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Patent trader. (Mount Kisco, N.Y.) 1956-current, December 07, 1972, Image 16

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16'^#ATENT TRADER Thursday, Dec. 7,1972 14 KT, SOLD OVERLAY Hand cnrved shell cameos arc set in beautiful frames of 14 Kt Gold overlay From our selection of fine quality Krementz Jewelry. ADDESSI JEWELRY STORES 78 Main St., Brewster 72 Elm St., New Canaan 387 Main St., Ridgefield 272 Main St., Danbury 147 Main St., Danbury MAYTAG Dishwashers Filter Finer! Run Quieter! Wash Cleaner! Giant Capacity. Qraator Capacity- Deeper cabinet for large family-size \• loads...in ;!oadlng.No dishwasher holds morel 3 Level Washing- A full-size stainless steel spray arm on top as well as one below and middle for extra jet cleaning power. Town by town Bedford Hills JACKIE PERELSON 241-0570 Marilyn Kaplan entertained kindergarten children at Bed­ ford Hills Elementary School December 4 by singing and playing educational, Hanukah and Christmas songs on her guitar. The performance was sponsored by the enrichment committee of the Bedford Hills Elementary School Associa­ tion. An open house will be given by Bedford Hills Pre-School, Saturday, December 16 from 1:30 to 3 p.m. at its home in Bedford Hills Methodist Church, Main Street and Church Street. Parents of students and prospective stu­ dents are invited. Refresh­ ments will be served. The Town of Bedford Recrea- Stitch Up a Merry Christmas! Designer boutique Holiday Fabrics... sewing notions for stocking stuffers . . sewing baskets . . . satin pillow cases . . . felt ruler holders, scissor holders, Christmas Aprons... stuffed animals ... gift certificates . . winter sewing classes... men's ties • and Buy a K23H for Christmas and get a free sewing port-a-table. The finest machine *... your best buy from $139 * Pfaff mi rated \excellent\ by Consumer Reports *«MICI • MkHtMII • NOTIONS 95 King Street, Chappaqua, N.Y. CE 8-8389 tion Department will sponsor a basketball program for boys in grades 5 to 8, beginning Friday and continuing until February 17. During the first five weeks there will be a clinic type situa­ tion to teach different aspects of the game. Beginning Jan­ uary 10 the boys will be as­ signed to teams and play a town-wide round robin tour­ nament. The program at the Bedford Hills Elementary School will meet Fridays from 4 to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 9:30 to 11 a.m. For further in­ formation one may call the rec­ reation office. For the first time gymnastic classes for boys and girls grades 4 to 8 will be sponsored by the Bedford Recreation Department. The \program which held its first session December 2, is scheduled to meet Saturday mornings from 11 a.m. to noon in the Bedford Hills Elementary School gym­ nasium. Katonah residents may join classes. Class instruction will begin with basic tumbling and floor exercises and progress to using all types of gymnastic appara­ tus. There is no fee and partici­ pants can register at the school. For further information one may call the recreation office. THIS WEEK Thursday — Movie night is scheduled for 8 p.m. at \The Nook,\ the Bedford teen center in municipal annex. Free to members and small fee to non- members. Friday — Boys basketball class meets 4 to 6 p.m. at ele­ mentary school gymnasium. Saturday — Boys basketball class meets 9:30 to 11 a.m. and coed gymnastics 11 a.m. to noon In elementary school gymnasium. Tuesday .-Bedford Hills Lions'?.. Club meets 7 p.m. at Bellucci's.^ Bedford Village GEORGIANA HULL 234-3720 Last chance to buy UNICEF greeting cards, calendars,' puzzles and mini-notes here will be this Saturday, December 9. Mrs. Richard Smith of Hopp Ground Lane will sell the items from 3 to 5 p.m. Friday and from 10 a.m. until noon Satur­ day at the Bedford post office. Gymnastics classes for boys and girls in grades four through eight are being held in the Bed­ ford Village Elementary School gymnasium under the auspices of the Town of Bedford Depart­ ment of Parks and Recreation. There is no fee for partici- patiori. Classes will begin with the.J)asicjtspects.jOumbjfoig_ and floor exercises and progress to the use of all types of apparatus. Classes will be Saturday mornings from 11 a.m. to noon. A basketball program for boys in grades five through eight is being conducted by the town recreation department. Sessions are held at the Bed­ ford Village school Friday eve­ nings from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. and Saturday mornings from 9:30 to 11 a.m. In January teams will be formed to play against other town sponsored teams in the area. For further information, ' one may contact Bedford Rec­ reation Department. Under the auspices of the Cornell Extension Service, a workshop for teenagers is being established in Bedford. Its benefits will be twofold: teenagers will have the oppor­ tunity to learn a trade and make money and home owners will have home repairs done at a moderate cost. The workshop will be for youngsters from 14 to 18 years of age and will be PA.. »JiTr * 1 REPEAT OF A SELLOUT HOMESTYLES PRESENTS Been waiting to buy or replace a dishwasher?] This is the right time to do It! Micro-Mesh'\ Filter Exclusive! Traps the tiniest food particles. Self- cleaning. Put dishes in without pre- rinsing. rim' I ; I \ MS nil Unique Racking — Maytag's unique racking makes loading easy, Increases capacity. Versatile enough to fit any dishwashing Job! IAYTAG Buy Today Be Washing Tomorrow Use our Christmas Lay-a-Way Plan Christmas Delivery Guaranteed MT.KISCO 33 SO. M06EI AVE. OSSININC 217 MAIN ST. Op^0olh/'til6rTru/r».'»n9 Wl 14443 ...for people who love bargains BANANA MENORAH in rings of pineapples with cherry flames was a treat for youngsters at Yorktown Jewish Center nursery school last week In celebration of Hanukah. Janet Lipsy and Michael St. George, both 3, reach for the cherry flames. devoted to practical home repair work such as house painting, basic plumbing and electrical work. The workshop will operate from January through May under the spon­ sorship of The Cherry Pit. For further information, call Mrs Sheila Hamilton at Bedford Presbyterian Church. Boxes for the deposit of toys and gifts for children in institu­ tions and day care centers are not doing very well, according to Mrs. Sheila Hamilton, director of The Cherry Pit, a fa­ cility operated by the Bedford Teen Council. The boxes are located in Bedford Presby­ terian Church at the Cherry Pit's headquarters. So far the only gifts collected have been deposited by teenagers. The drive is conducted in coopera­ tion with the New York City Mission Society. Some 3,000 gifts are needed. Deadline for donation of new toys or used ones in good condition is this Saturday This Week Saturday — Registration and equipment check for the Fox Lane Ski Club is from 9 to 11 a.m. in the Middle School gym; basketball for boys grades five through eight will be at the ele­ mentary school 9:30 to 11 a.m.; gymnastics for boys and girls will be from 11 a.m. until noon at the school. Chappaqua NANCY HOWARD 238-9242 Christmas cards designed by Bell School students to benefit the Horace Greeley Ed­ ucation Fund may be pur­ chased through Mrs. Barbara Aulebach, Grafflin School; Mrs. Jan Gerber, Roaring Brook School; Mrs. Ethel Meyers, Westorchard School; Mrs. Renee Landau, Bell School and Mrs Marion Sinek, Horace Greeley High School. The cards, which are also on sale at the high school store, are $1.50 for 10. To date, the ed­ ucation fund, which aids Greeley students in furthering their education, has barely passed the half way mark to last year's near $10,000. New Castle residents are reminded that newspaper col­ lection is made the last Wednesday of every month. It is advisable to set newspapers out Tuesday evening prior to the Wednesday collection as the trucks make their pick-up before 7 30 a.m. in some areas of the town. The League of Women Voters membership meeting De­ cember 13 will be at St. Mary the Virgin Episcopal Church, 191 South Greeley Ave., at 9:30 a.m. \All are welcome,\ says league president, Martha Cossum, to hear the chief economist of IBM World Trade Corp., Dr. Harold Hutcheson, speak on \International Cor­ porations and our Trade Laws.\ THIS WEEK Today (Thursday) — School Neighborhood Coffee, post­ poned from last week, will be at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joel Goldsmith, 38 Valley Lane, 8:15 p.m. Monday — The school board will meet at the Grafflin School at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday — Horace Greeley High School Orchestra's Winter Concert is at 8:15 p.m. Wednesday — League of Women Voters of New Castle plans its meeting at St. Mary the Virgin Church, 191 South Greeley Ave., 9:30 a.m. School Neighborhood Coffee is at the home of Mr. and Mrs Lysckaer, 39TaconicRoad,Mill- wood, 8:15 p.m. Thursday — Robert E. Bell School grades 7 and 8 winter concert is at 8:15 p.m. Katonah DORIS WEISER 232-9030 A Lon Chaney Sr. film festival sponsored by the John Jay student council is schedul­ ed for Friday, December 15, from 8 to 11 p.m., at the John Jay Senior High School audi­ torium. Tickets are $1 per adult and $.50 for students. The original, silent films to be screened include \The Hunch­ back of Notre Dame\ (1922). \The Phantom of the Opera'' (1925) and \The Telltale Heart.\ Refreshments will be on sale. \The Mousetrap,\ by Agatha Christie, will be per­ formed by the Sock 'n Buskin theatre troupe Friday and Saturday, December 8 and 9, at 8:30 p.m., in the John Jay High School auditorium. Gil Freeman directed the play and Karen Malone assisted him. The lighting will be done by the John Jay Audio Visual Club. (Continued on Page 17) The Scottish Shop Offers A Unique Sale On Genuine Antique Prints by Historic European Artists ^•v.'i?'\!'.;in. v>.\ • i\\~— BEDFORD STORE ONLY A Perfect Lasting Gift For The Holiday Or For Any Time Each type l i framed In It i own unique styie.Each pic­ ture l> supplied with re­ searched Information and • hand written Guarantee on the back. A wax seal of au­ thenticity Is also Included. In most cases the en­ graving is mounted on a colour coordinated hand- beveled mat, finished with lines and wash where de­ sirable All Sale Priced Under $3500 All these antique prints have been acquired at art auctions and from private collector! In England, Ire­ land, and the rest of Europe. Subject Classifications ivch a$i • Vanity Fair Caricature Prints • Illustrated London News Prints • Fashion Prints • Sporting Prints • Rural Views of Ireland • Highlands of Scotland • London Scenes • English Countrysides Definition of \'Genuine Antique Print\ (1.) The paper containing the illustration and/or wording must be more than 50 years old. (2.) The illustration and/or wording must have been printed more than 50 years ago. (Over 90% of our prints were printed over 100 years ago.) In the case where prints have been restored, details are supplied on the handwritten guarantee at the back of the picture. \W Scottish &fjop\ Bedford Store Only! BEDFORD VILLAGE Hunfinf Ridge Mall Routt n 234-1700 Open Friday Nights Til Christmas

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