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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, April 10, 1958, Image 9

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North Westchester Times, Mi Klsco, N. Y., April 10, 1958 [ New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y, April 10, 1953 Dads Help Students Design New Sets for Junior Show \Rough an' Ready\ the Horace Greeley High School junior class musical is rapidly shaping up und­ er the direction of Jimmy Leyden and Lee Benjamin. It will be pre­ sented in the High School auditor­ ium on April 17, 18, and 19 for the benefit of the Chapgaqua Dads scholarship fund. Jimmy and Lee have created a fast-moving original musical based on a little known but highly in­ teresting development in the early history of the American West. Dur­ ing the 1850's in an area which is now part of eastern California, several small adjacent mining camps, as a result of what they felt was a miscarriage of justice, decided to secede from the U.S.A., naming the country \Rough an' Ready\. Everything went well un­ til the women began to pine for a return to more civilized ways. They also wanted to celebrate the approaching 4th of July which had no meaning in this new country. Those ladies made life so unbear­ able for their husbands that the BIGGEST, BUNNY_ anywhere around was this flat footed rabbit which found its way to the child­ ren's ward of Northern Westches­ ter Hospital on Easter. Created of papier mache, wire and rubber cement by Miss Josephine Bur- chell of Chappaqua, a Reader's Digest employee, it was on dis­ play at the Digest last week. Here the bunny 78 inches tall, loms higher than Miss Burchell, uho made the creature on \a weekend and two evenings.\ CHURCH OF OUR REDEEM­ ER: Lutheran, King Street. Sunday School and Bible Class. 9:45 a.m. Worship Service, 11 a.m. Nursery conducted duri n g service Chappaqua Dancers Appear In 'Cinderella* Ballet Sunday On the last day of Easter va­ cation, this Sunday, at 3:30 p.m. the Westehester Ballet Company offers the favorite fairytale ballet, \Cinderella\, complete with fairy godmother, her mice and coach­ men, and of course, Prince Charming. Cinderella is danced by the petite ballerina, Sandra Santry, of Ossining, and the fairy godmother by Regina Simon, formerly of Scarborough. It is performed to the\ music of Prokofiev. Karen Lossing of Chappaqua will dance the role of a ballroom lady in \Cinderella.\ and of one of the sisters in \The Dancing Princesses\. Also from Chappa­ qua will be Geri Molfese and Janet Wallace as coachmen in \Cinderella\; and Tamara Res- nick and Robin Durst as little mice in the same ballet. Melissa Pillon will be one of the maids in \The Dancing Princesses\. Also in the cast are Ann and Kathy Byrne of Millwood Rd., Mount Kisco. \The Dancing Princesses\ is the companion fairytale on the pro­ gram. Making her debut in the lead role is Anita Goldsmith of Ossining. This is a story of a young peasant boy, who, with the aid of a fairy, learns the secret of the seven dancing princesses, and so wins the hand of the most lovely princess. Iris Merrick, director-choreo grapher of the Westchester Ballet Company, has composed a new Ballet, \Caprice\, set to music of Shostakovich. It will have its pre­ miere performance at the County $125 LIGHT BILL MOUNT VERNON — An illegal light flashing on a car grill add­ ed up to a lot of trouble for Mar­ iano Valenti, twenty-seven, of 80 Gramatan Ave. Such a light is permitted only on emergency ve hides. Patrolman picked up Val­ enti, noted he was driving while license was suspended April 7 Valenti was fined $100 for the driving offense and $25 for using the illegal light. His license was revoked. Center on Sunday, along with the two fairytale ballets. This performance is the last scheduled for the County Center this season. The Company will, however, give two more P T.A. benefit performances, one on April 19 at the George M. Davis Elementary School, New Rochelle. and the other on May 10 at Cro- ton-Harmon High School. Church Services only recourse was to rejoin the Union. John Morris, James Roosa, and Al Hefner, working with a com­ mittee of students, have designed new sets which are being construct­ ed by members of the class. An­ other group of juniors is busy preparing costumes. The net proceeds from \Hearts for Susan\ last year's production, enabled the Dads' to give two scholarships to outstanding stu­ dents of Horace Greeley. The en­ tire proceeds from the musical, after production costs were deduct­ ed went into those awards. Tickets for \Rough An' Ready\ can be purchased from any mem­ ber of the junior class. The Dads' have voted to donate all new pro­ ceeds over and above the amount necessary to provide the two main scholarships, to the Horace Gree­ ley Educational Fund administer­ ed by Dr. Donald Miles, principal of the Horace Greeley High School and a member of the Dads Club. First National Super Market, 41 Moger Avenue, ML Kisco CHURCH OF ST. JOHN AND ST. MARY: Catholic, the Rev Louis A. Stryker. pastor. Sunday Masses at 7:30. 9, 10 and 12 a.m. First Friday of month Masses at 6.30 a.m. Hours for Confession: Saturday. Thursday evenings b<: fore the First Fridays and Eves, of Holy Days—afternoons 4 to 5:30 pm. and evening 7 to 3:30 Holy Day Masses at 6; 30, 8. 9 and 10 a.m. EVIDENCE IN THE SNOW MOUNT VERNON — Because a patrolman noted that tracks in the snow led to a factory but that no tracks led back to the street, Louis Salaris of the Bronx is be­ ing held for the grand jury. Charged with burglary of Evans Manufacturing Co., where he is a sheetmetal worker, Salaris is out on $2,000 bail. Police surrounded building March 21 when one-way tracks were noted, nabbed Salaris as he fled from rear door. Gospel Team Guest in Area This Weekend The Pleasantville Presbyterian Church will be host to a Gospel Team from Princeton Theological Seminary this weekend. Members of the team will be Miss Barbara Roche whose home is in Nevada and who is a grad­ uate of Stanford University, in California; Miss Karin Winroth, whose home is in Chicago, and who is a graduate of George Washington University. Washing­ ton, D C. Both Miss Roche and Miss Winroth are studying to be directors of Christian Education Also on the team will be - Robert Blackstone, a Middler at semin­ ary and treasurer of the student body, who was born and raised in China, is a. graduate of the Uni­ versity of California at Los An­ geles, Calif, and is studying to enter the Mission Field; Richard Leon, whose home is Seattle, and who is a junior at seminary, a graduate of the University of Washington, and is studying to be a pastor. On Saturday, the team will have supper and an evening program with the Senior High Westminster Fellowship Group of the church. On Sunday, the members of the Gospel Team will participate in both the 9:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. worship services, and also in the Junior and Junior High depart­ ments of the Sunday Church School In the afternoon, the high school young people, under the leader­ ship of the Gospel Team, will con­ duct a youth visitation in the homes of other young people who are members of the parish. At 7:00 p.m., two of the team members will meet with the Junior High Westminster Fellowship. At 7:30 p.m., the other team mem­ bers will meet with the Senior High Fellowship, and their guests, the Senior High young people from the Ossining Presbyterian Church, and the Scarborough Presbyterian Church. Over the weekend, the team will be entertained in the homes of members of the congregation. CHURCH OF ST. MARY THE VIRGIN: Episcopal, South Gree­ ley Avenue, the Rev. Reginald G. Stewart, rector The Rev. H. M. Palmer, associate. Holy-Commun­ ion Sundays at 8 a m. and 11 a m (also 9.45 a.m. the first Sunday of each month). Thursdays at 9 a.m. and Holy Days at 7 and 9 3 m. Morning Prayer Sundays at 9*45 a.m. (except first Sundav of each month). Thursday and Holy Days: 8:45 am. Church School on Sunday at 9:30 a.m. EMANUEL LUTHERAN: Man- ville Road, Pleasantville, the Rev. John R. Pearson, pastor Sunday. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Class; 10:45 a m. Morning Wor­ ship. FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIENTIST: 219 Bedford Road, Pleasantville, Sunday School and Church at U a.m. Wednesday eve­ ning services at 8:15 p.m. Read­ ing Room at 40 Wheeler Avenue open daily 12 to 5 o'clock except on Sunday and Holidays. FIRST CONGREGATIONAL: Orchard Ridge Road. Chappaqua The Rev. Kenneth E. Nye, min­ ister. The Rev. Alfred D. Moore, associate. Sunday Service ind Church School at 9*30 and 11'15. Nursery maintained in Parish House. METHODIST: Bedford Road, Pleasantville, the Rev. Kenneui E. Hoover, pastor assistant Church School classes for all ages at 9:30 a.m. Worship with sermon at 11 a.m. Junior Hi MYF 5 p.m.; Senior Hi MYF 6:30 p.m. CHURCH OF THE RESUR­ RECTION: United Lutheran, East Main St. a n d S. Bedford Rd.. Mount Kisco, the Rev. Robert E Heffner, pastor. Matins Worship 8 a.m.'- Sunday School and Adult Bible Class, 9:30 a.m.; Worship Service, 11 a m. Child Care dur­ ing the 11 a.m. Worship. OUR LADY BY THE WAY­ SIDE: Catholic, Millwood, the Rev. Albert A. Pickney, pastor; Rev. Robert Loftus. assistant. Sunday Mass at 9:30 a.m. with Confessions before Mass. Sunday School following Mass. PRESBYTERIAN: Pleasantville The Rev. Edward I. Campbpll, D.D. Minister. The Rev. J. Rich art Hart, S T M. Associate Minis­ ter. Worship services 9:30 and 11 a.m. Sunday School 9:30 and 11 a.m. Junior and Senior High Fel- owship 7 p.m. UNITED CLEANERS & DYERS 27 East Main Street Mt. Kisco TEL. MO 6-4246 KIRTS Not Pleated WEATERS CLEANED and FINISHED 35 EACH EXPERT RUG CLEANING *** By the Best Known Method So Far Produced By Science \Over 50 Years Experience\ RELIGIOUS SOCDETY OF FRIENDS: King St. Meeting for Worship 11 a.m. First Day School. 10 a.m. Mid-Week Worship and Study Group Thursday evenings, 8:15 p.m. RELIGIOUS SOCIETY OF FRIENDS: Quaker St. Meeting for Worship, 11 a.m. ST. MARK'S CHURCH: Epis­ copal, Mount Kisco, the Rev. Col­ in Lee, rector; the Rev. Samuel W. Ishibashi, curate. Sundays: 8 a.m., Holy Communion; 9:15 a.m. Church School and Family Ser­ vices; 11 a.m. Morning prayer and on First Sundays, Holy Com­ munion. TEMPLE BETH EL OF NORTH ERN WESTCHESTER: King St and Orchard Ridge Road, Chap­ paqua, Solomon K. Kaplan, Rabbi Friday night services at 8:45 p.m Religious School Sunday 10 a.m Religious School Slnday 10 a.m., Pleasantville Cottage School. NO TOKEN PARKING MOUNT VERNON-Mount Ver non will not use meter tokens as a means of providing free park­ ing for shoppers in its new S. Third Avenue parking lot. Com­ mon Council has asked police de­ partment to prepare specifications for the purchase of 111 coin park­ ing machines .there. Chamber of Commerce question­ naire to 250 area merchants seek ing opinion on tokens or giving of new nickels by stores for shopper parking, brought 53 answers. Of these, 19 favored tokens, 23 liked nickels and 11 gave ideas of their own. Bosco Syrup * 12-OZ JAR . 35C Bosco Syrup 63c 24 OZ JAR Nu-Soft FABRIC SOFTNER 16 OZ BTL 43< Pal 4 moiive Soap 39c REG CAKES Palmoli moiive Soap 29c BATH CAKES Cashmere Soap BOUQUET 4 REG CAKES 39^ Cashmere Soap BOUQUET 2 BATH CAKES 29^ Vel SQAP POWDER LGEPKG 33C Vel LIQUID DETERGENT 12-OZ CAN 39< Fab LGE PKG 32« Ad RED LGE PKG 33. 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