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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, October 21, 1929, Image 6

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THE DAILY PRESS, WHITE PLAINI Miss Janet Elizabeth Bethell Is Married at Church Ceremony r Followed by Reception at Club DtUgbter of die President of Sctrsdale Woman ’ s Club Weds Be- - fore Entire Membership and Receives In Drake Road Drawing- ' R mou . At the Halloween Masquerade Edgar C. Newlln. hi* brother, a* beet man. and the usbera Tire Ur. Prank H. Coker, of Charlotte, N. C; Mr. Janie* Coker, of Leomln- ■ter, llut.; Mr Prancl* Phllllpa, of Bronxrllle; Mr. Joalah Willard, of New Tork City, and Ur. Donald WUliaCna, of Scarsdale. About 400 people attended the re ­ ception which followed at 87 Drako road, the clubhoiue of the Woman'* Club. Thle had been beautifully de ­ corated by the Garden Section of the dub. The brlde'e tablo waa particularly exquisite, and was an expression of the deep appreciation During the entire reception ln- ctdcntal muslo was played by Mra Charles Wyckoff, Mra George Jones, Mrs. Eugene Holden and Mra Harold Nute, of the Muslo Section of tho dub, 'forming a de ­ lightful and unusual touct^ that showed again the deep feeling the dub has for Its president's daugb- The bride la a graduate of Roee- i Last week the Business and Professional Women of White Plains celebrated the approach of Hallowe ’ en with a masquerade in their clu.b rooms. This is a characteristic group of those who attended the party. First row, left io right: Mrs. Walter Donelson, Mrs. Jane Reinald, Mrs. Ida Sullivan. Mrs. Mary Binns, Miss Laura Townsend, Miss Mary MacGrath, Mrs. Margaret Cook. Second row, left to right: Miss Mary Moore, Mrs. Suzette Woolford, Mrs. Clara Bunker, Mrs. A. T. B. Humphries, president of the club; Miss May Flowery, Mrs. Marcella Hasselbach. Third .row, left to right: Mrs. John K. Longyear, Mrs. Agnes Keen, Mrs. Florence Fee, Mrs. Elizabeth Papacy, Mrs. Gene* vieve Fox, Mrs. Anne Leonard, Miss Florence Wienckowski, Miss Helen Wienckowski, Miss Virginia LeGate, Mrs, Helen Brinckert, and Mrs. Elizabeth Moeser. <* tho Same* had gal^d too much headway by the time the local Bre­ men arrived. The Hawthorne de ­ partment al»o finally nettled the nutation of what territory the Ke*»- Knan farm la located and reipond- Hallowe ’ en Party Wednesday At Hartsdale Church War Mothers Continue Visits to Soldiers Homes The War Moth ular monthly me weekly vtall* to the aoldlen at Set- on Hospital, Yonkera, and Castle Point. Beacon. The organltaUon has about 70 members. Mra. Cath ­ erine Hogan Is president; Mrs. Lena Boyce, vice-president; Mrs. Frederick Williams, secretary, and Mrs. Loretta Schoonmaker, treas ­ urer. Meetings are held on the Hallowe'en Decoration* Add Gay Touches to Masquer ­ ade Attended, by Reprc- senative Gathering The Althea Chapter. Order of the Eastern Star, held a bridge and dance Friday evening at the Wo ­ man's Republican Clubrooms on Martina avenue. The ban was dec ­ orated with Hallowe'en novelties. On the walls were large black cats. From each light bung a cascade of orange and Mack streamers. The entire decorating waa accomplished by the Ami cl U Club, younger mem ­ bers of the Eastern Star, Miss Ma ­ thilda McCarthy Is the pree'dent. Son of Former District At ­ torney to Wed Member ■* of Old Yonkers Family Will Visit Outlying Sections of White Plains; Many Events Scheduled E. Kail (the former Janet Row ­ land). Mra. Walter P. Getty, Jr, the Misses Kathleen and Caroline Get ­ ty. cousins of the bride; Miss Doris Rowland and Mrs. Richard A. Dunn, of Plainfield. N. J, formerly Miss Margaret John, of Yonkers. ' Mr. Rowland has chosen a school friend. Mr. William Moshlsr, for best man. and as ushers. Messrs. Charles E. Hall. Walter P. Getty, Jr, Ralph Rowland, of Yonkers; also Messrs. James Hunter airt John O. Holt, of New York, add George Schuler, of Fleetwood. The Y. M. C. A. Hiking Club, composed of mem here of the Men's Division. w!U leava the Y. M. C. A- at 3 o'clock next Saturday after ­ noon for a hike Into the ouUylng districts of White Plains This win be one of the regular weakly events on Saturdays throughout ths aec- aon and any members of the \Y\ Interested In Joining this club are asked to get In touch with M. D. Williams, man's secretary of the Emanuel Lutheran Church Enjoys Music Sponsor-v '■ -d by the Luther - i League The parish hall of Bt John's More heat per dollar from .Westchester Service Coal because Westchester Service Coal is carefully select ­ ed, long burning — real Quality coal. If you would enjoy a comfortable winter, fill your bin now with this good coaL _Insure yourself ff warm weather in^fbe no mat ­ ter what the weather may be outside. Let our courteous service man fill your coal bin now. Every ton of \Westchester Service Coal delivers its full measure of heat. May we fill your bin now? IN WESTCHESTER DARING ADVENTURE BRIARCLIFF LAUNDRY DISAPPEARING corpse made Jean Harper aa_ EXCITEMENT EATER YOUTH AftD BEAUTY of the Housewife Ttit phone Briardiff 2160 BRIARCLIFF LAUNDRY, Inc wuurr tm soma Croak in No* York, wke Mid — XILL THE MAN SHE LOVED!

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