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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, April 24, 1958, Image 12

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12 North Westchester Times, Mt. Kisco, N. Y., April 24, 1958^ New Castle Tribune, Chappaqua, N. Y., April 24, 1958 5 Garden Clubs Support Tulip Festival on May I Bedford's third annual tulip fes­ tival will be held at Sharlach's Hardware starting next Thursday, May 1, and continuing through Saturday, May 3, with five garden clubs participating in three classes of arrangements. The clubs taking part include the Bedford Garden Club, Mrs. James Edgar, chairman; Rusticus Garden Club, Mrs. Earl Smith, chairman; the Pound Ridge Garden Club, Mrs. James Sachs, the Middle Patent Garden Club, Mrs. Walter Hoblin, chairman, and the Brews­ ter Garden Club, Mrs. Arthur Vail Jr., chairman. Prizes will be awarded next yr N ouNC'\g ORIGINAL As advertised on \HANSEL and GRETEL,\ ygm Rexall's NBC TV-Radio Show, and in THIS WEEK, PARADE, PROGRESSIVE FARMER, FARM JOURNAL and SUNDAY NEWSPAPERS. 6 GREAT DAYS MON. thru SAT. APRIL 28,29,30, MAY I, 2, 3 HUNDREDS OF BARGAINS! Buy one item of regulor price-—get onother for only a penny more! Stock op ond save on—medicine chest needs, vitamins, stationery, toys, toiletries, candy, every­ day needs and many more. Come in for your ADVANCE SHOPPING LIST Check your needs in advance. Reserve your merchandise now while stocks are complete. Pick it up any time during the sale. RO-BALL DEODORANT ASPIRIN 211- 2 for 70c Antioerspirant. rolls on easily without waste. 2 for 60c None finer made! 5-grain tablets. Reg. 30c 36's 2 for .31 Reg. 14c 12 's 2 for .13 PANOVITE with Minerals 100 'S 2 for 4.96 Multivitamins Including 8-12 plus 12 minerals. Mi 31 ANTISEPTIC SOLUTION 2 for 90c Pint Reg. 89c Multi-purpose Kilts contacted germs when used full strength. GIANT SIZE AEROSOL SHAVE CREAMS A Each 10 or., Reg. 98c 2 f Or 99c Rexall Ready Shave • Lavender Mentholated • Rex • Lavender ?e*o£t PRO-CAP ADHESIVE TAPE W x 10 yd. or 1\ x 5 yd., Reg. 43c A f nr AM. Waterproof, flexible, less irritating. •* ADRIENNE HAIR SPRAY 11 oi. aerosol, Reg. 1.89 £ fop 1,90 Ideal for quick pin-ups. Non-lacquer, lanolin-enriched! fCUNM) GLYCERIN SUPPOSITORIES Adult's or infant's. 12 's, Reg. 53c 2 for 54c 89c ELITE CRUSHED RIPPLE POUND PAPER or ENVEL0PES..2 for .90 79c REXALL RUBBING ALCOHOL COMPOUND, Pint 2 for .80 1.75 ADRIENNE BATH POWDER with velour puff. Large box....2 for 1.76 35c SACCHARIN TABLETS, Y* gr.-100's 2 for .36 10c BOBBY PINS, black or bronze, 18's 2 for .11 39c KLENZO TOOTH BRUSHES ..... .. 2 for .40 10c POWDER PUFFS, foam rubber „ 2 for .11 10c HELEN CORNELL HAIR NETS 2 for .11 25c ELITE LINEN INK TABLETS OR ENVELOPES... 2 for .26 25c COMMERCIAL ENVELOPES 2 pkgs. .26 BONUS BUYS NOT ON 1< SALE PLAN BUT SPECIAL BARGAINS! 69c 98c REXALL AEROSOL TOOTH PASTE. 7 oz. can ...... 1.59 Value Rexall Fluoride or pH7, 3 tubes 99e 3.00 VALUE L0RIE FLORAL BOUQUET BUBBLE BATH. 20 packets per box. QD A BUBBLE BATH. 3 boxes .... 301* 3.75 VALUE ADRIENNE INDELO LIPSTICKS. Buy 3 and Save 1 OK 2.501 3 for .. „ I .ZD plus Federal Tax 1.09 VALUE REXALL fiUlK- BANDS. 72 adhesive bandages Sav» 30c. NOW ONLY .. .„. 1.25 VALUES EVERYDAY- GREETING CARDS. 16-French- fold or 14 Golden Pastel .... 12.95 VALUE LADIES' FIESTA WRIST WATCH. Save 6.29! NOW 9.S5 Value Men's Wrist Watch., on Some Items 79c 59c • 6.66 6.66 Chappaqua PHARMACY 74 King St. CHappaqua 1-0739 6,000 ALL-TRANSISTOR RADIOS TO BE GIVEN AWAYl —« Just ask any Rexall salesperson about SUPER PLENAMINS. No purchase necessary to win. Thursday at 11:30 a.m. by well known garden club judges. Many Bedford Village store windows will display arrangements made by members of the five garden clubs taking part. There will be a public ballot for popular choice following the judges award. Prizes will be given for both the Judges choice and popular ballot. \Bedford Honour\ a new Dar­ win tulip, named for the H. C. VVhiteman estate in Bedford, will still be shown exclusively at this festival. Five thousand fresh cut tulip blooms will be flown in from Holland to be displayed during the three days. New Citizens Take Oaths At Ceremony Naturalization ceremonies for new citizens were conducted Thurs­ day in Sate Supreme Court cham­ bers. Among those naturlized were: John Mader of 98 Harding Ave., Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Frew of 22 Woodcrest Ave., Spiros Soulias of 215 Hamilton Ave., Frederick Houston of 15 Quimby Ave., Fredench Golgert of 15 Odell Ave., Patrick Gilroy of 121 Westchester Ave. and Maria Jaronski of 14 Soundview Ave., all White Plains. Zareh Tchetcheyan of 123 Brew­ ster Rd., Claude Poncelet of 2 Elmdorf Dr., Ottilie Mateshov of 50 Cushman Rd. and Mary Ciam- pannelli of 140 Brook St., all Scars- dale. Klaus Lackschewitz of 259 Fort Hill Rd., Greenville, Alfonso Milio- to of 21 Cooley St. and Calogero Vella of 393 Manville Rd . both Pleasantville, and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Zsako of 42 Underhill Ave., Silver Lake. Dancing Class Ends Season With Party The annual party which culmi­ nates a successful year for the seventh and eighth graders who have been ejoying the social danc­ ing class conducted by Jeremiah Richards of New York and spon­ sored by John Jay High School Parent-Teachers Association, will take place Friday evening May 2, from 8-10 P.M. at the Lewisboro School in South Salem. Invitations will be sent out by the dancing class committee head­ ed by Mrs. James Beardsley of Katonah and Mrs. Harold McCarty of Truesdale Lake. Other mem­ bers of the committee are Mrs. George Vierling, Mrs. Victor Hom- berg, Mrs. William Moore, and Mrs. Leonard Hall. The party will be run by Mr. Richards, who will provide both a piano player and a drummer to accompany the young dancers. Re­ freshments will he served. NY Folder Promotes Spring Blossomtime New York State's springtime flor­ al attractions are described in a folder today by the New York State Department** of Commerce. \Blossomtime is one of the most wonderful seasons for sight­ seeing in New York State,\ Com­ missioner Edward T. Dickinson points out. \Miles and miles of apple and cherry blossoms pro­ vide an exquisite pageant of color hrough the orchard countries of the Hudson and Champlain vallie,s and the Lake Ontario region. In late May and June New York's meadows are filled with wild flowers.\ A section of the folder is de­ voted to these wild flowers. A second lists the approximate dates for a number of floral displays in various parts of the state and gives detailed information for motoring tours through apple blossom areas. Free copies of \Springtime is Blossomtime in New York State\ may be obtained from the New York State Department of Com­ merce, 112 State Street, Albany 7, N. Y. TENNIS POSTPONED BRIARCUFF MANOR- The tennis match between Briar- cliff and Fox Lane, scheduled for April 16 at Briarcliff was post­ poned to a later date. Get Dependable Home Heating WITH (Esso) HEATING OIL • burns HOT and CLEAN • assures TOP burner performance Automatic Delivery Service YOU ALWAYS have an ample supply BURKE FUEL & HEATING CO. 475 Commerce Street . Hawthorne, N.Y. ROgers 9-5050 Days ROgers 9-5053 Nights YOUR CHOICE ALL AT ONE LOW PRICE THE SHERWOOD Value $269! Only $16.90 down THREE DAYS ONLY! CUSTOM MADE FULL SIZE CONVERTIBLES FROM OUR \NEW TREND\ SERIES... JUST ONE LOW PRICE, BUT 30 STYLES, HUNDREDS OF FABRICS AND COLORS! The famous \New Trend\ series—at home in any home—and now yours at a very special price! We combined the buying power of 8 Castro Plants to bring you this out­ standing value... this lowest possible price! Hurry in to see this truly huge choice and, in addition, see other fine Castro Convertible values qn display in our showrooms. 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