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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, March 03, 1960, Image 9

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B haven-So. $60 , 000 Re BROOKHAVEN — An . extensive building and re- development program , to cost an estimated $60 , 000 , was voted into effect b y the membershi p of the Brook- haven-South Haven Presb y- terian Church here at a spe- cial congregational meeting last Monday nig ht. Plans call for removal of the historic Presbyterian Church building in South Haven from its present site , and placing it in the village of Brookhaven on a 6.5 acre plot of land purchased by the church last year. This building would be carefully restored to its historic period , but with moder- nized plumbing and heating. Also , a part of the whole plan is the erection of new Christian education facilities. This may be accomplished by rebuilding the Carriage House which is presently located on the new site in Brook- haven , or by adding directly on to the restored church. In any event , the Carriage House will be moved to a new location on the property, and the congregation has authorized the employment of an architect , Thaddeus R. L. Lazarr of New York City, to ad- vise on these matters , and to carry out the restorations. The Presbyterian congregation , now centered in Brookhaven , is one of the older religious institi- tions on Long Island. Originally designated as the Meeting House in the Parish of South Haven , the church dates from some time im- mediately preceding the year 1717. It is known that the Rev. George Phillips labored \ at the south\ from 1697-1739. The first meet- ing house was erected in 1740 , al- ROSY §fWfpik DREAMS ^ F^p COM E §^3flL Takes a down-to-earth approach to make those floating- in-tlic-clouds dreams come true! Hut it' s simple. Just open a Savings Account at this bank . . . add <o it regu. larly. Everything will be rosy! The Bellport National Bank BELLP O RT . N. T. Member Federal De posit Insurance Corp. Member Federal Reserve S ystem Haven Church Votes ¦Development Program TODC MfWFn Historic Presbyterian church building L) U IVI\J \ LAJ in South Haven will soon be moved to village of Brookhaven on 6.5 acre plot of land purchased by church last year. though services were, being held< for a great . many years before then in private homes. The build- ing now standing in South Haven , and which is to be moved and re- stored , was rebuilt in 1828 , follow- ing, a disastrous fire. For almost half of a century, this Presbyterian Church was the only worship center on the south shore of Long Island from Babylon to Southampton , a distance of some GO miles. The recent history of the church , according to the minister , the Rev. Charles A. Kellogg, suggests great promise for the future in Brookhaven. The congregation has received over 50 new members in the past two years , while the Churc h School has rapidly been outgrowing its present facilities. Most encouraging, says the Rev . Ai r. Kellogg, is the attitude of the whole membership, an attitude of excitement , a readiness to work and adventure. Preliminary designs for the situating of all buildings on the new site in Brookhaven have al- read y been prepared by the archi-, tect , Mr. Lazarr. These designs are essentially the same as those exhibited in the Brookhaven Li- bra ry during the fall of last year. ?The church would be on a hill- s ide , facing South Country Road , with driveways entering from Beaver Dam Road and parking lot to the rear. On its hillside location , the church would command a sweeping view of the village of Brookhaven , and the tall steeple could be seen for mile s from any direction. The beautiful grounds would eventually be laid out with formal ga rdens and a fountain , with secluded centers for medita- tion. Length y discussion among the members at ihe congregational meeting indicates that everyone expects a struggle in realizing these ideals , and that everyone within the membership is prepared to make unusual financial sacri- fices. It is hoped that the com- munities of Brookhaven , South Haven , and Bellport will support the undertaking, for the building to be restored is one of the tradi- tional religious landmarks on the south shore. Preparations for the financial campaign are not yet completed , but no doubt the drive will be initiated in the Spring or Fall of this year , with the desire to complete the entire project by early 19G1. • . • BELLPORT NEWS ITEMS Margaret Warner , BEIIport 7-06SS William Richards of South Howell' s Point Road , vice presi- dent of The Peop les National Bank of Patchogue , ' and Herman Cham- berlain of North Howell' s ' Point Road , vice president of The Bell- port National Bank , left Sunday to attend the Bankers Institute for Consumer Credit Management which is being held at the Hote l Thayer on the West Point campus from February 28 to March 11. This is the first session of the in- stitute that has ever been held. The Triple Trey Canasta Club met at the home of Airs. Thomas •^Carroll of Bellhaven Road Febru- ary 17 , and last night it was held at the home of Airs. Madeleine .Meyer of Woodland Park Road. .Miss Maryanne Pendergast was guest-of-honor Friday night at a surprise cooperative dinner party given in honor of her sixteenth birthday at the home of Miss Bree Binnington , daughter of Ai r. and Airs. John Binnington of Brown ' s Lane. Those attending were Wendy Fleming, Linda Love , Karen Roeser , Carol Rant , Joanne Corn- stock , Marjorie Moore , and Don n a Fieken. Bellport Fish Market — Fresh Daily. BEIIport 7-0710. —Ad v. Airs. John Binnington and chil- dren , Alarjorie and Johnny, have returned home after spending the past month at the J. Lawrence Fischer home in Hamden , Conn. Dr. Robert Swanson of Minnea- polis , Minn., -who was en route home after attending scientific meetings in New York City, spent a few hours visiting with Air. and Mrs. Laurance Paisley of Thorn- hedge Road on Sunday afternoon. The Swansons were former resi- dents of Bellport when Dr. Swan- son was with the Brookhaven National Laboratory. Brown ' s Garage. Tel. BEIIport 7-0229 Adv . The Twiligh t Canasta Club will meet this afternoon at the home of AJrs. Robert Brown on Bell Street. Ai r . and Mrs. Andrew Olsen of Station Road entertained the fol- lowing friends at canasta and .samba at their home Saturday night: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Carter , Mr. and Airs. .Malcolm Johnson , Mr. and Airs. .William Muller \ , Miss Evelyn Aloger , of Bellport , and Aliss -Muriel Hollman of Patch- ogue. The birthdays of Miss Moger and Air. Carter were celebrated. Mr. and Mrs. Walter liergskaug and son , Christopher, moved to 55 Station Road over the weekend. Airs. .Mabel Farr , mother of Dr. Lee Farr of South Country Road , is spending a month at Santa Bar- bara , Calif. For your fabri c and yarns Tots- N-Cottons , Bellport . —Ad v . Air. and Airs . Irving Coleman and family have moved from Sta - tion Road to their new home on Circuit Road. Air. and Airs. Ceorge Penny of North Howell' s Point Road ' an- nounce the birth of their first child , a daughter , Laura Ellen , weighing 7 pounds , at Brookhaven .Memorial Hospital Saturday. Alore on page 4 , this section Hawkins Gulf Garage 11 STATION ROAD BELLP O RT Irving Terwilliger and Clifford Miller, Props. AH Types Automobile Repairs Free Pickup and Delivery Telephone BEII port 7-0185 News of the Churches ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL. CHURCH Beaver Dam Koad , Brookhaven Rev. Richard W. Gray, Vic a r SUNDAY First Sunday in Lent 8 a. m. — Holy communion. 11 a. m. — Church school. 11 a. m. — Holy Communion and sermon. WEDNESDAY 7:30 p. m. — Evening Prayer. 7:45 p. m. — Lenten Adult Dis- cussion group. Topic: \ The Creeds. \ BROOKHAVEN-SOUTH HAVEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , brookhaven Rev. Charles A. Kellogg Pastor TODAY 8 p. m. — Women ' s Ass ' n. meet- ing at home of Airs. Earl Light , General McLean Drive , Bell port. Speaker: Airs. Gordon Dickson of East Moriches Presbyterian Church. FRIDAY 2-3:30 p. m. — Special combined World Day of Prayer service at Zion Church , Bellport. 8 p. m. — Meeting of session at pastor ' s h o me. S UNDAY 9:30 a. m. — Church school. 10:15 a. m. — Youth choir re- hears a l. 11 a. m. — Church service. Ser- mon top ic , \The Three Walls. \ 4 p. m. — Achievement Sunday progra m in church b y the children , wdio will present exhibits. 7 p. m.—United Presbyterian Youth Fellowship in Fellowship hall. T U E SDAY 8 p. m. —Aleeting of trustees at home of William Mooney in East Patchogue. MARY IMMA CULATE R. C. CHURCH Brown ' s L a ne , Bellport Rev. Geor ge A. Rubly, Pastor TODAY 4-5:30 , 7:30-9 p. m. —-Confessions in preparation for First Friday. TOAIORROW 6:30 , 7 and 8 a. m. —Alasses. 8 p. m.—Devotions. SATURDAY 10 a. m. — Religious instruc- tions. 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. Monda y s thr o u gh Saturda y s 1 and 8 a. m. —Masses. Our Lady of Fatima devotions after 8 a. m mass Saturday SUNDAYS , WEDNESDAYS , FRIDAYS 8 p. m. —Lenten devotions , Sta- tions of the Cross Fridays. CHRIST EPIS C OPAL C HURCH Bellport , N. Y. Rev. Alan C. Merrill , Rector TODAY F e ria 9:30 a. m. — Holy communion. 8 p. m. — Regular monthly meeting of the Vestry. S UNDAY 1st Sunday in Lent 8 a. m . — Holy communion. 9:30 a. m. — Family Eucharist , Sunday school , grades 3-8. Adult class. 11 a. m. — Holy Communion, and sermon , Sunday School , grades pre-school-2. MONDAY 7 p. m. — Boy Scout Troop meets in community hall. TUESDAY Feria 7:45 a. ni. — Holv Communion. WEDNESDAY Ember Dav 9 a. in. — Holy Communion. 7:30 p. in. — Junior Choir re- hearsal. 8:30 p. m. — Evening prayer. 8:45 p. m. — Senior Choir re- hearsal. THURSD AY Feria 9:30 a. m. — Holy communion. BELLP O RT METHODIST C HURCH South Country road, B e ll por t R ev. Frederick I. Smith Pastor TODAY 8 p. in. — Official Board meet- ing. FR I DAY 2 p. in. — World Day of Prayer service at the Ruth A.M.E. Zion Church. SUNDAY 9:45 a. in. —Sunday school for all ages. Adult class taught by the pastor. 11 a. in. — Church service. Baby sitting in Aldersgate. 4 p. ni. — Confirmation class. G p. ni. — Junior High Fellow- ship. 7 p. in. — Lenten School of Missions. 7:30 p. m. — Senior High Fel- lowship. TUESDAY 8 p. m. - •• W.S.C.S. meeting in Wesley House. WEDNESDAY 1 p. in. — Prayer service. 7 p. m . — Choir practice. 8:15 p. ni. — Mid-W eek Bible class. RUTH A.M.E. ZI ON CHURCH Bellport Re v. D. A. Hunt. Pastor TOAIORROW 2 p. m. —-World Day of Prayer. SUNDAY 1 0 a. m. —Sunda y school service. 11 a. ni. — Sunday church serv- ice. MONDAY 7:30 p. m. ~Choir rehearsal. TU E SDAY 7 p. in. — Prayer service. Pi pers Will Play For St. Patrick' s Party March 13 BELLPORT — An outstanding program of entertainment has been arranged by the Rev. John F. Bren- nan for the St. Patrick' s party of Mary Immaculate parish to be held Al a rc h 13 in the churc h auditorium on Brown ' s Lane here. Heading the 'ist of entertainers will be the Barrett troupe of pipers and dancers of East Islip, a group seen frequently on TV. The Heim- berger quintet of East Islip will offe r a variety of music and the Long Island Twirlerettes of Islip Terrace will put on a performance. St. Mary ' s choir of East Islip, which recently made a record , will sing under the direction of Ed- ward AIcGill , and Marilyn Reisler of Country Village , a 10-year-old harp ist who has performed at Carnegie Hall , will play. Diane Barone of Islip Alanor , an actresd and singer and Buddy Lavay of Holtsville, singer and guitarist! will round out the program. The entertainment progra m will follow a buffet supper to be served from 6 to 8 p. ni. and then the party will continue with the giving out of award s and dancing to the music of Mike Greco ' s orchestra. Clocks and Watches of ell Types Repaired 1 3 9 MA I N STREET BELLP O RT . N. Y. Tel. BEIIport 7-0860 Federal Construction Grant Of $98 , 000 Allotted Dist. 4 IP Ian New Kreamer Vote: BELLPORT—With the receipt of formal notification from the U. S. Depart- ment of Health , Ed u cation and Welfare of an outri ght Federal construction grant of $98 , 000 to Central School District 4 , the Board of Education Monday ni ght de- cided to schedule another vote on an addi tion to the Kreamer Street Elementary School sometime during the week of Apr il 3 , the definite dates to be set next week. Allotted under Public Law 815 , the Federa l grant is being given to hel p to provide minimum school facilities for children considered unhoused whose parents are con- nected with Federal projects. The money will be held in escrow for 45 days and if no action is taken by the district within that time the funds are subject to cancella- tion , William II. Curtis , supervis- ing princi pal of the district , s a id Tuesday. With the $98 , 000 grant , he said , it would not be necessary to float such a $255 , 000 bond issue as heretofo re figured for construc- tion as the entire amount from the Federal government could be ex- pected to come through in about a year and a half. The district would receive ten per cent of the grant immediately upon f&vorable action on construction , 50 per cent when the contract for the job is signed , 30 per cent when the pro- ject is 75 per cent completed and ten per cent when all bills are paid , Air. Curtis exp l a ined. The April vote will be the fifth to be held on the construction of a seven-classroom addition to the K reamer Street School. In each of the previous votes the addition received a favorable majority of votes , but failed of the required two-thirds majority. Last Wednes- day voters of the district polled 1 ,041 yes votes , 610 no , for the addition. In the same voting period Wed- nesday a proposition to purchase a site for a ne>v senior high school received a 'JOG yes , 683 no vote , lacking also a two-thirds majority. This proposition has been dropped as the options on the property proposed for purchase , along Head- of-the-Neck v.wl Alunsell Roads , expired Al a rc h 1. Mr. Curtis reported to the board that Dr. Clyde Moore , a Cornell professor , will visit the district and meet with the board Alarch 28 and 21) for further study and discussion of the board' s self- evaluation report made recently. Central District 4 was one of the districts selected country-wide for further information on the basis of its report to the American As- sociation of School Administrators and School Boards. The resignation of a school board member and of a teacher were received at the meeting. John Donohue submitted his resignation as a board member effective Marc h 1 because he is taking a position in Stamford, Conn., and Mrs. Elsie Collins , a kindergarten teacher at the Dunton Avenue School , resigned as of the end of the current year. It was voted to make official application for help for mentally handicapped children in the dis- trict for next year , nine educable and two trainable. The board also approved the attendance of Louis AlaiTone , curriculum coordinator , at a meeting of the American As- sociation of Curriculum Develop- ment in Washington , I) . C , next week , the appointment of Airs. L. P. Hatch as clerical assistant in the high school library and the confirmation of the appointment of Airs. Minn Terry as clerk-typist in the district business office. In order to allow more time for the preparation of the first draft of the budget , the board will meet on the third and fourth Mondays of this month instead of the second and fourth. BELLPORT — The annual service for the World Day of Prayer will be held from 2 to 3 p. m. tomorrow at. the Ruth A. AL E. Zion Churc h here on Station Road. This service , conducted by the lay people, will be the same service used all over the world. The Ruth A. AL E. Zion Churc h will be host to St. .lames , the P r e s h y t e r i a n Church , Christ Church , and the Methodist Church in the Brookhaven-B e 1 1 p o r t area. Everyone is urged to attend. D. A. Hunt is pastor of the Ruth A. Al. E. Zion Church. Prayer Day Service At AME Zion Frida] South Bay Artists Draw ' One Another BELLPORT — The South Bay Art Association , at its last regular meeting, held an informal portrait painting session in which members drew each others ' names from a hat and then drew each other. Thomas Butler , spokesman for the group, said it' s one thing to figuratively \ sit alone in your own dark , dank cellar to painstakingly create a masterp iece , \ and quite another to do a portrait in full view of fellow members. Hut it turned out to be great fun, and members put to the test felt the session strengthened their creative talents , Mr. Butler said. The SBAA is looking forw o to its Spring anil Summer activi- ties. The community hall here has been reserved for exhibits on alternate months starting March 25. Bellport Methodist to Hold Lenten School of Missions BE LLPO III — The Heliport .Methodist Church will hold n Lenten School of .Missions every Sunday nig ht during Lent. The first session will be held at 7 p. in. Sunday in the Wesley House. The theme of the study will be \The Church' s Mission in Town and Country. \ This study is being sponsored b y the Commission on .Missions of the local churc h and will be taught by Ai rs. Edwin Nystroni. Mrs. Nystrom will use case studies of other churches , film strips , playettes , and books , as she lends members of the class in their study of the church' s mission. BELLPORT — The Bellport Forensic Society placed fifth in the Thomas Paine Debate Tourna- ment held at Hofstra College Fri- day and Saturday despite tough competition from such schools as Chaminade , Great Neck North , and Sacred Heart Academy. The Hofstra College Debate So- ciety sponsored this first animal affair to foster high school de- bating. The topic for the tourna- ment was the national topic used this year for intercollegiate de- bates— \Resolved: That Congress should have the power to reverse decisions of the Supreme Court. \ Sixteen teams lepiesenting nine high schools participated. Bellport was the only Suffolk County school represented. Each team con- sisted of four debaters : Two af- firmative and two negative. Bellport' s two teams were: Peter Canonico , Victor Reuscb , affirmative; Lionel Rosenblatt , Kathy O'Neill , negative; and Lucy Collins , Pamela Edwards , affir- mative; Richard Beth , Ann Kouts , negative. It was the latter team which p laced , winning five of its eight debates. The negative side of the former team won three of its four debates. Gabriel Gabrelian h a s been faculty advisor of the Bellport Forensic Society for the past two years. This is the first time the team has debated outside the county. Several of the judges and the coach of the Hofstra club com- mended the members on the quality of their speeches and their know- ledge of the subject. Mrs. Richard Keth , Mr. and Mrs. Victor Reuscb , and Dr. Ibivid Rosenblatt assisted the society by providing transportation and act- ing as moderators ami judges. Once in a lifetime ' The finest workmanship at popular prices in Wedding invitations. I^et us show you our beautifu, ' samples of en- graving, raised lettering, and printing. Fast Delivery. Ask to see them when you bring in your news for the society page. The Patchogue Advance. Medford Ave- no<» . — KAw BHS Forensic Soc. Scores Despite Tough Competition GENE'S MARKET j Montauk Hi ghway East Patchogue \ ATlantic 6-9555 GOVT. GRADED CHOICE I TOP ROUND T *f % A CT ! TOP SIRLOIN ROAST j BOTTOM ROUND BEEF ff «3 lb. Added _ _—^— LEAN HICKORY SMOKED PORK SHOULDERS 29 4-6 lb. Average LEAN HICKORY SMOKED SLICED BACON 39 MJWJUWJUWUWUUIMWIMMM WWfWAn ^^ Bellport High School News Sid Andrunik is the wrestling champion of League II in the 101 pound class. He earned the title by defeating Arthur Cadeux of Kings Park , who until this match had a season record of 17 wins and no losses. On March M , 30 students will attend the annual Shakespeare festival at Hofstra College , where they will see the production , \Ro- meo and Juliet. \ Everything in the world is fixed , beat , or Russia invented it tirst\ was the title of the Fresh- men assembly program , which con- sisted of three skits . Those who took part in the production under the direction of Ross Federico , Russel Hanscom and Edward Mc- Iviernan , class advisers , were Peter Dehuonte , M. C , L ydia Kuhn , Sharon Kane , Robert Piccionc , Ar- thur Snyder , Jeff Coon , Alan Thorndike , Chris Small , Jack Brandy, Marian Honnett , David Hassell , Diane Athanasiou, Shera- lyn Colichio , Barbara Cook , Gay Knap ic , Karen Day, Pasquale Len- to and Wayne Erickson. Also Eric Carlson , Frank DeRosu , Peter Inee , Sherry luce , Linda Love , Maureen Donohue. Sarah Rosen- blatt , Kathleen Pendergast and Ronald Straw . Tomorrow at 8 p. m., the an- nual Sports nig ht , a part of class competition , will be held. Points will be awarded to the winning classes toward gaining the coveted trip to New York City in late spring. Fourteen students will take part in the Junior High School Music Festival sponsored by the Suf- folk County Music Educators at Patchogue Junior High School March 11 and 12. The band , or- chestra , and chorus will rehearse Friday and Saturday for the con- cert at 8 p. m. Saturday. Guest conductors for the pro- gra m are : Hand , Thomas Pulaski , assistant state supervisor; orches- tra , D. Ray Yearger of Haverfo rd , Pa., and chorus , Miss Mary Eng- lish of Potsdam. Students taking part include : Band — Alan Thorndike , Maureen Donohue , Michele DiVito , Dale Demarest , Peter Ince , Peggy Wuy- te; orchestra—Dianne 11 use , Mar- tha Roberge , Judy Munhofen , Doree Critz , Nicholas Palevsk y, and Peter Ince; chorus: Julie Ma- jestic , Gail French and Matthew Dominy. Bellport Ambulance Tri ps Listed for Week BELLPORT — T b r e e patients were transported to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital and one to a nursing home in the Heliport ambulance during the past. week. Last Tuesday at li p. ni., Theo- dore Travis of (iI5 Scherger Ave- nue was taken to BAI H by Tyson Dominy and Albert Ceiger. Sat- urday, there were two trips made , one to take Theodore Mahler from BMH to the (tumor Nursing Home , Patchogue , at 10:25 a. in., by George Hawkins a n d Tyson Dominy. the other at 1:00 p. m. to take Mrs. Libra Dainte of o. 'il Station Road to BMH. Tyson Dominy and Edward Bishop. Monday at 1 a. in., Frank Di Cangi of l>5< ) MacDonald Avenue was taken to BMH by Albeit Ceiger and Edward Bishop. New Dramatic Group Centered in Bellport: BELLPORT—The Playcrafters , a new dramatic and musical group centered in Bellport , will hold its first public meeting at the Community House on Bell Street here at 8 p.m. , Wednesday. Support for the project is high , and potential thespians in the area will rind enjoyment and promise in this outlet for their dramatic talents , a spokesman far the group said. Anyone interested in the many phases of acting or produc- tion is urged to attend the meeting, at which time plans for the May production of \Bell , Book and Candle \ will be discussed. Opportunities to serve on committees include working on cos- tumes , makeup, publicity, tickets , scenery construction , stage crew , properties , lighting and sound effects. Initial readings for casting purposes will be done at this time. The play will be directed by Margaret Smith and produced by Peggy Suydam. 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