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Community Events (Continued from Page 4) Church School at a supper party at their home Suitday at 5 p.m. Mrs. Edwin Adams of Grove St., who left July 9 for a tour of Eu­ rope, has returned home. She is the secretary in the office of St. Mark's Church, and reported back to her desk on Tuesday. studies at Manhattanville College, Purchase on Tuesday. Miss Reyn* olds is a sophomore student and graduate of St. Mary's Dioces­ an High School, Katonah. Rabbi C. Melvyn Helfgott of Temple Beth-El chose as his top ic. \In Thy Light\ as the theme for the Sabbath sermon Friday evening. Flowers which adorned the temple were the gift of Mr. and Mrs. I. Biltchik. Miss Gloria Martinez, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henrv P. Mar­ tinez of Green Lane, returns to­ day for her senior year at Endi- cott Junior College in Beverly, Mass. Miss Martinez will partici­ pate in a week of academic and internship conferences and sen­ ior seminars before the semester classes begin on Sept. 19. Miss Patricia O'Connor of Ma hopac, member of the staff ot Mount Kisco radio station WVIP, has chosen Oct. 17 as the date for her marriage to John P. Vallely of Lake Secor. Robert Holloway of the Pioneer Finance Co. on South Moger Av enue. returned last Tuesday from a week's vacation which he spent at his home in Lmcolndale. He has another week coming later in the month. Miss Clementine Jobin, daugh­ ter, of Mr. and Mrs. Fernand Jo- bin of Willets Rd., entered 1 Mount Aloysius College in Cresson, Pa., on Sunday. Her parents drove her down to college. It is her fresh­ man year. She was recipient of a scholarship from St. John's High School, White Plains, in June. David Howe is Community Head for United Fund Drive MOUNT KISCO— . David R. Howe has* been named community chairmani for Mount Kisco for the United Fund\ of Northern Westchester. Mr. Howe is associate section John A. Klauer, special agent of the Arson and Inland Marine Division of the National Board of Fire Underwriters, will be the guest speaker on Sept. 30 at the luncheon meeting of the Mount Kisco Rotary Club in Kittle House, Lawrence I? arms. G. Howard Tay­ lor of Carpenter and Pelton Inc. has arranged for the speaker. The annual turkey shoot of the Sportsmen's Club of Northern Westchester, will take place Oct. 18 at the Adams Sand Pits in Somers. It will begin at noon, guns will be provided for those needing same and refreshments will be served. Harry Neeson, Mount Kisco 6- 3296, will have tickets for the Sec­ ond Annual Fall Dance of the Mount Kisco Soccer Club, sched­ uled for Sept. 26 in the American Legion Hall* There will be a dance contest and \The Seranaders\ will play for the dancing. Mrs. Marion Bonn, local sculp­ tress, has been invited by the Yon- kers Museum to enter some of her work in the forthcoming art exhibition beginning on Oct. 3 and continuing through Oct. 31. Water- colors, oil paintings and sculpture will be included in the show. Mrs. Bonn works in a studio at her McClain St. home and is an art­ ist who rose to critical acclaim after a short period of work, started late in life as a hobby. Mrs. Josephine Abel and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ra- tett, drove to Hobart College on Lake Geneva on Sunday, where they left Harry Abel who begins his freshman year at college. He was graduated from Trinity Pawling School in June and was assistant manager on the yearbook staff. He is also a grandson of Mrs. Sarah Abel, his father be­ ing the late Bernard Abel. Kenneth Stroffolino of the Ken- sico Tube Co. • shop is the lone birthdav celehrator this week, his natal day being today. Miss Michele Reynolds, daugh­ ter of Mr and Mrs. Everett Reyn­ olds of Carpenter Ave. resumed Mr. and Mrs. Gerald (Gene) Le­ pre and tmee-month-old son, Dav­ id 1 Alfred, are now residing in Woody Hill Apartments on Car- pen f er Ave. The Lepres formerly resided in San Diego, Calif. Mr. Lepre is an administrative aide at the Genera) Precision Labor­ atories Inc. on Lexington Ave.. Mount Kisto. He is the son of Mrs. Mary Lepre of San Diego, for­ mer resident of Mount Kisco, and the late David Lepre. His wife is the former Miss PhylKs Rowley of Long Beach, L. I. Postmaster Bernard Daley and Mrs. Daley or Brookside Avenue will be in Stamford. N. Y. on Saturday tor the wedding of their only son, James Daley and Miss Gwendolyn Ballard. Mr. and Mrs Milton Cowperthwaite of Maple Ave., are among relatives from the area planning to attend. Chairman Luther Uhler of the Social and Community Welfare Committee reports that all is in readiness tor the Sunday after noon Kiddies Party at the Mount Kisco Elks Club, long an annua\ event. There will be a card of games wiih prizes, followed\ by the usual ex fresco supper on the rear lawn. Family Party ILNMUttsco Attracts 50 MOUNT KISCO— A family party which feted Mr and Mrs. James A. Brooks of \rv- ington, took place at the home* of Mr. Brooks' mother, Mrs. J., E. Brooks of 22 West Hyatt Asve., Mount Kisco, on Sept. 6. Fifty guests were present fc\r the barbecue supper held on til P lawn, which assembled four c?t Mr. Brooks' brothers and fam­ ilies as well as his grandmoth­ er, Mrs. Matthew J. O'Brien, her sister Miss Mary Reilly, Mr. and I Mrs. Ralph Preston of Larchmont, ^. av -\. ^«»\um^ ...o c^^c. h»r Uon 1S well spent and will assure parents of Mrs. Brooks and her daughter, Kathy. Other out-of-town guests includ­ ed Mr. and Mvs. Robert Brooks and children Elaine, Frances and Robert Jr., of Trenton, N. J.; Mr. and 1 Mrs. Matthew J. Brooks and daughters, Michelle and Christiane of Bedford Hills, Mrs. George Dennett Sr. of Bedford; Mr. and Mrs. Hugh O'Brien and children, Susanne, Maureen, Patrick and John of Stamford; Mr. and Mrs. Timothy Hart and daughter, Anne of Poughkeepsie, Miss Barbara Smith of Lake Truesdale, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Arnold and children Kathleen and Charles of White Plains, Miss Susan and Miss Katherine Grady of New York. head of the design department of General Precision Laboratory, Inc and technical illustration group leader of that firm. In his position as chairman, Mr. Howe is in charge of organizing vounteers in his community who will call on local residents for the contributions that will launch the first United Fund Drive in the history of Northern Westchester. The drive will start on Oct. 14. After meetings, research and opinion surveys conducted by the same people who worked as vol­ unteers for the various charitable organizations in this area, the fund was organized in 1958 to help solve the problem of multiple fund drives. Twenty-four national, coun­ ty and local agencies working in the fields of health, welfare and recreation have joined the Fund to conduct one joint fund raising drive annually In accepting the Mount Kisco chairmanship, Mr. Howe describ ed the United Fund as \a realis­ tic approach to fund raising. Co ordination of the large num­ bers of separate campaigns into a single annual appeal will assure each contributor that his dona- Prayers Mark Soviet Visit MOUNT KISCO— More than 300 worshippers of St. Francis of Assisi Church were present for the special Holy Hour Monday night, held in response to the invitation df Cardinal Fran­ cis Spellman. Auchbishop of the Diocese of New York for pray­ ers for guidance for the president and all leaders of the 1 United States, during the visit of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev. The Rev. Thomas Tobin of the Redemptrist Order preached the Sermon, which was followed by Solemn Benediction of the Bless­ ed Sacrament, celebrated by the Rt. Rev. James A. Boyle, pastor, assisted by the Rev. Thomas P. Cahill and Rev. Terence Foley as deacon and sub-deacon. Special prayers were recited and the Miraculous Novena prayers said. 1st Child Son To Valentines MOUNT KISCO— Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Valen­ tine of Croton Lake Rd.. Mount Kisco, announce the birth of their first child, a son to be piamed Ken­ neth Roy Valentine, born in the Northern Westchester Hospital on Aug. 26. Mrs. Valentine, the daughter of Mrs William F. Johnson of Liv­ ingston, N.J. and the late Mr. Johnson, presented her mother with her sixth grandchild. Mr. Valentine, the son of Mrs. Angela Valentine of Pleasant- ville, is a landscape architect, contractor and excavator. Miss Grif fin Makes Debut POUND RDGE— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Alexander Grifhn of Darien, Conn, gave a dinner dance last Wednesday at Emily Shaw's Inn in honor of their debutante daughte^, Miss Cornelia Griffin. Later, the guests attendbd the dance for Miss Georgia Pugh. Miss Griffin, a graduate oi\ Miss Hall's School, returned from Eu­ rope on Sept. 5. Following their debut at the Darien-New Camaan Autumn Cotillion, Miss Griffin and Miss Pugh will enter Smith Col­ lege as roommates. Young Marrieds Slate Meeting KATONAH— Youger married cduples of the parish of St. Luke's Churchy Katonah, and others interested are being invited to attend <a meeting on Friday, Sept. 25, at 8:15 p.m. in the Parish House in the rear, of the church. Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Brown Jr. of 7 Druid PI.. Katanah, have been asked by the Rev. Hugh Morton, rector, to take the lead in forming this group in order to make a Couples' Club again avail­ able to the many couples who have moved in the parish recent­ ly and would iike to get together for fellowship and services in the life of the church. Refreshments will be served fol­ lowing the meeting. Those unable to attend the meeting but inter­ ested in the work of the group, should call Mr. or Mrs. Brown at CEntral 2-4860. Mrs. Bozeman Visits Her Brother hn Iowa MOUNT KISCO— Mrs. Ann Bozemao of 53 Boltis St. Mount Kisco, has returned from Prescott, Iowa, where she spent 17 days as the guest of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Willjam Stewart. Mrs. Bozeman made the trip from La Guardia Airport and had fine flying weather b/jfth ways. She found her brother in much better health than when she was out last year. He has had a great improvement in his speech and rode to the Des Moines airport, when Mrs. Bozeman left for home, without \fatigue. Mrs. Handley Back From Her Vacation Mrs. Lawrence M. Handley of Dodge Farm has returned from a month at Chatham. Mass., where she had a cottage. During her stay, Mrs. Handley entertained her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Powell of Cleveland*. Ohio, and their baby son, Michael; and her son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence M. Handley, two-year- old Lucy and nine-months-old Ed­ ward. Mrs. Handley, who is director of the Chappaqua Library, reports that she introduced herself to the head of the Chatham Library, and 1 in what she refers to as true libra­ rian fashion re-read the novels of Jane Austen during her vacation. A. M. Westcott Appointed Professor • MOUNT KISCO— Alvin M. Westcott, who taught elementary school for two years in Mount Kisco, has been appoint­ ed assistant professor at State Uni versity College of Education, Os­ wego. Mr. Westcott has been a super­ visor of student teachers at Syra­ cuse University for the past year. He is a native of Mt. Kisco and is the son of Dorothea Slawson Westcott, now of Dobbs Ferry, and the late Lester B. Westcott, who was a pharmacist in Mount Kisco for many years. Lester Westcoti was employed in Schumann's Pharmacy. Mr. Westcott received his bachelor's degree from Oneonta State Teachers College in 1955. He later attended Columbia Univers­ ity and New Paltz State Teachers College, receiving his master's degree from Syracuse University this year. He is currently work­ ing on a Doctor of Education de­ gree at Syracuse. He is married to the former Virginia Cassell of Station Place, Millwood, and they have one daughter, Patricia May. ach member agency of continued stable support. It seems to me tViat this intelligent approach to fund raising in Northern West­ chester is long overdue.\ Mr. Howe, a life-long resident of Mount Kisco, lives on Croton Lake Road with his wife, the former Louine Alden, and their two chil­ dren Carolyn and David Jr. He is a member and former vestry­ man of St. Mark's Episcopal Churcts. Mr. Howe served with the United States' Army from 1942 to 194tf and left the service with the rank of captain. He is a mem­ ber of the New YWork State Socie ty of Cincinnati. An eapty contribution to the fund was voted on by the Mount Kis­ co Lions' Club. The group has sub scribed $1,000 to the United Fund of Northern Westchester, North Westchester Times, New Castle Tribune, Mount Kisco, N.Y., Sept. 17, 1959 !7 United Fund Names Chairman For Professional Division • MBS. FRANCIS GOODHUE JR. MOUNT KISCO— Mrs. Francis ,A. Goodhue Jr., attorney of the firm of Goodhue and Leibowitz, Mount Kisco, has been named chairman of the pub­ lic and professional service di­ vision of the United Fund of Northern Westchester, it was an­ nounced this week. The United Fund has been founded to conduct one campaign a year ,to support national, coun­ ty wide or local agencies serving Northern Westchester. Twenty - four organizations formerly sup ported by separate fund-raising campaigns, will participate in the first United Fund drive which will begin this Oct. 14. Mrs. Goodhue will hold an im­ portant post on the v campaign committee which is headed by chairman Willard S. Simpkins of Bedford Hills. She will be assist­ ed by Mrs. Philip C. Niles of Ar- monk, who will direct solicitation of clubs and organizations, Stan ley Anderson, who will reach pro- Man Arrested Twice in Day MOUNT KISCO— A forty-one-year old West Indi­ an porter, who gave his address as Yeshiva Farms where he is employed, had the dubious distinc­ tion of being arrested twice the same day by village police officers on Sept. 9 and the experience cost him $10. Edward L. Smith was fined $10 by Judge John F. Reed Jr. at a morning court session after he pleaded • guilty to Ptl. Sydney Huckvale's charge of public in­ toxication. The same day at 9.15 p.m., Smith was taken into custody by Ptl. Nial Churchill who accused him of vagrancy after spotting him going from car to car, on Main St. asking for funds. Smith answered that charge the next morning before Acting Judge Pet­ er Buck who suspended sentence Police said the defendant had $12.96 in his possession when ar­ rested-soon after refusing to pay a bill in a Main St. diner 92 NEW HOMFS DOBBS FERRY — Sub-division plans by Saw Mill Heights Inc. for development of the old 26-acre Arnstein Estate east of Ashford Ave. will be the highlight of a public hearing Tuesday, Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. The property will be divided into tracts for building plots measuring from 7.500 to 10,- 000 sq. ft. About 92 one family homes are to be located on the property. fessional units, and Ray Wall, who will be in charge of reaching in­ stitutions and agencies. Wall is executive director of the Boys' Club of Mount Kisco. Mrs. Goodhue, a resident of Mount Kisco, graduated' from Vas- sar College, attended University of Michigan Law School. She is a member of the Junior League of Mount Kisco, the Nwthern West­ chester Bar Association, and is treasurer of Cisqua School. Interested in all phases of vol­ unteer work, Mrs. Goodhue was chairman of the Cancer Drive in Mount Kisco in 1957, has assisted in fund-raising for the Red Cross, the Adoption Service of Westches­ ter, Northern Westchester Hospi­ tal, The United Cerebral Palsy As­ sociation, the Legal Aid Society and others. She was special assistant At­ torney-General of the State of New York from 1952 to 1954 and is first vice president of the Bedford Re­ publican Club. CvCotoGy Sit But dealing with WHAL- EN'S makes it easier to get back to autumn. Try us soon . . . we'll be looking for you. THE BIGGER THE SUMMER. VACATION THE HARDER. THE. PALL. - NORTH BEDFORD Rd. #WaM0.6-9265-83l9 AGENTS FOR GREYVAN LINES A subsidiary of Greyhound Lines Packing • Crating • Storage Rotary Club Seeks Piano for Boys Club The Mount Kisco Rotary Club voted at a meeting last Wednes­ day to sponsor, as a community service, a drive to procure a pi­ ano for the Boys Club of Mount Kisco Dances and other social functions are frequently held at fihe Boys Club building, and a pi­ ano is needed for use at these functions. A committee has been formed by. the Mount Kisco Rotary Club to arrange for the acquisition of an upright piano, and to trans­ port, the piano from the place whejre it is acquired to the Boys Clutt Anyone having information about a piiano which can be procured either* as a donation or at mini­ mum .cost should contact one of the members of this committee, Mauricfe G. Henry Jr., MO 6-3311; Edward Green, MO 6-5667; Joseph F. Maraella, RO 9-2155. Delta Gamma Meeting Plans Charity Ball CHAPPAQUA— The first fall meeting of the Del­ ta Gamma Alumnae Chapter of Westchester will be conducted by the president, Mrs. Glenn Werly of Chappaqua, on Sept. 22 at the home of Mrs. James E. Swaine Jr. of Scarsdale. Dessert will be sensed at l-^O. followed by the business meeting at which final plans will be made for the group's Candlelight Ball which will be held Oct. 24 at the Mount Kisco Country Club. Mrs. Fred Stoll of Chappaqua is general chairman of the dance, which will benefit the newly-form­ ed Blind Service Agency of West­ chester, Inc. The Westchester Delta Gamma alumnae were honored Mondi:' as guests of the Fairfield (Conn.) County Chapter at a luncheon held in New Canaan. The two chapters exchange a meeting each year. Mrs. Wer'-v entertained the ex­ ecutive board yesterday (Wednes­ day) at a luncheon meeting at her home on Overlook Dr. Woman's Club Sets Fund Raising Party MOUNT KISCO— Mrs. William, E. Bertkau of Bis- bee Lane, Mount Kisco, will be chairman for the fund raising card party, being sponsored on Sept. 29 by the Bedford Hills Women's Clrib. The party, which will be held in Fellowship- Hall of the Mount Kisco Presbyterian Church, will seek funds far the Scholarship Fund of Bedford Central District Two. Reservations will be in order and may be telephoned to Mrs. Bertkau at Mouwt Kisco 6-6846. Miss Trotta To Receive R.N. Diploma Miss Barbara Ann Trotta, daugh­ ter of Mr. and* Mrs. Richard Trot ta, Kisco Park Drive, and a June 1956, graduate of the Horace Gree­ ley High School, will be among the twenty-three young women to re­ ceive their diplomas from the White Plains Hospital School of Nursing, tomorrow evening, at the White Plains Woman's Club. Miss Trotta will also be one of three-fourths of her Class to con tinue as graduate staff nurses at the Hospital. Carl H. Pforzheimer Jr., of Pur­ chase, and will be the principal speaker at Commencement. A reception for graduates, their families and friends will be held at Winslow Hall of the School, on Maple Avenue, adjoining the hospital, immediately following the exercises. CINDY'S CINDERS NEW ROCHELLE — A car be- nging to comedian Joey Adams caught fire while parked outside the Greentree Beach Club on Dav­ enport Ave., yesterday, because of a short circuit in the ignition of his expensive 1958 convertible. While firemen were dousing wa­ ter on the blaze, Adams' wife, Cindy, ran out and said; \What are you doing to my car?\ The fire damaged the front interior of the car. BRUNSWICK CROWN EQUIPMENT Announces the near-completion of t h e latest and largest and most modernly equipped bowl­ ing center in Westchester. Equipped with Brunswick automatic pin setters. TEL-E-SCORES... under lane ball returns. ELECTRIC-AIRE hand dryer terminals. EVERY MODERN SERVICE WILL BE AVAILABLE e Free Instruction • Fully Air-Conditioned Men and Ladies locker rooms • Meeting Rooms Pro Shop • Service Telephones from the lanes Supervised Nursery with closed television circuit Complete Restaurant, Bar and Cocktail Lounge Also fully equipped Food Bar with Soda Fountain You'll find every up to the minute service that can be desired in spacious and elegantly furnished center. this BOWLING AT ALL TIMES For season reservation call TEnnyson 4-1830 After 6 P.M. call Mount Vernon 4-5148 LOYAL INN BOWLING CENTER, Inc. 444 Boston Post Road Russ Millefr, General Manager Larchmont 1 AMPLE PARKING FOR EVERYONE! i ' •

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