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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, August 15, 1929, Image 6

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THE DAILY TRESS. WHITE PLAINS. N. T., THURSDAY, AUGUST JS. I9» News in Social Circles of Whit* Plains and Vicinity Dobbs Ferry Ball Players Will Celebrate Victory In Decision Against Injunction by Bleakley S(MTSATCAMP~ J t;^lT£ „ ounty Legionnaires Lied r Stale Conoention Delegates; L: Boost McKay for National Post BWJrge Ejection of Bronanaie |\n OAPVMXN Men as National Commander. l/l\a ljUvikluiill Delegation It Not Instructed. ITTIT T T)DD]l fill A Garden of Pastelle Visitor* to Canadian Shrine See Many Souvenirs Cen ­ turies Have Brought to Famous Religious Site Fenimore Cooper Council ! Rehearsing For Minstrel To Be Presented Sat ­ urday Evening Famous Methodist Minister To Occupy Pulpit at the Union Service at Pres ­ byterian Church wll playing under of tha gift.\ America today. Dt VerBnn; and Hen- m. Chappequa. a delegatee at large 1 Young, Yonkers; pby, Pleaaantvflle; in*. Mount Vernon; Mount Klsco: L. own: Frank Thuer. ten Nordllngcr. Haw- nd S. DeMott. Bronx- Pubols. Mount Vcr- tfckle«. Mount Ver- McCormtck. Iju-cb- Mrs. A. R. Schlpp, Mr., and Mra Herman Huber. Mr. and Mrs. Dted- rtcb Holler. Mra. Henrietta Bogart. Mrs. Dorothea Doe pel. Mrs. Laura Purdy. Mias Elisabeth HavUend. Mra. Grace Simona. Mrs. Lillie Tompkins. Mra. Katharine Mog- ford. Mr*. Anna Wilson. Mias Anna R. Brewer. Peekaklll; WU- ellry. Bomera: William Kll- Axdslcy; and Ralph Wlltae. Image which had been brought from Franca and alllt may be Been lo tb* treasury of the naw Basilica. At Beaupre became more proe- and work on a larger ebureb arms begun'In 1ST*. It was used for wor- ahlp until 117g Wolfe troop* under the Brltlah, Flaming colors are prohibited from this charming garden spot, at 25 Ridgecrest avenue, Scaiwdale, where Mrs. £Mtold J. Baatine spends so many busy and happy hours and which she designed herself, _ even to the small pool that can be seen in the-immediate foreground. Mrs. Viola Brantley, of North treat. was bosttaa yesterday a/ter- oon to tha Myaaotla Bridge club t har home. Mra Arthur Me owan won first prtia and Mrs. [arold Boldtmann second. Mrs. rilllam Wabeter was awarded tha uaat prise and Mra Randall Hen erson the conaolaUon prise. Others resent wera Mra. Wilbur Lunham. After long and heale3''argument. granted permission to the drum and bugle corps to solicit funds for IU support outside the Legion mem ­ bership. Many of the members were violently opposed to setting aside the order ’ s tradition that \the In view of the fart that the corps must have money or fail, the motion vas carried by' two to one But Georgs Murphy. Pleaaantvllle. the chairman of the corps committee, pointed out that the solicitation out- aide the membership would be lim ­ ited to wealthy people interested In the work of the Legion and that thera would be no public campaign. Tb* amount to be raised was re ­ stricted to UJOO. The convention alto unanimously voted to Instruct the delegation to the State convention to vote In the per capita dues of the members. County Commander Arburkle, who presided over the meeting last I night, was named chairman of the State convention delegaUon. GARDEN GOSSIP playing la not a pai recreational purpose, find that I cannot r« plsylngtradar tha Ool gift. dee galore, were hea the desk In the'llvlng Harold Baatine. of 2 avenue. Scandals. I unexpectedly, to ph lovely garden, well h About Town Hr. and Mrs. Alsryn Knight and tketr son. of the Green ridge Court Apartments are leaving today for Maine where they will be the guests of Mr. Knight's parents. Dr, and Mrs. Frank H. Knight, who re ­ side In this city. Mia* Jessie Arrington, of *7 Proa- East White Plain* Association Send* Request to.Postmur ter General For Delivery From the Local Office “ I ’ M PROTECTED! CAS INCINERATOR

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