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North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., Nov. 20, 1958 f Bedford Village News * JT %^r**«« * — _ __ . Mrs. William Marseilles of Wac cabuc, regional chairman for the Smith College Scholarship Fund has named Mrs. Bernard L. Finn of Harris Rd., as chairman for Bedford. To benefit the fund, al­ umnae are now conducting the an­ nual sale of bags of shelled pe­ cans. Proceeds are devoted to pro­ viding scholarships for Westchest­ er County students at Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Evans of Greenwich Rd., Bedford, return­ ed recently from a European trip. They had been abroad since Sept. 5. A Mother's Tea will be held at the Bedford Village Nursery School Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. The school, for which Louis Frank is chairman, and Mrs. Martha Wie- land is teacher, now has an en­ rollment of twenty pre-school boys and girls. Jhn Ward Leathers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Leathers of Mid­ dle Patent Rd., Bedford, celebrat­ ed his tenth birthday on Thursday of last week, taking his friends into New York City where they enjoyed the boat trip and Statue of Liberty tour. Present were John Merriam, Dick Walhngford, John Morsp, Richard Seyffarth and Jeff Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Penny of Loop Rd., will return the middle of December from Florida where they have been vacationing at their house in Sarasota. They have rented a house on the Pound Ridge Rd., where the family will live during the rest of the winter. They left for Florida on Sunday, Nov. 9. James Shuttleworth and John Bell of Bedford, were in New York City for the week of the National Horse Show at Madison Square Garden. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur T. Cooper of East Middle Patent Rd., Bed­ ford Village, had at their table at the Whippoorwill Club dinner dance Saturday evening—Mr. and Mns. Robert Bode of Chappaqua Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Paul of Mount Kisco, Mr. and Mrs. Ar­ thur Gray of Armonk, Mr. and Mrs. ,John English of Chappaqua and Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Lenz of Hartsdale. Mr. Cooper is enter­ tainment chairman for the club. The dinner dance celebrated the club's eleventh anniversary and honored the president, Jack Rees of Chappaqua, and also past pres­ idents. The party is the club's last social event until the New Year's- Eve dance. Miss Elizabeth Cnobloch, daugh­ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cno- block of Cantitoe Rd.. Bedford, returns next Wednesday from Smith College, Northampton, Mass., for the Thanksgiving holi­ days, and will bring as her house- guest, Miss Adelaide Ray of Mem­ phis, Tenn., a college classmate. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard L. Finn of Harris Rd., Bedford, have re­ turned from a month's trip by car through the mid-West. During their trip Mr. Finn had business appointments in Minnesota, Oma­ ha, Kansas and other central and Western states. They visited for a weekend with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard S. Finn who were mar­ ried Sept. 6 and are living in Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weber and their son moved to Bedford this Fall. They have purchased the Penny house on Loop Rd. The Weber family formerly lived on Millwood Rd., Mt. Kisco. Miss Charlyn Penny, Philip Carlson and Edwin Carlson, all of Bedford, were at the National Horse Show, Madison Square Gar­ den. PTA MEETS Miss Edna Hedger, coordinator of elementary curriculum for CD No. 2 school district, was the speaker Tuesday evening at the Bedford Parent Teacher Associa­ tion meeting. Miss Hedger partic­ ularly discussed the enrichment program. An entertaining feature of the meeting was the auction held after the program, with Ir­ win Uellendahl serving as the auc­ tioneer. Items put on the block were serving dishes, plates and cooking utensils which had accum­ ulated over a period of time in the school's kitchen, left behind after members had contributed food items to various PTA dinners, picnics, teas, etc. All other efforts to persuade owners to claim their crockery having failed, the PTA decided to auction the items off, thereby clearing the pantry and swelling the treasury. Mrs. Albert Svenheim is staying with her daughter, Mrs. John Beii of Millertown Rd., Bedford, be fore leaving later this winter for Florida. Mrs. Svenheim returned on the S. S. Gripsholm on Thurs­ day, Nov. 6, from a trip to Europe. She spent four months traveling and visiting with friends and rel­ atives in Norway and in Sweden, Little Mary Rives, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Rives of Broadbrook Rd., Bedford, had a party for her young friends Sat­ urday afternoon, Nov. 8, celebrat­ ing her fourth birthday. Districteer Readied for Distribution The first edition of the 1958-59 Districteer, published by the Board of Education; written by volunteers of parents, is due off the press in the next two weeks Copies are distributed free to each resident in the school district. The leading article in the first issue has been written by Sloan Wilson of Pound Ridge and has been entitled \How good Is Fox Lane?\ Editor-in-chief of the publication is Mrs. Shirley Milton of Mount Kisco. Other writers for the Districteer are Mrs. Willard R. Espy, Mr. John L. Sherrill, Mi's. Benjamin Lipstein of Mount Kisco; Mrs. Ralph Danziger and Mrs. Ernest gray of Bedford Hills; Mrs. Paul Newlon and Mrs. Selma Hirsh of Pound Ridge. Art Director is Mr. Albert Saroka. Inquiries regarding the Districteer may be directed to the office of the Board of Education, it was stated. Cake Sale Clears $256 Court Newman Junior Catholic Daughters of America held a very successful cake sale in St. Fran­ cis of AssLsi Church auditorium on Nov. 8 which netted the treasury $256. A recorder which was given away was won by Samuel Baffi of North Bedford Road. Miss Joyce Hammond won a gold bracelet for having earned the most money for the special gift award; Raymonda Denys received a heart on a gold chain for the solicitation c£ the greatest number of cakes for the sale and Barbara Rumven receiv­ ed a bottle of perfume for contrib­ uting the best poster in the post- ter contest which advertised the sale. The sale was the joint project of all of the troups in the Mount Kisco unit and was under the su­ pervision of Miss Margaret Sgrul- letta, Junior chairman. Jewish Men's Club To Hear Trooper, Sgt. Francis J. Simonis of Troop K, New York State Troopers at Hawthorne, will . be the guest speaker at the Nov. 23 meeting of the Men's Club of the Jewish Community Center, Smith Avenue, Mount Kisco, for the monthly Sun­ day morning breakfast of the group. The breakfast is scheduled for 10 a.m. in the Center auditorium. Sgt. Simonis has chosen as his topic, \Safety on Our Highways.\ The breakfast is being sponsored by two of the members of the Men's Club. Barn Dance Friday At Community House A barn dance under the auspices of the Bedford Hills Community House, will be held Friday night, Nov. 21 from 8:30 P.M. to 12:30 A.M. Mrs. E. A. Berol, program chairman for the Community House, is arranging the affair which is open to the general pub lie. Admission will be charged. Elisha Keele'r of South Salem will call the sets and his orches- ti a will play for dancing. Mr. Keel- er is famous throughout this sec­ tion of the country as an instructor and caller for barn dancing. He has been heard on radio, has made a movie short for RKO Pictures and has also wnrked with ballet master Blanchine. CARD OF THANKS KNAPP We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their kind expressions of sympathy dining our recent bereavement, Oliver A. Knapp, Sr. and Family No. 1 Specialist In Long-Distance Moving agent ALLIED VAN LINES, Inc. This Week Our Weatherproof Trailer Vans LEAVE FOR . . . Southern Pines, North Carolina; New Orleans, Louisiana; Ft. Lauderdale, Florida; Kansas City, Missouri; Lomito, California LOCAL MOVING-STORAGE-RUG CLEANING CONSULT US regarding removals to or from these or Intermedial* points for delivery in Pleasantville or vicinity or for storage in OUR MODERN FIREPROOF WAREHOUSES • USED FURNITURE BOUGHT and SOLD O Our Service now Includes Veekty trips to and from Boston • Philadelphia • Chicago • Washington Elf A KIC MT * PEASANT Cf Arid VAN & STORAGE INC, CALL ROgers 9-0350 6ff SARLES LANE Pleasantville, N. Y. Specialists In MOVING • STORAGE WHIte Plains 9-0084 — SCarsdale 3-2929 MR. AND MRS. ELIE OUIMETTE Ouimettes Observe 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Elie Ouimette of Greenway Rd., North Castle Es­ tates, celebrated their fiftieth wed­ ding anniversary at a dinner and reception given by their children at the Top Hat Restaurant, North White Plains, Saturday night. Be­ tween 80 and 90 relatives and friends attended. Mr. and Mrs. Ouimette were married on Nov. 18, 1908 at the Lutheran Church in White Plains, where they lived until moving to Armonk three years ago. Mrs. Ouimette, a native of White Plains is the former Elizabeth Matthies. Her husband was born in Iber­ ville, Canada, coming to the Unit­ ed States about 1900 and becom­ ing a citzen shortly thereafter. Four of the guests at their wed- ing party a half century ago were present Saturday night: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eberle of Mount Ver­ non, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wil- kenson of Brewster, all cousins of Mrs. Ouimette. Guests also were present from Canada, California. New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and the county. The couple's children are: Mrs. Ambrose Lombardo, Mrs. H. J. Williams and Fred Ouimette of White Plains, Mrs. Rita MacFall- an of Armonk and Mrs. Donald Spears of Carmel. One son, Larry, is deceased. There are sevea grandchildren and three great­ grandchildren. Mr. Ouimette is a semi-retired general contractor and builder. He operated a firm under his own name in White Plains for more than 50 years and constructed the city's first apartment house on Odeli Ave. in the early 1900's. He is a former member of the [(Yonkers Gun Club, the New York Athletic Club, the Booneville Gun Club, Elks and various other lodg­ es. He had a reputation as a crack shot at trap shooting, winning tro­ phies through the years. Despite his coming 80th birthday on Dec. 14, he retains an interest in sports and still does some fishing. FREDERICK SUNDERMANN of Bedford Village elected execu­ tive vice president of National Bank of Westchester at the monthly board meeting yester­ day. Sundermann has been vice president in charge of adminis­ tration. He joined NBW in March of 1955 coming from Manufactur­ ers Trust Co. where he was an officer in the correspondent banking division. Sundermann started his banking career with First National Bank & Trust Co. of Tuckahoe in 1936. Gift Sale To Feature Smorgasbord A Christmas Gift Festival is planned for tomorrow from 5 to 8 P.M. and on Saturday from 10 A.M. to 3 P.M. in the Bedford Presbyterian Church. The special feature tomorrow will be a smorgasbord dinner served from 5 to 8 p.m. A variety of cold meats, fish casseroles, as­ pics of fish and meat, vegetables salads, potatoes and meat balls and desserts will be provided. Chil­ dren and adults are cordially in­ vited. Several booths selling Christmas articles will be on display. Chinese specialities made by Hong Kong refugees, fancy work, dolls and children's clothing will also be featured. On Saturday the booths will be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. White Elephants, hand sewn articles and Thanksgiving specialties will be for sale. Home made soup and sandwiches will be sold from 12 noon until 2 p.m. County Trust to Open New Office on Jan. 1 The County Trust Co. has been granted permission to open an of­ fice at 622 East Boston Post Road just south of North Barry Avenue in Mamaroneck, Dr. Joseph E. Hughes, chairman of the bank, announced today. The new office will be establish­ ed in an existing building and the opening has been tentatively scheduled for early January, 1959. It will be the bank's second office in Mamaroneck and 40th in West­ chester County. William Horowitz Painting Contractor 04 Woodland St. MOunt Kiseo 0-4091 and MOunt Kisco 0-9278 GPL Awarded New Air Force Contract Headquarters of the Air Mater­ iel Command at Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, has an-* nounced the award of a $1,155,351 contract to General Precision La­ boratory Incorporated, Pleasant­ ville, a subsidiary of General Precision Equipment Corporation. The letter contract, which is ex­ pected to total $2,640,000 when fi­ nalized, is for components of the AN-APN-81 — one of GPL's fam­ ily of self-contained airborne navi­ gation systems. The equipment covered by the new contract is slated for installation in Air Force B-52, KC-135, and RB-66 aircraft. VIEWING some of the events Madison Square Garden last week were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Westa of Bedford Village—Staff Photo by Dante Raffaeli Pound Ridge Players Ready To Present \Blithe Spirit\ New Casffe Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., November 20,' 1958 , J Pound Ridge Activities Mrs. Guy Rainsford of West Lane, Pound Ridge, was the read­ er for the Story Hour last Satur­ day morning at the Hiram Halle Memorial Library naments hand made by, the pa­ tients. Gift-wrapping winners were Mrs. Ralph Bouton, best in show, Mrs Russell Young Jr.,-best in class, and Mrs. Robert Fitzhenry, best in class. Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Reynolds of Westchester Ave., Pound Ridge, have moved to Fort Erie, Ontar­ io, Canada. Mrs. Paul L. Tyson left by plane on Tuesday to fly to Nassau in the Bahamas, for a three-week va- vacation. Judge and Mrs. L. Ruggles Bar­ nard of Westchester Avenue, Pound Ridge, will have as their houseguests for the Thanksgiving weekend, Mrs.i Barnard's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Barnard's son-in-law and \daugh­ ter, Mr. and Mrs. Chester R. La- Roche of White Plains, and their two children will join the family. New officers of the Basket Town Garden Club for 1958-59 are: Mrs. Marshall Seifert, president; Mrs. Walter McKinnon, first vice pres­ ident; Mrs. Charles D. Blaisdell, second vice president; Mrs. George Lohman, treasurer; Mrs. Clinton C. Boone, recording secretary, and Mrs. Bernard F. Bertland, corres­ ponding secretary, Mrs. • Robert Callan is the retiring president. Tickets are now on sale for the Pound Ridge Players' production of Noel Coward's high spirited comedy hit, \Blithe Spirit,\ which will be presented to the Pound Ridge School on Friday, Nov. 28, and Saturday, Nov. 29, at 8:30 p m. This laugh success about a man who finds himself with the ghosts of two wives on his hands was de­ scribed as \a completely insane farce that is also uproarious\ by Brooks Atkinson, metropolitan newspaper critic. The comic complications' in \Blithe Spirit\ begin when Charles Condomine, a successful novelist, and his second wife, Ruth, invite some friends in t o observe seance presided over by the local medi­ um, Mme. Arcati. A cheerful bust­ ling soul, she turns out to have a real pride in her craft but even she is not prepared for the res- suits obtained. Without meaning to do it at all, Mme. Arcati brings back Charles' first wife, Elvira, a gay mischievous spirit who is in­ visible and inaudible to everyone but Charles. Hearing only Charles' end of his conversations with Elvira, Ruth is at first angry, then hysterical and finally desperate. Elvira tries to get Charles \to the other side\ so she can have him to herself, but accidentally, she gets Ruth in­ stead, so the • poor man has two ST. LUKE'S CHURCH Services in St. Luke's Church, Katonah, will be marked by the observance of Trinitytide for the last time until next May as this day, \The Next Before Ad- t\ is- the last one in the church year; the new church year starts with the beginning of the Advent Season on the 30th. Holy Com­ munion will be celebrated at 8 a.m. and at the 11 o'clock service of morning prayer, the Rev. Hugh Morton, rector, will preach on the topic, \On Being Stirred Up.\ INVEST FOR 90 DAYS OSSINING - Investment of $600- 000 in 90 -dEty U.S. Treasury bills has been approved by the Ossin- ing Board of Education. ghosts and a distraught medium on his hands all at once. Beth Zander will be seen as El­ vira, the pretty ghost of the first Mrs. Condomine and Georgia Hess will play the part of Ruth, Wife No. Two. Jo Peay will portray the hilarious hearty medium, Mme. Arcati. Michael Ingram will be seen as constantly perplexed Con­ domine. Other roles will be taken by Joyce Anderson, Peggy Burtchaell and Jesse Skolkin. Ticket sales and reservations may be made at The Discovery Shop in Pound Ridge, PO 4-5582. Tickets may also be purchased at the Pound Ridge School shortly be­ fore each performance. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barker of Westchester Ave., Pound Ridge, were honored with a surprise par­ ty given by relatives and neighbors on Monday evening of last week, on the occasion of their silver wed­ ding anniversary. About 25 attend­ ed. Mr. and Mrs. Barker are both natives of Pound Ridge, and have lived all their lives in the com­ munity. Among those attending the anniversary celebration were their three children and their first grandchild, Mr. and Mrs. William Barker and infant Charlene; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barker and Miss Nancy Barker. Mr., Mrs. Geller Have First Child Named Jerriann Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Geller of 25 Spring Street Mount Kisco, welcomed their first child, a daughter to be called Jerriann Michele, born in the Northern Westchester Hospital on Oct. 30. Mrs. Geller is the former Miss Gloria Feldman. daughter of Mr. a nd Mrs. Albert Feldman of Newark, N.J. who now have three grandchildren. Mr. Geller is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Geller of Lake Lin- colndale who now have two grand­ children. ETHICAL CULTURE TALK \Group Worship,* the New Or­ thodoxy?\ was the subject of a talk by Henry D; Austin, leader of the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture, and a former Methodist minister, at the weekly platform meeting of the Northern Westches­ ter Ethical Society Sunday morn­ ing at Pleasantville Free Library. He took up criticisms of an un­ thinking \togetherness\ madfe by David Riesman, author of \The Lonely Crowd\ and by Robert Smith in \Where Did You Go? Out. What did you do? Nothing\. \ coffee hour followed. Mr. and Mrs. William Fenton of Cradle Rock Rd., Pound Ridge, are spending a vacation in Miami Beach, Fla., until Dec. 1. They made the trip by car, leaving Sun day, Nov. 2. John Merriam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Merriam of Horse­ shoe Hill Rd., Pound Ridge, was host on Saturday for a party cele­ brating his tenth birthday. His sis­ ter Abigail was present, also the following friends: John Klarfield, Roland Weil, John Leathers, Wil­ liam Shalen, John Steed, Stephen Jackson, William Baring-Gould, Courney Burr 3d, Lawrence Casa­ nova, Philip Harang, Richard Zur- rell, Bruce Seifert, Kenneth Nil- sen, Howard Lasus, Bruce Seifert and Lonnie Epstein. Mrs. Richard Sawyer and her seven-month-old daughter, Terry, arrived from Portland, Maine, last Thursday for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Kendall Clarke of Honey Hollow Rd., Pound Ridge. Mr Sawyer will be in business in Win­ terna ven, Fla., where he will pi­ lot amphibious planes. Valerie Clarke will arrive next Wednesday from Allegheny College for the Thanksgiving vacation at home. Nino Mattina, Americal Field Serv­ ice exchange student from Paler­ mo, Italy, who lives with Mr. and Mrs. Clarke, will have -his first American Thanksgiving with the Clarke family. Three Pound Ridge women were among the exhibitors in the Gar­ den Therapy display at the flower show held by the Federation of Garden\-Clubs 'at the New York Athletic Club on Wednesday and Thursday of last week. The worn en exhibited their prize-winning Christmas gift packages which had been judged winners in the re­ cent Basket Town Garden Club competition. The packages were gifts to be sent to the women pa­ tients at Montrose Veterans Hos­ pital. They were displayed under the spectacular six-foot Christmas tree elaborately'decorated with or- Kisco WSCS Plans Tea, Gift Sale Mrs. Horton Lindsley of Circle Drive, Mount Kisco, has accepted the chairmanship for the annual Christmas tea and gift sale to be given on Thursday, Dec. 4, by the members of the Mount Kisco Methodist Church women's Society of Christian Service in Halstead Memorial. Tea will be served from 1 to 5 p.m. with Mrs. Arthur L. Green and Mrs. William J. Ahrens pour­ ing. The kitchen committee con­ sists of Mrs. Richard G. Hall, Mrs. Gordon Sorenson and Mrs. Jo­ seph A. Caracciolo. Mrs. Charles Dreyer is in charge of tickets. The gift ale will be held dur­ ing this tim«. and also in the even­ ing from 7 to 10 o'clock. Featured will be a needlework table conduc­ ted by Mrs. Harvey Conklin, Mrs. C. Pershing Hunter and Mrs. Her­ bert Muniz. Cards, stationery and novelties will be sold by Mrs. Mrs. Richard Duryra, Mrs. Lil­ lian Dutton and Mrs. 'Trena Mills. Mrst Robert R. Davis will chair­ man the ever popular g3^b bag. Children's clothing and accessaries will be displayed by Mrs. Ralph McKay, Mrs. O. J. McKinney and Mrs. E. W. Carlson of Chappaqua. Other tables will include: White Elephant, kitchenware, home made food and aprons. Posters will be made by Mrs. Walter J. Brown. New Grandchild Makes One Dozen For Mr., Mrs. Arena Mr. and Mrs. James Arena of Byram Lake Road, are grand­ parents of an even dozen grand­ children, following^ the birth of a fourth son to Mr. and Mrs. Ray­ mond Buzzetto of Moger Avenue, Mount Kisco, born in the North­ ern Westchester Hospital on Oct. 29. The new baby, to be called Mark, will be baptized in St. Francis of Assisi Church Nov. 23, with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Zucco of Kisco Avenue as godparents. His older brothers are James* Raymond and Christopher, and among the 12 grandchildren there is only one girl. The paternal grandfather is Howard Buzzetto of Yorktown Heights. ROBIN HOODS & WM. TELLS? CROTON-ON-HUDSON - Bow and arrow enthusiasts who have been practicing regularly at the Municipal Building auditorium, have formed the Croton Archers' Club, and elected Joseph Campan­ ula as their first president. First outdoor activity will be a deer hunting expedition in upcounty Westchester Nov. 22. NOW IS THE TIME TO JOIN OUR CHRISTMAS CLUB FOR 1959... HURRY... THE SAVINGS ANK WHITE PLAINS, MEW YORK 1 MAMARONECK AVE. • B30 NORTH BROADWWT The ONLY Savings Bank in White Plains EST. 1893 PHONE White Plain* 9-3600 MCM8ER j FEDERAL* DEPOSIT JNSURANeC

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