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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, February 25, 1960, Image 12

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Gordon Heights News Items Mm. Alberta Uracil , SElden 2-3795 Miss Viola Jennings of New York City spent the weekend with her iiister , Miss Patricia Jennings of Hawkins Avenue. Recent house guests of Mrs. Margurite Spence of Map le Lane were her sou and daughter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spum-c , and daug hter of New York City. 'i' yrell Wilson of Gray Avenue was one of the .speakers at the meeting in the Village Hall on Baker Street , Patchogue , Febru- ary 10 , sponsored h y the .South Shore Citizens Association of Pat- chogue. The theme was Negro his- tory and Negro achievements. Mrs. Cecil Rich , Mrs. Mary Car- penter and .M rs. Alberta Beach were the rommittec to arrange hooks on Negro history in the lob- by of the West Middle Island School last week. Weekend guests of Mrs. Ursula Wilcox of Gray Avenue were Mrs. Dorothy Cachie and daug hter , Joyce of St. Albans , Mrs. Sandra Motigroo and John Rahami- of New York City. Miss Catherine Haskins , Steven Watson and Mrs. Alberta Beach of Hawkins Avenue attended the annual pew rall y Sunday at St. Luke ' s Ep iscopal Church at 141st Street and Convent Avenue , tho Bronx, and were house guests of Miss Irene Brooks of New York City. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Palmer of Park Lane were Mrs. Margaret Harris of Manhat- tan , Mr. and Mrs. William Bur- well and daughter , Winifred , also their niece and nephew , Linda and Butch Gohlwin , all of Brookl yn, ami Miss Madeline Harwell of Hempstead. Recent house guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Brown of Marie Lane were Mr. and Mrs. Christo- pher Ehrichson , Mrs. K ffi e Uoha- in.iii and children , Timothy and Michael, all of New York City. CHURCH NEWS At. the Ebcnezer Sabbath Day Church , Sabbath school is held at 11 a. in., followed hy divine wor- shi p at 1 p. m. Saturday. Prayer meeting is held at 8 p. m. Wed- nesday. Sunday acitvities aro Sun- day school at ' i):45 a. m., followed hy divine worshi p at 11:45 a. m. Bible class is held at K p. m. Tues- day, with Elder John White in charge. The A. M. E. Zion Church has Sunday school at HI a. m. , followed by divine worship at 12 noon and K p. m. Young People ' s meeting is held at (1 p. m., with Brother Nathan Johnston in charge. Pray- er meeting is held at 8 p. m. Thursday, followed b y Class meet- ing at 8:45 p. m. At. the Church of Cud in Christ services are as follows: Sunday school is held at 11 a. in., followed by divine worshi p at. 12:15 p. in. and S p. m. Prayer meeting is held each day at 12 noon. The Community Baptist Church has services as follows: Sunday school at 10 a. m., followed by divine worship at 12 noon and 8 p. in. Sunday. Prayer meeting is hold at K p. m. Wednesday. The Ceiiera l Aid Club of the Commun- it y Baptist Church is sponsoring a chicken dinner Saturday at the church from 1 to 7 p. m. Proceeds are for the building fund. At. St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church services are divine worship at 8:45 a. m., fol- lowed bv Siindav school at 10:30 a. m. Al the Cordon H eights Seventh Day Adventist Church , Sabbath school is held at !>:-1 5 a. in., Home mission at 1( 1:45 a. in., divine wor- ship at 11:3(1 a. in. Young Peop le ' s meeting is held at 4 p. ill. Light- bearers club is held at 5 p. m. and Vesper services are held at 5:30 p. m., all on Saturday. Sunday activities are Pathfinders Club at 3 p. m., and Evangelist services at 8 p. m. Prayer meeting is held at H p. m. Wednesday. OBITUARY MRS. ELSIE KAZLO , 5li , of Guery Avenue , llolbrook , died last Thursday. She is survived by her husband , Walter L. Kazlo of llolbrook; two sons , John W. Kazlo of llolbroo k Road , llolbiook , and Walte r G. Kazlo of Lake Konkon- konia; three daughters . Miss Ber- tha Kazlo of Hoiorook , Mrs. Jean liowen of Ronkonkoma and Mrs. Elaine Slater of Memphis , Teiin.; two brothers , George Lotz of the Bronx and Charles Lotz of Hampto n Bays; a sister , Mrs. Bei tha Wehmcyer of the Bronx, and seven grandchildren . The body reposed at her home on Geery Avenue , where services were held at 1 p. ni. Tuesday. Interment followed in Washing- ton Memorial Park , Cora m . MRS. ADA l> . MrLNTYKE , 7(1. of Boynt.on Beach , Fla., died on Friday. She was a former resi- dent of Smith Avenue, llolbrook. She is survived by two sons , William of Lake Ronkonkonia and John C. of Holbiook; three sisters , Mrs. Kathorine Sonne- born , Mrs. Sadie Obrig and Mrs. Ruth Roche , all of Boynton Beach , and live grandchildren. The body reposed at the Joseph A. Weber Funeral Home , Lake Jtoiikolikoina. A funera l service was scheduled for 11 a. in. yes- terday in St. Mary ' s Episcopal Church, Lake Ronkonkoma , inter- ment fo follow in Evergreen Cemetery, Brooklyn. SEBASTIAN REILE. 7' . i , <>1 Park Avenue , Lake Ronkonkoma , died last Thursday. He is survived by a son , Alex- ander Reile of Honolulu , Hawaii , ii daughter . Airs. Elizabeth Ost . cr- holz of Madison , N. J., and eight grandchildren. Funeral services were held al 10 a. m. Monday at the Joseph A. Weber Funeial Home in Cen- tereach. Interment was in the Lake Ronkonkoma Cemetery. FRANK WIEDMEK , 85 , of 112 1 ashiiigton Avenue , Palchogue , died afte r tin extended illncsri February 13 at the Kanior Nurs- ing Home. Burn in Brooklyn , he lived in Heliport and East Moriches , and had resided in Patchogue for the past 41 years. He was a retired building contractor. Surviving are his two daughters Mrs. George Keich and Mrs. Au- gust Reich , both of Patchogue; a son, William E. Wiednier of Pat- chogue; his half sister . Mrs. Walter Chapiiuin , East Moriches; half brother , Josep h Wiednier , of Glenn Head , five grandchildren i« ml 11 great-grandchildren. Rosary services were held at 8 p. in. February 1(1 at the Pettit Funeral Home, interment was at 2 p. in. February 17 in Cedar Glove Cemetery, Patchogue. MHS. LOKKNA WAKE , (il , of 125 Lakewood Street , Patchogue , died February (i at her residence after a long illness. Bom September (i , 18118 , at West Pittston , Pa., she had lived the past 14 years in Patchogue and was a member of the Congrega- tional Churc h and of the New Hartford Eastern Star Chapter. She is survived b y her husband , William; a son , William T. of Port Jefferson Station; four sis- ters , Mrs. William Lotz , Akron , Mrs. George Thurston , Miami , Fla., Mrs. Henry Schulz , Utica , and Mrs. Bil liard Bowman , Melbourne , Fla.; a brother . David Johns , Uochester; mid three grandchil- dren. Eastern Star servics were held February 8 at the Ruland Funera l Home b y the Old Glory Chapter of Patchogue . interment was in Wash- ington Memorial Park , Coram , in the family plot. Robertaccio Funeral Home H. J . ROBEnTACCIO Lie. Manager A Service That Satisfies . .. 8 5 MEDF OR D A VENUE PATCHOGUE GRover 5 0135 C. W. Ruland Sons INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS J«hn R. Ruland , Lie. M _ r. More than 100 Years of Dependable Service 500 NEW NORTH OCEAN AVENUE , PATCHOGUE Phone GRover 6-0098 ! i State College Exams March 19 at PHS ALBANY — Admissions exam- inations for app licants to all Stati University operated colleges , ex- cept the medical colleges , will be held March I!) at Patchogue , kivorhoad and Huntington High Schools and at 42 other testing centers throughout the state. Applications must be postmark- ed not later than February 21). Students should write to the col- leges in which they are interested for the necessary forms. App licants for admission to the following colleges are required to take the examination: llarpur Col- lege (liberal arts); Colleges of Education (Albany, Brockport, Buffalo , Cortland , Fredonia , Gene- see , New Paltz. Onconta , Oswego , Plattsburgh , and P otsdam); Col- lege of Forestry; Maritime Col- lege; College on Long Island (science, mathematics , engineering and the teaching of science and mathematics); Agricultural and Technical Institutes (Alfred , Can- ton , Cobleskill , Delhi , Farmingdalc , and Morrisville). App licants will he admitted to the examination only upon presen- tation of admission cards. The examination will be repent- ed May 7 and Jul y !> at some of the testing centers , but app li- cants are urged to take the test as early as possible. More than 15 , 00(1 students have already taken the examination during the current school year. The admissions examination is not recpiired of students who wish Io enroll in the State College of Ceramics at Alfred University, the four state colleges at Cornell University (agriculture , home economics , veterinary, anil school of indust rial and labor relations), and the community colleges which are supervised by State University hut are locally operated. Admission to State University colleges is based on the qualifica- tions of the applicant , and is granted without , regard to race , color , creed , or national ori g in. 9 i£^ \ We. kcu/e, Htmchedi of tf aut &/&uf day f frj*/ AND MILLIONS OF SATISFIED CUSTOMERS EVERY WEEK! Beech-Niit A & p- $ j amou$ \Super-Right \ Quality Meats /^^_iSS__\ Meats for Babies RIB EN °— 7 R|BS L0IM END R,B HALF — FULL CUT LOIN HALF — FULL CUT « _ » ^ _r • __ » ^P ^mnm0l (Not 4 or 5 Ribs) AVERAGE 3-4 lbs. 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