The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 24, 1968 · Page 47
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 47

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Palm Beach Post-Times, Sunday, Nov. 24, 1968 CI5 Engaged? Read Rules Following publication, photographs may be picked up at the Post-Times library. There is no charge for publishing wedding or engagement stories. f rrMJPJrfjililMillilli It ( V ) ing the desired publication date. Photographs may be used with both the engagement and wedding stories provided that there is three months between the engagement announcement and the date of the wedding. If there is less than three months, the prospective bride will have to decide if she wishes to use the engagement picture or a wedding photograph. Photographs submitted should be black and white or sepia. Glossy-finish pictures are preferable. For engagements wallet-size pictures are acceptable. Not acceptable are snapshots and color photographs. It is possible, on occasion, that portraits may be bent or marked up. The Post-Times is not responsible for lost or damaged photographs. MISS NORMAN MISS SMITH News Of j Engagements 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 portraits which should be submitted with the form. For weddings on other days, the completed form and photograph must be submitted to the Women's Department two days before the date of the wedding. Pictures of the bridal couple will be used if submitted, with 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 the paper, in which the story is to appear, will be observed provided space in the Women's Section allows. Persons submitting their engagement to The Palm Beach Post-Times are requested to use the engagement form provided by the newspaper so that the resulting story may be accurate and complete. For publication in the Sunday Post-Times, these forms must be received by the Women's Department no later than Tuesday of the week preced Think iMDifea Pink! U4 MISSDEMARCO Mtss DeMarco Mr. Hanlon Mr. and Mrs. John DeMarco of 3809 Parkland announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Marilyn Catherine De-Marco to Robert A. Hanlon. The bride-elect was graduated from Forest Hill High School and from the University of Palm Beach. She is employed by Angelinda's Restaurant. .. Mr. Hanlon is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Hanlon of IS-- W. 20th Street, Riviera Beach. He was graduated jrom Riviera Beach High School and attended Palm Beach Junior College. He is Jmploved by Solitron Devices. A Feb. 1 wedding at St. Juliana's Catholic Church is planned. ; Miss Gamble : Mr. Sturgess k X The engagement of Miss hail otic Louise Gamble to Klines Henry Sturgess is an-iciunccd by her mother. Mrs. Jlui gie Gamble of 608 Iris St. Jlss Gamble is also the SALVATION ARMY PICK UP YOUR SALVAGE FURNITURE, CLOTHING I APPLIANCES PHONE 832-2835 , PAIM COAST SHOPPING PU MISS NORWOOD ently under appointment by the South America Indian Mission as a missionary to South America. He is serving as supply pastor of Calvary Brethren Church of Croton. N.J. A Feb. 22 wedding in Lake Worth is planned. Miss Smith' Mr. Pabor Mr. and Mrs. Leslie L. Smith of 928 Cherry Road announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Cheryl Ann Smith to Ronald Jay Pabor. The bride-elect was gradu- OPEN EVERY ated from Cardinal Newman High School in 1966 and attended Palm Beach Junior College where she majored in business. She is employed by the U. S. Government at the Palm Beach Post Office as a clerk. Mr. Pabor is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Pabor of 12 N. Grace Drive. He was graduated in 1964 from Forest Hill High School and serves as advisor for the National Secondary Fraternity, Sigma Phi Omega. He is employed by Saks Fifth Avenue of Palm Beach and Southampton. An April wedding at Holy Name Catholic Church is planned. AG t. 1 NIGHT TIL 9:30 Feb. 15. 1969 at Trinity Lutheran Church in Delray Beach. Miss Norman Mr. Finn STUART - Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Norman announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Elizabeth J. Norman, to Kevin M.Finn. The bride-elect, of Los Angeles, Calif., and formerly of West Palm Beach, was graduated from Carlton High School in Carlton, Mass., where she was a member of the student council, drama and glee clubs and a cheerleader. She was employed by ITT where she was a member of their bowling association. Mr. Finn, of Playa del Rey, Calif., is the son of Mrs. Anna Finn of Bronx, N.Y., and the late Michael Finn. Also a former employe of ITT in West Palm Beach, he was graduated with a B.S. in Physics from Marist College in New York and did graduate work at New York University. A May 3, 1969 wedding at Webster, Mass. is planned. Miss Norwood Mr. Ogden The Rev. and Mrs. G. Hunter Norwood of 308 Dartmouth Drive, Lake Worth, announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Laura Edith Norwood to William Kirk Ogden. The bride-elect was graduated from Columbia Bible College in June. 1968 with a B.A. in Biblical Education. She is employed as a teacher in a private school in Atlanta , Ga . Ogden is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William O. Ogden of Old Bridge. N.J. He was graduated from. Columbia Bible College and is pres- It's A Must For summer travel, a lightweight wool robe is a must for air-conditioned hotel rooms. English basketweave wool is ideal. And pretty. 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C. she was graduated from the University of Palm Beach in 1967. Mr. Payne is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Payne of 134 SE 11th Ave.. Boynton Beach. He was graduated irom Seacrest High School in 1963 and served with the U.S. Navy for two years. He also attended Palm Beach Junior College. He is employed by John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance Co. in Boynton Beach. The couple will be married thorgi it of course BEAUTY AND WIG SALONS Phone 585-8743 OPEN MON. THURS. Ml. NITES BY APPT. while bora S)WtABA9Ammm 1 9.95 I Kit J k BEAUTY & WIG SALONS h f f i St I r -hi - -M, enjoy hair-free loveliness Let our world famous Kree Method work miracles of permanent hair removal for you ! A private consultation without charge or obligation. Richards Beauty Salon, Palm Beach Mall t1" Saturday M x't g Holiday Hairstyles a g 15.00 Petal Perm Special Mon. Tues. Wed. g95 27.50 Imperial Perm 12" Glamour Assett: Before you buy, Compare our all human hair wiglttt (from $15) and wigs as low as 25.95! 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