The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 25, 1968 · Page 19
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 19

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Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 25, 1968-19 Children's Letters To God fsmzmw The Smart Set m$m The Hairdos Went Wild For Colonel Tetrh bach and ffU doX wnl &ive yOQ q Penny pctry ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY Exclusive with Penneys in The Palm Beach Mall Dynatone facial and body exercisers! -A. W -v ,(M4 J r ".m UA 1968. King Feature Syndicate. Inc., 4 S3 What, When, Where under there too, but you know how people exaggerate. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pershing gave such an attractive dinner party for Baron Erwein Gecmen-Waldek, head of St. Moritz' Corviglia Club. The hairdos weren't so daring but the clothes were divine, no particular surprise in this group. Mrs. Graham Mattison, a dazzling member of the international set, was madly chick in black taffeta by Mme. Gres. Mrs. Iva Patcevitch was madly chic in pale blue by Stravropoulos. Mrs. Robert Everett, here visiting from her home in Madrid, wore a purple dress created in Madrid. Mrs. Joseph Thomas (the same Poppi Thomas who went to Obolensky s party as the sun) wore an effective white Galitzine and Mrs. T. Suffern Tailer wore a white satin skirt with a brown top by Geoffrey Beene. The hostess was stunning in a green print by Pauline Trigere. Others chatting and laughing gaily that's what parties are supposed to be for were Mr. and Mrs. William Randolph Hearst Jr., Countess Willaumez, Mr. and Mrs. James Niven, Mr. Albert Whitely, Mr. and Mrs. Jules Stein, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Minton, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Holmes, Mrs. Winston Frost, Mr. Abe Bienstock, Mr. Craig Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. James Knott, Mrs. Arthur Gardner, Mr. John Braganca, Mr. Frederick Melhado, Mrs. Gilbert Miller and the host and hostess' son, Jackie Pershing, and his pretty pretty fiancee, Shirley Gay. Shirley and Jackie (the party was for them, too) will be married in New York in March. Beni Montresor, the artist-designer, seems to think it's always partytime or something. No sooner had he had done with his supper dance for London's Lord and Lady Ogil-vy than he was planning another goodie this time an afternoon children's party at Rizzoli Gallery to celebrate the publication of his new book "Willy O'Dwyer Jumped in the Fire." (Love that title). By SUZY Well, Col. Serge Obolensky gave his adventurous bal de tete to inroduce new Yugoslavian movie star Bekim Feh-miu to the likes of New York society or whatever, and the girls invited were told to wear daring hairdos and, of course, they did. Dear pretty little Aurora Hitchock was particularly wild, with gold ribbons covering every square inch of head, and Mrs. Peter Petschak piled her hair up to the sky with masses of curls and a sweet little bird nesting on top of it all. Besty Theodoracopoulos, a thing of beauty and a best-dressed joy forever, wore her dark tresses long and full. Her white chiffon dress was by Galanos, the designer she adores and frequents. Doda Embiricos of the Greek shipping dynasty wore St. Laurent's Indian dress that's American Indian studded with stones and her hair was woven into tassels and braids with gold bows. Dolly and Maria Goulandris. more glorious Greeks, went American Indian, too, with long Pocahontas braids. I don't know about the braids, but very few Indians have more wampum than they do. Gigi Fisdell swept in with a lot of plastic whatnots sprouting out of her head terribly 2001. Anna Moffo, the Metropolitan's diva, was a fleur sauvage with mountains of free-falling hair cascading primitively over her shoulders and bosom and a very see-through black lace dress worn over a body stocking let's hope. The whole jungle flower thing was designed for Moffo by Cenci of Rome in a wild moment. Model Jan Maakistaad was supposed to be a harem girl and Nan Kempner turned up as a Moroccan Berber. Poppi Thomas, a lissome blonde, arrived as the sun golden rays and all that stuff. As for Anita Colby, she was fantastic, Imagine, if you care, a huge upswept coiffure with full curls, three little red roses tucked behind her ear, a Spanish comb and a black lace mantilla, Somebody said she had some castanets somewhere up ZONE I: ZONE II: firm the underlying muscles and improve areas around the side of the neck, chin, and lower lip. firm underlying muscles around chin and frontal neck area ft. r TUESDAY NOV. 26 SWEET ADELINES INC. Royal Palm Chapter at auditorium. Lake Worth, 8 p.m. LADIES AUXILIARY OF VFW POST 4143 Cancer Workshop at VFW Hall 2404 Broadway, 10 a.m. AL-ANON FAMILY GROUP Of West Palm Beach at 423 4th Street. 8:30 p.m. ST. MARY'S CHAPTER Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Parish Lounge. 10:45 a.m. MICHIGAN CLUB dance American Legion Hall. Lake Worth. 8 p.m. LAKE WORTH BRIDGE CLUB, American Legion Hall Lake Worth. 1:30 p.m. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF RETIRED PERSONS Lake Worth Chapter, 213 basement of Civic Center. Lake Worth, fun session 1 to 4 p.m. PHI GAMMA UPSILON CHAPTER Beta Sigma Phi at First Federal Savings and Loan of Lake Worth, Lantana Branch 7:30 p.m. MEMORIAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Women at the 4 i 1 HI i IfAl Church general meeting followed by covered dish luncheon 11 a.m. IRETTA SHERMAN CHAPTER OES at Palm Lodge Hall. Bradley Street. 8 p.m. RIVIERA BEACH BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL WOMEN'S CLUB, Riviera Beach Recreation Hall. CATHOLIC DAUGHTERS OF AMERICA CDA Hall, 537 Pine Terrace social meeting. 8 p.m. BETA ZETA CHAPTER of Beta Sigma Phi at home of Mrs. Bob Jordan, 1039 Churchill Circle 8 p.m. HOLY SPIRIT COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC WOMEN in social hall of Church, 8:15 p.m.; guest speaker Sister Muriel Brown. WELCOME WAGON-GROUP at First Federal Savings and Loan Bldg.. Lake Park. 8 p.m. FRIENDSHIP DEGREE, of West Palm Beach Women of the Moose Chapter No. 938 at home of Mrs. Dorothy Lillev, 737 UplanRoad,8p.m. B'NAI B'RITH WOMEN paid up membership dinner. Schwartzbcrg Hall. 7 p.m. WEIGHT WATCHERS OF Palm Beach County Inc., Marina Inn 7:30 p.m., office 7:30 p.m.; Christ-the-King Lutheran. Jupiter-Tequesta: Stuart Holiday Inn 7:30 p.m.; Frade-winds Cafe, Searstown, Fort Pierce, 7:30 p.m.: office 9:30 a.m.; Bonanza Sirloin Pit No. 221. 230 U.S. Hwv. 1, Lake Park. 9:30a.m. LANTANA PROPERTY OWNERS' ASSOCIATION Board of Directors in Lantana Chamber of Commerce Bldg., 7:30 p.m. ATLANTIC CLUB at Holiday Inn, Singer Island, cards, 10 a.m., luncheon, 1 p.m. ( 7 I H ZONE IV ZONE III: exercise the underlying muscles of the lips, mouth and back of neck tone up muscles to help diminish "crows feet' PRE-HOLID A 100 HUMAN HAIR HAND MADE Just Arrived DON'T LOSE THE LOOK OF YOUTH DYNATONE FACIAL EXERCISER WILL HELP YOU KEEP IT: Under those age telling wrinkles, crow's feet, loose sagging skin ... the younger looking you is ready to be reawakened by the firming up of thousands of tiny muscles that support your face and neck. How? With Dynatone', the new transistorized iso metric facial exerciser. With little time and less effort ... in only thiee minutes a day . . . Dynatone" can help tone and firm those age-revealing areas of your face and neck by improving their underlying muscle 1 't'JLVntyfc . , -riTTit'lmtitiT-- " - ' - - y?-'' : - J 44 INCLUDES FROSTED WHITE I GREYS Sold Elttwhtrt Up To $269.00 V , . 100 HUMAN HAIR A; NOT A VIBRATOR, MASSACER OR HEAT DEVICE . . . DYNATONE" ISOMETRICALLY exercises h,d den face and neck muscles 27 times a minute. It works gently to coax back youthful resiliency and tone. So why wish for the look of youth . . . start now to diminish lines and loose skin, to improve the tone and texture of your complexion. Clubs In Action Your new transistoriied Dynatone, in a Buxton leather kit complete with battery, facial cream and beauty manual 69.95 Ir f U V1 All Colors u 9 COMPARE AT $60.00 M ' r Human Hair $3)m0 1 " COMPARE AT $75.00 l ull Color Range '.te'- .-.1 i ., 'if SS J Al-anon Group The Lake Worth Al-anon Group will hold its fourth anniversary meeting at Sacred Heart Church. North Federal Highway. Lake Worth, today, at 8:30 pin. Refreshments will be served. The group is for men and women who wish to share their experiences because of an alcoholic problem in the family or with a relative or friend. V FW Auxiliary To Post 4360 During her official visit. Third district president, Olive Dion, presented chaplain Zelm Kientz with her ten year pin. Mrs. Kientz has been active in V.F.W. Auxiliary to Post 4360 for ten years. President Ann Ballard of the auxiliary presented district president Dion with her five year pin. She is past president of the auxiliary. 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