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New Castle news. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1945-????, December 22, 1950, Image 10

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10 © NEW CASTLE NEWS, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1950 Mount Kisco Merry - Go - Round The Rosary Auxiliary of St. Francis Church held its annual Christmas party on Wednesday -.in the church, and gifts were ex­ changed. The Woman's Society for Christian Service study and ac- The 25th anniversary of the founding of the Lion's Club was celebrated last week with a din­ ner dance held at the Mount Kisco Country Club. Edmund Northrup was dinner chairman and Rev. Lee M .Fairchild gave win McCall and Alex Opolus. Mr .and Mrs. Donald Sola of Ithaca, New York, will be the Christmas weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Birch of Moger Avenue. tion group of the Methodist the invocation. Charter members Church met last week to hear present were John B. Foster, Ed­ gar C. Anderson, Harry P. Black- by, Alexander Hamilton, Clifton B. White, O. E. T. Schonfield and William J. Towey. Four found­ ers present were Henry C. Adams, William J. O'Brien, Ed- Miss Nellie Burton speak on \Symbolism in Christian Wor­ ship.\ Mrs. Roderick MacKenzie, Mrs. Hazel Johannessen and Mrs. Fred Dryer were hostesses for the meeting. John Richard, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Nat Vittorini of Maple Avenue, was baptized last Sunday in St. Francis Church. Mr. and Mrs. John MacDonald of Maple Avenue are god pa­ rents for their nephew. The Rev. Charles Gehrmann officiated at the ceremony. The baby was born November 12 in Northern Westchester Hospital. Miss Margaret Fox is making airangemcnts for a theatre party to be enjoyed by the mem­ bers of the Ladies' Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in New York City on January 7. Parents who attended a tea ];-..-,! v»eek in the third grade c. l .i -sroom of Mrs. Thomas Ran­ ger were Mmes. Richard Bierre- gaard, Andrew Zuccaro, Isadore Mark, Ernest Lareginia, August Bdgna.to, Nicholas Cosentmo, Ro­ te it Haig, George Van Marter, Louis Warner, Harry Leviton, Andrew Anderson, William Skin- . ncr, Joseph Tansey and Perry Trafoord, West and Harold Jen- liings. A community Christmas carol sing will be held in front of the Municipal Building tonight. Church choirs are expected to join the singing. Santa Claus made a special Zrtup to Abel's Department Store on Saturday to listen to the re­ quests of Mount Kisco young­ sters. A Christmas concert and carol service by the senior and junior rhoiis of the Methodist Church vas held on Sunday at 4:30. Dr. Norton Lindsley sang \The Lord Is Mv Light\ and Mrs. W. R. 3\ckiidge organist, played sev- pi al pieces. PANCAKE DANCE The High School group of the Church of St. Mary the Virgin, I happaqua, has completed its pirns for the second donation : J r.eake dance, Friday, Decem- v I r 2:) The affair at tho home ' Gurney Williams, Douglas Road, Chappaqua, will begin at '<•'• p. m., and breakfast will be scivcd at 12:30. Donations will be added to the group's Parish House fund. Miss Barbara Stahl, chairman of the dance committee, may be called for further information. Graduates of Horace Greeley and students from other schools v. 1! be welcomed by the local gi- nip The party is planned dur­ ing the holiday season as a get- together for all Chappaqua young people and their house guests. Pianos Consoles & Spinets. Hardman, Wurlitzer, Lester, Minnipiano, Kohler & Campbell, Kimball. New & used. From $395. Finest selection of re-built grands in Westchester including Steinways, other fine names. Small mahog­ any grand $385. Terms. County Piano Co. 32 So. Lexington, White Plains 9-4080. 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