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North WestdiBfcr Times, Mf. Kiseo, N. Y., Jan. 15, 195? Bedford Village News Miss Jessie Barker, daughter of Mr. aiid Mrs. Horace Barker of Catilitoe Road* Bedford, has re­ turned to her studies at Cornell University after spending the Christmas — New Year recess at home. Mrs. David Laidlaw, treasurer of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Matthew's Church reports that to date the proceeds of the Christ­ mas Fair sponsored by the auxi- liarv amounts to approximately 52 ,900, with money continuing to tackle in. Two hundred fifty dol­ lars has already been contributed to the building fund of the General Theological Seminary. Further al­ lotments will be made at the Spring meeting of the auxiliary Richard E. Hart and David Hopkins Jr. of this area, have been appointed assistant treasur­ ers of J. P. Morgan & Co. Inc., 23 Wall Street, New York, according to an announcement by Henry C. Alexander, chairman. THERE SE FLANAGAN Miss Flanagan, Robert Hodge Plan to Marry Mr. and Mrs. Francis T. Flan agan of 37 Upland Ave. announce the engagemet of their daughter, Miss Therese M. Flanagan, to Rob­ ert Hodge, son of Mr. and Mrs William N. Hodge of Yorktown Heights. Miss Flanagan, a graduate of St. John's High School, is a senior student at St. Mary's Hospital School of Nursing, Orange, N.J. Her husband was graduated from Yorktown Heights High School and as attending Westchester Commun­ ity College. He served two years in the U.S. Army and is employed by the McKee Electric Company in Mount Vernon. William J. Heron of Round Hill Road, Greenwich Conn., a Mount Kisco CPA, has been elected a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants. GAY HOLIDAY The home of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Haynes in Bedford was a gay place during the holidays with guests coming before Christ­ mas and staying through New Years. Their son Christopher, came home from ohn Brown Uni­ versity in Arkansas and brought a senior at the university, Richard Bowlin of California. Miss Mar­ tha, their daughter, a student nurse at the Presbyterian Hospi­ tal in New York was up for the holidays. Others who enjoyed the Haynes' hospitality were Mike Killian of New York, Miss Nancy Anderson of Long Meadow, Mass., and Dr. Rohsab Sassoni of Iran, who is in this country to take post graduate courses in pediatrics at the Bronx Hospital. Joseph Loveling is convalescing following surgery at the Northern Westchester Hospital. Installation of new officers, ap­ proval of a budget and a program for the coming year will be in­ cluded in a meeting of the Women's Federation of the Bed­ ford Presbyterian Church Tues­ day, Jan. 21 in the Church School Building. Mrs. John Cartmell, president will preside. Refresh­ ments will be served. Their fifth son, Michael Gerard Clarke, was born to Mr. and Mrs. H. Cartan Clarke of Wayzata, Minn., formerly of Bedford on Dec. 1. Little Mary-Jo Mooney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs- Edward Mooney of Cross River, was baptized in St. Mary's Church, Katonah on Jan. 4. The god-parents were Mr. and Mrs. William Crunick of Norwalk, Conn. The baby, Mr. and Mrs. Mooney's seventh child, was born in the Northern West­ chester Hospital on Dec. 12. Her four sisters are, Jeannine, Chris­ tine, Kelly and Kerry. Her brot­ hers are Kevin and Edward Jr. Mrs. Mooney is the former Miss Jeannine Shoenn of Tarrytown. Mr. Mooney is associated with Comp- ton Advertising Agency Inc. in New York. Live Below Yearnings, Mothers Told \A budget is an attempt to live below yearnings, not earnings,\ Mrs. Frances Wentworth of the County Trust Co. said last night at a meeting of the Methodist Mothers Club at Katonah. Mrs. Wentworth said that many women were good money mana gers and were lightening the hus band's load by doing so, Mrs Wentworth was speaking on \Worn en as Family Money Managers.' The program was sponsored by the Westchester County Committee of the New York State Bankers Assn. The association provides programs on banking and finan­ cial subjects for women's clubs in the county. Margaret Lynn Guy Baptized in Katonah Margaret Lynn Guy, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George William Guy of the Billingsley Trail, east of Goldens Bridge, re­ ceived the Sacrament of Holy Bap­ tism on Sunday, Jan. 4, in St. Luke's Church, Katonah. The Rev. Hugh Morton, B. D., rector, ad ministered-the Sacrament. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs WDliam Frederick Richardson 0: Bolton, Ontario, and Miss Sandra L. Davies of Larchmont. ACTION DEFERRED MOUNT VERNON — The board of directors of the YM-YWHA will hold further meetings on a proposal to open its Oakley Ave. building to selected activities on Friday nights, after the beginning of the Jewish Sabbath. At a meeting Tuesday, the board deferred action on the plan. Rabbis of six synago­ gues had urged the directors to withhold final consideration until consultations with them could be held. Leonard Haynes Jr., son of Dr. and Mrs. Haynes has arrived in Longview, Texas to attend Le- Tourneau Technical Institute. He will study aeronautics. The Association of Presbyterian Men sponsored the first coffee hour Sunday following the 11 a.m. service in the Bedford Presbyter­ ian Church. The event was held in the Church School Building. Similar hours will be held once a month on the first Sunday. John Land, John Fones, H.H. \Jones and Rainsford Cotten were in charge. , Miss Elizabeth -Williamson of Guard Hill Road was in led for a few days following a minor fall in her home, but-4s now- much improved. Miss Williamson ob­ served her ninety-eighth birthday in December. BISHOP FORMER RESIDENT MOUNT VERNON — A native and former resident of Mount Ver­ non has been named new bishop of the Missouri Diocese of the Episcopal Church. He is the Rev, Dr. George L. Cadigan, a top stu dent and star athlete at Moun Vernon (now Davis) High School in the 1920's. Rector of St. Paul's Church in Rochester for 10 years Dr. Cadigan will be ordained as bishop after Easter. CAN'T STAY RETIRED YONKERS—Arch Crawford, who retired a year ago from the pub­ lishing field, has returned to the business world in the position 0 media director of Albert Sidney Noble, New York City advertis­ ing agency handling accounts 0: agricultural chemicals manufac hirers. He retired a year ago as president of the Magazine Pub­ lishers Assn. INSTRUCTION DROPS PEEKSKILL—Construction here flropped by 33 per cent last year ft record 1957. In 1958, $1,549,787 worth- of building permits were -Issued, as compared with $2,313, 544 worth the previous year. Maj or reason for the difference was that the now-completed Beach Slopping Center filed plans for tor $1 ,442,000 worth of permits in THREE BEDFORD children Village. They are left to right, were among the many who took . , „ T . . ,. ^ ,, „ T . advantage of the thick ice dur- Wainwright, Teddy Warn­ ing the week-end and went skat- wright and Zina Glazebrook-Photo ing on Kinkel's Pond in Bedford bv D. B. Kirchhoff Cerebral Palsy Assn. Funds Go to Educational Services A meeting of the church school :eachers and interested parents of St. Matthew's Church, will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 21 in the Fellowship Room at 8:15 p.m Mrs. Charles H. Simmons will moderate a panel discussion of teachers and parents on some of the Christian attitudes which can be furthered by the home and church school working together. MISS WOOLSEY IS 84 Miss Alice Woolsey of the Bed­ ford—Armonk Road had a party on Saturday in honor of her eighty- fourth birthday. The event was arranged by 18 members of the sewing group of the Women's Fed­ eration of the Presbyterian Church. A gift of more than $2,000 which has been given to the Board of Cooperative Educational Services by the Westchester Cerebral Palsy Assn., Inc., will come before the board of BOCES for acceptance Jan. 21. The Westchester Cerebral Palsy Assn., which ceased to function January 1957, is surrendering its charter. The board of directors voted to turn over residual funds to BOCES for support of its classes for cerebral palsied children at the Ferris Avenue School. Dr. Bernard L. Bryan, BOCES director, said that if the money was accepted it would probably be used to purchase school equip­ ment. The Westchester Cerebral Palsy Assn. was organized in 1946 by a group of parents in the county to aid in the campaign for state legislation for the care, treatment and rehabilitation of the cerebral palsied. The first clinic in the county was opened in Bedford in January, 1947. Two years later a national or­ ganization was launched by an- olher group in the southern part of the county, and called the United The morning invocation will be given by Mrs. Kate Wasserscheid of Bedford when the Westchester County Federation of Women's Clubs holds its annual winter con­ ference at the Hotel Gramatan in Bronxville on Friday, Jan. 23. The program for this session, \The Nation We Make,\ highlights the second facet of the Federation theme for the year, \The World We Make.\ Officers will be elect­ ed and after the business meet­ ing two round tables will be held. A. Ross Jones, Bedford; Theo­ dore J. Koenig, Lewisboro; Charles O. Blaisdell, Pound Ridge; John A. Lombardi, North Castle, and Supervisor Earle L. Vail of North Castle are serving on the ticket committee for the Victory dinner of the Westchester Republican County Committee to be held on Thursday, Jan. 22 at the Hotel Commodore in New York. The Adult Education Committee of the St. Matthew's Church, un­ der the leadership of Mrs. William A. Paddock is sponsoring four lectures on gospels led by the rector, the Rev. John C. Harper and his assistant, the Rev. Jared Jackson. The classes will be held on Sunday, Jan. 18 and 25 and Feb. 1 and Feb. 8 at 4 p.m. in the Fel­ lowship Room. Anyone interested is invited; the only requirement is to do assigned reading for each of the four sessions. Mrs. Ned Ragonese of Bedford who has been a patient in the Northern Westchester Hospital will enter the Roosevelt Hospital in New York to undergo a heart operation. The Rev. John Cartmell, pastor of the Bedford Presbyterian Church and president of the Northern Westchester Protestant Pastor's Association pre­ sided when that group met Tues­ day, Jan. 6 at the Presbyterian Church in Mount Kisco with the pastor, the Rev. Lee Fairchild as host. The association was address­ ed by the Rev. , Dean Kelley, chairman of the New York East Conference of the Methodist Church's Commission on Social Concerns. He spoke on \Church and State Relationships/' Cerebral Palsy Assn. Inc. Accord­ ing to the Westchester assoication it became increasingly difficult to compete with nationally sponsored fund-raising campaigns. With a view toward unifying ef­ forts, the Westchester association agreed to join the United associa Uon in establishing a center for cerebral palsied in White Plains. According to the association, in 1956 it voted to advance $15,000 to the United Cerebral Palsy Assn. of Westchester County of property in White Plains to be developed into a center for clinic and school facilities. The property was ac­ quired, but never used as intend­ ed because of zoning restrictions. The Westchester Cerebral Ralsy, Assn. has voted to turn over to the united association its share of funds to be realized from the sale of the White Plains property. It stipulated the money was to be used to provide summer camp scholarships for cerebral palsied children attending the Ferris Ave­ nue School. BOCES, under the State Edu­ cation Department, has been con­ ducting classes for CP students since last September. William Breuninger Weds Gloria Betz In Hudson Mr. and Mrs. William Beck Breuninger are on a wedding trip through the South and will be \at home'* after Jan. 26. Mrs. Breuninger is the former Miss Gloria Katherine Betz of Bed­ ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Qren George Betz of Philmont, N.Y. Mr. Breuninger is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Breunin­ ger of West Lane, Pound Ridge. The couple was married on New Year's Day* at a 4 p.m. ceremony performed in Christ Church, Hud­ son, N. Y., by the Rev. Boardman H. Jones, pastor. Mrs. Howard F. LeBlanc was the soloist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attired in a Skin­ ner satin gown, fashioned with a Queen Anne neckline and long pointed sleeves. Her veil was at­ tached to a crown of orange blos­ soms, an heirloom belonging to the bridegroom's mother. She carried a cascade bouquet of lilies-of-the- valley, ivy and stephanotis. Miss Elaine Haas of New York City was maid of honor and the bride's sole attendant. She wore a street length gown of Winter green silk taffeta with accessories in old gold and carried gold pom pons. Carl W. Breuninger of Pound Ridge, orother of the bridegroom, acted as best man. Serving as ush­ ers were Ronald B. Breuninger of Pound Ridge, the bridegroom's brother, and John Betz, the bride's brother, who is stationed at Kees- ler Air Force Base in Mississippi. A reception for about 100 guests took place at Guilderland House at Jug End Barn in Great Bar- rington, Mass. The bride is a graduate of New Paltz State Teachers College and also studied drama at the Ameri­ can Academy of Dramatic Arts at Carnegie Hall. She is a fourth grade teacher at the Pound Ridge Elementary School. The bridegroom was graduated from the Fordham School of Phar­ macy and served with the U. S. Army for two years, part of which time he was stationed in Ger­ many. He is manager of the Pound Ridge Pharmacy. Miss Katte Fiancee of David Roak Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Katte of 150 East 73rd Street, New York, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Elizabeth Sandra Katte to David Bradford Roak. His parents are the Rev Dr. and Mrs. John Craig Roak of Philadelphia. The prospective bride, an alum­ na of the Chapin School and a sen­ ior at Smith College, was a debu­ tante here during the 1955-56 sea­ son. She was introduced at a din­ ner dance given by her parents and was a member of the Junior Assemblies. Miss Katte is a granddaughter of Mrs. Edwin G. Merrill of Bedford and the late Mr. Merrill and of the late Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B Katte of Irvington-on-Hudson, N.Y. Her fiance prepared at the Epis­ copal Academy in Philadelphia for Dartmouth College where he re­ ceived his degree in June. He is a candidate for a master's degree at the University of Pennsylvania. t!is father is rector of Gloria Dei (Old Swedes) Protestant Episcopal Church in Philadelphia. MRS. WILLIAM BREUNINGER Joan Roiigliaii Engaged to Peter Scala The engagement of Miss Joan Beatrice Roughan, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Charles'Roughan of Law­ rence Avenue, Bedford Hills, to Peter Ernest Scala, son of Mrs. Angelina Scala of 86 Maple Ave­ nue, Mount Kisco, and the late Nicholas Scala was announced Miss Roughan attended Fox Lane School and at present is em­ ployed in Mount Kisco at the first national stores. Mr. Scala attended Mount Kisco High School and is with Woodland Company of Chappaqua. A June wedding is planned. New Casfle-HVibune, Chappaqua, H. ^:^%y^»^%g »M -l Pound Ridge Activities • * Robert Wallhagen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Wallhagen of West Lane, Pound Ridge, has re­ sumed his studies at the Fox Lane School, where he is a junior. Rob­ ert is travelling to classes in a wheel chair, due to a double frac­ ture in his left leg received while skiing at Hogback, near Brattle- boro, Vt, on Dec. 30. Following his fall, Robert was confined to the Brattleboro Memorial Hospital and was able to be taken home on Jan. 2. He was on a skiing trip with Harmon Newell and Andrew Na­ than when the accident happened. Mrs. D. E. Davis of Pine Brook Road, Pound Ridge, left last Thursday for Lakeville, Conn., where he has resumed his studies at Hotchkiss School after spend­ ing the holiday recess with his par­ ents. Lee Thomson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thomson of Old Mill River Road, has resumed his stud­ ies at Kent (Conn.) School after spending the holiday recess at home. Mrs. Winston Sharpies of Trinity Pass, Pound Ridge, chairman of the duo piano groups connected with the Darien (Conn.) Commun­ ity Association, is planning to take part in two concerts to be given by the Tuesday group of which she is an active member. The first concert will be given on Feb. 4 in Greenwich, Conn., for the Green­ wich Women's Club. The second one is planned for Feb. 18 for the Stamford (Conn.) Women's Club. Sgt. and Mrs. Jack Thompson, and children, Susan and Robbie, of Columbia, S. C. were recent guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Wallhagen, West Lane, Pound Ridge. Mrs. Thomp­ son and Mrs. Wallhagen are cou­ sins. Photo Show Slated In North Castle APMONK— Adults and children are eligible to enter the North Castle Free Li­ brary's photography show to be conducted Feb. 2 to 14 at the li­ brary. Innovations in this year's show include the foEowing categories for adults: portraits, unusual sub­ jects, artistic compositions, land­ scapes and animals. Ribbons for first, second and third places will be awarded. Young people to sixteen will be included in the children's group. Shots will be based on artistic merit but will not be broken down'] int.. categories. 'Ribbons also will be awarded for three top shots plus three for honorable mention Photos may be any size but should be mounted on stiff card­ board. Entries may be left at the library during regular hours from Jaix. 29 to 31. The annual family faculty fun night, under the auspices of the Pound Ridge PTA, is being plan­ ned for Wednesday night, Feb. 11, at the school. Miss Ruth Costello is chairman of the program and proceeds will be used for the PTA scholarship. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Casano­ va and children, Paul, Judy, Susan and Larry, of Pheasant Road, Pound Ridge, are now residing in Westport, Conn. Mrs. Gustav Wallhagen of West Lane, Pound Ridge, was hostess at her home last Friday afternoon to Girl Scout leaders of Pound Ridge. Plans were discussed for the Girl Scout cookie sale and the Juliette Low Rally scheduled for March. Mrs. Wallhagen is neighbor­ hood chairman. Those present were Mrs. Alex Lucchini, cookie chairman; Mrs. Marshall Seifert, Juliette Low consultant, and the following leaders, Mrs. Robert Cal- lan, Mrs. William Sitka, Mrs. Ar­ thur Harrison, Mrs. Alexander Olotka, Mrs. Norma Leuck, Mrs. Berriam Halstead and Mrs. H. W. Rosborough. Claiborne Davis, son of Mr. and Card Party Benefits Synagogue Bldg. Fund A \building fund\ card, party will be held on Wednesday, even­ ing Jan. 21, -at the home *of Mrs. Jerome Jame, 132 Parkview Drive Mount Kisco. These parties are sponsored by members of the Sisterhood of the Jewish Community Center of Mount Kisco, proceeds of which are for the new synagogue to be built in the near future. Anyone interested in playing, contact Mrs. Emanuel Weinstein, chairman of card parties, at MO- unt Kisco 6-5519 Mrs. Raymond Carter of South Salem Road, Pound Ridge, is a member of the nominating com­ mittee of the 9th district of the Federated Garden Clubs of New York State Inc. Luncheon, elec­ tion of officers and a guest speak­ er will mark the Winter meeting of the district scheduled for Mon­ day, Jan. 19, at St. Peter's Epis­ copal Church, Port Chester. Miss Gretchen Mack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Mack of Upper Shad Road, Pound Ridge, will become the bride of Joseph John Artesi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sebastian J. Artesi of Brooklyn, on Saturday afternoon, Jan. 31. The ceremony will be performed in New York City at the Swedenbor- gian Church. Miss Nancy P. Malawista of Up­ per Shad Road, Pound Ridge, was recently elected House CouncilTep- resentative of King House, dormi­ tory at Pembroke College in Brown University, Providence, R. I. A graduate of the Fox Lane School, Miss Malawista is a mem­ ber of the freshman class and a candidate for the Bachelor of Arts degree. Bruce Seifert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Seifert of South Bedford Road, Pound Ridge, en­ tertained ten of his friends recent­ ly in celebration of his eleventh birthday. A hamburger roast, ice cream and a birthday cake were included on the menu. Games were played during the afternoon. Jay Stahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Stahl of Old Church Lane, Pound Ridge, left on Satur­ day for Deerfield, Mass., to resume his studies at the Deerfield Acade­ my, where he is in his second year. Mrs. Robert Callan of Westches­ ter Avenue and Mrs. Raymond Carter of South Salem Road, Pound Ridge, are attending a three day series of lectures and work­ shops of the National Council Flower Show Judges which opened on Tuesday in New York City at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The adult dancing class, spon­ sored by the Pound Ridge PTA and under the direction of Jerry Richards of New York, will start tomorrow from 8:«30 to 10 p.m. at the Pound Ridge School. Proceeds are for the PTA's annual scholar­ ship fund. Dr. Joseph Hirsch of Upper Shad Road, Pound Ridge, was guest speaker last night at the monthly meeting of the Women's Guild of the Pound Ridge Community Church heM in Conant Hall. Dr. Hirsh spoke on \The Dimension and \Dynamics of Alcoholism\. Miss Daisy. Sharpies, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Winston S, Sharpies of Trinity Pass Road, Pound Ridge, is teaching part time in the Windward School, White Plains, during her non-resident term from Bennington (Vt.) College. Miss Sharpies is president of the Senior Class and also president of the Student Body. Her brother, Mi­ chael, has resumed his freshman studies at Harvard College after spending his holiday recess at home. DON'T MISS THIS ONE!! Starts Coats. Suits. Dresses. Slacks. Blouses and Sports Clothes In Women's and Misses Sizes 1 ALL SALES FINAL THE OLD COLONY SHOP 55 KING STREET CHAPPAQUA 1-0791 ALSO Substantial Savings on Quality Apparel Teens - Girls - Toddlers Big and Little Boys - Infants Coats, Dresses, Snowsuits, Winter Jackets, Etc. >1 SJt.

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