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The Watchman of the sunrise trail. (Mattituck, N.Y.) 1927-1937, April 29, 1937, Image 3

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Thursday, April 29, 1937 THE WATCHMAN (Of tht, Sunri.e Trail) PAGE THREE Milt. Tiir. Tliiir. Siit. Him. Af '3:1:. T. M. K^cr.v lOtcniiiK 2 SIiowh i:!\) - ll;l.» FRI. SAT. APR. 30 - MAY 1 Double Feature Bill \OUTCAST\ with WARREN WILLIAM ^ and \Murder Goes To College\ with Roscoe Karns - Matsha Hunti SUN. MON. MAY 2-3 JOHN BARP.VMORE > BASIL RATHBONE EDNA WflF OLIVER • REGINALD DENNY • n M.G.M. PIclar* TUE. WED. MAY 4-5 THUR. FKI. MAY 6-7 COMEDY - MUSIC - ROMANCE \TOP OF «THE TOWN\ with HUGH HERBERT Doris No'.an - Gregory Ratoff CUTCHOGUE Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Case have now ^oved to their summer home on the Sound. Mrs. Florence Wickham entertained a few guests at tea on Thiursday of this week. Sally Corwin of Aquebogue spent the ^eek-end with her cousin, Adelaide Midgeley. Elbert Austin and Lloyd Lindsay at- tended the United Christian Youth Coj^erence, which was held in New Y^ft City last week-end. \ W. and Mrs. C. P. Tuthill spent the week-end with their cousin, Mr. Ster- ling Filmer, of Stratford, Conn. Mrs. Gerald Beebe entertained two tables at bridge on Tuesday evening ^f this week. Mrs. Athelstane Kendrick and her daughter, Constance, are spending some time at their home here. Mr. Kendrick was down from the city for the week-end. ^ Mrs. Wftlter Prince of Valley Stream spent the week-end with her motfher, Mrs. Charlotte Grathwohl. On Friday evening, April 30th, at 8 o'clock, tl^^ .Cutqhogue .JV^ep's Club Joins the Southold Men's Brotherhood /or a program and a social evening at tlie Southold M. E. Church. The pro- gram will be given by the Cutchogue Men's Club. Mrs. Laura Horton, Eugene Horton, Mrs. Marjorie Wickham and Mrs. Mat- ^ie Lindsay were Sunday guests of Mrs. William Harris. Mrs. Sadie Braun of Brooklyn was a g^t last week of Mr. and Mrs. W. E.lBrnell. i On Thursday, April 29th, at 7:30 ithe District Leadership Training Class will meet at the Methodist Church.' Miss Walker and Rev. Mr. MacLean are the teachers. Mrs. Lam-a Horton entertained a group of friends at 500 last Saturday livening. Mrs. William Harris was the prize winner. Mrs. Irving Renber and Mrs. James ArroU of Jamaica spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Linnaeus Allen. Mrs. Laura Goodale of Greenport siMjnt Saturday with her sister, Mrs. I Theodore Beebe. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Case of Pat- phogue spent the week-onrl with their purents, Mr. . rd Mrs. R. V/. Sterling. Mrs. Charli.-. J. Williams of 550 Jef- ferson Avenue, was hostess at a fam- ily reunion on April 22nd. The guests were Mrs. Nellie Jones, Mrs. William Hennessey and baby Ruth 5 weeks old Mrs. George Slaterbeck, Mrs. Gordon Slaterbeck, Mrs. R. Cherrington, Mrs. Charles E. Cross, Mrs, Clarence E. Cross, Mrs. Ralph O. Williams and Mrs. Edna Wedell, FIRST WEAKFISH NOW IN PECONIC BAY The first weakfish have entered Peconic Bay, although they are not yet (generally manifesting thoir pre- sence to fishermen hopefully trying for them. The first rod and reel catch was inade Sunday, April 25, near Jessups Neck by an angler, as yet unidentified, who hails from Riv- crhead and Avho was' fishing Iflor. flounders with clam bait. ) It is an almost unprecedented phenomenon for the fir.st rod and reel orange fin to be taken .so early in April though it is not unusual for the vanguard of the schools which will be plentiful in Peconic next month to lose straying fish to the pound netg of commercial men around Gardiner's Bay. Weakfish Easily Lost Weakfish have to be handled care- fully and netted when alongside the boat, for hooks pull easily through the weak mouths which give the fish their name. Special weakfish rods 4 1-2 to 5 1-2 feet in length usually are employed and a small reel cap- able of carrying 150 yards of nine- thread line is quite satisfactory. A star drag is quite unnecessary. Weak^ fish are never horsed in and the rod must always be elevated when the fi.sh i? hooked. In wcakfishing the rod does most of the work. WcrJcfish have been known to take • even feather lures but sand ' and Moo'^lwoms, .'^trun'r on the hook by the hoafi nnd allowed to trail j several inches behind the hook while I fishing, give the best results. The early fish often are big 'tiderun- ners\ and are taken near the bot- tom, frequently on squid or squid and worm bait. Later, when the fi.-h are more numerous, they are chum- < med for with shrimp, and hooks are ' often baited with shrimp. A strike i on shrimp bait usually is about twice i as vigorous as is that obtained on worms. Notice to Fish Killers. Walt Willis of the Fishing Infor- mation Bureau at Pennsylvania Station has addressed a message to boat captains at Canoe Place in which he recalls the waste of weak- fish in 1935 and 1936 by boats whose gue.sts caught more than they could use, the surplus fish being dropped along many a Long Island roadside and left to rot. \Will you call the attention of your patrons,\ he says \to the fact that to disregard the principles of sportsmanship and kill more fish than they can use will eventually prove, disastrous? Will you remind them to return carefully the small fish to the wat- er and, when they have taken a mess of good sized fish, to quit?\ Walt might have gone further and added that the time is coming when the sport angler who catches 100, 150 or 200 fish in a day will be pilloried in print unless he can prove proper disposition of the cat- ch. iSome day that will go for floun- der killers too. I Conn, has been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John Kcnnoy of Railroad Avenue. Miss Manraret Harper returned Inst week from a trip to Etrmuda. John Ruebsamon now has his real estate office in the Fanning house ncvt door to the Post Office. Mrs. Lucy Foli< has returned from St. Petersburg, Florida, where she spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. William Richmond are at their home on the North Road for a short visit. Mr. and Mr.s. Clifford Utz of Greenport have rented a cottage in the Arshamomoque Colony and plan to be year round residents. Dr. Stanley Thomas and family have opened their cottage at the Ar- shamomoque Colony. Bertha Mannweikler is taking a course in child nursing at Sea Cliff. J. N. Hallock, R. G. Terry and I. P. Torry are attending the ses- sions of fho National Savings Bank Convention at the Waldorf Astoria in N. Y. City, this week. Albert T. 1'' :; ison is confined to his home by illnc.ss. IVIr. H. Von Bartheld and his sis- ter Mrs. C. Matthews have opened their home at Cedar Beach for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Mott of Brooklyn will open their home at South Harbor this week. Cherokces H.ive No Chief The Indian liiironn says (bat thero Is no rl)lpf of tlio Cliorokoe Indians The riiorokoe nation ^onf out of ex- la^pnee n long time nsn. MATTITUCK GARAGE ERNEST WILSBERG, Prop. STORAGE — REPAIRS — ACCESSORIES Diesel Repairs Gas Engines Repaired Phone 130 SOUTHOLD Miss Mary Kenney of Bridgeport, THE MATTITUCK NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST CO, Member Fed-^riJ Reserre COMMERCIAL AND TRUST SERVICE WE KNOW OUR WINES! LACOLLA'S QUALITY - PURITY - PRICE ALWAYS GUARANTEED COMPARE OUR PRICES WITH ANY OF NEW YORK'S LAivGEST STORES WE KNOW OUR LIQUORS! WEEK-END SPECIALS RYE STRAIGHT PENN — QUART SHERRY FROM SPAIN 99^ FIFTH WINE BURBANKS CALIFORNIA ^^c Half Gal. Value $1.39 G I N London Regal 94« FIFTH DISTILLED STAIGHT WHISKEY Maywoodie 89c 90% PROOF PINT AGED 18 MOS. SCOTCH ' SIP FIFTH COMPLETE LINEOFLEADING BRANDS IX>MESTIC IMPORTED MAIL AND PHONE ORDERS ON $2.00 OR MORE . . . PHONE MATTITUCK 258 LACOLLA'S MATTITUCK OPP. UM. STA. :: OPEN EVERY NIGHT TILL 10 SATURDAYS TILL 12 - ^

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