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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York • 2

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The Daily Itemi
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Port Chester, New York
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i 'L- tHARRISON THE DAILY ITEM PORT CHESTER SATURDAY JUNE 21 1947 HARRISON PAGE TWO A waif la Mmlp AwuniB By Garden Club Mrs John Johnson with Harrison Bov In Slalfc Is Guest Of Post High School student will rpre- font Uw 'the American Upion of Harrison at the W7 Empire State- Boys' ltate rf the American LrRlon of New York to he lield at Colcnte University Hamilton New York starting Information On Colleges Available At Rye Library The Rye Free Reading Room today announced that for those interested in Information on colleges their courses and requirements it has from 50 to 60 catalogues from colleges and universities on its shelves and in addition the following reference books: "American Universities and published by the 'American Council on Education and "A Guide to Colleges Universities and Professional Schools to the Sn compiled by Carter Good to 1945 for the Council through -Saturday CYO In Kyc Plans acter and athletic achievement young McGuilllcuddy' will attend 1 An outing for Thursday eve-the mythical 49th state of the ning and a picnic July 6 have union which has as its'denanta been planned by the SeniorCath-fconreciatlon of democracy and olic Youth Organisation of the putting into practice the 1 Church of the Resurrection Jlye things in piflitics government and 1 it was announced today statesmanship which support good At a meeting Thursday night at government John picked for the rep from Westchester County under the sponsorship of the various posts of this area Resurrection School It was voted to have games and box supper illips Is Elected Alumni Trustee Of Wesleyan The Rev Wendell Phillips rector of Church Rye has been elected an Alumni Trustee of Wesleyan University Middle-town Conn It was disclosed today The announcement was made at the commencement of the University this week The Rev Mr Phillips was graduated from Wesleyan to 1926 having been elected to Phi Beta Kappa to hi Junior year Since then he hu been an active agent of the Alumni Fund and hu been on a number of committees serving the schooL Party Is Being Given By Glen Oaks Group The Glen Oaks Association to Rye today is conducting a children's party which opens with a costume parade 2 o'clock and will continue throughout the afternoon Prizes are being awarded for the most original and funniest costume after the assembly between the Boston Post Road and Walker Avenue by Roy Patterson committee chairman The program includes a pet show- and pie eating contest for all children special eventifor girls such as a doll show rope skipping sack and bean races hoys' events including a hobby show dart and ball throwing three-legged race and shoe race There also will be special games tot the younger children Refreshments will be served Rye Methodists To Have Baptism The Sacrament of Baptism will be administered to children of the Rye Methodist Church tomorrow morning at the 11 worship service it was announced today by the Rev Dr Lane Miller pastor Parents who desire to present infants for the ceremony are requested by Dr Miller to meet to the parlors at 10:50 A Dr Miller also announced that the group iff church people who to recent weeks voluntarily have redecorated the kindergarten and primary rooms and the front vestibule will begin work -on the church parlor during the coming week BOY STILL MISSING The Watkins boy who Was reported Thursday night to be missing from his home at 142 Maple Avenue Rye and for whom the police have sent out a seven-state alarm has not been found as yet police reported this morning The father Thomas Watkins" Sr wms contacted last night at which time he had heard nothing further Rye Detective John McGuire has been assigned to the case county chairman of Boy' State announced today with dining hail anembly hall ath letic field tcnnla court and pnaal WTn As those incurred at camp Uif being defrayed by Carle Anderson' Post on behalf of-young McGuilllcuddy who will be end forty boy who are attending at 6:30 next Thursday at Dislirow Park weather permitting James Savage was named chairman for the affair assisted 1 by Anthony Wells Jean Balls and ugrry Mooney The place for the pirate July 6 for which Frank Wells la chairman will he announced 'later Suggestions for trip to New York to' see a baseball game a Ashing trip and a beach party were also considered The next business meeting will be on July 1 at Resurrection School 1 Rabies Clinics Set Again For Rye Rabies clinics will be conducted In Rye In July and August under the direction' of City Health Officer Dr George Hogben he baa informed the City Council The clinics are a continuance of last year's program sponsored by the State to inoculate dogs to prevent an outbreak of rabies Five clinics were conducted in Rye last year Wa Rye Gets $2955 Franchise Tax Share The City of Rye has received $295514 from the County as Its share-in the distribution of franchise tax returns for the first quarter of the year to March 31 aty Clerk William Sclzer has Informed the City Council The City also has received 82389 from the Town of Rye as its share in the Income from the sale of foreclosed properties In which It had an Interest Kiwanis Club To Meet Tuesday At Disbrow The next weekly -meeting of the Kiwanis Club of Rye will take place Tuesday and will feature a softball game between the Rye end Mamaroneck Clubs at Disbrow Park at 7 The oc caslon will be a Joint meeting of the two clulis and a brief business meeting will follow the game The meeting Is being held Tuesday to avoid conflict with the Rye High School graduation Monday night the Club's regular meeting night ltnLDING BOLD The one-story building located at '57-57 4 Purchase Street has been resold by Frederick Brown to a client of Henry Baker New York broker The building occupies a plot 328 by 102 feet and is assessed at 24500 LEADING BEERS Dom Choice Delicatessen Groceries Fruits and Vegetables 9 Birds Eye 167 Inring Arenua rheas Faif ChMtee MISS tOpreail MX Factory) GLIFORT: (IDil nSfliiraeirs Rye Harrison Churches rShw of St Gregory the Great Harrison the Rev William Prunty pastor Rev Peter McNulty Rev Leo Laf fin curates uw at 7 A 9:30 11 12:15 Confessions Saturday 4 to 6 and 7:30 to 9 Tomorrow Baccalaureate Service Joseph Goodwine of New York City apeaker Lake Street Fun Gospel Church Silver Lake the Rev May Hy-sam pastor 3 Sunday SdwoIBihle Cla 4 Maft enjoon service 7:15 Pray-cr service wentag worship Wednesday 8 evening prtyer TMKf prayer sendee 8 evening worship Harrison Presbyterian Church the Rev Arthur A Wahmann pastor 9 AM Morning Service 11 A Morning Service Nursery to be had at 11 aenr-ice to care for children Topic: iff A Study to Divine Compassion" All Saints' Episcopal Church Harrison Rev Gqprge Keith rector Holy Communion 8 AM Morning prayer and sermon by the rector 11 A A Baccalaureate service First Church of Christ Scientist Fenlmors Road between Palmer Avenue and Boston Poet Road Mamaroneck Sendee at 11 a Sunday School at the hour Wednesday evening meetings 8:15 Reading room to north -wing of Church la open weekdays from 10 A to 5 PM Christian Science broadcast 1st and 3rd Sundays of each month 11:05 A WQXR A lecture 2nd Sunday of each month at 8:05 10 Alt tomorrow Healing iff Nations" over SUtion WCBS punch Bye the Rev Wendell Phillips STB rector the Rev Henry A McNulty vicar Felix McGuire AAGO organist 8 AM Holy Corn-union HAM Play School 11 A Morning Prayer and sermon by the rector Grace Chapel Milton Evening prayer and addresa at 8 Church of the Resurrection Rye (he Very Rev Msgr John McGowan pastor Masses 7 8 9 10 11 AM and 12:15 Confessions Saturdays 4 to 6 and 7:30 to 9 Rosary artd Benediction' Sunday at 5 rresbytartan Church the Rev Dr Frederick Cropp Jr guest Morning worships 11 A Sermon "Practical Christianity" Nursery class during HAM service Methodist Church of Rye the Rev Dr Lane Millar minister Second of a series of five lectures by the pastor on "The Prodigal entitled "The Discovery of Self" GIRL CUTS HAND After cutting her hand at the Dearborn Avenue entrance of the Rye Town Park yesterday Merlon O'Sullivan 15 iff Yonkers wu taken to the United Hospital by police where she received treatment for four cuts on her left hand The accident occurred at 1:50 when Mlu O'Sullivan tripped climbing steps foil and broke a bottle John Thomas QUALITY FUELOIL COAL TeL 5-8931 Tut Chester 1X1 Hortoa An DELCO OIL BURNERS Headquarters For Delicious Home-Made FROZEN CUSTARD Try Our Delicious HOME COOKED MEALS STEAKS CHOPS TASTY SANDWICHES The Coffee Cup Diner 224 Harrison Ave Harrison (NEXT TO TOWN HAUL) TEL HA 3-1148 Open Dally 1:38 to 1 A Sundays 13 Nooa to 13 XUtalto Nursery School Has Graduation At Purchase Seven "graduates" were presented with diplomas at the dosing exercises of the Purchase Community Nursery School held yesterday morning at the Com-! munlfy House About fifty persons among them fathers and mothers of the mepiberk -of the school were pres-j ent and were presented a program of songs and rhythms by the chil-' dren The "graduates" all about-five years -old wore pink carnations presented by one of the mothers and received their diplomas from Glenn Hudson director of the school They were: Gordian Bowling Anthony Gilmore William Hanna William Greene Jr Louise Ann Hulme William Kridel Jr and Katherine Ranulo The diplomas were made to the fashion of regulation diplomas by Mrs Wilson Art Teacher of the Nursery School Other children participating to the program were Ludle Abeles Philip Douglas Willard Fee Jr Harry Greenberg Gail Hus ted Rebecca Kittredge John Lan german John Porta nova Victor Porta nova Jr Andrew Snider Jr and Cynthia Wise Mrs Ruth Hudson head teacher served (refreshments Robert Garwick Goes To Ethiopia Robert Garwick of Camp Shanks Village son of Mr and Mrs Walter Garwick of Harrison Avenue Harrison has departed for Ethiopia where he hu accepted a position petroleum geologist to Ethiopia His wife the former Catherine O'Keefe of Harrison and their children Erin and Kenneth will join him to the Fall at Harar where he will make his headquar-ten Garwick who served four years Army Air Force a Marauder fighter pitot wag awarded an A degree to geology last week from Columbia University He Is a graduate of Rye High School to 1938 and of Dartmouth College Live Stock Complaint Discounted By Probe J-'A Marcus of North Street Harrison complained to police yesterday at 10:15 of his neighbor Nathan Steinberg of 3 North Street keeping dogs chickens and rabbits Police upon investigation found everything to Order at the" Steinberg residence and Informed Mr Marcus that Mr Steinberg possessed a permit to house the birds and animals Catholic Graduate To Attend A Service Joseph Good wine of New York City will be the guest speaker at the Baccalaurate Service iff the Church iff St Gregory the Great of Harrison tomorrow evening at 8 at which time tudenta of the Harrison High School who have readied outstanding achievement to religious Instruction will receive awards The Rev William Prunty pastor' will also address the students with the ceremonies closing with the celebration iff the Blessed Sacrament BACCALAUREATE BET Dr Ordway Tead of Harper and Brothers will present the baccalaureate sermon for seniors of Rye High School to the school auditorium tomorrow at 4:30 PM The annual senior tea will follow TO FETE FBEMD The beefsteak roast in honor of Theodore Fremd who la retiring from the Rye Police Pi' trol will be given at Disbrow Park Rye at 1 tomorrow William Brennan is chairman of the affair LJEdriveways TOP SOIL GRAVEL FILL BARBER and cot LOLA Inc Rya New York Tsl Rya 7-2000 INSTALL NOW SAVE 20 125 Jclhn- Jhl 'nirt JSSSt 23 hJS the medal which she has held for the past two years The presentation wax made at the last meeting of the club before the Summer recess held fn the Lecture Room-of the Harrison Presbyterian Church yesterday Hadron-wilh-79-point wis second and Mrs George Engle president of the" dub wax third with 72 HonprahW mention Mrs McGee 70 and Mrs Elmer Pennock Other winners were Mrs Stephen Carr 48'i: Mrs Frank Howard 46: Mrs Harrison Hunt 374 Mrs Alfred Sulla Jr 37 Mrs Coiling 264 Mrs Harry Newman Mr Walter Fuehs and Mrs Daniel Cristiano 224 each Mrs Irwin Oner and Mrs Maria Parker 18 each Mr Charles Mentzd and Mrs Paul Kay 164 each Mrs Meyer 16 Mrs Moody Sonn 134 Mrs Edwin Dean and Mrs Charles Calhoun 114 each Mrs Hiram McCann 34 Mr Harry Mosley and Mrs William Flanagan 8 each Mrs Aaron Lanier 7 Mrs Halpin 6 Mrs A Mee-cham 4 Mrs Frederick Bricker 34 MiX4L-H-Daggettand Mrs Johnson Mrs Robert Mitchell and Mrs John Dailin-ger 3 each" Mrs Charles Myers 2 Mrs Eugene Fceley 1 Mrs Sydney Dufton Mrs John A Graham and Mrs Raymond Tyler 4 each Mrs George Engle presided at the business meeting and announced that plans will be made tentatively during the Summer by the board of directors for the next event of the dub which will be the Fall flower show to take place In September the date to be announced later also-' for the annual luncheon In October The next meeting of the club will' be Thursday Sept 18 Mrs Angela Bayer of the Botanical Garden In-New York City showed colored movies and commented on the activities of the New York Botanical Gardqns Tek mil served following the meeting by Mrs McGee chairman Mrs Edwin Dean Mrs Harrison Hunt and Mrs Charles Calhoun Sunnyridge Picnic la Set For Friday A picnic for all the residents of Sunnyridge Harrison will he sponsored by the Sunnyridge Association at the picnic grounds Union Avenue Harrison on Friday of next week "at 6 Harry Mosley president announced today Games races and pbny cart rides will be featured for the entertainment of the young and old according to Mr Moaley who today urged that all persona attending bring their own bpx lunches for which soft drinks and hot coffee will be served by the organization NAVY TO GIVE EXHIBIT The Rye City Council has granted the request of the Navy Club of the United States for permission to give an exhibition of war weapons one man submarines and similar craft in Rye sometime in the future The date and site of the exhibit will be announced later The display is planned to help the campaign to recruit more men for the Navy COPS TO GET TOGETHER Rye and Port Chester policemen will Join for a- softball game and family picnic Tuesday evening at DUhrow Park Rye it was announced today The affair will be a continuance of an annual social for the two departments WALLET LOST Mis Evelyn Rradley of 19 Walnut Street Rye reports the loea of a brown leather wallet According to police It contains a driver's license and car registration UBRABY TO CLOSE Starting July 2 the Rye Free Reading Room will be closed Wednesdays throughout the Summer a library official said today It is expected that Wednesday openings will be resumed In the Fall TRICYCLE STOLEN Jerry Bisceglia of Park Avenue Harrison reported to police yesterday at 6:30 that a red- and white tricycle was taken from in front of his hone GRADUATION TOMORROW Resurrection Parochial School will graduate a class of 28 in formal commencement services tomorrow at 4 In the Church of the Resurrection resentative appointment -by the Joint' select inn of the High School Faculty headed by Louis Klein superintendent of schools and Alexander Anting principal and a committtee of (he Carle- Anderson Post comprised of Bon-Jamin I Taylor Jr chairman and Alfred Dnnado University has offered Its facilities for this year's State feeling that the need for thought ful governmental la greater than ever before" Charles Munson of White Plains' Sure Monday's Special At Iairkrm'ii Blurt rxrTisH nrrr stfw vetih txcMblrt ut titM "Iwlltn HWUMt ssA HfTfrai $125 PICKWICK ARMS HOTEL 1 fM Im4 Sramrlrk S-1IN A WEDDING EVERY No Indeed you don't have a daughter get ting married every day that's some thing special How about the decorating? May we you make your home as beautiful as you'll want your daughter to remember it on her wedding day? Call us today Purchasa St Rya Tel Rye 7-076J ARNOLD A 1 Eastern Petroleum Products Fox Island Road Purdy Avenue Tel Port Chester 5-2200 TeL Rye 7-2783 MISS JULIA BOXER Julia Boxer Earns Degree At NYU Miss Julia Boxer -daughter of Mr and Mrs Israel 'Boxer of SUtion Park ha received a Bachelor of Arts Degree upon graduating from New York University Before attending the college Miss Boxer was a student at the Harrison High School from which she graduated as valedictorian of the Senior Class of 1943 and while attending the New York State College' for Teachers at Albany was a member of the Alpha Epsilon Phi SWority and attained recognition to the Held of -dramatics-there In February 1946 Miss Boxer was transferred to New York University where she was active In the Washington Square Dramatic Society and was vice-president of Sigma Delta Omicron an English Honorary Society Her practice teaching wu completed at the Harrison High School Miss Boxer is now attending the Graduate School of Columbia University toward the degree of master of arts and upon completion will pursue higher education to brder to earn a degree a'fanssy Car Kills One Rye Dog Two Others Injured The put 24-hours has been a hard one on the dogs of Rye The canine populace of the city has suffered one death and two injuries according to the police A black spaniel wu struck and killed instantly while attempting to crou the Boston Put Road to the vicinity of the Rye Country Day School by the vehicle of James Repaci 146 Henry Street Eut Port Chester Pepaci told police that the dog seemed confused by the traffic and ran under the wheels of his car before he could stop At 1:40 Alexander Pappas of 47 Beck Avenue Rye repented that a dog appeared to be injured to the rear of his place Police investigation disclosed it to be a Pekinese with an injured rear leg apparently struck by a car The dog wu taken to the Humane Society to Mamaroneck after which the owner MrsL Winker of 4 Walnwright Street Rye wu notified Thomu McVey of 78 Wappa-nocca Avenue reported a dog as having fallen from a moving Jeep Witnesses state however that the animal apparently wu merely tunned for he got lip and ran off several minutes later nAVE JOINT FARTY A get-together marked the birthdays of Billy Walters who was six Thursday and his sister Rosemary who was 12 yesterday at the home of their parents Patrolman and Mrs James Walters 685 Forest Avenue Rye' Thursday Playful Little Stunt Almost Derails Train A west-bound New York New Haven and Hartford Express Train escaped derailment yesterday at 2:15 between the North Street Rye apd Harrison Avenue railroad bridges when a dynamite cap placed in a switch by an unknown person caused defective working of the switch Captain John Henderson of the railroad police reported the incident to Harrison Police who are making an Investigation into the matter FLOORS Need Re-decorating? Telephone Harrison 8-3947W and well do the rest! HOME CLINIC Short-Cut To A Happy Young married couples who are trying- to find a way to insure their happiness io- gether in the years to come will do well to atop in this bank aoon and let one pf our officers open a joint savings account for them Plan to deposit a certain sum EVERY week or month As the years go by accumulated savings will make possible the things you look forward to a home of your own sr car children or travel Start saving now while you are young If yon want to be happy later onr The Mutual Savings Bank of the Com munity for More than Eighty Years PORI CHESTER SAVINGS BANK Established 1865 Member Federal Deposit Insurance Carp "Buy Saving Expert In ROOFING and WATERPROOFING SHEET METAL WORK ALL TYPES OF ROOFS SLATE ROOFS REPAIRING Re-Roof Over Your Old Roof LEADERS and GUTTERS Cleaned Imtalled Repaired Tel G5-3925-J DAT er NIGHT 440 Willett Avenue Port Cheater xa'.

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