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THURSDAY. APRIL 4, 1940 THE LONG ISLAND TRAVELER PAGE P l V b ft UP, DOWN, AND ALL AROUND THE TOWN OF SOUTHOLD For AdvertMBf SpMe. PrtaliiW IitfMtMttoa w O M MHMI H M ut Wrnmmk 8 M W W Othw Main ti l a l i i l . n o w * CmuumlmH iMk m Watm at T M T D m r t M t MATTITUC K MR8 MAROARVr D OILOER8LEEVE Mtss Muriel Weber of Woodhaven spent her Easter vacation on East Le- gion Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Huttenlocker have returned home after vacationing In Florida. Mr. and Mrs. William Winters, Jr., have moved from Suffolk Avenue to Klcksvllle, Long Island. Mrs. Edgar Howell of East Rockaway is visiting relatives In Mattltuck. Mrs. Howell was formerly Miss Pearl Willi- ams of Mattltuck. Mrs. Charles F. Ooddard and Mrs. Charles Tuthlll have been on the sick list. Mrs. Lloyd Hamilton of Love Lane ha.s returned home after being a week In the E. L. I. Hospital and Is very much Improved in health. Rev. Archibald V. McLees of Brook- lyn has been spending several days visiting In Mattltuck and Cutchogue. James Klein of Woodhaven has been vi.sltlng his grandmother, Mrs. Edward Klein on Bay Avenue. Mns. Anna Kanasick of New York City spent the week end with Mrs. Clifford Saunders. Mrs. Arthur Fanning spent Tuesday of last week In New York City. Mr, and Mrs. John Norton of New York City spent several days at the liome of Mrs. Clifford Saunders sic recently had the honor of playing first violin In a concert given by a group of 160 pupils at Carnegie Hall. Last week's winner In the dress club sponsored by the Oregon Shop was Mrs. Arthur fVuinlng. The shop open- ed In Its new quarters on Monday. Peggy Ann Barker of Forest Hills spent last week with her grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Barker. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Hawkins, who have been spending several months In Albany, are at their local home for a few days. The firemen were called out to two field fires during the past few days. Flames burned over a considerable urea back of Andrew Hoffman's bun- galow at Camp Mlneola Saturday around 3 p. m. but were brought un- der control after a half-hour strug- gle. On Mond&y at 10 a.m., the vol- unteers put out a grass fire on Mrs. Minnie Hazard's property on Hamilton Avenue. Mrs. Sidney P. Tuthlll entertained her bridge club at a dessert party on Tuesday afternoon. Another bridge hostess was Mrs. Angle Robinson, who entertained yesterday (Wednesday) afternoon. Mrs. Norman Wells entertained sev- eral guests at tea on Monday. The Wawokiyes met Monday night CUTCHOGU E mis. 1. BILLAIID, wmtt Miss Aurelia Luke has been spend- at the home of Mrs. Jack Rose. Plans ing a few days visiting in Newark, N. J. Mr. and Mrs. John Conroy, with Iheir son Richard, and George H. Oll- dersleeve, returned to their home Sun- day afternoon after a nine days vaca- tion at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C5 € orge R. Olldersleeve. Harold Jones and family of Peconlc fire moving into the Gildersleeve house on Pike Street. were discussed for a fashion show to be held on May 4. Mrs. Cono Borelli was the guest of honor at two birthday parties given for her, one on Friday by Mrs. Rob- ert Meyers, and the other on Satur- day at the home of Mrs. Clifford Pen- ny. Dr. and Mrs. John L. Wasson return- ed the first of the week from their wedding trip, spent In Florida and on n cruise to the Bahamas on Oapt. W. Baynor Wickham's yacht \Alma.\ The iiewlyweds are living in their new home on Peconlc Bay Boulevard. The M. H. S. Settlors promise a splendid entertainment for next Wed- nesday evi-ning, April 10, at 8:15 o'- clock. when the fifth annual minstrel shew will be staged by the school's best talent. Proceeds are for the senior class trip to New York. There will be a matinee performance on Tuesday Hfternoon. Maurice Hansen Is having an addi- tion built to his garage, to be used a.s an ofiBce. Bennett & Downs are doing the work. Miss Stephle Clchanowlcz, Mattltuck H. S. graduate, who is taking a busi- ness course at Brown's Business Scliool In Jamaica and also studying violin at the New York School of Mu- PRE8BTTERIAN CHVRCH P. E. Radford, D.D., Pastor 10:00 a.m Sabbath School 11:00 a.m Morning Worship and Communion Service. 6:45 p.m. Young People's Worship 7:30 p. m Evening Worship Wednesday, April 10, at 7:30 p.m., mid-week prayer. Thursday, April 11, at 3 p. m., the Missionary Society meets at the home of Mrs. J. T. Klrkup. Mrs. Elmer D. Ruland Sr. will be the leader. A musical feature at the Sunday morning service was a group of selec- tions by a string quartet comprised of Miss Elizabeth Parrlsh, Milton Samuel and Walter Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Charles P. Tuthlll ar- rived home from Port Pierce, Fla. on Sunday. evening. Miss Grace Downs of Huntington, spent the week end with her cousin, Miss Audrey Horton. The misses Betty Allen and Wini- fred Blllard have returned to Babylon following their vacations at their homes here. Mrs. Sherwood Beebe entertained at a dinner party on Thursday evening for her nephew Rutgar Cooper. Those who attended were, Clara and Jimmy Cooper, Ida and Calvin Orathwohl, Marjorle and BUI B e ^ , BUly Horton. and Sidney Case. Following the din- ner they attended the social at the Presbyterian Church. Raymond lEUpp of Oreenport spent part of last week with his cousins. Ju- nior and Eugene Tyler. Mrs. Richard Walsh aitd daughter Susan of New York are spending this week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Morrell. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Annabel and family of Jamaica spent part of last week at their summer home at Fleets Neck. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boyanton of AmltyvUle aimounce the arrival of a baby daughter, Virginia Parker on Thursday March 28th. Mrs. Boyanton was the former*Miss Jeannette Tut- hUl daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. P.' Tuthlll of this place. The Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the Methodist Church will meet with Mrs. Gerald Beebe on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Deziah Tuthlll entertained a number of ladies at a tea on Thurs- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chester E. Loper have nioved from Mattltuck to the H. G. Tuthlll house on Pequash Avenue. Miss Eleanor Blllard spent 1h rs- day with her aunt, Mrs. Russell D Hard of Rlverhead. Miss Doris Horton entertained a number of friends at her home on Saturday evening. th e Red Cross Rooms over Morrell's Oarage will be open Monday afternoon April 8th, at 1:30 for over seas sewing and knitting. Kindly bring your own thimble and scissors. Arthur Tuthlll of Brooklyn, is spend- hls vacation here at his home. Miss Adelaide Midgley of Ithaca is enjoying her spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Midg- ley. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald ^eebe and fam- ily spent last Friday visiting with rel- atives In Huntington, AmltyvUle and Westbury. The menu for the Methodist Church supper which will be held on Thurs- day AprU 18th, is roast beef, mashed potatoes, mashed turnips, cold slaw, buttered carrots, rolls, lemon and mince pie, and coffee. Adults 65 and chUdren 35 cents. RESOLUTION OF SYMPATHY WHEREAS, the Assembly has learn- ed with deep regret of the death of the Honorable John O. Peck, County Treasurer of Suffolk County, and a former Member of the Assembly who represented the County of Suffolk dur- ing the years 1022, 1923, 1924; and WiHEREAS, as a Member of the As- sembly and a county ofBclal and an educator In the County of Suffolk, he has given long.and faithful service to the people of the state; and WIQ3HBAS, his honorable and dis- tinguished career has caused htm to be held in high esteem by those with whom he has come in contact during his many years of public service, there- fore be It RESOLVED, that when the Legis- lature adjourns this day. It do so out of respect to the memory of the Hon- orable John G. Peck and be It further RESOLVED, that a copy of this res- olution be transmitted to the survi- ving members of his family. K. of C. CHARITY BALL CHAIRMAN ON THE AIR PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. F. O. Beebe. Minister 10:30 a.m Morning Worship 11:45 a.m Bible School 6:30 p.m. ... Young Peoples Meeting 7:30 p. m Evening Worship Mid-week Prayer meeting every Wed- nesday evening at 7:30. Sewing Society every Thursday. METHODIST CtitRCH Rev. L. P. White, Minister 10:00 a.m Sunday School 11:00 a.m Morning Worship 7:00 p.m Evening Worship A style show featuring clothing for children and older boys and girls wlU be held on Thursday, AprU 11th. Models wUl exhibit the clothing. John F. Connelly, Chairman of the 1940 Charity BaU of the L. I. Chapter, Knights of Columbus. wlU appear on the radio program, \Fraternal Column of the Air,\ over station WVFW, 1400 Kilocycles, 11 P. M., Thursday, AprU 4. Mr. ConneUy wUl dramatize the work and charitable activity of the L. I. Chapter,, which Is supported solely by the funds raised at the annual ball, in a 15 minute period with Mr. Irving Zlnaman, who conducts the program weekly over the station, and who is also the editor of the Fraternal Column of the Brooklyn Citizen. The 1940 Charity Ball wlU be held at the Columbus Club on the evening of AprU 12th. Christian Science p. E. CHURCH of the REDEEMER Kenneth M. Sowers, Rector 9:30 a . m Morning Prayer Salesbooks, spepial forms and blanks of all kinds for business purposes at The Long Island Traveler Office. adv C U R E F O R S PRI NG FEVER NE W SUFFOLK MRS. E. BILLARD, Editor Telephone Peconlc 6478 Miss Ida Grathwohl spent part of last week with her aunt Mrs. John Courtney of Peconlc. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bugbee of New York have opened their bungalow for the summer. WUliam Broiwstead of Brooklyn vis- ited at the Lane cottage last week. Mrs. Gilbert Horton has returned from a visit in Pitman N. J. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gilllsple. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baxter and daughters Elizabeth and Shirley of East Orange N. J. spent last week here at their bungalow. Miss Clara Cooper entertained a few friends on Saturday evening In honor of her seventeenth birthday. Louis Freyherr and son Harold of Sag Harbor have now opened up the Sun- rise Lunch Room here for the season. Miss Mildred Horton of Orange, N. J., Is spending this week with her mother Mrs. Ella Horton. James Horton ana friend Lloyd Grant of MltcheU Field spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Horton. Arthur Lankenau has received his new boat from Maine. Mrs. Ella Horton is having a garage built on her property. Miss Elizabeth Baxter entertained five of her girl friends from New Jer- sey last week. Charles Pugsley Is having his house shingled by WUllam Ketcham. STATE OF MAINE Certified Cobbler Seed Potatoes This Stock Grown One Year in Maine from Prince Edward Island Seed. Greenhouse Test taken last win- ter showed this Seed Free from disease. WILLIAM KROEMER Hicksville 500 Riverhead 3079 STANLEY LECHMANSKI Mr. Stanley Lechmanskl passed away at the Eastern Long Island Hospital on last Friday evening following an Illness of a few weeks. Funeral services were held on Monday morning at the Our Lady of Ostrabrama R. C. Church conducted by Rev. I. Zbawiony. Mr. Lechmanskl is survived by his widow Viola, two daughters Alice and Clara and a son Eugene. His mother, Mrs. Tekla Lechmanskl, ancj four sisters, Mrs. Anne Schafter, Mrs. Pannle Dunn, Mrs. S<^le Jerome, and Jennie Lech- manskl. \Unreality\ is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, April 7. The Golden Text is: \Truly in vain is salvation hoped for from the hUls, and from the multitude of mountains: truly In the Lord our God Is the sal- vation of Israel\ (Jeremiah 3: 23). Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bible: \Love not the world, neither the things that are In the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father Is not in him. For all that Is In the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the. pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world. And the world passeth away, and the lust thereof: but he that doeth the will of God abideth for ever\ (I John 2: 15-17). The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following selection from the textbook of Christian Science, \Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures.\ by Mary Baker Eddy: \Mortal man has made a convenant with his eyes , to belittle Deity with human concep- tions. In league with material sense, mortals take limited views of aU things . . . Christianity causes men to turn naturally from matter to Spirit, as the flower turns from darkness to light. Man then appropriates those things which 'eye hath not seen nor ear heard'\ (pp. 255, 458-9). ORIEN T I'ere's an easy-to-take louic to pen up your per- Koiiulity! Gay, elamorous Knna Jetticks that set • merry pace for pleasure— ihut fe^ as young and lively as they look! \Hand- Hexed\ to make your walk >11 life an easy ouel Emily $6 IVANS SHOE STORE At R. R. Station Riverhead On Tuesday of last week the Young People of the Congregational Church drove to New Haven with Rev. McClel- land to attend the Passion Play at Plymouth Congregatonal Church. There were three cars and Mrs. Har- rison Demarest and Mr. Stanley Du- vall made the trip with the gi-oup. It was the tenth anniversary celebration of the play, so there were many hon- ored guests present including ex Gover- nor Cross of Conn., Mayor Murphy of New Haven and Rev. Oscar E. Mauer Moderator of the National Council of Congregational Churches. Edward Ryder had the misfortune to fall from a tree on Monday breakin? his arm. On Thursday evening of last week Wayland Jefferson of Southold gave a very interesting talk on the history of the first hundred years of Eastern Long Island, mainly from Southold to Orient Point. This was sponsored by the ladles of the March group of the (Congregational Church. There was a very good attendance eager to learn about the Town. Mrs. Philip Weiler entertained the foUowing ladies at bridge on Wednes- day evening of last week: Mrs. Fred Terry, Mrs. Walter Kluge, Mrs. Louis Tuthlll, Mrs. Myron Rackett, Miss Marcella Loper, Mrs. E. C. Petty, and Mrs Floyd King. Prizes were won by Mrs. Kluge and Mrs. TuthUl. Miss Marcella Loper and Miss Ada Bergen of Mattltuck spent a few days of their- Easter vacation in New York City. Miss Mabel Merrill is visiting her sister Mrs. George Clark in Port Jef- ferson. iMIrs. Louise Warwick returned to Orient last week after spending sev- eral weeks at Winter Park, Fla. Alfred Luce of New York is driving a new Pontlac Coupe. He spent last week end with his father E. E. Luce. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Brooks moved this week to the house owned by Mrs. Annie Latham on Orchard St. They have been making their home in East Marion. Mrs. Leila Young Heath who has been with Mi's. Chessman Thorn of Green- port for several weeks is stopping for a time at Townsend Manor Inn. Miss Winnie Drake spent last week with her friend HUda TuthiU while her parents visited relatives up state. Jean Campbell writes from Miami. Florida, where she is spending her va- cation with her mother Mrs. George Alrey tlmt she Is enjoying beautiful weather, swimming every day with the temperature 90 degrees. The Parish meeting held in the Con-\ eregatlonal Church last Monday eve- ning voted to Install a new furnace. A committee was elected to investigate the latest heating device used In churches. Mr. and Mrs Harry Cummlngs and ChUdren who have been making their home with Mis. Gordon on King St., moved last week to the Durostone house on the Majn Road, owned by Mrs. Stanley Corwln of Oreenport. Mrs. Evelyn Young returned to her home here after spending several weeks ill Oreenport at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Welden. Well-known skipper of the oue-time 49,000-tou Leviathan, Commodore H. A. Cunuingham (at right in piiotograph) la showu receiving the original tele- phone insiallua in his cabin in Decem- ber, 1929, when t.iat ship was the first to be equipped for shlp-to-shore radio l^eli)Uoue service. The instrument was gWen in token of the tenth \birthday\ of this service. At the presentation, R. A. Heislng, radio research engineer, was spokes- man for a Bell Telephone Laboratories group who had worked on the early development of this service. ' . — ^'a-r-V'rti- i i £ jU'Cia ' snore ser- vice hash^iYTRflded to many ocean liners and in haibOt' and coastal waters hunUreUb of smaller Craft are also eunipped tor voice connection with land tolephonos. The first long distance telephone conversation between New York and Boston tooiv place over an experimea* tal line on March 27, 1884, flfty-slx years ago. Koke Brothers SOUTHOLD, N. Y. Tel. 3523 OLDSMOBIL E Sales and Service BUY TERCENTENARY STAMPS ! I I I Uncle Ab says eVen a church supper is likely to disagi'ee with sonuom. Louis Jaeger & Son Greenport's Leading Department Store Our sincere thanks is extended at this time to each and Everyone who visited us on the day of the Grand Opening of our new store. Your presence proved to be an added incen- tive to merit the confidence placed in us for the past number of years and we sincerely trust for many years to come. To our many friends who sent flowers, telegrams, cards and also to those who telephoned to us on this day, we wish to say many, many thanks. ~ Pastime Packet Complete with Pattern Token^ $1.00 within the saucy, pin striped wrappings ot the Pastime Packet is a fragrant foursome of Early American Old Spice favorites, ^-oz. Toil- et Water, Toilet Soap, Wardrobe Sachet, and Guest Talcum — each redolent with piquant Old Spice. The gift-token, contained therein, provides a genteel and enjoyable pastime for ladies desirous of beautifying their homes in the Early American Manner. It's an authentic need- lework transfer-pattern of the much loved Early American Old Spice motifs, for graceful fingers to embroider onto household linens, towels, or curtains, thus ensembling them with Early American Old Spice Toiletries. ii n

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