The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 24, 1968 · Page 48
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 48

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C16-Palm Beach Post-Times. Sunday, Nov. 24, 1968 These Girls i 4 It's an Irish World ?. w .... To Be Wed 3 1 -"V . inside our shop Patrice Cobb Curtis invites you to shop the easy way with our Lucky Leprechaun Gift Certificates. They will purchase 5- - m a! Miss Rabin Mr. Essrig Waterford full-lead Crystal Belleek Parian China Slievebawn Handcraft t "Aloha VMDIUNr, CHAPEL" Catering Photography 4568 LAKE WORTH RD. LAKE WORTH, HA. 965-1177 Mi 100 ther treasures t imtJrtnr? taI j-lwunw VKinp Golf View Drive l'H.,T;)y-2ifiK MISS WHITE graduated from Riviera Beach High School and attended Palm Beach Junior College. He is serving with the U.S. Army at Fort Benning.Ga. A Dec. 22 wedding at the home of the bride's parents is planned. J0K ft MISS REITZ Mr. Stevenson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Stevenson of Elyria. Ohio. He attended Lora in Community College and is employed by the A & P Tea Co. in Elyria. A wedding date has not been set. M iss Sprague Mr.Minot - BOSTON. Mass. - Mr. and Mrs. Phineas Shaw Sprague of Boston and Cape Elizabeth, Maine, announce the engagement of their, daughter, Miss Julie Hume Sprague, to William Minot VI, the son of Mrs. Melville C. Beaton of New York City and William Minot of Boston. Mass. and Wareham, Mass. The bride-elect is a graduate of Palm Beach Private School, The Madeira School, Greenway, Va.; and Garland Junior College in Boston. She was presented in the 1966-67 season at the Debutante Cotillion in Boston and the Junior Assembly of Palm Beach. She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Phineas Warren Sprague of Boston and Palm Beach arid the late Phineas Warren BELLE GLADE - Announcement of the engagement of Miss Linda Sue Rabin to Martin L. Essrig is made bv her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Maroid J. Rabin ol 109 NW Avenue "E". The bnde-eleet was graduated from Belle Glade High School and I mm the I'niversi-tv ol Miami, where she was a w,, ... -a a. &. & a, WAVE ...7 $5.50 'A MO i s VOHESEEOIR BA Y BERRY DOIO S TR 1 TOR MAKE SCEMTED TAPER CAM) EES Wednesday, Friday & Saturday The holiday spirit is only complete with the glow of candlelight . . . the scent of bayberry. All tapers made will be given away. 3 days only. Bayberry urn . . . $2 Tapers . . . 60'- 75' pair WM M .ram '15 LORAIN COLD raw 1 A soft but long-lasting wave that holds any set you prefer. Pillars . . . 1.25-3.50. SUPREME PERM BUDGET PERM . Shop With Beauty GIFTS, THIRD FLOOR DOWNTOWN WEST PALM HFACH Shampoo set . . s2.50 Haircut $2 Boca Raton Royal Palm Plaza ir.lcint! Htn Hln Itutrl (ltlf ( 'ouniri r 1 s Hi 17 r 19 m new yourself by eating a good lunch. And since you presumably will have been shopping on a solo basis, why not assure yourself of congenial luncheon company by planning in advance to meet a friend. Do go to the powder room occasionally to rest for a moment with shoes off and feet up, if possible and refresh your appearance and brighten your lips with a fresh application of one of the clear, bright holiday-minded ultralucent blu NEW Appointments Are Welcome, tcrou horn Junior! Inloorinl iihrin OPEN 9:00 A.M. AND OPEN RftSMDY v MISS RABIN member ol Alpha Theta Kappa, women's honorary society. She is employed by Brevard County Schools as a teacher at Old Dixie Elementary School in Tilusville. Mr. Essrig is the son ol Dr. and Mrs. Irving Essrig of Tampa lie attended Plant High School anil is presently a student at the University ol Tampa and will be graudated in June. 1 litis. He was the I minding president ol Big Brothers ol Tampa. The couple will be married June 14 in Vest Palm Beach. Miss Reitz Mr. Stevenson The engagement of Miss Bonnie Lynn Reitz to John Jay Stevenson is announced by her parents, Mrs. Doris B. Reitz of 537 W. Kalmia Drive. Lake Park, and Ralph E. Reitz of Elyria. Ohio. The bride-elect was graduated from Riviera Beach High School in 1966 and from Palm Beach Junior College Dental Assistant Course. She is employed by a Cleveland. Ohio doctor. Tips To Here, to help keep any woman feeling and looking beautiful while gift-shopping for the holidays, are some timely "do's and don'ts." Do wear attractive but comfortable clothes and shoes and apply your make-up carefully. You'll feel better, meet friends with assurance, and get more attention from sales people. Do take along addresses and presigned gift cards for all gilts to be mailed from stores. Do shop alone. Do re V ' tr yrrir d 'ry 6 n& misn ffi 6 20 A 40.1 ItKAl T SALON but Not Always Necessary Ivllcr Shoti mi Hal'l Skirl Shops EVERY EVE EXCEPT SAT. u R rr i nsr .e; 'S MISS SPRAGUE Mr. Minot was graduated from Milton Academy, Milton, Mass.; Trinity College in 1964 and is a member of the class of '69 at the Harvard School of Business Administration. He is a member of Psi Upsilon, Lincoln's Inn, the Tennis and Racquet and The Country Club. A June, 1969 wedding is planned. Miss White Lt. Anderson TROY, Ala. - Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Francis White announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Margaret Lulu White to Lt. Paul Leonard Anderson. The bride-elect was graduated from Charles Henderson High School in Troy, Ala. and received a B.S. degree from Auburn University where she was a member of Kappa Alpha Theta social sorority. She is presently employed by the Muscogee County School Board in Columbus, Ga. Lt. Anderson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson of 2557 Old Trail. He was shing shades. Do be extra courteous at all times. You'll get more help from everyone involved. Do drive home before the rush hour, and have a preplanned dinner ready for your family on schedule. Don't depend on memory to recall your gift list. Carry in your purse a list complete with sizes, colors and vital statistics. Don't make the mistake of choosing to shop on a beautiful, sunny day. "J' m 12 13 this is tour year for diamonds This year, match the Yule star's brilliance with a diamond from Burdine's. All are quality values that you may select with confidence. Your choice will brighten many Christmases to come. See these and many more. Ask about Burdine's convenient credit plans. 1. Earrings, 18k yellow gold, 26 diamonds S'700 2. Duchess style ring, 43 diamonds $-100 3. Graceful diamond swirl 8.J75 4. Twin by-pass ring..... .$'225 5. Bracelet, 18k yellow gold, 90 diamonds SI 250 6. 12 diamond cocktail ring. ...$150 7. Impressive lVi carat man's ring... S075 8. carat of diamonds $235 9 Vt carat wedding band $135 10. Double row band, IVi carat total $395 1 1 . Ma rqu ise solitaire.. $ 125 12. 1 carat solitaire $350 13. Impressive 2 carat solitaire $1650 14. Man 's geometric design $250 15. Popular twin ring $275 16. Charming bridal set $125 . Fashion ring, round & baguette diamonds $675 18. 16 diamond wedding band $165 19. Solitaire bridal pair $300 20. Marquise diamond bridal set $325 21. Modern bridal set $125 22. Yellow gold , 44 diamonds ..$675 lltuitratient tnlaigtd to (how d.loil. FINE JEWELRY, STREET FLOOR DOWNTOWN WEST PALM BEACH B U R D I N !E' '3. ' 21 14 9 8 to 15 16 22

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