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The Gesang-und Turn-Verein Westfield-Mountainside Twig
Recently Installed Officers
At the annual Installation Din- in Saenger Hall to rehearse for its
Recently Held Luncheon Meeting
The Executive Board of the The following guests were in-
ner Dance of the Plainfield many concerts. An invitation is Westfield-Mountainside Town troduced and addressed the
Gesang-und Turn-Verein held extended to anyone interested in Twig of Overlook Hospital met group:
last month, in Saenger Halle, joining the chorus, and it is not recently at the home of the Chair- Mrs. Alan Gottlieb, direc- The Community Events Calendar includes events which
North Plainfield, officers for the necessary to speak German to man, Mrs. Robert Ardis for a tor of volunteer services; Mrs. are open to the public and which are scheduled for the
year 1990 were installed as participate in the music or other luncheon meeting. Plans were Didier Peron, auxiliary second week following publication. Information should be limited
follows: programs offered. The public is finalized for the Annual Luncheon vice-president and ways and to the event, the sponsoring organization, date, time and
Emi Rank of Westfield, presi- invited to attend any of the func- Meeting on March 22, 1990 at means chairman Mrs. Robert place.
dent; Friedel Sharadin of tions in Saenger Halle and may Echo Lake Country Club. The Moore; auxiliary third president Submissions must be in the Leader office by 5 p.m. Fri-
Middlesex, vice president; Erica learn more about the activities Program will feature FLAVIAN, and general twig chairman. Mrs. day and must be clearly marked "Community Events
Moedt of Dunellen, recording planned for 1990 by calling Hypnotist and Psychic Scientist. Peron announced "The Overlook Calendar."
secretary; Waltraud Braun of 232-4743. Reservations may be made Hustle" will be held as a fund- Listings are free of charge.
Cranford, assistant correspon- Among the social events through Ruth Anspach at raiser again this fall, Sunday,
ding secretary; Gerda Riedel of scheduled are a St. Valentine's 233-0561. Oct. 21.
Neshanic Station, treasurer; Ur- Dinner/Dance, Feb. 10; a Sunday, Feb. II • The Miller-Cory House Museum, 614
sala Fleck of Scotch Plains and Schlachtfest/Dance, Mar. 3; St. Mountain Ave., will feature early valentines and candied
Victor Braun of Cranford, assis-
tant treasurers; Dolores Selzam
Patrick's Day Corned Beef and
Cabbage Dinner/Dance, Mar. 17;
Parent-Teacher Council Will mint making dnemonslrations, and will be conducting tours
a Spring Dinner/Dance, Apr. 21; of the 1740 farmhouse. For additional information, in-
of Garwood, membership
secretary; Ben Bolger of a Ham Dinner/Dance, June 9; Present Scholarship dividuals may call 232-1776.
Covered dish Dinner/Dance, Tuesday, Feb. is - The Westfield Town Council will meet
Chatham, entertainment chair- at 8:30 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Westfield
man; Maureen Volz or Scotch Sept. 29; Schlachtfest and Dance, This year again, the Parent- return of the completed applica-
Oct. 27; Bazaar, Nov. 10-11; Teacher Council of Westfield will Municipal Building, 425 East Broad St.; the monthly business
Plains, assistant entertainment tion forms is March 31. meeting of the Junior Woman's Club of Westfield will be held
chairman; Ernest Regner of New Rouladen Dinner/Dance,- Nov. present scholarships to deserving The
17; and the annual New Year's senior students. The application at the clubhouse, 318 South Euclid Ave. Interested women are
Provicdence, bar chairman; scholarship presentation will invited to attend and may call 789-3229 or 654-3413 for more
Vuctor Kockman of South Plain- Eve Party, Dec. 31. forms are now available in the take place on June 14, and all in-
Guidance Office at Westfield details about the meeting.
field, assistant bar chairman; The ladies' Auxiliary meets at terested persons are welcome to
Richard Adams of Plainfield, 8 p.m., the first Thursday of High School. The deadline for the attend.
music chairman; and Leni every month, and offers an even-
Becker or Scotch Plains and ing of companionship,
Carol Gegauff of Gillette, press. refreshments, and interesting Chansonettes Prepare Astronomers Photos To Be
The Ladies' Auxiliary will be programs for women, as well as
led by Hilda Moore of Bound- an opportunity to participate in For Spring Concert
brook, president; Hedwig Bern- fundraising projects that help to Improved Due To Computers
zott of Somerville, vice presi- support the endeavors of the club The Chansonettes, a local voice sections but is most in-
which has been active in North Photographs taken via capacity system will especially
dent; Hilda Turschman of organization who "sing for fun" terested in seeking new sopranos. telescope of planets, nebula and
Piscataway, secretary; and Ger- Plainfield since 1886. Its annual are preparing a spring ethnic help the organization in its image
Jean De Maio of New Providence comets soon will be enhanced by processsing, graphics design,
da Fiedel of Neshanic Station, bazaar, the Kristkindelmarkt, concert entitled: "Music Around has joined the group as accom-
will be held Nov. 10-11, along with members of Amateur and animation. A previously
treasurer. the World." They are accepting a panist. Astronmers, Inc., (AAI) based at
Among the musical events the popular luncheon on Satur- few more bookings. Individuals taken photograph or one taken
Regular rehearsals are held on Union County College's Sperry through the telescope may be
scheduled in Saenger Halle, 220 day, and a pancake breakfast on may contact Dorothy Campbell, the first and third Wednesdays of
Sunday. Observatory, thanks to a $4,000 enhanced so that viewers can
Somerset Street, North Plain- music chairman at 232-6267. each month at the Presbyterian computerized image processing
field, are the 104th annual spring The purposes of the Plainfield find more detail on planets, cloud
The membership drive is being Church on Mountain Avenue in system installed for such pur- covers, and other such objects.
concert and grand ball on May Gesang-und Turn-Verein, the extended. Jean Schork, director, Westfield at 8 p.m. Interested poses.
19; the Liederabend of charming German-American Club of North would like to enlarge all four women are invited.
Plainfield for over 100 years, con- The Amiga 2000 system In addition, Petercsak explain-
folk music and light semi- enables AAI members to take ed that the displays and presenta-
classical works on Oct. 13; and tinues to include the promotion tions committee will provide
and cultivation of choral singing, photographs made at the obser-
the grand Christmas concert on vatory and enhance them in a animated events as learning tools
Dec. 8. The Saenger Chor will to provide opportunities for those to instruct complex solar and
interested in fostering and similar fashion as those done at
also perform with other choruses the National Aeronautics and planetary phenomena in a
in the annual German Heritage preserving German musical and simplified manner. Animation,
cultural heritage, to perform in Space Administration, which
Festival at the Garden State Arts uses a comparable type of soft- for example, might be useful in
Center in September. The mixed concerts and events which pro- simulating a rendezvous with
vide entertainment and pleasure ware, said Donald Kruse of West
chorus of over 45 voices con- New York, computer committee Halley's Comet that would be dis-
ducted by Johanna Teubner of for others, as well as to par- played over videotape.
ticipate in activities of service to chairman.
Franklin Lakes meets every While the image processing Petercsak recently conducted
Tuesday evening from 8-10 p.m. the surrounding communities.
system will accompany the IBM- a two-week seminar to fellow
XT and PC already isntalled at AAI members, teaching them to
Rake and Garden Club Will the Observatory, the new equip-
ment will feature separate
operate the image processing
system. Through its capabilities,
Present Program on Perennials graphics and sound processors
and ships, a monitor, keyboard,
AAI will send enhanced photo-
graphs weekly to the Association
Ms. Ruth Palace will present a mouse, digitizer, and menu- of Lunar and Planetary
sion in October and "A Formal Observers for more detailed
program on "Gardening with Victorian Flower Garden," driven icon interface. The equip-
ment, the latest on the market, study of the sun, among its many
Perennials," for the Westfield Lambertvile Designer Show efforts at further educating the
Rake and Hoe Garden Club, House, "Landscape and Garden was financed by a $2,000 grant of-
fered by Exxon Co. U.S.A. and public about astronomy and
Wednesday, Feb. 14, 12:30 p.m. Restoration: A Vital But other space.
at the Westfield "Y". Neglected Aspect of Historic matched by AAI funds.
Ms. Place studied at Syracuse Preservation," Preservation "Its capabilities are that we AAI was founded 40 years ago
University, Rutgers University Perspective New Jersey. "The can display graphics, both audio and operates an a non-profit
and the New York Botanical Romantic Suburbs: Resdiential and visual," said Kruse, His col- educational organization out of
Gardens. Ms. Palace is president L a n d s c a p e , " Preservation league, Douglas Petercsak, the Sperry Observatory, which is
of her own landscape and hor- technical committee chairman, operated jointly by AAI and
Perspective New Jersey. Union County College.
ticulture design and consulting Westfield Rake and Hoe further explained that the multi-
firm Gardens Galore Inc. in Garden Club members and their
Morristown, N.J. guests are invited to attend. The first aerial photographs were made of Boston in
Her Exibtion Gardens- Hostess of the Day: Beth 1860—from a balloon.
Publications include "Welcome Hanscom, Gladys Bornmann,
To This House," Mansion in May, Margaret Sailer. Centerpiece:
"A Four Season Garden," Man- Martha Triarsi.
Sharing the honor of Wilson School's Musician of the Month for (his The
County Declares This Month month are Tracey Maker and Lauren Pepper shown above with Mr.
As "Black History Month" John Josa, the band instructor. Tracey, a third grader, was selected
by Dr. Ted Schlosberg, the string instructor, for her outstanding
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The month of February has advancement of the cello. She was the only first year student to play ...for Birthdays, Anniversaries'
stand black history, both na-
been declared "Black History tionally and with respect to this at Wilson's December concert. Lauren, a fifth grader, was chosen by Housewarmings, Bridal
Mr. Josa for her achievement as a second year clarinet student.
Month" in the county, announced county," Mr. Green said. all your special occasions!
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