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r 1 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 17, 1S68 Cll bonhdence Wins . wr- tW"! i '-fa jF f ' : ik y kr i -r-J ; ,i ' - '.v. : " r "You need confidence In yourself as an Individual," states Marie Taylor Mills, vice president, Mount San Antonio College, Walnut .Calif. Speaking before a seminar for business and professional women Mrs. Mills emphasized, "Life demands that you know yourself first, and that you know your limitations as well as your aptitudes and your capacities. "You sell yourself," said Mrs. Mills, "ii you sell yourself at a bargain price, that's where people will price you. If you sell yourself at a level with them, they price you there. If you go out and sell yourself as a really top-notch person, they take you at that. "There's never been a per son just like you, there's never been the same combination of genes, and there never will be again." When you have the necessary confidence, according to Mrs. Mills, you then have, "a personality that Is secure - one that isn't aggressive, isn't retiring, that knows when in a positive way to move in and be able to get organized and to do things. People will remember you because you have contributed to them, and you have been stimulating to them." ii A U by' K I MBS PELTON MISS BURROWS To Be Wed BURDINE'S MISS RYS 1705 Tropical Drive, Lake Worth, and Clarence Pressgrove of 2 Sioux Lane, Lanta-na. The bride-elect Is a 1965 graduate of Lake Worth High School and is a student at Palm Beach Junior College. She Is employed by the Medical Records Department of the Southeast Florida Tuberculosis Hospital in Lantana. Mr. Penzenik is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Penzenik of 133 N. 13th Place, Lantana. He was graduated from Lake Worth High School in 1964 and was recently discharged from the U.S. Navy. He is employed by Knight Electric Co. in West Palm Beach. A Dec. 13 wedding at the Aloha Wedding Chapel In Lake Worth is planned. Miss Pelton Mr. Rissier CLEARWATER - The engagement of Miss Terry Suzanne Pelton to Henry Albert Rissier is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean F. Pelton. The bride-elect was graduated from Coral Gables High School and from the University of Florida where she was a At Wit's MISS AHLERT ; MissAhlert t J Mr. McLaughlin ', DEERFIELD BEACH -Announcement of the engagement of Miss Mary Ahlert to Robert M. McLaughlin Is made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ahlert of SW First Terrace. . The bride-elect was graduated from Pompano Beach High School and Is employed by Southern Bell Telephone In Boca Raton. Mr. McLaughlin is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William J. McLaughlin of 800 S. Swinton Ave., Delray Beach. He was graduated from Seacrest High School and Palm Beach Junior College and Is a student at Florida Atlantic University in Boca Raton. He Is employed by Bendix Avionics in Fort Lauderdale. AAAAA TO EEE SIZES BE J? PROPERLY FITTED! High Hull, Ml. H..l Flat, KIX SHOK SUMPIES AND CANCfUAI'OIK 333 Vi CLEMATIS W.P B. Phone 832-7664 HR1 The couple will be married Jan. 4, 1969 at St. Ambrose Catholic Church in Deerfield Beach. Miss Burrows Mr. Marsh The engagement of Miss Sandra Jean Eurrows to Richard Lee Mars'.! is announced by her parents; Mr. and Mrs. William Burrows of 735 Franklin Road. The bride-elect was graduated from Palm Beach High School in 1967. She is employed by Domestic Finance Co. ... Mr. Marsh is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Marsh of 5333 Norma Elaine Road. He was graduated from Palm Beach High School In 1968 where he was a reporter for D.C.T. He is employed by F. W. Woolworth's In the Palm Beach Mall as an assistant manager trainee. The couple will be married July 19, 1969 at St. Ann's Catholic Church. Miss Doyon Mr. Richardson LEXINGTON, Va. - Dr. and Mrs. Gerard Maurice Doyon announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Suzette Jeannette Doyon of Miami, to Charles Stafford Richardson. The bride-elect formerly lived In Boca Raton and was graduated from Seacrest High School. She attended Mary-mount College In Boca Raton and received her B. A. Degree in Art from Florida Atlantic nnh t'in 'o ivi ri i University. She Is teaching at Immaculate High School In Miami. Mr. Richardson Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Stafford Richardson of 101 NW 15th St. He attended Florida Presbyterian College and Palm Beach Junior College. He Is employed by Barfield Instrument Corp. In Miami as a technical writer. A Dec. 27 wedding at St. Vincent Ferrer Catholic Church in Delray Beach Is planned. Miss Lamkin Mr. Amyx The engagement of Miss Ann Lamkin to Harold Amyx is announced by uer grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Buleof West Palm Beach. The bride-elect was graduated from Robinson Senior High School In Tampa where she was a member of the "Z" Club for two years. Miss Lamkin Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman J. Lamkin of Tampa. Mr. Amyx Is the son of Mrs. Hattie Amyx of Richmond, Ind. He was graduated from Livingston High School In Kentucky. He was a sergeant in the U. S. Army and served in Vietnam for one year. A Dec. 27 wedding at the Bible Baptist Church in West Palm Beach Is planned. Miss Pressgrove Mr. Penzenik The engagement of Miss Peggy Louise Pressgrove to Michael Adrian Penzenik is announced by her parents, Mrs. Margaret Pressgrove of MISS SMALL He Is presently stationed with the U.S. Army, Sixth Special Force Group at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. A wedding date has not been set. Miss Sheffield Mr. Steele Announcement of the engagement of Miss Linda Jo Sheffield to Bobby Steele Is made by her father, John C. Sheffield of 155 Cypress Ave., Pahokee. The bride-elect was graduated from Pahokee High School In 1964 and is employed by Atlantic Sugar Association. Mr. Steele is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Roe Steele of 901 SE Third St., Belle Glade. He Is employed by Roe Steele Construction Co. In Belle Glade. The couple will be married Dec. 20, 1968. Miss Small Mr. Sepko DELRAY BEACH Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Small of 901 Bondway, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Mary Susan Small to Edward George Sepko. The bride-elect was graduated from Cardinal Newman High School and from Palm Beach Junior College School of Dental Hygiene. She Is employed as a hyglenlst by Dr. E. J. Meredith Jr. of Boca Raton. Mr. Sepko is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Sepko of 4401 State Drive. He attended Cardinal Newman High School and was graduated from Forest Hill High School. He attended Palm Beach Vocational School and Is employed by Burnup and Sims. A winter wedding at St. Vincent Ferrer's Catholic Church in Delray Beach Is planned. dainty heart shape $35 ttOliV TREAT AMt IIOI.lt PRESCRIPTION PER HI MM BOW, Not Wow Have one of Realistic's custom permanents, prescribed for your hair texture alone. Miracle "Noedium" gives just the right stayingpower. Come in or call 833-4481 (or an appointment. BE A UTY SALON, SECOND FLOOR DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH OPEN EVENINGS FOR APPOINTMENT MONDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY CREATIVE BEAUTY SALON 5904 S. Dixie - A MISS SHEFFIELD member of Alpha Delta Pi sorority. She is a teacher at Clear Lake Junior High School on Merrit Island. Mr. Rissier is the son of Mrs. Herbert L. Rissier of 313 Silver Beach Road, Riviera Beach, and the late Herbert Rissier. He was graduated from Cardinal Newman High School and will be graduated in December from the University of Florida where he is a member of Alpha Tau Omega fraternity. A 7:30 wedding Dec. 28 at the Trinity Presbyterian Church of Clearwater is planned. Miss Rys Mr. Ford Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Rys of 144 Longfellow Drive, Palm Springs, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Paula Angela Rys to Gregory Lynn Ford. The brlde-elcct was graduated from Forest Hill High School in 1966 and will" be graduated in December of this year from Palm Beach Junior College whet e she Is past treasurer of the College Civlnettes. She Is employed at the S & H Redemption Center, Southdale Shopping Center. Mr. Ford is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Seth L. Ford or 908 Prosperity Farms Road, North Palm Beach. He was graduated in 1966 from Riviera Beach High School and attended Palm Beach Junior College where he was a member of the Collegiate Civltans. End woman in the Dewey Decimal System." That evening, on cue, my host marched in Harry Reasoner. I felt like a fool. "Did they tell you I have Van Johnson's autograph?" I asked him nervously. "My brother-in-law once had his picture taken with the Andrew Sisters during the war? Vaughn Monroe played at our senior prom." I was prattling. I knew It. But when you've got an obligation to the gang at the library. . . I debated about telling him about Imogene Coca's feet and decided against it. Maybe at our second meeting. I could hardly wait for the second Friday to roll around. "Seen any biggies lately?" asked one of the workers. "Like Don Rickles' barber? Or Lawrence Welk's bubble maker?" I squared my shoulders, "Speaking of Lawrence Welk, Harry was telling me an amusing story about him last week in Fort Worth. . ." Lost In Love BOURNEMOUTH, England (WNS) Honeymooners Stephen and Janice Bush checked into a local hotel on their wedding day, then went for a walk along the aea before supper. When they had finished strolling arm In arm, they could not find their way back to their hotel, nor could they remember the name of it. "Our thoughts were on other subjects," explained the bride to the police, and the pair were put up at the Salvation Army for the night. 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"I saw the feet of Imogene Coca under a booth in Cleveland." "That was last year. You told us that already." "Oh, I did, didn't I? Did I tell you in New York I met the brother of a bum who once mugged Mayor Lindsay? Or the bellhop at the Americana who says hello to Pearl Bailey? I once wrote to Shana Alexander of LIFE magazine." (No, she never answered. ) "If you're a syndicated columnist, why don't you know Ann Landers? Dear Abby? He-loise?" "If you must know, I'm aloof!" I said, nervously fingering my rubber stamp. The truth of the matter is I don't know anybody and nobody knows me. I was once mistaken for Bob Consldine but that is as close to notoriety as I ever came. That was beforp I visited Fort Worth last month. Then I knew I had to be aggressive. My favorite CBS commentator, Harry Reasoner, was staying at the hotel next to mine. A large sign on front of the building welcomed him to Fort Worth. 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