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NEW CASTLE NEWS, FRIDAY, AUGUST 24, 1951 • 11 The Off-Campus Social Season On June 25th as we were lib­ erated from the halls of old H. G. ]g state law, we vowed that we would do a million and one things over the summer vaca­ tion. After all, we had two whole months. Now here it is two weeks before school starts (again) and we have accomplished nothing. We haven't even succeeded in getting an even tan, much less writing this column. While we sit and ponder about « iat next year has in store for , and whether that new boy, the one with the nice blond hair, will sit next to us in homeroom, we seem to be making no effort to even attempt to start the things we were going to do. Enough of that! What you are really reading this column for is not my daydreaming but NEWS A. WILLIAMS FINE CABINET WORK DONE AND REPAIRED UPHOLSTERY ANTIQUE FURNITURE BOUGHT, SOLD AND RESTORED (Established in 1912 in Pleasantville) E ) 56 Ossining Road Pleasantville Pleas. 2-0211 (and we must admit we don't have much of that either). Be my guest . . . and we shall con­ tinue. Jane Nardozzi's strange man from Bear Mountain is no'longer a stranger, whereas in last week's column he was. A week has pass­ ed during which time we dis­ covered that his name is Lin­ coln (Line) Blake. He Is a sophd- more at Tufts University in Bos* ton, and his parents have just arrived in the United States al^i ter seven years in Turkey (in* teresting hmmmm!) Last Saturday we saw Anne Keane and Ronnie Brownell and Barbara Joy and John Keely all dressed up like Lady Astor's pet horse (will Lady Astor and her horse please excuse the expres­ sion). We are not sure of the occasion but we rather expect that they were just hungry. Last week Shirley Smith and Bill Smith, along with Bill's mother and father, spent the weekend in Potsdam where Bill attends Clarkson University. There so early, Bill? What's this we hear about Pat­ ty Burkhart and Joey White be­ ing seen so much together? Nancy West just returned from Martha's Vineyard. Both she and her family flew up and back. Driving past the new school you can see hardworking Allah Deering asleep under one of the numerous trees which engraces (you see, summer has improved our vocabulary) the school grounds. The fact that he has to get up at six o'clock every morning to work, of course, has nothing to do with it. While some of us pretend to' work (that's pointed,at you,-. Al­ lan), others can't even, be both­ ered with pretending and are vacationing in various places, I have this column (some vaca­ tion!) and others, like Lois Cun­ ningham, in Maine. Then there are those who make weekly jaunts to Jones Beach such as Anita Erhman, Judy Sanders, Barbara Nardozzi, Anne Keane, i^ody Ryer, Ronnie Brownell and jiobn Kelley. When a young gentleman told her that her hair was bleached, Ellen Roberson (who has for years been telling us that she's letting it grow for college) imme­ diately had it all cut off. The question is, was it really bleach­ ed? When Ellen was asked about her sudden change in hair style, she explained that the young gentleman's (?) accusation was just a convenient excuse. It seems that the real reason was that Nancy Laughrey had given Ellen a home permanent which didn't look like the picture (for this reason we carefully refrain from naming the exact name of the type of permanent) and not wanting to hurt Nancy's feel­ ings, she had it cut under the assumption that she was accused of the peroxide bottle. If you see Pam Proctor around, notice the sparkle in her eyes and the sparkler on her left hand. She must use Ponds—she's engaged to—Bob Hardy. Barbara Stahl and her house guest, Darcy Hilbert, and Mrs. Stahl left this week for Virginia. Cinderella Classified RATES: 15c a line Minimum 60c LOST MALE BOXER— 1 year old, fawn colored, white crest over nose. White blaze on breast and white forepaws. Ears high and pointed, partially undershot jaw. Answers to name of CHUQUI: Excellent disposition. Extremely friendly. Lost in \icinity of Seven Bridges & Rt. 133, Mt. Kisco. Call PLeasant- ville 2-1400. Reward offered. FOR SALE HOT WATER TANK, 40 gal., gas, monel metal. All attachments. $53. Tel. CHap. 1-0041. PET SUPPLIES 232 MAIN STREET WHitc Plains 8-2995 We Can Satisfy All Your Dog, Cat, and Bird Needs. \This Is IT, Folks, Your Most Economical Food Buy ORBAEK FARM Lab-Tested Vitamin D Milk\ Not a drop, a speck of waste, a fine food, and a delicious drink. What more can you ask! Use more milk — and save on your food budget. A Locally Owned, INDEPENDENT DAIRY famous for delicious COTTAGE CHEESE. Dairy Bar Open 8 to 6 fANbVXTRA PHONE PLEASANTVILLE 20600 LAKE STREET PLEASANT VILLI (Continued from Page One» thoroughly familiar with. She reports that she would not have dared to venture the program ex cept that the Camp Greeley classes have progressed amazing­ ly over the camp period. Prizes will be awarded mem bers of the dancing classes <hir ing the evening for attendance and skill. It's all free, toeing pro duced under the auspices of the New Castle Recreation Commis sion, and Mrs. Warren herself is down for a can-can number. INSTRUCTIONS C. CARROZZA Accordion Studio 12 No. Lexington Ave White Plains 9-4X26 GIRL'S BICYCLE, excellent con­ dition, two gears. Phone BRiarcliff 6-4623. ROOM WANTED ROOM & BOARD by 17 year old High School Senior in return for after school chores and tutoring in German & French. Phone CHappaqua 1-0512. FOR SALE OR RENT new and used refrigerators, washers, 1 freezers, ranges, dishwashers, radios and television sets. Rentals by week or season. BRICCETTTS Mt. Kisco Appliance Center 9 W. Main, MOunt Kisco 6-6453 FOR SALE SHOES Tweedies — Treadeasy 3i - 12 AAAA - EE Children's — Women's C. J. CONNORS The COLONY SHOP (Shoe Dep't) Ki.ig St., Chappaqua x-0791 Classified Display WANTED to Buv or Sell EASY SPIN DRIER WASHER— 5 years old in good condition— $75.00. Call CHappaqua 1-0012. BUSINESS MOTHER with two girls, 7 & 9, needs housekeeper. New house, conveniences, good salary. Call CHappaqua 1-0939 Saturday P.M., Sunday or eve­ nings. Combination screen and storm windows. Triple-Track, Be* quality. Also doors. AWNINc e and Venetian Blinds, manu­ factured by MANASSA. Call Yorktown Heights 2-2780, (NYC) Tremont 8-5511. Legal Notice SERVICES BULLDOZERS for hire for grad­ ing, excavating, clearing of land. By hour, day, or job con­ tract. Noel Excavators. Tel. PLeas. 2-1597. WHITE PLAINS. Fine offices, facing best business streets $45 up. Agent WH. 8-2900. Cornell Haviland Fuel Co., Inc. Coal — Masons' Materials — Fuel Oils PLEASANTVILLE Pleasantville 2-0900 CHAPPAQUA Chappaqua 1-0223 Gm MARSHALL Van & Storage Company. Inc. (Formerly Mikkelsen's Express and Storage Co. Inc.) MOVING — STORAGE PACKING — CRATING — SHIPPING 32 BOLTIS STREET MOUNT KISCO MOUNT KISCO 6-5388—Telephones—PLEASANTVILLE 2-0780 NOTICE OF DEMOCRATIC PARTY CAUCUS TOWN OF NEW CASTLE Notice is hereby given of a Democratic Party Caucus to toe held in the Millwood Fire House, Millwood, New York, on Tuesday evening, September 4, 1951, at 8:00 P. M. The purpose of the Caucus will be to nominate candidates for the following offices: One candidate for Supervisor, two candidates for Councilman, two candidates for Justice of the Peace, and two candidates for School Director. By order of the Democratic Town Committee of the Town of New Castle, Westchester County, New York. WIi^LIAM D. CARLEEA Z H, Acting Chairman School Sale PAVING DRIVEWAYS - PARKING AREAS TENNIS COURTS PAVEMENTS* INC, ASPHALT PAVING Call Us For Information Builder of TUF-TOP TENNIS COURTS Chappaqua 1-0415 (Continued from Page One; Central District No. 4 voted to approve sale of the King Street property by 27 to 2, and the sale of the Chicken Coop was ap­ proved by show of hands 34 to 0. The referendum was the rather quiet denouement to a year-long campaign of investigation on the part of the Town of New Castle authorities of the feasibility of conversion of the King Street building into a Town Hall, and the tedious legal arrangements by the School Board to make it possible to relinquish the prop­ erty. According to Supervisor Robert Stewart any further action on the property will await signing contracts and completion of legal formalities on its transfer. Be a good American; be a ilood donor. INTPRJOR and EXTERIOR DECORATING PAPERHANGING OSCAR F. BAUERLE PLEASANTVILLE, N. Y. Phone Pleasantville 2-0366

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