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Patent trader. (Mount Kisco, N.Y.) 1956-current, December 07, 1972, Image 18

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18 — PATENT TRADER Thursday, Dec. 7,1972 eft - f ..... m . WHEN YOU SHOP WHITE- - it v PRICES EFFECTIVE THRU SAT., DEC. 9th save $ 3 to $ 6 on men's and boys' warm winter outerwear men's OUR REG. 14.97 TO 15.97 boys' $3 OUR REG. 10.97 TO 12.97 Huge collection of outer­ wear in all the newest styles for men and boys reduced to these prices. Find Nor- folks, trench, bush, pea coats, parkas, ski jackets, more! In wools, nylons, vin­ yls, corduroys. All fully lined for extra warmth Men's sizes S.M.L.XL, and 36-46, Boys' sizes 8-18. no-iron sport shirts men's 2.99 OUR REG. 3.99 boys' 1.99 OUR REG. TO 2.99 Fabulous selection' Polyester-cotton with long sleeves, novelty col­ lars, pockets, more Solids or fancies Men's S.M.L.XL Boys' 8-18 men's and boys' flannel pajamas boys' /v fc P RS.%# OR 1.59 PR. '*X >UR REG. 1.99 PR. men's 5.50 OR 2.88 PR. OUR REG. 3.67 PR. Cozy warm cotton flannel for chilly Winter nights. With elastic, waist, full piping and taping. Assorted prints Men's sizes A.B.C.D, Boys' sizes 8 to 16. •i Town by town (Continued from Page 17) North Salem LINDEN FARRAR 669-5341 The Youth Center committee is seeking donations of several items for use in the new Youth Center room at Purdys School. Anyone wishing to donate a record player, games, current rock records, or an artificial Christmas tree and decorations should contact John McGovern, Clubhouse Road, Brewster. All donations of money received will be used for the purchase of additional equipment. A collection box at the Robusto Store-Putnam Na­ tional Bank Building in Croton Palls has been set up to receive all donations of gifts for the \Presents for Patients\ pro­ gram, Mental Health Associa­ tion, northeast branch. The presents should be new, marked as to age and sex of the intended recipient, and gift- wrapped. Presents may include items of clothing — socks, slippers, stockings, lingerie, shirt or blouse, sweater, trousers or dress, games, books, puzzles, cards, paints, knitting projects, or toys; useful items such as pens, sta­ tionery, a wallet, cosmetics and toilet articles, a pipe and tobacco, candy, cookies, or chewing gum, or a greeting card with a dollar or two enclosed A special display of holiday books on decorations and tradi­ tions of the season will be on display throughout December at North Salem Free Library The amnesty on overdue books also continues throughout the month THIS WEEK Saturday—Heaven Hill Hand­ icrafts will hold a seminar in knitted mittens, using four needles, from 10 a m to 1 p.m. at the shop on Hawley Road Participants may register with Mrs. Robert Taylor, Hawley Road Waterview Hills Nursing Center will hold its annual Christmas bazaar for the ben­ efit of the patients' fund from 10 am to 4 p m Handcrafted items and baked goods are of­ fered for sale Sunday — North Salem League of Women Voters in­ vites all residents to attend its fund-raising cocktail party at the Hammond Museum, De- veau Road, from 8:30 to 8:30 p.m. Tickets, at $5 per couple, may be purchased by con­ tacting Mrs. Daniel Donovan, Sunset Drive, or any league member. Wednesday — The morning unit of the environmental quali­ ty committee will be held al 9 30 a.m. at Purdys Methodist Church. A curbside collection of glass and aluminum will be held from 8:30 a.m. to dusk in Election District 3. Pleasantville ANN McCABE 7694537 The Pleasantville Contem­ porary Club will begin the holi­ day season with entertainment by their choral group at the meeting Tuesday, 8 15 p.m. at the Methodist Church. Under the direction of Mrs Kenneth Riehl, the chorus will sing traditional and modern Christ­ mas carols. Another highlight of the eveing will be beauty tips from Vicki Curtis of An­ thony and Cleopatra, Inc. The Middle School Student Council is holding its annual book fair through Friday The sale of new paperback books will be at the Middle School Library between 3 and 4 p.m The public is invited The Rev. William Studwell, pastor of Pleasantville Method­ ist Church, has been appointed by the village board to the Nar­ cotics Guidance Council \Gold Passes\ are available to any district resident, 62 years of age or older, or retired persons of any age They entitle the holder to free admission to all school events normally open to the public, including sport events, dramatic performances and concerts, as well as all adult education classes Those interested should write or visit the District Office, 325 Manville Road. Emergency school closing in­ formation has been posted When weather or other condi-' tions make it inadvisable to open schools, one long blast of the fire horn will be given be­ tween 7 20 and 7 40 a m \No school\ information will also be heard over radio stations, WFAS 1230, WVIP 1310 and WOR 710. For information, call the District office. Residents are urged not to call the police. Rotary Club of Pleasantville will meet at 12:15 p.m, at Lucien's Wishing Well, State Road, Briarcliff, to hear from the Westchester Coalition for Legal Abortion today (Thursday). THIS WEEK Today (Thursday) — Wres­ tling night and registration for boys in grades 5 through 8, will be at the Middle School gym 7:30 p.m. with a NCAA film and demonstration by the high school team. Friday — International Buffet sponsored by Iota of Pleasantville High School will be at the Methodist Church from 5 to 8 p.m. It is a benefit for New York Indians. Saturday — Christmas Ba­ zaar, Pleasantville High School Amicus Society, at the Plea­ santville Recreation Building runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. as a benefit for Save the Children Fund. Sunday — Hans Brinker will be shown at 1 p.m. at high school. Tickets are $1.50 at door, and benefit Pleasantville International Association. New­ comers Club \Noel Family Day\ is at Elks Club, Mt. Kisco, 3 to 8 p.m. Tuesday — Pleasantville Se­ nior Center Christmas party is in the recreation building from 11 30 a m. Public work session of the board of education, is at 8 15 p.m. at the Middle School. Wednesday — Monthly news­ paper curbside pick-up. Plea­ santville Lodge F&AM annual meeting is at 8 p.m., 283 Man­ ville Road Pound Ridge JUNE KURDELL 764-4342 The Pound Ridge Newcomers Club holiday lunch will feature musical entertainment by Liv Leftwich, who will sing songs from her native homeland, Norway. Her accompanist will be pianist Elizabeth Porter A gourmet meal and rose punch is planned for the lunch Tuesday, noon, at the home of Mr and Mrs. Norman Gorin, (Continued on Page 20) The important Christmas gift Accutron' by Bulova You haven't a minute to lose. Or gain. Not when you shop for Accutron, the watch that gives you tuning fork time, guaranteed accurate to within a minute a month.* We have a superb selection of Accutron watches, styled to suit that special man on your gift list. Accutron by Bulova From $110 A) 24 hour dial. Railroad Approved $125. B) CHt and black target dial Gilt edfed itrap. $113. C) Stainless steel. Depth-tatted to 666 feet. $113. D) UK solid fold Calendar Tortoise-tone dial (250. E) Two time lone watch Stainless steel $175. F) Gilt dial. 10K gold filled basketweave band $11$. G) Bold brass hour markers Silver dial $200 ADDESSI JEWELRY STORES Diamonds • Sterling • China • Crystal 272 Main St. 147 Main St. 387 Main St. 72 Elm St. 78 Main St. Danbury Danbury Ridgefield NewCanoan Brewster 744-2555 744-3611 438-6549 966-8705 279-8077 •Ws will adjust to this tolerance, if necessary. Querents* Is for on* veer

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