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The daily press. (White Plains, N.Y.) 1929-????, October 25, 1929, Image 7

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THE DAILY PRESS. WHITE PLAINS, N. Y.. PR1DAY. OCTOBER JS, 1929 Mi. and Mis. Thiell Entertain At Evening Bridge I KAFFA DELTA meets MIu Do'rtllyr Pluropton kjt f. mit avenue.* this city, will be 1 hoetene lonlght at ber home In rp I Kappa Delta Alpha Sorority. T > i will be much dlacURslon os Barbara jCuunty Chapter Will Act 01 j Proposed Hudson River j Drive* Project;.Thomson Heads CoiuiuiUee W. Frederick Welach. Anlaley. aec- rctary of the chapter. Th% principal order or bualncaa will be the presentation of a report on the proposed Hudson .River drive project by the ipeclal committee consisting of Messrs. T. Kennard erin* was presided over by James MacGowan. Chief of Clan Stewart, this city. Past Chief O mit * R- Stersnson presented Chief William Tpylor representing the Mother Ti MacBeth. If this report Is adopted at the; meeting It will be presented at a later date at a Joint meeting of the , Tarrytown Chamber of Commerce., Lower Hudson Association, other | civic organizations and the county | Everything in Readiness For Theta Gamma Bridge and. Show Thii Evening at the Belmont Hotel Recreation Commission Has Appealed For Broken-dovfn Dolls and Toys To Be rlxed t ar Christmas After November 1. toys .'or . the handicraft department of the West- . pheste# Couhty Recreallo.i Commit , sion should be delivered to the new htarsal Wednesday evening at*U>e White Pl slra Belmont. The pa ­ tronesses of this bridge, which win take place this afternoon at the Belmont, art*: Mrs. Ward Bamford. Mrs. Henry R. Barrett Mrs. Charles R. Cuyler, Mrs. J. P. KlssUpg. Mrs. j Frank J. Lamb. Mrs. Alfred E. j Lloyd, Mrs. John Lumbasd. Mrs. William F. McCabe. Mrs. Frederick* C. McLaurbUn. Mr*. O. Pbiltipd | Payson. Mrs. Lee A. Reid. Mrs. 1 John R. Sweeney. Mrs. J. R. Thu-, man. Mrs.' idonmouth S. Buckbee. ' Mrs Frank Carr, Mrs. Robert L, Crawford and Mrs. A. J. Crawley. Mrs. Walter V. JL Knriey Is the j chairman of the committee -in Court Street School Building, at Mamaroneck and Martine avenues. White Plains. Iflas Ina Scott, director of handl- Thamas F. Healej*. and the. MTsaeu I ROBERT EDGAR GOLDSTEIN Jessie Arrington. Edith Crowley. a member of the freshman class president Of Vhs association. Anna- j at the university of Pennsylvania belle* KlssUng and Virginia \Payson. j He u the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- •Many of the poomfceat White ^ a Ooldsteln of Prospect Park. Plains and Scarsdale shops will dls- » nd is a graduate of Tilton Acnd- play their frocks, coats, hats, shoes Tilton. N. H. and lingerie. --------- . ' ■ ■ — ----- l*M 1 oined he by t ' “ ™ C. Davies QATFTUDD WJ7D oUUillMfllJK TflfiR&R TIST 'St. Bartholomew ’ s extent of your ability AT CONCERT Men ’ sVClub Plan CoJetta's Dress Shop. Z. Posner. Francis Rogers and Sons and the French Boot Shop. Taking part al ­ so are Miss Emily BOoth Robinson, Miss Havlland. Miss Lloyd. Mrs. R. Franklin HuU. Mlsa Muriel Car ­ penter and Miss Gloria Smith. Miss Evelyn Corr. Miss Betty La Hpte. Miss Elisabeth Sehutler. Mlsa Lily Bltgmund. Mrs. T. Irving Hadden. Mlsa Kathleen Sharp, Mrs. Byron Parks and Mlsa Ruth Boyle. More than eighty tables have Mr*. Katherine Tift-Jones, Assisted by Local Quartet, to Entertain at Presby ­ terian Church House Chief graces his office with cour ­ tesy and affability. Toe ars the head of the Clan, Its represents live In the eyes of tbs public.\ Chief MacGowan eras then pre ­ sented with the Insignia of his IN WESTCHESTER BRIARCLIFF LAUNDRY YOUTH A&D BEAUTY of tha Housewife BRIARCLIFF LAUNDRY, he. BRIARCLIFF MANOR, N. Y. Trf ” °\ i '920t) ■■mar 9200 Women At v* Chatterton Hill JttTStTfT. S5| Meet and Sew “ \T ” \. ..... , ____ . 1?®* \ ---------- -- -- . forthcoming dance'to be held on V New York wmiroso «r. and Mrs. 8. C. Thrill enter-1 Nov*mb«r g, h . al lhe Wbllp Plain.' * m^Ung of Mrs. David. Hoff and Other Municipal C__ tained thelc* bridge club at lhe | Belmont Hotel. man's group of the Chaiterton H1I! «*>• ^fbeneciady Bureau si home of Mr. and Mrs. George John-1 . — — — ■ • congregational Church was held at 1 son, 696 Mamaroneck avenue, this [prize. Those present were Mr. and the home of Mrs. J. G. Oberie. 51 week. The first ladles' prise w«]Mrt. Hgiry Reiss. Mr. and Mr*. Alexander avenue, yesterday afUr- v| . won by Mrs D H. Klmbel; the Hr.. | ^0.^\ Mr Mr.™ D Tl » — ■ Th * -W-T* <• “ * “ key. Robert Pstt _____ ___ _ gentlemen's prise was given to Mr Klmble v Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Ing s spread for the family of a Glaeser. W. V. Isisee. Prank Lewsy G. N. Johnson and Mr. Charles j Stowrll. Mr. and Mrs. Georg. John , minister in North Dakota. Those V. T. Wllamore, J. a. Oberie um Adolfson received the consolation ’ son. Mr. and Mrs. Axel Johnson. attending the raseUng were.\ i.,U M. Ber The Sale Is Almost Over! Q ' Just a few of these Grand pianos left B Y the time this ad reaches you just a few of the Grand pianos apportioned to us Tor ^tis great co op e rati ve sale will be left — but theae will be snapped np in the morning. After that we will take orders until the clone of business on Monday evening. This it a concession to J Tbtrt am* tMU m tfmml tint sf* — ' In all oar estimates we had folly expected the nale to take two weeks longer. But it run away with us. We are practical l y sold out today. So we aay that booking orders for later delivery is a conc es si on to belated buyers. We, ourselves, know a number of persons who fully intended taking advantage of this sale, and who for one reason or another have been prevented from doing so- This ‘ still gives them the op port u nity. ... .This Sale will positively end MONDAY with the closing of our store After that time no more orders for these pianos will be received # ma at this price, on these termeor under these conditions of sale. ™ Until that time orders will be received and filled in the order No firm could afford to sell Grand pianos of the quality ^ offered in this sale continuously — upon th V ese terms. No house IS ALL IT TAKES could go on from day to day, month in and month out and r«/\ PITT 1 TITl ’ Q give such liberal conditions of sale. 77ie profits are too small. . U 1 1 1113 Tils sale has served its purpose. It has enabled uo to supply many per- PIANO IN YOUR aoua with reliable Grand pianos at Ji 35 each. Only by crowding these sale* HO MF iato the space of a few weeks, and sav ing huge sums in overhead, was the ^ success of this sale assured. To run i t longer would be to defeat its purpose So for the last time — Don't delay any longer if you want one of these thoroughly reliable Grand pianos at ' ..... ’ 435 ......... ONCE AGAIN — ’ The Cooperative Ran' YOU GET a Grand piano lor $435 YOU GET the privilege of cha^ig- made by a Company, who have ing your piano any time within six never before manufactured a Grand' months from the date of purchase piano to retail at teas than $645. for any one of the celebrated makes YOU GET a-five year guarantee carried by our boose — without signed by the - manufacturers and losing a single penny of the money •orsefves. you have paid on the cooperative

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