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North Westchester Times, Mt. FCTsco, N. Y., Feb. 27, 1958 Community First! Continued From Page 4 Fellowship Covered Dish supper, to be held Sunday between 5:30 and 7 p.m. in the Mount Kisco Methodist Church parish hall, Halstead Memorial. Mrs. John T. Andrews of Ward Avenue is in the Northern West­ chester Hospital where she under­ went minor surgery on Monday, Three study groups are at work within the membership of the American Association of Univer­ sity Women with the following chairmen: \Social Problems and Welfare Study\ with Mrs. Louis Fuhn of Pleasantville; \Social Security\ with Mrs. Herbert Har­ mon of Daly Cross Road, Mount Kisco and \International Affairs\ with Mrs. Yolanda Foti of Pleas­ antville as leader. Louis A. Feldman of Woody Hill Apartments was surprised Satur­ day evening when his wife ar­ ranged a birthday dinner party at the Berry Restaurant to mark the day, to which 12 business associ­ ates and friends na been invited. Mr. Feldman is the owner of the Lewis Footwear shop in Ossining. Mrs. Berry made a special birth­ day cake for the occasion. Mrs. Alfred Scharff of Meeting­ house Road, is home following an operation in the Northern West­ chester Hospital, which confined her for a month. She is much improved. Persons wishing to joint the Mount Kisco Methodist Church meet with the pastor, The Rev. C. Pershing Hunter on Saturday be­ tween 10:30 to 12 noon. A showing of Spring millinery the Sisterhood of the Jewish Com­ munity Center Monday evening in conjunction with the regular meet­ ing at 8 .m Mrs. Emanuel Wein- stein will be chairman for the eve­ ning, with Co-chairman Mrs. Jo­ seph Busman acting as commen­ tator for the show. Models will be drawn from the membership. Spe­ cial refreshments are planned. Eugene Mulligan of Byram Lake Road, is a patient in the Northern Westchester Hospital recovering from an emergency appendec­ tomy. The seven o'clock Mass on Satur day in St. Francis of Assis. Church will be offered for Mdsm. Michael Buck, son of the later Mr. and Mrs. Michael Buck Sr. a graduate of the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, L. I lost without trace in the Atlantic when his ship was destroyed by an enemy bomb in World War n Members of the Mutual and > dependent Fire Companies of the Village of Mount Kisco engaged in a friendly game of bowling in the Legion alleys Sunday afternoon, with the \Silksox\ getting the short end of the score, whjch means they had to pick up the tab for refreshments. Scores were not available at press time. Member of Our Lady of Suff­ rage Sociey met yesterday after­ noon in the church auditorium o St. Francis of Assisi Church a 1:30 p.m. BLIND AT THREE Louis Braille, who invented the Braille system which enables the blind to read books by means of raised indentations on the paper, was born with good eyesight. He will be part of the social hour ofbecame blind at the age of three G. MARSHALL Van & Storage Co., Inc. • Sanitized Vans Agent.. United Van Lines, Inc. When it's your move, your best move is to call us! Our expert handling of your furniture includes proper covering and loading to insure safe, dependable trans- portation anywhere, any time. You can count on us to do the job RIGHT! PHONES Mount Kisco 6-5388 Roger 9-0180 'Moving with care everywhere\ Two Elected To Council Of Church Mrs. William O. Weber was elected church historian, and Charles Harris elected to the board of auditors at a meeting of the Church Council of the First Congregational Church, Chappa- qua, Monday night. Mrs. Weber, a member of the church for more than 20 years, has served pre­ viously as a deaconess, a mem­ ber of the pulpit committee, pres­ ident of the Women's Society, church clerk, and treasurer of the Church School. Mr. Harris has been a resident of Chappaqua for two years, and is connected with the First National Bank of New York. The Council authorized the ap­ pointment of a committee of five to review and revise the consti­ tution and bylaws of the church, and report on progress to the May meeting. Prior to the meeting, an inform­ al reception was held for Gordon W. Stearns Jr., who will take up his duties as second Associate Minister beginning Aug. 1. In charge pf arrangements were the following deaconesses: Mrs. Don­ ald Benedict, Mrs. Richard Fag- ley, Mrs. Donald Kellogg, Mrs. George McCoy, Mrs. Francis N. Millet and Mrs. Edgar Smith. Pour­ ing at the reception were Miss Julia Heines, director of religious education, and Mrs. Alfred D. Moore, wife of the Associate Min­ ister. Armonk Barn Blaze Doused ARMONK— The sharp eye of a town High­ way Department employe and the quick response of the Armonk Fire Department yesterday after­ noon was credited with preventing major fire damage on Cox Ave. The employe, Reggie Abrams, spotted smoke curling out of a barn behind the home of Mrs. Adele Gibson. The fire company respond ed to his call and stamped out the fire within five minutes, according to Fire Chief Joseph Arnold. He said if the smoke hadn't been seen by Mr. Abrams, the fire might have traveled through the barn and two other old buildings behind the house. Passenger Injured As Car Skids on Ice BEDFORD HILLS— Rose Marie Mauro. seventeen, of 491 Lexington Ave., Mount Kis co, was injured last night when the car in which she was riding skidded on icy pavement and left the road, police reported. The car was driven by Ronald W. Smith, seventeen, of 57 Park Ave., police said. It slid off Rt. 172, went into a ditch and then struck a utility pole. Miss Mauro was treated at Northern Westchester Hospital for a broken right knee cap and cuts on the right leg. New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N.Y., February 27, 1958 FULL HOUSE .greeted this group of Cantors from the Can­ tor's Institute of the Jewish The­ ological Seminary of New York City, who entertained Sunday evening in the Jewish Commu­ nity Center. The program which consisted of liturgical music, is the first annual presentation of this type of music and was ar­ ranged under the direction of Cantor Arthur Yolkoff, who is choir master at the Jewish Com­ munity Center. Two hundred persons were present. Pictured is part of the group. Left to right are Cantors Elliott Levine, Jerome Kopmar, Edward Ber- man, Samuel Lavitsky and Mau­ rice Beyo — Photo by E. A. Kirchhoff. BI OIL PRODUCER Venezuela, on the northern coast of South America, is second only to the United States in world pro­ duction of crude oil, says the Na­ tional Geographic Society. Seagram, Inc. Promotes Neal Lagan NEAL LAGAN Neal Lagan, of Emery Street, Mount Kisco, associated with the House of Seagram, Inc. since 1940, has been promoted to the post of operations manager for General Wines and Spirits Company, a di­ vision of the New York City firm. In his new post Mr. Lagan will head up a new department in charge of handling budgets, ad­ ministration and production liai­ son. Mr. Lagan began with Seagram's in 1940 in an administrative capac­ ity and has had an extensive ex­ perience with various divisions of hs firm. He was one of the princ­ ipal administrative organizers of the division which he now heads. Mr. Lagan s the son of Mrs. Winifred Lagan of Gregory Ave­ nue, Mount Kisco and the late Patrick Lagan. He is married to the former Miss Henrietta King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas King of Marion Avenue. He ser­ ved in the U.S. Armed Forces for four years, entering as a pri­ vate and rising to the rank of lieutenant. He is a member of American Legion. • Seagram Post 1283, graduated from St. Francis Elementary and St. Mary's High School, Katonah, trained for busi­ ness at Packard Business School and attended New York Univers­ ity and Rutgers University. PLENTY OF IRON The United States and British Southern Rhodesia in Africa to­ gether hold about 60 per cent of the World's total reserve of iron ore. Casts Named For Fox Lane 1-Act Plays Three one-act plays are now in rehearsal at Fox Lane School in preparation for the Dramatic Club's annual competitive pro­ gram, to be presented in the school auditorium on March 22. The sophomore class has select­ ed \Good-bye to a Clown\ with the cast being Sara van Akin, Pam LaRegina, Richard Cale, Thomas Ingegneri, Alice Cohen and Bryar Cotten. The Juniors have selected 'Tarted on Her Wedding Morn\ and Sandra Meyer, Paul Harris, Martha MacLeish, Joel Shimburg and Frieda Smilkstein will com­ prise the cast. \Amicable Parting\ ihe Senior Class selection is a play with just two characters, who will be por­ trayed by Barbara Sheridan and Ronnie Smith. Family Buffet ism *Mr.. and Mrs. Arthur Green of West Main Street Mt. Kisco enter­ tained at a family buffet on Sun­ day, Feb. 2 following the christen­ ing of their third child. The Rev. Thomas P. Cahill performed the 1:30 .P.M.. ceremony in St. Francis of Assisi Church. Mr. and Mrs. John Lacko oi East Main Street were godparents for the little girl, who was named Susan. Her older sister and brother are Linda and Scott. The new baby, born January 12 in the Northern Westchester Hos­ pital, makes three grandchildren for Mr. and Mrs. Angelo De Cunzo of 71 Smith Avenue, parents of Mrs. Green, at whose home the family party was held. 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