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2 North Westchester Times, Mt. Klsce, N. Y., April 24, 1958 Bedford Hills Notes Dr. Leland P. Cary, executive secretary of the New York City Society of the Methodist Church, who was guest speaker at the Bed­ ford Hills Methodist Church on Sunday, spoke to a group of Youth Fellowship members of the local church and of the Katonah Meth­ odist Church at 7:00 p.m. Sunday evening at Bedford Hills. Com­ munity problems for teenagers were discussed informally by the visiting minister. A social hour fol­ lowed. The Rev. Arthur W. Bloom, pas­ tor of the Bedford Hills Methodist Church, and lay delegate, James L. Cox will be in attendance at the New York Annunl Conference be­ ginning today at Christ Church Methodist in New York. Although Conference does not end until Sun­ day afternoon, Mr. Bloom returned to conduct the Sunday morn­ ing worship service on April 20. The New York Woman's Society Conference held yesterday at Christ Church, Methodist in New York was attended by the following Bedford Hills women; Mrs. LeRoy Keefer, Miss Raiss.t Stern, Mrs. Wilbur Huntington. Mrs. William S. Gibson and Mrs. Arthur VV. Bloom. The third grades at the Bedford Hills Elementary School are both planning a field trip to the Audu­ bon Center in Greenwich, Conn, durning May. Miss Elaire Haas's grade will visit there on Tuesday, May 20 while Mrs. Alma Oberg- fell's class will make the trip on Tuesday, May 13. St. Matthias Parish notes; Third order of St. Francismeeting was held on Monday night at St. Mary's Church. Party night will be held Friday at 8 p.m. in St. Mary's auditorium. Special First Communion and Confirmation in­ structions for public school child­ ren will be given Saturday at 10 a.m. in St. Mary's School, Ka­ tonah. The 1958 Catholic Chari­ ties Appeal began on Sunday and will continue until April 30. The Sacrament of Confirmation will be administered on Tuesday, May 20. Adults who wish Confirmation should register at the Katonah rectory. A cake sale is planned for Sunday, April 27, and will be held at St. Matthias Church in Bedford Hills following Masses at 9:15 and 11:15 a m. The Bedford Hills Fire Depart­ ment were kept on the jump dur­ ing the weekend when three grass fires were reported. On Friday they were called to the home of Dr. Henry Russell on Buxton Road, on Saturday, they answered a call to the Joseph Casanova home on Croton Lake Road; and on Sunday a call to the Henry Gib­ son home on Harris Road was an­ swered. Mr. and Mrs. Harold V. O'Brien, their daughter, Maureen and Mrs. O'Brien's mother, Mrs. A. M. Cor­ nell, of Bedford Road, Bedford Hills, were at Orleans, Cape Cod, over the weekend where they opened their cottage for the com­ ing season. Deborah Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Brown of Mam Street, Bedford Hills, celebrated her tenth birthday on Saturday, April 12, with a party at her home for a group of girls. Mrs. Herbert Lancaster of South Beechwood Road, Bedford Hills, entertained at a stork shower on Thursday evening, April 10, for her twin sister, Mrs Sheldon Lent of Katonah. Attending were a group of employes at the Reader's Digest with whom Mrs. Lent once worked. rs. Leonard Garigliano k e k Mrs. Leonard Garigliano sus­ tained sprains of both ankles in a fall at her home on Delano Drive, Bedford Hills, on Saturday. Mrs. Garigliano was in her yard and apparently the ground on which she stepped had washed out un­ derneath from the rains. She re­ ceived emergency treatment and after x-rays it was found that she had suffered two severe sprains She will probably be laid up for two weeks. Mrs. Gariglinao is an employe of the New York Tele­ phone Company. Her five-year old godchild and niece, Catherine Garigliano of Durham, Conn, is visiting her aunt and will be Mrs. Garigliano's right-hand man while she is indisposed. Mr. and Mrs. George F. Rogers returned Saturday to their Bed­ ford Road, Bedford Hills home after spending the winter months in St. Petersburg, Fla. Local contractor Herbert L. Rey­ nolds has improved so much from his heart attack of several weeks ago. that on Monday he was able to return to his Wood Road home m Bedford Hills from the North­ ern Westchester Hospital. Miss Vera Anable, who is com­ pleting her last year of nurses training at Grasslands Hospital, began a month's vacation on Fri­ day which she will spend with her family in Yorktown. Vera is a former resident of Bedford Hills and a graduate of Bedford Hills High School. LeRoy Keefer of Crescent Ter­ race, Bedford Hills, returned to his position with Orbaek Farm in Pleasantville last week, following a three-week vacation. v. *. s»s%. .. PRESENTATION of the key ceremony was observed Sunday at 4 p.m. when dedicatory serv­ ices were held in the newly erected Educational Building of the First Presbyterian Church, Katonah. Left to right are Stan­ ley Schaefer, president of the Board of Trustees, who passes the key to the pastor, the Rev. Wendell G. Wollam as R. Ben­ son Ray, chairman of arrange­ ments for the day, looks on — Photo by D B. Kirchhoff. 200 Attend Dedication Of New Church Section Mrs. Harry Bambach of Bedford Road, Bedford Hills returned on Friday from a visit of several days with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cook of Baldwin, L. I. Members of the Bedford Hills Woman's Club attended a break­ fast and fashion show held Tues­ day at 9-15 a.m. at B. Altaians in White Plains. The Jacob Sherman residence on Church Street, Bedford Hills, has been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Perry Marro of Mount Kisco. Mr. Marro is a night custodian at Fox Lane School. The annual Ladies' Night of the Bedford Hills Fire Department will be held on Saturday evening at The Nineteenth Hole Restaurant in Somers. Mrs. George W. Sarles of Cot tage Terrace, Bedford Hills, began teaching duties at Bedford Elem­ entary School on Tuesday, April 15 and for the remainder of the school year will instruct the sec ond grade formerly taught by Mrs. Helen Milvaney, who has resigned Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moravick of South Church Street, Bedford Hills, took their two boys, Bobby and Tommy, to New York on Sun­ day for a day of sight-seeing. At a recent meeting of the Hook and Ladder Company of the Bed ford Hills Fire Department, the fol­ lowing were re-elected to office; Dominick Maccarini, captain; Har­ ry Hall and Rosario Titrulle, Lieut enant; William Garigliano and Al lan Rogers, Engineers; Karl E. Graves - secretary-treasurer. Mr. and Mrs Louis Megna of Park Avenue, Bedford Hills, have announced the birth of a son, born at the Northern Westchester Hos­ pital on Thursday, April 10. He weighed five pounds twelve ounces and has been named Stephen. Other children in the Megna fami­ ly are John, Kathie, Rickie and Louis. The two fourth grades at Bed­ ford Hills Elementary School are spending today in New York at­ tending the circus at Madison Square Garden. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Losee and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brennan attended installation services of the Veteran's of Foreign Wars held in Harrison on Sunday after­ noon. Over 200 members and friends' of the First Presbyterian Church of Katonah attended the service of dedication of the new educa­ tional unit. Special guests for the dedication included the guest preacher, Dr. Frank Grebe, min­ ister of the Madison Avenue Pres­ byterian Church of New York, Dr. Melvin Joachim, executive secre­ tary of the Presbytery of West­ chester, Dr. George Barford, minister of the Yorktown Presby­ terian Church and chairman of the Christian Education Committee of the Presbytery of Westchester. The service of worship included a litany of dedication led by the pastor, the Rev. Wendell G. Wol- am. Following the period of wor­ ship, the congregation followed the choirs in a procession around the church into the new Fellowship Room beneath the present sanc­ tuary. There R. Benson Ray, chair­ man of the arrangements commit- ee, presided at the presentation of the key. The large key was pre­ sented by the building contractor, Clvvood Eastman representing the irm Merton E. Eastman % Co. of Armonk, to F. Stanley Schaefer, president of the Board of Trustees of the Katonah Church. In turn, Mr. Schaefer presented the key to the pastor who called upon the representatives of all the organi­ zations of the church reminding, St. Mary's Mothers Guild Sets Bridge, Fashion Show Bedford Hills Boy Scouts, ac­ companied by James Phelps, Wil­ liam J. Dieal and Stephen Schutte, enjoyed a weekend camping trip on the old iron mine property in Croton Falls. The trip was delayed a week because of bad weather but ideal camping weather pre­ vailed this past weekend. Twenty scouts participated and the troop has been offered the use again of the private property on which it camped because of its excellent conduct during the past weekend. A Cubs Scout den under the direction of Mrs. Robert North and her assistant, Mrs. Sam. Pennessi, visited the Bedford Hills Fire Department on Tuesday evening of last week. The Fire House will soon be razed to make way for a new building. The following are Bedford Hills Elementary students who took part in the third annual Elemen­ tary and Junior High Schools Mu­ sic Festival at Fox Lane School on Saturday evening. Barbara Nestch Paula Holmer, Susan Mills, Chris­ tina Coletti, Madeline Webster, Alice Werner, Marjorie North, Jonathan Miller, Ann Aspinall, Kenneth Booth, Judith Eglit and Penelope Graves. Larry Acuna, Patricia Pennessi and Martha Mc- Roberts were scheduled to appear with the group but at the last moment were unable to attend The above pupils were members of a large chorus of elementary children from the following schools: Bedford, Carmel, Ka tonah, Lewisboro, Mahopac, North Salem, Pound Ridge, Mount Kisco, Somers and Brookside. They get such fast claim service, constant, indi­ vidual attention to their account, that they can't believe it is being done by one man. If you want really individual atten­ tion to your insurance problems, call — Henry N. Thorsen 18 Parkway, Katonah, N. Y. Phone CEntral 2-3030 Evening Mt. Kisco 6*8384 RtprtMfttlno THE TRAVELERS, Hartfori 'H At the annual meeting of the Women's Society of Christian Ser vice held Wednesday evening at the parish house of the Bedford Hills Methodist Church, Mrs. Le Roy Keefer was elected president; Mrs. Robert Burbank, vice presi dent; Mrs. William S. Gibson, DON'T LET DEFECTIVE- VISION HAMPER' YOUR CHILD At Leeds every detail, from the examination of your eyes, the selection of the proper frames, the grinding of the lenses and the final inspections is under the supervision of professional craftsmen. ISO Main St., White Plains 5 SO. MOGER AVE. MOunt Kisco 6-5870 them of the purposes to be served in the new building. The Women's Guild and the Business Women's Club of the church served as host­ esses at a social hour which fol­ lowed. Others recognized in the presen­ tation ceremonies were Building Fund Chairman Ferdinand T. Hopkins; Building Fund Treasurer Lewis A. Benedict; Building Com­ mittee Chairman J. B. Wyckoff; Architect Bruce I. Helmes; Plumb­ ing and Heating Contractor Don­ ald Kellogg; Electrical Contractor Paul A. Noe. Organizations of the church were represented at the presentation by Session, John J. Mueller; Church School, Mrs. Richard R. Young; Women's Guild, Mrs. Lewis Benedict; Business Women, Miss Muriel Lammers; Presbyweds, a couples group, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hedlund; Junior and Senior Choirs Richard Sutch; Sen­ ior Westminster Fellowship Glenn Perry; Freshman Fellowship Bill Covey: Junior High Westminster Fellowship, Jocelyn Young; Chris­ tian Education committee, Richard R. Young. The Church School Staff, under the leadership of Mrs. Richard R, Young, invited the congregation to visit the newly prepared rooms, as a conclusion of the dedication ceremonies. Reservations for the dessert bridge and fashion show sponsored by the Mother's Guild of the St. Mary's School, Katonah, to be held on Wednesday, May 7, at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium, are continuing to be made and persons interested may contact Mrs. Paul Nugent at CE 2-4301. Admission for the evening will be $1.50 and per­ sons are requested to bring their own cards. Marion Keane and Joan Bur­ rows, both members of the eighth grade at St. Mary's School, were the first and second prize winners, respectively, of the seventh and eighth grade group in the poster contest sponsored by the Mothers' Guild in connection with the com­ ing fashion show. Claire Estrada of the fifth grade took first prize and Jamie Williams of the sixth grade took second in the fifth and sixth grade group. Mrs. Arthur Hanley, chairman of the children's fashions, has an­ nounced the following models for the evening: Neil Allaire, Wayne Goodrow, Anne Lorden, Anne Smith, Gail Pedone and Betty Anne Camarco for the pre-school fashions; Brian Johannes, Warren Shilling, Virginia Fitzgerold, Christine Mooney, Michelle Brooks for the First Communion clothes; Peggy O'Neil, Susan Mar- tabano, Lynn Zaccari and Valerie Goodrow for the girls fashions in the 7 to 14 age group. Mrs. W i 11 i am Brown, Mrs Reap, Mrs. Raul Ugetta, Mrs. Don­ ald Bevm and Mrs. Ernest Genett will be models for the fashions co, according to Mrs. Robert Do- retta, chairman of the women's fashions. Among the special prizes to be awarded during the evening will be an electric steam iron, copper secretary, and Mrs. Charles Finch, treasurer. The Rev. Arthur W. Bloom, pastor will install the of- ficers at the May meeting. deep fat fryer, Irish linen table cloth to name a few. The portable TV set will also be awarded that night. Mrs. Gus Soderquist, chair­ man of the prizes, has announced that many other prizes have been promised for the evening and has offered to pick the various items up to make it easier for the do­ nors. Persons who would like to donate to the prizes are asked to contact her at BE 4-3460. Proceeds from the fashion show and bridge will go towards the purchase of a new piano for Sister Mary Redempta in the new school. Kensico Tube Associates At Parley James E. Rice, plant manager of Kensico Tube, Mt. Kisco and Thomas Halloran of Kensico at­ tended an Industrial Engineering Conference at Brown University, Providence, R. I. on April 12. The conference was sponsored by the Providence Chapter of the Society for the Advancement of Manage­ ment. Mr. Halloran was a guest speak­ er at the conference. His topic as Method, Time Measurement, with particular reference to its application at Kensico Tube Co. This method of applying scientific principles in determining individ­ ual work output was recently in­ stituted at Kensico Tube. Kensico Tube Co. produces seam­ less copper tube, and is one of the faster growing industries in the North Westchester area. Other speakers on the program included representatives from John L. Schwab Associates. This organization is a pioneer in the field of management engineering. Both Mr. Rice and Mr. Halloran are residents of Katonah. New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y. t April 24, 1958 Katonah Neivs Items Miss Elizabeth Towey of Bedford Road, Katonah, accompanied by Mrs. Mae Causey and Mrs. Fred Freund of Mount Kisco sailed aboard the Queen Mary on Wednes­ day, April 23 for a five week tour of Europe which will include a vis­ it to 11 countries. Their return trip will be made on the Queen Elizabeth. Miss Helen McGarry of The Ter­ race, Katonah, has been a patient at the Northern Westchester hos­ pital after undergoing surgery oh Monday of last week. Miss Elizabeth Towey was guest of honor last Thursday evening when a surprise bon voyage par­ ty was held for 16 guests at the home of Mrs. George Lucid of North Street, Katonah. Mr. and Mrs. Val Miller of Sun­ rise Avenue, Kaionah, spenc the weekend in Middle Village, L. I. visiting at the home of William Gcjstmeyer. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Cramer and yr.n David of Port Chester were Supper guest recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hudson Ritch of Huntville Road, Katonah. Mr. and Mrs. Cramer and family were for­ mer residents of Grandview Ave­ nue, Katonah. Mrs. John Birch of South Road, Katonah, will be hostess on Thurs­ day, May 1, when the Kings Daugh­ ters meets at her home at 1:30 p. m. for a dessert meeting. First and second graders of St. Mary's School Katonah entertained the members of the Mother's Guild when they met at the school on Thursday evening of last week for their regular meeting. The first graders danced and sang Spring songs and the second graders act­ ed as a model class with one of the class members garbed as a Sister of the Divine Compassion, the teacher. Refreshments were served to the children following the entertainment. Final plans for the fashion bridge were discussed at the business meeting which follow­ ed, with the appointment of the Nominating Committee postponed until the next meeting scheduled for May 8. ward Frederick Myers 4th on Sun­ day, April 13, at the Northern Westchester Hospital. The couple have a daughter, Martha. Mr. and Mrs. Halstead Park and family of Sunrise Avenue, Katon­ ah, returned last week from a va­ cation spent in Sarasota, Fla. vis­ iting Mr. Park's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Parks of Katonah, who have been vacationing there for the Winter months, and his brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. David Kellogg and family residents of Sarasota. and Mrs. James Black of Hamp­ ton Place, Katonah, celebrated her sixth birthday on Saturday after­ noon with a party at her home for several little friends. Mark Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis of Lake Kato­ nah, celebrated his tenth birthday on Saturday with refreshments be­ ing served at his home to Ray Williams, Kit Wise, Jack Gullen, John Pfeiffer and Will Tintera be­ fore they attended the movies. The game party sponsored by the Business Women's Club of the First Presbyterian Church, Kato­ nah, will be held tonight at 8 o'clock in the Fellowship Room of the church with a large selection of games to entertain all comers, according to Mrs. Walter Raith, chairman. Refreshments will be served and special prizes awarded. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Kellogg of Valley Road, Katonah, returned home on Friday evening from a vacation of several weeks spent in Florida with friends in Clearwater and their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. David Kellogg and fam­ ily of Sarasota. Fruit juice, bacon, eggs, cereal, rolls, coffee, cake, pie and coffee will be served from 7 to 11 a.m. at the third annual May breakfast to be held Thursday, May 1, at the Katonah Methodist parish hall and sponsored by the WSCS. Ad­ mission will be 75 cents and 50 cents for children under twelve years of age. Mrs. Howard Duff of Elmhurst, L. I. is visiting at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arcellus Stoddard and family of Huntville Road, Katonah. John Placona, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Placona of Ridge Street, Katonah, celebrated his seventh birthday on Saturday with an aft­ ernoon party at his home for 14 little friends. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Diel of Huntville Road, Katonah, returned on Monday of last week from North Syracuse where they had visited over the weekend at the new home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Schenck and family. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Rockwell and family of Niantic, Conn, visit­ ed over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Pierre Rockwell Jr. and fam­ ily of Deer Park Road, Katonah. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Genett of Sunrise Avenue, Katonah, returned home last Thursday from several months vacation at Miami Beach, Fla. During their stay in the South, they visited Mr. and Mrs. George Neff, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rey­ nolds and Mr. and Mrs. William Travis, all former Katonah resi­ dents now making their home in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Myers of 125 Huntville Road, Katonah, announce the birth of a son, Ed- Marsha Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Williams of Bedford Road, Katonah, a patient at the Babies Presbyterian Hospi tal in New York, underwent sur gery on Friday and is reportedly making a satisfactory recovery. She expects to be home soon. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tocci of Edgewood Road, Katonah, spent the weekend visiting friends in Rhode Island. During their ab sence their daughters, Sherry and Linda, visited their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tocci of Ka tonah. Michele Vuotto of Deer Park Road, Katonah sailed on Wednes day, April 23, aboard the S. S Cristofo Columbo for his home on the Isle of Capri where he will spend the Summer months. KS P2 SH Bedford Hills Harry Kubetz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubetz of Beverly Road, Mount Kisco, marked his birthday on Thursday at the Hi Lo School on South ChUreh Street, when he entertained members of his class with a party and re freshments. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ward and family of Edgewood Road, Katon ah, returned home on Saturday, April 12, from an eight day cruise to Bermuda. Rachael Black, daughter of Mr, Mrs. Bradford Odell Jr. of Val­ ley Road, Katonah, was surprised at a Sewing Circle last Wednes­ day evening when 15 guests as­ sembled for a stork shower in her honor at the home of Mrs. Thomas Ganung of Bedford Hills. A reminder of the annual Spring rummage sale of the Katonah Vil­ lage Improvement Society being held this Friday and Saturday, April 25 and 26, in the old Ka­ tonah Firehouse on Katonah Ave­ nue beginning at 10 a.m each day. vid Scrivner, co-chairmen have an­ nounced bargains in antiques, rugs books, clothing, jewelry, toys, glass, china, draperies, furniture and bric-a-brac. Mrs. Dom DeSantis and daug- ter of Millbrook, N.Y. accompa­ nied by her brother, Willian Vuot­ to Jr. also of Millbrook, visited in Katonah on Saturday with their grandfather, Michela Vuotto of Deer Park Road. Anthony Salvia of Montclair, N.J. and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Campagna and son of Fort Lee, N.J. were weekend guests at the home of their uncle, Michele Vuot­ to of Deep Park Road, Katonah, in order to wish him bon voyage for his trip to the Isle of Capri. Mrs. and Mrs. Peter Corr Roy- ston of New York City announce the birth of their first child, a daughter born on April 16 at the Misericordia Hospital in New York. The baby weighed seven pounds, four ounces at birth. Mrs. Royston is the former Miss Anne- Marie Whitney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Whitney of Valley Road, Katonah. HOW TO SAVE MONEY EVERY WEEK See the New Ramblers that Broke AH Sales Records in March! SALES UP 83.6%—BIGGEST MONTH IN RAMBLER HISTORY! MYSTERY GIRL NEW ROCHELLE — The West­ chester Chapter of the City of Hope has a teaser campaign going on for its dinner dance of April 26. 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