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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, February 09, 1950, Image 15

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Bellport Set for Scout Drive \ OPERATION DOORBELL' SUNDAY : I BELLPORT — This community is prepan-d for one of the moM. inten- se fund-raismg efforts in its history, atvoriliii S ,,, tnp Rl . v Howard C, i-lark . local chairman of the one-day .S u ffolk Cunty Boy Scout , -ainpaign which \ill b. j wa ged Sunday. * >• •'Operation Doorbell as it has ' ^eii called , will enlist the services 0 f a sufficient number of men to aS <:Jri ' that every house in the vil- 1-, ' ge will be canvassed without putt- ing- an undue burden on any of the- workers , according- to Father Clark , who is being assisted by Andrew Underbill , chairman of special sifts solicitation , and Clarence Hawkins , who will direct the canvass of busi- 1r — . ! ness and industrial groups. The house-to-house visits will he made Sunday afternoon , following a mass meeting of the volunteer work.-rs in the parish hall of Christ Kpiscopal churc h at 11:15 a. m. All the canvassers have been invited to attend the annual Bov Scout service at Christ rhuivh at 1 * 0 a. m B ELLPORT NEWS Mr.. Mary Keedr. Tel. Bellport 316 Mr. and Mrs. Harold Petersen , >lrs. A. K. Petersen , Mrs. IJudrun Arnfast , Miss Inge r Petersen , Miss Rigmor Arnfast and Axel Petersen of Woodland Park road attended the wedding of Miss Marie Hammerum to William Meculburg at the Congre - gational church in East Koekaway Saturday afternoon , January 28. Harold Petersen gave the bride in marriage , Miss Arnfast was a brides- maid and Miss Petersen sang at the wedding. Mrs . Meculburg is a former resident of Bellport. As romantic as the first love letter —a gift from Bellport Jewelry will be a constant reminder of your affec- tion and t hou g htfulness. —Adv . The first session of the social danc- ing class conducted by Miss Helen Walker and Richard Nold and spon- sored by Mrs . Walter Cook , 11 , and Mrs. Eugene T. Kenedy, was held Saturday afternoon at Miss Walker ' s home on South Howell' s Point road. About 20 boys and girls of the third , fourth and fift h grade age group are enrolled. Miss- Walker and Mr. Nold are also instructing a class for 13 to 17 year old' s in Bayport at the home of the sponsor in • that com- munity, Mrs. Lincoln Thiesmeyer. Mrs. Howard G. Clark of South Country road is hostess to the Deucy Bridge club this afternoon. Mrs. Wilbur Corwin returned to her home on North Brewster lane last Thursday from Dr. King ' s hos- pital , but her infant daughter , Cathy Lee , who weighed th ree pounds , five ounces at birth , is still in the incu- bator at the hospital. Tne baby ' s twin brother , Bill Raymond , who weighed less than two pounds , died a few hours after birth. Maude Jones , Bellport , is vacation- ing in Florida. Mrs. Elizabeth Arthur will be in charge of the shop while Mrs. Jones is away. —Adv. Eugene DeVisscher of Country- Club road , a supervisor at McArthur airport , is on a business trip to Chi- cago , where he will spend about three months at the Chicago Muni- cipal airport. South Bay post , Veterans of For- eign Wars , will hold a Valentine dance at the Friendly tavern Satur- day night. Robert Hawkins , a Freshman at New Paltz State Teachers college , has been spending a few days ' va- cation with his parents , Mr. and Mrs. J. Nelson Hawkins of Station road. At the 11 a. m. service at the Methodist church Sunday members of the Woman ' s Society of Christian Service will assist the pastor , the Rev. Vincent Watson , in presenting the message based on the theme , \Our Christian Faith. \ Those who will participate will be Mrs. Harry Ferrier , Mrs. Lena Paul and Mrs. Tunis Wentink. Sunday school will be at 9:45 a. m. and the Youth Fel- lowship will meet at the parsonage at 6:30 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. William Kreamer en- tertained at dinner at their home on Bellport lane Sunday night Mr. and Mrs. John Reid Adams , Mr. and Mrs. John Libaire , Mr. and Mrs . Robert Pa sch and Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips. Bell port Cleaners , Main Street , Phone Bellport 516. Work done on, premises. Pickup and delivery. —Adv. Mr. and Mrs. John Tracy and daughter , Mary of Forest Hills have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Wright of Brown ' s lane for several days. Miss Mary Brown of Amityville ?pent the weekend with her brother- in-law and sister , Mr. and Mrs . John Holden. Mrs. Robert McCleary entertained at a baby shower at her home on Country Club road in honor of Mrs. Raymond Miller of Donega n avenue Friday night , January •>\ ,. Those present Wt-re Mrs. Leslie Hough and Mrs . Bud Hough of Selden- Miss Ruth Olevich of the Brookhaven Na- tional laboratory; Mrs. Jerome Ru- poio of Patchogue; Mrs. Jack Gaz- zola , .M rs. Fred Masem , Mrs . Nicholas Masem , Mrs. Beth Schultz and Mrs . Robert Walton of East Pat- chogue; Mrs. Eugene DeVisscher, Mrs. Mary Grucci , Mrs. Felix Grucci , Mrs. Joseph Grucci , Mrs. Peter Grucci , M i-s . Robert Klein and Mrs . Peter Lotzer of Bellport. Sunday will be Corporate Com- munion Sunday for the. Holy Name society and men of the parish at the 8 a. m. Mass at Mary Immaculate R. C. church . Last Sunday, Septua- ges-ima Sunday, was designated as Bible Sunday and the attention of Catholics was called to the value and importance of the Bible and the habitual reading of the sacred text encouraged. The I' atchogue Advance is on sale at Trotta ' s and Hulse ' s Hobby Shop in Bellport. —Adv. Mrs. John R. Fordham of Station road , who has been spending the win- ter with her son and daughter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Fordham , in Salem , N. J., recently underwent an operation in the Salem County Me- morial hospital. The week' s calendar of Christ Episcopal church will be: Today, 7 p. m., junior choir rehearsal; 8 p. m., senior choir rehearsal; tomorrow , 7 p. m., young people will go to Lab- oratory hospital to show movies; Saturday, 10 a. m., Cub Scout den meetings in parish hall; 2 and 7:30 p. m., movie , \Thief of Bagdad\ with Sabu , in the parish hall , dancing to follow the 7:30 performance; Sunday, 8 a. m., Holy Communion; 10 a. m., annual Boy Scout service observing the fortieth anniversary of Scouting; morning praye r and sermon; nursery class and church school ; Monday, 8 p. m., Women ' s guild meeting in parish hall; Tuesday, 8 p. m., spe- cial vestry meeting; Wednesday, 7:30 p. m., Boy Scout meeting in parish hall. Tickets are available at the parish office or from any member of the Women ' s guild for the showing of the film , \King of Kings , \ at the school auditorium at 8 p. m. Satur- day, Febraary 18. Bellport Market — Prime meats , groceries, fruits and vegetables. De- liveries twice daily. Phon e Bellport 44-1 . —Adv. . John H. Corwin , Charles Dominy, Charles Edwards , Floyd Hassell , Willis IL Hawkins and Chief Joseph Perino attended the New York State Fire Commissioners convention at the Hotel Commodore Tuesday and Wed- Mrs. Lawrence K. Grean and chil- dren , who moved recently to Schenec- tady, are spending a week at their home on Brown ' s lane while Mr. Grean is on a business trip to Philadelphia. The Village board will meet at a p. m. tomorrow in the Community °° Mr and Mrs. Herbert H. Cox , formerly of Bellport, have now set- tled in Van Nuys , Cal.. and recent- ly announced the birth of their third grandchild , Candace , daughter of Mr. •ind Mrs. Horace Cox , also of Van Robert Jones of Eastport , familiar- ly known as \Waterwork s'; Jones when he lived in Bellport , i« sen- ouily iU in Dr. Keller ' s hosp.tal in Westhampton Beach. Top quality meats and Krott-rie * at Ge.. e P Garruppo ' s Ma'krt. R O W MOII Boulevard. Bellport 726-W. —Adv. Mrs. Robert Axtell has returned to her home in Fresh Meadows , Flushing, afte r spending a week with her parents , Mr. and Mrs . Eldon C. Shoup of Buy Crest lane. Richard Brown of ' Main street is on a motor trip to Florida for two Mr?' and Mrs. Andrew Ohwn and children of Station road visited Mi. and Mi \ . Thomas McNevin and famj- W formerly of Bellport, at their home in Port Jeffe rson , Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert T. Payne and son James Thomas , who have been staying with Mrs. Payne ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Clarence G. Hawkins of Circuit road , for several months , have moved into their new home on Everett street , Patchogue. Mrs . William J. Wright of Main street entertained her bridge club last night. The Crusaders club will hold a food sale in the store next to Roul- ston ' s , Saturday. Trotta BroH . meats , groceries, vegetables , newspapers. Deliveries twice a day. Tel. Bellport 127.—Adv. Miss Doris Carmichael of Hemp- stead was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. William Charlesworth of Bell street. The Woman ' s Society of Christian Service will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday in the Methodist church social hall. Hostesses will be Mrs. George Butler and Mrs. Samuel Bumstead. Mr. and Mrs . Walter K. Ebersole of Country Club road have as their guests for several days Dr. and M rs; Thomas A. Boyd and daughter , Susan of Honolulu. Mr. and Mrs. Elvin L. Page of Academy lane will leave by plane tomorrow night for a visit with Mrs. Page ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs . Arthur G. Lucas , in Daytona Beach , Fla. Gerald Walker was enrolled as a new student in grade 4 of Bellport school this week , having previously attended school in Brooklyn. Another in the series of game parties sponsored by the Rosary so- ciety of St. Joseph' s R. C. church , Hagerman , will be held tomorrow night at Fuoco ' s hall. The members of the society will receive corporate Holy Communion at the 8:30 a. m. mass Sunday and will have a meet - ing in the churc h at 2:15 that aft- ernoon. Mrs. Cecil C. Hoge of Thorn Hedge road was one of the attendants at the wedding of her sister-is-law , Miss Barbara Cecile Hoge , to Prince Ivan Peter Obolensky in the Church of St. Vincent Ferrer in New York Sat- urday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Brown of Bell street left last week on a motor trip to Florida , where they will spend about a month. The Women ' s guild of Christ Epis- copal church will meet at 8 p. m. Monday in the parish hall and will continue their program on the theme \One World in Christ\ with a dis- cussion by the members on \Church Work at Home. \ Mrs. Frederick VanDervoort and Mrs. Charles Voll- mer will be hostesses. Harry Ferrier of North Howell' s Point road will present his magic show at assemblies of the Stony Brook school tomorrow and at the St. James school February 24. BELLPORT LANE BARBER SHOP BELLPORT 696 SPECI A L ! Children ' s Haircut MON. THRU FBX ONLY 50c o - . NE W HOURS 9 A.M. .7 P.M., Mon. thru Fri. Sat. —9 A.M. - 9 P.M. Variety Program Given at School By Grade Pupils BELLPORT —A program of dances , songs and specialties was presented at the Bellport High school assembly last Wednesday afternoon by the students of the seventh and eighth grades. The first number was a dance by Martha Carle ami Nona Cantella to the tune of \Dark Town Strutters ' Ball\ sung by a chorus comprising Lucille Baldassarre , Betty Lou Dar- manin , Jean DiDio , Barbara Fuoco , Marion Laterza , Carol Satornino , Barbara Wagner , Joanne Wallen and Joyce Washington. \Ain 't She Sweet?\ was sung by a quartet composed of Lucille Bald- assarre , Elizabeth Kayton , Mary Minard i and Carol Satornino , and solo , \Home on the Range , \ was sung by Leroy Bannon , accompanied in the chorus hy Fred and Herbert Bornschein , George Carle , Edward Cummings , Thomas Delavetche , Sal- vatore Dinaro , Roger , Edwards , Jay Gould , William Jefferson , William Joyce , John Lanyi , Paul Laterza , Donald Maynes , Peter O'Neill , Har- old Smith , George Stanford , Ernest Walker , 'Bernard Wells , Charles Wells , and Evan Williams. Salvatore Dinaro played a piano solo , \Deep Purple \ followed by an hilarious blindfold , left-hand boxing match , featuring Herbert Born- schein , George Carle , William Jef- ferson and Richard Rosner . Group singing completed the pro- gram , which was directed b y James Vaughan. Ex- Councilwoman Talks to Firep lace Literary Club By Helen M. Ewing During her many years in politics , the question most frequently asked of Genevieve Earle , reti red minority leader of the New York City council , was whether or not she found it a disadvantage to be the only woman among men. Speaking before the Fireplace 1 ! Literary club last Wednesday at the Brookhave n library, Mrs. Earl e said it was her firm conviction that a woman in public life has many ad- vantages , but she also has a tre- mendous responsibility. The main advantage comes fro m the fact that one woman among the few in poli- tics receives much more publicity, and for that very reason has to be correspondingly more careful in or- der not to reflect on women in gen- eral. The white light of publicity which beats upon a woman in pub- lic life is deplorable , but necessary, she said , and a friendly press can be a great asset. During the 31 years which she spent in public life , Mrs. Earle said much distinction and hono r had been conferred upon her by men and she considered this a very significant fact. Although she was in politics for many years , Mrs . Earle did not consider herself a \ politician ,\ but an independent. \Government , \ Mrs. Earle con- tinued , \ was always a magnet to me. Government is a group enter- prise—an effort to get something done for the good of all. Govern- ment is the biggest power in our l ives , outside our family and church . Considering the fact that 12 cents of every dollar we spend goes to the government , it behooves us all to see that it is spent as effectively and constructively as possible. \Politics is the science of govern- ment and the means of harnessing this great power for the good of the community. Government can only give service , and if enough public opinion is expressed , things can be accomplished. \ Mrs . Earle then sketched briefly her experiences from 1935 , when she was asked by Mayor La Guardia to serve on the Charter Revision committee. She accepted this post and for two years worked as the only woman with eight men , in drawing up a new charter for the City of New York . When this was adopted , it created a new city coun- cil to replace the out-dated board of aldermen. She then ran as an independent among 99 candidates , and of the nine members elected , she was the only woman. This resulted in an undue amount of publicity and in- terviews in which the press tried vainly to picture her as a domestic type of woman, whereas in reality, she was much more of a sports- woman. Among the humorous incidents which Mrs. Earle related was one in which a young reporter diffidentl y asked her age . As he was rather facetious about it , she replied that she was \ as old as the Brooklyn bridge and in much better condi- tion. \ However , she was not prepar- ed for the resulting headlines which described her as being coy about her age. Mrs . Enrle recalled a piece of ad- vice fro m former Mayo r Fiorello La Guardia , which was that she must learn to be tough in order to resist pressure which would be brought to bear upon her to vote for various increases in spending, and to al- way s remember that they were spending other people ' s money. Mr. La Guardia also told her \ when one woman fails , all women fail. \ Mrs. Earle was reelected to the City conncil five times , but last year she felt that she would have to re- tire because of a broken hip. Her 15 years as a public official had been exciting, stimulating and re- warding, she said and she was deep- ly moved and touched by the flatter- ing editorials which were published regarding her career. However , she now finds that fac- ing retirement pre sents a problem that is not easy to solve and re- quires an adjustment that is difficult to make. Stephan Leacock , she said , likened retirement to \ a late autumn afternoon , when the leaves are gone , a cold wind is blowing and the day is gone befo re you know it. \ But Mrs. Earle proved her sense of hu- mor by ending on a lighter note with the word s of Don Marquis , \There ' s a dance or two before I' m through , there ' s a dance in the old dame yet!\ At the business meeting preceding the program , Mrs . Thomas H. John- son , local chairman for the Marc h of Dimes , made a plea for contribu- tions to combat polio. Mrs. Edna Ross , artist , and a member of the club , offered one of her paintings , which will be auctioned off at the March meeting. At the close of Mrs. Earle ' s talk , tea was served by the hostesses , Mrs. George P. Morse , Miss Eileen Hermann , Mrs. Emery L. Van Horn and Mrs. John J. Amory. No othtr Long Island ntwapaptr haa any. where nea r thr net paid circulation In the Patchocnc tradlnr area at ha» The I' atch- ogue Advance. —Adv. BEA T WISH 1 HOMES «4500 on Your Lot I 4 ROOMS and BATH . I NC LUDI NG SHOWER NO DOWN PAYM ENT j; Full Cellar — Cement Blocks j : < • • Cesspool • Red Brick Chimney • 3 in. Poured Concrete <; i| Cellar Floo r • Steel Lallv Columns • Doubl e Floors ! ; j; • Asbestos Shingles • Front and Rear Porches \\ <; • Automatic Hot Water Heater , 30-gal. Capacity • Copper ;; ;! Plumbing • Oil Burner Hea t • Modem Kitchen Cabinet •; 'I Units • Built-in Ironing Board • Tile Floors in Kitchen ' , ' , <; and Bathroo m • Completely Sheetrocked and Trimmed ;[ ! > Including Doors, etc. • I-arge Attic Space. ;; ;! « > Built By !i Wallace L Keller I ' < > [\ 61 Daisy Street Patchogue 3977 : ' ' : Wallen Brothers Buy Roulston ' s Store Site BELLPORT — Michael and Joh n Wallen of Bellport have purchased the property and building on the north side of Main street , which is occup ied b y Roulston ' s store , from Mrs. Phyllis Friedlander. Years ago , the building housed the Comet theatre , and after the theatre was discontinued , the property was bought b y Realty associates and rent- ed to Roulston ' s in 1937. Mr. Friedlander purchased the property a few years ago . The prop- erty extends through to Station road. Michael Wallen has been employ- ed by Roulston ' s , Inc., for 21 years and been manager of its Bellport store , which first opened on the south side of Main street , for 19 years . His brother John , well known for his athletic ability, was graduated last year from Indiana Central col- lege and is employed at Republic Aviation corporation. The new owners plan to make no changes in the building for the present. Busy Bellport (35 Tears Ago) By W T P . G. February 5 , 1915 The women folks of the village shipped four or five barrels of clothing to New York this week— good work. About 20 cottages we re rented here before February first. Mrs. P. G. Hubert entertained the Guild on Tuesday afternoon. Miss Gladys Weidner of Jersey City is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weidmv . The building being put up on Main street by Mr. Taylor is to be occupied as a barber shop. Speaking of the bread line , Elbert Hubbard , the lecturer , is a great patron of restaurants and hotels. He says he bought a hat throe years ago for $3 and he figure s that the same hat cost him nearly $300 for the tips and hold-ups of the various hat snatchers he has met in his travels around the country. Abe Martin , speaking of the same petty larceny imposition says: \I may be old-fashioned but when a fellow spends two or three dollars in a restaurant it seems as though he ought ' er git his hat back without paying for it. \ Principal Rollings was given a surprise party by the pupils of the academic department last Friday night. Mrs. Edward R. Shaw leaves Sat- urday on a trip to California. The psychological price of May wheat having reached $1.50 we may now partake of our breakfast food with more gusto. Next Sunda y afternoon at three o ' clock the choir of the Methodist Episcopal church will give a cantata entitled , \The Holy City. \ A part of the cantata will be readings with organ accompaniment to be given by Mrs. William R. Cornish , who is an accomplished elocutionist. Your true economist will spoil a ten dollar pair of trousers sifting: out a dolar ' s worth of cinders. He. uses a hatchet to save buying a can opener , a fork to save buying a stove lid lifter , and burns his fingers rather than purchase another knob for the lid of the tea kettle. On his premises will be found pens that won 't write , shades that won 't roll , hens that won ' t lay and chairs without bottoms. After all , it' s no- body ' s business but his own. MA UDE JONES SHOP ,, Bellport Bellport 780 IS OPEN 25% __ CLEARANC E SALE — 25% on AH FALL and WINTER MERCHANDISE NO CHARGES ALL SALES FINAL Garden Club to Hear Talk by Lab Expert BELLPORT—Edgar Hunter , whai is in charge of grounds at the Brookhaven National laboratory, will speak on \Trees and Shrubs for the Home Grounds \ at a meet- ing of the Bellport Garden club at 3 \ p. m. Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Charles Axtmann on Bell street. The members are looking forward to Mr. Hunter ' s talk with interest , having- enjoyed his discussion on \Lawn Care \ at a meeting last spring. Mr. Hunter was caretaker of 800 , 000 acres of grounds for tho War department for 11 years. ^|j^ VSw^owiH^r^ c. i fff PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED DRUGS — GIFTS — COSMETICS IAIY NEEDS SICK-ROOM SUPPLIES w******^*******^****^******* ^**^***^************************************* W Income Tax Service j THE SER VICES OF | Mr. ERNEST SCHWA B , Public Accountant , wiU | be available to the general public of Bellport and ? surrounding areas every Friday evenmg through j March 15 , 1 950 , between 7:00 P. M. and 10:00 . P. M. in the office of Trotta Bros. Super-Market , Bellport , N. Y. , for the purpose of preparing 1948 I income tax returns. \ BELLPORT—The Parent-Teacher association will mee t in the school auditorium at 8 p. m. next Thurs- day, and after a brief business meet- ing will have a birthday party to celebra te Founders ' day. Square dancing under the direction of Wil- liam A. Higinbotham will be a fea- ture of the party, which is being arranged by a committee headed ' by Mr. and Mrs . Maxwell Small and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Streit. Bellport PTA to Observe Founders ' Day Thursday I TROTTA BROS. Main Street BELLPORT Telephone 767 & 127 MORE FOR YOUR MONEY AT TROTTA' S SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY BONELESS CHUCK POT ROAST . . . 69« lb. STAHL-MEYER Boneless CROSS RIB Club Bacon 35c lb. Oven Roast 75c lb. I WI LSON'S ROLLED Royal Scarlet #2«/ , Can. BUTTER 65c lb. Fruit Cocktail 27c ROYAL SCARLET CREA M and K ERNEL CORN . . 20 «. can 2^39c BIRDS EYE FROZEN McINTOSH Peaches 2 for 39e Apples 4 lbs. 25c FREE P A R KIN G A T RE A R OF O UR ST O RE BROOKHAVEN — The pur- chase of two parcels of l and adjacent to the Brookhaven school for use as an athletic field and parking space , and for possible future expansion , will be voted upon Wednesday at a special meeting of the taxpay- ers of School District 29 in the school. The session is sched- uled to start at 7:30 p. m. The proposition to be placed before the voters by the Board of Education involves the pur- chase of adjacent property now owned by Mrs. Lillian Miller. The trustees have revealed that this land would be paid for out of unappropriated district funds , and will not affect taxes. Brookhaven School District To Vote on Land Purchase PATIENT STUDENTS P e new Red b * d P ***™^ w ' th minimum of effort. Here is a , T , ^' * '\' Cross home sample class being taught by Miss Alice Randall , a nursing classes throughout Suffolk have been greeted Suffolk public health nurse , who is shown demonstrat- or large enrollments of both adults and teenagers. ing how to help a patient to lie down after sitting t raining is designed to help individuals take care of up in bed.

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