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UP, DOWN, AND ALL AROUND THE TOWN OF SOUTHOLD r w A«TWTMIIFF SFME. Pftattag lafMWtiM m OwrtHtattiM at tanML M a i ar O O h t Nawi •( la«MWI. Ptawe C i w l m i i ifNk fto M H » i t T « v D H M « M i i t T i V D i p MANY INTERESTING FEATURES IN MARCH ISSUE OF THE FORUM The andcnt art ol pottery as car- ried on In Huntington many years ago IS described by Mrs. Rotnanah Satn- tnte, Official Historian of that town, In the March issue of the Long Island Porum. The eflorts of the Brooklyn Botan- ical Gardens to bring back the chest- nut trees Ls Interestingly told by Wal- ler S. Punnell one time Long Island editor of the Brooklyn Dally Times, now a resident of Yonkers. Robert C. McCollom describes a re- wnt visit to \mysterious\ Gardiner's Island, which has remained in one family since It was granted to Lion Gardiner by the English c r o w n In early colonial days. The third and last Instalment of Os- bom Shaw's history of Long Island Storms and gales also appears In the Uarch Porum which announces that Mr. Shaw's history and Miss Dorothy Quick's article on the 1938 hurricane, published In the Forum of last Novem- ber, are to be published in book form. A new feature of the Forum, which is published monthly at Bay Shore by Paul Bailey, Is a page devoted to Long Island books and authors. CUTCHOGUE DEPARTMENT MRS. K. BILLARD, Ultor Telephone Peoonlo 647* QUITE A PROBLEM A farmer's problems are not few. And like fleas that dogs infest. They like to bite in places new When he seeks sleep or rest. What crop It will be best to plant. Then when and how to do it; Should he his fertilizer scant Or add some more things to It. The kind of seed he ought to buy, And where he should procure It; With prices now extremely high Will his bank roll endure it. Should he his acreage extend Or curtail operations; Should he his present ways amend Or try some speculations. A thousand theories fill his mind Of things he hears and reads But in them all, few facts he finds To answer what he needs. •Mid so he scratches his old head Like a dog well filled with fleas, Then makes and plants his seedling bed, His own mind to please. North Pork Farmer Low Tide-Southold Bay Fricliiy Mar. s 2:50 Saturday a 4 .3:50 Sunday n 5 4:41 Monday n 6 5:30 Tuesday (t 7 6:21 Wed'day ( ( 8 7:10 Thursday a 9 8:00 For high water add six hours to Mr. and Mrs. George Morrell and Mrs. MatUda Horton of Hempstead and Mrs. Michael M a d l g a n of Rockvllle Center, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ward Cornell on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ronnermann of Woodhaven spent the latter part of last week with their daughter, Mrs. Peter Zapp. Mrs. E. W. Mammen and daughter, Miss Martha Linlnger are visiting with relatives In Curwensvllle, Pa. Mr. and Mrs. G e o r g e Braun and niece Miss Lillian Goetschlous spent Saturda y visiting the \Sportsman\ show In New York. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Frost of Lyn- brook visited with Mr. DeForrest Hor- ton on Monday. The members of the 500 dub en- Joyed dinner at the Hotel Perkins and also attended the movies on Saturday evening. The 4-H Club members met with Miss Marjorle Beebe on Saturday af- ternoon. Mrs. Eugene Horton entertained at luncheon on Friday Mrs. Mattle Lind- say, Mrs. Marjorle VWckham of Mattl- tuck and Mrs. Laura Horton and Mrs. William Harris. Dr. and Mrs. Rutledge Howard of Jersey City spent Friday at their home here. The Pequash c l u b members held their annual turkey dinner and bus- iness meeting at their club on Wtednes- day the 22nd. The present officers were re-elected for another year; they are President, Stewart Horton; Vice President, O. W. Case; Secretary, Lin- naeus Allen and Treasurer, S. C. Beebe. Mr. and Mrs. Emelen Johnson and daughter Edith and Mrs. Nancy Ed- wards of North Conway, N. H., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Prank Tyler. Mrs. Ward Cornell is caring for Mrs. Dana TuthiU of New Suffolk. At the Missionary Society meeting held at the home of the Misses Ryno on Idst Tuesday the officers were elect- I ed for the coming y e a r : President, Ruth TuthUl; 1st Vice President, Mrs. Ralph Tuthill; 2nd Vice President, Mrs. Philip Horton; Secretary, Mrs. Howard Tuthill; Treasurer, Mrs. F. G. Beebe; Sec. of Literature, Mrs. Carrie Fan- ning; Sec. of Education, Mrs. E. W. Morrell; Sec. of National and Overseas Sewing, Mrs. Wlllam Fleet; Sec. of Stewardship, Mrs. Rtchard Vail; and Young People's Councilor, Mrs. Gilbert Horton. Waldemar Tomaszewski and Edmund Orlowski are recovering from a|>pen- dectomles performed at the B. L. X. Hostpltal last week. The play \An Evening with Stephen Poster,\ which was presented on last Friday evening at the M. E. Church is receiving a great deal of praise and those who did not see It missed a very enjoyable evening. The cast repeated It on Monday evening at the Eastern Star in Greenport. Those who took MATTITUCK DEPARTMENT MRa. MARGARBT D. OILDBR8LEEVB part and the parts which they played are as follows: Mrs. Foster, Isabelle Ross; her son Stephen Poster, Roland Horton; Jeanle, Flora Sllleck; Susan- na, Kathryn Fleet; Sally, Helen Case; Mary, Imogene Tyler; Rose, Clara Hor- ton; Betty Lou, Miriam WlUiams; Mi- randa. Nancy Richmond; Old Black Joe, Ralph \Tyler; Tom, Robert Price; Dick, Rev. Lewis Davis; John, .J C. Horton; Director, Mrs. Elsie Allen, and Prompter, Isobel Horton. This perfor- mance will be repeated at the Cut- chogue Presbyterian Church Monday evening at 8 o'clock. Mrs. Frank Jacobs Is seriously ill at her home with the flu. Mr. and Mrs. John Wickham are receiving congratulations upon the ar- rival of a little son who arrived at the E. L. I. Hospital on Thursday, February 23rd and has been named Thomas Henry. Miss Mbry Del^tris. who teaches school in Hempstead, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry DePetrla. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylor spent last niursday at the home of Mr. and Ml«. Martin Tekun In Laurel. Mrs. Anna Seiber of Jamaica was a recent visitor in Mattituck. Freddie and Robert Taylor of Laurel spent last Saturday visitinK their aunt Mrs. Ralph Taylor. Miss Sylvia NfeweU is on the sick lUt. Alec Brown is driving a new Buick. The Bingo party on last Monday the Sewing Society, was entertained vesterday (Wednesday) afternoon by Mrs. Percy E. Radford. The two-story house on Miss Doris Reeve's proper^ on Reeve Avenue Is being remodeled into a one-story bun- galow for summer occupancy. Harold R. Reeve S t Sons, local contractors, are rebuilding t h i s 80-year-old res- idence. Mrs. Willllam L. Barker was a bridge club hostess today (Thursday). Walter C. Grable returned home on Thursday from the E. L. I. Hospital where he had been for a month, suf- PRI8BTTKRIAN CHURCH P. B. Radtori, D. D., PaalOT enter . Mank Stk 10:00 a.m Sabbath School 11:00 ajn Morning Worship Communion and Reception of New Members 6:45 pjn Young People's Service T:SO pjn Evening Worship Wedneadar, March S at 7:30 p.m. Lenten Service and Mid-week Prayer Last (Wednesday) evening, the ses- sion met, following a service prepara- Uvy for communion. Officers of the church and of the Sunday School meet at the chapel to- night (Thursday) for a one dish sup- per. Miss Mona Mayo of the Board of Chrlstan Education Is to speak. t_ n.^.k «Vto wiiere iie naa oeen lor a monin, sui- SS l tertv'^ Bering from pneumonia and Influenza, men of the Holy Nwne Society, was \ ,. . a grand success. Many useful and valuable prizes were won. Miss Helen Monahan of Pike Street, Mattituck, who is staying with her sister, Mrs. Andrew Squires in Lyn- He is still quite weak and it will be some time before he will be able to resume his duties as town assessor. Surrogate Leone D. Howell of Mln- eola and Mattituck was chairman of brook won t33 at a Bingo Party in St. i the arrangements committee for the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. F. G. Beebe, Minister Sunday, March 5th 10:30 a.m Morning Worship 11:45 a.m Bible School 6:15 p.m Endeavor Meeting 7:00 p.m Union Lenten Worship Wednesday, March 8th Union Lenten Fellowship supper at 6 p.m. followed by classes. METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Lewis Davis, Minister Sunday, March 5th 10:00 a.m Church School 11:90 a.m Morning Service \Christ and the Home\ 7:00 p.m Union Lenten Service At the Presbyterian Church Wednesday, March 8th Following the supper, Mrs. Marlon Case will speak to the \Child and Home\ class on Discipline Problems. Raymond Church, East Rockaway. Mrs. Leslie Birmingham was a Mon- day night dinner guest of the teachers in their hcnne on Hamilton Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Eric Maydetreu of Southold were Friday visitors at the home of Mrs. George McMlllen. Frank Whitney of Rlverhead bro- ther of Miss May Whitney and Mrs. Theresa Zenzius of Bay Avenue was taken to the E. L I. Hospital last Saturday with heart trouble. Miss Olive Dunkirke, a teacher in the Mattituck High School spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dunkirke In Farmingdale. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Conklin and Mrs. Hilda Huttinlocker wer moved last Sunday by John Boutcher's truck from Bay Avenue to Pacific Street to a house owned by Charles Hamilton. Mrs. Ross Wells spent last Sunday at the home of her son, Roy Wells, and family in Aquebogue. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bird's three chil- dren are ill with measles at the home of their aunt, Mrs. Henry Thompson. Mrs. William Fogarty of Cutchogue, with her two sons, Billle and Herbert, spent last Saturday at the home of Mrs. Adrian Van Ryswyk. Miss Lorraine Coutts spent last Sun- day at the home of her uncle, Elwood Worthington, and family in Jamesport. Joh n Van Ryswyk celebrated his 12th birthday last Saturday, February 25, at the home of his parents, Mr. above tide table. For low water in L. I. Sound, subtract thirty-five minutes from bay time and add six hours to that for high water. MARCH MOON ful l moon the 5th, 1:00 p. m. r<a8t quarter the lath, 4:37 p. tit. New moon the aoth, 8:49 P- First quarter the a8th, 7:16 a. ni. Treat Your Car to a New Battery Maratooka Club's roast beef dinner Saturday at the clubhouse on Peconlc Bay. Thirty-seven members and guests enjoyed the feast. The Dev. Dr. Percy E. Radford was the guest speaker Monday night at the monthly meeting of the Rlverhead Republican Club at the Hotel Henry Perkins. On Tuesday night. Dr. Rad- ford spoke at a Lenten service In the Orient Congregational Church. Rehearsals are under way for the annual Senior Class minstrels, always one of the entertainment features of the year. More than sixty of the school's most talented youngsters are taking part in the production, which Is to be staged next Wednesday and Thursday evenings in the school audi- torium. Beside blackface comedy there will be many song, dance and musical specialties as well as selections by the school orchestra. Downs & Bennett are engaged in P. B. CItURCn OF THE REDEEMER Kenneth Sowers, Pastor Second Svnday In Lent, March 5th 4:00 p.m Vesper Service GREENPORT A baby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brown of Brooklyn in the Eastern Long Island Hospital Monday afternoon, February 27. The baby has been named Patricia Ann. Mrs. Brown is the former Patsy Moran. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hulse en- tertained over the holiday and week end Mr. and Mrs. Percy Burr of Oak- dale, L. I. S I R A N n l THEATR E mJ THE A (Auditorium) GREENPOR T Matinee Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday and Holidays at 3:16 BVBRT EVENING - 2 SHOWS - 7 * 0 PRI., SAT, March 3-4 JACKIE COOPER and LITTLE TOUGH GUY8 in \NEWSBOY'S HOME\ — PLUS — u DISBARRED\ with OTTO KRUEGER 3UN., MON., TUES., March' S-e-7 BOY SCOUT NEWS The District Committee of District 4, Suffolk County Boy Scouts, held its regular meeting Monday evening at the home of Mr. Joseph A. Walker, its Chairman. Those present were Mr. Walker, Mr. Kenneth Drake, Orient; Mr. H. R. Reeve, Mattituck; Mr. Orvllle Terry, Orient; Mr. Nelson Ketcham, Green- port; Mr. Howard Berry, Mattituck; Mr. W. W. Hutchlns, Greenport; Dr. John W a s s o n , Mattituck; Mr. Max building a bungalow, containing four rooms and bath, for M. DeWltt pur-I Kloch. Greenport; and Mr. William P man at Maratooka Park. 1 Vfll, Greenport. Arthur S. M o o r e and Elliott D.! I The next meeting will be Monday, : March 27, also at the home of Mr. at the i Walker 915 Main Street, Greenport. former's summer home over Washing- ton's birthday. Councilor Stanley Cox and other of- ficers of Mattituck Council, Jr. O. U. A. M.. are out to increase the lodge's membership and to promote interest In this splendid organization. There GREENPORT DEPARTMENT Telephone Greenport 290 39-Plate •ATTCRICS • a low as $3.9S Aajr Style Battery for Any Make Car •MO OR MORE ALLOWANCE ON TOVB OLD BATTEBT Raynor Tire Shop rrait St ORBCNPOBT Tel. 688 Wm. H. Terry & Son Stevens Buildiug Main Street SOUTHOLD. N. T. Insurance Arthur F. Gagen, Mgr. Tel. 3552 The Fourth of July Celebration spon- sored by the Greenport Business Men's Association, promises to be an out- standing success. Plans are progress- ing pleasingly and not only our own little village but our neighboring vil- lages are taking a deep Interest in the celebration and will take part In the parade and sports. Any organiza- tion or business place wishing to enter a float or decorated auto get in touch with any member of the committee and Information will be gladly given. Tliere will be no entrance fee and you don't have to live in Greenport to participate—the events are open to any one in Southold Town and Shel- ter Island. A card party will be held Thursday night, March 23rd. in St. Agnes' Hall, as a means to raise money to sponsor the celebration. This will be the first of a series of social af- fairs. Cards will start at 8:15 pjn. and you may play any game you wish. There will be prizes and refreshments, and the admission price is 35 cents. Ten dollars in merchandise of your own selection will be given away at the card party, March 23rd. Buy a ticket and do your Wt. Mrs. Lewis GrifBng and Mr. and Mrs. John Gatfga left Monday morning to spend the month of March in Florida. Mrs. John Mullen and little daughter, Venetla, are spending March In St. Petersburg, Florida. Frank Chodak of New York City was a week end visitor with his family on Front Street. A baby son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jenner in the Catholic Hospital, St. Petersburg, Florida. Mrs. Jenner is the former Venetla Ireland of Greenport. and Mrs. Adrian Van Ryswyk of Pa- | are now about 195 members. At the ciflc Street, by inviting seven of his meeting in Mechanics' Hall last week, school mates to help him celebrate. |r. D Stanley P. Jones explained fea- Miss Helen Schellinger, the kinder- , tures of the proposed public health g a r t e n teacher, will return to her program and the Rev. Dr. Radford teaching next Monday. I spoke on George Washington. Pol- Miss May Small of New Rochelle is lowing the lodge meeting this past taking care of Mrs. -Leo ~J. Baldwin,, Tuesday night, there was a volley ball who has been ill with grippe. i game between teams representing the Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Armbrust of | local council and Lewis Edwards Coun- , Smithtown, with their famUy, h a v e cll of Orient. The lodge Is also mak- been visiting friends and relatives in ing plans for a series of dances. \Exclusive but not Expensive\ Abe Brown The H O M E of GOOD CLOTHES GREENPORT, N. Y. years marches on. Candidates on both , f „ . sides are working hard and the fight Brennamenii of the ^ Sta- will be fast and furious. Don't for- iP®\' 'f?.®'*!®\?\- get to vote. I ^ y Rutland spent the holiday In Ja- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Llghtner of New , York City is spending a brief vacation j at their home on Central Avenue. 1bout A 25 Polish language books have All the women basketball fans of ^o the »totUtuck Free Li- Greenport will be given the chance to o'arys collection and are now being circulated, Mrs. Catherine K. Phillips, the librarian, has announced. Mr. and Mrs. Tyson L. Hamilton recently celebrated their 45th wedding play basketball and receive instruction in the art of playing the game on Fri- day evening, March 3, beginning at 7:30 o'clock in the High School gyip- , .. „ naslum. Miss Margaret Morris, teach-; anniverwry. JJb. Hai^ton and the er of physical education for girls at f®™®\- ^ the High School, will be in charge and promises plenty of fun for all who , h®™? oj S'^J*}?® attend. ' j. 'wtyckoff, by the Rev. Jiimes W. HiU- J^Ltr ^ho has been named ITiomas teacher in the Greenport Sidiool, is, Henrv was bom Thursday to Mr and ^r&iVLa^rrth t ^ \at Hospital. Mrs W i c ^ Is the f<H:mer Ann Lupton of Mattituck. Principal A. C. Garelle returned yes- Mr. Henry Klock, who is the Art Instructor of the Greenport School, returned to his classes on Monday of terday from Cleveland, Ohio., where ^ he attended the annual convention of the American Association of S c h o o l The Lexicon Club was entertained Friday night by Mrs. Rudolph Arm- brust.. A public dance will f o l l o w the Grange meeting and supper next Mon- day night in Mechanics' Hall. Ken Brown and his Personality Trio are to play. Local Grangers who attended the Pomona meeting in Bridgehampton on Saturday were Dwight Reeve, Pomona Overseer; Mrs. Irene Jackson, Miss Cora Jackson and Miss Caroline Mc- A Board of Review was held here Monday evening in the Village Hall for a group of Shelter Island Scouts. Those reviewed w e r e Scouts Ken- neth Payne, First Class; K e n n e t h Clark, George, William and Gardner Dlckerson and Calvin Madore, Second Class; Merit Badges for Bugling, Music and Reading for Kenneth Payne, and Safety and Personal Health for Ken- neth Clark. Robert Long of Green- port was reviewed for Personal Health Merit Badge. This week's meeting of Troop 105 was very s h o r t . The meeting was closed at 8:30 o'clock after Semaphore practice and a discussion of various topics. • The meeting of Troop 4 on Wednes- day, February 22nd opened with the Pledge of Allegiance and the Scout Oath. Roll c a l l , business meeting, games and work period followed in that order and the meeting ended with the Scout Benediction. WED., THURS. March 8-9 VICTOR McLAGLEN in \PACIFIC LINER\ with CHESTER MORRIS FU N FOR ALL A T T H E HENRY 0 FORD Henry C. Ford, 86, died on Monday, February 27, following a brief illness. He was bom in Mansfield, Connecticut, but for 55 years was a resident of ^ ^^ , Greenport. Funeral services were con I^rmott. Miss McDermott was one of ducted on Wednesday afternoon from ^ number who received the fifth de- the Presbyterian Chapel by Rev. Ker- 'mit Jones. Burial followed in Green- hill Cemetery. gree. Piles of brush have been placed by the town highway department on the east side of the road-end at the Break- water beach to reduce wind erosion and stabUize the inlet. Only a shade more common than hens with teeth are chickens with four legs. A quadruped chick turned up in a hatch Saturday at the Mattituck White Leghorn Farm, but was so weak that it was put out of its misery. Hie two extra legs, small| but perfectly due to illness. Mr. and- Mrs. Carl Yetter attended Administrators. , ^ - ^ the Sportsman's Show. Others attend- New members of the local Chamber formed, were at^hed to the hinder ing were Judge and Mrs N o r m a n of Commerce Include Rudolph O. Arm- P®'® t\® \'fly- Klipp^Miss Bertha Nugent and Wll- brust and Theodore Breiling. Mrs. AUyn Tuthill entertained her bridge club Tuesday night. Scoutmaster Lawrence CampbOl and twelve or more Boy Scouts, members of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Cook and members of the Loyalty Club will hold family of Montauk spent Sunday with their annual birthday party in Me- Mr. and Mrs. V. Santacroce. Ichanlcs' Hall. Anyone f o r t u n a t e The new auto belonging to the Rev. 1 enough to be a guest at the birthday Floyd Ellis was badly damaged early parties of the Loyalty Club are antic- Wednesday evening, February 22. The ipating a deUghtful evening; t h e y Ellis car was parked on Main Street know from the past the spirit of friend- near the Baptist Parsonage when the liness prevailing and the musical talent racing car belonging to the local fire displayed by many members, department and d r i v e n by Harvey! Mr. and Mrs. Elmund Sarles and Rhodes, crashed into it. In the racer daughter Muriel returned on Sunday with Rhodes was Nick Martocohio, pro- tro«n a two week's motor trip through pritor of a barber shop on Front Street.! the Southern SUtes. Rev. EUis is pastor of the First Bap- | Mrs. John Peckham is spending a Ham Foster. David Shefftleman, proprietor of the Dodd Drug Store spent Monday in New York City on a business trip. Mrs. J. P. Salter pleasantly enter- tained members of Trinity Circle on Wednesday afternoon. The regular meeting of the Eastern Long Island Hospital Auxiliary wUl be American Legion declamation contest held at the home of Mrs. L. L. Heck- this e v e n i n g , March 2nd, at the man on Monday, March 6th. • school. The winner in this local pre- On Wednesday night, March 22nd, llmlnary to the national contest on Charged with third degm assult, Thomas Kenny, 33, colored, of Peconic, was sentenced Mcmday night by Jus- tice WUiam B. Reeve to serve 30 days in the county jail. Kenny was ar local Troop No. 39, are planning to rested Saturday night by Town Officer camp from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon at Camp Baiting Hollow. tlst Church. It is said the damages to the clergynum's car will be taken I care of by the Village Board of Trus- tees. A PhUco Transltone Radio wlU be vacation in Jacksonville, Florida. The dinnei; held Monday night in the &fethodist Chapel was an out- standing success; 155 d i n n e r s wne served and a ideasing entertainment given away Tuesday, April 4th bf the followed, members of the Italian DemooraUo Norman Broerer, 30, son of Mr. and Club. ! Mrs. George Broerer of Fourth Street, I The battle (or Mayor of Onenport it patient in the Port Jeftenon and two trusteeships for terms ot two Hospital, \The U. S. Constitution\ will receive a medal, offered by the local Legion Post, and the right to compete in the district contest to be held in South- ampton the latter part of March. Stu- dents who will deliver six-minute, orig- inal addresses tomorrow include Ber> tha Herman, Marvin McDermott, Edith Dahl, Mary Remskl, Winifred Tlrock and Genevieve LaColla. The 30th anniversary of the Ameri- can Legion will be observed locally next Wednesday evening at 6:30 p. m. in the flrehouse, where a one dish supper, arranged by the local Legloo AuxUiary, wUl be served. AU Legion- naires and their wives are invited. There was a good attendmce at the food demonstration given Tuesdajr afternoon in the Presbgtolan ohapal under the a u s p i c e s of the Ladles' Guild. BCembers of the QuUd enjoyed a one dish supper at the chapel in the evening. Another church orgimliation. EDWARD REITER Edward Relter, 68, of Sixth Street, Greenport, died in the Eastern Long Island Hospital on Sunday, February 2eth. Services were held Tuesday af- ternoon in the St. Peter's Lutheran Church, Rev. Clifford E. Butterer, pas- tor, officiating. Mr. Relter is survived by his wife, WUhelmina; four sons, Theodore, Al- fred, Louis and Fred, all of Green- port; and one daughter, Mrs. ftank Sanford of Southold. Long Island Lighting Co. rocr COOKING rHEiE. S C H O O L March 15 and 16 7:30 P. N. COMMUNin HALL Main St. SOUTHOLD Brin^ Your Husband Along Fun for the Men Folk, too Valuabl e P r i z e s ! Free Tickets at Local Merchants or at door NEW SUFFOLK MRS. E. BILLARD, Editor Antone Chltuk after he had forced his way Into a house at Cutchogue •The public is invited to attend the i and threatened the occupants. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Bergen are the parente of a son, bom Saturday at the E. L. I. Hospital. The Mattituck H. S. Seniors held a very successful cake sale Saturday at Duryee's store, realizing about $23. Production of Julienne-style potato crips was to be started again this week at the local plant of Tatoe Industries, Inc., after a lay-off of several weeks. The local potatoes still In storage were found to be unsuited for processing and on Tuesday a shipment of po- tatoes—Rurals—was received from Pennsylvania. Outside interests are said to be still negotiating with repre- sentatives of the company's stocUurid- ers for the leasing and possibly the purchasing of the plant. A son, weighing seven pounds, ten ounces, was bom Sunday aftemoon to Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Schatt of Glen Head at the North Country Community Hospital. Glen Cove. Mrs. Schatt !• the former Miss Esther Penny, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur N. Penny of this village. The boy has been named Theodore Van Cleve Schatt. Mrs. Charles Pugsley Is spending a few days with her sister in S h o r e Acres, N. J. Edward Gorccie is having extensive improvements made in his home. Russell Fanning has been making Improvements to his summer hotel at Fanning Farm. Sorry to hear that Mrs. Dana TuthlU is still seriously ill at her home. Mr. and Mrs. John Ziegler spent Sat- urday here at their summer home. Mrs. Richard Sullivan gave a birth- day surprise party on Friday evening for her brother. Frank Freyherr. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Newmann and twin sons, Arthur and George, of White Plains, spent the week end here at their summer cottage. JOHN H. MORELL Dodge - Plymouth SAUTS AND SERVICE Osr. BoMi and First Sts. OREENFORT. N. T. Tel. areeapart M MELROSE L BOOTH ! nBuranet Main St. Southold, N. Y. PhoiM 3403 I I \Buy $ 1 0 0 0 On Easy PasrmenU SmaU monthly paymenU as low ee $SJ4 boy you llOOO-aecurity—(reedon Awn worry. Don't envy a mui with money in the bank—be one yowsell. It's easy—try It—for details BM OI eoa- POB er eaU at Southold Savings Bank SOirraOLD, N. T. DM a n W E copy HHI\ wt^itf New Low Ppioes at WOODWAR D B R O S . Evaporated Milk^ 4 tall 23c

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