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New Castle tribune. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1927-????, September 17, 1959, Image 9

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North Westchester Times. New Castle Tribune, Mount Kiaco, N.Y., Sept. 17, 1959 JOHN R. TULLOCH of 27 West Way, chairman of the Mount Kisco Planning Board, is attending the three-day confer­ ence of New York State Feder­ ation of Planning Officials in Bmghamton Mr Tulloch. ac­ companied by MIN Tulloch left Tuesday, stopping at Utica. en route, where he left Mrs. Tul­ loch at the home of their son- in-law and a daughter Mr and Mrs. Roy C. Jennings. Mr. Tul­ loch arrived at Bingham ton on Wednesday for the conclave and uill finish .tomorrow Methodist Schedule Rally Day BEDFORD HILLS— Sunday. Sept. L >0. has been de­ signated as Rallv Dav at the Bed­ ford Hills Methodist Church There v ill be no 9 30 a m service that chv bui members of the congre­ gation and all Sunday Sehoo! stu­ dents will attend the 11 a m serv­ ice Regular Sunday School classes will begin the following Sunday, Srpt '21. Children from the ages of three through grade five will attend Sunday classes at 9 ?,0 a m. Children in grades six. seven, eight and nine will attend classes at 11 a m. Sunday, Sept. L'7 will also mark the return to the two regular Sun­ day services. During the Summer months only the earlier service was. held. Sen ices will be held at 9 30 a m. and at 11 a m. Beginning at 8.30 p m. on Thursday, Oct. 1 and continuing for six consecutive Thursdav eve­ nings, a Bible Study Class will be conducted bv the pastor, the Rev. Arthur W. Bloom in the Bur- bank Memorial Room of the Par­ ish House. Persons of all ages may attend. Chuck Roast 1800 Prizes Pound Ridge Players Set Three Shows POUND RIDGE— At a meeting Monday night at the Hiram Halle Library, the Pound Ridge Players unanimously accepted the program for the com­ ing year as announced by Presi dent Bud Bliven. The three plays chosen by the play reading committee for pre­ sentation tins season are. \Dia- bohque,\ by Dorothy and Michael Blankfort, which will be present­ ed Nov. 7 and 8 in the Pound Ridge School. \Diabolique\ is a mystery drama in two acts and was presented on Broadway un­ der the title, \Monique The second presentation will be the famous comedy wntten b> Jean Giraudoux. \Mad Woman of Chaillot.\ and will be presented on the stage of the Pound Ridge School on April 22 and 23. The Players' traditional outdoor summer performance will be held this year on July 8 and 9 and will feature Robert E. Sherwood's delightful comedy in three acts, \The Road to Rome.\ | Edward Marshner was named chairman of the Business Commit­ tee, Walter Hinkle and Sis Nor­ man, assistants, Jane Bliven. membership chairman. Joyce An­ derson, assistant; ticket chairman, Lou Lyman; advertising sales. Eu­ nice Wimpfheimer; subscriptions, .Laura April and publicity, first show, P. Burtchaell. The Pound Ridge Players, made up of a coterie of non-profession­ als, are an organization dedicated to amateur theatricals and invite your mquiry regarding member­ ship, tickets and schedule. For in­ formation call Pound Ridge 4-5813 AAUW Slates Tea Saturday MOUNT KISCO— The Mount Kisco Area Branch of the American Association of University Women will hold a tea Saturday, at 3 p.m., at the home of Mrs. P. L. Shawley, Linden Lane, Mount Kisco, honoring all mem­ bers of the branch who joined last season and welcoming new and prospective members. Mrs. John Shami, 2nd vice-pres ident and membership chairman, announces that two new members have joined the branch during the summer, Mrs. Robert W. Wilson of Mahopac and Mrs. Harold S. MacLaggan of Chappaqua. All women residents of the area who hold a baccalaureate, gradu­ ate or professional degree from any one of the several hundred AAUW-approved colleges and uni­ versities throughout the United States, as well as many in 48 for­ eign countries, are cordially invit­ ed to contact Mrs. Shami, 85 Com­ modore Road, Chappaqua, by let­ ter or by telephone (CH 1-1675, for further information regarding the announced Membership Tea or to make application for member­ ship. Regular meetings of the branch will be resumed on Wednesday, Oct. 7, and will be held on the i first Wednesday of each month » alternately afternoons and evenings thereafter through next June. Graded & Inspected by U.S.D.A. grading experts. You get the full cut of chuck. No tender lean meat removed. lb. Gold Bond ii/ctr eptember 14th-26th Fresh Beef Brisket A C'H-CO u Cu»s lb 79c 2 .-d Q-Ji pound Boneless Chucl Pot Roast ib 5' Corned Beef Frankfurters or Pastrami Vacuum Pack Armour Star Skinless V4 59= 'A 59< eef Rib Roast U. 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