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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, March 31, 1960, Image 10

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NFWl \ YWFH^ are Sta,r S* «\K Ban l an<l Mrs - Herbert L. lVX- tll Li 1 yilUUO Caldwell , Jr. , who were married recently in SS. Peter and Paul' s R. C. Church, New Braunfels, Tex. Bride is the former Miss Elizabeth Weber of New Braunfels , Tex. NOW ne w J! METRECAL DIETARY FOR MEIRHT CtMXJtOL the easy scientific way to lose weight $]59 per can CALL SOL SIEGEL S PHARMACY GRover 5-2140 280 West Main St. Patchogue NUPTIALS CANTRELL—SCHLUETER Holy Cross Luthera n Churc h in Lake Ronkonkoma was the scene of a wedding at . 'ir. 'IO p. m. March li) when Miss Carol Louise Schlue- ter , daughter of Mr . and Mrs. Ed- ward Schlueter of Carlson Road , Lake Ronkonkoma , became the bride of Staff Sergeant Jesse S., Cantrell , son of Mr . and Mrs. Jesse ' Cantrell, Sr., of Washing ton Ave- nue , Centereach. The Rev. Chester S. Strohl officiated at the cere- mony performed befo re the altar decorated with bouquets of white flowers. The bride , who was escorted to the altar by her father , wore a street-length gown of white Brussels lace over ice blue taffeta , made b y her mother. The skirt had a scalloped hemline and the bodice was fitte d with a scalloped neck- line and long sleeves. Her shoulder- length veil was made of ice blue net and was attached to . an ice blue silver band. She carried a cascade bouquet of white gladioli , Japanese blue iris and stephanotis tied with streamers of white satin bab y ribbon. Mrs. Ruth Celantano of Palisades Park , N. J., a cousin of the bride , was matron-of-honor. Her gown Was royal blue and she carried a rnseanV bouquet of blue carnations and Japanese iris. . Andrea Jones of Lake Ronkon- koma was the flower girl . She wore a dress made of material similar to the bride ' s and carried a bouquet of Die same flowers. Abraham Cantrell of Lake U»n- koiikoma , a brother of !he bride- groom , was best man ami Edward SehUieter of Lake Ronkonkoma . a bn.tber o r the bride , was the usher. Following the ceremony, a re- ception was held in the American Legion Clubhouse on Church Street , Lake Ronkoiikunia. Mrs. Cantrell is a graduate of Freeprir! Hi gh SeJiool ami is em- ployed by Airb orne Inst ruments Laboratory, Melville , as a security clerk. Mr. (\ autre!! will leave for Eng- land ill llir\e weeks. He is servine in the Air Force. Mrs. Cantrell will join her husband in Eng land in six months. CALDWELL—WEBER Miss Elizabeth'Weber , daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Weber of New Braunfels , Tex., was mar- ried to Stall' Sergeant Herbert I.. Caldwell . Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Caldwell , Sr.. of Patch- ogue , recently in SS. Peter and i' atil R. C. Church. New Braun- fels. The Rev . Emil Wcsselsky per- formed the double ring ceremony. (liven in marriage by her father , the bride Wore a gown of white silk organza and Chatitill y lace with a train . The lace bodice was designed with long sleeves and had a bateau neckline overlaid with scalloped lace. The lace was repeated in app li que design on the full organza skirt. Her fingertip veil was held by a half-hat of lace and she carried a bouquet of carnations. The bride ' s attendants were her sister , Mrs. Joe Hartigan , matron- of-honor, and Mrs. Lewis Sarkozi. They wore blue linen sheath dresses and matching bandeaus of linen and lace. They carried bou- quets of yellow gladioli. Joe Hartigan was best man and Lewis Sarkozi was groomsman. Frank Weber and John Weber were ushers. Mary Margaret and Joe Mark Weber , sister and brother of the bride, were flower gii-I and ring bearer. A reception was held in St. Mary ' s Hall. A summer vacation trip to New York is p lanned bv Sgt. and Mrs. Caldwell. Sgt. Caldwell is in the Air Force and stationed at Ran- dolph Air Force Base . KERN—J ACKSON St. Mark' s Evangelical Luthera n Church , Ridge , was the scene of a wedding at -1 p. m. Sunday when Miss Dorothy Rose Jackson , daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson of the Bronx and granddaughter of Mrs. Leo Wagner of William Floyd Parkway, Ridge , was mar- ried to Theodore Henry Kern, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kern of the Bronx. The Rev. Harold Drum officiated at the double ring ceremony, before the altar decorated with white flowers. The bride , who was escorted to the altar by her father , wore a ballerina-length Chantilly lur e gown , with a fitted bodice and full skirt. Her fingertip veil was edged with Alencon lace and held in place by a crown of seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of white carnations and centered by a white orchid. Miss Jeannie Bloyne of the Bronx was maid-of-lionor . She wore a ballerina-length lavender hue gown made with a fitted bodice and full skirt. She carried a bouquet of peppermint striped carnations. The bridesmaid , Miss Linda Liiisenbaith of Ridge , wore a mint- green chiffon , ballerina-length gown and carried a bouquet of yellow carnations. Vincent (iianqnsplo of t he Bronx , was the best man. John Jackson , Jr., brother of the bride , and Herbert Wagner , uncle of the bride , were the ushers. Following the ceremony a re- ception was held in the Medford Bra u Haus in Medford. The bride is a former student of Port Jefferson High School, and the bridegroom is employed in a food store in the Bronx. KING—ADAMS The Second Baptist Church of Fayetteville , N. C , was the scene of a wedding at 7:30 p. m. March 19 when Miss Carolyn Adams , daughter nf Mr. and Mrs. James Adams of 11 (i C Street . Fayette- ville , N. C, became the bride of Private First Class Ernest King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar King of fit! Corey Avenue , Blue Point. Given in marriage b y her father , the bride was attired in a floor- length gown of white net over satin with a shoulder-leng th veil. She carried an arm bouquet of mixed white flowers. After the ceremony a reception was held at the home of the bride ' s parents . The bride and bridegroom re- turned home to Blue Point with the bridegroom ' s parents , where they spent a few days, returning in a ear which was a wedding gift of his parents. The couple will reside in an apartment in Fayetteville while Private King is stationed at F' ort Bragg. Then they expect to make their home in Blue Point. ALLEN—SHUMAKER The marriage of .Miss Ardith Elinor Shumaker to Robert T. Allen was soleminized at I p. in. Saturday in Christ Churc h , Ridge- wood , by the Rev. Alfred J. Miller. Miss Shumaker is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Shumaker of Wvekoff , N. J. Mr. Allen is the son of Mrs. Lester C. Allen of Patchogue and the late Mr. Alien. Mr. Shumaker gave his daughter in marriage. She was attired in a white silk organza waltz-length gown , featuring an apron skirt. Her elbow-length veil fell , from -i matching cap and she carried a cascade of white roses . Mrs. Howard G. Rionecker was matron-of-honor for her sister , and Miss Diane Magri was maid-of- honor. They wore matching chiffo n gowns of graduating blue shades with dark blue accessories. Their cascade bouquets were of white roses and blue carnations. Peter J. Bergen of Brooklyn, served as best man , and Howard Rieneeker of Oakland , N. J., was the usher. Mrs. Allen , a graduate of Green Mountain College , Vt„ is with Warwick & Legler , Inc., New York advertising agency. Mr. Allen is a graduate of Pat- chogue High School , attended the New York Institute of Finance , and is a security analyst with Granger and Company, New York City. ryi wyvwavaniMiio*TtfWAf-^iffMnraT«n alilAlw>AaviftnniMMUWMWMMM^ --- \ ---¦ lljF EASTER BONUS ^|g? PILLOWS inn CLEANED V Jf & STERILIZED ^s NEW TICKING IF REQU I RED 1.00 EXTRA — Reg. 1.50 APRIL 2 THROUGH APRIL 16 BLUE mm/ aundtti i jf l * / PATCHOGUE STORES BLUE POINT 385 Eart Main Street Park St. at the Plant or call EMeraon 3-6000 for Pickup and Delivery Activities of Interest in Patchogue - (Zty? Patrijaiju? Adiumr? - Women and their World « —» Page Two — Section Two Thursday, March 31 , 1960 March is a special month in the ' I' mil Roman family: Mr. and .Mrs. Roman of Kvi -rett Slreet celebrated their fifteenth wedding anniver- sary March \2. Their daughter , Nancy Ann , celebrated her fourl ii l.irlhd. - iy March 2~ < and Mrs . Roman will observe her birthday .March :u. The I' atclingiie Garden and Civic Ciub met recently in the Patclioguo Klectric Light Company Commun- ity room and John Murp h y of the Oak Park Nurseries gave a talk on \Preparing Our Gardens and Yards for Planting. \ Mr. Murphy gave the members many helpful bints. Hostesses were Mrs. Doro- thy Marshall and Mis. Florence Smith. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Associated Food Market , Caprino ' s Stationery, Caruso ' s Stationery, Paradise Luncheonette. Chiuchiolo ' s Stationery and El- bert' s Market in Patchogue. —Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Alvah L. Oilman of 09 Terry Road are the parents of a daughter, Pamela Ann, born March 2-1 ' at Rrookhaven Memorial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Oilman have another daughter . Patrice Marie , who is nine and a half years Colonel Josiah Smith Chapter , Daughters of the American Revo- lution , was represented b y Miss Laura G. Kbeli , regent , Monday at the thirty-ei ghth birthday luncheon of Anne Gary Chapter. OAR , of Horkville Centre. Mrs. Henry Ror- iiian is regent of the chapter. Mrs . (• \ rank Cuff , New York State Reitent , was guest speaker. The Golden Age Social Club of Patchogue met at PHLCO last Thursday with George Vollmer persiding. It was decided to lower the age limit to . r >. r > years of ago to permit more people to enjoy the club. Klection of officers took place. The following is the new s ' ate: George Vollmer , president; Mrs. Martha Novinski , first vice president: Charles Katt au. second vice president: Mrs. Julia Reic-hort , financial secretary; Mrs. Mary Worthington , treasurer; Mrs. Wil- ma Perry, recording secretary; Mrs. Martha Waltman . birthday cards . Refreshments were served by Mrs. Novinski and Mrs. Daisy Pipiikensteiti. . The next meeting will be held April M. William Lambert of Keeseville, formerly of Patchogue , died at his home Tuesday afternoon. Funeral services are to he held this after- noon. Mr. Lambert lived here for a number of years. At that time he was part owner of the Montauk Drug Store on South Ocean Ave- nue, and resided on Bailev Avenue. He is survived by his wife , Mary. At a recent business meeting of Patchogue Chapte r . Women of the Moose, in Moose Hall . Mrs. Adele Torre , junior regent , was acting senior regent because of , the illness of Mrs. Isabelle McDonnell , senior regent. Mrs. Joan Hewitt home- making chairman , told that her committee was having a , free grab bag on their chapter night, April i:?. All gifts are being donated by the committee. A social hour followed. Mrs. Blanche Worthing- ton received the Ha-Ha award and Mrs. Mary Hansen , a special pwnrd. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Kcause Delicatessen. Mac & Julie Stationery, Snanish- American Grocery Store , Mario ' s Stationery, Medford Avenue Sta- tionery, and Mc Carthy ' s Lunch- eonette in Patchogue. —Adv. A bagel and lox party for the benefit of the Mr. and Mrs. Club of Temple Beth-Kl was held Sat- urday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Friedman at 271 Cedar Avenue. Present, were: Mr. and Mrs. Stanley S.ilsberg, Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Chaskin , Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wolfe, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Chaskin , Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Botwinik , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Krnuse and Mr. and Mrs. Arninnd Siegel. Mrs. Robert Wolfe of Levittown, a former pro- fessional dancer , entertained the group. At another bagle and lox party for the same organization , this one held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Heyman at 180 Rider Avenue, the group present consisted of Mr. and Mrs. Rod Siebert , Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fine , Mr. and Mrs. William Kellman , and .Mr. and Mrs. William Gold- fein. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crevoiserat of Beatrice Court celebrated their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary Saturday night with a party for 15 relatives and friends at the American Legion Hall in Bohemia. A buffet supper was served and dancing was enjoyed to the music of the \Melody Aces. \ The Patchoeup Advance is on sale at: Meyer ' s Delicatessen , Mid- way Luncheonette. Minardi' s Deli- catessen. Murphy ' s Grocery. No- vick' s Super Market and Otto ' s Stationery in Patchogue. —Adv. Wayne Crevoisera t , son of Mr. and Mrs . Russell Y' revoiserat of Beatrice Court, arrived home Fri- day to spend his week-long Spring vacation here. Wayne is a student at Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, Mass. Mrs. Marvin Van Essendelft of West Sayville , the formeu Miss Flora Densing, of Oak Street , Pat- chogue , was the guest-of-honor at a stork shower given by Mrs. Lois O ster and Mrs. May Buys , both of West Sayville , Friday night. Among those who attended were Mrs. Harry Doering of East Pat- chogue , Mrs. George Densing of Blue Point , Mrs. Elsie McDonald , Mrs. Frank Batey and Mrs. Walte r Batey of Patchogue. The Senior Ladies ' Aid Society of Emanuel Lutheran Church met last week with Mrs . Fred Oeser presiding. Mrs. Conrad Russell and Mrs. Fred Warncke were hostesses. An anniversary luncheon for mem- bers will be held April 27 in the church basement. Mrs. Walter Nulty is chairman of the affair. A special meeting will be held this week at the home of Mrs . Nulty to plan for a \Bakeloss Bake Sale. \ Mesdames Fred Bouquet , Edward Moger and Ludwig Wohr are the committee. ' Miss Sue Ditmars of Shore Road and Miss Sue Hantke of Butler , N. J. , left Saturday morning by BOAC for College Week in Ber- muda. Miss Ditmars and Miss Hantke , who are classmates at Douglass College , will stay at the Elbow Beach Surf Club. ' Sanford Blumenthal will speak on \New Ang les on Social Secur- ity \ at the Patchogue unit of the Home Extension Service , at 10 a. m. Tuesday. A sandwich lunch- eon will take p lace at 12:30 p. in. followed by a business meeting at 1 )i. m. Miss Elaine L. Reed, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clive E. Reed of 65 West Lakewood Street , will perform with the Crane Choru s and Symphony orchestra when they present Virgil Thomson ' s \Requiem Mass, \ May M and 15. Miss Reed is now home from State University of New York , College of Education , at Potsdam , during the Spring vacation. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Robinson ' s Dairy, Sack' s Stationery, Sal' s Delicatessen, Robert ' s Stationery, Siegal' s Drug Store , Zanga ' s Delicatessen , Shaber ' s Luncheonette and Frank' s Delicatessen in Patchogue. —Adv. Miss Cheryl Joann Meli of 198 Union Avenue , East Patchogue , celebrated her seventh birthday March 2' .i with a part y at the home of her aunt , Mrs. Eugene Chanip- lin of 48 Northridge Street. The rooms were decorated with balloons . Her guests were Eugene and Ralph Champlin, George Meli , Peter Piretti. Donna and Patricia Ger- ard , Debra , Victoria and Kathe- rine Duniont. A 1 s o Mesdames Frank Poretti. Peggy Dumont. Beatrice Gerard and Paul Meli. Earl Ackerly of Hialeah . Fla., formerly of Patchogue , is spend- ing several days here with his brother-in-law and sister , Mr. and Mrs. Wade Davidson of River Avenue. Their father , Robert Ack- erly, is a patient in Brookhaven Memorial 1 Hospital . Mr. Ackerl y spent part of the winter with Mr . and Mrs. Ackerly in Hialeah . Miss Barbara Dearborn is spending two weeks ' vacation with her uncle and aunt , Master Ser- geant and Mrs. Donald Keller , and their children , Nancy, Gregory and Patricia , in Homestead , Fla. Yand MORE mi B j lk BROADLEAF \ THIS BIG IwJ EVERGREENS 1 y -nr-C I ^^BP^ Rhododendron (red) snd A^^T%) k. frttX. I 2 Aralea (pink). Selected j MpA 1 • a nfi La winter-hardy specimens , dense and MSC !•¦ _ 1 fiftl ALU «4J^ shopely. An outstanding value. 4- KJ I I VH|__ t ^^ y°» t ransplants , lr-lo \ high, ^ L\ \^ f^l /ff^ ORNAMENTAL I ?-1M\ 1 1^7 TRANSPLANTS 1 J- V*C-Jll ^UMmmW s each—Capitate Yew ,<#(VPX. -zxJft&Sk ^BB ^ (Upright), Cuspidate Yew ^UA 6 - *0 . P iljn (Spreader), PfiUcr Glsuca Hetzi K^W]fH B *. <^r . 1 (Blue Spreader). A beautiful orna- Kjy cPf - ^'HgBSSM mental collection. 4-year trans- m K m^mW * * 00**^^ plants , 8M2\ high. ^B^P^ Sags Pike s Peak Nurseries BBBBBBBBBB V BBB I I NDIANA 70 , P ENNSYLVANIA MB HOMEMAKERS tie gWen ^ha ™ ™ to \ display their abilty as they bake cookies at Patchogue Electric Light Company, under super- vision of Mrs. lone Justice and M rs. Anna Hoff- man of I'ELCO. The Brownies , who also toured PELCO , are. front row , left to right, Sandra Romeo , Fern Horwitz , Joan Krug, Rochelle Spiro , Roberta Faberstein; second row , left to right . Barbara Carleton , Lynn FalkofI , Rita Ma- honey, Eileen Danziger, Nancy Waldbauer. Patty Francesco and Sylvia Turner. Accompanying the Brownies were , back row , left to right, Mrs. Julius Spiro , Mrs. Bernard Horwitz and Mrs. Saul Danziger. wE^S ^ Sr i ^ TB &B^Bn Hi^ BP^^l^^iflEaSlifl , r < 98SS31ffl8' ¦fe „. .. ^i^^^^si wtii)«»»; . . ' , \\\\assy _ ¦ •» . The « .. - .. 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