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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 40

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S3SSSSSi:W:WS::::::s C lfr-Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 17, 1968 WfiPtWoo"i""ot'""oo""""",""""," oOMaaeooaao s i fit Lines From Lake Worth And Lantana Books For The Children AIH KH I'ISKMFM Town, Country Garden Club CHILDREN'S LIBRARIAN Mrs. Mildred Scherer, new children's librarian at the Lake Worth Public Library, shows David Goode one of the 400 new books to be placed on the shelves to mark Children's Book Week, November 17-23. Complexion Beautifier The complexion takes on a peaches. andcrcam look through the use o( a tropica' moist oil with remarkahlt beautifying properties. It is is ontonic in action, assisting th plasma colloids Ithe skin's a ter carriers) to retain a balanc ed moisture level at the skin's surface, so that the complexion acquires a florious bloom. Smoothed over the lace and neck before make-up is applied: this moist oil of Olay helps the skin to enjoy clear loveliness. Ask your drucijist for a supply for your personal needs. . . . Margaret Merril OPEN to(),. TIII KS. FRI. NITESBY A PPT. BK.AL'TY AND WIG SALENS Phone SlU 43 ism v- m i -vX ajjjgj jjS- Sl iL 'M By BETTY LINN Staff Writer To mark the arrival of Chll-Jren's Book Week, November 17-23, Lake Worth Public Ll-Drary will shelve around 400 lew children's books says Mrs. Michael Scherer. Mrs. Scherer, the new children's librarian, did graduate work at Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio, and worked in libraries in Tucson, Ariz, and Grand Rapids, Mich. By the end of May the Children's Library and Museum will be moved Into the Strait Museum (connected to the present library building) which will allow them more room to spread out and to show a shell collection, lent by the Palm Beach Countv Shell Club, a collection I love it! The best-of-all for wall-to-wall. Or spots and paths. Fluffs up matted-down napl Brightens colors. Only 1 a sq. ft. Easy! Rent sham-pooer for $1 a day. INGRAM'S HI PARK AVE., IAKE PARK 740 IEIVEDERI RD., W.P.I. FARMERS MARKET, WEST PAIM BEACH 1400 lANTANA RD., IANTANA I Lustre I I CARPET I ySHAMPOOy of stuffed birds, on loan from the Audubon Society and a small collection of dolls, formerly owned by Lake Worth pioneers. Several children's groups will visit the library during the week: Mrs. George McWick-er"s Brownie Troop, Miss Laura's Playschool and a group of pre-school children sponsored by the Lake Worth Junior Woman's Club, which will include the Palm Springs PTA Kindergarten, directed by Mrs. Norma Tanner, assisted by Mrs. Linda Baker. B.P.O. Does Nine candidates are eligible for B.P.O. Does, Lake Worth Drove No. 146 Initiation Monday, November 25, at 8 p.m. December 9 will be the election of 1969 officers. Springtime World Trip A couple who followed springtime around the world have recently returned to their Lakeside Point Gardens Condominium apartment. The Jonathan F. Marshmans traveled below the equator on their second globe-circling trip from England to the Canary Islands, to Capetown, South Africa "one of the most beautiful harbors in the world, with a table-topped mountain as backdrop," say the Marsh-mans Australia, New Zealand and the South Sea Islands. The Polynesian prime minister of the Cook Islands came aboard in Auckland, New Zealand and sat at their table until he and his entourage debarked at Raratonga, the capital. Mrs. Marshman was presented with a delicate necklace made of tiny shells. The Marshmans plan to give a travel-talk with slides to residents of the condominium. pah coast mnm run mt Lovable as a little French pooch, me set stays in.' "Poochy" Cot, Permanent & Set complete, 10.50 card party Friday, November 22, at 7:30 p.m. at the Clubhouse, 20 South Federal Highway. The public is invited. JFK Hospital Auxiliary The Auxiliary of JFK Memorial Hospital will meet in the Conference Room of the hospital Tuesday, November 19. Coffee will be served at 10 a.m., with the business meeting at 10:30 a.m. 1 X MM CUSTOM PIIM MUCH SPKIAl At tM HON., TUtS., WID. t TNURS. WIOS-FAUS-WIGUETS-CASCADES see our complete line in all colors! STYUST SLIGHTLY HIGHER mas bake sale and bazaar, November 23, at the Palm Springs Shopping Center from 9 a.m. 'o 2 p.m. All Items will be home made. A semi-annual project of the chapter Is taking coloring books, crayons and story books to the children's ward at Bethesda Hospital. Christian School Guild , The season ticket campaign for the Travel and Adventure Series, sponsored by the Lake Worth Christian School Guild, is currently underway. Six full-color movies, narrated by different adventurers who filmed the areas will be shown. The opening program is "Exploring Poland," by Stan and Irene Paulauskas Saturday, November 30th at the Lake Worth High School Auditorium at 8 p.m. "Nova Scotia," narrated by William Kennedy; "Life in India," by John F. Johnson; "The Grand Tetons" by Julian Gromer; "America of Thee I Sing," by Robert Brouwer: "Hostellng in Germany," narrated by Robert Q. Ostlund make up the rest of the series. Season tickets may be obtained by calling Mrs. Norman Pylman at 965-6688 or Mrs. John Setsma at 967-1577. Lake Worth LAST DAY See for Yourself if You're Qualified to Train for High-Paying Computer Age Career! The Town and Country Garden Club of Lake Worth is having a speaker, W. W. Tatgen-horst, Jr. of Atlanta, on civic development at their meeting Monday, November 18th, at 1 p.m. at the Lake Worth Woman's Club. Mr. Tatgenhorst has been president of the North Decatur Youth Association, member of the executive board of the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts, chairman of the Heart Implant Fund Committee, honorary lifetime member of the Alabama, Florida, Tennessee and Mississippi Federations of Garden Clubs and Jaycees Young Man of the Year in Greensboro. Mayor Robert Johnson of Lake Worth and members of the city commission have been invited to attend. After the program, a tea will be held in Mr. Tatgenhorst's honor. C.W.F. The Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church of Lake Worth will meet in the Fellowship Hall at 301 North J street Tuesday, November 19, at 9:30 a.m. After morning coffee, with Mrs. A. Fauble and Mrs. Joseph Lessard as hostesses, the program, "A People Visit," in charge of Mrs. M. Hahn will take place. According to Mrs. William Halne, president of the overall C.W.F., visitors are welcome. Michigan Club A pot luck supper, sponsored by the Michigan Club, will be held at the American Legion Hall, Lake Worth Tuesday, November 19, at 5:30 p.m. The club invites all those interested to come and get acquainted. This club meets each week and during the winter season pot lucks and dances alternate. Today's "dine-out" will be held at the Park Lane Cafeteria at 4 p.m. Woman's Club Of Lantana A covered dish luncheon will be held by the Lantana Woman's Club Tuesday, November 20, at 12:30, with Mrs. George Stanley, Mrs. Russell Alle-baugh and Mrs. Herbert White as hostess committee. Mrs. Eugene Haughton, past president of the Fort Pierce Woman's Club, will speak on "Americanism versus Communism." Any Interested person is invited to attend both luncheon and speech or Just the program. The clubhouse Is located on E. Ocean Avenue near the bridge In Lantana. Teen Miss Contest Karen Anne Louise Parker, daughter of the Robert W. Parkers was a semi-finalist in the Miss Teenage America contest and has received a certificate of award in recognition. Karen, a senior at Lake Worth High School, was awarded a letter for scholastic achievement. She Is in the top five per cent of her class, is a member of the National Forensic League, secretary of the Speech Club, and first runner-up In the Miss Lantana contest last year. New Jersey Club The New Jersey Club will meet at Sunset Park at noon for a "bring your own lunch" get-together and cards. All New Jerseyites are Invited to attend. For more Information, call Mrs. Mary Henning, Sec-' retary at 582-3010. Xi Kappa Beta Sigma Phi The XI Kappa chapter of Beta Sigma Phi (An international sorority for young women In search of social and cultural activities) will award the Order of the Rose degree to Miss Madeline Garrett, for 15 years membership In the group. The Exemplar degree will be given to Mrs. Clifford Ripley and Mrs. R. G. Mueller, for four years of active service in the organization. This will take place at the home of Mrs. John Bartz, 170 Auburn Drive, Lake Worth, Tuesday, November 19, at 8 p.m. American Legion Auxiliary The Vogel-Lee Unit 47 American Legion Auxiliary will hold a civil defense meeting November 18. at the Amer lean Legion Home, Lake Worth. Major A. L. Fullerton, Palm Beach County deputy director of civil defense, will speak. Major Fullerton was captured in World War II and was in the tragic Bataan Death March. Later, while being transported from Manila to Japan, he had two prison ships bombed from under him. Recaptured, he was taken to Japan to a prison camp where he stayed until the end of the war. During this ordeal, Major Fullerton went from 165 to 85 pounds. At the November 20 meeting of the unit, a plastics party will be held In addition to a flower, candle and white elephant sale. Members should bring a white elephant. The public is Invited between the hours of 7-10 p.m. Marian School Auxiliary A Triumph Charity Ball for the benefit of Marian School for Retarded children will be held at the Boca Raton Hotel and Club Sunday, November 24 with cocktails at 6 p.m. and dinner entertainment and dancing from 7 to 11 p.m. For reservations, call Mrs. Emerson Dougherty at 582-0194 or Mrs. Edward Cunningham 582-5485. Lions Auxiliary Of Lake Worth The Lake Worth Lions Auxiliary will meet at the home of Miss June Boutwell Monday, November 18, at 8 p.m. An Interesting evening has been planned by Mrs. Fred Skir-row, program chairman. Beta Kappa Beta Kappa chapter of Beta Sigma Phi is holding a Christ- M Register Now for Our "TitJ-HOUl TRY0UT" Introduction to Computer Programming only Woman's Club The Woman's Club of Lake Worth will have an evening . . i- 329 Worth Ave. Palm Beach 5 Two-Hour Daily Classes . . .Morning or Evening. . . Starting Monday, Nov. 18 History of Data Processing IBM Aptitude Test EDP Demonstration! Flow Chart Processing Career Analysis Tests Popl. (ram alt walVi of lilt can train for thii Spat Ag skill. . .preparing for tarterc thai pay up t $12,000 and mort a year. If you'rt a high ithool graduate or tquivaloni. . .ago II lo 45. . .you owo II lo yourself to loarn your own qualification! and aptitude for data preceuing. . .and the rewarding opportunitiot It may hav for you! All Inclusive Fee Covers Everything Call or Mail Coupon Today to Register for Tryout Now! M Martha knows the coatdress. When the going is hectic, this is the fashion that makes the scene, keeps you on course looking bandbox fresh and poised. The linen-look fabric keeps its crisp. Powder blue, yellow, beige, brown, navy or white, in two swinging versions. Sizes 4 to 16, $70. A Villager sweater makes a very warmhearted gift . . . give one to your very best friend, and give yourself one too, you deserve it. There are lots and lots of colorful VILLAGER sweaters just right for gifting now at 683-4444 2535 OKEECHOBEE BLVD. TOO LATE FOR MAIL IF YOU DESIRE TO ATTEND REPORT TO MORNING CLASS 10 A.M. TO 12 A.M. OR EVENING CLASS 7:30 P.M. TO 9:30 P.M. 2535 OKEECHOBEE BLVD. ! ;S I 31 fto&ix. 230 Worth Avenue i i

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