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The Long Island traveler. (Cutchogue, N.Y.) 1871-1940, January 19, 1939, Image 4

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p I SOUTHOLD DEPARTMENT Telephone Southold 3793 PlBMe Write, See or Phone the Editor when you know of aoclal, Per- sonal. Church, Civic and other Local News. The Round Robin Institute will hold its second meeting at the Greenport M. E. Church next Thursday evening. The Men's Choir of the M. E. Church resumed rehearsals. They met at Parsonage on Wednesday evening wtUi Mr. Herbert Martin as pianist aiiB leader. Miss Betty Joost spent a pleasant lUj^k end at the home of Mr. and Mirs. Ebbert Lang and family In New York Sunday evening monthly union ser- were resumed last week, being l®d at the Presbyterian Church. Rev. • Murray Hunter preached the sermon. Mr. and Mrs. William Rich. Sr.. at- • pCbdcd the funeral of Mr. Rich's moth- e t Mrs. Mary Rich, who died last week Hi Brooklyn. Miss Adele Payne nas been In South- (Ad for the past two weeks taking •gfe of her sister, Sylvia, who has been n with a severe cold. 1 Cllffonl Shrlefer, son of Mr. and ICrai John Shrlefer of Peconic, sustained E lnfur lacerations of his wrist when i car sklded Saturday on Peconic He was attended by Dr. H. E. Mrs. Edith Olsen entertained at her Ifome on Monday evening with sev- 'etai tables of bridge. • Southrtd Rebekah Lodge has ex- lfrded< fc cordial invitation to the pub- ic to attend a card and domino par- S on T u ^ a y evening, January 31st, 8 o'clock: in Odd Fellow's Hall. There wfll be refreshments and a prize for iS ^ table.' Tickets are 35 cents. The Long Island Produce and Fertl- tlaer ComiJany, a creditor, Is the pe- teloner Tor letters of administration in Ae 6stdte of George Stepnoskl of Pe- cOnlc, It was revealed with the filing oi the petition In Surrogate's Court, Hlverhead, this week. The petition states that he left personal property valued at about $1,000 and real pro- flerty worth approximately $5,000. Mr. ftepnoski died CXitober 7th. Daniel Overton of Rlverdale School and Card Fowler of Manhattan, student irt Stevens Institute, spent the week «Dd at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R'ank D. Smith. Miss Kitty Kramer had the misfor- ^ e to fall at her home on Oaklawn #Venue on Monday and fracture her wUst. Mrs. William Wells will entertain the Uadles* Foreign Missionary Society of tbe M. E. Church at her home on Fridaj- afternoon of this week. Ralph S. Hawkins, Class of '39 of Qpmell University, has been appointed an the program committee in connec- flon with the Cornell Day Engineering Exhibits of the College of Engineering. Police Chief Otto Anrig and officer Jbmes P. Kelly were called to testify oa Tuesday In a civil action growing oit of the deaths of Mr. and Wll- Bam A. Coles, who were killed on Au- Dst 23, 1936, when their car was struck a train at Bolsseau Avenue cross- ing. The action is being tried In the fTassau Supreme Court. Installation of the new ofBcers of the Southold Lodge. I. O. O. F., was the highlight of Monday night's meeting of the Odd Fellows. The ceremony was conferred by the District Deputy Grand Master, Philip E. Nagel, assisted by his suite. Those comprising the staff are District Deputy Grand War- den Frank L. Hudson. District Deputy Grand Secretary William C. Monsell, District Deputy Grand Financial Sec- i«tary Leo N. Goldln, District Deputy Grand Treasurer William E. Townsend, District Deputy Grand Marshall Ar- thur A. Levlne, District Deputy Grand Chaplain Sven Aanstead and District Deputy Grand Guardian John C. War- ner. InstallaUon followed the conferr- ing of the third degree on condldates for membership. I A large group of farmers from this vicinity attended the Farm Bureau Meeting at Orange Hall on Tuesday afternoon and listened to an Interest- ing talk by Professor E. L. Worthen, noted fertilizer expert of the New York State College of Agriculture on the new fertilizer program worked out by the fertilizer Industry and the State College. Professor Worthen emphas- ized t ^ use of high grade fertilizer In lesser amounts as an economy to the farmer. I Information has reached us that John Nlerodzlk, Jr., and friends who are vacationing at Miami, Florida, are having a fine time during their stay at that winter resort. A large crowd attended the K. of C. Bingo Party at St. Patrick Auditorium on Wednesda:y evening. It is planned to hold these Bingo games at St. Pat- rlck's'every Wednesday evening for the next few weeks. , Mrs. H. N. Booth visited with her sister, Mrs. George L. Penny at Mat- tltuck during last week. Due to the stormy weather and the decline In price, potato loading has been very light locally during the past weak. Dealers were paying $1.30 per hundred f o r G r e e n Mountains on Thursday. Fertilizer prices were released last week end and the cost per ton Is somewhat less than a year ago. Fer- tilizer agents have been busy booking orders for future delivery. Kenneth Case, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Case of Peconic, accompanied by Martin and Henry Mlcloskl left by auto last Thursday for a two weeks' sojourn in Florida. I The following sales are reported by the F. Harold Sayre Automobile Agen- cy: I. P. Terry, Chrysler Imperial; Mrs. Anne Wi^mann, Chrysler Royal; Robert Shaw, Greenport, Plymouth Sedan; Oscar Case, Peconic, Plymouth Sedan; George Q u a r t y , Greenport, Chrysler Sedan; Robert Reeves, Orient, Plymouth Sedan; and Arthur Levlne, Greenport, Plymouth Sedan. I Mr. and Mrs. Martin Shlpuleskl, re- turned on Sunday from their wedding , trip. Their friends lost no time In tendering them an old-fashioned sere- nade on Monday evening. Mr. Stanton Mott of New York City spent the week end with friends in Southold. New York Dally papers on Thursday gave an account of the death of James Henry Schmelzel, 77, president of the Gillies Coffee Co., at his home in New York City on Wednesday of last week. Mr. Schmelzel was the father of Cla- rence Schmelzel of Montclalr, N. J., a former summer resident of Southold. Judge and Mrs. Albert E. Richard- son of Brooklyn were week end visitors at the home- of Judge and Mrs. L. Barron Hill. Nat E. Booth will present a paper on the \Early History of Southold\ at the meeting of Custer Institute on Sat- urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Tuthlll observed the 51st anniversary of their wedding on Wednesday of this week. Congrat- ulations, Mr. and Mrs. Tuthlll! Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Glover and son Graham have returned from Kansas I City after spending several weeks there I visiting at MI'S. Glover's former home. I Father Cannon O'Brien, C. P., of Jamaica, L. I., celebrated Mass at S t I Patrick's on Sunday in the absence of Fatlier Raymond Costello, who was called away due to the death of his brother. Koke Brothers, local Oldsmobile and Chevrolet agents announce the sale of two Chevrolet sedans to the Suffolk County Probation office and an Olds- mobile Sedan to Arthur Nichols of Greenport. While conveying a carload of fel- low students of Southold High School to a Shakespeare presentation at Port Jefferson High School by New York players on Tuesday afternoon, Arthur Dickerson skidded on the slippery road at Wading River and crashed Into a telephone pole. The impact snapped the pole in two and badly damaged the car. Fortunately, aside from a severe shaking up, none of the young people were injured. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Van Duzer and family returned from Waverly, New York on Sunday, where Mr. Van Duzer had been called due to the serious Illness of his father. Miss Loretta Stelzer of Southold suf- fered internal injuries when she was thrown from a sled while on a sliding party in Mattituck on Sunday after- noon. Miss Stelzer was steering the sled when It smashed Into a stump, throwing her about 20 feet. She was attended by Dr. Stanley P. Jones of Mittltuck and taken to hpr home. She will be confined to her bed for several days. Miss Stelzer is dental hvglenist in the office of Dr. Peter L. Zapp at Mattituck. Again Superintendent of Highwajrs Harold Price and his men have set a record of efficiency In their handling of the snow removal job after last Saturday's .<!torm. Roads were kent cl«»ar throughout the town during the storm and slippery snots and hlljs were sanded as a safeguard arainst accidents. Svnday the men worked far into the niKht removing snow piled alonsr the curbings of the Main Street of the villa PC. Airain we say pood wo T k . Mr. Price a n d t h e n^en of t h e Soi'thold Tr>wn Klehwav Denartment. Fred Koke. Alvah Goldsmith and Commodor e FoWmon w r e an'ong those who attended the Shelter Island Yicht Club bqnqu't nt the Hotel A^tor, New York City, on Wednesday evening of last week. Southold Churches January 22, 1939 PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. E. Hoyt Palmer. Pastor 10 A. M Sunday School 11 A. M Mornmg Worship 7:30 P. M Evening Worship Sunday morning the sermon te>(t will be: \He Also is Wise.\ One of the prophets once found the people exalt- ing in their own wisdom and used this term to speak to them about God. We of today may need to hear the same words. In the evening the Ladies' Aid will have complete charge of the service. Mrs. Albertson will direct and Mrs. Ralph Booth and Mrs. Paul Benatre will speak. Others will assist in the service. This evening the first session of the Round Robin is being held. They will meet in this church at 7:30. At 2:30 tomorrow a missionary meet- ing wHl be held in the Parsonage. The Christian Reserves meet for their meeting Sunday evening in the Parish House at 6:30. On Friday the 27th, the Guild is holding a Dessert Bridge in the Parish House. Tuesday. January 24th, at 12 o'clock. Cafeteria Luncheon in Grange Hall, under auspices of Southold Grange. Tuesday, January 24th at 8 p. m.. Card Party In St. Patrick's Auditorum, under the auspices of the Ladles' So- ciety. Friday, January 27th, at 1:30 p. m., C>essert Bridge under the auspices of the Presbyterian Guild in the Parish House. Tuesday. January 31st, at 8 p. m., Card and Domino Party at Odd Fel- low's Hall, Southold, under the aus- pices of Southold Rebekah Lodge. Thursday, February 2nd, the Annual Men's Dinner at the Presbyterian Par- ish House. , Thursday, February 23, Chicken Pie Supper at the Southold M. E. Church. THROUGHOU T JANUAR Y SUITS and DRESSES UNIVERSALIST CHURCH Rev. Samuel Gilbert Ayres, D. D. Minister 10:00 A. M. Church School 11:00 A. M. Service of Worship Sermon Topic: \The End and the Way.\ 7:00 P. M Y. P. C. U. On Tliursday the Ladies' Society will meet at the home of Mrs. Carl Vail at 2:30 p. m. On Thursday evening at 8 o'clock, the Men's Club will meet in the Parish House. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev. Murray Hunter, Minister 10:00 A. M Church School 11 00 A. M Morning Worship Sermon Topic: \The Test of a Man.\ 7:30 P. M Evening Worship Sermon Topic: \Hymns and their Teaching.\ The Woman's Foreign Missionary Society will meet on Friday at 2:30 p.m., at the home of Mrs. W. A. Wells. Keep your Electrical Appliances in ggOd working order. Call Taylor Beth- < Southold 3895. .dv a SPRING FOWL picked and dressed 30o lb. Mrs. Marguerite Young Tel. 3465 Southold The Suffolk Conservatory of Music and Arts A\ Music School of Serious Purpose HERBERT E. STUDIER Director of Southold Branch Main St. Next to Public Library Phone SOUTHOLD 3491 Week-End Special 3 doz. Large Eggs $1 Mrs. Marguerite Young Tel. 3465 SOUTHOLD 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. KAPLAN'S MARKET 407 Kaplan Ave. Tel. 304 Greenport, L. I. Specials for Friday and Saturday Lb. Loin of Fresh Pork 20c Fresh Hams 23c Fresh Pork Shoulders 19c Rump Corned Beef 25c Rump of Veal 27c Veal Chops 30c Veal Cutlets . 39c Fresh Beef Liver 25c Sliced Bacon (half pound) 17c Fancy Fowl 27c Hamburger 19c Tangerines 14c Florida Juice Oranges 15 for 25c Bananas 4bs l for 23c CARD OF THANKS It afTorrts me a m a t deal of pleasure to have this onnortunlty to exnress my stnwre aopreciation and mtltude to the LadlW A'd SoclPtv of the Presbv- t>>ri!in Church, all the lad'es of the Church;, the Sunshine Soci^tv. Re- heVfth Iod?e of Greenport. Rebekah I-odTO of Southold. the st<»flr of the iFastem Lon<? Island Kosnltal and to ' all my friends And nelerhbon for thplr manv acts of Mndneps to me and to I iry family durlnff mv recent operation i and period of convalescence. It is I your kindnesl and remembrance that hflvs ptiven encouragement and renewed strength. Mrs. Thomas Balrd BE SAFE STOP BLOW OUTS BEFORE THEY START Insist on a Bowe's \Seal Fast\ Vulcanize Job Raynor Tire Shop Front St GREENPORT tel. 688 Our Library You will not feel it queer that the animals in Robert Nathan's \The Ear- ly Fields\ talk, for it seems quite na- tural. Nathan has an Immense under- standing of human nature, and these tales are most human and delightful. Do not miss them. Although the one time ham bari- tone who moves through the pages of \To Remember at Midnight\ has never had real success, in spite of his pre- tenses, he will strongly remind the read^ ot..\Wv C. Fields, whose very voice seems to be heard uttering each pompous word of this fictitious char- acter. His daughter wins her success by a hardness one can scarcely admire, and Jack Larkin, to whom she owes that success, seems to get nothing in return for all his devotion and work. But this book is a most entertaining picture of actors and would-be actors, and well worth one's reading. There is quite a good shelf of new fiction and non-fiction in our library this month, and the purchasing com- mittee will welcome suggestions con- cerning you would like to have added iiuthe near future. Leave them with the Ubrarian. LATIN CLVB NOTES The Latin Club of Southold High School met l ^ t Thursday night, Jan- uary 12, 1939. The meeting was op- ened by our \Llctor Jack Relnhart, and then conducted by consul, Gerard Purcell. The attendance was taken and min- utes of the last meeting read by secretary, Charles Orattan. Business discussed was that about the initiation of the Latin I students. The discus- sion of Latin Club pins was brought up and a committee was appointed to select two or three pins for the Latin Club to choose from. The committee members are Betty CUover, Florence Sanford and Jack Relnhart. •nie meeting was then closed with the Latin Club Valete Song. Delic- ious refreshments were served by Ma- rlon Dickerson and her committee. Charades were also acted out with Latin words. These were acted out by Kathryn Korn, Mary Vail. Betty Glover, Charles Walker and Jack Rein- hart. Scrlba Marcella Cooper Texaco Water White Kerosene At Tank Wagon Prices E. W. BAKER GREENPORT, N. Y. Phone 614 CALLED FOR AND DKlIVBRnn Carefully Cleaned and Pressed SMITHTOWN LAUNDRY 209 Roanoke Ave. RIVERHEAD Phone 2724 SMITHTOWN BRANCH Phone 1778 GEO. H. RILEY Auctioneers JAS. M. GRATTAN AUCTION SALE ON FARM OF WILLIAM H. YOUNG AQVEBOGU E 2 Miles E^st of Riverhead, on Main Road Wednesday, Jan. 25, at 10 A. N. On account of taking up Mr. Goodale's Seed Business, Mr. Young has rented his farm and will sell at auction his farm equipment. Farmall Tractor, 3 Farm Horses, Brood Sow bred Dec. 1, Brood Sow bred Jan. 5, Boar, 6 small Shoats, Cows, 20 Hens. Fertilizer Drill, Cultivator, Two-bottom plow, Moline Grain Drill, Potato Digger, Potato Grader. 3 Hand Cultivators, Friend ' Sprayer, Hudson Cultivator, One-horse Weeder, Hay Tedder, Mower, Two-section Spike Harrow, two-row Cultivator, Walking I Plow, Lime Sower, 2 Farm Wagons, Double Disc, Two-row Iron Age potato planter, 2 Potato Ridgers, Bean Planter, Four-row Niagara Duster. Five-section Smoothing Harrow, 2 Light Wagons. Five-row Corn Marker, Three-row Marker, Smoothing Board, Three-horse Farm Wagon. Several Water Bar- rel Steel Drums, Single Disc, Feed Cooker, Scoop, 3/4 H.P. Sta- tionary Pumping Engine, Single Harness, Team Harness, 1,000 Bags, and Other Articles too Numerous to Mention. i TERMS: CASH If stormy, next fair day SOUTHOLD FREE UBRART OPEN, Mondayi, Wednesdays, and Saturdays . 3 P.M. to S P.M. P.M. to 8:30 PM. Save 10% to 50% ON SHOES AND I RUBBER FOOTWEAR I FOR THE FAMILY IVANS ! At R. R. STATION RIVERHEAD BINGO To be held at St. Patrick's Auditorium Southold» L . 1. Wed. Evg.y Jan. 25 under the auspices of Stirling Council, K. of C. 20 Games for 35c SPECIAL DOOR AND CONSOLATION.PRIZES # Games start at 8:30 DO YOU WANT LUXURIOUS COMFORT QUICKER HEAT CLEANER HEAT STEADIER HEAT NO FURNACE WORRIES LOWER FUEL BILL LESS ASHES GREATER CONVENIENCE MORE HEALTHFUL HOME UNIFORM QUALITY FUEL Let us prove to you that K O P P E R S COK I Gives You All These Advantages AT NO EXTRA COST The WDM High Grade Anthrselte Coal. A good ' «1 at ordinary coal prioca. W. H. HOWELL PECONIC, L. I. Tei SwrtlMid SMI Again We Say— Thanks for Your Approval Durinsr the past week we have issued prices covering our ''Lipco\ and \Sunrise\ Brand Fertilizers for the 1939 sea- son. The favorable response shown again t h i s season by the majority of our local farmers in placing their orders with us for their 1939 fertilizer requirements gives ample proof of the satisfaction that our fertilizers are producing. If you have not already purchased your requirements, we respectfully solicit your patronage. Our salesman vdll call on you within a few days and gladly assist you with your fertilizer problems. Don't fail to inquire about the savings that can be made by the use of High- er Analysis fertilizers. We are in a position to supply them. Long Island Produce & Fertiliier Company, Inc. RIVERHEAD MATTITUCK SOUTHOLD AQUEHOGUE CALVERTON

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