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18 North Westchester Times, New Castle Tribune, Mount Kisco, N.Y., August 6, 1959- ESTC SINESS ECTORY Here'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 #\VIVl\I 1?' supplies for noviw and professional Toys — Books — Stationery Records — Cameras FOX & SUTHERLAND 18 South Moger Avenue Tel. MOunt Kisco 6-8088 Auto Parts Mt. Kisco Auto Parts Inc. Wholesale Supplies & Equipment 96-98 Lexington Mount Kisco Tel. MO 6-4112 & 6-8345 Bakery lei. Mt. Kisco 6-4848 J THE FRENCH & ; / DANISH BAKERY • Home-Baked Cakes & Pasteries '. So. Moger t Ave. Mount • Kisco Beverages Mount Kisro Bottling Compxay, Inc. Tel. MO 6-4700 Kisco Beverages • BALLANTINE DISTRIBUTORS Bicycles REPAIRED Bought — Sold NEW and USED LEE'S SI S. Moger Ave. Mt. Kisco Schwinn Columbia Rudge New & Used—All Sizes Repairs on All Makes KEYS MADE MARINELLI'S 209 E. Main St.. MO Kisco 6-8231 Books Dairy No Bedfor d Kd Tel. Mt. KISCO 6-6034 Druggists Gall 0. W. B0DELSEH For Prescription* t-none Mount Kisco 6-9173 tSast Mam at. PRESCRiPfiONS\ • \ - ACCURATELY COMPOUNDED Prompt Servic e MT. KISCO r - PHARMACY 17 South Moger Ave. MOunt Kisco t>-4577 - 6-9154 Electrical BRICCETTI'S | |MT. KISCO APPLIANCE CENTER! 1 SALES & SERVICE | I ON ALL APPLIANCES | j NEW & USED RENTALS I 1 WIRING INSTALLATIONS | | ELECTRICAL REPAIRS 1 ELECTRICAL FIXTURES I 113 E. Main St. MO 6-64531 ;UHif™'inTiWTBa5!'ril| Florists DAYBROOK FLORIST House Plants Funerals Flowers By Wire 87 E. Main St. Tel. MOunt Klscp. 6-5B56 for Complete Selection <>/ the latest BOOKS— Stop in and See Ut FOX & SUTHERLAND 15 SO, MOGER AVE. MOunt (Cisco 6-808B Builders — Contractors • O'Brien & Einkel, Inc. 5 3 Maple Ave. Mount Kisco Tel. 6-SI71 1 Call MOunt Kisco 6-4582 for Alterations ot all kinds • CARPEM'l • ROOFING f> CABINETS Reynolds & Gutchins 105 Maple Ave. Kisco Cameras & Supplies to* &e Camera Fanl Books — Records — Gifts FOX & SUTHERLAND 16 South Moger A venae TeL MOunt Kisco 6-8088 .-.to lnt»»e you I ova at beam • • • to your hostess • • « to shut-ins « • • to friends . • • to yoor chorcfr See our complete selscHaa of corsages, centerpieces, fresh cut flowers, futl blocmtng plants. FLOWERS- lY-WIWI Anywhere* Yew Satisfaction Oi f ...the perfect way is I D Say if with FLOWERS WEST MAIN STREET GREENHOUSES, INC. 822 East Main Street MOunt Kisco 6-4457 Funeral Directors Clark Associates Inc. KATONAH, N.Y. FUNERAL DIRECTORS °omplete Funeral Services Phone CEntral 2-3033 Phone CEntral 2-4533 Funeral Directors Telephone MO 6-4840 288 EAST MAIN ST. MOUK7 KISCO. N. V. 0ELKER& COX Air Conditioned fjFuneral \i Home 262 East Main St. MOunt Kisco 6-5891 serving ilus Area Over 20 Years Furniture J. H. CRANE & SON Furniture Floor Covering MOUNT KISCO. N. I. TeL MOunt Kisco 8-5572 Hardware Easy to apply. Pleasant to use because there's ac* painty, odor. The porcelain-like film of Pratt & Lambert Vitralite Enamel keeps its color and luster even after repeated washings. Use Eggshell or Gloss in any of • 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 Kisco, N. Y. MOunt Kisco 6-5774, 6-14(0 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—6-907* Our Specialty! Ice Cream Cakes for Parties Jeweler Moving & Storage G. MARSHALL Van & Storage Co., Inc. —-Local & Long Distance— Packing o Crating #> Shipping Agent United Van Lines, inc. Tels: Mt Kisco 6-5388 ROgers 9-0180 Oil Heat 'HEADQUARTERS FOR HEATING\ OIL Radio —*• Television TV-RADIO SALES SERVICE MARINELLI'S 20V E. Main St. MO 6-8231 Roofing — Siding Kafonah Roofing Go. 37 Huntvlllo Rd. KatonaU, N. Y. Asphalt — Asbeftos — Slate Roofing — Sidin g Flat Roofing - Metal Work - Repair s Est. 1926 Tel. CE 2-3084 Second Hand Dealer GAS 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 • AUTOMATIC OAS RANGES e AUTOMATIC HOT WATER HEATERS • OIL AND OAS HEATING SYSTEMS Halstead- Qui nn Wm. ELMAN & SON, Inc. Scrap Metal and Iron New and Second Hand Structural Steel — Rags BEDFORD HELLS, N. Y. TeL MOunt Kisco 6-4944 Sheetmetal John A. Marshall SHEET METAL WORK AND ROOFING warm au Heating—Air conditioning THATCHER'S—Coal. Gas and OU 100 Lexington Avenne MOunt Kisco 6-4296 Painting A. BELL Painting & Decorating Contractors —- Glazing 239 LEXINGTON AVENUE MOunt Kisco 6-507S WHEN BETTER PAINTING IS NEEDED — CALL JOSEPH H. B0NDI Inferior Decorating 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 BRICCETTI'S i Sales & Service Rentals | RCA - GE — PHILCO I ZENITH - EMERSON I 13 E. Main St. M0 6-6453 DOYLE'S Safes Service MAGNAVOX Television Stereo HI-FI—Stereo Custom Installations WESTINGHOUSE APPLIANCE STORE SERVICE All brands-Televlslon-Radlo-Phonos Main St. Moger Ave. Mt. Kisco Telephone 6-4783 Joseph P. Alaimo NORTH BEDFORD ROAD MOunt Kisco 6-8889 LENNOX WARM AIR HEATING AIR CONDITIONG AND GENERAL SHEETMETAL WORK Home Canners Asked to Seal Some Jars for Grange Fair YORKTOWN HEIGHTS— Home canners are advised to set aside one jar of strawberry jam or pickles or canned peaches as soon as they seal it so it won't be eaten up before the Yorktown Grange Fair, Sept. 17-20. These are a few of the items for which ribbons will be awarded in the home baking and canning depart­ ment of the Fair. Mrs. Wesley Parnell is chairman and Mrs. Eric B.iorklund is the co-chairman The day for entering candy and canned goods is Thursday, Sept. 17, before 12 noon when the judg­ ing is to begin. For home canning there are three classas - jams and jellies, pickles and relishes, and fruits and vegetables. Candy en­ tries may be fudge and any oth­ er kind of candy. The name of the item must be given, and also the date of canning. Friday, Sept. 18 is home baking day, with entries brought in before noon for judging that afternoon. Practically anything except cus­ tard pie may be entered and that is left out because of the danger of spoilage. Besides pies, home bakers may enter layer cakes, either chocolate or yellow, sponge cakes, six iced cup cakes or six cookies, coffee cakes, yeast rolls and bread. Sure to bring out some tasty en­ tries is the class for \any baked goods made from recipes of yes­ teryear.\ The committee expects a wide variety of items originating in this country and abroad. Re­ cipes must be attached to entries and they will be kept confidential if their proud owners desire it. Boys and girls under 15 will com­ pete on Saturday. Sept. 19, and must bring in their entries before noon on that day. Ribbons will be given in three classes: six iced cup cakes or cookies, iced loaf or layer cakes, and any pie except custard. Young bakens, canners and candy makers may also enter any of the other contests, and spe­ cial classes will be set up for them if there are enough entries. All the food items will be sold BACKDOOR VIEW from the office of the Northern Westches­ ter Times office is something everyone should enjoy from their front door. This early American type edifice the Mount Kisco Presbyterian Church, has been exposed to view by the elimina­ tion of a large building, the foun­ dation of which may be seen in the center foreground. The area on which the building stood will be utilized as additional off street parking for activities of the church — Photo by D. B. Kirchhoff. during the fair for the benefit of the Grange. The full schedule will be distributed before the fair op­ ens. Ever since the first Yorktown Grange Fair in October, 1920, wom­ en have entered their baked and canned goods for blue ribbon awards. These articles together with vegetables and flowers made up the exhibits at the first Fair, and were auctioned after they were judged. In the years since 1920, other competitions of interest to women, such as needlework, have been added, together with livestock shows and other features of interest to ail the family. Last County Rec Swimfest Success Stationery Gifts — Cards — Candles Cigars — Cigarettes FOX & SUTHERLAND 15 South Moger Avenue TeL MOunt Kisco 6-8088 Sporting Goods GO PREPARED WITH THE BEST C. «1. I*A!JIM CO. 837 East Main Street TeL MOunt Kisco Soft Water PEEKSKILI^- The Westchester County Recrea­ tion Commission's 1959 program of swimming meets for the young mermen and mermaids of the area came to a successful conclusion, at the Peekskill Veteran's Memori al Pool, Monday, with the third of a trio of consecutive Monday programs. Under the direction of John W. Cioffredi, Assistant Supervisor of Athletics for the Commission, the CULLIGAN We otiei a complete Une ot watei conditioning products and services. • Service Softeners OHome-ownec Models f )Salt #Cui Soap •iron. Taste and Odor Removal #Chlo- rinators. Chemical Feeders •Com merclal and Industrial water con­ ditioning. CULLIGAN 21 Armonb Boad <at toe Crott Road) Mount Uisco. N. *. TEL MOunt Kisco 6-8818 SOFT WATER SERVICE Wallpaper A. BEIX WALLPAPER (IN STOCK) • T, U. Straban • Blrqe © W H. 8. Lloyd • Schumacher • Nancy IVarren Paints—Glass—Mirrors 239 LEXINGTON AVENUE TeL MOunt Kisco 6-5073 BUSINESS DIRECTOR Y Golfers See j Lost Plane i Make Landing MOUNT KISCO— Mount Kisco Country Club wom­ en golfers, playing in the qualify­ ing round 1 of the club's annual championship tournament, were startled but continued play after a small airplane unexpected ly dropped out of the overcast sky and landed on the golf course near the eighth tee. Club Pro Bill Gold'beck said he didn't learn the identity of the pi­ lot or his passenger but the pilot said he made an emergency land­ ing when he couldn't locate Ar- monk airfield and* didn't want to risk flying blind any farther. Gold- beck said the plane circled the country club before the pilot brought it in for a landing that damaged neither the plane nor the golf course. However, the incident did raise hob with a few unnerved ladies' qualifying scores. Qualifying play in the men's di vision is set for the coming week­ end with the first round starting on Aug. 1\) and finals being staged! on Aug. 23. Ladies Win 10 Prizes at Whippoorwill ARMONK— Whippoorwill Club ladies* staged a golf tourney here Tuesday, with 10 prizes up for grabs. Mrs. Arthur Gray of Armonk won the Class A prize for the best front nine with a net of 38 strokes, and then solved the back nine in a net 36, to take the 18-hole prize with a net 74. Rules prevented Mrs. Gray from monopolizing the hardware, so Mrs. R.W. Rouse of White Plains was given the 'A' back-nine prize for a 41. In Class B Mrs. Darrell Weav­ er of Armonk led over the first nine holes with a 40, and Mrs. Thomas Ellis led over the back nine and overall with nets of 40 and 69, respectively. Mrs. Ellis of Armonk also won the putting prize with 30. Class C honors went to Mrs. Gerald O'Connor on the front course with 41 and on the full layout with 73. Mrs. Earl Briz- ard took back-nine laurels with a 45. Mrs. O'Connor and Mrs. Bri- zard are from Chappaqua. finale—a gigantic affair with finals in 22 separate events—was divided into sub - novice, novice and ad­ vanced novice divisions and five different age classes for the hope­ fuls, sixteen-years-and-under, who took part. The following is a listing of the winners and runners-up in all fi­ nal events. All finals were contest­ ed in freestyle: PKE WEE (eljjht-years-and younger) — 55 ft Sub-Novire: 1—Loren Hein. Mount Pleasant; 2 — Julia Bentley. Peekskill iWinner'stime 14 4 Mount Pleasant; 2 — Peggy Valente, Peekskill; Time :14 7. 55 ft: Nrtvtcyi — Betsy Kenslenger Bastian. Mount Pleasant; 2. — Lynn Reichardt, Mount Pleasant; Time ;14.7. MIDGET (ten and under) 55 ft. Sub-Novice 1 — Claire Valente. Peekskill; 2 — Carol Sanger, Green- burgh. Time-14.3 55 ft. Novice 1. — Calhy McGrane Mount Pleasant, 2. — Juliette Rolz. Pelham, Time. 13 0 55 ft Advanced Novice: 1. — Gwen Alabaster. Peekskill, 2 — Debbie Ha­ vana. Peekskill. Time 12 3 JLMOR (tuelve-and-under) 110 ft Sub-Novice: 1. — Sub Palmi- ri. Mount Pleasant, 2. — Rita Jaeger Mount Pleasant, Time. 27 7 110 ft Novice - 1 — Mary Ann Wir henhiser. Mount Pleasant 2 — Paula Harvey, Briarcliff, Time 26 1. 110 ft. Advanced Novice 1 — Margar et Davies. Peekskill, 2 —Margo Hrubek, Briarcliff. Time - 25.4 INTERMEDIATE (fourteenand-under'— 165 ft Novice 1 — Bonnie Warner, Mount Pleasant, 2 — Marge Farmer, Peekskill, Time.42.8. Mount Pleasant. 2 -Ceha Sheppard, Peekukill, Time 39 7 165 ft Advanced Novice 1 — Mary Jo Bastain. Mount Pleasant; 2—Bar­ bara Privilello, Mount Pleasant. Time 40 3 SENIORS (slxteen-and-under' 220 ft Suh Novice. 1 — Ginger Gertz Mount Pleasant. 2 — Michele Donohue Peekskill, Time - 55 3 220 ft. Advanced Novice: 1. — Linda GaUin. Peekskill: 2. — Karen Nighten­ gale.Mount Pleasant; Time :53.8. BOY'S EVENTS ' Pee- Wee— 55ft. Sub-Novice: 1 — Joe Doran, Bri­ arcliff; 2 — Ronnie Atlas, Briarcliff; Time :15 3. 55 ft Nov ice 1 —Ronnie Stakes, Bri­ arcliff ,2—Jim Sew alk. Peekskill; Tim* .14.6 MIDGETS—' 55 rt. Sub-Novice: 1.—Doug Brown, :12 7 G. ~^,2.-Ed Schmitt, Peekskill; Time .13.4. —.... „ JUNIORS— „ 110 ft.Sub-Novtce .1 — John Enetfoe, Peekskill; 2 — Nick Furlong, Pel- ham: Time :24 3. 110 ft. Novice- Dick Schmitt: 2.— Mike Torrence, Greenburgh: Time :25.5 Lederer. Greenburgh, 2. — Mark Beln, Briarcliff :Time :22 5. INTERMEDIATE— 165 ft. Sub-Novice Mount Pleasant .2 Croton: Time :39 1. 165 ft. Novice: 1. — Jim King ciff. 2 — George McShane, Pleasant; Time :34.3. 165 ft. Advanced Novice: 1. —Bob Harvey. Briarcliff .2. — Gary Moran. Peekskill: Time .34 3. SENIORS— 220 ft Sub-Novice: Peekskill; 2 — Phil Time -45 3. 220 ft. Novice: 1. Peekskill; 2, Clark Time: 44 7. 220 ft. Advanced Novice: 1. — Ted Flannigan, Peekskill, John Linken, Peek- skill,Time :44 4 Mlxedltelays— Two mixed relay events were also held with Mount Pleasant (Jeff Fowley. Mary Ann Wickenkine, Birck McChain and Bonnie Warnert victorious in Novice com­ petition and Peekskill (Charley Hayes, Margaret Davies, Gary Moran and Carole Pressick) winners in Advance , Novice. 1. — Pete Curciol, — Wayne Edel. Briar- Mount 1. — Bob King, Boyle, Peekskill; — Dick Bennett. Gillio. Peekskill; ADVERISEMENT ADVERISEMENT Asthma Formula Prescribed Most By Doctors-Available' Now Without Prescription Stops Attacks in Minutes... Relief Lasts for Hours! ADVERISEMENT ATHLETE'S FOOT GERM HOW TO KILL IT. IN 3 DAYS, If not delighted with STRONG, In­ stant-drying T-4-L, your 48o back at any drug Btore. Watch Infected skin slough off. Watch healthy skin replace H. Itch and burning are gone! TODAY at O. W. Bodelsen Pharmacy, 319 Main Street, alt. Kisco, N. Y. New York, N. Y. 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