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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, October 09, 1929, Image 7

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The regular monthly business meeting of the Amlcue Orel* was held at the parish houee of the i Worthington Memorial Episcopal Church on Monday evening. Har ­ old Wood preaided and seventeen members were present. Plans were made at this lime .'or a hot dog roast to be held on Sat ­ urday evening, October 18. The members will leave Elmsford at T.30 p. m. The starting point and destination will be announced later. Following an annual custom a Hallowe'en masquerade party and dance will be held In the pariah house on Lawn avenue on Friday evening. November L A three-piece orchestra will be engaged. The af ­ fair la Invitational, each member being entitled to bring three guests. The only committee appointed at Monday night's meeting was the refreshment committee consisting I of the Misses Katherine Burke. atlng with the Women's Guild and fifteen members of the council sig ­ nified their rea din ess to sign up for a course to be given at the Center, by Pr. Sidney E. Goldstein, tn the principles and methods of social work. After the reading of the reports the meeting was turned over 'o Mrs. Silverman, the former presi ­ dent, who wae hostess for the af ­ ternoon. Mrs. Walter H. GUpatric, chairman of-the Westchester Coun ­ ty League of Women Voters, who had been Invited, was unable to at ­ tend because of the pressure of other duties. After the Introduc ­ tion of the guesta, and a brief re ­ turns by Mrs. Silverman of . the work of the National Council, which comprises 123 sections and la concerned with eighteen fields of endeavor, (he masting was adjourn ­ ed for a social hour. Over a huo- Mrs Clement Ehrrt of 181 Chat- terton Parkway eotertalned a par ­ ty of friends on the Ehret's yacht the “ Sea Girl ” yesterday afternoon. The party sailed from the New Ro ­ chelle Yacht Club for a three hour i _ __________ __ cruise on Long Island Hound. Mrs. ^ Hill Congregation! Ehret's guests were: Mrs. G. P. ] business meeting Paysqn. Mrs. Frederick Williams, | nlng. at the bomi Mrs. jamas R. Pugh. Mrs. E. W. j Hulls, at “ The Merritt. Mrs. 8. V. Zabrtskle, Mrs. I menta.\ There w Justin Clary and Mrs. J. T. Evans, of about 20 memb of Preparations For Christina* Noted Pianist Appearing Dyrkman Hall Offering With Nicolai Medgikoff In tba Children's Court throughout the country Is counting. It Is effeo-1 tire. We-must work together to, try and show children the right way and teach them the right W Tha masting yesterday wae open- , ed by Mrs. Maximilian Weil, the. party which tba club Is planning to hold in the church social rooms on October 18, and the reports show that the tickets are going fast The prices for ths occasion are as' yet 9200 THE DAILY PRESS, WHITE PLAINS, N. Y, WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER !>■ 19» 9200 News in Social Circles of White Plains and Vicinity Juvenile Delinquency Rare Among Jews of Westchester, Local Council Branch Is Told While Plain* Branch, National Council of Jewish Women, Hear* • Judge Moore, Mr. Frank Nye and Comprehensive Reports At Opening of Season Held Yesterday at Community Cater. __ ______ “ We can have faith tn tba fo ­ ur*. ” said Mr. JYnnk Nya. princi ­ pal of the White Plains High School, “ when a group of women an willing to come out In the af- - --- Vto play cards, not to waives, but to consider ■ such as I have i here this after- AMICUS PLANS SOCIAL EVENTS' FOR AUTDMNi Elmsford Young Folk* Are To Have Roast and Hallowe ’ en Dance Autumn Bride MRS. MARSTON CONKLIN . , ^ _ ___________ Formerly Miss Ruth Elizabeth Fetzer, who was married r--...h„r T The Misses f . and M. embara pment at this' on Saturday in Scaredale. She is the daughter of Mr. and ; santoL Tba Mine. m . and f . Rate I Mrs. Frank Fetzer, of Fenimore-road — N * w Torl ! Burke, Helen Thompson. ---------------------------------------------------------------- fflj,..5Sgyg ‘ -rtK!gftpftp * I PI HR Miss David Jorie Kowes. May Meuler, Helen Fleischer. Harold Wood, Marvin Nash and Ted Olson. W. P. Guests Entertained On Yachting Party — 1 BRIDE-TO-BE — J IS FETED AT PARTY HERE Misk Ruth Braine Wed Yesterday In New Rochelle MENTAL TRIP /A 10 SPAIN FOR I TRAVEL GROUP Miaa Ruth F. Braine, daughter of Mr. and Mm Philip Braine of 17* Mayflower avenue, New Rochelle, ----------- win married to Thomas A. Eagle- Mi** Vi»ca, Who Will Be •on. eon Of Mm Anne Eagieeon. 1 Scarsdalr Chib Section Bo- Married in November, la . p^byt.ri^i Church. New Roe hell- j gin* Year With Talk Given Shower by Her 5EJXJT'f'JXl 2ES ‘ Given bf Mr- : .w Siitcr.-in.L« tk. .JTJISSLfT!; L V. Arnold ! eon. sister of the bridegroom, wee I _______ ' maid of honor, and the Misses Mu-1 A ehower and surprise .party was r |-| Toetevlr. and Elector Olson ! Th * Travel (Uetion ef the tendered by Mrs. B. Vises and Mn. were bridesmaid* Job tf Pick worth mans Club of Scandals of which - v,„. m. rZZS Frances Vises at their naldence, 75 Raymond Ktnard of New Tork and ch ^ ra * n - ° Waller avenue recenUy. About 60 Oeorge McNeoomy of Mount Ver- boon with a meeting al non. Ml-, Grace Bird McDermott houae. The cubject of played violin .elections and Robert ,tudy la lo be a crutoe Gay lor was at the organ. friends enjoyed a musical .program and refreshments were served. Many oosUy gifts were received by the bride-to-be who will be married some time In November to Mr. Frank DeAngelle of Brooklyn, N. Y. Among tnoec present were:: Miss Olga C. Vleca. Mies L Ritchie. Mrs. A. DtBenedetto. The Misses M . M . and A. DlBenedetto, Mrs. H. Heeht, Mrs. H. 8turmer. Mrs. V. Rlglllo, Mrs. J. Maenza. Mis *A- Oath The Mlssn U.. M. and C. Lucky. Miss R. Albanese. Miss Erna Stunner. Miss Ninette Vises. 4 Mr*. D. Boslnsky. The Mieses L. and M. DeLorenxo. Mrs. P. Tobynn- eon. Miss A. Donna. Miss M. Paret. Mrs. J. P; Donna, The Mlssee A.. R- and J. Falxerano, Mre. 8. Marasco, Mrs. L DeOenarro. Mrs. H. Shelton. Mrs. L. Somma, hTe Misses L and T. Costa and Mrs. L Oreln of White Plains. Mrs. T. Schtavo. Miss M. SORORALCLUB CONFERS AT HULTY HOME The engager Marie David Hcaly 1 and Mrs. D. DIPaola of New York City. Mr*. J. Cap pell and Mrs., E- Cappell of Mount Vernon. Mre. R. TucdUe of Scaradale and Mr*. P. D'Amadlo. Mr*. 8. 81nl»ter. Mr*. H Ungarlno and Mr*. J. Antlne of East White Plain*. Church Group Sew* At Andrew* Home Miss Andrea J. A. Cassln | Group No. 2. 81 . Bartholomew'* announced by Mis* Church. Mr*. C. L Bang*, chalr- Betrothed To Mr. Healy ------------ David's brother-in-law ----- — .... ----- . ----- Complete* Plans For October M r. and Mr*. Alfred Meyor. ofMor Oeorge Andrew*. Bryant of Mr*. lane. Scaradale. Mr. Healy Is the yesterday afternoon, eon of Mr and Mr* James A. Healy *ork for the bazaar, of Tuckaboe. Present were Mcdemee L C. ... w . . . . _ , Bang*. F. F. Clark. A Stewart Ml** David attended the Convent whUa y rr ^ Wilson. Thomas Bar- of the Sacred Heart. New York. MN nle Jo ., ph B ut i e r. Joseph Dubrae- Healy attended De LeSalle Instl-1 k(u ThomM Btanlon and Joseph tnte. He was graduated from Man- hattan College In 1928 and from | __________________ aralty Law School [ FLOWER GUILD The member* of tho Flower Guild _____ the-Greenrldge Congregatlanat The Honor Society of the White j Church met at the church yeeter- Plalns High School held it* Instal- day afternoon and covered candy latlon of new member* yeaterday boxes to be us afternoon. Six senior* and three booth at the bt juniors wye admitted.and 8. MRS. RICHARDS NEW CHAIRMAN OF COUNTY UNIT Heads Tarrytown Committee of Children ’ s Association, Succeeding Mr*. Ward Department of Child _ made a most Interesting report of the committee * work during the year passed. Mn. Ward called on Mr*. Charles F. Ha wee for the port of the nominating commit and the election of officer* foL owed. The next ‘ meeting of the eommtt- TO HONOR Ross, village dork of Scen ­ ic* 11* Incorporation In 1813 town official prior to that time, will have a street na him In the near future, meeting of the truztee* In lage last night, October 22 the date for a public hearing to ---------- of Freight Way about Spain.' Mr. L V. Arnold eg New Tork City waa ties speaker. ru introduced I n Mr*. Had-. , lock. Mr. Arnold began I snough by taking 1 through the Strait , with pictures Mra.D.W. Swain Has Guests For Afternoon Bridge eon-bridge club yaatarag] home. Member* p r M — t Mr*. Chorlw A. n iMk* no mystery ’ or secret about/ TIP-TOP BREAD r bay hoax her grocer or d High Quality F ob P lanting N ow Lmk f&r *• MoJtrmmtic W, wM Hr TmmUime T* VAKD BAKING CO, TOP

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