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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, August 06, 1959, Image 7

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North Westchester Times, New Castle Tribune, Mount Kisco, N.Y., August 6, 1959 Town Talk In Chappaqua 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 Strett Port Chestor Open Thursday Eves. 6 to 8 Phone WEstmore 9-7200 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. A BUSY HOUSEHOLD and a happy one has been that of the James S. Lester family of ?>'u Quaker Rd . Chappaqua. Eight- months-old Polly Lester, in front, has recently arrived home for the first time since her birth Nov. 17 at Northern Westchester Hospital. She underwent a series of operations to remove obstructions present in her nasal passages at birth, and to allow her to breathe normally. She has been breathing through a tube inserted in her windpipe 1 , but is learning to use her throat muscles and can breathe for quite a Ions time now without the tube. She joins four admiring older sisters trom left to right, Susie, ten; Janic, three and a half; Martha, five and ,a half, and Amy, eight, and a house guest, Miss Yoshi Nishimura of Japan. Miss Nishimura, an exchange student from Kobe Col­ lege there, is attending Rock- ford College in Illinois. She met the Lesters through a mutual friend, and came to visit them in June. She has just returned from five weeks spent as a coun­ sellor at a Girl Scout camp in W. Kingston, R. I. During her June visit, she went over to Roaring Brook School and to Kipp Kindergarten with the Les­ ter girls and entertained the youngsters w ith her pretty native dress and with some Japanese dances. She will return for her senior vear at Rockford next month. CHAPPAQUA- Dr. Richard W. Page and his son Stephen, of 307 Quaker Rd. are on a safari in Africa. They eft by plane on Sunday, July 26 for London from where they flew to Nairobi. Africa, to embark on their hunting trip. They plan to return the early part of Septem­ ber. Mrs. Page and the children, Peter, Denisc. Diane and Don are vacationing at Chatham, Cape Cod, Mass. Carl M. Claus, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Claus Jr. of 19 Paulding Dr. will enter the College of Busi­ ness Administration, Lehigh Uni­ versity. Bethlehem, Pa , in Sep­ tember, one of a class of 730 fresh­ men Freshman week activities will begin on campus Wednesday, Sept. 9, with registration for the fall semester Wednesday, Sept. 16. Claus, a Horace Greeley gradu­ ate, sang in the Glee Club, was on Studrnt Council and active in Scouts, He uas captain of football and track, winning letters in both sports. Mrs. Stephen D. Fay of 128 Roaring Brook Rd. has as her house-guest for two weeks, her sister Mrs c. C. Friton of Glen- dale, Mo Mrs. Friton spent a few days this week at Block Island, and will visit with the Fays until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs James R. Thom­ son of 322 Quaker Rd. have re­ turned from a visit of several days with their son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs. Boris Lo- monosoff at their home in Bell- port, Long Island. Mr. and Mrs. G. Alden Donharri of Ridgewood Terrace, with their daughter, Sandy, left on Saturday to spend a two weeKs vacation at Chatham, Cape Cod, Mass. They have as their guest, Susan Mc- Kinley of Millwood Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Morris A. Hausel \ and their daughter,* Ann, of Hillholme, have returned from a two weeks' motor trip to Virginia and North Carolina. Mrs. Joseph Weiss of 760 King St., and her son, Douglas, left on Friday by plane for New Or­ leans, La. They will fly from there to Guatemala where they plan to study for several weeks at the International School of Art. The Rev. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Nye and their daughters, Nancy and Mary Dale, of 26 Kipp St., will leave Saturday to spend a week at the Family Camp Confer­ ence in Deering, N. H. Mr. Nye will be dean of the conference, which is sponsored by Congrega­ tional churches here and in Long Island and New Jersey. Several other Chappaqua families will at­ tend, for a total of 29 in the local contingent. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Sweat- land and their son Greg, of 317 Millwood Rd., are in Wellesley, Mass . for the Summer where Mr Sweatland is appearing this sea­ son with the Group Twenty Play ers. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Chambers left on Monday to return to their home in Cincinnati, Ohio, after spending a vacation here with Mr and Mrs. C. George Fultz of 9 Pineciiff. Mr and Mrs Fultz who moved to Chappaqua recently from Atlanta. Ga. h.uc a son Butch, who will enter tenth grade at Horace Greeley next month. Mrs. Charles Page of 148 Or chard Ridge Rd. has been confined to bed the past three weeks suf­ fering from a back injury ADVERISEMENT Theater Party Will Furnish RabbVs Study CHAPPAQUA— Funds to refurbish the Rabbi's study at Temple Beth-el of North em Westchester, Chappaqua, wil be raised by a benefit theater partv sponsored by the Women' Guild. The benefit will be a perfor mance of \Oh Genevieve\ on Tuesday evening. Aug. 25, at 8:30 at the Mount Kisco Playhouse Reservations for this mystery comedy may be made with Mrs Benjamin Lipstein, 85 Croton Ave., Mount Kisco, tel. MO 6-8522. Mrs. Leon Gildesgame is president of the Guild. C. Melvin Helfgott of Charlot­ tesville, N.C., has been named new rabbi for the Temple, to take over the pulpit Sept. 1. He succeeds Rabbi Solomon Kahn Kapllan who resigned last spring to accept a position at UAHC headquarters. Mr. and Mrs. Alton M. Gerlach of Dodge Farm visited their daugh­ ter, Miss Jennifer Gerlach, last weekend at Camp Kehonka, Wolf- eboro, N. H. Nineten Chappaqua girls are enrolled at the camp. Mrs. James H. Dodge of Dodge r arm returned today (Thursday.) rom a visit with her cousin, Mrs. Percy Decker of Catskill, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. Allen W. Morel- li of Roaring Brook Rd. returned Monday from College Pond, Ware- ham, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm G. Dun­ can of 22 Pond Hill Rd. and their children, Nancy. Marcia and Grae­ me, are moving Aug. 27 to their new home on Hanover Rd., York- town Heights. Announcement has been made of the birth of a grandson to Col. and Mrs. Edward H. Marsh of 18 Skywood Rd. Christopher Wells Fonda Vas born on July 25 to Mr and Mrs. Larry B Fonda of Plainfield, N. J. His mother is the former Miss Edith Hope Marsh. Mr. and Mjs. Lawrence A. Caso of Old Farm Rd., with their sons Andy and Gary, will leave next week to spend two weeks in Fitz- william, N. H. Enrolled in the freshman class at Russell Sage College, Troy, N.Y. are Miss Virginia McCann. daugh­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Mc­ Cann of 302 Douglas Rd., and Miss Diane Russell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman E Russell of Lawrence Farms South. Freshman Week at the college will begin Sept. 13. ADVERISEMENT ADVERISEMENT ADVERISEMENT THE PLOT OF JANUARY 18 The place: an exclusive men's club in New York City. The subject: money. 1st plotter (dejectedly): We've written each of these guys 7 times and hav.en't heard a peep out of them. Might as well call it quits. 2nd plotter (hopefully): I'll bet they'd come through if we could sit down and talk to them personally. But we're running out of time, and they're scattered all over the country. 3rd plotter (enthusiastically): Let's- talk to them any­ way. By telephone! sociates assemble in the Mark Hopkins Room of the Williams College Club, scene of the final phase of the Williams College Alumni Fund Drive. By late after­ noon they have made\ 632 personal appeals-by telephone —to alumni in every part of the country. , Results: Nearly $6,000 in contributions from' people * who had not responded to 7 previous mail appeals. Moral: Whether you want to raise funds, take advan­ tage of a sale across town or chat with a faraway friend, the easiest, quickest, most pleasant way to dp it is by phone. Yet, for all it does, the telephone is one of the biggest bargains in your b.udget. Sunday afternoon, January 18: Peters and their as- NEW YORK TELEPHONE COMPANY Miss du Pont Honor Guest At Shower CHAPPAQUA— Mrs. P. Craig Smith of New York, the former Miss Bettina French, was hostess on Sunday for a shower party in hftnor of Miss Lorraine A. duPont. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland E. duPont. The party was held at the home of Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. French, 9 Ridge­ wood Terrace. Miss duPont will become the bride of William F. Schriver of Evanston, 111., on Saturday Aug 22. Mrs. Smith will be matron of honor. Guest list for the shower includ­ ed: Miss Gail Kuhn of Scarsdale, Mrs. George Pampel, Mrs. Lola Slipper of Greenwich; Miss Anne Parks of White Plains, the Misses Joan Brinkley, Denise Lyons and Jean Peters, of New York City; Mrs. George A. Donham, Mrs. John Sheldon, Mrs. Stephen Fay and Miss Cynthia Sheldon of Chap­ paqua. Mrs. Gnam to Attend Pipe Smokers Parley BEAR MOUNTAIN— Mrs. Annette Gnam. a member of the Two Woman Pipe Smokers Club of Jefferson Valley, with her club members will be among dele­ gates to the annual convention of Pipe Smokers being held' this year at Bear Mountain Inn, on Aug. 7, 8 and 9. The actual pipe smoking will take place in the Masonic Temple in Peekskill at 3 p.m. on Satur­ day, Aug. 8 Mayor Bartholomew Moymhan of Peekskill has issued a proclamation designating this week as Pipe Smoking Week. 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