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V 4 North Westchester Times, Mf. KIICO , N. Y., June 4, 1959 Community Events Mrs. Wendell Cox of Lake Trues- dale, was hostess to the three-table card group of Court Newman, Catholic Daughters of America, on May 25. Prizes were won by Mrs. Frank Fox, Mrs Eugene Cregier and Mrs. George McCauley. Frank Ca&taldo will be chairman of the \Hole-in-One\ contest to be held by Mount Kisco Elks Cub members on June 20 and 21 be­ ginning each day at 9 a.m. and closing at 8 p.m Prizes amounting to 5250 will be awarded. Miss Lilla Robinson of Katonah entertained the Rosary Altar Society card group at the home of Mrs. John Shelly of Grove Street, last Thursday afternoon. Prize winners were Mrs. Ella McQuade, Miss Elizabeth Croke and Mrs. William Blinn. Roland Hartmans of Mount Kisco has been awarded the Prins Sports­ manship Award and the Religion and Art Award at Central College, Pella, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Mues- er of Lawrence Farms have re­ turned from a three-week tour by air through Egypt, Lebanon, Greece c .nd Italy, where they vis­ ited Rome, Florence, Venice and then went on to Paris and Lon­ don. They enjoyed their first ex­ perience in jet travel and found the countries, of the Near East the most interesting. The Women's Society of Chris­ tian Service of the Mount Kisco Methodist Church, will hold an of ficer's training session on Tues­ day, at S p.m., at which time the Rev. C. Pershing Hunter, pastor and Mrs. Hunter, will instruct the newly elected officers, Circle leaders and committee chairman in their duties. Ohio, grandmother of Mrs. Joseph Currie of Stanwood, is now mak­ ing her home with Mr. and Mrs. Currie, who went to Dayton to bring her to Mount Kisco. TO ATTEND SEMINAR Members of the commission on social action from the Mount Kis­ co Methodist Church will attend a social concerns seminar spon­ sored by the board of christian social relations of the New York Annual Conference, Sunday, at the Metropolitan-Community Church, Madison and 126th Street, New York City. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Tulloch of 27 West Way, spent the Me­ morial weekend at Laurel, Md. Mrs. Norman Garrett, of the Mount Kisco Branch and Mrs. James H. Mclntyre of Chappaqua, American Red Cross, were two North County women who received pins at the meeting in the Chap­ ter Headquarters in White Plains on May 25. Mrs. Garrett received a 25-year pin and Mrs. Mclntyre a ten-year pin. The R 4 :. Rev. Monsignor James A. Boyle of St. Francis of Assisi Church, has returned following his annual retreat at the St. Joseph Abbey in Spencer, Mass. Mrs. Lionel Silberman of New York City, a former resident of Mount Kisco is having a vacation in Bermuda at Hamilton. Children's Day will be marked June 14 at the Mount Kisco Meth­ odist Church at the 11 a.m. serv­ ice. There will be the regular Church School classes on Sunday and on June 21. Members Oi. the Mount Kisco Rotary Club, will be attending the International Convention in New York City between Sunday and Thursday, next week. Mrs. W. L. Fischer of Dayton, e $ 1027 Leave July 10, return Aug. 9 only fire tour memberships still open! Compare! Get the details on this specially priced European Holi­ day. See more by deluxe motor- coach. Leisurely paced, comfort­ ably planned, congenial Westches­ ter group. 30 FULL DAYS IN EUROPE. 12 countries, good ho­ tels, most meals, sightseeing, guide fees, even tips. Fly to Eng­ land aboard 4 motored DC-7G Re­ turn August 9. Budget extension available to Spain and Scandin­ avia. See more! Enjoy more! Yet spend less! Phon« Visit or Write REGOR \WMtdiestert largest Travel Agency\ 171 EAST POST ROAD WHIU Plain* 9-2032 iW«il«ch-<i ATTEND GRADUATION David Moriarty, son of Mrs. David Moriarty of Marion Avenue, Mount Kisco, received his Bachel-* or of Arts degree Saturday at the Commencement exercises of Mer- rimac College, North Andover, Mass. Members present to witness the ceremony on the college cam­ pus were his mother, Mrs. David Moriarty Sr. his sisters Anna, Hel­ en and Beth Moriarty, who had gone up early for the Commence­ ment Week festivities and his aunt Miss Helen Buck of Woody Hill Apartments. David is planning a career in dentistry. bel, Mrs. Josseph A. Costa, Mrs. N. B. O'ConneH, Mrs. George F. Oettinger, Mrs. William E. Bert- kau,. Mrs. Donald F. BraiHard, Mrs. Paul Abernathy, Mrs./George Phillips,. Mrs. Willard C, Bayliss, Mrs. yictor - Hagerstrom, Mrs. John Ohlandt, Mrs. Chester L. Dex- heimer, Mrs. Arthur L. Dixon, Mrs., F. L. Duquette, Mrs. George H; Willis, and Mrs. Frank G. Fow­ ler Jr. , A dinner party Sunday at Par- ticia Murphy's Restaurant united the entire Causey family and cele­ brated the birthday of the young­ est, Arthur Causey of West Main Street. Arranged by brothers Walt­ er Jr. and Richard of Schenec­ tady other guests were Mrs. Arthur Causey and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Causey Sr. A lighted birthday cake was included in the festivities. A ninth anniversary Mass was offered this morning at seven o'­ clock in St. Francis of Assisi Church for Martin Grady. , Mrs. Louise Allmond of Suffern, was in Mount Kisco on Memorial Day and marched with her Moses Taylor Jr. Unit in the parade. Mrs. Carl Jw Daum of Lafayette Streets will leave Friday to at­ tend the 25th re-union of her class at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, Mass. She will return home Sunday. Louis Ruoceo of Beechwood Road Bedford Hills, owner of \Rocky Signs\ who underwent an opera­ tion some time ago in the Northern Westchester Hospital, is making a good recovery and hopes next week to get. back on the job in a part time capacity. Mrs. Martin. Marshall of Grove Street, will be hostess Monday night for the Moses Taylor Unit card group. Mrs. James Fitzger­ ald of Washburn Road, was hostess for the May 25 meeting, when Mrs. William Thorn Sr. Mrs. Marshall and Mrs. Fred Scott were prize winners. BUDGET DISCUSSED On Tuesday, May 26, Mrs. Charles Garratt, newly elected president of the Bedford Hills Woman's Cub, held a meeting of the board of directors at her home on Willetts Rd. to discuss the budget for the coming year. A light lurch was served, with Mrs. Joseph A. Costa and Mrs. Arthur Dixon presiding at the tea table. Those attending the meet­ ing were- Mrs. Thomas K. Hartley, Mrs Edgnr T. Reynolds, Mrs. Kate Wasserscheid, Mrs. Henry Hoffman, M r s. Kenneth Bingham, Mrs. Joseph Keefer, Mrs. George E.. Porter,, Mrs. Stanley Law Sa- Members of the St. Francis of Assisi League of the Sacred Heart, will mark the patronal feast day tomorrow, which is also the First Friday of the month. Masses will be at 6:30, 7:30 a.m. and at 7:30 in the evening with Nocturnal Adoration begin­ ning at 10 P.M. in the evening. Confessions will be heard today between 4 and 6 P.M. and again between 7:30 and 9 P.M. in prep­ aration for First Friday Commun­ ion. COME TO THE MT. KISCO METHODIST CtfU*CH r S ANNUAL FAIR AND SATURDAY — JUNE 6fh 11 A.M. To 5 P.M. LUNCHEON QUICK SNACKS Sale of HOMEMADE FOODS and NEEDLEWORK • PLANTS • APRONS O TOYS • GAMES • CARDS • NOVELTIES WHITE ELEPHANTS PONY RIDES BOY SCOUTS of TROOP 57 say Mayor Betty Potter who ad­ dressed the Mount Kisco Rotary Club on May 24 at the luncheon meeting in Kittle House Lawrence Farms, told the members about the plans for a new library, the pres­ ent water supply status, plans for acquisition of land from New York City and highlights of the Develop­ ment Plan. A first anniversary Mass will be offered Saturday at eight o'clock in St. Francis of Assisi Church for Mrs. Margaret Herbert. A memorial tablet on a house in the Danube River city of Pas- sau in southern Germany will be dedicated this summer, -ffepoleon once stopped at the house long enough to eat .some scrambled eggs-dCDN- - ETHAN ALLEN EARLY AMERICAN COMPLETE COLLECTION W.H. Mueser Engineer Of The Year William H. Mueser of Lawrence Farms, was named \Metropolitan Civil Engineer of the Year\ by the Metropilitan Section of the Am­ erican Society of Civil Engineers at the annual meeting on May 20. Mr. Mueser, a well known con­ sulting engineer, is a partner since 1935 in the firm of Moran Proctor, Mueser and Rutledge of New York City. A graduate of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Mr. Muser was cited for his work during the past calendar year, on foundations for the Chase Manhattan Bank's new skyscraper, currently under construction in downtown Manhat­ tan. His long experience m the foundation field has included work on caissons of the San Franciso- Oakland Bay bridge; U.S. Steel Mellon and Alcoa buildings in Pittsburgh; Work! War II ship- ways and dry docks; United Nations headquarters in the Bronx; White Stone Bridge and presently Throggs Neck Bridge. He also was respon­ sible for the foundation investiga­ tion of the Capitol Building in Washington. Mr. Mueser a former resident of Bronxville and Scarsdale has lived in Lawrence Farms for the past 17 years. MwJWW. V - S V MRS. JOSEPH ELLUZZI Bueti - Elluzzi Nuptials Held at St. Francis Church St. Francis of Assisi Church was the scene Sunday for the wedding of Miss Jeanne M. Bueti, daugh­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Nicola Bueti of 207 West Street, Mount Kisco anf> Joseph S. Elluzzi, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Eluzzi of Bedford Village. The Reverend Thomas P. CahiU performed the 4 p.m. cere­ mony in the sanctuary, decorated with bouquets of white gladioli and fern. The bride, escorted by her father wore a gown of \white Italian silk with portrait neckline, which was edged in pearl-embroidered Alencon lace. The fitted bodice topped a bouffant skirt with cathe­ dral train. A Princess crown of seed pearls secured the three-tier­ ed cathedral length veil of illusion and she carried a bouquet of white Couples Club Picnic Has THANK YOU! To the many merchants for their cooperation in aiding our recent \57 VARIETY SALE\ held May 16, at Sheridan's vacant store, in Chappaqua. MANY, MANY THANK YOUS ... to ALL • Mr. & Mrs. E. Sheridan Sheridan's Food Store • Stoll'i Furniture Store • Peg Smith • Family Tree • Dom's Barber Shop • New Cattle Cleaners • J. E. Sylvester • Cadman's Pharmacy • O'Connors Shoes • Di«mond's Luncheonette • Squires • George's Mens Shop • Briarcliff Sportswear • Greeley Garage • Trend of Westchester • Greeley Delicatessen • Safeway Stores • Ketehel Men's Wear • 1st National Stores • Cartisano Shoe • Pepsf Cola • New Castle Tribune • Country Clothes • Greeley Country Store • William Weber Florist • Berry's Restaurant • Vanity Box Beauty Salon • Murray's 5 & 10 • Walter B. Carr • Foley's Grill • Gordon Read Jewelers • Greeley Restaurant • Elman's Stationery • Chappaqua Pharmacy • The Colony Shop • Don Roane, Texaco • Fox & Sutherland • Greeley Laundramaf • Foster Service • Goody Shop • Embassy Shop • Dorothy's Fur Shop • Maison LaFitte Rest. • Coca Cola • Patent Trader • Station WVIP MT. KISCO FURNITURE 65 S. Moger Ave. MO 6-8018 Four Floors of Fine Furniture St&akMenu^f\ \Come and get it\ will be tfie call when the steaks are ready at the annual picnic of the Couples Club of the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, Mount Kisco. Members will gather at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schaber- ick, Chappaqua, Saturday at 5 p.m. The executive committee of the organization is in charge of ar­ rangements. Committee members are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Plaisted of Chappaqua, Mr. and Mrs. R. Bruce Jones of Armonk and Mr. and Mrs. Gunther Holpp of Bed­ ford Hills. The picnic will conclude activi­ ties for the summer. Regular monthly meetings will resume in October. In case of rain the picnic will be held in the Fellowship Room of the church parsonage. Fellowship Ends Season on June 7 Elihu Schorl of Chappaqua has been elected chairman of the board of trustees of the Unitarian Fel* lowship of Northern Westchester for the year 1959-1960. Mr. Schott is an attorney for Pan American World Airways. Other officers are: vice preisdent Mrs. Jack Newton of Lake Katon­ ah; secretary, Dr. Ernest Hilton of Katonah; and treasurer, Ken neth Berbick of Armonk. • The Fellowship will hold its last service of the year Sunday morn­ ing June 7, at 11 o'clock. The Rev Dr. Harry C. Meserve will preach on '\The Case for Man.\ Money Available FOR CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGES INCLUDING BUILDING LOANS PROMPT SERVICE SAVE WITH US BY MAIL WE PAY POSTAGE BOTH WAYS Port Chester Savings Bank 133 North Main Street Port Chester Open Thursday Eves. 6 to 8 Fhpira WEstmort 9-7200 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Georgian orchids and stephanotis, Mrs. Richard Bueti. of Chappa­ qua, aunt of the bride, was matron of honor in a gown of white chif­ fon over American Beauty taffeta. The bodice, which, featured a square neckline, had a cummer­ bund of taffeta topping a floor length skirt A matching picture hat and an arm bouquet of white roses and ferm, completed her costume. Miss Josephine Montevechi and two cousins, Miss Carmela Bueti and Miss Toni Bueti of Mount Kisco were bridesmaids, with junior bridesmaids being Miss Donna Bueti of Port Chester and Miss Barbara Bueti of Chappaqua. All wore white nylon over lavender taffeta, styled like the matron of honor, with matching hats and car­ ried similar bouquets. Anthony Elluzzi of Bedford, twin brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers included Joseph Panetta, Santo Cambareri, cousin of the bride, Michael Bueti, her brother and Serafino Cambareri a cousin, all of Mount Kisco and Johnf Bogaty Jr. of iChappaqua. A rjjeeptioar -ior 325.. guests. - fcpowed. at^the Tforty-two Club, in iScars- Mm Elluzzi is a graduate of the Mount Kisco High School and em­ ployed 1 with the New York' Tele phone Company in its Mount Kisco Business office. Mr. Elluzzi is a graduate of the Katonah High School and works in the Construction Department o: the New York Telephone Company in Mount Kisco. Following a honey­ moon by air to Florida, the couple will occupy their apartment at 33 South Greeley Avenue, Chappaqua Robert A. Meyer Made Drill Officer Robert A. Meyer, son of Mrs, Pearl C. Meyer, 101 Carpenter Ave. Mount Kisco, has been elect­ ed to drill officer of Pershing Ri­ fles, Company R, Eight Regiment at Clarkson College of Technology, Potsdam, N. Y. He is a freshman student majoring in industrial dis­ tribution. Pershing Rifles is a nation al military honorary society which strives to encourage, preserve, and develop the highest ideals of the military profession, to promote American citizenship, and to pro­ vide recognition of military ability of the cadets enrolled in the Re­ serve Officers Training Corps. CARPENTER and BUILDER GENERAL CONTRACTOR ALBERT E. SEVERINI MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. MO 6-8127 —— New Caflfe Tribune,, Chappaqua, N.. Y., June 4, 1959 .... . 2 <i*>>>>:.* Guild Slates Bar-B-Que The annual chicken Bar-B-Que, given by the Guild of the Mount Kisco Presbyterian Church will be held this year on Thursday July 16, on the parking area of the church. To those who have attend­ ed in former years no more in­ formation is necessary, but for those who wish to try it for the first time these are the details. Three servings will be scheduled the first at 5:30 p. m. the second at 6:30 and the last at 7:30 p. m. There will be a special rate for children under twelve years, which will make it attractive to families. Tickets must be purchased in advance and may be obtained from any member of the guild or from Mrs. George F. Kron, Mount Kisco 6-6313 or from Mrs. T. Ed­ gar Hughes, Mount Kisco 6-8397. School Bus Drivers Lauded at Dinner Employees and bus drivers of the Bedford Bus Company of Bed­ ford Hills met for a spaghetti din­ ner last Tuesday, The dinner was under the direction of Donald Ross, president of the company. Following the dinner, the drivers were addressed by Otty Norwood on school bus problems in the dis­ trict. He commended the drivers for their outstanding record in the school district pointing out, that in many instances, they had ah opportunity to aid in the develop­ ment of children just as did the classroom teabhers. Bedford BudjGompany has serv­ ed the < Betttprd\ ^feptral; School Pistr4el :*'Sinceiits ^formation more than five years ago. NEW BJOTAUON^CHIEF NEW ROCHELLE-Capt. Harold McAvoy has been promoted to bat­ talion chief in the New Rochelle Fire Department effective June L He replaces James S. Carroll who retired. MISS DIANA DUNCAN Diana Duncan Betrothed to Mr. Hepting Mr. and Mrs. Dyson Duncan of \Windyridge Mount Kisco, an­ nounce the engagement of their daughter, Diana, to George Carle- ton Hepting, son of Dr. and Mrs. George Henry Hepting of 11 Ma- plewood Road, Ashville, N. C. Miss Duncan is the granddaugh­ ter of Mrs. Stuart Duncan of 998 Fifth Avenue, New York City, and \Bonniecrest Newport, R.I., and the late Mr. Duncan and Mrs. Hanson Hooker, formerly of New York City, now of Charleston, S.C., and the late Dr. Hookekr. She at­ tended St. Mary's School in Peek- skill and made her debut at the St. Cecilia Ball in Charleston, S. C. and earlier in December at a din- given by her grandmother, ner Mrs. Hooker at her home at 54 Meeting Street, New York. Mr. Hepting graduated from Ex­ eter Academy and is a Junior at the University of North Carolina. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. George Hepting of Syosset, L I. and of Mrs. William Walter Love of Ashville formerly of Wil­ mington, N. C. and the late Mr. Love. JACQUELINE FELDMAN Miss Feldman Betrothed to Saul Samel Mr. and Mrs. Louis Feldman of 101 Carpenter Avenue, Mount Kis­ co, have announced the engage­ ment of their daughter, Jacque­ line Kay to Saul Samet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Samet, Bronx, N.Y. Miss Feldman is a graduate of Mount KLicr High School and at­ tended Cortlandt v State Teachers College. She is now employed in New York City as a private sec­ retary. A graduate of Hunter College, Mr. Samet received his Master's of Business Administration degree from New York University Grad­ uate School this June. Mr. Samet is employed in New York City as statistician. They plan an early 1960 wed­ ding. MORE PARKING ROOM LARCHMQNT—Tiie Larchmont Village Board has unanimous ly approved the creation of a 127-acre parking lot on an inside area bounded by stores, apart­ ments and business buildings fac­ ing the Post Rd., Larchmont Ave, Addison St. and Chatsworth Ave This was done without a dissenting voice from the large audience. Jo­ seph Straus, vice chairman of the Traffic Commission, won the un animous thanks of the Board for his \untiring two years' effort.' Guests from out-of-town .at the Court Newman Catholic Daughters breakfast included Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Driscoll of Staten Island and Mrs. Albert Coyle of Yonkers, mother of Mrs. John Tooley. DANIEL V. FLYNN & SON, Inc. • General Insurance 25 E. Main St. MT. KISCO MO 6-7700 OE 2-5544 SEAT COVERS 95 1 (TP INSTALLED FREE COVERTlBLE TOPS 44 95 INSTALLED FREE BELL SEAT COVER CENTERS - 305 NORTH BEDFORD RD. MT. KISCO MO 6 - 3319 BERMUDA For Summer Conscious Ladies —by Florence Walsh, Leon Levin and Jog Togs. (For Children tool) • THE HOME; OF MANY FAMOUS f BRANDS JOIN THE TO CAREF GAS HEAT V Now is an ideal time to malce the sm&rt switch to gas. You'll never worry about fuel delivery again once yoi^ convert to gas heat. Like water, gas is piped into your home. It's com- pletely automatic. That makes it the most convenient heat you can use. It's also the cleanest heat available. And gas heat costs no more than ordinary heat. We'll be glad to make a free heating survey of your house and give you an estimate of the cost of heating it the modern way-by gas! DID YOU KNOW? ' Westchester builders install gas heat in ah most every new home where natural gas is available. Last year 93 out of every.1Q0 new homes in our territory installed gas heat! 1 f

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