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NortKWesteKesHr Times.' Mh Kisco, N. Y., July 31, 1958 Bedford Village News TO BE BAPTIZED Richard C. Hollyday V, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Hollyday Jr. of Bedford Center Rd., will be Christened at a cere­ mony at 4:30 tomorrow (Friday) afternoon at\ St. Matthew's Epis­ copal Church. Mr. and Mrs. Holly­ day have also a daughter, Anne Barbey Hollyday. Mrs. Hollyday is the former Miss Jane Perry. Her sisters, Mrs. Robert L. Dwight of Gibson Island, Md., and Mrs. Anthony M. O'Connor of New York City will be God-mothers for the Infant The Rev. John C. Harper, rector, will officiate. Miss Kit Wilberding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wilberding Jr. of Guard Hill, left Saturday morn­ ing for Pocono Manor, Penna. She will return to Bedford Sept. 10. Mr. and Mrs. William Gilroy of Venton Ave., Bedford Farms) were hosts for a barbecue party at their home Sunday evening' of last week. Ten couples were present Mrs. Gerard H. Wood of Pound Ridge Rd., . returned by plane Wednesday of last week from the Island of Mali in the Hawaiian Islands, where she had spent sev eral weeks visiting with her moth er, Mrs Charles B. Cooper, who is ill. Mrs. Wood had been away since June 5. M. and Mme. George Peissel with their four sons and their daughter, left on Tuesday to return to their home in Manhasset, L. I. They have been spending the Summer at the Hyde residence, \Early Farm\ Cross River Rd., Bedford M. Peissel is Director of the Linguistic Service at the United Nations. Mme. Peissel was guest of honor at a tea given by Mrs Reginald M. Taylor of Succabone Rd., Bedford, Thursday afternoon of last week. Kisj28y page 3 Village News — Douglas Cams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester P. Cams of Farms Rd., celebrated his seventh birth day with a party on Monday after­ noon. Douglas and his friends at­ tended a performance of \Peter Pan.\ Mr. and Mrs. William M. Fleischman Jr., with their chil­ dren, Nancy and Billy, left Wednesday, of last week, after a visit with Mr. Fleischman's broth­ er-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Walter T. Phillips of Old Post Rd., Bedford. The Fleischman family will spend some time touring in Canada, before returning to their home in Park Drive, 111. Mr. and Mrs. William Poole and family of Farms Rd., Beford, will move to Battle Creek, Mich., after they sell their home here. They have three children, Christine, Debby and infant Kathy. Mr. Poole leaves tomorrow for Battle Creek where he has received a transfer with the General Foods Company. Mrs. Poole is a former resident of Battle Creek. Dr. Douglas B. Crane of Succa­ bone Rd., has returned from two weeks service with the medical unit of the Army Reserve at Camp Drum, near Watertown, N. Y. Dr. Crane holds the rank of Major. Mrs. F. Everett Abbott of Ka- tonah, secretary of St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, Bedford, re­ turned to her office last week after a vacation in Wolfboro, N. H., on Lake Winnipesaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Abott were accompanied by Sam Abbott, Charles Hilbert, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel R. Hilbert and daughter Lee of Katonah, and Dr. and Mrs. Fred C. Holland and son Fred Jr., of Philadelphia, all members of their family. Restrictions On Flights To Beirut Pan-American Airways pilot Jo­ seph L, Flynn, returned today to his home on Trinity Pass Rd., in Pound Ridge, after having a \bird's eye view\ of the interna­ tional hot-spot, Beirut, Lebanon. Mr. Flynn, one of PAA's top pilots, left on the otherwise routine run Thursday of last week. On previous flights the ship and its crew \laid over\ three days in Beirut before completing the round trip flight. However due to the Lebanonese crisis, schedules were revised to provide for stop­ overs at Teheran instead of Beirut. The week-long round trip flight makes Rome, Italy, its first stop. At Beirut, Mr. Flynn said, es eorts were provided for pas sengers and crew for the trips to and from the airfield, as protec­ tion from rebel snipers. HOME FROM EUROPE Miss Elizabeth Cnobloch, daugh­ ter of Mrs; and Mrs. Carl Cnob loch of Cantitoe Rd., Bedford, re­ turned on July 19 from a year in Europe under the Smith College Junior Year Abroad plan. Miss Cnobloch majored in English Lit­ erature at the College of Bedford, University of London. In Septem­ ber she will enter her senior year at Smith College. While abroad she visited with her grandfather, Dr. Hans Cnobloch and members of his family in Austria. Debbie Clee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert H. Clee of Sarles St., Bedford, celebrated her ninth birthday yesterday (Wednesday.) Debbie and some of her friends went to Birch Hill for the occasion Mr. k and Mrs. Edgar S. Nelson and family of Oliver Rd., Bedford, vacationed recently at Gloucester, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Walter G. Fowler of 77 Carpenter Ave., Mount Kisco, have just bought a new house on Venton Ave., in Bedford Farms. Richard Oliver, Bedford haber dasher, returned Thursday of last week after a vacation from busi­ ness. Bryant College recently present­ ed awards for championships in intramural athletic competition. Anthony G. Amedeo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Amedeo of Bed­ ford Village, was a member of the winning softball team of Chi Gamma Iota Fraternity. Chester County Publishers fnf White Plains on Monday, after a two weeks vacation. Miss Mildred- Hubbe has been serving as guest' organist; at the morning service in' the Bedford Presbyterian Church while Miss Margaret Gerstner is on vacation. Mr. and Mrs., Domenic Tomase- 1U of Shenorock, formerly of Bed­ ford, have returned from a vaca­ tion at Atlantic City. Dr. Edward F. Rohmer of Pound Ridge Road, will^leave to­ morrow for Cape Cod to ; join Mrs. Rohmer and three sons at their Summer home there. Dr. Rohmer and his family will return to Bed­ ford Labor Day. Middle Patent To Press War On Gravel Pits MIDDLE PATENT— A head-on clash with North Cas­ tle gravel pit operators has been promised by the Middle Patent Association. In its annual newsletter the as­ sociation served notice on gravel pit operators that it plans to^'stop their inroads into our territory, and the gaping wounds they leave in our cherished countryside.\ The several gravel pits in North Castle, a source of friction in re­ cent years, have drawn fire from other quarters. It has become and probably will continue as a political issue in the town. However, there is no tinge of politics in the Middle Patent statement. \We are prepared to apply sus­ tained pressure, with legal action Rehearsals are being held on| as necessary, until they (the Monday and Tuesday evenings in gravel pit operators) and their the Bedford Elmentary School for supporters back and fill, and re- \The Time of # the Cuckoo\ to from Middle Patent,',' reads be presented on*Sept 4, 5, 6 by ^ statement, the Bedford Players. Fred Little The association also announced is the .director. its new board of directors. On the board are John Lockwood, Mrs. James Todd, Henry Rice, Scott Reininger and Thomas Longcope. Sponsored by the Bedford Fire Department, the carnival is under­ way on Memorial Field in Bed­ ford Village. The event opened last evening and will continue through Saturday. As usual the Bedford Parent Teachers Associa­ tion is operating a snack bar with home cooked food on the menu. A special matinee will be held Saturday starting at 2 P.M. for the children of the community. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Higle of Clinton Road motored to Conway, N. H., leaving Thursday. They re­ turned Sunday with their son, Roger who had been visiting rel­ atives in Conway. Mr. Higle re­ sumed his position with the West- OLD, OLD STORY Thomas Brennan, fity two, no home, received a 60-day jail sen­ tence but it was suspended by Judge John F. Reed Jr. when Brennan appeared before him last week in Mount Kisco Police Court to answer a vagrancy charge. Brennan, who has been been arrested several times on the same count, was taken into cus­ tody on July 22 by Sgt. Theodore\ Brugger who found him sleeping in an automobile outside a Lex­ ington Avenue garage where it was being repaired. He was ar­ raigned the next day. New Cattle Tribune, CKappaqua, N. Y., July 3*. 195$ I Live Pony Prise for First Annual Junior Horse Shoiv Seymour-Bang Nuptials Held in New York City In the chapel of Christ Metho­ dist Churchv Saturday, Miss Laura Ann Bang, daughter'of Mr. 1 and Mrs, Read R. Bang of 80 Park Avenue, New York, was married August Preachers Announced During the month of August the following people will preach in the Bedford Presbyterian Church: Aug. 3, Dr. Ernest Palen, min­ ister of the Middle Collegiate Church in New York City. Dr: Palen is the Summer minister in the Waccabuc Memorial Chapel and lives in Bedford for three summer months. Aug. 10, Dr. Daniel K. Poling, of the Fort Washing Collegiate Church in New York City, Dr. Po­ ling was formerly minister of the Bedford Presbyterian Church. Aug. 17, Dr. Melvin Joachim, ex­ ecutive secretary of Westchester Presbytery and former minister of the First Presbyterian Church in Mount Vernon. Aug. 24, Miss Gail Faithful, a member of the Bedford Presby­ terian Church who will enter Union Theological Seminary in Septem­ ber. Miss Faithful completed her studies at Vassar College in June where she majored in religion. Aug 31, Rev. Alvord Beardslee, director of the'Council for Reli­ gion in Independent Schools. Mr. Beardslee is a graduate of Yale divinity School. to Dorin Lambert Seymour, son of Mrs. Marjorie Seymour _ of Pound Ridge, and Samuel H. Sey­ mour of Chattanooga, Tenn. The Rev. Ralph W. Sockman was as­ sisted at the ceremony by the bride's uncle, the Rev. Dr. Fred­ erick J. Weertz. A reception was held at the Delmonico in New York. The bride was given in mar­ riage by her father. Her sister, Miss Betty Louise Bang, was maid of honor. The other bridal attendants were Mrs. Bruce Wil­ liams, another sister, and Mrs. Roger Williams, their cousin. Guy Webb was best man. Ralph Sco- field and Vernon Cavill were ush­ ers. The couple are with Field Enterprise Educational Corp. The bride attended Allegheny College and the University of Rochester. Mr. Seymour was graduated from Union College and Juilliard School of Music. The couple will make their home in Staten Island. BUILD CONFIDENCE O'Brien & Kinkel will build to your own specifications. Our fixed contract price includes everything. Custom features to suit your family's needs. O'BRIEN & KINKEL, Inc. CONTRACTORS and BUILDERS MAPLE AVE. MOunt Kisco 6-5171 Dugout Work Under Way Construction of dugouts for the Little League at Bedford Village Memorial Field is scheduled to start over this week-end. A committee of the B. V. Chow­ der and Marching Club, which is sponsoring the dugout project, an­ nounced this week that the work will be done by George Duff, Bedford Village mason-contractor. Estimated cost is $1800. The dugouts will seat about 18. They will be 24 feet long and 6 feet wide Foundation will be con­ crete, with cinder blockwalls and corrugated galvanized sheet iron roof. The floor of the structures will be duckboards, under which will be gravel fill to provide for easy drainage. The dugout construction is the last step in renovation of the Lit­ tle League Field as'planned and financed by the C. & M. club about two years ago. Previously, a backstop and fence were erect­ ed. The dugout project, was handled by a C. & M. Club committee con­ sisting of George Phillips, George Dudley, Jerry Davis, Lou Ebling and 'Al Glasser. MJRS. FRED E. CRISP JR. —d'Adamo Studio! Miss MacDonald Becomes Bride Of Mr. Crisp The Mamaroneck Methodist Church was the .scene Saturday af­ ternoon for the marriage of Miss Marcia Anne MacDonald, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Mac­ Donald of 207 West St., Harrison, formerly of Armonk and Mamaro­ neck, to Fred Eugene Crisp Jr. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Crisp of 710 Grove St., Mamaroneck. The 2 o'clock ceremony was per­ formed by the Rev. Edgar N. Jackson. A reception followed at the Roger Smith Hotel in White Plains. Given in marriage by her fath­ er, the bride wore a gown of white silk organza with chapel train. Her three-tier fingertip veil of silk illusion was arranged from a lace cap, and her bouquet was of lilies and bouvardia. Miss Lorraine McFachren of White Plains was maid of honor, wearing a ballet length white ny­ lon sheer over blue taffeta. Other bridal attendants, similarly gown­ ed in white over shell pink, were the Misses Terry Dankel, Olivia MacNamara and Gwendolyn Young, all of Harrison; and Mrs. Frank Brady of Wayne, Mich. All the attendants carried bouquets of rubrum lilies with variegated ivy. Bruce F- Crisp was best man for his brother. Ushers were Ronald Crisp, another brother, Douglas MacDonald, brother of the bride, Walter Schoonmaker of Larch- mont, and Philip Farney of Low- ville, N.Y., college roommate of the bridegroom. Mrs. Crisp- Jr., attended Cort­ land State Teachers College follow­ ing her graduation from Harrison High School, and is a graduate of the Berkeley Secretarial School. Until recently she has been em­ ployed by Standard-Vacuum Oil Co., of White Plains. The bride is a grand-daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. George B. Clark and the late Mr. and Mrs. William F. MacDonald, all of Armonk. Her father is a vice president of the County Trust Co., in White Plains. Her husband, a graduate of. Bel­ lows High School, attended Flori­ da Southern College and is now a senior at Ithaca College and a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. After a motor trip through New England and Nova Scotia, the couple will reside in Ithaca. Cake Sale Set Saturday Mrs. Connie Nelson is general chairman of the committee of the Bethel Baptist Church Senior Choir, who will have charge of the cake sale to be held Saturday in- the church hall on Maple Avenue, beginning at 10 A.M. The hall doors will open at 10 A.M. and such home made items as pies, cakes, cookies, rolls and special breads will be available. The sale will continue until all food is disposed of. NEW PLUMBING CODE CROTON-ON-HUDSON— The re­ vised Croton plumbing code in­ cludes a provision that any Croton resident may make repairs on premises he occupies Adoption of the code will be on the Village Board's Agenda at its Aug. 7 meet­ ing. Tickets are now on sale at Fox and Sutherland^ in Mount Kisco and at the Carnival at Bedford Village for the First Annual Junior Horse Show which will be pre­ sented at Sunnyfield Farm in Bed­ ford on Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 16 and 17 for the benefit'of the Bedford Lions Club, Westches­ ter County Pony Show Assn. and. the Mount Kisco Boys Club. On Saturday, a live pony will be given away and a ticket of admission is all that is needed to make anyone eligible to win. The pony will be awarfled at a draw­ ing to be held at 2:30 p.m„ One hundred dollars in cash'will be substituted for the pony according to the desires of the ticket holder whose stub number matches the one drawn at random. During the weeks remaining be­ fore the Horse Show, the pony will be displayed by members of the Bedford Lions Club at numerous gatherings in this vicinity includ­ ing this week at the Bedford Vil­ lage Carnival. Mrs. Allan J. Mcintosh is gen­ eral chairman of the show and serving as co-chairmen are Mrs. David Loomis and John C. Graham. Dressage Exhibit The main exhibition on both show days will be Karen Mcin­ tosh and her horse Scipu who will demonstrate the intricacies of dressage at 11:30 a.m. and at 3:20 p.m. on Saturday and ati 2 p.m. on Sunday. Of unusual inter­ est will be costume classes after which prizes will be awarded for the funniest costume; most ori­ ginal; prettiest; mcfet authentic and most unique including more than one horse and rider. For those who like to match their abilities against those of the experts, there will be a judging contest open to. any spectator upon the purchase of a judging card. After emulating the merits of the entries in a jumping class, specta­ tors whose cards most nearly match those of the judges, will be awarded cash prizes. In addition, there will be a quadrille exhibition given by top riders of Sunnyfield Farm similiar to the quadrille demonstrated on the Bedford Country Day's Tour last May. Garden Club To Tour Five Area Gardens The Basket Town Garden Club of Pound Ridge will hold its next monthly meeting Thursday, Aug. 7th. Members will meet at Conant Hall at 9:30 A.M. rain or shine. Bring a box lunch, desert and beverage will be served by the This month's meeting will be a tour of five local gardens led by Mr. Frank McKeever from the Botanical. Gardens, Bronx, N.Y. The gardens to be visited are those of Mrs. Harmon Newell Sr., West Lane; Mrs. John Allison, Eastwood Rd.; Mrs. John Crowe, Honeyhollow Rd.; Mrs. Corydon Finn, South Bedford Rd.; and Mrs. John Durham, Sunset Lane. The lunch stop will be at the Crowe home. Hostesses for this meeting are: Mrs. Randolph Seifert, Mrs. Jo­ seph Peckham, Mrs. William Manley Jr. and Mrs. Irving Shultz. BETTER WIN THIS ONE! YONKERS—Former State Com missioner of Investigation Arthur L. Reuter tried a case in traffic court here July 24 that veteran reporters believe he must win to keep peace, in his family in a manner of speaking. He defended his wife, Muriel, on a charge by a motorcycle officer that she failed to make a full stop on an ingress drive to the Bronx River Parkway on June 23. Parkway Patrolman Robert Lennon issued the sum­ mons. City Judge Albert L. Fior- illo reserved decision UNUSUAL PRIZE which will be given as a door prize at the August 16 and 17 Sunnyfields Farm Junior Horse Show, on South.Bedford Road, is this gen­ tle pony being held by Jill Tay­ lor, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Reginald Taylor of Succabone Road, Mount Kisco. Proceeds from this two-day event will be divided between the Mount Kisco Boys Club, the Bedford Village Lions Club and the Westchester County Pony Show Association. Included in the classes will be a dressage exhibition each day and a costume tiding competi­ tion, for which, .prized -will be. awarded for the most original, funniest, prettiest and most u- nique riders regaEa—Phofco by D.B.Kirchhoff..' Pound Ridge Activities Mr. and Mrs. Max Wylie of New York City, with their daugh­ ter, Miss Janet Wylie visited in Pound Ridge last week as the house-guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. K Titterton of South Salem Rd. Mr. Wylie is the brother of Philip Wylie, noted contemporary writer. On Saturday evening the Wylie family was entertained at dinner by Mr. and Mrs. William K. Clarke of Honey Hollow Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carnes and their five children have moved from Lower Trinity Pass, Pound Ridge, to Stamford, where they have purchased a new house on Smoke Hill Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Skolkin and their two daughters, of South Salem Rd., Pound Ridge, are trav­ eling in Europe this Summer. FOREIGN STUDENT Mr. and Mrs. William K. Clarke of Honey Hollow Rd., Pound Ridge, have been accepted by American Field Service to be host parents during the coming year for a foreign student who will come to the United States as an AFS scholarship winner. The young boy will arrive here Sept. 4, and will make his home with the Clarke family and will attend Senior classes at John Jay High School. The Clarkes expected to hear at any moment which foreign student has been selected by AFS to come to Pound Ridge. The Clarkes have a daughter, Miss Valerie Clarke who attends Alegh- eny College, Meadville, Penna., another daughter, Mrs. Richard Sawyer of Portland, Me., the for­ mer Miss Judy Clarke, and a son, Kendall at John Jay. Mr. and Mrs. George Schlining and their two daughters, of West­ chester Ave., formerly of Old Stone Hill Rd., Pound Ridge, have returned from a vacation at Cape Cod. Richard A Mancini of, West Lane, Pound Ridge, returned last week from a business trip to Bar Harbor, Me. Mr. Mancini made the trip by plane, with a staff of advertising personnel, to film color shots to b e used in the New­ port cigarette magazine and pos­ ter ads. Mrs. Kathry L. Thorburn of Trinity Pass, Pound Ridge, with her son Reid, left by plane last week to spend the remainder of the Summer in Mexico City, Mexi-f co, where she will visit with her parents, until after Labor Day. Robert Barker of Westchester Ave., Pound Ridge, has returned to Norlrin's after spending two weeks training with the National Guard at Camp Drum; near Watertown, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schoon- over, who have been living in Hempstead, L. I., for the past year, moved back to their house in Lower Trinity Pass, Pound Ridge, this month. The Schoon* overs have four daughters, Judy, Betty, Carol and Ginger. Town Clerk Everett B. Khapp and Mrs Khapp of Salem \Rd. Pound Ridge, celebrated their wedding anniversary Monday of last week. Mrs. George B. Clifton of South Salem Rd., Pound Ridge, con­ fined to her home with an injury to her leg. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frfedmaij of Trinity Pass Rd., Pound Ridge, left by plane last Thursday for Scotland. They plan to enjoy two weeks of golf and sight-seeing. OPPOSE SUPER HIGHWAY NEW ROCHELLE — The Council was asked today in a. ter from Walter A. Peek to the super highway which has beca} planned in the region of narrow*, winding Quaker Ridge R \\* representing a group of . in the area, proposed Council act on the request a week'* to rule out the I which id to be built with funds. Nursery, Meeting Place for (harden Club on Aug, 5 The Pound Ridge Nursery will be the meeting place for' the regu­ lar monthly meeting of the Pound Ridge Garden Club .on(Tuesday, Aug. 5, at 1 p.m. \ The members will hear Wesley Lent and Jerry Breyers of the nursery staff discuss \Ever­ greens \ The topic will v cover planting, feeding, mulching, spray­ ing, and pruning of broadleaf and coniferous types, -and there will be exhibits of each kind. The program is under the di rection of Mrs. John Williams, and will be followed by a question and answer period. Luncheon will be served before the meeting at the nursery. Kitchen Cabinets - Formica Tops ALBERT E. SEVERIHI MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. CARPENTER and BUILDER GENERAL CONTRACTOR MO 6-8127 No. 1 Specialist In Long-Distance Moving agent ALLIED VAN LINES, Inc. This Week Our Weatherproof Trailer Vans LEAVE FOR . . . 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