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THURSDAY, JULY 13. 1939 UP, DOWN, AND ALL AROUND THE TOWN OF SOUTHOLD RW ADVERTMU S M f c PilBtt^ IMlfcrwHI— t r O m M M I M kt ffMMHi iMtal ar Oik* MMi tof m>, PImm C I i m I M I i nMk ITO wmm if T w I N p i r t M i CUTCHOGU E lilts. E. BILLARD, Idltor. Telephone Peooolc 6478 Mr, Robert Wells of Rutherford, N. J., Is vUltlng at the hpme of his grand- daughter, Mrs. Henry Case. Rev. and Mrs. C. B. ScovUle and daughter, Marlon, of Amagansett are spending the month of July at the home of Mrs. ScovUle's sister, Mrs. Clifford Case on Ptquash avenue. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Preston Tuthlll upon the arrival of a little daughter, Jane Elizabeth, at the E. L. I. Hospital, on Saurday, July 8. Both mother and daughter are doing nicely. Mrs. Fred Cantrell of Chattanooga, Tenn., Is spending some time here with her daugher, Mrs. Henry Fleet. Audrey Horton has returned home after spending part of last week with her grandmother, Mrs. Luclnda Downs of Southold. Miss Harriet Horton of Brooklyn vis- ited here with her mother, Mrs. Laura Horton over the week end. Mrs. Charlotte Cox Is entertaining Mrs. Carrie Malers of Southold. Mrs. Edwin Weber and daughters of Scarsdale are spending the summer at her brother's home, Stanley Case on the Main road. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Henry of Iron- ton, Ohio, are occupying Mrs. Robert Sibley's house at Fleet's Neck. Mrs. Henr}' Is the daughter of Mr. Jedlah Ryno of New Suffolk. Mrs. Laura Horton left on Monday to spend several weeks with her daugh- ter, Mrs. Richard Byrns of Babylon. At the present writing, Mrs. Carrie WoU Is very ill at her home; Mrs. Fred Baldwin of Greenport Is caring for her. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bach of New York spent the week end at the Manse with Rev. and Mrs. F. O. Beebe; Mrs. Bach Is the former Miss Letltla Beebe. Mrs. Everall Tuthlll Is entertaining Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Saucett of Far Rockaway. Allen Beebe Is spending a week with his aunt, Mrs. Howard Boyanton of Amitj-vllle. Mr. and Mrs. John Seeber have re- turned to their home In Woodhaven after spending a few days here with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Melot. L{)uls Horton returned home from the E. L. I Hospital on Saturday af- ter being there for nearly three weeks for treatment. Ralph Lombar and Russell Case of New York enjoyed the week end here at the home of Mrs. Jennie Case.. Mr. and Mrs. Corwln Grathwohl entertained at dinner on Monday eve- ning Mrs. Melcene Mulford and Wil- liam Hllllard. Mr. and Mrs. F. Cornell of Rock- vllle Center spent the week end at Mulford Farms. Bob Moore has accepted a position at the Greenport Skating Rink. Shirley Beebe is acting as chauffeur for Lew Kane while he is touring the New England states. William Hllllard has returned to his home In Framingham, Mass., after vis- iting here for two weeks at the home ol Mrs. Melcene Mulford. Grace Downs of Huntington spent the week end at the home of her cousin, Audrey Horton. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fleet and daughter Patsy and Miss Betty Bar- teau recently motored to Mooers, N. Y. and visited Mrs. Fleet's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sample. Master Charlie Fleet has returned home after spending about three months with his grandparents. Mrs. Charlotte Grathwohl and Mrs. Walter Prince of Valley Stream spent part of last week with Mrs. Lillian MATTITUC K idia . MAROAiwr D . o i L o n a u i m t .r Grathwohl, who returned home with fhem for a Visit. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Braun entertained Mr. Braun's office staff on their boat the Sis B ot^ Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kurt KOhler and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Joseph of Queens Vil- lage were week end guests of Mrs. Edward Rider. Mrs. Joseph Boyle and family of Shelter Island are spending this week with her mother, Mrs. Felix McCaf- fery. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wengler and family and cousins. Florence ahd The- resa Wengler of Glendale were Sun- day guests of Dr. and Mrs. Peter Zapp. Mr, and Mrs. Joseph Larrero, Mr, and Mrs, C h a r t e s Cross and Mrs, Charles Williams were recent guests of Mr, and Mrs. R. O, Williams. Robert Emry Is spending this week with his father, Theodore Emery of Port Jefferson Station, Rutledge Howard of Boston, Mass., l£ spending ;some time at his home here As a result of the final examinations of the Cuchogue Grammar School, the following pupils achieved the honor roll. Grade 8:—Margaret Beebe, Bertha Elak, Robert Ennis, Byron Horton, Wesley Kachenski, Chester Sawastyno- wlcz, Helen Zelenski, Grade 7: — Adella Chugln, Adeline Fischer. Grade 6:—Marjorle Beebe, Joseph Zuhoskl, Carll Grathwohl. Grade 5:—Clara C h u g l n , Jamss Kane, Betty Unbekapt. Grade 4:— Eleanor Billiard, D o r i s Danowski, Irene Truskalowski. Grade 3:—Clifford Case, Rita Da- nowski, Bertha Matrick, Grade 2:—Allan Beebe, Katherlne Case, Theresa Lenceskl, Mary McCaf- fery. Grade 1:—Gordon Case, Joan Chlt- uk, Helen Danowski, Margaret Glover, Edmond Kos, George Machlnchick, Ro- bert Machlnchick, Janet Wemey, Primer: — Dorothy Lachick, Frank Lenceskl. Mrs. R. Nelson Moore entertained the members of the Home and Garden Club at a luncheon on Wednesday. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. F. G. Beebe, MInUter Sunday. Jidy Uth 10:30 a,m Morning Worship 11:50 a,m Bible School 7:00 p.m. . . . Union Evening Worship Thursday. July 20 Summer Sale; Supper at S:3(> p.m. METHODIST CHURCH Rev. L. P. White. Minister Sunday. July 16th 10:00 a.m Church School 11:00 a.m Morning Worship Sermon Topic: \Nets and Nails.\ Rev. L. P. White will preach on: \Where God Prays,\ at the Union Eve- ning S e r v i c e at the Presbyterian Church at 7:00 p.m. Saturday, July 15 10-12 Cosmos Society Food Sale On lawn next to Slllecks' Ins. Agency Monday, July 11 OiUdren planning to attend t h e Union Vacation B i b le School must register not later than Monday, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon; Fee: fifty cents for each child. Sessions wUl begin Tuesday, July 18th. at 9 a.m., and will continue for Jour days each week ending Friday, July 28th. WednMday. July 19 Sunday School Picnic at Pequash Club Wedneaday. Augwt t Summer Sale and Supper Mr. and MM. Walter Baldwin of New York City but formerly of Mattituck, have been on a vacation trip to Wlash- Ington, D. C., Pennsylvania, liasn- chusetta and Virginia. On their return they visited Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Bald- win on Bay Avenue, Miss Helen Beech of Irvlngton, Miss Dorothy Dumas of Bloomfleld, Mr. Ro- bert Van Court of Glenridge, MLu Ruth Hemple and Andrew Ooodale were guests of William Ooodale over the week end and enjoyed a cruise on his boat the \Mermaid\ through Shlnnecock Canal and new Inlet into the ocean. Mr, Hemple and family have opened their home on the bay for the simimer. Miss Bertha Herman has been vis- iting friends and relatives in Connecti- cut. Ihe trip was a graduation'.pre- sent from her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herman. Miss Stella Herman of New York City vUited Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Her- man over the Fourth of July. Mr, and Mrs. Theron Worth have rented the place formerly occupied by the Wood family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore of Green- port fl^te Wednesday visitors in Mat- tituck. Mr. and Mrs. John Saunders have rented the house on Riley avenue formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hanson. Frank Dooly of Maspeth, L. I., is spending a two weeks' vacation at the home of Mrs. Edward Klein on Bay avenue. Mr. Dooly is a letter carrier in BrocAlyn. The Kelly girls of Bayside have been spending their three weeks* vacation in their bungalow on Sigsble road. Edward Doenges of Brooklyn spent a week at the home of his cousin, Mrs. John Klein. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Blatney and son Stephen, Jr., and her sister. Miss Dorothy Beday of yonkers, spent two weeks of June in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Klein on Riley avenue. Mrs. Flanagan and children, Ade- laide, John and Peter, with Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds of New York City, will have the Klein home for three weeks in July while Mr. and Mrs. Klein are living in their summer bimgalow. James Klein, Jr., of Woodhaven. Is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Edward Klein, on Bay avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frey and two children, Jacqueline and Harry, Jr., spent the week end at the home of Mrs, Edward Klein. George R. Gildersleeve left here Fri- day afternoon of last week for Elm- hurst, returning home n-lday night ac- companied b y Mn and Mrs John Conroy and son Richard. Mr. Conroy is on a two week's vacation. BIrs.. Edward Klein of Bay avenue has been visiting her son Edward Klein of Woodhaven and her daughter Ruth and attended the World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. John Peters of Tea- neck, N. J., with their son, J<An, Jr., and daughter Clara, are spending two weeks with Mrs. George Spllger. John Klein found a Canadian crane NE W SUFFOLK MRS. E. BELLARD. Editor Telephone Peconlo 6478 in the creek. He tried to feed it and keep it alive, but it died and John, Jr., feels quite badly about It. med H. Pike and Lo&s O. Pike have been entertaining their brcther, Dudley Pike, here for a visit from his Detroit home. Miss Alice Jackson of Newark, N. J., was the week end guest of Mr. end Mrs. Morrison G. Wines. Irving Dlttman of New Haven. Con- necticut, has been vacationing at the hom e of his mother, Mrs. William Dittman, Members of the Junior Legion Aux- iliary were entertained last (Wednes- day) night at Maratooka Clubhouse by the Auxiliary of Raymond Cleaves Post, A. L., A one dJsh supper was served. The birthdays of Mrs. Merwln Tut- hlll of Bay Shore and Mlsft Lois Gil- dersleeve were celebrated by a party hel d Saturday at Ithe Gildersleeve home, Mr. a n d Mr«. TuHhUl a n d daughter Eileen have bten visiting his mother, Mrs. Edward ET^thlll. Mrs, Charles N. Downs of Caldwell, N. J., was the week end guest of Mrs. Joseph W. Cooper; Frederick Downs Is staying for a visit of two weeks at his grandmother's. On Tuesday, Mrs. Cooper entertained Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bass of Brooklyn and Shelter Isl- and. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Etennett and Wallace Downs and his mother, Mn. Mary Downs, were World's Fair-goers on Monday. Monday evening's downpour marred the Grange picnic held at the bay bun- galow of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Hal- lock. About 45 Grangers and their guests attended the affair. Mfs. Jacob l^hatt of Glen Head is spending some time at the home of her father, Arthur H. Penny. Miss Hannah Hallock entertained the Lexicon Club at a Anner and picnic supper at the Charles E. Hal- lock bungalow last Thursday. Mrs. H. S. Adams of Chester, S. C., is spending a month at the Tollewood home of her brother. Major Charles S. Clifford. Dr. Henry J. Barrett of Willlams- biurg, Pa., has arrived to spend the summer at the home of his son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lu- ther Cox. Conrad Stulsky, 49, of Greenport, driver of the car which was in a col- lision with a car operated by George L. Penny, 3rd, of Mattituck on Route 25 near the Mattituck Garage, pleaded guilty to the charge of leaving the scene of an accident 'before Justice William B. R e e v e last Wednesday night. Justice Reeve imposed a $10 fine which was paid. There will be two dist^t meetings —fire and park—^t the kwil flrehouse between the hours of 7 and 10 p.m., next Wednesday, July 19. Electora will vote on a $5,000 fire department bud- get. of which $3,505 is for operating expense s and $1,495 to meet debt charges. The park district's first an- nual budget, totaling $1,000, will also be submitted to the qualified voters. The July meeting of the 'fire depart- ment will also take place at the Are house that night, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cox and chil- dren, Betty and Richard, spent Wed- nesday of last week at the World's P^ir. ORIEN T MRS. A. 9ARRT LATHAM, Mltor Miss Elinor Latham is spending a week In Cenral Isllp with her steter, Mrs. John Leslie. Mr. and Mrs. Henry McClaren, Miss \^thel Sutherland, Miss Olive Lauder and Mrs. Drake from Prince Edward lEland spent several days recently with Mr. and Mrs, Edwin H. King, Jack Fraser of Hempstead Is spend- ing a week with Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Ryder. Mrs. John Fraser and son Billy are spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Luce. Commodore Knobloch has officially designated Mr. Ezra H. Young as Pub- licity Committee for the Orient Yacht Club. We hope this will result In more news of the Club, written In Mr. Young's own \breezy\ style. WUliam H. Potter spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Effle Potter. Mr. Potter is manager of the Cook County Branch of the Hartford Fire Insurance Company, located in Chicago, Illinois. Mrs. Frederick Frost and Mrs, Oore- llce Webb recently visited with Mrs, A, N. Luce. Mrs. Frost was the for- r.ier owner of the property now ownert by A. Harry Latham. Some changes have been made b the Committees for the Congregational Church Fair to be held on August 18, The changes follow: Samagunda Table, Chairman, Mrs, N. A. Luce; Committee, Mrs. Burden; Fancy Table Committee, Mrs. Estelle Deartiorn, Mrs. M o u n t , Mrs. Leila Heath; Candy, Miss Janice Mount; White Elephant, Committee, Mrs. E. H. King, Tuesday was quite an exciting day around Orient. To begin with, Edward Hommel and his men placed the bell in the Method^t church steeple. The men have done a very good Job and it will be good to hear both church bells ring next Sunday morning. Then shortly after supper, a sudden storm came up which r e m i n d e d us too strongly of last September's experience. The wind Mew very hard and the rain descended In torrents, accompa- nied Iqr thunder and lightning. Luck- ily no serious damage was done, ex- cept that the electric lights were put out of business for quite a w h i l e . About twelve o'clock t h e y came on again and with them the Are siren which blew for a long time. Lots of people turned out, and after finding that there was no fire, they returned to their homes and their disturbed sleep. Don't miss Mr. Knobloch's movies and the Play Shop Comedy on Satur- day evening, July 29th, at 8 o'clock in Mechanics Hall. The movies include many new ones pf Orient perionalltiM and wtnw, besides some beautiful pic- turet of more unfAmillar plMM, ThQ play, \Never Too 61d,\ Is a short one act comedy s t a r r i n g four of Play Shop's most talented actresses: Martha Horton, KMelle Adams, Ruth Tabor and Martha Terry. You are assured of a gala evening, so come and bring your friends. A collection will be tak- en for the benefit of the Orient Con- gregational Steeple Fund. ward Green, Mrs. John Delany, Mrt. Edward Kane, Eugene McOaffery and Frank Edwards. The next bingo Is on Monday, July 17, same place. Cyril McCaffery deserves a word of com- mendation for the manner In which these b i n g o parties are conducted. Good work, Cyril, here's a pat on the shoulder for you. District Deputy Grand Master Phil- ip E. Nagle and staff, all Past Grands, of Greenport Lodge, Odd Fellows, vis- ited Huntington a n d installed t h e newly elected and appointed officers of Ellsworth Lodge, I. O. O. F. Nagle was accompanied by D.D.G.M., Arthur A. Levlne; D.D.O.W., Frank Hudson; D.D.G.C., Olav Aanstad; D.D.O.RB,, William C. Monsell; D.D.G.FJ3., Leo Goldin; D.D.G.T., Effingham Town- send, and D,D.O.G., John Warner. CHARLES CASE Charles Case, 53, restaurant owner, died suddenly Saturday afternoon, July 8, In his home on FYont street. He was the son of the late Mr, and Mrs. William Case. The body was taken to the Horton Funeral Parlors on Main street. Funeral services were conduct- ed Tuesday afternoon. Burial followed in Greenhill Cemetery, GREENPOR T Telepbone Onenport 390 Mrs, Joseph Dilalla of South Street announces t h e engagement of h e r daughter, Teresa Annette, to Anthony A. Polywoda, son of Mrs. Alex Poly- woda of Southold. No date has been set for the wedding. WUfred Ireland of New York City, son of Mrs. Margaret E. Ireland, re- turned to business Mbnday, after an Illness of several weeks. Miss Marie Lindsay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lindsay, Is a patient at the E. L. I. Hospital, having un- dergone an appendicitis operation. It is said that Miss Kathryn Cassidy will open a beauty parlor In New York City and has sold her present business in Greenport to Miss Mary Lowenthal. Mr. and Mrs, Blair Deale and little daughter, Nancy, spent the week end with Dr. and Mrs. Warren Deale. The engagement has been announced of p r e t t y Eileen Kathryn O'Brien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry O'- Brien of Sag Harbor, L. I., to Edwin G. Devany, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. I., at the E. L. I. Hospital, Satur- day, July 8th. The little stranger is named Jane Elizabeth. Mts. Tuthlll Is the former Mary Heckman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Heckman of Main street, Greenport. Mr. and Mrs. William Arnott, Jr., returned to their home in New York City following a visit with Mr. Amott's parents. At the regular meeting of the Village Board of Trustees, held Monday night, July 10th, those present were Mayor John Kluge and Trustees Locker, Biggs, Sweet and Woolley. At this meeting It was voted to invite the Southern New York State Volunteer Firemen's Association to meet In Grefenport In 1940 and to permit the fire chief's car and the salvage car to be taken to Bayport, L. I„ July 26th, The local firemen wUl s p o n s o r a carnival at the municipal parking space between August 19th and September 2nd; the exact date has not been set. .Once again the bingo party, held PECONIC Frank Duier, son of Mr, and Clarence Dlller spent several days last week visiting his aunts, the Misses Anita and Helen McNulty, in Brook- lyn. While he was there, Frankie \did\ the World's Fair extensively along with his two cousins, Frank and Billy McNulty. Miss Hazel Willard of Jamaica is spending her vacation at Dr. Wlllard's cottage on Sound View Road. Mrs. Peter Heam and son of Rock- ville Center have been visiting Dr. Wil- lard on Saturday of this week. Miss Helen Lundgren will arrive to spend her vacation at Dr. Wiltard's home. Mr. and Mrs. R(Aert Hand and daughter spent the week end wtth Mrs. Hand's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Baker, The storm on Monday night put a great many of Peconic's telejrtiones out of working order, bringing memo- ries of last Fall's hurricane. The Misses Alicia VaU, Edith Dick- erson, Helen Goldsmith and Virginia Vail are spending some time in one of Mr. F. W. Vall's bungalows on the bluff. Miss PYances Fltz of South River, N, J., is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Otis Fltz at their cottage at Indian Neck. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Smith have been spending several weeks at their bun- galow at Founder's Landing, Southold. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Prellwltz arrived at Indian Neck on the 4h of July af- ter saUing their own boat from Rhode Island to Peconic. They are spending some time here. pevany of Brooklyn. N. Y Eil^n has on Monday,,July 10th, at St. Agnes Andrew Goodale of Brooklyn spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ule Gooda]e. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Johnson are spending this week at the ^ome of th € tlr daughter, Mrs. Charles Fields of Southampon. Mr. and Mrs, J, Lavet of Brooklyn spent the latter part of last week with her father, Mr, James Quail, Mr. Howard Tuthlll is making a rapid rcovery at the E. L, I. Hos^tal from injuries received in an automo- bile accident last Thursday. Miss Lorraine Koltmer is telDlng here with her sister, Mrs Kane. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Case and fam- ily spent the first of the wek vis- iting with his sister. Miss Ruth Case of Jamaica and also attended the New York World's Fair. Mr. and Mrs. John I. S t u a r t of Brooklyn have been s p e n d i n g two weeks at he Ryno home, Mrs, Stuart is a daughter of Mr, Jediah Ryno. Clarence Cornell of Bro<ddyn spent the week end here with his son John. Caroline Marnoylcz is ill with the measles. LILLIAN L. RUTZLER announces the opening of the WAYSIDE SHOP Kin^s Highway, OBIENT POTTERY GLASS : Home-made JELLIES <0> JAMS ^ CANDY IC E CREAM Bennett & Downs, local contractors, have completed construction of a bun- galow at Horace Wellls' Sound Shore development in NorthvUle, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Moore of Stony Bro<dc are vacationing for two weeks in one of Harold R. Reeve's bungalows on Bray avenue, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Woodward and Robert Woodward spent Sunday at the World's Fair. Dr. Herbert Hartflel of New York, who is medical director for the Men- nen Company and John J. Riordan, also of New York, were week end guests qf Dr. 'John L, Wasson, Week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wasson at their Bay boulevard summer home were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Smith of New York. The July meeting of the local Cham' ber of Commerce will take place Mon- day nlifht at Albin's Restaurant with a dinner at 6:30 p.m. and the business session at 8 p. m. Another Chamber project will be completed this week with the Installation of a neon, sign at the Route 25-Love lane Junction to designate Mattltuck's shopping dis- trict. A committee feeaded by Alois J. Lutz, Jr., raised funds, local busi- ness men contributing, and the Shell Oil Company donated the .metal pole, which will be firmly based in concrete. Miss Elizabeth Fleet, acconnpanled by Miss Grace Roberts of New York, Is on a trip to Connecticut over the week end. Miss Isabelle Conklln took Miss Fleet's place at LeRoy S, Reeve's real etsate office. Mrs. John Bagshaw entertained one of the local bridge clubs at her home In Rlverhead on Thuisday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kirkup, son Miles and daughter Patricia of Orange. N. J., have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Reeve. Miss Shirley Dohm and Miss Faye Gildersleeve left on Tuesday to spend two weeks wih Miss Dohm's aunt, Mrs. Floyd Atkins, at Bovlna Center, N.Y. Miss Charlotte Tuthlll of the nursing staff of tlie E. L. I. Hospital, Green- port, is spending a two-week vacation at tlie home of her father, Robert Tut- hUl, CONSTANCE 0. RUTHlNOSKI Mrs, Constance C, Ruthinoski, wife of Daniel Ruthinoski, died Saturday at her home in Oregon, Mattituck. She had been ill for nearly two years and had been a bed-ri<tten invalid the past thirteen months, Mrs. Ruthinoski was bom in Poland on April 21. 1883, and had lived in this country the past 37 years. Besides her husband, she is survived by six daughters and five sons. Services were conducted Monday at Our Lady of Ostrabrama R. C, Church, Cutchogue, the Rev. L Zbawiony offici- ating, Interment was in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Cutchogue. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH P. E. Radford, D.D.. Pastor Services for Sunday. July 16: 10:00 a,m Sabbath School 11:00 a m Morning Worahip 7:15 p,m, . , , Young People's Worship 8:00 p.m Evening Worship Members of the Missionary Society enjoyed a picnic luncheon at the Ma- ratooka Clubhouse today (Thursday). P. E. CHURCH OF THE BBDBEMBR Kenneth M. Sowers. Rector Sixth Sunday after Trinity. July 16: 9:30 a,m Holy Communion JOHN H. MORELL Dodge - Plymouth SALES AND SERVICE Cor. South and Flnt 8U. GREENPORT, N. T. TeL GrMBport M bee n employed at Paradise Sweets, Front street, Greenport, for the past year, where she has made many friends. Best wishes, Eileen, and congratula- tions, Edwin. Members of the Exempt Firemen's Association, held their regular meeting in their rooms Thursday night, July 6th, with a large attendance. Re- freshments were served following the meeting and music enjoyed by their new radio. Edgar Sypher, 45, an electrician of Rlverhead, L. I., was placed under ar- rest by Chief Smith of the local po- lice force charged with disorderly con- duct. He pleaded guilty and drew a $10.00 fine imposed ^ Judge Bassarear. Mrs. William Amott pleasantly en- tertained members of the Triangle Class, Tuesday, July 11th. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Verity had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Everett Aus- tin of Richmmd Hill, L. I. It Is pleasing to know that Mrs. William Woolley, mother of Village Trustee Charles Woolley is recovering from Illness. The annual picnic of the Sunday School of the Baptist Church was held at the Orient State Park. About sev- enty-five participated. Luncheon was served on the beach. Stanley S, Cor- wln, youi\g attorney, was in charge of the picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Bertram Kassam re- turned to their home In Flushing, L. I. having visited friends for a few days. Letters received from Vincent San- tacroce state he Is enjoying life at Camp Dix, N. J., where he expects to spend the month at the Citizen's Mil- itary Training Camp. Tickets are now on sale for the annual card party, sponsored by mem- bers of the Eastern Long Island Hos- pital Auxiliary to be held Wednesday July 19, at the Booth House. There will be refreshments and prizes. The com- mittee consists of Mrs. Charles Capon. Mrs. F. B. Corey, Mrs. David Preston, Mrs. Milton Beaston, Mrs. Abe Brown, Mrs. L, Levlnson, Mrs, David Tuthlll, Mrs. Charles Sage, Mrs. Margaret Ire- land. Mrs. Kenneth Monsell, Mis.s Sa- rah Bailey, Mrs. R. J. Tappert, Mrs. William Robinson, Mrs. George Sny- der, Miss Leila Booth, Mrs. F. L. Cor- wln, Mrs. Robert Mills, Mrs. Ralph Preston, Mrs. N. Bush, and Mrs. Henry Moore. A baby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Preston TuthlU of Cutchogue, Hall and sponsored by members of Stirling Council, scored. The hall was crowded with eager and happy guests. Noticed Rev. Raymond Costello of St. Patrick's R. C, Church, Southold with a party of friends at a nearby table. Unusually beautiful favors were given away. Those participating in the fa- vors included: Miss May Costello, Mrs. Frank Grattan, Mrs. Arthur Hulse, Mr. and Mrs. John Russell, John Delaney, Miss Ethel Capon, Mrs. Robert Nugent, Mrs, Margaret Ireland, Edward Parker. Mrs. Hal Kemp, Mrs. Rose Rodenburg, Joseph GiUigan, Thomas Lynch, Mrs. A. TUllnghast, Mrs. RandaU. MM. Bd- Mr. and Mrs. Gerald L. Case of Cutchogue and Mr. and Mrs. William B. Pollock of Greenport, attended the wedding of their sister, Jennie Zaveski. Whw shopping in the stores of our many advertisers don't forget to men- tion the Long Island Traveler as your soiBce of InformatlMi. Wm. H. Terry & Son Stevens Building Main Street Mnmou> , N. V. Insuranoe Arthur F. Qagen, Mgr. TtL3S52 LOUIS JAEGfBR & SON Greenport's Leading'Department Store TEL. GREENPORT 191 GET IN THE SWIM with a new bathing tuit of the latest mode : I and color combinations, hot forgetting bath- ing shoes and caps. While on the beach be protected from the sun*s harsh rays by a gay colored beach umbrella. And, be sure you own at least one of those delightfully large and attractive beach towels. When pleasure bent, a game of croquet is fun for all, as is table tennis or badminton. These are items you simply cannot do with- . out. We invite your inspection of these va- I rious games, which we have on display. ' BANANAS Friday and Saturday 6 lbs. 25c WOODWARD BROS. Next to P. 0. Tel. 3838 Southold

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