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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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I WOMAN'S NEWS THE DAILY ITEM POET CHESTER MONDAY APRIL 28 1988 NEWS 1AGE SEVEN En Route Sputh For Wedding Trip PCHS Math Pupils Entering Contests Port Cheater High School was represented fay Marie Beltaptonl Pud Hartxdick and Allen in the 14th annual Pi Mu Interacholastie Mathematics contest at New York University's Washington Square College on Saturday On Thursday several at ths High School math students will participate in a contest at given by the Metropolitan York Section of the Association of America part will bo Marie Arthur Chagarea Ira Gtazer Harbolick Patricia Parker Patricia Sparks and WIL 11am Wolff 1 Annual Dinner Of Horton PTA To Be June 12 Tlie annual Installation dinner at the Horton' PTH1 be held on June 12 at the Club Ryviera Rye it was announced at the recent meeting of the PTA at the School Mrs Joseph Sumirn presided Mrs Edward Poletti is chairman and Mrs LaRusso will Install the officers It was announced that the Spring conference of the Metropolitan District wil be held May 14 at the County Center that the members have voted in favor of a Joint meeting of PTAs in the Fail and that a parent-teacher group will meet May 5 at the High School with Mrs Salva Summa representing Horton Mrs Joseph Summa and Mrs Domenkk Beltontoni were named delegatee to the P-T Council Mra Iva Bailie principal spoke- of proper procedure when a child becomes ill- at school Night will be marked on May 21 with Mrs Murray Cohen as chairman Mrs Sol Mil ler cochairman Min Ann Di Leo of Port Cheater a worker with Mobility Inc While Plains presented a film on physical therapy She pointed out that the Burke Foundation had allot ed apace in White Plains for the' setting up of building where physical occupational and speach therapy might be practiced Min Di Leo observed that patients of all ages are restrained to walk and that no one is ever refused admittance PaulaThebaud Breeding Are Married MisS Paula ds Boisaubln The-baud daughter at Mr and Mrs Paul Gilbert The baud of Round Hill Rond Greenwich and Nantucket Mass was married Saturday afternoon In St -Church Bedford Village to Edwin Charles Breeding Jr son of Mrs Edwin Charles Breeding at Rye Colony Rye aqd the late Mr Breeding The ceremony was performed by the Rev Thomas Rey A reception followed at the Riverside Yacht Club Mr The baud gave hie daughter In marriage and she was attended by bar lister Mrs Ramsay Wilson as matron of honor Other attendants were Mrs Robert Davidson sister of the bridegroom Mrs James Ethridge 3rd and Mrs Charles A DeVihne Mr Davidson was best man for his brother-in-law and Mr De-Viime Stewart Berllnger and James Wheeler were ushers The bride wore a gown of white embroidered organdy with a tulle veil arranged from an organdy cap: She carried gardenias and stock The attendants were in pastel shades of organdy and carried- old-fashioned bouquets id Spring flowers Mrs Breeding is a graduate of the Knox School Cooperatown end made her debut at the Westchester Cotillion in Rye Mr Breeding a graduate of Pauling School and Union University Is a member of Alpha Delta Phi He served with the Navy during World War II spd to with Mrs Elliott Hearne Swink Bridal Is Held Mrs Hylda Barker Cheney of Blind Brook Lodge Rye announces the marriage of her daughter Mrs Barnwell Elliott to Hearne Swink of Salisbury The ceremony took place at 4:30 Saturday in the Bride Presbyterian Church New York the Rev Dp Lowell Ditzen pastor of the BronxviUe Reformed Church officiating The bride was given in marriage by PeieyM Stewart of Rye Her only attendant was her daughter Miss Barbara Chetwnod Elliott Charles A Cannon of Concord was best man Hie ushers were Graydon Patterson' Salisbury Herbert Todd Harold Aiken Joseph Barnett and Watson Wyckoff Rye A small reception at the Carlyle followed the ceremony Mrs Swink the former Marian Lowes Dickinson Cheney is the daughter of the late Wethered Cheney and was the widow of Barnwell Elliott of Rye She is the granddaughter at the late Sir Arthur Lowes Dickinson of London Eng and the late Judge Azro Eugene Cheney of the California and Nevada Circuit Court of Appeals She attended Anna School Piedmont Calif and the University at Washington Mr Swink who is a vice-p dent of Cannon Mills Company Inc of Kannapolis is the son of the late Mr and Mrs William Swink at Salisbury He was graduated from the University of North Carolina in 1921 He is a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon Charlotte City Club and of Newcomen Sodety of New England-Hit previous marriage was terminated by divorce After a trip to SeaUland Ga Mr -and Mrs Swink win divide their time between New York and North Carolina CNR Alumnae Hear Dr Carlo At Breakfast and Women" waa the topic of Sr William Carlo gueat speaker at the annual Communion breakfast of the Port Chester-Rye-Harriaon Chapter of the College of New Rochelle Alumnae held yea-terday at the Roger Smith Hotel White Plalni fallowing Mau at the Church of the Reaurrectlcn Rye Sixty attended Dr Carlo la head of the philoao-phy department of the School of Commerce St John's University Brooklyn Idea that style and fashion are pushing mendwn the road' to perdition would probably be re- pugnant to moat people especially women But this" began Dr Carlo the argument of Erie GUI CgthoUe 'artist and writer" "Using the xesearch done by Julialt Huxley In biology Ur Gill states that among animate it is the male who is adorned The bull has the horns: the bull moose the antlers the mala peacock die farO- Kant plumage Therefore to Mr Gill's mind it is a perversion for women to be adorned and vanity in dress 'ip a male concern rather than a female one" continued Dr Carlo the other hand" ha observed Thomas Aquinas states that women havo the obligation bf getting the best possible man and should use cosmetics not only to get this man but to keep him" CMhes Mato The Man is the effect of an intellect the result of a spiritual souL Because society is a product of intellect the doming he weera indicates his purpose in that society Therefore clothing is intimately bound up with man as a spiritual being" remarked the speaker Dr Carlo went on 'There are two kinds of love First there is the mate love of concupiscence is the seeking of that which perfects you Second the female love of friendship which is tne complets abaarp- tion in the beloved for his awn sake without regard for Belt latter kind is that which is usually found in women who fay their very nature are self-sacrific- tag and are therefore the vehicle of the fnost perfect kind of love he added' Since women do inwart this higher love it is only proper that they be set apart and elevated by adornment They give beauty and order tp men's lives Their clothing should give outward expression of this inner he Following Dr Carlo's talk Miss Vera' Brophy chairman of the breakfast thanked her committee members for their assistance They included the Misses Mary Lawler Elinor Devanney and Marguerite Sisca MB AND MRS NICHOLAS EGGENBERGER JR pictured as they left the Church of Our Lady of Mercy yesterday follow Cherry Hill Assoc Bowling Dinner Set For May 3 The annual bowling dinner of the Cherry Hill Association will be held on May at 7:30 The Village Inn it was announced Saturday night at the regular meeting at the Danish Clubhouse Byram Stafford Hay presided Mrg' Gilbert Suojanen and Mrs Walter "Blrdsall thanked all for ooperation in the recent card party and fashion show id which they had charge Mrs -Walter Blrdsall chairman of the bus trip to a New York ball game on June 20 announced that there are still a fow reservations available Those interested may contact her William De Markey was in charge of games which followed the meeting Winners were Mrs CBrl Christensen Mrs Walter Hitch Mrs William Rappe Mrs Karl Hotoph Robert Kolb Refreshments were served by Mr and Mrs William Blrdsall Mr and Mrs Frank Hendricks chairmen assisted by Mrs Hay Mrs De Markey Mrs Christensen Mrs John Gallagher Mrs Edward Malin Charles Abbott and Mr Gallagher The birthday anniversaries of Mrs Rltch Mrs Hay and Mrs John Triggs were observed Mrs Mary Purdy Has Class Tea A tea for the mothers of Mrs Mary third grade at the Roosevelt School took place test week at the School -Mrs Samuel Schwartz chairman of class mothers was unable to attend Substituting for her was Mrs Clarence Merritt outgoing PTA president-It was announced that the pupils of Mrs and Mrs Mary McWhin fourth grade will take a boat trip around on May 13 Mrs Burick announced tile PTA' paper drive on May 18 Present were Mrs William Abeam and Mrs James Accurso Sr class mothers Miss Gladys Sydney member of the faculty Mrs Vincent Petty Mrs Vincent Gabriele Mrs Angelo Bcl-fatto Mrs Joseph Sooppolettl Mrs Michael Carroll Mrs Walter Mycek Mrs Rocco Caasone Mrs William Franda Mrs Burick Mrs Herbert Shepard Mrs John Mulvoney Mrs: Eugene Schmeiler acted as baby sitter Mary Thalheimer Feted At Shower 'Miss Mary -A Thalheimer daughter of Mr and Mrs Jacob Thalheimer of 177 Hobart Avenue Byram was honored at a surprise bridal shower recently at the Swedish Hall buffet supper was served to about 75 and decorations in lavender and nile green Miss Thalheimer will be married to William Hemingway Saturday at 8 o'clock at the Church of Our Lady of Mercy Natalie Lucia Acunto Is Bride Of Nicholas Eggenberger Jr -r' i H- Sv-5'- tt vV 4JV fv -1 Fairchild Publications- in New York After a trip South the couple will live on Stanwieh Road Greenwich Sally Martin Bride Of Robert Dexter Mr and Mrs John Martin at FrenxJ Avenue Rye announce the marriage- Saturday at their daughter Sally Ann to Robert Dexter eon of Mr and Mra Lyman A Dexter of Philadelphia The ceremony was performed at the Church of the Reeurrection Rye and a reception followed at tha Knollwood Country Club White Plaina for tha immediate family Mr and Mrs Dexter have left for South Bend Ind where they will make their home CWV LADIES TO MEET Members qcf the Ladies' Auxiliary Bfajor George A Daly Poet 148 Cktholic War Veterans will meet tonight at 8 JO PJd at Red Men's Hall Mrs Andrew Billingsley will preside NOTICE Tin green light goes on Thursday at Brenner's Luggage 117- North Main St Port Chester (Watch Wain as lily's Paper) A Selection Of LAMPS ing their marriage The bride is the former Natalie Luria Staff Photo satin gown fashioned with an illusion neckline trimmed with seed pearls Her long veil of Belgian lice was draped to farm a train She carried a bouquet of white orchids stephanotis and lilacs imported from Holland Miss Claire Deimehy of Port Chester waa maid of honor attired in maize taffeta and net with a matching headpiece Bridesmaids were the Mines Phyllis and Adele Piscitelli at New Haven Patricia Ptodtelli of Bridgeport and Mrs Joseph De Paote of Gilford Lakes Cbna all cousins id tha bride Their gowns and headpieces were In Nile green AH the attendants carried old-fashioned bouqueto Stanley Dailidenas was beet man Ushering were Joseph Kan-apaska Russell Shakeehaft Robert Smith all Of White Plains and Joseph Lauditano of New Haven cousin at the bride Mrs Eggenberger was graduated from Port Cheater High School the Collegiate Finishing School New Haven and Columbia University where phe was a member of the Real Estate Appraising Society She to a real estate broker and appraiser in Fart Cheater and is president of its Young Republican Chib: Mr Eggenberger wee graduated from Whitt Plains High School attended Tulane University New Orleans wheip he played varsity football and is a graduate at Long Island College of Agriculture He a horticulturist with his firm The couple are motoring South and will visit in New Orleans prior to a Cruise to Cuba and Nassau LEGION SOCIAL The social meeting of the Ladled Auxiliary of American Legion Post 93 will be held tonight at 8:15 at Legion Han Pearl Street Mrs Joseph Simona poppy chairman has announced that the drive will be held Thursday Friday and Saturday tar which members will donate their services For 'each contribution the donor will receive a poppy memorial flower of the Auxiliary rmde by hospitalized veterans Reg S95 The Church of Our Lady at Mercy Port Chester was the scene yesterday afternoon for the marriage of Misa Natalie Lucia Acunto daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank Acunto at 23 Perry Avenue Port Chester and Nicholas Eggenberger Jr' son of Mr and Mrg Eggenberger of 390 Columbus Avenue White Plains The Rrt Edward Flnnerty assistant pastor officiated and a reception followed at the Roger Smith Hotel White Plains The bride waa eecorted by her father She waa attired in a white Mrs Kelly Given Anniversary Party Mrs David Kelly at 24 Webster Place Port Chester recently celebrated her birthday anniversary with a party at the home of her son and daughter-in-law Mr and Mrs Charles Kelly Betsy Brown Road Gueata included her husband son-in-law and daughter Mr and Mrs Charles -Sullivan and Six grandchildren i Ellen Modugno Feted At Shower 4Mke Ellen Modugno of 53 Henry Avenue Harrison was tendered a bridal shower recently at the Knljghts at Columbus hall Harrison A buffet supper was served to 6a Miss Modugno will become the bride of Pvt Rocco Fusco stationed at the Aberdeen Proving Grounds Md on May 10 at the Church of St Gregory the Great at 3 PM Triangle suffer Ortekany Triangle- No Ill Daughters at the Eastern Star will sponsor a buffet supper tomorrow at 6 at the Maaonie Temple The public to invited: Patricia Sparks beloved queen is chairman Want to aaO Machiaaf Usa Used WOahlag or Waat SERVICE SagtOered Better In assured your 1 team for VFW Auxiliary Marks Birthday Members of the A i terv to Les Vingt Cinq Post Veterans of Foreign wan cele- 1 bra ted their 22nd birthday anniversary recently 'with a flUmer at Fritz A Tom's Attending wen Mrs Mowry president Mra Will Isms whose birthday versary was also marked Anna Montane Miss Sally 1 Mrs Helen Horton Mrs' Cartoon Mrs Jennie I Helena Drought Sr Blra Kolb and Mrs Katherine her Members of the 'Poet wen Paul LaBella commander Joseph A Vaccaro Warren Rob-inaon William McCarthy Helmer Cartoon John Mon trass and Clar- ence Mowry to 1495 2 in' PO 5-1800-01 -02 I Sons Inc JOSEPH TUNICK 4 SONS Ine 103-105 North Mein St FASHION SHOW OFF The fur fashion show which was to take place on May 14 following the luncheon pf the Parish Guild of St Peter's Church has been cancelled because of the illness of Paul Hermann of New York who was to have presented the show Hie luncheon will take place at 1 after which cards will be" played kTeodguorteif for Hne DIAMONDS hit CWir i John Ri Wilhelms Arriving In PC Mr and Mrs John Wilhelm and their three sons an arriving today from Mexico City for a visit with Mrs Wilhelm's parents Mr and Mrs William Msslin 24 Ctermont Avenue Port Chester Mr Wilhelm chief of the Mexican newa bureau at Business Week magazine will make gueat appearance on NBCa 7:30 ML rWorid News Roundup" during the next two weeks He will also appear cm at on Mutual on May 8 discussing the coming Mexican presidential election He recently wrote a cover itory on Mexico for Business Week Mrs -Wilhelm who waa Margaret Maailn to a fanner member of the editorial ataff of The Dally Rem TeaWill Honor Harrison Author The New Rochdle Women's Chib win hold a tea In honor of Dorothy-Ico -Pickens of Harrteor Westchester atttiw of On The Rainbow" emntiy published fay Pageant Press of New York on Sunday On The the tory of a girl who could pasa for white and of how her grave decision affected all who came' in contact with her Mrs Lyn Pierce will preside over the meeting and will give a review of the book after which questions will be asked of the author 1 y-- -f Personals Mr and Mrs Wffliam Ray-mond Woodland Drive Port Chester announce the birth at son William Vincent Jr Thursday at United Hospital Tbs baby weighed eight pounds three ounces Mr and Mrs Raymond are tiie parents of five' daughters Pamela Jean Elyee Cathy Sher-rflte and Melissa Mr and Mrs Louis Mackey of 101 Haseco Avenue Port Cheater announce the birth of their tint child a son William Francis at United Hospital on April 23 Mrs Mackey to the former Marie past executive director of the Port Cheater Girl Scout Council Michael John Cate Jr ion at Mr and Mrs J- Cate at 82 Mapie Avenue Bye was baptized recently at the Church of the Resurrection Rye by 'the Rev Jamee Tully assistant pastor Godparents were Mrs Vltaia CBr-darelll of Port Chester a great-aunt of the child and Jack Calo Rye uncle A small gathering followed at the home SPECIAL SALE Von new SUMMER RUGS Reversible fibres' 9x15 21JW Bn12 I4JH ID UK flwD liLDK AUAX aujfni 31 Sonth Mein SL PO 5-1919 Store Hours Da9v to PAL Saturdays Al Day to 4 PX PC Women Named To County JWV Mrs Jean Zitowitz and Mrs Blanche Doiderer past and current presidents at the Auxiliary No 67 Jewish War Veterans of Port Chester were named president and treasurer respectively at the County Legion Auxiliary at a meeting yesterday in New Rochelle Attending were Mrs Zitowitz Bessye Feigen bourn past County president Money Mattin Sara Funk Bertha Krevlln Ida Fine MBry Freedman PORT CHESTER Phone P0 52361 Health! Your Future i' Give Mother A Beauty Treat! FREDERICS PERMANENT 7 WAVE ENDS Sols Retailers In This Area for MILKMAID COSMETICS BEAUTY SHOPPE by the constant efforts of doctor and druggist working as a V- you and your health Pharmecista On Dufy 204 WESTCHESTER AVE Open Moadays than Saturdays Also Evening JOSEPH CAMMARATO ''I- OUFEN8ING i Pharmacy 7s a Prefouton" fi 14 Sooth Main Sb POrt Chester 54911 GEM icOEKJKJEtS 1749-1883' Discovered protection AGAINST SMALLPOX BY INOCULATION WITH VIRUS OFCOWPOXMXVI4J1 17-inch RCA VICTOR Whitfield with Picture Power Clear ateadier virtually interference-free television ret ceptioa brought right into your home with Picture Power Beat teledaion recaption possible in your TV area wide Pieturo Power Golden Throat" tone system comes to you with new briT Uineo and fiddity -v 'y i ORDERS ME NOW BEBG TAKEN FOR keys- For 19S3 Port Cheater High School Groduatine Claaa Orders received by May 29th assured early delivery RUDOLPH A 1 1 i 1 IMS oscovERV FEW PEOPLE REACHED ADULTHOOD WITHOUT BEING MARKED SVnflS DREAD OSEASe vmorabito piirotta pharmacy WNO STREET COMER WESTCHESTER AVENUE '1 -V FORT OtESTBt FHONf S-I24S UN Countf a Largeat Furniture 103-105 NORTH MAIN ST POrt Gheetm 5-1800 01 03 'OPEN THURSDAY EVENINGS TILL 9 FJL Jeweler 1916 S3 NORTH MAIN ST PORT CHESTER Vv Opea Tkureday Till WF-ML L''- 'v Ui 'fi 1 I- 'I' -f -v- -'J- -A- "-j -S.

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