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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 10

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Tuesday, November 12, 1968
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10 Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 12, 1968 Children's Letters To God Clubs In Action Polynesian Show And Luau Saturday tennial Grange No. 204 on Thursday from noon until 4 p.m. at Sunset Ridge Park, X. D St. and 14th Avenue N. Those attending are asked to bring a dish to pass, table ser-' vice, and an article for the penny table. The next business meeting will be held for an open instal-. lation of new officers at First Federal Savings am; Loan Association, 1300 Lanta na Road, Lantana, Vedne day, Nov. 27, at 7 p.m. Grange members an? friends are welcome at boil:, events. i "ere pr; C. John Bartholomew Tucker will judge the hula contest and Tony Bell and Gary Dean will he M C.'s with Elana Lescard. Mrs. Mauri H. Knaab and Thomas H. Shobe, members of the church, will sing "Kekall-neau", the Hawaiian Wedding Song, in Hawaiian. Proceeds will go to the church building fund. For tickets contact Jay Jenkins, bishop, at 3735 South Dixie. The Hartung Lodge is located at No. 1 Broadway, Riviera Beach. Secretaries Association "Where there's a will there's a way" will be the topic of attorney William J. Pfaffen-berger's speech this evening at 6:30, in Stouffer's Restaurant, before members of the Palm Beaches chapter National Secretaries Association. By PHYLLIS MCDiTYRE Stall Writer Imagine Puaa (pig), sweet potatoes, and com cooked in the ground to simmering perfection beneath a golden Polynesian moon as throaty-voiced Polynesian singers and fearless fire dancers entertain in the background. The Church of Jesus Christ ol Latter Day Saints will provide area residents with the opportunity to savor these Polynesian delicacies Saturday at C:30 p.m., In the Har-tung Lodge, Riviera Beach, with a Polynesian Luau starring entertainers from near and far. Oa Mansfield and Tamio Mansfield (fire dancer) of the Maori Village will be there, as will Kapiaolani Miles, Sahara, Las Vegas; Lani Lii, Carillon, Miami Beach; Ruita, Mai Kai, Fort Lauderdale; Sizou, Bora Bora, San Francisco; Sizou Jr., Papaete, Tahiti; and Ilise, Tonga. chid gardens in the area from West Palm Beach to south Miami, and to the Fairchikl Tropical Gardens. Mrs. Lewis Vaughn will preside at the meeting Thursday for election of officers, announcements concerning the Christmas dinner meeting, a display of orchids by members, an artistic example o; orchids in use, and refreshments. DAC Santa Margarita Remember to bring something for veterans when you attend the Thursday meeting of the Santa Margarita chapter, Daughters of the American Colonists, in the home of Mrs. John B. Nicholson. Members will plan the program for the year. Junior Honor Society, Lantana "Dean Applebee's School t", Girls?", a play written an. produced by the Junior Honor Society of Lantana, will part of the entertainment ,i the society's open hou Thursday, at 7:30 p.m.. a -Lantana Junior High School. This will provide parents ;!:. opportunity to meet teachci-and become more famiUv with the school and its pi -gj-ams. Refreshments witl :, served. Centennial Grange 204 A pot luck picnic is on tlu agenda for members of Cen .he. 1968. ,,-,t- Kinj Features Syndicate, Mr. Pfaffenberger Is with the law firm Cromwell. Rem-sen and Pfaffenberger, Riviera Beach. He is a member of Real Property and Probate Section of the Florida Bar and Co-chairman Condominium and Cooperative Committee of the Real Property, Probate and Trust Law Sections of the Florida Bar. Secretaries and their employers are invited. For dinner reservations call 844-1208. Xi Beta Alpha Beta Sigma Phi Mrs. Donald Ogden will present a program on Florida at the meeting this evening at 8 of the Xi Beta Alpha Chaoter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority in her home, 1408 Parterre Drive. After the business meeting a Stanley Party will be held as a ways and means project. Kings Daughters, Fidelis Circle The Florida Branch of the International Order of Kings Daughters & Sons Is being entertained by the Mount Dora Circle at the 22nd state convention to be held Wednesday and Thursday in Mount Dora. Those attending from the Fidelis Circle of Lake Worth are Mrs. R.H. Nlckerson, president; Mrs. Charles Harrison; Mrs. William Cook; Mrs. John Zimmerson; Mrs. Howard Hicks; and Mrs. Hugh Nickerson. This religious, educational and philanthropic organization awards scholarships to women preparing for the nursing profession. Lake Park Garden Club For fun and games come to the Lake Park Garden Club party on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Friendship Hall, Community Church. What. . .Where. . .When representative from Lion Country Safari? A three-toed sloth? A cross-eyed boa constrictor? Members of Women in Construction ol the Palm Beaches will find out Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the Marina Inn, when John McMahon talks to them. WIC's Is the local chapter ot a national organization ot women employed in the offices of architects, contractors, building material suppliers, and trade services associates with the construction industry. Interested women who would like to attend this meeting an welcome and should make reservations by calling Mrs. W. P. Storm at 967-1597. Plans are also being made for a rummage sale to be hek: Friday and Saturday at the Lake Worth Woman's Club. Federal Highway, Lake Worth. Proceeds from the sale will be used for the WIC's Christmas party for underprivileged children, to be held this year in the National Guard Armory on Dec. 21. Orchid Society For twenty-five years Gordon Dillon was editor of the American Orchid Society Bulletin and is now executive secretary of the American Orchid Society and director of publications. Mr. Dillon will be in the are. to participate in the join-meeting of the Eastern Orchii Congress and the Florida-Caribbean Orchid Association Thursday through Sunday a' the Deauville Hotel, Mian,: Beach. He will speak at ;lu banquet which follows an ai;-day lecture program Saturday and at which he will also take part. Other lecturers that day Include Dr. Yoneo Sagawa, professor at the Universitv of Hj wall; G. C. K. Dunstervllle. author of books on Venezuela-orchids; and Dr. Hernia-Sweet of Tufts University L; Massachusetts. On Friday and Sunday lu-tours will take registrants tc private and commercial or & WIG BOUTIQUE 4 LAKE WORTH CHAPTER 46 Women of the Moose at the Moose Home 428 So. "H" Street, Lake Worth, 8 p.m. LADIES! DO YOU KNOW WE (AN REPAIR YOUR VENETIAN BLINDS TO LOOK LIKE NEW Pick Up one! Delivery JOHN TURNEY, Owner QUALITY CRAFT Venetian Blind Mgf. Co. 529 25th St. TE2-2274 WEDNESDAY Nov. 13 JUNO WOMAN'S CLUB cancer clinic at the Juno Clubhouse J uno Road 10 a.m. p.m.; Wise Size at Kinder Kol-lege Lake Park 7:30 p.m.; Riviera Tops, Riviera Recreation Hall, 8 p.m. CIVIL AIR PATROL Group 5 at the PBIA Bldg 1064 8 p.m.; Forest Hill Cadet Squad PBIA Bldg. 1062 7 p.m. FLAGLER CHAPTER 282 O.E.S. at 262 Sunrise Avenue, 8 p.m. , WOMEN OF THE MOOSE CHAPTER 938 Moose Hall 835 Belvedere Road, 8 p.m. LIMITED TIME ONLY FALLS-WIGLETS-WIGS NOW AT PRE SEASON PRICES. . and ... let us recc:;di;'in THOS" TIRED ONti! 832-7579 137 BRADLEY PI. CATHOLIC YOUNG ADULTS CLUB Of the Palm Beaches at Fidelity Federal Savings and Loan Association, 45th and Broadway, 8 p.m. SOUTHERNAIRS SQUARE DANCE CLUB dance Haverhill Town Hall 4.585 Charlotte Street, 8 p.m. TOPS CLUB CHAPTERS Pound Pushers chapter 22 at Major League Lanes Lake Worth, 10:30 a.m.; Ounce Bouncers Chapter 10 at the CDA Hall 537 Pine Terrace 8 W lit'ii Shopping L'se P-T Classified SYRIAN LEBANANON AMERICAN CLUB at the Clubhouse, 8 p.m. LOYAL ORDER OF MOOSE LODGE 1257 at Moose Lodge 208 S. E. 9th Avenue, Boynton Beach, 8 p.m. SIDEWINDERS SQUARE DANCE Remuda Hall Military Trail, 8to 10:30 p.m. ARE COMING! RQS&S NORTH PALM BEACH GARDEN CLUB at the Senior Social Bldg. North Palm Beach coffee, 9 a.m.; meeting 9:30 a.m. Wee Wisdom Montessori School 1901 SOUTH FLAGLER DRIVE, W.P.B. HELPERS NEEDED: morning classes afternoon classes driver for a bus EXCELLEM' Ol'PORILMTIES FOR YOUSG MOTHERS. CALL 833-6483 between 9:00 and 4:00 NOV. 14th-15th-16th HOMEMAKERS HOME DEMONSTRATION CLUB at the Mounts Agricultural Center Military Trail, 10 a.m. WW's SOUTHDALE SHOPPING CENTER Between Parker Ave. & Lake Ave. on Southern Boulevard What kind of "surprise" could be provided by a field BRAILLE CLUB clubhouse 4801 Dixie Hwy , noon to 3 p. m. WEIGHT WATCHERS of Palm Beach County Inc. Boynton, Beane Exterminating Company 502 E. Ocean Avenue, 9:30 a.m.; Fidelity Federal Savings and Loan 45th and Broadway, 9:30 a.m.; office 3733 S. Dixie Hwy, 1 p.m.; Del-ray Beach First Federal Savings and Loan 7:30 p.m.; Lake Worth Women's Club 20 So. Federal 7:30 p.m.; office 3733 So. Dixie 7:30 p.m. NORTHWOOD LIONS AUXILIARY Of West Palm Beach with Mrs. Vaughn Rudnick 3717 Australian Court. In-Gathering Of Gifts For Migrants On Tap EPSILON XI CHAPTER Beta Sigma Phi Fidelity Federal Northlake Blvd., 8 p.m. w ? .---f double knit braided dress WSCS OF GOOD SHEPHERD METHODIST CHURCH 2341 So. Military Trail official board, 7:30 p.m. XI DELTA THETA business meeting at the home of Laurie M. Wichelns, 1007 Hensen Street, 8:15 p.m. BRITISH AMERICAN CLUB First Federal Southern Blvd., 8 p.m. WOMEN OF THE MOOSE Games party at Moose Hall 835 Belvedere Road, 8p.m. PILOT CLUB BUSINESS MEETING Lounge of First Federal Savings and Loan Association 301 Southern Blvd., 7:30p.m. Reservations must be made through each key woman in all churches affiliated with Church Women United, o: called Into the church office bv the 12th. The Rev. August H. Vanden-Bosche has been called to the position of executive director of the Florida Christian Migrant Ministry and has taken over his duties at the Orlando headquarters. He was with the Florida Council on Human Relations In Miami prior to the present office for the ministry. The meeting is open to the public, according to Mrs. C.L. Meebold, president. ROYAL POINCIANA COURT in Northwood Masonic Temple 8 p.m. Double knit ocelot dress embroidered with Soutache braiding y Timely Fashions. Comes in Black or Blue with Black braiding. y PAST NOBLE GRANDS ASSOCIATION at IOOF Hall, 8 p.m. B.P.O.E. Lodge 1352 5th and Olive; 8p.m. Church Women United in th Palm Beaches, a unit of tht national movement, will hok. an "In-gathering" of gifts for the migrants of Palm Beach County with a program on Friday. All gifts should be received unwrapped and if clothing, marked as to size. Clothing is needed for all ages between 1(4 to 14 years. Toys are requested, as well as cash, so that authorities in the migrant area may purchase at wholesale prices the recreational equipment most of the camps need. The in-gathering will begin at 9:30 a.m., followed by the program at 10:30, at the Church of the Holy Spirit, 10OS Allendale Road. Speaker will be the Rev. James Wiggins, on the staff of the Florida Chris tlan Migrant Ministry, who has Just spent the summer traveling with migrant families as they left Palm Beach County to work their way to New York. Chairman for the day is Mrs. John P. Daniel, and presiding will be co-chairman. Mrs. Ross Crosby. Luncheon will follow the program and chairman Is Mrs. Phil Rowe. VERY PERSONALLY YOURS What could be more appropriate for your bridesmaid's gifts than a Kirk sterling bracelet with her own initials. In fact, why limit it just to bridesmaids. It's a good gift idea for anyone on your list. $9. Engraving extra Piano Concert Set For Sunday i sizes 14'2to26V SI $ Drnrini Spowofoo1 Ywr Owbir ( Ummm 1 Jacobs JEWcLERS SINCE 1890 PALM BEACH MALL Ph. 683 7673 oho in tlrlando and Jacknnnnllt "Valse Oubllee" by Franz Liszt will be played and the program will end with Debussy's " Jardins Sous La Plule". The public is Invited ant. there will be no admissio-i charge. A free-will offering will be taken to benefit We( Wisdom School and an Informal lea will follow in the fellowship quadrangle. 520 T 17 A piano concert will be presented at 4 p.m., Sunday, a' Unity of the Palm Beaches. 1957 South Flagler Drive. Mrs. Marlene Sadlon Woodward, West Palm Beach pianist, will open her program with Beethoven's "Sonata Opus 111", written in 1822 and the last of this composer's piano sonatas. Hugh Albee, tenor, accon: panied by Sylvia Bernet, organist, will sing two numbers, the music for which was written by Mrs. Woodward. The first will be "Flower Child" b James D. Freeman, followed by "Quite Forsaken" (D.H. Lawrence). Three Chopin numbers are on the program. "Etude, Opus 10 No. D"; "Fantaisie Impromptu Op. 66", and "Scherzo-Opus 20". LANE BRYANT You bet it's a good feeling ! Open Mon. 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