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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, September 14, 1929, Image 7

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Wed This Morning cloth*, bridge *cu and scarfs The guests gpent the afternoon ploying Coknplete plan* for the opening of th* Sunday School of the Trin ­ ity Lutheran Church wpe made 1 Friday evening at a meeting of the I teaches In the church vestry. The Bundv School will begin IU work I on Hundirvy. roistering the student* The churches of Whit* Plain* have resumed thelr ’ acllvltle*. after the summer rece. Few have a ful- Patrlcla I* the two - year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. El wood O. Monroe, of 1ST Davis avenue. She I* being brought up strictly ac ­ cording to'the new psychology as her mother, who studied at the Kroebel League. Is stlE actively In ­ terested In the education of very small children. evening at his home, 23 Grandview Activities beyond thee are a'so About Town Mr*. John D. O. Oennerlch. Jr, Is spending the week-end In White Plnlty as the guest of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. George Phillips Payson. of Chatterton Parkway. Mrs. Oennerlch. who has been liv ­ ing In Newtonvllle, Mass, now make* her horns In Albany. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kellog of Roxbury road, Scarsdale, are spending the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Clyde 8mlth of Lynwood road. Scared alt, at their country place on the Connecticut River that they have recently bought. Mlaa Dorothy WMhart. of H» Fisher avenue, returned yesterday on the Volendam after having ■pant ten weeks In Europe. Min Wlsbart travelled with a Wellesley College group. Mia* Lois T*ggmrt daughter of of Mr. and Mr*. Arthur Taggart of REPEATED By REQUEST The entire Russian Program .which won a warm approval at onr formal opening will be repealed with many added attraction* tonight September 14th, be ­ ginning at 7 P. M. The personnel at Roaedale Corner House are all members of the Russian Aristocracy, their appearance here due to the unfortunate condltlona In Russia. Katonah Club . Having Final Summer Dance Regular Dinner $2.00 ROSEDALE CORNER HOUSE THEDAXIsT PRESS, WHITE PLAINS, N. Y., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1929 News am Soeaal Cardies of White Plaims and Vacamaty MISS WARD HASSHOWER FORMIDE Entertains For Miss Beals, Will Be Married To ­ night in New Rochelle ,Ma Iran* Ward of 27 Rldgevlew ^Hinua entertained Thursday with a linen shower In honor of Miss Dcrl* Adels Seals, daughter of Mr. anti Mrs. Harold Real*, of Roae wit* . Now Rochelle, whose marriage to Warson Reraenanyder, eon of •Jormter Councilntan and Mrs. Edwin Daughtei JUmsnsnyder takes place tonight In Whlte of n ° gden >YI New Bochelle. The bride-to-be wmj with u large yellow and orange containing gifts Elizabeth GIRLSCOUTSTO MAKE VISIT TO INDIAN VILLAGE Local Troops ,to Make Trip Then to Thompson Se- ton Estate in Green ­ wich, Conn. J The Girl Scouts of White Plains will make their annual trip to the Indian Village on the estate of Ernest Thompson Seton In Green ­ wich. Conn, on Saturday, Septem ­ ber 21. They will leave In buses from the high school at 9: SO a. m. Mrs. Harold an d wm bring their lunchea along. si JUNIOR ORDER DEGREES FOR 4 CANDIDATES served lit the bridge tabres. Miss Deals vcd one of the prises, an ash tray con miner with bath salts; tbs other prise, a rhinestone necklace, was iron t*y Mias Florence Lambert. ------------ •SICES. 522 £h2£ St*>' d ' p »'? Aiimd. o- Krooa, Dorothy Landry. Virginia I mo nv; Last Initiation Un- Landry, Evelyn Hancock. Eleanor 1 Johnson. Adeline McConnell. Al ­ berta Haddert. Miss Dorothy O'Con ­ nell. Mrs. Hubert Lawrence and Mrs. Ki nsman Krepps. all of New I der Present Officers — To Hold Election MORE BREAKS REPORTED TO LOCAL POLICE (Continued fgom Page one) they wire about 100 Smith avenue shortly after p. m, proved to h»e some founda ­ tion. sine* It was discovered that a bag of oranges and a bottle of milk had been stolon from the leer ‘ Others, how- ' Four candidates to the White ‘ | Plains Council. No. 20. Junior Order United American Mechanics, re ­ ceived the first and second degree* of the order at an Initiation held last night In Mechanics Hall here. They were Thomas H. Cole; James Croiler. Vance Dobson and Edward 8. Toung. This was the last Initiation held under the dfree- i tlon of the present board of offi ­ cers. The presence of A. Clear, deputy of the state council, and George Vanderbilt, dean of depu ­ ties, helped make the nffalr a slg- however. from | niflcant one In the society annsls. Fotlowlng the Initiation, dal time was enjoyed. New officers of the local order will be elected following the annu ­ al convention to be held Septem- • 22. 23. and 24 at the Hotel ~ Reception Thursday for Rev. C.S. Osgood the shade of the trees and som* to cook |n the fireplaces provided over Mr. Ernest Thompson Seton Is the founder and chief of the Wood ­ craft League of America, an organ ­ ization which is concerned with the etudy of such things at naturs, woodcraft and Indian lore. He has many beautiful and Interesting things to be seen at hi* home In Greenwich which have to do with these subjects. Once every year It has become the custom for the Girl Scouts to visit Mr. Seton, whei* he very kindly allows them to make use of the 'grounds and visit his Indian village. Afterward he puts on a program of campfire games and Indian dances which . never falls to Interest and amuse. Tickets for the trip will be sold at headquarters. 137 Main street, on Monday. Tuesday and Wednes ­ day. Parentj.'of scouts have been Invited to attend. MANY PLANS PERFECTED AT GREENRIDGE Group Meeting*, Both Social and Religious. Mark the First Weeks of Fall Activities ------------------- porth. _____ . _______________ ever, failed to disease any euspl- , mod ore. New Tork City, clous characters whten the report* were investigated by the police. Several people salQ that a I with a flash light was tampering | with an to*' In the atrieet while SfhSa gi HU.- * \\ j at Chatterton''Hill lh *- ” Moderator Here September 24 C B. McAfee, Chicago, moderator f ______ ___ ____ r ___ ____ __ oftha Presbyterian Cbkirch. visits . honor of the pastor, the Rev. C. the New York DUtrlet WU* month. | Sumner Osgood, and his wife, who I and the Westchester Presbytery sewL 11 have an opportunity; of meeting I him at a special meeting held at I the Presbyterian Church in Pleas- I antvllle. on September i4. He will I be accompanied by the Kiev. Hiram I J. Foulkes of Newark. Bf- J, pas- 1 tor of the Old First Church of ark. and bead of the^New«Era rment in the Prnebyterlan I Church a few years ago. Confer- ■ will be conducted for pastors alders. l*OSTPONED •pent the summer In Callfoi nla a:.d returned recently. An ­ other guest of honor will be Mrs. H. A. Osgood, of Ban Jose. An In ­ vitation has been extended by the congregation to all members of the community to be present at the re ­ ception. Mr. Hansen Preaches Congregation of the Westchester Congregational Church. In addition to the regular reli ­ gious exercises tomorrow al curch. the nomlnatln commit! the Christian Endeavor Society will meet, and the missionary commit ­ tee will meet, the Writ at 5 In the afternoon and the second at 7:10 In the evening. C. E. reiAmf- meetings next Sunday evAlni On Tuesday, the Women - * League for Service will hold IU Writ meet ­ ing of the season, when plans will be completed for the November bazaar and the league's policy for the fall and winter outlined and On Religious Teaching 1 Mr Walter D. Archibald. super- - ? * K ; intendent of the Sunday Seool. will How to Teach Religion\ will be 1 , «>• *•* *° lh * * “ » U * ch ' r * Tbs wedding of Mr. Charles Renlno, son of Mrs. Fortunate Rsnlo, of ^athony Mr. and ____ _ Chat- terton avenu*. to Miss Mary Mar ­ garet Jorno, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Jorno. of 249 Central avenue. Rye. takas -place tomorrow afternoon. The ceremony, which will be at ­ tended by several hundred people, . will take place at .3:10 lo the Church of th* Rsasuroctlon. Rye. with the Rsv. John Fearns official dug. There will be a large bridal parly. Miss Mabel Jorno will be her sis ­ ter's maid of honor and Alfred Renlno hU brother's best man. Tbs six bridesmaids will Include three sUters of- the bride, the Mlsee* Louise, Edith and Clara Renlno, and also the Mieses Carrie Caft- anxa. Mary Splnelll and Margaret Renlno. a sister of the bridegroom. The ushers In the church will In ­ clude John Jorno e brother of th* , bride, and Louis Bombace. t The church ceremony wlU be fol- i lowed by a reception at the boms of the bride. The honeymoon will j be spent at Virginia Beach, after ] which Mr. Renlno will bring his bride to llvo In Whits Plains at 213 I Battle avenue. He 1* a graduate MRS. CARL C. WUBBENHORST ’ i JL i 'X'SKV it 1 ” Formerly Mis* Edith Siasion, of New Rochelle, wihose 1 siting radio engineer, with hi* marriage took place this morning at the home of Thelmas nes s oca n . e M. Brace, 24 Mamaroneck road. Mr. Wubbenhorst is the [ T) II I U lY I \T son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wubbenhorst of 108 L® 01 ®- 1 U/l I view avenue. •A.C.RENIN0 TO TAKE BRIDE IN RYEjGHURCH Wedding Tomorrow Will Be Attended by Three Hun ­ dred; Will Live in White Plaini Barbara Patricia I PUs Men ’ s Bible n««t Poitpboaet Outkg Ork\Week Betas* of I held In the Scarsdale Theater at under «>. There will be a church “ . station Park I social on October 2. In anticipation Heavy Rain ‘ _ . _ ... of Rally Day on October 8. On ----------- i . The J 9* .l h 8cho ° I , w „ hl = h J October 13. Florence Rcdfleld will . The annual corn roast and Iplcnlc opened for the seasoq last Sunday comf whu, p|,in* to glv* a I of the Philo Men's Bible Cftsa of I raeeU al 6:45. There are Classes for pre , entatlon of thl! i, fB ot Christ, th* Memorial M. E. Church has all ages. The Adult Discussion Class J Day wll | bo particularly In- been postponed one week, the} com-j led by Dr. George B. Huntington ,piring this year; one of Its fea- ----- - ---------------------------- - 1 ' — — A' —— *' ” ’ - ;res will be a Young People's sorv- e in the morning at which Con- MJNISTERS MEET . Ministers Association I bold a regular meeting. Moods... — n at two o'clock at the Y.lM. |C A when new officers will \ be The Rev. Thomas F. Enfokrce Moral Code at Beaches MR.MURPHY \ HONOR GUEST OCT. 6 FOR LUTHERANS AT TUUVDD Ulan* Complete For Opening Al U 1 rl n IJ IV of Sunday School To- m V>'\ ■ i I It Kjg H j 1 White Plaint Man Who Will Wed on October 29, Given *| Party by Friends at the N. Y. A. C Tbs wadding of Charles Murphy | of IS ’ Ralph avenue, this dty, to * Margaret Read, tbs daughter Mr. an<U Mrs. Alonso Used of ■ Tarrytown. will lake place October j dinner for Mr. Murphy was . a at the New York city home of | the New York AthleUc Club on Thursday evening, Paul De Zell be ­ ing the host. Mr. Murphy was pre ­ sented with a wrist watch. Those attending were Messrs. Thomas McGowan. 3rd. Ralph Waite. George Mullen, Kenneth Winslow. John Tucker. Frank Doyle, Watson Brannsr, Oeorg* Boyle. Isidore ShsxUcb. George Flowers. Robert Samson. Harry Qlaas, Elmer Gargan. Frank Bri- ante, Peter Carney. Oeorge McClel ­ land. Edward Doolan and Edward Plunkett of White Plains; Georgs Smith of New Roc'.ielle. Joseph Welling of New Tork CUy and Bert Havttand of Vienna. morrow at Tinity Lutheran MISSSISSI# WEDSATHOME OF MRS. BRUCE '-1 Become* Bride of Carl G Wubbenhorat ■< Ceremony Thi* y Morning I A pretty place U»l* n when Miss Edith t of Mr and Mrs. ELI I Van Guilder Terrata. New ! rhslle, became th# bride of Carl C Wubbenhorst. son of Mr. and Mrs. i Charles Wubbenhorst. of 108 Long- Daughter of Mr and Mrs Harold G. White of 31 'Ogden avenue I Th* wedding ceremony was put- _ __ ___ _ ________________________ formed al 11 o'clock al the boo* of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M Braes. BAZAAR LURES — 1 ~ COMMUNITY TO ST. BERNARD ’ S Second Night Prove* Great Spccgf* —Continue* Today and { Monday The We of ,th* carnival'- A blaxa of light that can be seen from afar, a large electric sign emblaxlng. ••welcome.\ and two American flags on the gatepost*. This la th* en ­ trance to the St. Bernard * Church bazaar. One walks up the gravel drive and a mixture of fascinating sounds greet* his ears. At each booth are gay young men calling their wares. Combined with the chatter and merry laughter of the throng It la ltke s small Coney Is ­ land. Each evening many small .phizes are given from each booth. Any ­ one that attends the bazaar can feel sure he or she wlU return home with at least one winning. People are constantly thronging around and the entire list of prize winners would be exceedingly Urge, few of them are: Fruit booth, r*. John J. Smith. Mrs. L. L. Lat ­ er, Mr*. John Walsh, Miss Ed- i Crowley. Mr. Frank Vasey. Mr. J. T. H. Kenney, Mr Albert Kei- wln. end Mr. John Moese. At the candy both, Father Corrigan. Mes ­ srs. Josenh Plelly. Bema-1 Hickey. John Mill hall. Joeeph McCarthy. Russell Herton; Raymond New ­ man, Jack Brown. Fred Valours and Patrick Levine. At the nov ­ elty booth. Mrs. William Bcrghold. blanket: Mrs. John Walsh, blank- 1; Miss Ruth Bergbold. apron and Mr. John Mulhsll. a wallet. At the art* booth th* winners were: Mr* John J. Irish Mrs. P. W. Walsh. Mrs. E J Ferns. Mrs Martin O ’ ­ Sullivan. Mrs. J. J. McCormick, Mrs. W. J. Dune ton. Mrs. William Lattemerzif S« a redale. Misses Ann nd Dorothy Dunslon, ___ _____ J. Dutfy, Frank O'Con ­ nor and George Noren. - . Th* don booth: Mrs. J. J. Mc ­ Cormack. Mrs. Joseph McCarthy. Miss Mae Meehan. Father Corri ­ gan. Ja W. Duffy and M. J. Walt era Cigarette and cigar booth. Mean*. M. J. Duffy. John B Coyla J. C. Kil ­ gore. Daniel Meehan and Michael Tlernan. - One of the outstanding fsature as the refreshment booth. This a* decorated to represent .America i red, white and blue. The at ­ tendants wer# gowned In white frocks draped with the^Colors. The WHITE PLAINS DAILY PRESS- 103 LKZ s DICTIONARY LETS ENTERTAINMENT Russian Songs and Danes* TaMgfc at Roaedale Comer H nm ; Varied Program Tonight The Roaedale Conor House Will repeat the R u s sian pro ­ gram of entertainment with which they opened the tea bouse at Roso- dale and Mamaroneck avenue on# The musical program tonight will be extended with many added attractions furnished by tbe- staff of the tea botise. The personnel of the Roaedale Corner House Includ ­ es many mem bee* of th* fprmsr Russian aristocracy who** pres ­ ence her# Is du* to lb* unfortunate condltlona at horn*. Among the artists appearing In tbe entertain ­ ment will be linguists, vocal and Instrumental solos is ts and Uh ls h o d - Interpreter* of ballet dancing. Cap ­ tain Mlscha former Russian officer has entertained many and officers mass in the camps abroad and la now recognized as a for..most ■word and dagger dancer. Most of the performer* were wont to apply thslr talents as a means of diver ­ sion In former days — they present s finished program of concreta calibre, as a professional livelihood. ANNOUNCING THE Opening of Fall Term PRIVATE KINDERGARTEN For the Children of WHITE PLAINS and Vicinity ba Personal Dlri i Munroe. Grmdui The Ethical Culture School of Mew York Seven Tears of Experience In Child Study and Training PROJECT ME T H OD OF INSTRUCTION USED

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