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Over The Hurdles At TheHunterTrials- After THe Wedding Equestrian Society Gathers A Perfect Autumn Setting fourteenth Annual Hunter Trials At Quaker I Quaker Sfuptials Held Ceremony Is Performed At Church Of Our Lady Of Mercy MUi Urirtt Nolan daughter Attract Westchester And Ridge Fairfield Riders It 'might have been the' tradl-Othe tlonal hunt picture hanging in anyone' library Masses of colored leaves were ouUlned against a background of deep blue sky and white rolling cloud Bright red (pink in hunt terminology) eoets dotted the landscape as handsomdP horses cleared a tone wall or a white fence It wam't a picture however but real scene that 1 the spectator saw yesterday afternoon at Yale Farms Greenwich on the occasion of -the fourteenth annual Fair-field and Westchester Hounds Hunter Trials Members' of organised hunts from this vicinity all turned out to take their champion over the Quaker Ridge course for the commendation and Comment of the Judges and spectators A Perfect Afternoon -ThA'Trlate started out in a rather soggy morning but by the time the equestrian -society had luncheon under the big marquee the blight flags on the course were waving once more in the clear Autumn air and the sun added the final touch (or a perfect afternoon Alvin Untermyer chairman of BON BOBNTO JOHNSONS Mrs Samuel -Johnson of Fort Chester- gave birth to a boy on Saturday morning In a Scranton Pa hospital Mr Johnson is president- of the Johnaon-Bierman Hardware Company in Port Chester and will soon move with his family into a house which he ia now remodeling at Irephyl and Woodland Avenue BUSINESS TO BE CONSIDERED Bye Circle No 1080 of of A will meet tonight at 8:30 in the Itfceum Building in By Item Staff Photo Mks Gerry Shearer of Greenwich' taking a Jump during the Hunter Trials for the Junior plate yesterday afternoon t-the 14th annual Autumn program of the Fairfield and Westchester Hound held on the Quaker Rldgecoure at Yalo Farm Greenwich Patricia Billington-Wed To Bernard Henry of tb lata Ur and Ura John Nolan who makes her home with her aunt Mrs James Kelly of 149 William Street was wed Saturday afternoon at the Church of Our Lady pf Mercy to Leonard West Jr eon of Mr and Mr Leonard West of 80 Exchange Place The Rev Hugh Gilmartln eenlor assistant pastor- of the church officiated and Miss Mabel Gackstotter eahg' during the ceremony Given in marriage by her uncle Trank -Nolan of New York the bride wore a long teal blue velvet gown with turban and accessories of -Dubonnet Her corsage -was of white orchids Her' sister Miss Nolan her Only Attendant wore a frock of royal 'blue velvet with a matching turban qnd tea roses Albert West eras 'beat man for bis brother and the ushers included Edward Knauf and Erie Geldart A '(feceptlon wh held at Lavr-rence Inn After trip to Washington and Virginia the -couple will reside in- Kingston Gardens Mrs West was graduated from St Parqphial School and Port Chester High School Till bridegroom also wps graduated from Fort Chester schools and with the Park Avenue' -branch of the Cheap National Bank in New York City Chairmen Will Attend Conclave Local Representatives Will Participate In Hadassah Conference The twenty-fifth annual convention of Hadassah the Women' Zionist Organization of America which will open at the Hotel Astor in New York' tomorrow' and' continue'' -through Sunday has -been limited to delegates and alternates of chapters because a record attendance of more than 1900 anticipated The Port Chester chapter evolved a plan to permit various chairmen to attend the sessions and receive the stimulation which such a conference offers by dividing the alternate credentials into day and evening sessions Mrs Henry Sec an the president of the local chapter and Mrs Maurice Jacobs Second vice presl-dent-wera appointed the delegates while alternates are Mrs Irving Saltman Mrs Sol Collins and Mre Abe Sheftell Chairmen attending particular sessions pertaining to their projects Include Mrs Edward Lieht-man Mrs Samuel Simon Mrs Jack Rogowsky Mrs Archie Alt-n Mrs Henry Gerstman Mrs Max Warshaw Mrs Morris Levine Mrs Charles Landau Mrs Marshall Mrs George Levy and Mrs Emanuel Kratter Miss Pema Betrothec ToJohnTesei Mr and Mrs James "Perns' of Sheephlll Road Riverside announce the engagement of their daughter Mies Catherine Perns to 'John Teed of Hamilton 'Avenue Greenwich The bride Is a graduate of the Greenwich High School and Short's Secretarial Schpoi Stamford The groom le a prominent -contractor in Greenwich definite date has been set lor 'the wedding Her Betrothal Announced committee and Mre Bernard Glmbal leaned on the rail and discussed the Goldens Bridge Hounds Challenge Trophy th most' coveted award of the afternoon which Mre Qlmbel present ed to the beet fox hunt team of three hones-won by Dz John A team with hie three daughters Sheila La land a Joan MeCreery riding Mn daughter Mrs Edward Lasher rode on her mother's team with Mias Mary Humphreys and Kenneth Schiller known for Vjp activity on the Blind Brook polo field This team placed second for the challenge trophy It was quit a family day for Jack Bchiffer was also watching his -eon from th sideline while keeping an eye on his own entry Dalkln which placed for the Fair-field Plate William Brain ard Jr a member of the 'committee was then with his wife who was riding sidesaddle stylishly garbed in top hat and veil The Misses- Patricia Bolling Nava Minton and Peggy Kllpeteln who never- mice a ho res show stopped their mounts to chat a moment probably discussing the National Show which opens -in New York aeqt week and which seamed to ha the' mala topic of conversation- Judges at the show yesterday wen Frederic Bontecou H- at Millbrooke and Edward 8 Voss of Monk-ton Md With Mr Untermyer as its head the committee who planned the day's program included Vincent Armstrong Mr Brainesd Wadsworth Howard George Ohrstrom- Richard I- Robinson Albert Tilt Jr and Paul Weet Mks Brpnnemfln xviiao DICUUClimil To Be Married New Rochelle Girl Announces Betrothal Eleanor Mears Is Engagei To Be Bride in January Of Thomas Carpenter Jr of Rye Mr and Mrs Frederick Mesre of Scnredsle have announced the engagement of theft daughter Miss Eleanor Bartlett Mean to Thomas King Carpentsr Jr eon 6f Mr and Mrs Thomas King Carpenter of Mendota Avenue Rye Mis Mean was graduated from Roherts-Beach Preparatory School in Baltimore and attended Dent-and Katherine eon University Item Staff Photo Mr' and' Mrs Leonard West Ur leaving the Church of Our-Lady of Mercy after their-marriage Saturday The bride 1 the former Miss Margaret Nolan niece pf Mrs James Kelly of William Street Mr and Mrs Leonard West of 0 Exchange Place are parents of the bridegroom Donald KemptonLeads Young People's Forum Donald Kempton led last night's meeting' of the Senior Christian Society of the North Baptist When Mr and Mre Barnard Henry return from their wedding trip they wlU make their home in White Plains --The bride the former Miss Patricia Billington daughter of Mr and Mrs Norman A Billington of Sanford Street Ryie was married to tho ton of Mr and Mre Henry of Harrison Tuesday evening In the rectory of tho Church oT the Resurrection in Rye The Rev James Tully an insist-ant pastor officiated -Mies Norma Billington was hereiiter's only attendent nm the bridgegroom's brother Raymond Henry waa beet man Frances Neri Wed To Anthony Cartisano The Holy Rosary Church was th scene yesterday of the marriage of Mia Frances Neil- daughter of Mr'-' and Mr Dominick Mori of 14 Beech Street to- Anthony Car? tiaona' who makes his horns with his aunt and unclg Mr and Mr Frank CiieHco of Fox Island Road The miptial Mess was performed by the Rev Father- Cecere 8 pastor- A reception was held at Lawrence Inn- for the Immediate families The bride giye'n in marriage by her father wore a whits brocade satin' gowh trimmed in chiffon vel- vet Snd A tulle' veil with orifige blossoms Rer bouquet was valley lilies snd gardenias Mr Anthony Neri the bride's only attendant wore plum-colored frock with dubonnet accessories and edr-rled-African daisies Joseph Ca-sumnia of Stamford was best man After wedding trip to Washington they wiir ftve at 14 Bceph Street Both Mr and -Mrs Cartisano attended Fort Chester schools ATTENTION Phase 841 LeW Prices Keep Us Bsap HOLLYWOOD WINDOW CLEANING CO nvlcs Cas rlny Kalla klllty OTasr Kltefees Calllsss Walla as weadwark elassa 1 A DSN STREET Part Ckaatar 1 llcaltliier MISS MARItLOU BRENNEMAN Play Patrons Are Announced Many Local Residents Attend Benefit Per- formance For Children Mrs George Arents of Lincoln Avenue chairman of the Theater Benefit committee of the Westchester County Children's Association which la sponsoring benefit performance of on Tuesday evening Oct 81 at the Morocco Theater haAnnounced that there will hs Dinner" in the Caprice Room of th Hotel Weyllri before the performance Mrs Mason Starring Jr of Irving-ton-on-Hudaon will net a chairman Since the Aasocintlon-ia celebrating Its silver anniversary this year this benefit take on added importance Proceed will go toward supporting' one of the broadest and moat exemplary child welfare programa in the a program which for the past 29 years has con latently devoted Itself to improving conditions for the children of Westchester County In presenting for th association's annual theater benefit the committee feels that it has chosen on of th most popular hits of the new theatrical seaaon Gertrude Lawrence' international comedienne star in this comedy by- Samson Raphael son and is supported by Glenn Anders end Donald Cook The play la' produced by John Golden who presented Miss Lawrenpe in her last starring vthicle "Susan And Gad' which won her new acclaim from coast to coast Among the patrons and patronesses from thl district are: From Rye: Mrs George Arents Mrs Georg Barron Dean Clark Mrs William Conroy Mias Elizabeth Family Mrs Robert Forgan Mre Frederick A Godley Mrs James Harbord Mrs Stewart 8 Hathaway Mr Flaming Hubbard Mrs Guy Hunbr Mrs William Irwin Mrs V' Jasckel Mr and Mrs Alton 8 Keller Mrs' Caroline O'Day Mrs Benjamin Kissman Mrs Clinton Lutklns Mrs-Adrien Massle Mrs Herman Mrs 8 Roger Mitchell Motley Morehsad Phipps Mrs Swift- Mrs Frank Sher-Mrs ere Mrs Richard Lovltz Mr' Mr and Mrs Mrs Ogden Port Chester: Mrs Mrs Hugh Everett Crawford Loth Mrs Mrs Moses Walworth from Edwin Fogel Crawford Fineif Inexpensive GINGERALE An Ideal Mix For Highballs 10C bottle Five Full Glassea Mads and BntUed In Port Chester By SILVER BEVERAGES Inc Palmer Pise TeL HRS Choosing A Strange 'New Fishing Club Is Inaugurated The Phi Gamma Fishing Club chapter 41 held its first meeting last evening at the home of Douglas and Constance Calenberg of B8 Glendale Place Programs and plans for the coming Fall Season were dlscusecd and George Lang gave a short talk- Meetings will be 'held every Friday evening at 7:80 and election of officers will feature the next meeting at the Same residence Miaa'-Georglanna Cole daughter Of Mr and Mrs Kenneth Cole of North Regent Street freshman At Edgewood Park Junior College entertained her roommate Miss Eleanor Hull of Troy at her home during the weekend' Miss Dorothy Scully- of Steamboat Road Greenwich and Miss Vivian Davis of 11 Vs Read Street I Port Chester' returned home this 1 weekend from a two weeks' trip to Miami and Havana Mrs John Wynne Ryan spent I the weekend at Hanover visiting her eon John Ryan a sophomore at -Dartmouth College" who has Just been" pledged to Kappa Kappa Kappa fraternity Mrs Ryan celebrated her birthday while' there' with a dinner at the Dartmouth Outing- Club She was accompanied on the trip by Miss Rose Weir of Hawthorne Avenue and Harry Parker of Hobart Avenlie William Provost son of and I Mrs Provost of 220 Leices-I ter 'Street was' recently pledged I to Kappa 8ignfA fraternity at I Dartmouth College where he is a I Sophomore' Mr' and Mrs Anthony' Daniel iVerdisco of 279 'Main Street' Tuckahoe announce the birth of boy st United Hospital on Fri-I day Oct 13 Mrs Verdisco is I the former Katherine Gozzl of 17 1 Division- Street Port Chester Mrs- Albert 'LL Furth of Upper CLIP THIS BICIPI I I The Whale Fuinily Will like Apple and IKaisin Pudding II TESTED Ado AMOVED ST THE McooBMicK consume board -Serves 5 1 Easy is Prepare 4 madium-aised tart apple legs cup susar 1 tablespoon flour 1 teaspoon baking powder cup saedlrea rminns 1 Uaapoon McCpnnick vanilla teaspoon McCormick anna- aJiMti LM tin domd dbIm and wii KnrowHT rWaiashiitmra lea istl taka is wsdnla ana CUP) far sheet thirty ieiSce Sene arid nth enea NOTSi McCeiwick Vulk nm Iwr Sever ie ar Or it iwipt U'e pure ges-eiee tk Sseet ns cut hujr Year peeer hes UeCemek Tee Spieee tad Extract Gibbs School Mr- Carpenter was graduated from' Choate' School and attended Princeton University Tha wed-' ding will take place in January RUMMAGE BALE The Port Cheater Section of the Council of Jewish Women te sponsoring a rummage sale this week at 42 South Main Street EARL Of LONDON 41 -Varik Mala It 44T1 Now Under Ovnenktp Helen Chalmers Assisted kr Gertrada Patara OPENING SPECIALS Beg Ml Permanent 350 Whole Head) Beg 499 Qflft End Permanent tsUU Pkama far AppatataMat Tsdar HAY FEVER? 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Nakamo Tablets Tha Effcctiva New TraatiiMBl No Ephcdrin Aspirin nor Opiatu A Yarn Dnggiit ETH-SAL CO Ine 849 WEBSTER AVENUE New Rochelta Chiltlren DRIiVK this milk also contains an Milk Cr Cream Co Churchy with the topic "Getting Along With Older People" Others who participated in the discussion were Philip Bean talking on Nancy Fc'rretti on "Ad Vice of "Older Peo-' and Alex Anderson on in Older People" On Thursday evening at 8 o'clock the group will leave the church for a hay-ride to Somers In case of rain the affair will be postponed till the next week Ruth Donado Bride Of James Farrell wedding of Mias Ruth The wedding of Mias Donado daughter of Mr: and Mrs Charles' Donado of S3 Oak Street Harrieon and James Farrell son of Mrs Timothy Farrell of 80 Railroad Avenue Rye and the late Mr Farrell was solemnized at a ceremony yeeterday -afternoon in the Church of the Resurrection Rye The Rev Jamee Tully assistant pastor officiated Miss Iris Stoddard of Harrison was the bride's maid of honor and only attendant Joseph Bpak of Rlverevllle Conn served as best man When the couple return from a Wedding trip they will reside- at S3 Oak Street Harrison Mr Parrel- ia employed by the County Transportation Company LEGIQN AUXILIARY MEETING The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the clubhouse on Pearl Street tonight at 8:19 to discuss rehabilitation work for December Mrs John Simmons will preside A meeting of the color guard will be held also to make plans for the competition and ball to be held at Yonkers VALIENT COURT TO MEET Valiant Court Order of Amaranth will meet tomorrow night at 8 at- the Masonic Temple with Mre Turner- presiding King Street le among the guests at the Hotel New Weston -In New York CHy Mre Elizabeth: Kllngenbfrg of 100 Purchase Street Bye had as her guest last week hr daughter' Miss Winifred KUngenberg of Daytona Beach Fla who has been visiting (he World's' Fair ASK ME ANOTHER ANSWERS ANSWERS 1 Senator James Hammond of South Carolina 2 Texas Evolution 4 English architect (1632-1723) (Questions on Editorial Pago) 100 SHARE OR ODD LOTS Rnnklet for lnvMtnr anil sill If IflpiMt (hjsholm (hapman iftMffj Mmm fsn I'idCMXidRgi Oissoau La fayana iIl Pmrflutio Mueugm To TVuxton Davis Mr and Mrs Leelie Brsnne-man of 249 Storer Avenue New Rochelle have announced the' sn- I' man Washburn gagement of their daughter Miss I Wey Marla-Lou Brenneman to Trax-ton Davis son of Mr 'and Mrs Jesse Davis of Loch Lane Fort Chaster formerly of New Rochelle Miss Brenneman was graduated from New Rochelle High School where she was a member of Alpha pi si on Sorority and attended Southern Seminary and the Naw York School of Fine snd Applied Arts She Is a member' of the New Rochelle League for Service Mr Davis also -was graduated from New Rochelle schools and attended Columbia University Ha is n-member of the Caadlewood Isle Club and la In th lumber business in Fort Chester Mergentbaler Mrs-John Mr William A Lawrence From Purchase Blum Mrs ohn Carl Pforzhelmer Reginald Pressprlch Reid from Robert Ackerman Chisholm Mrs Mrs Carl Jsrtmlsh Milbank Newborg Joseph Greenwich: Mrs Mrs Georgs The Yet All milk is nourishing but find DairylCQ Vitex Vitjmin-D much mor so! Th jbundinc of Vitatnin addJ to this milk will mak you and your childran healthier' It not only tha many prevalent diseases by building up a strong re sistance against but Setter Mss Absorbent Sanitary Napkins For Young Women-a Message tt yet wsal eras tor (nstor srstsctloii irulsr alMsy iwtrltr Isslst ossa VsMsva the Inmal stskla It's ssfsr ssHar asts fass hsesus It Isats tsassr Try It asst Uni AIM try SWANK Ufa ssfisr ss siara iSMrttnt Mltat Umm as HANOI ZO tbs kataMS (sclfl tfa-UUM Tsu-n llks Uum Ml hseasss it tests bngerl abundant amount of Other -health building qualities that are the primary requisites to keep growing children healthier! PORT CHESTER 353 jllio Prompt Deliveries Mode to Rye BLONDER Dally item Staff Photo Aihoag the guests at the Informal dance given by the Port Cheater Contemporary Club at Kant House Greenwich Saturday evening 'was Mrs David Murray of Port' Chester' the chairman whoa "pnrtnsc'' indicates that Hallowe'en is in the 6flnf wnoa "paruer uaieate that Halloween is oujue i i i 1 ii 'I".

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