The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 21, 1968 · Page 14
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 14

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14 ialm Beach Post, Thursday, Nov. 21, 1963 IN U ' - J' V.; "Pr v rlr .4 V l k ft J 7 THEY WERE THERE - More than 100 women attended the scholarship luncheon. Among them were (left) Mrs. Larry Royal, Mrs. I.L. Price, Mrs. Horace Harris, Mrs. Victor Green, and Mrs. Iz Nachman, all of whom were in charge of the luncheon. COUNTRY CLUBBING - Present at the Belle Glade Woman's Club annual scholarship luncheon held at the Belle Glade Country Club were (left) Mrs. Homer J. Hand, Mrs. Robert Bussey, Mrs. Lois Payne Edwards, Mrs. Richard E. Shoemaker, and Mrs. James A. Ball. i SKTIONI APARTMENTS Luncheon For Fun And Fund ASKEDFORIT! NEW 1x1 Sound lilt arithmetic to you? It's "A New Concept in Condominium Living" BRAN not! Thii it nowtpapor talk for a 1 column by 1 inch ad. Think it't too small to bo noticed? You're reading it . . . aron't you? dj(ertim2jOjr!iiiii--i BREAD November is a wonderful time to do some ristmas Shopping ot Norman's ! FOR SCHOLARSHIP -The Rev. Rod Ruby, formerly a member of the Fred Waring Glee Club, presented a vocal program at the scholarship luncheon, proceeds from which will go to provide a fine arts college scholarship for a local qualified and needy student. Seated with him are (left) his wife; Mrs. Gordon Corbin, who accompanied him; and Mrs. Ruth S. Wedgworth. Sinl Story Me ilain Mighberi. Oily 7 Aprs, pir i(rt. Walkinf dittanci I Shopping Center I TlwKr. CM heuH, foot. Ik. rsaMn. Central Conditioning. City walof and Srwtn. $1 2,490 I Um.-m lath . 2 Ur. I Utk . . . fraa Furnished Model Open 9 AM-i PM Photos By Iz Nachman 235 MAIN BLVD. (S.W. 14th AVE.) BOYNTON BEACH Ph. 732-6632 No Guide For Second Weddings ,;! ' ' On The Glamour Scene 1; Oil v'Jfci p 'Viz I JO be on the festive side, in satin or colored kid. Gloves are unnecessary except in a church. A wedding bouquet isn't an essential of a second-wedding costume, but it is perfectly correct to carry a small arrangement of flowersa nosegay of roses, a bunch of violets or gardenias. No lace paper frills and no lilies or orange blossoms. Don't, please, pin them on the shoulder or handbag, like a provincial clublady. It isn't customary for the second-time bride to leave the reception and change into her going-away costume before the guests leave. A second wedding doesn't call for the ritual of rice and old shoes. smaller, more intimate and informal than the big wedding every young girl dreams of. They take place in a church chapel, private home or hotel suite. A short dress seems more appropriate, although there's no law against a long, simply cut dress with sleeves and a highish neckline. It can be any color you fancy, except, of course, white or black. (Don't blame me if the next headline you read reports some celebrity bride who chose black with a plunge neckline.) The costume should look "finished'' (not just an incidental dress) and rather formal, whether or not there is a hat or headdress. Shoes should later were an adaptation of a pink and silver brocade coat and dress by Manuel Pertegas and a brown velvet princesse dress and coat bordered with mink by Bill Blass. Her red dress was a short version of the big hit of the Dior Paris collection in ruby red silk barathea with a long tight-fitting bodice, gathered skirt and belt of twisted gold ropes ending in jeweled tassels. Most second marriages are By ELEANOR LAMBERT I don't know how it is in your area, but there seem to be as many second marriages as first in New York nowadays. The traditional bridal gown is beginning to play second fiddle in the fashion news. The situation is comparatively new, so no tradition has yet grown up to guide a woman in choosing the dress for her second wedding. Even so, there was quite a stir when Mrs. Anne McDonnell Ford wore a red sleeveless dress for her marriage to California lawyer Deane Johnson last week. Though Anne is in the Best Dressed Hall of Fame and usually knows exactly what she wants, she obviously lost her cool this time. She ordered three different outfits and didn't make up her mind until the day before the wedding. The two she saved for Activities Of Area Clubs Kiddies Toys Christian Women FIND OF THE WEEK You'd never guess it, but you can put these elegant parfait glasses right in your freezer. The design is a hand-etched version of the very old Bohemian vine and weath pattern. Simply beautiful and ours alone! Set of eight, $8.95. Jacobs JEWELERS SINCE 1890 PAIM BEACH MALI Ph. 6837673 also in Orlando and Jacksonville The women of the First Christian Church, 215 gress Ave., will nold a The Salvation Army office is accepting all kinds of trading stamps, in order to bring joys for young children. They will buy toys, and hopefully, with the support of the public, there will be many stamps ... all kinds. Mrs. Dorothy Noble is on the office staff. in this round crazy World we've gone SQUARE! vest Festival Bazaar Thursday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the fellowship hall of the church. On hand will be hand made items, a rummage sale, a white elephant sale, a bake sale, and a snack bar. Mrs. H. J. MacNeil is chairman. Proceeds will go to the church building fund. LANE BRYANT IRAN BREAD 11 M ;r I 4 Art Exhibit Lighthouse Gallery, Gallery Square, in Jupiter-Tequesta will be the setting for the exhibition of community art treasures on loan arranged and assembled by Mrs. George Motherwell and her committee, Friday from 7 to 10 p.m.; Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., and from 7 to 10 p.m.; and Sunday from 12 to 4 p.m., and from 7 to 10 p.m. A sidewalk show may also be seen at the gallery on Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and on Sunday from 12 to 4 p.m. Mrs. Lillian Tutchik, portraitist and muralist, will be available for portrait sketches. Charles Joss, a member of the Puppeteers of America will present his puppet show both days at 2:30 p.m.; Miss Berta Henderson will perform on her guitar on Saturday; and Mrs. Betty Robin will give a palette knife technique demonstration on Sunday at 1:30 p.m. Music, Drama Members of the Music and Drama club of West Palm Beach will have as program leader for today's meeting Mrs. DeWitt Martin. Musical current events will be led by Mrs. Richard F. Kidder, and the hymn of the month selected by Mrs. R. Victor Anderson. Voice, a trio, drama and fellowship will be included in the evening. Miss Katherine Lynd will be hostess for the meeting at her residence, 4415 Washington Road. Altar Society The St. Francis of Assisi Altar Society, Riviera Beach, is planning a Thanksgiving card party for Thursday at 8 p.m. in the school cafetorium. Refreshments will be served and participants are asked to bring their own cards. In charge are Mrs. Norman Shriner, Mrs. Harry Heinley, Mrs. Huey Nolin, and Mrs. Raymond Roche. -HAL5BY& GBIff ITU Offers The Finest SERVICE ON o TYPEWRITERS o ADDING MACHINES YOU CAN DEPEND ON expert CLEANING REPAIRS THE VERY FINEST RENTALS PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE of a That Special Fit 100 NYLON JERSEY Oh, the chic, columnar thirty-ness of it all. The Pointed lengthiness of the collar. The cuffed lengthiness of the sleeves. 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