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Square Dance Tickets Are Now on Sale CHAPPAQUA- Tickets are now on sale for the Parent - Teacher Assn. Square Dance to be held Oct. 17 at 8:30 p.m. in the gymnasium at Horace Greeley High chool, according to the co-chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. Johr. Little. Price of the tickets is $1.50 each, which this year includes re­ freshments. They are available through Dr. and Mrs. Herbert Fritz of Roaring Brook Rd., CH 1-1665. Dick Forscher of Armonk, him­ self a teacher who took up square dance calling as a hobby, will be the caller again this year. He usually confines this activity to private clubs, and is well known throughout this area for the dances at which he has been caller in the past. Dick and his orchestra were enthusiastically received at last year's square dance of the PTA. The caller has promised to ex­ plain the steps, and all dances will be walked through first to acquaint those unfamiliar with square dance routines. A number of dessert and cof­ fee parties will precede the dance, and prospective hostesses are asked to contact Mrs. Thomas Burke, CH 1-1671, as soon as pos­ sible. Country Clubs Plan Joint Teenage 'Bop' CHAPPAQUA— A touch of Greenwich Village will come to the Mount Kisco Country Club on Friday night Oct. 16, when the \Beatnik Bop\ will be held for teenage members of the Mount Kisco and Whippoor- wili clubs and their guests. The dance, which will be for those in the ninth through twelfth grades, will be semi-formal. Mus­ ic from 8 p.m. until midnight will be supplied by the orchestra di­ rected by Tommy Mercer. A \King and Queen of the Beat­ niks\ will be chosen in a draw­ ing. Their portraits and those ct other lucky winners will be sketched by talented 1 artist Sherrv Wybrants in the best Village tradi tion. Pizza and coke will be serv­ ed, and football players are as­ sured that these refreshments will be available early enough so that they can enjoy them before train­ ing curfew. Members of the entertainment committee staging the dance arc - Mrs. Fred Dickenson, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Gerard Torborg and Mrs. David Buchanan. Chap- erones will be Mr. and Mrs. C. Alan Smith. Mr and Mrs. Robert Cadwallacter. Mr. and Mrs. W. Frederick Timme. and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kelley. Another Weekend Theft Reported MOUNT KISCO— Village Police reported that about S30 was stolen from the Kis­ co Bottling Co. plant at Hubbell's Cross Road over the weekend; the burglary was the fourth to occur in Mount Kisco during the past two weekends. A fortnight ago, a luncheonette, burglarized and two North Bed­ ford Rd. residents reported the theft of money trom their home. There have been no arrests. SQUARE DANCE TECH­ NIQUE was demonstrated to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ray, presi­ dents of the Chappaqua Par- en-Teacher Assn . by Dick For­ scher who will be caller at the PTA-snonsored dance on Satur­ day. Oct. 17 in the gymnasium at Horace Greeley High School. Watching are Mrs. Donald Lew­ is, left, and Mr^ Lawrence New­ ton. Theme of the affair is \Wait for the Wagon.\ and one of the features of the partv will be calico ties given to the first 50 ladies preset, to present to their \gents.\ Mr.and Mrs. Lewis and Mr. and Mrs. Newton are co-chairmen of the decora tions committee. Low heels and full skirts are suggest­ ed for all the ladies attending the rustic event — Photo by George Haas. Elliott Bliss Resigning FromSchotflBoard CHAPPAQUA— Elliott Bliss, member of the Board of Education of School Dis­ trict 4 for the last three years, tendered his resignation Monday night. The resignation is effective Dec. 1, or earlier if the Board can find a replacement before then. Mr. Bliss said that pressure of business was the reason he was giving up a job he had found \very enjoyable and stimulating.\ He said he preferred to com­ ment later on the details of the business affairs necessitating his resignation. The School Board was not en­ tirely surprised, Mr. Bliss said, because he had informed them last spring that the step might become necessary. Mr. Bliss was appointed to the Board in April 1956 to fill the va­ cancy created by the resignation oi Eugene Gedney, and was elect­ ed the next month for a five- year term. He served as president of the Board last year. North Westchester Times, New Castle Tribune, Mount Kisco, N.Y., October I, 1959 9 Captains Assist Fund In Chappaqua CHAPPAQUA— Chappaqua Special Gifts Chair­ man Edward Necarlsulmer and Mrs. Cuyler MacRae announced that the Special Gifts solicitation of the United Fund of Northern Westchester will begin this week. The general Fund campaign will begin Oct. 11 and will be under the direction of Communities Chairman Thomas K. Fisher. Nine captains for the Special Gifts drive have been enlisted. They are Robert Holland, David Heerwagen, Donald 1 Whelan, Wil­ liam Carlbach. Le Roy Dreher Carroll P. Newton. Morris Lasker, John Sheldon, Duncan Rankin. John Karol, Guy MacBride, and William Hocft. Volunteers in Robert Holland's division, which indues part of Lawrence Farms, are Harold Bul- lard, De Blois Page Jr , Edward Risley. Alan Smith, William Swee­ ney, Fred Timme. Dick Bridg- man, Arthur Schmidt. Eugene Or- senigo. John H. Griffin, and Thom­ as Graham. Morris Lasker of Millwood Road' announces that Eric Kinderoth. Donald McKmley and Dale Snure will be members of his special gifts division. Herbert Heerwagen of Bedford Road reports Philip Kirk and Raymond J. Odiorne as volunteers in his district. JOHN ROBERT POWERS SCHOOL School and Collage Girls Cartar Girls Business and Professional Women Home makers Matrons * Teen Agers FOR POISE AND SELF-ASSURANCE Special White Plains Session Starting October 10th at the Roger Smith Hotel Pot rfie famous Powers Course to work for You I Spend 3 hours once a week Saturday morning or afternoon with John Robert Powers' expert New York instructors improv­ ing your posture, weight, figure, make-up. wardrobe styling, walking, speech, poise and personality. Small congenial budget-wise groups. Abo special programs for teen agers. • INQUIRE NOW • Phone Ann Wall at WHlte Plains 6-9545 POWERS SCHOOL • 247 Park Ave. • Now York 17, N. Y. flow you see H 5 - now you don'H It's like magic^ the way Con Edison camouflages its substa­ tions and other equipment in residential areas. Careful plan­ ning goes into the design of each station. And, wherever needed, we do landscaping — trees, bushes, hedges — to make these substations blend into their surroundings. This is just one of many ways in which j Con Edison tries to be a good neighbor. • ...ourjob is finding better ways -to serve ypu OIL PAINTING of an exer­ cise class held in Chappaqua last year was made by a mem­ ber of the class, Mrs. Cecil Scott, at right, who shows it to the leader, Mrs. Benjamin Sell­ ers. This year's series of class­ es will start next Tuesday at the Parish Hall of the First Con­ gregational Church, and will continue for ten weeks in one- hour sessions on Tuesday morn­ ings beginning at 9 o'clock. Mrs. Sellers is again directing, and Circle 5 of the Women's So­ ciety of the church is again sponsoring the classes, which are open to all interested wom­ en in the area—Staff Photo by Dante Rafiaeh Town Talk Miss Mary Krone and Miss Nance Ad-ele Krone of Sheridan Rd. attended a recent session and dinner of the Northeastern Region­ al Division of Business and Pro­ fessional Women, held at Concord, N. Y. Miss Mary Krone is State Civil Service commissioner. Robert Sandcrcox, assistant pro­ vost of Bethany College in West Virginia, talked to prospective stu­ dents (Friday) at 1 o'clock at Hor­ ace Greeley High School. Bethany, founded in 1840. is West Virginia's oldest degree-granting institution. Mi 'ss Carolyn Metcalfe, daugh­ ter of Mr and Mrs. William Met­ calfe of 27 Overlook Dr.. has been chosen for the cheer loading squad at Geneva College, Beaver Falls. Pa. David H Robinson son of Dr and Mrs. R. L. Robinson Jr. of 51 Wildwood Rd . has enrolled for his freshman year at Franklin and Marshall College. Lancaster, Fa He is a .Tunc graduate of Trin­ ity-Pawling School. Dr. and Mrs Donald Weisman of Seven Bridges Rd. and Mrs. William Carlebach of Hardscrab- ble Rd , will spend the weekend ble Rd., will spend tho weekend in Quebec, stopping at .Chateau Frontenac. Mrs Marvin Camp of Millwood Rd. and her partner. Mrs. Peter Dee of Yonkers. defeated 13 bridge teams on Tuesday of last week, to win the Women's Pair Gub Cham­ pionship staged by the Tuesday Afternoon Duplicate Bridge Club at the YMCA in White Plains. In fourth place were Mrs. F. H. Campbell of Seven Bridges Rd and her partner, Mr<. Joseph Ep­ stein of New Rochelle. Miss Althea Torsleff. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Torsleff of 147 S. Bedford Rd.. has started her freshman year at the Stale University Codege of Education at Oswego. A June graduate of Horace Greeley High School, she is entered in the Elementary Education Division. Bob Judd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Judd of Begg Dr., is the starting left end on the Williams College football team. Ho is a jun­ ior at the college. Registered for their freshman year at Dean Junior College, Franklin, Mass., are Douglas K. Heyel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don­ ald C. Heyel of 8 Marshall La , and Michael Hefner, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hefner of 26 Pond Hill Rd. Graduates of Horace Greeley High School, they are both enrolled in the Business Ad­ ministration program. Word has been received in Chap­ paqua of the birth on Sept. 15 of their third chilrt. a daughter, to Mr. ind Mrs. John D. Anderson of Indianapolis, Ind., formerly of Chappaqua. The child has been named Tracey Elizabeth. Her mot tier is the former Miss Joan Ticrney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tierney of Pine Cliff Rd Mr. Anderson is the son of the laU' Mr and Mrs. /frthur V. An­ derson of Chappaqua. Mrs. Tierney is now in Indianapolis to be with her daughter and to see her new grandchild. Miss Helen Weinland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Wein­ land of 150 Hamilton Rd.. left on Tuesday of last week to start her freshman year at Mount Holyoke College. She graduated in June from Dana Hall, Wellesley, Mass. Mr and Mrs. Hans Courtial of 255 Douglas Rd. have returned from a two-weeks visit to Cape Cow. Three Chappaqua boys have re­ turned to their studies at the Taft School, Watertown, Conn. They are: Lee A Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs. Moorhead Wright of 58 T urner Dr ; Robert Weigh son oi Mr and Mrs. George E. Weigl of McKesson Hill Rd.: and Freder- icK Weis, son of Mr. and Mrs. GOOD HEALTH Without good health, life can be pretty miserable . . . insure the good health of your family by serving milk at every meal! Millc tastes good . . . and it's good for you! When you serve dairy products, majce them L. H. BROOKS . . . because you can expect finer things from L. H- BROOKS ... and get them! _&Uta7n.&ioo*4 HotdmtRkh ' MILK & CREA TEL. MOunt Kisco 6-6034 John F. Weis Jr. of 155 Seven Bridges Rd. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Brown and son Stuart are now occupying an apartment in Bedford Court. The Browns have sold their home on Hollyhock Lane. Dance Class Registration Urged Now CHAPPAQUA— All those interested in register­ ing for the Adult Dancing Class­ es under the direction of Jerry Richards are urged to do so as soon as possible. The Advanced Class is scheduled to start Mon­ day, Oct. 19, and the Beginners Class on Monday Oct. 26. Both classes will take place in the gym­ nasium at Roaring Brook School, beginning at 8:30 p.m. The fee is $17.50 a couple, and checks may be made payable to Adult Dancing Class, Chappaqua, and mailed to Mrs. Edgar B. Smith, 171 S. Bedford Rd. Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Edward Sweeney may be called for additional in­ formation. The classes are sponsored by the New Castle Recreation Commis­ sion and are wholly self-support­ ing. COMING BACK for another family portrait this year at the annual Portrait Studio sponsored by the Couples Club of the First Congregational Church in Chap­ paqua will be the three sons of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford -Zimmer of 56 Martha PI. Left to right, the boys are* Bruce, Scott and Kirk. The Zimmers are one of a number of families who this way keep an annual record of their children's growing up. The studio, which will be held Oct. 16 and 17, has been a popular event at the church foi seven years not only with members of the church but with people from surrounding communities. Local Artists To Appear At 'Studio CHAPPAQUA- Irving Christenson and Steph­ en Fay are two well-known local photographers who are donating their time and equipment to the annual Couples Club Portrait Stu­ dio scheduled to be held on Fri­ day, Oct. 16 and Saturday, Oct. 17 at the First Congregational Church. All proceeds of the Studio will go to the church. A popular event at the church for seven years, the photographic studio now attracts not only mem­ bers of the church but residents from neighboring communities. Many return with their children each year so as to keep an an­ nual record of their develop­ ment. Features of this year's studio include a special offer on Friend­ ship Prints, wallet-size pictures Patients' Sitting Room Is Twig Gift to NW Hospital CHAPPAQUA- A check to covep construction and furnishing of the patients' sit­ ting room on the maternity floor of the new wing of Northern West­ chester Hospital was presented this morning (Thursday) to Jer­ ome Peck, superintendent of the hospital, by the Twig organization of Northern Westchester. The check, which represents three years' work on various fund- raising projects by the eight Twig units comprising the organiza­ tion, was presented to Mr. Peck by Mrs. Hans Riesenkonig, presi­ dent of the Twigs. Mr. Peck then addressed Twig members present at a meeting held at Mrs. Riesenkonig's home on Griggs La., outlining sugges­ tions for projects to be undertaken by the Twigs this year for the ben­ efit of the hospital. Each Twig was represented at the meeting by two members. Reports on Twig work during the summer were made. The eight Twig units in the group are Northern Westchester Twig, Chappaqua Twig. Seven Bridges Twig, Twinberry Twig, Evergreen Twig, Owl Lake Twig, Bent Twig and Laurel Twig. Mrs. C. Alan Smith, vice presi­ dent in charge of the annual Twig Tea and Sale, was hostess at her home on Amandale Dr. yesterday to chairmen of the Twig units. Plans were discussed for the Fair, to be held on Oct. 29 at the Mount Kisco Country Club. John Jay Booters Win Opening Match CROSS RIVER— The John Jay High School soc­ cer team opened a 10-game sea­ son on Sept. 25 with a 1-0 home field victory over 'Lakeland. Con­ version by Dave Farquhar of a pe­ nalty kick provided the margin of victory. Tomorrow, Jays will be host to a strong Yorktown H.S. \11\ and on Oct. 8 they tackle Sleepy Hollow at Tarrytown. NEW ASSISTANT OSSINING—The Rev. Robert A. Brucato of St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church, Silver Lake, has been assigned to St. Ann's Church as assistant to the Rev. Peter Meri­ no, pastor. He replaces the Rev. John Bastone who has been as­ signed to St. Patrick's Old Cathe­ dral, New York City. Chappaqua Girl Scouts And Brownies Now Number 301 CHAPPAQUA- Registered Girl Scouts and Brownies in Chappaqua now num­ ber 301, according to figures re­ leased by Mrs. Harold Seymour and Mrs. Donald Whitney at a re­ cent meeting of the Chappaqua Neighborhood Assn. held at the First Congregational Church. Mrs. Leonard Taylor, chairman, pre­ sided. Mrs. Seymour reported that there are three fifth grade troops, three sixth grade troops, one com­ bined troop of girls from grades six, seven and eight, and one sen­ ior troop. Mrs. Whitney's report listed five third grade Brownie troops and five fourth grade Brownie troops. Both reported a need* for leaders JI some of the troops. Troop leaders have been asked to enlist partici ;Xition of adult Girl Scouts in t'ie United Fund Drive, it was announced. Mrs. Taylor announced that the Chappaqua Area will be entitled to have five elected delegate mem­ bers to the Northern Westches- try Girl Scout Council. Election is to take place in January. Announcement was made that a refresher course for teachers of intermediate scouis would be giv­ en Oct. 26 and 27. The Neighborhood Assn. will meet again on Oct. 15. especially attractive to teenagers; and Christmas cards made from the pictures. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Manches­ ter -are chairmen of the project, assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Sam .Carrier, Mr. and' Mrs. Bruce Bar- stowe. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pen­ nington, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fuchs and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Paulding. Mrs. Harold Pennington may be called at CH 1-0262 for ap­ pointments to the studio. fflddolomj fumiiureffo: \Good Furniture Lasts Forever\ Specialists in EARLY AMERICAN 36 Lexington Ave. MOunt Kisco 6-3535 ELECTED PRESIDENT DOBBS FERRY — Joseph P. Petrix, industrial arts teacher, yesterday was elected president of the village's Professional Teachers Assn. at its finft general meeting of the new school year. He suc­ ceeds Carl Yettru. Petrix is a resi­ dent of New Rochelle, and has been teaching in Dobbs Ferry for two years. Money Available FOR CONVENTIONAL MORTGAGES INCLUDING BUILDING LOANS PROMPT SERVICE SAVE WSTH US BY MAIL WE PAY POSTAGE BOTH WAYS Port Chester Savings Bank 133 North Main Street Port Chester Open Thursday Eves. 6 to 8 Phone WEstmore 9-7200 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. This community has been selected to participate in the largest medical statistical study ever undertaken. Your help is needed right now for a \Cancer Prevention Study\ which will record the family backgrounds, personal habits, medical histories, occupations and other factors in 500,000 families throughout the nation. Responses to questionnaires (which are completely confidential) will be analyzed for clues as to why some people may be more likely to get cancer than others. It is expected that from these records will emerge some common factors which cause cancer. When these are known, it will oe possible to evolve ways of preventing the disease which now strikes 500,000 Americans every year. Put your spare time to work for the sake of your family, your friends, yourself. Volunteer to help enroll families in this vital study. Write or phone the Unit of the American Cancer Society near­ est you. Help prevent .cancer in your community. Fax & 15 So. Moger Ave. Tel. MO 6-8088 A—

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