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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, July 09, 1959, Image 16

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BELLPO RT N EWS ITEMS Manraret Warner , Tel. RKIIport 7-065? ¦ Dr. and Mrs. Ilartland Snyder and daughter , Marcia , of South Howell' s Point road returned re- cently from a six-week trip through N e w Mexico , Arizona , California , and Utah. Ilartland Snyder , Jr., is attending .summer school at Peddie Preparatory School , Hightstown , N. J., during the months of July and August. On Saturday night , Mr. a n d Mrs. Maynard Uowinan of George court , Mr. and Mrs. Robert .Ma- j honey of Bieselin road, and Mr. and M rs. John Goriuon of Patch - j ogue celebrated togother the fift h I wedding anniversary of both the i Bowman* and the Alahoncys. They also celebrated Mrs. Gormon ' s birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Rowland F. Smith of Station road had as guests on the Fourth of July the Rev. and Mrs . VV. Robert Hampshire and children , Christopher and Clare , and Mrs . Hazel Parhilo and son , Bill y, of Farmingdale , Mr. and Mrs . Elmer Hultin and sons , Robert and Richard , and Paul r icier of Ozone Park. 1 lie Rev. Mr. Hampshire was a former rec- tor of Christ Church , Hell port. A surprise baby shower was given for Airs. Maynard Bowman of George court at the home of Mr. and Mis. Richard Brown of George court last Thursday night. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Brown. Mrs. Frank Long, and Mrs. ,Iack Suliivan. Coup les alti-ndiiig the shower were Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Feenev , Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mar- rone , \ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ma- honey, Mr. and Mrs . .fames Vaughan , Mr. and Mrs . Robert Norton , Mr. and Mrs. Brown , Mr. and Mrs. Long , and Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan. Burnham Lewis , Jr., and his five children of Briarcliff spent the weekend with his parents , Mr. and Mrs. Burnham Lewis of South Country road. Other weekend guests were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Duhel and daughter , KH y, of Plainview. A cooperative cook-out was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs . Andre w Olson of Station road on the Fourth of Julv. Mr. and Mrs . Gene Galantiuo of Miller p lace and Miss Connie Con roe of Albany were dinner guests of Mr . and . 'Irs . Charles Could on the Fourth of July. Janet, Capicotta , daug hter of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Capicotta of Bieselin road , celebrated her fiteenlh birthday last Wednesday with a barbecue and lawn party given by her parents. About 20 guests were present. Guests were Tommy and Jimmy Carroll , Gary DeSanfis , Don Coon , Peter Irving, Hob Buseh , Wally Hone , Georgia Neil , Anne DcPillipi , Eleanor Voetch , Alfiryaime Cicero , Kathy Malony, Betsy Schmidt , Susan Beyer , Barbara Becker , Linda Fo- din, Joan Kalaiuelz , Wanda Kwithkowcki , all of Bell port and Brookhaven . Out-of-town guests also attended. About 75 guests were present nt a surprise lawn part y in cele- bration of the twent y-fifth wed- ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Josep h Cniuiava of Ens! North- jinrt on the Fourth of Jul y. The pally was g iven by .Mrs. Canna- va ' . s brother-in-law and sister , Mr. and .M rs . Vincent Capicotla of Bieselin road. Mr. Cnpieolta acted as mnster-ol ' -cereiiioiiies in n \This is Your Life \ skit , and at. its conclusion Mr. and Mrs . Cnn- nava were present ed with p lane tickets to Florida and reservat ions at the Sherry Folilennc Hotel in Miami. The coup le was also pres- ented with gift, cerlificali's . -md ;j tree hung with silver dollars. Guests came from all over Long Island , and there was also a rel- ative , Dr . Robert Saveiese of Mil- an , Italy, Boli Vanllorn , son of Mr. and Mrs. Emery Van Horn of Hell Hi reel , left Sunday for a 12-day camp ing trip at Camp Bailing Hollow . Miss Peggy Richard son, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rich- ardson , Sr., of North Howell ' s Point, road and Miss Pat Turner of Maple avenue spent the Fourth of July holidays visiting Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mosley of Philadel- phia. Pa. On Wednesday, they appeared on the television show , \Dick ('lark' s American Band- stand. \ Miss Birdie Richardson of\ North Howell' s Point road visited over the holidays at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Konzoiii of Wan- I. - IL ' . I I . formerly of Heli port . Visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Klein of Country Club road for two weeks are Mr. Klein ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs . Michael Klein of St. Paul , Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Georges Des- chanips and their three children are staying in the llagamen house on South Country road for the summer months . Mr. Deschamps is a professor at the University of Illinois , Urhana , 111. Miss Patricia McGann of Forest Hills was a weekend guest, of Mr. and Mrs. John 'fully of North Howell' s point road. Laurel Sue , daughter of the Rev . and M rs. Frederick 1. Smith of Map le street , celebrated her fifth birt hday with an afternoon parly Sunday. Those present were Kherrie and Bruce Bell , Jennie and Jody Carpenter , and Rita Harder. The Pinochle Card club had a barbecue supper at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert VVayte of North Brewster lane Sunday nig ht. They p layed cards later in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. Edgar Aub , ¦ir., and their two children re- turned to their home in Cincinnati , <>., Tuesday after a 10-day visit with Mr. Aub' s brother-in-law and sister , Dr. and Mrs. Donald Borg of South Country road. Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Perry and son , James , Ridgewood , were weekend guests of Mrs. Rose Lau- rino of North Howell' s Point road. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wcisz of Bieselin road were Joe Bush of New York city and For); Lauderdale , Fla., Mr. and Mrs. Peter Stoessler of New York city, and Mr. and Mrs. John Kuli 'ler of Jackson Heights. Other recent guests of the Weiszes were Mr. and Mrs. Anton Felter of Forest Hills , who recentl y ar- rived from Innsbruck , Austria. Mrs. Edward der Mateosian and children , Maro and Lisa , of Acad- emy lane returned home Thursday night , after spending three weeks visiting Mrs . der Mateosian ' s par- ents , Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Sallec of Milledgeville . Gil. Weekend houseguesls of Mr. and Mrs. John W. Faison , Jr., of Brown ' s lane , were Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Pelschek of Brookl yn Heights. Summer Stock Theme And Play Listing Disp layed at Library A list of current summer stock entertainment is now being main- tained on the Patchogue library billboards , accompanied by a sum- mer theatre , exhibit. The lobb y display case has been transformed into a marion ette I beat re , marionettes courtesy of Mrs. Sylvia Kurshuer . Billboard li. 'lings cover Heli port' s Gateway play house . East Hamp ton ' s John Drew theatre . Garden City ' s Adelphi Little theatre , North- port ' s Red Barn theatre , Smilh- I turn ' s Marymede p lay house , and West bury ' s Music fair. .Also accessible are cop ies of all published p lays being shown locally, shelved ill the Too-Good- to Miss section and available on seven-day loan. The World of the Theatre is the Ibenie of the library ' s bulletin board panorama. Masks of Com- edy and Tragedy call attention to book jackets for Eugene O'Neill ' .s \Long Day ' s Journey into Night , \ William Inge ' s \I' ome Back , Lit- tle Sbeba , \ and other works . Play collections . Mich as \Cavalcade of Coniodv \ and Harlowe IL llovt' s historical \Town Hall Tonight , \ plus \Great Stories about Show Business , \ edited b y Jerry D. Lewis are includ ed . Bring in your engagement an- nounced for publication in the Society Section , and at the same time ask to see our new styles of wedding invitations or announce- ments , moderatelv priced, quick delivery. The Patchogue Advance. Brookhaven - South Haven Mary M. Allmrgtr. IlKlIport 7-0979R Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Sher of Moll lane and children , Victor 5 years , and Erica , 2 years , arrived \ hack in the United State s July 1 aboard the Liberie. They had spent a year living in Paris while Mr. Sher was at the French gov- ernment installation at Sacley. They spent the holiday visiting Mr. Sher ' s parents , Mr. anil Mrs. Zelig Sher of New York city. Mr. and Mrs. Ybes Gira rd and sons , Xavier and Anthony, who formerly resided in the Sher house on Mott lane and are now living on Stillvvood road , had as a holi- day guest Miss Jacqueline Le- Moyne of Paris , who is spending (i months studying the advertising business in New York city. For your Insurance Needs Call Pat Raimond , YAphank 4-3849. —Adv. Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Russell were their son- in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. William Osterhoup and children , Carol and William , of Clinton. Also with his grandparents was Russell Allen of Wilton , Conn. Miss Carol Osterhoup, who grad- uated from Clinton High school , is the New York state winner of the recent \My True Security \ essay and national speech contest sponsored b y the Clinton Junior Chamber of Commerce for high school graduates and the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Company. As a state winner , Carol will en- joy an all-expense trip to Wash- ington , D. C , where the national winner will be announced. Lee Gemmell of South Country road returns tomorrow from a week' s business trip to Idaho Fall , Idaho , and Salt Lake City, Utah. He spent the holiday with his mother , Mrs. George Geniniell of Manhattan , Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ferrer left by plane for Loudonville Jul y .1 to pick up their 5 year old niece, Carol Teale , who is now visiting them. • Holiday guests of Mrs. Emma 11. Reid of South Country road were Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Gardner of Brooklyn Heig hts. At the annual meeting of the Fireplace literary club held at tin: Brookhaven free library July I , the following slate of officers was approved: Mrs . Lewis R. BurehiU , president; Mrs. Anthony Majesti c , first vice president; Mrs. Thomas Webster , second vice pres- ident; Miss Ethel Crowell , record- ing secretary; Mrs. Albert Hotcli- kin , treasurer and Mi ss Elsie Tietz , corresponding secretary. Board members are : .Mesdames Wilbur Petty, Frederick Hart , Ar- thur Kaufman!! , Harrison Weber , Charles Axtmann , Milford J. Kirk- up and Bryon Atliutiasum. It was derided to ' continue the meeting time of the club as 2:30 p. m. Hostesses were Mrs. Oliver Read- ing, chairman, and Mesdames Kenneth Rose , Elmer Forschler and Bryon Athanasiou. Miss Judy Still , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James S. Still of Scelev street , who recently grad- uated from Bell port High school , has been accepted by East Caro- lina college of Greenville , N. C , where she intends to study Ele- mentary education. An information Parent-Teacher association meeting will be held in the old auditorium of Brook- haven Elementary school at 8 p. m. today. Emery Van Horn , chair- man, as well as other school board members will be present to an- swer questions and discuss the purchase of 30 acres of land for a new Senior high school at a cost of $80 , 000. A preliminary meeting was called by Mrs . Wil- liam Honyun , PTA president , Mon- day night at school and attended by about 12 persons. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss questions and dispel rumors . A telephone committee was organ- ized to notify Brookhaveiiit.es of tonight ' s meeting, registration Jul y 20 and the re-vote on the land issue Jul y 27. The Brookhaven firemen and Ambulance company members will be canvassing Sunday for member- shi p fees and donations to the ambulance company, which is sup- ported by the community and not through taxes. There is still time to put the membership coin card in t iie mail. News of the Churches BELLPORT METHODIST CHURCH South Country road , Bell port Rev. Frederick I. Smith Pastor SUNDAY 10 a. in. -- Church service. Sun- day school for the Nursery and Kindergarten departments. 7:30 p. m. — Senior Youth fel- lowshi p. WEDNESDAY 7 p. m. — Choir practice. 8:15 p. ni. — Mid-Week Bible class. ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Brookhaven Rev. Richard W. Gray, Vicar TODAY 4-7 p. m. — Blood Bank at firehouse. FRIDAY 9 a. in. — Children ' s Confirma- tion preparation. SUNDAY Seventh Sunday after Trinity 7:311 a. m. — Hol y communion. 10:30 a. m. — Morning Prayer and Sermon. TUESDAY X p. m. — Meeting of Women ' s guild. WEDNESDAY 0 a. ni. Children ' s Confirma- tion preparation. K p. m. -- Adult Confirmation preparation. THURSDAY S p. m. — Meeting of the Ex- ecutive committee. BROOKHAVEN-SOUTn HAVEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , brookhaven Rev. Charles A. Kellogg Pastor FRIDAY 8 p. in. — Meeting of Session , Fellowship hall. SUNDAY 1 I a. m. — Morning Worship service. Sermon topic , \Christ is for All Peop le. \ MONDAY 9:30 a. m. — Vacation church school registration and class work at Fellowshi p hall. Week days through July 24. THURSDAY 4 p. in. — Meeting of Presb ytery at the Lyman ileecher house , East Hampton. MARY IMMACULATE R. C. CHURCH Brown ' s Lane . Bellport Rev. George A. Ruhly, Pastor SATURDAY 4-5:30 p. m. and 7:30-9 p. ni. —Confessions. SUNDAY 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 and 11 a , m. and 12:15 p. m. — Masses. 2 p. m. — Baptism. Mondays through Saturdays 1 and 8 a. m.—Masses. Our Lady of Fatima devotions after 8 a. m. mast* Saturday. CHRIST CHURCH Heliport , N. Y. 1'lw Rev. Alan C. Merrill , Rector The Rev. Paul Kintzin g, Jr., Supply for the month of Julv TODAY 9:3(1 a. in. -— Holv communion. SUNDAV Seventh Sunday after Trinity 8 a. m. — Hol y communion. 10 a. in. — Morning prayer and sermon. Play Program Going For District 11 Pup ils CENTEREACH -- The Middle Country School district ' s fifth an- nual summer recreation program officially began Monday to run through August 14 with four cen- ters in operation. These are the Unity Drive , Holbrook , Wood road , and Bicycle Path schools. The program is divided into a morning and afternoon session, with the morning session running from 9 a. in. to noon for children up to fourth grade and the after- noon session from 1 to 4 p. in. for fift h to twelfth grade chil- dren. Activities include athletics , arts and crafts , quiet games , dancing and movies , and regularly p lanned outings to Ceilar Beach for swim- ming. . For any additional information contact John Pavacic, district di- rector of health , physical educa- tion and recreation , at ROiikuiikn- nui 9-2131. The first air crossing ol tin Atlantic ocean was made in 1919 b y a Navy plane. Centereach & Lake Grove Mrs. Kth*l Smith. ROnk. 9-8752 Dwight Martii: . son of Mr. and Mrs . George Martin of Elliott I'venue celebrated his eleventh bii ihday will a be.ated celebration Saturday. Dwighfs birthday was June 29. Gu-s ' .. -, at an outdj ' oi barbecue supper party were his grandparents , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Matrin of St. James and grand- parents , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cinch , George Behling, Mr and Mrs. Paul Steidel and daugh - ters , Paula and Christabell , Mr. and Mrs. Charles G. Ulrich and sons Charles , Richard and David , and Dwight ' s brother , George. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Oles of Smith street entertained at ar outdoor picnic supper party at their home Saturday. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Williams and sons , Skippy and George and Mrs. Elsie Oles of Patchogue , Mrs . Laura Oles and Mr. and Mrs Robert Weden of Rutherford , N. J.; Mrs . Louise Wormser and Mr and Mrs . Thomas Komore k and daughter, Shirley, of Plainfield N. J., and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Oles and son , Jeff , of St. James An unfortunate accident happened' during the party when Diane Oles daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray- mond Oles , was playing volley ball and fell injuring her arm. She was taken to Mather Memorial hospital where Xrays revealed a fracture. After treatment she re- turned home. CHURCH NEWS The First Congregational Church of New Village holds Sun- day school at 9:45 a.m., worship at 11 a.m., Youth Fellowship at 0:15 p. m., and Gospel service at 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Prayer and Bible study hour is at 8 p.m. Wed- nesday. The quarterly church business meeting will be held to- night at the Sunday school build- ing. The Women ' s Missionary Society will not meet during tht months of July and August. The Dail y Vacation Bible school start- ed Monday with the Rev. Kenneth Olson in charge. Sunday will be Building fund Sunday. T h e Centereach Community church holds Sunday school at 10 a.m.. worship at 11:15 a. m and Westminster Fellowship at 3 Ii . m. Sunday. Instructions on church membership and Christian discip leship will lie given by thc Rev. Norman Minard at 7:30 p.m. July 11 in the Centereach church and at 7:30 p. m. July 15 , 22 and 29 in the Selden church. The Centereach M c n n o n i t e church holds worship at 10 a.m. Sunday school at 10:45 a.m. and Gospel service at 7:45 p.m. Sun- day. Bible study hour is at 7:45 p.m. Wednesday with a specia ' class for young people. Daily Vacation Bible school will start at 9 a.m. Jul y 20 and end July 31 with a closing exercise. EASTWOOD VILLAGE AND DAWN ESTATES Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wagoner of VJ Picket lane entertained at- a party June 28 in honor of the irst birthday of their daughter , Clyse. Guests were Mrs. Elvira Montempo and Mrs. Marie Feeney if Jackson Heights; Mr. and Mrs Stephen Negri of Forest Hills and Mr. and -M rs . Robert Hooper and laughter , Linda , of Little Neck. Michael Clemens , 17-year-oid son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clem- ens , of 113 Stanley drive return- ed home from Mather Memorial hospital last week after under- going an operation for appendici- tis. Mr. and .M rs . Walter Marine!!) i! ' 107 Wagon lane are the par- ents of a daughter , Jeanine , weigh- ing six pounds , three and a half ounces , born at Mather Memorial hospital June 30. The Marinellis have two other children , Mark , three years old , and Kathleen , one year old. Mr. and Mrs. John Reddoch and children , Donna and John of l~ . Sunset drive and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- ert Clemens , Jr., and children Dawn and Bobby, of 8 Sunset drive attended the fireworks dis- play at the Coram Drive-In Fri- day night in honor of the fourth birthday of John Reddoch. A first birthday party was held July 1 for Carol Ann , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kevins o ' ' 17 Hunter lane , at her home Present were her grandparents , .M r. and Mis. Louis Stepanek ol Jackson Heights ; grandmother , Mrs. Charles S u s s m a n n ol Jamaica and her siste r, Kathleen. Joseph Registrato , son of Mr end Mrs . Joseph Registrato of 287 Eastwood boulevard , celebrat- ed his first birthday at a party last Thursday. Guests were his grand parents Mr. and Mrs. James Woods a ii d great-grandfather Frank Alesci of Lindenhurst; grandmother , Mrs. Mildred Regis- trato of Habvlon; aunt , Mrs. Clara liuffa of West Islip; Mr. and Mrs Harold Grisar and Mr. and Mrs . Walter Donnelly of Centereach and Miss Sharon Woods, god- mother , and Frank Registrato , god- father. Fred Siciliano , son of Mr. and Mrs . Alfred Siciliano of 118 East- wood boulevard , has taken a posi- tion at Camp Pinnacle , Voorhees- ville, for the summer. .Mrs. Mercedes Martinez of Brooklyn recentl y spent the week- end with her sou and daughter- in-law , the Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Martinez of 105 Stanley drive. Nancy, daughte r of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pearson of 17 Woods lane , celebrated her seventh birth- day at a party June 17 with her ns ' ter , Linda , and friends , Evelyn Sherlock , Maureen Walters, Jo- anne Spitzner. Barbara Shiman- -ky, Debra and Patricia Thornton , William Keyes. Francine Adrig- nola . Donna Eide, Robert Wood- lord and Valerie Maniscalso. Mrs. Pearson also celebrated her birth- day in June and a family party was hold in her honor at the home of her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Fred linger of Hollis. Mrs. J. W. Hagan of Norfolk Va., has returned home after spending two weeks with her son- in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Farnitano of Dawn drive On June 23 , she hel ped to cele- brate the figftli birthday of hoi granddaughter. Debra Lee. Other guests were Debra ' s brothers James and Josep h , Mr. and Mrs. William Reddi ng and children , William and Helen May, Mr. and Mrs. John Berger , Mr. and Mrs. John Fugel and children , Maureen Judy and Wayne of Dawn drive; Mr. and Mrs. John Gary and chil- dren . Dawn and Robert and Mi- ami Mrs. John Carr of Bethpage and ,..John Abrahamson of Lake Ronkonkoma. Mr . and Mrs. Leonard Anderson and children , Cathy, Linda and Bud , of St. Paul , Minn., have re- turned home after spending some time with her brother-in-law and sister , Mr. and Mrs. Josep h Mon- teieone of 138 Eastwood boulevard. Kevin Reid , Son of Mr. and Mrs. John Reid of 334 Eastwood boulevard celebrated his sixth birthday at a family party June 2i.. Mrs. Frank Bumb of 63 Picket lane was given a surprise stork shower at the home of Mrs. Rob- ert Clemens of 7 Sunset drive recently with 17 guests present. The room was decorated with eoi- o -ed balloons , decorated umbrella and storks. A large shower cake centered the refreshment table. Congregational^ Church School Pup ils Promoted Childre n of the Congregational Church school of Patchogue re- ceived their promotion certificates June 21. The following were promoted from Mrs. Ashline ' s Kindergarten class to the Primary department: Louise Brown , Linda Eitel , Cheryl Fogarty, Jeree Kueker , Craig Northacker, Gr egory Pavnton Robert Shannon , Jo-Nell Shields , Oil Whidden Wayne Whitneban and Charlotte Champlin. From Mrs. Warren ' s class: Pa- tricia Carde , Greta Lynne Dixon , Carl Hubner , William Kilthau John Parris , Timothy Stoenner , Linda Smith , Susan Tabor , Susan Swezey and Robert Lessey. From Mrs. Northacker ' s class: Kathleen Cornell , Ginger Oilman , Lucinda Mayer , Adrienne Newman , Cynthia Minardi , Douglas Smith , Darcy Verschuure , Scott Warren Stephanie Gabrelian and Terry Ann Davies. From the Primary department to the Junior department whose teachers were Mrs. Kana and Miss Goodwin: Barbara Avery , Kare n Card e , Glenn Diencr , Andrew Davis , Nancy Hammond , Donald James Moog, Jr., David Mayer Garry Parris , Sherry Adams , John Chamberlin , Susan Engebretsen Allan Gambler , Irene Minardi. Peter Nichols , Dawn Smith , Tim- othy Taber and Susan Lessey. From the Junior department to the Intermediate department whose teachers were Mrs. Sim- mons , Miss Van Cott , Mr. Lane and Mr. Kana: Carol Conklin Katherine Coe , Janet Case , Mar- garet Deedy, Anita Goodwin , Carol Jansson , Sharon Lang, Laure l Pallas , Janet Roys , Paula Smith Constance Salg, Leslie Newman , Janice Schneider , Pamela Silhan Sharon Ward , Elna Wedick , Alicia Whitbeck , Donna Perry , Patricia Shannon , Gregory Efimetz , Rich- ard Blakeslee , David Syrett Michael Shannon , Bruce Terry, Robert Petty, Walte r Adams , Joel Allen , David Bri g ht , Kenneth Ben- ktnstein , Richard Merkel , Nick Mason , David Nichols , William Bentley, Raymond Clarkson , Judd Diener , Robert Lysak , Leslie Ros- cover and Graham Smith . From the Intermediate depart- ment to the Senior department whose teacher was Mr. Ellsworth : Thomas Browne, Judith Cook , Don- ald Cameron , Jo-Ann Benkenstein , Bruce Blakeslee , Diane Clarkson, Ann Fladhammer , Kare n Hildreth , hathryn Langtry , Marie Malsky Michael Moyer, Jean Nichols , Jill O'Brien , Peter Silhan , Josep h Val- entine , Raymond Vog t , John Albin , Russell Bradt and Grace Dahlman GIRL SCOUT JOTTINGS TROOP 56 Seventeen members, of Brownie Troop 50 were promoted to Inter- mediate Girl Scouts in fly-up cere- monies at the River Avenue school. The girls are now members of Girl Scout Troop 43. Receiving the jum p in rank were Shirley Airov , Beryl Antonio , Ardythe Minardi , Charlotte Min- ardi , Judith Mistier , Jean Over- tone , Ruthann Padham , Holly Sch- orden , Sandra Smith , Francine Trug lio , Kathline Trug lio , Rhonda White , Frances Murc h , Alice Tom- linson , Jacqueline New-ham , Rose- anti c Loscico , and Avis Campbell. Mrs. Joseph Schorden was in charge of the progra m , assisted by Mrs. Elsa Lum. Attending with the parents were Mrs. Hugh Me- Gonig le , neighborhood chairman , and Mrs. Henry llaab . troop or- ganizer. New Jersey ites Win Music , Drill Contest Three highl y polished out- of-state drum a n d bug le corps teams swept the field last Sunday at Patchogue High school during competi- tion sponsored by the Selden cadets. More thah 1 , 000 spec- tators saw St. Vincent ' s ca- dets of Bayonne, N. J., take first place , the Garfield , N. J., cadets finish second , and the Bracken , Pa., outfit win third place honors. Summer Band Series In Evenings to Beg in CENTEREACH — The Center- each-Selden High school band has announced it will present four Wednesday outdoor evening sum- mer concerts at Unity Drive school . The concerts will be given at the bandstand on the parking area , beginning at 8 p. m. Wed- nesday and continuing each week throug h August 5. Admission is free. The concerts will be under the direction of Walter E. Cochrane , district director of music for Cen- tral School District 11. He will be assisted by Bandmasters Ha- rold Abrams , Eugene Brop hy and Neil D'Ambra . Each program will feature a variety of music includ- ing marches , waltzes , patriotic music and concert selections. A soloist or guest group is scheduled to be presented each week. In case of rain , the concert will be held in the Unity Drive school auditorium. An orchestra concert is also planned later in the summer un- der the direction of Harold Ab- rams. The date will be announced later. Islanders Will Host Drum , Bug le Contest The Islanders Junior Drum & Bugle corps will sponsor its fo u rth annual Long Island Com- petition of Champions at 8 JJ . m. Saturday, at the Babylon Hi gh school athletic field under the lights. Seven of the top junior drum & bugle corps on the east coast will be competing. Such outstanding corps from Kew Jersey; Greater New York and Long Island as: St. Catherine ' s (Marionettes) St. Albans; VVvnn Center P. A. L. (Toppers) Brook- lyn; Selden Cadets (Golden Lan- cers ) Selden; Smithtown Drum and Bugle Corps (Freelancers ) Smithtown; Our Lady of Lourdes , Paterson, N. J.; Dumont Police Cadets , Dumont , N. J., and Blue Rocks Cadets , Penns Grove , N. .1. In addition , the Islanders will put on an exhibition as the host corps. In case of rain , the compe- tition will be held Sunday. District 41 GOP Club Sets Annual Picnic Sun. Preparations have been complet- ed by the \ picnic committee \ of the District 41 Republican club of North Patchogue to makes its sec- ond annual picnic a gala a/Fair , a club spokesman announced. According to Joe Pino , president it will be held at Republican head- quarters , Blue Point , Sunday wit! games , refreshments and swim- ming for children of all ages. All residents of District 41 are invited to attend. Read The Patchogue Advance for live news and where and what to buy. —Adv. ClAECl f lor S' ' 200 is Presented Mather Memorial hosp ital , V_ ,rl.LjV_-I\. Port Jefferson , expa nsion fund by Brookhaven Town Justice of the Peace Leon (Jiuffrcda , left . Receiving check is Robert Jones , vice chairman of fund drive. Last year ' s drive brought in 3.472 , 000. Campaign ends July 31, with theme of \Let' s Finish the Job. \ —Photo by Martin of Stony Brook •i <j *LS* iMi ** -rr^-^^'^r V m I I I U I B. fK pi lPi* ¦yiTMJW tu v3»> 'Iff ' -\^-' TJ^^ ^L^LH M H ' I I rS H HH fTJ%- ' ._ - f:ii3^^ H^H ¦fill I * B^Bk\ ¦ • ' ¦ -v i~* > - - ol^l^H^^^B^^^I^^^^^Bl ^' - •¦^>~ \ JSP - . :- * M I^Hm I • M ORTGAGES • FREE \ \ For New Homes ESTIMATING $ jj • F.H.A. 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Clip out the picture . 2. Address your envelope (o: Picture Editor , The Patchogue Advance P. O. Drawer 780 Patchogue , Long Island (He sure your name and return address is on the ENVELOPE). S. Also enclose your name , address . phone number and $l.. r »0 for a . r » x 7; $2 for an S x 10. Call for the prints when notified or add 25 cents for mail- ing charges. SWEZEY FUEL CO. 5&E»|| COAL and FUEL OIL ^ S^ffi^S Rider Avenue and L. I. R. R. Patchogue ^^\^H lAMK #s% §j| ^ PHARMACY Vpl Vj y. irwmi nmwHimm, iw. 35} m Mtpfcm <»»i; ' f \ /g fjfl wrcwo cui, inrrwt PRESCRIPTIONS COMPOUNDED Phone G Rover 5-2285 SODA — DRUGS Everything for the Baby i Ill ¦ Ii •'l l I III I l'l l.ic I Invisible Fluid-less \ - Contact Lenses Are \ ; Avail able to you ! !I Von arc invited to discuss Z \ with me any questions re- . Z gariling these lenses and \ - ahoul an appoint incut with \ Z your eye specialist (ophth- - - alniologis!). Trial lilting at ~ \ no ohligation. I CHARLES V. MARTOGLIO \ Z Optician I : PATCHOGUE : OPTICAL CO. Medical Arts Building ; - 1(17 NOKTII OCEAN AVE. \ - Patchogue , N. Y. Bible School Beg ins At Nazarene Church The Patchogue Church of the Nazarene Vacation Bible school will start at Or. 'lO a. in . Monday. There will be classes for the kin- dergarte n , primary, and junior ages , under the direction of Mrs. Robert Rapalje , the jiastor ' s wife. \Adventure s in Work and Wor- ship at Church\ will be the first week' s theme. The school will close July 2, 'i , with a program illustrating work done b y the vacation school pup ils. The kindergarten class will be. taught b y Mrs. Shirley Dixon and Mrs. Rose Leach; the primary classes by Mrs. Margaret Croiv- ersat , Mrs. Joyce Hedberg, and Mrs. Frances Moore; and the juniors by Mrsv Betty Brown , Mrs. June Conner , and the Rev . Mr. Rapalje. During the War of 1812 , a blow- nie-down sailor , Captain Sam Reid , blew up a British invasion fleet bound for New Orleans. This daring attack delayed the enemy fleet long enough to cost the enemy Louisiana. Engaged couples , attention please! For the most beautiful , streamlined , latest style raised printing announcements stop in and see our samples. The Patch- ogue Advance. —Adv.

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