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North Waitehesfer Times, Mt. Ki$co, N. Y., Feb. 5, 1959 »• \* 1 * 1 • i ii Town Talk David H. Richards, son of Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Richards of 111 Pros­ pect Dr., is a member of the re­ porting staff and the photography board of \Beaverboard\, student newspaper published at the Ports­ mouth Priory School, Portsmouth, R.I. The entire newspaper is writ­ ten by the students, who print it themselves after a commercial printer sets the type. Chappaqua dancers appearing this Sunday afternoon in the pro­ gram to be presented by the West­ chester Ballet Co. at the County Center include Melissa Pillon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Pillon of Annandale Dr.; Geri Molfese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerard Molfese f Park Dd.; Janet Wallace, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wallace of Pond Hill Rd.; and Karen Lossing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lossing of of Hamilton Rd. Three ballets will be performed by the company. Mardi Gras Balls in New Orleans hunting in Mexco and business trips to Texas and Florida are all part of the busy current life of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Taylor of 188 Orchard Ridge Rd. The Taylors attened two balls as guests of Mayor de Lesseps Morrison of New Orleans, with whom Mr. Taylor served in Europe during World War II. The trip to Mexico follows their New Orleans stay, but Feb 1? will find them in Houston, Tex., attending the annual convention of Club Managers Assn. of America, of which they are prime sponsors. After the convention, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor will go to Miami, Fla., to visit the plant of the Krieger Manu­ facturing Co. of Hialeah, of which Mr. Taylor is president. Catholic University, Washington, D. C k Dr. Browne is a graduate of Horace Greeley High School, the University of Rochester, and Johns Hopkins University. Mrs. Louis P. Gratz of 63 Kipp St. left yesterday for a week's trip to Puerto Rico, where, as a member of the Regional Commit­ tee of the Girl Scouts of the USA, she will help to train adults in scouting. One of eight committee members making the trip, from New York and New Jersey, Mrs. Gratz will concentrate on working with the Board of Directors. Lt. Cmdr. Edward H. Marsh 2nd, USN, with his wife and three children, spent several days in Chappaqua last week visiting his parents, Coi. and Mrs. Marsh of Skywood Rd. Cmdr. Marsh is sta­ tioned at the Ceebee Base in Da- visville, R.I. , Jack Sinnott, a sophomore at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, Mass., has returned to college after a brief midyear vacation at home. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert J. Sinnott Jr. of 80 Deepwood Dr. A recent house guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. Douglas Davis of 84 Park Dr. has been Mrs. Davis' aunt, Miss Mabel Gorrell of St. Albans, Va. Dr. Robert M. Browne, of Ha­ waii, formerly of King St., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Browne of Pleasant- ville. Dr. Browne is director of the Convalescent Center of the Territorial Hospital in Honolulu, and is in the States to attend a convention of psychiatrists at The Conservation and Nature Study Group of the Chappaqua Garden Club will meet next Tues­ day- morning, Feb. 10, at 10 a.m at the home of Mrs. Earle Hen ley at 192 Bedford Rd. The pro­ gram will be a study of the na­ tive orchid. Many beautiful flow­ ers of the orchid family grow in this area, and it is the desire of conservationists that everyone should become acquainted with the rare orchids as well as the lady's-slipper. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Maulsby of Campfire Rd. left yesterday by plane for a month's vacation in Mexico. They plan to spend most of their time in Mexico City, Lake Patzcuara, and Manzanilla, and will return to Chappaqua Mar. 8. Barbara Lynn, seven-months- old daughter of Lt. Cmdr. Edward H. Marsh 2nd, USN, and Mrs. Marsh, was christened last Thurs­ day afternoon at the First Congre­ gational Church of Chappaqua, by the pastor, the Rev. Kenneth E Nye. The baby, who is the cou­ ple's third child, was born June 25 in Rhode Island. Her father, who is stat'oned at Davisville Cee­ bee Base there is the son of Col. and Mrs. Marsh of Skywood Rd. Mr. and Mrs. R. Stephen Har- wood of Woodbury, N. J. have an nounced the hirth of their third child, Stephen Clark, on Jan. 27 Their other children are Judith Ann and Carol Lee. Mrs. Harwood is the former Miss Diane Fennell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William G. Fennell of Pleasantville. Pater­ nal grandparents are Mr. and FOLK and CLASSIC GUITAR MOUNT KISCO SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND DANCE Proudly Announces the Appointment to its Faculty of ANATOLE MALUKOFF Distinguished Performer and Teacher of Classic and Folk Guitar. For Information and Free Bulletin Call MOUNT KISCO SCHOOL OF MUSIC AND DANCE 21 Smith Avenue, MOunt Kisco 6-3529 Miss Leitlmer I To Marry R. B. Wilson Mrs. and Mrs. George F. Leithner of 16 West PI., Hillholme. Chappaqua, have announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Linnae June Leithner, to Roger Bates Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Wilson of Wil- mette, 111. Miss Leithner is a graduate of Glenbard High School, Glen Ellyn, 111., and is now a senior at Deni- son University, Granville, Ohio, where she is majoring in art. Mr. Wilson is a graduate of Denison, and is now attending law school at Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio. No date has been set for the wedding. Joan Weiss Is Bride Of H. J. Knox Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Douglas Weiss of 760 King St., Chappaqua, have announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Joan Weiss, to H. Jay Knox, son of Mrs. Do­ rothy C. Knox of Hartsdale and of Harry J. Knox of Stamford, Conn. The ceremony took place in Bos­ ton on Wednesday, Jan. 28. Mrs. Knox was graduated from Horace Greeley High School, and has been attending Skidmore Col­ lege were she is majoring in business administratiQn. Mr- Knox graduated from Hotchkiss School, and is an honor student at Harvard University where he is a member, of Speakers Club. The couple will live at 1419 Com monwealth Ave., Boston, Mass. while they are continuing their studies- MISS LINNAE LEITHNER Junior League Gives Book on Art to HG The Junior Leagues of Mount Kisco, through its art chairman, Mrs. Robert McCall of 102 Seven Bridges Rd.. Chappaqua, has do­ nated to Horace Greeley High School a beautifully bound edition of \Three Hundred Years of Ameri can Painting\ by Alexander El liott, an art editor of Time, Inc. The book will be put on dis­ play by the Art Council, and then will be placed in the library where it will be available to all students and teachers. MBS. H. JAY KNOX New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., February 5, 1959 5 Lutheran Couples ~ Plans Saturday Supper The Couples Club of the Luther-\ an Church of the Resurrection,. Mount Kisco, will hold a covergdk dish supper Saturday at 7 p.m. Si\ the Church. Rev., and Mrs. James A. Graefe will be guests of honor. Mr. Graefe will preach his first sermon to the local congregation Sunday at 11 a.m. A program of slides showing congregational activities and views of the surrounding area has been planned. The committee in charge consists of the newly elected offi­ cers of the club. They are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Plaisted of Chap­ paqua, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Jones of Armonk and Mr. and Mrs. Gun- ther Holpp of Bedford Hills.' 7 From Chappaqua Listed In Women's 'Who's Who 9 Seven Chappaqua residents have been named to \Who's Who of American Women\ just off the press. They are among 274 West­ chester women in the first edition of the book published by Marquis- Who's Who, Inc. of Chicago, com­ pilers of biographical reference dictionaries for more than 60 years. The editors explained that \with women becoming increasingly ac­ tive in the affairs of the nation, we published this book as a ref­ erence list of women who are out­ standing as women\. Chappaqua residents listed are: Dorothy Lambert Brightbill, pat­ tern editor; Beth Day (Mrs. Don­ ald Day), writer; Signa Elaine Earle (Mrs. Earl L. Earle), home economist; Ann Maulsby (Mrs. Gerald F. Maulsby), writer, edi­ tor; Mrs. Arthur Lord Nash, civic worker; Betty Parsons Ragsdale, Mrs. Maurice T. Ragsdale, maga­ zine fiction editor; and Mrs. Thur- man C. Warren, club woman. Mrs. Brightbill, of 125 Hamilton Rd., is editor of the Arts and Crafts Dept. of \American Home magazine; Beth Day, of 12 Spring La., is the author of several books, as well as articles in the Read­ er's Digest; Mrs. Earle, of King St., is director of homemaking ed ucation and director of the food Mrs. Henry H. Harwood of Wild- wood La. Miss Linda Ostrom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lloyd; of 12 Prospect Dr., was the guest of Halsey Beemer at the Winter House Party held last week at Washington and Lee Univer­ sity, Lexington, Va. Miss Ostrom went to Virginia from Lasell Jun­ ior College, Auburndale, Mass., where she as a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. James R. Thom­ son of Quaker Rd. will entertain at dinner Saturday prior to the premiere concert of the Chappa­ qua Chamber Orchestra. Mrs. Thomson is chairman of the. Wom­ en's Committee and a member of the Board of Trustees ot the Chappaqua Orchestral Assn. Mrs. Albertina Rexroth Blacker of Old Farm Rd. was elected for the third consecutive year to the Board of Directors of the New York City Chapter of Dance Mas­ ters of America, at a convention held recently in New York. Warren Page of Campfire Rd. was host at dinner Saturday eve­ ning to about 20 friends of Ralph Young, big game hunter of Peters­ burg, Alaska, who was a house guest of the Pages last week. Mr. Young, who has either killed or been in on the kill of over 500 bears, has made four Alaskan hunts with Mr. Page. John Turner Curtiss, son of Mr, and Mrs. W. Marshall Curtiss of Dodge Farm is a member of the varsity hockey team at Williston Academy, Easthampton, Mass. He is a senior at the 118-year-old prep aratory school. S -J* MARCH OF DIMES Birthday Ball Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Meller, of Millwood Road, Mt. Kisco, second and third from right, attracted 200 guests and netted a goodly amount for the fund. At extreme right is Mrs. David Scoll and at left Mrs. Lowes and Donald Smiley all of Chappaqua, who assisted with arrangements.—Photo by D. B. Kirchhoff. department of \Seventeen\ mag­ azine; Mrs'. Maulsby, of Campfire Rd., has written for' leading mag­ azines, and now edits for a pub­ lishing house; Mrs. Ragsdale, of 785 King St., was until recently an editor for McCall's; Mrs. Nash, of Sheridan Rd., is on the board of directors of the national YWCA organization; and Mrs. Warren, o: Marshall La., is state regent o. the Daughters of the American Revolution. MRS. CHARLES E. WHEEL­ ER 2ND, the former Miss Karen Louise Ladd, whose marriage on Jan. 17 to 2nd Lt. Wheeler of the United States Air Force, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wheeler of Overlook Dr., Chap­ paqua, has been announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lam­ bert Nystol Ladd of Eureka* Kan. THE VILLAGE NURSERY SCHOOL 2nd SEMESTER REGISTRATION This Week (9 A.M. To 13 Noon) Lutheran Church of Our Redeemer King St. Chappaqua, N. Y. Tel. CH 1-0905 Dir. Mrs. M. Wagner BEdford 4-7274 World Day of Prayer Rite For All Chappaqua Women CANDIES its Appropriately Gift Wrapped ST. VALENTINE'S DAY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 14 PERFUMES • COLOGNES MANICURE SETS • SOAPS • SHAVING LOTIONS • ELECTRIC RAZORS * • LIGHTERS • CIGARS • TOBACCOS Valentines for Everyone FROM COMIC TO SWEETLY SENTIMENTAL CADMAN 'S PHARMACY KING STREET TZiSSSf CHopp«l»« 1-1000 The World Day of Prayer, ob­ served in Christian nations through­ out the world, will be observed in Chappaqua next Friday, Feb. 13, the first Friday in Lent, with a service for women of the Congre­ gational, Friends, Lutheran and Episcopal churches. The services will be held at the Episcopal Church of St. Mary the Virgin, on S. Greeley Ave., at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Frank E. Dresser, devo­ tional chairman of the Woman's Guild Auxiliary of the Episcopal Church, will be in charge of ar­ rangements. Representatives from each church will participate in the service; Mrs. Earle Henley of the Episcopal Church will read the call to worship; Mrs. Parmelee Cu- sack from the Lutheran Church POST-INVENTORY DOLLAR DAYS THURS. FRI. will read the act of penitence; Mrs. Ralph Sutton, of the Society of Friends, will read the act of assurance; Miss Alice Sutton of the Friends will conduct the act of thanksgiving; Mrs. Kenneth Mosslander from the First Con­ gregational Church will read the intercession; and Mrs. Henley will read the consecration. Mrs. Geraldine Farley wil be the organist. The service, which is the same all over the world, comes from a different country each year. This year it comes from the Christian women of Egypt, and it marks the 73rd observance of the World Day of Prayer. It will be celebrat­ ed in 144 countries. The offering will be used for interdenominational mission work through the Divisions of Home and NEW MEMBERS of the Epis­ copal Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Chappaqua, are honored with a coffee hour on Tuesday of this week at the parish house. Mrs. Hugh Johnson, president of the Woman's Guild Auxiliary pours tea for the guests. Stand­ ing, left to right are: Mrs. Reg­ inald G. Stewart, wife of Father Stewart, minister of the church; new members Mrs. Alfred Al- drich, Mrs. Alfred Vitt, and Mrs. Robert Schulz; and Mrs. Barry Deickler, member of the Woman's Guild Auxiliary — Staff Photo. Foreign Missions. The Division of Home Missions Jicludes work among migrant agricultural work­ ers, Indian Americans, etc. For­ eign missions *do such work as rehabilitation and village improve­ ment, providing literature for stu­ dents, women and children, Chris­ tian broadcasting, etc. All women in Chappaqua are in­ vited to the service. SAT. FINAL CLEARANCE Drastic Reductions of Winter Merchandise All Sales Final THE OLD COLONY SHOP 55-57 KINO J5T. CHappaqua 1-0791 © O O You ace invited to attend the opening of the FIRST shop in Westchester & Putnam counties devoted to the sale of new and out-of-print books. 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Saturday, February 7, 1959 CHappaqua, N. Y. The Red Barn 142 Kins St. Tel.: CH 1-0771 Specialists, in unusual and hard-to-find books, decorative •maps/prints and curios. Also Lending Library and expert Booh Search Service Woman never forget men who remember! ^ Valentine Bouquets The •fragrance of fresh cut flowers express better than words the love you bear her! We've everything to delight mom, sis, sweetheart or wife in exquisite nosegays, lavish bouquets, delightful plants. F. T. D. TELEGRAPH SERVIGE CORSAGES . . . that are different I^J,,^ . ^ ... remember your friends and rel- l*ttrvQ*£S TRADEMARK atives out of town or abroad with a Jovely'plant or flower. WILLIAM W FLORIST 71-75 So. GREELEY CHappaqua 1-0211 That is as far as you need to go when you pay your bills BY CHECK! Chappaqua NATIONAL BANK Open Monday thru Friday 8-2; Friday Evening 6-7:80 North Castle Office Main Office Mt. Kisco Rd. S. Greeley Ave., ' ARmonlc Village 3-3081 CHappaqua 1-1500 The

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