The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 24, 1968 · Page 34
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 34

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Sunday, November 24, 1968
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Ci Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 24, 1968 n Twelve Young Women Will Bow To Society t I. U.III 11 I IIIIIIWI s f . ' w I J i' ' 't I. ? ii : i t : 'I i f ft' v ' 1 I v -i LJ PAMELA BLANK K A THERINE BOYNTON LELIA CARROLL CHRISTINE DOWNEY JANET JONES CHRISTINE KAUPE -"ft , - f '' i k v U I ' -fM Hi t, -w Ah v4 V r Mi Jim t Tr. 1 v ' V K,r "l. , i' GALEN EM EC " " JAYMEMAYS DIANE MONTGOMERY Pi4tLA RAIDLE PATRICIA WEEKS VCTOffA WRIGHT " " ttM Opera Cotillion Planned For Dec. 28 east Florida. Her board memberships include Palm Beach Mental Health Association, the Red Cross chapter of Palm Beach county, the Heart Association of the county, and the Palm Beach chapter of the Epilepsy Foundation. As the debutantes perform the graceful cotillion figure, Helene Tuchbreiter will be be presented the night of Feb. 28th. Mrs. Tuchbreiter said last year's cotillion was one of her most challenging personal and social projects. "It is a rewarding night, as I watch these charming and excited debutantes make their formal bows," she said. A prominent Palm Beach resident. Mrs. Tuchbreiter is recognized for her advancement of cultural, charitable and civic affairs. She has graced many local benefits, such as the 1967 Palm Heart ball and the 1965 American Red Cross Ball, each of which she chairmannedLast year she was honorary chairman for the Breath of Life ball of the Tuberculosis and Respiratory Disease Association of South t i I1' 'jtt I J 'i-i One dozen authentic American beauties will be presented in formal entrance to society, on Saturday evening. Dec. 28th. The setting will be the Grand Ballroom of the Breaker's Hotel, and the occasion for the debut will be the Opera Cotillion. Plans for the formal debut again are in the hands of Mrs. Roy Tuchbreiter. who directed the cotillion last season. The spotlight of the evening will be upon the bouquet of lovelies, twelve young women with the coveted designation of debutantes. For each young girl, the evening will climax a series of social affairs, including teas and luncheons. The first will be on Nov. 30th, when Mrs. Tuchbreiter will entertain at a mother-daughter tea in her home on South Ocean Boulevard. Announced as debutantes are: PAMELA 1IELLIN BLANK Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Blank. 122 Forest Hill Blvd.. West Palm Beach. Ala. Student at Auburn University, Alabama. DIANE MARIE MONTGOMERY - Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Emerson Montgomery, 215 Rilyn Dr., West Palm Beach. University of South Carolina in Columbia. GALE BARTLETT NEMEC Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Nemec. 1438 N. Ocean Blvd., Palm Beach. Reinhardt College. Welaska.Ga. PAULA AME RAIDLE -Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Raidle, 501 N. Lake Way, Palm Beach, and attending Lovola, New Orleans, La. PATRICIA ALICE WEEKS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weeks Jr., 602 N. Atlantic Dr., Lantana. and attending Stuart Hall, Staunton. Va. VICTORIA ANN WRIGHT Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Wright, 930 S. W. Mulberry Way, Boca Raton. Student at LaSalle Junior College, Auburndale, Mass. The magnificent and opulent "Lucia di Lammermoor," will Berry College student, Mount Berrv.Ga. KATHERINE ELIZABETH BOYNTON - Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Bovn-ton. 1649 E. Main St., Paho-kee. Attends Wesleyan College. Macon, Ga. LELIA KATHLEEN HOL-DEN CARROLL - Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace E. Carroll, Lake Forest. 111., University of Denver. Colo. CHRISTINE DOWNEY -Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Downey, 232 Essex Lane, West Palm Beach. Mary-mount College, Arlington. Va. JANET MAUREEN JONES Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Gus W. Jones, 215 Worth Ct., West Palm Beach. School, Loyola University, New Orleans. CHRISTINE WYNNE KAUPE - Daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Kaupe. 209 Mockingbird Tr., Palm Beach. Marymount College coed. Boca Raton. JAYME CAMPBELL MAYS Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Mays, Pell City, i COMPLEX OF FINE RESTAURANTS i Captain's Cabin Tavern on the Green Coffee Shoppe The Wharf Publick House .invites you to enjoy IKfaootfcZnSr. with the whole family" COTILLION DIRECTRESS - Mr. Roy Tuchbreiter again will be in charge of the Opera Cotillion Ball, Dec. 28, in the Grand Ballroom of the Breakers Hotel. Thanksgiving Day Dinner 11:30 a.m. to 9:00 p.m, -S Complimentary cocktaH for adults Fruit punch for youngsters Individual Style Trend For Today's Debutante BURDINE'S Choice of Soup or Juice SOUPS: Chicken ala Rehnie JUICES: Apple Tomato French Onion Grapefruit Cranberry Grape Roast Young Turkey with Chestnut Stuffing. ..Giblet Gravy $3.25 Virginia Baked Ham. .. Champagne sauce $3.25 Roast Prime Rib of Beef, Au Jus $4.95 Broiled Fresh Florida Pompano $4.75. Hubbard Squash Creamed Pearl Onions String Beans Hot Mince Pie with Hard Sauce Pumpkin Pie Fruit Compote Assorted French Pastry in debutant dresses had been the Empire silhouette, except for girls from the American Southern, who have a tradition of pre-Civil War styles. Hairdos had gone from the rather shapeless look of the early 'fifties to the shoulder-length flip-end style to the bouffant. In the last couple of years, however, the girls went for the elegantly piled curls of the 18th century, done with hairpieces. These are still with us, but Miss Joyce wondered it the revival of the 'thirties' curly look will show up this year. Please Make Your Reservation Early Call Mr. Slater 683-1678 PALM BEACH LAKES BLVD. AT 1-95 OPPOSITE PALM BEACH MALL already famous in Boca, Pompano, & Lauderdale NEW YORK iWNSi -When a ball attains its 14th year, looking at pictures of past debutantes can be an interesting exercise in beauty and fashion changes. The International Debutante Ball goes back to 1954, and what do you think they were wearing that year? The same full skirts that are going to be seen again this year, on December 30th, for the benefit of the soldiers', sailors' and Airmen's Club, Inc. "They all look equally pretty to me." said Miss Beatrice Joyce fondly, as she looked over the photographs of the last 13 years. She is the founder of the ball, which has become the climax of the New York debutante season. Fifty girls from many of our states and a number of foreign countries come out at the International Debutante Ball. "The hair styles have changed, though, haven't they?" added Miss Joyce, looking at a 1954 photograph of two South American debs' of that year from Bolivia. The two girls were in full-skirted, embroidered dresses, which differed from this year's chiefly in being strapless. The strapless dress still hasn't made much of a comeback. Their hairdos looked positively dowdy by contrast with the current trend to elaborate effects wtih hairpieces. Girls in 1954 wore their hair in rather frizzy curls without too much shaping. "Rather like my own deb year. "smiled Miss Joyce, who came out back in 1929. "I do think the hairdos have gotten prettier in the last ten years orso." Up until this year, the trend f SHOES OPENING DECEMBER 18 209 WORTH AVE. (next to Lillie Rubin) PALM BEACH ill REST OR MOISTIRE MAGIC PRW.4.E.T HAVE 15 Behind every MORGAN'S Shoe Solon, there really is o Mr. Morgan who supervises his collections personally . . . designing them himself . . . selecting fabrics and leathers with a flair . . . creating shoes for every mood and occasion. If you're feeling "groovey", he has the shoes! There ore "mod" little designs for frivolous times ... and when you wish to be elegant and feminine Mr. Morgan has all your shoe answers in exquisite high heels and flattering styles. Wonderful Springolafors too. 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