%eabet, Thursday, October 4, 1990- -Page IS. New School Districts Throckmorton's Plans Proposed For Town Showcase for Brides Throckinorton's restaurant, at be door prizes, favors and draw- Detailed neighborhood loca- CliftonStreet,300to400 blocks. 932 South Avenue West, ings. tions of proposed elementary Dunham Avenue, 900 block. Westfield, plans to host a 1990 Prospective brides and a guest school redistricting were identi- Fairfield Circle, all homes. Full Bridal Showcase at the res- may attend at no charge. There fied for public review at hearings Grove Street, 100 to200 blocks. taurant on Saturday, October 13, will be ;i minimal charge for ad- of the Board of Education's Citi- Midwood Place, all homes. from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. All brides- ditional guests of $5 per person. zens Advisory Committee held Summit Avenue, 800 to 900 to-be may attend this event with a Reservations are not necessary. on September 26 and Monday. blocks. guest free of charge. The following streets and blocks For more information please cull Washington Street, 100 to 200 Guests will be treated to a Wyckoff Tell Associates at 233- are the recommended changes blocks. complimentary glass of cham- 1007. between schools: TAMAQUES SCHOOL pagne, hot and cold hors JEFFERSON SCHOOL TO McKINLEY SCHOOL d'oeuvres, a wedding cake and TO TAMAQUES SCHOOL Hyslip Avenue, 600 block. Carleton Road, 600 to 700 Knoll wood Terrace, 600 block. LEARNING EXPERIENCE...Mrs. Lucinda Florio, left, the state's petite pastries compliments of Jeffrey Smith blocks. First Lady, recently visited Children's Specialized Hospital in Throckinorton's. Lamberts Mill Road, 600 block. Central Avenue, 600 to 700 Lawnside Place, all homes. Mountainside to meet the children and talk to the staff. Here Mrs. Nearly 50 businesses will be In Recital even. Florio learns more about the pediatric rehabilitation hospital available to guide the prospective Jeffrey Smith, the son of Mr. Norman Place, 600 block. from Dr. liana Zarafu, medical director, and Paul Uosland, the bride through all her wedding ar- and Mrs. L.H. Smithof Westfield, Nottingham Place, all homes. chairman of the hospital's foundation board of trustees. rangements from bridal gown will present a senior percussion Radley Road, 600 block. selection and preservation through recital on Saturday, October 6, at Rahway Avenue, 600 block. the honeymoon. There also will 3 p.m. in Steadman Theatre at Sweatshirts Shadowlawn Drive, all homes. WASHINGTON SCHOOL Mansfield University in Scotch Plains Avenue, 600 TO FRANKLIN SCHOOL To Be Painted block. Elm Street and East Broad Street Mansfield, Pennsylvania. FRANKLIN SCHOOL to North Avenue, blocks 404 and Jeffrey is a senior music mer- For "Leaf Print Sweatshirt" chandising major at Mansfield and participants may bring their own TO WILSON SCHOOL 405. Alden Avenue, 500 block. is the principal percussionist in sweatshirts to decorate for fall. Copies of maps and streets in- the university's concert wind en- They wiull inkk leavesx and print Birch Avenue, 500 block. volved in each of the suggested Cedar Terrace, all homes. semble and concert jazz band. their images on their shirts or use areas of redistricting are available iron-on silk leaves, highlighting Colonial Avenue, 500 block. for interested citizens to pick up at them with puff paint. Sweatshirts Hillside Avenue, 800 to 868. the Board of Education offices at Junior Statesmen should be washed first. Mountain View Circle, all 302 Elm Street. The program will be held on homes. Sets of the recommendations Sale on Sunday Wednesday, October 17,from9:30 Mountain View Terrace, all also are placed for reference in Westfield High School's chap- a.m. to noon at the Trailside Na- homes. each school building, the ter of Junior Statesmen of America ture and Science Center at Coles Mountain Avenue, 600 to 800 Westfield Memorial Library and will hold a porch sale on Sunday, Avenue and New Providence blocks, northside. the Board of Education adminis- October 7, for their fall convention Road, Mountainside. Standish Avenue, 600 to 869. tration building. in Philadelphia. The group was founded in 1934 to educate American high school students to become intelligent Scotch Hills Announces Plains Booters voters, statesmen and loyal citi- zens of the United States. Results of Championship Beat Thunder The sale will be held at 625 Westfield Avenue in Westfield The final results of the Championship 36; second place, Carol Sraeaton, net 37, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. In Boys FallTravelingSoccer, Division 4, and Classic Tournament played during ami third place, Peggy Burns, net 39. September by the Women's Golf Organiza- Helen Brown had low gross of 44 and Westfield Thunder saw their season record drop to 1-2 for the fall campaign with a 1- Mint Family • tlon of Scotch Hills Golf Course in Scotch Carole Katz, Dolores Veghte and Peggy Plains follow: Iturnsall had chip-ins. 5 loss to Scotch Plains United. Despite the final score, Westfield outplayed United in a To Be Studied The club championship winner was Helen Handicap results of play on September scoreless first half. At "Meet the M ints," to be held Brown and Runner-Up was Laura Hollo. 25 are as follows: Geoff Long, Jay Mann, Chris Guerin, Jeff MAYIHAVEYOURAUTOGRAI > H?...ChildreninMissSusannc on Sunday, October 14, at 2 p.m. Tile medalist player was Carol Nichols, mid A Fliglit.first place, live Kennelly, net 31; Kiviiz and Chris Talhott pressed the attack Cliristcnsen's third-grade class at Mountainsidc's Dccrficid School at theTrailside Nature andScience the classic tournament winner was Judy second place, Linnea Rhodes and Judy with Talbott getting the only shot on the requested Mrs. Lucindu Florio's autograph during her visit at Center at Coles Avenue and New Pedicini anil the runner-up was Maura l'edicini, net 32, and third place, Sue Mills, United goal. The booming kicks of defen- Dccrficid School in Mountainside on September 19. Third graders Providence Road, Mountainside, Guillaume. The handicap results of play on net 33.. sive standouts Sean Carroll, Ryan Maloucy Julia Lordi, left, and Crystal Schultz arc shown with Miss participants will be able to learn September 18 are as follows: B riight first place, Mary Hughes, net 34; and Tim Cook kept Scotch Plains pinned in Christenscn, and Mrs. Florio. the characteristics of this family A Flight, first place, Helen Brown and second place, Marie Sector, net 37, and their end for most of the stanza. of spices. Marge Grimmer, net 36; second place, Laura third place, June McCarthy and Carol Scotch Plains took command in the sec- Botto and live Kennclly, net 39, and third Nichols, net 38. ond half benefiting from some fortunate place, Sue Mills and Margaret Hickcy, net 38. B flight, first place, Mary Hughes, net 34; CTIiglit, first place, Terry Sldun, net 37; second place, Gcrt Simons, Muriel Jones and Ann Baronc, net 38, and third place, bounces that handcuffed Westfield goal- keeper Steve Kassaki an who played another strong game and could not be faulted for Police Athletic League second place, Dot Fowler, Carole Wagner, Carol Nichols and Ruth Linge, net 39, and Phyllis Coumbc, net 41, Sue Mills had low gross for the day of 45 the outcome. As the game got out of reach for the Gridders Blank Raiders third place, Marie Sector and June McCarthy, and Doris Grow and Rose DcCuolla had Thunder, the team continued to play hard net 41. chip-ins. as the niidfield led by Malt Greenlaw, Coach Jay Factor's Westfield Sawyer and John Triarsi opened C Flight, first place, Dolores Veghle, net Jimmy Euwer, Matt Hughes and Jamie Police Athletic League Blue gapping holes on the offensive Katcher fought to move the ball upficld. Devils " C " football team line. Mark Juelis, Jason Yarussi, The efforts were rewarded when a strong overmatched the Perth Amboy Triarsi, Avena, Lechner and individual effort by Josh Rock led to a Red Raiders on September 23, Urciuoli anchored a defense re- Ashbrook Tournament penalty kick netted by Tom Blanche. Dan Todd played a good all around game 33-0. Halfback Michael Urciuoli had sponsible for the shutout. In scoring 33 points Westfield Calling a toll-free number from three touchdowns and over 100 more than doubled its entire point anywhere In the nation gives you Women's Results Told as sweeper, as the pressure mounted on the defense in the second half. yards rushing on seven carries. Urciuoli had another long touch- production for the 1989 season a chance to put education experts when the team was winless. in the hot seat. Tiie Ashbrook Women's Golf Association 9 HOLERS down called back on a penalty. held a Handicap Stroke Play Tournament Al'light:LowgrosswaslileanorRicciardl, Divorced, Widowed Billy Ganun and Rasheed Hawks on Thursday, September 27. Results were as follows: 52. First low net was Eleanor Ricciardi, 37. Second low net was Ann Powers, 39. Third Workshop October 15 scored a touchdown each. Coley Lechner contributed two points SCORES OF ATHLETIC EVENTS The Rutgers Cooperative Ex- 18 HOLERS: A Flight: Low gross was Jayne Deo, 83. low net was a tie between Nancy Jackson and 1'at Bolta, 41. tension of Union County is of- after touchdown and called a steady game in his initial start at IN WESTFIELD SCHOOLS First low net was a tie between Gloria B Flight: Low gross was a three-way lie fering two workshops for single quarterback. CONTIONUED FROM PAGE 17 Glickman and Donna Cluse, 73- Second low between Nancy Christcnscn, Mary Hughes people who are divorced or wid- RobbieJessup.GregAvena, Dan net was Carol Mcdeira, 74. and Gert Simons, 60. First low net was (iert owed on Monday, October 15, CROSS COUNTRY B Flight: Low gross was Audrey Young, Simons, 38. Second low net was Mary from 1 to 3 p.m. and repeated on Hoys 98. First low net was a tie between Doris Hug!ies,<Kl. Tuesday, October 16, from 7 to 9 Tuesday, October 2 - Kearny, 23; Westfield, 33. Reinhardt and Joyce Dillmcier, 73. Second Third low net was Nancy Christensen, p.m. GYMNASTICS low net was a lie between Audrey Said and Al. Both classes are being taught Thursday, September 27 -Weslfield, 97.4; Union, 77.8. Audrey Young, 75. C Flight: Low gross was Barbara Heyman, by Robert Tilson; registration is C Flight: Low gross was Eleanor Car- required. Please call 654-9854 to Tuesday, October 2 - Westfield, 86.15; Linden, 73.35. 65. First low net was Barbara Heyman, 37. penter, 100. First low net was Eleanor Second low net was Co Chazotte, 41. Third register for the seminar. Carpenter, 70. Second low net was Natalie low net was Lll Hoy, 44. Tines, 74. There was a tie for third low net SHOP WESTFIELD between RosanncSharskl and Nancy l'hares, 75. Low I'utts: Mary Hughes, 14. Chip-Ins: Jane Brower No. 12 and Ann Powers No. 12. FOR BARGAINS From a normal deck of cards, it's possible to deal 2,598,960 different five-card hands. DON'T DEAL WITH UNSTABLE Low I'utts: listelle Hiller, 2". Chip-Ins: Marge 1'erretla, No. 17 and Doris Molowa, No. 1 and No. 3. The 18Holersalso concluded their club championship. Results were as follows: Championship Tlight: winner, Anna Chung; runner-up, Jayne Deo. Quality Printing a Quick Service a Competitive Prices OIL PRICES. A Flight: winner.Audrey Young, playoff; $1.40 Falcon Printing runner-up, Carol Medelra. 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