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The Long Island traveler. (Cutchogue, N.Y.) 1871-1940, May 09, 1940, Image 5

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GREENPOR T Telephone Oreenport 290 Uniforms for \Red Legs,\ a new team 4ii Twilight League, were pur- chased at Louis Jaeger and Son. Local Sport Headquarters. It Ls a plea.surc to report that Miss Marie Warner Ls recuperating quite satlslactorlly In a Metropolitan Hospi- tal, Miss Warner Is secretary to At- torney F.' J. McMann. For Mother's Day — Call at The ISABELLE HOSIERY SHOP. adv CUTCHOGU E MRS. B. BIU.ARD, MMor Telephone Peoonlo 6478 MISS ELLA L. IIODGINS M1 . SS Ella L. Hodglns died Monday morning, May 6th. at the home of her sLster, Mrs. Frank D. Hchaumburg, wltn whom ;hc lived, after a brief Illness. She wr fccrn in Southold, the daugh- ter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Michael Hodglns. She was a devout Catholic, a member of the St. Agnes R. C. Church, Altar and Rosary Society; Court Joan of Aic, C. D. of A. A Mass of Requiem will be said Thursday morning at 9:30. Reverend John King, pastor of St. Agnes Church, oSaclatlng. Burial was in St. Patrick's Cemetery, Southold. Those surviving Include, in addition to Mrs. Schaumburg, two sis- ters Mrs. John Ryan and Miss Anna Hodglns, both of Oreenport. Sun-Proo f Paints bring long-lasting beauty and protection to your home—pro- tection that withstands the rav- ages of snow, sleet, rain and boilitu: sun for yiears to come. Goldsmith &TutliiU .SOUTHOLD Phone 3767 NEW SUFFOLK Peconio 6424 Lehigh Valley Anthracite C»hnhyN*t»n • ky Kllttwtt PITTSBURGH © PAINTS PHENIX HOOK & LADDER HOLDS LADIES NIGHT The first Ladles' Night attempted by members of Phenix Hook & Ladder Company and the Relief Hose Com- pany of the Oreenport Fire Depart- ment, Thursday night. May 2nd, In their fire house was one of the out- standing social events of the season and one that will be lasting in the memory of the two hundred and twen- ty-five guests participating. The buf- fet supper with everji;hing delicious in the line of food, the tables spread with snowy white linen, beautiful flowers here and there, was all so lovely. Es- pecially for the ladies. Judge Norman Klipp, always an as- set to any social affair, welcomed the guests in his dignified way. Every one felt at home and the spirit of good fellowship and friendliness that pre- vailed was particularly noticeable. Dancing to the strains of Paul Coraz- zlni's Orchestra followed the playing of Bingo. Noticed among the guests was Mayor Kluge wearing a deep blue paper cap. Very becoming Mr. Mayor. Also Charles Woolley, Jacob Tyler and Fred Locker, of the Village Board of Trustees, Attorney Frederick Tasker, Judge Edward Costello, Benjamin Rogers and many other notables. The generai chairman. Judge Norman Klipp, assisted by Howard Valentine, Prank Geehreng, Fred Bohlke, Nick Martocchio, Charles Lellman, William Heaney, Bruno Kiski, Robert Hawkins, Joseph Townsend, Harvey Rhodes are all entitled to share In the glory of a successful ladies' night. The surprise feature of the evening was the show- ing of motion pictures, through the courtesy of Sherwood Rouse. Mrs. Blanch Chugln and family have moved from the Beebe House to the rooms over the bank. Mrs. Chugln will continue her Beauty Parlor at IhLs new place. Miss Peggy McCaflery was given a birthday surprise party on Monday evening at the home of her cousin Miss Helen McCafTery. Mr. and Mrs. William Cornelius have returned to Fleet s Neck for the sum- mer, having spent the -winter in Far Rockaway. Mrs. Linnaeus Allen and Mrs. Elliott Barteau were luncheon guests of Mrs. Clayton Billard on Tuesday. The Cosmos Society were entertain- ed at a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Morgan Penny of Hampton Bays on Tuesday. Mrs. Emll Conrad of Southold spent the week end with her mother, Mrs. Sophie Brocker. Mrs. Cora Manning has rented her cottage to Mr. and Mrs. Hagen of New York. The Barteau bungalow has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. John Fitzgerald of Bayslde and the iiome of the late Mrs. L. C. Orathwohl to The Carl Braun family of Brooklyn and Forrest Gordon corner house to the Anrlg family of New Jersey. Mr .and Mrs. Henry Woelpper en- Joyed the week end In Brooklyn with Mr. Woelpper's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Woelpper. A number from here attended the Holy Name Rally at St. James on Sun- day. The Jolly Dozen 4-H Club held a card party at the home of their lead- er Miss Clara Tuthill on Monday eve- ning. Mrs. Lillian Orathwohl has moved back to her home for the summer. Mrs. Abrams of Richmond Hill has been visiting here with her nephew, Rev. L. P. White, Mrs. White spent several days last week visiting with relatives and friends in Sea Cliff. The Catholic Ladles Club.of the Sa- cred Heart Parish enjoyed a one-dish supper at the Parish Hall on Thurs- day evening. After the supper the bu- siness meeting was conducted, a num- the present time there are seventy- seven members, anyone wishing to join may do so. The date for the next meeting will be Thursday, May 16th. The ladles will gather at 2 o'clock to do sewing for the church. The Home and Garden Club met at the home of Miss Julia Wlckh.\'.n on Friday. On Friday, May 3rd, Mrs. William Harris was entertained at a birthday luncheon at Casa Basso in West Hamp- ton. In the party were, Mrs. Laura Horton, Mrs. Kate Turbrush of Riv- erhead, Mrs. Eugene Horton of New Suffolk and Mrs. Mattle Lindsay, Mrs. Marjorie Wickham of Mattituck. Mrs. Allan Orathwohl entertained at a party on Saturday evening in hon- or of her husband's birthday. The eve- ning was pleasantly spent In playing games and cards. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Prince of Val- ley Stream and Hollis Orathwohl of Little Neck spent the latter part of the week at their home here. Mrs. Linnaeus Allen Is visiting with her sister, Mrs. Lee Rember of Ja- maica, and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Allen of Floral Park. Miss Madolyn Tyler of Patchogue, visited at her home here over the week end. On account of the hobby show the one-dish supper was postponed a week. The Senior Epworth League were hosts to the Alumni of the League who live In town on Wednesday evening. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. F. G. Beebe, Mlniater 10:30 a.m Morning Worship 11:45 a.m Sunday School 6:30 p.m Endeavor Meeting 7:30 p. m Evening Worship Wednesday, May 15th 7:30 p. m Mid-week Meeting Sewing Society every Thursday. METHODIST CHURCH Rev. L. P. White, Minister 10:00 a.m Sunday School 11:00 a.m Morning Worship 7:00 p.m Evening Worship \Mother's Day\ \God's Voice Under- ber of new members were enrolled, at ground. Mrs. Ellen Wasson has returned to Mattituck after spending some time in Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bennett and their three children are again residing at the Haggerty estate after spending the winter in Palm Beach, Florida. Work has started on the docking structures and marine railway Capt. Stanley Naugles la having built on the west side of Mattituck Inlet south of the Old Mill bridge. When the pro- ject is completed, the Inlet will afford unusually fine accommodations for pleasure craft and fishing and com- mercial boats. Capt. Naugles also re- ports good fishing In the Sound off the breakwater; one party he took out a few days ago returned with 55 fine flounders. A program of band music at 7:30 p. m. In the auditorium will begin the annual \open house\ tomorrow (Fri- day) evening at Mattituck H. S. Later, the parents and others attending will have the opportunity to Inspect the school and see the typing, home eco- nomics, Industrial arts and other class- es in action. There may also be a ses- sion of the school court, and other features are being planned. Principal A. C. Garelle led an inter- esting discussion of courses of study and modern educational trends which developed at the tea given last Thurs- day for the mothers of High School students. About 40 mothers attended the affair. Members of the Suffolk County School Executives' Association meet this (Thursday) afternoon at the local school. Tonight, they will hold a din- ner meeting with members of the Suf- folk Schoolmen's Association at the Hotel Henry Perkins, Riverhead. Mrs. Furman Neefus entertained the Merry Wives, one of the local bridge rlubs, last night. Dr. Stanley P. Jones was confined to his home by Illness the early part of the week. The winner last week in the dress club sponsored by the Oregon Shop was Mrs. Robert Stelzer. Mrs. F. Spencer Butterworth enter- tained members of her bridge club on Wednesday evening of last week. Prize winners were Mrs. William Unkelbach and Mrs. Walter Bergen. Mr. and Mrs. G. Keimeth Fischer of Brooklyn, were week end guests of Mrs. George H. Fischer. For Mother's Day — Call at The ISABELLE HOSIERY SHOP. adv MATTITUC K MRS.. MAROARSn' D. OILDERSLEEVE J Simmons Deepsleep Mattress Mrs. Agnes Magoey of New Rochelle spent the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kearney of Love Lane. Mrs. Viola H. Kramer, second grade teacher In the Mattituck High School, j returned to her school room last Thurs- day after being on the sl(5k list. Mrs. Mary Meyers of New York City has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Clif- ford Saunders. Mrs. Clifford Saunders and two chil- dren spent last Wednesday with her mother, Mrs. Louis Bugdan in James- port. $ 29 50 Well known comfort and quality value. Smart, Rayon Woven Stripe covers in popular colors. Matching cord edge. Deep-sleep has an improved type of inner-spring construction with 299 silent coils of hinged type. Pre-built border with outer coil row attached; inner roll edge. Deep upholstering with protective sheeting; protective sisal pad. Cord handles. Golden ventilators, and flat button tufts. Deepsleep Box Spring, $29.50 64 double-cone, flexible coils hand-laced with Italian hemp. Sturdy Rattan border . Seasoned wood frame has braced corners. Matching covers. Loilis Jaeger & Son Greenport's Leading Department Store Tel. 191 Extends Mother's Day Greetings to all Mothers Once again we look forward to celebrating Mother's Day and we wish to be of assistance in helping you to select your gifts for this day of days. We feel sure that you will be able to purchase the one gift that will make HER day the happiest one possible by looking over our assortment of mer- chandise. Early American Old Spice Gotham Gold Stockings Pajamas and Gowns Pyrex Cutlery Lace and Linen Tablecloths House Coats Leather and Cloth Bags Pillow Cases and Sheets SilkSlockings O i a t ^ a r And many other items which make Ideal Gifts BUY TERCENTENARY STAMPS! Mrs. Charles Coutts and her mother Mrs. Eva Worthington left here last Saturday to spend a week in New York City. Mrs. Inez Wells, mother of Ross Wells, who has been at the Wells home all winter, Is spending two weeks at the home of Mrs. Emma A. Terry. The Misses Carol and Doris Cush- man spetit a week in Riverhead visit- ing their aunts, Mrs. Michael Dem- chack and Mrs. Kenneth Cheshire. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cushman and family spent Sunday In Riverhead with Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Cheshire. Rothman's Dept. Store NATIONALLY KNOWN MERCHANDISE MAIN ST. T«l. 3770 SOUTHOLD KAPLAN'S MARKET 407 Kaplan Ave. Tel. 304 Greenport, L. I. Specials for Friday and Saturday, Nay 10 and 11 Fancy Northwestern Turkeys Lb. 25c FRESH L. I. DUCKS (Saturday Only) 15c FRESH FRYING CHICKENS 25c FANCY FOWL (All Sizes) 25c LEGS OF SPRING LAMB 25c CHUCKS of LAMB (Whole) 17c FRESH PORK LOINS 19c FRESH HAMS 18c FRESH and SMOKED SHOULDERS 15c VEAL CUTLETS (Native) 39c BACON, SUGAR CURED, (By Piece) 17c RUMP CORNED BEEF (Boneless) 27c BOILED HAM (Sliced) 39c FRESH GROUND HAMBURG 19c Creamed Cottage Cheese 2 lbs. for 15c Fresh Local GRADE ' ' A \ EGGS doz. 23c Visit Our Vegetable & Grocery Department BUY TERCENTENARY STAMPS I T H E R E F RI G E R A T O R W i t h CONDITIONED AIR! Controlled humidity and temperature, and constant circulation of sweet, clean, freshened air. L Nmv 0-C Com Storag* ComiMHiMiit Automatically coatreh humidity for keeping meats better longer. 2. Nmv M Air mtM-. Freshens air and practically climinatM trantte of food odors. You can taste the difference. 3. N M* Q-C HimiMMal. Provides proper humidity for keeping varying quantities of vegeubles \garden fresh\ for days. GBNERAL0EIECIBI C ROTHMAN'S DEPARTMENT STORE Tel. 3770 Southold, L I. 5 1 Sundays of the year are Yours But NEXT Sunday is YOUR Mother's Whether she is here with you, or back in your old home town— R e m e mb e r h e r w i th F l ow e r s To assure yourself of satisfaction, give us your orders J . E . W E I R , I n c . Phone 313 JAMESPORT, L. I. We have been bonded members of the Florists' Telegraph Delivery Association for over 25 years

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