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New Castle news. (Chappaqua, N.Y.) 1945-????, September 14, 1951, Image 2

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2 • NEW CASTLE NEWS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1951 P.T.A. Committee Schedules Reports Mr. and Mrs. James Bernson, Chappaqua PTA program chair­ men, have-announced that at the first meeting of the PTA to be held on Monday, September 24, at 8:15 p.m., at Horace Greeley School, the program will be as follows Reports to the membership by Douglas Grafflin, district school principal; by Donald Miles, prin­ cipal of Horace Greeley High School; by Edith Sliker, elemen­ tary school principal; and by Miss Alberta Calabrese, 8th grade teacher. Mrs. Donald West, PTA presi­ dent, will preside for the first time since her election last spring. DANCING CLASSES OPEN Enrollment for the second season of the Chappaqua dancing classes is now in prog­ ress. These classes are open to all boys and girls living with­ in the Chappaqua School dis­ trict and the project is spon­ sored again this year by the P.T.A. A nominal charge to each pupil is made to cover expenses. Complete information, in­ cluding an application blank, may be had in a brochure ob­ tainable at Cadman's Drug Store or the Chappaqua Li­ brary. The closing date for regis­ tration is September 23. PROGRESS REPORT The new pumping station building on Bedford Road, which will house equipment for the New Castle-Mount Kisco water main interconnection is complete except foi some painting, ac cording to Supervisor Robert Stewart, who inspected the prog­ ress of the work Tuesday of this week. The interconnection itself has not been made as yet. The work will be done by the New Castle water department and the first test of the interconnection is expected to be run in October Our specialty is saving your clothes — and saving you home accidents, too — by doing expert dry cleaning. Don't take chances with strange fluids — cleaning is a science, requires experi­ enced handling. Leave it to us. Courteous, reliable ser­ vice. Always. Junior Horseshow Slated On Sunday Miss Francy Morrlssey of Law­ rence; Farms, secretary and show manager, has announced that the P.H.A. Junior Horse Show will be held Sunday, September 16, at the Lawrence Farms show grounds. It will feature, exclu­ sively for children 18 years and under, hunter, jumper and horsemanship classes as well as games on horseback, such as the potato race, musical chairs and a water race. Local exhibitors are Ann Par­ sons, Barbara Brownell, Debby Wicks, Beverly Price, Susan Woodard, Martha Chaplin, Mar- go Colmore, Cathy Sedgwick, Jean and Priscilla Tilt, Barbara and Jimmy Robbins, Paige Buck­ ingham, Lydia Chappell, Mary Ann Hockstader, Mary Broad- bent and Carol Perkins. Stewards for the day will be W. Wirt Wicks of Lawrence Farms and Thomas H. Hock­ stader of Haights Cross Road, Chappaqua. CASE ADJOURNED Hearing was adjourned in the court of Justice of the Peace Hogarth S. Sweet at Chappaqua MAN WANTED Sales and Service Representative, Permanent, Salary and Commission, Drivers License. APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED. SINGER SEWING MACHINE COMPANY MOUNT KISCO, N. Y. 34 E. MAIN ST. Easy cure: Come in now for an up-to- the-minute check of your battery— FREE! Tip to remember: Catch faulty cables, voltage regulators, and brushes before they catch you! * THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL! Inspect and tighten all battery cables, elec­ trical wiring and connections. Test operation of generator and regulator. Inspect genera­ tor brushes. Inspect and adjust fan belt. Reset regulator if necessary. ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE JAMES J. BIMUTT* Formerly Creighton's Garage ** > BRIARCLIFF MANOR BR 6-2204 Route 9A and State Road Open 8 A.M to 7 P.M. \I WANT A GIMMICK that goes on the end of this whoosis.\ If you were a hardware man you wouldn't'even smile when your customer makes a request like that. You select the proper item for him, wrap ^ it up with a smile, and another customer would ^ he happy. We are used to, and ready to answer questions like: \How much paint do I need for the walls of my kitchen?\ or \How many nails do I need for building a henhouse?\ We sell most everything you need to maintain your home, farm or shop. Whatever you need, try us first. Barclay Hardware Co., Inc. WHEELER AVENUE PLeasantville 2-2200 police headquarters Wednesday morning, September 12, on the information summons issued Earl G. Nelson for violation of New Castle zoning ordinances in­ volving the storage of building materials at his Bedford Road address. Mr. Nelson has begun FURNITURE Repaired, Remodeled, j Restored CABINET MAKERS 152 Bedford Rd. PL. 2-2676 Pleasantville, N.T. I This Week's Repairet Hint I LOOK AROUND— Have you anything to b« I Repaired, Reflnished or Ren­ ovated? You'll get it done more I QUICKLY during the cummei I months. removal of the materials whfRi constitute the violation. MT. WSJ?. Utility Motor? 52S MAIN ST. WILLYS SALES ... • SERVICE •INUIHI WILLYS At PbatovUuilU M**ic G**Um\ There's Music For Everyone WESTCHESTER'S LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF LONG PLAYING RECORDS Classical—Popular—Children's GILBERT & SULLIVAN OPERETTAS • THE MIKADO .. $11.90 ( • PIRATES OF PENZANCE $11.90 • H.M.S. PINAFORE $11.90 • RUDDIGORE $11.90 • YEOMAN OF THE GUARD $11.90 • THE GONDOLIERS $11.90 • TRIAL BY JURY $ 5.95 All of the above are by The D'Oyly Carte Opera Com­ pany with the New Promenade Orchestra conducted by Isidore Godfrey. OPERAS • RIGOLLETTO: YERDI with Jan Peerce, Leonard Warren, Italo Tajo, Ekna Berger, Nan Merrlman and the Robert Shaw Chorale .u .., $17.18 • AIDA: YERDI with Beniamino Gigli, Maria Cani- ' glia, Gino Bechi, Ebe Stignani, Italo Tajo, Maria Huder, Tancredi Pasero, Adelio Zagonara, and the Chorus and Orchestra of the Rome Opera House .. $22.88 • CAYELLERIA RUSTIC ANA: MASCAGNI with Una Rasa, Beniamino Gigli, Gino Bechi, Giulietta Simio- nato, Chorus and Orchestra of La Scala, Milan conducted by Pletro Mascagni $11.41. • PAGUACCI: LEONCAVALLO with Richard Tucker, Lucine Amara, Giuseppe Valdengo, Thomas Hay- , ward, Clifford Harvout, and the Orchestra and . < Chorus of the Metropolitan Opera Association $12.11 • MANON LESCAUT: PUCCINI with Maria Zambonl, Francesco Merli, and the Milan Symphony Orchestra $12.25 • FAUST: GOUNOD with Eleanor Steber, Eugene Conley, Cesare Siepi, Frank Guarrera, Margaret Roggero, Thelma Votipka, Lawrence Davidson, and the Chorus and Orchestra of the Metropolitan Opera Association $18.24 • LA DAMNATION DE FAUST: BERLIOZ with ^ Georges Jouatte, Paul Cabanel, Mona Laurena, 41 Andre Pactat, Emile Passani Chorus $16.73 443 BEDFORD ROAD PLeasantville 2-1105 MEMBER PLEASANTVILLE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

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