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WOMAN'S THE DAILY TIMES, MAMARONECK, N. THURSDAY, JUNE 26, 1947 WOMAN'S PAGI MISS DOROTHY A.VN CXARK Wade Roberts Of Syracuse To Marry Dorothy A. Chirk Joseph J. Lauza's lu Atlantic Cily Following Wedding Mr. and Joseph J.

Lanza who were married Saturday in Pelham are In Atlantic City, and on their return will reside at 1106 Washington Avenue. Pelham Manor. Mrs. Lanza Is the former Roberta Janet Seghers. daughter of Mr.

and Mn. Charles E. Seghers of Pelham Manor. Their marriage took place In St. Catherine's Church with the Rev.

Arthur Campbell officiating, and a small family reception was held at the bride's home. Mrs. Lanza attended schools In Mount Lebanon, Pittsburgh. and waa graduated from Pelham Memorial High School. Her husband, a graduate ot Mamaroneck High School, has been attending lona College.

He served 27 month! during the w-ar in Africa, France and Germany. He is the ion of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lanza of 7 Staub Court, Mamaroneck. Barry PTA New Vice-President Mrs.

Herbert Livesey, president of the Barry Avenue School Parent Teacher Assodatlon, and the executive board announced today the temporary appointment ot Mrs, E. Sutton aa vice president. Mrs. Sutton takes the place of Mrs. Elmer Nauman who has resigned because ihe is moving lo Chicago, QUESTS AT CONNOLLY'S guests for a week at the of Mr, and Mrs.

Jack S. Connolly of 17 Forest Park Avenue, Larchmont, are Mrs. Lillian Crouch and her daughter, Georgia Ann of Oeveland Park, Washington, D. C. Miss Crouch is a student at the Warrenton Country in Warrenton, Va.

Recent guests of their son. Jack Connol- were Lt. (J.g 1 Floyd Cooper, USN, cf Alexandria, and Jack Coughlin and Don of, Kansas City, Mo. Connolly is at-' tending George Washington versify in Washington. GUEST AT DICKSONS Miss Maria Montgomery of Kansas City, formerly of Winged Foot Drive, Larchmont, is the house guest of Miss Nancy Dickson of 129 Rockland Avenue, Larchmont.

She also visited Mrs Norman Blanc of 69 Hickory Grove Drive, Larchmont, Mn, Dorothy H. Clark of 151 Fenimore Road, Mainironeck, has announced the engagement of her daughter, Dorothy Aim, to Wade P. Roberts, son of Mrs, Esther Roberts of Syracuse. Miss Clark, a of Mamaroneck High School, has been attending Oswego Slate Teachers College for the last two years. Mr.

Roberts attec.ded Syracuse schools and is associated with the Bartlett Constructioin Company of Syracuse. An October weddl ng Is planned. Buffet Meal Table May Be Concealed Until Supper Time By EMlUr POST A situation melt by about five present-day hostqsses out of sbc is this one: an apartment where one end of very living room serves as the dining room, what is tlM- best procedure when giving a buflet supper? Should the food be on the table when the guests arrive or be brought In ttfterwardT What would be the nlcrst way to do it?" A very nice fact, the only practical be to have at least om- and poisibly two movable screens stand in front of and close to thr table until It Is time to have guests served. If the table can be pushed toward the far wall temporarily, this should be done and then It could be pulled forward when the screens are ren(i0ved. Men's Clothes Dew With which type of suits bow ties worn? Antwer: A bow tie ot the right kind is worn -with every modern type of suit.

A white lawn tie Mrith talis, a black tie with tuxedo, a black or darjic blue tie with blue suit and a one with country clothes. COVELEIOH CLUB A Summer formal teen-agers dance will be Jield tomorrow night at the Coveleigh Club in Rye, featuring juke box music and a coke bar. Admission is free. Also included on the weekend program is a Summer formal dinner dance Saturday with dinner from 6-9 P. M.

and dancing from 9 P. M. to 2 A. MI Reservations are required for dinner. Sunday dinner, by reservation, will be served from P.

and buffet supper from P. M. GOLF TOURNAMENT Finals for the Sal's Trophy ladies' golf tournament will be played tortforrow at the Bonnie Briar Country Club. A Gi'oup of HATS Formerly from $6 to $10 LOUISE CHEROT (Formerly Bonwlt Teller) SMART HATS FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1046 PalmtT Avenue Larchmont t-1780 FIANCEE of Nicholas D. Giacomo, son of Mr.

and Mrs. Michael Giacomo of 5 Lester Place, Anne Margaret Maryniak, whose engagement has been announced by her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Joseph A. Maryniak of New Rochelle. She is a graduate of Albert Leonard High School and a member of Phi Zeta Sorority.

Her fiance, Mamaroneck High School graduate, Is assistant manager of the Bay View Hotel. Waretown, N. J. Engagement Told Of Edna Canonico To John Sabia, Vet Announcement has been made by Mr. and Mrs.

Nicholas Canonico of 112 Waverly Avenue, Mamaroneck. of the engagement of their daughter. Edna, to John Sabia. son of Mr. and Mrs.

Leonard Sabia of Port Chester. The prospective bride attended Mamaroneck High School. Her fiance, a graduate of Port Chester High School in 1945, sen-ed for six months in the Infantry Division of the Army. No date has befn set for the wedding. Flower Show Set Sept.

18 By PTA Of Barry Avenue The annual Barry Avenue School flower show will be held Thursday, Sept. 18. It was decided yesterdat at a meeting of the garden show committee at the home of the general show chairman. Mrs. Milton A.

Hescock, 413 Barry Avenue, Mamaroneck. Mrs. John Brower, representing the Garden Club of Mamaroneck, approved the schedule of exhibits. Show chairmen, appointed by Mrs. Hescock, are Mrs.

Bradford K. Howes, entries: Mrs. William Moore, staging: Mrs, Frank Sutton, awards, and Mrs. Roswell Doughty, publicity. All committee chairmen wero present, and Mrs.

Herbert Livesey. president of the PTA. also attended. Mrs. Gilmour Wed In New York City To Mr.

Kirkpatrick At an eleven o'clock ceremony this morning In All Souls Unltari- an Church, New York City, Mrs. Charlie Peterson Gilmour of New York City, was married to Andrew Kirkpatrick, son of Mrs, Andrew Kirkpatrick of 37 Highwood Avenue, Larchmont, with the Rev. Laurance Neale officiating. Mrs. Knowltop Durham of Aley, and George W.

Sheldon of Larchmont were the couple's only attendants. Mrs. Kirkpatrick, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs, Charles Peterson of Soperton, Is fashion editor ot Bride's Magazine, New York City, Her husband, son also of the late Mr. Kirkpatrick, is associated with the law firm of Sherman, Stearllng and Wright in New York City, On their return from a wedding trip to Maine, the couple will reside in Pleasantville.

Evelyn H. Gluck Becomes Fiancee Of Jerome Lerner BRIDE of Jack Alton Bowen of former Doris Adele Kuser, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kuscr of Rye, who was married Sunday in Christ's Church, Rye, to the son of Mr, and Mrs, Millard Fillmore Bowen of Brevoort Lane. The Bowens ari honeymooning in Canada and will live in Syracuse, where Mr Bowen Is a junior in the College of Engineering, Syracuse Unl- (Wm.

Russ) TO CONNECTICUT Miss Elsie Herrera of Mamaroneck, who was graduated Tuesday night from M.imaroneck High School, has left for the University of Connecticut where she will study before entering the White Plains Hospital School of Nursing in September, Miss Herrera makes her home with Mr, and Mrs. C. Althcn ot 426 Mount Pleasant Avenue. LUNCHEON HOSTESS Leah Janet Benach entertained Tuesday at a luncheon at her home, 65 Chatsworth Avenue, Larchmont. Guests were Barbara de Gaetani, Rosemary Nowak, Florence MinoCt and Jill Heintz, all ot Larchmont, and Barbara Kenney of Mamaroneck, TO ROCK HILL Mamaroneck Girl Scouts who will attend tho first encampment at Rock Hill Camp opening June 30 include Patricia A.

Mullin, Margaret Ann Davldge, Pauline Ann Gammon and Margaret Ann Silsbee, DAUGHTER TO HVMANS Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hyman of 506 South Barry Avtnue, Mamaroneck, are the parents of a daughter, born June 23 at Doctor's Hospital, New York City, Mrs. Hyman is the former Exava Robinson of Savannah, Ga, VACATION IN WEST Dr, Helen H. Long of 10 Ellsworth Road, Larchmont, principal of the Chatsworth Avenue School, will spend the Summer vacationing In the West, SUMMER IN LOWVILLE Miss Margaret Roflnot of Larchmont Hills Apartments, Larchmont, will spend the Summer vacation at LowvUle, Y.

HOME FROM CANADA Mr. and Mrs, Jack P. Bonardl ot 44 Howell Avenue, Larchmont, have returned from a five-day motor trip to Montreal, Canada, where they celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary. McCOVS HAVE SON A son was bom June 16 to Mr. and Mrs.

Thomas McCoy of 103 Laurel Avenue, Larchmont, at the New Rochelle Hospital, Mrs. McCoy is the former Anne Smith, VISIT IN BOSTON Mr. and Mrs. Philip D. Morrison and their son, Andy, of 58 East Brookside Drive, Larchmont, are visiting friends and relatives in Boston, B.ARBECl'E DINNER Felix Wormser ot Larchmont Is chairman ot the barbecue dinner dance which mark the official opening ot the Westchester Country Club's Manursing Island Beach annex tomorrow night.

Entertainment preceding dinner will be presented on a stage erected over the pool. CAMP CpUNSELLOR Miss Lucia Ernst ot 149 Beach Avenue, Larchmont, physical education Teacher at Chatsworth Avenue School, will be head lor this Summer at Camp Kearsarge, Elking Education Workshop Scheduled By AAUW SCARSDALE An education workshop at which the problem "How to get the school and community to work together" will be conducted by the Westchester Branch, American Association ofj University Women, Nov, Sarah Lawrence College, ville. Parents, members of the branch and educators from all parts of the County will be invited to attend the all-day session. Mrs. William D.

Moyle of Scarsdale is chairman of the event, BERMUDA CRUISE Mrs. Ernest Anthes and her daughter. Miss Betty Anthes, of 2 Popular Road, Larchmont, will leave Saturday for a ten-day cruise to. Bermuda and Nassau, Miss Anthes was recently graduated the Berkeley School in New York, Mrs. Hannan Elected To Lehigh Club Office Mrs, John Hannan, daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Harold F. Healey of Boulder Road, Larchmont, has been elected secretary of the Lehigh Dames Club at Lehigh University, Bethlehem, Pa. The group Is an International organization for wives of students at universities throughout the world, with the Lehigh chapter numbering 532 in Its membership. Mrs.

Hannan is a graduate of the College of New Rochelle. Her husband is studying for his MS, in chemical engineering at Lehigh. They will return soon to Larchmont to visit Mrs. Hannan's parents. Claudia Ann Is Bom To Frank A.

VTagners Mr, and Mrs. Frank A. Wagner of 201 Florenct Street, Mamaroneck, have announced the arrival of their second child, a daughter, Claudia Ann, bom yesterday at United Hospital. The couple's other child is William Ralph, ten years old. Mrs.

Wagner is the former Vivian Lashley, daughter ot the late Mr, and Mrs, William Ralph Lashley of New York City, Burkinshaw-Lanza Nuptials Held In Manchester, N. H. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence D.

Burkinshaw, who were married Saturday In Manchester, N. will reside in New York City at 440 Riverside Drive on their re- tum from a wedding Mrs, Burkinshaw is the former Francoise Lanza, daughter ot Col and Mrs. Conrad H. Lanza of Manchester. Her husband is the son of Mr.

and Mrs. Charles D. Burkinshaw of 321 North Barry Avenue, Mamaroneck, The ceremony took place In the Manchester Cathedral with the Rev. James McGreal officiating, and reception for 150 guests followed in the garden of the Lanza home. Col.

Lanza gave his daughter In marriage and her attendanu were Margaret Connolly ot Syracuse, maid of honor, and Scherer ot Mamaroneck, Alictf Durant of Upper Montclair, Galezowska of New York, Genevieve Bernard of France, bridesmaids, i Jerome D. Burkinshaw was man tor his brother, and usherJ w-ere another brother, Alan BurkJ Inshaw ot Mamaroneck, DonalJ Healy ot Staten Island, Daniel Si Morris of Syrnciise find John Passoi ot Summit, The bride, who was graduated trom Barnard College In 1946, hsfl since been employed as research assistant with the National Industrial Conference Board in New York. Her husband served as a tenant In Army during tht war and was on occupation duty in Germany with the War Commission. He is now attending Fordham University. Mr.

and Mrs. William GliKk 237 Larchmont Avenue, Larchmont, have announced ths engagement of their daughter. Miss Gluck, to Jerome Lerner of Chicago, 111., son of Mr, and Mrs. George Lerner of Lorain. Ohio, Miss Cluck has completed her sophomore year at Ohio Statf University, She was valedietorlaf ot the Class of 1945 at Mamaro.

neck High School, Mr, Lerner, a student at Loyola University In Chicago, will enter the University's Law School in September. He is a veteran of four years service with ths Infantry, holding the rank of aeconi lieutenant. No date has been set for wedding. Alpha Iota Epsilon Celebrates 48th Year Alpha Iota Epsilon Fraternity celebrated its 48th year In maroneck last night at a banquet at Lawrence Inn, where new officers were Installed, OfTicers Dick Lawrence, president; Oeorgt Bower, vice president; Edward Larder, secretary; Harold Gnien. treasurer, and Bob Ireland, tey- geant-at-arms.

Charles Higbee, honorary nMnf ber, was a Brothers present included Llndy Lancia, BUI McGcough, Don Hill, Bob Knight. Jack Coneybear, Steve Gibbons, Chandler Pratt, Bill Corrljaa, Purie Coutard, and Jerry Oedney. NONES- RETURN Mr. and Mrs. L.

W. Nones of 7 Guion Lane, Larchmont, have returned home from a visit to French Lick, Ind. Miss Norma Nones has returned after spending a few days in Louisville, Ky. 73 Tables Of Bridge At Orienta Beach Club 1 There were 73 tables in play yesterday at the Orienta Beach I Club tor the June luncheon bridge preceding a fashion show by fi, Altman and Company. Beach styles and a bridal showing were featured.

Including three year old Kathic GiUeran as flower girl. Music was fumlshed by Felix Rastino ot Bergen, N. accordionist. Mrs. May MacDougal announced the style show.

Bridge prizes were white plastic makeup bags. TENNIS MATCHES A tennis exhibition will be held Sunday, July 6 at 2 P. M. Coveleigh Club, Milton Point, featuring singles and Singles will Include Fred Peiry versus Frank Kovacs and Vincent Richards versus Jack JossI, In the doubles. Perry and JossI will play against Kovacs and Tickets are on salt at club office.

CAPPUS HAS IT EXCLUSIVELY SON TO HIG0IN8' Mr. and Mrs. John HIgglns of 325 Florence Street, Mamaroneck, are the parents of a son, Christopher Norton, born June 17 at the New Rochelle Hospital. The couple also have two daughters, Patricia Kathleen, five and one-half years old. and Jane Frances, two and one-half.

Mrs. HIgglns Is the former Eleanor Norton, daughter of Mrs. Alfred H. Martin of Altadena, Calif. SON TO ANDERSONS Mr.

and Mrs. Alexander Anderson of 910 Stuart Avenue, Mamaroneck, have announced the arrival of a son. Terry McKenzie. bom June 18 at the New Rochelle Hospital. Mrs.

Anderson is the former Gall McKenzie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKenzie of Dixon, Calif. ONE TEAR OLD Jo-Ann Petruccl. daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Achille Petruuci of Mamaroneck, celebrated her first birthday anniversary yesterday at 1 party for 25 guests at her home, I 531 Fayette Street. i MHS GRADUATE and former General Association president comes back for a gala reunion at the graduation dance of the Class of 1947 Tuesday night at Glen Island following commencement exercises. Pictured above are, left to right, Owen Norton, erstwhile G.A. president; Joann Devlin.

Paul Molony and Jeanne Place, member of the committee In charge of the dance sponsored by Phi Zeta Sorority. More than 200 ates and their guests were present. Many entertained classmates at breakfast parties at their homes after the dance. Photo HOSPITAL PATIENT Mrs. Paul Gerard of Larchmont is a patient at New Rochelle Hospital She will return soon to her home at 34 Echo Lane.

TO ATLANTIC CITY Miss Louise Ramsey of 36 Wendt Avenue. Larchmont leave next week to spend a month in Atlantic City. N. J. WILL TOUR WEST Miss Lola E.

Seism of the Sionecrcst Apartments, Larchmont will spend the Summer months touring the West. To STUDY AT CORNELL Mrs. Anne Hood Johnson, kindergarten teacher at the Chatsworth Avenue School will attend the summer session at Cornell University. Ithaca, N. Y.

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