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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York • 7

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Port Chester, New York
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A v- t- -s vrjiiBi)AiMr rnoffORT if Tt MoiroAtjroEMWS' fagbsetew hide Saturday Of Rye Engaged Charles Mayers Wed 50 ears -1 Feted At Buffet Jane Edwards Geo McClelland Wed Saturday 4- Gail Sullivan IHenry WSee Are Married AT WARD CARP NTRR the former iaiaa ibeth Reeves of iScandale Photo Shirley Sullivan -George Mahibbin Married In Rye Miss Shirley Sullivan of Balboa daughter of fir and Mrs Paul A Sullivan of Bella Vista 1 Panama was married Saturday at 6:30 in -the Methodist Church Rye to Georgs Maklbbin son of Mrs Henry Makibbln- of Balboa CL and the late Captain Henry Maklbbin The bridegroom la the nephew of Mrand Mrs Harold Hanson 506 Midland Avenue Rye The' Rev- Dr Lane Miller of Rye performed the Ceremony A reception and dinner followed in the Vanderbilt suite of the Hotel Biltmore in New York City r' The bride given in marriage hy her father wore a street length-- white- eyelet organdy dress and a 'small Chantilly lace cap- She carried a bouquet: at white orchid Mt Paula D- Sullivan atater of the bride was maid of honor and Harold Hansen of Rye uncle? of the bridegroom served as beat man" Mrs Maklbbin la a graduate ef the University of California Lot Angeles 'Her husband la an alumnus of Penn State College After1 a wedding trip to New England and Canada the couple will reside In Panama Ctt- Miss Gall Stanley Sullivan hMek at Mr and Mrs Clarence StatlMy Mlkds Point Green-wld became the Saturday vtnof Henry See son of Mr and 'Mr Alva see Old Church Road Greenwich The Rev Philip Nolan officiated In the Church br -St -Patrick Bedford Village and a reception followed St the Bound Hill dub Lila Courtney Stanley the cousin was maid of honor and attendants were Mrs Jerfbtlah Hannon and Mrs Emmett Murphy- sisters of thk bride Mrs John Perry Jr sister of the bridegroom and Mrs Stuart Love joy Beverly 344 niece of the bridegroom was flower girL --Akrnzo See was best man hs brother Ushfri were Alva See Jr another brother frank end William Stanley Icoueine at the bride Joseph Alan I Abbott Stuirt Love joy Joseph IA Jr aba John PCny Mr and Mrs Charles Mays Sr of J3 Mead Avenue Byram' were honured on the occasion of their wedding anniversary with a buffet supper served at the home of their son Charles Mayer Jr of 6 Cliff Avenue BJrsm oo Saturday -'V V- Fifty persons attended lnclud- ing their three daughtert Mrs Alvin Netlon Mrs Robert Hayoz and Miss Minetta Blayer aU of Byrami who helped sponsor the event Seven grandchildren were also present i The Mayers both natives of New York were married In that City and have lived lri the Byram -vicinity for about 30 yean Looking fnr JnbT CM "Mtaa-Uon Iff ntta many Jnbo oonunwdnl no wall household mL How ndd can a cigarette MORE PEOPLE SMOKE CAMELS thanaiiy other cigarette! 1 -V- Elizabeth Reevesh Pride Of pdvid Hayward Carpenter I Jr Th bride daughter ef the late A reception followed it the Shn- fcri Ruth Stanley Sullivan of meek Shore Cth In Ryt JScandate nd Rldierd Sulli- wlven Is the granddaughter ef the Jrid I wuum 8Ub1Y' Gt Berringtdn Mast She wss vert Mr Thom Csrpsnter I ITT ha Jrrf Smltht I nteon iMSSTk s2l He we educated at PhUllps lETitMiSiriS'ss u-TE Stritetnier and Miss ihtiriey Wil- Iff 1h7wi CIXSmI Coist Guard 4-1 Andover and Yle During the an Officer in the A member of the 3" 1 7 tnJ aiueag the wiffieas whs do j'i' MARGUERITI 'PIAZZA' ity of th opera Marvuirito to my living I-'1 1 7V Raoutjr of the I XT vaioa I was flower rift Th bride wpn a gown of whit satin trimmed with road pdlnt laet cinM i bwiowt I of ittphiwtii and whltt orchids I iSt Smer Jw I his broth? beet men Ushen BUSS MARIE ANTOINETTE OUARD1NO daughter of Mrs Rudolph Mutino of 309 Glen Avenue Port Chester and the late Anthony Guarding who Is engaged to Edward Robinson son of Mrs Frank Robinson nf 12 Alto Avenue Port Chester the late Mr Robinson Both are Port Chester High School graduates Miss Guardino is connected' with the office staff of United Hospital and her fiance with Greenbeum's Hardware Store The announcement wss made recently at a lawn party for 100 at the- Mutino Johnsons On Wedding Trip In Christ Protestant Episcopal Church Greenwich Saturday evening Miss Anne van Munc daughter at Mr and Mrs Leo vgn Munching1' of Seven Gables Greenwich was married Clarence- Raymond Johnson son of Mr and Mrs Johnson also -of Greenwich -The rector' the Rev Albert Wilson officiated A small reception followed Mrs David Cuthbertson the former Lola Johnson slater of the bridegroom flew from Burlingame Calif to be matron of honor The other attendants were Mrs Albert Stohlman Mrs Eugene JJhlor Bln Kurt Eton and Bliss Patricia Tomlinson Albert Stohlman wss best man Ushen were George Canfield Robert Btorriaon William Gib-eon and Jack Forsyth -fter a trip to Sea Island Ga Mr and Mrs Johnson will maks their home In Greenwich Bln Johnson- University of Mryland Is a member of the teaching staff of the Bronx-yille Elementary School She was educated abroad Mr Johnson attended the University of He served In the Naval fw Yk 7 Min Jana Edwardi daughter bf Mn Duncan Edwardi North Street Greenwich and the late Mr Edwards was married Sat-' urday to George Kearny MeClel-! land son of Mr and Mrs James McClelland also Of Green wich The ceremony was per' formed jp the First Preshyterlan Church by the Rev Dr Minot Morgan and the Rev Malcolm Spradian The bride was escorted by her brother Duncan Edwards Jr and was given In marriage by her mother Her sisters Mrs Ja-' cob EMcker Jr and Mrs CL Thomas Tenney were her at tendahts James McClelland Jr was best mamfor his brother Ushers were Kent Chandler Rhett -Jr Malcolm Edgerton Jr -Ralph Homblower Joseph Walker Jr Baptt brother-in-law of the bridegroom Flicker Jr brother-in-law of the bride Graham George Lord Jr and William Ford The bride Wore a gown of em- broldered Swiss organdy with a tulle veil and -carried a white prayer book with an orchid mark er Mrs McClelland attended Greenwidi Academy end Pine Manor Junior College Mr McClelland attended Groton School and Yale University and is with Pan American World 'Airways" V1'-' srtrjggBjjgjjnj Ye active young 'feet are safe in 'Jumping-Jacks -became a unique patented one piece iole and heel dblps keep unsteady young anJdei from wobbling' I'y'J? proper Waflcingl 2i6 Westchester ave 1 Room 14 iv Port Cheater S4819 Open Ikmi afcd FH Eveailags Cv '-iK1- sv 1 1 'i A tVY 'Y I I 7- -r i "5 )r ll jt i I I Cotgrove SSSnSSi ESSn 2z Become Bride Of Herbert Dayton dele end John HUSon' ef Green- MlM Mergerat Ann Coteyove I daughter of Mr and Mr Thom- Ittended Staph-1 Cosgrove $65 lfllbank me-Junter-CMlege and Packard Avontier Greenwich we married Bueteeee 8301 and ujjtjl ncent- mis morning In St Mary's J- emjrioyed hy the Columble 1 catholic Church- Greenwich to Broadcasting Syitefe in New York I Herbert Spencer Dayton ft son She 1 member of the Staredri SSS of Junior Leegua yark MrCarpenter was graduated The lUv Edmund O'Connell from Choate School end Princeton aendated Imha couole University In the UM gf 1949 SSpml bietolrtgfrom JL I Georg Murphy of tty perish New York i A horn reception followed the wedging i- t- Ills EjUn CoagrOve was her elate? 'msid of honors Mi Eleanor Jforllle qf Hartford Conn and Mias Patricia Crawford of Oswego etesa-matee of the bride at tha College of New Rochelle were bridesmaids end Mary Ann Cosgrove was flower girl i Robert A- Loper of Port Jf: Cottage dub served la the "Merchant Marine Cadet Corpt at JCbiga Point He will be associated with tha Bullard fenany in Bfidgtpert' Strawberry Fete Of WSCS Held The annual atra wherry festival of the Woman's- Society of Christian Sendee at Summerfleld Methodise Church was held on Friday I ferson I wss best men for afternoon at the church I hi cousin Mr brother Mrs Edward Slater wag diabwj Barry Lper and John man aaeistqd by Mrs Herbert Willson ef Reading Pa Rsmaen Jr Mrs William Mqrrtl ushen i Bfrs Alex Hubbard nd Mrs Wn- I Th bride was graduated this 11am Sniffen Bfrs Harry Mitchell I month from the College ef New was chairman ef the food' table I Rochelle 1 assisted by Mri A gtudwelL Mr Dayton graduate Mrs lforrih in charge of pee- Yale 47 la with th Banker gram Introduced several -young- Trust Company- In- New York Miss Elisabeth Reeves daughter of Mr and Mrs Charts Fountain Reeve ef gcarsdale was married Saturday ajtemoon at 4 PR In tha Rltehceck Memorial Church jteeradate to David Hayward Carpenter eon of Mr and lbs Thomas Carpenter of Blind Brook Lpdge Rye --'Tim ceremony wkt performed by the Rev' Dr Roberta Youngs assisted by the Rev Dr Wendell Phillips of Christ' Chbdi Rye 1 i Miss Compton Foster Bam Bridal Held MRa Margaret Yeomans Compton daughter of Mr eng Mr William Randolph Compton1 Jr 84 Field Point Read Greenwich was punted Saturday afternoon to Foster Bm on ef HR A Foster Bant of Westport and Frederick Bam of New Tort The ceremony was performed in Christ Church by the rector the Rev Dr Albert Wilson end the Rev'Gibean Daniels officiating A reception followed at the Beach Clib Belle Haven The honor attendants wr Miss Ann Darr and Mrs JoStph Blasters The other attendants were Mrs John Sigler Ml Frances Clarkson and Miss Jopea Yeomans cousins pf the: bridal Mrs Howard Morris Mias Glni-na Gardiner and Mias Ann Turn er Benjamin -Yf Coe was beet man Usher were' John Lyman Jr 5 Candler Dobbs Jr Arthur Otis John a Bell Jr Robert Woodruff Howard Morris Dr Luigi Mgstrolannl Jr The bride was graduated from SL School Richmond Va and Vaasar Collegt this year She waa -Introduced to- society at a dinner at the St Regis Hotel New York and the Debutante Cotillion In 1946L Mr Bam waa graduated from Loomis School and Yale Uhl versify thla June where te' waa elected to Phi Beta Kappa He served two year as an ensign in the Merchant Marine' After trip the couple will live In New York where Mr Bam will enter Columbia Law School In tha Autumn Hospitalized Veterans Honored fn Port Chests? The -third annual party-foe th hoapltalixed veterans of Kings-bridge Hospital waa conducted on Saturday at th Masonic Trniple Port Cheater by the Canteen Hospital Group oi New York The men were' brought up by the AWVS driven and wen feted itslimier and entertainment Miss resale Sllfsteln of Port Chester wga on the committee BfrsQeha Lesser of New York is organixer of the canteen- group Legion ladies to install Inatallatloo of officen of the Auxiliary Port Chester American Legion Poet 91 will take place tonight at 8:15 at Legion Hall Mrs Robert Sage will pnaide and Mrs William Flyhn will Install Guests will Include memben of the Post and ef the Auxiliaries at Harrison Rye and Greenwich Refreshments will be served under the chairmanship of Mrs Charles Weeks AH those having Hoover report replies an to turn them in to Mrs John Depeby MISS MARGARET WATSON daughter of Mr and Mrs William Watson of 61 Ponlngo Street Port Chester whose en- gagement and i forthcoming marriage on Aug' 19 has been announced by her parents" She is the flsnee at Arthur Winters son of Mrs A Winter at Springdale Coin and the late Mr Winters Mite Watson is a graduate at Port Chester High School and Is associated with the Bakelite Division -of UCC In New York fir Winters attended Stamford sdioolf served In the AAF overseas tar 30 months and is associated with MacUetts Laboratories Springtlale "The couple will be married in St Peter's Church Port Chester Miss Fronts Bride Of Ralph Rusto Miss Joyce Fraats daughter of Mr Land Mrs Howard Fraats of Utica an4 Ralph Bust6 son at Mrs Leo Buato 13 Richard Place Rye and the late Mr Bus to were married recently in the First Presbyterian Church Utica the Rev Lowell Dltzen officiating Mrs Richard Handley Utica was the only attendant Beat man was John Clark Harrison and the ushers'wtre the -bride's brother Donald CL Fraats" and the brother-in-law of the bridegroom John Roberts Fallowing a reception In the bride's home the couple left for a motor trip through the north Afte June 25 they Will make their home in Syracuse where Mr Busto Is attending Syracuse University Odra Busto 'Is a graduate of the Utice Memorial Hospital School of Nursing FOR THE BEST IN PERMANENT WAVES Pierre de Paris HAIRBREMCIW Solos Purchase St Rye T-0TT6 BEAUTIFUL MODELS- 4cofl teMen Dm A Si- teTOOtt Prtof iii im il find man ways to am make wondecful meals month Fruits and these CKQSUtY yi Janet Beebe George Taber Are Married Miss Janet Beebe daughter Mr and Mrs Marcus Beebe Charles River Mas was married yesterday in Christ Church Needham Mass to' George Hathaway Taber 4th son of Mr and Mr Tabes of Manurslng Avenue Rye the Rev' George Hardman officiating A home reception followed Mrs Robert Wlnsor was matron of honor and the Misses Lisa y-Tan' Pamela Beebe Penelope Hughes Patricia Weld Ann Sal-tons tall and Mrs Robert Shf Mrs Gordon Allen and Wells Henderson were the attend ante George Taber Jr was best man Ushers were George Wlnsor Decieus Beebe' Carlton Bute Rand Charles Ashburn Wil-Ham Dillon James Roosevelt Winchester Hotchkiss Edwin English Scott- Stems Henry Patterson Palmer Leroy Frank Seabury and John Putnam The bride a graduate of St Timbthy's School attended Rad- rUffa college and studied at the University of 'Geneva She made her debut in 1947 She Is a member of tbe Boston Junior League and Vincent 0ubj Mr THber is a graduate Of St attended -Harvard and 1 a member of Haaty-Pudding-Insti-tute at 1770 and Delphic Club PUPILS VISIT NEW YORK Eleanor fourth grade of the Thomas A Edison School enjoyed a trip to the Statue of Liberty recently' Accompanying them were Mrs Vincent Banks Mrs Morris Cohen Mrs Augustus Powell'1 Mrs Anthony Kralidh Nicholas' Genovase and Miss Marjorie Sculky CNR ALUMNAE PICNIC About 15 memben at the Port Chester-Rye-Harrison Chapter of the College of New Rochelle Alumnae attended the annual picnic cm Saturday at the home of Mike Rita Horan 59 Rtverdale Avenue Syram Mias Vera' Bro-general chairman BRIDGE Memben of the Major George A Daly Post 148 Catholte War Veterans an Invited-' to attend the bridge party at the Auxiliary tonight at Red Hall Guests are also welcome and playen an requested1 to bripg their cards: U1HEI1 EVminG The woman to whop bouse-keeping I not tiresome task but a matter of aenaibU management' usqa our nil- i able cleaning service She knows evenings find 1 her gowns fresh and lovely ready for her social ehgag si monte- i 4 Club Greenwich Country Club ohd Yale Clut rutu gwtou Durttln A Osbori New Tw Wlowinf i trip Mr snd Mrs llv ta Grtwwlch After a trip- to Nantucket the couple will live in Greenwich Today year fust a lew days M's new BeeutSM and Wnidler ntdmr rnwgtcl ranted from yean at ospoei anna by dosieaon win have a haewiaage ef atruriunl prab IflM YriiV fittRlflA ml Mmmri of rauiee wm vv wwi IlwRrall nl Wralwi er eateral finishes Al work by IH- ts ing to Jr Wl DO IHt hf el SoastracHsa smoko Comolol Thty'ro cool isl thir ogiM with my throat Bring The Whole Family To The Fair rto-y BE SURE Sie PLAINS 8-3210 i Thriftiest ihlngVyou yoiir home! atm who presented twirling and Instrumental aoloe They Joan Busch Bfargot-'Ka Robert Morris Edward Ovpng James Carson Robert Cetreneo Donnq Stevens Eunice Topakian Lynn Madrsxso Gall Gulnta- Kramer Neumann Port Chester pianist rendered teveral number Miss Mahnhe Honored By Sixth Grede Pupils i Bfombera ef th iyth grade of the Thoms A Edison Sdiool honored their teacher Mies Mildred Mghnke at a surprise party recently Mila Mahnke wq pr anted with a gift and corsage Reframmants were served and fames played Mias PhylHe Man-don teacher at the In Country Day School was a guest and Bfrs Hagop Aronlan rises mother we V- iqUARIUMSALi Bright statelMsstoil flalsh 9 Heavy stole bottoms Plots glass elfoa TROPICAL" FISH Tueel Studio Sri PXL i-9611 1 Thootor RMg can 1 -i Y-b Day aftet day -V teiQi your Otoaley Hhmt For instanca leftovers fame? today naxtweak or nat BA i WHIM YOU FURHISH AH APARTMEHT -'J Ceusiier th walls and loon 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