The Daily Register from Red Bank, New Jersey on December 27, 1968 · 9
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The Daily Register from Red Bank, New Jersey · 9

Red Bank, New Jersey
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Friday, December 27, 1968
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f Engagements Miss Glading Laroski-Natarcola UNION BEACH - The engagement of Miss Judith Lee Natarcola, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Natarcola, 1242 Florence Ave., to Joseph Laroski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert ; Laroski, 716 Shore Road, has been announced by her parents. The bride-elect is employed as a secretary at Ft- Monmouth. ; ' . ; - Her fiance is a junior at Western Kentucky University, . Bowling Green. ... . Dellario-Gladinq SHREWSBURY Mr. and Mrs. William J. Glading have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Christine ' Elizabeth Glading, to Donald J. Dellario, son of Mr. and , Mrs. C. J. Dellario, Clarks Summit, Pa. An Aug. 23 wedding is planned. Miss Glading is a senior at the Catholic University of American, Washington, D. C., majoring in sociology. " Her fiance is a graduate of the same university and is g graduate student in rehabilitation counseling at the University of Scranton, Pa. , - Lawson-Snyder ? MIDDLETOWN Mr. and Mrs., Roger P. Snyder, 72 Maida Ter., have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Bonnie Rae Snyder, to William Davidson Lawson Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Dawson, Mullens, W, Va. The wed- ding is being planned for Aug. 30. Miss Snyder is a senior at Concord College, Athens, ' W. Va., where she is a member of Delta Zeta sorority. ; Her fiance is also a senior at Concord College. He is a member of Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity. ;vN w- J f I . Miss Brandt Miss .- Barry-Brandt LINCROFT Mr. and Mrs. E. Douglas Brandt, Marlu Farm, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Unda Jeanne Brandt, to Tech. 2.C. Thomas Patrick Barry Jr., US. Navy. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Barry, 154 Lexington Ave., Fair Haven.. A September wedding ij planned. Miss Brandt, who attended Monmouth College, West Long Branch, is employed at Bambergers, Eatontown. Her fiance is an aviation fire -control technician stationed at Oceana Naval Air Station, Virginia Beach, Va. - Lamb-Maul ATLANTIC HIGHLANDS '- The engagement of Miss Christina Louise Maul, daughter of Mrs. Margaret Maul, 34 Ave. C, and the late Christian J. Maul, to Spec. 4 Duncan S. Lamb Jr., U. S. Army, has been announced by Jier mother. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lamb, Seattle, Wash. . The bride-to-be is a student at Claremont Secretarial School, New York City. Her fiance is stationed at Ft. Monmouth. Lee$-John$on HIGHLANDS Announcement of the engagement and forthcoming wedding, of Miss Katherine Ann Johnson to George T. Lees Jr., has been made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Johnson, 58 Water Witch Ave. . Her fiance is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lees, Miami, Fa. : The wedding is planned for Jan. 25. , . Miss Johnson is employed by Beil Finance. Red Bank. , Her fiance is an..emplojee of the Atlantic Highlands Post Office. -.y.. :'. Hefti-Holland MIDDLETOWN The engagement of Miss Linda Joan Holland to William Joseph Hefti has been announced by, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry H. Holland, 61 McCormack Place. He is the son of Mrs. T. C. von Gerichten, 64 McCormack Place, and the late Joseph Hefti. His step-father is Sgt. Maj. T. C.,voo Gerichten-, U. S. Army. . : Miss Holland is a student at the University of Maryland, College Park. - - ..... Her fiance is a graduate of Vicenza American High School, Italy, and is attending the R.C.A. Institute of Technology, New York City. - Gamma Tau 'Chapter RED BANK Gamma Tau Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi international sorority . held - its annual Christmas Trim-the-Tree party in the home of Mrs. Baden Chace, Madison Ave. Plans were formulated for the annual Torch Ball to be held Feb. 15 in the River House Inn, Rumson. Mrs. Robert Kuhn is in charge of chapter reservations. Mrs. Baden Chace will represent . the chapter as Valentine Queen, Proceeds from the sale of OBTAIN A HOME LOAN t.AS- F.H.A. and Conventional Mortgages Available MARINE' VIEW SAVINGS. TiniinTr-Ifv-r,,Trrmui irrnv!,,Mltfrrsanx , mmaf Middletown 71-2400 ' , & . - Miss Snyder Maul Miss Johnson Ha j . Tree Trimming Christmas and all occasion cards went toward purchase of a Christmas food basket for a needy family. Cultural programs presented were Our Own Home by Mrs. Martin Jackman, East Keansburg, and The Garden by Mrs. Kuhn. A luncheon fashion show is planned for March 15 in the Holmdel Motor Inn-with proceeds going to Deborah Hospital. The next meeting will be Jan. 13 at 8 p.m. in the home of Mrs. Robert Kuhn. You cm buy that "dream home" now with the help of MARINE -VIEW. Just stop In, and we may be able to tell you the same day how much you can borrow. We have three convenient offices to serve you. A DAVID ROBISON 4GSTON, N. J. (AP)-The wife of a businessman is trying to provide a bilingual, personalized pide service for foreip visitors to the New York Metropolitan area, after , finding that it didnt pay to, pide out-of-town businessmen and their wives. We offered our service to the wrong people, said Mrs. Joan Gravlicfa of Livingston, a mother of four children. The service was VisiTours, which provided 14 young, coliege-educated, bilinpal female guides with rented cars. We sent out thousands of letters to private companies,. Mrs. Gravjich explained. , - Shopping Tour But we found that the 400 biggest corporations provide limousines and a young man from their public relations office when their out-of-town executives arrive. The smaller companies , couldnt afford : US. : VisiTours, which began in August, 1967, charged $50 for an eight-hour shopping or sight-seeing tour. Among the . lanpages spoken by the girls were Portupese, Indonesian and Japanese, in addition to Spanish, Italian, French and German. y Most of the customers turned out to be businessmen with their wives who wanted to see New York City,- but a few specified Princeton or the Paramus Shopping Center. Project Clicking Another part of the business was VisiTours Jr., which charged $12 a day to take schoolchildren on weekends to Greenwich Village, Chinatown, the Huntington Hartford Museum and bicycling In Central Park. By September, VisiTours Jr. was clicking, but the adult version business was very slow. We should have been Gounty Clubs Music Program LONG BRANCH - The Womans Club of Long Branch learned of the history of the recorder, which predates the flute, at their Christmas meeting held last week in the clubrooms. The program was presented by the music department. Mrs. William Thomas Keller, ; chairman, introduced Mrs. Kate K. Stout, supervisor of music of the public schools of Long Branch. Mrs. Stout demonstrated - the soprano, alto and tenor recorders. Five students from the El-beron School entertained with Christmas songs played on the instruments. The students were Susan levin, Gwen Se-gall, Andy Stamebnan, Rob-, ert Hoffman and Pse Treater. Hold MS Party LITTLE SILVER In spite of the snow storm, the Eve-ping Department of Little Silver Womans Club held a highly successful holiday party for the Monmouth County Chapter, 1 National Multiple Sclerosis Society More than 70 persons attended the event held Dec. 15, in the clubhouse, Rumson Road. Mrs. Margaret Benner and Mrs. S. Lewis Doughty were chairmen, assisted by Mrs. Alfred Barrett, president, Mrs. Frederick DAnno, Mrs. Curtis Callan, Mrs. Norman Mott, and daughters of club members, the Misses Anne . Callan, Barbara Betts, Stephanie Petersen and Susan and .Sarah Doughty. The wheelchair patients were assisted by husbands of the club members. . v In addition to a supper buffet prepared by the members, the patients were enter VVE WISH TO THANK YOU . . . FOR A VERY SUCCESSFUL HOLIDAY SEASON. . . EARLY AS IT MAY SEEM . . .AND WITH OUR SEAMS BULGING . . . WE HAVE TO MAKE ROOM FOR OUR ARRIVING SPRING "GOODIES" . SO WE'RE HAVING A SALE AND YOU'RE INVITED . SAT. & MON., DEC. 28 & 30 ' EVERYTHING MUST GO! EVERYTHING 40 OFF! 1 Y SCT THE HORSEY SET -the Mall CLOSED TUESDAY, DEC. 31 ersona reaching the foreip tourist instead, Mrs. Gravlich decided. She closed VisiTours and hopes to reopen it in Jan-, THE BOSOM IS BACK French actress Genevieve Gilles, 71, models a sort of diaper outfit consisting of latin shorts and a top that is nothing more than a painted breastplate. The feshion is the creation of London .designer Leslie Poole who ihowi this outfit and several others, via Miss Gilles, In the 20th Century Fox film "World of Fashion." Poole believes legs are on their way out end bosoms ere coming back as the sex symbol of the future. CAP Wirephoto) tained by the Monmouth Players. Mrs. Doughty and her daughters, dressed as Santa and elves, presented gifts to the patients and their children. 'Adopt' Child COLTS NECK -- The Colts Neck Womans Club, represented by Mrs. Gordon K, Bums, Woodland Drive, has financially adopted Er-linda B. Esma, an eight-year-old Filipino girl, through Foster Parents Plan, Inc., 352 Park Ave. So., New York. The Clubs contribution for a minimum, of one year, will provide a monthly cash grant, clothing and household gQods, plus medical care, education, and, where needed, vocational training, for their ward. Music Winners Feted WANAMASSA - Mrs. Benjamin Nebman, 1308 Edge-wood Ave., hosted a party in her home to honor her students Adrienne Wigdortz, Wanamassa, and Radia Perlman, Loch Arbour, who were two of the winners of the Monmouth Arts Foundation Merit Award for piano. Also attending, were wo winners of the 1967 Merit Award, David Barcan and Sidney Schertzer, of Bradley Beach. Mr. Barcan is attending New York University, where he is majoring in musicology, and is employed as a musical director at Fountain House, a psychiatric rehabilitation center in New York. Mr. Schertzer is a sophomore at Brandeis University, Waltham, Mass., majoring in music. He is plan-. nuar..- uary' if she can sell the service to airlines or travel agencies promoting Visit Amer lea trips. . - , ' , ' ' ; , 1 I Active Juniors Install MIDDLETOWN - New members of the Junior Womans Club of Middletown were installed by Mrs. Jacob Hos-tetter, membership chairman. They are Mrs. William Kennedy, Atlantic Highlands; Mrs, Paul Fox, New Monmouth; Mrs. Kenneth Busteed, Mrs. Vincent Farone, Mrs, James Halcomb, Mrs. John Morris, and Mrs. Ann Zboran, all of Middletown. The Juniors sang Christmas carols for 200 patients in Marlboro State Hospital last Friday, and made Christmas stockings to be filled and distributed to needy children in Middletown. The clubs next meeting will be Wednesday, Jan. 8, at 8:15 p.m. ning to become an ethnomu-sicologist. Other students present were Miss Barbara Wiltshire, a sophomore at Bennett College, Greensboro, N. C.; Miss Shelly Lipton and Miss Terri Layn, Ocean Township, and Sherry Nevins, Brick Township. A musical program was presented, which included original compositions by Mr. Barcan and Mr. Shertzer. Leisure Club Welcomes 3 WEST LONG BRANCH -Three new members were wel-corned by the Leisure Club of West Long Branch at a covered dish luncheon meeting held last week in the Community Center. They were Mrs. Elizabeth Guldner, Mrs. Mildred Chomeroy and Mrs. Letha Hayes. sefuuc & -Red Bank Mrs. Gravlich organized the business after encountering bilinpal, personalized pide service in London, Ma By NADEANE WALKER LONDON (AP) - Legs are on their way out and bosoms are coming back as the sex symbol of the future, an influential young London designer predicts. Leslie Poole, 30, Is the hand-some blond creator of eye-poping futuristic and. very nearly nude fashions in the 20th Century Fox film, World of Fashion, which will have its British premiere Jan. 2. Days Numbered "The leg has been the sex symbol for five years now, but its days are numbered. The shift of emphasis is already taking place, and in two years time I am quite certain skirts will be worn to the ground even for. daytime, while, breasts will be only very lightly veiled, Poole said at a press preview of the film here. The World of Fashion is a 23-minute color movie showing fashions from the 1920s to the present, plus Pooles fashions for the 1980s. French film star Genevieve Gilles a 21-year-old former mannequin shows of fashions, wearing a different outfit every 45 seconds. At one point she wears a futuristic creation that is nothing at all but a sort of pleated silver lei, hanging down to hip level. Having Fun Well, I was just having some fun with that one, admitted Poole. I dont know whether nudity will go that far. Nobody knows. But I am sure that the bosom is the new sex symbol. Its already happening. Poole also predicts that science by 1980 will so control the weather that women will not have to dress for warmth. Consequently, he puts Miss Gilles into what he calls nude body decorations. Ousters of jewels and translucent sequins decorate pink lame in an Egyptian-inspired costume. . . DANCE . . PUT YOURSELF IN THE SPOTLIGHT ,6 Ballet Tap Toe t Aerobatic Baton Jazz CHILDREN to ADULTS SPECIAL TOTS CLASSES Leah Mauer SCHOOL OF DANCE 37 EAST FRONT STREET RED BANK 747-9552 fr THE DAILY REGISTER, drid and Paris. Many people want someone who speaks their lanpage to accompany them in a foreign city. We hope airlines will promote it as part - of their package trips. , ' .v. : ' . ; . Mrs. Gravlich, who is in her 30s, still has the financial -backing of her husband, Wil s , - r. . T , - Announce Nuptials e v - ' BarnhilbScudder T LAKE PLACID, N. Y. -Miss Katherine Allison Scud-der, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wallace Scudder Jr., Navesink River Road, Locust, N. J., arid Lake Placid, was married here Saturday to Robert Delmar Barnhill. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Laben Barnhill of Altoona, Pa. The ceremony took place in St. Eustice Episcopal Church, with the rector, the Rev. Frederick C. McQuade, officiating. Mrs. Robert Arthur Grand was matron of honor, and Miss. Mary Gale Scudder, a sister of the bride, was maid of honor. The bridesmaids were the Misses Louise Townsend Hatch and Cynthia Russell. George Laben Barnhill Jr. was his brothers best man. Mrs. Barnhill was presented to society at the Rum-son Debutante Ball and at the Debutante Cotillion and Christmas Bail in New York, and was a member of the CoJieti'Maslow NEW YORK - Miss Jane Isabel Maslow daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Maslow, 118 Samara Drive, Shrewsbury, N. J., was married Dec. j5 to Paul Andrew Cohen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred P. Cohen, 27 Sutton Place S. Rabbi Jack Stern officiated at the ceremony held in the home of the bridegrooms parents. The bride, whose father is a realtor, is a graduate of Wellesley College, where she was a Durant Scholar and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa, while there. She is attending the Yale Law School. The bridegroom is an asso k-k-kirkirk-kirirklrltkirk-k-kirkirk'kirkifk it it Irk Irk kirk k-kirkick'kr Lighting Accents Out Of Early America This outstanding selection of authentic reproductions . . . represents the true flavor of Early American Craftsmanship. The blending of fine wood grains, antique metal, glass and burlap on parchment shade styling will truly add an air of elegance to your favorite 'spot. The many lamp creations designed to make your home glow with interest. f CORNELIUS COLE Lm f EolisHisk. ON ROUTE 34 . 431-1778 DAILY TO 5 FRIDAY TO I J IrklrHn "Skilled Detonling Advice Costs No More and the Results Will Reallj Please You Fr'iJay, Dec. 27, 1968-9 rors liam 30, and a local physician and architect. She can call on many of the girls she original-, ly hired, and , has a list of , many single and young married women who have contacted her for jobs. , - A It is very frustrating, but I still think we bad a good idea," she said. New, York Junior Assemblies. She was graduated from Bennett College and from the University of South Car-lina, Columbia. , She is a granddaughter of the late Edward W. Scudder, who was publisher and chairman of the board of the Newark News, which was founded by his father, Wallace M. Scudder. Her other grandparents are the late Mrs.-Scudder of Newark, and Mrs. Robert E. Fry of Black Mountain, N. C., and the late Rev. Dr. Fry, who was pkstor of the First Presbyterian Church in Hollywood, Fla. The brides father is president of the Evening News Publishing Co. of Newark. Mr. Barnhills father is with the Computer Division of thd Penn Central Co. The bridegroom was graduated from Lycoming College, Williamsport, Pa. He is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Albert K. Gatsche and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Luther L. Barnhill, all of Altoona. ciate professor of Chinese history at Wellesley and if t graduate of the University of Chicago. He received a Fh.D. degree from Harvard University and is an associate at Harvards East Asian Research Center and author of China and Christianity' His father is chairman of the board of Joseph H. Cohen & Sons, manufacturer of mens clothing. FACTORY WARIHOUSI PIANOS BOUGHT. SOLD, TUNED REPAIRED, MOVED 44 SOUTH ST. FREEHOLD rortaXk....-A--.. inv l-kii ifoonrtfflirtiMm HVftiiiiMiiiHil)ii1DilPWMAyiMift . .. . . - . . ' ... . Y ' V , ' i .

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