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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York • 7

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The Daily Itemi
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Port Chester, New York
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V'7- THE DAILY ITEM PORT CHESTER Y- MONDAY JANUARY 22 1281 WOMAN'S MEWS WOMANS NEWS PAGE SEVEN Her Engagement Miss Noel Terry Is Bride Of John Griffin' In larchmont Annie KNoyes A Phillips AreBetrothed College Senior Engaged At a 5:30 candlelight ceremony Saturday in St John's Episcopal Church Larch mont Miss Noel Terry daughter of Mr and Mrs Frederick Terry of North Street Rye became the bride pf John Thomas Griffin son of Mrs Maurice Griffin of 1 Sulgrave Road and the lte Mr Griffin The ceremony was performed by the Rev Ernest Van der Burgh HISS ANNIE I A dinner for members of the im- Flora Rutland John Grasso Affianced Mr and Mrs John Rutland of 110 Bradford Street Harrison announce the engagement at their daughter Flora to Frank Grasso Jr son of Mr and Mrs Frank Grasso iff 20 Webster -Avenue Harrison Mite Rutland is a graduate of Harrison High School and ia in the office of the Port Chester Manufacturing Company Mr Grasso attended Harrison High School and' is employed by the Electrolux Crap Old gown of rose-taupe lace and taffeta and elbow-length pink gloves Her1 headpiece was of pink carnations and she' carried a bouquet of the flowers centered with violets George Griff i of Scandals was best man for his brother Ushen were Frederick A Terry brother of the bride and Frederick De Turk of Garden City studied at the Buffalo and was graduated from Northhampton School for Girl Junior College class Prior to her marriage associated with Station New York Griffin is an alumnus iff (NJL) School Deerfield Academy and the of Michigan He is with Bureau in New York return from a trip to the couple will Peter Cooper Road New NOTES of Harrison is the fiance of Thomas Albert PhlUtps mediate families and close friends followed at the Apawamls Club Rye Given in marriage by her father the bride was attired in an ankle length gown of egg blue satin styled with a- V-neckline bertha collar and cap sleeves She wore matching mitts and a Juliet cap trimmed with maline veiling She carried a bouquet of white spray orchids and pink lilies of the valley Miu Ellen Maddigan of Buffalo was maid of honor and only attendant She wore a balerin i York City The bride Seminary the and Brlarcliff of 1949 she was WMGM in Mr the Dublin (Mass) University the Tea On their the Virgin live at 6 MI 88 FLORA RUTLANDof Harrison who is betrothed te Frank Grasso Jr Miss Sabra A Ely D7? CTeI Become Betrothed Patricia Grant ShawMudge On Wedding Trip To Europe 1 BarbaraH osan Agnew Fisher AreEngaged Mr and Mrs Vincent Ely of Bella Haven Greenwich and Ninl-gret Cove Westerly I announce the engagement of their daughter Miss Sabra to in Ely to Cadet David Giles Carter son of Gem and Mrs William Carter of Washington pad Shelter Harbor Westerly Mias Ely' attended Rosemary Hall and wilt be graduated from Greenwich Academy in June Cadet Carter wps graduated from St Albans Washington and will be graduated from the Military Academy West Point in June He is the grandson of Mrs Carter and the late Gen William Carter of Washington and the late Col and Mrs Thomas Charles Woodbury -oo Mr and Mr Rohm Noye i at 33 Oyital tract Harrlaon have announced the encasement Sf their daughter Mias Annie Noyes to Thomae Albert Phillip ion of Arthur Phillip of Ma-maroneck and the late Mr ICUdnd PhllUpa MU Noyce graduate of rleon High School le a eenlor at the College of New Rochelle Mr Phllllpe a graduate of Bellow High Schools During World War II he nerved for two yean in the navy He le presently employed by Town Rpdio- Television Mamaroneck GiuUdna Cinelli William Goadby Become Affianced Mr and Mr Giuseppe Cinelll of Old Greenwich and Florence Italy the cfngagtinent of their daughter Mile Glullana i ffwIH to William Morgan Goadby eon of Mr and Mr Arthur Goadby of New York City MU Cinelll was educated In Italy and attended Rosemary Hall In Greenwich 'and the Barmore School New York She 1 the granddaughter of the late Mr and Mrs Julius Sherman Pomeroy of Minneapolis and the late Mr and Mr Oreste Cinelll of Florence Mr Goadby attended the Law-rence-Smith and St June School and la a graduate of the University of Virginia clasa of 41 He the grandson of the late Mr and Mrs Thomas Goadby of New York and 6f the late Mr and Mrs William Rogers Morgan of New' York and Newport I Mr Goadby Is with Pan American Airways The wedding will take Piece in New York In February i Center Gym Class Varies Activities Calisthenics volley bell and basketball were featured at the re- cent session of the senior women's 4 gym class at the Jewish Center Abe Rosenthal is physic education director Attending were Dorothy Rudolph Rena Hammel Marian At-- las May Feinman Mollie Black Rom Abram Ann Hack Helen Krangle Ruth Siegel Esther 1 Sherman' 4 Following the class Mrs Rudolph Mrs Hammel Mrs Rein-man Mrs Black and Mrs Abrams went bowling The next gypi class will -be Thursday at the Center at 8 and on Feb 1 the group will go roller skating in Mount Vernon Those interested may contact Mrs Sherman held- CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY Where BAR and Mr and Mrs William A Hogan of Belle Haven Greenwich announce the engagement of their daughter Mis Barbara Hogan to Agnew Fisher son of Heriry Fisher iff Rqund- Hill Greenwich and the late Mrs Fisher Mite Hogan was graduated from Rosemary Hall and Manhattan ville College of the Seared 1 Heart Later she studied at the Institute of Fin Arts in New York City and served as a nurses' aid at Greenwich Hospital She is a member of the Junior League of New -Ydrk Miss Hogan has' recently been in the editorial department of Pocket Books Inc Mr Fisher was graduated from Phillips Academy Andover and Yale University In World War he served as a captain in the Army Air Forces He has been with American Airlines and is glamor roses now director of motion pictures' John TiUinghast was best man with Trans World Airlines 1 for his brother Serving as ushers Mr Fisher has made films on were Robert Merritt at Fort Ches-Arlzona Mexico Scandinavia and ter Frank A Jones brother of the Berlin Air lift He is a member -of the Held Club and the Church Mi Blanche Jones daughter of Mrs Jones of 82 Hobart Avenue Port Chester became the bride of David Tilling-hast Navy son of Mr and Mrs John TiUinghast of 5gl Willett Avenue Prat Chester The Rev Ernest Neuman? pastor officiated and a home reception for the immediate families follow-ad the ceremony Given in marriage by her brother Roy Jones of Rye the bride wire a white satin gown styled with a sweetheart neckline and long sleeves a fingertip veil a5r ranged from a satin cap trimmed with seed pearls She carried a fan of white glamor roses Mrs Jade Brown iff Port Chester was her only attendant She was attired in mint green crepe and wort a headdress of pink roses breath and orchid net She-carried orchid Janet Chatman W-S Goedecke Are Married In Christ's Episcopal Church Rye Saturday afternoon Miss Janet Chatman daughter of Mr and Mrs Joseph Chatman of Fan Wagenen Avenue Rye was married to William Skinner Goedecke of Rye aim of Milton Goedecke of Orange Conn and the late Rebecca Skinner Goedecke The Rev Wendell Phillips performed the ceremony A reception was held at the American Yacht Club Milton -Point Rye The fother gave her In marriage and her sister Mrs Louis Carreau Jr of Mamaro-neck was matron of honor The attendants Included Mias Ann Chatman another sister Miu Sally Goedecke slater of the bridegroom and Mrs Charles A De Vinne Jr of Larchmont Alfred Brittain 34 of New York was bast man Mrs Goedecke was graduated from the Masters School and Finch Junior College and made her debut at the WestcMater Cotillion in IMS' She te with 'Vision'1 magazine MT Goedecke an alumnus of Phillips Exeter Academy and or Yale where ha was a member of Skull and Bones In World War he served with the Army Signal Craps in the Pacific He te with the New York Investment firm of Smith Barney A Co hriaari mttnlly faihlaai 1 START NOVVte Iwa lww-laMiaf-yea- OR far hew Ml Al ha Si in 4 al aff YOUI Miu Blanche ones David TiUinghast On Wedding Trip In 4 Mt ceremony yesterday at the Summerfield Methodist thebrlde Mrs TiUinghast is a graduate of Rye High School and is associated with the Mulwitx Company in Prat Chester The bridegroom on leave from i JJ at rP5T1 Mwali weddln 1 New YortL I Mr and'Mrs Benjamin Giovan-netti of 18 Fremont Street Harrison announce the birth of a son He weighed 7 pounds 7 ounces The couple have a daughter Mary 16 months Mrs Glovaimettl is the former Rose -Page iff the Bronx Mr and Mrs Brendan Rafferty of Parsonage Road Greenwich announce the birth at a eon' Brendan Rafferty Jr on Jan IS at Greenwich Hospital Mrs Rafferty is the former Elizabeth Brown daughter of Mr and Mrs Richmond Brown of Greenwich OWV AUXILIARY TO MEET 4 4 IVlIIlliillML I foimqnwwTWteftraiiwwTw 'l Min Patricia Mowry Grant daughter of Mr and Mrs Arthur Grant of Old Church Road Greenwich and Cherryfleld Me was- married Friday evening to Shaw Mudge son of Mr and Mrs Arthur Mudge of North Street Greenwich in the Second Congregational Church of Greenwich The Rev Daniel Bliss the pastor officiated and a small reception followed at the home of Mr and Mrs William Connelly Harrison' uncle and aunt of the bride' Escorted by her father the bride was -attended by Miss Norma Magnus iff Greenwich 'as maid of honor and Mrs John Lincoln of Wallingford matron of honor Bridesmaids were the Misses Margot' Mudge sister of the bridegroom Martha Jane Woodcock Greenwich Susan Wilshire Riverside and Jean Sayre Columbus Ohio Arthur Mudge was best man for his son Ushers were David Gibson Thomas Rlckeit- ChurcK Activities Listed For Week Activities hi Port Chester churches during the week were listed today A prayer meeting of' The Vol-' anteers of America will be held on Wednesday at 8 PM with James Perkins bringing the message Thursday at 1 PM the Auxiliary will meet Friday at 4 the children's hobby dub wUl meet- with Miss Marie Perkins director Friday at 7 PM there will be orchestra rehearsal under the direction of Leslie Wood A meeting win be held St The Salvation Army tomorrow at 8 PM on Wednesday at thq same time there will be a home league meeting and Thursday at service The Brotherhood of St Fanrs-EvangeHcal Lutheran Church will meet tomorrow at 8 Wednesday at 7 PM the Boy Scouts wUl meet and on Friday at 4 there will be confirmation dass at 7 PM' Junior choir rehearsal and at 8 PM senior Chrflr rehearsal There will be a midweek sendee on Wednesday at 8 PM at the North Baptist Church with the Rev Elliott Sellar of the Presbyterian Church as preacher Thursday at 8 PM the monthly meeting at the Woman's Guild of the church will be held with Mrs Steele presiding On Thursday at 10 AM Holy Eucharist will be celebrated at St Fetor's Church incommenqra-tion of the Feast of the Conversion of St Paul On Wednesday at 8 PM at the Fort Cheater Oasnpauy at Witnesses the book This Means Everlasting Lite" will be studied on the subject The 'Time of the Fri- flay the weekly service meeting will be held at 7:45 PAL followed by the Theocratic Ministry School lit 4 1 Council WUl Mark 25th Anniversary The silver aimtversary of the Port Chester National Council ef Jewish Women will be martad to- morrow at the Jewish Center at 12-JO PAL A hot catered luncheon will be served and games wUl follow A candlelighting ceremony in" which past presidents will partid- pate win be featured Mrs Jack Gants te chairman of the affair anvMTiggicBirr NO CONSTIPATION FOR 25 YEARS husband introduced me to ALL-BRAN shortly after we waro anted I um it in my eooMag aa wall as for faaeak- fast Tha result: ragolar ae kV Mm I 468 Garikld tom-Jansy City On if many siw- AUrBRAN atari sat an planty ef water If after 10 i Get nouBLa soon ansst bsckI taper ICA6H YOtiOrrl EHUEHiU IS Me Nibs J20L 6 1A34 $3857 3022 aipaa- it to i la PH back and Edgar Mead Greenwich Tracy MpFarlan Bethel Louis Bolton Covington Ga and Robert Sweet New York The bride wore a gown of Ivory satin and lace a veil of embroidered Italian handmade net and a cap of heirloom rosepoint lace She carried white roses and ivy The attendants wore off-shoulder gowns of champagne satin- with full skirts and they carried American Beauty roses with ivy Mrs Mudge from Greenwich from Vassar College Mr Mudge a graduate of Choate School and Yale '44 is a member of Chi P1 and Berzelius A lieutenant (Jg) in the Naval Reserve he served three years in the Navy during World War II in the Pacific arid Caribbean He Is a member of the Yale Club of New York rind the Greenwich Country Club and is with Robertet et Cte in New York After a trip to Ftance and England' Mr and Mrs Mudge will live in Greenwich Soloists Named For PTA Varieties Latham Ovens director of to be presented by he Park Avenue PTA on Feb 6 at the school has announced the soloists They will be Robert Kelly Douglas Wellatood Mrs Harold Schwarts Mrs Ovens Gordon' Fetguaon Mr- and Mrs 'Maney Feiner Arnold Powers Howard Vernay Thomas Dee and Jordan Woodcock Specialty numbers will feature Mrs Leon Lenard concert pianist Mrs Charles Ha vi land dancer Mrs Irving Matt comedienne Joe Hicks and his Melody ijBangeriJEilLJilsnharathand-and will provide music for dancing following the show Tickets mSy be obtained from Mr John Connolly or Mrs Charles Koechling is co-chairman AxelrodLeichter Troth Announced Mr and Mrs Edward Leichtqr at Calvert Street Harrison have announced the engegement of their daughter Miss Dolores Leichter to Morton Axelrod son at Mrs Betty Axelrod of 35 Clinton Place New Rochelle The betrothal was made known yesterday at a family dinner at the- Leichter home Miss Leichter ia a graduate of Harrison High School Her fiance is an alumnus of New Rochelle High School LADIES! LADIES Buy Your Blouses at Factory Prices SOe SIM ur NYLON ILDUSES kIm cuni All Stan m4 Mm UikutaMi Yfehm 1 4 BLOUSE FACTORY SIS 'IfawaieaaHr Awes MawafaewS X- Opaa All Oar hWto We Guard graduated Academy and Indian' Harbor Yacht Club LEGION LADIES MEET -The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Port Chester -American Legion Post win discuss the formation of rwi wm wiiwiw wnwuua ok Civil Defense committee at to- night's meeting at 8 gt Legion Hall Reservations for the spa- gbettl supper on Saturday night must he made by tonight Mrs Peter Hanfmann is chairman- CLASSIFIED DIRECTORY GRILL 4-y Brownie Troop 36 Marks Anniversary Members at Prat Chester Brownie noop 86 marked their first birthday anniversary on Friday with' a party at the Edison School Mira Miriam Foster presi-' dent iff the Girl Scout Council spoke on "What Have You Dime for and "How Has the Brownies Helped Patricia Bruno entertained with accordion- selections' and Marjorie Weber offered a twirling exhibition Attending were Mrs Helen Heinlcke Mrs Martin Learned Mrs Joseph Bruno Jr' 'Mrs Henry Hartlleb Mrs Maurice Jacabowsky Mrs Philip Manuli Mrs Mrs Stafford Hay Celia Jtuta Barbara and Linda Clapp and Lillian Ruta Brownies present were Priscilla Hay Patricia Bruno Susan Co-troneo Asm Bocchino Marilyn Jacabowsky Beverly Jacabowsky Marcia Learned Kally Nakrinns Hildegard -Proctor Avda- She-panik Patricia Bates Marjorie Weber Jean Matlock Carmsla Manuli and Mary Ann Curtin Refreshments were served by leaden Mrs Josephine 'Ruta and John Clapp Look Your Best? wrbttHtifuHrihspnind ityfe-f your hair according to your features heighl etc etc Then you ahaU forever Took your beat" Pierre de Paris Hairdressers 8 Purchase St Rya 7-0779 Your Health shops WHITE PlAINSi IM Ini Fait Rssd (Ipp torn Rstosto) MANHATTAN: 7M Uffaaa JOpp U-wUfJala') -MOOKLYNi tell Rtaai Hlshva IU Uaa Amj FUfbadi Am MONK: HD Grand Caaaaana NEWARKt IS Aaadeaw Stoat JAMAICA Car Itth Ara aad UM St awteitum in American sad Italian dums Hah Mrs Margaret Urban is chalr-rc I I eATLftn iorprttoa Pur William Port Chastar Hill min of the which WlU fol- TA1EDM tee Polks Sat alte No eovsr chars tonight's meeting of the Lad- wIEvCd I CMY aata partiaa aaeoamodatal S4 8 lCala PXLS-tUI ies Auxiliary Major George A Daly Poet 148 Catholic War Veteran at 8 o'cloe at Red HaH Mrs Agnes miHngaUy wUl preside LOAN8 I2S TO $500 ON HMAIUte MUNTIMI GAB rr Totrtut tn employed num or wonum married or single get a loan your way at fteaawf Whst you are- not what you own count! bora You select 'beat payment date and amount OCT A niSH ITAlTl'-': Don't borrow unnacaraarily biff if a loan wttt give I you freeh start pey medical or dental expeneee enable you to help relatives make car or home repairs ycuH Uka ttw friendly aervic ftnsiaf Kver a hiWIm cuatoifaera did last year WAYS TO APPLY Phona first for a trip loan come in or write At Aewff ith -yaff promptly to 4 out of 5 loon reqOaate TIT -j-: r-i '-tf 4 YOUR DOCTOR AND OUR PHARMACIST Yt VORK TOGETHER Ckll your doctor whenever illness or accident Occurs In emergencies call for fut proscription aervic We eo -operate with your physician in every way to beaten your '-recovery i rrar awaa ra sar rsa FINANCE CO semrenfowf aillraa -which It naoreaf you? mu MOHUIM 8143 Mela fhaaOarW10matNlw8dMlbf-0SM wnauuu las Snal Ovar Sm ManNm ltoWdH T-U1I lad I (Cot Imtoyl TAnytow 4-0711 'WHin BABB 3ad It 47 Am WNSsPMm S-Seot T-: 31 Saedl totof (CarHaAm RlI TOnbaia SOH BaapaP to Ms 4-3111 um lauf mr i ml -mmt me i ml fewaaal Haaaca Caepaw VM 3" ton aa MtoSi il al ammo Um to ato aJ V' JOSEPH CAMMARATO 14 SOUTH MAIN ST Tel M911.

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