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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, July 09, 1959, Image 5

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North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y„ July 9, 1959 Town Talk Mr. and Mrs. Gene C. Brewer and their family, formerly of Red­ ding, Calif., have moved into their new home at 46 Annandale Dr., Lawrence Farms East. Mr. Brew­ er is president of US Plywood Corp. He and Mrs. Brewer have three children. Announcement has been made of the birth of a daughter, their first child, to Mr. and Mr. Laurens I. Cook of Boston. Mrs. Cook is the former Miss Betty Graham, daugh­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Graham of Lawrence Farms South. The infant, who was born on June 28 at St. Elizabeth's Hos­ pital, has been named Carlene Durand. Jonathan and Peter Brizard, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Erie M. Brizard of Hillholme, left Sunday for H-Rock Camp at Mount Wash­ ington, Mass., where they will spend a month. Miss Judy Burrill, daughter of Mr. and Mr. C. L. Burrill of 308 Quaker Rd. will spend the sum­ mer in Dorset, Vt. where she will be an apprentice with the Cara- vaners at the Dorset Playhouse. A June graduate of Horace Greeley High School. Miss Burrill, will enter Denison University, Granville, Ohio, in September. at the home of Mrs. Raymond Miller in Yorktown Heights. Mrs. Herbert Lossing of 240 Hamilton Dr. is a member of the Subscription Committee for the Tappan Zee Playhouse at Nyack, now in its second season. Honor­ ary chairman of the committee is Miss Helen Hayes, the noted ac­ tress, who is a resident of Nyack. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Burrill of 308 Quaker Rd., accompanied by their son, Douglas, and by Law­ rence Beeson of Hamilton Dr., are spending the month of July at Lake Willoughby, Vt. Miss Kaye McClellan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel McClellan of Briarcliff Manor, formerly of Chappaqua, has been appointed a student counsellor at one of the women's residence halls at State University Teachers College, Os­ wego. Miss McClellan, a graduate of Horace Greeley High School, is a sophomore enrolled in the col­ lege's Elementary Education Di­ vision. Miss Paula Schlick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John P. Schlick of 8 East PL, is spending the sum mer at Camp Tegawitha, Tobyhan- na, Pa. Her sister, Miss Andrea Schlick, left last Friday for Day- tona Beach. Fla.. where she will stay until the end of July. Marvin Lowes of Messenger's Hill arrived back home July 4 from Milan, Italy, where he at­ tended the funeral of Gian Gior- dana, manager of the Reader's Di­ gest Italian Edition, who was killed in the TWA plane crash out­ side Milan on June 28. Mr. Lowes, assistant director of the Digest's International Editions, was a per­ sonal friend as well as business associate of Mr. Giordana. Barclay Shaw of 20 Ludlow Dr. was a member of the committee in charge of the Trinity College alumni fund drive, which ended June 30. The fund for the college at Hartford, Conn, went over its stated goal of $100,000, which will be used \for the perpetuation of great teaching at Trinity \ Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Justice and their children, Graeme, twelve, and Leslie, nine, have re­ cently moved to 188 N. Bedford Rd. from Mount Kisco. Mr. Jus­ tice is regional truck manager for Chevrolet division of General Mo­ tors in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Corydon Sperry of 59 Seven Bridges Rd. have an­ nounced the birth of their third son, Mark Porter, on June 27. The baby's older brothers are Corydon Jr., five, and Christopher, who is two. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Stall of S 7 Turner Dr. have returned from a trip to Chicago, where Mr. Stoll went on business. The Women's Guild of the Luth­ eran Church of Our Redeemer will give a baby shower tomorrow (Friday) night for Mrs. Robert Smith, wife of the church's new minister. The party will take place William Horowitz Painting Contractor 64 Woodland St. MOuni Kisco 6-4691 and MOunt Kisco 6-9278 Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Goble of Hardscrabble Rd. have return­ ed from trips to New Olreans, La., and to New Hampshire. Mr. Goble, who is editor of Architectural Rec­ ord, attended the national conven­ tion of the American Institute of Architects in Mew Orleans, and the Dartmouth College Conference on the- Changing City, held on the campus at Hanover, N.H. Mr. and Mrs. Goble also visited Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Keeler of Chappaqua at their summer home at Little Sunapee, N.H. Miss Barbara Mae Foote, daugh­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey P. Foote Jr. of 86 Prospect Dr., was graduated last month from Skid- more College, Saratoga Springs, N.Y. An English education major, Miss Foote was president of Pe­ gasus, the English Club, a house counsellor, class representative to the Honor Board and chairman of Young People Commissioned * At Church A number of young people of junior high and senior high school age were commissioned at last Sunday's service at the First Con gregational Church, Chappaqua, as delegates to church summer con ferences. The conferences for both age groups combine worship, study and recreation under denominational auspices, with the double goal of maturing the individaul in his spir­ itual life and of preparing him for greater participation in the pro­ gram of his local church. The following high school stu­ dents left Monday for a conference at Blair Academy in Blairstown, N. J.: Judy Carr, Carolyn Curtiss, Sandra Donham, Karen Gilburg, Sally Holland, Bryan Kurtz, Susan McKinley, Ronnie Moller, Patti Olson, Vicki Smith and Jane Tor- fborg. Gordon Stearns, associate Min­ ister of the church, is serving on the faculty of the conference. The junior high school group which leaves Saturday for a week's conference at Camp Hope in Hope, N. J. includes: Janice Adams, Margaret Curtis, Diane Davidson, Bliss Holland. Brenda Kurtz, Bev­ erly Moller. Marilyn Olson, Judith Spendelow and Shelley Taylor. The third group commissioned Sunday was hte deselagation of Pilgrim Fellowship officers who will attend a leadership training session at Lisle, N.Y. from Sept. 1 to 5. Included were next year's president. Sue McKinley; the new vice president, Sally Holland; and the treasurer. Archie Allen. the Student Curricuhr \nittee. Preaching Schedule Set By 1st Church While the Rev. Kenneth E. Nye is away this summer, the pulpit of the First Congregational Church of Chappaqua will be occupied by the associate ministers, a guest minister, and a theological student who lives in Chappaqua. The Rev. Alfred D. Moore will preach this Sunday, July 12, and the church's other associate min­ ister, Gordon W. Stearns Jr.. will preach on July 19. The Rev. Philip G. Scott D.D. will be guest preach­ er on July 26. Mr. Nye will return from his current Western trip and will be back at work during the week of Aug. 1 through 8, preaching on Sunday, Aug. 2. He and his family will spend the following week at the Family Camp at Deering N.H. operated by the Congregational Christian Churches, and Mr. Moore will conduct .the Aug. 9 services in Chappaqua. On Aug. 16 the guest preacher will be William Wintersteen of 32 Gray Rock La., a student at Un­ ion Theological Seminary and for­ mer president of the church's Pil­ grim Fellowship^ Mr. Nye will preach on Aug. 23, coming down from his Maine camp that week­ end to perform two wedding cere­ monies and returning to Maine un­ til Sept. 4. Mr. Moore will deliver the sermon on Aug. 30, and Mr. Nye the Labor Sunday sermon on Sept. 6. Wants Waterfront OSSINING —The United States Volunteer Life Savings Corps, with national headquarters in Yon- kers, is now attempting to open an Ossining branch. The Corps is in search of a small property di­ rectly on the waterfront on which a building could be erected. Or­ ganization is being pushed locally by Larry Stanley, 118 Spring St. New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., Jufy 9, 1959 g Miss Murtfeldt is Married To Horace A. Giddings Jr. The marriage of Miss Katharine Ann Murtfeldt daughter\ of Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Murtfeldt of Summit, N.J., took place Friday afternoon. The Rev. AlfredD. Moore Moore, associate minister of the First Congregational Church, per­ formed the ceremony in the gar­ den at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hermann Jockers, 438 Bedford Rd. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, • wore a gown of white peau de soie with a shoulder-length veil and carried a bouquet of gardenias and step- hanotis. Mrs. Peter Mitchell of Chappa­ qua was the matron of honor. Her dress was of yellow organza, and she carried a bouquet of baby callas and green leaves. Charles Riley of Tarrytown was Mr. Giddings' best man. Mrs. Giddings was graduated from Horace Greeley High School, attended the University of Color­ ado and graduated from the Kath­ arine Gibbs School. Mr. Giddings attended the Uni­ versity of New Hampshire and Columbia University. He is an in dustrial illustrator. x After a wedding trip to Cape Ann, the couple will live in White Plains. ' AFS Rides Again As Exchange Students Visit Chappaqua BOUND FOR GREECE, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mountrey of 72 Ludlow Dr., Chappaqua, and their children, Barbara, 19, and Bill, 12, are pictured in their suite aboard the S.S. Queen Frederica, just before sailing. Mr. Mountrey will be stationed in Greece for the next three years with the Esso Tanker, Inc. of which he is a vice president. County Library System Gets Full-Time Director on Jan. 1 The Westchester Library Sys-, in the county. She has also been tem, of which the Chappaqua Li brary is a member, has announced that Miss Katharine M. Holden will become director of the 32-li- brary system on a full-time basis beginning next Jan. 1. Miss Holden is presently part-time director of the system and the director of the Mount Vernon Public Library. Miss Holden, director at Mount Vernon since 1956 and assistant director from 1949, was chairman cf the planning committee of the Westchester Library Assn. which developed the plan of service for the new system which is supported bv State Aid for the purpose of providing central services for its member libraries to enable them to give improved public library service to all Westchester resi­ dents. The Westchester Library Sys­ tem has its headquarters at the Mount Vernon Public Library. The headquarters staff, which Miss Holden will head, will * include a field staff of specialists in work with adults, young adults and chil­ dren, a technical services special­ ist, a librarian and clerks to op­ erate the union catalog and inter- library loan service, and a chauf­ feur for the delivery service which will facilitate the transfer of books from one library to another. Gen­ eral reference, business, and tech­ nical reference, and audio-visual services will be provided by the public libraries of Mount Vernon, Yonkers and New Rochelle by spe­ cial contracts with the system. Miss Holden is a graduate of Cornell, and holds two degrees in library science from the School of Library Service of Columbia University. Th» subject of her say for the master's degree re­ ceived in 1943 was \Books for Ru­ ral New Yorkers: A Program for- the Extension and Improvement Existing Facilities for Library Service to the Rural Population of New York State\. In the library field, a \rural area\ is any com­ munity with a population less than 10,000, and many areas served by public libraries in Westchester are within this classification. A native of Yonkers and resi­ dent there until she moved to Mount Vernon ten years ago, Miss Holden has worked in two public, one school and one special library i SEMI-ANNUAL 16 90 andrew gellers | 11 90 mademoiselle, delmanefte de luca, etc. plus an assorted casual group at 6.90 handbags at similar savings open thursday evenings active for many years in the West­ chester Library Assn., serving as its president from 1954 to 1956. As a member of the New York Library Assn., Miss Holden has served on several of its commit­ tees and is now the association's representative on the board of the Library Trustees Foundation of New York State. She is also com­ pleting a four-year term on the Council of the Assn. She has rep­ resented the New York Library Assn. on the Council of the Amer­ ican Library Assn., and has been active on committees of that group. Her appointment as director of the Westchester Library Ssystem, which was approved by the Board of Trustees at its June meeting, i« subject to civil service examin­ ation. Rev. Mr. Nye Will Direct Family Camp The Rev. Kenneth E. Nye, pas­ tor of the First Congregational Church of Chappaqua, will act as dean of the Family Camp confer­ ence to be held at Deering, N.H. from Aug. 8-15. The conference, for family groups, is sponsored by Congregational .churches in the Chappaqua, Garden City,*L.I. and New Jersey areas. Families attending from Chap­ paqua include: Dr. and Mrs. Rob­ ert Arrents and Nina and Lynn; Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Binger and Wilson, Mary and Julia; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Conover and Chris. Leslie and Lynn; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hale and Chris, Joanne and Elizabeth; Dr. and Mrs. John Shami and Susan, Dorothy and John; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Nye and Nancy and Mary Dale; and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon W. Stearns Jr. and Gordon Schuyler. Other leadership responsibilities for Chappaqua people include the services of Dr. Jeanette Shami as camp doctor; Mrs. Wilson Bin­ ger as primary leader; and Gor­ don Stearns as teens leader. BENEFIT GARDEN PARTY A swimming pool and garden party to be given nex* Tuesday, at the home of Mrs. Nathan Gar­ ten, Hawthorne Way, Hartsdale, will benefit the Westchester Divi­ sion of the New York Arthritis and Rheumatism Foundation. Follow­ ing this event a similar party wii* be held at Mrs. Garten's home every Tuesday through July and August to raise funds for the Foundation's program of research into arthritis, service to patients, and education for physicians and laymen. In addition to swimm­ ing and sun bathing, guests wll be served refreshments. Mrs. Frank Miller Elected President of Garden Club Mrs. Frank Miller was elected president of the Chappaqua Gar­ den Club at its recent annual meeting which followed a luncheon at Emily Shaw's Inn in Pound Ridge. Mrs. Robert Wachtler and Mrs. John Darrow were hostesses in charge of luncheon arrange­ ments. Other officers elected were: Mrs. Richard Greer, first vice president; Mrs. Arnold Way, sec­ ond vice president; Mrs. William Cole, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Lew­ is, recording secretary; Mrs. Rich­ ard McCann, corresponding secre­ tary. Mrs Walter Carr, retiring president, welcomed three past presidents at the luncheon: Mrs. Jacques Tisne, Mrs. Louis C. Ray­ mond and Mrs. Francis N. Millett. Announcement was made that the lectures which Mrs. Jennie :'late has delivered to the Horti­ culture Group will be made avail­ able to club members in meo- graphed form. Mrs. Murray MacDonald, Ninth District representative, announced that the summer meeting of the Ninth District will be held July 20 at Bear Mountain Inn. Appreciation was expressed to the chairmen of the important events of the year- Plant Sale, Mrs. Herbert Lossing; Ticket Sale, Mrs. Donald Weisman; Christmas Wreath - Making Project, Mrs. George Payne; Flower Show, Mrs. Leighton B. Rollins and Mrs. Mil­ lett. Mrs. Tisne made the annual presentation of the silver bowl for flower arranging to Mrs. Ray­ mond. This bowl was originally given to the club by Mrs. Tisne to be awarded annually to the member who received the most points in the Flower Show and in the Little Flower show. Mrs. Ray­ mond termed the award actually a tribute to the Flower Arranging Workshop where she received all her information on flower arrang ing. Mrs. Carr, on presenting the gav el to the incoming president, ex­ pressed herself as highly gratified that the Chappaqua Garden Club continues to hold a unique position in the community which it serves Chappaqua will be host for four! days beginning July 19 to 64 Amer­ ican Field Service foreign exchange students. The 64 students, rerpesenting 18 countries, will arrive in two Grey­ hound buses. They have spent the past school year with American families in the Baltimore area while attending their senior year in United States high schools. They are part of a group of 1,170 stu­ dents who came this year from Europe, Central and South Amer­ ica and the Near and Far East under the auspices of AFS. Their stay in Chappaqua marks the end of a three-week bus tour which AFS provides for the stu dents upon completion of the Second Son is Born To Fitzmaurices Announcement has been made of the birth of a son, their second, to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fitzmaurice of Milwaukee, Wis. The infant, who was born on July 2 at St. Mi­ chael's Hospital there, has been named Michael John. Mrs. Fitzmaurice is the former Miss Mary Derrick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Derrick of 21 Woodland PI., Chappaqua Farms. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Fitzmaurice of Wilmette, 111., formerly of Joan Dr Chappaqua. The baby also has two great- grandmothers and a great-grand­ father. READ REPORT IN JULY 1959 \High Fidelity\ B&O DANISH STEREODYNE CARTRIDGE e \UNUSUALLY FINE \MOST REASONABLE PRICE\ — \BEST STEREO CHANNEL SEPARATION\ • Buy From D. B. LYMAN III CHappaqua I-K299 Suburban Floor Covering SPECIALISTS, IXC. 42 E. Main Street MOunt Kisco 6-6166 141 E. Post Road WHite Plains 9-1140 NEW DESIGNS Choose from our wide selection of Wall-fo-Wall Carpet­ ing or individuial rugs to every room. Also Inlaid and Linoleum Floor coverings. Free Estimates FLOOR and WALL TILES • RUBBER O VINYL > PLASTIC O ASPHALT We Install Let us replace your old linoleum count* or tops with glisten­ ing, new, life lasting Formica. Free Estimates Girls Leave For Camp At Rock Hill The second contingent of girls from the Northern Westchester Girl Scout Council will depart this weekend for Rock Hill Girl Scout Camp at Mahopac. The girls will spend the next two weeks living in primitive units, perfecting their outdoor skills. Girls attending from Chappaqua are: Ann Lintiroth, Christopher English and Joanna Berman; from Millwood, Bonnie Shirley Fenn; from Pleasantville, Kendy Kemp- ler and Patricia Jarvis; from Thornwood, Cecilia Reichardt, Ma­ ria Occhino, Barbara Lamb and Meredith Drake; fjrom Hawthorne, Carolle Stewart, Mary Stabert, Barbara .Qlson, Laurene, Livings­ ton, Christine Fleming, Janet Bak­ er and Carol Consula; from Ka- tonah, Eleanor Lewis, Elizabeth Camarco and Barbara \Cable; from Brewster, Kathy Hanley; from Bri­ arcliff Manor, Gerladine Smith and Judy Brown; from Yorktown Heights, Nanette Rosenthal and Carol Maxwell; from Peekskill, Christine Cumme and Jean Clif­ ford; from Ossining, Karen Sclar, Diane Nelson, Mary Anne Lazar, M. Arden Jackson, Jane Candace Hoffman, Susan Feldbaver and Scan Dolan; from Purdys, Kath- ryn Forarty; from Croton-on-Hud- son, Lois Tramaglini, Gail Pra- ger. Ellen Ann Parker, Diane O'Brien and Diane Meany. Seminary Student To Deliver Sermon The Reverend W. G. Griffin, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Waycross, Ga , will be guest preacher at the 11 o'clock service in Bethel Baptist Church on Sun­ day. The Rev. Griffin is a summer student at the Union Theological Seminary in New York City. Beginning on Wednesday, the Reverend Benjamin Griffin and members of his parish will attend a meeting of the Central Hudson Baptist Association, to be held in the Mount Lebanon Baptist Church of Peekskill. The host pastor ofr the meetings which will conclude Friday, is the Rev. Richard Puy rer. On Friday night, a musical fes­ tival will be held in conjunction with the service, which will include choirs from Baptist Churches throughout the Central Hudson area Bethel Baptist Choir will be among those joining the choral. school year, in cooperation with some 270 participating towns and communities. On the tour they will travel through parts of New York State, Massachusetts, New Hamp­ shire and Maine. All 34 buses making the tours this year will meet on July 15 in Washington, D.C., where the stu­ dents will be received by Congres­ sional and other national leaders, attend luncheons at their Embas­ sies, then go by way of a visit to Princeton University to the New York City area for four days prior to returning to their home countries. AFS hopes that through these bus tours the foreign students will gain a broader view of American ways and life and that, at the same time, the 50,000 Americans who meet them en route will ac­ quire a better understanding of people from other nations. While visiting this community, the students will spend a day in New York City, seeing the hit mu­ sical \Destry Rides Again\ that evening. A tour of the Reader's Digest building is also scheduled. A dance will be given for the group on Wednesday, the final night of their stay here. The Chappaqua Lions Club is sponsoring the AFS students' visit here. All the arrangments for their stay are in charge of the local committee of AFS, which is head­ ed by Mrs. Philip F. Mygatt and Mrs. Pierre Stralem. Other mem­ bers of the committee are: Mrs. Charles Church, Mrs. Thomas Fish­ er, Mrs. Morris Lasker, Mrs. Dud­ ley Lawrence, Mrs. Warren Lynch, Mrs. James Lynch, Mrs. Edward Necarsulmer Jr. and Mrs. Edward Risley. for PROMPT DELIVERY of ECONOMICAL, DEPENDABLE £sso HEATING OIL Tankful after tankful, the high quality of ESSO Heating Oil never changes. It always assures you top performance from your oil burner, always burns hot and clean. Switch to ESSO Heating Oil for dependable, economical home heating. Your family's comfort is our business. Call today for prompt service. Days RO 9-5051 Nights RO 9-5053 BUKKE FUEL AND HEATING CO. COMMERCE STREET, HAWTHORNE, N. Y. I hese are important days for savings dollars at County Trust—and profitable days for wide-awake savers! Savings deposits made on or before July 14 earn 3% interest from July 1st. 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