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New Castle news. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1945-????, July 20, 1951, Image 8

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8 • NEW CASTLE NEWS, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1951 0uv Cfjurcfte* Church of St. John and St. Mary (Roman Catholic;) Chappaqua, N. Y. Rev. Joseph E. Brady, pastor Masses —Sunday, 8, 9:15, 11:15 a.m.: weekdays, 7:3J a.m. First Friday of the month, mass at 6:30 a .m.; Holy Communion, 7:30, 8 a.m. Confessions — Saturday, 4 to 5:45 p.m.; 7 to 9 p.m. Church of St. Mary the Virgin (Episcopal) Chappaqua, N. Y. Rev. Howard D. Perkins, Reotor Summer Schedule Sunday 9:30 a.m. The Parish Bucharist and sermon. Religious Society of Friends (Orthodox) King Street Meeting House Chappaqua, N. Y. Meeting for worship, 11 a.m. First Day school, 10 a.m. The Presbyterian Church Pleasantville, N. Y. Edward I. Campbell, Minister Max R. House, Youth Director Sunday, July 22 9 a.m. Early service for medi tation and prayer. 11 a.m. Union worship service. Theme, \The Revelation in the Wilderness\. There is a nursery for children of parents attending the union worship service. The Church of Our Redeemer (Lutheran) King Street, Town Center, Chappaqua, N. Y. Rev. Fred H. Lindemann, Pastor Sunday worship at 11 a.m. Sunday Bible School at 9:45 a.m., with adult Bitoie class. Bible School teachers Thurs­ day at 8:30 p.m. Children's class on Tuesdays and Fridays at 4 p.m. First Congregational Church Chappaqua, N. Y. Kenneth E. Nye, Pastor Sunday, July 22 9:30 a.m. Morning worship service. Our Lady by the Wayside (Roman Catholic) Saw Mill River Road Millwood. N. Y. Rev. Albert A. Pinckney, Pastor Mass at 9:30 ajn. Hicksite Friends Meeting Quaker Road Chappaqua, N. Y. Visitors welcome First Day (Sunday), 11 a. m. George B. Cain FUNERAL HOME Tel. Ch 1-0464 King Street Chappaqua SHERIDAN'S KING STREET, Phone Chappaqua 1-0504 - 1-0505 Groceries - - Delicatessen - - Bakery Fruits and Vegetables - - - Prime Meats Open Weekdays Until 7:30 P.M. Sundays 8:30 A. M. to 1 P. M. and 4 to 7 P. M. We Pass Your Door Everyday. Call Us. MEATS HORMEL READY TO EAT HAMS (Whole or Either Half) BONELESS CHUCK POT ROAST (U. S. Choice Beef) FRESH KELLED LOCAL FOWL ELM CITY BACON GROCERIES MANHATTAN COFFEE lb. 69c lb. 95c lb. 59c lb. 59c Green Bag lb. 85c Red Bag lb. 87c Vacuum Tin lb. 91c 19c Brand FROZEN VEGETABLES (Peas, Succotash, Baby Lima Beans, Chopped Spinach, Leaf Spinach, Fordhook Lima Beans, Broccoli, French String Beans, SUGAR (Jack Frost or Domino) PET OR ARMOUR EVAPORATED MILK SNOW CROP ORANGE JUICE SNOW CROP LEMONADE CAMPBELL'S PORK & BEANS STAR KIST FANCY WHITE TUNA DEL MONTE PINEAPPLE JUICE DOLE'S FRUIT COCKTAIL 5 lbs. 49c 2 cans 27c 2 cans 45c 3 cans 50c can 11c can 35c 18 oz. can 2 for 25c largest can 35c COCK & BULL GINGER BEER 6 bottles 89c plus deposit RINSO large box 29c PLANTERS COCKTAIL PEANUTS can 35c HYDROX ICE CREAM (8 Flavors from which to choose) FRUITS & VEGETABLES gallon $1.40 WHITE SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT CALIFORNIA ORANGES CARROTS RED PLUMS CORN (New, Local) 2 for 19c large size doz. 47c 2 bunches 23c 2 lbs. 29c doz. 55c First Church of Christ, Sciaattrt (Christian Science) 219 Bedford Road Pleasantville, N. Y. Services — Sunday. Sunday School, 9:30 a.m.; Church 11 a.m. Wednesday, 8:15 p.m. Reading room, 40 Wheeler Avenue. Open daily 12 noon to 5 p.m. except Sundays and holi- dass. \Life\ is the Lesson-Sermon subject for Sunday, July 22. Golden Text: \The wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord\ (Romans 6:23\). Temple Beth-El of Northern Westchester Services at Presbyterian Church, Mount Kisco Friday 8:30 p.m. Services. All are wel­ come. The Methodist Church Pleasantville, N. Y. Dr. Philip Oxnam, Minister CHURCH BROADCAST \Every Step of the Way\ is the subject of a Christian Science transcribed radio program from The Mother Church Sunday, July 22, over Station WFAS, White Plains, at 2:45 p.m. Visit Our \SLEEP SHOP\ for Quality Sleep Products Mt. Kisco FURNITURE Exchange 20 W. Main St. MO 6-4549 Millwood Planting Program Shapes Up The planting program beSAg sponsored by the Millwood Wo­ men's Club is nearing comple­ tion. The post office area and station plaza at Millwood are beginning to show color from the young plants recently set out there. Although the project was a modest one, it took the good efforts of many in the commu­ nity to see it through. J. J. Smith, nurseryman of Pines Bridge Road, donated two spreading yew trees at the post office, gave generously of his time in helping to plan the pro­ gram, in digging the beds at the station plaza and putting in trig young plants. The Women's Cluto has ordered several evergreens from Mr. Smith which he has agreed to put in when the proper planting season rolls around. Herbert Putney has done a wonderful job in putting up a retaining stone wall at the post- office area and planting colorful annuals around the yew trees.^ G. O. Law and a group of his explorers dug out the oil-soak*etl dirt at the post office so the planting could be done. Stewart Vanderoef, Rod Law and young Mr. Boshes were the Explorers and Buddy Manchester gave a helping hand too. Angelo Polcari of the Cross Country Garage on Route 100, Millwood, supplied and deliver** a load of top soil. The station plaza flower beds are of salvia; red for the corner beds; blue for the center and white petunias as a border. The familiar red, white and blue combination is a reminder that working together is the Ameri­ can way. Drive carefully the life yqu save may be your own. ™ BEECHER FUNERAL HOME 418 Bedford Road Pleasantville 2-0001 BUYERS WAITING ^ f IF YOUR PROPERTY IS FOR SALE OR RENT List It With ALYS MOEHLENPAH BROKER 45 BEDFORD ROAD, SOUTH OF KING STREET % CHappaqua 1-0191 — Res., PLeasantville 2-0274 A Word of Thanks To Our Customers Now Using Natural Gas ARE PLEASED to report that excellent progress is being made in the natural gas conversion program which began in Westchester County on July 5 th. Credit for this is due, in a large measure, to you, our gas customers. Your cooperation, patience and understanding during the' period of conversion in your section have helped substantially to make this tremendous task a great deal less difficult. Please accept our sincere thanks. CON EDISON (Westchester)

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