The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey on January 23, 1968 · 9
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The Central New Jersey Home News from New Brunswick, New Jersey · 9

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THE DAILY HCftlE NEWS NEW BRUNSWICK. N.J.. TUESDAY. JAX. 23. 1968 Librarian x JOAN FRANCES COWEN Sisterhood Plans Trip The Sisterhood of the Highland Park Conservative Temple will sponsor a trip to the Jewish Theological Seminary and to the Jewish Museum in New York City on Monday. There will be a library tour and a lecture on rare books and manuscripts housed in the library, which contains the largest number of books on lle-braica and Judaica in the world. Lunch in the seminary cafeteria and a tour of the seminary will follow. From there, the group will proceed to the Jewish Museum, where the exhibit on the Masa-da excavations will be seen. A chartered bus will leave at 9 a.m. Monday from the Highland Park Temple, returning at approximately 4:30 p.m. Those interested may call Mrs. Joseph D. Levin or Mrs. Newman Leonard for further information. Harry Layton Gets Bachelor's Degree Harry S. Layton Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry S. Layton Sr. of 7 Wellington Place, New Brunswick graduated from Rider College Sunday at its 103rd commencement, with a degree from the Liberal Arts School in Psychology. Layton is now employed by the Woods School for retarded and brain damaged children, in Lamrhorne, Pa. He will study at Trenton State College for a masters degree in Speical Education. LOANS OF ALL TYPES OF ALL TYPES OF ALL TYPES THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MIDDLESEX COUNTY With Offices In East Brunswick Jamesburg Rossmoor Parlin , Sayreville South River Spotswood MEMBER F.D.I.C. 'Bringing Hints Collected by Mrs. Dan WHAT'S WITH CREEPERS? "Doing what comes naturally." What better theme song for a creeper? Here s a little fellow (or gal) who's determined to go it alone. And w h v not? i Haven't you felt that way yourself? Cause for pride. You can delight in the fact that your creeper is developing both physically and mentally. First, creeping is exercise at its very best because every muscle in your baby's body is put into play. Second, he's learning to think about how and where to go. You can provide creeping incentives for your darling: a bright ball to push along and follow. A toy placed across the room to set him scampering. What's the good word on extra-hearty food for scoot-abouts? Or the creeper who's about to try toddling? Gerber High Meat Dinners. ..with three times as much meat as regular vegetable andmeatcom-binations. Savory? Of course, with all that extra meat. Flavor-brightened, too, with garden vegetables. i 1 to Wed in Summer Rite Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cowen of 186 Manor Crescent, New Brunswick, announce the engag-ment of their daughter, Miss Joan Frances Cowen, to Edward F. Garthwaite, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Garthwaite of Roselle Park. Miss Cowen, librarian at The Home News, is a 1960 graduate of Metuchen High School. She received a bachelor of science degree in secondary education and English from Pennsylvania State University in 1964 and holds a master's degree in library science from Rutgers University Graduate School of Library Science. Her fiance, an interviewer for the N.J. State Division of Employment Security in Elizabeth, is a 1960 graduate of Roselle Park High School. He graduated in 1964 from Rutgers University with a bachelor of arts degree in liberal arts. The couple will be married Aug. 3 at St. Francis Church, Metuchen, with a reception to follow at the Somerville Inn. Sewing Exhibition On Two Nights In Somerville The Somerset County Home Bionomics Extension Service is sponsoring two nights of sewing demonstrations tomorrow and Thursday. Each night will be different. The event will be held in the Fellowship Hall of the Second Reformed Church, 100 W. Main St., Somerville, from 8 to 10 p.m. each evening. The program was planned and coordinated by Mrs. Donald Bardo, a home economics council member and Mrs. Judith Pylcs, Somerset County Home Economist. Some of the sewing techniques to be shown are hand worked buttonholes, sewing on fasten-ings, hems, zipper, invisible zipper, setting in a sleeve and alterations. Members of a basic clothing construction class are participating as demonstrators. They are Mrs. Raymond Lutz, Mrs. Virginia Aussiker, Mrs. B. J. Durso, Mrs. Blanche Lichtmann, Mrs. Percy Beers, Mrs. Donald Kelly, Mrs. Grace Seiffert, Mrs. Helen Delegianis, Mrs. Leonard Hirsch, Mrs. Hazel Williams, Mrs. Donald Bardo, Mrs. Joseph Gartner and Mrs. Donald Bailey. An exhibit of eight different outfits constructed from one pat- tern will be en display. The ex- hibit was loaned by Mrs. Betty Sanderson. Each person who attends is asked to bring along a sewing kit needle, thread, scissors, straight pins, button, snap, hook and eyes, seam binding, zipper and six samples of cotton fabric. Park Women to See Travelogue on Europe The Highland Park Woman's Club will meet tomorrow at the home of Mrs. John Held-rich, 239 Harrison Ave., Highland Park, and see a European travelogue narrated by Mrs. Heldrich. Mrs. Walter Dech and Mrs. Joseph McGovern will be receptionists, and hospitality chairmen will be Mrs. Robert Arnold and Mrs. Harry O'Neill. Parents of Son Mr. and Mrs. David A. Levit-sky of 79 Taylor Ave., East Brunswick, are the parents of a son, Steven Robert, bom on Wednesday, Jan. 17, at Prance-ton Hospital. This is the couple's first child. Mrs. Levitsky is the former Miss Carol Ann Rubinstein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Rubinstein of 45 Raleigh Road, Kendall Park, South Brunswick. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Levitsky of Salem. UpHaby Gerber, Mother of Five Toddler Treat That's Fun to Eat Fold a jarful of Gerber Strained Chwken or Turkey High Meat Dinner into waffle or pancake batter. Delicious way to add protein. Could be you or dad might snap this one up, too. High meat dinner highlights from Dan Gerber. "When Gerber High Meat Dinners were developed it took 18 months of nutrition research and 72 recipe variations before our specialists were satisfied. Then 3.200 ba bies taste-tested the 2 final formulations and picked their favorite. "Time and patience are required. But this Gerber care assures you of the famous Gerber goodness. Can you think of a better way to get your money 'i worth in baby's well-being?" Safety firsts. Creeping poses new problems of safety. A fourwalk-er will make a beeline for any bright object, so it's wise to scan the floor for pins, bits of cellophane, etc. Lamp, toaster, iron cords or low-drooping plants should not be left a-dangle. Vitamin C.eaiy as 1-2-3 with Gerber Strained Fruit Juices. All ten provide over 100 of the recommended daily allowance. Gerber Baby Products,Box33,Fremont,Mich. ODANOI JUICE s Baet qij Being pormed Motners of members of the Ballet Workshop of the N.J. Federation of Music Clubs will meet at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Zee Rocker, 56 Woodbridge Ave., Metuchen, to form a Ballet Workshop Guild. Also attending will be teachers who are members of the federation's dance department. The guild is being formed to organize and run fund-raising affairs to supply proceeds with which the workshop can buy scenery, costume and other things needed for its productions. Four members of Matteo's Indo-American Dance Group will also give a lecture-dance on Hindu dancing. The ballet workshop has an enrollment of 55 students who meet once a month with the artists director, Alfredo Corvi-no of the Metropolitan Opea Ballet School at Lincoln Center, and bi-weekly with Madame Sonya Dobrovinskya of the International Dance School at Carnegie Hall. IJSS jda Thompson . , . ... ' . ivlarried in Malaysia Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Meta Dennis Thompson to Ny-gaard Rasmussen Jan. 13 in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. G. Bertil Envall, Bishop of the Evengeli-cal Lutheran Church in Malaya. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson W. Thompson of Great Road. Montgomery. Her husband is the son of Mrs. Rasmus Rasmussen of Silyeborg, Denark, and the late Mr. Rasmussen. The bride is a graduate of Princeton High School and MacMurray College in Jacksonville, 111. She also studied at the the University of the Americas in Mexico City and has just completed a year with the Peace Corps's tuberculosis control program in Malaysia. Rasmussen graduated from Skanne-Rup School and Dalum Agricultural School in Denmark. After a wedding trip to Singapore, the couple will reside at Sungei Bernam Plantation in Teluk Anson where Rasmussen is manager. B Lunch usmessmen s The Sisterhood of Polie Zedek Synagogue at a board meeting yesterday completed plans for the annual businessmen's luncheon to be held Feb. 22 from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the synagogue. Serving on the committee will be Mrs. Edward Shilling, Mrs. Carl Buckalter, Mrs. John Young, Mrs. Herman Goldman, Mrs. Samuel Berkowitz, Mrs. Isidore Fogel, Mrs. Samuel Pincus and Mrs. Harry Solo-way. Mrs. Sidney Kleimer and Mrs. Meyer Silinsky are in charge of tickets ISLANDS THEME Mrs. Lorvale Hurley, le ft, program chairman for the dinner dance being held March 9 at the Forsgate Country Club by the North Brunswick Woman's Club, discusses the theme of the islands which will highlight the affair, with Mrs. Harry Greenwood, decorations chairman; Mrs. Frank Triarico Jr., general chairman, and Mrs. Ernest Sigeti, who is handling tickets. MolyneUX Is Cool, Colle&ed and FkwleSS By LUCIE NOEL PARIS (AP) - Molyneux, showing on the opening day of the Paris spring and summer fashion marathon, displayed a lovely way to look cool, collected and flawlessly groomed. Molyneux drew a large prestige crowd and his name still is magic, although his entire collection was designed by cousin John Tullis. The mood may be of the 1930s, but it was updated for today and tomorrow. Scoop brimmed straws in light colors and graded sizes share honors with head hugging cloche caps with a point over one cheek, by Marie Christiane. There are bicolor shoes with squared heels and sling heeled sandals for afternoon and evening. Navy blue lavishly touched with white, revers collars, cuffs and incrusted bands down the front lighten the spring out- MOLYNEUX LOOK This tendency sketch highlights the flawlessly groomed look of Capt. Edward Molyneux's spring-summer collection shown in Paris yesterday. (AP Wirephoto) Beta Sigma Phi Group Slates Bowling Party Two events, a bowling party and a Reno Night, were scheduled last night by Xi Kappa, Beta Sigma Phi, at the American Cancer Society building. The bowling party for members and their escorts will be on Feb. 3 at the Edison Lanes, and the Reno Night is set for March 9. Mrs. Albert Catton, who served as hostess, presented a program on "Religion in New Jersey." Mrs. George Kort-bowi, president, was in charge of a program on Thomas Edison. Attorneys' Wives To Hear Wig Talk Larry Vecchio of Wig Creations of Keyport will be guest speaker at a 12:30 p.m. luncheon on Jan. 31 of the Attorneys Wives of Middlesex County. Reservations for the luncheon, to be held at The Pines in Edison, can be made by calling Mrs. Robert Moss of 75 Mason Drive, Metuchen. The annual cocktail party for husbands and wives will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Feb. 4 at the Oak Hills Manor, Metuchen. Mrs. John Hoffman of Edison is in charge of reservations. W&'H 1 1 N i I .. f fm mmmJ XJr ilia 3r j door story. Lines are supple, sometimes flowing. Jackets are Tailored There is a tailored look in jackets which rarely belong to suits, but to smooth sheaths with excellent detailing. A short row of buttons or boot lacing at the raglan shoulder line, and many wide short buttoned tabs, decorate some models. The latter are used everywhere, at shoulders, waists, cuffs on sleeves and at hemlines which are often slashed or notched at the side seams. The dress jacket ensembles march through the day into the cocktail hour. They step forth in wools, fine linens, and silk prints. A roll of fabric takes care of necklines and is exploited for many occasions. Suits are mostly navy and have important white organdy trimming, with a vertical band running down the front of the short jacket. A lily of the val- St. Peter's General Hospital Jan. 8 SANTIAGO, son to Mario and Ada, 21 Stanton St., South River. KALLOS, son to Peter and Joan, 38C Bartle Court, Highland Park. AYLWARD, daughter to Harding L. Jr. and Helen, 27 Barnett Place, Piscataway. DUFFY, daughter to Brian and Gail, 11 Plymouth Lane, East Brunswick. MENTO, son to Daniel and Canda, P.O. Box 693, Franklin Park. WHITEHORN, daughter to David and Louise, 432C Hamilton St., Franklin. Jan. 9 SCHWARZ, daughter to Wil-liam and Phyllis, R.D. 4, Highway 27, Princeton. McGINNIS, daughter to Joseph and Jacqueline, 9 Milton Court, South River. SOUSANES, daughter to Richard and Eileen, 49 B Taylor Ave., East Brunswick. Zucker to Speak To Coterie Club "Parents Versus Television" is the subject of a talk to be given by Arnold L. Zucker at a meeting of the Coterie Club tonight at 8 o'clock at the New Brunswick Area YWCA. Zucker produces educational radio and television programs at Rutgers University. ley nosegay is often pinned high up on the revers. The bride's headdress is a spray of valley lilies for luck and her gown long sleeved and demure. Pleating is a theme in Molyneux's collection. Many skirts of navy daytime dresses are treated to pleats or kilting or sunray. A gray flannel sheath has an overskirt of pleated side panels and can be removed leaving a semifitted supple shift with tailored vest pocket detailing. Lesur's small line-checked navy and white woolen is used in a charming spring costume boldly accessorized and touched with white. Molyneux's skills generally dance on the knee caps for daytime. There are sleeveless coats and wraparound billfold coats. These reveal exclusive black and white, or navy and white, king-size jungle florals printed on silk in chic afternoon dresses for garden parties, the races or Paris social occasions. Chiffon for Evening Two evening silhouettes are preferred by Molyneux. One is the drifting floating chiffon, bare-backed and floor-length. The best one is in two shades of orange. The other is a group of jungle florals done on cottons and mainly for warm midsummer nights and terrace hostessing. Paisley-printed silk pajamas are also for the hostess. But there are lovely crepe floor-length dresses in delicate almond green or green gold linen, touched with round gold discs, at the waist or in patches of gold embroidery. "Gold," too, runs through the embroidery as a theme, always used with efeective discretion. In the play-suit department, slashed tunics go over Bermuda shirtwaist suits. They are printed in modernistic large scroll designs. Jacques Heim showed his gayest and best collection in years. Heim sponsors the miniskirt for day and drops to floor length for evening. The most interesting feature about the Heim collection is the transition undergone by the classic shirtwaist dress. Here it appears for spring time either as Bermuda short with a shirt waist top, all in one piece, or a shirtwaist top with full bloomers attached. Heim pays summer sport, particularly on the water, the greatest attention. There are outfits for speed boats, outboard motor boats, sculling and Oriental sampan and kayak riding and surfing. A green vinyl provides shelter against spray and rain. Bermuda-legged shirtwaist suits were concealed under formal city coats. One in black Weavers to Meet In Princeton The Princeton Weavers Guild will meet at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the home of Mrs. Joel Johnson, 85 Overbrook Drive, Princeton, to view slides of South America. The beginner's weaving class will begin Feb. 5. Upcoming meetings include: A weaving workshop on "Different Types of Shag Rugs Double Corduroy, Rya, and Mary Black's Technique" on Feb. 28 at the Cellar Studio; a weaving film March 27 at 73 N. Little Brook Road, Princeton, and a two-day workshop April 17-18 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. with Miss Muriel Barnes speaking on "Making the Most of a Weave." Receives Fellowship Mrs. Robert F. Ebin, the former Lois Ann Rosenberg, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Norman Rosenberg of 48 North Drive, East Brunswick, has received a Woodrow Wilson Dissertation Fellowship in medieval literature. A doctoral candidate at Columbia University, Mrs. Ebin graduated with high honors from Smith College, where she was elected to Phi Beta Kappa. She received an M.A. degree in English and comparative literature from Columbia University, for which she also studied under a Woodrow Wilson Fellowship. alpaca demurely, collared and cuffed in organdy revealed a boldly printed black and white Bermuda shirtwaist suit. For summer nights Bermuda shirtwaist suits were dropped to floor length and shown in bold wild jungle flowers prints, sometimes highly colored, sometimes monotone. Sequins and jet play an important part and usually have a matching Bonnie Clyde beret of the same jet. A new fabric woven with jet spangles and white ribbed rayon is featured, in coats or dresses. A favorite Heim daytime silhouette features the long torso with a deep flounce of pleats. They whirl as the girl turns and pirouettes and are generously collared and cuffed in white organdy. Dreamy chiffons with angel wing or butterfly wing sleeves float through summer evenings in deep colored overall jungle designs. Slashed panels and an occasional matching coat are there for outdoor dining. Ostrich feathers are used as trimming, and in one case a while ostrich feather minidance skirt is treated to a sequin top. A jump suit made entirely of gold rings over chiffon has matching chandelier earrings made out of the same gold rings. Kathleen's EXPERT ELECTROLYSIS SERVICE Free Consultation Tel. 985-2128 OPEN MONDAY "Because It's Your Hair It Deserves Our Care." COMPLETE WIG SERVICE! 25 EASTON AVENUE, r COMES THE REVOLUTION! Dr. Frederic H. Adams, photographer and historian, will show and tell how it was, almost 200 years ago, when the revolution did come. Color slides of many New Jersey battlegrounds, colonial homes, churches, and other places that played a role in the Revolutionary War. Come see this. All welcome ! FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY Thursday, January 25, 8 P.M. Community Room, Franklin State Bank Franklin Blvd. and Hamilton St. Somerset An exciting & rewarding career for women of all ages ! UNITED SCHOOL OF Medical & Dental Assistants Now! The first & only school of its kind in the area. Approved by State of N. J. Dept. of Education. ENROLL NOW . . . Low tuition payments Day or night classes Convenient to transportation Modern, attractive facilities. e Free Nationwide Placement Service FREE! Full color brochure upon request. Write or phone: United ne MoiCjiL .0 Branco Estates Center, Route 18, East Brunswick, X. J. PARISIAN JUMPSUIT This is a sketch of the chainmail jumpsuit by Paris fashion designer Jacques Heim shown in his spring-summer collection in the French capital yesterday. 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