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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, June 04, 1959, Image 3

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North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., June 4, 1959 Bedford Village News Six bfcbies, including two sets of twins, will be baptized in the Bed­ ford Presbyterian Church on Sun­ day, June 14 during the annual Children's Day program. They are, Christopher Landt, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Landt of Sarles Street; Barbara Ellen Manley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Manley Jr. of Farms Road; Catherine L. and Philip E. Speidel, twin child­ ren of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Speidel of Bedford Village and the twin daughters, Julia K. and Mar­ garet W. Barnes, children of Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Barnes of Bedford Village. Rummage Food Sale The semi-annual rummage and food sale sponsored by the Bed­ ford Presbyterian Church School Teachers will be held in the Church basement on Saturday, June 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mrs. Victor Finch and Mrs. Joseph Fancher are co-chairmen. Clothing toys, books, dishes, furniture, etc will be on sale. Those wishing to contribute may leave their articles at the Church basement any day. A table of cakes, pies breads and rolls will be an added feature. A son, Marshall Fabyan Read was bom to Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Read of the Narrows Road in Northern Westchester Hospital on May 16. The new arrival has a sister Peggy and a brother Peter Read Jr. Mrs. Read is the former Miss Prudence Brewer of Rye. Names of seven county students who plaoe r1 first, second and third in the Westchester Year of History essay contest were an­ nounced recently by Otto E. Koegel county chairman. Selected by a panel of Westchester teachers winners from among 220 County students submitting essays includ­ ed. Senior high school level, Bar­ bara Siggia of Windmill Farms, student at Pleasantville High School «/hc won the first gold medal for her essay \The History of Middle Patent.\ Mrs. Philip H. Milner and Mrs. A.P. Statter of Bedford are serv­ ing on a committee of members of the Northern Westchester Com­ mittee .or the Adoption Ser vice of Westchester which will be hostess at the annual lunch eon given for the boarding home mothers Thursday. June 11 at 11 a.m. The event will be combined with a staff meeting and will take place at the agency headquarters, 17 Longview Avenue, White Plains. people of the United States are* in­ terested in their welfare. The in­ corporators include Willard S Simpkins of Bedford, and George E. Moesel of Scarsdale. Col. Allen M. Pope has com' posed the words and music to a hymn which the children in the kindergarten, first, second and third grades of St. Matthew's Church School have learned 1 and are using as a prayer hymn at their special service. The annual field day exercises will be held at the Bedford School on Friday, June 12. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Darl­ ington of South Bedford Road will entertain guests at a cocktail pai> ty Saturday before the annual din­ ner dance of the Town of BetJ- ford Democratic Club at the Mount Kisco Elks Club. The dinner will honor John J. Mooney of Bed­ ford, former Democratic Town Chairmangjfor 12 years. Among area residents serving on a com mittee arranging the event are Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hart, Mrs. Mott B. Schmidt, Mrs. Montgom­ ery Bradley, Mrt. Martha Coburn and Mrs. Darlington. Albert Mar- chigiani is the present town chair­ man. Howard F. Bowles Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard F. Bowles, Rt. 2, has been awarcted a junior varsity baseball letter at Wesleyan University, Middle town, Conn. A graduate of the Fox Lane High School, he was also a member of the football and baseball teams. Seventy-three were present at a luncheon in the Bedford Presby­ terian Church on Thursday, spon­ sored by the Women's Federation. Dr. William Wiseman, pastor of the Presbyterian Church in White Plains was the speaker. Plans are being made for the final meeting of the season of the Federation ..to be held on \Wednesday June 24, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bingham of McClain Street. A special musical program will be presented at 2 p.m. The Middle Patent Garden Club will meet on Wednesday, June 10 In the home of Mrs. Sidney Bag- shaw, Miller's Mill Road. Bedford, at 1:30 p.m. Each member will bring a plant exchange, and Miss Marion Gans will speak on organ­ ic gardening. Refreshments will be served. A son, Jonathan Shaw Meres, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Nor­ man Meres of the Bedford-Armonk Road on May 18 in the Northern Westchester Hospital. The Meres are also parents of twin sons, Nor­ man Jr. and Gair. Mrs. Meres is the former Miss Shirley Wiltse of Mount Kisco. Miss Mildred Hubbe. who is an elder in the Bedford Presbyterian Church will be representative to the Synod of New York at its meeting at Hamilton College June 16-18. Three new trustees were named recently to the board of the Bed- for&Rippowam School including Mrs. E. Ware Cady, Archibald Graustein and Gilbert H. Clee. GETS HARVARD SCHOLARSHIP Fifty undergraduates at Har­ vard College have been honored for their high scholastic achieve­ ment for the academic year. Tho students maintained a Group 1 standing, eight A's c seven A's and one B, for the entire year. On the basis of these grades they have been awarded John Harvard honorary scholarships. Included in the winners is John A. Bross Jr., Suttons Corners, Bedford. Mr Bross a member of the class of 1961 prepared for Harvard at Gro- ton School. Groton, Mass. Jr. League Show Sets Records The Seventh Annual Exhibition of Artists of Northern Westchester which closed June 3 at the Boys' Club in Mour.t Kisco set records over previous years for entries, public attendance and sales of paintings, according to Mrs. Rob­ ert McCall of Chappaqua, chair man. Of the 264 entries, 113 pieces were selected by judges Kurt Roesch, Lewis Iselin and Willard Simpkins for showing. Over one thousand dollars' worth of paint­ ings have been purchased by per­ sons who came to see the exhibi­ tion -sponsored by the Jtuiior League of ftfount Kisco.- * A feature of this year's show was a popular ballot to determine the public's choice versus the judges. By an overwhelming vote Lawrence Beall Smith's '\'Small World\ was voted popular choice with Peter Chinni's bronze sculp­ ture, \Flight\, as second choice. Mr. Smith's oil portrait of a boy is done in a realistic style. He is a resident of Cross River. Mr. Chmni lives in Mount Kisco. The show's judges awarded Richard Gorman Powers first prize for his Monhegan.\ Pennerton West's \Seed of a Torrent\ also an ab­ stract took second prize with Jay Robinson's non - objective \Tur­ quoise With Red\ as third prize award and Jeanne Warneck's wa­ ter color, \The Return\ selected for the Katonah Gallery Prize. Popular balloting gave third place to Dean Ratke for his oil \Still Life With Fruit.\ Mr. Ratke, of North White Plains, is a twen­ ty year-old art student. Joseph Weiss, Chappaqua architect, plac­ ed fourth in the public mind with h'.s first painting, \Country Cir New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., Jurrs 4; 1959 \ 3 Pound Ridge Activities The Rev. Dr, newly appointed/ pastor of the Pound Ridge, Oommunicty Church, will preach his first sermon to the congregation on Sunday at the 11 a.m. service. Dr. Queen, Mrs. Queen and their three children, Christopher, fourteen, Bethany Grace, ten, and Jeffery, who is almost five, are planning to move into the parsonage on Saturday. Merritt Queen, present, which numbered about 60 and included the Pound Ridge Fire Commissioners, Arthur May, chairman, George Bolland, Ed­ ward Lasus and Fred Hofmann Sr. WAIFS in foreign countries will benefit when these paintings go on the auction block June 6. Westchester artists and residents are invited to contribute pictures for the auction which will be in the garden of the Stanley Dor- man home in Scarsdale, 2 Sher- brooke RD. Paintings will be on view from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., with the auction starting at 2 p.m. Mrs. Seth Tobias of Bedford Vil- Two Westchester residents are among the founders of Christmas Gifts for the World Inc., a non­ profit organization chartered to send Christmas gifts to millions of individuals abroad. U. S. citizens will be urged to send gifts, either directly or through existing agen­ cies, to make recipients feel that cus. lage, left, and Mrs. Dorman, right, are in charge of the event. Among the artists who are donat­ ing paintings are Mrs. Estelle Schultz of Scarsdale, second from left, and Mrs. Lynne Flexner of Harrison, seated. Waif Adoption International Fund helps expedite inter-country adoptions from lands where children cannot be provided such homes—Staff Photo by Warren Inglese Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Herbert of Route 124, Pound Ridge, have named their fifst son Michael Hodges Herbert. The infant was born on May 23 at the Northern Westchester Hospital, where he weighed in at six pounds ten ounces. He has two sisters, Rob­ in, five, and Laurie, three. Mrs Herbert is the former Miss April Hodges, daughter of Prof, and Mrs. Charles Hodges of New York City, who welcomed their third grandchild. Mr. Herbert is the son of Frank M. Herbert of Mount Kis­ co, who now has 19 grandchil­ dren. Miss Jean M. Bouton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H.'Bou­ ton of Pound Ridge-Bedford Road, Pound Ridge, will be graduated from Bouve-Boston School, Med- ford, Mass. on Saturday with a professional diploma in physical education. Through the affilication of Bouve and Tufts University, she will receive a Bachelor of Science degree from Tufts on Sunday. This year Miss Bouton has been pres­ ident of the Athletic Association and secretary of the Tufts Band. Dr. S. Fred Seymour of Syra­ cuse, son of Mrs. Marjorie S. Sey­ mour of Scotts Corners, will be associate professor of sociology and anthropology at the Ameri­ can University in Washington, D. C. starting with the fall term. Richard Lillis, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Lillis of Old Pound Road, Pound Ridge, received a varsity letter for baseball at the Athletic Awards Dinner held re­ cently at St. Mary of the Plains College, Dodge City, Kans. He is a graduate of the Archbishop Step- inac High School in White Plains, where he was active in sports. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Couter- mash of Highview and Tuesdale Woods Roads, Pound Ridge, will be hosts on Saturday at a picnic supper party in celebration of their wedding anniversary and the birthday of their daughter. Miss Dolly Coutermash. The Couter- mashes were married 20 years ago _ j , today. Miss Coutermash, whose of Norwalk Conn, and plans Entire Community Gather^ To Say* Farewell to Pastor The best friend your budget everhad! How you can have the insurance protection you ceetf and budget the pay­ ments. Our plan allows you to pay for coverages on your home ...car. ..busi­ ness, ty the month. Call tts and we'll arrange a monthly payment plan lor Garden Club Ready for Flower Show The Pound Ridge Garden Club is all set for its Flower Show, \Ani­ mal, Vegetable or Mineral?\ to be presented on Friday, June 12, from 2 to 8:30 p.m., rain or shine, at Conant Hall. In addition to the adults' artis­ tic arrangement and horticulture classes there will be a junior section to show off the artistic talents and horticulture abilities of the small fry. There will also be a conservation exhibit, ar­ ranged in cooperation with the Natural Museum of History, show­ ing harmful and helpful garden insects. Tickets, including tea, may be purchased in advance from Mrs. Grover Bode, the proceeds to go to the club's Civic Improvement. Fund. Insurance Since 1$76 17 East Main Street MOunt Kisco 6-8005 Bepresenttng the Harford Fire Ipurtnce Company Bill Studwell Day was proclaim­ ed in Pound Ridge on Sunday. Following the 11 a.m. service in the Pound Ridge Community Church, members of the church and the community gathered out­ side the church to honor and bid farewell to the Rev. William A. Studwell. who has served as pastor of the church for the past nine years. The Rev. and Mrs. Studwell and their five children, Cheryl, Thom­ as, Kathy, Philip and David, are leaving the parsonage today for Hartford, Conn., where they will spend two weeks with Mrs. Stud- well's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Loyd Worley. They will also spend some time in Brunswick, Maine, before sailing on July 9 aboard the Queen Elizabeth, enroute to India where the Rev. Studwll has accepted a call from an American congregation there. John Tyers, a member of the church choir and well known for his singing at the Metropolitan Opera a^id also on Broadway, served as master of ceremonies. In behalf of the entire commun­ ity he presented an $850 purse to the Rev. Studwell, who has been active in all kinds of community work in addition to his church work. Two scrolls were also pre­ sented to the Rev. Studwell. The Basket Town Garden Club present­ ed the Studwells with a basketful of gifts for the entire family. Carl Harris, layelder of the church, was the organizer of Bill Do You Hove a Vacuum Cleaner Problem? FOR SALES, SERVICE or PARTS CALL , ill flL-. 1VAC08M STOms .lHfcl Expert Repairing Guaranteed One Fall Tear After the BALE—it's the SERVICE thst counts 10 SOUTH MOGEK AVE. (Next to Embasy 5 and 10) MOunt Kisco 6-7100 Studwell Day. Representing the various groups and participating in the program were Raymond Carter, who spoke in behalf of the Pound Ridge Town Board and the Hiram Halle Memorial Library; Robert Johnson of the Pound Ridge Fire Department; Joseph Starke of the Pound Ridge Associ­ ation; Dr. Matthew Rosenschein Jr. of the Pound Ridge Players and Mrs. John C. Holmes of the Basket Town Garden Club. The Rev. Studwell has been ac­ tive in all kinds of community wock in addition to his church work. He has influenced the forma­ tion of many Pound Ridge groups, including the Boys Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, Brownies, the Newcomers Club, the A.A. and many others. The Rev. Studwell has been a member of the Pound Ridge Fire Department for the past five years and has served as its chaplain. When he came to Pound Ridge in 1950, the church had a mem­ bership of 32. Today it has 310 members. 500 AT BREAKFAST MOUNT VERNON — A record 500 persons attended the silver an­ niversary communion breakfast of the Mount Vernon Police Holy Name Society at Glen Island Cas­ ino in New Rochelle Sunday morning. Lt. Gov. Malcolm Wil son was one of the featured speak' ers. The policemen marched to Mass at Sts. Peter and Paul Church prior to the breakfast. POUND RIDGE honored the Rev. William A. Studwell follow- 3n^- .the;. 11 sun. service- iir£|he Pound Ridge Community Churcji on Sunday which was proclaimed as Bill Studwell Day. Left to right, the Rev. Studwell, John Tyers, whoserved as master of ceremonies, Joseph Starke, who presented the Rev. Studwell with an $850 purse from the com­ munity, and Mrs. Studwell seat­ ed next to a basketful of gifts for the entire family, a gift from the Basket Town Garden Club—Photo by D. B. Kirchhoff 2 EDUCATORS QUIT OSSINING—Two top staff mem bers of the Ossining schools an­ nounced May 27 that they are resigning after this term. Abra­ ham Fischler, science supervisor, is to become assistant professor of science education at Harvard Uni­ versity Graduate School, and Dr. Louis J. Kishkunas, elementary su­ pervisor, will become superintend­ ent of schools at North Barrington, m. Joel Morse To Summer In Italy Signor Pietro Vaccari of Rome was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Morse of Idian Hill Road, Bedford V.'llage, last Saturday. Signor Vaccari is managing direc tor of RCA Italiana, subisdiary of the Radio Corporation of Ameri­ ca, with which Mr. Morse is as­ sociated. Joel Morse, now a freshman at the Fox Lane School, will spend the summer with the Vaccari fam­ ily in Italy. He will sail for Na pies on the S.S. Constitution on Junp 23. In July he will vacation with the Vc,ccari family on the is­ land of Ischia in the Bay of Na­ ples and in August he will join them near Entreve in the Val D'Aosta in northern Italy near the Swiss and French borders. Joel is the treasurer of the junior^lii^h-^school- >S.Q. at Fox Lane affd is a'member of the cross country and. itcaok teams. The Rev. and Mrs. Darwin A. Mann and son, Nelson Andrew, of Oakland, Calif, are expected to ar­ rive today at the home of Mrs. Mann's parents, Dr. and Mrs. John N. Williams of Westchester Avenue, Pound Ridge, for a three- week visit. Nelson Andrew will celebrate his first birthday on June 23. The Rev. Mann is asso­ ciate pastor of the First Christian Church in Oakland. Mr. and Mrs, William Butt of Massapequa, L. I. spent the Mem­ orial Day weekend at the nome of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Landt of High Ridge Road, Pound Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Beccaria of Westchester Avenue, Pound Ridge, were visited on Sunday by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Finney and children, Celia and Mark of Westport, Conn., and their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Louis Beccaria of San Die­ go Calif. The younger Mrs. Bec­ caria is staying at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy birthday was yesterday, returned home on Wednesday of last week, after completing her frechman year at Mount Aloysius College, Cresson, Pa. About 50 guests are expected at Saturday's party. Mr. and Mrs. Coutermash have a son. John, who is completing his soph­ omore year at John Jay High School. to leave for San Diego on June 11. The Newcomers Club of Pound Ridge has changed its name to Newcomers and Neighbors Club, according to an announcement made last week. Mrs. Bernard Bertland is the new president. Fire Chiefs and their assistants from Mount Kisco, Bedford, Vista and New Canaan and Supervisor William Shine were guests at the annuat dinner of the Pound Ridge Fire Department held on Monday night of last week at the Half Way House, Danen, Conn. Chief Lawrence Bouton welcomed those TOYS^ Juvenile Furniture Outdoor Gyms O Slides Sand Boxes Climbing (Monkey) Bars Strollers • tricycles ... Kaddieland 24'/ 2 £. Main,.;/ MT. Kijco 6-6803 ADVERTISEMENT y ' J 1 ! % - DAVID MCGREGOR • rr- v ' But you'll know why you like Whalen's. It's the service and fair pricing that please. EVENS' WISE HUSBAND APOLOGIZES TO HIS WIFE FREQUENTLY BUT WE SELDOM KMOWS WHAT FOE. 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