daughter In marriage. She was attired in a taffeta sheath gown with an overdress of silk organza. The sabrina bodice of Alencon lace appliques and seed pearls featured long, point to wrist sleeves. The lace motif was carried in the pointed court train and hemline. Four tiers of silk illusion fell from a queen's crown of crystal drops. Miss Gail MacPhee, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a floor length, sheath gown of pink crepe with crocheted lace bodice. Her headpiece was fashioned of daisies and tulle. Also attending the bride were Mrs. Susan Stama of Lake Worth, and Miss Deborah Dumas, sister of the bridegroom. They wore identical gowns to the maid of honor in yellow. Miss Julie MacPhee, sister of the bride, was Junior bridesmaid. She wore a knee length sheath of white crepe with an over-dress of lace daisies. Richard Dumas served as his brother's best man. Dale Stama, Patrick Gostel and Charles Atherley were ushers. Read Rules Brides are requested to use The Palm Beach Post-Times wedding publication form so that the resulting story may be complete and accurate. Only weddings occurring the preceding Friday and Saturday will appear in the Sunday Post-Times. Forms for these must he returned to the Women's Department no later than the Tuesday of the week preceding the ceremony. Most photographers are aware of this deadline and will complete bridal portraits which should he submitted with the form. For weddings on other days, the completed form and photograph must be submitted to the Women's Department two days before the date of the wedding. Pictures of the bridal couple will be used if submitted, with completed form, no later than four days after the wedding. The picture of the couple and the accompanying story will appear either In The Post or The Times. The choice of the paper, in which the story Is to appear, will be observed provided space in the Women's Section allows. Persons submitting their engagement to The Palm Beach Post-Times are requested to use the engagement form provided by the newspaper so that the resulting story may be accurate and complete. For publication in the Sunday Post-Times, these forms must be received by the Horn-en's Department no later than Tuesday of the week preceding the desired publication date. Photographs may be used with both the engagement and wedding stories provided that there is three months between the engagement announcement and the date of the wedding. If there Is less than three months, the prospective bride will have to decide If she wishes to use the engagement picture or a wedding photograph. Photographs submitted should be black and white or sepia. Glossy-finish pictures are preferable. For engagements wallet-size pictures are acceptable. 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