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The Long Island traveler-watchman. (Southold, Long Island, N.Y.) 1975-1990, July 31, 1975, Image 10

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PAGE TEN LONG ISLAND TRAVELER-WATCHMAN THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1975 Riverhead (Continued from Page 9) place at the Annual International Convention held this year in New York City. The Golden CirtMe of St. Jo h n ’s R. C. Church in Riverhead will hold a luncheon on August 7 (Thursday), at 1:45 p.m . at the Neptune Diner on Rte. 58 in Riverhead. Lyn Woolley, daughter of Vickie and Al Woolley of Main Road, Aquebogue, was the guest of honor at a bridal shower held for her at the Old Steeple Church in A q u e ­ bogue. H e r sister-in-law and m a ­ tron of honor Susan Woolley and bridesm a ids, M aryann Kulesa, Ann Denario, Donna Welsh, Patty Pav- lakis and her sister, Lisa Woolley, p l a n n e d it. She re c e i v e d m a n y beautiful gifts from the 50 guests. Mrs. Steve Lawendowski baked a cake for the buffet. Everyone was a m a z e d at th e c o n t e n t s of th e W ishing Well m a d e by Dorothy Kulesa and her daughters, Susan and Maryann. It held everything from an apron from Gloria Galla­ g h e r to a cre c h e from Shirley Koulter (with a note “ For your first C h r is tm a s ” ). Lyn and Richard Bod- zek, son of Mrs. Gladys Bodzek of Osborne Avenue, Riverhead, will be married on August 24 at St. Jo h n th e E v a n g e l i s t C h u r c h in Riverhead. The 2nd Annual Festival of the Christian Home of the First Parish Church will be held on Saturday, August 9, on the lawn of the Sound Avenue Church in Jam e s p o rt. Co- c h a i r m e n M r . a n d M r s . R u s s e l Moore and their committee, Mrs. Ella Wells, Mrs. Elma Helms, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wells, Jr., Jim Torrens and Elizabeth Moore prom ­ ise an exciting and interesting day. T h e r e will b e a gift ta b l e of handiwork, a food and cake table, a W h i t e E l e p h a n t ta b l e , r e f r e s h ­ m e n ts, and a huge truck stacked h i g h w i t h fre s h p r o d u c e from nearby farm s , hor fun, food and f e s ­ tivities, it’s 10 a.m . to 3 p.m ., rain or shine. All welcome. Charlie C r u m p 's Cocktail Party on Saturday, held to raise funds to help get him re-elected as assessor of Riverhead Town, was a resound­ ing success. It was given at the yards on J. T. Blvd. and Fanning Street of his good friends, Gladys and Henry Baskin and Jean and Charles Hudson. A band composed of Ralph (Chappie) Bordman on the organ, H e r m a n (Satch) Channel on th e d r u m s a n d C h a p p i e ’s son, R a l p h (C h ief) B o r d m a n on the saxaphone kept everyone dancing— H e s ter Taylor and Robert Fletcher doing the Lindy. Cleo and Leroy B r o w n , R u d i e an d R u th F u n n , Eddie Hobson and even Satch came dow n a n d did a n u m b e r w ith Almeade Francis! Ruth Nelson sang and Bennie Brunskill took care of the refreshm e n ts for the crowd of 200 people who came from all over (Doris and Lex Gay of Hem p s tead, Anne H u n ter, MaryAnn and Arm­ stead Wynn from Uniondale, Terry Buckley from Mt. Sinai and many others) to wish Charlie well. They say April Showers bring May flowers. It seem s that bridal Wheeler’s Garage l)a> 765-.^542 - NiKhI 76.S-.WK) GbNERAI. ALTO KKPAIKS AAA - 24 HOUR TOWINC Sunoco Ser\ifc Sluilon No, lUI.. S.iiillioUl. \.V . U. ,I.K' WhcLki-. I’n.p, showers go on regardless of the month! Lynda Carey, daughter of Evelyn and Bob Carey of M e r r itt’s Pond Road, was really surprised last W e d n e sday. She arrived at her aunt Blanchc Demctriou’s home on Hallock Street in her cut-off jeans and sweat shirt! There were 20 friends and relatives waiting for her. Her matron of honor, Diane Hanwick of Riverhead, bridesmaids, Joanne King of Elmira and her cousin, Terri Demetriou of Miller Place, and Blanche had planned the su r p r i s e . Lynda rec e i v e d m a n y beautiful gifts and had a wonderful time. She and Frank Bartunek, son of Helga and Frank Bartunek of Floral Park, will be married at a candlelight ceremony at the River- head Methodist Church on August 2. The M e n ’s Society of St. Isi­ dore’s R. C. Church of Riverhead will be celebrating its 80th anniver­ sary w ith a gala d i n n e r - d a n c e a t t h e P o l i s h H a l l on M a r c y Aveue. At 7 p.m . the fabulous Polish Hall roast beef dinner will be served family style. The dancing will continue till 1 a.m. Music supplied by Eddie Zavaski’s orches­ tra featuring “ Mary Ann, the Polka Doll.’’ All this for only $8.50 per person, so you can understand why this is a limited affair. Call George Stapon at 722-3745 or W a lter Dor- oski at 722-3054, no later than August 3. Happy Birthday to Jim Beebe on July 20. His daughter and son-in- law, Patti and Vince Artale had a dinner party for him at their home in Riverhead. His wife, Marion, made a specialty of hers, Lasagna, and Patti baked him a big cake. Jim Beebe, Jr., his wife, Jeanne and their children, Randy Steven and Kevin came down from Roches­ ter with a friend, Sue Christman, and her children, Amy and Mark. Jim got a lot of attention with all of th e c h i l d r e n (w it h th e A r t a l e ’s th r e e , T o n y , Billy and K a r e n , added to the party) and he loved it. Cynthia and W a y n e Slivonik have returned from their two-week hon­ eymoon in Jam a ica. They enjoyed swimming and sightseeing and said that they had never seen anything as beautiful as the fields and fields of beautiful flowers. Cynthia is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William K o z e n k a of S h a d e T r e e L a n e , Aquebogue, and W a y n e is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Slivonik of Sweezy Avenue, Riverhead. “ Try to rem e m b e r the kind of Septem b e r when life was slow and oh, so mellow. . .’’ The “ F antas- ticks,’’ described by its authors as a parable about love, will feature the music of Harvey Schmidt, with book and lyrics by Tom Jones, in a performance at St. Jo h n ’s Elem e n ­ tary School at 8 p.m. on Thursday, August 7. Co-sponsored by the East End Arts Council and the River­ head Recreation Departm e n t, the cast will be Suffolk County Comm u ­ nity College students and off-cam­ pus County residents. This should not be missed. There is no charge for Suffolk C o u n t y re s i d e n t s . A wonderful opportunity to see the play that was the winner of the Vernon Rice Award for “ O u tstand­ ing Contribution to the Off-Broad- way T h e a t r e . ’’ For further informa­ tion, contact the East End Arts Council at 727-8080, Ext. 82, or call the Islip Arts Theatre at 732-2277. The performance is possible with support from the New York State Council on the Arts. Call me at 727-1200 or write Box 166, A q u e b o g u e . H a v e a nice weekend. Camera Oub Sponsors Show Photographers, both am a teur and professional, are invited to enter the Annual Photography Contest and Show sponsored by Riverhead Camera Club and the Riverhead Free Library. Contestants are urged to s t a r t p r e p a r i n g th e i r e n t r i e s since the deadline for submission is W e d n e s d a y , August 20. Photographs must be black and white or color prints with a mini­ mum size of 5x7 inches mounted on regular photo mounting or similar board, but not framed. They must be the original work of the contest­ ant and subm itted in his own name. However, contestants are not re­ quired to develop or process their own prints or films. Contestants are limited to 10 entries. All entries will be displayed and judged in the following categories: 1. Portraits, 2. Scenes (including landscapes, m a ­ rin e a r c h i t e c t u r e and g r o u p of people scenes), 3. Children and candid, 4. Animals, pets, wildlife. flowers and nature, 5. Tabletop and still life and abstractions. Conestants may mark the cate­ gory on the back of each entry. Those entries not so marked will be categorized by the committee for the show. The complete nam e and address of the contestant m u s t be written in ink or ty p e w r i t t e n on a label a t t a c h e d to th e back of each p h o t o g r a p h . U n i d e n t i f i e d p h o t o ­ graphs will not be considered. The committee for the show will select entries to be displayed up to the limits of the available space and will hang the show. The opening reception will be held Monday evening, August 25 and ribbons will be awarded in each category at this time. The show will continue through August 30. Pick up a brochure with full information at the Riverhead Free Library, 330 Court Street, or call 727-3228. L i b r a r y S p o n s o r s “ L o v e R i v e r h e a d ” Riverhead Free Library is spon­ soring a “ Love Riverhead” contest. Anyone under 18 years of age is welcome to enter an original crea­ tion picturing Riverhead as they view it. Banners, mobiles, puzzles, sculpture, posters or what have you will be a c c e p t e d at th e lib r a r y between the hours of 9 a.m . and 5 p.m. weekdays until August 12. All entries will be exhibited at the Polishtown Street Fair on August 16 from 10 a.m . to 4 p.m. The prizes will be a trip to the Brooklyn Children’s M u s e u m (to be sched­ u l e d in S e p t e m b e r o r O c t o b e r ) . Judging by public ballot will take p l a c e at th e S t r e e t F a i r . All creations must be at the Library on or before August 12 and must have the creator’s nam e , address, phone num b e r and age attached. This “ Love Riverhead” Contest is sponsored by the Riverhead Free Library with the bus trip provided by the East End Arts and H u mani­ ties Council. For further informa­ tion contact Mrs. Longo or Mrs. Sisson at the Library, 727-3228. FUNDRAISING PARTY to help re-elect Charles Crump as Assessor of Riverhead Town was held outdoors Saturday, July 26, at the yards of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baskin and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hudson in Riverhead. Taking a moment from the festivities are, left to right, Doris Bennett; Mrs. Crump’s parents, Norman and Alma Nelson; Betsy and Charles Crump; Marva DeGrasse; chairwoman Jean Hudson, Henry Baskin and Elizat)eth Daniels. Photo by Prancke Studio Calverton Baiting Hollow LAURA ROGERS 727-1282 Mr. and Mrs. B. Vincent have returned home from a trip m a d e by plane to Cahokia, Illinois, where GLADYS B. LANE, Warden, was honored by a reception held by Rebekah Assembly of New York State Saturday eve­ ning, July 26, at Odd Fellows Holl, Riverhead. The commit tee included, standing, Mary Benjamin, flowers; Jerry Hulse, food; Evelyn Brown, reception; Rita Alaimo, program, and Cornelia Corwin, secretary and, seated, Lois DeWall, co­ chairperson; Carol Terry, Noble Grand; Mae Atkins, co-chair­ person, and Marian Tvte, re­ freshments; right, Beatrice Schlemmer, on the riaht, presi dent of the Assemblv, wel­ comed Gladys Lane, Warden. Photos by P e t e r Stevens W o u l d n ’t y o u k n o w . W h e n O l d s c a m e u p w i t h a s m a l l c a r I t c a m e o u t w i t h a s u p e r c o u p e ! 1975 Olds Starfire. VOLINSKI OLDS. INC TR A V E L E R S T .. S O U T H O L D 7 6 5 . 3 5 2 3 Young’s Orchard & Connti^ Gift Shop FEATIIRINC MANY NEW ITEMS FOR 75 New Potatoes and Cucumbers Fresh String Beans, Fresh Corn on the Cob Zucchini Squash & Summer Squash Fresh Fruit, Fresh - Cut Cabbage Handmade & Other Gift Items Russett Potatoes fur that Barbeque Store Cheese By the Pound Calico Gifts, Fresh Veg.& Fruits Fresh Ground Peanut Butter Homemade Fudge, Old Fashioned Candies Open Tues. - Sun 10-6 Closed Mondays “THE BARN IN THE YARD.” 727-5363 54 Sound Ave. Riverhead they visited Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Martka. They also visited many in t e r e s t i n g p l a c e s in c l u d i n g th e ‘‘Gateway to the W e s t ” Lincoln’s Home and the Court House where he served; G r a n t’s Farm and the famous Clydesdale Horses in Mis­ souri; and Our Lady of the Snow’s Shrine in Belleville, Illinois. M i s s M a r y E l l e n T a l m a g e of Melbourne, Australia, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Talmage, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herzing and daughters, Stacy and Renee, of Milwaukee, are visiting Mrs. Her- z i n g ’s p a r e n t s , M r . an d M r s . Robert Roosa of Riverhead, and enjoying some time at the family su m m e r c o t t a g e a t F r e s h P o n d Beach in Baiting Hollow. Mrs. Gertrude Bukawski of New H y d e P a r k , h a s r e t u r n e d ho m e after spending several days with her friend, Mrs. Edward Andos. On Thursday Mrs. Bukawski and Mrs. J. M. Rogers w e re guests of Mrs. Andos when they enjoyed luncheon at the Flagg Country Club. M e m b e rs of the Youth Fellow­ ship group are grateful to Mrs. Wallace Duggan, M r s. Jam e s Foley and Mrs. Richard W a rr e n for their assistance at their table at the Yard Sale h e l d on S a t u r d a y a t th e Baiting Hollow Church grounds. The Rotary Ann luncheon was held at the Flagg Country Club on July 29 at 12:30 p.m . Daniel Fricke is the chairwoman. Summ e r Communion will be at the 10 a.m . worship service at the B a i t i n g H o llow C o n g r e g a t i o n a l Church. At this meeting M atthew lo o k e r , E l l e n T a l m a g e , W i lliam Davidson, Susan Bruno and Beverly Young, m e m b e r s of the Pastor’s Class, will have completed their Sunday School instruction and plan to join the church at this time. Following the worship service there will be a Coffee H o u r in the Parish Hall in honor of the young people. W a lter Ricketts of Lindenhurst spent Sunday with his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Hil­ dreth Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Coffaro and daughters of Brooklyn spent Saturday with Mrs. Coffaro’s father and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nicholas. M r . an d M r s . Jo h n W o l f of Calverton, are the proud parents of a son, Craig Thomas, born to them on July 20. Craig has an older sister. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pastier h a v e b e e n visitin g re l a t i v e s in Poughkeepsie in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. Don’t forget the annual Rotary Barbecue to be held August 9. Local Rotarians have tickets. T h e r e w e r e ab o u t 40 p e o p l e attending the W a rner family picnic held at Wildwood State Park on Saturday. Among the local people that enjoyed the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Clin W a rner Sr., Mrs. Wesley W a rner, Mrs. Marie Den­ ton, Olin W a rner Jr., Debra W a r ­ ner, Anne W a rner, Mrs. Beverly G r i f f i n g , M r . an d M r s . S t a n l e y B r i n d i d , M r . and M r s . D e W i t t W a r n e r , M r . an d M r s . E u g e n e W a rner and the latter's father, Mr. F r e y , of E a s t p o r t , M r s . Allen Farrell, Diane, Linda and Pamela Farrell. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur K remer and daughter, Janet, of North Merrick spent Sunday with their aunt, Mrs. Edward Andos. Mr. and Mrs. W a lter Ryan and their children, Marie Ryan, Marion Ryan and W a lter Ryan, Theresa Bransfield, and David Bransfield, have returned home from an enjoy­ able trip to Hershey, Pennsylvania, w h e r e they sp e n t a few days c a m p i n g am i sig h t s e e i n g . T h e y stayed at High Meadow Trailer P a r k a n d to u r e d th e C h o c o l a t e Factory and Hershey Park. Their b r o t h e r , R u s s e l l B r a n s f i e l d , w a s enjoying a week at Camp Kiwanis in up-state New York. Riverhead Chapter Needs Male Voices The Chorus of the Peconic-River- head Chapter SPEBSQSA Inc. will audition male singers for the Mid- Atlantic Chorus Competition, that will take place in Richmond. Vir­ ginia Oct. 11. More male voices are needed to help win this stepping stone to international competition to be held next June in San Francisco, California. If you enjoy singing, the thrill of competition and you can carry a tune, then we need you at 7:30 p.m ., July 29, at 134 Main St., Riverhead (next to Sears). There will be refreshm e n ts , en ­ tertainm e n t and lots of fun. For further information Tel. 475-4953 or 727-0197. LANDMARKS MEETING Riverhead Town Preservation and Landmarks Society will meet Sunday, August 3, at 4 p .m. at 46 East Second Street, Riverhead. IPeiforma death- act. Have regular inedical check-ups* T Give Heart Fund American Hr jrt Association .Just In! FALL Pendletpnr Country Clothes always virgin wool Sale On Summer D resses Sportswear & Swim Suits Main Road, Soirttiold, N.Y. 11971

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