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The Long Island traveler. (Cutchogue, N.Y.) 1871-1940, November 30, 1939, Image 8

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Wise Buys -for THRIFT Y SHOPPERS DRUG _ LU. II 22 0 M A I N ST. (. U f E M P O I t T . . . L . » . MATTITUC K una . MAROARirr D. 0ILDER8LEEVI: The Misses Lizzie M. Tuthlll and El-; and Robert, and John Barker and ma R. Tuthlll have moved Into Mrs. Abble Oonklln's house. Mrs. Conklln and her daughter Miss Isabelle Conk- lln are spending the winter In River- head. Mr, and M:rs, Thomas Oagen and two children, Dorothy and Patricia, who have been living with Mrs. Oa- gen's sister. Miss Luella Browa, will spend the winter In Clearwater, Flori- da, where Mrs. Oagen has a position. Mrs. Lillian Archer of Suffolk Ave- nue returned home last Thursday after visiting in the City. Mr. Eddie Donhefner, who is em- ployed in Brooklyn, spent Thanksgiv- ing with relatives in Mattltuck. Miss Aurelia Luke has been spending several days in Newark, New Jersey. Miss Katherine WyckoH of Wagner College, spent Thanksgiving at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Monfort Wyckoff. Mrs. Ellen Howell of Mattltuck and Rlverhead is visiting her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Held in Brooklyn. The Misses Anita Hallett of Babylon and Elizabeth and Thelma Browne of Hicksville, were Thanksgiving day vis- itors of the Misses Hope and Mai^aret Glldersleeve. Miss Margaret Benton of Mattltuck High School Faculty spent Thanks- When *S. S, Telephone' Was Queen Of River Craft Back in the 1870*s daughter, Peggy Ann. M^s. Robert Barker's sister, Miss Bertha Clark, was also a guest. Miss Carol Reeve was heard with much appreciation in a violin solo at the morning Sunday service. Org«n accompaniment was by Mrs. Arthur N. Penny. Mr. and MVs. Daniel Young recent- ly entertained Capt. and Mrs. Alfred Sherman and son, Alfred Jr., and daughter, Marjorle, of Brooklyn. Principal A .C. Garelle, chairman of the community Boy Scout Committee, and Harold R. Reeve Sr., who is an official of the Suffolk Council, headed a group of eight local Scouters who at- tended the annual district dinner Mon- day night at Shelter Island. The Mattltuck H. S. basketball team begins a new season Saturday night when the Westhampton Beach H. S. squad will come here for a non-Ieogue game. Play starts at 7:30 p. m. Mattltuck is honored in having the first of the series of subscription en- tertainments to be held during the auspices of the Eastern Suffolk Concert Association staged here. Cornelia Otis Skinner, famed monologlst, will be the artist at the opening presentation next | Wednesday night, December 6, in the' school auditorium. Thursday.night gym classes for wo- men begin next week on December 7 at the ^hool. -n^e initial men's night flOT WATER BOTTLES or FOUNTAIN SYRINGES 12.00 Value 98c S3.00 Value $1.S9 ELECTRIC HEATING PAD #3.00 Value $1.89 1- 3J.< tIFEBUO Y City and spent the remainder of her vacation with friends in Massachu- setts . The Misses Elizabeth and Thelma Brown of Hicksville and Miss Anita Hallett of Babylon spent their Thanks- giving vacation at the home of their Aunt and Uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. Le- Roy Hallock on Paciflc Street. Mrs. Charles Coutts and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Worthlngton spent sev- eral days last week visiting relatives in Jamaica and Saint Albans. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tlerney of Woodcliff, New Jersey spent last week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred- erick Vine on Love Lane. Mrs. Elizabeth Yetter of Bay Avenue entertained, on Thanksgiving Day, her daughter Miss Phebe Yetter, who is a student in the Southampton Hos- pital, and her parents Mr. and Mrs. Charles Amerman of Rockville Centre and Mr. and Mrs. A. Lott Amerman of Garden City. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lind of Flush- ing were last Friday visitors at the home of Mrs. Margaret D. Glldersleeve. They also visited relatives in Green- port. Mir. and Mrs. Jc^n T. Hallock of Bay Avenue entertained at a lov^y dinner on Thanksgiving, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bond and their two daughters, Mrs. Clara Benjamin and her dAii^h- ter. Miss Fay s«njamln and Mr. atUi Mrs. Linden Hailock pf Riverhead. SHAVING VITAMIN S VITAMIN B Bottle 508 VITAMIN A Bottle 100s .89c 98c A B D G CAPSULES 50s 98c 100» $1.69 2508 $5.49 HALIBUT LIVER OIL Capsules 50s 69c 100b 98c 2508 $2.19 NAVITOL CAPS 100ss $1.977 100 $1.9 ABDOL GAPS lOOs $1.59 PBPSODEN T ANTISEPTIC 59 ^ Dr. and Mrs. Seymour D. Silver and baby daughter, Emily, drove up from Towson, Md., to spend Thanksgiving Day with Mrs. Silver's parents, Mr. m i Mrs. Matth6W Jhune. Mattltuck residents who have regis- tered new cars within the past week Include Harry C. Young, Buick sedan, John H. Hinsch, BUlck sedan; Joseph A. Krupski, Plymouth sedan; Police Chief Otto L. AhrlJt, Pontlac sedan: Other new car owners of Vicinity include Lawrence 3, Carroll el Cut' chogue, Chevrolet sedafli Burnett $'•. Tuthlll of Peconle, Chevrolet sedan; John C. Saneatki of Cytchogue, Ford tudor. Dr. and Mrs. Alonzo Smith of Cen- tral Islip were Thanksgiving guests at the Frederick Adelmann home. A bingo party has been announced for Wednesday, December 6, at Sacred Heart parish house, Cutchogue. Henry Drum of L. I. University and Miss Grace Drum, a student at the Packard School, spent the Thanksgiv- ing holidays at the home of their mother, Mrs. Grace Drum. Town Police Chief Otto Anrlg went to Brooklyn yesterday for a checkup following an operation on Tuesday of last week at the Brooklyn Eye and Ear Hospital. Dr. R. L. Moorhead, who has a summer home on Peconlc Bay boule- vard, performed the operation, remov- ing a growth from Mr. Anrlg's vocal chords which had been bothering him for a long time. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Smith left last Friday for Florida, to be followed a lew days later by Mr. Smith's parents, Capt. and Mrs. Joseph Smith. Everett Smith has a position in Miami while Capt. and Mrs. Smith will spend the winter in St .Cloud. Mr. and Mrs. Allyn Tuthlll spent from Thursday to Saturday in Bnxdc- lyn. Mrs. Elizabeth Yetter spent several days this week in Rockville Centre. Thanksgiving Day brought the trad- itional round of family dinners and reunions. Twenty-three gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cox for the holiday feast. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Glldersleeve entertained 22 guests at dinner and there were 14 \Turkey Day\ guwts at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William V. Duryee. There were many other large holiday parties in hospitable Mattltuck homes. Holiday guests of Lawyer and Mrs. Frank C. Barker were Mr. and M!rs. Robert Barker and two children, Brucc will be on the following Wednesday. December 13. Coach Bob Mulr will have charge of these adult recreation- al groups which are open to all. The Young People's Society of the Presbyterian Church inaugurate the winter's program of public dances with a bam dance tomorrow (Friday) night at Mechanics' Hall. Ken Brown's \Personality Trio\ will play for the dancers. The first fire district election con- test in several years is expected to re- sult In an unusually large vote next Tuesday evening. Candidates for com- missioner to succeed George G. Tut- hlll, who declined to run, are former Fire Chief Charles Reebe and former Commissioner George L. Penny Jr. The term of Donald Glldersleeve, district treasurer, also expires December 31 but it is expected that he will be elected by a write-In vote, although he has not filed a nominating petition and is not campaigning for re-election. Vote at the flrehouse will be between the hours of 7 and 10 p. m. Fred Satterly ,who has been very ill in the Eastern L. I. Hospital and who was recently given a blood transfusion, is reported to be much improved. Members of Mattltuck Council, Jr. O.U.A.M., are looking forward to a busy and interesting winter. A committee has been appointed to organize a third iJpgree team which will function at the next initiation. Councilor Stanley Cox is orgailiiinK a series of inter-lodge volley ball gii^Jies and there will be other indoor sports. Applications for membership have beefl tfceived from Charles Hamilton and Walter I>ohm. \Aunt Minnie from Minnesot»;^ ^ three-act comedy, Is being staged to- night (Thursday) by the Seniors in the school auditorium. Curtain call is at 8:15 p m. Miss Olive Dunkerke di- rected the production. ... . • Mr- vewey CUhloft of Ja- ma I P .* and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Watt Gf New Rochelle were guests of Mr. &nd Mrs. L. C. Dayton last Wednesday Wid Thursday. At the annual parish meeting of the Priesbyterlan Church Oh Sunday, a budget of $6t000 (of the support of the church during the coming year and cf $1,480 for benevolences was approv- ed and adopted. Elmer D. Ruland Sr., Elwood S. Reeve and J. Blair Young were re-elected trustees. J. B. Dayton, one of Mattltuck's fine elder citizens, plans to leave within the new week or so for Florida, trav- eling in a trailer which he has con- structed himself. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur N. Peimy spent Thanksgiving Day in Huntington, the guests of Mrs. Penny's mother, Mrs. Helen C. Slade, at a family party of 15 guests. Mrs. Ralph Cox has been ill with grippe at her home this week. ThI* handioma \stream-lined\ craft of the lata 1870'* was namad \Tala phona\ aa appropriate to her speed and eonvanlenee. That waa alxty-ona yaart ago. loaa than two yaara after Alexander Qraham Bell had brought forth hia graat Invention, and long before tha telephone waa In general uae. Stranga to aay« the beH placed on the vessel when she was launehsd had formerly basn on a craft eallad \Exchange.\ For aeven yeara the steamer Telephone, built near Galllpolls, O., was quean of tha uppor-Ohlo and Kanawha rivera and did much to make known the Inatni- mant from which ahr derived her name. Rhythm Leader 'Travels' A Lot by Long DistanciB FOR SALE Modern orchestra leaders \travel' a lot by wire. Among those who spread the gosp^of rhythm, Eddie Duchln. New *ork orchestra leader, is an In veterate'user of \long distance.\ In planning programs, keeping in touch with friends in all parts of the world, and rounding up his musicians when they have gone to their homes In vari- ous parts of the country, Duchln uses the overseas as well as nation-wide voice ways. ' It was by telephone invitation from Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt that Duchin was recently Inviied with his orchestra to play at the White House engage ment party of her son John. Duchin r» lates that while in bis New York apart- ment one morning he waa awakened to receive the call, and reflects that \It was my greatest thrill.\ In emergencies, Duchln uses the tele- phone to receive or transmit songs. One of his musical triumphs, the introduc- tion in Chicago of the swing song \The Merry-Go-Round Broke Down,\ is cred- ited to two loug~ distance calls. One he made front /Chicago to Uave Franklin, song writer, in New York, asking tor the song. The other came one morning later, when Ki-aiiklln, stranded by 111 neta in Deti^it, dictated t b j IB^ muSic over the wires to ffuchin In Chi- cago, so he was able to arrange for its Axrros VAI L BROS. USED CARS THAT MAKE FRIENDS 1937 Chevrolet Sport Coupe, black, heater, radio and defroster. .$450 1937 B u i c k Special Convertible Coupe, green, heater, radio , and defroster $635 1935 Super 8 Packard 5 Passenger Sedan, radio $395 All Speedometer Mileages Left Intact 90 Day or 3,000 MUe Written GuaMnty Phone For Demonstration Peconlc 6774 Sonthdd 3984 FOR SALE— The Trustees of the Southold Presbyterian Church offer for sale at a bargain, the two story ell extension with stairway on the parson- age building that Is to be removed. Two rooms on the lower floor, one 13 x 17% feet, the other 14% x 22%. Three rooms on second floor. Inquire of H. M. Haw- kins, Southold. FOR SALE: 1934 Reo Royale Sedan, Driven only 11,000 mlles-^50. Mrs. Lucy G. Brown, Southold 11-30-lt FOR SALE: Second hand building ma- terial, boards, timber, sash, glass — coal heater and boiler. C. W. Booth, Southold. ll-23utf rst roirtitio;i that evening. The doirit>le-barred cross, known a,? the Lorraine Cross, is the interna- tional symbol of the fight against tu- berculosis, 1—Kelvlnator Electric Refrigerator 1—Superfex OU Heater 1—VOM YTasber - - 1—Easy Washed Wood or Coal Parlor Stoves 1—Saxophone ir—Thtee Burner Florence Stove 1—G. E. Vacumm Cleaner —, like new ^era l Good Used Radios MULFORi:^! ^ Oreenport Tel. 414 PRESBYTERIAN CHVBCH P. E. Radford, DJ>., Pastor 10:00 a.m Sabbath School 11:00 a.m Morning Worship 6 :46 p.m. ... Young People's Service 7:30 p.m Evening Service Chrysler and Plymouth SALES and SERVICE F. Harold Sayre Tel. 3532 SOUTHOLD, N. Y. The Ladles' Guild held a meeting, preceded by a luncheon, at the chapel on Tuesday. Young People's Day will be observed with a special program at the morning !ervioe on Sunday. At a congregational meeting on Sun- day, Dec. 10, three elders will be elec- ted. Elders whose terms of offloe ex- ph-e are William V. Duryee, F»ed Boutcher and Ehner D, Ruland Jr. FARM FOR SALE: $600:00 Down, Balance in Small Payments. C. H. BaUey. Southold. lo-26-utf TuUps, Hyacinths, Crocus, Narcissus, LUies etc. Largest slie bulbs. Can be set from now until severe frost. Ralph W. Sterling Cutchogue 10-5-utf TO LET FOR RENT: Modern 7 room house, in Southold has just been thoroughly renovated — C. C. Fudge, Riverhead — Phone Jamesport 518. ll-30-4t LOST p. E. CHVBCH ol the BEDEEMER Kenneth M. Sowers, Beetor 0:30 a.m Morning Prayer 10:30 a.m Church School Several important items of church business were transacted Friday night at a parish meeting held at the sum- mer home of Judge and Mrs. Edward A. Richards. When shoppmg m the stores of our many advertisers don't forget to men- tion the Long laland Traveler M your source of Information. Bowi For Your Health -At- RECREATION CENTER ma t OBECNPOBI M.I M JVUV8 8CHIAVON1. Pre*. 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