The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 27, 1968 · Page 10
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 10

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Wednesday, November 27, 1968
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10-Palm Beach Post, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1968 Children's Letters To God Orc TAe Glamour Scene Resort Styles To Be Shown In Las Vegas TEll OUR swmn m To FOR INFANTS - Dr. Audrey M. Ploudre, president of the Quota Club, and Mo-ritz L. Schultz, chief aud-iologist of the Crippled Children's Society and Rehabilitation Center, admire the infant audiometer which the Quota Club recently donated to the Center. This is the only device which tests infant hearing in the area. Anyone with a used hearing aid not being used should contact the Quota Club at 585-6769 or 832-7319 so that a member can pick it up. 'io-V'si . if. '.-s' -71 i3s? if - -1 i M ME. OS LOVE Mm Couple Engaged United sort collections exactly as they did in their New York showrooms. Jean Louis will repeat his California showing and Louis Rover will bring a collection of his resort clothes for men and women from his shop in Acapulco. The shows will begin with Elinor Simmons' collection for Malcolm Starr December 8 and end with the Dior furs December 20. When I first heard of the plan last year, the thought of high fashion shows paced to the insane tempo of slot machines seemed too incongruous. I heard afterward, however, that the Tropicana's impresario, former actor and Hollywood decorator Tom Douglass, had done a marvelous and tasteful job. So this time I'm going to see for myself. The shows are scheduled every other day in the late afternoon in the room where the hotel's stage spectaculars are held each night. Marlene Dietrich has been booked as the star attraction during the Fashion Fiesta, and Tom Douglass told me she will emcee some of the fashion shows. She'll certainly show up for Jean Louis. The gentle little French-born designer has been her favorite for years. Jean created the sensational nude-and-lace "body" she wears for all her state appearances. Clothes lumped under the term "holiday and resort" and delivered to the stores from late November to early January deserve more attention than they usually get when store windows and women's pages are loaded with Christmas. In their mid-season collections, designers have to make sure, of course, that the ladies have those essential little linen shifts and silk shirtwaists for Palm Beach and Beverly Hills. But this is their chance to try out the new ideas which sometimes turn up as major trends the following spring. Crystallizing the story in one place in an orderly schedule is a good idea, even if it is in a town where the hotels have no clocks and almost no windows so you never know whether it's day or night, let alone the season. King FraturM Syndicate. AIA KICI i-KVI-S i Lemons For Beauty To keep your skin clear and fair you need the natural cleansing and bleaching properties of lemon. Ask your druggist for a bottle of lemon Jelvyn, the latest type skin freshener that beautiful women throughout the world arc now using. Lemon Jelvyn braces and conditions the skin to a beautiful new clarity and fine grained texture; its excellent toning properties help stimulate the surface cells, clear out stubborn, blemish-inducing and pore-clogging particles and smooth the skin to beautiful clarity. Lemon Jelvyn is ideal for quick complexion cleansing and two capfuls in your final shampoo rinse will give a sparkling shine to your hair. Lemon Jelvyn is a must for complextion beauty. When Shopping Ue !VI Classified " " " -) IB"f-s"1 LADIES! DO YOU KNOW WE CAN REPAIR .'OUR VENETIAN BLINDS TO LCOK UKt H'.H Pick Up and Dlivty JOHN TURNEY, Owki QUALITY CRAFT Venetian Blind Mgf. Co. 5J9 J5th St. TH-JJ74 December 2nd at DAY Lt. Richard Thorman served the groom as best man. Ushers included Capt. Cecil Brendle, Lt. Carl Pereno, and George Morgan Jr. A reception was held at the Delray Beach Country Club following the ceremony. The couple will reside in Germany where the groom will be stationed with the U.S. Army following a brief wedding trip. MRS. MILLER SHOW STARS - Thelma Weaver and Edward Doe play leading roles in the upcoming Musicarnival Theater production of "South Pacific." The show opens Tuesday, Dec. 3, at 8:30 p.m. in the Polo Grounds Theater in the Round. Larry Brown is the show's director. A new forced air heating system promises comfort for the audience and actors alike. To Make Your I.' By ELEANOR LAMBERT Las Vegas, of all places, is making a bid to do for American fashion what Capri is doing for the Italians. For the second year, the Tropicana Hotel in Las Vegas, has set up a two-week program of fashion shows for an invited audience of 750 people from all over the country, some reporters and others who presumably have two passions, gambling and blowing their winnings on clothes. The plan is to make the Tropicana rash-ion Fiesta an annual event to launch the new resort fashions nationally. As guests of the hotel management Oscar de La Renta, Adele Simpson, Malcolm Starr and Christian Dior furs have been asked to present their re- MISS SMITH Program Of Song On Tap "America Sings at Christmas" is the title of the evening program to be presented to the public by Palm Beach Post 12, American Legion, at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Dec. 10, at the Legion Home. 625 Okeechobee Blvd. Two groups of singers, totaling 110 persons, are on the program. The Coastman Chorus, Florida champion Singers of the Society for the Preservation of Barbershop Quartet Singing in America iSPEBSQSAi will include 35 singers with Harlan Wilson us director. This group was international finalist in the SPEBSQSA contests in Chicago. III., and Los Angeles. Calif. The Minority Youth Singers from the First Baptist Church has 75 singers with 0. D. Hall Jr. as director. Their accompaniment includes lour electric guitars, electric bass, banjo and drums. They have sung in many parts of the United States and have been televised over 174 stations. The third part of the program will include The Heider Brothers, tap dancers. Tickets may be had at the Post Home, Post 12 legionair-es, Barbershoppers or Hall. Ronald Larson is in charge of the program, assisted by first vice commander Joseph Morel. DIRT , 'I'M tei. O - WEATHER i '.'" 'J TROSBY 'S EXCITING 23rd Annual WAREHOUSE AUCTION SALE DIRECT FROM OUR PERMANENT BUYING OFFICE IN ANTWERP SUPERB DIAMOND VALUES Vi TO 2 CARAT DIAMONDS Our lowest prices ever for quality such as these sparkling beauties possess. Choose from solitaires or rings with tapered baguettes. Pear shapes and marquise diamonds also available. Fine selections of these and other diamonds up to 4 carats and larger at all Richards stores. NO DOWN PAYMENT, TAKE MONTHS TO PAY Starting Monday, J TROSBY GALLERIES Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Smith of 512 NW Seventh St., Boynton Beach, announce the engagement of their daughter. Miss Betty Loree Smith, to Gary B. Ezell The bride-elect was graduated from Seacrest High School in 16 and attended Palm Beach Junior College. She graduated from Atlantic Airline School and was a stewardess for United Air Lines. She is employed by Rothchilds in Kansas City, Mo. Mr. Ezell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ezell of Louisville, Ky. He was graduated from Wester High School in Louisville. Ky. and was attending Purdue University when called to active duty with the Air National Guard. He is stationed at Gebour Air Base in Grand View. Mo. A Dec. 15 wedding in .CiU.,..Mo. is planned. RINGS WITH TAPERED BAGUETTES t carol total weight . . ,f 299 1 carol totol weight . $499 1 carat totol w.ight . $699 NO WIND NO COLD NO PORCH ADD PROTEX 'Twit our She MS mwm 1L - N) 21 1 Royal Poinciana Way, Palm Beach, Florida Telephone 833-1650 Milton E. Freshman, Pres. .y mM Couple Miss Virginia Lee Brendle became the bride of Lt. George Z. Miller Jr. in a Saturday. .Nov. 23. wedding in the First United Presbyterian Church in Boynton Beach. The Rev. Douglas Smith officiated at7p.m. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Brendle of 423 SW First Ave., Boynton Beach. Mr. Miller is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Z. Miller Sr. of Fort Lauderdale and New Castle, Pa. Given in marriage by her father, the bride chose a floor-length gown of peau de soie with a re-embroidered lace bodice and train. Her elbow-length veil fell from a petal sequined headpiece. Attending the bride were Miss Leila Ivedt as maid of honor, Mrs. Carol Conner, sister of the bride, as matron of honor, and Barbara Abbatic-chio and Beverly Swart as bridesmaids. They wore floor-length gowns of turquoise lace and chiffon. Miss Bonnie Brendle, niece of the bride, was flower girl. Kerry Conner, nephew of the bride, was ringbearer. 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