The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 17, 1968 · Page 38
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 38

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 17, 1968
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C14 Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 17, 1968 Engaged? Read Rules i I- Brides are requested to use The Palm Beach Post Times wedding publication form so that the resulting story may be complete and accurate. Only weddings occurring the preceding Friday and Saturday will appear in the Sunday Post-Times. Forms for these must be returned to the Women's Department no later than the Tuesday of the week preceding the ceremony. Most photographers are aware of this deadline and will complete bridal portrains which should be submitted with the form. For weddings on other H u e the completed form and photograph must be submitted to the Women's Department two days before the dale of the wedding. Pictures of the bridal couple will be used if submitted, w ith completed form, no later than four days after the wedding. The picture of the couple and the accompanying story will appear either in The Post or The Times. The choice of pa per, in which the story is to appear, will be observed provided space in the Women's Section allows. Persons submitting their en gagement to The Palm Beach Post Times are requested tu use the engagement form provided by the newspaper so that the resulting story may be accurate and complete. tor publication in the K.i day Post-Times, these fm: must be received by the M -m en's Department no later ln..n Tuesday ot the week pr ,!-Ing the desired publh aij,.n date. Photographs may be I with both the engagemc t . i wedding stories provide i r there is three months b- . , the engagement and the of the wedding. If there r- . than three months, thr , spective bride will have V cide if she wishes to u engagement picture or u .i ding picture. . ' Photographs subi,. i should be black and wi ,i , sepia. .if -.-:-.: Xc?rJ V - v' v- .. KEVIN J. SLANE Maureen Sennett ALWAY8 FIRST QUALITY AfflS. RONALD J. PLANK . . .Mary E. Sites Af f.S. MICHAEL F. HUBBARD . . .KrislineJ. Kopel I Weddings SUVITIOX ARMY PICK UP YOUR SAIVAGE FURNITURE, CLOTHING t APPLIANCES. PHONE 832-2835 Mr. Hubbard Miss Kopel Miss Kristine J. Kopel and Michael Fredrick Hubbard were united In marriage Sal- REAK MT If-"' ,,yr , father, the bride t hose a floor length, lace tunic gown in Mexican folk styling with long sleeves and a square neck over her simple sheath. Miss Betty Jean Strickland of Bushnell was maid of honor. She wore a floor length, turquoise velvet gown with long bell sleeves and draped neckline. John Lantrip, step-father of the bridegroom, was best : man. Lynn Wor rell of Orlando served as usher. A reception was held at the church parish hall following the ceremony. The couple is honeymooning in Tallahassee and will reside in Orlando after Nov. 25. Mr. Slane Miss Sennett WEST HARTFORD, Conn.' Miss Maureen Elizabeth; Sennett became the bride of Kevin John Slane in an 11, a.m. ceremony Saturday, Nov. 16 at St. Thomas the Apostle Church here. The Rev. Joseph 0. Murphv performed the ceremony. The bride is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Edward J. Sennett of West Hartford. Mr. Slane is the son of Mr. and Mi s. James 4. AffiS. . . . OF STAY-AT-HOME BOREDOM A. Slane of Hamden, Conn, and formerly of West Palm Beach. Miss Judith Molan was honor attendant. Also in attendance were Miss Jean M. Sennett and Miss Joan M. Sennett, sisters of the bride, and Mrs. Robert S. Guare and Miss Anne F. Sennetl, the bride's cousins. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gowniof silk peau de soie with a high lace neckline. A deep border of Alencon lace accented the skirt and attached chapel train. Her bouffant veil of silk illusion was capped with matching Alencon lace. The bridal attendants wore floor length gowns of royal blue velvet. The jewel necklines were accented with satin and the headpieces were blue satin bows. Edward J. Riley Jr. served as best man for his cousin. Guests were ushered by John C. Cunningham, Joseph E. Sennett, brother of the bride, L. Christopher Weiss 11 and James P. Whitman. Following a reception at Wampanoag Country Club in West Hartford the couple left lor Bermuda. After Dec. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Slane will reside In West Haven, Conn. The bride attended the College of New Rochelle and Columbia University, S"hool of Library Service. Mr. Slane is a graduate of St. Michael's College, Winooski Park, Vt. He is employed by Avco, Lycoming Division in Stratford, Conn, as a foreign license, foreign government contract Let your Arthur Murray Studio put a little fun in your life. E.S.A. The great idea that lets you do your holiday shopping in November . . . pay conveniently in 1969 ! urday, Nov. 16 In a 6 p.m. ceremony at St. Mark's Catholic Church. The Rev. Father James Fetscher officiated. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Kopel of 162 SE 27th Court, Boynton Beach. Mr. Hubbard Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Hubbard of 608 Fairfax Road. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a floor length crepe gown 'with wedding ring collar, wrist point sleeves of Belgium lace and a matching train which fell from the back shoulder line. A pillbox of matching lace held her chapel length veil. Mrs. Allen F. Price was matron of honor. She wore a floor length, empire gown of forest green velvet featuring a scooped neckline and long sleeves. A matching triple Dior bow held her veil. Also in attendance were Mrs. Diana S. Wescott and Miss Mary Susan Small. Miss Holly Christine Kopel was flowe rgirl. The attendants' ensembles were Identical to that of the matron of honor. William Nell Hubbard served as his brother's best man. Ushers included Allen F'rank Price and Joseph Robert Kopel, brother of the bride. Master Charles V. Kopel acted as ringbearer. A reception was held at the Woman's Club at 7 p.m. The couple is touring north Florida. They will reside at 1129 Fleming St., Key West after Nov. 22. Mr. Plank Miss Sites Miss Mary Elizabeth Sites became the bride of Ronald J. Plank in a 5 p.m. ceremony Saturday, Nov. 16 at the Church of the Holy Spirit in West Palm Beach. The Rev. Peter Watterson officiated. Mis. Plank Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert V. Sites of 935 Avenlda Hermosa. Mr. Plank is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John l.antrip of 1701 Lee Road, Winter Park. Given In marriage by her 9 7T Jf Watching (full I V piogiams? Loafing listlessly around the house? You deseive a bettyr break than that. So break all the way out. ..and break into an exiting fun-filled new lite. Go dancing It puts you "in touch" with fascinating, fun people. Fills you with a tt-pimg of well being. Makes you carefree . . . gives you confidence. And the e,w.t way to get in step is at an Arthur Murray Dance Studio. You'll In.' (! i icing f i om your very fiist lesson. 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