The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 11, 1968 · Page 14
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 14

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Monday, November 11, 1968
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Children's Letters To God Round Benefit Table Slated 14 Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. U, 1968 Delray Women Plan Benefit Conservation Program Theme The North Palm Beach Garden Club will hold Its regular meeting on Wednesday, November 13, at the North Palm-Beach Country Club at 9:30 a.m. The program on "Conservation," will be presented by Mrs. Louis Enders. hen Shopping I LoVC YoU V Like TD r0ovM ouD You Are: l na 7. P,'LAR- Powell, dance chairman, the 11 p.m. floorshow at the dance will feature "show girls" putting on a "genuine Vegas-type" show, utilizing local talent showgirls. The buffet dinner is to be served at 8 p.m. Dancing to the music of the Saints group will be from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Tickets may be reserved by telephoning either the Delray Beach National Bank or the First National Bank of Delray Beach. Today at 4 p.m. in her home, 980 South Lake Way. Mrs. Lavan Is entertaining at tea for members of the Palm Beach Round Table and friends interested In furthering the Round Table here and Its role In the International effort of the Institute of World Affairs. For many years a board member of the American Red Cross, Mrs. Lavan served as chairman of the 1967 Red Cross Ball with Mrs. Merri-weather Post as honorary chairman. In I960 Mrs. Lavan was chairman of the United Nations Ball, with Mrs. Perle Mesta as co-chairman. In New York Mrs. Lavan is a member of the Women's Auxiliary Board of the New York Philharmonic Symphony Society, and the Board of Theatre and Arts of the Museum of the City of New York. She has served for many years as a member of the Board of the Turtle Bay Music School and as Chairman of the Theatre Committee. Mrs. Peter I. B. Lavan will serve as general chairman of the Institute of World Affairs -Palm Beach Round Table Benefit for 1969. The benefit will be held Monday evening, Jan. 6 In the Royal Poinciana Playhouse. In announcing Mrs. Lavan's acceptance, Mrs. Nils Anderson, chairman of the Palm Beach Round Table, and a member of the national board of the Institute of World Affairs, said "we are extremely pleased and honored that Mrs. Lavan will head the 1969 benefit." . . Where WOMEN'S FELLOWSHIP of Union Congregational Church Morning Circle at 10 a.m.; Afternoon Circle at 2 p.m.; Ruth Circle at 8 p.m., all circles in Florida Room. WSCS of First United Methodist Church of Boynton Deborah Circle with Mrs. Curtis Weaver 140 S.W. 24th Ave. 9:30 a.m. MICHIGAN CLUB dance at the American Legion Hall, Lake Worth 8 p.m. LANTANA PROPERTY OWNERS ASSOCIATION at the Lantana Town Hall, 7:30, p.m. GROVE PARK PTA program on "Area growth and Its Affect on School Planning," 7:30 p.m. DELRAY BEACH "A Night in Las Vegas" is the theme of the annual dinner-dance of the Citizenship Department of the Delray Women's Club, to be held Nov. 16 at the Delray Country Club. Proceeds from the annual benefit go toward a college scholarship for a female Sea-crest High senior each year. According to Mrs. William Thanks Irish DUBLIN iUIMi Comedian Danny Kaye visited Ireland Saturday to thank the country fur contributing SWUXHI to the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund UNICEK. The Irish donation was the larges per capita in the world. AIIVKHTISKMKVI Cream For Beauty Cherish the youthful smoothness of your complexion by massaging the skin at bedtime with rich vitalizing night cream. Apply Olay vitalizing night cream to the cheeks, forehead and throat, sweep it into the skin with light, upward molding strokes and pat a little more round your eyes with feathery, fingertip movements. The isotonic qualities of this vitalizing cream will help to smooth away surface skin dryness and tiny lines while beautifying the soft, supple qualities of your complexion. League To Elect The Armed Forces League will elect officers at its luncheon meeting Tuesday at the Marina Inn, formerly the .George Washington Hotel. AND WIG V W.P.B. GARDEN CLUB'S 8th ANNUAL BAZAAR EXTRAORDINAIRE! We've added to our collection of line handcrafted giftj and holiday decorations. Come tor lunch and browse thru Grandma's Attic (or useful articles and home cooked foods and jellies. Be sure to visit our horticultural booth at the Garden Club Center: Nov. JT and 22 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Nov. 23 10:00 a.m. 4:00 p.m. West Lakewood Road - DREHER PARK - off Parker Ave. 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 MRS. LAV AN .benefit Chairman . . When. mcnt of Civic Center Lake Worth, fun session, 1 to 4 p.m. SQUARE DANCING FOR TEEN-AGERS at the Square Dance Center 3780 Burns Road. Palm Beach Gardens 8 to 10:30 p.m. WEIGHT WATCHERS of Palm Beach County Inc. Grcenacres City Townhall 9:30 a.m.; office 3733 So. Dixie 9:30 a.m.; Dog and Suds Drive Inn Okeechobee Road, 9:30 a.m.; First National BanlfofStuartT 9:30 a.m.; Capt. Alex Restaurant Riviera Beach, 7:30 p.m.; office 3733 So. Dixie 7:30 p.m. YWCA Sapodilla Avenue 7:30 p.m.; Beane Exterminating Co. 502 E. Ocean Avenue, BoyntonBeach7:30p.m. CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA Palm Court 780 Business meeting at CDA Hall 537 Pine Terrace 8 p.m., trustees 7:30 p.m. MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH CIRCLES at the Church circles 1 to 8 covered dish luncheon 11 a.m.; Circles 9 to 12, 8 p.m. CREDIT WOMEN'S BREAKFAST CLUB at West Palm Beach at Stouffer's Restaurant, 8a.m. NORTHWOOD BAPTIST CHURCH WMU at the Church, 10:30 a.m. PHI GAMMA UPSILON CHAPTER Beta Sigma Phi at First Federal Savings and Loan of Lake Worth Lanlana Branch 7:. 30 p.m. ROSARIAN HOME SCHOOL ASSOCIATION AT Student loungcl:30p.m. RIVIERA BEACH BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMAN'S CLUB Riviera Beach Recreation Hall. CARROLL CIRCLE AT Good Shepherd Methodist Church 2341 So. Military Trail, 10 a.m. Mrs. Ford Wed NEW YORK (UPI) - Mrs. Anne McDonnell Ford, divorced wife of auto tycoon Henry Ford II, was married Saturday in a private ceremony to Los Angeles attorney Deane Johnson. The wedding was performed at the Sutton Place apartment of Mrs. Ford's daughter, Mrs. Charlotte Ford Niarchos. SPECIAL! ill v'iV Ith 7;&j v- f& -.7 'k' i V SAT., SUN., MON.. 9-6 PM BANKRUPTCY HIGH FASHION WOMEN'S OIESS SHOr HAVING DECLARED IANKDUPTCT IS HAVING All ASSETS SOID. OVtl SOC GARMENTS SIZi TO II ON SALE SO 0 OFF. STTIES OF MIAMI, NEW TORK, CALIFORNIA. All STORE FIXTURES MUST GO AS WELL AS A 196 FACTORY AID CONDITIONED CADILLAC HARDTOP. (TO THE HIGHEST IID DER CASH FOR THE CAR NOT RE0UIR-ED. AGENT Will ASSIST IN FINANCING AND TRADE-IN. IF NECESSARY. UN I. I1U, II. nn II Ml ITNI. BOUTIQUE u LA 9 reg. 2.00 .Now 1.33 What. SWEET ADELINES INC. 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