The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 17, 1968 · Page 36
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 36

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C12-Palm Beach Post-Tl-nes, Sunday, Nov. 17, 1968 Nurses To Hold Heart Workshop John D. Bacon and Dr. John B. Nicholson, both of West Palm Beach; Dr. John A. Swenson, North Palm Beach; Miss Jean Pugh, RN, and Mrs. Mary Alby, RN, both of St. Mary's Hospital; Miss Brozon. associate director of the Visiting Nurses Association, and Enoch K. Sprague, consultant with AmericanOptjcal Co. r i 4 : P.i y Afi A $0M "Aloha ipOfii.irtr Nurses from throughout the county will gather In Palm Beach Tuesday, Nov. 19, for a workshop on care of the surgical cardiac patient. The Heart Association of Palm Beach County is presenting the session in the Regency Room of the Palm Beach Towers beginning at 9 a.m. The program is a sequel to a similar workshop presented to 220 nurses a year ago on the non surgical cardiac patient. "Today's nurse must use increasingly specialized skills to give patients the best of care," says Miss Marion Brozon, RN, chairman of the Nursing Education Committee. "This workshop is not only for hospital nurses, but also public health nurses who today are treating more seriously ill patients in the home." Speakers will include Dr. It's an FRANK A.BENNETT . . . Karen Van Ess MRS. RENE R.ATKINSON . . . Patricia Erissette MRS. STEPHEN E. DECOURSEY . . . Linda Marie Townsend MRS. . . ROBERT P. GOMER . Patricia Taktikos I lotenno Photography Floral Service 4i68 LAKE WORTH RD. WKE WORTH, FLA. 965-1177 Irish World . x.jr if I. 7vi News Weddings inside our shop CEAD MILE FAILTE (100,000 welcomes) To our First Anniversary Celebration All our wonderful customers who have made thi; successful year are invited to register for AN IRISH SWEEPSTAKE OF GIFTS During the week ot November 1 8th, 1968 All our merchandise from the EMERALD ISLE (except WATERFORD FULL-LEAD CRYSTAL AND BELLEEK PARIAN CHINA) will be discounted The LUCK OF THE IRISH abides at Mr. Atkinson Miss Brissette Touring the state are Mr. and Mrs. Rene Robert Atkinson who exchanged vows Saturday, Nov. IB at St. Luke's Catholic Church in Lake Worth. The Rev. father Dorni-nick O'Dwyer officiated at the 10 a.m. ceremony. Mrs. Atkinson is the former Miss Patricia Lois Brissette, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred J. Brissette of 55.31 S. 38th Court, Grecnacres City. Mr. Atkinson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Rob Atkinson of 7.32 S. 12lhSt.,Lantana. Mr. Brissette escorted his daughter to the altar. She wore a full length. A line gown of peau do soie'with lace and pearl appliques featuring wrist point sleeves and a floor length train. Her elbow length veil fell from a heartshaped petal crown outiined in seed pearls. Mrs. Joan Farnell of Dania was matron of honor. She wore a mint green gown with matchingDior bow. Mrs. Donna Atkinson, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Carol Kowalski of Boynton Beach, were attendants. They wor e identical gowns of yellow chiffon with matching Dior bow headpieces. Richard Denoncour of Lan-tana was best man. Ushers misn imponcs SALone titniteu 403 Golf View Drive PH.J99-29.18 Her shoulder length veil was held by a double crown of lace, seed pearls and crystals. Miss Bar bara Carroll of Riviera Beach was maid of honor. She wore a full length empire gown of royal blue velvet featuring a high ruffled neckline. The sleeves were tapered to the wrist and trimmed with a ruffle. Royal blue satin but tons and a satin bow accented the back of her gown. Bridesmaids Included Miss Lynne F.dgar of West Palm Beach, Miss Linda Gllbertsen of Riviera Beach and Miss Pat Gomer, sister of Ihe bridegroom. Their ensembles were Identical to that of the maid of honor. Serving Mr. Gomer as best man was Jeff Meska of Jupiter. Acting as ushers were Jerre Sadler of Lake Worth, John Sweeney of Lake Park and Craig Wilcox of Jupiter. A reception was held at the Ramada Inn, Village on the Green, following the wedding. After a honeymoon trip to the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania, the couple will reside at 304-llth St., West Palm Beach. silver brocade gold brocade black brocade Mr. For your THE ELEQANCE OF tAN EVENING, Mr. Brady Mrs. Shirley Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mc-Carrens of 821 Seasage Drive, Delray Beach and Salter's Point, South Dartmouth, Mass, announce the marriage of their daughter, Mrs. Kath-erine McCarrens Shirley, to Philip H. Brady Jr. of New York City. Mr. Brady is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip H. Brady Sr., winter residents of Palm Beach, of Frost Mill Road, Mill Neck, Long Island, N.Y. The Rev. Dr. Samuel Lindsay officiated the ceremony, attended by the families and a few close friends, Friday, Nov. 15 at 5 p.m. in the Royal Poinclana Chapel, Palm Beach. The bride and groom are traveling to Barbados, West Indies for their wedding trip. They will live in New York City. Mr. DeCoursey Miss Townsend Miss Linda Marie Townsend became the bride of Stephen E. De Coursey Saturday, Nov. 16 at 3 p.m. The Rev. Spencer Aungst officiated at the Community United Church of Christ in Lake Park. Mrs. De Coursey is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell H. Townsend of 154 W. 18th St., Riviera Beach. Mr. De Coursey is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. De Coursey of 2878 Honey Road, Lake Park. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a floor length gown of silk taffeta and chantilly lace with wrist length sleeves. Her scalloped neckline of lace and taffeta was embroidered with pearls. A chapel length train fell from the back shoulder line and her veil was attached to a flowered headpiece decked with pearls. Miss Jan De Coursey, sister of the bridegroom, was maid of honor. She wore a mint green gown of chiffon over taffeta with matching green satin belt and headpiece. Miss Christine Licata of 50!) Par Court, North Palm Beach, was bridesmaid. She wore a pink gown identical in style to that of the maid of honor with matching headpiece. Sidney Metcalfe, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Randy Wilson of Route 2, Perry Ave., Jupiter served as usher. A reception was held at the home of the bridegroom's parents following the ceremony. The couple is traveling through Florida on their wedding trip. They will reside in Juno. Mr. Ferns Mrs. Hall TAMPA The Lutheran Church of Our Saviour was the J SIMON'S 1 a store I v. 0;: for Children j , , 2! CltMik SI. Boca Raton Royal Palm Plaza I facing (lie Golf Voum) Llliel., ltn in the Palm Beach, featuring.. 32 MRS. included Dennis Atkinson, brother of the bridegroom, of Lantana and Charles E. Ra-bon of Grand Ridge. A reception was held at the Elks Lodge on South Dixie Highway, Lake Worth. The couple will reside in Lake Worth after Nov. 20. Mr. Bennett Miss Van Ess Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Van Ess of 20,38 Seventh Court South, Lake Worth, announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Karen Beverly Van Ess to Frank A. Bennett, son of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest W. Bennett Jr. of 360 Jackson Ave., Greenacres City. The Rev. Donald Wlsse officiated at the Nov. 16 7:30 p.m. ceremony at the Lake Worth Christian Reformed Church. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a full length gown of silk taffeta and lace featuring a scalloped neckline and long sleeves. Her train featured layers of matching lace. A petal crown held her shoulder length veil. Miss Barbara Bennett, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Connie Hager attended the bride. They wore identical gowns fashioned along empire lines with olive green bodices and light green sheer nylon skirts. Bill Bennett, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Philip Van Ess, brother of the bride, of Miami, andJohn War ner acted as ushers. A reception was held at the Seabreeze Hotel on the Ocean in Palm Beach following the ceremony. The couple is honeymooning In Tampa and will reside in Homestead after Nov. 19. THE OLDEST FINE JEWELERS IN THE PALM BEACHES 1 jW 1 "A setting Saturday, Nov. 1(1, for the 10 a.m. ceremony which joined In marriage Mrs. Kllza belh Quigley Hall and John F. Fer ns. The Rev. William Moe-ser officiated. The bride chose a blue lace over satin gown with matching mantilla. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Super-chl of Tampa were In attendance at thecerernony. A reception was held at the Causeway Inn in Tampa. The couple Is touring Ihe west coast of Florida. They will reside at 712 Mcintosh Sti, West Palm Beach, after December 1. Mr. (hmer Miss Taktikos St. Ann's Catholic Church was the setting Saturday, Nov. 16 for the 5:30 p.m. nuptial mass which united Miss Patricia Ann Taktikos and Robert Patrick Gomer In marriage. The Rev. Father Leo Gorman, C. P., of the Passionist Fathers Monastery, officiated. The bride is the daughter of Capt. and Mrs. Nicholas D. Taktikos of 403 Anchorage Lane, North Palm Beach. Mr. (Joiner is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Gomer of 7 Cove Road, Jupiter. Given in marriage by her father, tire bride wore a full length, Victorian styled gown of peau satin, designed with a high scalloped lace neckline, A line skirt and wristpoint sleeves. The bodice was appli-qued with lace re-embroidered with seed pearls and crystal beads which tapered from the neckline to the natural wrist. Her detachable circular, chapel length train, which carried out the matching lace motif around its scalloped border, fell from the shoulder line. Well Married CLAIRAC, France (WNS) Marie Anne Castello celebrated her 102nd birthday here with a party for six couples who have passed their golden or diamond wedding anniversaries. "There is so much divorce talk in the world todav that young people should be made more aware of loves that last," she said. The celebrating couples included the Rouzles, 94 and 87, who have been married 67 years; the Carmentrans 91 and 85, married 63 years; the Magnacs, 86 and 85, married 62 years; the Tourons, each 80 years old, married 60 years, and the Alexises, 83 and 85, married 57 years. Mr. and Mrs. Chaise, 82 and 81, were not able to attend because they were honored guests at a golden wedding anniversary given for them by their 16 grandchildren. BLU "5" A I BA3 m SALE $5 RACK I SWIMSUITS I DRESSES Ttlt. 8327990 BUTTONS & BOWS, Inc. 220 SvnriM Avt. 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