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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, March 31, 1960, Image 14

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RECENT OBITUARIES MRS. DORA M. VOLLGRAFF/ 91 of Holbrook Koad , Lake Ron- konkoma , died last Thursday at the Wittridjc re Nursinj r Home , Lake Ronkonkoma , after a lonp; illness. Born in Oradell , N. .1., she had Jived at the Lake for the past 54 years. Her husband , Theodore G. Vollgrafr , died in 1941. She leaves two sons , LeRoy Vollgrafr of Lake Grove and Theo- dore VolljjrafT Harrison of Lake Ronkonkoma , eie;ht grandchildren and 25 great-grandchildren. A funera l service was held at Raynor ' s Chapel , Sayville at I p. m., Saturday, with the Rev. Wil- liam Roser , pastor of St. John ' s Lu theran Church of Holbrook , of- ficiating, followed by interment in Green-Wood Cemetery, Brooklyn. PAUL E. POESCHEL , 71 , died March 20 at his home on Gatelot Avenue , Lake Ronkonkoma. Born in Germany, Mr. Poeschel had lived in Lake Ronkonkoma for 32 years. He was a retired painting contractor. He is survived by his wife , Martha; a son , Herbert of Santa Clara , Calif.; one grandchild and two brothers and one sister in Germany. Services were held Marc h 22 at the William J. E. Adatncc Funeral Chapel in Bohemia , with the Rev. Chester E. Strohl of Holy Cross Lutheran Churc h in Lake Ronkon- koma officiating. Cremation followed at the Wash- ington Memorial Crematorium , Coram. GABRIEL HORVATIl , 50 , of Hawkins Avenue , Lake Ronkon- koma , died March 22 in New York Hospital , New York. He was the proprietor of the H and II Bakery in Lake Ron- konkoma. Ue was a member of the Lions Club of the Ronkonkomas and the American Hungarian Literary So- ciety of Ronkonkoma. He is survived by his wife Helen; a daughter , Marion , and a son , Gabriel; three brothers , Frank of Ronkonkoma , Emery of New Rochelle and Edward of New York and two sisters in Europe. Services were held at 2 p. m. Saturday in the Joseph A. Weber Funera l Home , Lake Ronkonkoma , with interment following in Wash- ington Memorial Park , Coram. JOHN PREPSTER , 7(1 , died March 22 in the home of his brother-in-law and sister , Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stephens of 21 Creig h- ton Avi-nuc , Lake Ronkonkomn , with whom he had lived for several years. He is also survived by three half brothers , Nicholas Schaudel of Ronkonkoma , John Schaudel of Connecticut , Louis Schaudel of New Psvllz nnvl tv sistiv r , Mrs. Eliza Sinrn m of Lake Ronkonko- ma. Services were held at 9 a. m. Friday in the Joseph A. Weber Funeral Home. Interment followed in Lutheran Cemetery, Middle Village. MRS. ANNA CARLOPGII , Hi , of 7:1 Oak Street , I' alcliogue , died unexpectedl y March 21. Mrs. Carlough , a resident for many years of Center Moriches and Enstporl, was born in Ital y. She is survived b y a son , How- ard , of Center Moriches , live grandchildren and 11 great-grand- children. Rosary services were held at Hermann ' s Funeral Home , Cen- ter Moriches , at 8 p. in. last Wed- nesday. A requiem mass was held at St. John ' s R. C. Church , Center Moriches Inst Thursday. Interment followed ; ( t Mount Pleasant Ceme- tery, East Moriches. DR. DONALD FERGUSON. H<) , of Red Bridge Road , Center Mor- iches , died March 19. Dr. IVrgu- son was born in Falkirk , Scotland. April HI , 1870 . lie was a retired chiropractor ami had been living in the area more than . '10 years. Dr. Ferguson was a life mem- ber of the Thistle and Rose , Fre e and Accepted Masons of Scotland. He was a charier member of Han McDiilf . Order of Scottish Clan of New York City. Surviving are two sons, Donald of Oregon , and John of Center Moriches , two daughters , Mrs . Mary Burns of Center Moriches , and Mrs. Ethel Robinson of South Haven , two brothers , Alex of the Bronx , and Thomas of Florida , and a sister . Mrs. Jenny Robinson of Center Moriches. Services were held at 2 p. m. March 21 ;it tin? Moriches Funeral Home . The Rev . Joseph Livesay of tin- Presbyterian Church of \ the Moriches officiated. Interment fid- lowed at the faniilv plot . Mount Pleasant Cemetery. East Moriches. LILLIAN E. RAYNOR , 90 , of Manorville , died March 22 at the Todd Nursing Home in Southamp- ton. Born June 14 , 1809 in Manor- ville , she was a retired school teacher , and a member of Brook- field Presbyterian Church for 77 years. She is remembered by many as a Sunday School teacher , and until about 10 years ago was the church organist. She is survived b y two nieces , Mrs. Dorothy San- ford of Riverhead , and Mrs. Char- lotte Kelly of Haddonfield , N. J.; th ree nep hews , G. Hay den Raynor of Vancouver , Canada; Irving Ray- nor of Forest Hills , N. Y., and Walter Raynor of Manorville. Also surviving are 14 great-nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at I-irookfiold Presbyterian Church in Manorville at 2 p. m. Friday, the Rev. Joseph Livesay officiating. Interment followed in Brookfield Cemetery in Manor- ville. FRANK F. GOETZ , 06 , of Franklin Avenue , Mastic , died Marc h 17 at the Cedar Lodge Nurs- ing Home in Center Moriches after a brief illness. ¦ He was born November 13 , 1893 in Brooklyn and was a retired engineer. He was a member of the Mastic Taxpayer ' s Association. Survivors include his wife . Mrs. Mae Goetz of Mastic; three daugh- ters , Mrs. Marjorie Meyerhoefer of Massapeuua Park , Mrs. Cora Teuschler of Brooklyn , Mrs. Joan Fiquet of Queens Village; a son , Wesley Goetz of Queens Village ; Hi grandchildren , one great-grand- child; four sisters , Mrs. Agnes Bittor of Middle Village , Mrs . Mae Wolf of Glendale , Mrs. Louise Havey of Brooklyn , and Mrs. Eliza- beth Jacobsen of East Meadow. Funeral services were held at 2 p. m. March 20 at Herrmann ' s Funeral Home in Center Moriches conducted by the Rev. John Vignali of the Moriches Bible Protestant Church. Interment followed in Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in East Mor- iches. CHARLES J. Mc DERMOTT . 51 , died in New York City March . 19. He was a former resident of Mid- land Avenue , Mastic , for many years. Mr. McDermott was born June 9 , 1905 in New York City. He was a salesman. Survivors include one son , Charles McDermott , Jr. , of S pring- field Gardens; two daughters , Miss Dorothy McDermott of Elmont, Mrs. Patricia Wess of Fort Leon- ard , Mo .; two grandchildren , and two sisters , Mrs. Rosemary May and Mrs . Margaret Gerle both of Mastic. A rosary service was held at 8 p. m. March 21 at Herrmann ' s Funera l Home in Cente r Moriches with the Rev. Andrew Klarmann of St. John the Evangelist R. C. Churc h , Cente r Moriches , officiat- ing. A requiem mass was offered at 10 a- in. March 22 at. St. John the Evangelist R. C. Church. Inter- ment followed at Mt. Pleasant Cemetery in East Moriches . C. W. Ruland Sons INC. FUNERAL DIRECTORS J.hn R. Ruland , Lic. Msrr. More than 100 Years of Dependabl e Service 500 NEW NORTH OCEAN AVENUE . PATCHOGUE Phone GRover 6-0098 PETTIT FUNERAL HOME J HW H lb Thl» llomi- la IHdirstrd lo Thn» Who ' in Ktrrnnl Klwti Kt-poiw Herein, and )¦ For Hie Due and Comfort of 1U-U- tlv« and Frirndi. A. C. PKTTIT, Mr. Mirr. 12$ K. Msin HI. l' »trlio«n« Telephone GK OTCT 6-0052 Myron H. Lee , 63 , Dies , Ex-R'head Publisher KIVERHEAD—Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Reginald 11. Tuthill Funera l Home here for Myron II. Lee , fi. 'l , one-time publisher of the former Riverhead County Review. Mr. Lee , who had been in ill health for the past 18 months , died at Central Suffolk Hosp ital on Friday. He resided at 717 East Main Street , Riverhead. His father , the late Harry Lee , founded the paper , and was county GOP leader for many years in the early 1900' s. The paper was sold several years ago and is now known as the News-Review. Survivors are his mother , Mrs. Clara Lee of Riverhead; his wife , Louise; a brother , Robert of Brook- lyn; two sons , Robert of Plain- field , N. J.; and Harry of Colum- bus, 0.; and a daughter . Miss Nance Lee , of San Francisco , Calif. Baptisms Hi g hli g ht Witnesses ' Session The local congregation of Jehovah' s Witnesses resumed its regular meeting schedule this week after attending a three-day ad- vanced Bible training convention at the American Legion Hall in Grconport last weekend. Highlighting the convention Sat- urday was the baptism of 28 new Witnesses in a specially erected pool [it the Greenport Firehouse. Prior to their being baptized , Ken- neth li. Savoy, district supervisor of the Witnesses in the Long Is- land , New York area , addressed them on the subject , \Dedication and Kaptism. \ Sunday afternoon , Mr. Savoy ad- dressed mi overflow audience of I JUS on the subject , \Finding Peace in this Troubled World. \ At the first meeting following the assembly. Prank Ingiii , pre- siding minister of the local con- gregation , announced that Je- hovah' s Witnesses in the local area would put into immediate practice the suggestions for improving t heir ministry. ^^^M^B^aOh-^Bj^O^KMwBBaPAaHWBiaP j^PJdnB Robertaccio Funera l Home K. J. RO B ERTACCIO Lie. Mmnagar A Service That Satisfies... 8S MEDFORD AVENUE PATCHOGUE GRover 5-0135 ' BHK^^fSJJOP A»P FOR FAMILY- PREFERRED FOODS AND..., ' J Q / J^^^^2 AV A & P ' $ Fam0B$ \$u¦ - Ri9,,, \ Qua,| , » ML ^j mW ^ ^ y k ; :,:: , PORK LOINS f$ j§ P k g. OKe P l 9 65C RIB END—7 RIBS LOIN END RIB HALF—FULL CUT LOIN HALF—FULL OUT ^B^:\^£^^^^^^ / ef l6 ^ (NOT 4 OR 6 RIBS) Average 3-4 lbs. No Chops Removed No Ohops Removed ^^B&jii^jfi«£flV ^ Wesson Oil AF ( ftgc ^A c -M Ac l Uiifm. Sea food . ' , / ii ^ \Tl H ^V BmS ^B Fancy Quality f ,29° .. 53° £%J lb. t£ «JMb. 4# JB lb. wm B M lb. HALIBUT STEAKS 55? >— Swordfish Steaks ^ |b 59c dexo Sauerkraut m* 2 £. 29- Sauerkraut¦> * . \ 2 l' . 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