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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, August 06, 1959, Image 3

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Over 500 in Bedford Honor Cartmells at Farewell Fete BEDFORD— More than 500 attended a fare­ well reception Sunday for the Rev. and Mrs. John A. Cartmell in the Church School Building of the Bedford Presbyterian Church. The Rev Mr. Cartmell. pastor of the Bedford church for the past 19 years, has accepted a call to the Second Presbyterian Church in St. Louis, Mo. and will assume his new duties on the ministerial statf there Sunday, Aug. 16. The large gathering included not only parishioners, but many friends from Bedford and neigh­ boring communities. On behalf of the parish. Robert K. Clark Jr., •A member of the Session, present­ ed the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Cart­ mell with a silver tea service. The honored couple also received a 1 e a t h e r-bound book containing newspaper clippings, pictures and othei articles detailing their lead­ ership of the church since arriving in Bedford in August. 1940. Chairman of arrangements for the reception was Mrs. George Ed­ ward Faithfull, assisted by Mrs. Daniel Brown. Mrs. William Bing­ ham, Mrs. H Hamilton Jones, Mrs. Charles Mazurak, Mrs. Nor­ man Pierce, Mrs. Theodore Rams- land. Mrs. Anthony Sporborg and Mrs Virgini? Vatet. Bedford Village News Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Waller were in England and France re­ cently for two weeks to purchase horses. They uent and 1 returned by air. Mr. Laurence Kennedy of \Pat- Iarkit,\ Bedford has returned from a vacation in Europe, with most of the time being spent in Ireland. The current issue of \The Key,\ St. Matthew's parish bulletin, re­ ports three baptisms in July. They were Audrey Wallace Jones on July 7, Oliver Evan Lewis on July 19. and Jennifer Lawrence Townsenu on July 19. Mrs B. C. Dickover of Gulf- port, Fla.. who has been the guest of her son, Alan F. Dickover and Mrs. Dickover of Pound Ridge Road, has arrived in Hawaii. She flew to California to board a ship of the Matson Lines. Mr. and Mrs. David Mills and daughters. Donna and Betty spent a recent weekend with Mrs. Mills' brother, Harry Johnson and his family at their summer home on Pine Island Lake, Mass. Cmc>r. James R McGrath of the U. S. Naval Chaplains Corps now stationed at the Naval Base in Groton. Conn., a friend of long standing of the Hawkins family was present in the sanctuary of St Anastasia's Church Saturday for the wedding of Stephen O. Hawkins and Miss Diana C. Ter- raneo. When Mr. and Mrs. Harry Banks of Bedford and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Coursen of Mount Kisco re­ turn Sept. 1 from a motor trip to the West Coast they will have completed 10,000 miles of traveling They have completed a tour of mid-west and southern California. They will go to Lake Louise and lake the northern tour home. Mrs. Leon Wood has recovered from an illness which kept her in the Northern Westchester Hospital for a period of time. She was able Saturday night to attend the Bed­ ford Fire Dept. carnival. Streff. a Mount Kisco native is in fine health, as is her husband who will be eighty-eight in January. She does all her own housework and her husband 1 has a garden. Mr. and Mrs. Donald S Bayley of Indian Hill Road, Bedford, were recent guests of Mrs. Bay- ley's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kineke at Cape Cod, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Rams- land took a few days vacation re­ cently which they spent touring and visiting in Connecticut and Rhode Island. Mr. and 1 Mrs. Joseph Palmer of Vinton Avenue have been enjoying a two weeks' vacation from their respective positions. Mrs. Palmer is associated with the H. Pierce Onderdonk Co . real estate and in­ surance office in Bedford. Mr. Pal­ mer is a member of the Bedford Police Dent. They spent one week with Mrs Palmer's sister. Mrs. Richard Eddy. Mr. Eddy and their children Jeffrey and Lina in Clin ton, Conn. Mrs. Thomas W. Stevenson and daughter, Linda of Haines Road, are touring in Europe. They ex­ pect to return home during the latter part of August. Mrs Kenneth Chamberlain and Mrs. Otto Rakow. Bedford Ele­ mentary School teachers, will com­ plete summer courses at Danbury. Conn State Teachers College to­ morrow. Mrs. Chamberlain is working for a master's degree. Mr and Mrs. Alan F. Dickover and daughters. Joy and Jan were on a three weeks' vacation by mot­ or recently, which carried them to Ontario, Canada. They returned home along the Seaway. PICKING THE winner of a bi­ cycle during the Bedford Fire Dept. carnival which ended Sat­ urday night is Barbara Anne Walker of Amawalk Road, Ka- tonah. The winner was Ben Reich of Guard Hill Road. Bed­ ford. The project was sponsored by the Bedford Chowder and Marching Club with proceeds to benefit youth activities in Bed­ ford Village Nancy Pierce, right looks on She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Norman Pierce of Bedford who chairmanned ar­ ranging the disposal of the bi­ cycle. North Westchester Times, New Castle Tribune, Mount Kisco, N.Y., August 6, 1959 Cole - Markelson Nuptials Held at Hampshire House POUND RIDGE— The Cottage of Hampshire House New York City, was the scene Sunday at 1 p.m. for the wedding of Miss Pamela Cole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. Cole, of Thornwood Farms, Barnegat Road, Pound Ridge and Allen I. Markel­ son of 200 East End Avenue, New York City, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George M. Markelson. The Rev. Dr. Julius Mark performed the ceremony in a floral setting <>f white summer flowers, accent­ ed with pink and lavender. 2 MK Cadets End Training MOUNT KISCO— Cadets Frank J. Bella fato and Richard L. Herrington of Mount Kisco, completed six weeks of sig­ nal training July ?.l at the Re­ serve Officer Training Corps sum­ mer camp at Fort Gordon, Ga. They are students at Clarkson College of Technology, Potsdam, N. Y. Cadet Bellafato, twenty, son of Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore J. Bell­ afato, 229 N. Bedford Road, is a 1956 graduate of Mount Kisco Hish School and a member of Lambda Iota fraternity. Cadet Herrington, twenty-two, son of Mr and Mrs Paul W. Her­ rington. Kisco Park, is a 1955 grad­ uate of New York Military Aca­ demy. Cornwall-on-Hudson, and a member of Theta Xi fraternity. ASSOCIATE CHIEF Russ Har­ per of the N'orotor. Heights Kne Dept <U Ddr.en, Conn . shows a voungstcr the first fire truck used in the state ol Connecticut, a 190'J chemical fire wagon, which is on display at the Bed- lord Village Fire Dept. carnival that opened Wednesday at Memo­ rial Field. The boy is Richard Braren, six, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Braren, Bedford Hills. The boy's father is a volunteer fire­ man. Hawkins - Ter raneo Wedding Held With Nuptial Mass The bpde, escorted by her fath­ er, wore & gown of mauve em - broidered organdy trimmed with French lace and a cap of heirloom rosepoint lace worn by her pa­ ternal grandmother. Her bouquet was of white orchids, stephanotis and lilies of the valley. Miss Jane Freeman of Beverly Hills, Calif., was bridesmaid in a lime green dress of organdy, ac­ cented with a darker green velvet sash. Her champagne-colored pic­ ture hat was trimmed with match­ ing velvet and she carried a bou­ quet of Sweetheart roses. Stephen Markelson, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. A reception for 50 guests followed the ceremony in Hampshire House. Mrs. Markelson is a graduate of Friends Seminary of New York and Smith College. She has been employed in radio, television and advertising. She is a member of the Smith College Club. Mr. Markelson is a graduate of Wesleyan University in Connecti­ cut, and holds a master's degree MRS. ALLEN MARKELSON Fellowship Awarded To Pound Ridge Man POUND RIDGE— Dan. R. Landt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Landt of High Ridge Road, Pound Ridge, is one of 13 Methodist students who have re­ ceived Rockefeller Brothers theo­ logical fellowships for the 1953-60 school year. He plans to enter the Federated Theological Faculty in Chicago. Mr. Landt is a graduate of Ohio Wesleyan. The fellowships are awarded to students of various denominations who are considering * serving xhe church in the ordained parish min­ istry. Expenses are paid for a \trial year\ at a seminary during which the student seeks to deter­ mine whether the ministry should be his or her lifetime vocation. in business administration from the Wharton School of Finance and Commerce of the University of Pennsylvania. He is an investment counsellor. Upon their return from a three-months honeymoon in Eu­ rope, the couple will reside at 200 East End Avenue, New York City. THE GREAT OUTDOORS Ward Pound Ridge Reservation, a 4,200-acre section of the West­ chester Park System, has more than 40 miles of trails for hiking and nature study, together with extensive facilities for picnicking and overnight camping. Pound Ridge Activities SON TO WILLS Lieut, and Mrs. John M. Will Jr. have announced the birth of their second child, a son, born on July 24 at the Stamford (Conn.) Hospi­ tal. The infant weighed in at seven pounds one ounce and has been named Mark Walleer. He has a brother Eric, who is almost two. Mrs. Will is the former Miss Linda Walleen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hans A. Walleen of Lower Shad Road, Pound Ridge, who now have five grandchildren. The new baby is the second grandchild for Adm. John M. Will (Ret. U. S. Navy) and Mrs. Will of New York City, formerly of Washington, D. C. Lieut. Will is stationed with the U.S. Navy in Pascagoula, Miss, and will be joined there shortly by his amily. JOINS POLICE DEPT. NORTH TARRYTOWN— Frank­ lin S Baker of Lawrence St., was appointed patrolman on the police force effective Aug. 10. His an­ nual salary will be $4,916 Village Players Seeking Site for Dangerous Corner Miss Helen Blair, formerly of Mount Kisco is now residing with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson in East Hampton, Mass. The Johnsons are former Beford residents. Miss Blair who has a position with tfie Williston Academy in East Hampton, was a guest recently of Mr. <^)d Mrs. Harry Stein Jr Qf Spring Street, Mount Kisco. BEDFORD HILLS— \All the World's a Stage,\ ac­ cording to William Shakespeare, but the Village Players of Bedford would like to narrow down the field a bit. In fact the heavy traf­ fic around the Village Green these summer nights may well have been caused by the oast of J. B. Priestley's \Dangerous Corner\ searching for a parking place for their \vehicle\. To date rehears­ als have been held \on the road\ and despite one night stands in such places as Historical Hall, the Court H o u s e, church halls and The Bedford Lions Club has started plans for the annual steak dinner to be held under a tent on Memorial Field during the lat ter part of August. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur M. Ander son are on a North Cape cruise which will carry them to Sweden Norway and Finland. They plan to return home during the latter part of August. Mrs. Michael Streff of Vinton Avenue, celebrated her eighty-sixth birthday on July 21 with members of her family including her hus band, her daughter, Mrs. Arthur F. Ruger, her granddaughter, Mrs Richard Whiting, and her great grandson, Richard Whiting. Mrs. 'in'China. Lutherans to Hear Guest Preacher MOUNT KISCO— Rev. Werner H. O. Wedel will be guest preacher at the Lutheran Church of the Resurrection, Mount Kisco, at the 9:30 am. service Mr. Wedel is no stranger to the local congregation, having preach­ ed here on several occasions He is filling the pulpit this week in the absence of the Rev. James A Graefe who is vacationing in the Adirondacks with his family. Mr. Wedel is a member of the Board of Foreign Missions of the United Lutheran Church in Amer­ ica. Before his present assign­ ment he served as pastor, mission­ ary and teacher for many years basements all efforts to perma­ nently locate their play have, as yet ,come to a dead end. Sucb suspense has only served to heighten the tension already exist­ ing on the set of this taut, psycho­ logical thriller in which the plot revolves around the Chatfield fam­ ily and the mysterious suicide of one of its members. The cast includes Jo Ramsland. Janet Westcott, Ellen Stone and Laura Kilian as the women in­ volved, with Jim Behan, Burt Stark and Walter Higle in the male roles. The production is under the direction of Frederick H. Little of Bedford with Louis Ebling handl­ ing stage management and Donna Glynn as production co-ordinator. With performances scheduled for Sept. 24, 25 and 26. and with a possible fourth performance to be scheduled at a later date, the Players hope to solve their own personal riddle shortly — specifi­ cally, where to hang their opening night curtain. DISEASES LOW MOUNT KISCO— Three new cases of communi­ cable disease were reported for the week ending Aug 1 by the Westchester County Department of Health for the north area. Os- sining has one case of German measles, Cortland one of measles and Briarcliff one of chickenpox. BEDFORD VILLAGE— The wedding of Miss Diana i Christine Teuanea and Stephen Owen Haw km-, son of Mi and Mrs Frank Daniel Hawkins of State Rd , was held Satunlav in St Anastasia s Roman Catholic Chinch, West Englewood. N J. The bride is the daughter of Mi and Mrs Jule Anthony Tcrr.mco of West Englewood. The Rev. Justin O Connor per- foimed the 11 am ceremony and celebrated the nuptial Mass. A reception for I'OO guests followed at the White Beeches Golf and coun­ try Club, Haworth. N J. Tile bnde. escoited by her fa­ ther, woie a princess stvle gown oi ice blue Italian silk satin end­ ing in a chapel tiain and trimmed with pearl beads and reembroid- ered Alencon lace. Her headpiece was a tufted cap of orange blos­ soms with a matching silk tulle veil. She carried a bouquet of euchans lilies and lilies-of-the- valley. Mrs. Arthur Hawkins of White Plains was matron of honor. The other bridal attendants were Miss Natalie Benjamin of Fort Lee, N.J., Miss Martina Messina of West Englewood, N.J., Mrs. Fran­ cis Santangelo of Mount Vernon, and Mrs Warren Shadek of Ber- genfield, N.J. They wore crystal blue nylon dresses trimmed with daisy em­ broidery and blue taffeta sashes. Arthur Hawkins of White Plains, brother of the bridegroom, was best man Ushering were Quentin Harvell of Bedford Village, Rod­ ney Mutch of Rvc, John Neale of New Caanan, Conn., brother-in- law of the bridegroom, and Con- stantine Vagionis of Fort Lee, N.J. Mrs. Hawkins is a graduate of Gto-gian Court College in Lake- wood. N.J . and has taught in the Teaneck, N J. school system Her husband, a graduate of Iona College and Columbia University is a member of the Westchester County Realty Board and the Col­ umbia Society of Real Estate Ap­ praisers. He is employed by Gen­ eral Outdoor Advertising Co., Inc., in New York. After a trip to Nassau, the cou­ ple will live in Englewood, N.J. SERVING NORTHERN WESTCHESTER COUNTY 1895 — 1959 A COMMUNITY BANK LARGE ENOUGH TO SERVE YOU — SMALL ENOUGH TO KNOW YOU Mortgage Loans Mortgage loans are available here for every requirement of home financing. We offer our mortgage experience and our personal service in arranging terms to suit your individual needs. Improvement Loans Repairs and improvements of your property can be financed on convenient terms of monthly payment. The loan you need will be promptly arranged. See us about details. The Rev. and Mrs. Merritt Queen and children, Christopher, Bethany and 1 Jeffrey, left on Tuesday morn­ ing for Cranberry Lake in the Adirondacks, where they plan to vacation until after Labor Day. They were accompanied by Miss Barbara Donald, who resides with them. The Rev. Queen is pastor of the Pound Ridge Community Church. MRS. S.O. HAWKINS HUFF AND PUFF PEEKSKILL—The annual pipe smoking contest of the Interna­ tional Assn. of Pipesmokers Clubs will be held Saturday Aug. 8 from 3 to 3 p m. at the Masonic Tem­ ple on Brown St. The contest is open to all. Free tobacco and a pipe will be furnished. The event is part of the club's annual con­ vention to be held this year at Bear Mountain starting Aug. 7. Father Hugh Morton Returns to Pulpit KATONAH— The Rev. Hugh Morton, rector of St. Luke's Church, Katonah, and Mrs. Morton are returning this week from their holiday spent in part with their daughter and son in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Alan E Nourse, of North Bend, Wash, and in part in touring California. Fa­ ther Morton will take the services in St. Luke's this Sunday, celebrat­ ing the Holy Communion at 8 a.m and officiating and preaching at the late Service of Morning Prayer at 10 a.m. familiar hymns wil\ be sung led by members of the parish choir under the direction of Eleanor Bneant Alleman. The summer schedule of serv­ ices will continue not only on Sun days but also on week-days with a celebration of the Holy Com munion at 7 a.m. on Tuesdays for the convenience of commuters; and at 9:30 a.m. on Thursdays for the convenience of house wives and mothers. SPORTS CAR CLUB HARTSDALE— Members of the Westchester Sports Car Club met last evening at the 42 Club, Hartsdale. Rally and Gymkhana results were an nounced. Movies on sports car rac­ ing were shown. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Koehler of Coopersburg, Pa. are expected to arrive on Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Gordon of Hack Green Road, Pound Ridge, where they will be weekend guests. John C. Holmes of Pound Ridge Road. Pound Ridge, is on vaca­ tion from his duties at the Mount Kisco office of the County Trust Company. He plans to take short trips with Mrs. Holmes. Miss Jacqueline Gay F o 11 i s, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack A. Follies of Westchester Avenue, Pound Ridjge,, has returned home BAPTIST CHURCH BEDFORD HILLS— Antioch Baptist Church had a presentation of the Willing Workers of the First Baptist Church of Greenwich, Conn, on Sunday at 3:30 p.m., under the chairmanship of Mrs. Elizabeth Grants and sponsored by Antioch's Finance Committee. The 11:15 a.m. service Sunday in the Bedford Hills Church was a Holy Communion service. The pastor, the Rev. Verner Mathews, left the following day for his va­ cation. after spending a three-week vaca­ tion at Lake Mohawk, Sparta, N.J. with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Harkin. Mrs. Elizabeth Hinkley, an as­ sociate in the real estate office of L. Ruggles Barnard of Westches­ ter Avenue, Pound Ridge, is on va­ cation this week. Mrs. Hinkley and her husband Edward are spending part of the time on the New Jer­ sey coast and also plan to go to Washington, D. C. The Hinkleys re­ side in Lewisboro. Mrs. Lester Boccuzzi of Tata- muck Road, Pound Ridge, is im­ proving steadily at home, following the birth of her third child and first son, Reed Boccuzzi, born on June 12 in the Stamford Hospi­ tal. Mrs. Boccuzzi has been a pa­ tient in St. Joseph's Hospital, in Stamford for treatment following the birth of her son. Mr. Boccuzzi is a building contractor in Pound Ridge. Mrs. David Broadway of Uppe* Shad Road, Pound Ridge, had as weekend guests, her sister, Mrs. Bernard Carr and children. Anna Marie, Robert and Michael, ol Columbus, Ga , who are en route to Germany to join Sgt. Carr, who has been assigned to duty with the U. S. Armed Forces there. Mrs. Carr also visited her parents in White Plains while North. The Rev. John Baker of West­ chester Avenue, Pound Ridge, will occupy the pulpit of the Com­ munity Church on Sunday at the 10 o'clock service while the Rev. Merritt Queen, pastor, and his family are vacationing in the Adi­ rondacks. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas D. Roth- acker of Old Church Lane, Pound Ridge, is entertaining her sister, Mrs. L. E. Becker and three chil­ dren. Laurie, Craig and Jeffrey, of Lloyds Harbor, L. I . for a few days. Bruce Seifert, eleven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph J. Seif­ ert of South Bedford Road, Pound Ridge, is having a month's vaca­ tion at Camp Sloane, Lakeville, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. August Schramm of Kinnicut Road, Pound Ridge, are enjoying a vacation at their camp in Vermont. Mr. and Mrs. William G. Neu­ mann of Kinnicut Road, Pound Ridge, moved on Monday to New Hampshire, where Mr. Neumann plans to open a store. Rehearsals for \Best Foot For­ ward.\ the dramatic offering of the Junior Players of Pound Ridge, go forward in the barn of Dr. Sydney Blumenthal of South Bed­ ford Road Pound Ridge, which he has loaned to this group of young thespians. The play will be pre­ sented on Aug. 28 and 29, and is being directed by Jo Peay, member of the senior Pound Ridge Play­ ers. 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