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New Castle news. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1945-????, September 26, 1946, Image 10

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10 NEW CASTLE NEWS, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1946 (But Cjmttfje* Catholic Church of St. John and St. Mary, the Kev. Joseph E. Brady, pastor. Masses Sunday mornings at 8, 9:15, and 11:15; weekday mornings at 7:30. First Friday of the month Mass at 6:30 A.M. and Holy Communion at 7:30 and 8:00. Confessions, Saturday, 4- 5:45 P.M. and 7 - » P.M. Catholic — Millwood Our Lady by the Wayside Roman Catholic Church, Saw Mill River Road, Millwood Mass at 9:30 a.m.—Rev. Erkens. Episcopal Church of Saint Mary the Virfin The Rev. Howard D. Perkins, Rector. Schedule of Services: Sunday, 9 A. M., Holy Communion; 10:30 A. M., The Parish Eucharist and Sermon. Weekdays: Monday. 2:45 P. M. Religious Education Classes. Thursday, 8:15 P. M. Choir re­ hearsal under the direction of Mrs. Farley. Saints Days and Holy Days, 9:30 A. M. Other ser­ vices as announced on Sunday. Lutheran Church King- Street, Chappaqua, N. T. Rev. C. Roland Gerhold Sermon: \Marks of the King­ dom—Health.\ Saint John 5,1-14 Friends H i c k s i t e Friends Meeting, Quaker Road. 11 A.M. First Day (Sunday). Visitors welcome. Religious Society of Friends (Orthodox). King Street, Meet­ ing House. Meeting for Worship 11 A. M. First Day School, 10 First Congregational Church Chappaqua, New York Willard B. Soper, Minister Sunday, Sept. 29. 9:30 a. m. Church school. 11:00 a. m. Morning worship: Sermon—\Getting Along With Others.\ The Rev. Dr. Willard P. Soper, pastor <-f the Huguenot Memorial Church of Pelham Manor, will deliver the Sermon while the Service will be con­ ducted by his son. There will be a Sacrament of Baptism. Music for this service will in­ clude: Prelude; Arioso by Han­ del. Offertory: Intermezzo by Rheinberger. Postlude: Postlude in A by Faulkes. Anthem: O Lord We Beseech Thee by Marks. Thursday, October 3. 10:00 a. m. Women's Society Sewing meeting in the Undercroft. Cof­ fee and tea will be served. Christian Science First Church of Christ Sci­ entist, Pleasantville. Sunday services at 11 A.M. Sunday School at 9:30 A.M. Testimonial meet­ ing Wednesday at 8:15 P.M. Reading room, 40 Wheeler Avenue, open daily, except Sun-\ days and holidays from 12 to 5 Your doctor knows that fill­ ing a PRESCRIPTION is a job that requires exacting care. Accuracy, purity, and depend­ ability—three qualities -found in all prescriptions compound­ ed here. We use the finest and best drugs available. Chappaqua Pharmacy WILLIAM HABER, Ph. G. King Street Next to Post Office CHAP. 739 Award Badges (Continued from Page 1) highest number of points and as last year's winner will be guests of the committee at the Army- West Virginia football game at West Point on Nov. 2. Boy Scouts who directed Den activities as Chiefs last year will also be ta­ ken to the game as guests of the Committee. Cub Scout David Denniston presented a plaque to George B. Warburton in recognition of his services as chairman of the 1945 committee and Cub Scout Bill Hanson awarded another plaque to Juan Chaudruc, member of last year's committee who this year will act as liaison between the Chappaqua Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts. In the presence of their par­ ents the following Cubs were awarded badges at the Pack meeting: Douglas Grafflin, Wolf Badge; Billy Hoeft, Wolf Gold Arrow; and David Denniston, Wolf Silver Arrow. Tel. Chappaqua 859 Free Estimates Dumas Painting & Contracting Co. Exterior and Interior Robert G. Dumas Hillholme, Chappaqua, N. Y. CHAPPAQUA COAL & FEED CO., Inc. Telephone 158 L. L. Kopp NOW. AVAILABLE CEMENT and SAND and LIME WEED KILLER COOKING CHARCOAL SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINTS VIGORO fertilizers INSECTICIDES AGRICO fertilizers GAINES DOG FOOD LAWNSEEDS choice-highgrade ARMSTRONG DOG FOOD PHONES Pleasantville 350 Pleasantville 351 EVANS MT. PLEASANT VAN & STORAGE, INC. Moving — Storage Rug Cleaning — Fur Storage Crating and Shipping Nation-Wide Movers of Household Goods 68-70 Sarles Lane Pleasantville, N. Y. M. F. Holmes, Manager Guests of the Pack at the' meeting were the Rev. Willard B. Soper, representing Troop 2 of the Boy Scouts, and William A. Lee, assistant Scout Executive of the Fenimore Cooper Council, of White Plains. Den Mothers and their assis­ tants who were awarded certifi­ cates of appreciation for their services last year included Mrs. Kenneth Wright, Mrs. Eugene Gedney, Mrs Noel Grady, Mrs. Donald Macaulay, Mrs Norman Marsh, Mrs William Chappell, Mrs Charles Saari, and Mrs. Charles Deyo. WIRING For LIGHT, HEAT, POWER Estimates Given CALL BRICCETTI'S Mt. Kisco 4234 A new navigational control in­ strument—an automatic pilot— couples a compass to a gyroscope in such a way that each corrects the errors of the other. GENERAL CONTRACTOR Additions — Roofing Remodeling Insulation — Carpentry Asbestos Siding SALVATOR J. PAGANO 410 Broadway THORNWOOD, N. Y. Tel. Pleas. 623 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 EYESIGHT IS PRICELESS LIGHT IS CHEAP Enough Light IN THE RIGHT PLACES PROTECTS EYESIGHT VETERANS of OVERSEAS SERVICE NORTH WESTCHESTER POST No. 2721 Richard Burklin, Commander Castle Road, Chappaqua L PLACE LAMPS in a correct posi­ tion on the desk or table. For right- handed people this would be at the left, thus keeping the writing surface free of those irritating shadows! HELP PROTECT those bright, sparkling eyes with proper light­ ing! Chase out the shadows ... avoid glare. Both are annoying and harmful to the eyes. Use balanced lighting—enough light to see easily. THIS IS A GOOD TIME TO 'LIGHT CHECK\ YOUR HOME Children are back to school, using their eyes many more hours for studying and reading. Days are becoming shorter, too. Proper Lighting can help keep their precious eyes young; can aid them to do better work. • Are all the light sockets filled with the correct size bulbs? • Are the lamps, reflectors and shades clean? • Are light-colored shades, or shades with white linings being used? 9 Are the lamps placed at the point of use where studying and reading are done? WESTCHESTER LIGHTING COMPANY

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