The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 19, 1968 · Page 11
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 11

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Palm Beach Post, Tuesday, Nov. 19, 1968-11 Ancestor Search News OfClubs In Action Grave partners Mrs. Trudy Bernhard and Mrs. Sandy Meyer who have an informal art studio in Tequesta. They will demonstrate unusual artistic techniques for home decorating. Mrs. Corabel Morgan of Miami will be guest soloist. Guests are invited to attend. There is no formal membership. Reservations may be made by calling Mrs. Mabel Smith, 844-0912. by today. Coterie Club Miss Maezie Murphy Kline, head of a local modeling agen K Shades & Draperies ft y "We UMifathjrt What Wo $.r "sj I Decorator Window Shadn Cattom Draptriti Witt Indict Shuttirt I Accordion Fold Doort Ymitiaa Hindi Row Rifinithinf o Dieorativi Wovia Wood Dripot Shadot Broadloom Rouaholttiring o For A Decorator Trained Salesperson Call: 68 11 S. Dixie Hwy. W. Palm Beach Phone 582-7994 1941 N. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton 399-8760 a message delivered by a guest speaker. Medical Assistants Medical Assistants wishing to donate blood at the Wednesday meeting of the Palm Beach County Association of Medical Assistants, should be at the Palm Beach Blood Bank. 435 15th St.. at 7 p.m. The meeting will begin at 8 p.m. Christian Women "God Is Fabulous." the book by Frances Gardner of Miami, gives in its title the attitude of excitement that the author shows when she speaks. She will be speaking to the Thursday luncheon meeting of the Christian Women's Club at 11:30 a.m. in Stouffer's Restaurant, downtown Holiday Inn. Miss Gardner is known for her work with youth in the Miami area as well as with women's groups. A special feature of the meeting will be Christmas decorating ideas presented by Try cy, will discuss "tips on charm" at the meeting Thursday of the Coterie Gub of the Palm Beaches at 10:45 a.m. in the Airport Olympus Restaurant. Final plans for the club's Christmas party on Dec. 7 at the Colonnades Beach Hotel will be discussed, and in the spirit of Christmas, each member will donate one dollar or a gift to "Project Cheer," an organization which distributes gifts to patients in mental hospitals. day W.P.B. GARDEN CLUB'S 8th ANNUAL BAZAAR EXTRAORDINAIRE! We've odded to our collection of fine handcrafted gift and holiday d-orotiont. Come for lunch and browse thru Grandma's Attic for uwful articles and home cooked foods and jellies. Be sure to visit our horticultural booth at the Garden Club Center: Nov. 21 and 22 10:00 o.m. 6:00 p.m. Nov. 23 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. West Laitewood Road - DREHER PARK - off Parker Ave. Ford Showrooms: Miami Ptrrsna No. Miami leads Tampa . Lauderdale Pompona lata Raton W. Palm teach .1 JJ at By PHYLLIS MclNTYRE Staff Writer What kind of hobby could find you feet first in an open grave? The Ghouls" Club'' The Body Snatchers" Association? No. a group of the utmost propriety and discernment, the Palm Beach County Genealogical Society, which provides research for organized ancestor chasers. And. is it exciting! Any soul-bound member would tell you that. There are so many opportunities to meet interesting people, and. uh, explore cemeteries, you know. Mrs. Robert Schowe, publicity chairman and ardentgene-alogist, is the veteran of a grave fall in Bedford, Ind., but that time an aged uncle was there to help her out. She receives more than 15 letters a week from people with information about her family or requests for information about theirs. Research methods keep her in constant contact with long-lost relatives and little known town hall records. She cites a specific case concerning the now nationally known Hawkes Family Association, whose members discovered some of George Washington's old papers in a forgotten family briefcase. Locally, the West Palm Beach Public Library has devoted half of its Florida Room to the 400 or so genealogical volumes and family records of the society. The next meeting of the society will be held Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in the Cotillion Room of the Holiday Inn, Palm Beach. At that time Mrs. John Eldridge Smith of Delray Beach will speak on "The Mayflower Colony," an in-depth historical exploration of the original colony members who landed at Plymouth Rock. For reservations contact Mrs. Herbert C. Gee at 833-4171 today. Hadassah Education Day Mrs. Molly Bar-David, author and columnist, will speak at Hadassah's Education Day program on Wednesday at 11:45 a.m.. at Temple Israel. 1901 N.Flagler Drive. Mrs. Bar-David is possibly best-known for her "Diary of an Israel Housewife" which she began in the Hadassah Newsletter during the Siege of Jerusalem and later continued to Hadassah Magazine. 5D annual 1 - iff l- ":JY.. ir o f a m ,7 . I MRS. BAR-DAVID You will be amazed how 1he appearance of your neck will improve by this simple toning method. First pat lemon Jelvyn fckin freshener over the neck to clear away all traces of sallowness and dullness. Then smooth on a film of your moist oil of Olay. The toning, fairing qualities of the beauty lemons and the smoothing effect of the tropical moist oil will soon make your neck one of your finest features. It will give the skin that becoming dewy look and will protect against wrinkle drvness. ...Margaret Merril For f Lovely jjl Neck mi etweffimaW efldamriJkto mmAhmbW erfalejllll SPECTACULAR starts tomorrow at 10:OOon the dot! mm Pi ' i 4 v . .... -.vi . MRS. ANNA MONROE Mrs. Myron Rapaport will narrate a color film. "Masa-da. the Mountain of Memory." and Rabbi Irving Cohen will give a reading of Eleazar's Speech. Mrs. George Broadman and Mrs. William Drier are in charge of the program. American Pen Women "Writing for juvenile markets" wili be Mrs. Helen S. Neal's subject at Wednesday's meeting of the Palm Beach Branch. National League of American Pen Women in the Historical Room of the Flagler Museum. Mrs. Neal has sold stories to juvenile and adult magazines such as "Jack and Jill," "Parents." "Home Lite." "American Home." "This Week." "House Beautiful." "Good Housekeeping." "Better Homes and Gardens." and "Christian Home." among others. Vice-president of the local branch, she is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College and received her MA from the University of Missouri. She is teaching at St. Ann's Episcopal Boarding School in Palm Beach. Mrs. Robert C. Kime. president, w ill preside at the 3 p.m. business meeting which will precede Mrs. Neal's talk. Fidelis Circle K.D.&S. Mrs. Richard Caldwell. 120 Harvard Place, will welcome members of the Fidelis Circle, King's Daughters and Sons, to her home on Wednesday at 1 p.m., and Mrs. Kenneth Conrey serving as co-hostess. Final plans will be announced for the rummage sale to be held at the Lake Worth Woman's Club on Dec. 6 and 7. In charge are Mrs. Lloyd Woofenden and Mrs. Hugh Nickerson as co-chairman. Members who attended the convention in Mount Dora will report. Women Accountants Be prepared for the auditor, ladies! With that in mind, Mrs. Anna R. Monroe will speak at the Wednesday meeting of the American Society of Women Accountants, Chapter 49, to be held in the Marina Inn at7:30p.m. Mrs. Monroe has a local accounting office rid was previously employ jy a CPA in Palm Beach e is a member of the Am an Accounting Association, National Society of Public Accountants and Florida Accountants Association. She holds a Treasury Card which authorizes her to practice before the Internal Revenue Service on all tax matters. P.E.O. 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