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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, July 26, 1929, Image 15

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ABOUT 30 members nnd friends of Sunrise Chapter , Order Eastern Star , enjoyed a shore dinner served by Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nesbitt at Smith' s Point on Monday evening. The trip. was \ mnde in two large motor boats , Clearview boat , and Joseph Titmus ' . During the evening a heavy fog covered the ivater and after the boats left the beach and- passed through the bridge tl je Clearview boat jot in shallow water and was unabl e to proceed , and all decided it to he a. better plan to remain there all night. The ' company sang songs nnd -were told jokes , recitations ahd stories by Rev.,and Mrs. H. C.Crosier , Mr. and Mrs. . Ha ' edrick and Miss Beatrice Mar- riott They were rewarded with a womierful sunrise and reached their homes safely around seven o ' clock , Tuesday morning. 1 The .Woman ' s Club held a pleasant and profitable card party at the home of Mrs. Frank Wild on Tuesday after- noon. There were two , tables of 500 , with prizes to Mrs; E. A. Clark and Mrs, Claire , and 14 tables of bridge and prizes won by Mrs. Lulu Terrell , Mrs. . Mark Osborn , Mrs. Hansen , Mrs. Emily Quinn , Mrs. Sally Foster , Mrs. Michelson , Miss Mary Caldwell , Mrs. William Haedrick , Mrs. T. H. Spedick , Mrs. 1 ; Walter Donovan , Mrs. Connelly, Mrs. Harold Tuthill , Mrs. J. C. Bis- hop and Miss Margaret Havens. Mrs; Harold Lukert and her Sunday- school! class of the . Methodist church spent this week at Poly anna Camp in Wildwood' State Park. The Ladies ' Aid , Society enjoyed a beach part y with,them on Wednesday. The Bell A. , M. B. Zion church las launched , a . 'drive for funds for the purpose of building a new church with; the ' following committee: Mrs. C. LVHicks . Mrs. R. P. Allen , \Mrs. A. Jeffries , Mfs. ~S. Burnel _ -and Mrs. R. fi. ' : Smith; ' Mrs. Hi \Ashfbrd , Mrs. Simes. Although their small <*ld build- ing, now in use on Railroad Avenue , wua greatly improved this past year , it Is found to bo inadequate. ¦ Mrs. Mark Crosier and 1 daughter, Avlin , Mrs. Louis Lukert and son , Ronald and Mrs, George Herrmann aro spending this vVeek at tho Crosier ' Camp, near Hunter , in the Cut-kills. Mrs. H. C. Crosier arid mother , Mrs. Delilah Bates have just returned to tho manse , from several days ' visit -with relatives and friends at Pitts- iicld in the Berkshiros. The Odd Fellows and Rebekahs will attend the fifth annual picnic of Suf- folk District No. 1 arid 2 at Raynor ' s ¦beach , Lake Ronkonkoma on Satur- day. There will be a great variety of events on the afternoon ' s program , including upland* contests and water sports. (Center Moriches) Power Boat Hattia IV Burchani runs every Saturday and Sunday until July 1 , then every day during summer. For ' Special EngasctiQenta Communicate vriUa Capt. 'H. E, Swejcy. 363 Grove Avenue, Patch- OrueV Phono 37B-M. Ferry Between Patchogue and „ , ; Water Island yjy : ^™~—~^— ' if he Algonquin iii *- ' v ; :.:. ' ¦ - ¦ . . .. ' . . ¦ . ' 561 Sou th Ocean Avenue a- . ,, Patchogue , L. I. T&IJRISTS ACCOMMODATED ' -Room * by the day, week or a . > . ;.; . • season ¦ Meals a Ia Carte j .Telephone Patchogue 1726 ,—; =^ -a t Patchogue Elks Club i • Dining Room OPEN TO THE I* PUBLIC f , - Dance to the Music of Eddie : i W<j#ym& ^WB {South Shore Orchestra Every Saturday Night NiGhrils VHotel ! . - \ . . .J . - \ ¦ ¦ . -¦ . -• : - ¦ - -j Caterers for Large Parties : | ¦ ,! . - ' * 52 'E«st Main Street j !, ' ly. Patchogue , L. I. \ ' j j ¦ ' '' ¦ ' - : ' ' ' ' . ' P&eitsj ' l.. . . | . Special Duck and Chicken j \ ¦ - ' , - . . ' ¦ V¦ ¦ ;¦ ' , - Pj n . aer* Suntiays , . . . .] f Medford J •\THE Girls Club of St. Mark' s Epis- ' *' copal church will hold a card party at fhe Grange Hall next Thurs- day evening. Many fine prizes will be awarded to high score holders. ' ' , Mrs. 'William Hahn , Mrs. E. Theis of Medford, Mrs. John Risley and children, ot Patchbgiie and Mrs. Light- hall of Yaphank motored to Wildwood Park Monday and enjoyed a picnic with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hyatt and family of Wostbiiry, who are camping there for two weeks- Mrs. Emma Wehrenberg , of Hol- brook spent Tuesday with Mrs. Wil- liam Hahn. ' The Medford Taxpayers ' Associa- tion will hold its regular meeting at the school: August 5, The annual school meeting Will be held August 6. Gus • Kappler, ¦ Jr., is again ' about after his automobile atcident in Pat- chogue. VACATION LAN D W here to Dine , Dance , Bathe or i * . •- . . ¦- . . - Ns, . ' .^ Find Recreation in Sunrise Land ( Middle Island ^ TV/ILLIAM T. STILL spen t Sunday \ with his daughter , Mrs. Walter S. -Hartman, at Wading River , where Mr. and Mrs. Walter S. Hartman are spending their.vacation. Thomas R. Bayles ii harvesting a fine crop of string beans. A number of boys and girls are helping ' him. Mr. and Mrs. -Ross Mazllan. ahd' son , Stanley, of Riverhead were week-end visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Depta. .;, , - , -• , A few days ago while Thomas Bayles was repairing the roof of his chicken coop his little son , Elwyn , fell from the roof and struck on his head. He wus stunned for a few moments but apparentl y no serious Injury re- sulted. At tho Middle Island Presbyterian church Sunday there will bo Sunday- School at 10 a. m., morning worship with sermon by tho pastor , Rev. Wil- liam Stewart. A cordial welcome is extended to all who attend 1 these ser- vices. <-]-iiiniiiiiniiiimia!iiniiimniaia_iiraiM^ DANCE and DINE | I ' At Any Old Time f j LAKE FRONT HOTEL I j LAKE RONKONKOMA x XZ ' \ I I, a - . ¦ . ' : /;©M-: Boy, ¦ Orchestra f ^^ ' y ^'*i- 1 6 Wonderftd Syncopators , . ' ; . I I Every Saturday Night | CHICKEN OR DUCK , SPAGHETTI DINNERS I I . - . . Also , a la carte i Well-Equipped , Moderately Priced Rooms | 1 Daily, Weekly and Monthly Rates j ag a . \ * . Phone Ronkonkoma 41 j§ •¦iinniiiiniiiiniiiiiiiiiiii ^^ M_ ^MMH ^M ^M^H^KnMa ^SMtaMSHM ^II*aMSMMHavSMSS ^^HM*B. WOOD'S SHADY REST S. T. „ Wo-d , Pi-op. j SPECIAL CHICKEN AND DUCK DINNERS : ' ' Special Sea Foods—Home Cooking : Main Road and Pacific St., Mattitnck , , L. I. ' ! «n. a .. aa . .a . » a-. -i, m i - . .».-.».o._l. . .i-.» a -l.ttM.ia. \'\' \ '\ < '» M > ' . _ . - MEDFORD Hm ^^' S ^ BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCH , CHICKEN AND DUCK DINNERS ' Parties Accommodat-Jt- Phone Selden 2093 - . . . , Medfo-d , L. I. < - ' ' \ ' - - ' • ' ' ' * ' ' ' ' » [ LONG ISLAND HOTEL I Center Moriches , L. I. ' Special Chicken and Duck Dinners ' ' . Also a EAST BAY HOTEL On the Ocean . ; Beach Parlies ' . ' Phone C. M. 64 \THI E Branch Class of tho Methodist ' church of East Moriches enjoyed a jolly bench party at Rogers beach , Westhampton , Tuesday afternoon. Among those in the party were: Moth- er Smith , Mrs. Arana Benjamin , Mrs. Lydia Phillips, Mrs. Frances Brook , Mrs. Ida Brown , Mrs. Ada Brown, Mrs. May Kaynor , Mrs. Anna Hayden , Mrs. Ada Miller , Mrs. Louise Murray, Mrs. Edith Price , Mrs. Gertrude Grif- fin , Mrs. Bertha Howell , Mrs. Harriett Stone , Mrs. Annie. Benjamin , Mrs. Grace 'Raynor , Mrs. Alice Tench , Mrs. Ada A. Brown , Mrs. Lelia Journeay, Misses Lily and Meta Castens and' niece , Miss Lily Castens , Elizabeth Robinson , Mildred Alden , Henry Brovm and Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Dover. A supper of salad , baked beans , sand- wiches , cake , candy and coffee was served at 5 o ' clock. A number; of our villagers and city visitors sail in tho yacht races of the Westhampton Country Club off Speonk Point on Wednesday . and Sat- urday afternoons , Including Towers , Reginald Smith' s bout , Bade , Simes , and Tribbles and Posts. The East Moriches contenders of tho Shore Bird class held an interesting five-mile race on Sunday nfternoon. The win- ning bout was Shore Bird No. 10— sailed by H. E. Post , Jr. , second , No, 18 , sailed: by R. J. Simes , Jr. ; third , No. 27 , sailed by G. M. Simes. L East Moriches J ^ ¦ i i -* Mrs. Henry Terry of Center Mor- iches entertained the following ladies from East Moriches at 500 on Wed- nesday afternoon : Mrs. Lincoln Lew- is , Mrs. C. D. Terry, Mrs. E. H. Kir- by, Mrs. O: B. Smith , Mrs. Charles Smith , Mrs. R. B. Tuthill , Mrs. Lulu Terrell , Mrs. Lester Benjamin , Mrs, E. O. Howell , Mrs. Oliver Hammond , Mrs. Ella Terry, Misses Henrietta and Florence Terry, Mrs. Theodore Hal- lock , Mrs. Gilbert Raynor , Miss Emma Raynor , Mrs. Herbert Collins , Mrs. William Chapman, Mrs, George Jour- neay and Mrs. Preston Tuttle of East- port. Prizes were awarded Mrs. C. D, Terry, Mrs. Chapman , Mrs. Benja- min , Mrs. C. Smith , Mrs. Tuthill , Mrs, Tuttle and Mrs. Kirby. ¦ MRS. TERRY ENTERTAINS AT CENTER MORICHES CANOE PLACE Jfife ; ' :; For Dinner or After the ^w^^^^ S^ EDDIE DAVIS AND ORCHESTRA I- ¦ ' - . ' ¦ '' ¦ • • ' , . - \ ¦ ¦ - ¦ - . . . ' \ . - . \ . . j X' iX' ^yf ^ ' y' : - : -\ ' \ *y /Supported by •* . - • , ¦ ,. . . ,, > . • • ¦ ¦ . ' - ¦ - -y ' ^^Wm '^ W^^ \ NOTED TRIO At 8:30 Nightly Telephone Hampton Bays 150 ' ' f / ^ ' -^/^y ^mf ^k ' ' Phone 1139 Patchogiie , % I., on the Bay \ ¦ ¦ ' - ' \ '¦' • ¦ - ; y ' ; 'Z _ . ' . - y , , SEA FO O DS , SH O RE DINNERS Special Duck and Chicken Dinners . . ' ' ¦ ' \ ' ' ' \ ' ' *' \ \ ' \ * \\ \\ ¦'¦ ' M l —HI-- I I*'—-- _ , Beautiful Surroundings , Bathing, Fishing. • - ¦ • ' ¦ Dancing Evenings - C. G. VENIOS^ Mai-agef V a.i jy a sy. II . i ig ' mnr tsrr~ ' ' \V y k ~ *''* nmSr f ^y ~ r ' is ^^^.f ^^^ f ^ * s:m ^ \ • . Telsphone K*?___ -*\ __H__ -,afesj' rai-n- .i Ki u/iri -111 Massapsnua -^ JBT\ -B- r^B DINE a nd DANCE 1 Bk « 'In v... _y , 'f^ } ^f a4mW at Che_ Panchard on \1 °»< aMl Vnt j j Ml laf Orlfr the Merrick Ro.d ^ H . i*r!-L\ ^ B-l-M - Famous for Chicken. 'D ' ^^ »f^» ^ < ____> Duck-Lobster Din. 9 ; ' \ . X ' .*- T- _ -5yl___| ners. Also a la carte. H ll^^ftf r^^ HAM m»sV 'if tim ^S ^^^/vmm} 4Mm ^ s '* : ^' !m *maaat ^**au'maB^i*maammmmam T' \ ; W?_KP& ^^? s ^^UA. - .lONG .|SJ ANO ' , jl ri -_¦ -_¦ ll -__¦ -_¦ I 111 ¦¦11 Mi II MIIW.1IM. -1II i-MII-MlllTTII ll -_¦ \1 I IM ' ll m T ~ ; r~* \ TM- 'I III rlKJ_- rL nLVll IININ Phone Bellport ' 458 ' . LUNCHEONS , BRIDGE PARTIES , DINNERS Home Atmosphere \ A. £e Areas , Prop. , l --M>*' t-_- *'tM_ -- K)-a-M«<i-MM*_M>- ->-M s --|l l ---il l lMlls -M ll WBII---llits -W » t»»lls - M 4^ WlUJAM XELLER ^ i ; \ * * ~ . i H II i i • - ii NEW RESTAURANT AND GRILL CORNER MAIN STREET AND ROSE AVENUE PATCHOGUE , NEW YpRK Dinners , Lobsters j Steaks , Chops , Sea Food SPECIAL MAINELOBSTERS RECEIVED DAILY PHONE: PATCHOGUE 1814 mmmmmmmmmmmmmm M—ura—B—n» mmmmmm. snis sit 11 .nimmmmm ^mim. — mmmmmum.m I RAYNOR'S LAKEVIEW BE^CH ..Llll I •> . Phones 108 and 26 ' ' ¦ l \' Lake Ronkonkoma a . 1 Four Pavilions Restaurant Ideal Accommodations for Outings Geo \ . C. Raynor & Sons . *imtommi,.mom **m<HimvmmHm aa^aa.^aaaM^_Ha^a^waaa^aawa^^a^aa^aaw- a a —- aa __HK—a^a_awa^_ *a,*«SSOM_^H»Oaw THE OLD OAK HOTEL ! ' ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ - | Special Duck Dinners j Special Attention Given to Auto Parties GEORGE A. UNK , Propi Phone Patchogue 122 •^iiiiiii'itMiiiiiiiiiiimit-iiiiiiiiiiiaiiiniiiiiiiTiiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiniiiiniRiiniiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ^ m The ' X. I j Bri g htwaters. Qtsino [ I- - \ : ' O I 1 • On Montauk Highway | a ¦ ' , . ' • \ ¦ , - ' \' a i |. Dancing Every Evening | s - Dance Music by Ralph E. De Stephani and | ft Hi* Orchestra ' I I\ Ideal Place for Large pinner Parties | . i s . ' ¦ ' Phone Baay Shore 71-72—Management Jules Uebele I *^iiioiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiJiiuiiiiniiiiiiiiiniaiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiaiiiiii ^ _^ . . . . '—* I _#0 - m. ' . - mm- Jt-^ j £t& ^»- — * _an * On tho 4 Corners iOMZi t % m ^Oi Patcho g «e , L. I. LIGHT LUNCH —SMOKES — SODAS ' Breyer ' s Ice Cream £llllim..MIII!«llliUH_IIW I Next To Your Home I Lagumis Tea Room and Restaurant I 5 E. Main St. Patchogue ^littnmmnmitniitmmmnM ¦ —¦¦in - _ _ III J ll h-- l - s-ss s * s r^M aiffiw^Pl Special Luncheon and Dinners ' . ' Z' A Phone 969 . \X ? ' \V. A, Riley; Pro*». ¦y, ' ; L - . . \ ¦ • * • ¦ .: .: ¦ \ . ¦ •: ¦ , ' a; .:¦ ¦ ¦ . ' • ¦ ¦ yy . ^, *t^^m&^imvm ^mw%a ^&^^m*r^m*rtmBmv ^^^tr^^v^B*r^^m* iv^i^vw ^wvuwsi n^n^w*iaspv ^ws^rv«ivwsfv _iv *n_arw_. ' liiiHi iiino BAY AVENUE , PATCHOGUE , N. Y. Rooms , Permanent or Transient , With or Without Meals Tel. Patchogue 690 V H. T. H. Faith , Prop. f \- ~ CHERRY GROVE HOTEL Fred Stein , Prop. Phone Sayville 680 SUMMER RESORT Ocean and Bay Bathing — Shoro Dinners — Attractions Fishing, Beating and Surf Bathing FERRY \ATLANTIC' Passenger and Freight Service Season Opens Jupe 23rd to Sept. 8th, Inclusive DAILY SCHEDULE [Except Sundsys and Holidsrs] L-a«s Patcho. ue Public Dock , 9:15 A. M. L-avc* Charry Grove 11:30 A. M. Ia -airs SarYllle , Sylta - . Dock 9:45 A. M. Lcoves Cherry Grove 11:30 A. M. Iatavts Patchm-ua Public Dock 2:00 P. M. Irfavts Cherry Grovo 5:00 P. M. Leaves Sayville. Sykes * Dock 2:30 P. SI. leaves Cherry Grovo 5:00 P. M. SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS Leav e- Cherry Grove 4:30 P. M. lor SSyvllIe. Leaves Cherfy Grove 5:30 P. M. for Patchotrae Moonlight Sails Every Wednesday Night with Orchestra on Board and Dancing at Cherry Grove Hotel , * Leaves Patchogue Put* .!. ' D ock 8:15' P. M. Leaves Sayville ' , Sykes \ ' Dock 8:45 P. M. Leaves Cherry Grove 11:30 P. M. Special Arrangements Made for Churches , Lodges artd Private Parties (In csis ot sovexe -eithe r , Moonlight Sails -ill be Itft to the discretion of the Captain) Schedule Subject to Chan . e Without Notice TELEPHONE BAYVILLE 623-J CAPT. GUSTA\VE PAGELS THE BEST PUCE TO EAT The Charles Restaurant STEAKS — CHOPS — SEA FOOD Special Luncheon Opposite Patchogue Theatre ,

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