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EX-11 (Fires Meet
For Luncheon
ftUl Officer** Wivee' CM Md
m w**mihtf mmmmm am inai*
AMTorl Ctata
tr~ wl UWIM piano were
flteda flat Thrift Stag worker*. Re
■AMmb piaantac (Re Ortslw feet
tbftar fawhono at which ZIII
followed with a imnm
bed laa aad coffee, The tang dto
tag tebto taateanMwith bowls
fa rod MMasw. A ecartet anted
Baud | each ptere carried aat the
nrtmion taler tote. Place card*
•tea head painted hi a floral da
ad la uaaßor after
Rosa af bridge aad canasta. Mrs.
ltavifl flptrt was pitas witter for
bridge aad lire H C. Spicer, Jr.
far etaaata. lire. W. J. Payne bald
fIM dowry pm# at the aad tf the
dtf. Mm. h. L Jentano aad Mm
V. A. Ipeoacr wart hote*#
Mm. B. 0. Peered will bald the
■ait boitasta meeting October 7 at
bar barn, to Maine Road. faabae
nri. nosivtMs for in iinoofr
lutrhaaa on the Mat art Mm. K.
DVefbergjsd Mrs R A. Mttot.
Upper Key CutfC.
Plane Festival
Om hmtnt mtmbm M 0 O*
par Kaye Cbaiaber tf Cwnmt
attended tbt regular wetting Mto
day at the Wharf, Lower Matocwm
ba.
toatatire plans far the Upper Kaye
Urn# r*ms *rßfjßdfrp f-r Da
bare ar^owfatelntt"aad t
cooperatively it Malta K ewrctaaful.
Bwck oready, cbatnaan at mem
bership, tea- the nriee far a mem
baraMp eeateot that started after
ba Meeting aad wfll eaatiaae aatil
the Navembar meeting Prtaae to- -
the^ltaeri*a? § DlJitor. i<lßr#4
Cndm V. Cotun, abalrmaa fa*
ry
Bid Star White Pwcgh Q A
FITTED CHIB SHEETS* Os'
Olsons* Scours, Smooths—Suprsms
m —■ "5f
Spring Typw A
CLOTHES HUS .... “• -7(
Wamn'i Koroawal Plastic O O
BAIT PASTS J 7(
Watorprooi • Add Proof • Washable
IN WNITI • MAUI . SINK . BLUI
•IBM ImiN, MNiwn, L*rs, litrs lirfi
WHISK BROOMS. 3
WITH MITAL HANOI■ RIO. Me VAIUI
S-Os. Cotton Pedr
WORK GLOVES.. 2
CONTI Nl NT At MO IUBMR LAI 01 SIX!
HOT WATEB BOTTLE .. 79c
Chappell's same
5 & 10c STORE
1M WHIT* tTIItT AIKOHWTMMU
SOCIETY - PERSONALS - NEWS OF INTEREST TO WOMEN
TMt KIT WBtT CITIUM
At. Of C. Cammed Schodmlm
Cot mm bus Boy Botl
Kaigbts af CabHabwa Caaaafl
MU af Kay Weal are bahßaf their
Orel Ceiambwa Day Baß at Caaa
Marina Hate! Petit, I to p. aa
wfll todada the beat tatont avail
aMe Crow Miami Grand drawing
yrhietfJhM balf^roomunjt
weed la atari a tend far anew
hailiflaf la hewae the Caaaafl.
New Officers
Installed By
Rainbow Girls
Bstalmr Gtrta af AaaaniMy
Number U baM installation af new
afflcare Sunday to the Mat—it
Temple
coming Worthy Advisor liflUcent
Tartar hi ralarfal and impressive
rites. Later, the outgoing officer.
Sylvia Smith, waa praaaaiad with
bar peat Advisor s pin. Other now
officers tactwdr Mila A maid, char
ity; Joan Knowles, hope; Constance
RP (■■i&jf Ag fa OS —tj . ta— W—
tBMmKHMMsg $ fAMta SWfwlCw WB • WTrf
awarded to Members.
DeMeiay bays from tbt Kay
West** chapter were aacarto at the
Rainbow installation
The ceremony closed with the
forming af • cross by the member,
in the center af the asaeMy room.
New officers sang "The Old Rag
ged awns’* and the girls farmed a
pathway throwgh which the Worth
, Advisor aad Mather Advisor led a
procession that included every one
participating is the installation
fat Batter Batonsss Committee,
urged members sad non-members
to chsch with the C. af C. office
tf they art ta doubt about sales
Nana or other pvwfacta offered to
them. She rand letters ef a case hi
which macs wss atod for a poster
Upon Investigation aad coopera
tion with the Miami C. af C. Bat
ter Batoaeas Division It was found
that the company did not exist and
sraa unknown by any authorities
Mn. H. C. Booth spoke of the
extended trip she end her husband
made through Ml states this sum
mer. They acted as goodwill
1 ambassadors by discussing the Up
per Keys at aU stops and ta past
jtagowt m Upper Kays toiden to
•atactod spala.
Page 3
Wed In Si. Paurs Church
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TMI NBW MRS. DAVID LIB DONNSLLY, formerly Barbara
Delgado, aad her husband pause aa the steps of the St. Psal's
Epteeopal Church altar tbtir marriage Friday at high noon
Photo by Evans.
Barbara Delgado Married In
Episcopal Church Ceremony
family heirlooms provided the
“somattanc aid” for Barbara Juan
Rg Delgado when she selected the
accessories worn fa her marriage
Friday to David Lao Donnotty.
Gold earring* ta the shape of but
tirnipo with insets ba
ton ged la tha bride’s grandmother,
•ad %fltad pin Jewelled with dia
monds and turquoise belonged to
her great grandmother.
The ceremony took place at noon
at Bt. Paul’s Episcopal Church
star the service wss read by the
Rev. John B. Armfield before an
alter hanked hi white gladioli sod
The bride, daughter ef Mr. aad
Mrs. U. John Delgado. 788 Tru
man Avenue, was giveu ta mar-
Itage by her father, flba wore a
•freet length white faille drees
brimmed with rhtaeetoweo and a
matching Jacket Her shoes and the
etaao-fittittg hat of silk leaves with
a nans veil were bath ta turquoise.
Mm carried her white Rainbow
Girts Bible which was topped with
• white orchid.
Ofay attendant of Um bride was
her former college room-mate,
,Miaa Lilian Avia af Vare Reach.
Florida, who wort • pink faille
■fat with white accessories and
carried a bouquet fa pink earns
Sam Gfadamttk sang Albert Hay
Accept* The Gavel
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MILLICI NT TAYLOR, left, bfumf Worthy Advisor M to* Rate
tow Girl*. Junior affiliate of the order of tto Eastern SUr, * •
Worth* Atfvtaor Sjivu hauth.-Ptoto to McLate.
ITEMS or OTEBEST TO EVERYONE
Malotte's "The Lard’s Prayer” sc
compaaml by Charles Roberts, or
ganist who also played the tradi
tional wedding marches fa f ign
grin sod Mendelssohn sad provid
ed a background fa soft music
throughout the ceremony.
The groom, son fa Mr. sad Mrs.
James % Donnelly. Vinter Park,
chose Philip Schmitt, winter Park,,
for his taut man. Ushers wen
James Baker and William Oster
houdt.
Mrs. Delgado, mother fa the
bride, wore s turquoise crept on- 1
aomble, white accessories and a,
corsage fa pink carnations. Mrs.]
Donnelly, mother fa the groom
wort a pink faille suit, navy Woe
accessories and a pink carnation
corsage.
i A reception was held at the home
fa the bride's parent*. Tfa Truman
] Avenue, where baskets of white
chrysanthemums and pink gladioli
decorated the rooms. The throe
tiered wedding cake was served by
Mrs James S. Roberta, sunt fa
far bride. Fern, white frangapnfa
and white candles ta silver candel
abra completed the table appoint
ments.
The Misses Zola Camus and June
Yates were assisted by Mias Gene
vieve Wheeler ta serving at the
punch bowl.
(hit fa town guests included Cspt
Coming Events
THURSDAY, SEP 1 EMBER 17—
ASToponjSritM
jmMUM 0-. *,
"ml’tsS flawfafl 1 tnZ
at linisl. 1
fag, l tsl Woto Martaila
MSHDpvnTimat "^*l
Rotary Ctab tannbnan. BL Paul*.
Parish Bali. IS:M P-m.
Thrift Ship, Navy Comstoseary.'
• to IS
CAP cadsto at Ugb school. T
EUuVodpt at dub bouse. • pm.'
VPW Post No. MU. at post hrooe,
VXI owe bmebaon |
Martha Undo Pranks Ctade of
WMU at Pint Baptist. 10 a.m.
FRIDAY, fIEPTEMRER 1-
Old PaafeAamad byw.a tone aad
fallowsßlp progrnm. Potndnaa
Baptist Church. I N p m.
Gama b4*L CPO dub. NAS.
Jaytoaa Vawth Canter Daacn,
Pninrtaaa • ta U pm.
Sbrtoa Ctab at Jayson dbb
Hodse. t:lt P
Triangle CMb af Pythian Staten,
f: pa.
Caya Hueao Grotto, Rad Men's
Hall. • p m.
Knights af Pythias, Pythian Hall,
fl p.m.
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 1R-
Youtb far Chrtat Rally. Ptaming
Street Methodist Church, 731
Fleming Street. 7JO pm
Deace, CPO Ctab at Naval Air
station. Keynotes Combo, •
p. m. tffl. . .
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER IB
Codrtafl 3r Hear, 1 to 7 p sx. at
NAS CPO Ctab. .
Legis "Marti” Nix fa Ordan
Caballero da la Lai, lac.,
meets at the Caaa Tamyto, m
A metis St. 1:10 pm ovary
(MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 21-
I Gym elaaaao fag Boa
Plane Roan, Id am
Jaytoaa Youth Cantor, Patacisas
atovtaa, I B fa
Amoymaao apaa
meeting. SUM Duval afreet,
• pm
Party PUmned
[for SubmmrimrrM
| fattawa Wives will hold their Dol
phin party tomorrow evening from
!T to • at the Fort Taylor Officer*'
.Ctab potto, where tickets will be
available.
wives la the Kay West area art
invited la attend.
and Mrs. A. E Schrader. Bal Her
bar; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Taylor and
Mrs. Charles H. Wardtow of Mia
mi and A. E. Schrader. Jr., Coral
Gables.
i< Mrs, Duaasßy*! traveling ens
tume was a gray garbardine suit,
white accessories aad a white or
etad corsage. Alter a motor trip
through Florida, the young couple
wfll return to Tallahassee where
both wfll enter their Junior year
at Florida State University where
Mr. Donnelly Is •fffliatod with
Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity and
Mrs. Dsaasily a member ef Gar
net Key. wwmaa'a honorary leader
totip society.
i
Poinciana PTA
Holds Meeting
Mirim PTA Md tu Rnt r.
fular meeting af the school year
IMS44 at the arimto Maaday eve
ntag fa tbs new auditorium.
Presidcat H. D. Carey opened
tba masting witb lbs sixgiag of
America aad salute to the flag
Mrs. A. Higdon tad the group m
-a lively atagaaug. Mrs. Carmeu
Hfaiuitap accompanied at the pia
no
| Albert Carey. Principal, briefly
traced the growth of Potaciaaa
i Elementary School from ita begin
iatag in the present Community
Building with about one hundred
pupil until this year when It is
.Key West's most modem school
'With aa enrollment of STf pupils
[He introduced the teachers and
.welcomed them to the community. 1
j H. D. Carey conducted a short
business masting during which the
eew budget was presented aad ac
cepted.
At the colas ef the meeting re
freshments. cake iced In the school
color* and iced tea punch, ware
served in the patio by tba bos pita
frty committee.
Mrs. Jerry Israel wfll ba at the
school every Wednesday morning
from I to 1:21 to continue the sale
of Government Savings Stamps
and will fiva buyers a booklet in
which to keep them. Parents wish
tag further information may call
Mrs. Israel at ItiM.
. Parents caring to visit the class
rooms are welcome and may call
I Mr. Carey for an appointment. All
| teachers are ta their rooms for
jtome time after the pupils have
hero dismissed tf parent* wish to
. ee# them.
I
Custom Work Done In Our Own
DIAL t-2ta
784 PLBMINO BT. KIY WRIT
COIFFURE DESIGNERS
* J. REIDS
Salon of Beauty
421 Ptamtag Bt. Phono ISM3
LA CONCHA HOTIL
— r ' Mufti ' • 1H i
y
Your eye* hive to work their hard** whea you're serein*, so
experts tell ut.
Yon need more light-aad better UfbW-for sewing then for
jut About any other seeing job you do.
About this time of year, you’re probably busy ***-* school
clothe* and other fall items.
So when you’re sewing, be sure U bars good lighting-th*
bum in lighting— to sae* you from eyestrain, fatigue,
Better light means better sight, the year 'round.

City Electric System
rg 1 - 1
TrUftkomo! CUiorm Office, T<s66|
m l*('R4H 4M
I #SITS HERE
Mrs. Mdlmao fagraham, fmrmcr
ly Gernidme Jayeec* of Key West
has been visiting friends bar*. She
is living with her parents Me. aad
| Me*- Prt *r J Bycork, ta Miami
white her hushaad is aervfag with
the armed forces ovareeat. He is
recuperating from wuunda receiv
ed ta Korean action art is now ta
s military hospital ta Osaka, Ja
pan.
Rood Booster* Will Mm
Meeting of the Band Booster*,
parent’s orgsmsstion supporting
activities of the Key West High
School Band, wfll be held tonight
et Seminary and Tioyncal Streeti
ta the Rand Room at • p. m. Jot
Cornett., president, wdl discuss >m
portent topics at thu tint meet
mg of the school year, according
to Harold Castertoa. Band Direr
tor.
•yufancrtbe Tw Ttats Qllara
L tjjjf Jane Inr ill AM
H
Paul Austin If
\otr Paratrooper
J Private Patti K. Austin, sm af
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Austin. 72-1
Potanina, and n mambas ef the
Uth Airborne Quartermaster Para*
chute Maintenance Company, Ufa.
Airborne Division, PL Campbell,
Ky.. baa recently completed the
three week Basie Airborne Conns
at Ft. tlenaiag. Ga.
Pvt. Austin earned bis Parachu
tist M ing* by passing a ridged
physical training course aad mato
tag five parachute Jumps from aa
aircraft ta flight. He ta now earr
ing with Parachute Maintenance ta
hi* rapacity aa a qualified Army
Parachutist.
j "" " r
Puddings are attractive when
they are steamed individually fa
six-ounce Jetty glasses. Just ba
sure ta grease the glasses well and
fill them about half full with the
pudding batter. Covet them closely
by tying several tlockuesa eg waved
paper over their tops with stria*.

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