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32 ASBURY PAM EVENING PRESS, Wed., July 5, MrJ Ch.he ;r, Ur Mvc, i ' ' '4, -"- I V' jjr ' Mr. and Mr$. Bernord S. Gurman She It the former Zena Flax Zena Flax Is Bride 0 Bernard Gurman LAKEWOOD Miss Zena Flax, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Flax, 144 James St., Toms River, became the bride of Bernard S. Gurman, Maiden, Mass., son of Mr. and Mrs. I. Torrence Gurman, 5530 5th Ave., Pittsburgh, Fa., formerly of Maiden, June 25, at the New Irvington Hotel, here. Rabbi Raphael Miller, of Congregation Ahavat Shalom, performed the ceremony. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, wore a street length gown of Chantilly lace over (ilk organza, with short sleeves and Sabrina neckline. She carried a nosegay bouquet of white carnations, sterling silver roses, and ivy. Mrs. Emmanuel C a r t s o n I s, (Pittsburgh, the 'bride's sister, was matron of honor. Miss Florence M. Clark, Fredonia, N.Y., and Miss Isabel Gurman, the bridegroom's sister, were bridesmaids. They also wore yellow ensembles and carried nosegays of yellow roses and white carnations. Harold Stein, Wakefield, Mass., was best man. Ushers were Im-manuel Lichtenstein and Edward Titlebaum. A reception was held at the j hotel. After a wedding trip to Maine, the couple will make! their home at 34 Spring St., Maiden. The bride is a graduate of Toms Itiver High School and Douglass College. Mr. Gurman is a graduate of Northeastern University, Boston. Mass., and is employed ith Avco Corp., Rad Division, Mass. IT hen Cream Curdles If your homemade cream of tomoato soup should curdle, beat in a pinch of baking soda. Regatta Fair to Benefit Mariner Training Trips FAIR HAVEN - Mariner Ship , J19 of the Senior Girl Scouts will hold a regatta fair Saturday from noon till 6 p.m. at : the riverfront home of their leader, Mrs. Walter Isbrandtsen, 45 Haddon Park. The estate has an excellent view of the Sweep-ftakes Regatta on the Navesink Finer. The fair will also feature an auction, games, refreshments, boat rides, pony rides, and a baby-pen. The Mariners plan to use the proceeds to pay for three training cruises The second year group is entitled to a three-day cruise up the Hudson River on a power cruise to Kingston, N.Y.. end to City Island, New York, 2 Vi j SUMMER : : FURNITURE I at our VERY LOW PRICES ALUMINUM CHAISE xd CHAISE ROCKING CHAIRS (All Kindt) STUDIO COUCHES and LOUNGES INNERPSRING MATTRESS HOLLYWOOD BEDS ODD CHESTS nd DRESSERS ! LEXINGTON ! Furniture Outlet Hwy. 35 w. belmar; Op Efih9 rwf ci 4ioo f -3 J r CAROLYN M. BRAUND Miss Braund Is Betrothed RED BANK Mr. and Mrs. Reed J. Braund, 20 Tilton Rd., an nounce the engagement of their daughter, Carolyn Margaret, to Philip L. Gauntt III, son of Mrs. Frances N. Gauntt of Levittown. Pa., and Ortley Beach, and the late Dr. P. L. Gauntt Jr. A September wedding is planned. The bride-elect is an alumna of Ridgewood High School and Cedar Crest College. She is employed as a stewardess with National Airlines. Mr. Gauntt is a graduate of Delhaas High School, Bristol, Pa., and served in the Coast Guard. He is attending the University of 1 Tampa in Florida. to pick up the 53-foot schooner Azor IV, sail her to Sandy Hook, and dock at Atlantic Highlands. The third year group will have a six-day cruise on A;.or IV to New London and Mystic. Conn.: Greenport. L.I.. and Block Island, then back to Atlantic Highlands. The first year group will sleep overnight on Azor IV at Sandy Hook after a sail in the ocean, return vessel to City Island, and return here by power cruiser. The committees for the fair are: Barbara Shelley. Susan Banner, Cheryl Wainright. Lois Ma-gee. Kitty De Nicola, and Virginia Ross, booths: Donna Duckworth, Claudia Stefan, Wendy Hocker. Diane Hallman, and Barbara Winckelmann, refreshments; Lynne Isbrandtsen, Lois Macee, and Nina Vuyosevich. boating: Gloria Giorno, Lois Magee. Barbara Winckelmann. Wendy Hocker. and Diane and Beverly Hall-man, publicity; Lynn Hoffman and Deborah Hasbrock. hay ride; Kathv Layburn. Virginia Ross, and Barbara Shelley, safety: Cheryl Wainright and Lynn HrfTman, baby-pen: Vicki Kess-ler, Claudia Stephan. and Vicki Barrett, go-cart; Helen Close. Kittv De Nicolo. and Barbara Shelley, chart-our-course. and Susan Grecnry. Kathy Layburn. and Wendy Hocker, prizes. Ho bug is immune when hit by Kon-Kil "KairtCil does kill flies tmosquiloes ' I 5MJ 4 Siow IFifi Vacation Motif EATONTOWN Members of the Garden Clubs of Zone Ten . , , , . , v . of the Garden Club of New Jer - sey have combined their efforts to stage a vacation flower show, JuJv 12 and 13, in Monmouth Shopping Center's Civic Audi - H 6 , torium. The show is planned to explain to the general public the arromDlishments of carden clubs in the fields of floral arrange-! ovak Mrs. Berfi. Mrs. Connolly , , , Mrs. Shapiro, Mrs. Francis I. ment and artistic design, in hor- Swar(z Fajr Haven md Mrs ticulture, in conservation, and in William Mulheron, Holmdcl, art-education. Lstic design consultants; Mrj. Mrs. Nicholas Novak of Allen-j Gould, special awards, and Mrs. hurst. Zone Ten chairman, is gen-. Lione. dismantling. eral chairman, assisted by Mrs. Hnrv C Rers of Sea Girt. Mem- is that o -r .u- io ..u.. ' make up Zone Ten SiMTrSiliiifes Couple er show to be held ' in this event zone-wide flower bv this particular section of the1 MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP -Garden Club of New Jersey. Miss Anita Charlotte Brown, There will be classes for chil-, daughter of Mrs. William J. dren and adults in artistic de-; Brown, 14 Belmont Drive, East sign and horticulture. Several hun- j Keansburg, and Charles Brown, dred entries are expected for the Jersey City, became the bride of show which has "It's a Glori-' Harold Burtis Patterson Sunday ous Slimmer" as its theme. Mrs. ! at the Bay Shore Community Robert Connolly of West End is : Church, East Keansburg. coordinator of special exhibits. ! tk- hrideeroom is the son of Special exhibits will be as follows: birds, to be done by Mrs. John Irwin of Atlantic Highlands; litterbugs, Mrs. G. William Mac-donald. Colonial Terrace, Ocean Township; conservation, Mrs. Jo-siah Hewitt, Holmdcl, and education, members of the Grow and Show Garden Club of Elberon Six women whose floral riesiffns are known throughout the state and Metropolitan areas will do a series of special "guest arrange - ments" en the general theme of "Summer's Golden Hours." Mrs. John N. Langenbergcr of Nave- sink is in charge of this particu lar class. List Committees Committee aides include Mrs. Arthur G. Huson of Little Silver and Mrs. Saul Shapiro, Atlantic Highlands, schedules and artistic design classes; Mrs. Eric W ! liamson, Rumson, horticulture; Mrs. Macdonald, and members of the Grow and Show Garden Club, staging; Mrs. F. Hobart Walker, lnterlaken. horticulture entries chairman; Mrs. L. A. Foi-lansbee, West Long Branch. Mrs. Philip Hyland, Metedeconk, and Mrs. Ralph Lione, New Shrews- hnrv nrtictin Aacien wtrinc trc r,w rWranHnr T.itH ilk-,.,' junior entries, and Mrs. Willard j Clarence B. Golembiewski chair-T. Somerville. Fair Haven, junior man ,of thLe Fifth Distnct Evening class consultant. Membership Department of the Also Mrs. Williamson and Mrs. I New Jers.v, Slate Federation of . ! I Women's Clubs, was host at a DtWif A tll mesne recent chairmen's conference at Episcopal Guild WALL TOWNSHIP - A talk on X-rays was given by Dr. Vincent W'helan, chief of radiology at Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch, at the meeting of the Guild of St. Michael's Episcopal Church, Glendola, recently at the church. The annual parish social was announced Sunday on the church ; Lartaud. Fair Haven; Mrs. Rich-lawn. Plans were completed for ' ard H. Molke, Little Silver: Mrs. the cake sale Tuesday at Allaire State Park. Following the meeting refreshments were served by Mrs. Wil liam Dragon. Mrs. Philip Hirle-man, and Miss Dorothy From-mel. 1 LOVELIER YOU By MARY SUE MILLER. KEEP A COOL HEAD Unless you make a fetish of shading hats and snug swim caps, a week- end of swimming and sunning , can bring chaos to your coif. Just j everyday heat and humidity cause j most locks to go limp and musty, ! long before shampoo day. For restoring order, the obious - step is to wash and set at once, But how many lovelies can take time out for an unscheduled "do "? Hardly anyone we know! 1 Happily, there are several quick tricks to freshen the scalp and hair. To cleanse and sweeten the scalp, you need only apply a suitable tonic. The speediest. method is wi'h an eyedropper. ' Simply place the dropper on the scalp and slowly trickle in the tonic, from crown to hairline at about two inch-intervals. Let the tonic dry and then brush. ' The hair perks up with an ap- , lication of dry shampoo powder, I This remoes crime, oil. sticki- ness. and hair-spray residue, with- out disturbing what's left of a set Curls actually gain resilience . f i Sf ri . , William Cranmer, Long Branch, ' horticulture classification; Mrs. j W'aldron Kennison, Fair Haven, 1 publjcjty. Mrj Konney , f-air Haven, and Mrs. Louis Tofte, ! Brielle, judges and hospitality; i Mrs- Edward M. Pearsali, El- ; f ron : i. Mrs' JosePh. B' Mount, Little Silver, properties; Mrs Thom3S Gouid and Mrs. W'aldron Smith, both of Atlantic Highlands, judge's clerks; Mrs. l Church Rite Mrs. Martha Hendricks. 60 Vine yard Ave., East Keansburg, and tne late Harold Patterson. ; The Rev. John P. Euler, pastor, officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Edward Soborski, Bayonne. M;ss Patricia Brown, at home i sister of the bride, and Charles Anderson. Orange, Conn., attended the couple, 1 Tne bride was graduj:ed fi om ( Snyder High School, Jersey City. She is a private secretary at Johnson and Johnson Co., New Brunswick. Mr. Paiterson, a graduate of New Brunswick High School, attended Monmouth College and Rutgers University. He is assistant production manager of Conduit Cable Co., New Brunswick. The couple plan to live in Union Eeach. 9 Chairmen Attend Fifth District Meet WEST LONG BRANCH Mrs, nrr jhijik?, nuiiup mi. The babies' hospital in Newark is the state project for the year. A staff doctor will visit all. the departments and explain the needs of the hospital. Mrs. Golembiewski announced the federation dates for lt and 1962. The first event will be Fall Conference at Douglass College, New Brunswick, Sept. 30. Attending were Mrs. Harold R Kenneth Leff, Lincroft, Middle- town Township; Mrs. William -P. Walton Jr., Asbury Park; Mrs. Robert D. Hope, lnterlaken," and Mrs. Royal Flicdner, Mrs. Thomas D. Bazley, and Mrs. Frank A. Poole, Long Branch. after a dry shampoo. The hair! looks clean, fluffy, and lustrous, ; ; too. Drv ctiamnrtc ard mcv in lid Ym fhake on a sma, amoun and rub it in well. You next ' place a terry attachment icomes i with the shampoo ' on your comb, 1 and repeatedly comb through your hair. Your locks are then ; ready to dress. 1 Of course, if your curls were on the stringy side to start with, you should pin them up. You can make short shrift of the job by dampening with hair spray, of the self-stylinc variety, Rule Your Waves? What's your hair problem? You will find a way. to overcome it in my 16-page booklet, "Rule Your Waves." Advice includes beauty treatments for oily, dry, : and normal hair; ways to manace unruly locks: how to add color and highlights; tips on cutting,! pcrmanents. and styling; groom-; ing tricks Write me in care of i this newspaper for ymir copy enclosing a large, self-addressed, stamped envelope and 29C in coin. ash y o i mmu'vf : l I- i s . . M, Sgt. and Mrs. Pool W. Slater She Is the former Thelma Frances Turner' Thelma Turner Has Ft. Monmouth Bridal ft tnvtniTTHlite Tholma Frances Turner, daughter of Mrs Sherley Turner and the late Mr. Turner, 230 Pearl St., Red Bank, MAUREEN VIOLA VAN NOTE Engagement Announced NEPTUNE Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Van Note, 16 Coral Way announce the engagement of their daughter, Maureen Viola, to Pfc. Gerald J. Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jewel H. Carlson, Atwater, Minn. The engagement was announced i at a party given recently by Miss ! Van Note's parents. ; The bride-elect was graduated from Neptune High School. Pfc Carlson was graduated from Atwater High School. He is serving in the Army stationed-at it. uoraon, ua. Dance Club Welcomes 12 SEA GIRT Six couples were welcomed as guests of the Shore Promenaders Square Dance Chin at the meeting recently in St. Uriel's Parish Hall. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Schwab, Lexington Park, Md., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ap-plegate, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Olmstead. Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Shea. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Car ver, and Mrs. and Mrs. Bud ! uaalc , . , A picnic was announced Friday j -inM ,i h n,v t t m i Wall Township. Followins the business session William Dodd. director, taunht a i new dance entitled, "Very Chic." STATE COMMITTEE APPOINTMENT - Mrs. Jose-phine M. tang, 72 Riverside Ave., Red Bank, has been appointed to serve on the New Jersey league of Women Voters State Committee on Water Resources, as well os state director of public relations. Miss Long retired Saturday os ossistant principol of Linden High School. She is a graduate of Red Bank High School, New York University, and Columbia University, ft -'r fS t"z!t Sry i herame the bride of M Set. PahI W. Slater, son of the late Mrs. neniy nvnuau, oaiiimore, June 24 at Chapel No. 1. here, at 3 p.m. Lt. Col. Daniel O. Wilson, cnap - II - l .1 1 1 -!; , lain, orticiated at the double ring ceremony. ine oriae, wno was given in marriage by her brother, Sp. D. Alvin Turner, wore a gown of ttnite satin with an over-blouse bodice and sash bow in the front. The sheath skirt had an over-skirt train. The illusion veil was at- tacned to a nve clover leat head- piece irimmea wnn seeded pearls. bhe carried white roses, babies'- breath, and feathered carnations on a prayer book Gowned in Pink The matron of honor was Mrs Charles Washington, Ft. Bliss, Tex. She wore a gown of mist pink silk organza with a veiled I pillbox of shocking pink. She car- ned a cascade bouquet of blush carnations. The attendants were Mrs. Har - old Allen. Miss Virginia Miller. I ana miss unxta Allen, junior i bridesmaid, all of Red Bank. They wore gowns of shocking pink silk organza with veiled pillbox hats of mist pink. They carried bouquets of pale pink carnations, Capt. Charles W. Washington, Ft. Bliss, was best man. The ! ushers were Benjamin Wilson, F'ne Brook, uncle of the bride; 1 Frank Booker and Thomas Dove, Red Bank. Reception Held A reception was held at the Masonic Lodge, Shrewsbury Ave., Red Bank, After a brief trip to New York the couple will leave for Ft. Bliss where MSgt. Slater is stationed with the Intelligence Department. Both the bride and bridegroom I are graduates of Hampton Insti tute, Hampton, Va. Mrs. Salter is also a graduate of Columbia University Teachers College and is music teacher at Memorial School. Eatontown. Belmar Woman Honored at Fete j INTERLAKEN - Mrs. Helen ; Schmidt, 617 Bendermere Ave., was hostess to members of the ; Belmar Girls Club recently ft ' her home. A surprise birthday party was held for Mrs. Eleanor Wines of Belmar. Twenty-four , , . , members attended. Cards were Mrs. Alma Clayton, Avon. president, was general chairman. assisted by Mrs. Catherine Schenck, Mrs. Hilda Brisben, Mrs. Ann Schroeder, Mrs. Leona Crosson. and Mrs. Harry M. Lyon. Refreshments were served. Join the Parade - SAVERS ARE II III 31 Savings Received by the 15th of Any month earn from the 1st! SAVE BY MAIL POSTAGE PAID BOTH WAYS OPEN DAILY 9 A.M. to 3:30 P.M. THURSDAY EVENINGS Miss Broivne Attended By Two Sisters RED BANK Miss Nancy Browne, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Browne, Broadmore Drive, Rumson, yesterday became the bride of Hugh Owen Mac- Iellan Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Owen Maclelian Sr., Look out Mountain, Tenn., at the First Presbyterian Church. Dr. Sargent Bush, pastor, per formed the ceremony The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of silk organza with scoop neckline, fitted Basque bodice, and brace let-length sleeves. The bell-shaped skirt was appliqued with lace. Her threc-teired veil was of English illusion, and fell from a French orange blossom coronet. She car ried a crescent-shaped bouquet of lilies and hues of the valley, Gowned In Blue Miss Patty Browne was maid of honor, and Miss Barbara Browne was bridesmaid. Both are sisters of the bride. Their gowns were of blue silk organza, and they car ried yellow roses and babies breath. Mr. Macleilan Sr. was best man for his son. Ushers were Richard Fowler of Lookout Mountain, and Ted Beason. Birmingham, Ala A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents. The couple are taking a wedding trip to Bermuda, after which they will live in Lookout Mountain, Mr. Macleilan will attend the Wharton School of Finance, Uni versify of Pennsylvania, Phila oelPnia nexl year ! QOUt Ctt III I) 1 I Will Open f -mr Ull MOllUttY J J I HOWELL TOWNSHIP The Shore Council of Girl Scouts. Inc f will open its first day camp ses- sion at Camp Sacajawea, here, Monday to July 21 The camp consists f ,23 acrPS of )and. lt was attended by 150 ! tk;. program will consist of nature study and living in the out-of- doors. Although reservations for the : first session are closed, registra i tion can be made for the second session. July 24 to Aug. 3. at the council office in Spring Lake, ; The fee is $12 including transpor- : tation. Applications will be ac- cepted from both Girl Scouts and non scouts, within the Council area. Mrs. John Legg is camp director and Mrs. Horace Gillespie, chairman. Counselors include Miss Beverly Youree, Miss Mary Becker, Miss Lilly Ham. Miss Sue Howell, and Mrs. Phyllis Klein. Program aides are Miss Bar bara Keever, Miss Dottie Froser, Miss Barbara Jacquot, Miss Carol Ostwald, and Miss Marie Hogarty. Mrs. Rose German, a registered nurse, is health supervisor. Auxiliary Greets 2 New Members TOMS RIVER Mrs. Earl Mac Kenzie and Mrs. James Walters. b0"1 f here, were welcomed as new members at the recent meeting of the Toms River Fire Company Auxiliary at the firehouse W. Water St. Twenty-seven members were present. Plans were made for a buffet luncheon July 19 at the fire-house, with Mrs. Alvin Applegate in charge. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Leslie Sever, Mrs. Albert De Carlo, and Mrs. Arthur Quilty. Hot Sandwiches CORNED BEEF PASTRAMI RARE ROAST BEEF HOMEMADE SALADS, MEAT PLATTERS, LOX, STURGEON Bradley KOSHER DELICATESSEN, PR 5-5222 Main 4th, Bradley Braes W Calrr to Jill A Bain To Mutual Aid EARNING Current niiiimii r I Your Savings Art SAFE Here, Insured By An Instrumentality of The United States Government 6 P.M. to 8 P.M. 0U06s Mri. Frank Begonia The former Ann Ciniello Point Pleasant Man Weds Ann WEST NEW YORK Miss Ann; Ciniello, daughter of Mrs. Vincent Cimello, 252 Cator Ave., Jersey KAREN ANN KELLERS Elberon Girl Sets Wedding LONG BRANCH A fall wed- ing is planned for Karen Ann Kellers, whose parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Kellers, 257 Howard Ave., Elberon, have an nounced her engagement to John Marino, son of Mrs. Katherine Marino, Rierview Drive. Lodi. and the late Anthony Marino. - Miss Kellers is a graduate of Asbury Park High School and the University of Vermont, where she was a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Mr. Marino is a graduate of Memorial High School and the University of Vermont. He was member of Phi Delta Theta fra ternity, and is employed by General Electric, Pittsfield, Mass., as an electrical engineer. CIIMDXEES 5emi-annual SALE! $9.98 to $12.93 French Room Shoes $H97 JL .md ST88 Hiph-fashion 1 r Casuals, now $2.99 to $4.97 MONMOUTH CENTER, EATONTOWN, N.J. S9S riFTH AVENUE, MANHATTAN CROSS COUNTY CENTER . WHITE PLAINS . HANHASSET GREEN ACRES. VALLEY STREAM . ROOSEVELT FIELD MID-ISLAND. HICKSVILLE . GARDEN STATE PLAZA BERGEN MALL. PARAMUS, N. J. r t A Ciniello City, became the bride of Frank Begonia at Our Lady of Libera Roman Catholic Church on June 24. The Rev. Eugene Fanelli officiated. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Begonia, 522 Oak Ter., Point Pleasant. The bride is also the daughter of the late Mr. Ciniello. A reception was held at Casino in the Park, Jersey City. The couple left for a wedding trip to Miami Beach, Fla. The bride was graduated from Ferris High School, Jersey City. The bridegroom was graduated from Demarest High School. He serve in the Air Force. He is employed as a professional musician. ' The couple will reside at 523 Oak Ter., Point Pleasant. no teams 0 worry obouff $eomes ttockingt day and drtss tfictn $1.35 , $1.95 Department Store, Long Branch Make thesa rremencJoBs saving! yours on fashions to wear now! Many fine leathers, fabrics. All sizes bnt not in every style. group, $7.88-$8.83 7

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