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The Long Island traveler. (Cutchogue, N.Y.) 1871-1940, August 08, 1940, Image 8

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mm PAGE EIGHT THB LONG ISLAND TRAVBLBS THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1940 IV A N S SHOE STORE 0pp. Riilretd Station Riverhead, N* Y. GREENPORT EAST MARION COOL C O M F O R T FO R YOUR FE E T AT SA L E P R IC E S Canvas Oxfords ^1.00 Ladies' Leather Comfort Oxfords ^1.98 C to EEE Girls’ Camp Moccasins ^1.68 Ladies’ Sport Oxfords *1.98 Ladies’ Summer gSST..? Shoes »2.38 Ladies’ House Slippers 44c to 88c Children’s — Misses’ Leather Sandals 88c Men’s and Boys’ Moccasins ^1.98 Camp Men’s Leather House Slippers ^1.00 DIETING MADE \E AS YF ORT HE . \ D I A B E T I C EA K T H B on o it o M ty TO Mo n o o n OP T H E US U A L Jb U lftic I b h t INSIST ON mi A M B t t v W 9 P P § .M* M wdH te iBMwdai O m M M . Mrs. Fred Oing of Howard Beadt, Long Island is a guest of Mrs. Mar ­ garet E. Ireland. Other guests include Mr. and Mrs. I ^ r e d inland, Mr, apd Mrs. Martin Suydan of Brooklyn, N.Y. Members of the Jolly Roamer’s Club Hfere pfeasantly entertained at the home of Mrs. Charles Baker, Wednes ­ day ntght. Refreshments were served following cards. Shenandoah Circle, C. F. of A. will sponsor a beach party, Ihursday eve ­ ning, August 8 th. A covered dish sup ­ per will be served at six o’clock for members and guests. Mrs. Harold Ryden of Rlverhead is visiting her sister, Mrs. ^imiam TYes- ham. Mrs. Fred Oagen and little son were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fee of Sag Harbor. Mr. and Mrs. John Olsen entertain ­ ed Dr. and Mrs. William Olsen of Brooklyn New York. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Thornhill of New York City were week end visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Thornhill of Front Street. Mrs. Henry Petrtberton has returned to her home foU(^ng a visit with h^r daughter, Mrs. Edwin Buse of North- port, Long Island. Mr. and Mrs. Jamas Wamaka are at home after a visit of several days. Members of the Triangle Class, were pleasantly entertained at the home of Mrs. Edith King Tuesday, August 6 th. Members of the Southold Fire De ­ partment are sponsoring a block party on the property of the engine house. Take a trip to Southold and lend a hand to this worthy cause. The fire ­ men are ready to risk their lives for you, it’s your turn to help them. The baseball team of 1915 will cross bats with a picked team from the Oreenport Fire Department. The game will take place Sunday August 11th, at the Greenport Polo Grounds. Game called at three o’clock. Thursday evening, August 15th, members of the Auxiliary of Burton Potter Post, A. L. will sponsor a beach party at the Town Beach. A food sale will be held in the Oee- hring building, Saturday, August 17th, and will be sponsored by members of Stirling Chapter, 9 . E. S. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tyrell and fam ­ ily of Bridgeport, Conn., are spending a vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. Santacrooe, Fifth Street. Lawrence Nichols, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Nichols, was placed under arrest Wednesday, August 7th, charged with third degree burglary. It is said on August 5th, Nichols broke into the grocery store of Julius Levine, on Main Street and stole a sum of money from the cash register. Nichols has been in trouble on several other oc- ca^ons. Judge Costello, before whom he was arraigned, held him tor action of the grand jury. Nichols waived ex ­ amination. The boy was nabbed through the clever work of Troopers Sullivan and Hardy, B. I. C. assisted by Chief Smith of the local police de- I^ m e n t. John Heaney of Fourth Street is ser ­ iously ill at his home. Mr. and Mrs. H a r^ Jenner and lit ­ tle son of St. Petersburg, Florida, who are spending the summer with rela ­ tives in Oreenport. are visiting Mr. Earry Jenner a t J<dinstown, N. Y. Mrs. Jenner is fhe former Venetia Ireland. Miss Grace Jones, 21 of East Quogue, Long Island sustained painful head in ­ juries, Thursday night, August 1st, as the result of falling from a moving car. She was taken to the Eastern Long Island Hospital a t Greenport and treated by Dr. William Kaplan. Her companion in the car was Benjamin Foster, Jr., of Shoreham, Long Island. Sliest injuries were sustained by Pe ­ ter Roskoski, 18, young baseball jdayer, when the car he was driving turned over at Peoonic, Saturday night. The car was completely wrecked. Southold Town ofllcer, James P. Kelly investi ­ gated the accident. Roskoski is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roakoski. The Church Social Society will spon ­ sor a weinle and hamburger roast on the fceach of Leroy G. Edwards on the 15th, from B:80 to 7:Q0 o’clock. Cafe ­ teria priced. A twilight sing wiU be enjoyed. All are invited. The Fire Company will aerve a clam chowder at their hall on the 14th, for the benefit of the racing team, from 5:30 to 7:00 o’clock. Price 35 cents. Mi-, and Mrs. Alois A. Mosback have returned from Rose Hill, N. C., where they attended the marriage of their son, Charles H. Mosback to Miss Lu ­ cille Ward. Mr. and Mosback will make their home in Queens Vil? lage. Mr. MOsback for several years has been instructs of the Oceanside School. He will begin his work this year as principal of the school. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Vaughn were Mr. and Mrs. M&rshall Mans- lieM of East Wllllston. Dr. and Mrs. A. H. Limouse enter ­ tained members of the Presbytery at luncheon last Saturday, after which a business meeting was held. Mr. and Mrs. Myron B. Brooks and children of Bellerose, have been visit ing at the home of his father. Captain C. T. Brooks. FOR SALE AUTO 8 VA I L B B O S . USKD CARS THAT MAKE FRIBNOS AU S p p fio iM MOeagea Left Intact N ll ^ i r Wfitten OwMatr PhoM Peconio 8774 1938 Chevrolet, Gray, Master Tu ­ dor 'f'oal'btg Sedan .............. $385 1938 Plymouth, Black Fordor Tour ­ ing Sedan, Heater ............ 495 1937 PackanT 130, Tan, Fordor Touring Sedan, Heater ....... 650 WB HAVE CVSTOMBB8 FOB THE POLLOWINO: Mow is the time to trade your: 1938-37 Plymouth and Chevrolet Coupe 1933-34 Plymauth and Chevrolet Coupe 1937-38 Pontiac Fordor Touring Sedan 1038 Buick Sedan FOR SALE: Roll Top Desk in good Condition, reasonable. P. O. Box 138 or Tel. Southold 3746. 8-8-2t* FOR SALE: Oreat Peoonic Bay Front. Bulkheaded Shoreline (Not inlet or harbor frontage). Will sell in plots of 50 X 160 at 190.00 a front foot. Silk- worth, Mattituck; Bailey, Southold. BENJAMIN’S Cut Rate Drus: Store 4 Main St., cor. Roanoke RIVERHEAD, N. Y. Chriatian Science “Spirit” is the subject of the Lesson- Sermon in all Churches of Christ, Sci ­ entist, on Sunday, August 11. The Golden Text is: “Teach me to do Ihy will; for thou a rt my; God: thy spirit Is good; lead me into the land of uprightness” (Psalms 143: 10). Among the citations which cominrise the Leisson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: \Now therefore fear the Lord, and serve him in sincerity and in truth and put away the gods which your fathers served on the other side of the flood, and in Egypt; and serve ye the Lord . . . And the people answered and said, God forMd that we should forsake the Lord, to serve other gods; . . . Now therefore put away, said he, the strange gods whidi are among you and incline your heart unto the Lord God of Israel. And the people said unto Joshua, The Lord our (3od will we serve, , and his toice will we obey” (Joshua 24: 14, 16, 23, 24). The Lesson-Sermon also includes the following selection from the text ­ book of Christian Science, “Science and Health with Key to the Scrip ­ tures,” by Mary Baker Eddy: “Spirit, Life, Truth, Love, combine as one, — and are the Scriptural names for God. All. substance, intelligence, wisdom, be- in^, immortality, cause, and effect be ­ long to God. These are His attributes, the eternal manisfestations of the in ­ finite divine Principle, Love. No wis ­ dom is wise but His wisdom; no truth is true, do love is lovely, no life is Life but the divine; no good is, but the good God bestows” (page 275). FOR SALE: Three Red and Green striped awnii«s for windows. Used only 3 weeks, Adjustable. P. O. Box 114, Southold. ’I ' 8-1-lt* Family nourishment is the first line of national defense, many food ex ­ perts say. No Thrill for A untit/ \This will givr Auntie a big tl(rlll” was the lad’i thought. He had just won * long distance demonstration call from the Bell Telephone Exhibit Build ­ ing at fhe New York World’s Fair, and had used it to reach his father’s sister In North Carolina. But Auntie’s an ­ swer was chilling. She insisted the call was a hoax arranged by a youth in her own vicinUy. A radio reporter, among the many present in the exhibit hall and listen ­ ing in on the conversation, talked later with the disappointed caller and then personally telephoned to the aunt from Us own office. He carefully explained who he was and what it was all about He got “exactly nowhere.\ When he hang up she was still sure it was all part of an attempted hoax which had backfired on the jokesters. FtJLLBR BRBSKEB, waxes, polishes, toothbrushes, personal bnufhes, etc famous for quality, now a t new low prices. For local service, C. L. Brown, 102 Broad Street, Greenport; Phone 674W. 8-l-2t* FOR SALE: Lawnmower in perfect condition. Also Addhig MacMne — 8 Figures. Inquhe Traveler OfBce. Spinner Washer Easy G. E. Washer A. B. C. Washer Kelvinator, Kerogas S-Bumer Stove Florence 3-Burner Stove Superfex Heating Stove Portable Radio at — M .'irti FO R D ' S Greenport — Phone 414 2t FOR SALE: Geraniums — All Colors in full supply. All kinds of bedding plants. Ralifti W. SterUng, Cutchogue, Long Island. FOR SALE: laeconic Bay Sportsmen’s Fishing Guide and Chart with tide tables and other .data valuable and im ­ portant regardhig fishing in Southold and Peconlc. Bays. Mail orders re ­ ceived. A fine souvenir of Southold: 25 cen& each. Earl P. Hagerman, Southold. FOR BALK — abore Lots. 50 z 150. Price. «350. 10% down. $10. a month mtu paid f<v. -M. F. BAILEY, South- old N. Y. To Play at Lake Lodge CXir Annual Clearance Sale i NOW GOING ON Dresses Coats Suits TERRY 8e YOUNG 134 E. MAIN ST. RIVERHEAD, N. Y. FAYETTE TERRY JO YOUNG VICTOR ZEMBRVSKI Victor Zemibruski and his “Victorian Radio and Recording Orchestra” will play at Lake Lodge on Simday eve ­ ning, August 11th. FOR NATIONAL DEFENSE Two vice presidents of the Ameri ­ can Telephone and Telegraph Com ­ pany. William H. Harrison and Frank B. Jewett, hare been appointed to im ­ portant posts in connection with the country’s program of national defense. William S. Knudsen, in charge of cor ­ relating production under the defense program, announced that Mr. Harri ­ son, vice president and chief engineer, has been made director of the con ­ struction division of the production department of the National Defense Advisory € tommission. Dr. Jewett, who is also president of the Bell Tele ­ phone Laboratories, Is serving as a member of the National Defense Re ­ search Committee. A total ot 43,000 dlfflerent designs .of telephone apparatus is made by Western Electric Company, manufac ­ turing and supply unit ot the Bell Sys ­ tem for use in the nation-wide tele ­ phone service. 18 4 9 19 4 0 G. H. G>rMrin’8 Drug Store AT CORWIN’S DRUG STORE—R. C. TAPLIN, Pharmacist For summer needs the Corwin Drug Can offer you a lot. If you have a case of sunburn We’re “Johnnie on the spot.” Maybe the heat effects your feet, Or baby needs some powder. We have everything for the nursery Come in and look them over. I Accessories for your bathroom. We keep your favorite here, Of soap and toilet waters. Our assortment has no peer. We carry all your bow-bow needs. Flea powder, soap and yeast. With all the “Glover” products That make a cheerful beast. And don’t forget sun glasses, All comforts for the beach. ' In our exclusive bathing caps, You’ll be a sunkist peach. We pack ice creain for parties “Hohoh’s” reliable brand. You’ll like our nifty soda clerks Yours to serve and command. And bring us your prescription , We only ask a trial. Efficiency with speed and care. And service with a smile. TO LET FOR RENT: Small completely furnish ­ ed cottage on the water, Unen and sUver. City gas and electricity, Mrs. C. Schmelzel, “Sunny Skies,” Mill Creek, Southold, L. I. NEW “WEEK-END COOrTAGIE,” veniences. restricted property tog Pec(»ic B^y waters, among oak trees; fhxe roads, wonderful bathhig, boating and flahlng. Keep a boat by your porch. $3300.00, easy terms. See this and others at “Laughtoig Water,” Southold, L. I., your broker or C. H. Wickham, ownor, Mattituck, L. I. 8 - 1 -utf More food value is preserved when a vegetable is baked in its skin than when it is steamed or boiled. American telephone users can now talk to folks in Bolivia, as the result ot the recent extension ot radio tele ­ phone facilities of the Bell System. From New York, for example, one’s call goes over land wires to the radio telephone station at Hialeah, Fla., thenca to Buenos Aires, Argentina, where another circuit connects with La Pas, the Bolivian capital. VOR RENT: FaUy equipped Gas Sta ­ tion with 4 room apartment. $20.00 a month. M. F. BaUey. SouthAld. N. Y. W^ T E D Mid - S u m m e r C l e a r a n c e S a l e Fine Quality Nerchandise from our 'regular stock slashed in price for immediate clearance In many cases sizes and color rangel are ineom|il«tc,bttt in all cases the values are remarkable. A Large Selfction of MEN’S SUXT3 in Gabardines, Cashmem and Worsteds.-p- Gr«ys, Browns, Blues, Tans, in up - to - the - mi n u t e styles. Values to $35.00 —^To close out $13.95 to $27.00 Also one lot of Suits —• broken s izes ........... $9.95 ^ CLOSING OUT our antire stock of sport coats. W« still have a large variety of styles and colors. Values to $15.00 $8.95 to $10.95 $1.00 Men’s and Boys’ Sleeveless Sweaters 79c ea. 2 for $1.50 Queen Make and Kay Dunhill Dresses, Cool Bemberg Sheers, Printed Voiles, Dimitys and Spun Rayons . $2.95 Dresses — $2.25 ea ................... 2 for $4.00 ir $3.95 Dresses — $2.95 eai, 2 for $5.50 $6.50 Dresses — $4.95 ea., 2 for $9.00 1 Rack of Dresses — Values to $2.95 — to close out — $1.69 ea ............... .................... 2 for $3.00 $1.95 Teen Style and Shirley Temple Dresses.............................................. $1.39 EXTRA SPECIAL ! I I Our Entire Stock of Nationally Advertised $2.00 Fancy Shirts (no plain colors) $1.65 ea., 2 for $3.25 WANTED: Man with car to solicit and deliver for tailor and dry clean ­ er. Inquire at Traveler Office. Chevrolet Financed Throui^h General Motors Finance Company- At Lowest Cost F. D. ANTON 8e SON EAST MORICHES. N<. Y. Phone Center Moriches 153 THOROUGHLY RECONOITIGNED Used Cars At a door ot one ot New York’s larg ­ est department stores is a telephone with a sign reading, “Forget anything? Just call your order.*' Wm. H. Terry & Son Stevens Building Main Street aoirraou>, n. t . In s u p a n o e Arthur F. Oagen. Mgr. Td. 3SS2 Ld ^ T LOST: On July 15th a navy blue poc ­ ket book containing operator’s lic ­ ense, compact and change of $5.00. Finder please return to Mrs. Edward Kelly, Founder’s Path, Southold, L. I. Individual Swimming Lessons given by qualified Aqiiatic Instructor at your convenience. Reasonable rates. No age limit. Write P ,.0. Box 155 or phone Southold 3584. \ Texaco Water White Kerosene At Tank Wagen Pricii E. W. BAKER CttnNPOKT. N. y. Phono « 4 Save Time — use telephone dictation for Personal Secretarial Service. Call Dorothy Lehr 9013. Hours from 8 aon. to 3 p. m. Service includes form letters, deeds, etc. Reasonable rates. BEN FRANKUN Store The store of 10,000 Articlci 5 & lOc $1 & up • Houtih^ld Fiiraiihin|i • PtttwHr* Clothiil • HardjWirt. Cruktry 0 PaiitisNtvjiltifiiBtc. OutolMiriMi V* 7* TO CLOSE OUT — one lot of Men’s Leather and Canvas Sport Shoes — broken sizes and colors —Values. to $6,00 $1.95 Men’s and Boys’ Gantner Wikktes and Swim Trunks at reduced prices 25c Men’s Fancy Sox — neat patterns, 5. pr. $1.00 Mdn’s IRONSOX—gray, brown, black, .........................................................6 pr. $1.00 $1.25 Men’s Pajamas—assorted patterns $1.00 $1.00 and $1.25 Cinderella Girls’ Dresses, All Sizes................. .................................. 88c $1.00 Men’s Sport Shirts—all styles ......... 85c 35c Allen-A Shorts and Shirts 4 for $1.00 $3.50 and $3.95 Men’s Pullover and Zipper ....... Sweaters................. .. ................. ............ $2.95 One Special lot of Work S h ir ts .................. 59c $1.00 Boy’s Peter Pan Wash S u its ........... 79c 50c Boy’s Sport S h irts ...................... 3 for $1.00 AU Other SUMMER MERCHANDISE REDUCED To Close Out Misses’ and Women’s White and Pastel Coats ... $1.95,—$2.95 and $3.95 All Wool Tweed and Pastel Suits $10.95 Values .................$ 7.95 _______$16.95 Valu e s ............. . . $10.00 WOMEN’S. Misses’ and Girls’ SUMMER HATS —^Valiies to $2.95, to close out .................................................. 88c and . $1.00 GANTNER FLOATING BRA and all other La ­ dies’. Misses’ and Children’s Bathing Suits at 20% oif the maker’s price on the suit. Entire Stock of Curtains, — ruffled, tailored and Cottage Sets — 20% off. $1.00 plain color all Silk Crepe — To Close Ou t.. ....................................................... 69c yd. PUNJAB PRINTED PERCALES — 19c yd.— —.............................................. 6 yds. $1.00 39c Everfast Materials .................. 4 yds. $1.00 Large Size CANNON TOWELS, white and colors ............................................ 4 for $1.00 $1.00 Van Raalte Gloves — white and all colors .................................................. 79c pr. One lot of Slips and Night Gowns — To Close Out ...................... ...................... . . . 69c One Lot of All Wool Pullover Sweaters — pastel shades .......................................... 69c $1.95 Baby Lamb and Shetland Cardigan Sweaters ................................................ $1.65 Te k O V LIPM A N B R O T H E R S DB P T . ffrom dr a u i i w r t . N . T .

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