The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York on January 24, 1948 · 5
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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York · 5

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WOMAN’S NEWS THE DAILY ITEM PORT CHESTER N Y SATURDAY JANUARY 24 1948 WOMAN’S NEWS FACE FIVE Jane Todd Head Of GOP Women In New York NEW YORX (AP) — Mias Jane Todd o( Tarrytown former Aa-aerablywoman yesterday wu elected pretldent of the Federation of Women'! Republican Cluba of New York State Mrs Harold CL Oatertag Attica elected drat vice president and Mra Gladya Gregory of Otaego County aecond vice preaident Mra Kenneth Power of Rnchea- ter waa named recording aecre-tary Committee reporta and the election occupied the morning aeaalon of the Federation' annual meet-tng after which the women re- ceased for luncheon when they were addressed by Mra -Robert W Macauley aaciatant chairman of the Republican National Committee Mra Joaeph H Farrington wife of the Hawaiian Delegate to Congress and Mra Chailea W Weia Jr national committee woman from Rochea-ter The Federation pledged ita up-port to Gov Thomaa E Dewey for the Republican presidential nomination' In a -resolution which read: "Because of Gov Dewey’s mag- t niflcent administration of New York State a record which has Mi distinction - vigor and expanding itrength to our democratic form of free government ‘‘And because of Gov Dewey's nationally acclaimed record in appointing able women to state office and In giving official statui to women in the field of commerce and Industry! “And because of Gov Dewey’s executive decisions which have V shown an active sense of concern for the future-of the young peo-nte of our state "We the' members of’ the New York State Federation of Women’s Republican Clubs pledge our loyal and wholehearted support td the candidacy of Gov Dewey for the presidency of the United States and acknowledge our responsibility for confirming to the i women of the Republican Party in this country the reasons for our pride’ and confidence in his proved fitness for the highest office in the nation" Personal! Mr and Mrs Tolman E Pilliard and daughter Nefiene have returned to their home in Howard 3 Dt after visiting their son-in-law and daughter) Mr and lbs Larry Sinn 16 River Avenue Byrajn- ' Miu -Catherine Smith 210 'Westchester Avenue Fort Chester is ' confined to the United Hoepital ' i' CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY: DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE TUB naxorai RRSTAURARZ— Opan 1 Monday- 5)4 Bouth Mein Street DINING - asman-s 1 mu— SU FOOD TELEVISION OKtestia mdey end Setae-toy Special retee to partial wadding dub attain Mcmeronedt Mtlt Ante Excellent Food Cboic Wtnas Uqaocs Been Mu!- nlfhtly (Send Tnaadajre Whit Plains Route 82 TL W P rtSOSA TIB RfOKWUJK ASMS KOTKL— tekee The Pickwick Roan Dinner Supper amaf mall or large partleo at moderate FRENCH RESTAURANT US OAl FINGUDt Frenrh Culelne Exclusively Win sad Liquor Laarhaan lr IM pm Dtawee M TM Closed Non 8 Wcetehertar Are White Plelna tdrtu 1 - - ITALIAN - SOWS SAB KKSTAURANT — I tallan-A mortem Cooking Luncheon 11:10 IP k Dtbaer MO P IL 172 North Main Stmt Port Chwtar M20 OMKSTKAD BAR A OHM Nest Port Cheotar Conn Pina Spaghetti Vel teffellnptne veel and peppers be Italian food Call Byram SlmllW OMUTi DtK rraeente the Debonair— -Three (S) Vsteu — Three (3) teetru-null — Three (3 einging penoneiltlea Choice Food A Llquon Mom’k WBIXSWAI BAB B Steals end Chicken 100-102 Sol Main SL SANDWICHES d sweet iHornt SIR Cotter Open till II P M SEA ££ FttWW ora STBRT DAT— 18a P M m end Set 13-U P L Serrtnc eoekUUe end Tempting See Food Boeton Part Rd Co Cob Conn SPECIALTY USBRTT PUB MARKET— Sen Food and Eleh Shrimp Lobeter cooked to order oa ooe-helt hour uoUool Liberty Square Port choicer S0H& ! STB F1U lURKBT-Su Food (Man A Purchaea Stmt Ryu 7-MU SWEDISH - fluiwtt RESTAURANT— Excellent food moderate price her ead hroUad lobeter Bedford Rood near King St Cheppaqn TML TEMPTING FOOD - IAR OKAPPun VILLAGE IRS— ‘ When meeting your Iriende for good food ! GBAUD BILLER’S BLUB RAIIurtuaeemu'g hmche tame SOc Snturdoy evening U South Mote P C tOWT Trtertelon IBiUrGRIHA’g— By the wntertella Cboteo steaks ipocluttl eea Seed ehlcken hi the rough at tba "Snake pit" Pert Rood DarteuStemford lte ttuTMOS A TOJTS— Dalictotti Hems Cooked Meala Supeib Set Food sr (pedal lancheone and dinner iio Rectory stmtCrtl Fort ROW ARB MNKMM’S-DrtleMii Amcrteu dUwa Prten to St — — — — Seekothoolt Huge oocfcUlle alroondltlonod U A M 'tUlmldntte Gnabidno RW PORT COCK TAIL LOUNOE A BAB— Luncheon (ram U A M S p M SdlP M Willett and PrtSaniAwnualSrt Cheeter MRR THB rUESTOE BESTAUBAKT— Known for flneet Fite and brinks Seel xoueoiwMt prim 180 Hamaroneck AFor reeervetlona call 'Vkrt putne S-T42R AT0 Look in Hafg - Retemble Pancako PARIS (AP) — Women's hats are going to have the new look too— something like pancake or a sublued mushroom The new models French designers say are intended to go with the longer dresses now being worn They also win neces- The year’s first newdolteetion of Spring hate waa shown Wednesday night by Gilbert Oral one of thla fashion capital's leading millinery designers The preferred shape was pan-' cake wrhich in some models wu puffed up a little so that it resembled a somewhat tired-toadstool Cloche and toque v shapes -also were featured Elaine Miller Given ‘Sweet 16’ Party A “sweet sixteen" party wu tendered Mias Elaine J Miller daughter of Mr and Mrs John Miller 925 King Street Port Chester last night at the Elks' clubhouse Westchester Avenue Attending were -Dorothy Lynn Carol Chauls Elite Sipklns Estelle Stem Janet Samuel Carol Lynn Raybin Irene Adler Debra Cohen Ellen Wein Lorraine Pugatch Marion Eisenstadt Connie Glaser Rom Benerofe Bob Kaiser Phil Brock William Marvin S Wein Neil F' Milter Gerry Damsky Jack UberMan Leonard Kaiser - Sid Mendelaon Irving Tishler BH1 Yale and A1 Turner of Port Chester Also Marilyn Savitt Roy BroWn Bill Shames ’ of White Plains Judy Goldsmith Evelyn Weinberg Eteanan Kate Donald Fardman of New York Mary Ann Frank Purchase Janet Steinberg Bruce Gordon of Greenwich Gene Meyers Mount Vernon Edward Steinberg and Bob Wagman of Norwalk County Alpha Phi Will Meet Feb 2 SCARSDALE — The care being given at Irvington House to the child patients Buffering from cardiac disorders - will be discussed at the dessert-meeting of Westchester Alpha Phi at 1:80 PM Monday Feb 2 at the home of Mrs Julius Brauner SO Circle ROftde Aid to cardiac children la the Alpha nil national project Speaker! will be Mist Anne M Wolfe superintendent of Irvington House and Mrs Louise Shep-pa social worker there Plana will -be discussed for the tea for mothers of the Irvington House patients to be given Feb 8 by Alpha Phi Mrs John Baird of Scarsdale is chairman i CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY day nne night a la carts Crca rtf np Port Cheeter MS78 DANCING tn announcing to opening at on may GnenwleS S4UXX AMERICAN iter N X Crtl P C - SNACKS In all ktnde at delielou oudslehee and Purcheee Stmt Rye N V FOOD FOODS te take i ttaom end aystan AMERICAN Am Fort Cheeter Dendng a la outs 2232Z Services Slated For Tomorrow At Grasslands EAST VIEW — Baccalaureate services for the mid-year graduating dau of the Westchester School of Nursing Grasslands pital tomorrow night Graduation exerdsM will be held Tueeday Mfbt The Sunday night program will be preceded by a buffet supper given by the faculty for the graduating nurses their friends and family The Rev Dean J Martin pastor of the Second Reformed Church Tarrytown will give the baccalaureate addreee at 8 PM Dr Bather Lloyd -Jones profea-' ear of education at Teachers’ College Columbia University will addreca the due on graduation night speaking on "Multiple Careers for Nurse" Dr Edrtln Hannon director of the hospital will pmlde v The diplomas will be presented by Ruth Taylor commissioner of public welfare Dr E CL Ward White Plains chairman iff the Grasslands medical board will address the daie and MrS -Almira Hematead director at the Westchester School of Nursing will present the graduate with their registered nurses pins A reception win be held following the program for friends relatives and Grasslands staff members Good Counsel Unit Sets Bridge Show WHITE' PLAINS — Plan Sr being made by the Westchester Chapter of Our Lady of Good Counsel Alumnae for a bridge and Spring millinery show at 8 PM Friday Jan 30 in Preston Hall on the College Campus Mrs Eileen Blake of Yonkers will present models in new millinery creations Mrs Lewis Mayer of Hastingt-on-Hudson Is ’chairman of the oommlttee in charge comprised of Miss Julia Koch Scarsdale Miss Winifred Flaher Tuckahoe Mias Marion Sengsmlth Scarsdale Mra William Kane Lareh-mont Miss Joan O’Neill Harts-dale and Mra Hazel McEvoy White Plains Reservations may be made with committee members or at the College Mrs Charles Chalmers of Ardsley alumnae president has announced RECUPERATING Charles William Tineas 38 Oak Street Port Chester is recuperating at his home after being confined to United Hospital ASK ME : ANOTHER f ANSWERS - L John Law 2 One that -trains for teaching 8 Germany 4 The union bf two vowels in one sound or syllable 5 To shorten parte in a drawing to give the impression of distance (Qaastions Editorial Page) Daily Pattern TEENER’S DELIGHT pake Pattern 4050 your first project this term! Check it In cotton for a crispy sduxd-snd-date dress And in white it’s a graduation beauty I FULL-drcle aldrt that goes whee-e! This pattern easy to use simple to sew la tested for fit Includes complete illustrated instructions Pattern 4950 in teenage sizes 1012 14 18 Size 12 takes 4 yards 35-inch fabric Send twenty-five cento in enin for this pattern to The Dally Item Pattern Department 50 Westchester Avenue Port Chert ter N Y Print plainly name ad-dresi with zone' size end style number-— — r The New Look thia spring is the Anne Adame Look! See it in our new Spring Pattern Book-just out! Send only fifteen cento more In this catalog of easy -sew styles for the whole family Also Printed right in the book fa a BILL LYONS' COMMUTERS SERVICE STATION Period! Winter Chaek-Ups Cars Sarvieed White You 8kop Skid Chains and ' Emergauey Lin In Oar Mlmg I Um SSraa p a um ESSO SERVICE HOWARD GOON LEW former Rye resident and his bride Yim whom he met and married while visiting his relative in China Howard attended Rye schools and previous to World War H in which he served for three and a half years was a restaurant manager The couple expect to return to the States about the intddle of February - Joan Vrtink Tendered ?arty On Anniversary The eighth birthday anniversary of Joan Vrtiak daughter of Mr and Mrs John Vrtiak 10 Madison Avenue Port Chester was celebrated yesterday with a party at her home - Attending were Rose Mary Leonard Joan Smith Elsie lAb-back Frances Liska Maiuk Goodcuff Linda and Leah Brock Patricia Wagner Noe 11 Sheehan Maria Tericka Beverly Brecken Laura Dean Beatrice Dorcek William Hurts George Jasensky John Vrtiak Mrs Sophie Hurts and Mrs William Hurts Geller-Chapman Nuptials Are Set Announcement is made of the' forthcoming marriage next vgeek In Waterloo Iowa of Miss Laurel J Chapman daughter of Harley Chapman and Mrs Vem Erickson of Waterloo to William F Geller son of Mr and Mrs George Geller Sr 13 Suimysfde Place Harrison Mias Chapman was graduated from Waterloo schools and her fiance from Harrison schools He served In the Navy in the ETO during the war He te with Jimmy Barnett's orchestra in Sioux Falls S D cLicC&LmS Free Pattern for a su’t't hat-and-bag set I Sorority Initiates New Members New members wqr initiated tt the recent meeting of the newly-formed Alpha Beta Chi Sorority at the home of Miss Marilyn j Cammarato Halstead Avenue! Port Cheater Officers are Veronica Fuchs president Selma' Johnson secretary Mias Cammarato treasurer- ‘Also present were Pauline York Joan Banka Dorothy Senft and Marcetene Bardinella Refreshments were served The next meeting will be at the home of Mias Johnson Religious Film Shown At St Paul’s Seventy-five persons attended a presentation iff the religious film "Beyond Our Own" recently at St Paul's Evangelical Lutheran Church The program was under the auspices of the Missionary Society with Miss Gladys Zipf as chairman Vocals -were rendered by John R Ridberg arid John Allan accompanied by Miss Corinne Morrell The film was shown by John Mowbray and 'Edward Dehmer and the Rev William R Fslrman pastor spoke on the importance of films in religious education Council To Mark 2nd Anniversary The 22nd anniversary of the Port Cheater Section National Council of Jewish Women will be marked at the Monday meeting at 8 P M in the Jewish Center Two films “Homemaking Yesterday Today and ’tomorrow" and "The Telephone Hour” will be featured Rabbi Leonard Schoefer teacher of Jewiah religious education at the Cardiac Home and Children's Village has made a plea for Bilile story books in English and members are requested to bring them to the meeting LEFT FOR MIAMI Donald MacIntyre eon of Mrs Edward Hayes 311 Irving Avenue Port Chester has left for a three weeks stay in Miami Fla with hfa grandmother' Mrs William Leibrock CT 'Auction Sale 'W X 8CHE1NBERG Auctioneer ' for H MILLER ' XEfTJl MONDAY Jau N 1946 8 P M at 4M MAIN HT - STAMFORD CONN PARK ROW CAFI Completely Equipped RESTAURANT INSPECTION: SUNDAY Jna 86 a wim wjjraw sickt Chiropractic Has Aided Millions! Dealing specifically with spinal misplacement 7— removing them scientifically— Chiropractic hai aided killion to health — Have your spine corrected and enjoy good health — sane living — withdut the use of drugs 1 y - DAVID RUT AN CHIROPRACTOR— PALMER GgADUATB 8 King Street Liberty Square Port Cheater (Over Johnsoa-BteraiBaa) WE MARE Offlao Roma Til rartter Vatirai WaakSaira: 14 X H FS Eranlac: An Wri W- 1 M PM SatnrSar l-lt naan Olfcar Baara ky SpsaialaMn Only- 'ort Chester Church The Salvation Army 55 Westchester Avqnue Adjutant and Mrs Janies Hay man officers In charge 11 A M holiness meeting 2 P M Sunday School Mr James Hayman in charge' 8 P M Evangelistic meeting Th Volunteer at America 116 Willett Avenue Major and i Mrs Herbert 'CL Stilson' cam-thanding officers 10 A M Sunday School ’Adjutant James T : superintendent 7:30 PJt divine worship Praise service precedes the sermon- Special e-1 lections by chotr and orchestra ' Monday 4 P M Hobby Club will meet 7 P M VTA Ulub will i meet "to work for children at Sun-: shine Cottage Grasslands r Bummerflrld Methodist Church King Street and Willett -Avenue the Rev Erneat F Neumann pas- tor 9:45 A M church school Miss Miriam P Foster superintendent 11 A M morning worship Sermon by pastor “The Church and Its Local Environment" Tbla is the aecond in a pre-Lenten series on “The- Church of Christ as a Contemporary Movement” 7 P M Meth- odist Youth Fellowship Leader Harold M Kriffen Jr HI Paul's filuvsk Lutheran Church 286 Delevan Avenue Byram the Rev Milan A Ontko &Dm pastor 9 A M Sunday School 9:45 A M English morning service 10:45 A M Slovak morning service Church at the Sacred Heart of Jesus 229 Willett Avenue the Rev Mich&eK F Kowalczyk pastor Confessions Saturday 4 to 6 and 7 to 9 Maaaea Sunday 7:30 R 10:30 A J4 Holy Rosary Church Dop Bos-eo Place the Rev Aloytlus Triton SC pastor Confessions Saturday 3 to 6 and 7 to 9 P M Masse Sunday 6 7 A 9 10:15 and 11:15 Perpetual novena to Don-Bosco Tuesday at 7:30 P M Church of Our Lady of Merry Westchester Avenue the Rev Lafayette W Yarwood pastor Conteiaions Saturday 4 to 6 and 7:15 to 9 P M Masiaa Sunday i fi:30 & 9 10 11 AM and 12:15 I P M Perpetual Miraculous Medal j Novena services Monday at-8 P M Corpus Chrlstl Church South Regent Street the Rev Alphonse Volonte pastor Masses 7 8" 9 and 11 A M Italian devotions Sunday at 7:30 P M Novento SL John Boaeo Wednesday at 7:30 P M Italian Peutecoetal Church Touraine Avenue the RevsAn-thony De Bari pastor Sendees Sunday IP M Chmeh at Our LerS Jesus Chrfat at the Apoatolle Faith 15 East Broadway Elder J W Sadler in charge Prayer meeting Sunday at 4 P M New Jerusalem Fire Baptised Holiness Church of God 149 South Main-Street the Rev Sister H G Brown pastor 11 A M Sunday School It Peter's Danish Lutheran Church Division Street Byram the Rev’ A C Kill gagrd Jr pastor ' Danish service first Sunday in every month at 4- P M English Sendee third Sunday in each month at 3 P M Calvary Fun Gospel Church (meeting at St Peter's Danish Lutheran Church Division Street Byram)" Hie Rev Frederick D Smith pastor Miss Theresa Pao-letti organist 10 A M Sunday School for all ages Carle ton J Raymond superintendent 11 A M morning worship Children's Church for youngsters 8 P M Evangelistic service' St Frauds A M R Church 18 Smith Street the Rev Adholz H Pagan minister 9:30 A M Church School H R Durden superintendent 11 A M morning worship and sermon "The Unopened Door" Music by joan McGrath STUDIO or im DANCE Ballraam - Tap - Zsc Balia a Aerated Daaclat a - - a Raaieal Caaadr Phone’ Pert Cheater 6-9978 US WRRTCHESTEB AVENIIX (Conoa Rraad St) a POST CXESTES V J $10000 PROTECTION AGAIXRT LAWSUITS rOX AOCIDKSTS FOR 111 PER YEAR Why Not Talk to G Otis Rockefeller imURANCR - BEAL ESTATE 989 Waatrheater Avenue TeL 9TN P O Evening Phono 1I7-M HOME CALLS - v Part Cheater Phaaea — OMre: 1-1147 Hams: J-1MS Serv ices — Rev Eugene Rogers leader 7:30 P M wonhip and sermon "Rejoicing Religion “ Music for Senior Choir Prof Oscar Yefwood director I St Pater's Church corner of Westchester - Avenue and Smith Street the 1 Rev' Dr' Lewis R Howell rector The Rev Frederick W Dearing assistant The Rev Edward B Ferguson assistant - Services (or Septuagesima Sunday: 7:30 A M Holy Eucharist 8:45 A M Holy Eucharist 9:30 A M Church School service 11 A M morning prayer with sermon by rector Monday Conversion of St PauL 10 A M Holy Eucharists ' PreshyteHaa Churrh North Main and Highland Strata the Rev T Francis Smith pastor 9:45 A M Church SchooL -Lesion: “Workers With God” Benjamin P Sprague superintendent 10:45 A M meeting of the session 11 A M Young People's Sunday will be observed Hie Pastor will be assisted by two members of the Teeners’ Society Installation of officers of that group will take place St Paul's Evangelical Luth-Charrh-10 William Street Byram the Rev William R' Fair-man pastor 9 A M Sunday SchooL Miss Caroline Burgevhv superintendent 10:30 A M- morn-ing service - Serman “Spirited attired in dusty Labors” 8-P M annual conferencemeeting Music for the choir refreshments by Missionary Society Monday 7 P M 20-40 club will meet - " First Chureh at Christ Sdau-ttet Leicester Street and Irving Avenue 9:40 A M Sunday SchooL 11 A M morning worship with ‘Truth” aa the subject of the Lesson-Sermon The Golden Text te: "Study to shew thyself approved unto God a workman that nfedeth not to be ashamed rightly? dividing 'the word of truth” (Luke 8:4-8 11-13) Reading Room at 206 -Westchester Avenue open to the public each weekday from 11 to 5 Christian Science broadcast first and third Sundays of each month- 11 106 A M WQXR A lecture on aecond Sunday of each month at 3:05 PM Mount Zion Bltlst Chnreh 23 Slater Street the Rev John H Nichols pastor 9:45 A M Church SchooL Raymond H Smith superintendent 11 AM-meaning worship Sermon by pastor Music by Junior Choir 8 P M sermon by pastor Music by Gospel Chorus Mis Martha Keeler pianist and director North Baptist Chu-efc Corfu- Massa fa the former Theresa of'klnr and'pdhingo StiCsta tha ! Caataldi of Harrison Rev Mahlon Pomeroy pastor 1U A M Church SchooL G Otis Rockefeller superintendent 11 A M morning worship' Sermon by- pastor “The Phis That Counts” 8 P M evening service - Sermon by pastor “How Much Do Wc Care?” Bethesda Baptist Chink Broad and William Streets the Rev Robert E L Hardmond pastor 9:30 A M Church SchooL L P Gregory superintendent 10:50 A M morning worship “Christians For What?” aa subject of sermon 7:20 P M evening service Sermon "Doorway to Life"- Complete Prescription Service! MA Brock Label Is Your Guarantee Of Accuracy” BROCK PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Free BsUusry Sorvfos Depend On Me! mini JB 31 Bush Avenue iMiss Helen Fanese Become The Bride Of John Sullivan Mias Helen Fame daughter cf Mr and Mrs Alexander Fanese of 23 Pine Street was married to John J Sullivan son of Mik Eugene Sullivan of Wateibuzy Conn- formerly of Rye and the fate Mr' Sullivan at 11:45 o'clock this morning In St: Mary's Church Greenwich The Rev' Edward O'Connell officiated at the ceremony which waa followed by a reception for about 125 guests in the Pickwick ArmaHotel Greenwich Given In marriage by her father the bride wore a gown of white ilipper satin fashioned with an Illusion neckline trimmed with seed pearls long sleeve and a train Her fingertip-length veil of illusion was fastened to a seed pearl crown and she carried a crescent-shaped bouquet of orchids and bouvardia Miss Claire Bailey of New Rochelle waa maid of honor in an aquamarine taffeta gown with matching heart-shaped half hat She carried ' a crescent-shaped bouquet of yellow roses BridMmaidrtwefeMisi Dorothy Klein of New Rochelle and Mrs George Han seek of Greenwich rose taffeta-with matching heart-shaped half hats They carried crescent-shaped bouquets of talisman rosea Thomas H Horrigan of Water bury was best man far his cousin and the ushers were Albert T Fanese brother of the bride and William D Horrigan of Waterbury another cousin of the bridegroom Following a wedding trip by plane to Fort Lauderdale Fla the couple plana to reside in Greenwich The bride ls a graduate of New Rochelle High School Mr Sullivan a graduate of the University of Notre Dame and Hartford Law School served with the Army about three yean during the war including duty in the European theater' He fa now an attorney with the firm of Hirschfaerg Fet-tengill- Strong and Deming in -Greenwich ' DAUGHTER BORN Mr and Mrs Anthony P Masea of 129 Halstead Avenue Harrison announce the birth of their first child Carole Dec 28 at United Hospital The Infant weighed even pounds five ounces Miss Tel F C 5-0815 191 Westchester Avsmm I'm on the go early very morning go I cab deliver farm-fresh apd daily-fresh til the butter milk eggs cheese my customers order" for good health and body - building When you phone P C 6-1806 for me you’re sure of gpeedy polite ervicel ' hairy Tel Pert Chester S-180S 3 V J'-

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