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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, September 03, 1959, Image 14

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Brookhaven - South Haven Mary M. Albnrcer. BEIlport 7-0979R . Mr. and Mrs. Gordon D. Oster- hof an dthree-month-old daughter , Debra , of Rap id City, S. D., who have been spending three weeks with Mrs. Ostcrhof' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. G. Russell Murdock of Stealavviiy, left Monday for home. While visiting, the Osterhofs were entertained by the Murdocks at a lawn party attended by some 40 guests among whom were week- end guests , Mr. and Mrs. Vicent DiRuocco and daughter , Barbara , of Ossining and Mrs. Murdock' s mother , Mrs. M. S. Tuthill of Remsenberg. 1 Mrs. H. Justin Patterson and daughter. Miss Judy, of Hay road entertained Friday at their home at a luncheon for Miss Edo Cook of Heli port , who was married to Charles Ramsey the following day. Guests were her attendants , Miss Sandra King, maid-of-honor , and bridesmaids , Miss Beth Macauley of Philadelphia and Mrs. Edward Bower , the former Miss Judy Ramsey of Bay Shore, and a few relatives. Miss Patterson was also a bridesmaid Miss Lainey Patter- son of New York city was home for the weekend. Mr. and Mrs . Guy T. Emery and daughter , Karen , who occupy the Jack Robinson house on Mon- tauk highway, returned Friday from ten days spent in Mechanics Falls and New Gloucester , Me. Weekend guest of Sharon An- dors , daughte r of Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Andors , was Susan Carr of Massapequa. For your Insurance needs con- sult Strickland Agency, Inc. BEIl- port 7-0312. —Adv. Captain Leroy Alexanderson of the SS United States is vacation- ing with his wife and children , John and Linda , at their summer home on South Country road. Mr. and Mrs . Edwin Rappe and children , Lynn and Eddie . , of Haw- kins lane entertained Sunday at their home in honor of the for- tieth wedding anniversary of Mr. Rappe ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rappe of Blue Point. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. James Broest- ler and children , Lisa and Kurt , of West Isli p; Mr. Broestler ' s bro- ther and mother , Raymond Broest- ler and Mrs. Dorothy Broestler , and Richard Wendell , of the Bronx; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rappe of Brooklyn and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Dunnigan and children , Robert and Gail , of Blue Point. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at The Brook Store , Eat 'N Shop and Verni' s in Brookhaven. —Adv. Guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs. Philip Everst and daughter , Sher- ry, of Baldwin and South Country road were 15 members of the Young Adult group taught b y Mr. Everst at the Baldwin Presbyter- ian church. After attending the service in the Brookhaven church , the party enjoyed a cookout at Smith' s Point beach. Mrs. Emma H. Reid of South Country road was recentl y the guest of Mrs. A. E. Seaman of Brooklyn Heights. Mr . and Mrs. Anthony Majestic , their son , Richard , and daughters. Weegie and Julie , of Pine street returned August 25 from eight days in Florida where they visited Mrs. Majestic ' s sister , Mrs. Dwight- Roberts , in South Miami and saw the Seaquarium there. They also went to Tampa and visited Mr. Majestic ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Majestic , Sr., and his aunt , Mrs. R. Scales. Two of Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Gelband' s d a u g h ters celebrated birthdays last week. Myra enter- tained a few friends last Thursday even,ng: at a cookout in honor of her tenth birthday and her siste r, Helen , entertained similarl y Fri- day nig ht on the occasion of her seventh birthday. Dr. and Mrs. L. P. Hatch and son , Ellis , returned early Sunday morning from a two week' s trip on which they picked up Richard at the university of New Hamp- shire in Durham , N. II. Richard is taking three weeks olf from his graduate studies in chemistry. The Hatches visited relatives in the Camden area of Maine and stayed in Bar Harbor. Paulette , 10 . and Carol , 9, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. David Barsi of Yaphank avenue , were junior bridesmaids Sunday at the wtdding of Mrs. Barsi' s brother , Arend Behrens of Freeport to Miss Clair Hampel , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hampel , of Flo- ral Park. In an all pink wedding, except for the bridal gown , the sisters wore gowns of p ink silk organza , roses in , their hair and carried pale pink nosegays. The Barsis , including their youngest daughter , Jeanette , .attended a buffet supper and wedding rehear- sal Saturday and were present at the wedding reception held at the New Hyde Park Inn. June Lohmann , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lohmann of South Country road celebrated her sev- enth birthday at an afternoon party last Thursday attended by Sharon Andors , Helen Gelband , Pat Schait , Meg Sylveste r and cousin , Arvid Friberg, all of Brook- haven and little brother , Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nystrom of Carol place and dau ghters , Nancy and Linda , retu rned last weekend from a two weeks ' trip. They visited Mrs. Nystrom ' s mother and sister , Mrs. Mary Wandell and Mrs. Louie Smith , at the family home in Cincinnatu s , stayed in a cottage on Lake Ontario , visited Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pratt , Sr., at their home in Mansville and visited the Thousand Islands and Niagara Falls. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Steve Frieman in Middleport and Dr. and Mrs. John DeMocker and Mr. and Mrs. Ches- ter Belahoppe of Rochester and came home to have as weekend guests , Mrs. Nystrom ' s nep hew , Frank Jordan , and his friend , Daniel Fish of Cincinnatus. Bobby Starke , son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert W. Starke , of Bay road has been visiting his uncle and aunt , Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Schmidgahl , at their home in Wakefield , Mass. Mesdames Norman Huston and Blair Munhofe n attended the Dav- id Cup final match between the United States and Austrialia Mon- day afternoon at the West Side Tennis club , Forest Hills. The Writer ' s workshop met Sat- urday evening at the . home of Mrs. Ben Kito of Patchogue. The next meeting will be September 19. Anyone interested should con- tact the Rev. Charles Kellogg or Guy T. Emery. SCHOOL NEWS Brookhaven elementary school opens with full session Wednes- day. The day, for all , beg ins at 8:30 a. m. instead of 9 a. m. as formerly, with kindergarteners out at 11:45 a. m., grades 1 to 3 in attendance until 2 p. m. and grades 4 to 6 in session until 2:30 p. m. Milk will be available beginning Wednesday. On the fac- ulty will be Miss Antonia Drivas of Center Moriches , who will teach kindergarten; Mrs. Doroth y Sullivan , who taught kindergarten last year will be first grade tea- cher. The old auditorium will be used as a third fifth grade with Thomas Long of Medford as tea- cher. Information on bus schedules will be sent through the mail this week to all families of school children. South Haven school will open Wednesday with Mrs. LaVerne Conklin , head teacher replacing Mrs. Cecilia Padula , assisted by two teachers. Kindergarten and grades 1, 4 , 5 and 6 will be in session from 7:45 a. m. until noon. Grades 2 and 3 will be in session from noon until 4 p. m. Mrs. Myron Paris , head of the South Haven school board , has announc- ed. The Brookhaven Fall fair will be held from 1 to 5 p. m. Sep- tember 12 , Mrs. Fred Gillespie , chairman , requests donations be made to the following chairmen: Good used toys , Mrs. Harold Eul- er; gifts , Mrs. Robert Starke; aprons , Mrs. Richard Brown; used clothing, Mrs. Faulkner Lacey; baby clothes , Mrs. George Nink; attic treasurers , Mrs. John Floyd; produce , Mrs. Henry Lohmann; jewelry, Mrs. Paul Colsmann and baked goods , Mrs. Richard Scan- Ian. Funds raised at the popular annual fair are subscribed to the Corporal Ewing award and other scholarshi p aid. News of the Churches BELLPORT METHODIST CHURCH South Country road , Bellport Rev. Frederick I. Smith Pastor SUNDAY 10 a. m. —Sunday school for the Nursery and Kindergarte n depart- ments. 10 a. m. —Church service. 7 p. m. — Senior Youth fellow- ship. TUESDAY 8 p. m. — Official Board meet- ing. WEDNESDAY 8:15 p. m. — Mid-Week Bible class. THURSDAY 8 p. m. — Sunday School Tea- chers meeting. CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH Bellport , N. Y. The Rev. Alan C. Merrill , Rector TODAY Feria 9:30 a. m. — Holy communion. SUNDAY Fifteenth Sunday afte r Trinity 8 a. m. — Holy communion. 9:30 a. m. — Family Eucharist. 11 a. m. — Holy Communion and Serman. (Sunday School begins Septem- ber 27). THURSDAY Feria 9:30 a.m. —Holy Communion. BROOKHAVEN-SOUTH HAVEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Brookhaven Rev. Charles A. Kellogg Pastor Tomorrow 8 p. m. — Meeting of Session at Fellowship hall. SUNDAY J 11 a. m. — Outdoor worship and dedication of new property. Sermon topic , \What Our Future Holds. \ WEDNESDAY 8 p. m. — Board of trustees. ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Brookhaven Rev. Richard W. Gray, Vicar SUNDAY Fifteenth Sunday After Trinity 7:30 a. m. —Holy communion. 10:30 a. m. — Holy communion and sermon. MARY IMMACULATE R. C. CHURCH Brown ' s Lane , Bellport Rev. George A. Rubly, Pastor SATURDAY 4-5:30 p. m. and 7 :30-9 p. m. —Confessions, SUNDAY 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 and 11 a. m. and 12:15 p. m. — Masses. 2 p. m. — Baptism. Mondays through Saturdays 7 and 8 a. m. —Masses. Our Lady of Fatima devotions after 8 a. m. mass Saturday. The Modern Trend! Select your wedding invitations or announce- ments , printed , raised printed or engraved at The Patchogue Ad- vance. Wide range of type faces , elegant paper , latest styles. Mod- erately priced , quick delivery. Frances Johnson Molded salads \ are one of the easiest dishes to prepare , and they look elegant. An artist in the art of cookery can really make up her own salads , and the decorating is fascinating. Gelatin salads are so satisfactory, for they can be made the night before. In fact , they turn out bet- ter if they have been left over night. For your fruit salad , put rings of pineapple in the bottom of the mold with a red cherry in the middle and dot with cherries in between. It will look beautiful when it's unmolded. Any fruit combination is excel- lent for the basic part of a fruit salad mold , but be sure to add a handful of little white grapes. They add just the proper touch. Vegetables , chopped fine and wiht flakes of pimiento , meat (ground) and fish make luscious salads , too. Lemon or p lain gela- tin makes the ideal base for these The lemon adds zest to the dish and still lets the flavor of the meat or fish shine through. For this , line the bottom of the mold with ripe olii'es between generous strips of p imiento — it makes a gorgeous top when it' s turned out — or thin strips of cheese with butter pickle slices in between. You can arrange these in any pattern that pleases your heart. For the fillings , you can let your imagination run riot. Chop- ped ham , relish , diced celery, a hint of garlic , a little horseradish and a touch of sweet basil—and of course »mayonnaise make a mar- velou s salad , or tuna fish flaked with chopped celery, apple and onion. Of course , use mayonnaise. This recipe for Seafood Salad is one of our great favorites. Seafood Salad 2 tablespoons gelati n V4 cup cold wate r 1 tablespoon horseradish 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon Worcestershire sauce dash of tabasco 1% cups tomato juice Vs teaspoon pepper % cup chopped celery Vi cup chopped green pepper 2 cups flaked fish or crab meat Add gelatine to cool water . Bring tomato juice to boiling; add gelatin and dissolve. Add remain- ing ingredients . Pour into 8-inch ring mold. Chill until firm. Un- mold and garnish with lettuce leaves. A Pinch of This and A Pinch of That CLUB NEWS SOROPTIMIST CLUB The Soroptimist Club of Suf- folk county will meet in the Pink room of the Patchogue Hotel at 8 p. m. September 14 with its presi- dent , Mrs. lone Justice , in charge. This will be the first meeting after the summer recess. Discussed will be the Founder ' s Day dinner , district meeting in Camden , N. J., and the annual bazaar. The Soroptimists were represent- ed at the charter dinner and in- stallation of officers of the Sorop- timist club of East Nassau recent- ly at the Sk y Island Club Res- taurant in Garden Cit y. The spon- soring club was the Soroptimist club of Central Nassau. Soropti- mists who attended from Suffolk club were Mrs. lone Justice and Mrs. Marie Weber and guests , Mrs. Anna Cullum and Mrs. Mil- dred Sloane. IF YOU'RE HEADIN' FOR ; ' • H EAD ' •ST RAio \ Hl V>'6R ' A*F!. ' \ ' # « *<' > « \ . / ¦&* ' , * - v , % y yvV-^' \^ ' wfy ' % Jv ^Mv /s irV • '* * * . ' %/> * Y **V*\<£^ * *Sy^ *' • * **{jy <¦ S^ ^'V % 4 S+ ** -\ tJ.— f \ n . . n r ' -Vi >fA' it/' ' ' \Super-Right \ Quality-!! . $. Governme nt Inspected ^ ||IllMllllllllil 1 ||| flSHS HI HI HffiPWBfck flf jfflF HHB ^Sk\ mW MW^ READY-TO-COOK 4^0^ mwWB ll AMI : RICAS \EPENDABtE FOOD MERCHANT fff |||j Grand with Turkey... 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( P«i..meni , R.i.i ah . s.icm. s PU d, , T.rey.on . viceroy. w ira t a n | | NOW O P E N A & 1» B Newest Super Market , Bay Shore Uoad and Deer Park Avenue , NORTH BABY LON POSTERS PRINTED RAPID SERVICE MODERATE COST ®1)C patrijngue Afcuanre j Coming Events: L I. State Parks MODEL , SAILING KEG ATT A The th i rteenth annual 50-800 class Model Sailinp; Yacht regatta for adults will be held at Hemp- stead Lake State park at 2 p. m. September 1. This special regatta for adults , held each season at the Hempstead Lake State Park Model Yacht pond is sponsored by the Long Island State Park com- mission , and brings to Hempstead Lake State park a colorful and professional exhibition of model yacht sailing techniques. An inte resting feature of this regatta is the round robin ar- rangement used for determining the winners. Each boat will race against the various opponents un- til a total hig h score is obtained for the comp lete round robin. Attractive trophies will be pres- ented to first, second and third p lace winners. Reg istration for this sailing regatta should be made at pond-side the day of the event . Registration time September 12 is 1:45 p. m. Information and registration cards may be obtained at Hemp- stead Lake Sta te park or by writ- ing to the director of special events , Long Island State Park commission , Jones Beach State park , Wantagh. » * * ROLLER VARIETIES \Roller Varieties , \ the sixth and last of this season ' s roller skating exhibitions , will be held at the Jones Beach State park roller skating rink Sunday, starting at f p. m. and will feature national , sectional and state champions. The Jones Beach State park rol- ler skating exhibitions feature men ' s and women ' s singles , dou - bles and intricate dance routines. All six of the Jones Beach Roller skating; shows are directed by George Apdale , president of the United States Amateur Roller Skating association. Jones Beach roller skating ex- hibitions are sanctioned by the United States Roller Skating as- sociation. Engagements Mr. and Mrs. George Eiermann of 88-73 193rd street , Hollis , an- nounce the engagement of their daughter , Pa tricia Agnes , to John Niblock , Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. John Niblock of Centereach. Miss Eiermann is a graduate of Marymount college in New York city. She is on the staff of the Sachem School district and teaches second grade at Lynwood Avenue school , Farmingville. Mr. Niblock is a graduate of Brockport State Teachers college School district staff and teaches and also a member of the Sachem, at the Waverl y Avenue school , Holtsville. A summer wedding is planned. GRADUATION REVIEW at u^; ^SLrrJa 111., was participated in by Navy Recruit Joseph Adams , 18, right , son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewie E. Adams , of 6 Yorrda drive , Sayville. Mrs. Adams , center , viewed graduation and visited with Commander Henry L. Vaughan , left, executive officer , recruit training command. Recruit Adams enlisted May 12.

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