i,;, Bernard Kayi 1 There Is no question that w« Tessler, Mrs. \,h-, . crowded Mr*. John Foley, library; Mrs. Slides depicting Mrs. Jerome Cr-.x, articles such a* antique conditions of Woodbridge High need ,new righ schools: the Dominic Giordano, recreation: old Blacker. M:* School, filmed in 1956 were need is imperative." 'furniture, dishe6. books, toys. ;and Mrs. Christopher Kreiss. William BrMsler, Bradley farb. and Mrs \; shown. The school noV has Hold* Auction May 27 m n o clothing will** auctlonMonell. and Derby Denson, of vrfll be thf mtx). 2.400 students attending split ISELIN — The Beaverettes ed. . , Albert Haley, outgoing prest- fes.yons. Howard Kay and Ed-the Raritan Council, Boy rmirtNIA . Fashions from Irving Pllskln. a, to evening dress will Mrs. A r t hl; 4-H Club or Iielln held » work The • nn ™> *•" " « ^ I J C 0 L O N I A — Mrs. ArnoW'dent. thanked all officers and •A-aul Monas stressed the plight Scoots of America, approached ,$££ GLADYS t SCANK the Kioilp on the possibility of hT oaturtd at a paid-up mem-hostess, annouin noting with Mr.. Uoyd Har- will be heW June 3 from.tM Lada. School 21 PTO presldentJ^Hnm'tteej serving during his of college hopefuls. sponsoring a cub pack. A sur- £ " p party « 8'nai Chapter, menu and do, 497 Lincoln HI*hwM (• "**JJm has announced appointment ofi t C T U r s of office, svdR Talmadge Avenue. Diane A. M. to 2:30 P. M. 'Woodbridge High School,' B"n,i B'itth. u School n May planned. OUOM, ~ Tfl U «-1s» HaWyd. supervised tr* stwing Cabin at Ruweri C o H e g J committee chairmen. ! The school ha* purchased a they said, "is in danger of los- vey will be conducted to deM- and Mn BoN-'i ,ck-project*. It w « announced that Apiculture I. i i . t e the gjr£ termine how many students 24 7-30 P. M, Mrs, Donald a nornlnal fer They are Mr*. Albert Ben- set of World Book Encyclopedia ing its accreditation." LiebesKind. pronram chairman, wish to enter scoutln?. «on, child «-flfare; Mrs. Frankjand a tape recorder with the ftnnourx'-d. Rome to ma*. .. Jamrs. and Raymond County 4-H Club. wfl^ te ^ ^ ^ ^ Donahue claw mothers; WU-'pTO'g 1325 donation, It was art- In a discussion of school referendum. Frederick Geoffroy. Udall backs development of Mrs Sandford Fishman, Mrs io new llatn SchinKi education; Mrs.,nounced when annual reports Columbia River, principal, said: M «FT H-ro " -nili ^ i « are u,totaltirtr«n lunchesNorman Senders, pTogramiiwere submitted. PAGE SIXTEEN ^ Sinai Women Set Fashion Program Committee Heads Named bv PTO 21 4-\i Club Woodbridge Oaks j.^_ and Mr ar.d M" S ? R o a d , - S o u t h Brunswick. Var- m.lk wilM*_prov,d,d. Hn-*-,ll. *ll Pi P'i\\]'yo'b-irn S J. -•M;v Pii'r!r;a .i'ii!.«or. dauiih'or of Mr apij M'< M"!vin .iciii'nn. Adwiu S ' i ' f lrcon'.p 'bf hridf Fridv,1, »f'ffof 'h> ! a f Mr ar.ri Mf* R •' bvterian C J f ' i i w r . . - ' r . 'h» bride's Mr *nd Mr' <>or?r host* at a rec^pMori s f w 'he c^remonv for 'be family and close fni'nd.'. Th'- rndpic will reside in Woodbrid?" —Walter Hun'k. Jr. <on of. Mr. and Mrs Walter Huryk. Wood Avenue, ras returned with' hi? grandmother. Mrs. Sarah Zellner. Bronx, N Y, from Loul«ville K.v. where they were guesti of Mr and1 Mrs. AJvin Vogt. They alw at-' tended the Kentucky Derby . —Mr. and Mrs. Robert Neale,1 Adama Street, were hosts at a, shore dinner for Mother 5 Dayj at Point Pleasant for Mrs.; Neale's parents. Mr. and Mrs/ Adolf Wlttersheun, Cranford ' —Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Caliendo, Jf., Newark, were over-j nKht guest* of Mr. and Mrs.1 Walter Kronert, Wood Avenue.; —Mr. and Mrs. William Untow, Newark, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Coren, Bradford Place. Dinner1 guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Cohen; were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Flelsch-i man and children, Glenn and Gail, Bronr, N. Y, —Six members of "The. Pokeri Club," Bradford Place, attended the film "Exodus" and had dinner In New York City. —Mr. and Mrs. Henry Happel and sons, Gary, Bruce, and Wayne were guests of Mrs. Henry Taussig and Mr. and1 Mrs. Walter Meislohn^ Keans-' bur?. —Mother's Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fltzsimmons, Semel1 Avenue, were Mrs. Henry] Rohlfs, Mr. and Mrs. Henry, Happel and sons, Richard,1 Henry, Jr., Allan, Bruce, and, Wayne, all of Woodbridge Oaks,! and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeSena and sons, Joseph. Jr., and Jeffry, JJixon. —Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kronert attended tre reception given for Linda and Kajen! Caliendo, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Callendo, Paterson, in. honor of Linda's First Holy: Communion and Karen's Confirmation. —Mrs. George Hackett, Westl _ Warren Street, and her mother j ' MES. Grenville Weston, who is! visiting her from Bradentonj Fla., were' luncheon guests of, Mrs. James Weston, Red Bank.! —Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kro-| nert, Wood Avenue, visitedj Mrs. Kronert'B parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Caliendo, Newafk, on Mother's Day. —Mr. and Mrs, Frank 8tra,uUrte, West Arthur Place, announce the birth of a daughter »t R*hway Memorial Hospital. The couple has another daughter. —William Bihler, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bihler, West Warren Street, was feted on his seventh birthday at a ptety given my lu> parents. Quests Included Dennis Gallaher. Kevin Hlgglns, Robert Garabotti, Robert j Gibson, Mark Jacob, and Daniel Cogwin. —Mr. and Mrs, William Blnler and children, Carol, Susan, Kathryn, and William, Jr., West Warren Street visited Mr. and Mrs, William Robert* Westfleld, and Mr. and Mrs. George Bihler, Elizabeth. —Misa ' Madeline Turchin, daughter jot Mr. and Mrs, Edward Tulchin, Richmond Hill L L, was a weekend guest of Mr, < and Mrs. Frank M,auceri Edwards Street. r-Mr. and MrB. Walter Kronert and children, Walter, Jr. and Carol, and Miss Barbara KrUl, Wood Avenue, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Grodeck and Mr. and Mrs • Lawrence Martin, Trenton. —Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mauceri, Edward Street, were hosts at a Mother's Day dinner Quests were Mrs. Felix Ostrowski, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Baran and children, Linda and Walter, Jr., all of Iselin, and the Misses Madeline and Arlene Turchin, Richmond HIU, L. I. —A u g u s t Hammersmith, Brooklyn, was a weekend guest of Mr .and Mrs. Albert Wheelhou^se, Oak Tree Road. Mr. and Mrs. Wheelhouse were Mother's Day guests, wiUi their children Albert and Kevin, of Mrs. Mary Olambronj and Mr. and Mrs Vincent Mascola, Bound Brook MORE AID FOS ECONOMY Vn$ Kennedy Administration is planning additional aid lor the economy even though some Government experts now expect business tp regain It* pre• recession peak by early summer. The new moves will be de* signed to help ensure a solid recovery and a broader attack on the persistent unemployment problem Phis F R i i TRADING STAMPS! OPEN DAILY 'til 10—SUNDAYS 'til 8 FOOD MARKET FOOD MARKET 7ARM0UR STAR BEEF SPECTACULAR! Bottom Round Roast Swift's Young Tender SPRING LAMB C Legs of Lamb BONELESS NO F A T ADDED Comb. CHOPS & STEW Top Round Roast ITALIAN SAUSAGE FRANKS C TOP SIRLOIN STEAK — ; * 95 Porterhouse Steaks 57<- 98c London Broil Cube Steaks . . . . . . : * 98c MMow lor T QiMd ARMOUR'S STAR BOLOGNA OR LIVERWURST 78' II. 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