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The Long Island traveler-watchman. (Southold, Long Island, N.Y.) 1975-1990, July 31, 1975, Image 3

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THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1975 LONG ISLAND TRAVELER-WATCHMAN PAGE THREE Southold Ethel Palladino 765-3026 A Bcncrit Cocktail Party a n d Raffle for St. P a tr ick'sC Y O w il lbchcIdat the Church Hall from 5-8 p .m . on Sunday, August 17. Tickets arc $2. raffle $1 a book. For information or tickcts call 765-2495 or 765-5476. Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Groche have returned to Stewart, Fla., after spending some time with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cooper of Mattituck and Mrs. Laura Case of Pcconic. Beeline Fashion's M a n a g e r Linda and Edward Faszczewski of S outhold, recently returned from a glamorous three-day, all expense-paid trip to Chicago. Tw o S o u t h o l d re s i d e n t s have been nam e d to the D e a n ’s List of State University College at Oneonta for th e s p r i n g s e m e s t e r of th e 1974-75 school year, according to Dr. Carey Brush, Vice President of the College. They are: Paul Leon­ a r d , 555 O a k w o o d D r ive; and Audrey Grigonis, Youngs Avenue. The NF Animal W e lfare League wishes to thank all those who c o n tribu­ ted articles and help to the Attic Sale held last week-end. Through the generosity of the many visitors who went home with some attic treasure the league will be financially able to help some homeless soft-eyed, w e t­ nosed animal who needs a friend. The Shiloh Baptist Church will hold a delicious S morgasbord Dinner at the church on the North Rd., Saturday, August 2, from 4 -7:30p.m . The tickets are $4 p e r a d u lt or $ 2 .75for children. If you want any o ther information please call 765-2240. Sometimes joy comes in large , packages. Joseph John Frohnhoefer ill, weighing in at 10 lbs., 13'/a ozs., was born July 9 to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Frohnhoefer II at Central Suffolk Hospital. There will be a family party for the christening. Sunday, August 3. Welcome aboard Joseph John. Mrs. William Golder recently re­ turned from a visit with her son Bill in Los Angeles, California. While in California, Mrs. Golder also visited with Dr. and Mrs. Paul DeLay o f S anta Rosa. The DeLay’s wish to b e r e m e m ­ bered to all their good Southold friends. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mar.schean entertained their aunt Mrs. Frank Goering of New York City, recently. At the Methodist Church Art Show last week-end. Betty H a g e rm a n was beaming because the w e a ther was so perfect for the large crowds a ttending the show. A record num b e r o f entries, 75 in all. m a d e the display quite interesting. One young entry, Peggy Ann Brennan, all of 13 y e a rs old, was making her fifth appearance at the Methodist Art Shows. Beginning years ago with coloring book pictures she has progressed so far that she brought with her a first prize picture that won her a scholarship in art. Peggy s u m m e r s here but comes from Ho-Ho-Kus, New Jersey. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Michael Palladino for a short time was Mrs. Sally Lippert o f Q u e e n s Village. A lady of many talents, Mrs. Lippert writes poetry and on her many trips around the country she has a r a t h e r unusual traveling companion. Would you believe, a turtle? Yes, Sally's turtle likes airplanes, people, poetry and chopped meat. Not n e c e ssarily in that order. Peter, the turtle, signed a bit of poetry about his life in Florida, but I think he had a little help. Don't forget the Laughing W a ters Annual giant Yard Sale August 2. Comeat 10 a .m . and they will b e there until sold out. If you are looking for furniture, they e x p e ct to have several pieces. THE SOUTHOLD HISTORICAL SOCIETY held its annual meeting Monday, July 28, at the Presbyterian Education Build­ ing, Main Road. Mrs. Frank Illingworth, outgoing president, preUnted the qavel to William Albertson, the incoming presi­ dent. Samuel Epstein is the new vice-president; Alberta Lee, second vice-president; Ethel Betz, treasurer; Mrs. Otto Van Tuyl, recording secretary and Mrs. Morion Arnold, corresponding secretary. Trustee Board includes Mildred Bainbridge, Mrs. Frank Illingworth, William Milford, Mrs. James Mitchell.. Mrs. Everett Morris and Mrs. Frederic Prince. Photo by P e t e r Stevens B i l l F U i r i s A n d G e o t h e r m a l H e a t i n g On Friday evening, August 1, at 8 p.m. in Custer Institute will b e shown a movie program consisting of one of Charlie Chaplin's earliest and best, “ T h e Im m i g r a n t \ . Charlie Chaplin directed and stars in this oldie. This film is from his mutual period. The scene with Charlie and Edna Purviance is widely considered to be one o f the funniest ever to a p p e a r on the silent screen. The second film will be \H u n g a r y VS The Soviet U n ion\. This is the story of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and much of it. is rare newsreel footage taken undej- fire. It includes an account of the desperate a p p eal to the free world which was rejected, and the c a p ture and im p risonment of Prime Minister Nagy. The narration is by Edmond O ’Brien. The last film is a documentary \Livin’ On The M u d \ which docu­ ments the life style of a group of young p eople living in s h a n ties on the mud fiats of North Vancouver, British Columbia. The film shows how this Bohemian community was threaten­ ed and finally desroyed by urban development. Come and enjoy this wide selection of films and the hos­ pitality of Custer Insltute on Main Bayview Road in Southold-', Dp.,(yialcolp],Bowman will discussj , how geothermal heat is presently’ ' being used in New Zealand to heat homes and warm baby bottles. Dr. Bowman, a native New Zeal­ ander, became interested in the earth’s heat as an engineer and physical oceanographer. He has pre­ pared an illustrated discussion on how n atural s team from the e a rth can be a pplied to m a n ’s u se provided one uses \down u n d e r ” ingenuity. Be­ fore Malcom left New Zealand, he witnessed and photographed a vol­ canic eruption. The 8:30 p .m. talk will take place at Custer Institute in Southold. Dona­ tions are Adults, $1.50, children, $1. SOUTHOLD ART^SHOW— On Saturday, the annual Southold Art Show, sponsored by the Methodist Church, was held on the church grounds, Main Street. A large number of exhibitors over* • flowed the yard onto a portion of Main Street. From 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. the show was crowded with browsers. ROBERT L. W ILK IN S O N Mason Contractor Oaklawn Ave. Ext. Southold 765-3897 P N E O F A K I I U D ! THE C L IN Il! Price 1 8 » * IVANS SHOES When You Think Of Shoes, Think Of Ivans Eveiyone Else D oes. Railnad kve. Shopping Center (0pp. R.R. 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