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vvyW . • . . •.w.>:.*.v<.%.»*v.v.r , ••• ..v.v. Moses TaylorUnif Elects Committees, Hears Reports DELIGHTED at having per­ suaded Lloyd Walsh of Mount Kisco to accept the party's nom­ ination for Superintendent of Highways in Bedford, the other Democratic candidates were happy to surprise him with an enormous birthday cake on Tues­ day, October 13. In the best political tradition, Walsh smiling­ ly refused to comment, when asked how old he was. \Old en­ ough to know my work, and not too old to do a good job for the Town of Bedford, if I am elect­ ed.\ The photographer was taken by Mrs. Dons Kirchhoff, and one of Walsh's running mates. She is the candidate for Town Clerk. MOUNT KISCO— Members of the Executive and County Committees of the Moses Taylor Jr. Unit No. 136, Ameri­ can Legion Auxiliary, were elect­ ed on Monday night at the regu­ lar monthly meeting of the unit held at the Legion Building. At the close of the election, the new committee members were giv­ en the oath of office by Mrs. Wal­ ter Reynolds. Executive Commit­ tee members include Mrs. Ernest Hahne, Mrs. Florence Nash, Mrs. Douglas Hagan, Mrs. Donald Fitz­ gerald. Mrs. Kelvin MacKenzie, Miss Helen Kelly, Mrs. Althea Davidson, Mrs. Reynolds, Mrs. Harry Odell, Mrs. John Pasquale and Mrs. Newton Comstock. Coun­ ty Committee members are Mrs. Hahne, Mrs. Odell, Mrs. Joe E. Crandall, Mrs. Charles Partelow and Mrs. Thomas Lener. Barn Sale Today, Tomorrow Mrs. Ernest LaRegina report­ ed progress on the barn sale scheduled for today and tomor­ row at the Legion Building. She announced\ that many useful arti­ cles had been donated and should provide the public with an in­ teresting selection. The sale hours each day will be 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Mrs. Nash, membership chair- Board Names New Teachers At 2 Schools MOUNT KISCO— Mrs. John Finch has been ap­ pointed a half-time teacher at the Mount Kisco Elementary School by the Bedford Central District Board of Education. Her appointment will enable the 'enrichment\ program to be con­ tinued there. Since this program calls for the school day of grades four, five and six to bo extend­ ed three-quarters of an hour, one half-time teacher had to be added pt each grade school Mrs. Finch replaced a teachet who resigned. Other Teachers Named Two half-time teachers were ap­ pointed for the Fox Lane School to relieve overcrowded classes in three subjects. Mrs. Dorothy Sheu will teach mathematics and Mrs. Alberta Buerger will instruct sec­ ondary English and social studies In other action, the board voted 4-1 to put school doctors under the Civil Service retirement plan. This means that the doctors and the school district will both contribute to the retirement plan Although the action was manda­ tory. Board President Norman Pierce voted against it because he \resented it being required.\ The Glass will carry heavy loads for short periods of time, but might fracture under the same load if carried for long periods, s?>s Prof. C. J. Phillips of the Rutgers Uni­ versity school of ceramics district has seven part-time school doctors. Three members of the board will attend the State School Board Assn. Convention at Syracuse Oct. 25-27 with Superintendent George C. Richter. They are -Dr. W. H. Russell, Mernll Phillips, and Mrs. Herbert Simmons. man, reported that her quota for this year is 175 members. She urged those present to get their dues in as early as possible. She also announced that membership application blanks were available and may be obtained through her. Christmas Cards on Sale Mrs. Partelow, rehabilitation co- chairman, reported that 12 bowl­ ing balls donated to the unit by the Cross Roads Bowling mana­ gers were given to the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Hospital at Mon­ trose. She announced that the first of the regular monthly bowling parties sponsored by the unit was held at the hospital for 50 women patients on Saturday, Oct. 10. Christmas cards, wrapping ribbons and small gifts were dis­ played at the meeting and orders were taken by the rehabilitation cochairmen, proceeds to go to­ wards the rehabilitation program. Anyone interested in aiding the cause should contact Mrs. Partelow at Moun? Kisno 6-6511 or Mrs. Mar­ tin Marshall, Mount Kisco 6-6231. At the close of the business meeting, a social hour was held with refreshments. The next monthly meeting is scheduled for Monday night, Nov. 16. Community Events RECEIVES DOCTORATE LARCHMONT—The Rev. Albert P. Schilke. 43 Briarcliff Rd., su­ perintendent of home missions for the United Lutheran Synod of New York and New England, has re­ ceived an honorary doctorate of divinity from Hartwick College, Oneonta. Dr. Schilke has been in mission development work for 24 of his 29 years in the ministry. SAVE $22' 1 I I INSURANCE To provide you with the best possible value in auto insurance, Nationwide'tailors rates to local conditions, screens out reckless drivers, cuts red tape. That's why more than 2 million careful drivers select Nationwide. Up-to-date coverage plus top-speed claim payments! Nationwide auto insurance is designed to give you a new high in protection—a new low in cost. It pays to see your nearby Nationwide agent-now! •Annual savings over amount being paid for similar coverage with most other companies on a 1959 Chevrolet Bel Air (proportionate savings on other cars). Rates for pleasure driving only, for dnveri age 25 or over; full coverage Comprehensive; $50 Deductible Collision; $10,000/$20,000 Bodily Injury; $10,000 Property Damage and $500 Medical Payments. Deduct $15 lifetime membership fee •-cherged first year only—from savings shown. Comparison based on rates In effect October 1, 1959. I WHITE PLAINS: 7-11 S6uth Broadway Phone: WH 8-6500 MANHATTAN: 655 Madison Avenue New York 21 Phone: TE 8-9290 NEW CITY: Peter Rosakis Phone: NE 4-4334 I II Ifjf Nf I I I 6> X: ISJGXA/ /c/eas f&r a /Vow Era j£ NATIONWIDE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY • HOME OFFICE: COLUMBUS, OHIO m m PI I; ' < : • CONSULT YOUR LOCAL NATIONWIDE AGENT CLARENCE J. CHRISTIE 295 East Main Street MOunt Kisco 6-9567 Mount Kisco, New York (Continued from Page 4) Knights of Columbus made the presentation of a gold rosary to the late Charled Bowron, shortly before his death as an expres­ sion of fraternal affection. Mrs. John Shelly of Grove St. and Mrs. I. M Rowitt of Armonk, her daughter, were in New York ed Mrs. Edward Murray of Glen City on Saturday where they visit- Cove, L. I., who is a patient in the New York Infirmary. Mrs. Murray, the former Helen Shelly, underwent surgery on Thursday] morning and is making a good re­ covery. Miss Li 11a Robinson of Katpnah is hostess today to members ot the Rosary Altar Rosary card, group, at the home of Mrs. Ed­ ward Heller of East Way. Mrs. Frank Fox of Grove St. was host­ ess last week, with prize winners being Mrs William Blinn, Mrs. Heller and Mrs. Thomas Fitzger­ ald 1 of Bedford. William P. Malsbury Jr. of Main Street, has accepted a po­ sition as salesman with Adams Motors, agents for Dodge Motors on North Bedford Rd. Flowers used on Oct. 11 on the chancel altar of St. Mark's Episcopal Church, were given in memory of the late Mrs. Frank Bishop. The Rev. George F. McKinney, chaplain of Sing Sins; Prison, is the retreat mastrr for tonight's \Evening of Recollection\ at the Cenacle Convent, Armonk Rd. The devotion will begin\ at 7 and end at 10 p.m. Mrs. Edward R. Ahlborn, whose telephone number is MO 6-3376. will be glad to hear from persons willing to assume hostess duties for the newly inaugurated\ \coffee hour\ between Sunday services in St. Mark's Episcopal Church. The social hour is being started to give parishioners an opportunity of get­ ting acquainted. Members of the Women's Socie tv of Christian Service of the Mount Kisco Methodist Church, will be all set at 5:30 p.m. to serve their famous smorgasbord in Halstead Memorial. The second and third sittings will be at 6:30 and 7:30 p.m. and there is a spe cial rate for children. Mrs. Jo- I seph Caraccioli, Mount Kisco 6- I 7888 has a verv few unsold seats for this dinner. Mrs. E. H. Anderson left on Sunday for her home in Cleve­ land, Ohio, after spending ten days with her daughter, Miss Mary Jo Anderson of 67 Moore Ave., who is a librarian at Fox Lane I School. Miss Pauline Baumann, daugh- I ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter S, I Baumann of Route 100 will have a month's vacation tour of Eu­ rope. She flew out early in the month and is expected back about Nov. 1. Mrs. James Arena of Byram Lake Rd. arranged a pilgrimage to see the Friars of the Atone­ ment monastery at Graymoor on the Albany Post Rd. on Oct. 11. Forty-five women, many of them members of the St. Francis of As- sisi Rosary Altar Society enjoyed I the day's outing, having dinner in I the monastery cafeteria and at­ tending the Stations of the Cross outdoors in the rose garden of the monastery. The trip was made by chartered bus. • Mrs. Joseph Charmillot of Main I Sheet, is recovering from an at­ tack of pleurisy, which has con­ fined her to home for a period. She is able to be out again. The old adage \does Mr. Macy tdl Mr. Gimbel?\ was answered in tbte affirmative last week when Maurice Henry of the Mount Kis­ co Rotary Club, seeking a piano • for the Mount Kisco Boys Club I received this item from James F. McMahon of Halstead Quinn Fuel Oil Company, an ardent Lions Club member. Mrs. Kathleen Martin, mother of Mrs. Granger Tripp of Park view Dr., who has been a patient in the Northern Westchester Hos­ pital has returned to the home of her son-in-law and daughter, after a period for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tully o Spring Lake, N. J. have been the house guests of Mrs. Maurice Eg- an of Croton Ave. They attended the funeral last Wednesday morn ing in St. Francis of Assisi Church for Miss Katherine Oxley, who had been a maid in their Crow Hill home when they lived in Mount Kisco. North Westchester Times, New Castle Tribune, Mount Kisco, NX, Qci 22, 1959 Digest Fetes Over 100 For Years of Service TALENTED SINGER, Bob Carney, member of the \Tar- riers\ who have two hit records to their credit, will be the en­ tertainer at the testimonial din­ ner being tendered Samuel Rose ar Art's Inn, Main St. Mount Kisco on Oct. 27. Mr. Carney will give a selection of folksongs as w 1 1 as popular numbers. He has appeared with his group on such television shows as Ed Sul­ livan's, the Steve Allen show and in 1953, won the Arthur Godfrey talent show/ Christmas Sale Set By Millwood Guild MILLWOOD— The Guild of Our Lady of the Wayside Church met last Thurs­ day at the home of the president, Mrs. Neil Gollogly, to discuss its forthcoming Christmas Sale. Mrs. Paul Slader is general chairman of the sale, which will tal<e place on Dec. 5. Her com mittees will be announced later Present plans call for tables selling ha/idmade articles, reh gious articles, homemade goods white elephant items and a grab bag for children. Luncheon will be served at the sale. Miss Marge Scherer of Pleas- antville, dance instructor, will hold a public dance on Nov. 14 in the American Legion Hall with the Joseph Piazza Orchestra playing for the dancing. Members of the Max Pavey Chess Club meet Friday nights in the Mount Kisco Boys Club. The junior group plays between seven and eight o'clock and the senior group from eight o'clock to clos ing U. S. Ambassador to Belgium, William A. M. Burden of \Up lands\ is among the members of the Browning School Building Fund Committee in New York City, which will solicit funds for an addition to this well known school on East 62nd Street. An alumnus of the school, he wil serve with Secretary, of State Christian A Herter and a group of distinguish ed men and women in public life. The first effort will be a benefit of \The Sound of Music,\ a musi cal starring Mary Martin and written by Russel Crouse and How' rrd Lindsey. authors of \Life with Father.\ The performance will take place on Nov. 23 at the Lunt Fontanne Theatre V7> FIGHTS FARE INCREASE RYE—Mayor Robert Hughes, in response to a letter he received from New Rochelle Mayor George Vegara requesting a letter be sent to the Public Service Commission asking that the new fare increases on the New York New Haven and Hartford Railroad be denied, re­ ceived approval by the City Coun­ cil to protest the fare increase. Hughes stated Wednesday that the City Council wftl get a letter off to the PSC immediately protesting the fare hike. CHAPPAQUA- I More than 100 employees of The) Reader's Digest who served the magazine for periods of ten, fif­ teen and twenty years were hon­ ored yesterday at a Service Awards Party at the Maison La- fitte Restaurant, Briarcliff. The. \old-timers\ received their awards, whose value increased ac­ cording to length of service, from Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Wallace, co- editors and publishers of the mag­ azine. Digest General Manager Albert L. Cole of Greenwich, Conn, was among the honorees. He joined the magazine in 1939. Not physically present at the party was another twenty - year \veteran\ — the headquarters of the Digest. The red brick Georgi­ an Building has been a landmark on Route 117 between Chappaqua and Mount Kisco since its com pletion in 1939. Entertainment was provided by the Pasquelleri Trio, who regularly perform at the Tappan Hill res­ taurant in Tarrytown. Names of the award winners and 1 tlieir lengths of service fol­ low. 20 YEARS Twenty years: Mary Anna At kinsr/n, Croton; Viola Beriingo, White Plains; Peter Cary, Wilton, Com.; Albert L. Cole, Greenwich, Conn.; Mabel Daniels, Pleasant ville; Leah Davidson, Ossimng; Lesli: L. Dawson, Bedford Hills; Detty Dore, Pleasantville; Henri ctta Dunn, Crotonville; Iris Feld buson. Hawthorne; Helen Hector, Armonk; Y r a n c e s LaBaroera, Moun Kisco; Jeanne LaBarbera, Mount Kisco; Rose Lancaster Bedford Hills; Dorothy Morgan, Pleat-antville; Katherine Muller, Hawthorne; Rita Olson, Pleasant ville; Abel Rodrigues, Chappaqua; Theresa Rodrigues, Chappaqua; Teresa Sparks, Pleasantville; Fred D. Thompson Jr., Central Valley; Carvl Wetzel, White Plains. 15 YEARS Fifteen years: Florence Arco, Marhasset; Helen Bell, Chappa Pleasantville; Gertrude Arundel, Manhasset; Helen Bell', Chappa­ qua; Frederick Brooks, Chappa­ qua; Marie Bush, North Tarry- town; Amelia Collabollettft, Croton Falls; Elva Daley, Mount Kisco; Gordon Davies, Tarrytown; Pau\ DeKruif, Holland, Mich.; Joseph ine De Silva, Pleasantville; Rosei. Eilers, Mount Kisco; Lydla Gal--' lagher, White Plains; Grape^Tjal- luzzo, Ossining; Virgjhiia-'Gariley, White Plains; Mary G a n u n g, sining; Pauline Juliano, Ossining; Katonah; Genevieve Hewitt, Os­ sining; Pauline Juliano, 0§siiiing; Marjorie Lazar, Cross River; John Lieto, Mount Kisco; James Mc- Cabe, Armonk; Bertha McWaters, Mount Kisco; Forence O'Connell, Ossining; Enez Pianforini, Katon­ ah; Joseph Plescia Jr., Peekskill; Kent Rhodes, Bedford Village; Rita Salvati, Mount Kisco; Freda Schlickman, Armonk; Ida Stevens, Elmsford; Marie Teixeira, Mgunt Kisco; Madeline Whitney, White Plains; Carolyn Wilson, New York City. ~- Ten years: Virginia A1 i a n o, Brooklyn; Josephine Alston, Elms- ford; Erling Andresen, Bedford; Helen Barrett, Mount Vernon; Anna Bingley, Yorktown Hts.; Pearl Bingley, Yorktown Ht.; Anna Burns, Bronx; Richard Cam- bareri, Mount Kisco; Mary Chris­ tian, Bedford Hills; Elizabeth Col­ lins, Jackson Hts.; Elsie Conrad, White Plains; Flora Drury, Car- mel; Mary Elluzzi, Mount Kisco; Andrew Foca, Yorktown Hts.; Margaret Genther, White Plains; John Herbert, Mount Kisco; Fae Ingerouville, Bronx; Lea Kitchen, White Plains; Thomas Leonard, Yorktown Hts.; Vera Lotrue, Brew­ ster; Neal McDermott, New Rich­ mond, Wise; Veronica'Magliochet- ti, Bedford Hills; Katherine Mer- ritt, Ossining; Joya Messina, Mount Kisco; Natalie Moreda, White Plains; Robert Omme, Mount Kisco; Mary Overton, Peek- skill; Hazel Pennie, Bdeford Hills; Nicholas Post, Harrison; Charles Quinn, Larchmont; Walter Rett- ker, Tarrytown; George Henri Revay, Paris, France; Evelyn Rumney, White Plains; Archer Scott, New York City; John Si- moes, Ossining; Bertha Smith, Mahopac; Mary Somerville, Mount Vernon; Robert Strother, Island Creek, Maryland; Marie Supple, Lincolndale; Concetta Tassoni, Os­ sining; Lydia Thomas, White Plains; Marie Warden, Bronxville, Emily Wassmer, St. Albans; Haz­ el Wecker, White Plains; Eliza­ beth Whitaker, Tuckahoe; Gloria Whitman, White Plains; Jane Wil­ son, Yorktown Hts.; Carol Yellin, White Plains. FOX & SUTHERLAND 15 So. Moger Ave. Mo)int Kisco, N.Y. Science Materials Center Recent visitors to the weekly luncheon meeting of the Mount Kisco Rotary Club included Al Sillery of Harrison; Dave Under­ bill of Dobbs Ferry; Edward Som- ers of Katonah; Maybury Flem­ ing and Frank Briante of White Plains, and Henry Milliken who was the guest of Otty Norwood. Miss Nancy Peck, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Jerome Peck of Or­ chard Rd. has been elected house president of her dormitory at Mid- dlebury College, in Vermont, for the ensuing year. In her new role, Miss Peck, a junior year student, will act as intermediary between dorm residents and the adminis­ tration of the college and will take an active part in the student G.O. At the Tuesday evening meeting of the SDortsmen's Club of North­ ern WMtchester, the members viewed a color film entitled \Each Year They Come,\ which shoewd the migration of waterfront from Canade to the South and west to the Rockies. The group met in the Memorial House, Katonah. G. Hollister Brown of West Pa­ tent Rd. is absent from his desk in the Mount Kisco National Bank and Trust Co., a patient in the Northern Westchester H o s p l- tal, where he underwent surgery last week. Mrs. Benjamin Griffin, Mrs Josephine Fickling and Mrs. Lou ise Medford, all of Maple Ave., were in New York City on Satur­ day where they attended the luncheon on the Waldorf Astoria Starlight Roof which honored Mrs. Bessie Emanuel of White Plains, former teacher and a member ol Bethel Baptist Church, White Plains. The occasion was the Founders Day and Awards lunch eon of the Westchester County Business and Professional Wom­ en's Club. Mrs. Griffin is a per sonal friend of Mrs. Emanuel of long standing. Two Mount Kisco students en­ rolled this year at the Emma Wil lard School in Troy art Miss Jud ith Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Thomas of Peters ville Farms and Miss Anne Ber wick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Berwick of Pines Bridge Rd. Miss Thomas is a second yeaj student and Miss Berwick is in her first year. A second collection taken up at all the Masses in St. Francis of Assisi Church Sunday, was for the annual Mission Sunday appeal held each year throughout the United States. The Rev. Lee M. Fairchild pas tor of the Mount Kisco Presbyteri an Church, left for South Salem di­ rectly after the 11 o'clock service Sunday to fulfill his position as act ing moderator at the Presbytery o; Westchester County, at a 12:30 p.m. meeting. Teachers in the Southeastern Dis trict of the New York State Teach ers Associaton, of which Westches ter County is a part, will attend a conference in Carnegie Hall, New York City on Friday, Oct. 30. Schools will be closed on that day. 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