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The Long Island traveler. (Cutchogue, N.Y.) 1871-1940, April 13, 1939, Image 8

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r m - PAG E EIGHT TH E LONG I S L A N D T R A V E L E R P URITY BAKERY GREENPOR T unll make daily trips to SOUTHOL D and PECONI C BIGGE R BLTIKR MATTITUC K MRS MARGARET D. OILDERSLEEVE Mrs. Grace Drum, who has been quite 111 at the home of her sister. Is much Improved In health. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of Cen- tral Isllp have been visiting with Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred- erick Edelmann. Cyril Coleman, with his brother Joe. has been on a trip to Virginia. On Saturday, March 25, Josephine Hogan. wife of David Hogan and sister of the late Alice Raynor of Mattltuck, passed away at her home. Funeral was from Gallagher Funeral Home on Church Avenue on Tuesday morning, March 28, followed by Requiem Mass at the Church of St. Teresa. Miss Doris Reeve Is at her home here recuperating from tonsllltls. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hanson are hav- ing a new home built In Southold. William Blaleckl and family have moved from one of the Loos bungalows to Clarence Barker's house. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Klein, Jr. and son James of Woodhaven are spending a week at their bungalow on East Leg- ion Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Klein, Sr., and Rolls, coffee and Buckeye Pudding. Tickets are 50 cents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. arable spent the week end In AmltyvUle visiting Mr. Orable'R brother. Arthur GraMe and family. New car owners of this vicinity In- clude Francis J. McMahon of Slgsby road, who Is driving a 1939 Bulck se- dan, and George H. TjTrell of Mara- tooka Park, who has a nsw Plymouth •sedan. Mrs. Walter C. Grable Is entertain- ing the Ladles' Bridge Club t o d a y Frederick D. Olmsted. Jr.. was re- elected chief, or rather chief engineer —the new title for the position—at the annual election of the Mattltuck Fire Department last Thursday night. Irwin Tuthlll and Charles Mlska were renamed as assistant chief cnglneerB. Under an amendment to the town law which took effect the first of the year, the election of these three department- al officers must be confirmed by the Board of Fire Commissioners. Donal d C. Glldersleeve. who has served as secretary of the department since 1916. declined another term and George L. Penny III was elected as his successor. Clifford Polhemus was name d assistant secretary. Herman Dlttman was appointed chief mechanic. Company officers f o r the ensuing year are; Engine Company—Maurice Hansen, captain; Rodney Cox . first lieutenant; Charles Price, second lieu- tenant. Chemical Company—John (Thursday). MI.SS Alice Roach Is able to be out butcher, captain; George Nine, first again after b e i n g confined to her home for the p a s t six weeks with neuritis, Mr. and Mts. Arthur N. Penny and children spent Saturday In Hunting- ton at the home of Mrs. Penny's mo- ther, Mrs. Helen C. Slade, where a family dinner party was held in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Slade of Stone- ham, Mass. Dr. John L. Wasson spent Saturday in New York City. Tlie April meeting of the local Cham- son Patsy, after attending Dr. Klein's commerce is to be held next funeral on Wednesday, spent the rest, Monday evening at Nine's Restaurant. of the week with their daughter, Mrs. Harry Prey in Baldwin. L.I. lieutenant; John Duryee, second lieu- tenant. Hose Company—Henry Tyler, captain; Caslmlr Pylco, first lieuten- ant; Gerald Tuthlll, second lieutenant. Fire Patrol—Louis C. Glldersleeve, cap- tain; Charles Hamilton, first lieuten- ant; Samuel G. Tyler, second lieuten- ant. The firemen accepted an invitation extended by the Grlswold-Terry-Glo- ver Post, A.L., to participate iji the Memorial Day parade in Southold. An offer of the use of the Mattltuck The- atre for a movie benefit, made by Mrs, Marjorie S. Wlckham, was accepted with thiinks. Tlie date for the benefit has not yet been set. Three applicants Dinner will precede the session. The - . . chamber is now conducting a member- „„„ Miss Alice Reed very pleasantly en- .ghip campaign and anybody desiring to : f o r membership in t h e department tertained 12 of her classmates in honor | join the organization should communi- I were accepted cn a six-month proba- of her twelfth birthday on Thursday,! gate with Dr. John L. Wasson, presi- ; tlonary basis. They are John Evers April 6th. Games were played, and|C]pnt. or Lewis C. Breaker, chairman; Midge Northrldge and Robert Bergen refreshments were served. Prizes were , o> the membership committee. A roagt.beef supper, served by Cliff- J ^ WORT H A D I M I Let Us Help Solve Your Sanitary Problems won by the Misses Regina Comlskey,; Mattltuck received a helpful boast ord HaUock and \ committee, preceded Marilyn Jones. Ruth Fahy and Betty , Monday morning when Phil Cook's the meeting. The department's regu- Lou Nine. i \Morning Almanac,\ broadcast e a c h lar monthly meeting will take place Mr. and Mr.s. George H. Riley have , ^-gek day over station WABC of the „ext Wednesday night with A1 Harker been on a trip to LeR«y, New York. ,olumbia C network, .saluted this com- as chairman of the \feed\ committee. George R. Glldersleeve motored to j munitv. Tli? importance of Mattltuck Elmhurst on Friday afternoon accom- ] as a farming center and summer col- ^., . panied by his two daughters, the Miss- o„y ^vas Gmphasized by Charles Stark, ROBERT TUTHILL es Hope and Margaret. They returned \Almanac\ commentator, who used da- Mrs. Flora Belle Tuthlll, wife of Ro- GREENPORT The July 4th Celebration arrange- ments are progressing rapidly and a big time is expected at that time. Sev- eral floats have been entered and the finance committee report that checks have been received from the Standard on Co, Pllsudskl Society, A, & P. Tea Co., Jewish Community Club and many more are expected. No amount Is too small or too Wg, so get In back of the committee and do your part. Harold Mulford, owner of Mulford's Radio Headquarters on South Street, 1? suffering from an attack of grippe. A shower was given Miss Katharine Drumm Tuesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ollved Drumm on Madison Avenue. Fifty guests participated. Miss Drumm is engaged to wed Theodore Klos of Southold. The wedding is expected to take place In April but no definite date has as yet been announced. Last Sunday afternoon marked the Easter musical offering of the Green- port Alethodist Church. Following a fine reading of the bass solo: \L'Arliesienne\ by Bizet, given by Rev. David Sloatman, a cantata was presented by the Junior Choir. This brave little body of singers, a mere remnant of the large company of boys and girls who have braved all winter the hardships of adverse weather con- ditions and prevalent coughs and colds to come to rehearsals, stood before the audience and performed a work In- tended for adults. Here was no child- ish attempt, but a presentation of the best in accepted cathedral traditions. The highly accomplished soloists were Joyce Hulse. Jane Gardlner,Nona Wor- thlngton and Priscilla Staples. The work presented by the Senior Choir Is profound and of great difB- „ culty, hence, seems to be little k n o w n , ' ^ ^ ^ WORE OLDSMOBILE that Is, It is not widely advertised. WINNERS ANNOUNCED Legionnaires to Honor Vincent Browne The Raymond Cleaves Post No. 861, American Legion of Mattltuck, New York, Is sponsoring a Testimonial Din- ner Dance In honor of Department Vice Commander Vincent Browne on May 6, 1939, at Travelers' Tavern, Cal- verton, New York. Dlnnet will be served at 8:00 p.m. Departmen t Vice Commander Browne has been an active Legion- naire for many years. He Is a Past Commander of Raymond Cleaves Post, Pas t Commander of Suffolk County and Is, this year, serving the Depart- ment of New York as a Vice Com- mander. Many distinguished Legionnaires will be present. The following have prom- ised to attend: Department Command- er Frank O. Love of Syracuse, N. Y.; Department Vlcei Commanders John League of Oatsklll, N. Y., and Charles Staffllnger of Niagara Falls, N. Y.; De- partment Adjutant Maurice Stember of Freeport, N. Y.; 1st Dlst. Commander Arthur W. Price of Mt. Vernon, N. Y.; 2nd Dlst. Commander Fred Schroeter of Long Island City. N. Y.; 9th Dlst. Commander William Burke of Com- i wall-on-Hudson, N. Y.; and Supreme Court Judge Frank Johnson of Elmer E. Bennett, Jr., Post, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; also a number of District a n d County officers from the first, second, and ninth districts. William Long is chairman of the committee in charge of this dinner dance, assisted by Gilbert Horton, Le- Roy S. Reeve, John Courtenay, Albert Densler and Minot Rafford. Tickets may be obtained from any of this committee or from any Post Commander in Suffolk County. SPRIN G I S Y O U R CU E FOR BLUE E nn a j e tt i c k s You'll make a grand entrance into Spring In these blue shoes. Right now, we're staging a brilliant sliow- Ing of blue shoes by Enna Jettlck— blue pumps, blue oxfords, blue san- dals, blues of all types. Drop in and choose the ones for you. » 5 TO »6 OTHER STYLES IN SIZES 1 TO 12 WIDTHS AAAAA TO EEE Laverne $6 Black. Blue and Brown Gabardine I Nora $5 However, that does not in any manner preclude its exquisite beauty. Ten more winners in Oldsmobile's nationa l free-car-conte.st were an- ' The work Is scored for orchestra, but nounced yesterday by D. E. Ralston, : Friday noon with Mrs. Glldersleeve, who had been visiting her son George, ta supplied by Dr. J. L. Wasson and bert Tuthlll. died at her home in Mat- Miss Katherine McCaffery. Mrs. Cla- tltuck Monday afternoon after a long Mr. and Mrs. John Conroy and son , rence Bennett was credited with .sug- illness. She was 48 years of age and Richard Conroy, 1 gesting the Mattltuck \salute.\ was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Monfort Wyckoff and daughter j Mrs. Carolyn Bonner, who is now en- Mrs. Charles H. Aldrich of West Mat- Catherine spent several days last week ; gaged in social service work in New- tltuck. in New York City. |bem, N. C., visited her grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. Tuthlll were married Mrs. Caroline Howell returned to her Mrs. George L. Penny, Sr., and other in 1911 and for a while lived on a home here last Thursday from the E. relatives here on Sunday. farm in ©regon and also in West Mat- L. I. Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice King have re- tltuck. Several years ago they moved Joseph Sonntag of Hartford, Connec- turned home after a six-month stay to the home in which Mrs. -Tuthlll tlcut, spent Easter Sunday with his pa- in California. passed away. She was a member of rents. Mr. and Mrs. James D. Norrls have the Mattltuck Presbyterian church and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond B. Terry opened t h e i r Nassau Point summer an active worker in the Ladles' Guild, were Easter Sunday visitors at the home. She had countless friepds who ^ncere- home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. aance, d preceded by a one-dish sup- ly mourn her death. Terry in Southampton and to see their per, will be held tomorrow (Friday) Besides her husband, Mrs. Tuthill is grandson. Lawrence T e r r y , who is night by the local council of the Jr. survived by two brothers, Hairy Al- Rubbish and Refuse Removed Systematically and Economically FRANK GRATTAN Hommel Ave. SOUTHOL D home on his Easter vacation. Miss Phebe Yetter of Brooklyn spent Easter vacation at the home of her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Yetter, on Bay Avenue. Mr. Robert Seaman of Jericho spent Wednesday at his home in Camp Min- eola. . Mrs. A. M. Squires and children An- drew and Betty Jane and Mrs. Jane Squires and Miss Helen Mbnahan of Lynbrook were Easter Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Monahan on Pike Street. Mxa. William Lindsay has returned to her home here on Suffolk Avenue after spending the winter in Brooklyn with her sisters. Those from Mattltuck attending Dr. Hubert W. Klein's funeral were Mr. and Mrs, Charles Price, Mr, and Mrs. Edward Klein, Sr., and son Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gafney, and Mr. and Mrs. John Klein, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Taylor and son Ralph, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor and daughter Madlyn visited in Amltyville and Freeport on E a s t e r Sunday. The ladies of the Presbyterian church are having a supper on Thursday night, April 20th. First table at 5:30. The menu is: Virginia Boiled Ham with Pineapple, Escalloped Potatoes Combi- nation Salad, Green Beans, Pickles, Mrs. Ruth Hubbard, who conducted from the organ, with her simulation o f different orchestral Instruments through searching study of registra- tion, gave organistlc support to the singers that was sheer joy to hear. Through her notable conducting, she was able to bring forth from her sing- ers beautiful and thrilling effects, no easy task even for a choir of profes- sional calibre. The -soloists all gave a splendid ac- count of themselves, showing the re- sult of their rehearsals of tone and diction. The soloists were Mrs. Ada Mulford, Mrs. David Sloatman, Miss G o l d i e Clark . Mrs. Marguerite Kalin, Rev. David Sloatman, Mr. Wilbert King and Mr. Halsey Rackett. Amerira's Smartest Walking Shoes- Go Plaors Comfortably Ivans Shoe Store RIVERHEAD O.U.A.M. at Mechanics' HaU. Ken drich of Scarsdale, N. Y. and Russell Brown's Personality Trio and the Mys- Aldrich of Boston, Mass.; two sisters, tery Five will provide music. i Miss Jenhle Aldrich of New York and Capt. and Mrs. Joseph Smith have Mrs. Victor H. Kirkup of Mattltuck; returned from Florida. 1 and two children, Gerald Tuthill and Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Johnson are Miss Charlotte Tuthill of Mattltuck. spending a ten-day vacation at Wells-1 L a r g e l y attended funeral services ville. N.'Y. were held yesterday (Wednesday) af- The Mattltuck H. S. baseball team ternoon nt the Presbyterian Church will cross bats with the Westhampton! with the pastor, the Rev. Dr. Percy H. S. nine tomorrow (Friday) after-! E. Radford, officiating. Interment was noon on the local diamond in the first I in New Bethany Cemetery. game of the season. ; Mrs. George H. Tyrrell spent Friday FOR SALE:—BARGAIN-West End Sandy Beach, Sterling Basin, Green- port. Also mortgage money available. H. B. Moore, Attorney, Greenport, L.I. FOR SALE:—Young Sow. C. W. Booth. Southold. 4 -6-2t LOUIS JAEGER & SON Greenport's Leading Department Store TEL. G R E E N P O R T 191 Calling All Ladies, Calling All Ladies, Calling All Ladies' Attention to our Spring line of handbags in various shades and sizes.. Fit for a \Queen\ you will say when you see them. Cost, $2.95 Also large selection of lower priced bags in the Spring shades. Cost, $1.00 Blouses? Yes, Ma'am, we have them in Crepe, Chiffon and Broadcloth, fancy or tailored. Just the thing for that new Spring suit or skirt. Price? Only $1.00 Kerchiefs in harmonizing colors that help to bring out the color in your cheeks and the sparkle in your eye. Something that will give just that touch which marks you as a well dressed lady. These are available at either 19c or 25c and Saturday in Hempstead, visiting her mother, Mrs. John H. Nichols. Guests this week of Mrs. Joseph W. Cooper are her daughters. Mrs. Alvord Baker of Freeville, N. Y.. and Mrs. Charles Downs of Caldwell, N. J. Lit- tle Gertrude Baker and Frederick and Barbara Downs are also visiting their fin -andmother, I Mrs. J. Dwlght ReeVe is ontertaln- iiig her bridge club today (Thursday). Dr. and Mrs. Stanley P. Jones left on Monday on a motor trip to Georgia. Mrs. Rudolph Armbrust spent the week end visiting relatives in New York City. The Monday Club was entertained by Mrs. Joseph W. Cooper. The adult gym classes which have been held Wednesday and Thursday nights at the school and which, in for- mer years, have been discontinued af- ter Easter will be continued through April if a sufficient number attend. Principal A. C. Garelle has announced. Junior members of the Presbyterian Sunday School staged a food sale at W. V. Duryee's store on Saturday and netted about $13 which will be used for i m p r o v e m e n t s In the Sunday School rooms. Chester Brown and daughter, Janet, formerly of Mattltuck, who are now living In Providence, R. I., are guests this week of Mr. Brown's sister, Mrs. J. LeRoy Hallock. Mis s Betty Clark entertained the Sub Debs Monday night at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gray Clark. Alber t Silkworth, who has been working in New York during the win- ter has returned to take charge of his local real estate business. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Suter and Paul Suter of Union City N. J., were in town over the week end. Mr. and MTs. Kendall White of Ith- aca. N. Y., spent the week end with Mrs. White's father, Robert M. Lup- ton, and other relatives. The E. V. Knipe carriage shop, a local landmark for many years, has vanished from Pike Street. A portion of the ground floor of the building has been moved to the North PVwk Wreck- ing Company's yards on the state high- way and will be remodeled into an office. Fruit juices recently introduced in- clude prune, plum, cherry, Youngberry, papaya, currant, tangerine and pome- granate. Still bebig developed are pas- sion fruit and strawberry. FOR SALE OR RENT: May 1st. a^ a barifain, house of ten rooms, two batha, all improvements. Situated on South Harbor Road, IH miles from the village, 1 mile from the Bay. John H. Lehr, Tel. 3586. Southold. 3-D-utf Great Luck for Used Car Buyers All of them still \Youngsters\ in Miles and Looks! WALTER ADAMS ICE CREAM Cigars, Cigarettes, Soda STATIONER Y L. I. Traveler on Sale Here Southold, N. Y. Grab One of These While Savings Are Big! 1935 Dodge Four-door Touring Sedan 1935 Plymouth 2-door Sedan 1932 Essex Sedan 1930 Plymouth Coupe 1933 International Panel Deliv- ery 1929 Buick Sedan 1933 Ford Tudor Sedan 1934 Ford Coupe, rumble seat 1932 Dodge Panel Delivery 1932 Buick Sedan 1936 Plymouth 2-door Sedan in A-1 shape 1932 Chevrolet 4-door Sedan JOHN H. MORELL Dodge and Plymouth Dealer First and South Sts. Greenport Phone 86 FOR SALE DELCO TIRES 475 X 19 $3.00 550 X 17 3.50 525 X 18 3.50 Bailey Bros.' Oarage, Southold. 2-23 WANTED general sale manager for Oldsmoblle.' Each will receive a 1939 Oldsmoblle Blue, Dull Black, Java Brown Kid, series \Sixty\ two-door sedan. Also in White. These winners, selected by the offic- ial Judges from the entries postmarked March 6th to March 15, inclusive, were as follows: March 6, Joseph D. Rambo, R.P.D. No. 4, Norrlstown, Pa.; March 7. L. P. Keagle, 264 Dyke St., Wellsvllle, N. Y.; March 8, Roy Nuss, 108 Syracuse ' St., Baldwinsvllle. N. Y.: March 9, At R. R. STATION Pauline L. Morse, R.P.D. No. 1, Des Plaines, 111.; March 10, Robert James Wilcox, 5528 Howe St.. Pittsburgh. Pa ;; March 11, Harry Caldwell, Highway No. i 69. South, Cameron, Mo.; March 12, i Elizabeth M. McClure. 305 S. W. Mont- | gomery St., Portland. Ore.; March 13.' Mary K. Gidley. 3637 Maplewood Ave.. • Dallas. Texas; March 14, Evea M. Bau- 1 er. 2872 Cass St., Omaha, Neb.; March! 15, Roy H. Blair, 782 Stryker Ave., St. The StOre of 10,000 AftlcleS Paul, Minn. Ben Franklin Store While the contest officially ended on! March 31st. the Judging will continue S lAr until everv entrv nnntmnrlrwi nn nv\*' **• *W untU every entry postmarked on or before March 31st has been received at the Oldsmoblle factory at Lansing. Mr. Ralston stated. Additional winners will be announced in a few days. \According to reports from Oldsmo- bUe dealers throughout the country, this contest has provided an excellent oppintunity to acquaint the public with the many big-car features and the out- standing values incorporated in Olds- mobile's new low-priced series 'Sixty,\ Ralston said. $1 & up • Household Furaishings • Footwear, Clothing • Hardware, Crockery • Painti, Novelties, Etc. Cutohogrue , N. Y. LIPMAN BROS. Dept. Store Tel. 97 GREENPORT WANTED:—Couple to act as custo- dians at the Marine Museum at Hor- ton's Point. Southold Park Commis- sioners. WANTED—All kinds of tractor work, sawing wood and removing fallen trees Frank J. Miller, Peconic, Tel 3757 26t-ll-10-38' MISCELLANEOUS BULL FOPw SERVICE. Adam Do- roskl. Sllleck Farm, Peconic. 4-6-4t Commercial Refrigeration and au- thorized service. Reconditioned Do- mesti c Refrigerators available. T. Taylor Bethel. Tel. 3895, Southold. 3-16 BODY And Pender Work done with latest improved equipment. All cars kept under cover from the day left until called for. Prices are right and all work is guaranteed to please you. Bailey Bros.' Oarage, Southold. 2-23 S T E R L I N G S STANDAR D SeedsftPlants Our Catalog LUting: GARDEN SEEDS FIELD SEEDS FORDHOOK BUSH LIMA^ PEAS BEANS BLUE RIBBON BRUSSELS SPROUTS BURPEE'S FLOWER SEEDS SHRUBS EVERGREENS SHADE AND FRUIT TREES PLANTS OF ALL KINDS Ralph W. Sterling Cutchogue, N. Y. Telephone Peconic 615S FOUR BIG SPECIALS! ON E LOT OF GIRLS'. MISSES' A N D WOMEN'S WAS H FROCKS, None worth less than $1.00, some much more, to close out .. 69c DORELL A Pure Silk Stockings, full-fashioned, in sheer and service weights, new colors, per pair 59c EVERFAS T and H O L L Y W O O D IRISH CORD DIMITY Sun and Tub fast, in new spring and summer patterns, 29c yd 4 for $1 WOMEN'S PORTO RICAN HAND GOWNS, made of fine quality Batiste 69c each MAD E NIGHT 2 for $1 TH E A B O V E A R E FOR O N E W E E K ONLY The SAFETY SENSATION of 1939 N?w Firestone Champion Tire Now on Sale F. Harold Sayre Chrysler and Plymouth Sales and Service Tel. 3532 SOUTHOLD, N. Y.

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