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The Long Island traveler. (Cutchogue, N.Y.) 1871-1940, April 27, 1939, Image 5

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UP, DOWN, AND ALL AROUND THE TOWN OF SOUTHOLD CUTCHOGU E MRS. K. BILLARD, Iditor Ttiephone Peconlc «47i Mr. a n d Mrs. Bernard Farrell of Rockvllle Centre spent Sunday with Mrs. Laura Morton. Mrs. Gertrude Klein of Brtdgeport spent the week end with Mrs. Ruasell BlUard. Mr.s. Agnes Ross entertained at a luncheon on last Friday. Mrs. William Kane entertained at several tables of \600\ on Friday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Barteau are en- joying a motor tour through some of our nearby states. Mrs. Nell Nordstrom spent the latter part of last week with Mr. and Mrs. George Tuthlll. Mrs. Harold Orathwohl and daugh- ter Marjorle of Southampton spent the week end with Mrs. Melcene Mulford. The Neighborhood Club gave Mrs. Lillian Orathwohl a birthday luncheon last Friday at the home of Mrs. Char- lotte Orathwohl. Miss Doris Danowskl Is confined to her home with chicken pox. Mr. and Mrs. R a l p h WUliams of Brooklyn were at their home at Fleets Neck part of last week. The Long Island Presbyterial will meet at the Cutchogue Presbyterian Church on Thursday, May 4, at 10:30 a. m. Mrs. Flora Leslie and Mrs. Charles Tuthlll attended the D. of R. luncheon which was given in Baiting Hollow on last Friday. Mrs. Russell Blllard entertained over the week end Mrs. Gertrude Klein of Bridgeport and Mr. and Mrs. FOrreat Terry of Jamesport. • Mrs. lliomas McCaffery spent last Friday in Brooklyn and also visited with her son, Bernard, at the Brooklyn Hospital. Bernard was operated on the first of last week and is now mak- ing a rapid recovery. Mis s Madolyn Tyler of Patchogue visited at her home here for the week end. Miss' Margaret 'Palmer entertained several friends at dinner on Monday evening. Miss Palmer Orlswold of the city has opened her cottage at Fleets' Neck for the summer. Ellis Blllard and Martin Doroski are serving on Jury duty. Mr. and Mrs. William Kollmer are spending the first part of this week in Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Kouras of Sun- ' nyside, L. I., are the proud parents of a baby girl; Mrs. Kouras Is the former Miss Olympi'a Kane of this place. Mrs. Frank Kane and daughter, Ca- rol Ann, returned home after spending two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. N. Kouras of Sunnyslde. MATTITUC K liAROAMvr D. o i L o r a n a v s r it Eighth Grade: Margaret Beebe, Hen- rietta Domaieskl, Bertha Qak, Robert Ennls, Byron Horton, Wesley Kachew- skl, John Novatka, Chester Bawastyno- wlcz, Helen Zelenskl. Seventh Grade: Ida Ambroski, Wil- liam Beebe, Sidney Case, Adella Chu- gln, Adelaide Fischer, Anna Klslow, Justyna KoslowsM, John Machlnchick. Sixth Grade: Marjorle Beebe, Alice Doroski, Chester Lachick. Fifth Grade: Clara Chugln, James Kane, James Wlckliam, Edward Zu- hoski. Fourth Grade: Eleanor Blllard, Ray- mond Kos, Irene Truskaloskl. Third Grader Rita Danowskl, Bertha Matrlck. Second Grade: Eugene Drumm, Jul- ius Fischer, Joan Oagen, Henry Klslow, Theresa Lenceskl, Mary McCaffery. First Grade: Gordon Case, Joan Chl- tuk, Helen Danowskl, Margaret Clover, Edmond Kos, George Machlnchick, Ro- bert Machlnchick. Primer: P r a n k Lenceskl, Dorothy Koloskl, Ernest Case, Dorothy Lachick. The Perfect Attendance list Is as follows: Eighth Grade: Henrietta Domaieskl, Bertha Elak, Byron Horton, Wesley Kachewskl, Catherine Leln, jKatherlne Lenceskl, Helen Zelenskl. Seventh Grade: Bettha Doroski, Vin- cent Leln, Julia Jerwelle. Sixth Grade Helen Koloskl. Fourth and Fifth Grades: Raymond Kos, Stella Ambroski. Third Grade: Rita Danowskl, Bertha Matrlck. Primer and First Grade: Helen Da- nowskl. EAST CVTCHOGVE SCHOOL NEWS \Hansel and Oretel\ adapted from the Opera of Humperdinck, will be given by the children of East Cut- chogue School, May 5th, at the Parish Hall, Cutchogue, under the able direc- tion of Mr. Claude Loim8t>erry, music teacher. The School Orchestra will also en- tertain. This will be an unusually excellent program,' appealing to all ages. Vou will be well repaid to reserve May 5th. A collection will be taken to defray minor expenses. David Bader, a former retUlent of Mattltuck, who has been in Buenos Aires, Argentina, has been spending » few days here visiting his sister. Miss Bertha Bader, at the home at Mr. and Mrs. Walter Armbnist. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Armlirust and children, Mary and Donald, ot Smith- town, were Sunday guests ot iSr, and Mrs. August Armbnist. Mr. and Mrs. Qua Huttenlasker of Edgemere Long Island, have been vis- iting her mother, Mrs. Victoria Josen- haua, on Riley Avenue. On Monday, April 24th, Miss Ruth Luke very pleasantly entertained a few of her friends In honor ot her 14th birthday. Mrs. Elizabeth Yetter of Bay Ave- nue has returned to her home here after spending several d a y s at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amerman, In Rockvllle Centre. Mrs. Spencer H o a g of Brooklyn, daughter of Mr. a n d Mrs. Warren Thompson, has been spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan- iel A. Young. Freddie Schroeder of Greenport, L. I., has returned to his home after spending his E a s t e r vacation with Ralph Tyler, Jr. Mrs. J o h n Boutcher has returned home with her two children, John, Jr., and Alice, after spending a week va- cation at the home of her parents, tlie Rev. and Mrs. Charles A. Furman, in Lake Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Martin of New Jersey were In Mattltuck over the week end on. a fishing trip. Alfred Howell and daughter Cath- erine of New York and South Portland. Maine, have been spending a week at the home of Mr. Howell's niece, Miss Caroline Howell. Mr. Jesse W. Tuthlll is still at the E. L. I. Hospital following a serious operation early last week. As a result of the Third Quarterly Tests in the Cutchogue G r a m m a r School the f o l l o w i n g pupils have achieved the Honor Roll: ORIEN T MRS. A. RARRT LATHAM, Mttor PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. F. G. Beebe, Minister Sunday, April 30th: 10:30 a.m Morning Worship 11:45 a.m Bible School 6:15 p.m 1... Endeavor Meeting 7:00 p.m Evening Worship Thursday, May 4th: 10:30 a.m. . . . Long Island Presbyterial METHODIST CHURCH Rev. Lewis Davis, Minister Sunday. April 30th: 10:00 a.m Church School 11:00 a.m Morning Worship 7:00 p.m Evening Worship SOPHIA M. GILDERSLEEVE Mrs. Sophia Mesbley Gildersleeve, widow of the late Lester Gildersleeve, passed away last Wednesday evening, April IBth, at the home of her son an d daughter-in-law, Mr. a n d Mrs. Daniel A. Young, where she had been living for nearly a year. She' was a daughter of George and Annie Benjamin of Laurel where Mrs. Gildersleeve was born on October 18th, 90 years ago; Mrs. Gildersleeve had lived in Mattltuck most of her life. Funeral services were held in the Presbyterian Church on Saturday af- ternoon with Rev. Percy E. Radford ofBciatlng. Interment was In Bethapy Cemetery. Mrs. Oildersleeve is survived by two sons, Daniel A. Young and Wickham R. Gildersleeve, both of Mattltuck. GREENPOR T Telephone Greenport 290 Michael Nazaruk and Brigham of Oreenport, accompanied by Frank Moore of Brooklyn, N.Y., motored to Washington, D. C., on a pleasure trip. Monday night, April 24, marked an- other bingo party at St. Agness Hall, sponsored by Stirling Council, K. of C., an d very succesful it was. Manuel Gloria, in the box office, pleasantly greeted the guests. Manuel is of the old school and politeness is his middle name. Beautiful prizes were g i v e n away and many novel ways of playing games introduced and created fun for the players. Another bingo will be held Monday night, May 1, at the same place. Miss Mbude Cook pleasantly enter- tained members of the Red Group of the Dorcas Society Friday afternoon in her home on South Street. A baby boy was born in the E, L. I. Hospital to Mr. a n d Mrs. Seraflno Brand i of Greenport and a baby girl to Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Goldln, also of Greenport. Mrs. Toney Manniello and son Frank of Brooklyn and Miss Louise Schiavonl of New York City were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schiavonl of Front Street. Mrs. Lewis Grlfflng will entertain members of the E. L. I. Hospital Aux- iliary In her home Monday evening. May 1. This will be a regular meeting. Miss Helen Rutkoski h a s returned from a pleasure trip to the big city. Dominic LaColla spent several days as guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Cap- uana. Miss Alice Drumm, pleasant clerk In the Tappert Book Shop on Front St., has returned from a vacation ot one week. Michael Santacroce of the Sunrise BowUiVg Alleys motored to Jamaica on a business trip. Supervisor and Mrs. Wentworth Hor- ton are home following a trip to New York City. Mrs. niomas H i c k e y entertained memlwrs of the Jolly Roamer's Club in her home Tuesday evening. Fol- lowing cards refreshments were served. Mrs. Joseph Miller is quite ill at her home on Fourth Ave. Edward Belfountaln is a patient at the E. L. I. Hospital. Tlie new motor pumper ordered by the Village Board of Trustees for the Standard Hose Co. is a beauty and Island Fire Department band leading the parade with its snappy, up-to-the minute music. Followhig the parade man y visitors called a t Standard's headquarters and viewed the pumper at close range. Oreenport has every reason to feel proud of its fhre depart- ment. Mrs. Charles M. Burt has purchased a new Dodge 4-Door Sedan through the John H. Morell Agency. At a special meeting of Shenandoah Circle C. P. of A., held Monday night, April 24 in their rooms on Main Street, officers for the coming year were in' .stalled by Deputy Clara Donnafero of Patchogue. The officers are: C.C. Mrs. Alice Seaman, S. C. Mrs. Agnes Verity, P.C.C. Mrs. Ethel Hickey, chaplain Mrs. Sarah Green, Fin. Sec. Mrs. Velnette Rhodes, Rec. Sec, Mrs. Alice Green, Treas. Mrs. Martha Gaffga, R.G. Mrs. Hilda Davis, L.O. Mrs. Rocelia Raynor, I.G. Mrs. Nellis Foster, O.O. Mrs. Hat- tie Home, Trustees, Mrs. Madelyn Ma- comber, Mrs. Joseptiene Rutkoski, and Mrs. Cordelia Baker. The newly elect- ed Chief Companion appointed Mrs, Florence Berry pianist and I S n , Mary Nazaruk hostess. Following the Instal- lation of officers a covered dish supper was served by the committee. Sa preme Deputy McQulllen of F l o r a l Park L. I., was present; also Supreme Auditor Anna Wlllets of Freeport, Dep- uty McLean of Riverhead and Deputy Smith of Sag Harbor. Members of the Greenport Business Men's Association will sponsor a guest dinner at Steve's Restaurant May 18, with prominent guest speakers. The committee is Stanley S. Corwln, Ro- bert Brown, Bam Katz and Sam Hoch- helser. Mr. and Mrs. Carll S. LeValley drove to Great Neck Tuesday and attended a meeting of the L. Chapter, Ameri- can Guild of Organists, at the home of Mrs. Edward Longman. A recital played by Harold W. Frledell on Mrs. Longman's Moeller organ featured the meeting. Mts. LeValley, who Is organ- ist of the local Presb^rlan Church, is a member of the executive committee of the chapter. Members of the Maratooka Club will enjoy t h e i r monthly \feed\ at the clubhouse this Saturday. The Minnepaug Club is being en- tertained today (Thursday) by Mra. Roy H. Reeve. \Parliamentary Law\ is to be the discussion toiric. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur N. Penny were Mrs. Helen C. Slade and son, Halsey, of Huntington. Miss CaroUne A. Roache has re- turned to New Suffolk for the summer season. The Riverhead Kiwanlans heard a talk by the Rev. Dr. Percy E. Rad- ford Monday night; on Tuesday night, Dr. Radford was the guest speaker at the meeting of the Patchogue Kiwanis Club. Major Charles Clifford, U. S. A., re- tired, who has been spending the win- ter in the south. Is expected here the first of the month. Major Clifford was a patient ln!>^ a Columbia, S. C., hos- pital Ave weeks following an operation for double hernia. The house on the comer of Meday and Howard avenues In the ToUewood development which Miss Irene SVwter purchased some months ago from Ab- ram H. Brown will soon be occuirted, the Fosters' planning to move in about May 1. William H. Wlertenberg, who owns two summer bungalows In ToUewood, the district gate the commissioners authority to use surplus funds f7r this purpose and for the modernizaU^n of other equipment at a special meeting several months ago. The appointment ot several firemen to the tire patrol was announced by Oh l e t Olmsted at the department's months meeting on Wednesday night. The new patr<M members are Louis Dohm, Charles Reeve, Theodore Bond, Jack Rose and Joel Nine. Mrs. ftank O. Barker and Mrs. B. 8. CODklln were week end guests ot the Rev. Dr. Charles E. Craven and Mrs. Craven In Montolalr, N. J. Dr. Craven is a tontier pMtor of the loeal Prw- byterlan Church. Mrs. Allyn TutblU Is spending the week in Brooklyn, visiting her mother. Mrs. Joseph Hteker. Miss Dorothy phiuipa ot RodcTlUe Center has been visiting Mrs. I«ula Dohm. Members ot the Mattltuck H. 8. bas- ketball squad who won the Section 5 championship, will be guests ot hon- or tonight (Thursday) at a dinner to be held in the flrehouse under the auspices of the Chamber of Commerce. \Big Ed\ Danoswkl, professional foot- ball star, will speak and miniature gold basketballs will be presented to the players. Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Wells of New York City and Mr. and Mrs. Hen- ry A. Schmidt were guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wells. The Presbyterian Missionary Society reahaed about $35 from tli^ public supper held at the church last Thurs- day evening. The first annual music festival of Mattltuck H. S. will take place In the school auditorium tomorrow (Friday) beginning at 7:30 p.m. The groups taking part will include the glee club, Junior band, orchestra and the saxette class. Walter WUllams, music super- visor, directs the program. The pub- lic is invited to attend. Miss M. E. West of New York City was the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Tyrrell. Prtacipal A. C. Oarelle attended a meeting of the N.Y.U. Elementary Dis- cussion Group in New York City on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. Stanley Raynor of Rockvllle Center and Mattltuck and their son, George, who since his gradu- ation from the University of North Carolina has been teaching In a mili- tary academy in North Carolina, were in town on Monday. James Wasson is having the portion of the old E. V. Knipe carriage shop which he moved from Pike street to his yard on the main road .remodeled Into an office and storage building. H. R. Reeve & Sons are making, ex- tensive Improvements mi the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Penny. Members of the Mattltuck Yacht Club held their first meeting of the year Friday night at Nine's Restaurant when plans for the season's activities were discussed. Twenty-five students of the French classes at the high school wUl spend Saturday In New York. They expect to visit the Cloisters, reproduction of a medieval French monastery near the George Washington bridge; the Met- ropolitan Museum of Art, and will see a French motion picture \Grand Il- lusion.\ Miss Betty Parrish, John Hell- er and Thomas Kewln will chaperon the group. M!<^s Margretta Klnne, a cousin of Mrs. Marshall C. Warwick, gave a de- Ightful travel talk on AprU 30th, In the basement of the Congregational Church. It included descriptions ot native life and customs of HOUand, Denmark, N o r w a y , Sweden, France Germany and Switserland. Five small Orieht girls were dressed In costiunes of the different countries; Miss Klnne herself wore the dress ot a woman ot Brittany, niere were many dolls, pictures and other objects ot Interest on exhibition. The committee deserves great credit tor planning such a imlque afternoon. Refreshments t o o k the torn ot an afternoon tea, at which Miss Phoebe Way and Mrs. Kenneth Drake poured. The room was beauti- ful^ decorated In daffodils by Mrs. Louis 8. Tuthlll. The proceeds of the afternoon amounted to seventy dol- lars, and this goes to swell the Steeple Fund. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Knobloch spent the week end at their simuner home on Bay Avenue. Mrs. John H. Jagger left on Wednes- day of last week to accompany her sister-in-law to her home in Birming- ham, Alabama. Cards from Mrs. Jag- ger tell us that Alabama is lovely with green leaves and flowers, in con- trast to our own wintry landscape. The Steeple Fund Committee of the Congregational Church will have as their next guests the Rev. and Mrs. s Robert Hartley ot New Rochelle, N. Y. This will be on Thursday evening. May 4, at 8 o'clock In the Congregational church. We are sure that all t h e friends ot the former pastor and his wife will be glad to greet them as they will have the opportunity to do and to hear Mr. Hartley talk. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph B. Terry and daughter of Brooklyn recently spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Terry. Mr. W. Hollis Vail and Paul Wasi- lewskl have done a grand Job in clear- ing up the park next to the Methodist church, which has looked pretty bad since the hurricane last fall. They have taken down a lot ot rotten limbs from the trees and cleaned up the debris and leaves from the ground. It looks very attractive. Mrs. E, C. Petty entertained the F. F. Club on Saturday evening of last week. Members of the Congregational Sun- day School, attentioni The time of the Sunday School will be at 9:30 a.m., beginning on Sunday, April 30. MVS. Louis J. Vail has returned to her home on Village Lane after spend- ing some time visiting in Rockvllle Centre and Massachusetts. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grlffing of Mln- eola and their daughter Marjorle spent Friday night with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Y. King. Miss Rita Edwards has been visiting with Miss Shirley Weller. Matinee Saturday, Sunday, Wednesday and Holidays at 2:18 BVERT EVENING • 2 SHOWS - T * • ^ PRI., SAT., NE W SUFFOLK MRS. E. BILLARD, Editor Telephone Peconlc 6478 CREEMP O T R A jj a Apr. 28-a» -HOUND O F T H E « B A S K E R V I LLES \ Richard Greene — Basil Rathbone and CHARLI E RUGGLES In \SUDDEN MONEV Sun., Mon., Tues., Apr. 30, May 1-8 FRE D GINGER ASTAIRE ROGERS in \THE STORY O F VERNON AND IRENE CASTLE\ WED., THURS., May 3-4 Mrs. Herbert Horton has g o n e to Brooklyn to spend some time with her daughter, Mrs. Daniel Lane. Mrs. Dana Tuthlll Is spending some time In Huntington with her children. Mrs. Howard Tuthlll is still con- fined to her bed, but is now reported to t>e so much improved that she hopes to be up and about this week. Mrs. Ortualty entertained over the week end Mr. and Mrs. Oarvey of Jamaica. Mrs. William Ooodale has as her guests her mother, Mrs. Jenkins, and In-other, Harold Jenkins, of Florida. Morris Kent left for the Mather Me- morial Hospital on Monday where he will undergo an operation upon his leg. Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Bugbee has as their guests on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dalton of Huntington. In Memorlam \One generation passeth away and another generation cometh\ but one would fain keep the old generation. We have known for some months past that our old friend and schoolmate of MICKEY ROONEY in \THE ADVENTURES Of\ HUCKLEBERRY FINN\ the long ago was nearing the border land but still when the sad news came on Monday morning, April 10th, that our schoolmate, Etta Tuthlll Terry, has left the brightness of the day, had de- parted. Memory travels backward over many years when there were about a dozen girls of the same age gathering each day In the old school house and life was Joyous and much to be desired and tender memories of those days will linger while life lasts. With the passing years and woman- hood, wifehood and motherhood our lives were separated for a while but there were always the homecomings to be looked forward to and enjoyed, and now our old chum has come home to the old home town and the old home acres to stay, while we that are left may travel the long road awhile longer. Goodbye, Etta, dear old schoolmate, we shall meet again where the mys-. teries of life are all made clear and wher e sufferings and partings are unknown. M. T. H. JOSEPH T. HUNTON Joseph T. Hunton, 68, died in the Eastern Long Island Hospital e a r l y Sunday morning, April 23rd. He was born in Jersey City, New Jersey. Funeral services were conducted on Tuesday afternoon with Rev. Kermlt Jones, p a s t o r of the Presbyterian Church officiating. Burial followed In Sterling Cemetery. Mr. Hunton is survived by his wife, Loretta; three sons. William, Arthur ai;d George, and one daughter. Miss Loretta Hunton, R.N., all of Oreenport; also two slstOTS, Mrs. Andrew Hart and many ohs and alu were heard Sat- {Mrs- George Hanrahan of New York urday night as members of Standard Hose Co. paraded through the streets with the pumper on display Shelter City, and by three brothers, William Hunton of Greenport and Charles and Arthur of New York City. is buUding a third home on Young's Point which his family will occupy thU season. Mr. and M^s. John Oxee, accom- panied by their son Jack and his bride, all of Mt. Vernon, spent the week end at their summer home on Pec<mlc Bay boulevard. A one dish supper at 8:30 pjn. will precede the Orange meeting in Me- chanics' Hall next Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrich are in charge of the supper and Mr. and Mrs. George L. Penny, Jr., and Miss Cora Jackson are making arrangements for the plant exchange which wUl follow. John O. Reeve has returned home after spending the winter in Florida. Mrs. Fred Powers of Rome, N. Y., has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. John W. Duryee. The Board of Eire Commissioners, of which James A. Gildersleeve is chair- man, confirmed the nominations by members of the fire department of Frederick D. Olmsted, Jr., as chief engineer, Irwin TuthUl as first assist- ant chief and Charles Mlska as sec- ond assistant chief. The commission- ers have also contracted to purchase a Ward Le France pumper which will be delivered in July. The voters of ANNIE W. WEIR Annie Waters Weir, wife of the late Frederick Wteir, died at her home In MatUtuck, Sunday, after a long per}|Od of invalidism. Mrs. Weh- would have been eighty-two next month, had she lived. She is survived by one daughter, Miss Phoebe Wehr of Mattltuck, and three nieces, Mrs. Lottie Orankow and Mrs. William Flannlgan of Brooklyn a n d Mrs Cedrlc H. Wickham of Mattltuck. Burial took pUce at the Greenlawn C!emetery, Brooklyn, at 2:30 o'clock on Tuesday w i t h the Rev. Kenneth M. Sowers, rector of the Protestant Epis- copal Church of the Redeemer, Mat- tltuck, officiating. P E C O N I C BOSS D. E. HOWKLL, Editor Recently Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Dlller and son Frank went to New York City wlMre they attended the Circus at Madison ^uare Garden and a ball game between the Brooklyn Dodgers and the New York Giants at Ebbets Field. Miss Geneva Sayre has returned to her home here after working In Florida all winter. Johnnie Simon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Simon, started his school days last week. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH P. E. Radford, D.D., Pastor Sunday, April 30th: 10:00 a.m Sabbath School 11:00 a.m Morning Worship 8:45 p.m Young People's Service 7:30 p.m Evei^ng Worship Wednesday, May 3rd: 7:30 p.m. .. Mid-week Prayer Service The presentation of Stalner's \Cru- cifixion,\ which the chohr ot Grace Church, Riverhead, was to have given in the local chruch this Friday eve- ning has been bidefinitely postponed. The Ladles' OuUd held a supper and meeting at the church last evening. P. E. CHURCH OF THE REOEEMER Kenneth Sowers. Reetor Third Sunday after Easter, April SOth: 4:30 p.m Evening Prayer \Excluiivv but not Expensive\ A b e B r o wn The H O M E of GOOD CLOTHES G R EE N P O R T , N . Y . THIRTY-ONE OLDSMOBILE SEDANS AWARDED TO CONTEST WINNERS Thirty-one 1039 Oldsmobile Series 'Sixty' Two-door sedans have now been awarded to the lucky persons who took part in Oldsmobile's nation- wide free car contest last month, ac- cording to D. E. Ralston, general sales manager for Oldsmobile. Final Judging was completed t h i s week and the sixth and final group of winners selected f r o m entries post- marked March 26th to March 31st, Inclusive, were announced as follows: March 28, Carlton Frye, 1047 S. Windsor Blvd., Los Angeles, California; March 27, Mrs. Bessie Rogers, 2008 Cour t Street, Muskogee, (Mdahoma; March 28, Miss Htirrlet Fordyce, 508 N. 6th St., Tonka wa,' Oklahoma; March 29, Miss Doris Baumgartner, 14072 Hub- bell Avenue, Detroit, Michigan; March 30, Katharine Jones, 1413 North Tyn- dall Avenue, Tucson, Arl«»ia; March 31, Robert H. Anderson, 504 Carroll St„ Akron, Ohio. \We wish to thank the many thou- sands for their enthusiastic participa- tion In our March contest and for their generous praise of the many exclusive features of Oldsmobile's new Series Sixty car\ said Ralston. \The contest, which was conducted through Oldsmo- bile dealers, cteated more Interest than any similar activity in OldsmobUe his- tory.\ he added. \Many people learned for the first time that Oldsmobile is now definitely established in the low- priced field and that because of its low price a big, quality-built Oldsmo- bile Is now available to new thousands. This outstanding value has contributed much to Oldsmobile's consistent sales gains made each month since the oars were Introduced. Mrs. Geneva Crippen of La Mesa, California, was guest speaker at the meeting of the Presbyterian ladles' group at Mrs. Jane Fleet's in Cut- chogue last Tuesday afternoon. Miss Rebecca Vail and Miss Jane Uffert have returned to their studies at Alfred University, in Alfred, N.Y. Franklin Rich is home from school with an attack of the measles. Mr. Jack Criwen, who has b e e n staying In New York, spent the week end with his mother at the F. W. Vail house. Bring bright, gleaming beauty to piinted iloore with PITT8- BUROH FLORHIDR. Y <m can rday your ruga a few bouts alter it Is appUed. This vdck- drying enamd gives floors • eolorfUl,; attractive flaish thsi really wearsi MTmUlM PLMHIDC INMia Goldsmitfa&Tutfain SOUTHOLD Phone 3767 NEW SUI70LK Peconlc 64M P I TT S B U R G H m P A I N T S N O W O P E X . . . 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