The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 27, 1968 · Page 11
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 11

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Wednesday, November 27, 1968
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Palm Beach Post, Wednesday, Nov. 27, 1968-11 (' ' i id ' itfmmmmmmmammmmmmmt , JL "inrrfli im - - - r FRIENDLY HANDSHAKE - Dr. Louie Camp (left smiles as he watches Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Williams (right) greet a guest at the reception for faculty and administrative staff at Florida Atlantic University. and administrative staff at Florida Atlantic University. The reception was held in the student lounge. GREETING GUESTS - Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Williams (center) welcome Mrs. Eugene Crabb and Dr. S. E. Wim-berly at the reception in honor of faculty Lines From Lake Worth And Lantana Especially Welcome At Dessert - Card Party K5 DR. AND MRS. HARRY HENRY L LA Men The Holy Spirit Council of Catholic Women will hold their first "Friday Dessert-Card Party Dec. 6 at 12:30 p.m. in the Social Hall ot the church. According to Mrs. Emerson Dougherty, chairman, tickets may be purchased at the door. Men card enthusiasts will be given a special welcome but everyone is responsible for bringing their own decks of cards. The Council Women will have a Christmas Bazaar Sunday, Dec. 8 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., in the Social Hall. Wisconsin Club Pot Luck Picnic "TheecolfiTpoT lucTTplcnic of the Wisconsin Club Season will be in Carpenter's Hall, 611 Lucerne Avenue, Lake W(rth, Friday, November 29 marriage would be truly golden by celebrating it all year. Mrs. Henry has worn something gold each day. Harmony in gold will be the theme of the Open House Saturday. Nov. 30. from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Henrv home, 520 S. "M" St.LakeWorth. The couple celebrated at an early party with their son. Dr. Fred Ellsworth Henry, his wife and four children in September in Collinswood, N.J. where the senior Dr. Henry served as minister for eleven years. His son has an M D. degree, is an ordained minister. Religious Coordinator and director of peveroux.,S.ohw!rr f&r Mt'ii-taliy Retarded, and is on the Shades DIANE DAY VEIL DIAMOND -Jv-43r8o--p.fH. until -'fr-ar p.m. Those attending are asked to bring a dish to pass and table service. All Wiscon-sinites and friends are welcome. Candy Stripers Candy Stripers of JFK Memorial Hospital are looking forward to their Benefit Ball December 6 at the West Palm Beach Municipal Auditorium. All proceeds go to the Kennedy Hospital Development Fund. Neil Diamond and "These Vizitors" will entertain between 9 p.m. and 1 a.m. Doing the emcee honors will be W1KK disc jockev, Marty McKav. The Ladies Luncheon Group will meet Dec. 9 at the Famous Restaurant and will snow Christmas slides. Fellowship Tea The Christmas Tea of the Women's Fellowship of the Lake Worth Congregational Church will be in Studebaker Hall December 5 at 1 p.m. Miss Jane Geer will tell "A Christmas Story the Strange World of Mrs. Dtnton." Mrs. Mary Messett will give the dedication of Migrant Gifts. The following guilds will meet: Priscilla Guild, December 19 at 1 p.m. in Studebaker Hall, the others in the Parlor; Puritan Guild, December 12 at 1 p.m.; Plym-...ou!b..GiUU December 13 at 8 p.m.; Morning Guild. December 19 at 10 a.m.; and the Colonial and Mayflower Guilds at 1 p.m. Garden Club The board of directors of Town and Country Garden Club will meet Monday Dec. 2 at the Civic Center of Lake Worth at 9:30 a.m. VFW3588 The Post 3588 Voice of Democracy Contest is now in full swing according to chairmen Virgil W. Tank and Mrs. Theodore Phillips. This year's theme is "Freedom's Challenge", and the scripts must be no less than three minutes nor longer than five. Four local schools are competing Ro-sarian Academv. Lake Worth High School, Forest Hill High .School and Cardinal Newman. Each school will have three trophy winners, $25 bond for first place. The top winner in the Post 3588 contest will b judged in the Third District oi Florida contest. That winner will go on to the state competition. The state winner will have an all-expense trip to Washington, D.C. to compete with winners from other states A merican Scandinavians The American Scandinavian Foundation will have a Thanksgiving dance Saturday, at 8:30 p.m. at the Lake Worth Casino. McKay's Orchestra from Miami will provide Scandinavian and American music. Contact Scandia Bakery, Ni-kander Real Estate and members of the Foundation for tickets. For more information, call Thor Soderhom, president at 582-5193. Legion Auxiliary Vogel-Lee Unit A dessert card party sponsored by the past presidents of Vogel-Lee t'nit No. .47, of . the-American Legion Auxiliary will be held Dec. 9 in the Legion Home at 1 p.m. Winter visitors are especially invited. The mid-winter conference will be held Dec. 7 and 8 in Orlando and the unit will visit Veterans Hospital in Miami Dec. 11 to help with the Christmas gift shop. The children's Christmas party will be Dec. 22 from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Post Home. Camera Club The Lake Worth Camera Club will meet at 8 p.m. in the First Congregational Church at North 14th Avenue and K Street. A new edition of "Around the World with PSA" will be featured. The best flower picture brought will be chosen. Sixty-six color prints taken by members will be on exhibit at banks from Riviera Beach to Delray Beach from Nov. 29 to Dec. 13 and at the Commerce National Bank at 1200 North Dixie Highway, Lake Worth and December 13-27 at the Home Federal Savings and Loan Association of Palm Beach, 7700 South Dixie Highway, Wrest Palm Beach. I be a big parade, with the Marine Color Guard, Lake Worth High School Band, twirlers, Miss Palm Beach County, Mavor and Commissioners. Lake Worth High School mixed glee clubs and other choral groups and floats. Santa will stop at the Civic Center to take orders and give candy to all children. The parade will assemble at 9:30 a.m. at the City parking lot at the old F.E.C. station. Parade route will go east on Lake Avenue to "M" Street, north to Lucerne, west on Lucerne to G Street. Santa will then be at the Civic Center. First second and third prizes will be awarded to the best entries in the parade. Entries should be made no later than Dec. 4. For further information contact Lake Worth Chamber of Commerce. 582-4401 or Sue Bevins at Fountain's Depart ment Store, 582-9047. Lions Auxiliary The Lake Worth Lions Auxiliary will meet at the home of Miss June Boutwell Monday, Dec. 2 at 10 a.m. to make Christmas decorations. Members are asked to bring a sandwich, scissors and a fine needle. Henry Anniversary Dr. and Mrs. Harry F. Henry decided their 50th year of I F "W. imdetur. I Chubby j f Fashions I F0R I Children SIMONS & 2lt Clematis St. 4 Wsl Film Itach & Decorator Window Shidit Custom Drapers - West Indies Shutters I Accordion Fold Doors Venetian Blinds New Refinishing Decorative Woven Broadloom Reupholitorinc 9 For A Decorator Trained Salesperson Call: 681 1 S. Dixie Hwy. W. Palm Beach Phone 582-7994 1941 N. Federal Hwy. Boca Raton 399-8760 Ford Showrooms: Miami Ptrrm t No. Miami Brach Tampa Ft. Laudraai Pompano Boca Raton W. Palm Btach for Mentally Retarded. Retirement didn't bring boredom for the Henry's. Dr. Henry, a botanical expert, lectures to garden clubs and camera groups. Mrs. Henry has had manv articles published. Dr. Henry was a delegate to the Second World Council of Churches in Evanston. 111. HAR0-0F-HEARING? Your answer is HEARING SERVICE IN LAKE WORTH 1 205H laU Av. 585-9464 iU WEST alm beach PAIM BEACH MALL 683-6080 Wood Drapes Shades OPEN DAILY -. 10 A.M.-10P.M. ' SUNDAY '.' 12 NOON-7P.M.- President's Committee & Draperies WSit W. Jill" Q T1 JuJuBJiJ Bethesda Auxiliary Mrs. Frederick Teschke is the newly elected president of the Bethesda Memorial Hospital Woman's Auxiliary, and Mrs. Howard W. Riley Jr., new chairman of volunteers. In October, Mrs. Riley reports that 190 members gave 3.733 seryice .hours.. while SO Candy -Stripers gave 427 '2 and two male volunteers gave 71 hours. Christmas Parade Ya better watch out ya better not cry ya better not pout. I'm teliing ya why! Santa Claus is comin' to Lake Worth, on Saturday December 7 at 10 a.m. There's going to Fashion Show, Luncheon Set BOYNTON BEACH - A children's fashion show-luncheon to benefit St. Joseph's Parish Day School is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 7, by the women of St. Joseph's Episcopal Church. To begin at noon in the parish hall of the church, the fashion show will feature children of the day school and Sunday school in fashions from Happy Daze Youth Shop, Anthony's, Mercer-Wenzel and Ellen Ruth in Delray Beach and from the Little Folks Shop in Boynton Beach. A "bake sale" is scheduled to follow the luncheon-show. Tickets are available for the fashion show-luncheon. Mrs. Charles Simon is ticket chairman. Mrs. Edward Ditmars is fashion coordinator, and Mrs. William Arnst is general chairman for arrangements. 1 1 Sound lilt orilh-X I "lie to you? Il l not! Thit it nowipopti talk fo a 1 column by 1 inch od. Think too small to bo noticed? You're reading it . . . Oftn'l you? drtiinq poyl H. Arthur Stephenson, Minister 1 K WEATIIEUf ;-y ' TONY "V GLENN J 1 GETY0ULS S :iN I 6:25 PMjk 2 Y y roNiGHTj;j. v3 14 carat diamond Regularly $137 This Week $109 14 carat diamond Regularly $89 This Week $71 ISN'T IT STRANGE? WE SET ASIDE A DAY FOR THANKSGIVING, THEN USE IT TO DO EVERYTHING BUT PRAISE GOD. The Pastor and People of This Church Invite You to Worship With Them THANKSGIVING DAY 10 A.M. SERMON: "DO WE DARE SAY THANKS?" The Chancel Choir Will Sing Under The Direction Of W. R. Mclntire. Mrs. Leslie A. Ward Is The Organist. imp FEATHER HER NEST Pins from our collection. Top: Owl with diamonds and sapphires, $850. Nest, diamond in beak, ruby eyes, $1 10. Swan, cultured pearls, diamonds, ruby eye, $175. Lovebirds, diamonds, emeralds, sapphires, $795. Owl, diamonds and sapphires, $180. Three birds on branch, sapphires and rubies, $20. 14 Carat Diamond Special Both J.M. Fields diamonds are one-quarter carat. Both are set in quality finished solid 14 karat gold mountings. Each is as hard and strong as the other, for diamond is the hardest substance known to man. Yet one diamond costs $48 more. Why? Because one diamond is alive with fire. The other has less fire-and a lower price. At J.M. 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