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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, September 28, 1929, Image 7

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PLAINS, N. rC sATUMAY. SDTKKBOl a, 1929 mm Bridge At Hartsdale Inn Well Attended Miss Linn Weds This Evening at St. Matthew ’ Skidmore, '32 Skidmore, ‘ 30 Ladies Honor Mrs. G. G?* Platt Who Recently Cele ­ brated 55th Wedding Anniversary County Recreation Commis- . aion Sends Out Appeal in Preparation For Holiday Season Tin April Group of tbs Ladles Aid Society of tbs Msfliorlol Methodist Episcopal Church held a meeting yesterday afternoon at the home of Miss Maud Platt. 29 Sterling ave ­ nue. Mrs. Aaron Hoppar, the group leader, was in charge and plans for the fair were discussed. This group will be In charge of ths Dutch Booth In which kitchen utensils and aprons will be sold. Mrs. Q. G. Platt, a member of the group, and mother of ths hosts*# Prospective Bride Is Feted by Mrs. Miller and Num ­ ber of Friends at a — - Surprise Party Three White Plains Girls Begin Their College Ca recta at Local Institution quet of roses and chrysanthemum#. In honor of Dr. Platt's and hsr flfty-nfth wedding anniversary which was celebrated last Monday. Those attending were : Mrs. Aaron Hopper. Mrs. U. U. Platt. Miss Maud Platt, Mrs. Mary A. Still. Mrs. E. E. Holden. Mrs. E. F. Ward. Mrs. The College of Good Couqpel. on H. K. Morrell. Mrs. Richard Major. North Broadway, opened Its gates s r „ Mrs. Frank Bay lea. Mrs. Albert this week to more ti>an 130 stu- Lefurgy, Mrs. R. R Ring, Mrs. dents. 90 of whom are freshmen. J Charles E- Prescott, Mrs. J. W. Ely. This college, conducted by the Bis- 1 Mrs. Truman Bhaw, Mrs. Clara ters of the Divine Compassion, was Johns, Mrs. Henry Qulnby and ths founded by Rev. Mother M. Aloy- Misses Catherine Campbell and ■to. Ph. D, about eeven years ago. Grace Hodgson. Miss Marguerite Brocking was tendered a surprise party last night by Mrs. Alvin H. Miller, of 124 Cen ­ tral avenue. Miss Brooking, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Brooking of Bolton avenue. U- tq be married on October 16 to Mr. Stephen Dombrowsky. Jr, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Dombrow ­ sky, of Newton. Ia. Mrs. Miller la the director of ths choir of Bt. Mat ­ thew's Lutheran Church, of which Miss Bracking and a number of last night's guests art members. Miss Bracking woe presented with a dozen crystal water goblets, as a gift from the choir. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. August Bracking. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kappus, Mr. and Mrs Ernest Hosck. Mr. and Sirs. Wil ­ liam Patsold, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin H. Miller, Mrs. Alfred Valentine. Also the Misses Dorothy Bracking. Nonna Weber, Gladys Lohr, Irene SUtors, Elsa Gloeckncr, Lillian Gloekner, Anna L. Albert and Messrs. Chart soe Albert, John Klstte and Stephen Dombrowsky- beyond repair are solicited. Mount Vernon, Yonkers, Port Chester and Oadnlng people are requested to tend them to local recreation direc ­ tors. Otherwise, all contributions of toys will be received at the of ­ fice of the Westchester County Recreation C omm is si on. 192 Mar ­ tins avenue, White Plains. splendour of well-kept lawn ths quaint architecture of th pel moke this college one i loveliest retreats of learning Three students from White MISS ELBE R- HENNING Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Henning, 62 Ogden avenue, who ia a sophomore at Skidmore College, when she is vice-president of'the Spanish Club and secretary treasurer of the Secretarial Club. '~ MISS VIRGINIA PLATT The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles B. Platt, of 68 Ihorch street, who left thia week for'Skidmore College ’ here she ia entering her senior year. Counsel this week. They err Miss Alva O'Rourke, of 268 Battle ave ­ nue: Miss Violet Rainer of T7 Ham ­ ilton avenue, and Mlse Genevieve Sheehy-of 157 Holland avenue Up- per-clsssmen enrolled at the eoUcge who also live In 'White Plains, are Mlse Virginia Campbell and Miss Gertruds Duffy. The college has students from many elates and one student from Porto Rico The ma ­ jority of the etudent body, however, are from ths county and New York State. Many residents of White Plains are acquainted ' with the college merely through a passing glance at Its quiet, retiring beauty ss they pass the college grounds on North Broodway. Others IdenUfy the col ­ lege by ths resounding toll of the great bell In the chapel wljjeh rings ont the hours and whose great voice can be heard by many In that part of town. However, be ­ cause this coliege is taat-taking Its place in the ranks of the Catholic aoUegsa for women. Good Counsel represents a definite place of hon ­ or in the life of the community. It Is not only the sole college In White Plains, but It Is ons of the moat beautiful places of learning In the Sorority Member* Plan So ­ cial Affair to Be Held on Ottober 15 The Kappa Delta Alpha Sorority will hold a eeml-formal dance at the Hotel Belmont on October 15. Plane for the dance were discussed Jit a regular meeting held at the home of Mias Margaret Dowdell of Rath bun avenue. Arrangements for a theater party to be held on October 18 were also discussed. Among those present at last eve ­ ning's meeting were the Mlsees oJan Hammond, president of the sorority; Alva Carlson. Minnie Mul ­ ler.. Mary O'Neill. Froncee Murphy, Margaret Donworth. Florence Mer ­ cer, Dorothy Plumpton and Anne Butcher. The Beta chapter of the Kappa Qelta Alpha was represent ­ ed by Miss Alice Hope and Miss Gloria Lunny. Women Who ^SPill Support Judge Moore For Bench Hold Luncheon Meeting of the active lay members of the League for a Non-Partisan Judici ­ ary will meet at luncheon today at BriarcUff Lodge. New officers will ongregationalisu of Ridge- riew, Greenridge and Chat- teiton -Hill Unite For Communion Service Thirty-Fire Tables Set Up i For Games at Noble Home — Series } to Follow „ Miss Franconi-Nief Entertains At Evening Bridge A cord party was held at the home of Mlse Martha FranconJ- Nie'f, 77 Trenton avenue. White Plains, last evening. After cards, refreshments were served followed by dancing. Attending the party were ; The Mlsees Eileen Pickering, Ruth Miller and Beatrice Orgal. Messrs. Lewis Morris. Joseph Brown. Laurence Flnkelsteln and William Holliman. Mr. Taylor was oalled upon for a speech and Info — -led the gathering that they had cut out a difficult took for bim and that he had been pro ml, el by the leaders of the party that they would nominate on the ticket — en who stood for the same things for which he stands. T am not unmindful.\ Mr. Tay ­ lor said, \of the growth of the County of Westchester and of the Town of Harrison and of the ln- st ths same Urns. I ask that my candidates name be withdrawn\ \I want to be fair about this,\ Mr. Begnett answerd. \Idlstldctly sold that ws will rote for one at a time In order to eliminate fraud but I shall ask for a vote of tbs people present to determine the eentlment of' the majority.\ A vrrbal vote was called on. \Shall we allow Mr. Miner's noma to be withdrawn and placed In nomination to oppose Mr. Allen 7\ The negative side drowned out the \yeas\ and the balloting began. Mr. Crotty received 231 votee to Mr. Miner's 148. Mr. Miner Is the pres ­ ent Democratic Justice of the peace who refused the nomination of the Democratic party several dzye pre ­ vious. There was s good deal of applause when the vote was read. Mr. Allan, president of the Re ­ publican Club, wsj nominated for the second Justice of the peace and the chair oalled for any further nominations. Mr. Peck arose and About Town j _______________________________ | year. We must keep growing In -------- ; ------------- i ----------------- ■ -------- order to paysthls additional debt Mrs. Stanley Holme of Toronto, and one means of growing Is by Canada. Is the guest of her slater, opening up some of our Urge Mrs. William Peck ham. of Sterling tracts of land.\ artnua. Mr*. Hotos- before her Mr. Taylor concluded by saying | marriage this year was Miss Louise hs was honored In receiving the Strong daughter of Mr. and Mr*, nomination. I Arthur I. Strang, of Crane avenue. Nominations fos town clerk were | Mrs. Holme and Mr* Peck ham will then called for .and Mrs. Benjamin go os Monday to meet their par- Colvin named. Charles E. Myers I cuts, who have been spending the | who bad been chosen by the Re- lattsr port of the summer abroad. publican Town Committee and cn- Mrs. C. P. Young.'of 43 Barker fj. nSSS Wmds^wbfi'aio^North ^5 up hU William WUdIng <1orida friends who are North at ... . „ ■ ZT ^ R^lridaU iSdee Thl^wtlfb^ “ r Wilding the logical man for ^ Uw poeltlow. He pointed out that twenty-four guests present. . iax £gh Westchester County has Pool Gerhard, son of Mr. and been consistently Republican. Har- Mn. Norman Gerhard, of Carman rlson has been a Democratic road. Scandale, motored to Boston stronghold, which means that the lest wwek-cnd and entered the Republican party hoe a hard light Massachusetts Institute of Techno- ahead of It this fall, logy ag * member of the sophs- \Therefore.\ the speaker conclud- Rummage Sale By Lutherans October 4, 5,7 The Ladles' Aid of Trinity Lath-, ran Church will conduct a rum- Attendi City Gathering of Westchester County Group j — New President Soon Elected Salvation Army in White Plains Taking Part in World Mot*- ment Reception On Monday At the Ridgevinr Chsm Mrs. Peterson and Mis. Bastion Bridge Hostesses

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