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The Watchman of the sunrise trail. (Mattituck, N.Y.) 1927-1937, May 07, 1936, Image 8

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PAGE EIGHT THE WATCHMAN (Of the Sunrise Trail) Thartclay, May 7, 1936 C a s h C o u p o n W ins 4 5 .0 0 MOTHER’S DAY MAY 10th REMEMBER MOTHER WITH A Box Of Whitman Chocolates $1.00 TO $3.00 BARKER’S DRUG STORE LIQUOR WINES BEER ALBIN’S LUNCH BEER ON TAP MATTITUCK Meab At All Hours OMER'S BEAUTY SHOP FEATURING ZOTOS AND JAMAL MACHINELESS PERNAMENTS $6.50 and $10.00 SCHICK DRY SHAVER NO BLADES - NO LATHER ASK FOR A DEMONSTRATION LU COX MEN'S WEAR Radios And Ellectric Motors Repaired LA1EST ATWATERKENT RADIOS BESCH & ACKERMAN WINES LIQUORS LACOLLA’S S Peach VALUE $1.25 E Apricot 39*^ 0 Blackberry I A Cherry Pint Matt. National Bank & Trust Co. Complete Banking & Trust Service MATTITUCK, L. I. FOR MOTHER’S DAY Sunday, May 10th “Sweets To The Sweetest Mother” A LOFT MOTHER Of PEARL BOOK PKG. Of ASSORTED CHOCOLATES SPECIAL AT 39c ALSO BEAUT1F»UL BOXES OF SCHRAFFTS', WHITMAN*, APOLLO, LOFT’S, PARK AND TILFORD AND PAGE & SHAW CHOCOLATES Brown’s United & Stationmy Store Every Sat Night These Merchants Will Give $45.00 to Lucky Number M ATTITUClr *\* LOCALS Mrs. E rnest W ilsberg and fam ily who have been spending the w inter in Florida are expected home the 15th of May. Mrs. M artin Lehr of Southold sang a solo in the Presbyterian Church on Sunday M^ay 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice King .who have been spending the w inter in Florida have returned to their home on Suffolk Avenue. Miss Mary Solay and Miss Theo­ dosia Bay of Elm h u rst spent the weekend in th e ir bungalow on the Bay. On Thursday April 30th Mr. and Mrs. John W*; Sinclaire and their daughter Marie and son David B. and Mrs. Sinclaire’s parents Mr. and Mrs. David H. King of New Suffolk moved into one of Charles Hamil­ ton’s houses. The Girl Reserves held a food sale in D u ryee’s store on Saturday m o rn­ ing May 2nd. Mrs. Cono Borrelli and her son, Dickie were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. H a rry DePetris. Miss Mary D ePetris who is tea,ch- ing school in W e st Hempstead spent the week-end a t the home of her parents, Miss DePetris who has taug^ h t the 6 th and 7th grades will teach the 8 th grade next year in Bmith- town. • ' In the Poppy Poster contest spon­ sored by the Raymond Cleaves Aux­ iliary American Legion the first pr- Cox, in grojup 2 grades 7, 8 , 9, first prize was won by Jennie Moisa, 2nd place by M arjorie Gaffney in group 3 grades 4, 5, 6 1st prize was won by Leon Lessard 2nd place by Ed- ird Meleski. Mrs. Elizabeth Fippanger of Leo- nia. New Jersey has returned home after spending several days visiting a t the home of her sister Mrs. Geor­ ge Spilger. Mr. and Mfs. William Fogarty of Laurel with their two sons H e rbert and Billie and Mrs. F o g a rty’s mother Mrs. Keane moved on Friday May 1st into Charles Hamilton’s house on Pacific Street. Mr. and Mrs, Valentine W. Smith of Bay Avenue, had as week end guests their son, Julian D. Smith with his wife and daug^hter, Evelyn. He is a florist and President of Ihe Board of Education a t Seaford, Long Island. Frank Richards has further added to the beauty of his property at the foot of Rochelle Place by a substan­ tial planting of evergreens and other tree® and the erection of a board fence, in architectural keeping with the style of his handsome house. 'Mrs. Russell Perrine and children spent several days last week visiting a t Rockville Centre, L. I. Miss Bertha Bader was hostess to the youngr ladies bridge club Tues­ day nig'ht at the home of Miss Adele Hamilton. Jam e s Wasson was the lucky w in­ n e r of the M attituck M erchants’ cash award of $36 given Saturday night. M o n fort Wyckoff won the second cash award of $ 1 0 . Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Taylor of M a ttituck announce the birth of a daughter Gloria Amelia on May 2. More Locals Page 5 GILDERSLEEVE BROS. k : e : o s For the Whole Family ASK FOR J[£|)S HAND-BOOK ~~ SPECIAL THIS COUPON GOOD FOR 25c TOWARD THE PURCHASE OF Arfv ARTICLE AT OUR PLANT AMOUNTING TO $1.00 OR OVER VALID ONLY UNTIL MAY 15TH 1936. HENRY P. TUTHILL PITTSTON COAL WOLGO the TAILOR GENERAL REPAIRING SPECIAL THIS WEEK MEN’S SUITS REG. $22.50 NOW $20.50 Overalls, Shirt*, Work Pants, GIove«, Etc., At Co»t Price PARADISE SHOPPE -I MOTHER’S DAY IDEAL GIFT GOLD STRIPE SILK HOSIERY • SHEER AND SERVICE SHEER IN ALL THE LATEST SHADES SIZES 8 1-2 to 10 1-2 ’ AT THE REMARKABLY LOW PRICE OF OTHER GRADES — 35c, 50c AND 69c SAMUEL’S DEPT. STORE MATINEE SAT. & SUN. IM ATTITUC If r THEATRE LUCKY every SAT JACK-POT TUE. SAT. SUN. *Music Goes ’Round’ Harrjr Richman - Rochelle Hudaott M A Y 9 . 10 TUES. WED. MAY 12 . 13 Everybodys old Man Rochelle Hudson - Norman Foster SAT. SUN. ‘^Chas. Chan Circus” WARNER OLAND MAY 16 - 17 ‘Don’t Get Personitl’ Sally EILERS Janies DUNN “Silver Spurs” BUCK JONES W. V. DURYEE HEAEX^UARTERS FOR Leonard Electric Refrigerators Phone 120 M A T T ITUCK THE GABLES BAR - GRILL Special - Luncheon • 50c D. T. SCHOLTZ. Mgr. saat

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