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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, October 12, 1929, Image 7

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THE DAILY PRESS, THITE PLAINS, W. Y.. SATURDAY. 0CT0BE8 12. IVK National Girl Scout Week, Beginning Tomorrow, To Be - . Observed In White Plains Dim DID VC cw*. WiU Recozm* Scam I AUL lAllIlU At Religious Service*. Troche IN CONCERT ON Rabbi Goodman Must Lead All Local Jewry, Not a Few Families, Dr. Wise Declares at Services Founder of Free Synagogue, Presiding at Installation Ceremonies, Makes Plea for Tolerance. .Rev. Mr. Osgood Welcomes Young Leader to Gty. Impressive Function at Center. Good Counsel, ’ 33 Head of the Bronx Botanical Gardens Speaks Before Members of Con- Cluh St. Bartholomew's Won Enjoy Function Held at the Parish House temporary Mr. Kenneth R. Boynton, heed gardener at the Bronx Botanical Card gave an Illustrated lecture yeeterdsv afternoon before the members of the garden section of the Contemporary Club, at the home of Mrs. Elmer V. Griggs. 14 Rldgevtew avenue There was an unusally Urge at ­ tendance to hear Mr. Boynton ’ s talk about the uncommon plants and shrubs which are perfectly hardy In this climate. Beginning with the fall flowering pUnU, bo showed splendid views taken in the gardens, of various kinds of bloom- American Baritone Will Ap ­ pear in White Plains Un ­ der Auspices of Choral and Symphonic Body blrds do not seek them as eagerly as some others; then followed a de ­ scription of the deciduous holly, which has much emaller berries and more graceful branches than the kind used for Christmas Uecora- The planting of Japanese dog ­ wood. corn us Jnponlca. was advised as It blooms two weeks Uter than the native variety, and Is very dec ­ orative and hardy. The Amur ampelopels vine U most profusely covered with various shades of yel ­ low, blue and lavender-pink fruits not duplicated In other decorative plants, so Mr. Boynton stated. The pom pom chrysanthemums are useful for massing and \Cap- lain Cook.\ a marvelous pink color was shown on the screen. Maroon galUardlas, anemone-flowered as ­ ter f. and the red tassel flowers were recommended. The ‘ 1 vacated as ono of tl Ing ahrube to grow. Die Stadt - ---- Das Wandern Aufenthalt __ MISS VIOLET RANTER , Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Ranier, of 77 Hamil ­ ton Avenue, who haa entered the freshman class at the College of Good Counsel on North Broadway. Miss Ranier was graduated last June from an academy associated with the College of St. Elizabeth. She received the outstanding awards for scholarship in her class. betw~n the lender ami the people A f tenioon Sewions Arranged A mM h who Is not tolerant of . ' other faiths has no faith of hio I For Foreign Women to own,\ the preacher declared, 1 “ and | , „ w , : ___ 1 In your contacts with Rabbi Oood- | Learn IVCUOing ana man you must remember, that. I Writing though be Is younger than you. he | 6 la wiser than you. He la the a tan -1 ■lard .bearer of the Jewish Ideals. The afternoon classes in English the heir to the culture of the eges lo ft-,,liner* .tart Wednesday af- < strong jlselre to serve. Let him School. A clam was started last •Ip you. Jet him lead you. let him year for women who wished to -ive you.\ learn to read and to writs En glish Rev. Mr. Osgood bpewka and who do not find It. convenient Tho Rev. Mr. Oegood. pastor a. .o go to the evening school. This >•« Chatterton Hill Church, emphe rar y,,™ win be two classes, an -cd the necessity for progress anti , . . l n, — \■ ™ \A lovely community.' he said rQ rh.t often. Mr. vith nloo people end beautiful Alvmb OUij principal of the evening *>ut with many thing* that ochooL u i n charge of application* •tl changing for Its eventual bet- tor classes. The White Plains .ment — and many difference to hm U od . NaUonal Council of Jewish . -fT — fivl In whl,H PsKhl flood. ... ... • _ _______ _____ Bright 1s the King of Words — R. Vaughn Williams Vagabond Bong --------- John Ireland O. That It Were Bo . Frank Bridge Tomorrow _______ Frederick Keel Frieodi of Col. M. H. Smith To Honor Builder of Kensico Dam Boynton _______ — .. • Emily Gray. Mary Wallace end Bloomfield Dainty. Certain types of daffodils were described and Ideal places In which to plant them explained by the lec ­ turer. To have flower* outdoor* -luring winter 1 * not at all difficult, ■aid Mr. Boynton. If a planting of he Japanese wWeh-ha*el tree* are ncluded In the planning of one's tarden. They win bloom in Febru ­ ary If the weather happen* to be >* tern Woman to Addrv- Preebyterian Congre ­ gation Tomorrow Evening lime and prove very decorative with their bright golden blooms. 'It was announced that on Novem ­ ber 1 the Tarrytown Horticultural Society wUl sponsor a flower show st the Washington Irving High School, and have Invited member* of garden club* to exhibit. A gar ­ den chib a* a whole may enter In Mr. and Mrs. Marsh Entertain For Mrs. R. C. Edmond Sorority Dances Thanksgiving Eve At Hote( Belmont for elx person*, the round table* to be eupplled by tho Tarrytown So ­ ciety. Individual member* of gar ­ den olube may exhibit decoration* for four, using their own card table*; the accessories not to coet more than ten cents apiece. At the next meeting of the gar ­ den section of the Contemporary Club the speaker wlU be Mr. Wern ­ er Ueb of New Rochelle Ha will speak on rock gardens. Mrs. Ohs paid lived In Balt Lake City, Utah, for 23 years and her opportunity to learn the working! of Mormonlsm affords an excellent background for bar lecture work. She was not content to etudy It where It has beet flourished but has mads valuable Investigations In many foreign countries. Her trsv- rellgtoue In the Two Guest Speakers At St. Paul ’ s M. P. Men ’ s Jamboree And Girls ’ Party at Chatterton Hill FLORENCE SCHOOL OF DANCING Proclamation SPECIAL NOTICE! At the request of many of our customers and for convenience of others THIS STORE WILL REMAIN OPEN WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY EVENINGS UNTIL 10 P, M. - DAVID S. BROWN

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