The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York on November 3, 1947 · 11
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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York · 11

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I i : Tr' : V fj WOMAN'S NEWS THE DAILY ITEM PORT CHESTER N YH MONDAY NOVEMBER 8 1941 WOMANS NEWS PAGE ELEVEN Jeanne MarieTMcKeever Married In Cos Cob To James Claude Adams St Catherlni Church River Miss Berlanstein Is Hostess At Tea : At Edison School r? son Sadie Berlanatefai wai hostess recently at a tea frir the elan mother of her fourth grade at the Edison School Miss Laura Eldridge new music supervisor was introduced and! accompanied by Miss Priscilla JTunlck music teacher at the Junior Rldh School sang several selections yiss Berlanstein explabied how long division Is taught to her pupils and discussed the work by the class The room was decorated with masks irjade by the children and With marigolds jack o’ lanterns and black pandles i Attending were Mrs Julius Sh has PTA president John M Min-Tise principal Mrs Henry Hart ' lieb Mrs Joseph Ingenloff Mrs ' Frank Wbidlsch Mrs Hagop - Aharenian Mrs James Repad class mother chairman Mrs Ed-‘ward Wovick Mrs William Snif- fen Mrs Anthony Rupp Mrs John Bierman Mrs Peter Korol " ' Mrs ‘Frank GordiskI Mrs Ben- Jamln TUUnghast Mrs Francis Sheehan Mr Carl Hotoph and' lira Albert Mayder Chayes-Walton ‘ 'Nuptials AreJHeld U Miss Martha Alice Walton daughter of Mr Arthur ’Norman Walton of Washington and Aaron 1 Herbert Chayes son of Mr and Mrs Nat Chayes son of Mr and Mr Nat Chayes at 59 Central Avenue Rye were married Satur-r day at the Chayes home Judge Roger Sherman of Rye perform-d the ceremony and a recaption ' followed Vt Mr Walton gave his daughter In marriage and Miss Rena Wilton was her- sister's attendant - Dr - Charles M Chayes cousip of the ’ bridegroom was beat man Mr and Mr Chayes will take a couth cm trip ' CJJurwift tor DIAMOND ENGAGEMENT RlfoGS For Fine Quality Newest Styles and Best Veins Come to s nmrz Saadquarten for Pint Diamond 104 N Mala K Part Ten aide waa the-aeene-Saturday of the wedding of Miss Jeanne Marie McKeever daughter of Mr and Mrs Charley F McKeever Sr 85 Butler Street Cos Cob and James Claude Adams son of Mr and Mrs James A Adams 84 Meadow Place Bye The Rev Joseph A Ganley officiated and a reception at the Greenwich Country Club followed The bride was escorted by her father She was attired In an ivory satin gown fashioned with a fitted bodice high neckline and flare skirt with a full court train Her fingertip veil was arranged from a coronet of pearls She carried a cascade bouquet of orchids and sUphanotis Mias Carol McKeever slater of the brider'was-mald at honoc-and-wore a light green Satin gown similar to that of the bride ' a-matching satin band as a headdress and carried talisman roaes and chrysanthemums Bridesmaids were Mrs Alex T Papp of Stamford and MlsaJdary Kearns of Rimdale They wore rose beige gowns similar to thd gown' of the bride headdresses of matching satin bands and carried the same flowers as the honor at-tendant William Baskin of New Britain Conn was heat man and serv- lng as ushers were John MacDon-nell and Alex T Papp of Stamford - After a wedding trip to Washington D C the couple will make their home In Greenwich Mrs Adams attended Low-Hey-1 wood Marymount ' School and Endicott Junior College Hie bridegroom attended Rye High School and Colgate University and la employed by the General Eleetrlct Company In Bridgeport He Is a member of Theta Chi Fraternity Marian Keegan Engaged To Wed Frank Honulik ' Mr and Mrs Peter Keegan 214 Grace Church 'Street Port Chester announce the engagement of theif daughter Marian to Frank Honulik son of Mr and Mrs Frank Honulik 150 North Water Street Byram - Miss Keegan Is a graduate of St- Mary's Parochial School and Port Chester High School She is employed by the New York Telephone Company Mr Honulik an alumnus of Greenwich High School served three years in the Army in the ETO and the Asiatic-Pacific theaters He is associated with Pitney-Bowes Stamford Junior Hadassali Membership Tea Yesterday Draws 50 To Marble Hall ML j - - a B1 laa aJ 9 aavltaL laaa Baaa Ua AVC'And Auxiliary Features Party On Halloween A Halloween party was featured on Saturday night by members of the Port Che ter-Rye-Ha rrison chapter of the American Veter HiUk JAMES A ADAMS Bradford Bachradi New Lebanon P-TA Is Host At Party : ' file New Lebanon P-TA under tiie direction at the Greenwich Recreation Board sponsored a Halloween party Friday night at the school for more than 800 children The parade was canceled because at inclement weather Pupils of the ' kindergarten through the fourth grade assembled in foe auditorium' and members of the fifth through toe eighth grades gathered in the gymnasium Coytume winners In the lower grades were Maureen -O'Brien prettiest Terry Gallagher funniest Janet Grescak moat original ' Higher grade awards went to Maureen Kohut prettiest Joan 'reacak moat original Harold Barnes best tramp Game winners were Dicky Polovchik Andrew Vrtiak Michael - Garfolo Irene Thnchak Robert Christian David Lee Philip Bersch Thomas Iversen Thomas Utica Patrika Kohut Jacqueline BonnelL The committee consisted of Lloyd BL Wheeler honorary chairman Mrs Stephen GrescaKr general chairman’ Mrs Paul Peten co-chairman Mrs Glenn Hacker Mrs Rudolph Hroriendk Mis Fkul Kolok ‘ Mrs G Mangold Mra Nat Morrow Mrs Anders Neegaard Mrs H Noyes and Mis Andrew Vrtiak LIBRARY TO GLOSS The Fort Cheater Public Library win he cloeed all day tomorrow Election Day Washington P-TA Marks Halloween One hundred and seventy-flve persons attended the annual Hallowe’en party of the George Washington P-TA held recently at the school Judges for toe grand inarch were Leonard Wldiy Benjamin Sherman and Daniel -Block Prizes Were awarded to Mrs- Andrew Romanello moat original Mrs Francis Bellantoni prettiest and lbs J Malnerd and Mra J Cor-saro funniest George Drago of the Port Chester YMCA led In toe playing of games for which prizes were awarded Edward Murphy of Bridgeport and Mrs Bellantoni won prizes The committee consists of Miss Ruth Karnes and Miss Julia Jacobi co-chairmen hire Block Mrs Michael Vita Mrs Ambrose Rocinello - Mrs Herbert Lock-wood Mrs Jamie DeBuono Mrs Sherman Mrs Benjamin Gr&no-wltz Mr Mortimer Schienhom Mrs Vito Bologna Mr - John Pprte HOLD HALLOWE'EN PARTY The Oakleaf Pinochle Chib held Its annual Halloween party Saturday night at the home of Mr nd lbs Joseph H Scott 53 Pearl Street Port Cheater - Halloween decorations were featured and refreshment served Attending were Mr and Mrs Raymond Stler Mr and Mrs Fred Coder Mr and Mrs Alfred Blen field Mr and Mrs Thomas Coughlin Mrs Matilda Carhart Mrs Bessie Schuike Mrs Mabel Goetz Mra Louise Doherty Mri Elizabeth Brown and Fred Hendry ans Committee and the Auxiliary at the hone of Mr and Mrs Alfred Levy 15 Parkway Drive Fort Cheater This is the first affair to be sponsored by the newly-formed Auxiliary Mrs Milton Miller wns chairman and about 40 attended attired In Halloween costumes Prize! were given for games which ranged from bobbing for apples "to "whistle with a mouthful of crackers'' Highlight of the evening waa the bidding in an "apple auction" 1 There kill be a meeting of the Auxiliary tonight at the home of Mra Milton L Greenberg 25 Purdy Street Harrison - Plana for toe Thanksgiving square dance Nov 21 will be completed Mrs Quentin Wright president has announced that wives sisters mothers and daughter! of mem- ThC annual membership tea of the Port Chester chapter of Junior Hadassah attracted 50 young women to the Marble Halt Women's Club Rye yesterday after :on ' Miss Ann Elstenstadt a member of the national board of Junior Hadaftah wu Ws apeek and presented an Informal discussion regarding the “Physical and Political Characteristics of a Jewish State” She stressed the need for a growing number in the membership of Hadassah Norman Brooks ypung Port Chester pianist rendered several select ions including the "Third Movement from toe Moonlight Sonata” P o 1 o n a 1 “Mala-guena" anil tha “Warsaw Concerto" - Miss Phylan'-EberiStelt"7 chairman of toe membership committee welcomed the members aiid' introduced the guests and turned the meetlngover to Miss Shirley Stoler president who In turn thanked Mrs Benjamin Fcinman who was In charge of the preparation of the hors d'oeuvres and the setting of the " buffet table She was presented with g gift Mss Ann Anderson hostess at Marble Hall was alto thanked by Miss Stoler ' Guests included ' Mrs Canon W- Danglo Mrs Fcinman and Mrs Irving Matt president vice president and senior-junior advisor respectively of the Port Chester chapter of Senior Hadas-aah Attending wer e Rosaiyn Gllr man Marilyn Ferleger Bernice Feintuck Natalie Feintuck Mrs Max Hoppcrt Mrs Bernard Abel Mrs Morris Beln Mrs Norman Golden Mrs Arndld Bernfold Mrs Jack Freedman Mr Sidney- Wein Mrs Robert Jacobsen Mrs Harold Friedenherg Mra Jerome Welntraub Mrs Ernest Lovitch - Joan' RossHsrrist Freedman! Tiorothy Lynii Julia Wein Dolores ' Fclnsod Zelda Werksman! Rosaiyn Rosen! Bet— ty Fisher And Isabel Du belter co-chairman of the membership committee Gertrude Siegel Minnie Cchen' Goldie Cohen Erma and Doris Eiseman -Chariot te Liber- Tj man Frances Fox Jacqueline ' n Matt Shirley Grodnitsky Mildred 1 Clark Mildred Feinberg Mrs -Reuben Failan and Mrs Morris Goldsmith I Coimetiquet u Parfum $' Hi PIERRE da PARIS 8 PURCHASE ST Next to Best A Co ben or prospective members of the AVC are invited to the meeting Your CHILDREN Will Nood A Good EDUCATION! ' Tm os kin tth fall Isc tfcitaafc flaaabg bf tka (atari Why Not Talk ta G Otis Rockefeller reinuxcx uii mm EM Weattoeater Avamw TeLF C 87M Evaolag Phene 1B70-M You W31 Save Money ! And Get Beautiful Furs! Quality Fur! "Stylish Furs! 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Unlit Metal Shelf and Towel -Bar Begnlariy L45L Baked enamel finish A handy space saver 4 qt Heavy Aluminum Ware Regularly 400 "Lifetime" ware chef type or with- two side handles Hand Painted Wooden Trays - Begulariy SJ& Perfect for after dinner or tea tiin serving Hand Painted Metal Trays Originally (LOO Beantlfnl glfta eolorfnl attractive Assorted sizea I49 L29 179 29 c 69c 2798 149 195 PURE WOOL FABRICS A5L 150 to 295 Begnlariy 8J5 to 805 54” and 50” widths PERCALE CRIB SHEETS : - Begnlariy L50 45xTT High eonnt XetJJ ALL-WOOL BLANKETS oc - Begulariy 1705 Famous make ft z 00” IZsD virgin- wool blanket a Not al colors EMBROIDERED PILLOW CASES Begnlariy 800 per pair Flan quality feenatlfolly boxed for glfta t ’ i BED SPREADS Odd Lots Orlriaally 005 to 505 Twin wm wa wa c bed and double sixes el- 5e5U 10 05 U - leatvalue NEW FALL DRESSES' ’ Originally 1105 to 1715 Weeds rayoe erepes rayon failles ' NEW FALL DRESSES 7 Originally 1715 to ISM' Juniors and - mlssoa stsea WooI rayona NEW WINTER COATS Originally 4505 All wool coverts gabardines 223 95c 200 20 off to 40 off : Demonstraton and floor umplot APPLIANCES and RADIOS-7 Wonderful buys nil la perfect werklag eonditlon Sensationally reduced because they have been toaed” ae fleer demea-strstors and are net brand new Ossa lightly shopworn g washing machlnea 4 vacuum cleaner 87 radios 1 deep freeze HEMSTITCHED PILLOW CASES Begnlariy LIS each Very fine quality 43 by Si Inches PRINTED TABLE CLOTHS' Begnlariy MIL Fine quality all fort -Boksr 58 x 70 BATH TOWELS Begnlariy 48c to L5t Guest i Apr 39c tol95 SOLID COLOR BATH MAT A wide selection of colors la heavy tufted mate Begnlariy tM 895 1495 3995 NEW WINTER COATS an ins - Originally S5A0 to M05 AU tbls Teal’s ZW-MJ) styles AU smoL ALL-WOOL ANKLETS Afi Originally LOO per pair White red DFe green navy and malic A - WOMEN’S LEATHER' CLOVES PrT Originally ABO to 17 A Fine quality £ AA - --' eapesklpa and ether leathers ' qjavr vr WOMEN’S LEATHER CLOVES Pr values Broken stoqg Kid and ether- O leathers WOMEN’S FABRIC CLOVES Pr ‘ - Originally 145 to 10A Black or brewn 1 A A 1 Famous' make i Broken sizes llU INFANTS & CHILDREN IMPORTED DINNER SETS Begulariy ABA Cloth and I napkins Others regularly 1LB5 it AS5 — 200 695 - CURITY DIAPERS Per Down Begulariy A50 par dozen Special for ft QC! ae day so stock np toi7tl CHILDREN’S DRESSES Origlnally 415 to AOA Fresh' aw 9 - styles- Sizes 1 to A 8 to A There is No Connecticut Sales Tax on Merchandise Delivered tcTNew York State owo Greenwich Ave at Elm St Phone CR 8-3300 1- I i 7 JL - i y

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