Clipped From Valley News
designed Prim- or Talk taken J. Luncheon Is Benefit for University Fashions of the Orient adapted for the American woman will he shown at the fall luncheon meeting (if Valley Chaptei, Brandeis University National Women's Committee, Tuesday, Sept. 26, at Sportsmen's Lodge. May Wong, formerly of Kowloon, has designed the clothes. There also will be showing of rare jade jewelry and fur fashions. Mrs. Joseph Strasbei g will commentate and Mrs. Max Flaxman is piano accompanist. Models are Phyllis Shepherd, Sue Rocher, Barbara Heyman, Jill Slavin and Elaine Honig, according to Mrs. Milton Heyman and Mrs. Lee Patman, program coordinators. Mrs Joseph D. Walters is overall chairman. Mrs. Samuel Hoffman, president, will welcome guests and Mrs. Morris Schrager will give the invocation. Reservations.' are being taken by Mrs. Yetta Chalek. Proceeds go to Brandeis University at- Waltham, Mass.