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4 North WesfChester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., May 7, 1959 Community Events Chief James Mattoni of the Mount Kisco Fire Department will . represent Mount Kisco at the East­ ern Association of Fire Chiefs' Convention, being held between May 21 and 24th, in Jamestown, N.Y. Fire Chief Eugene Powell of Bedford will accompany Chief Mat­ toni, the two men planning to make the trip by motor. Mrs. Everett Perry of Spencer Street, who has been vacationing at Glenwood, Fla. for several weeks arrived home Sunday. spending the weekends in their cot­ tage on Croton Avenue and will shortly open the house complete­ ly for the summer months. The Couples Club of the Mount Kisco Methodist Church will plan a box supper on May 16 when the annual election of officers will be part of the meetfng at 8 p.m. The Mount Kisco Methodist Church has set June 6 as the date for the annual Country Fair and bazaar on the grounds of the Church. The eight o'clock Mass in St. Francis of Assisi Church Sunday was a fifth Memorial service for Mrs. Margaret Timmerman. Mrs. James Bruen of Bedford Hills was hostess last Thursday afternoon for members of the St. Francis of Assisi Rosary Altar card group. Prizes were won by Mrs. Edward Heller. Miss Ella McQuade and Miss Lilla Robinson of Katonah. The Rev. C. Pershing Hunter, pastor of the Mount Kisco Metho­ dist Church, will attend a meet­ ing for ministers of the Mount Kis co Methodist Church, will attend a meeting for ministers of the area in the Ossining Methodist Church on May 15. St. Mark's Episcopal Church has invited young people between the ages of twenty and thirty to a inter - denominational dance in the Parish House tomorrow night, as the start of a plan which it is hoped will rotate through the various parishes, whereby young adults will have an opportunity of social contact under good auspices. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Freeman of Millwood Road, have returned from a visit with their son, daugh ter-in-law, and first grandchild, Kathleen Ann Freeman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Jr. of Euclid, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. John Tooley of Bolbs Street, whose birthdays fall on the same day, celebrated the joint occasion by attending Radio City Music Hall on last Tuesday and having dinner in the newly opened restaurant, \Top of the Sixes\ on the 39th floor at 600 Fifth Avenue, New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rao Jr. of New York City, are the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jo­ seph Rao Sr. of Croton Avenue, for a few weeks. Joseph Jr. is re­ cuperating from an attack of virus flu. On May 13 the leadership train­ ing course for teachers m the Mount Kisco Methodist Church Sunday School will be held in the Lounge at 8 p.m. USED CLOTHING WANTED Receptacles have been placed in the Mount Kisco Methodist Church for the reception of good used clothing of all types, exclusive of high heeled shoes and hats, which will be shipped overseas for the needy through the Church World Services, relief agency. Last year this group sent 203,725,790 pounds of clothing, food, drugs and medi­ cines overseas. Mrs Charles Thomas of Boltis Street, was hostess to members of the Rosary Altar Society card group on last Wednesday night. Mrs. Sophie Domanski, Mrs. Wil­ liam Blinn and Miss Margaret Eg- an were prize winners. The annual golf tournament of the Square Club of Kisco Lodge, F. &. A M. is scheduled for May 17 at the Hill and Dale Country Club. Brewster. George Terwillig- er, Mount Kisco 6-9563, will take reservations for the tournament. Valuable prizes will be awarded. The regular meeting of the Square Club will take place in the Ma­ sonic Temple on April 21. Edwin McCall of Grove Street, who has been a patient in the Northern Westchester Hospital is making steady recovery. Mrs. Charles DeMicco of Gray Rock Park, who has been ill with the virus flu. is now much im­ proved and able to go out once more. Mrs. Cuvler MacRae of Millwood Road, chairman of the North Cen­ tral Mental Health Committee of Westchester County, is serving on the committee sponsoring the Bell Ringers Ball, a supper dance to be held >n the Gen Island Casino on May 22. The funds earned will go to the MHA of Westchester County, a goal of $12,000 having been set. erland, working also part time In Yardstyle. Mrs. Arthur Biddle of Fort My­ ers, Fla., sister of Mrs. James Edwards of North Moger Avenue, has arrived from the South to spend a month with Mr. and Mrs. Edwards while her husband is in England making a visit to bis sev­ enty-year-old mother, whom he has not seen in 14 years, who lives in Lowestoft. Mr. BicJdle is the cap­ tain of a shrimp boat in a large Gulf of Mexico fleet. Mrs. William Blinn and Miss Elizabeth Croke of Harriman Knolls are home once more after a three-week vacation in Florida. They were the guests of Mr/and Mrs. Thomas Gaddis of Miami, brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Blinn. Mrs. Katherine Thorn of Grove Street, will be the hostess for the Monday night card group of Moses Taylor Jr. Unit. Mrs. James Kelly of Barker Avenue,- was hostess last week when the prize winners were Mrs. Manlio Trivigno, Mrs. Charles Thomas and Mrs. Newton Comstock. Mr. and Mrs. E.F. McLaughlin and their five children formerly of Woodland Drive Pleasantville, now reside on Croton Lake Road. Mrs. McLaughlin is a former mem­ ber of the Pleasantville School Board. Mrs. Chester Drazak, the former Miss Mary Scarpone of Pleasant­ ville, who was employed-with the Grand Union Distribution Center of North Bedford Road, Mount Kis­ co, has returned from her honey­ moon and is residing in Torring- ton. Conn, where Mr. Drazak is a tool and die maker with the Tor- rington Company there. Mrs. Frank H. McGregor of Millwood Road has been West for a visit and is staying at the Stat- ler—Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Manus Isacson of Parkview Place left Thursday for a five-day vacation in Miami, Fla. They made the trip both ways by air. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dou­ glass, former residents of Marion purchased home in Grey Rock Avenue, have moved into a newly Park, formerly owned by the Har­ vey' Conklins. Mrs. Herbert Daley, chairman of the Court Newman Catholic Daugh­ ters of America three-table card group, turned over $51.85 recently to the Court treasury which was earmarked for the Mortuary Fund. This group has played continuously for over 25 years, earning money for the Court. John Hotchkiss of Stanwood, was winner at the monthly compe­ tition of the Color Camera Club >f Westchester on April 24 in the Church Street School, White Plains. He won his award in a Class A. competition, M.K. Cum- mings of Mount Vernon and Mary Andrews of Scarsdale, being the other top prize winners. Mr. and Mrs. David Brittain are the new owners of the former Jo­ seph Tully cottage on Crow Hill Road, which Mr. and Mrs. Tully occupied when they first came to Mount Kisco. They now live in Spring Lake, N.J. Federal Judge Paul Rao Mrs. Rao of New York City, and are LOANS PORT CHESTER 102 V/ESTCHESTER AVE. WE 9-1331 WHITE PLAINS 157 CENTRAL AVE. WH 6-1331 MT. KISCO 17 S. MOGER AVE. MO 6-5125 OSSINING. 215 MAIN STREET WI 1-5424 OPEN THURS. 'TIL 8 PM * OPEN FRI. TIL 8 PM^ PIONEER FINANCE GO. INVITED TO MASS Mother Floience Murphy, su­ perior at the Convent of Our Lady in the Cenacle on Armonk Road, Mount Kisco, cordially invites the many friends of the Cenacle in the area, to join her community on Saturday for the Solemn High Mass in the Chapel of the Convent at 9 A.M. The Mass, being said by the priests of Maryknoll Missions, will mark the feast day of the Order, and will be preceded on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs­ day by a retreat and Triduum for the members of the retreat con­ vent. The evening Mass at St. Francis of Assisi Church today, the Feast of the Ascension, will be at 7:30 o'clock. Judge Harold Garrity of Ivy Hill Road, was among members of the Yonkers and Westchester Bar As­ sociations admitted to practice be­ fore the United States Supreme Court last week. Mrs. Leo W e i d t of Kisco Park who has been ill for some time is now out once more and drives her car into town. A fourth anniversary Mass was offered Sunday at 10:15 o'clock in St. Francis of Assisi Church for Darrell W. Davidson. Donna Finkle and Richard Ble- .r were two members of the Youth Group of Temple Beth-El who presented sermonettes at the Friday night Sabbath service, which will be entered in the Na­ tional Federation of Temple Youth Service contest, to be held late in the month. A First Holy Communion break- r ast on Saturday followed the re­ ception of the Sacrament by Kevin White, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ger­ ard White at eight o'clock in St. Francis of Assisi Church. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed­ ward White of Chappaqua and Mrs. James F. Greene and other relatives attended the ceremony and breakfast. TOURS EUROPE Supervisor Robert Blinn of Was- saic, brother-in-law of Mrs. Wil­ liam Blinn of Harriman Knolls, has returned home with his wife from a two weeks' tour in Europe with a group of New York State officials who will be members of the 350th Hendrik Hudson celebra­ tion committee this year. Under­ taken at their own expense, the trip took them to Holland, where they visited the American Embas­ sy, Paris, London, Belgium and finally Ireland where they were the luncheon guests of the United States Ambassador, Scott McLeod aiid were received by Lord Mayor Byrne of Dublin and ex-Lord May or Briscoe. Thor Johannessen, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cullam of Smith Avenue, entered the Northern West­ chester Hospital on Sunday for an emergency appendectomy. He is convalescing well and hopes to be home shortly. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Love and family of Byram Lake Road have had as their house guests, her sis ter. Mrs. Ben Young and son Wayne, from Florida. Mrs. Youn husband is Col. Young at the '. gin Field U. S. Air Force Base !1- Miss Judith Thomas, daughter of Mr. and* Mrs. John A. Thomas of Petersville Farm, has been nam­ ed to the Freshman Honor Roll at the Emma Willard School in Troy. Mrs. Margaret Cometta of Lex­ ington Avenue has taken a part time position with Fox and Suth- The children of St. Francis of As­ sisi parish will make their First Holy Communion Sunday at the eight o'clock Mass. The Mother's Guild will serve breakfast to the children immediately after Mass in the school auditorium. Sheriff John E. Hoy of the Coun­ ty of Westchester was the guest spaker at last week's meeting of the Rotary Club of Mount Kisco in the Kittle House. Sheriff Hoy stressed the efforts being taken to lessen juvenile crime and point ed out what service clubs could do to assist this work. Mrs. Harry Mathews of Sands Street, will arrive early next week for the summer months from her home in Mount Dora, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Egbert of West Main Street, are home once more following a three-month va­ cation in Daytona Beach, Fla. Mr, Egert has retired from his position with the New York Tele­ phone Company. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Touart and family of South Bedford Road, wil have as weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. George Hunt of Encino, Calif. Mr. Hunt is the brother of Mrs Touart. New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N.Y., Tftire.,* May 7, I95f Dutch Life Subject for Church Group The Guild of the Mount Kisco Presbyterian Church with their guests, the members of the Wo­ men's Society, will join on May 21 for a talk by Mrs, Cornelia Mulder, on \Picture of Dutch Home Life'' which she will ampli- with a showing of priceless Dutch antiques form her home. The talk will take place in Fel­ lowship Hall, at 8:15 p.m. Mrs. Mulder, a native of Hol­ land, owns the Gift Basket Shop on Main Street, Mount Kisco, and has been giving talks on Dutch life, paintings, other art forms and antiques. She began talking about her country to organizations in a church with which she was affil­ iated while living in Long Island, and showing her antiques. The pro­ ject soon developed into a profit­ able hobby and uged Mrs. Mulder to study more about her native land, much of which she has in­ corporated, in her 15 years of lecturing. The meeting will be open to any of the members of the church, who may like to view these antiques and hear Mrs. Mulder's inform­ ative talk on Holland. LEARNING on the job under the eye of Carmen de Francesco personnel director of the Ken- sico Tube Company, at right, are two members of the Fox Lane High School Distributive Education classes, Anthony Ro- safort and Nancy Rea. These stu­ dents attend school in the morn­ ing and in the afternoon move iSladers Name Daughter IRose Mary Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Slader of 252 East Main Street Mount Kisco will call their daughter, Rose Mary. The little girl was born in the Northern Westchester Hospital on April 17 and is their first child. In addition to two sets of grand j parents, the baby has two great i grandmothers. Her maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs Roario Lemmo of Rutland Vt. who now have 11 grandchildren Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Slader of Millwood are the paterna grandparents, and the new baby the practical application of what makes their third grandchild. Mr to jobs in stores, service sta­ tions and 1 offices in the area for they have studied. Photo by D.B. Kirchhoff Business tment Grads Lauded Deparl Carmen de Francesco, manager of the office at Kensico Tube Com­ pany at Hubbell's Crossroad, had this to say regarding the Fox Lane High School Distributive Educa­ tion classes and the students who have come into his firm for train­ ing: \We at Kensico Tube, have found that the young people train­ ed in the business department of our local high school and its work- training program, make 1 excellent employes. We have worked very closely with Dr. Eleanor Tubbs and Mr. Pacitto whenever we have job opportunities to offer in our organization. \Anthony Rosafort, for instance, won our achievement award 1 a cou­ ple of years ago, for being an out­ standing student - worker. We're fond of Tony. Nancy Rea has just begun working for us on a part- time basis until she is graduated, when she will become a full-time employe. We expect she will be a credit to Kensico Tube as well as Fox Lane. Without well-trained and propehly oriented employes, organ­ izations such as ours could not function at the peak of their ef- fiency\. Antiques Fair, Sale Set 3 Days The three-day Antiques Fair and sale, being sponsored by the Sis­ terhood of the Jewish Community Center in the Smith Avenue Cen­ ter, will get underway on Tues­ day, May 19 between 1 and 10 p.m. and continue for the follow­ ing two days. Mrs. Thomas Gyory of Katonah and Mrs. Joseph Busman of Mount Kisco are co-chairmen for the pro­ ject, with Mrs. Stanley Herman of Goldens Bridge and Mrs. Herbert Levy in charge of the food com­ mittee, which plans to serve din­ ner each day and run a snack bar, at which coffee and cake may be procured by customers all through the exhibit's run. Mrs. Martin Weinstein will be in charge of ticket taking at .the door. Antiques will be assembled from Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Long Island for this three day exhibit. Miss Carol M. Cuatt Becomes Bride of Vincent Castaldo The Chapel of St. Francis]following their honeymoon in Wash- Slader's mother is Mrs. Paul Slader of Ossining and Mrs. Lemmo's mother is Mrs. Margaret Parow of Rutland. Church, Mount Kisco, was the scene on April 20 for the wedding of Miss Carol Mae Cuatt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rose of Thornwood, and Vincent Castaldo, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Louis Castaldo. The Reverend Terence Foley performed the ceremony. The bride wore a gown of white lace over satin, made with a Sa- brina neckline and a cummerbund waistline banded with three rows of satin. Her ballerina skirt was bouffant and a fingertip veil of illusion was secured by a cap of self material. Her bouquet was of lilies-of-the-valley, sweet peas and carnations. Mrs. Joyce Velardo of Ossining, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Her gown of dusty rose silk was in ballerina length, with which she wore a matching hat and car­ ried a bouquet of deep pink roses and baby's breath. Theodore Lindau of Mount Kisco was best man for his brother-in- law. A reception followed the wed­ ding at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Castaldo is a graduate of the Pleasantville High School and the School of Practical Nursing at Grasslands Hospital. Mr. Castaldo graduated from the Mount Kisco High School and is an electronics technician aboard the aircraft carrier, USS Forres- tal, now in port at Portsmouth, Va. where the couple are living ington, D.C. Chappaqua Marine In Korean Exercise Marine Pfc. William J. Crane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund T. Crane of 1 King St., Chappaqua is serving with the Third Marine Division which took part in \Op eration Sea Turtle\ April 27 to 30 at Pohang, Korea. It was the largest combined U.S. and Repub­ lic of Korea amphibious exe r cise ever staged Helicopter landings were em­ ployed in a vertical envelopment Seventeen members of the sen- assa ?* \J th * bea , ches to , s ]^ le \ ior and intermediate L u t h e r mentthe^landing of ground troops Leagues of the Luthera nChurch.of to the traditional bpat ; - earned the Resurrection, Mount Kisjio,* method, MISS BETTY BLOOMER Betty Bloomer Fiancee of Alton Earle Cdr. and Mrs. Kenneth V. Bloom­ er of San Francisco, Calif, and formerly of Mount Kisco, have an­ nounced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Betty Jane Bloom­ er, to Alton Blinn Earle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Randolph Earle of Skowhegan, Maine. Miss Bloomer is a graduate of the Northfield School for Girls and Wellesley College, Class of 1957. She obtained her M.A. in French from Middlebury College after a year of study in Paris on a Ful- bright grant, and is currently teaching in the French Department of the Dana Hall School in Welles- ley, Mass. Mr. Earle is a graduate in the Class of 1956 of the University of Maine where he obtained a B.A. in French and, the following year an M.A. in Education. He has been teaching French at the Lime­ stone Public High School, Lime­ stone, Maine since the termination of his military service in January of this year. A summer wedding is planned at the conclusion of the French Sum­ mer School at Middlebury College where Miss Bloomer will work as secretary to the dean and Mr. Earle will continue studying for the degree of Doctor of Modern Languages. The couple plans to live in the Boston area. Lutheran Retreat Attracts 17 PLANNING BOARD CHANGE Because of the Annual School District meeting which was held on Tuesday night of this week, the New Castle Planning Board meet­ ing scheduled to be held the same night was postponed to Wednesday, May 13, at 8:15 p.m. at the New Castle Town Hall. will attend the District Luther- Leagues of the Lutheran Church of ^i .ho-tu Bear Mountain Park, on May 8, 9 and 10. j ..ie retreat is being conducted by Lutheran ministers of the West­ chester District Luther League. The theme will be \Matching Strides With the Master\. Dr. Paul White of the Board of Education of the New York-New England Synod of the United Lutheran Church in America will be the principal speaker. Those attending are Peggy Ros- sow of Katonah, Joanne Raymond, Judy Holm, Julia Kattau and Ja­ net Plaisted of Chappaqua, Eric Liljefors of Ossining, Roger and Wayne Ohlandt, Christine and Rob­ ert Simonson, Emily Heitman, Harriet Jensen, Martha Johnson, Yvette Bonneveaux, Larry Diou and Nancy Delanoy, all of Mount Kisco, and Linda Alexanderson of Bedford Hills. , U.S.* Marines have explored and developed Jhe tactical advantages of helicopters as weapons in am­ phibious warfare and ROK Ma­ rines have been trained to also utilize the \chopper's\ capabili­ ties. Upon completion of the exercise, the Division returned to its home base on Okinawa. ATTEND CEREMONY ARMONK — Supervisor James R. Caruso and Mrs. Caruso have returned from a weekend .trip to Fredericks­ burg, Va. where on Saturday they saw their daughter, Carolyn Eliza­ beth, take par. in the ceremonies of the May Court of Mary Wash­ ington College. Accompanying them was their son Robert. 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