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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York • Page 5

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WOMAN'S NEWS TH DAILY ITEM PORT CHESTER JANUARY 6 1968- PAGE FIVE Personal And Social Notes- i Catherine Torres Joseph PiciuUi Wed Yesterday Mbs Catherine Toms daughter1 Mr end Mrs John Torres of 131 Chatterton Avenue Plains became the bride Sunday of Joseph Plciulll son of Mr and Mrs Leonard PichiQi of 6 Leonard Street Port Chester The Rev Andrew Magee affick ated at the 4 PM ceremony In St' Church White Plains which wss decorated with patasst-ties Ronald Portman of Scan-dab wu organbt and Joseph 8er-baroli of White Phtas wu soloist -A reception for 400 people follow- ed in the Little Thu ter of the -County Center White Plains Mr Torres gave hb daughter in marriage Tha gown at white imported Chantilly Ian wu fashioned with Victorian: collar long pointed sleeves and a bouf- font skirt ending in a train She carried a prayer book with orchids and ribbon streamers tied with stephanotb Her fingertip length veil of illusion wu caught to a boa cloche trimmed with' seed pearls '-Mrs Carmine Gilbertl of White Pbins wu' her sister's-matron of honor in a gown of dusty rots vek veteen and tulb with detachable velveteen cape tulb mitts and bonnet She carried a colonial bouquet of variegated pink and white carnations with orchid sweet peu end bouvardin Bridesmaids wen Mia Carmel of Port Chester sister of the bridegroom end Mbs Keula Kotopoubs of White Plains Theta gowns were purpb velveteen and tulb similar to that of tha honor attendant They carried colonial bouquets of yellow rases orchid sweet peu and white bouvardla a Jama Mrua of Weehawken J- wu best man and ushers wen Joseph Lambertl and Loub Ctaelll both of Port Chester William Pk dulll of Port Chester brother of the bridegroom end French Gu- of North TsnytdWn cousin of the bride were church ushers Fallowing a motor trip to Mexico and1 California tha couple will reside temporarily at 131 Chatter- -ton Avenue White Plains Mrs PtatulU a graduate of- White Plata High School was-' formerly employed at Silk Store Whits Plains Her hu-- band an alumnus at Port Chester High School served 18 months in Chlqa with First Marins Division during the war He is proprietor of the Rye Brook ESeo Station Rye Mrs and Mrs Harold Schaars of Milwaukee Wla announce the birth of their second child a son David Harold Sunday Mrs Schaars Is the former Arlene Mary Plunkett daughter of Mr and Mrs HOgh 1 Plunkett of Byram Mr and Mrs Carl Verrastro of 25 Armett Street Port Chcs-ten' announce the birth of their second son bom Dec 27 at the United Hospital Their-other son is Carl Jr five Mrs Verrastro is the former Marie Shine of Port Chester Mr and Mrs John Dzuban of 64 Halstead Avenue Port Chester announce the birth of their a ton 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 Go-tautas of Port Chester Mr shd Mrs Vito Pace of 304 Locust Avenue port Chester announce the birth of their second Child a'son Vito Pace Jr at the United Hospital Jan 2 Kathy age five is their other child Mrs Pace is the former Mae Tolla of Port Cheater Lee Blehl of 75 Henry Avenue Harrison is recuperating at the United Hospital having suffered from an attack of pneumonia on Dec 27 He expects jto return home by the end of this week Mr and Mrs Charles Schooling of' 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 8chmallng is the former Elaine' Pearce of Fort Chester Janet Schmeiler daughter of Mr and Mrs Irving Schmeiler of 94 Pemjberwlck RoriL Byram cel- ebrated her slxteehth birthday New Eve with sbuffet sujk per held at the hometff her parents: Thirty-six guests attended Debra Anil Ross Infant daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Ross of 223 Irenhyl Avenue Port Chester was christened recently in the Church of Our Ladjr of I FLIRTATIOUS! FLAYTERING! Class Parents At Junior High Are Announced The selection of two parent representatives for each class of foe Junior High SchooL whp jwill work In dose cooperation with the teacher in whatever way possible and' towards a goal at Increased membership and attendance at meetings was announced by Mrs Malcolm Weill parent rep resentativs chairman for foe Junior High School Parent-Teacher Association The purpose gnd ftinctions of this new program will be discussed by Mrs Weln and her committee-- tomorrow evening when the group converges at the Junior High School The representatives for each class Include: Mra Louise class Mrs Wright and Mrs William Kaufman Min Margaret class Mrs Robert Mossir end Mrs -Samuel Carpenter- Thomas Troy's class Mrs Harold Krane and Mrs Walter Lowry Miss Joan dais Mrs John Niz-olek and Mrs William Law Min Alice class Mrs Lawrence Hernandez end Mrs Joseph lantomo William Muir's Mrs Reuben Chaulg and Mrs John TMerman and Mrs Anne Houseman's class Mrs Paul Bakun and Mrs BellantonL Others Hated are: Mrs Hilda class Mrs Joseph Tu? tera and Mrs Faust Sammarco Noel Rkley's class Mrs Morris Friedman Mrs Stafford Hay and Mrs Paul Mandel Albert Varaday class Mrs Salvators Cairo Mrs Morris Darter and Mrs Janies JanSon Miss Ann Escort's class Mrs Morris Cohen and Mrs Vincent A Banks Mrs Viola Mayhew! dais Mrs' Anthony Raneri Mra Samuel Zuck-ennan Mrs Benjamin Cooper and Mrs Morton Reisner Miss Franca class Mrs Salvatore Santora and Mrs Thomas Hamilton and Mia 'class Mrs Emil Azarsky and Mrs Wolfgang Hoffman Also on the list are: Mi Margaret class Mrs Dominick Panioda and Mrs Anthony Bracdale Robert -l Mrs William Lyons end Mrs Michael Vita Mbs Ruth class Mrs Clifford Hubbard and MiS Charles Reynolds Miss Margaret Gallagher's Mrs Joseph EUenbogen and Mrs Harold Krane mi Mildred Rice's class Mrs Vincent Illes-trom and Mrs William Law Mia Vera Longton'i class Mrs Ak phona Sewet and Mrs Anges Lenod Mia Frankie class Mrs Salerino and Mrs La Marte Antliony Ono-rato'a -class Mrs Thomas Dineen and Mrs James mihn Joseph Lupkin's class Mrs Harold -Brennan and Mra Clapp Jr Mrs Lulu Mrs Arthur Herbit and Mrs' Salvatore Verrastro Mra Robert Edward's class Mrs Arthur Cocker ham and Mrs Joseph Bova and Mbs Edith class Bits Jossph Katz and Mrs FYank SaMa PRESENTINO the gavel to incoming president Mrs Paul Monty rlgnt IS Mrs-Jerry Rus-sello -past president at last night's Installation ceremonies of St Sodality of the Church of Our Lady of the Roeary Shown with them isthe Rev John Celoria who lauded put officers for their work" during the year Others seated by Father Oelorla who was in charge id ceremonial proceedings 'were: Mrs Augustine Messina vice president Mrs John Brian te treasurer Mrs Anthony Aulenti financial secretary Mrs John Oalarco corresponding secretary and Mrs Joseph Davlde recording secretary The scene is at the Dan Bosco Staff photo Mercy with the Rev Edward Fin-nerty officiating at the ceremony Sponsors for the child' were Mrs John Keegan Of Port Chester and John Rou of Berllfo dorm Anita Sanchez Charles Harriott Engaged The engagement of Miss Anita Sandies to Charles Harriott son' of Mrs Rose Harriott of 85 Overlook Place Rye and -the late Charles Harriott has been made known by her parents Mr and Mrs Antonio' Sandies of 206 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 circulation1 department of The" Dally Item Elizabeth Heard Engaged To Wed CF LiifkinJr The engagement of Mias Elizabeth Heard daughter of Mr and Mrs! Marston Heard -of Manche ter to Chauncey Lufkin Jr son of MT 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 Littleton Her fiance attended the Hotchkiss School in Lakeville Conn and Phillips Academy Andover Mass and was graduated last year from Yale He served with the Navy Mr Lufkin is presently with the Owens-Coming Fk berglas Corporation in Washington DC CDATOBEW Sewing for Rosary HOI will be resumed tonight at 8 when members id Court Resurrection Catholic Daughters of America 891 meet at the home of Mrs Joephp Har at Hlghr landHaD Rye POrt Chaster 545S2 1 fEQP 133? Sisterhood Plans Party Attention at last night's board meeting jf the Sisterbood of tha Port Chester Jewish Center was focused on the program for one of the organization's main events et the season The Birthday Party scheduled for Tuesday evening Jan 13 at the Center Ben Mrs Sol Brenner president conducted the session A candlcllghting ceremony performed by put presidents and a tribute to board members of long standing highlights of event wen discussed fay its chairman Mrs Benjamin Ckanowitz Other features discussed1 by Mrs Granowitz included prize awards for the evening special refreshments which will ponsist of many home baked items and entertainment fay song stylist Barry and Grayson Other buslnea 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 activities and -of Mrs Minria Kanies and Mrs Robert Geffen as chairman and cochairman respectively of the annual Spring luncheon at the Sisterhood Short Spirited New! Designed to flatter you unbelievingly with its face framing curls Phone far appointment PERVERT WAVE from I We Also Specialize la Hair Coloring Coveleigh Lists Party Celebrants A New Eve Party terminating with early morning breakfast was held at the Coveleigh Chib in Rye under the: chairmanship of George Gleason of Port Chester and Frank Loire of Ry '-V Celebranti fromRye Included: Mr and Mrs Anderson Mr and Mrs William Foltz Mr and Mrs Griggs Mr and Mrs Fred Zauner Edgar LittletOivMr and Mrs Harold A -Johnston Mr and Mrs Victor Ny-borg Mr and Mrs Edmund Reiss Donald RsfogefaMiu Diana Geng Rbbeit Rathgeb Joadph Gaspari Gordon Mr and Mrs John Daly Mr and Mis Benjamin Walsb Neal Carey Miss Peggy Wood Miss Marion Shaffer and Mis Jacqueline Moore Port Cheater residents welcoming the New Year were John Davidson Edmund Angevlne Mr and Mrs Ftederick Stahl Mr and Mrs Nonpan Curtin Miss Sally Rosen-quest Mr and Mrs Edwin Gulnta Ronald Guinta Mr and Mrs Robert Schnautz'Jr Mr and Mra Robert Kelly Janies Ryan Gregg Grave Mr and Mrs Charles Sperzel' and Mr and Mrs Jerzy Burton Others were Mia Jeanne Tyler of Harrison and Mr end Mrs Wallace -Waltz of Greenwich STUDY -GROUP TO VDBS Members of the Westminster Study Group will hold their regular monthly meeting tomorrow af 8:15 PAL in the church rooms CHOIR TO REHEARS! A choir rehearsal has been called at 1:30 tomorrow at the Jewish Center Rabbi Joseph Speiser wilj conduct -r-s Ui) GPEllIF St La Mode Beauty Salon vv MUS ELSIE KRAMER Gab Studios to 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 Jr son of Mr and Mrs Guman of North Street Greenwich Mbs Kramer a graduate of Greenwich Schools with the Stamford Advocate Her fiance was graduated from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with a Bachelor id Aeronautical Engineering degree with the claa of 1952 Ha presently preparing for his Master's Degree at the same Institute where he a member of Tau Beta PI Gamma Alpha Rho and Sigma XL Hiss Stocker Plans To Wed Elliott Stocker id Cranston I formerly of Port Chafer announces the engagement of hb daughter Mla Jacquelinc Ethel Stocker of Glendale Calif to Lieut John Kent USN son of Mr and Mra John Kent of Pittsburg Texes Misa Stocker a native of Port Chester ia the granddaughter of Adolph Carbon of Glen Avenue Her father now city editor of the Providence (K L) Journal a fanner member id The Daily Item staff She wu graduated in June 1950 from Pembroke College In Brown University Lieut Kent was graduated fa 1945 from the United States Naval Academy at Annapolis and wu a Neptune bomber pilot prior to being assigned to foe Naval Postgraduate School at Monterey Calif where he now stationed No date hu been set for foe wedding Janet Rodger Tendered Shower mint green and silver decorative theme provided -the ting recently far the shower given ta honor of Mtas Janet -Rodger whoa forthcoming marriage to George PhUlfoa eon of Mr and jri George Phillip of Mama-roneck will taka place Jan 17 in foa Church of the Resurrection in Rye- The affair held at the home of Barbara Arnold 80 Wap-panocca Avenue Rye for hostess and-futura" honor attendant at the wedding wu attended by 15 friends and relative The prospective bride the daughter at Mr and Mrs Jama Rodgers of 224 Purchase Street Rye Licciardello-Krieger Betrothal Announced Announcement hu hem by Mr and Mrs Sebastian Lie-daidelb of 78 Boston Fat Road Larchmont at tha engagement of theta daughter Sarah to Boy Krieger eon of Mrs Albina sr of 134 HriuF Avenue son and the bte Emil Krieger The prospective bride attended Mamaroneck Junior High SchooL Her fiance who attended Harrison schools fa a seaman in foe Navy stationed at BatabriOge Md No date hu been set for the wedding An Makes of Watekea SUNRAY I SON far arar lNfaan MTD SUXBAY i 1M Kata Ms TO KIMT atnui a wan jbwsuu SiIob 101 North Main Elizabeth Jacob Is Engaged Mr and Mrs William Pauli Jacob of 172 Highland Road Rye abd Wellaburg Va have announced the "engagement of their daughter Elizabeth Pauli to Lieut Charles Frederick Zukoski 3d A son of Mr and Mrs Charles Zukoski Jr of Birmingham Ala Mias 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 prospect wive bridegroom who was graduated from the Asheville School for Boys and the University of North Carolina received an MD degree from the Harvard Medical School He -served an intemeahlp and assistant residency in surgery at Roosevelt Hospital in Nor- York His father la senior vice president and trust officer of the First National Bank of- BinqiitBuun ATX1LLVRY TO INSTALL -The Junior Woman's" Auxiliary of St Peter's Church hen will hold their installation- ceremonies Thursday efenirig'in the Parish House Officer in charge of proceedings will be Dr' Lewis Howell All members an urged to at-tend' Daily Pattern HALF-SIZE CASUAL It's the casual admbqd on slimmer figures perfectly pro-portioned to fit end flatter shorter-wabted fuller types Have fob in' cotton rayon gabardine or shantung A joy to aewfits perfectly across shoulders waistline no alteration problems! Pattern Half Stei 14ft 16 18 20 22 Sin 164 taka 40 yards 35-inch This pattern easy to use simple to sew tested for fit Hu complete Illustrated instructions Send thirty-five cents in coins fdr fob pattern add 5 -cents for each pattern if you wish lst-daa mailing Otherwise allow 10 days to two weeks for delivery Send to Anne Adams care of- The Dally Item Pattern Dept 50 Westchester Ave Port Chester Print -plainly name address -with zone stag and style number BUY 8 8AVDT08 BONDS VEsUqaertsrs for riM DIAMONDS KRTKR3 PauleUeSte phatuen JEngagement Told The engagement of Miss Theresa Paulette to Pvt Stephan Ste-phansen HI of the United States Army aim Of Mr and Mrs Ste-phansen Jr of 428 Glen Avenue Port Chester was announced by her parents Mr and Mrs Anthony Paulette of 125 Touralne Avenue also of this Village during the holidays' Miss Paulette a graduate of Port Chester High School Is em-nloysd as a secretary with tha Electric Company of Port Chester Fvt Stephansen who was In Korea far one year is now stationed at Camp Pickett Va He is a graduate of Port Cheater High Sulmul 4570: MM Curry-Lewis Betrothal Made Mr and Mrs Thomu Benedict Curry of Hartford have announced the engagement of theta daughter Elba to Lieut William Burke Lewis A son of Mr- and Mr and Mrs John Raymond Loris at 15 Woodland Driye Greenwidw A graduate of Mount St Josephs Academy Hartford Mia Oozy ta an alumna of the eba of 52 of St Mary's CbDegC Notau Dsme'frid Lieut Lewb wu graduated from the University of Notre Dame and stationed at Clovta (N M) Air Fospe Baa He a grandaon of the late Dr William Burk of Greenwich Bring: UpBa Sr i (KWtereUl BInow fori anofoir fiu has turned thei comer whri about making and kttpSng worfowfaib rwolutioo Like thb for eumpb: I ihall do everything powibb to get back my pre-baby Spire! Shut by wriehbg your poriurs sitting atandhn walking' working Pull in that tmpmy Tbeow back thou shook den Pull ribs sway from hip by (tietching whenever you can Maks everything you do a pariun saw- cb from bad-making to dkfawuh-tag YouH amazed to And how foeae littb thtagi help to whktb a wuri tom down tummy aw inehaa off a hip geaolv tee fori -you'll safeguard baby's health by -regular check-up visiu to the doo- tor Wia parents today go ttfori their wss ones need atteatioa catch troifob befotw it starts 'An ether New Year netei The myt your doctor ipwiflfs cereal for your littb hair mike a note to try Gutari CsnabV Fortheaeineand -famoui cereal 'am made to haw tha HMlin tiuigiui tail fora the bland pleaiant flavor infanta Eke Then too Gelbart Cereak are fortified with added cak cbm bon and Important B-vitamm to giw baby die kind of untridoa hb growing body need All pm- cooked and mad to aarw to aaw i at tarn and ado For you a THESE QUALIYY GROCERY-PRODUCTS ME BEINB ADVERTISED irTHIS NEWSPMER Oirfnf Willi if Jh 6th It laa' 10th i ASra SALTED NUW BLUE BONNET MARBARIN BREYEITS ICE CREAM CADET DOB FOppM CHASE I SANBORN DDFFEEV 1 COCK A BULL 8INGER BEER icOTTS DIETETIC SODA DOLE FROZEN PINEAPPLE JUICE DOWNY FLAKE FROZE NT AFFLES FLAGSTAFF APPLE SAUCE FLAGSTAFF GREEN BEANS FiiasTAFF coprer BABY FOOD A Helpful Hint How NEXT TIME you paint tajrs' you can keep them in use during the repainting by painting every ikner neTInt leaving the alter-nate ones fret to be walked on When the newly painted ones are dry they cm be used while the other group being painted THE BACK from your roasting pan has other handy uses Too Be-cum sir can circulate -underneath if it maka a fine cake odder and abo a stand for hot platters and dbha at the table If handy with foe crochet hook you can make -a pretty cover to tie over- it for your own table or for friends WHITE SIDEWALL TIREK 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 pall of water or the garden hose wet the pad then rinse tires clan -to Prevent upsitck Imears on your dresses and lingerie that go eo and off over your heed press your Ups together tightly turning them in as far as you call a no lipstick will be exposed a your clothes slip over your face Thb a thoughtful rule to observe when trying on dresses In the store too especially since drear you carelessly smear might prove to be the very ode you wint Oi man br Sal na I an il tie Mrda Haw eua eUar naSai -men te prhtii aai Halite a Individual HairStyling Every wmmn requires individual hair atjdlng to 1 finest her particular needs Let us show you foe' styb that best suits you 'Can us today BBiBty I06 Westchester Ayenup a GORHAU SILVER POUSH iKEEBLER CRACKERS IIIRACLOTH RYE BREAdV '5? 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