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  • f f l t m THE fcASf HAMPT4N STAB, EAST HAMPTON. N. Y„ AUGUST 26, IEB3

    Pageant Winner P utnam 's this fa ll. T h e n ovelist lives PRESERVATION

    The Ladies’ V illage Im provem ent S ociety w ill hold its annua) m eeting on M onday afternoon , Sept. 13, at St. L uke’s Parish House.

    V illage C lerk N. D ixon Barns has returned to his hom e on Barns Lane after a long stay in St. Charles H os­ pital at Port Jefferson , fo llow in g a fracture caused by a fall.

    Mrs. R obert c n e n e y has arrived in Santa Barbara, Cal., w here she plans to m ake her hom e. She leTt East H am pton on Julv 1 tor a le isure­ ly trip through Canada and into Alaska, then dow n the California coast.

    The stationery and b ook shop o f the late G eorge D ay on N ew tow n Lane w as bought, last Friday, by Arm and (Edw ard D 'A m ura) w ho w ill m ove his beauty shop there. The shop w as sold b y Mr. D ay's estate. A sale o f his rem aining stock was held there last w eek.

    Ensign Jay B. Russell, USN, son o f Col. and Mrs. G eorge B. Russell, Pantigo R oad, is undergoing flight training at W hiting Field, M ilton, Fla.

    Mrs. W illiam H. C arothers and children Kanda, C arolyn , W illiam , and R aym ond, o f Jackson. Miss., are visiting M rs. C arothers ’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. R aym on d W hitaker. M i. Carothers, go lf professional at the Jackson C ountry C lub, w ill jo in his fam ily this week.

    Elaine Zeld in , daughter o f Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Z e ld in o f M eadow W ay, returned Sunday from a s ix - w eek trip to Israel and Europe. W hile in Israel, M iss Z e ld in studied H ebrew and had an opportun ity to assist in som e archeolog ica l a ctiv i­ ties. A fter h er stay in Israel, she visited France, Ita ly and L ondon .

    Miss B arbara R enkens le ft re ­ cently for a fou r -w eek trip to Europe be fore return ing to N orth ­ w estern U niversity, w h ere she w ill be a senior. D uring h er trip, she w ill m eet M iss J u dy Eastm an in Rom e. A fter their stay there, the tw o w ill travel together.

    R egistration fo r nursery school w ill b e held at the N eigh borh ood H ouse M onday, A ug. 30. from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

    Mrs. R obert M acG arva Sr. re ce iv ­ ed w ord last w eek o f the death o f her broth er-in -law , A lb ert C lapsad- dle, o f Bradenton. Fla. M r. and Mrs. C lapsaddle had lived in F lorida for fiv e years. M rs. C lapsaddle survives.

    The annual sum m er sale o f aprons, rugs, candy and aprons w ill b e held on the law n o f the M ethodist Church tom orrow begin n in g at 10 a.m. There w ill be pony rides fo r children.

    W ith them w ere theii son John, a soph om ore at M arietta C o llege in M arietta, O hio, w h o has been at sum m er language school ai Y a le : and their y ou n g er daughter. Laura. Sandra Lee G reene, the elder d au gh ­ ter, has a position in C olum bus, O hio, this sum m er.

    Mr. and M rs. Charles Juckett re ­ turned to their hom e on D avid Lane last w eek a fter traveling this sum ­ m er in S outh A m erica and northern Canada.

    Seam an A le x E. M cC losky , USN. w h o has served aboard the USS Serrano w ith the Seventh Fleet in the P acific since last N ovem ber, was recen tly hom e on leave, visiting his parents, M r. and Mrs. A le x E. M cC losky Jr. o f T h ree M ile H arbor. B efore com in g to East H am pton, he spent a w eek in A cap u lco . M exico.

    He has now returned to his hom e port in Pearl H arbor, w here he w ill attend a N avy school until N ov em ­ ber, w hen he w ill jo in the Serrano again.

    Jam es D. L ester and his son D avid o f M adison, Conn., and his daughter and son -in -law . M r. and Mrs. R ichard G uenther Jr., and their in fant son o f Storrs, Conn., w ere recent guests o f Mr. and M rs. K e n ­ neth E. L ynch . Mrs. G uenther is the form er B arbara Jean Lester.

    M iss T hem ie L en n ie and M rs. M. M acK en zie o f H elensburg, Scotland , spent the w eeken d w ith M r. and Mrs. Joseph H enderson o f M cG uirk Street. The fou r had not seen one an oth er fo r 40 years. A ll attended the' H erm itage S chool in H elensburg.

    M iss L ennie, w h o taught at the H erm itage S ch ool fo r 39 years, re ­ cen tly retired. S he and M rs. M ac- K enzie are visiting the U nited States. T hey w ill return to Scotland on the Q ueen Elizabeth Oct. 21.

    Mr. and M rs. E dw ard V . B rooks w ere surprised w ith a 50th w edding anniversary party A u g . 15 at the hom e o f their son and dau gh ter-in - law . M i. and Mrs. A m asa W. B rooks o f C ooper Lane. Friends and rela­ tives attended the party.

    D r. and M rs. Francis C oop er w ill leav e East H am pton next F riday to take their daughter, Frances, to East Carolina C ollege in G reenville , N. C. T h ey w ill return the fo llow in g Thursday.

    Mr. and M rs. I. B. T iedem an have as their house guests this w eek Mrs. W. A v ery T row o f R id gew ood , N. J., M rs. C larence Sm ith o l R iv er- edge, N. J.. M rs. W illiam H ardifer o f Passaic, N. J. and M rs. G eorge H ew it o f F airlaw n, N. J.

    A daughter w as born A u g . 18 to M r. and Mrs. Charles R. O sborn.

    Dr. and M rs. F ay G reene Jr. o f M r. and Mrs. C. E. L eslie ce le - Parkensburg, W Va., form erly o f brated their 50th w ed d in g anniver- East H am pton, h ave been here fo r sary T uesday at a patio party given several days v isiting M r and Mrs. at the hom e o f their son and daug- G. W illis S im ons o f M iller Lane, ter-in -law , Mr. and M rs. Paul Grant

    PA R M E L E E BA TE S, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jam es L. Bates Jr. o f N ew Y ork and P antigo Road. Easl H am pton. represented Law rence, Kan., and the U niversity o f Kansas in the Miss Kansas State Pageant in July , w inn ing the p lace o f second runner • up. A m on g the prizes she received w as a S350 scholarship grant for un iversity study. M iss Bates w ill be a sophom ore at the U n iver­ sity o f Kansas this fall.

    L eslie o f Three M ile H arbor. Guests in clu ded M rs. L es lie ’s sis­

    ter, Mrs. B ee M. V ick ers o f San D iego, Cal.; their daughter. Miss Lois L eslie o f B ethpage; and theii other d aughter ’s fam ily , M r. and M rs. J o ­ seph B. W illiam s, w ith their oldest grandson, L loy d L eslie W illiam s, all o f M anhasset.

    M iss C arol A n derson o f Caracas, V enezuela , w as the w eek en d guest o f her form er room m ate, M iss F ran ­ ces C ooper, daughter o f D r. and Mrs. Francis C ooper.

    SUMMER COLONY T h e n ext g o lf tournam ent at the

    M aidstone C lu b w ill b e the W ood - house C up event, to be p layed ov er the w eek en ds o f A u g . 28 and 29 and Sept. 4 to 6 .

    Mr. and M rs. W illiam M axw ell are o ccu p y in g M iss M aeve B rennan ’s house here. M i. M axw ell is a fiction ed itor o f the N ew Y ork er.

    Mr. and M rs. W illiam D on n e lly o f W ash ington , D . C., are v isiting Mrs. D on n e lly ’s m other, M rs. G erald M urphy, at he i hom e on the dunes. Stuyvesant Fish, M rs. M u rp h y ’s nephew , is also a guest there.

    M r. and Mrs. C liffo rd H ollan der ga v e a cock ta il party and b u ffe t su pper on Saturday ev en in g at their hom e on B aiting H ollow R oad . Mrs. H ollan der is A rlen e W ingate, w h ose scu lp ture w as recen tly exh ib ited at G u ild Hall.

    Mr. and M rs. Charles S. D ew ey Jr. ga v e a bu ffet supper on F riday n igh t at their hom e on W est End Road.

    M r. and Mrs. O scar C ollier are enterta in ing at their hom e on Jerich o L an e on S aturday w ith a cocktail party in honor o f S teven Linakis, author o f “ In the S prin g the W ar Ended,” w h ich w ill be published by

    in B ethpage.

    Mr. and M rs. G e o ffre y T. H eilm an o f N ew Y o r k are spend ing a m onth here in M rs. Joh n B. N orth rop ’s house on D iv in ity Hill.

    A m on g guests vacation in g at the Sea S pray Inn are Bel K aufm an , author o f the b est-sellin g novel “ Up the D ow n Staircase,” and D r. Joseph N eyer, chairm an o f the ph ilosoph y departm ent at R utgers C ollege.

    Mr. and Mrs. L ou is N izer w ere at the Sea S pray Inn last w eek , and returned to N ew Y ork o r M onday. Mr. Nizer, a noted law yer, is author o f “ M y L ife in C ou rt" and “ T h in k ­ ing O n Y ou r F eet.”

    M r. and M rs. Franz P ick h a v e re ­ turned to N ew Y ork a fter spend ing three w eek s at the Sea S pray Inn. Mr. P ick is an au th ority on finance.

    This Saturday there w ill b e an ­ other gam e n ight at the M aidstone C lub. A rrangem ents are bein g m ade for both d in n er and gam es, w h ich w ill in clu de backgam m on , C h icag o- sty le ru bber b rid ge and gin rum m y, all under the d irection o f E dw ard M. C heronnet. E arly d iners w ill b e ­ g in the gam es at 9:15 p.m ., late d iners at 9:45 p.m .

    C aptain and M rs. N igel Y ou n g o f W oods L an e le ft recen tly to spend som e tim e in England. T h ey plan to return this fall.

    Joh n W ingate, n ew s com m entator, and C lau de Rains, the actor, w h o is appearing at the John D rew T h e ­ ater, are guests at the M aidstone A rm s this w eek .

    Mr. and M rs. W illiam B onaventura o f S ea ford , and h er sister and b roth er-in -la w . M r. and Mrs. K ev in A . M cD erm ott o f W hite Plains, N. Y., ga v e a surprise party recen tly fo r their parents, M r. and M rs. T h