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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, June 25, 1959, Image 6

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PATCHOGUE LOCALS AND SOCIALS Mrs. Norman Schwartz enter-. tained the board of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth-El at a meetine; Monday night at her home on Gillette avenue. Mrs. Milton Melt- zer , president , conducted tint meet— ine; and the annual auction and bazaar to be held July 11 was discussed. Mrs. Donald Schneider is chairman of the affair . Also present were Mcsdamcs Robert Ko.ssoy, Benjamin (imilnii , liernard Horowitz , Murray Mossack , Julius Spiro , Edwin Enoch , Arthur .Mar- shak , William Miller , Lionel Sil- verman , William Margolies . Abra- ham Mendelson , .luck I.ovine , !>on- ald Schneider , David Melt/. ei- , Arn- old Bodcn , Jack Solm , -lack Cindi. Maxwell I' apanek anfl Arnold Abriss. Patchofruc Senior Ilie; h school •graduates who received Brother- hood of St. Andrew scholarships from the Brotherhood of St. . I' aui' s Episcopal church were Hubert Flcisehmiuiii and Clifford Still. The Rev. and Mrs. Herbert K. Robinson of the I' atchoirue Meth- odist church are vacationing at their home in Sheffield , Mass . Miss Elaine De Eucia was ^uest- of-honor at a bridal shower K'vcn by her sister , Mrs. Robert I.ctl- better , at the home of her par- ents , Mr. and Mrs. Milton l)c Lu- cia on Grove avenue. The color scheme was yellow and white and carried out, in the . shower cake and decorations . The many lovely jjifts were attached to .streamers that were showered from a wa- tering can decorated in the same colors. Present were Mcsdamcs Lambert Larsen , Frank Arcuri . I' . Tczner , Anthony Do Leva , Anirclo Ferripno , Al Dtunbrowski , Chester I'ietrowski , Rosario Berry. John Janis , Harvey Lotlio , Richard Ri- chardson and Misses Shirley Arcuri , Patricia Ferri^no , Florence Perrier , Nancy Perrier , Linda Dew , Gail Hammer , Lois Gomlier , Grace Ruland , Joan Kirmisli , Gail Lar- sen. Miss D P Lucia will be mar- ried Jul y 4 to Robert K. Larsen , son of Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Larsen of Bay avenue. The BATA club of the Bay Ave- nue school held a luncheon tncet- injr Tuesday at the school. About 25 members wi-rc present . The club sent a pi ft lo* William A. Sawyers , retiring principal , who is a patient at Brookhaven Memorial hospital and also presented n ifls of summer baps to two retirine: teachers , Mrs . Anne Garcia and Miss Helen Demarre , and also to Mrs. Sawyers. Mr *. Barbara Kreisbere;, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney FieKen- bauin , has graduated from the Samaritan hosp ital in Troy and received her reg istered nurse de- gree . She received an honor award sclmlarshif) for tint school of her choice for any lime in the future. Attending - the exercises were Mr. and .Mrs. l- 'jcgenbauni and Mr. and Ill' s . Joseph Krcisberg. M rs. Grace Eorbcs is convales- cing at Iter home on Maple ave- nue after being: a patient at Brook- liaven Memorial hospital , where she underwent surgery. The following pupils of the < ' niiL ' . rcjrntioiiiil Church school were awa rded Bibles on Children ' s day, Juno II: Sherry Adams , John Chaii ilierlin , Susan Engebretsen , Allan Gambler , Irene Minardi , Pe- ter Nichols , Dawn Smith , Timothy 'i' nber , Susan Lesscy, Barbara Avery, Karen Cardc , Glenn Diener , Andrew Davis , Nancy Hammond , Jamie Moog, David Mayer and Garry Partis. (oild Star Mothers were honored at the Suffolk County American Legion auxiliary luncheon and meeting at Bronco Charlie ' s June I. '!. Present from the Patchogue unit , were Mrs. Shirley Kublin and Gold Star mothers , Mcsdames Do- rothy True.it , Hilda Hauls , Edna Biggs , Madge Sep hfon , Edythe Mulrain and Marie Gillette. .Miss Carol Usher , who is a nurse at St. Luke ' s hosp ita l in New York cit y is spending a. month' s vacation at the home of her par- ents , .M r. and Mrs. Edwin Usher of North Ocean avenue. The fa- mily spent the week at their bun- galow on Fiie Island. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kindler and ( laughter , Mrs. Patricia Orts , nUciwutd a birthday surprise party Saturday nig ht for Mrs. Kindler ' s sister , Mrs . Charles Conti. The party was held at the home of her sons-in-law and daughters , Mr. and Mrs, Lee Ambler and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Palumbo of Sa . vville. Other guests were Charles CoiiU , Sr., of Kidgewood , Mr . and Mrs. Ralph Conti of Franklin Square; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Conti id' New Mvde Park; Polly Officer !/c and ilra. Jerry Fowler of Washington , D. C; and Ridgownod ; Mrs. JoAnn Flink of Ridgowood; Dr. and Mrs. Leon Kaunas of Garden City; Mr. and Mrs. William Guido of Umondale and .Mr. »ind M rs. Richard Kotsay of Lake Runkonkoma. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Schultz and (laug hter , Donna , of Cedar avenue attended a dress rehearsal of \The Kong of Norway \ at. .tones Bench Marine Theatre , Tuesday night. Mrs . Frances \V. Kelloy, sister of Mrs . William A. Sawyers of Bay avenue, is spending part of the summer with her sister at her homo . Miss Kollcy is a first grade teacher at. the Boys ' acade- my in Albany. She will attend the Kollcy-Spiinger famil y reunion in Akron , <) ., July Hi. Mr. and Mrs . Frank Slavic of 7 Grenville avenue celebrated their fortieth wedding anniversary Sat- urday at, a dinner party at the ¦Pine Grove Inn , East Patchogue Guests were Mr. and Mrs . Wil- liam Hirschbock of Bavside; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Slavik and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dempsey of Islip; Mr. and Mrs. Josep h Quinn and Mr. and Mrs . Cy Groomo of Free- port; Mrs. James Winans of Wan- tagh; Mrs. Peter llerba of Brook- lyn; Mrs. Eva Cassidy of Rego Park; Mr . and Mrs. Harry Ferrier of Heli port; Rawson Wright and Mr. and .Mrs. James Winans and daughter , Jean , of Patchogue. Mrs. ilerba was maid-of-honor at the wedding;, which took place June Hi in St. Mary ' s church in East Islip. Thomas Klang, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vic Klang of Oakleigh street is a patient at Brookhaven Mem- orial hospital after breaking his leg Monday. Tommy will be at the hospital for* three or four days. George Buhl of Rocky Point was a dinner guest on Father ' s day at the home of his son and daughter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buhl of Everett street. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cooney of Herbert circle are the parents of a daughter , Mary Lou , born June 17 at Brookhaven Memorial hos- pital. She weighed 8 pounds , 2 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Cooney have two other daughters , Susan who is five years old and Beth Ann , who is one. Mrs. Cooney and her infant daughter returned to their home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Josep h LaVeglia and daughter , Sally Ann , of Har- ris street motored to Brooklyn Sunday, where they visited Mr. LaVeglia ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph LaVeglia , Sr. Mr. and Mrs . Fred Doscher held a graduation party at their home on Harris street Saturday in hon- or of their son , Danny ' s gradua- tion from St. Francis de Sales Parochial school. Guests were Tho- mas Klang, Frank Mazzio , Johnny Kienzle , Gary Malta , ' .John Pedro- so , Michael Buhl , Michael Ferer , Pauline Buhl , Sall y Ann LaVeglia , Kath y Doxtader , Patricia McBride , Fiancine Holz , Mary Ann and Teresa Pedroso , all of Patchogue , and Bill y Meyer of Medford. The rumpus room was gail y decorated with p ink and blue streamers and balloons. A buffet supper was serv- ed. Guests in the. evening were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buhl ; Mr. and Mrs. Vie Klang; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph LaVoglia and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cristman. Mr. and Mrs. George (Curt) Davison of Dallas , Tex., formerly of Patchogue , announce the birth of a daughter , Sharon Tanire , born June. 1. The Davisons have two sons , Scott and Darren , and an- other daughter, Darlcne. Mrs. Da- vison is the former Miss Gerry Bishop. Mr. Davison is the art director at a leading advertising agency in the southwest , locate d in Dallas. Michael Frederick Severns , in- fant, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Severns of Washington avenue , was christened June 1-1 in Eman- uel Lutheran church by the Rev. William P. Hinlieky. The godpar- ents are Mr. ami Mrs . Alfred Johnson of Commack , uncle and aunt of the baby. A party fol- lowed at the Severns ' home. Those present were Miss Edith Renner , Mr. and Mrs. Jake Briscoe , Mr. and Mrs. Rex Sleeves and son , Craig, Mr . and Mrs. Herbert Smith , Mrs. Alfred Wasserman , all of Patchogue; .Mr. and Mm. Charles T. Koop, Robert Cullen , Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nesbitt and son , Paul , Miss Rose Hulse , of East Patchogue; Mrs. Mazie Ilol- den and Miss Dorothy Holden of Farminjrvillc; Mr. and Mrs. John Szkiany and daughter , Dehby, of Port Jefferson Station ; Mr . and Mrs . Clifford Edwards and daugh- ters , Irene and Joan , of Sag Har- bor; Mrs. Mabel Smith , the baby ' s great-grandmother, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Craner and daugh- ter , Sally, of East Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. John Wyckoff and son , Brian , and daughter , Carole , of Huntington Station; Miss Viola Johnson , Alan Johnson , Bernt Grenstad , the great-grandfather and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grenstad of Commack. Mrs. Nicholas Arcuri and son , Nicky, of Miami. Fla., arrived last week to spend the summer with her parents , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cardamone of Waverly avenue. Their daughter , Janet , has just graduated from the Miami Hig h school. Mrs. A. Noble Chapman of Car- man street entertained several friends recently in honor of Mrs. Mabel Nickel of Brooklyn. Mrs. Charles Heidorn of Clark , N. J., is spending some time with Mrs . Martha Waltman of Rosalie place. The Heidorn famil y are former residents of Patchogue. Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Brop hy spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Waite and sons , Maynard , II , and Frtancis , in Oneonta. Mr. and Mrs. James Mazzarelli of 50 Central avenue celebrated their twent y-fifth wedding- an- niversary June 17 with a family gathering- in their honor. They re- ceived many lovel y silver gifts. Present were their son and daugh- ter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Sal Maz- zarelli , and son , Gary, Tony Gara- fola , brother of Mrs. Mazzarelli and their younfrer son , Jimmie. Miss Joanne Felice , daughter of Mr . and Mrs. Dominick L. Felice of 23 Second street , celebrated her sixteenth birthday Friday. A small family gathering; was held that evening in her honor. On July 15 a barbecue is p lanned in hei honor to be held at the home of her brother and sister-in-law , Mr and Mrs. Louis F. Felice of Lake- land street. A surprise bridal shower was held at Bronco Charlie ' s last week in honor of Miss Lorice Stauding- er. The room was artistically dec- orated in p ink and white. Co- hostesses for the evening were Mrs . Peter Belmonte , Miss Vivian Manilla and Miss Jane Marshall Present were Mesdames Eloise Staudinger , Jose p h Belmonte Ral ph Lancse , S a m Manilla , Edith Van Wagner , Milton Cue Donald Shepherd , Donald Mikkcl- son , Louis Beveridge, Ivy Barker Edward Foster , Vernon Oilman , Richard Cardamone , Dorothy Mar- shall , James Collichio . all of Pat- chogue; Mesdames Melvin Jack- sou , Alfred Staudinger , Katbryn Staudinger of Sag Harbor; Miss Enimn , Bfiffett of Northport; Mrs. Joseph , .Croce of Bellport; Mrs . Walter Rotermund of Medford ; Miss Barbara Wrublewski of Blue Point; Mrs. Otis Burt of Green- port ; Misses Mary Hammond Marilyn Hanson , Gloria Hanson , Jane Rebmann , Dolores Marcinow- ski , Josephine Jones , of Patchogue. The bride-to-be received many lovely gifts. Miss Staudinger is the daughter of Mrs. Eloise Staud- inger 150 Jayne avenue , Patch- ogue , and will be married Sunday to Frank Fiala at St. Paul' s Methodist church in North port. Mrs. Eloise Staudinger and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Belmonte have moved to their new home on 150 Jayne avenue from 34 Northridgi street. Michael Felice, who has com- pleted his freshman year at St. Bonaventure ' s university in Cle- an , is spending his vacation with his parents , Mr. and Mrs . Michael Felice of Waverl y avenue. Mr. and Mrs . W . Hedges Ed- wards will celebrate their fiftieth wedding anniversary with an open house frnm 3 to \ > p. m. Sunday at their home at SI Park avenue , Blue Point. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sny der have returned to their home on North Ocean avenue after spend- ing two weeks with their son-in- law and daughter . Dr. and Mrs. Truott Frazier of Orlando , Fla. Mrs. Frazier is the former Miss Beverly Snyder. Returning with them was their granddaughter . Terry Frazier , who will spend a month here. Lieutenant (j. g.) H. Ronald Bush is spending his leave with his parents , Dr. and Mrs. Jacob Bush of Jennings avenue. He will return to San Diego Naval base Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Sirianni of South Ocean avenue have returned to their home after attending the graduation of their granddaugh- ter , Phyllis Di Stasi , from the Delehanly Hi gh school. The com- mencement exercises were held in the New York city town hall Fri- day, and Miss De Stasi was the salutatorian. She also was second in her class to win an award for general excellence and also re- ceived an award for chemistry and physics . Miss Di Stasi will enter St . Vincent' s college in New York city in the fall. A party was held Saturday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Liehowitz on Gillette ave- nue , in honor of the engagement of their son , Robert Liebowitz , and his fiancee , Miss Rosalie Stack- man. About (it) guests were pres- ent. The announcement of the engagement of Miss Stackmau , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stackman , and Robert Liebowitz took place recentl y at the Sands Point Beach club in Lido Beach. Mrs. Andrew Sp isak has re- turned to her home on Woodburn street after being a patient in Brookhaven Laboratory hosp ital. The Suffolk County American Legion Glee club held its annual dinner at Felice ' s Restaurant June 12. Those attending from the Pat- chogue unit were Mrs . Dorothy Truet and Mrs. Edna Bi ggs. Marv-F.llen Gassert , daughter of Mr. ' and Mrs. Robert Gassert of Richmond avenue celebrated her fifth birthday Saturday. Joseph ( Butch) F. 'ilco . son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph I- ' alco of Harris street celebrated his ninth birthday last week with a pany al his home. All the decorations were in the birthday theme, Guc. -ts were : Johnny Rustmann , John Moloney, Donald Forbes Bobby Albrariis , Bobby Sbcperd, Anthony Messian. Minor Watts. Rudy Colston , Louis Napoli , Janet lludak and Laurie and Johnny ' . 'icrotti. Cub Pack 10 of Medford will hold a famil y picnic at ( amp lii- anehi Sunday. All Cub' s and mem- bers of their families are invited to attend. Harold Overton of 3;; Harris street celebrated his bir thday June 17 with his family. Mr. and Mrs. George Scheel ' e of 221 Jayne avenue held a bar- becue at their home on Father ' s day in honor of Mr. Srheefe ' s birthday . which was June IK . Present were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowie and sons . Dale and Scott , Mr. and Mrs. Philip Pape and sons , Phili p, Jr., and Kenneth , Miss Connie Schecfe and George Scheefe. Victor Efimitz . son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo V. Efimitz of Harris street, celebrated his third birth- day June 18. Mr. and Mrs. Hohland Reich and children , Terri, Randi , Franfc- ie and Tommy, formerly of Wash- ington avenue, moved to their home in Tucson , Ariz. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs . Josep h Hauser of Everett, street held a barbecue at their home Sunday. Guests were: Mr. and .M rs. Steven Crotty and daughter , .Mary, of -Elmhurst; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Basler and cliil- ilPen , Palricia and George , id * Brooklyn; and Mr. iind M rs. Rob- ert Rustmann and children . Bob- by. Billy and Giiiny of Patchogue Another Round Lost By Mason In Commiss. Bid County Democratic L e a d e r Adrian Mason lost another round last Thursday in his fight to get the $10 , 000 a year position as Democratic commissioner of the Board of Elections. And Monday, Mason , through his attorney, asked the Supreme court to compel the Board of Su- pervisors to appoint him as elec- tions commissioner , or in the al- ternative, have the issue tried in court. Justice D. Ormonde Ritchie reserved decision. Last Thursday, acting Supreme Court Judge .1. Irwin Shapiro, ille former state investigations com- missioner , denied a motion made by Smithtowu Democratic Leader William A hern , that would have kepi the present Democratic Elec- tions Commissioner Arthur M. Wtdss from getting paid . Weiss , Riverhead Town Democratic lead- er , and an arch foe of Mason , was appointed by the supervisors Feb- ruary Hi , al ' ter they rejected Mason ' s nomination of himself for the job for the fourth consecu- tive lime. On .May 2 , Shap iro bad grant- ed a temporary injunction halt- ing Weiss ' pay. Weiss , who has never been paid since his appoint- ment is scheduled to receive . <¦ ' ,- :i:i: * .. ''(i today, less deductions. .Monday. Mason charged the Board of Supervisors acted against him because of his acts oi political opposition against Coun- ty Republicans. Mason contended tile loot Democrat on the board. River- head Supervisor Will iam .1. Leon- ard , acted against him because he and Weiss have continually op- posed him. ( ' ¦•unly Attorney I'iersoii llil- dreth , in his briefs , chart; , -d Mason had forfe ited and relin- i|llishei| all his rights to nominatt or recommend ;i person f- .r i ' m commissioner ' s spot , bcca.i. -e ot his continued refusal to name an- other candidate after he was tin ned down. YOUR SAVI NGS EARN MORE! MBBHH IIST OF MimilKtU SO HIGHEST MT£ M mmMa no - * CENCY INSURED ¦j V SAVINGS ASSNS. H M « M M i Wnlailo.dtUlli-lnlt.ll ' HTB '°Wm INVESTOffSEHVICE *\\\ ¦ m *\¦ II W 47n.i SI . New Yoik *******L *** IA 4 7(.6' a IB11 i.ivitu BHHMHT FtK iillt ' , - commeiclilly \KK\ YOUR SAV I NGS EARN MORE! »iso ! usinr M INSURED* H so HIGHEST - RATE mm rnafll FED . ACENCY INSURED H ^^ j B SAVINGS ASSNS. ****L M 0 *\\* MillidloidtUIII -Intoll' IH^Ti ^ ''' H iNvcsTORsrnvicc I *\\\ ¦ *\\* *\¦ 11 W. 47nd St.. Hew Ynik I **** M9 1A 4 7665 •» QUI - .min i | ¦HHLiBbVHB nee cm* .i \KK\ FOR NEW SCHOOL — Cub „S5 Perkins and Paul Benedict , with check , look quite pleased as they give check for SI00 to the Rev. F. Leo Cunningham, pastor of St. Francis de Sales K. C. churcl j , Patchogue. Check represents proceeds of minstrel show and paper drive which Cuh.s recentlv staged . Money is to be contributed to St. Francis de Sales school building fund. Minstrel show was grand success with singing, dancing and jokes in old- fashioned style. al Swezey & Newins | Patchogue | ? ,»v* »v» V * , *4\ »** VM .»» » «*** »*%*** VV » Crowd- . . . • crowds . . . crowds . . . excitement • - • cigars . . . spi eials . . . retirement . . . col- lego bound • 'mil il1' ' ' 1 ' NVO go • • • WEEKEND— Wow , you real- l y Minn cil us under this past u ' rekeiid with your enthusiastic response to the many Dad' s day specials that we presented . Eri- (lav night and Saturday looked like ( liristinas and we thank you for y our many kind com- ments about our values . They were (lie result of a lol of hard work. SI'EAEIN' C of last Sunday we- al Sii X are p leased that so ninny Dads throughout Suffolk were a 'do to enjoy those \Pops Are Tops in l' at ' chogue *\ ci gars g iven out by Patc ' ioguo' stores. It ' s ju- o . a small part of the e 'l' orts of Suffolk' s lar- gest shopp ing center, Patchogue , whore the gteat number of stores gives you wide seb ction and the friendly competition keeps the prices down for btst values . SELECTION—Have you tak- en a quick look at the S<S X front window in the past few days? Our terrillic display man has come up wit h a vivid ex- ample of the wide selection of dinncrware you 'll Iind in Aim Carlson ' s basement dept. Inci- dentall y those . \ill-piece English dinncrware sets at just SlP. 'lj are sensational in appearance and in value. SOUTHWEST It is with a groat deal of p leasure (because we believe ii: hi s future ) that we announce that Bob (Men ' s Dept.) Byars litis been accepfed as a stud, .ot at the 1' niversit y of Ari- zona in Tucson. Bob is the p leas- ant young fellow who has been in our men ' s dept. for several yea s . . .\Ithough we will miss him greatly, everyone wishes him the hot of luck and success in the future. ACT EAST—Want an inside til ) ' . ' Mere are (bice terrillic buys that uiii be snapped up »n a first come , first scre ed basis. All of (hem are from Sarah Crassbcrgcr ' s busy materials and notions depts . No . 1 is the part linen toweling priced at I yds . for SI (reg. ;i!lc yd.). No . 2 are the skirt or pants hangers for -file, the dress bang- ers al 10c and the trouser creasers tit 2 for $1.70 , and last item tire the nrnel tind cotton bteiid. dacron and cotton blend or polished co 'ton prints that have been slashed from 7!tc and lisc to a low .1!>c yd. Act fast. - '' :,: * EASY DOES IT -For the past many years in our main floor sptirtswear depl. SiV N has had • •in' of the tines! lathes whom wo know. In addit ion to excellent' , ta. -te and fashion Ti g htness . N' cil Tnl ' o litis been a vrv p leasant co-worker here at the stole. Xell has ttnw decided thai she is going- lo take life a bit i asier starting the first, of July. We all wish Xell tb. very best of good health and happiness for she is a wonderful person. We are onl y saying '' so long . \ as she will always be a part of our Sit X famil y and will sei ve as a consultant in the fu- ture. REPLACEMENT — If you hae<. been wondering who (he peppy, attractive young lady in our sportswear d<pl. i- . may we Itf the first to introduce to you , Sandra Provanzano . Sandra «ill be assuming I he buyer role as of flic first of July. She comes (o SX. -N «i!li an excellent back- ground in the retail field and for (he past several months has been undergoing a very thor- outili training both at S&X and willi our New York City buy- ing office in Ille sportswear mar- ket . We are certain tha t you will like Sandra as much as we here at the store do for she is an alert , interest ed young lady who is extremel y friendl y and (its well info our Swezey and Newins group. Welcome to our buying slaff , Sandra. AMAZINC Our aleit mul orials department has just com,. u| , w iih a territie new mall-rial called \B' lfa s t . \ Hei \ i. , ;i material lb.it aci uall v iron- in the >\,oli . This bu i lt-in .pi aliiy i-; •, part of the fabric it-elf ami oin ' t ua-h out. You can see it today a . - tee j u-t i' 1 coiled . -hipnient of our lirsl g. ol l l l. TIDH ' CIITS \\ DILI-: STIiOL- I. IN ' C — Mondae was gradu a- tion n icht for three of our new Si ' v-N girls , Eloreiice . Phy llis and Jo Anne : till w ere celebrat- ing Mon dae iliglil . . . best » islies girls . . , some real liol 1 allies in ( ,I riles Brou n ' s ilo- nie slics (| ; .p |. in t|),. | IK I j, ., prints , file fringed throws and t he beach towels . . . all real Pino- J> • loo . . . SiX- .N Slo-lvillers idle llii , week as the second ball is aboul to |>e( under way. • \ell that ' s it for now ex- cel)! for our . . . TIIOECHT I' ol: THE WEEK I' ' nkes two poop,,, t :ik,. , - ,n argument ; if i!,e argumom con- tinues , t he one with the most sons, . - is the ,,,,,, ,, t(J hlaine. '\ ; . - ¦!< See you in the store during the week. THE r'LOOI'W ALKER Swe . • v iV Newins Patchogue **** « »*vv** .*'v« .. « ' »* v**i***»*v***»<v. \ - The - j \ Floorwalker \ Dr. John R. Shannon of i ' . \ > .Map le avenue , Palehogue . is leav- ing general pra ctice al the end oi this month to re- 'imie specially training in surgery at Brooklyn Methodist hospital, lie has been in general practice since P. io. \ i . His practice wi ll be continued be Dr. William P. Kell y woo ha been a shi p ' s doctor on the S. S. America for th e past throe years Dr. Shannon to Take Special Surgery Training piiiii^^ iiliiis^^ i^fc-; ' ; : ' : . * - ^ 'V , \ ¦ ' ¦ • ' i, - ' , ' - ' • ' ' ' ' ' \ ¦ \ • \^ y > .y ' £; ' j f l|| 5 |> ¥ €€^%W0 ¦ |P I' tg i Leads the way to l.unir Ulond' n m«ii< l lii'iiunlul il.ni.iu.-l r TO ¦ ' •; K |fe ^j - '; 1 ^!'^ F&3& Restaurant r £l jj ' v/i* Anniversaries /(F>»j* » j« ' , , ' .! V : ' :1; ftfe Organisation & . /// J§ Jj\ C ork-tail . * .* . v 'ti r- Club Dinners If I U] OiX j Lounge ' .f. ' ftA Industrial lliff V \^^. Cracinus ,; '/; ;.\:; Parties l/af\ 1 * •» ' \^W Country Dining . [Jt \ h' ij All Social '/* / ' rS ^ \K T . 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