The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 13, 1968 · Page 14
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 14

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1-Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 13, 1968 VJOQLODRiriKI'S Lines From Lake Worth, Lantana 'Everyman Coming To Lakeside it SSl By BETTY LINN Staff Writer A unique theatrical experience is in store for those attending "Everyman," the medieval morality play to be held in the sanctuary of Lakeside United Methodist Church at Lake Osbome Drive and 12th Avenue South, Lake Worth. Presented by the Inspiration flayers, all of whom have had experience in the theater and films, the play will be seen for one night only Sunday, Nov. 24th at 7 p.m. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Doris Sprague at 965-5638. "Everyman" portrays man in his last days of life on earth; a visit from Death sets him thinking about putting his affairs in order so he will be prepared to meet the King of Heaven. He is told he may bring anyone to the grave with him who is willing to come, but one by one his friends refuse to follow him. The Inspiration Players (Pacific Repertory Company) have presented their plays in the chancels of churches since 1966 when they were founded in Santa Monica, Calif. The company has traveled 150,000 miles from coast to coast since then and played more than one thousand performances in churches, school, colleges and military installations. Plays are presented without sets, using few props. The costumes are colorful and the players use whiteface and masks, according to Charles J. Golden, troop director and player. Mr. Golden has had The first sketch night will be conducted at the Lake Worth Casino workshop at 8 p.m. on Friday by Pat Dale. Holy Spirit Catholic Women Tickets are going fast for the fashion show "Fashions Romantique" sponsored by the Hply Spirit Council of Catholic Women to be held on Saturday in the Colonnades Beach Hotel at noon. Reservations must be in by noon on Thursday say the two ticket chairmen: Mrs. Peter Tellex, 585-8822 and Mrs. Edward Duffy at 582-5309. According to Marlena Gallo, fashion director for Burdines, the emphasis will be on holiday elegance. Chairman of the event, Mrs. Russell Maxwell is expecting a good turnout for the luncheon and show. Music Is by the Jay Banks-ton Trio, and cocktails begin at noon. I Chubby I Fashions for i Children ! SIMONS 4 216 Clematis St. 4 West Palm Baach GOLDEN Xi Gamma Beta, Beta Sigma Phi Members and friends of Xi Gamma Beta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will tour the Hickory Farms Cheese store at the Palm Beach Mall at 8 p.m. on Nov. 19th. The Beta Sigma Phi area luncheon will be held at the Boca Raton Hotel's new convention hall on Saturday at noon and members of Xi Gamma Beta plan to attend. Food, donated by members will be given to a needy Palm Beach County Family for their Thanksgiving dinner, and will be delivered by Mrs. James Stenger, service chairman. Donahues To Be Feted Mr. and Mrs. James J. Donahue of Boynton Beach will celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 23. They were both born in Sharon, Penn. and lived there until 12 years ago when they moved to Boynton Beach. They have one dauther, Dorothy Mae, (Mrs. Victor Galsky and one grandson, Larry J. Galsky. Mr. Donahue was crane Inspector for many years at General American, Masury, Ohio; he had been greenskeep-er at Lake Worth Golf Course for six years, and is now seml-retlred. Mrs. Donahue was employed at Sharon Store, Sharon, Penn. for 18 years. Mr. Donahue Is an honorary member of the Knights of Columbus Sharon, Penn. Open House will be held from 1 to 6 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Galsky. Co-hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Victor Galsky. Earlier in the day, the Donahues will renew their wedding vows at a mass at St. Mark's Church In Boynton Beach at 8 a.m. MR. JAMES DONAHUE MRS. JAMES DONAHUE (. PALM BEACH LAKES AY SChOqL i .--ft H?1U 1)V-- lit " ..,T0V I Vi uAs. " " in 4. 40-' YOUR MONIYS WORTH MOM AT WOOLWORTH'S BOYS and GIRLS Ages 3&4 Classes Begin November 25 - May 1969 PROGRAM SWIMMING CLASSES Heated Pool MUSIC Air Conditioned Classroom ARTS and CRAFTS Picnic Area SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS Playground School Director Mrs. Pat Newhart Dave Hall, Asst. Athletic Director, Palm Beach Atlantic College will be teaching the Swimming and Physical Education Program for the Day School. Choice of 3 Schedules Monday, Wednesday, Friday 9:00 - 1 1:30 A.M. $20.00 per month Wee Wisdom Montessori School 1901 SOUTH FLAGLER DRIVE, W.P.B. HELPERS NEEDED: morning classes afternoon dosses driver for a bus EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITIES FOR YOUNG MOTHERS. CALL 833-6483 between 9:00 and 4:00 riln test Plaza Utntttt Street Uataa Shea. Ctr. Pal took kUU Classifieds Try Our Tuesday and Thursday $15.00 per month Monday thru Friday 9:00 11:30 A.M. 9:00 - 11:30 A.M. $30.00 per month CALL DAVE HALL 683-7326 FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS Palm Beach Lakes Swim & Tennis Club 2400 Ware Drive West Palm Beach, Florida CHARLES J. leading roles in many Shakespearean plays as well as modern drama. He has been with the players since early 1967 and In that time has performed in more than 500 plays. Public Library Roy E. Garnett, president of the Lake Worth Library board announced that the following will attend a school for board members held by the Florida State Libraty at Fort Lauderdale's Pier 66 on Nov, 19th: Miss Betty Cox, Lake Worth Public Library librarian, and board members Mrs. Leslie G. Thompson, Mrs. George McWickerandMr. Garnett. Mrs. Minnie Lou Lynch, a public library leader from Oakdale, La., will be the keynote speaker, and Dr. Harold Goldstein, dean of the Florida State University Library School will also appear on the program along with Judge Ray H. Pearson, chairman of the Miami Public Library and F. William Summers, state librarian. A dinner meeting at Pier 66 will be open to all interested citizens; a film "The Hottest Spot in Town" about the explosive world of knowledge, and a talk on The Library and the Community by Fred Welker, Fort La jderdale City Commissioner will complete the program. Reservations should be made with the host library. Rainbow For Girls The annual mystic banquet for holders of the Grand Cross of Color, Order of the Rainbow for Girls will be held on Saturday, at 6 p.m. at Harmonla Lodge, 311 14 Clematis Street, according to Mrs. Merrltt Murphy, mother advisor. The Grand Cross of Color is the highest award in Rainbow, presented to only a few, who have done an outstanding service to an assembly or for a Rainbow Girl. Representatives from all assemblies In the area will take part In the breaking of bread a religious ceremony. Roberta Tolfano of Delray Beach, a member of the state executive committee, grand representative and past worth advisor, will be master of ceremonies for the event. OPEN DAILY 10 KM. 10 P.M. SUNDAY 12 NOON 7 P.M. 1 St. Andrews Bazaar The annual bazaar of the women of St. Andrews Episcopal Church will be held Saturday at the Parish Hall from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Christmas shoppers will be interested in the hand-made items and decorations as well as the bake sale, treasures old and new and jewelry. There will also be a fishpond for the children. The snack bar will open at 11:30 a.m. Mrs. F. W. Boynton is chairman, and Miss Margaret Bo-densteln is president of the Episcopal Church Women. Eastern Star Lucerne Chapter The only November meeting of Lucerne chapter No. 261 order of the Eastern Star will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday at Gulfstream Lodge. Student Loan Night will be observed under the direction of Mrs. Stella Buie, associate matron, and Harold Bute, worthy patron, will bestow the degrees of the Order on Mrs. Dolly Martin and Miss Ruth Tolerlco during an Initiation ceremony. Members of the Order are Invited, says Mrs. Barbara L. Miller, publicity chairman. Lake Worth B&PW The monthly business meeting of the Business and Professional Women's Club of Lake Worth will be held at 8 p.m. Thursday In the First Federal Savings and Loan Building, Lake Worth. Mrs. I.ila Brown, president, will report on the mid-year board meeting of the Florida Federation of BPW Clubs held In October in Miami. Reports will also be received from the members who attended the district 10 meeting in Boca Raton. A summary of the events of Business Women's week will also be heard. Boynton Junior Woman's Club The Boynton Beach Junior Woman's Club's regular meeting will be held Thursday, at 8 p.m. in the Woman's Club Building, 1110 South Federal Highway In Boynton Beach. The program Is sponsored by the public affairs department under the chairmanship of Mrs. James Bynum. "Know the Riches of Preventing Crime" Is the title of the program, which will be In the form of a panel discussion. Participating In the discussion will be Judge Emery J. Newell, Judge of Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court of Palm Beach County, Richard Mooney, Probation Officer and assistant administrator of the same court, and Gerald H. Thompson, chief of police of Boynton Beach. Mrs. Bynum will moderate, and questions will be asked by the following members of the Public Affairs Department: Mrs. Jack Hooker, Mrs. Gary Peach, Mrs. Dewey Sanders and Mrs. Jay Dresser. Hostesses for the meeting are Mrs. Robert Greenwood, chairman, Mrs. John Howell, Mrs. Russell Cralge and Mrs. Jack Hooker. This program is open to guests. Lake Worth Art League The first members exhibit of the Lake Worth Art League will be on display until Nov. 26th at the Strait Museum behind the Lake Worth Public Library, from 2 p.m.' to 4:30 p.m. daily. This show is In miniature with no painting larger than eight by ten inches including the frame. This "mini" show Is something new. Frank Balluffl of West Palm Beach, Judged the show. The ! w u III' Ul Ml 11. 'Ill 111 '1U' Charles Hagn for his abstract. Two honorable mentions went to Betty Moses of Palm Beach for her modern "Jeune Fllle" and to Deborah Jones for her French Flower Market, "Les Fleurs". In the gallery showcases are ceramics and pottery by Kay Dienemann, teacher of ceramics at the Casino Workshop. Also on display are some of the art reference books given to the Lake Worth Library each year by the Art League. 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