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THE LONG ISLAND TRAVELER SOUTHOLD DEPARTMENT Telephone SouthoW 3793 Please Write, Sec or Phone the Editor when you know of Social, Per- sonal. Church, Civic and other Local News. The Tuesday Club met this week for their annual Christmas party at the home of Miss Margaret Harper. Miss Lucy Brown, who has been ser- iously ill at her home on the Main Road Is reported to be showing a slight turn for the better. | I have many beautiful Christmas trees left from 50 cents to $1.50. Tele- phone 3870. Eugene Gagen, Railroad Avenue, Southold. adv 'Mrs. Thomas Balrd, who was op- erated on last Wednesday at the E. L 1. Ho.spltal, Is recovering rapidly. The Odd Fellows enjoyed an oyster stew at their meeting Monday night, following the conferring of the 1st degree on three candidates. Harry Smith was chairman of the refresh- ments committee. Nominations for the various lodge officers are in their final state and will be announced next week. Miss Adele Payne, who has been vis- iting for the past several months with her Aunt and Uncle at Shelter Island, is home for the holidays. Miss Payne will take part in the M. E. Church musical service this Sunday We keep oiu- supply of blooming plants, wreaths, and cut flowers re- newed and fresh up to the last minute Christmas Day. Can fill any of your orders with quality stock at the \House of Flowers,\ Rayner & Kalin, Inc., Front Street, Greenport. Call on us or phone 618 Greenport. adv The weekly meeting of the Grange last Saturday evening was well at- tended and a program arranged by Mrs. Florence Moffat proved highly entertaining. The S o u t h o l d High School Band and Glee Club each ren- dered several numbers and their mem- bers stayed for games and refresh- ments. Mr. Harold Nlver, director of the band and glee club was congratu- lated on the performance of his talent- ed pupils Mr. and Mrs. Harold E. Tuthlll and family are visiting Rev. and Mrs. Ross Linger and family at Clarksburg, West Virginia. Rev. Linger formerly was pastor of the M. E. Church here. Miss Ella Tuthlll, who is a student at Lin- den Hall, Lititz, Pa., will return with her parents to Southold for the holi- day. Miss Caroline Terry of New York City will spend Christmas at Southold with her brother Howard. Several people from here motored to Greenport Sunday evening to attend the musical services of the combined choirs of the Baptist and Presbyterian Churches. The program was under the direction of Professor Studier, who has music classes in Southold. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Albertson are planning a family reunion at their home on Sunday. Keep your Electrical Appliances In good working order. Call Taylor Beth- el, Southold 3895. adv Henry Fisher, Custodian of the Southold School, was painfully injured while going about his duties last Sat- urday. Mr. Fisher will be confined to his home for some time as a result of a row of lockers falling on him. For that last minute gift nothing is so timely and welcomed as a lovely box of flowers cut fresh from our greenhouses or a pretty blooming plant. We are open all day and late evenings every day until late Christ- mas night for the llth hour calls. Flowers delivered by telegraph in any part of the world. Call at the \House of Flowers,\ Rayner & Kalin, Inc., 329 Front Street, Greenport, or phone 618, Greenport. adv Miss Helen Cochran, in charge of subscriptions in the Annual Red Cross Roll Call which recently came to a close, reports that over 200 dollars was received. This amount exceeds any donated In recent years. The chair- man wishes to thank those who con- tributed their services and money in this worthy cause. The Misses Mary Moffat, Betty Joost and Margaret Harper enjoyed a trip to New York last Saturday, spending the day in shopping and seeing one of the season's \hits\ on Broadway. A lovely box of our Miracle many- hued Carnations, or Roses will be the Gift of Gifts for her this Christmas. At the Flower Show of Rayner and Kalin, Greenport, now open. adv. The local Boy Scout Troop Commit- tee met at the High School last Thurs- day evening to forward the work of the troop. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Carmen, who have made Southold their permanent home will spend the holidays visiting their children. Our quality Flowers always please at Christmas. Open until late Christmas night for your convenience at the \House of Flowers,\ Rayner & Kalin, 329 Front Street, Greenport. Phone 618 Greenport. adv The postponed meeting of the P. T. A. was held on Tuesday of this week at the High School. The speaker of the afternoon was the Rev. E. Hoyt Palmer, whose topic \Parents Look at Modem Education,\ was handled by the speaker in a manner denoting not only careful preparation but familiar- ity with the subject as well. The com- mittee who served refreshments were Mrs. Merlin Knight, Mrs. Harvey Red- den, Mrs. R. G, Terry and members of the faculty, Miss Woodbum and Miss Baker. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Morrlssey, who spent last summer at Reydon Shores, have just completed building a bun- galow at East Marlon. Mr. and Mrs. Morrlsse y made many friends In Southold during their short stay and although we wish them every happi- ness in their new home we wish that they could have remained with us. For Christmas—Daniel Greene slip- pers at Tennenberg's Rlverhead, N. Y. adv. The Suffolk Conservatory of Music and Arts A Music School of Serious Purpose HERBERT E. STUDIER Director of Southold Branch Main St. Next to Pubhc Library Phone SOUTHOLD 3491 TRAVELER FOR SALE AT WALTER ADAMS' Copies of the Long Island Tra- veler may now be purchased at Walter Adams' Cigar and Con- fectionary Store on Main Street. This convenience is provided for non-subscribers and those desir- ing extra copies. Mr Adams is the only authorized dealer in this village. Make It a Bright and Happy, as well as Merry, Christmas with the beauty of Quality Flowers Miss Elizabeth Wells, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wells, returned home on Saturday from her studies at Syracuse University to spend the holi- days with her parents. This is your cordial invitation to vis- it the Christmas Flower Show now open at the \House of Flowers,\ Ray- ner and Kalin, Front St., Greenport. Quality Plants and Greens for less. adv. Miss Helen Skwara, Henry Stepnos- ki and Edward Skwara left this week where they will spend the Christmas holidays with relatives. At the last meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Southold S a v i n g s Bank, Second Vice President Daniel H. Horton was elected First Vice Presi- dent in the place of the late George B. Preston, and Rensselaer G. Terry ' was elected Second Vice President. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glover and son Graham left late Tuesday nght for Kansas City, Mo., where they will spend the holidays with Mrs. Glover's pa- rents. During his absence Ernest Dick- erson will have charge of Mr Glover's plumbing business. Mr. Dickerson may be reached by calling 3719 or 3456. 'Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fisher and fam- ily received a visit on Sunday from their cousins, Herbert and Margaret Fisher, and Clara Allen of East Ruth- erford, N. J. I Oliver Petty, a sophomore at Spring- field College, Springfield, Mass., is spending the holiday vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Petty, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Averette and son David left Tuesday for Mr. Averette's former home at Henderson, N. C., where they will spend Christmas and New Years. Mr. Charles T Osborne left Wednes- day morning for Bridgeport, Conn., where he will spend Christmas with his daughter, Mrs. George L. Hero. There will be no Grange' Meeting Saturday, Christmas Eve. Among the college students home for their Christmas vacation are Miss Helen Stacy and Miss Elizabeth Terry of St. Lawrence University and Wil- liam Williams who is a senior at Duke University, Durham, N. C. In keeping with the Yuletlde spirit a group of Southold High School stu- dents sang Chrstmas carols under the windows of several sleeping members of the school faculty shortly before daybrea k on Wednesday mornhig. From all reports, we believe that the teachers were real thrilled at the thoughtfulness of their pupils and we also heard that Miss Webber was awakened to the point where she joined in the singing. Miss Willa Hagerman who resides at Forest Hills Inn is exhibiting some ot her paintings at the Inn durhig the Christmas holidays. Miss Hagerman has been driving back and forth from her Studio on Main St., Southold to Forest Hills week ends since the sum- mer. A meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held on Monday evening in the Legion rooms. After the bus- iness meeting Christmas carols were sung and several selections appropriate to the season were read. Following this the committee in charge, Mrs. Louise Goldsmith and Mrs. Marguerite Adams, served a delicious buffet lunch. Numerous miniature Santas very at- tractively decorated the table. The members of the Auxiliary extend the Season's Greetings to their many friends and wish to leave the thought with them that— As long as there are homes to which men turn at close of day— As long as there are homes where children are, where women stay. If love and loyalty be found across those sills, A stricken nation can recover from its ills. As long as there are homes where lamps axe lit and prayers are said: Although the people falter through the dark, the nations grope. With God himself within those homes, we may have hope. Custer's Public Meetings Start January 7th (Continued from Page 1) be made tor each person. The meeting will begin at 8:30 sharp. An unusual feature of the evening will be the presentation of several ex- cerpts from the text of the play. These will be given by Mr. Robert White- Stevens, also an enthusiastic student of the Shakespearean tragedies. Mr. White-Stevens has appeared in several excellent presentations of the play, en- acting the title role. For those inter- ested in the work of the \Bard of Avon,\ the evening ought to be an unusual treat. \Before the Mast'' OFFICIAL BULLETIN S. Y. C. Southold Churches December 25, 1938 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. E. Hoyt Palmer. Pastor 10:00 A. M Church Schocd 11 A. M Morning Worship We wish to extend a cordial invi- tation to any and all to worship with us Christmas morning and in so do- ing to make Christmas more blessed as well as merry. The Pastor will preach on the theme: \A Study in Christmas Overtones.\ Doris Jean Lehr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lehr, will be baptized. The Sunday School will hold its re- gular session at 10:00 in the morning, making use of a special Christmas Ser- vice Program. This and the Christmas Service as mentioned above will be the only services in this church Christmas Day. The usual Christmas Vespers and the regular evening service have both been set aside that our people may share in the service at the Meth- odist Churoih Christmas evening, at which time a special musical program will be given. Those going Christmas Caroling (all members of the Fellowship Club, all members of the Christian Reserves, any other young people of the church, and their friends) meet promptly at the Parsonage at 7:30 as we must be at the hospital promptly at 8:00. Bring flash-lights. The group will meet at the Parish House afterward for re- freshments. Miss Grace Walters' Sunday School class is meeting in the Parish House Friday evening. Letters are going to meml>ers of the parish during the week, with enve- lopes enclosed for the annual Christ- mas offering. Although from a seasonal standpoint the Christmas Holidays make up the antipodes of yachting days, the spirit of good will and fellowship brings to our minds those with whom, in the past, we have been in association. The seeds of this spirit, strewn in the wake of our '38 season, should bear fruit on our bow waves of '39 and with this hope your officers and Board extend to our members, their families and to the community as a whole, best wishes for a Joyous Christmas and a Happy New Year. UNIVERSALIST CHURCH Rev. Samuel Gilbert Ayres, D. D. Minuter 11:00 A. M Service of Worship There will be no Church School. At the morning service the Church School and the church will unite in one ser- vice. It will be a Family Christmas Service with special music. The min- ister will have for his sermon topic: \The Meaning of the Manger.\ On Wednesday evening, December 28, there will be the Church School Christmas Party. A supper will be served at six o'clock, followed by the annual visit of Santa Claus and games. Everyone in the parish is invited. Help Swell The Community Christmas Tree Fund The Southold Community Christmas Tree, which stands on the Methodist Church p r o p e r t y was lighted on Wednesday of this week by members of the S o u t h o l d Fire Department Band. The members of the Band had spent considerable time stringing the various colored lights and they are to be commended for their community spirit. The Band depends upon yotu: gene- rosity to help defray the expenses nec- essary each year. The officers have al- ready expressed their appreciation to those listed below for their generosity. Don't delay—make your check out to- day and send your donation to Ralph Glover, Treasurer of the Band. Contributors t o the C o m m u n i t y CJhristmas Tree Fund: Dr. J. W Stokes $2.00 American Legion Auxiliary 1.00 Peterson & Van Duzer 1.00 Parent-Teacher Association 2.00 M. E. Triangle Club 2.00 Mrs. William Rich 2.00 CHOSEN AT THE 3iflaui(i: mh (^teena 9l|ou] of \ T H E H O U S E O P F L O W E B S * ' RAYNER & KALIN, Inc. 325 Front St., GREENPORT In BLOOIvnNG PLANTS. It's PolnsettiM, Cyolsmen, Befoniu, Cherries, Afr!ran Violets, Primroses, etc. In PRETTY GREEN PLANTS, It's CrMSutos. Ferns, Mixed Gardens, Ivies and a host of little planted novelties tbat nuke such dellghttnl gifts. In CUT FLOWERS, it's our wonderful bif Canutlons, Snapdragons, Bo: cs, Sweet Peas, etc. • For the QUIET ONES In GOD'S FOLD, It's a lovely lasting ChrUtmas wreath, or a bit of bright ruse us or the greenery of a spruce grave mantle. ^Vhatcvrr you choose, It can be kept carefully and delivered with a special (tree) Christmas card on any date yon set —even Christmas Day. WE'RE KEEPING OPEN HOUSE FOR YOU EVERY DAY, up to and including Christmas, until late In Uie evening. RAYNER & KALIN, Inc. YOU R FLORISTS pi one 618 GREENPORT 329 Front St. P S. We ran deliver your Christmas Flowers anjrwhen in the world In a flash because we belonf to—> We wish you all a Merry Christmas. G. H. Corwin Drug Store, Greenport. CARD OF THANKS We thank all of those who have been kind to us in our recent bereavement. It was deeply appreciated. Charles Osborne and family METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev. Murray Hunter, Minister 10 A. M. Sunday School 11:00 A. M Morning Worship Sermon Text: \ there was no room for them \ 7:30 P. M Christmas Musical Service The Christmas Party will be held on Friday, December 23rd at 7 p.m. The Sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be observed at the Morning Wor- ship of Sunday, January first. %Mm:mm.wm:m. \Wheeler's\ for Christmas Gifts of Rebekahs Hold Christmas Party Southold Rebekah Lodge, No. 208, I.O.O.F., held their first Christmas Party on Tuesday evening in the Lodge rooms, which were beautifully deco- rated with Christmas greens and a lighted Tree. Over seventy were in attendance, including our invited guests. Friend- ship Rebekah Lodge, No. 70, I. O. O. F., of Greenport. The program, in charge of A. P. Benatre as Master of Ceremonies, con- sisted of readings by Mrs. Louise Howell and Marjorie Baker and a solo by Mrs. Albert Albertson. Delightful refreshments were fur- nished by Mrs. Carrie Korn in memo- ry of her husband, Mr. Lewis W. Korn, our first deceased Charter member. Santa Claus was in our midst, too, and distributed gifts to all j Evelyn Market of Lake Grove, L. I., i won the scarf which had been donated to the Lodge. CHRISTMAS SHOW AT i 'AYNER R & KALIN'S j B1!:TTER THAN EVER j The writer had the pleasure ol vis- :iting the Christmas Flower Show of Rayner and Kalin at their greenhouse and sliow room on Front S t r e e t , Greenport one day this week. It seems each year that Mr. Rayner and Mr. Kalin go to greater lengths to make their display a more gorgeous and beautiful one. Flower lovers should spare a few moments to visit Rayner & Kalln's at this time. One may see a beautiful display of holiday polnsettlas, begonias, cherries, ' gardenias, and others too numerous ! to mention. Take our advice and vls- I it the \House of Flowers\ for there is • no more beautiful gift than a lovely box of flowers. i Alower F Lover Flowering Plants — AND — Cut Flowers For Christmas Poinsettias Cyclamen Begonias Carnations Snapdragons Roses Evergreen and Holly Wreaths Fancy Gold Fish Sterling Flower Shop Cutchogue, L. I. T«l. Peconic 6755 Watches and Wm. H. Terry & Son Jewelry Insurance j Reliable Watch and Jewelry I Repairing ! 47 Front St. GREENPORT •*E E^E C^* A^* E^* EA* EJH• C^* • * • EJJ.• AJK• •JJ^ Arthur F. Gagen, Mgr. Tel. 3552 Army & Navy Store Biverhead , N . Y . POIN T O' VIEW INN East Main Street, Southold 'Tis the Season of Joy and Thanksgiving — The Time To Forget All Grievances, to Renew Old Acquaintanceship And to Make New Friends. All of These We Are Glad to do, and Extend To One and All Our Best Wishes for Every Joy and A Happy New Year MAKE YOUR SELECTION EARLY Christmas and Cemetery Wreaths Also Selection of Potted Plants— Poinsettias, Cyclamen, Begonias, etc. LEHR'S PLANT FARM, Southold, L. L Tel. 3586 J V e u ? I D ii t e r c n t ! D eiiei a u a t 60 c «ervra 8 featroa i Mrtiem ICE CREAM CARE All Icc Cf««m—a brand new tr««l you woii'l want td] miss. Rich in tempting fruits, with the luscieut, mcllewJ' fruity flavor oF fine fruit cake. Topped with dellcieuS toasted m^c.-rcsn \icing\. Er.Jay this grand new lasid thrill at dinners, partks, bridges. Order.one tody! Order now for Christmas Teddy's Sweet Shop SOUIHOLD ;KAPLAN'S MARKETj ^407 Kaplan Ave. Tel. 304 Greenport, L. Lj Lb . Fancy Northwestern Turkeys 33c Local Fowl 27c Freshing Roasting Chickens 29c (Average, 5 lbs.) L. I. Ducks 23c Legs of Lamb 25c Loins of Pork 19c Fresh Hams 23c Smoked Hams 25c Fresh Hamburger 19c

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