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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, December 11, 1958, Image 7

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North Westchester TW Mt. Kisco, N. Y. t Dec. H, 1958 Junior League Holiday Ball Expects 200 Dancing Couples AbOUt 20ft • - -- - - About 200 couples are expected to attend the Holiday Ball of the Mount Kisco Junior League, slated for Dec. 20 at the Mount Kisco Country Club. The annual fete is for the Junior League's Commu­ nity Trust Fund, which in past years has benefited the Northern Westchester Hospital, Family Ser­ vice of Westchester, Chappaqua Specid Services Classes for Re­ tarded Children, Mount Kisco Senior Citizens, the Junior League School Arts program, and the An- naual Exhibition of Artists of northern Westchester. Mrs. Werner A. Gubelin of Chappaqua is chairman of the ball. She is assited by the follow­ ing committee members from Chappaqua: Mrs. Barclay Shaw, Mrs. Howard F. Bertkau, Miss Lois Anne Burrows, Mrs. Frank H. Low, Mrs. Charles H. Edmon- ston, Mrs. Robert Mockler. Mrs. Lant C. Abernathy, Mrs. Arthur DANIEL V. FLYNN & SON, Inc. Goneral Insurance 25 E. Main St. MT. KISCO MO 6-7700 CE 2-5S44 Wffliapi V. Mountrey and Mrs Cabell. Also assisting are Mrs. Ben­ jamin Price of Pleasantville, Mrs. James G. Murray, Mrs. Philip A. Litchfield and Mrs. Thomas R. Ryan, all of Bedford, amd Mrs. John B. Macreery of Granite Springs. Mrs. Donald V. Butternheim of Mount Kisco is president of the Junior League. StephenDolan Baptized Here The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dolan of Rutland Street, Mount Kisco, was baptized in St. Francis of Assisi Church Sunday. The Rev. Thomas P. Cahill per­ formed the 1:15 p.m. ceremony. The baby, the Tirst son, was named Stephen Brian Dolan, and had Mr. and Mrs. Francis Flem­ ing of La Jolla, Calif., as godpar­ ents by proxy. The baby, born in in the Northern Westchester Hos­ pital on Nov. 17 has four sisters, Carol, Diane, Barbara and Nan­ cy. Mr. and Mrs. Fleming are aunt and uncle to the baby. PRESBYTERIAN SERMON Dr. Benjamin F. Farber, interim pastor of the Pleasantville Presby­ terian Church, will preach at both the 9:30 and the 11 o'clock serv­ ices this Sunday, Dec. 14, on the subject \The Pre-Christmas Pro­ mise\. WHAT EVERY WOMAN KNOWS... THE MOST TREASURED NAME IN PERFUME IS CHANEL N°5 MOunt Kisco 6-4577 or 9154 MT. KISCO PHARMACY «-• s oi ITH..MC-;GE'R ::;•• >si M'S a YELUIN.-INC . y , : ; MT;KISCO,- N,YC& GOOD HEALTH TO ALL FROM REXALL Santa's Helpers Very Busy On Anderson Home Projects CHAPPAQUA— Santa has plenty of helpers this year at the Children's Aid Society Elisabeth Milbank Anderson Con valescent Home. With the exception of the todd­ lers, all 87 girls at the home spend about two hours a day in the \Santa Claus Workshop.\ Even some of the toddlers have been taking part. If they do not have creative ability, they at least have enthusiasm. The girls started warming up for the Christmas workshop with a Thanksgiving workshop. They Laura Weis Is Assigned 'Internship' Miss Laura A. Weis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Weis Jr. of 155 Seven Bridges Rd. and a freshman majoring in Interior De­ sign at Endicott Junior College, Beverlty. Mass., has begun her first internship under college sponsor­ ship in her chosen career. During the month of December, every Endicott student is placed by the college for four weeks' training in the profession of her choice. This testing period ac­ quaints a student with the demands of her chosen career. After her return to college, conferences are arranged with the Guidance Dept. :o adjust her course of studies or :o strenghten her program accord­ ing to the needs realized during internship. The program enables the student to confirm the choice of her Hfe's work or to change her course after actual experience Miss Weis will return to Endicott on Jan. 6. made Thanksgiving decorations for the home and for their own homes. By the time the Thanksgiving holi­ day was over, the girls were really ready to roll. The program, planned to provide creative occupations for the girls, has exceeded all expectations, of ficials said. Already the workshop is filled with decorations of silver stars, blue and red candles cover ed with sequins, angles with star studdied wings and multi-colored paper chains. But the girls really have sur prised the directors at the home with their skill in creating gifts Old buttons have been made into beautiful earrings, donated cloth has been used to make slippers, dolls caps, aprons, pillow cases, and in one case a giant frog. The results of the girls' creative ability will provide gifts for their families and friends. Michael Lend, director of the home, said two volunteers helped in the workshop, but the girls did practically all of their own work. Ift he adults were depended on, it was usually for ideas, he said. Besides providing the home with Christmas decorations and many people with gifts, the girls are tak­ ing a big load off Santa's should­ ers, he added. GIRL SCOUT FILM Seventy-five Girl Scouts from five troops in Chappaqua attended a motion picture on Girl Scout or­ ganization, Monday afternoon at the First Congregational Church. Troop 222 was the host troop, and other troops attending were Troop 54, Troop 57, Troop 228 and Troop 242. Mrs. Leonard Taylor, neigh­ borhood chairman, showed the film which explained the patrol system, the court of honor and the club system. SANTA'S HELPERS are hard at work at the Children's Aid Society's Elisabeth Milbank An­ derson convalescent home in Chappaqua. Shown, left to right, are Ada Martinez, Dorothy Thompson, and Sonia Kowalc- zuk making Christmas gifts and decorations in the Santa Claus workshop at the home — Staff Photo by Al Carlino. LWV Plans To Hold Orientation Meeting An orientation meeting for new members of the New Castle League of Women Voters will be held next Tuesday, Dec. 9, at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Emanuel Adelman, 1286 Hardscrabble Rd., Chappaqua. Anyone interested in attending should call Mrs. Garth Montgom­ ery, League membership chair­ man, at CHappaqua 1-1632. Mrs. Montgomery has announced that old members who want a refresher course in League policies and procedures are also welcome. Mrs. Montgomery has also an­ nounced that Mrs. Giusseppe Cu- simano, Mhs. Charles Kumins and Mrs. Bertram Reibel have recent­ ly joined the New Castle League. ESTATE PLANNING TALK ' NEW ROCHELLE—Dr. Francis F. Bradshaw of New York, psyc­ hologist and management consul­ tant, gave a lecture on estate planning Saturday at the First Westchester National Bank for the benefit of some 200 account­ ants, lawyers, insurance men and bankers. Glee Club To Present Yule Concerts Miss Nina Orsenigo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Orsenigo of 16 Roaring Brook Rd. and a sen­ ior at Manhattanville College of the Sacred Heart, Purchase, is a member of the Manhattanville Col­ lege Glee Club which will present its annual Christmas concerts in the Kennedy Building on the cam pus on Sunday, Dec. 14 at «- p.m. and on Monday and Tuesday evenings, Dec. 15 and 16, at 7:45 p.m. The three concerts are being pre­ sented under the auspices of the Student Development Council, and proceeds of the benefit performan­ ces will be used for the construe tion of Manhattanville's chapel. The 150 singers in the Glee Club, representing 21 countries, will share honors during the concerts with the nationally known Pius X Choir, and with the Manhattan­ ville Orchestra conducted by Hein- rich Joachim of the Baltimore Symphony. Included in the program to be presented by the three units are many traditional Christmas carols as well as a selection of the works of modern composers and of Han­ del and Bach. Vocal and instru­ mental solos will be presented, and the Pius X Choir will sing selec­ tions from Bach's Christmas Can­ tata. Tickets for the concerts may be procured through Diana Day, trea­ surer of the Student Development Council, either by mail or by tele­ phone. C. S. Fletcher On National Committee C. Scott Fletcher of Deerfield Rd., Chappaqua, president of the Fund for Adult Education whose headquarters are in White Plains, is one of 12 advisors appointed to a national committee to study new educational media including tele­ vision and tape recordings. The appointments were announced by Dr. Lawrence G. Drthick, United States commissioner of education. Dr. Fletcher's field is the utiliza­ tion and adaptation of television, radio, motion pictures and related media for educational purposes. The committee was created by the National Defense Education Act, signed Sept. 2, which pro­ vides federal grants-in-aid to proj­ ects seeking to accelerate and im­ prove education by the use of mod­ ern communication techniques. The new committee must approve such projects before they can receive federal funds. About mfik Scdp?l®ivf parents attended ';^jy^ii^bi^,L Pack 57 * held;: last Friday, eVehMgrv^ at Robert E., Bell Sctiopj. 'Skitsl•''V in connection^ with. th>!; pi&ject -lor'.>, the month, f/Cblonial 1 America\. • were given oy the seven (Jen$; in X- the pack. Cubmaster William See* \ field conducted.the meeting $M < distributed the; awards for cub achievements. New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N; Y„ December .mJS^S^m * \ ^t ^fipj'\! 'Woman'sCluJj ,CUB SC0lJT MI ^ rtNtt ^.^^ LiuicheouHekl InChappaqua Thirty - two members of the Home and Garden Section of the Bedford Hills Woman's Club at­ tended a luncheon meeting at the home of Mrs. Henry R. Hofmann of Briarcliff Rd., Chappaqua on Tuesday of last week. Hostesses serving with Mrs. Hofmann were Mrs. George W. Sabiel, Mrs. Har­ old E. Pennington, Mrs. F.L. Du­ quette ,Mrs. Edward Rohmer an Mrs. John B. Dunlap. A program entitled \World of Ideas\ which included color slides, was presented through the cour­ tesy of the Celanese Corp. of America. Mrs. Victor Hagerstrom, chairman of the Home and Gar­ den Section, read the commen- tary. She was assisted by Hugo Gnam Jr., interior designer 6f Bedford Hiljs, who talked on \De Gustibus Non Est DJsputanoW', which translates as \About Taste You Cannot Quarrel\ and further translated «means, \You Are the Judge\. According to Mr. Gnam, every woman is a bom decorator but time, energy and money can be saved if professional advice guides final judgment Mrs. Fred benke of Pine Cliff Rd., Chappaqua won a dress length of celanese rayon material presented as a special prize. 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