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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, October 25, 1929, Image 6

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THK 11 MLY l ‘ HKSS. WHITE ItAINS. H. Y., FRIDAY. OCTOBER 25, ISM GARDENCLOB SPENDS DAY ATAMAWALK At An Autumn Card Party Gaicly Reigns in Church Par* lore as the Brightly De ­ corated Booths Lure visitors The member* of the Woman's So ­ ciety of the First BapUit Church had tranafortned the parlors of tba church Into a floral garden yestcr- Court Regina Coeli met this week and its members enjoyed an autumn card party. In the group are, from left to right, bottomrow, from left to right: Mrs,* Anna Ackert, MiAs Agnes Malaney, Grand Rcgept, and Miss May Rooney, Vice-Grand Regent. Top row. from legt to right: Mrs. Anna Ackert, Lecturer; Mrs. Hugh O ’ Heir, Sentinel; Mias Celebrates For ° Thirteenth Birthday John Ruger of SI Prospect street, entertained this week at a party ,ln celebration of hli thirteenth birthday. The gueaU Were enter ­ tained first,at John'* home and' fol ­ lowing the receDtlqn the party lour. Children ’ * Association Will In vesltgate Child Workers Employed.Outside of Factories ♦h* Veit** etalac. neyed <o the theater. ' Tfie \ fire young coup!** consisted of Margar ­ et Philip*. Junior Bowes, Jenny Bellperry. Jack Faua, Patricia Dla-1 mond. Douglas Clark. Alice Rey ­ nold*. Lyman Ruaaell, Lilly Backus and John Ruger. •t 'tba baxaar, too; the cosmetic booth being In charge ■gf Mt. Mark Fuller, and a large grocery booth by Mr. Malcolm Reid. Llttla maidens sat demurely at the eldo of the flkh-pond coaxing you to try your luck, but (be Osh proved fc> be tissue-wrapped parc-'s whose contents were a secret. In the toy booth were fine assort ­ ments of dolls, trains, fuzzy ani ­ mals. Indian .costume* with bril ­ liantly feathered headgear; dishes, balls and many other toys. AU_a*rta of home-made candles werron sale at the candy-booth. The PUlegra Class of which Mrs. Contemporary Club to Hear Famous«Noveli*t and Critic Speak on “Literature- and Morals ’ * Albany November Singing in ---- --- --------- . ----- 12 Under Direction o^ < Mr*. Fry, Leader of State Chora* Volunt* Dr. John Ersklne will be the guest and speaker at the Contem- j porary Club's second open meeting! of the yesr at the Prssbytertan i Church house on Wednesday after ­ noon, November #. Dr. Eraklne, sor of English will speak on “ Lit ­ erature and Morale. ” ■ ,-The famous author of “ The Pri ­ vate Life of Helen of Troy.\ and the amusing chronicles of Adam and Eve, ws* born In New York CUy. He received Ijls Ph.D. from ! Columbia In.ISOS and hit LL D. j from Norwich University In ISIS. Volunteer* of America, Spon ­ sored by Prominent Local * People, Hold Chil- - dren ’ s Drive _________________ _ Saturday will be “ Heart Day ” in of English at Am- j White Plains for the Volunteers of professor of Eng- America. permlssioAhaving been « u.i Is the author of a ln * lltut * on . founded oyer thirty r articles and books years ago by Oeneral and Mrs. ■atur* and has edit- Maud Balllnglon Booth. This Is to . He wss co-editor be a children's drive to Mlp chll- t* History of Amer- dren In this state. All the work Is In three volumes, to be done by local girl# under the h^w&s educational personal direction of a local leader. „![\!SL2*S The following well known people l.n* U JTSSLSL w111 \ sponsors for the oo- « ^ist “ ** on: ReT T - F - Watkina. Rev. \ ’ 2SL of th , R- C. Ormsbe*. Mr*. Howard The fancy goods-booth contained He was an an unusual number of scarfa pH- I elate profea lows, beaded bags, vases, knitted I herst and I cap*, ertmhet bags, howls and neck-1 Hah at Colu laces. * member o All aprons displayed at the apron | Dr. Erskl “ The Value of Cynicism** at the Jewish Com­ munity Center Services will be bald at 8:10 this **atng at the Jewish Community No more reservations will be ac ­ cepted for the dinner tonlgty. when the bazaar will still be open. The chairman of the bazaar Is Mra L Blanton Field; vice-chair ­ men. Meedamea William Cbarnley. ! Albert Xennelly and Robert E. I some of them win by getting in touoch Th# Hon. Benjamin W. Moore, Judge of th* Children's Court and Non-Partisan candidate for election will address a meeting of the Larchmont League of Women Vot ­ ers at the municipal building. Post Date Announced Yesterday at Regular Women's Meeting Held at Club House Z. POSNER OPENS MODERN FUR STORE GALVANIZES ASH CAN, Sh! Sh! Hallowe ’ en Is Coming Very Soon! -j ai rtt at Happiness. No Cooar Ckargm MUSIC AND DANCING AFTER SIX fa&tdunariT VjfCKErRMAN STATIONARY STORAS, INC

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