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New Castle news. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1945-????, July 03, 1946, Image 2

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2 • NEW CASTLE NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1946 Driver's Licenses Available July 1 In order to avoid a last min­ ute rush, the period for renewal of three-year automobile opera­ tor's licenses which will expire September 30, has been advanc­ ed by two months and will open July 1. Licenses renewed will become valid on isssance and will con­ tinue in effect until September 30, 1949. An application blank may be requested by mail. When the blank is properly filled out, it should be returned, accompan­ ied by check or money order for the fee and the renewal stub of the current license. The fee is 50 cents for a one-year renewal, and $1.50 for a three- year period. If more than a year elapses after the expiration date, a new license test is required before a renewal will be granted. Delores Burklin Weds Robt. Reed Miss Delores Burklin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burklin of Castle Road, Chappaqua, was married to Robert B. Reed, Yeo­ man 3/c, U.S. N., of Everett, Massachusetts, at the Church of St. Mary the Virgin on Saturday afternoon. The Reverend Howard Perkins performed the double ring ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore an ivory brocade satin gown and a finger­ tip length veil trimmed with seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of of gardenias and lily of the val­ ley. Maid of honor was Miss Anne Stokes of Mount Kisco, and •bridesmaids were Miss Kitty Smith of Mount Kisco and Miss Carmela Bueti of Chappaqua. Carole Jean Burklin, four year old sister of the bride, was flower girl. Claude Hurd of Everett served as best man and the ushers were Harold Niehaus and Richard Burklin, Jr., brother of the bride. Following the ceremony a re­ ception was held at the Briar Oaks Restaurant. After a wedding trip in Con­ necticut, Mr. and Mrs. Reed will make their home in New London, where Mr. Reed is stationed at the submarine base. BEECHER FUNERAL HOMES 356 Manville Rd. Pleiasantville 1 288 E. Main St. Moint KISM 4070 The WATERCOLORS of RICHARD SORTOMME are now on display in the showroom of Robert Blacker 35 W. Main Street, Mt. Kisco WIRING For LIGHT, HEAT, POWER Estimates Given CALL BRICCETTI'S Mt. Kisco 4334 BICYCLES — at TRICYCLES rmflRin €LLI Si Cornell Haviland Fuel Co., Inc. COAL — FUEL OIL Serving This Community for Over 60 Years Pleasantville Phone 900 Chappaqua Phone 223 AMUSO MASON CONTRACTOR—GENERAL HOME REPAIR Specializing in Stone and Brickwork Plaster—Stucco, Fireplace and Terrace ROOF REPAIR — SINGLE or ROLL 205 Lexington Ave. Mt. Kisco 5401 Gall ul jjW Gle&ntiuf WHEN YOU WANT PROMPTNESS CONVENIENCE AND ECONOMY CHAPPAQUA STATEN ISLAND CLEANERS So. Greeley Avenue Tel. Chappaqua 287 FREE CALL AND DELIVERY SERVICE GUARANTEED RADIO SERVICE 48-HOUR SERVICE FOR MOST RADIOS BROUGHT IN! In stock—Batteries, Table Radios, Electric Phonographs, Intercommunication and Speaker System. County Seat Supply Company (Mt. Kisco Branch) 179-181 E. Main Street Mt. Kisco, N. Y. PAINTS—HARDWARE—ROOFING—WALLPAPER !-:.Hli V INCLUDE # We've borrowed these tliree quotations: \It fakes a tot of wiring to make a hows* a home!\ \Adequate Wiring for electricity is a t necessary as adequate piping for water.\ \Adequate Wiring will enab/e you to get the most from your c/ecf ric service.\ When there is not enough wiring in a house, lights are apt to grow dim, fuses \blow\ and appliances may not work at peak efficiency. So ... if you plan to build a new house or remodel your present home when conditions permit, be sure that the plans call for Adequate Wiring, to meet tomorrow's needs as well ns today's. New appliances and present ones in use cannot function economically and efficiently if the electrical wiring is inadequate! Put in Adequate Wiring from the start. It's much cheaper than adding new wire, outlets and switches later. A J 'y.**** «*««•,. \ DS 209 E. Main St., Mt. Kisco 5231 WESTCHESTER LIGHTING COMPANY Our Buiinest .Offices Will Be Closed Saturdays During July and August WAL>L>PAPE>R COMPANY. INe 363 MAMARONtOC AVENUE. WHITE HAINS.tif. FrlONE W.P.48I Near the Pix Theatre G.I. LOANS THE BANK FOR SAVINGS HAS AIDED MORE THAN 55 VET­ ERANS IN PURCHASING A HOME THROUGH A G.I. LOAN. Interest on the Full Amount of the Loan at 4 We Invite Your Application to THE BANK SAVINGS of Ossining OSSINING, NEW YORK Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation

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