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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, March 24, 1960, Image 8

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YOUNG TOURISTS itK of The Fatclingue Advance last Thursilay to learn about the newspaper business were these students from I lie Hampton Avenue School of Centra l District I. Left to right in front row are David I.ibrunner , Raymond Viola , Charles (Ifi-' y) Duilney, Frederick McKi'inia and Rich- ard Lombard!; left, to right , second row , Dennis Viola, Elizabeth Copp inger , Aaron Feigenbaum anil Eileen Merenilinn; and in rear . Miss Eliza- beth Macintosh and Thomas Meagher , teachers. Group has been studying newspapers. —Advance Photo VFW Aux. Musician Quite A Pianist RHYTHM SHOULD BE MIDDLE NAME: ity KKANCKS JOHNSON Hhytlmi should he Ann Odium ' s middle name , for since the tini , \ when ber mother J ' oiind her with thimbles on her fingers tapping out sung rhythm on the window sill , until now , when literally tllou.sa/lil .s have nmivlu-d , danced and sung to her music , M rs. Od- ium is the \ gal who can make a piano come alive. \ Two years ago she had I lie great honor of being appoint ed national musician of the Vetei. -ms of Foreign Wars Auxiliar y anil slit- is now going into her twenty-fifth year as slate musician for tin- VFW Auxiliary , She has been musician for Henry .lames .loiies Post Auxiliary in Medford for more than ' lit year. - .. In fact , the only time when she wasn ' t music inn was the first year , l' . i . 'i I - then she was president. As one auxiliary nioiuber ex- pressed it . \When you ' ve inarched to Ann (. ' ullum ' s music you always do. No mutter whore you ' re march- ing or no matter who ' s playing, your feet, are marching to Ann ' s rhythm. \ Mrs. (' Allium , as sparkling as (lie music she p lays , was horn in New York City, the daughter of the late Mr. and M rs. Karl Zimmer- man. Prom New York the family moved to Woodside , where she lived al, the time of her marriage to Thomas Lester Cullinn. They lived in New .lersey ami in I' . IHO moved to Selden. Then it was to Medford where t hey had a large poultry farm. They have two sons living, Hubert, and Thomas. Mrs. Odium was left a widow about 1(1 years ago. For 2:i years she was organist ¦of St. Sylvester ' s R. C . Church in- Medford. Since Mrs. Culhun and her sons moved to Southern Houle- Mrn. Ann Culluni vairl . South Count ry Shores , Fast I' alcliogue , about six years ago , she has been a parishioner and an active worker at St. Francis de Sales li. C. Church. Patehogue. In World War •!! she was ap- pointed chief of volunteer par- ticipation for Hrookhaven Town Civil Defense. It was at this time she was also asked to teach school. Thrilled almost beyond words , she protested : \I haven ' t enough musical education. I haven ' t n lenching certificate. Hut how I'd love to do it. \ I!rook!i.iven needed a music teacher and the former Miss Nora •Hanks , now Mrs. Charles Smith , knew of Ann ' s natural music talent , her love of children and was convinced that she 'd make an excellent teacher. It was the war years. Teachers were at a premium , so red tape was hurdled and Ann taught vocal and instrumental music for four years , fi rst in Brookhaven School; then her musical territory widened as , under Walter Ormsby, super- intendent of schools of the .Second Supervisory District , she took over inusii n -hiug in Ridge , Yaphank , South Haven , Hrookhaven and Middle Island. The war ended and she gave up leaching, but it has always re- mained one of the greatest ex- periences in her life . Many stu- dents owe their musical knowledge , their musical appreciation and en- joyment of playing to her teach- ing. She still meets those who recall the happy days. At present , one of her greatest satisfactions is playing for the ward parties at the Veterans Hos- pital. A versatile person , she has many interests and belongs to a number of organizations. When- ever possible , she lias never re- fused -to play for any affair. Al- most every meeting or party ends with the group tirst humming, then singing the old and the new songs with Ann at the piano. When we congratulated her on being such a splendid musician , she said: \When my mother found me drumming out songs she thought it was about time that I had a piano. Though J had a music- teacher for only two years, I spent hours and hours studying b y my- self. 1 was never tired of practic- ing. It' s easy to learn when you love music like I do . \ Musically, her son , Thomas, is following in her footsteps , thoug h with justifiable pride Ann said , \Oh no , he ' s miles ahead of me. If you think I can p lay, you should hear Tom play the piano—but the trombone is really his instrument. \ Mrs. Cullum played for Tom ' s graduation from Seton Hall High School. It was the processional marc h composed by her graduating son. r~E*r^55?~-i ! The East ' s most beautiful ¦ ! RESTAURANT and COCKTAIL LOUNGE . K ¦ I ¦ ! invites you to sec its facilities and price your next PARTY at I VELVET ROOM ¦ ¦ ! IN TH E I I PATCHOGUE MOTEL j I Show Place of Long Island ¦ i \ ! AH Rooms Have Private Bath , Shower , Free TV ¦ \ ! • No Kxtra Charge for llriilul Suites • • ! SUNRISE HIGHWAY EMerson 3-9580—6880 \ _ .ft.aaauaMU.a.»a« aaaaaaaaaaaa 1 Patch' gue Village Ordinances Will BeReviewed Mon. Proposed recodification of tho Patehogue Village ordinances , the first such major step in nearly 2a ' years , will be submitted to public hearing at 8 p. m. Monday, before the Village Hoard in the Municipal Huilding. In the recodification , which rep- resent many months of research and special meetings by a board committee , the existing ' M ordi- nances , comprising the Unified Code of Ordinances , have been kept intact in basic concept but revised and streamlined in some instances to meet present-day needs , the hoard said. The committee in charge of the project consisted of .Mayor George F. Lechtrecker , Village Trvstee Michael G. Maletta , Michael Sar- dell , Charles Miller and Robert T. Waldbauer , ' and Village Attorney Robert G. Hauer. After the last recodification in the late l' .tSO' s , the ordinances were printed in bound form , but this , the board explained , broug ht a problem because of the difficulty in the posting in cop ies in use throughout the village of the numerous amendments adopted since that time. Under present plans , the re- codified ordinances will be avail- able in loose-leaf book form so as to facilitate keep ing each copy up to ditto , Village Clerk Salvatore J. Romeo said. Ffoorwalker — The — at Swezey & Newins Patehogue /MmHmmHWHHutwtC Here it is .. . . the greatest show on earth . . . now at S&N . . . a f ree Lady ' s Faster outfit every year for the rest of your life . . . 352 gifts worth more than $4 , 500 . . . values , values , values . . . clowns and mori downs . . . wild circus beasts all over . . . helium-filled bal- loons . . . and here we go . . . HAPPY BIRTHDAY —If >•„„ want to attend a real happy birthday party come to S&N daily from now .through a week from Saturday for S&N' s bi g 66th birthday circus sale. You . will find in addition to hun- \ cjreds of spectacular values a \three ring circus \ of activi- ties. EXCITEMENT FOR LIFE — That ' s right! One luckv woman is going to remember this event for the rest of her life. Every single year for the .rest of her life she will be receiving a free Easter outfit from S&N . In ad- dition her pictures will appear yearly in Suffolk county news- papers showinc- her making her selections. This is just one of the 352 gifts (worth over $4 ,500) that are in S&N' s big Treasure Cage. A lucky key is received with each purchase and in addi- tion keys may be obtained with- out any purchase in our credit office. You try your key in the lock which is on the Treasure Cage. If it ooens the lock you select any one of the wrapped gifts in the cage. If your key does NOT open the lock , SAVE THE KEY. Each morning (through Saturday, April 2) a new lock is put on the cage and a kev you receive today may open the lock on any other day. * * * ONLY THE BEGINNING — The above is just a small pa rt of the excitement going on at S&N right now . The most exciting feature of this event is the large selection of famous values that are being sold like hotcakes in every department from the basement housewares ¦to the 2nd floor fashions and from West Main Street right through to Lake Street. You 'll see these special values adver- tised in your newspapers and on AVPAC. You will also see new and unadvertiscd specials appearing every single dav through April 2. * * * CLOWN ACTS — In addition to S&N' s Treasure Chest clown the youngsters (and oldsters) r.ce going to be treated to a special clown on Friday afternoon and evening as well as Saturday of this week. AND THEN next weekend two special clown acts . . . on Friday evening (April I) from 8 to 8:30 p. m. TV' s Super Circus Clown \Blooper \ will ap- pear with his partner to per- form. The following day, Satur- day (April 2) will mark the ap- pearance of Ringling Bros. Cii'cus ' Ton Clown Earl Shipley here at S&N. + * * BLOOPER — Incidentally, Blooper is Will B. Able , popular actor , who will be appearing on April 2 and 3 at the Pateh- ogue Hotel in the Dormike pro- duction of (hat fine musical comedy \Spring Fancy \ . Tick- ets are available at S&N , as well as in other Patehogue stores. * * * Ri.YGLWG BROS. CIRCUS TICKETS — Each dav some for- tunate oerson shopping at S&N - receives two tickets to Ringling- Bros. Circus which is participat- intr with Swezey & Newins in bringing this Gfith Birthday Sale to Patehogue. Incidentally, Ring- ling Bros. Circus comes to Madi- son Square Garden on March 31 and will he in full swav until May 15. It is the thrill of a life- time for young and old. * * * WILD CIRCUS BEASTS — The youngsters are excited , the parents are happily surprised and _ everyone is loving those lifelike animated circus beasts scattered throughout S&. V . In our front window is a stalking panther , in front of the lingerie department is a 5 Vi -foot baby elephant , guarding all the gifts in the Treasure Cage is an ' 8-foot polar bear , while back in the children ' s department is a seal clapping his fins and balancing a ball on his nose . All of them are moving. We ran assure you the youngsters will love them. * * (: HELIUM-FILLED BALLOONS —Back in our main floor furni- ture department more helium tanks are expected today so that the youngsters mav receive their free helium-filled circus balloons. The response for balloons is ter- rific and several thousands of these balloons will be available. * * * THOUGHTS WHILE STROL- LING — People are fun and shopping can be lots more fun when there is excitement and activity such as is prevalent during this circus sale . . . children awe-stricken at tbe -animals . . . one lady asking how the animals are kept so neat . . . there ' s plenty more to tell but we are about out of space .. . NO come in and see for yourself . . . here is our . . . THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK -~h is S&N' s birthday but from now through Saturday, April 2, v«u will be getting the presents. It ' s our way of saying \thank you \ for your loyalty to S&N throughout , ' the years. We will always do our best to merit your confidence . ,#^J»-i&. THE F L O O R- f( J 3 ?^*lk WALKKK , S w e- ft^P=E)| ZL\ ' V & k ewins \~LLd£f cf Patehogue 57TH ANNIVERSARY T^t^X ^tZ si-licit! of Hi Denton Street . Caiman l/ike . Palchngiie. The llorn- scheiiis , former Richmond Hill residents , are the parents of live sons and two daiiulilrrs. They have 1\ grandchildren ami three great-grandchildren. Mr. Hornsclirin is Ml years old and his wife , Lorctta, 77. He is a former warehouse manager. xxuaxxxxxxxgoaxxxx^^ ' Lti.uwPTtfiLUMr.MiLrU i GRAND OPENING DAYS - Today, Friday, Saturday HUNDREDS AND HUNDREDS OF BIG MONEY SAVING VALUES 5 Ladies ' Accessories—Main Floor , Front Men ' s Dept. —Main Floor , Right Girls ' Dept. — Main Floor , Rear I } Ladies * ,. • J ! CU.^-. Ci„„t l_ /\M i no e-i - 'len s I-amoun Make Girls \ Drip Dry £ !±? m^Ii S mb^So^, ^ '- 98 $1 ^e ss Shirts reg. $4 to 5.95 2 for $5.90 Pajamas (4 to 14) reg. 1 .99 99c Neck Scarfs reg. to 1.98 2 for $1 ? w * * cT 0U8 cu- -_ * . „ A , 0 c e ,n <;ir,s ' (3 to ll) \ Lift U p Tray Jewel Boxes reg 3 98 2.98 Long SleeVe Sh,rts reg - $4 & $5 2 for 5J0 Skort Sets reg. 2.99 & 3.99 1 .99 & 2.99 f 5 New Sparkling Men ' s Wash Wear | \ Spring Jewelry reg. to 1 .98 ea. 2 for $1 P a J ama s reg. 2.99 & 3.99 2 for $5 Lingerie and Sleepwear—Main Floor , Left | i A A i • i \ R / I r*i ' n Men ' s (guaranteed ) i .,ai,.t * S Drir, nl S «.7 j^^. °° , r ;„ OTr Slfc Fine U \ 6 \\\\ \*• 79c & 89<: 59c Famous SHADOWUNE Fl m Quality | 5r ,SL SPS^b r S ^ CS 1.2 8 9 C % R&_Td£- ,e, 3.98 2.99 <-in ge He a„ d Sleepwea, ( S , W 40% OFF I M.. / -^l • r^i r> „. , ... Ladies ' I-anions values to .I.9S each C j Housewares , China , l_»lassware—Basement Men s l ine ^ n y ci: „„ jp p^tt; c 9 ( nr ARK c n-e. 1.9* ea. All Wool Sport Coats reg. to $3-5 19.95 Dacron CoUon Sll P s & Pettls 2 for 466 | j Jumbo Size Garment Bags 2 for $3 . \Men ' s Famous Make c ri. B . 1.29 «, Wash Wear Slax reg. to 9.95 2 for $11 Long PJ , Short PJ reg. 3.99 & 5.99 | Assorted Chair Cushions 2 for $1 ., ,, i( ,c0 shift Gowns , Nite Shirts 2.66 | Assorted Fine Cutlery 6 for $1 Lu ^age Set comp. value 21.95 1 7.88 Ladies 'N y lon Brief Panties reg. 1.19 79c | SheffieW Steel Steak Knife Set ' $1 D B °y s De P f - ~ 2nd Floor Foundations and Bras — Main Floor , Left I Vegetable Bins reg. 1 .98 88c B °y s Cotton Sox re 8 39c P r - 4 P r - $ l i. - » m „1IS I Un« starter Set reg . 5. 95 3.66 Danger (si \ rr) reg. 2.99 1.79 Maidenform Bras (si .„) reg. to 3.95 1 .59 5 Lj Uatchinir Snack or Hoys ' Famous Polished (si irr) Famous l'hantom S ¦Serving Tray or Coaster reg. $1 ea. 88c ea. Cotton Slax reg. 3.98- & 4.98 1.99 & 2.49 Panty Girdles (si irr) reg. to 1 0.95 4.99 | Win A Free Easter Outfit Yearly For The Rest Of Your Life f Or Any One Of Hundreds Of Gifts From S&N' s Treasure Cage I FULL DETAILS FROM ANY S&N SALESPERSON I Ladies ' Hosiery—Main Floor , Front Domestics — Main Floor , Rear Furniture and Rugs—Main Floor , Rear | I , ,. . „ „ ,, ,. Serta Comfort Mattress or | I l adies l ull i-asliionod Comfortabl,. Box Spring $59 value . $33 \ First Qualit y Sheer Nylons reg. 99c 50c Kapok Pillows reg. 2.99 2 for $3 (5 Year Cuaranu-i.) | Ladies ' Seamless or While . HoUv WOod Bed $79 value 59.95 I J Seamless Mesh Nylons , 1 st qual. 3 pr. $2.34 Zi ppered Pillow Ticks veg. 69c 2 for $1 S er»V | J «*¦ »* • »«• '\¦ • p • , . D .„ , 0 o r tl Sofa Beds each 69 . 95 value 2 for $99 | ! 1 ,. . o M • 1-1 1 r Printed Pillowcases reg. 69c 2 for $1 ... . .. ,,-,„„, . ? 5 Ladies sportswear—Main Moor , Lett ~ , ' , . IIQO RoauQQ R - i ' Tailored ct ti to 72\ ) Tole Lamps reg. to 12. VO o.y» to »•»» | J Ladies ' 1 a.u.uis Make Dacron Curtains leg 2 99 1 .99 Wool Blend Hooked Rugs—oval or oblong | \ 2 Pc. Coordinates reg. to 10. 99 - 5.99 „ _. . „ B , „„, 9x12 69.50 49.50 \ 3 Unfiled (.% to 72' ) o in 1 AH %f» AS. (in J i ndies ' Dacron Curtains reg. 4.99 2.99 ? x ' ° va,ue ° 5 . ™ * J en I I Matti que Better Blouses reg. 5.99 2.99 , . n . , T . fQ , f «, . -., ,„.,,» I 5 Linen Dish Towels reg. 69c ea. 3 for $1 Wool Blend Braided Rugs | 3 Ladies ' Coats and Dresses—2nd Floor Twil , , )r ,.„„ 9 x12 49.50 -34.50 I I i.i.di.-s ' I'ine Bates Bedspreads reg. 7.99 5.99 8x10 value 44.50 32.50 | 1 Cashmere Coats reg. values $ 100 $59 i-amous s.irefit 6 * 9 39.50 22.50 | 5 1 cAi ' P ~ i- D • • 17 00 1 in ca Ready Made Sli p Covers—Quincy Pattern One Low Pric<»—Any of These Sizes | J Ladies Poplin Raincoats 17.99 values 10.88 y cha{ts v re £ 9 . 99 6.99 Wool , Nylon or Viscose reg. to $89 \ I Ladies ' Better Dresses reg. 8. 98 up 2 for $11 Sofas reg. 19 . 99 1 3.99 9x12 , 12x15 , 12x12 , 12x18 , 12x10 59.95 J SALE PRESENTED WITH THE COOPERATION OF RINGLING BROS. CIRCUS \ APPEARING AT M^jfgN SQUARE GARDEN — MARCH 3l THRC^ ftfJ^^ L ii.niiiii 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 1 iiit 11 11 1 1 1.1 • • 1 1 ii • 1.1 1 1 1 1 :i'!i ; _; ; POULTRY and EGGS j I At Money-Saving Farm-to-You Prices I I Now Read y to Go ¦¦ J SQUAB BROILERS \ 1 2 for $1.00 Soup Chickens 25c lb. [ Fresh e«RS. Buy them at Cappy ' s Market , Eastport , or ? Z Stanley ' s Market , Riverhead. Other markets , restaurants , - 2 and hotels invited. - I LUKERT S FARM STORE \ Z IMNE STREET EAST MORICHES - Phone ATlantic 4-0127 Z T\|i l/l'-f^l 'I' ¦< I. l. 't. t< I -I :|\|. |i ,i;,|; ¦ T lM':|hl! l'il>i!.|: 'ii'i nli!l!r|' !i «. '¦:'¦;: |-| -1' I' ^IM I i l\l' 'l^ NUNC AUDITE MIHI«!£# .J£ crniann as he addresses four I'HS Latin schol- ars , left to right , William 1\ Muller , Alice Lip- poncr , Nancy Warner and JoAnn C' acioppe. \Cicero \ and his cohorts journeyed afar last week to the Wheatley School in Old Westbury with 1' aui Ryan , PHS Latin department head . for the annual Roman Banquet for Nassau and Suffolk high school students . JoAnn and fellow Patchotfuers remained here to reluctantl y guard the village gates while \Cicero \ and his phalanx re-created the old days. The Advance freely translates the caption heading as \Now hear this. \ —Wygand Photo

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