The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 10, 1968 · Page 42
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 42

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Cl&-Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 10, 18 Love-In Out? Try Tact Girls ... . v A)) ""V I if 1 "Oh, so you don't like my meat loaf," may wring out the truth "well, If you really want to know I don't like hard-boiled eggs In It" (can you blame him?) "A penny for your thoughts" is far better than "why have you been Ignoring me all night." He may even tell you what he's been thinking. "Wouldn't It be fun to try this new restaurant," might elicit from him that he has been hoping to save a little money by eating at home more often. (A pocketbook clamp might also reveal why he hasn't brought you those little surprise gifts or flowers lately. ) Is It fun getting together with the boys?" (for bowling, cards, baseball, golf, whatever) might bring responses such as It Is a help to my business' or "It is good to keep up with things" or even that "I need the exercise." It has been said that young men mature fast once they begin having responsibilities of their own, such as meeting regular monthly bills and planning for job future. Some starry-eyed young girls aren't prepared 'or the change, but they can begin to think about It. NEW YORK (AP) - Some young girls worry that their marriage Is foundering because their once-romantic husbands seem bored with the love-ln. Complaints Include ... he doesn't kiss me anymore when he (or we) go off to work (or to school) . . . doesn't compliment me on my appearance . . . doesn't praise my cooking . . . seems to have something on his mind that he doesn't discuss with me (another woman?) ... he Is spending more time with his men friends ... he doesn't suggest that we go out to dinner or go dancing ... he seldom brings flowers or those little surprise gifts. What can a girl do In such a situation. Well, for one thing, she should keep her cool until she gives some serious thought to the situation. (He may begin to think her disposition isn't what he bargained for when he married her if she begins to pout.) A clean-the-air program Is the only one that will give her ready answers, and It should be done In a good-humored way. "You forgot to kiss me this morning," may be the simplest approach to resuming that relationship. MRS. FRED G. EBERHARDT . . .Gloria Nowlen MRS. RICHARD E. SANDERSON . . .I'almaJean Overbaugh MRS. GEORGE W. JACOBS . . .Martha Jane Feely SSi News Weddings sleeves and a matching neckline. A four-tiered veil of illusion was held In place by a forward caplet of silk organza fashioned with petals and a bow cluster and trimmed with seedpearls. Miss Betty Echols, was maid of honor. She wore a street length, A line dress of rose brocade with bateau neckline In front and dipping to a V in back. The bodice featured short sleeves and bows at the shoulder. A self fabric bow held the matching nose tip veil. Miss Deborah Nowlen, niece of the bride, was bridesmaid. Her dress and headpiece were identical to the maid of honor. James B. Blair of Pound Ridge, N.Y. served the bridegroom as best man. Acting as ushers were Richard E. Hoffman, brother-in-law of the bridegroom and Joe Cornman. A reception was held at the church fellowship hall. The couple will reside at 7316 E. Venetian Way after Nov. 16. Mr. Eberhardt Miss Nowlen Touring the Gulf Coast are Mr. and Mrs. Fred George Eberhardt who exchanged vows Saturday, Nov. 9 at the First Baptist Church of West Palm Beach. The Rev. Dr. Jess Moody officiated at the 7:30 p.m. ceremony. The bride Is the former Miss Gloria La Fran Nowlen, daughter of Mrs. Gladys Nowlen of 725 N, Federal Highway, Luke Worth and the late Everett B. Nowlen. Mr. Eberhardt is the son of Mrs. Catherine Eberhardt ot 9.316 E. Venetian Way and the late Fred George Eberhardt. Given in marriage by her brother, Everett B. Nowlen, the bride chose a street-length gown of crepe which featured a fitted, sleeveless bodice with scooped neckline and slightly gathered skirt. Worn over the bodice was a bolero of scalloped lace with elbow-length Superb Quality and Craftsmanship Expert Silver Plating and 24 K Gold Plating Mr. Whidden Miss Doughty In an 8 p.m. ceremony Saturday, Nov. 9 Miss Lois Ann Doughty became the bride of Robert Lee Whidden. Albert S. Dewalt officiated at the Aloha Wedding Chapel. Mrs. Whidden is the daughter of Mrs. Alberta Rooney of 740 Troy Blvd. and the late Edward Rooney. Mr. Whidden is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Orln Whidden of 736 Troy Blvd. Melvln Palner of Cincinnati, Ohio, gave his niece in marriage. She wore a floor-length gown of Chantilly lace over taffeta. The bodice was designed with a scalloped neckline trimmed in sequins with wrist point sleeves. The bouffant skirt was made with seven tiers of lace extending to a chapel train. She wore a matching mantilla edged in lace. Mrs. Virginia Livingston, cousin of the bridge, of Cincinnati, Ohio was matron ot honor. She wore a floor length gown of pale yellow taffeta with an A-line skirt. Her veil was attached to a matching Dior bow. Orln Whidden Jr., brother of the bridegroom was best man. A reception was held at the wedding chapel Immediately following the ceremony. The couple Is touring Florida and will reside at 715 N. "L" St., Lake Worth, after Nov. 18. Restoration of Heirlooms. Brass refinished. Lamps restored. Mr. Sanderson Miss Overbaugh Honeymooning In Nassau are Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Sanderson who exchanged vows Friday, Nov. 8 at St. John Fisher Catholic Church. The Rev. Father William De-vem officiated at the 7 p.m. ceremony. The bride is the former Pal-ma Jean Overbaugh, daughter of Mrs. Betty Payne of 5580 Maypop Road and Ed Overbaugh of Joliet, 111. Given in marriage by her brother, Ronald Overbaugh, the bride chose a floor length gown of white Imported rose point lace and peau de soie, fashioned along empire lines with a scalloped neckline, wrist point sleeves and A line skirt. Her lace trimmed train fell from the back shoulder line. Her double, elbow length veil of illusion fell from a princess crown of Imported seed pearls and crystals. Mrs. Robert Hurst, matron of honor, was attired in a formal length gown of lime green, fashioned along empire lines with beige Venice lace trim around the waistline, long sleeves and back panel. A matching bow held her mallni veil. Also attending the bride were Mrs. Don Brooks and Miss Marie Leighton. Both wore formal length, crepe sheath gowns In lime twist green with daisy trim around the necklines and sleeves. Their headpieces were matching bows with malinl veils. Robert Herot was best man. Ushers included Chuck Woods and Richard Grate. A reception was held at the Women's Club following the ceremony. The couple will reside In West Palm Beach after Nov. 13. Faint Regally AMSTERDAM, Netherlands (WNS) - Catherine de Lange, 15, was named Health and Beauty Princess of her gym class. As soon as she heard the good news, she fainted. NEW from ffetion Phone T 278.3673 11 mdante. Mr. Jacobs Miss Feely The First Presbyterian Church was the setting for the 7:30 p.m. ceremony Nov. 8 which joined In marriage Miss Martha Jane Feely and George Webster Jacobs. The Rev. Elwood Graves officiated. Mrs. Jacobs is the daughter of Mrs. Mary Jane Feely of 120 Sandal Lane, Palm Beach Shores. Mr. Jacobs Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Jacobs of 726 Sunset Road. Lee Feely gave his sister in marriage. She wore a floor length gown of peau de soie accented with appliques of lace ending In a lace train. Her veil of Illusion was attached to a peau de sole bow. Mrs. Jackie Woods, matron of honor, was attired in a full length princess style gown of sculptured blue satin. Her blue veil was attached to a matching bow. Also attending the bride were Mrs. Pat Heath and Miss Sue Treu. Both were attired in gowns identical to the matron of honor. Ben Heath served the bridegroom as best man. Ushers Included Peter F. Darwood, Edward Gerrard and Mike Feeley, brother of the bride. A reception was held at the church following the wedding. The couple will reside at 55 E. 14th St., Riviera Beach. ( J Mr. Peters Miss Casseur Miss Susan M. Casseur and Robert C. Peters exchanged vows Saturday, Nov. 9 In a 2 p.m. ceremony at the Aloha Wedding Chapel In Lake Worth with Albert S. Dewalt officiating. Mrs. Peters is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Casseur of 1010 Second St., Lake Park. Mr. Peters Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Peters of 2701 Avenue E, Riviera Beach. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a floor length gown of taffeta with an overlay of Chantilly lace. The gown featured a scalloped neckline and wrist point sleeves. The hooped skirt featured four tiers of lace with a long chapel train of lace. Her veil of Illusion fell from a tier of pearls. Miss Judy Casseur, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore an ice-blue satin gown featuring an A-llne skirt and short cape sleeves and a short ice-blue veil with matching Dior bow. Rick Nichols of Palm Beach Gardens was best man. 100 guests attended the reception which followed the ceremony at the chapel. The couple Is touring northern Florida and will reside after Nov. 16 at 203ft Foresteria Drive, Lake Park. FREE ESTIMATES Gold Plate Unlimited 784 N. Fed. Hwy. Delroy Beach WITH front-focus hearing! 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