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4 Nbrili Weskhester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., Dec. II, 1958 Community Events TREES .FROM VERMONT Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis of Byram Lake Road and\ the Rev. and Mrs. C. Pershing Hunter of Smith Avenue, recently motored to Reidsboro, Vt, the farm of the Rev. Hunter, to cut and bring home the Christmas trees which are being used in the Mount Kisco Methodist Church sanctuary and other areas of the church facilities. The Couple Club will meet Saturday evening to place and decorate these trees. Mr. and Mrs. William Lombardi of Chap- paqua will prepare the Italian din­ ner which will be part of this pro­ ject Mr. and Mrs. George Pea­ cock, Mr. and Mrs. John John­ son and Mr. and Mrs. Hunter, are assisting on the committee. The first meeting on Jan. 20 of Court Newman, Catholic Daugh­ ters of America, will have a speaker from the County Trust Company who will discuss wills and trust funds, the talk to be accompanied by a moving picture relative to the subject. Mrs. Clif­ ford Clemente and Mrs. George Ruthven will be in charge of the Hospitality Committee for the so­ cial hour which will follow the talk. Mrs. Courtice Pear sail of Byram Lake Road, has been on the sick list since Thanksgiving Day, but is now up and around once more. The installation of offices of Kisco Lodge, F&AM and Kisco Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, is scheduled for Jan. 13 and 14 re­ spectively in the Masonic Temple on Carpenter Avenue at 8 p.m. These two major functions will bring out record attendance in both units. Mr. and Mrs. John Victory and family of Bedford Hills, former Vil­ lage residents, wall move back to an apartment at 301 Lexington Avenue on Monday- daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Trtest of Great Neck, L.L Mr. and Mrs. Frank Stevens of Burlington, VL, who spent the Thanksgiving weekend in Mount Kisco with v their parents and fam­ ilies, have returned home, but will be back shortly before Christmas, when Mr. Stevens has his vaca­ tion. He is the son of Mrs.- Frank Stevens Sr. of Grove Street His wife is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fox, also of Grove Street. Charles Rasmussen of Fort Lau­ derdale, Fla. is in Mount Kisco and is staying with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin McCall of Grove Street. Flowers used on the altar of the Mount Kisco Methodist Church on Nov. 30 were the gift of associates of Oliver Knapp Jr. in the New York Telephone Company, in mem­ ory of Mr. Knapp's mother, Mrs. Oliver Knapp Sr. Recent guests of the Mount Kis­ co Rotary Club at its luncheon meeting in the Kittle House, Law rence Farms, were Henry Herman and Carl Schantz of Pleasantville, Charles Dahmen of Ossining and Al Link of Mount Kisco. Members of the congregation of the Jewish Community Center who will hostess the Oneg Shabbat fol­ lowing the Hanukah Family Serv­ ice tomorrow night at 8:30 p.m. include Mrs. Morton Eligator, Mrs. Clarence Morris, Mrs. Louis Smilkstein, Mrs. Irving Sims and Mrs. Bernard Moskowitz. \Christmas Art and Music\ is the theme for the Dec. 17 meet­ ing of the Wednesday Study Club Mrs. Robert C. Orr and Miss Eve­ lyn Browne will be in charge of the program and hostesses will be Mrs. Douglas G. Bishop, Mrs. Mar­ cus Prytherch and Mrs. William J. Warkentin. John Lieto, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lieto, Woodland Street, is wearing his right arm in a splint these days. He fell playing football in Leonard Park on Thanksgiving Day. Being a \southpaw\ the ac­ cident has not interfered with school for John. Mr. and Mrs. H. Allen Smith of Old Roaring Brook Road, left Dec. 3 from San Francisco aboard the \Matsonia\ for a vacation in Hawaii. Mrs. Roswell Regan of McClain Street, has had the cast removed from her fractured leg but is still confined to her wheel chair. She was injured some months ago when struck by a car in the South Moger Avenue shopping area. Mr. and Mrs. William Reynolds and sons, Hanford and William of spring Street, visited George Slo- cum of Port Chester on Nov. 30. Mr. Slocum is Mrs. Reynold's fa­ ther. The day was the wedding an­ niversary of Mr. and Mrs. Reyn­ olds. Thursday evening, Jan. 22 is the date selected by members of the Kisco Square Club for the formal installation of new officers in the Masonic Temple, Carpenter Ave­ nue, at 8 P. M. Persons who may not be able to attend the annual Christmas Basket and Kiddie Party benefit dance at the Mount Kisco Elks Club Saturday night, may help the cause by forwarding money to par­ ticipate in the drawing for a hi fi console, special prize for the oc­ casion. Mrs. Merrill Sloat and sons Mer­ rill and George of 95 Moore Ave­ nue\ are now making their home with .her parents, Mr- and Mrs. Hanford Reynolds of Moore Ave­ nue. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Fennell Sr. of EhnsfordV were forced from their home on Thanksgiving Day when a fire swept the basement. Mr. Fennell is the son of Mrs. Patrick Fennell, who formerly lived at the corner of West Hyatt Avenue and Main Street, and now lives with her son-in-law and \HEADQUARTERS FOR HEATING\ It you're Interested In lucky numbers ... (and also want to •n}oy better fuel off service) • • • put this one near your telephones MOunt Kisco 6-4151 ft will bring you the Wendly heating service oft alstead- Co, foe 43* Lexington Ave. MOtmt K3seo 6-4151 was the guest speaker before mem­ bers of the Mount Kisco Rotary Club on Thanksgiving Eve, at the luncheon meeting in Kittle House. He stressed the anticipated high enrollment at the White Plains col­ lege and stated that plans are und­ erway for enlargement of present facilities. Three hundred and fifty mem­ bers and guests enjoyed dinner at the official visit of District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler Louis •> P. Camisa and State Vice-president Charles B. DeLuca, held in the Mount Kisco Elks Club in Novem­ ber. Much favorable comment was heard on the excellence of the^din- ner and the manner in which the officers rendered the Initiation Rit­ ual. Three socials to mark-the Hanu- ity Center were held on Tuesday and this afternoon. The first on Tuesday, for pre-school children, began at 10:30 and ended 11:30 a.m. Mrs. Sydel Rose and Mrs. Laura Eligator, were in charge of the games and singing and Rabbi Sanford Hahn told the children the story of the festival. The party for the Primary grades began at 5 p.m. and finished at 7 p.m. the same day and included a light sup­ per, gifts, games, music and singing. Mrs. Stanley Herman and Mrs. Eugene Seigmann were in charge with Rabbi Hahn, Cantor Arthur Yolkoff and Miss Miriam Siegel assisting. Today's party at 4:30 p.m. will be for students of the Hebrew School, with the Youth Group entertaining with songs and dances of Israeli. Supper and an exchange of gifts will terminate the fun. Mrs. Al Brod and Mrs. Alex Rosenberg will be in charge of this party. Mrs. Margaret Reigner of Brook­ lyn, mother-in-law of Mrs. Geneva Riegner of West Main Street, was the guest of Mrs. Riegner and her daughter Margo for Thanksgiving Day dinner. The Army came out ahead in the Army-Navy turkey shoot on Nov. 22 and 23, sponsored by Moses Taylor Jr. Post No. 136, Ameri­ can Legion. Army scored 38 and Navy 17. The Navy does better popping subs and such, not many turkeys taking to the ocean, ex­ cept as food aboard the sea-going hacks with tourists aboard. The fish dinners every Friday night at the Mount Kisco Elks Club are still drawing crowds. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Fox are in charge of the kitchen these days, and also serve the meals avail­ able on Saturday and Sunday. Members of the Junior Council of the Jewish Community Center, will sponsor a movie Sunday at 2:30 P.M. in the Smith Avenue Center, to which all the children in the area will be welcome. There will be a nominal charge, which will cover admission and refresh* ments. Members of the Gin Club, a sdo ial group within the congregation of the Jewish Community Center, will enjoy the weekend at Gros- singer's in the Catskills. Dr. Mar­ tin Weinstein is making the ar­ rangements for the outing. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Feather- stone and three children ar oc­ cupying their new home on Pane Place. They have purchased the former John Diamond home. Mr. [FeatherstofiS^^letary to Al­ fred Perlman of the New York central Railroad Company. Mr and Mrs. Diamond have bought a new home on Marietta Avenue in Hawthorne. Div and Mrs. Jakob Adler of Sands Street, have sold their home to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Battag- lia. The Adlers plan to tour Europe for a year and upon their return will locate in Cleveland where they will be near their son. Mr. Battag- lia is associated with Wick Print­ ers of Scarsdale, The transaction was handled by Holbrook, Brown and Waeger. The regular meeting of the Wom­ en's Society of Christian Service of the Mount Kisco Methodist Church, was held on Tuesday even ing, postponed a week to make way for the Christmas sale and tea on Friday and Saturday. Raymond Ruocco of 85 West Hyatt Avenue returned to his home on Wednesday of last week from the Northern Westchester Hospit­ al, where he had been a patient for two weeks following a major operation. President Philip Martin of West Chester County Community College Members of the Youth Group of the Jewish Community Center, Smith Avenue, plan to attend a dance in Temple Beth-El recrea­ tion rooms on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Alpi and children of Croton Falls will move into an apartment on Highland Avenue on Jan. 1. Mrs- Alpi is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Frank Fox of Grove Street. Miss Margaret Egan of South Bedford Road, was hostess last night for the evening Rosary Al­ tar Society card group. Mrs George Wright of Moore Avenue, was hostess last week with Mrs Sophie Domanski, Mrs. Charles Thomas and Miss Elizabeth Croke winning the prizes- Mr. and Mrs- Richard Nichol and their five-year-old daughter, Mary Beth, moved last week to their newly purchased home on 58 West Way, Williamstown. They formerly resided in Jersey City Mr* Nichol is assistant art direc­ tor of Avon Products an New York City. The Dec. 3 meeting of the Mount Kisco Rotary Club at the Kittle House- Lawrence Farms, found members voting to again sponsor the Little League team next sea­ son and the treasurer's report of the year, was read by John De- Salvo. A Christmas greeting card from John and Florence Best showed the picture of their new home in Bradenton, Fla., and the accom­ panying letter put the thermome­ ter at 82 degrees most of the time They are both well and busy and send regards to all the staff a f the Northern Westchester Times WE SELL SLEEP For Back Troubles & Poor Sleepers WE GUARANTEE the Sealy Posturepedic Mattress WlIpL HELP YOU FEEL BETTER & SLEEP BETTER IN 30'.DAYS OR REFUND MONEY .f^0wf(oitt Nest with a Little Down and Easy Pymts. |£^l ^SO0D STORE TO TRADE WITH M'MT.^ 'KISCO FURNITURE Mount Kisco 6-8018 Floors off Flno Furniture — New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., December IT, 1958 - Miss Ellen Mary Singleton Wed to Robert F. Donnellan St. Francis of Assisi Church was the scene Saturday for the wed­ ding of Miss Ellen Mary Single­ ton, daughter of Mr. ari?i Mrs. Matthew Singleton, 25 East Main Street, Mount Kisco and Robert F. Donnellan, of Brooklyn, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Don­ nellan. The Rev. Thomas P. Ca- hill performed the ceremony and celebrated the Nuptial Mass which followed at eleven o'clock. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white silk mist, made with a scoop neckline, fitted bodice, and three quarter length sleeves. An Itali­ an belle skirt with a side-back interest of bouffant self drape, was caught with three white cabbage roses. Her veil of nylon tulle was in fingertip length and caught by a circlet of orange blossoms. Her bridal prayerbook had a marker of white orchids and stephanotis. Mrs. James Yuille of Moore Avenue, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Her gown was of kelly green taffeta in sttreet length with a full skirt. She wore a matching bandeau in her hair and carried a bouquet of Ameri­ can Beauty roses. Reinhold Schmidt of Brooklyn was best man, ushers being John Kelly of Brooklyn and Stephen Donnellan, of Massapequa, L. X., brother of the bridegroom. A re­ ception for 125 guests followed at the Pines BridgeLodge. Mrs. Donnellan, a graduate of the Mount Kisco High School and New York Foundling Hospital, was on the nursing staff of the North­ ern Westchester Hospital. Mr. Donnellan graduated from Brooklyn Tech and New York Community College. He is a com­ mercial artist with Keppner Ad­ vertising Company, in New York City. Following a Florida honeymoon, the couple will live at 47 Lincoln Avenue, East White Plains. Home Unit Christmas Party Scheduled Monday at MKES Miss Susan Lonsdale Wed In New York to Mr. Iglehart In St. James Protestant Episco­ pal Church in New York on Sat­ urday afternoon Miss Susan Lons­ dale, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Whittaker Lonsdale of Mc- Clain Street, became the bridge of Philip Corning Iglehart. He is the son of Philip L. B. Iglehart and Mrs. Corning Igehart, both of West bury, L. I. The rector, the Rev. Dr. Arthur Lee Kinsolving, performed the ceremony. He was assisted by the Rev. Dr. Terence J. Finlay, rec­ tor of St. Bartholomew's Episco pal Church. A reception was held in the Colony Club. Mr. Lonsdale gave his daugh ter in marriage. She wore a princess-style gown of old ivory satin, embellished with appliques at the neckline, and fashioned with short sleeves^ and a full skirt. Sbj| also wore an illusion veil attached to a wreath of orange blossoms and carried a bouquet of garden­ ias, stephanotis and lilies of the valley. Miss Natica Righter was maid of honor. The bridesmaids were the Misses Anita Iglehart, a sis­ ter of the bridegroom; Elizabeth Anne Asche, Linda Boyer, Alexan­ dra Creel, Edith Myles, Cynthia Ryan, Wendy McCrary, Elizabeth Warmer and Pamela Reid. All were attired alike in dresses of red brocade, and wreaths of ivy. Their bouquets were of carnations— flame-red and varying shakes of pink. The best man was John F. Right­ er. The ushers were Ensign John W. Lonsdale Jr., U.S.N.R., a broth­ er of the bride; David C Inglehart, a brother of the bridegroom; Ian Baldwin Jr., Walter L. Foulke, Charles C. Lockwood 2d, Swing S. Meyer, John I. Pierce, Edmund Q. Sylvester, Morgan D. Wheelock Jr. and Samuel H. Young. A debutante of last season, Mrs. Iglehart made her debut at a din ner given by her parents in the Plaza in advance of the Debutante Ball of the Junior League, at which she was also honored. She was a mamber.of the Junior As­ semblies. The bride was graduated from Miss Porter's School, Farm- ington, Conn., and attended Sarah Lawrence College. She is a granddaughter of Mrs. George W. Peterson of St. Paul, and the late Mr. Peterson, who was Attorney General of Minneso­ ta; the late Rev. H. L. Lonsdale, who was rector of St. George's Protestant Episcopal Church, As­ toria, Queens, and the late Mrs. Lonsdale, of New York. Mr. Iglehart was graduated from St. Paul's School, Concord, N.H., and attended Pennsylvania State University. His grandparents were the late D. Stewart Inlehart, who was president of the Grace Line and W.R. Grace & Co., and the late Mrs. Iglehart of Westbury; the late Parker Corning, who was a United States Representa­ tive, and the late Mrs. Corning of Albany. The bridegroom is a descend ant of Erastus Corning of Albany, also a United States Representa­ tive, who had been a State Sena­ tor and first president of the New York .Central Railroad.. The/ couple will live in Luther- ville, Md., after a wedding trip to the Bahamas Mr. and Mrs. Willis Anderson o: 62 Boltis Street, are looking for ward to the Christmas holidays when their two sons will be home from their respective colleges. Lt Bruce Anderson, a sophomore stu dent at Stanford University in California,, will fly from California on Dec. 18 and Bruce, a studen' at Trinity College in Hartford, Conn, will get home shortly after his brother. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Marshall of 32 Grove Street and their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Cowperthwaite of 60 Maple Avenue, spent the weekend in Round Top, N.Y. as guests of Mrs. Marshall's brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Ban­ croft, former Mount Kisco resi­ dents. LOTS OF APPROACHES NEW ROCHELLE—At least four vehicular approaches to the new junior high school on the contem­ plated Quaker Ridge site will be in use when the school' is ready 18 months hence, Kenneth B. Low, president of the Board of Educa­ tion said today. Low's statement was in answer to Wykagyl Park residents who have protested against the school on the basis that it was \inaccessible and land­ locked.\ Miss Karen Rilton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Rilton of East Hyatt Avenue,\ has been name (Turn to page 21, please) Kitchen Cabinets «• Formica Tops ALBERT E. SEVERINI MOUNT KISCO, N. Y. CARPENTER and BUILDER GENERAL CONTRACTOR MO 6-8(127 Need Cash For The Holidays? PIONEER FINANCE CO. 102 WESTCHESTER AVE. (Port Chester) 157 CENTRAL AVE., WHITE PLAIN*. • 17 SOI MOGER AVE., MT. KISCO.. _ 215 K|IN 5T„ OSSINING. Cyn Thundery *TU 8 PJM. WE 9-1331 WH 6-1331 MO 6-5125 _W11-5424 • Open Friday 'Til 8 P.M. over Pox & Sutherland' Stork Shower Given For Mrs. John Thorn Mrs. John G. Thorn of 356 Lex ington Avenue, Mount Kisco, was guest of honor at a surprise stork shower given last Friday .evening at the home of her siste, Mrs. Ro­ bert Scopelliti also of 356 Lexing ton Avenue. Guests included Mrs. Charles Qiardina, mother of the honored guest; Mrs. Catherine Thorn, moth- er-inlaw of the guest of honor; Miss Kay Thorn, Mrs. Anthony Grar- dina, Mrs. Charles Acquista, Mrs Joseph Scopelliti, Mrs. Robert Lip- sky, Mrs. Flavio Benini and Miss Vicki Benini, all of Mount Kisco Mrs. Thorn is the former Miss Rosalie Giardina, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Charles Giardina of Bed­ ford Road, Mount Kisco. \POCKET LADY at the an'- nual Christmas sale of the Sen­ ior Group held last Wednesday at the Mount Kisco Elks Club, as Mrs. Lillian MacDonald at right, as she allows Geoffrey Hodgson three, of Chappaqua to select his prize from her pock­ eted apron after paying his quar­ ter. His pal, Mikey Everett, five, is giving his package an exploratory pinch, striving to determine what as inside. Mrs. Fred Dreyer at left, has also been a shopper at one of the tables on which the handicraft and fancy work, which mem­ bers have worked on during the past year, were placed for sale. Photo by D.B. Kirchhoff. Mrs. Margaret Stoorza and Mrs Mary Caruso are two members of the Mount Kisco Home Demonstra­ tion Unit who will be in charge of the Christmas party which will be part of Monday night's meeting in the Mount Kisco Elementary School at 8 p.m. The work portion of the meeting will have to do with an exchange of ideas on Yuletide ..gifting, dec­ orative packaging and home dec­ orations and kindred preparations for the holidays. There are now 66 members en­ rolled according to Mrs. Herbert Harmon of Daly Cross Road, chair­ man of the Mount Kisco Unit and while everyone does not get out to every session, the meetings have been very well attended. Mrs. Harmon has announced that the Dec- 22 meeting previously scheduled on the care of the pre­ school child, has been canceled as it comes too dose to Christmas to be practical. The January 5 meeting will be given over to the study of dress patterns which are suitable for the various types of figures and the Jan. 12 meeting will emphasize fabric and colors as they suit the varying types of persons. Mrs. Ralph Reinhart will lead the Jan. 19 session of \Meat\ and Mrs. Evelyn Curtiss will discuss press­ ing equipment fit the Jan. 26 meet­ ing. Mrs. Harmon stresses that vis­ itors to one or all of the sessions are cordially welcomed and new members can join whenever they fell the urge. The classes, held us­ ually on Monday evenings, will continue to the end of May, when the annual installation of new of­ ficers and the plans for the new year's program are formulated. Dr. Freide Departs for Her Wedding Dr. Hildegard Friedtf of Mead- owbrook Lane, Mount ,\Kisco, left today by plane for Zurich, Switz­ erland, whei», she will oe married on Dec. 21 to Herman Gablinger of that city. Mr. and Mrs. Max Friede of Kew Gardens, L.I. will fly a little later in the month, to be present at their daughter's wedding which will be followed by a reception in the Hotel Gotthard in Zurich. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Liman of Pound Ridge, entertained Saturday night at a cocktail party and buf­ fet supper as a farewell to Dr. Frieze. Following a European hon­ eymoon, the couple will return to the United States and Dr. Friede will resume her practice. Miss Meichelbeck To Appear on TV Miss M a r 1 e n e Meichelbeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meichelbeck of Parkview Drive, Mount Kisco, will be a member of the United Nations Singers, who are appearing tonight over the NBC television network in \Date line U.N.\ at 8 p.m. This group of volunteer chorist­ ers recruited from the personnel of the staff, will be grouped around the Ceremonial Staircase in the U. N. Building and will have Miss Eleanor Stebelv of the Metropoli tan Opera Company as their guest soloist. It will be the last \live\ show of the series. Telephone Co. Honors Bollerman Benjamin Bollermann of Stan- wood, an insideman with the New York Telephone Company in the Mount Kisco area, was tendered a luncheon at Emily Shaw's in Pound Ridge, which marked 30 yeans service with the company. Mr. Bollermann came to the company on Nov. 26, 1928 as an installer, then advanced to repair­ man and finally an inside man and on Nov. 26, 1958 he was ten­ dered his dinner and presented with a tie chain to commemorate the occasion. Present at the luncheon were Mrs. Bollerman and the following members of NYT personnel: Frank pinchbeck, disk plant supt. of northern district; central office Foreman Chester Dexheimer and F. E. Candrea, central office su­ pervisor. RE-ELECT PRESIDENT NEW ROCHELLE - Edward H. Cohen was re-elected president and Arthur C. Acken was elected vice president of the Forest Heights Assn. at its annual dinner meeting Dec. 3 at the Larch- mont Shore Club. by YARDLEY refreshing TOILET WATER and delicately scented DUSTING POWDER in gay gift box $/|^ .00 'plus tan Just one of the many \Bond Street\ gifts prettily packaged, ready to give Ytrdley product* for America^«ra created In England tnd finlaned la ths U.SA. from tha original English formulae, containing Imported and domeitlo Ingredients. $ MT KISCO PHARMACY V -«/0TH:-'M6/;f-?; ••;_;.:SlMS.,&-.YE*L,LIN. INC '•»* K|C > • '• I GOOD HEALTH TO ALL FROM REXALL 2 FREE Photograph of | your child | with Santa Claus | 3 You are invited to visit either the White Plains or Mt. Kisco Office of Empire State Savings—have a poloroid \one minute\ photo of your child with Santa FREE. * Santa Claus will be at both offices from Dec. 10 through Dec. 24 (weekdays) 10 A.M. to Noon and 1 P.M. - 3 P.M. IRE , S JATF AND F E D E R A SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIATION g 18a East Post Rd. | White Plaint $ Open Thursday Eves. 6-8 P.M. W WH 6-1000 23 South Moger Avenue Mt. Kisco Open Friday Eves. 4 -7:30 P.M. % MO &-89I6 i an

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