Asbury Park Press from Asbury Park, New Jersey on June 3, 1976 · Page 30
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Thursday, June 3, 1976
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i ASBURY PARK PRESS, Thur.; June 3. 1976 Bll r Area Organizations Elect; New Slates of Officers MIDDLETOWN TOWN- - Miss Helen Pryor has been elected president of Serving with her will be Miss Vlncina Porcelli, vice president; Mrs. Antoinette Gelso and Mrs. Joan Porcelli, secretaries, and Mrs. Louise Grob, treasurer. River Plaza Woman's Club. They were Joan Witter-scheln, president; Patty -Semones, vice president; Jill Gardella and. Maureen Glv-ens, secretaries; and Kathy White, treasurer. ,': OCEAN TOWNSHIP -New officers of the woman's Serving with her will be Mrs. vice president; Irv Kir-schner, Asbury Park, treasurer; and Joe Arnold, Levittown, Pa., secretary.- , STAFFORD TOWNSHIP -The Garden Club of Long Beach Island installed officers at a luncheon meeting at Carroll's Carvelle Inn. They were Mrs. Charlotte Freeman, president; Mrs. Alene Kearns, first vice president, and Mrs. Mildred Greed, recording secretary. , ... John Dantone, vice president; Mrs. Robert Howson, treasurer, and Mrs. Robert Kelly and Mrs. R.G. Baxter, secretaries. FLEA MARKET - MY DMVt-M, ROUTE 37, TOMS R.IVHI TIUPHOM M-30 (JOHN BATH, MOt.) ANTIQUES KSmVBL COUECTAE4B OOTNMG HANDKRAFTS JEWBIY PLANTS TOWS MIDDLETOWN TOWN. gona, Berkeley Township, president; Raymond Chat-field, Dover Township, vice president; Mrs. Victoria R. Leovin, Jackson Township, Mrs. Theresa Denman, Berkeley Township, and Jack Astbury, Dover Township, secretaries; and Samuel Sherman, Dover Township, treasuer. Council membership represents more than 80 senior citizens organizations in Ocean County. OCEAN TOWNSHIP -New officers have been elected by members of Jersey Coast Speakers Club. They are Ms. Lynne Warrick, Oceanport, president; Bob Konderock, Monmouth Beach, lieutenant governor; Joe Odence, Long Branch, SHIP Mrs. Joyce Kane is the new president of Mid- FRESH IAKED READ A PRODUCE -ttHAf mom mm gumma's nmr lOUTt ' 37 ' EAST TOWARD HASIDE. TAKI JUOHANDU AT COOllDOf TO iAY wyi-M PRESS CARRIERS EARN& LEARN and Mrs. J. Allen Mohn, Ocean Township, and Mrs. Harold P. Rubin, Interlaken, vice presidents; Mrs. Jane K. Grammer, Shrewsbury, and Mrs. Audrey W. Wilson, Sea Bright, secretaries; and Mr. and Mrs. James Rowland, here, treasurers. LONG BRANCH - New officers of St. Dorothea's Guild of Eatontown, took over their duties at an installation dinner at the Friendly Cafe, West End. They were Mrs. John St am pf el, president; Mrs. Henry Palermo, vice president; Mrs. Alice Sculthorpe and Mrs. Frank Petrane, secretaries; and Miss Mary Carhart, treasurer. BERKELEY TOWNSHIP Mrs. George Peterson is the new president of the Junior Woman's Club of Lacey-Berkeley Township. Serving with her will be Mrs. Fred Casmano, vice presi dent; Mrs. John Roeseler, treasurer, and Mrs. Gene Tarricone and Mrs. Gene Reilly, secretaries. BRICK . TOWNSHIP -Ocean County Senior Citizen Coordinating Council has a new slate of officers. " They are Joseph A. Ara- Mayrowitz and Mrs. Rita Michel, secretaries. BELMAR - Rabbi Norman Eller, spiritual leader of Congregation Sons of Israel, here, installed new congregation officers at the center. : The slate included Freddy Strauss, president; Abraham R. Klitzman and Marc Kaplan, vice presidents; Samuel Bick and Louis Spitzer, secretaries; and Max Himelman, treasurer. POINT PLEASANT - New officers of Point Pleasant Junior Woman's Club were introduced at the club's mother-daughter banquet at Kings Grant Inn. They were ,Mrs. Lynn Boone, president; Mrs. Mary Popovich, vice president; Mrs. Janice Sikkema and Mrs. Angela Carey, secretaries; and Miss Penny Kapp, treasurer. i WEST LONG BRANCH -Mrs. Ofelia Tirico Zimmer, Spring Lake, has been reelected president of Monmouth College Library Association. Mrs. Zimmer and a new slate of officers were installed at a luncheon at the college. Others serving are Mrs. H. William Mullaney 1-1 KlMC CALL 774 7000 TODAY Auxiliary to the Monmouth County Medical Society took . over their posts at the group's luncheon at Holly- , wood Golf Club. They were ( Mrs. Natalio Damien, Little Silver, president and Mrs.,, James Knect, Wayside, vice president. - , . ; , '.." ' ? LAKEWOOD - Mrs. Carol Bernstein has been elected president of Clifton Avenue School PTA. Others serving with her will be Mrs. June Jaeger, vice president; Mrs. Judy Lioio and Mrs. Lois Zwick, secretaries; and Mrs. Gail Appleman, treasurer. LAKEWOOD - Mrs. Mary Adler and Mrs. Minnie Schetina will serve as co-presidents of the Sisterhood of Congregation Ahavat Shalom, f . Others installed at a recent .meeting were Mrs. Doris Labelson and Mrs. Enid Bondar, vice presidents; Mrs. Barbara Burnick, treasurer; and Mrs. Nancy SPRING LAKE HEIGHTS Robert Ehrmann has taken over the presidency of Wall Township Lions Club. Other officers Installed at a dinner at the Brass Barrel , , were George , Conover, Cort Heyniger and Warren Frier-ich, vice presidents; William ' Crane, secretary; Richard O'Connell, treasurer; Leslie Bray, lion tamer and William Manning, tail twister. - HOWELL TOWNSHIP -Candlewood Woman's Club had its annual installation banquet at the Cricket Restaurant. .',.. Taking office were Mrs. ' George McCusker, president; Mrs. Joseph Sammataro, vice president; Mrs. Ron Mopsick, treasurer; Mrs. Al O'Brien and Mrs. Anthony Russo, secretaries. MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP Installation ceremonies for new officers of Lincroft School PTA were held at the school, Newman Springs Rd., The slate included Mrs. Barbara Schaflin, president; Mrs.; Linda Bolger and Joseph' LaBatch, vice presidents; Mrs. Marilyn Armstrong and Mrs. Cathy Mietz, secretaries; and Dixie Thaisz, treasurer. TOMS RIVER - Mrs. Sophie Steinweiss is the new president of Toms River . Chapter of Hadassah. ' Others seated at the group's installation dinner at Congregation B'nai Israel center were Mrs. Adele Selinger, vice president; and Mrs. Beverly, Klein, Mrs. Maxine Spinella, Mrs.' Theresa Hirschfeld and Mrs. Pauline Rand, secretaries. MIDDLETOWN TOWNSHIP Mrs. James McLaren, president of Lincroft Woman's Club, installed officers of the Lin- . croft Sub-Junior Club, at a dinner at Bamm Hollow Country Club. dletown Junior Woman's Club.- - :, ,,, , Others installed at a dinner at Buck Smith's Restaurant, East Keansburg, were Mrs. Linda Apel, president; Mrs. Joan Tomek, treasurer; and Mrs. Bernie Lakefield and Mrs. Ronnie Meckier, secretaries. WEST LONG BRANCH New officers of the Evening Membership Department of the Woman's Club of Asbury Park were installed at the group's 30th annual installation banquet at the Squires Pub. Taking office were Mrs. John Schroeter, chairman; ' Mrs. Anthony Marino and Mrs. Robert Vetter, vice chairmen; and Mrs. Leonard Tiiri, Mrs. Alfonso Scerbo and Mrs. Richard Herbert, secretaries. Mrs. James Ciavaglia and Mrs. Peter Shebell Jr., were banquet chairmen. WARETOWN - New officers for Lacey Jaycees were installed at a charter night banquet at Dry Dock Inn. They were Ron ' Leard, president; Fred Victor and Jack Trackseler, vice presidents; Geoffrey Geiger, secretary; Joe Richardson, treasurer, and Al Augustyn, Paul Heft, Leigh Brethauer, Jim Cahill and John Matthews, directors. ' Service awards were presented to Blaine Schwarz, retiring president; Roger Treadway, Bob Breen, Tracksler, Phil Romano, Dan Desmond, John Connor, Geiger. Mickey Coen, Leard, Fred Victor and Stewart Snyder. RED BANK - Mrs. Robert VanBrunt is the new president of St. Anthony's PTA. It Won't Be A Bother To Get A Gift For Father (not with all the ideas at Jamian) Fun stuff like waste basketball, peanut butter makers, jigsaw puzzles; slot machines. Desk stuff like bookends, carafe sets, electric pencil sharpeners. Summer stuff like good barbeque tools, magnetic card playing sets, outdoor thermometers or clocks. Personal stuff like a valet stand, wallets and key cases, men's travel accessories. Come in, You'll find just the right gift for your Dad! PLANTING BONANZA 264 Norwood Ave. daily 10 to 5:30 Wed. eve. 7 to 9 gifts ' lamps home accessories Evergreens Choose from a wide assortment of popular evergreens growing in one gallon containers. T77 LI MO. I N Select Shrubs Evergreens and Trees Plus popular flowering shrubs, wrapped in burlap or in containers. Size depends on variety. MO. 44 EA. OURMQ. 5.99 4. 2L.''"W A"- 1 OUffSEQ. 7.99 EA. 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