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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, September 17, 1959, Image 8

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Mrs. Libby Moger and Mrs . Eva Anderson are spending three or four weeks with Mr. and -M rs. Bryon Moger at their Rolling Hills ranch in Rangley, Me. \The Way of Africa \ will be the study book for the year for the Vesper Circle of the Woman ' s Society of Christian Service of the Patchogue Metho- dist church. Mrs. Wanda Seaman was hojitesss at a recent meeting and Miss Gertrude Furman wa.s co-hoste.s.s. Mrs. Lida Scostrom will begin the review of the selected hook at the next meeting of the circle. Mrs. Donald Schneider of Rrightwood s t r e <¦ t entertained about 20 friends Saturday night at the Schneider home in honor of the birthday of Mrs. Daniel Berke of Kctcham avenue . The Original Golden Age club of Patchogue will meet at 8 p. m. Tuesday at the Fou r Sisters Communit y center on South Ocean avenue. Your Own Photo Christmas Cards now on display at Weeks Printing, 14 Railroad Ave., Pat- chogue. —Adv. Mrs. Rose Hertz was hostess at a meeting of the Patchogue Hadassah board at her home on Roe boulevard last Thursday night. Those present were Mes- dames Edith Katcoff , president , Ann Weiner , Shirley Ahriss , Leona Morrison , June Rosenblatt , Sylvia Brochstein , Cathy Rosenblatt , Mae Sloane , Sarah Bush , Helen Cohen , Pearl Fink , Janet Wolff , Helen Forrest , Sylvia Boiler. Lee Kries- berg, Edith Greene and Rae Men- delson. Robert Gray and his sister , Terri Lynn , children of Mr. and Mrs . Robert Gray of Wnverly avenue , celebrated their birthdays Monday afternoon with a lawn party in their honor given by their uncle and aunt , Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Zenker of Waverly ave- nue. Games and refreshments were enjoyed. Bobby was cele- brating his eighth birthday and his sister , her fifth. Their guests were Pe tti Sue and Christopher Fanz , Marie Elaine Giuffrida , Marti n and Anita Garlino , ItV ' ch- ard Gray, Edward , Jon and Den- nis Zenker , Cecilia Garafola and Maelene Spacearotella. Now selling Klberta peaches at the Hulsc Peach Orchard at Bait- ing Hollow , L. I. —Adv. Mrs. Ted Giuffrida of 40 Waverly avenue is convalescing at her hom e af ter undergoing surgery last week at Brookhaven Memorial hosp ital. The GGG club of Patchogue met Monday night at the home of Mrs. Sadie Ell in Bayport. Miss Suzanne Ditmars and Miss Deena RalTe of the Patchogue Library staff were guests at a supper given for them b y the staff of the library. Those, present were Robert Gildersleeve and Mesdames Lillian Boyle , Patricia Fitzgerald , Loretta Klein , Lois Ormsb y, Helen Pfeiffer , and Misses Elaine Phipps , Carol Mason , Mary Mc- Kenna , Joan Pagel , and Mrs. A. G. Ditmars. Miss Ditmars left Sunday for Douglas college , the women ' s undergraduate school of Rutgers university in New Bruns- wick , N. J., and Miss Rafl ' e left Tuesday for Barnard college , the women ' s undergraduate school of Columbia university, New York city. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at Caruso ' s Stationery, Asso- ciated Food Store , Uoll' s Delica- tessen , Rebmann ' s Delicatessen , Medford Avenue Stationery, No- vick' s Super Market , Pat ' s Mar- ket , Finke ' s Delicatessen , Elbert' s Market and Midway Luncheonette in Patchogue. —Adv. Attending the graduation of Miss Carol Usher of Old North Ocean avenue from St. Luke ' s Hosp ital School of Nursing in New York city last Thursday were her parents , Mr. and Mrs. Edwin G. Usher of Patchogue; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rate of Bayport ; Mrs . George Pope of Sayville; James Holman and Mrs. William Ritchie of Blue Point; Mr. and Mrs. William Allibone and Miss Mary Bloom of Rockledge, Pa. Afte r the graduation they attend- ed a reception for the new nurse. The group went to dinner and then to Radio City Music Hall . Patsy PascuzzoJ Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Patsy Pascuzzo , Sr.. of First street celebrated his birth- day Friday with a family gather- ing in his honor. David Koshar , son of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Koshar of Conklin ave- nue , has returned to Denver col- lege in Denver , Colo, where he entered his junior year. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Steinhauer of Cedar avenue and son , Frede- rick , will leave tomorrow to motor to Syracuse where Frederick will enter Syracuse university as a member of the freshman class. When you want good printing in correct style and pleasing ap- pearance , call the Advance , OR 5- 1000. —Adv. Mrs. John Mnclntyre of Hol- brook was guest-ol' -honor at a stork shower given for her Sep- tember 9 by Mrs . Richard Chapin and Miss Blanche Glasson at the rqctory of St. Paul' s Episcopal church. Guests present included Mesdames James Verity, William Tooker , Wilmont Still , Arthur Sceviour , Richard Oi iez , Helen Lighthall , Hairy Ruger , Arthur Leffert , James Kaler , Earl Gor- don , Nicholas Flcischmann , Harry Farides , Richard Chnpin , Milton Blackburn , Roland Baker and J. Dallas Brown and Misses Monet la Baker , Blanche Glasson and Elaine Phipps , all of Patchogue; Mrs. Charles Metzroth of Baby- lon; Mrs. Henry Bilde and Mrs. Anthony Mirabel)! of Bellport; Mrs. Charles Neal and Mrs. I.ud- wig Kotula of Blue Point; Mrs. Philip Pressgrove of Holtsvillo; Mrs . Frank Norton of Bayport; Mrs. William Puis , and Mrs. Clara Smith of East Patchogue and Mrs. A. Henry Habich of Holbrook. The rectory was ap- propriatel y decorated and after all the lovely g ifts had been open- ed the ladies enjoyed a. buffet supper. Celebrating her th i rteenth birth- day Friday ni g ht was Paula Kur- schiier of Maple avenue when she entertained a number of friends at a birthday party. Paula is the (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Kurschner . Her guests were Jane Sackstein , Martha Jas- trow , L y n n Schneider , Linda Sinkolf , Naomi Brockstein , Dianne Stein , Carol Waldbauer , Alice Vieser , .lean Finger , Esther Gindi and Marjoiio Silverman. Also Paul Rosen , Harris Slein , Steven Liebowitz , Mark Novick , Shelby Novick , Jeffrey Kreisberg, Ken- neth Pfeifle , Richard Rein , Jay Meltzer and Harry Greenberg. Mesdames Dorothy Trueit , Edna Biggs and Ella M- .te Costello of the Patchogue unit , American Legion auxiliary, attended the tes- timonial luncheon and meeting for Mrs. Ruth Parsons , county chair- man of Suffolk County committee , American Legion auxiliary, Satur- day at Bronco Charlie ' s in Ouk- dal ' e. Mrs. Trueit sang with the American Legion Auxiliary Glee club and also sang a solo. Mrs. Costello is the newly elected presi- dent of the Patchogue unit. Now yelling Elbertr peaches at the Hulse Peach Orchard at Bait- ing Ho 'low , L. I- —Adv. Ronald Berke , son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Berke of Ketcham avenue, and Harold Strasser , son of Air. and Mrs. Jack Strasser of Sayville , have left to motor to Florida where they are students at the University of Florida in Gainsville. Ronald is entering his sophomore year. They visited many points of interest on the way. the Canaan Lake Civic as- sociation is holding its meeting at 8 p. m. Saturday at the Greene Avenue clubhouse. Dancing will follow. A new slate of Board of Directors will be voted upon. The DYWYK club of the Pa t- chogue Methodist church met Sat- urday ni g ht at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Meany on River avenue. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Goodale of Bright- Waters ; Mr. and Mrs. Clare Wicks , Mr. and Mrs . George Conklin , Mr . and Mrs. Edward Dew , Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Peterson , Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Gordon , Mr. and Mrs. Warren Niemeyer and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin L. Gage. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at McCarthy ' s Luncheonette, Itimi' s Luncheonette , Chiuchiolo ' s Stationery, Jones Grocery, G & G Luncheonette , William Gluth' s Grocery and Caprino ' s in Patch- ogue. —Adv. Captain and Mrs. John Gar- ces , Sr., who are in Panama at Albrook Air Force base , had as their dinner guest on Sunday, Private James Leon , Jr ., of Pat- chogue. Pvt. Leon is stationed at Fort Clayton in the Canal Zone and will return to Patchogue in October when his marriage to Miss Barbara Rate will take place. Mrs. James Reynolds was guest-of-hoiior at a shower in honor of her infant son , James A., Jr. The shower was held Septem- ber 9 at the home of Mrs. William Lukert on Barton avenue. Co- hostess was Mrs. Barbara Mikkel- sen. The room wa.s decora ted in blue and white crepe paper stream- ers and a buffe t supper was served. Guests were : Mesdames William G. Lukert, John Wimmer , Jr., Leopold Mikkelsen , June Dalton , Marie Reynolds , Rose Klien , Doris Erhardt and Miss Carol Ann Rey- nolds , all of Patchogue; Mrs. Edith Dykstra of Bay Shore , Mrs. Evelyne McGowan of Medford ; Mrs. ' Jane Mueller of Yaphank and Mrs. Fay Summer of East Patchogue. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at Mario ' s , Siegcl' s Drug S t o r c , Minardi' a Delicatessen , Pearl' s Delicatessen , Sal' s Delica- tessen in Patchogue. —Adv. Mrs . James Deedy of Oakleigh street celebrated her birthday Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Franklin , Jr., and children , Terri and Jerry, have returned to their home after a week' s vacation in Nashu , N. H. visiting Mr. Franklin ' s brother- in-law and sister , Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olsson. They also visited Belknap State park , the Polar caves and Lake Winnaposauki. Robert Michael Lukert , son of Mr. and Mrs . William Lukert of Barton avenue , celebrated h i s sixth birthday last Thursday with a famil y gat hering in the evening. On Saturday a. party was held at his home. The decorations were in the cowboy roundup theme and the party was held outdoors. The children p layed games and prizes were awarded. Guests were Barbara Toth, Ad- rianne Newman , Donna Lee Mik- kelsen , Shauna and Jimmy Rey- nolds , Dawn and Stephen FWice , Kevin and Timmy Reeves , Pat- rick , Maureen and Cynthia Mc- Bride , Kevin Roman and Robert' s brother , Billy. Robert Palermo , son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Palermo of First street motored to Oneonta Sunday with his family, where he entered the College of Education , He will be a freshman and reside at Lockwood Manor. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at Mac & Julie ' s , Warren ' s Corner Store , Murph y ' s , John ' s ( irocery, Krause ' s Delicatessen nnd Otto ' s Stationery in Patch- ogue. —Adv. On Friday Mr. and Mrs, Frank Ambrose and daughter , Miss Jo- Ann Ambrose , motored to Alfred where Miss Ambrose entered Al- fred university. A member of the freshman class , she will major in laboratory technology. Miss Rita Jl. -itlrit-k is spending two weeks of her month' s vaca- tion with her sister , Mrs . Irene Brand, at West Palm Beach , Flu. Misti Hattrick will spend the re- maining two weeks with her par- ents , Mr. and Mrs . John Hattrick of Lillian place , before returning to Mary Immaculate Hospital School of Nursing in Jamaica , where she will be a senior. Leaving Monday for Ithaca college will be Phili p Alloy, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Phili p Alloy of Wood avenue. Mr. Alloy, who is majoring in music , has been playing the organ during the summer month s at St. Paul' s Episcopal church. He is a mem- ber of Phi Mu Al pha Sinfonia at the college. Mr. and Mrs. Norn ' s Oilman, Sr ., of 319 South Ocean aveue , and Mr . and Mrs. Norris Oilman , Jr.. and son , Scott , of 195 Carman street , have returned from a two- week vacation in Florida where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Oilman , Sr. ' s , son-in-law anj daughter , Mr. and Mrs . Kenneth K. Smith , and family in Clearwate r , Fla. Miss Sonya Brochstein of West Main street entered Harpur col- lege in Endicott for her freshman year. Miss Brochstein and her parents, Mr. and Mrs . Morris Brochstein , motored to Endicott. She is taking a libera l arts course at college. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haab and daughters , Lea and Joan , motored to Kingston , R. I., Sunday and Miss Lea Haab entered the Uni- versity of Rhode Island for her freshman year. She is majoring in home economics. Gary Greco , son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Greco of Bailey ave- nue, left b y p lane Saturday for Grove City, Pa., where he will enter Grove Cit y college. He will major in business administration. PATCHOGUE LOCALS CAULIFLOWER , SPUDS ZZJnPfj rS State fair in Syracuse. Pictured visiting with few of more than 200 , 000 persons who visited Long Island and Department of Agriculture exhibit are, from right , Vincent Garland , secretary of Long Island Agricultural Marketing association; Robert R oosa , manager of Long Island Cauliflower association , and Abe Den- holt z , president of Long Island Cauliflower Distributors , Inc. Empire State Trademark potatoes and Long Island cauliflower were highlighted at exhibit constructed by farm products pro- motion section of Department of Agriculture. School Guard Stationed At Senix Ave . Crossing Curve Widening Uncertain: CENTER MORICHES — Because of the danger to school chil- dren crossing Montauk highway at Senix avenue here , the Brook- haven Town board last Tuesday requested Police Chief Edward N. Bridge to station a school crossing guard at. that point. The guard , Hiram R. Reeve of Moriches avenue , Moriches , began his duties the first day of school last Wed- nesday. Supervisor Percy B. Raynor ex- p lained that because of the in- crease in population in the Holi- day Beach section of Center Mo- riches the number of school chil- dren using the crossing has also increu. c.l. \Students at three schools nave to cross the highway at this dangerous intersection , \ Mr. Raynor declared. Meanwhile , Mr. Raynor said that he is expecting an an- swer from the state in reference to the proposed widening of the Senix avenue curve. Mr. Raynor sent a letter to the state in May of last year asking the Depart- ment of Public Works to consider some corrective action on the Senix avenue curve and the curve at Anton ' s corner , East Moriches. The Moriches Chamber of Com- merce , which has also advocate d the elimination of the sharp curve in Cente r Moriches , early last month sent its entire file of letters and other material on the widen- ing to Mr. Raynor. The supervisor said he sent another letter to the state three weeks ago , and is still waiting for an answer. Mr. Raynor said he also has received a petition asking for side- walks on the south side of the Montauk highway around the Se- nix avenue curve. The petition was instigated by Emery Tenke of Senix avenue. \I don 't want to start constructing sidewalks and then have the state ri p them up for widening the highway. Let' s firs t see what the state has to say before we consider the con- struction of sidewalks , \ Mr. Ray- nor «iid. He also mentioned the possibility that much of the Mon- tauk highway traffic will be di- verted once the Moriches bypass is completed next summer. The Chamber of Commerce has written Mr. Raynor that it has contacted one owner of property which fronts on Montauk highway at Senix avenue , and has obtained an unofficial sketch from the De- partment of Public Works for im- proving the Senix avenue turn. Advance classifieds sell items in a hurry. Phone GR 5-1000. EDWIN A. LILLEY , 51 , of, . Route 112 , Medford. died unexpect- edly yesterday morning while driv- ing his truck on Medford avenue , North Patchogue. Born in New York city, he had resided here for 27 years. He was a roofe r by trade. He is survived by his wife , Mabel; a son , Ronald; two daugh- ters , Miss Beatrice Li 1 ley and Miss Sylvia Lilley, all of Medford . Private services will be held at 8 p.m. today at the Robertaccio Funeral Home , Patchogue. Private cremation will follow at Washing- ton Memorial Park , Coram , to- morrow. MRS. NORA LUCAS LEACH , 71 , former resident of Selden , died Monday in Bradehton , Fla. Mrs. Lucas had lived in Florida seven years. Born in England , she was a resident of Selden most of her life. She was a member of the Old Glory chapter , OES and the Ruth Shrine. She is survived by her husband , Walter L. Leach of Bradenton , Fla.; three daughters , Mrs. Wil- liam Wild of Holbrook , Mrs. Jo- seph Benincasa of Patchogue , and Mrs. Earl Hatfield of Alton , 111., 8 grandchildren; 12 great-grand- children; three sisters, Mrs. Ellen Mates of Huntington and Mrs. Ellen Hansen of Broad Channel ; and Mrs. Jesse Carmen of Bald- win Harbor; two brothers , James Hansen of Woodside and John Sheehan of New York city. Eastern Star services will be held at 8 p.m. and Ruth Shrine services will be held at 8:30 p.m. tomorrow , at the Robertaccio Fu- neral Home , Patchogue. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Sat- urday at the Robertaccio Funera l •>Home , with the Rev. Louis H. •Martin of St. John ' s Lutheran churc n , Holbrook , officiating. In- terment will follow in Waverly cemetery, Holtsville. MRS. FLORENCE E SCH- ARFF , 63 , of 113 Namkee road , Blue Point , died Monday at her home. Boj-n in Brookl yn , Mrs. Scharff had lived in Valley Stream prior to coming to Blue Point eight yea^s ago. She was a member of Highland Chapter 385 , OES , Hig h- land. She is survived by her husband , William Scharff of Blue Point; a son , Robert Scharff of Stony Brook; a sister , Mrs . Herman Ro- bohm of Whi ppany, N. J., and two granddaughters. A service was held by Metlak- hatla chapter , OES , Sayville , at 8 p. m. yesterday. Funeral ser- vices will be held at Reylek Fun- eral Home , Sayville , at 11 a. m today with the Rev. Donald Broad of Setauket Presbyterian church officiating. Interment will follow in St. Ann ' s cemetery, Sayville. MRS. EMILY KOPPENHOE- FER , 75. . of 16 Clinton avenue , North Patchogue , died yesterday at her home. Born in Brooklyn , she had been a resident of North Patchogue for five years. She is survived b y her husband , George ; a son , William; a daug h- ter , Mrs. Ruth Hildreth; two grandchildren and four great grandchildren , all of North Pat- chogue. Funeral services will be held at 8 p. m. tomorrow at C. W. Ruland Sons Funeral Home , Pat- chogu e , with the Rev. Lammert Redelfs , pastor of the Lutheran Churc h of Our Savior , Patchogue , officiating. Interment will be Sat- urday morning in Mount Olivet cemetery, Brooklyn. MRS. LOUISE P. CHAMPLIN , 68 , a former resident of Dania , Fla., died Saturday at her home at 9 Woodruff street , Bell port. She was born in Jacksonville , Fla., and had been a resident of Bell port for three months . She is survived by her husband , Nathan Champlin of Bellport ; a brother , Dr. M. L. Plumer of Newton , N. J.; and a sister , Mrs Lina Clingen of Long Branch , N. J. Services and cremation were private. Arrangements were by C. W Ruland Sons Funeral Home of Patchogue. RECENT OBITUARIES The Brookhaven Town board announced last Tuesday it had purchased $300 wortn of lots th rough tax sale to increase the boundaries of the Mastic Beach Recreation park. The acquisition increases the size of the ballfield by a strip of some 100 feet south from the American Legion hall in Mastic Beach. Justice of the Peace Erling Larsen said the town expects to get title to the remaining lots in the stri p by November. Land Purchase Will Increase MB Park WHAT IS THE CAPTAIN'S CLUB? Ask Vfe' Ed **f*- Way ne South Bay Boat Works River Avenue I' tatchogue Tel. GRover 5-0066 : 14 DAY FREE TRIAL ! . for a limited time only ! ' jjflhk \ 0N ALL ^^^^^^mW • Qfc 9k J§& \ GIRDLES (J& PANTIE GIRDLES \^^iife8||| |&L AS SEEN ON TV ^ f^-iEpMli ^i^^^ : MONEY BAC K ¦ GUARANTEE u I \y / Only Silf Skin dares to moke this ./^^\ \¦x ^. / money bock guarantee .. . / • • ' . ' • / \^¦~^ ; ' '\ ¦ f because only Silf Skin is knit / ' ' . '/ \ fro m one continuous strand of / ' \ the finest elastic with no bulk y I . \ ' \ teams to bind or irritate) As / • ' 1 smooth and soft next to your / ¦ , | I skin as a powder puffl Come in j . t j • ' | today, buy your Silf Skin and I: ' l ~ -~*~ | wear it for 14 days. If you are I \ not completely satisfied , send it I t < ^k j n back ... along with the dated \ ^M sales check , to Silf Skin , Inc., \ 10 East 39th Street , New York \y . ~ :^.JZ. L-C \ . ' ?-^—^ > 16 , New York. Your lull pur. \' < ., r\i ^ . chase price will be refunded, }> \ 1 If Thi* offer is for a '\ \\' j-% limited fims onlyl \ \ 1 from *WP \ \ . . I S&N FOUNDATIONS — Main Floor , Left Ir^ir^ S *&****% ^ our Department Store in Patchogue ¦ \ - - ¦ f y^^^^ piiHii i, E A I Patchogue B ^^^ffiSSSB^^^^^Hj \ B MF* ^ BH !¦ gZ,^M^lBM^^^^M => g^ ^ftt pa ^^ GRover ^WPl 1 1 I^MSSH ' I %M \^ €J H 5'0280 I Blii^ii ^ lili«^ \ l#J# : C QRO ¦ FALL FASHIONS „ fc h S \ / && St®^, r <K? <Y- 'iJfe-r / - S * z H^^ 7 / , : S VS IX 'W% / fl| ' mm \\ Coro ' s pretty young jewelry for pretty young things . . . Wear Coro jewelry on the job , on the campus or on the dance floor! S&N ACCESSORIES — Main Floor. Front . \ at Swezey & Newins < \ Patchogue • Perfect harmony . . . S.L.P. . . . real good news . . . wel- come . . . free for the asking . . . history on display . . . adults only . . . good protection and here we go . . . BRISK — The weather is brisk , the sky is clear , and there is a snap in people ' s walking- and thinking these wonderfu l fall days here on the world' s greatest island. * * * NOW HEAR THIS — Here is the news you have been waiting for. It is Swezey ' s NEW S.L.P. policy for ladies ' dresses. The S.L.P. stands for Smashing Low Prices. Now we know that in the past a lot has been said by a lot of people about prices. So here is what we suggest. Seeing is believing, so-o-o-o next time you are in town make S&N' s 2nd floor dress department a \ must\ stop. . You 'll see the larg- est selection of dresses ever assembled in this area . Then we ask you to look at the wide selection of styles for every taste. Finally we ask you to check the prices. Fair enough ? You 'll be happily surprised as hundreds of others have during the past two weeks. It' s new, it' s convenient. S.L.P. * * * V TIMELY AND FREE—Right now most of the youngsters are looking for book covers for \ their school books. May we invite you to stop at our main floor girls ' dept. or our 2nd floor boys '' dept. and pick up free book covers 4hat are hand- somely illustrated with many of the \firsts \ that this coun- try has achieved? There is no \ charge or obligation while they last. Just ask any sales person. * * * HARMONY — Not the singing kind but the room kind of har- mony is the keynote of the won- derfu l tole lamps now on display in Ted Wilson ' s busy furniture department. You will find six different styles to fit every pos- sible use. Each of them is priced at $10 and give the finest of lighting as well as pleasant beauty to any home. * * * HISTORY ON DISPLAY — The importance of the battle of Long Island on the outcome of the Revolutionary War was in- creased a few yea rs ago as the result of documents found in the Manor of St. George located at Mastic Beach. This local museum should be a \ must\ visit for every resident of our area who takes pride in his community. A small portion of the museum pieces is on dis- play right now .throughout the S&N Main Street windows. We urge you to examine these documents and we also urge you to visit the Manor. Free pamphlets are available at our -\'am floor cashier ' s desk and yoi. 'an reach the museum «on« veniei. ' v by taking the Sunrise highway * ¦> Shirley, turning right on V ' ,; am Floyd park- way and following the sign in- dicating the turn off to the right from the parkway. * * * PLAYTEX , PLAYTEX — On sale right now in our always busy foundations department are fa- mous Playtex Magic Controller girdles and Cotton Pretty bras . They are all first quality and the savings are terrific. So act right now while the supply lasts. It' s an ideal time to stock up for the coming seasons. * • • i THIS SATURDAY — From 9 a. m. to 12 noon this Satur- day, September 19 , the Patch- ogue Rotary Club is sponsoring a FREE POLIO SHOT CLINIC for both youngsters and adults at the Bay Avenue school' in Patchogue. Nine of our local doctors will be giving first , sec- ond and third polio shots to anyone who wishes to be im- munized. If you are not fully protected now , be among those present this Saturday. * * • THOUGHTS WHILE STROL- LING — Adult education sched- ules available at our cashier ' s desk (still time to sign up) . . . Mildred Erickson , our hosiery buyer , and Bill Gerard both vaca- tioning . . . orchids to Murray Rose (Rose Jewelers) for an ex- cellent job in organizing the service club Sloball game with Al Schacht for the benefit of the Brookhaven Memorial hospital... want a real buy? See those sensational 79c window shades in our basement housewares depart- ment . . . folks find it hard to believe that this price also in- cludes the window roller . . . another remarkable value is the large jewel box buy in our ac- cessory de p t. priced at 2.98 (reg. 3.98) complete with- lift-out tray . . . Evie Drescher recuperating after an automobile accident . . . detailed touches being put on front section of store by Pete \Display \ Liberey . . . ' well , that' s it except for 'our . . . THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK —The major part of each day, our youngsters spend with their school teachers. A word of ap- preciation by parents to this fine group of people in our com- munity is constantly deserved. See you in the store during the week. THE FLOORWALKER Swezey & Newins Patchogua j - The - \ Floorwalker j i 4 Precision printing is right up our alley. Quality work , fast ser- vice at pleasing prices at The Advance.—Adv.

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