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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, June 04, 1959, Image 18

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NORTH WESTCHESTER'S SINESS ECTORY Here 9 s The Way thousands of North Westchesteries will save time and money by patronizing these area merchants. You will find here a complete lists of services off red. Your local busU nessman is your best friend. Use this directory for all your needs. Art Supplies for noviw and professional Toy* —» Books — Stationery Records — Cameras I* FOX & SUTHERLAND 15 South Moger Avenue TeL MOunt Klsco 6-8088 Auto Parts Mt. Kisco Auto Parts Inc. Wholesale Supplies & Equipment 96-98 Lexington Mount Kisco Tel. MO 6-4112 & 6-8345 Dairy No Bedford Kd Tel. Mt. KISCO 6-6034 Druggists Call 0. W. BODELSEH For rreaciiptioiu fbone ftlonnt Kisco 6-9 ITS t£ast Mam St. Bakery - ^THE§FRH^:;^|^ i \ bMsH ':liKfeR^# Hpmq-Bakjyl/Cafte^^ •!'S<K : -Moger ^Ay Beverages Mount Kisco Bottling Company, Inc. Tel. MO 6-4700 Kisco Beverages • BALLANT1NE DISTRIBUTORS Bicycles REPAIRED Bought — Sold NEW and USED LEE'S 31 9. Moger Ave. Mt. Kisco (.Between supennaikels* 6-5 549 Schwinn Columbia Rudge New & Used—All Sizes Repairs on All Makes KEYS MADE MARINELLI'S 209 E. Main St.. MO Kisco 6-8231 Books lor Complete Selection ml the Latest BOOKS— Stop in and See Ur FOX & SUTHERLAND 15 SO, MOGER AVE. MOunt Kiico 6-8088 Builders—Contractors O'Brien & Einkel, Inc. S3 Maple Ave. Mount Klsco Tel. 6-9171 Call MOunt Kisco for Alterations ot all kinds • CAKPKNTKY • ROOFING e CABINETS Reynolds & Cufchins 105 Maple Ave. Klsco \Cameras & Supplies far Hie Camera Fan! Books — Records — Gifts FOX & SUTHERLAND 15 South Moger A venae TeL MOunt Kisco 6-8088 PRESCRIPTIONS ACCURATELY COMPOUNDEI Prompt Service MT. KISCO PHARMACY 17 South Moger A^e. VIOunt Kisco rf-4577 - 6-9154 Electrical BRICCETTTS I MT. KISCO APPLIANCE CENTE»| » SALES & SERVICE | ON ALL APPLIANCES | NEW & USED RENTALS | WIRING INSTALLATIONS ELECTRICAL REPAIRS ELECTRICAL FIXTURES 113 E. Main St. MO 6 44531 flip\\\ Florists DAYBROOK FLORIST House Plants Funerals Flowers By Wire 31 E. Main St. Tel. MOunt Kisco. 0-8686 ...to ft>»»yx>o love at boost ... to your hsstees ... to shvt -lns ). . . to friends |. .. to yovr chores) See oar complete selecftM of corsages, centerpieces, fresh cut flowers, fail blocmtng plants. FLOWERS* BY-WItf Anywhere. Yew Satisfaction Oi ...the perfect way is to Say if with FLOWERS WEST MAIN STREET GREEN1IOUSES, INC. 822 East Main Street MOunt Kisco 6-4457 Funeral Directors Clark Associates Inc. KATONAH, N.Y. Complete Funeral Services Phone CEn'tral 2-3033 Phone CEntral 2-4533 Funeral Directors Telephone MO 6-4840 288 EAST MAIN ST. MOUMT KISCO, N. V. 0ELKER& COX Air Conditioned |> Funeral Home 262 East Main St. MOunt Kisco 6-5191 serving Chis Area Over 20 Years Furniture J. H. CRANE & SON Furniture Floor Covering MOUNT KISCO. N. Y. TeL MOunt Klsco 6-5578 Hardware Easy to apply. Pleasant to * use because there 's «o painty. ^ odor. The porcelain-lake film ^ of Pratt & Lambert Vitralite *•* Enamel keeps its color and luster even after repeated » washings. Use Eggshell or Gloss in any of a vide Variety of colors. KISCO PAINT & HARDWARE 35 So. Moger Ave. MO 6-8292 Distributor* PRATT & LAMBERT PAINTS Insurance SCHAEFER - TICKNOR AGENCY 37 W. MAIN ST. Mount Klsco, N. Y. MOunt Klsco 6-5774, 6-6410 THE AGENCY OF SERVICE ice Cream FOR THE FINEST ICECREAM THIS SIDE OF HEAVEN. IT'S THE GOODY SHOP 190 E. Main Street MOunt Kisco 6-9068—6-8074 Our Specialty! Ice Cream Cakes for Parties Jeweler Moving «& Storage G. MARSHALL Van & Storage Co., Inc. —Local & Long Distance— Packing • Crating e Shipping Agent United Van Lines,, 'inc. Tels: Mt Kisco 6-5388 ROgers 9-0180 Oil Heat Eft OIL GAS APPLIANCES AUTOMATIC GAS RANGES • AUTOMATIC HOT WATER HEATERS ©OIL AND GAS HEATING SYSTEMS' Radio — Television May Gar Deaths Drop to 3 from 12 in May 1958 Three automobile deaths in Westchester in May compared with 4 in April and with 12 in May 1958. Last month's was the smallest toll for May since 1955. The reduction cut May's aver­ age toll from 6.72 fatalities in 25 years of detailed motor vehicle death statistics td 6.5 in 26 years. Last year in June there was 7 motor vehicle deaths in West­ chester streets and highways. 18 New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y„ June 4;. 1959 HillNotes (Continued From Page. 2) tioned there with the U.S. Army, The Cfolvilie-family expect to visit Bedford Hills relatives until living quarters can be secur^i at Fort Monmouth, N.J. where the captain will be stationed. Miss Adah Rogers of Harrison, N.Y. has been a guest for the past week of Mr. and Mrs. Stan- Katonah News Items (Continued From Page 2) Mrs. Deil, visited at the Diel home in Katonah. SALES SERVICE MARINELLI'S 20V E. Main St. MO 6 -8231 Roofing — Siding Katqnah Roofing Co. Mrs. Orlando Carmarco of Ridge Street, Katonah, was guest of honor on Friday evening when several neighbors and friends gath­ ered at thte home of Mrs. Harold Muckler of High Street, Katonah, to surprise her with a stork show­ er. . Miss Susan Baur, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John I.H. Baur of Mount Holly Road, Katonah, re­ turns home this week for the sum­ mer recess from Vassar College. 37 Huntville Rd. Katonah, N. Y. Asphalt — Asbestos — Slate Roofing — Siding Flat Roofing • Metal Work • Repairs Est. 1926 Tel. CE 2-3084 Second Band Dealer WILLIAM ELMAN Scrap Metal and Iron New and Second Hand Structural Steel — Bags BEDFORD HILLS, N. Y. Tel. MOunt Klsco 6-4944 Sheetmetal John A* Marshall SHEET METALWORK AND ROOFING warm Air Heating—Air conditioning THATCHER'S—Coal. Gas and OU 100 Lexington Avenue MOunt Klsco 6-4296 Joseph P. Alaiono NORTH BEDFORD ROAD MOunt Kisco 6-6339 LENNOX WARM AIR HEATING AIR CONDITIONG AND GENERAL SHEETMETAL WORK Mr. and Mrs. . C.J. Pronay of The Terrace, Katonah .spent three days last week visiting in Atlantic City. Mrs. Pronay has been on vacation from her work at the Readers Digest. Miss Egle Benedusi of Amawalk returned to her home on Friday from the Northern Westchester Ho pital where she had undergone surgery. Mrs. Donald Haye» of Ka­ tonah has been replacing Miss Benedusi as secretary in the office of E.P. Barrett of Katonah Avenue di'ring her illness. Mrs. Theodore Swayne of The Terrace, Katonah, confined to her home with illness for over a week, has developed pneumonia. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ticknor of McQueen Street, Katonah, spent the Memorial Day weekend at their camp on Augur Lake which is up­ state near Plattsburg. Lynn Ferguson, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Hilton Ferguson Jr of Highalnd Avenue, Katonah cele­ brated her fifth birthday on Mem­ orial Day with an afternoon party at her home for 12 little friends-. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Seirup and family of Lake Katonah have re­ turned from vacation trip during which they visited Mr. and Mrs. Alex Morris and family who moved several months ago from Katonah to Ohio. Frank Abbey, Bradford Odell Sr. an Bradford Odell Jr. of Kat­ onah and Jame* McManus of Gold- ens Bridge returned home on Tues­ day from a long weekend of fishing at Shushan, N.Y. Mr. and Mrs. David Duncombe of Watertown, Conn, where Mr. Duncombe it. a member of the Taft School faculty, will visit in Katonah this weekend at the home of Mrs. Duncombe's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Hugh Morton of Sunrise Ave. On Tuesday the Duncombes will leave for Libby, Mont, where they have accepted a summer job with the forestry service at the Libby Ranger Station as lookouts in the fire tower. The job will keep them away for two months. Mr. and Mrs. Rober Boissey of South Salem announce the birth of a nine pound two ounce son born on Memorial Day at the Northern Westchester Hospital. The young man has been named Robert Wain- wright and joins other members of the family, Jimmy, Jan and Beth. Mr. Boissy is basketball coach at the John Jay High School. County Psychologist Given Study Grant on Alcoholics Stanley Joseph, correctional psy chologist at Westchester Peniten­ tiary, Valhalla, has been awarded an all-expense scholarship to the 1959 Yale University Summer School of Alcohol Studies, the Com- Stationery Painting A. BELL Painting & Decorating Contractors — Glazing 239 LEXINGTON AVENUE MOunt Kisco 6-6078 WHEN BETTER PAINTING IS NEEDED — CALL JOSEPH H. B0NDI Mmrlor DmcerMtlng Painting Contractor MOunt Kisco 6-6202 275 EAST MAIN ST. Printing THE PLAZA PRINTERS FRED A. SETAPEN, Prop. Depot Plaza MO 6-8888 Radio—Television O. J. ROY (Est 1909) PRACTICAL* WATCHMAKING JEWELER and CLOCKMAKER 5 South Moger Ave. At Leeds Tel. MOunt Kisco 6-5870 For Results Use The NORTH WESTCHESTER 'S\ BRICCETTI'S Sales & Service Rentals RCA — GE — PHILCO I ZENITH — EMERSON | M3 E. Main St. M0 6-6453 f DOYLE'S Safes , Service MAGNAVOX Television Stereo HI-FI—-Stereo Custom Installations WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCE STORE SERVICE All brands-TeJevlslon-Radlo-Phonos Main St. Moger Ave. Mt. Klsco Telephone 6»4783 •\STATi0UERY- ^SUPPLIES Gifts — Cards — Candles Cigars — Cigarettes FOX & SUTHERLAND 15 South Moger Avenue TeL MOunt Kisco 6-808S Sporting Goods GO PREPARED WITH THE BEST C. J. BA1JM CO. 837 East Main Street TeL MOunt Kisco 6-6S67 Soft Water CULLI6AN We oltei & complete line oi watei conditioning products and services; # Service Softeners •Home-ownec Models ©Salt ©Cui Soap •Iron. Taste and Odor Removal #Chlc~ rinators. Chemical Feeders • Com­ mercial and Industrial water con­ ditioning. CULLIGAN 21 Armonb linad (at the Crou Road) olonnt Klsco. N. *. TEL MOunt Klsco 6*8818 SOFT WATER SERVICE Wallpaper A. BEIX WALLPAPER (IN STOCK) • T. H. Stranan 0 Birqe • W H. s. Lloyd • Schumacher • Nancy Warren Paints—Glass—-M irrors 239 LEXINGTON AVENUE TeL MOunt Klsco 6-6073 : :5 BUSWESS DIRECTOR Y •'I Dinner Dance Marks Gains For Retarded The 10th anniversary dinner dance of the Westchester Chapter Assn. for the Help of Retarded Children, will be held at the Briar Hall Golf and Country Club in Bri- arcliff Manor on Saturday. \In the 10 years in which our organization has been in existence, we have established a well-round­ ed program for the retarded chil­ dren of Westchester,\ said Dr. Mark Feer of Scarsdale, chapter president. \We now provide a complete cradle-to-the-grave pro­ gram for these children, starting with a clinic at the Burke Founda­ tion \vhere they can be taken for a complete medical and mental ex­ amination, and continuing on through our school in Pelham Manor and various classes in the county, and Lnaliy in one of our sheltered workshops in White Plains or Yonkers. Thus these chil­ dren are provided for throughout their lives.\ Ten years ago a few parents of retarded children met in the li­ brary at Mount Vernon, and de­ cided that by banding together they could provide lor the training and education of their retarded youngsters. \Although many facilities are provided for the retarded, the pro­ gram still has a long way to go,\ continued Dr. Feer. \We still need a day care center in Westchester where mothers may bring their young children to be cared for while they are at work or performing other services. More nursery and school classes are needed in remote parts of the county where no educational facili­ ties exist. Additional sheltered workshops are necessary so that young adults can be trained near their home communities without raveling to more distant locali­ ties. 'Half-Way Houses' should be established to take care of young people coming out of institutions where they can be adjusted .to the community while they are finding jobs.\ mittee on Alcoholism of the Mental Health Assn. of Westchester an­ nounced today. The committee, among other services, maintains an information center at 29 Sterling Ave. and re­ fers problem drinkers and their re latives to Alcoholics Anonymous and other agencies. The cost of the scholarship will be shared by the committee and the National Coun cil on Alcoholism. The 17th annual session of the summer school will be conducted at New Haven, Conn., from June 28 to July 23 Joseph and other professional workers active in the prevention or treatment-\-©!'alcoholism will ex­ change experiences and will hear or participate in lectures and sem­ inars featuring' leading authorities in a field dealing with the nation's No. 3 health problem. The Westchester psychologist now conducts group psychotherapy in a rehabilitation program for al­ coholic inmates of the penitentiary. Formerly he was a ley R. Cooper of Babbitt Road, Bedford Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ruocco of Beechwood Drive, entertained Mr. arid Mrs. Anthony Tomiselli and fovr children, and Michael Mas- saud, all of Utica over the Memor­ ial Day weekend. Mr. Massaud is the father of Mrs. Ruocco and Mrs. Tomaselli her sister. Mrs. James Agugliara of Beech- wood Road, Bedford Hills, attend­ ed a bridal shower in Ossining Tuesday of last week held in hon­ or of her cousin, Miss June Mac- key who is to be married on June 28 in St. Ann's, Church, Ossining, to Carmen Fafciani. Mrs. Augug- liaro will serve as usher at their wedding. On Sunday, May 24, Dr. Irving A. Marsland Sr., was ordained a minister in the Methodist Church at the 111th annual meeting of the New York East Methodist Confer­ ence at New Haven, Conn. He is the father of the Rev. Irving A. Marsland Jr. former pastor of the Bedford Hills Methodist Church for nine years and now pastor of the Dobbs Ferry Methodist Church. The newly ordained minister re­ cently retired from his dental practice in Mamaroneck after 40 years and will devote his full- time as pastor of the Methodist Church in • Georgetown, Conn, where he has bee» a part-time minister for the past ten years. He assisted at the Bedford Hills Methodist Church during his son's illness several years ago and di­ rected the church choir in their Christmas music for that year. Mr. and Mrs. C. Frederick Dex- heimer of Webster Groves, Mo. notified this newspaper that the story of Dr. Marsland's ordina­ tion was carried on the front page of the May 25 issue of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch. Mrs. John Thomas, and Mrs. Lorenzo Corbin accompanied the sixth grades of Bedford Hills Ele­ mentary School to Croton Point on Monday and will be in charge of the kitchen for the five day stay. Mrs. Thomas has served as Mai- tre D' for some years and Mrs Corbin helped out during last encampment. Miss Hilda Carlsson and Thomas Pasquale, sixth grade teachers, accompanied the group as well as Anthony Carideo, fifth grade teacher. Mrs. George W. Sarles has taken over his class during the encampment. Miss Patricia Burke's third grade class at Bedford Hills Ele­ mentary School visited the Arnold Bakery in Port Chester on Tues­ day of last week and on the fol­ lowing day, Mrs. Mable Stokes visited the same bakery with her section of the third grade. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Diekman Sr. of Ridgewood, N.J. were guests on Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Diekmans and their three children visited relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hendrix of Darien, Conn. psychologist at the Psychiatric In­ stitute of the University of Mary­ land School of Medicine. A 1959 graduate of Syracuse University, where he majored in psychology, he did graduate work at the Uni­ versity of Missouri and is attend­ ing the Graduate School of Arts medical and Science, New York University. il Volunteers || Badly Needed The Volunteer Service Bureau of Westchester today issued an ap­ peal for volunteers, directed espe­ cially to students who will be on summer vacation, to assist in Westchester hospitals and rs search institutions. Applications will be received at bureau head quarters in the County Office Building daily from 3:30 a.m. to noon. Volunteers are needed for a re­ search center in Port Chester. Needed are students with knowl­ edge of chemistry and biology, but inexperienced personnel also are needed, the bureau said, to assist in-the library and in keeping files. Aides to assist in hospital clin­ ics are needed in White Plains and northern 'Westchester. Special help is sought for work with handi­ capped '(Mdreri. Swimming in­ structors are sought. 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