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Bayport Items of Inte rest Mrs. Hirnm Dariw , HR 2-1737 METHODIST CHURCH Church school and church ser- vice at the Methodist Church for the Fall season started Sunday at 9:30 and 11 a. m. for both groups. Sunday night the senior Methodist Youth Fellowship met in the church parlors for their first Fall meeting to organize and p lan the Fall prog ram. Robert Ahearn is the new president and Mr. and Mis . Ronald Brovetto are the new advisoi s. Installation of officers will be held October 8. The Junior Hi MYF group will hold their or- ganization meeting 0:30 p. m. Sunday. The Couple ' s Club of the Me- thodist Church enjoyed a havride on Saturday with a 40-mile ride to Artist Lake , returning to the church for a business meeting and l efreshments. Members and guests participating were : Mr. and Mrs. Willard Bates. Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Pulley and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Thornbloom , hosts for the even- ing, and Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Beitel . Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Rich- tor. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brwetto , Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hambley. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Whitsitt , the Rev. and Mrs. Landon K. Owen. M.i . and Mrs. Vincent Fleming, Mr. and Mrs. Edwaid Divis , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pfister , Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Lewis . Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bernhard , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Warnken , Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Fink , Mr. and Mrs. Reuel Rust and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kirouac. The Woman ' s Society of Chris- tian Service will hold their first Fall meeting next Wednesday at 12:30 p. ni. with a Bag 1 incheon. Dessert and coffee will be served in the church dining room , follow - ed by a business meeting with the piesident. Mrs. Vincent Fleming, m charge. The following students of the Bayport-Blue Point High School have been elected for membership on this yeark \The Daemein \ . the school' s newspaper: Pamela Hop- kins Virginia Greaves , Cind y ( . ul p. Joan Fi iedlander , Phvhss Norman. Carolyn Dusza. Judith Jackson. Susan Vanik. Anne Levy. Linda Harlin , Lynn Thompson. Andrea Douglas , Ellen Nevelofl' and Don Dodson. Jam^ s Skelly, Charles Gieaves , Gary Divis , Jo- sep h Garra , (Jerry Baden . Wayne Garhart , and Ke\in Kell y. The Advance is on sale at the Village Stationery, Kurt' s Delica tessen and Romaine ' s Grocery in Bayport. —Adv. Mr. and Mrs . Pierson Van Or- strand and children. Da\ id and Cindy, of Eatondale A\enue spent the weekend as the guests of Mrs. Van Orstraud' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Alvin R. L. Smith , camping a* the Hither Hills camp site. Mrs. Louise Fleming after Inn - ing undergone s n r g e r y at the Southsido Hospital , is c onvalescing at the home of her son and daugh- ter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Fleming on Fairview Avenue with whom she lives. Mr. and Mis. Hiiam Darrow of Bayport Avenue entertained at their home Satuiday night with a chicken barbecue supper for Mr. and Mrs. Horace Mott of Eastport. Mrs . Julia Coupe and Mrs. Paul Wateis of Concord , N.H., aie spending a week' s vacation at the Lome of Mrs. Coupe ' s son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Jack Short , on Kensington Ave- nue. Mrs. Coupe, a firmer Bay- port resident , sold her home on Fairview Avenue in June. Miss Dorothv Bogel , daughter of M T . and Mrs. Charles H. J. Bogel of Connetquot Road , who was a boating counselor at Camp Edey all Summer , left Friday with her parents who diove her to Montpelier , Vt., where Miss Bogel w ill enter her freshman year at Veimont College. Mr. and Mrs. Jeromus Meissner and daughters Misses Virginia an 1 Betsv of Academy Street , return- ed home last Tuesday night after spending a five-day vacation at Twin Mountains , N.H., Miss Vir- ginia , alter spending the weekend visiting at the home of her uncle and aunt , Mr. and Mrs. Adol p h Erikson. at Strathmere , N. J. , will lt ave today to enter her sophomore year in the nurses training course at Wagner College , Staten Island. Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Brown of Third Avenue left Sunday to drive their daughter . Miss Harriet , to Albany State Teachers College where she will enter her senior year. David Rust , son of Mr. and Mrs. Reuel Rust of Snedecor Avenue , left Sunday to work for his mas- ter ' s degree at Cornell University. Mr. and Mrs. Rust' s daughter , Miss Jane , will leave September 17 to enter her junior vear at Lycoming College at Williams- port , Pa. Christina and Dennis De Pietro of Bayport Avenue entertained last W( dnesdav night at a marsh- mallow roast and p icnic part y at the home of their parents , Mr. and Mr.s . Louis De Pietro , for the fol- lowing guests: Cathy and Michael Now-berg\ Maureen McNamee , Lin- da Harlin , Maril yn and William Scherff , Lou Ann De Pietro , Paul Kogut , and Michael Murphy. Miss Bonnie Obrig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Obrig of Mc- Connell Avenue , spent the week- end with her parents. Miss Obrig is m the St. Albans Naval Hosp i- tal Nurse Corps in St. Albans. Frank Schrage of Bayview Ave- nue held a swimming pool and barbi cue luncheon party Saturday at the home of his parents , Mr. and Mrs . Francis Schrage , to cele- brate his twelfth biithday. Boys attending were James Johnston , Edwin Kelly, Kenneth Maler , Mat- thew Pagels , Rupert (Ricky) Christensen and Robert Aquaro. Lorraine Denig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Denig of Ocean Avenue , entertained Satur- day night at a part y at her home with games , dancing and a buffe t supper for the following guests : th\ Mk- .cs Frances Kimbro. Linda Fabel , Renee Kadlec , Cath y Smith , JoAnn Kimbro , Cathv Newberg and Edmund Cray, James New- man , Robert Arden , James Ger- ard , and Thomas Straussner. 1 he Senior Girl Scouts of Neigh- borhood One met last Thursday night at the home of their lead- er , Mrs. Edward Divis on Fair- view Avenue , with assistant lead- dor. Mrs . Vincent Fleming also present. Plans were made for the Seniors to deliver the Southside Hospital Auxiliaries telephone di- rectories to the Bayport residents. Blue Point Girl Scout leader Mrs. William Clarke , a guest at the meeting, spoke about forming a Mariner troop in Neighborhood One. Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Pfister of Bayport Avenue had as their house guests for a few days last wee k . Mr. and Mrs. Charles Froes- sell and children , Deborah , Judith and Kenneth , of Pomone , Calif. On Saturday the Pfisters enter - tained at dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Griehch and children , Susan , Linda and Diane , of Mas- sapequa. Their dinner guests Sun- day were Mrs. Pfister ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. William Smith of Great River , and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer and children , Ray- mond , Russell and Clifford , of Lindenhurst. Dr. and Mrs. Edward Smith and daughters , the Misses Lvnne , Hila- ry Jane and Barbai'a , of Snedecor Avenue and the Misses Vicki Prall , Lynne Le Bow who accom- panied them , attended the Noroton Yacht Club Invitation Regatta , Jet 14 , at Norton where the girls participated in the races. The Home Extension Unit will meet 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Wednes- day morning at the local fire- house for the first of six lessons on up holstery with Mrs. A. A. Holgren , Home Extension County leader , in charge. Mrs. Marion Childress of Pair- view Avenue , of the Photographic and Arts department at Brookha- ven National Laboratory, was one of the representatives of the lab attending the International High Accelerator conference last week from Wednesday until Saturday at the Barbizon-Plaza H otel , at which Brookhaven was the host. The final two days of the con- ference September 10 and 11 were spent at Brookhaven with the de- dication ceremonies for the lab's Alternating Gradient Synchrotron Held yesterday . Mrs. William Northacker and three sons , formei'ly of Middle Road who arrived September 5 fi om Germany, hav e taken a house in Blue Point. Mr. Northack- er , a flight engineer for Pan Am- erican Airlines , is expected back in this country in November. Arthur Clegg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clegg of Oakwood Avenue , left last Thursday for State University College of Edu- cation at Courtland , where he is a junior , for early soccer practice. Mrs. George Howland of Middle Road returned home Sep tember 0 from a vacation spent with hei son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Henry Burmeister , in On- shore , Pa. Miss Susan Barber returned home September 3 from Dayton . Ohio , where she was a brides- maid for Miss Susan Alicia Haas at her wedding August 19 to Don- ald Lee Jones . The girls met at camp in New Hampshire tin - Summer. Miss Kathleen Higgins of Sne decor Avenue entertained at a farewell outdoor barbecue supper part y last Thursday for her broth- er . William Higgins . Jr., who left Saturday for the U. S. Air Fj rce Base at Oakland, Calif., for a two-week training period after which he expects to be shipped to Korea on an 18-month assign- ment. Guests who attended the party of dancing, supper and ga- mes were the Misses Florence Corkery, Grace Biedsoe , Dorothy Bogel , Barbara Butcher , Joan Calamari , Valerie Dennis , Mary Dobson , Margot Du Bois , Lauret- ta Farrands , Janet Ford , Ruth Friedlander . Marie Gillette , Jean- ne Graham , Martha Gregory , Bar- bara Hammond , Carol Harlin , Pa- mela Hopkins , Susan Huskin , El- izabeth \ Jackson , Mai'ilyn Lacy, Patricia Leadbeater , Beatrice Link Rachel Newdell , Jill Madalone , Ju- liene Maxian , Mary Ann Mazzi , Jean Paglia , Gail Petiat. Edna Ringersen , Marilyn Scheiber , Ma- iy Anne Sheehan , Margaret Sos- inski , Sherry Stoll , Lynn Wedeg- is , Linda Weeks . Adrienne Pfister , Suzanne Wilson. Also Arthur Ben- tsen , Thomas Betjemann , Robert Collins , Clyele Cul p, Roy De Bet- ta , William Keller , James Ilib- bard , Serge Doucette. Thomas French , William Hunt , Peter Far mer , John Kehoe , Thomas Hunt , Don Kennedy, John Masem , James Mc Gowan , John Wilson , Robert Wanser , Kenneth Windels, Law- rence Williams , Paul Smith , Rich- ard We> hiauch Thomas Smith . Lawrence Van Duvne and David Randall. Mr. and Mrs . Anthony Adesso of Tucker Drive returned home last Thursday after sp< nding - a two-week vacation at the home of Mr. Adesso ' s brother , Carl Ad- esso , at North Miami , Fla., While there they visited places of inter- est and also many friends and re- lathes. Mrs. Benjamin Kenney and chil- dren , Benjamin , Jr., and Miss Ge- ne , returned home recentl y after spending a three-week vacation vi- siting with Mrs. Knney ' s mother , Mrs. Grace Roth , and Mis . Ken- ney ' s brother , H. J. Roth at their home at Sherman , Tex. Thev al- so spent a few days with Mrs. Kenney ' s aunt , Mrs. Hoi ace Mai- gon , at Anna , Tex. While in Sher- man they attended a familv reu- nion of Mrs. Roth' s relatives. Au- gust 20 Mrs. Kenney also attended a reunion of her classmates fr >m the elementary school in Sherman , with 38 classmates and their fam- ilies present. Mrs. Roth accompan- ied her daughter home to spend the Winter at the Kennev home. Mr. and Mrs. George Maxey of Suydam Lane entertained on the Labor Day weekend for Mr. and Mrs. John Henry Barth of Ur- bana , 111. Their daughter , Miss Vicki Barth , who had arrived at Idlewi'd Airport on Saturday af- ternoon from a Summer European tour, was ako a weekend guest. The house gut sts of Mr. and .Mr- . Alfied Thompson of Lake- view Avenue for the Labor Day weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Har- ry Hoii ' mann and daughter , from Elmhurst. Mr. and Mrs . Albert O. Ness of Bayport Avenue entertained for the following house gue. sts for the Labor Day weekend: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Quinn , and Mrs. Warner Wah s of Manhattan; Mrs. John Lyons and Mis. Fred Nolte of Queens Village. Labor Dav weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Wollert of East Road were .Air. and Mis. Arthur Bruder , of Flushing. Miss Ruth Hegge of Bayport Avenue is spending a few day ' s vacation at the new home of her biother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hegge , at Provi- dence, R. L. who have moved there from New York City. Robert Beitel. son of Mr. and Mrs . Quentin Beitel of Bayport Avenue left September 2 for his sophomon 1 year at Cortland Col- lege , accompanying his class mate Daniel Ande rsen of Amityville , whose parents , Mr. and M' rs. John Andeisen drove the boys to Cort- land. Mr. and Mrs . Lewis Won ad , and daughter , Nancy, and son , Le- wis , Jr., of Bayport Avenue left en Friday morning for Chicago , 111., whei ' e Lewis will enter tue Munl y Bible Institute as a fresh- man. Thev stopped em the way to visit at the home of Mr. anel Mis . Woi rad' s recently married son-in- law and daughter , Mr. and Mi' s . Kenne th Neilson , at Aberdeen. Md. Mr. Neikon is stationed at the U. S. Aimy P inning Grounds fen- six months. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rutkow- ski of Fairview Avenue entertain- ed Saturday night at their h >me with a barbecue' supper party foi the CODS Club and their famil ies . Attending were Air. and Mrs, Alvin Smith of Centereach and their son-in-law anel daughter , Mr. and Airs. Pierson Van Orstrand , and children , David anel Cindy, of Eatondale- Avenue. Mr . and Mrs. Hiram Darrow , of Bayport Ave- nue , and their son-in-law , and daughter . Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kindberg , and children . Eric , Ka ren , Judith , Nancy anel Lance, of Islip Terrace. Also Mr. and Mrs. Percy Overton , Air. and Airs . 1). Foster Overton , anel the ir se>n and daughtei-in-law . Mr. and Mrs. Da- vid F. Overton , all of Lake Grove and the Rutkowski children , Dale , Jill and Robin. Mr. and Airs. James W. Ray- nor , of Division Sti eet had as their housegue sts k>r the Labor Dav weekend Mr. anel Mrs. Val Mo ' rge of the Bronx; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Jensen of Ozone Park; Mi. anel Mrs. William Meklenburg of Lynbrook , anel Mr. and Airs . Rene Fix fi om Massape qua who came to attend the wedding Sunday of Mr. anel Airs. Raynor ' s son , Peter Harrison Raynor , to Miss Marian- ne Gaiafola , oi Patchogue. They also entei tamed the hi ldegroom ' w In-other , James W. Raynor , III , who was his best man , and his elaughter , Miss Patricia , of Thompsonville , Conn. Air. and Airs. Robert Warnken of Cypress Lane entertained at their home on Labor Day with a barbecue supper party for the foi- low nvg guests and their families: Ai r. anel Mrs. Ronald Ringhouse , Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bernhard , Mr. and Airs. Seymour Fink and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Thornbloom. Air. and Mrs. James March of Kensington Avenue had as their houseguest last week Mrs. March' s nep hew , Robert Colomban of Brookl yn. Air. and Mrs. Nelson Denniston of Oak Street had their baby daughter , Vanessa Robin , christen- ed at the Methodist Church at the 9:30 a. m. service by the Rev. Lan- don K. Owen. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weilamann of Pleasantville. Guests at th^ Denniston home for a buffet din- ner party following the ceremony were the godparents , Mr. and Mrs. Weilamann and the grandparents , Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuehn , and Edward Kuehn , of Central Islip. Also Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuehn , Jr., of Lindenhurst , and Mr. anel Mrs. Edward Moran and children , Gregory and Jeffrey of Bay Shore. Mr. and Mirs. C. Robert Brun- ner of Baypoit Avenue enteitain- ed as hou=e guest- < \<i the La- bor Dav weekend. Alt. and Airs. Detlef \ \Volt\r of Flu shing. On Saturday Mr. and Ak . Bi miner held a barbecue- siippei toi 1hem and for Mr. anel Mi - . Vincent Staniewitz anel children . Anita and Richard , the Rev. and Mrs . Lan- don K. Owen anel eh ' lelien. A pril , Holly anel Keith , and Mi. and Mrs . Robert Taylor anel childien. Lil- lian and Robeit. Consult our classified columns for bargains , opportunities , no- tices. —Adv. Iiw Playing—2 Shows VT 7:00 and 9 :00 P. M. j [ BBBk 1 ^k r M \ fcT^Tt nn f Mt TT BI P IB PH aS^^^H| i HAMPTON ARTS THEATRE SIX CORNERS ! WESTHAMPTON BEACH ! T«l. WE 4-2600 ! lUwwiniwvwwtnnnnnnnnnnnnnn nnnnnniuvm ———— —— ¦— -- I MW «WWWIIIIMUW«MllllllllllllyiMA«llllll» . i i« . i i «. | NEW LONDON FREIGHT LINES , Inc. j | Summer Schedule :: Year Round Service i I BETWEEN NEW LONDON , CONN , and ORIENT POINT , L. 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