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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, April 24, 1958, Image 5

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North Wesfcnester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., April 24, 1958 * Chappaqua Town Talk Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Raymond o Hardscrabble Rd. and the i daughter Joanna attended the Princeton-Columbia baseball game at Baker Field on Saturday. Their son, Terry, is on the Princeton team. Terry and his roommate John Hicks, spent the weekend a the Raymond home. Mrs. Robert S. Custer of Cam bridge, Mass., visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Raymond Hardscrabble Rd., this week. Mrs Custer drove down on Monday and returned on Thursday. Miss Janet Mathews, daughter of Henderson Mathews of Brew^ ster, formerly of Hamilton Rd Chappaqua, has been awarded an honorary Vassar College fellow ship, and a Woodrow Wilson fel lowship for graduate study in an thropology next year at the Uni versity of Illinois. A senior Vassar, Miss Mathews is major ing in anthropology. She is member of Phi Beta Kappa and was named to the honor list 1955 and 1956. She prepared for college at Horace Greeley High School. Miss Linnae Leithner. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Leith­ ner of 16 West Place, a junior a Denison University, Granville Ohio, was on the publicity com mittee for \Good News\ a revue presented during the 15th Annua Bonds of Friendship campaign held last week. Proceeds from the drive will go to charities. Dr. Joan Marasco, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester P. Marasco of Lawrence P'arms South was honored Saturday at a shower given by Mrs. George Bender at her home in Lawrence Farms East. Twenty-four guests were present. Dr. Marasco, who was previously honored at a shower given in February by Mrs. Wil­ liam Schmelke of Glenside. will be married May 3 to William R Hardenbergh, son of Mr. and Mrs Herbert Hardenbergh of Lawrence Farms South, at a candlelight ceremony in the First Congrega­ tional Church. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Carle- bach of Old Chatham, N.Y., for­ merly of Hardscrabble Rd., have announced the birth of a daughter, Melissa Ann, on Apr. 14 at North­ ern Westchester Hospital. The new baby is the couple's sixth child. Mr. Caiiebach is First Deputy State Commissioner of Commerce. Mrs. Carlebach is the daughter of Mrs. Lloyd Wardwell of Bedford Rd. Mrs. Joseph W. Kifner of 64 Brevoort Rd. will be hostess at her home on Monday. May 12 for the next meeting of the Bible Study Group of the Church of St. John and St. Mary. The group will study Chapters 5—10 of the book of Luke. Their previous meet­ ing was on Apr. 14, at the home of Mrs. Edward Harvey on Ludlow Dr. Mr. and Mrs. Carl V. Burger of 192 Bedford Rd., Pleasantville, formerly of Chappaqua. have re­ turned from Mexico where they Charity Ball To Raise Funds For Nursing Scholarships stayed at San Miguel Allende for , , „„„„JJ„ c „u „i„ w t,;r, S ™?T- erl £ ?u °\ P . P ^ J2£ at the Larchmont Shore Club. Thi Burger. 3 orned them later, making gvent fa a benefit project ^ trie trip oy plane. annual gocial event of the Woman . s Mr. and Mrs. Norman P. Davis ^mary of the Westchester Coun of 90 Smith St. were hosts at their ^Mrs Leonid B^ses of Kine St home Saturday afternoon for a J^^m^^t of the Aux party for neighbors and friends, V£*Sri I' tit Sfe , „ . Doo yearly fund-raising event*supports f M M -n an ^ M ^,' ^ yler SSSS? me organization's gifts of scholar- of Mil wood Rd Seven Bridges ghi * fae used £ Westc hes- left by plane today for a two te / County hospital . Las t year the week holiday They will attend the auxiliarv ided 14 scho iar S hips Pablo Casalls festival m Puerto £(jp Westc ^ =ster grates. Mrs. Rico and will later go to S. D&vid mes q[ North Tarrytown Thomas and St. John m the Vir- is scholarship ^airman and can gin Islands. provide information about the grants to any Westchester girl in- Mr. and-Mrs. Fred C. Danne-,. „ . , . . „ man of 29 Aldridge Rd., with their | te ^ ed ^J^f three children, spent a two weeks spring vacation at Clearwater, Fla. The dance will feature the L awarding of special prizes, and in addition souvenirs will be provid ed for all attending. Members of the medical profession in West­ chester County, with their hus­ bands or wives, will attend the dance. Mrs. Jospeh P. Nelson of King St., Chappaqua, is chairman of reservations. The Auxiliary will hold its an nual luncheon meeting with elec tion of new officers on May 20 at the Pforzheimer Memorial Build­ ing, Purchase. Mrs. Bases, as retiring president, will present her annual report. Members of the Auxiliary, head ed by Mrs. Robert Armineo of Os- sining served as judges on Fri­ day of last week for the state judging of the annual poster com­ petition. Mrs. Bases and Mrs. Nel­ son will be delegates to the 22nd Annual Convention in New York City May 11 through May 14. Couples Club Spring Dance At Golf Club Whippoorwill Gives Out '58 Kesler Prizes Harry Kubetz Is 5, Has Birthday Party Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kubetz of Beverly Road, entertained Satur­ day in honor of their son, Harry, grandson of Mrs. Sarah Abel, who Many members of the Couples marked his fifth birthday. Club of the First Congregational Young playmates who attended ^ h m b h f n the festivities, which decorated . F games, a lighted and ))decorated m th eir homes tomorrow (Friday) birthday cake and refreshments, evening, preceeding the annual included Margo Wishbow, Andrea Spring Dance Nadel. Mary Rose Zehnder, Laura ^ d ' ^ ft f Cohen, Amy Bleiweiss. Tom . ' . „ ... . . .. Schectman, Richard Knopf. David Supersonic Spring mflbe held Talbot, Harry's cousin, Llyle Ku- at the Pines Ridge Golf Club with betz and his brother. Bernard. music for dancing provided by Larry Caso and his orchestra. De corations will include Martian gar dens, space scarecrows and mis­ sile mobiles. There will be favors for the women and a special di­ vidend for the men A party is being given for new members by Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Hatfield. Other hosts will fnclude: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Avery, Mr ARMONK— an d Mrs. Robert Brooks, Mr. and The prize winners for the 1957- Mrs . Edward H. Wallace, Mr and 58 howling season at Whippoorwill Mrs. Donald Diehl, Mr. and Mrs Golf Club were announced Satur- William Dunham, Mr and Mrs Hay night at the annual year-end James Conant, Mr. and Mrs. dinner and dance. Charles Curtis, Mr. and Mrs. Dek- Dave Dewey captured the men's kers Davidson, Mr. and Mrs. Wil championship while Helen Adams ham Heidenreich, Mr. and Mrs 'ed the distaff keglers. Don Smith J. L. Marsh, Mr. and Mrs. William and Hazel West were the runners- Holden, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Har- up. dy, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hartung, High average prizes for the year Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hale, Mr went to Bill Selzer and Doris and Mrs. William Heath, Mr. and Dewey. In second spot were Stu Mrs. Robert Holland, Mr. and Mrs Lenz and Helen Adams. Albert LeClair, Mr. and Mrs. Peter High average winners were Lambert, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dewey and Marge Bruning with Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Arch West and Burt Jobe and Thomassi, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jeanne Hurd second. Best game Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smith, was rolled by Warren Schloat and Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Travis and Marge Jobe. Runners-up were r. and Mrs. Louis Bartoccini. George Wisner and Charles Mc- Co-chairmen of the dance com- Candless and Hazel West. mittee are Mr> and Mrs> James Handicap leaders in series were Lester Sam Fuller and Betty Neal. Close behind were Lino Caffal and Jan r\ # D • J c Cannella. Handicap game highs Uessert Briage Set were made by Guy Fairbanks and D v Kin& 9 * Dmialitor* Elma Selzer. followed by Ed Shaw °Z S uaugniers and Rita Lawrence and Edie Fair- p a \ s ar ^ underway for the an- banks nual benefit dessert bridge of the Blasters beat out Mashies for Be . Readv CircIe ' Daughters, the team trophy. Edna Zollner The party will be held Wednes won the Treasurer's Cup with Len day, May 14, at 1 o'clock in the Retiring Village Clerk Honored by Bedford Relatives Mr. and Mrs. Henry Winterling and her mother, Mrs. William Seisel, all of Bedford, are in Tuckahoe this evening attending the departure dinner being ten­ dered their cousin, Miss Sydney Stewart who for the past 24 years, has been the Village Clerk of Tuckahoe. The party is being given in the Parkway Casino by fellow associ­ ates in the municipal family and will have as guests many of the mayors, trustees and other offic­ ials from the 22 villages in the county who knew Miss Stewart as a member of the Westchester County Village Officials Associa­ tion. Miss Stewart, with two friends, also retired is booked for a Med­ iterranean cruise aboard the SS Caronia, which will include visits to 16 ports ending with Southamp­ ton, England. The women plan to spend a few weeks in London re­ turning home aboard the SS Queen Elizabeth. Reynolds Name New Son Michael Mr. and Mrs. Millard L. Rey­ nolds of Spring Street became par­ ents for the fourth tune on Easter Sunday, when a son, to be named Michael Curtis Reynolds, was born in the Northern Westchester Hospital. It was also Mr. Rey­ nold's birthday. The older children are Daniel, Debra and Brenda. The new baby makes a 13th grandchild for Mrs. Reynolds' parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lawrence of Van Nuys, Calif. Mr. Reynolds is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Millard V. Reynolds of Spring Street, who now have four grandchildren. MISS JOAN FARMER Miss Farmer To Be Bride Of Ohio Man The engagement of Miss Joan Charlotte Farmer, a former mem­ ber of the Roaring Brook School acuity, to Bruce Maxwell Han- kins, son of Mr. and Mrs. William M. Hankins Jr. of Maumee, Ohio, has been announced by the bride- elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Farmer of Hastings-on-Hudson. Miss Farmer attended Hastings High School. She received the Bachelor of Science Degree from Bucknell University where she was a member of Kappa Delta Soronty. She taught at Roaring Brook School last year, and is now teaching at Maumee Valley Coun­ try Day School in Maumee. Mr. Hankins was graduated rom Colgate University where he majored in English literature. He was a member of Beta Theta Phi raternity. Before entering the Army he was with Owens-Corning Fiberglass Co., of Toledo, Ohio. He currently stationed with the Army at Fort Knox, Ky. A June wedding is planned. Ossining Pastor, Choir to Visit Mt. Kisco Church The Rev. J. W. Cofield, pastor of the Star of Bethlehem Baptist Church of Ossining, his choir and congregation, will be the guests of Bethel Baptist Church, Maple Ave., Mount Kisco for the service. The service will begin at 3:30 p.m. with special music being pro­ vided by the visiting choir and the sermon being preached by Rev. Cofield, with the pastor, the Rev. Benjamin Griffin welcoming the assemblage. Cannella second. CALL CH 1-0158 for prompt delivery of HEATING OIL with Paradyne* H04, a great new additive from Esso research that makes the new premium-quality Esso Heat­ ing Oil super-clean burning. It allows your oil burner to operate more efficiently, giving you more heat, and more economical heat. For dependable, economical home heating, call today. •Bef. U. 8. Fat. Off. CHAPPAQUA FUEL & SUPPLY At ihe p*rkway CHappaqua 1-0158 Bedford Road Firehouse, Chappa­ qua. It is the only fund-raising event held by the organization to support the group's many chari­ ties. Fancy articles will be on sale, as well as aprons and vari­ ous home-prepared foods. Mrs. Clarence England and Mrs. Al­ fred Kensing are co-chairman, with Mrs. Walter Tierney and Mrs. | James Dodge in charge of tickets. The Circle sent an Easter dona­ tion to the Kings Daughters Home for the Aged in Dansville, N.Y. In addition, members provided Easter baskets for the trays at the Van Tassell Nursing Home on N. Greeley Ave., here. YOU ARE WISE if you spend what is left after saving rather than save what is left after spending. Use our friendly help. The Chappaqua NATIONAL BANK Open Monday thru Friday 8-2; Friday Evening 6-t:S0 North Castle Office Main Office Mt. Kisco Rd. S. Greeley Ave. ^ARmonk Village 3-3081 CHappaqua 1-1500 Lutheran Guild Sets Lecture on Flowers The Altar Guild of the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, Mount Kisco, is sponsoring a Flower Ar­ ranging lecture and demonstration by Mrs. Thomas H. Hockstader at 10.30 a.m., Wednesday at the church on E. Main Street and S. Bedford Rd. All women of the church and their guests may at­ tend. While the emphasis on this lecture will be on the arranging of flowers for the altar, much of the information will also be use­ ful in handling flowers in the home. The number and time of future workshop sessions will be decided at the meeting. All who plan to attend the ses­ sions or are interested in future workshops are asked to call Mrs. Louis C. Raymond, CHappaqua 1- 1318 or the pastor, Rev. Robert E. Heffner, MOunt Kisco 6-6283. Many Hosts In Chappaqua For Cadets Plans are being made for the housing and entertainment of the 95 West Point cadets who will ar­ rive in Chappaqua the afternoon of their PTA-sponsored concert at Horace Greeley Gymnasium on Saturday, May 10, and leave the the following afternoon. Headed by Mrs. Donald Kellogg and Mrs. Jack P. Rees, the committee also includes Mrs. J. E. Dato, Mrs. William Metcalfe, Mrs. F. H. Campbell, Mrs. S. G. McClellan, Mrs. Louis Buerger, Mrs. Austin Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Edr ward Murtfeldt. According to Mrs. John Doers- chuk, PTA Ways and Means chairman, tickets for the concert to benefit the School Scholarship Fund, are presently on sale at Cadman's, Elman's, Country Cothes, Old Colony Shop and Squires, and will be sold at spe­ cially-manned booths at all three Chappaqua schools on Wednesday, Apr. 30. Tickets are priced at $2 and $1.50. Families who have already vol­ unteered to be hosts to the cadets include: Mr. and Mrs. Austin Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rees, Mr. and Mrs. William Metcalfe, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Furth, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hainline, Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mountrey, Mr. and Mrs. Raldolph Burrell, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. John Sundberg, Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth Nye, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Holmes, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Duncan, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Mc­ Clellan, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Buer­ ger, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kel­ logg, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Murt­ feldt, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Jock- ers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oglee, Mr. and Mrs. Granville Foss, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Angier, Mr. and Mrs. James Thomason, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stoweil, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Mygatt, Mr. and Mrs. Ger­ ard Torborg and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Atchley. Others interested may call Mrs. Kellogg at MO 6- 6930. SWEET HARMONY was in abundance—as exemplified here by Sandy Stoll and Dan Brooks— at the Horace Greeley Junior Class production of \Rough and Ready\ last week at the school. Three performances of the show were given, to raise money for the Chappaqua Dads' Scholar­ ship Fund which each year pro­ vides two scholarships for Hor­ ace Greeley graduates. Jimmy Leyden and Lee Benjamin wrote, directed and produced the show, which was a sell-out at all per­ formances—Photo by Don Dag­ gett 0 POWER MOWER PENNA. 18 INCH SPECIAL TORO MOWERS SALES SERVICE HEADQUARTERS FOR YOUR GARDEN NEEDS GARDEN TOOLS • FERTILIZERS FLOWERS & VEG. SEEDS • LIME FULL LINE SG0TTS LAWN PRODUCTS •• GARDEN TILLER FOR RENT • BARCLAY HARDWARE PLEASANTVILLE, N.Y. Tel. ROgers 9-3131 CO; INC. 25 WHEELER AYE. Guild To Hold Fashion Show And Bridge St. John's Guild of St. John's Episcopal Church, Pleasantville, has announced plans for a Spring Dessert Bridge to be held next Wednesday, in the Parish House. A fashion show will highlight the event. \Country Clothes of Chappaqua\ will feature new spring and summer styles model­ ed by members of the Guild. Par­ ticipating, as models will be Mrs. William Hart,. Mrs. John William­ son, Mrs. Arthur Christgau, Mrs Edward Wren, Mrs. Graham En thoven, Mrs. Lloyd Lawrence, Mrs, States Tompkins, Mrs. Warren Roos, Mrs. Frank Brown, Mrs. John Morrison, Mrs. Arthur Sweeney, Mrs. John Moore and Mrs. James Colvin. Mrs. George E. Baldwin, Guild president, heads up the committee with Mrs. J.P. Rutherford as co- chairman. Other members of the committee are Mrs. James Mc- Bride, tickets; Mrs. Lloyd Law­ rence, models; Mrs. Duncan. Hol- by and Mrs. Louis Dean, decora­ tions; Mrs. Arthur Christgau, prizes. Tickets at $1.50 are avail­ able from any Committee mem­ ber. NewQattfe Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y.^ April 24, 1958 g Sally Ross To Go Abroad This Summer Word has been received by Mr. and Mrs* Donald G. Ross Jr. of 36 Highway, Lawrence Farms South, that their daughter, Miss Sally Ross, has been accepted for participation in the Experiment HOT International Living, exchange student program this summer. Miss Ross, who has lived in Chappaqua since imfancy, is in her freshman year at Smith College. She attended Horace Greeley High School and was graduated from Dana Hall, Wellesley, Mass. In her application to the Experi­ ment, which has headquarters in Putney, Vt., Miss Ross requested a visit to Switzerland. She will live for one month with a family in that country, and the remainder of the eight weeks' period will be spent traveling in Switzerland and nearby areas. Miss Ross speaks French, and enjoys as recreation sailing, skiing, tennis and piano. She is a member of the Freshman choir at Smith, and last year won a college award in French competition. At the same time that Miss Ross is abroad, her brother Sandy, who will graduate from Princeton Uni­ versity in June, plans to be spending the summer in Europe. He will visit for some time in Austria, and will travel through several other countries. Mr. and Mrs. Ross and their children have lived in Chappaqua for the past 19 years. Mr. Ross is the owner of the Bedford Bus Company. Party For Sue Shea On Eighth Birthday Sue Shea, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Shea of Hunt's Lane, had a party for her frineds Tuesday afternoon to celebrate her eighth birthday. Attending were Patricia Byrne, Joanne Colgren, Martha Hansen, Carolyn Lee, Mary and Carol Mc- Canney, Patricia Neale, Susan Redding, Lynn Seligman, Indie Stern, Nancy Weigl, Sue Carey and Martha Holden. MISS SALLY ROSS, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Ross of Lawrence Farms South, will spend the summer abroad under the auspices of the Experiment for International Living. Most of her time will be spent in Switzer­ land, where she will live with a native family. from any point in the United Miss Kenney To Be Bride Of Lt. Collins The engagement of Miss Marcia Sue Kenney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryant F. Kenney of Law­ rence Farms South, to Lieut. Fer­ dinand Iglehart Collins Jr., U.S.N., has been announced by her par­ ents. The prospective bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Collins of Bound Brook, N.J. 'The bride-to-be attended Durban Girls' College, Durban, South Af­ rica. She is in her junior year at Wheaton College, Norton, Mass. Her father is a member of the board of directors of the Standard- Vacuum Oil Co. Lieut. Collins was graduated in 1950 from Phillips Academy, And- over, Mass., and in 1954 from the United States Naval Academy. He is serving aboard the Canberra, stationed off Norfolk, Va. POUND RIDGE GOP SHIFT The Pound Ridge Republican Town Committee has a new chair­ man. Supervisor William D. Shine, who had been GOP leader for 23 years, resigned last week be­ cause of increased duties as sup­ ervisor, and has been succeeded by Town Attorney Charles O. Blaisdell. Mr. Blaisdell, a lawyer with pratice in New York City, is a former F.B.I, agent. J HIS SPRING GRISTEDE'S Breakfast Specials! BACON ff m B£|!€ Breakfasf Brand . CA II GHU3 Lge. White Grade 'A' doz ' *97 # n COFFEE s^* 1 * B \<* n ^ 85 Mild flavor, , JLAc Cured just right. , b * pkS ' W M 1 Gristede's Finest Quality at a thrifty, low price. A tender, flavorful roast for 11 week-end dining. ID. FRESH CRISP THERE'S A NEW CAMPUS HERO JSBL THE ALL BOYS/|c T fOrV SH0£ AH the boys are taNctag abort new GeePees, tHekr favorite action shoe; about their faster styling, about their grand light weight and flex­ ibility and rugged, long wearing qualifies. Come in and see these styfes for campus or for camp, all with the same old GeePees style punch. Ask for Style 2922 $ 7 9S AND *a *5 CARTISANO'S SHOE STORE 21 KING STREET CHappaqua 1-0876 ICEBERG 2 Heads Crosse & Bhckwell Orange MARMALADE tr25' Corned Beef Hash Broadcast 16 or. ^ ^{ can Campbell's Tomato Soup i |> cans Green Giant PEAS o * • e A cans 4#aw Prices Effective April 23 thru 26 fie Thrifty Buy Quality GRISTEDE BROS., INC •superior food markets MT. KISCO 21 South Moger Ave. MOunt Kisco 6-5135 CHAPPAQUA 65 King Street CHappaqua 1-0890 PHONE ORDERS and FREE DELIVERY

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