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5 WOMAN'S' NEWS THY DAILY ITEM, PORT CHESTER. N. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1953 WOMAN'S NEWS PAGE FIVE Personal And Social Notes- Mrs. and Mrs. Harold Schaars of Milwaukee, announce the birth of their second child, a son, David Harold, Sunday.

Mrs. Schaars is cthe Arlene Plunkett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh L. Plunkett of Byram.

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Verrastro of 25 Armett Street, Port Chester, announce the birth of their second son, born Dec. fir 27 at the United Hospital. Their -other son is Carl five.

Mrs. Verrastro is the former. Marie Shine of Port Chester. Mr. and Mrs.

John Dzuban of 64 Halstead Avenue, Chester, announce the their A irthoot child, a son, Walter, Jan. 1 at the United Hospital. The couple's other children are Mary Ann, Jean, Michael and John. Mrs. Dzuban.

is the former Mary Gotautas of Port Mr. and Mrs. Vito Pace of 304 Locust Avenue, Port Chester, announce the birth of their second child, a son, Vito Pace at the United Hospital, Jan. 2. Kathy, age five, is their other child.

Mrs. Pace is the former Mae Tolla of Port Chester. Lee B. Blehl of 75 Henry Avenue, Harrison, is recuperating at the United Hospital, having suffered from an attack of pneumonia on 27. He expects to return Denis by the end of this week.

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schmaling cf 1624 Hobart Avenue, Port Chester announce the birth of their second daughter, Patricia Anne, Dec. 23, at the United Hospital. The new arrival's sister is Linda Elaine.

Mrs. Schmaling is the former Elaine Pearce of Port Chester. Janet Schmeiler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schmeiler of 94 Pemberwick Road, Byram, celebrated, her Eve with sixteenth a buffet birthday supper held at the home of her parents.

Thirty-six guests attended. Debra Ann Ross, infant daughter Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Ross of 223 Irenhyl Avenue, Port Chester, was christened recently in the Church of Our Lady of Mercy with the Rev.

Edward Finnerty officiating a at the ceremony. Sponsors for the child were Mrs. John Keegan of Port Chester and John Ross of Berlin, Conn. Anita Sanchez, Charles Harriott Engaged The engagement of Miss Anita Sanchez to Charles Harriott, son of Mrs. Rose D.

Harriott of 85 Overlook Place, Rye, and the late Charles Harriott, has been made known parents, Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Sanchez of 205 South Water Street, Byram. 'The bride-elect, who is an alumna of Greenwich High School, is employed as a telephone operator with the New York Telephone Company in the local office. Her fiance, a graduate of Rye High School, is with the department of The Daily Item.

Elizabeth Heard Engaged To Wed C. F. Lufkin Jr. The engagement of Miss Elizabeth Heard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.

Marston Heard of Manchester, N. to Chauncey F. Lufkin son of Mr. and Mrs. Lufkin of Kirby Lane, Rye, has been announced by her parents.

Miss Heard, a senior at Smith College, was graduated in 1949 from St. Mary's-in-the-Mountains, Littleton. Her fiance attended the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville, and Phillips Academy, Andover, and was graduated last year from Yale. He served with the Navy. Mr.

Lufkin is presently with the Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corporation in Washington, D. C. CDA TO SEW Sewing for Rosary Hill will be resumed tonight at 8 o'clock, when members of Court Resurrection, Catholic Daughters America, 891, meet at the home of Mrs. Joseph O'Hara at Highland Hall, Rye. FLIRTATIOUS! FLATTERING! Short Spirited New! Designed to flatter you unbelievingly with its face framing curls.

Phone for appointment. PERMANENT WAVE from $7.50 up We. Also Specialize In Hair Coloring La Mode Beauty Salon 108 North Main St. POrt Chester 5-3552 Coveleigh Lists Party Celebrants A New Year's Eve Party, terminating with early morning was held at the Coveleigh Club in Rye under the chairmanship of George M. Gleason of Port Chester and Frank C.

Lowe of Rye. Celebrants from Rye included: Mr. and Mrs. G. E.

Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. William E. Foltz, Mr. and Mrs.

C. D. Griggs, Mr. and' Mrs. Fred W.

Zauner, C. Edgar Littleton, Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Johnston, Mr.

and Mrs. Victor Nyborg, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Reiss, Donald Rathgeb, Miss Diana Geng, Robert Rathgeb, Joseph Gaspari, Gordon Johnston, Mr. and Mrs.

John Daly, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Walsh, Neal Carey, Miss Peggy Wood, Miss Marion Shaffer and Miss Jacqueline Moore. Port Chester residents welcoming the New Year were John Davidson, Edmund G. Angevine, Mr.

and Mrs. Frederick Stahl, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Curtin, Miss Sally Rosenquest, Mr. and Mrs.

J. Edwin Guinta, Ronald Guinta, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schnautz Mr. and Mrs.

Robert Kelly, James Ryan, Gregg Greve, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Sperzel and Mr. and Mrs.

Jerry F. Burton. Others were Miss Jeanne Tyler of Harrison and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Weltz of Greenwich, STUDY GROUP TO MEET Members of the Westminster Study Group will hold their regular monthly meeting tomorrow at 8:15 P.M.

in the church rooms. CHOIR TO REHEARSE A choir rehearsal has been called at 1:30 P. M. tomorrow at the Jewish Center. Rabbi Joseph Speiser will.


Malcolm Wein, parent class representative chairman for the Junior High Schocl Parent-Teacher Association. The purpose and functions of this new program will be discussed by Mrs. Wein and her committee tomorrow evening when the group converges at the Junior High School. The representatives for each class include: Mrs. Louise Nancetti's class, Mrs.

E. W. Wright Mrs. William Kaufman; Miss Margaret Tracy's class, Mrs. Robert Mossir and Mrs.

Samuel Carpenter; Thomas Troy's Mrs. Harold R. Krane and Mrs. Walter L. Lowry; Miss Joan Marcus' class, Mrs John W.

Nizolek and Mrs. William Law; Miss Alice Lavere's class, Mrs. Lawrence Hernandez and Joseph Iantorno; William Muir's class, Mrs. Reuben Chauls, and Mrs. John J.

Thierman and Mrs. Anne Houseman's class, Paul Bakun and Mrs. Bellantoni. Others listed are: Mrs. Hilda Porter's class, Mrs.

Joseph Tutera and Mrs. Faust Sammarco; Noel Ridey's class, Mrs. Morris B. Friedman, Mrs. Stafford Hay and Mrs.

Paul Mandel; Albert Varaday's class, Salvatore Cairo, Mrs. Morris Daner and Mrs. James Janson; Ann Escott's class, Mrs. Morris Cohen and Mrs. Vincent A.

Banks; Mrs. Viola Mayhew's class, Mrs. Anthony J. Raneri, Mrs. Samuel Zuckerman, Mrs.

Benjamin Cooper and Mrs. Morton Reisner; ces Dalbey's class, Mrs. Salvatore Santora and Mrs. Thomas Hamilton and Miss Evan's class, Mrs. Emil Azorsky and Mrs.

Wolfgang Hoffman. Also on the list are: Miss Margaret Kennedy's class, Mrs. Dominick Paniccia and Mrs. Anthony Mrs. Bracciale; Robert Aldrich's class, William J.

Lyons and Mrs. Michael Vita; Miss Ruth Wing's class, Mrs. Clifford N. Hubbard and Mrs. Charles C.

Reynolds; Miss Margaret Gallagher's class, Mrs. Joseph Ellenbogen and Mrs. Harold. R. Krane; Miss Mildred Rice's class, Mrs.

Vincent Illestrom and Mrs. William Law; Miss Vera Longton's class, Mrs. Alphonse Sewer and Mrs. Anges Lenoci; Miss Frankie Webster's class, Mrs. E.

L. Salerino and Mrs. La Marte; Anthony Onorato's Mrs. Thomas Joseph Lupkin's class, Mrs. Dineen on Mrs.

James Dillon; old Brennan and Mrs. J. W. Clapp Mrs. Lulu Coller's class, Mrs.

Arthur Herbst Mrs. tore Verrastro; Mrs. Robert ward's class, Mrs. Arthur Cockerham and Mrs. Joseph Bova and Miss Edith Lindsley's class, Mrs.

Joseph Katz and Mrs. Frank Sabia. Helpful Hints- Here's How NEXT TIME you paint stairs, you can keep them in use during the repainting by painting every other step first, leaving the alternate ones free to be walked on. When the newly painted ones are dry, they can be used, while the other group is being painted. THE BACK from your roasting pan has other handy uses, too.

Because air can circulate underneath it, it makes a fine cake cooler, and also a stand for hot platters and dishes then table. you're handy with crochet hook, you can make a pretty cover to tie over it, for your own table, or for WHITE SIDEWALL TIRES are easily cleaned with the soap-filled steel wool pads you use on kitchen utensils. They get off curb marks and root stains, too. Use a pail of water or the garden hose, wet the pad, then rinse tires clean. TO PREVENT LIPSTICK smears on your dresses and lingerie that go on and off over your head, press your lips together tightly, turning them in as far as you can, so no lipstick will be exposed your clothes slip over your face.

This is a thoughtful rule to observe when you're trying on dresses in the store, too, especially since the dress. you carelessly smear might prove to be the very one you want. "HERE'S HOW" Is your column of handy hints for home and office. Everyone has favorite tricks and knacks he or she swears by Send your to Osa Handle in care of The Daily Item, and exchange Ideas with other readers whose pet timesavers will be printed here Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. MISS ELSIE KRAMER -Peter Gale Studios Elsie Kramer Plans To Wed William Guman Mr.

and Mrs. George Kramer of 138 Pemberwick Road, Byram, have made known the engagement of their daughter, Elsie, to William Guman son of Mr. and Mrs. Guman of North Street; Greenwich. Miss Kramer, a graduate of Greenwich Schools, is with the Stamford Advocate.

Her fiance was graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Bachelor of Aeronautical Engineering degree with the class of 1952. He is presently, preparing for his Degree at the same Institute where he is a member of Tau Beta Pi, Gamma Alpha Rho and Sigma XI. Miss Stocker Plans To Wed C. Elliott Stocker of Cranston, R. formerly of Port Chester, announces the engagement of his daughter, Miss Jacqueline Ethel Stocker of Glendale, to Lieut.

John Kent, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kent of Pittsburg, Texas. Miss Stocker, a native of Port Chester, is the granddaughter of Adolph F.

Carlson of Glen Avenue. Her father, now city editor of the Providence (R. Journal, is a former member of The Daily Item staff. She was graduated in June, 1950, from Pembroke College in Brown University. Lieut.

Kent was graduated 1945 from the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis and was a Neptune bomber pilot prior to being assigned to the U. S. Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey, where now stationed. No date has been set for the wedding. Janet Rodgers Tendered Shower A mint green and silver decorative theme provided the setting recently for the shower given in honor of Miss Janet Rodgers, whose forthcoming marriage to George Phillips, son of Mr.

and Mrs. George T. Phillips of Mamaroneck, will take place Jan. 17 in the Church of the Resurrection in Rye. The affair, held at the home of Miss Barbara Arnold, 80 Wappanocca Avenue, Rye, for hostess and future honor attendant- at the wedding, was attended by 15 friends and relatives The prospective bride is the daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. James L. Rodgers of 224 Purchase Street, Rye. Licciardello-Krieger Betrothal Announced Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs.

Sebastian Licciardello of 76 Boston Post Road, Larchmont, of the engagement of their daughter, Sarah, to Roy H. Krieger, son of Mrs. Albina Krieger of 134 Henry Avenue, and the late Emil Krieger. The prospective bride attended Mamaroneck Junior High School. Her fiance, who attended Harrison schools, is a seaman in the Navy, stationed at Bainbridge, Md.

No date has been set for the wedding. J. SUNRAY SON, JEWELERS SUNRAY SON, All Makes of Watches J. SUNRAY SON 'NOS SUNRAY 120 No. Watchmakers Graduate DAVID Main for St.

SUNRAY, over Gemologist PO. 100 5-8667 years SUTTaMar J. SUNRAY SON, JEWELERS Individual Hair Styling Every woman requires individual hair styling to meet her particular Let us show you the style that best suits you. Call us today. Micheles Beauty Salon 106 Westchester Avenue POrt Chester 5-0574 Catherine Torres, Joseph Piciulli Wed Yesterday PRESENTING the gavel to incoming president, Mrs.

Paul Monty, rignt, is Mrs. Jerry Russello, president, at last night's installation ceremonies pasts of St. Anne's Sodality of the Church of Our Lady of Rosary. Shown with them is the Rev. John Celoria, who lauded past officers for their "good work" during the year.

Others seated by Father Celoria, who was in charge of ceremonial proceedings were: Mrs. Augustine Messina, vice president; Mrs. John Briante, treasurer; Mrs. Anthony Aulenti, financial secretary; Mrs. John Calarco, corresponding secretary, and Mrs.

Joseph Davide, recording secretary. The scene is at the Don Bosco Center -Staff Photo. Elizabeth Jacob Is Engaged Mr. and Mirs. William Paull Jacob, of 172 Highland Road, Rye, and Wellsburg, W.

have announced the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Paull, to Lieut. Charles Frederick Zukoski 3d, U. S. A. son of Mr.

and Mrs. Charles F. Zukoski of Birmingham, Ala. Miss Jacob, a member of the education department of the New York Zoological Society, is an alumna of the Rye Country Day School and Mount Holyoke College. 'The prospectwive bridegroom, who was graduated from the Asheville, N.

C. School for Boys and the University of North Carolina, received an M.D. degree from the Harvard Medical School. He served an interneship and assistant residency in surgery at Roosevelt Hospital in New York. His father is senior vice president and trust officer of the First National Bank of- Birmingham.

AUXILIARY TO INSTALL The Junior Woman's Auxiliary of St. Peter's Church here will hold their installation ceremonies Thursday evening in the Parish House. Officer in charge of proceedings will be Dr. Lewis Howell. All members are urged to Sisterhood Plans Party Attention at last night's board meeting of the Sisterhood of the Port Chester Jewish Center was focused on the program for one of the organization's main events of the season, The Birthday Party, scheduled for Tuesday evening, Jan.

13, at the Center here. Mrs. Sol Brenner, president, conducted the session. A candlelighting ceremony performed by past presidents and a tribute to board members long standing, highlights of Tuesday's event, were discussed by man, Mrs. Benjamin Granowitz.

Other features discussed by Mrs. Granowitz included prize awards for the evening, special refreshments, which will consist of many homebaked items and entertainment by song stylists, Barry and Grayson. Other business encompassed the voting of donations to the New York State Association for the Blind and to the National Foundation of Infantile Paralysis, the appointment of Mrs. Samuel Cohen as the representative to the Jewish Community Council Committee on servicemen's activities and of Mrs. Morris Karnes and Mrs.

Robert Geffen as chairman and cochairman, respectively, of the annual Spring luncheon of the Sisterhood. Paulette-Stephansen -Engagement Told The engagement of Miss Theresa Paulette to Pvt. Stephan Stephansen III of the United States Army, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephansen of 428 Glen Avenue, Port Chester, was announced by her parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Anthony Paulette of 125 5 Touraine Avenue, also of this Village, during the holidays. Miss Paulette, a graduate of Port Chester High School, is employed as a secretary with the Electric Company of Port Chester. Pvt. Stephansen, who was.

in Korea for one year, is now stationed at Camp Pickett, Va. He is a graduate of Port Chester High School. Daily Pattern by Anne HALF-SIZE CASUAL It's the casual you've admired on slimmer figures -perfectly proportioned to fit and flatter shorterwaisted, fuller types! Have this in' cotton, rayon gabardine, or shantung. A joy to sew--fits perfectly across shoulders, waistline, hips--no alteration problems! Pattern 4570: Half Sizes Size takes yards 35-inch. This pattern easy to use, simple to sew, is tested for fit.

Has complete illustrated instructions. Send thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern add 5 cents for each pattern if you wish 1st-class mailing. Otherwise, allow 10 days to two weeks for delivery. Send to Anne Adams, care of The Daily Item Pattern 50 Westchester Port Chester, N. Y.

Print plainly name, dress with zone, size and style number. BUY U. S. SAVINGS BONDS Headquarters for Fine DIAMONDS Port Chester Mamaronect 4570 BERNER'S Make Your Appointment for Newest Color Sensation Haf Ash Silver Blonde Open Mondays MR. GENE Pierre de Paris Truly a wizard Hairdresser of the scissors.

8 Purchase St. RYe 7-0779 Miss Catherine Torres, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Torres of 131 Chatterton Avenue, White Plains, became the bride Sunday of Joseph R. Piciulli, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Leonard Piciulli, of 6 Leonard Street, Fort Chester. The Rev. Andrew Magee officiated at the 4 P.M. ceremony in St.

John's Church, White which was decorated with poinsettias. Ronald Portman of Scarsdale was organist and Joseph Serbaroli of White Plains was soloist. A reception for 400 people followed in the Little Theater of the County Center, White Plains. Mr. Torres gave his daughter in marriage.

The bride's gown of imported Chantilly lace was fashioned with victorian collar, long pointed sleeves and a bouffant skirt ending in a train. She carried a prayer book with orchids and ribbon streamers tied with stephanotis. Her fingertip length veil of illusion was caught to a lace cloche trimmed with seed pearls. Mrs. Carmine Gilberti of White Plains was her sister's matron of honor in a gown of dusty rose velveteen and tulle with detachable velveteen cape, tulle, mitts and bonnet.

She carried colonial bouquet of variegated pink and white carnations with orchid sweet peas and bouvardia. Bridesmaids were Miss Carmel Piciulli of Port Chester, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Keula Kotopoules of White Plains. Their gowns were purple velveteen and tulle similar to that of the honor attendant. They carried colonial bouquets of yellow roses, orchid sweet peas and white bouvardia. James Merus of Weehawken, N.

was best man and ushers were Joseph Lamberti and Louis Cirelli, both of Port Chester. William Piciulli of Port Chester, brother of the bridegroom, and Francis Casey of North Tarrytown, cousin of the bride, were church ushers. Following a motor trip to Mexico and California, the couple will reside temporarily at 131 Chatterton Avenue, White Plains. Mrs. Piciulli, a graduate of Plains High School, was.

formerly employed at Paterson's Silk Store, White Plains. Her husband, an alumnus of Port Chester High School, served 18 months in China with First Marine Division during the war. He is proprietor of the Rye Brook Esso Station in Rye. Curry-Lewis Betrothal Made Mr. and Mrs.

Thomas Benedict Curry of Hartford have announced the engagement of their daughter, Elise to Lieut. William Burke Lewis, U. S. A. son of Mr.

and Mr. and Mrs. John Raymond Lewis of 15 Woodland Driye, Greenwich. A graduate of Mount St. Joseph.

Academy, Hartford, Miss Curry is an alumna of the class of '52 of St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, Ind. Lieut. Lewis was graduated from the University of Notre Dame and is stationed at Clovis (N. Air Force Base.

He is a grandson of the late Dr. William Burke of Greenwich. Bringing Up Baby Hints Collected by Den tuba (Mother of 5) Now that another year has turned the corner, what about making and keeping a worthwhile resolution. Like this, for example: I shall do everything possible get back my pre-baby figure! Start by watching your posture sitting, standing, walking, working. Pull in that tummy.

Throw back those shoulders. Pull ribs away from hips by stretching whenever you can. Make everything you do a posture exercise from bed-making to dishwashing. You'll be amazed to find how these little things help to whittle a waist, tone down a tummy, nip inches off a hip. Resolve, too, that you'll safeguard baby's health by visits to docregular checktor.

Wise parents today go before their wee ones need attention, catch trouble before it starts. Another New Year note: The very minute your doctor specifies cereals for your little heir make a note to try Gerber's Cereals. For these fine and famous cereals, are made to have the smooth, niceto-the-tongue. texture, the bland, pleasant flavor infants like. Then too, Gerber's Cereals are fortified with added calcium, iron and important B-vitamins to give baby the kind of nutrition his growing body needs.

All precooked and ready to serve to save you a heap of fuss and ado. For variety rotate: Rice Cereal, Barley Cereal, Oatmeal, Cereal Food (wheat). Something for nothing. If, by chance, you haven't yet tried Gerber's Cereals, just write me for free samples of all four. Box N45-C, Fremont, Mich..

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