Congregation Re l ives Colonial Past Of H istoric Old South Haven Church TIME TURNED BACK— \\\^ guests of Brookhaven-South Haven Presbyter- ian Church viewed re-enactment of historical moments of old South Haven Presbyterian Church Sunday. Attired in Colonial costume are George Csabon , Jr., as dispatch rider , and Har- old Euler as William Floyd. By Mary Alburgcr < SOUTH HAVEN—The old South Haven Presbyterian Churc h should serve two or three more centuries; claimed the Rev. Charles A. Kel- logg, pastor of the Brookhaven- South Haven Presbyterian Church Sunday afternoon at an open house held in the church building which dates back to 1828. Countless numbers of persons dropped by during the afternoon , •;and about 135 persons were pres- ent to hear the Rev. Mr. Kellogg read the history of the South Haven Church as written for the program by. Thomas Bayles , well- known Long Island historian. The Rev. Mr. Kellogg invited his audience , many of whom have been interested in the preservation of the old churc h , to take notice of the disp lay of the Daniel Web- ster cherrywood fish , two llepplc- white chairs , two pewter collec- tion plates and hymnals donated to the church by the Osborn Shaw estate , foundation stones , which were originally ballast in sailing ships and other articles as well as the grave of David \Priest\ Rose. Miss Laura Kbell of Patchogue , becomingly attired in a costume of the period of the American Revolu- tion , who had written and directed the- historical scene about to be recnacted was next introduced. She paused f or sounds of rebellion from four-month-old Rebecca Kel- logg, who in her mother ' s arms , with heirloom cap and an Ameri- can flag clutched in a 'baby ' fist , played her part in another historic moment of the church. Sitting in the beautiful old church in surprisingly comfortable pews , the audience felt itself a part of the dramatic scene that ended with t h e beginning of American patriotism. A ppropriate- ly costumed for the scene were the Rev. Mr. Kellogg as David Priest Rose; Harold Euler as William Floyd; Welcom Brewer as Nathaniel Woodhull; Ernest Sykes as Abram Woodhull; Ralph Tavlor as Thomas Fanning; Louis Wright as William Smith , Esq.; Beno Stadler as George Weed; Earl Light as Abner Reeve; George Csabon , Jr., as dispatch rider; Har- old Sylvester as Colonel Josiah Smith; Keith Rose and Roy Tay- lor as enlistees and Mesdames Peter Paige , Byron Athanasiou and Earl Light as voices from the congregation. The open house was presented by the Church Campaign Prepara- tion Committee with Mrs. Athana- siou as chairman , assisted by Har- old Sylvester and Mesdames Peter Paige , Earl Light and Edward der Mateosian. Refreshments were served by the Women ' s Associ- ation of the church and photo- graphy done by Marshall Bull. The decision that the old church should continue in history was made in March when the congrega- tion of the Brookhaven-South Haven Church resolved to move the old church to a G.5 acre tract of land at South Country and Beaver Dam Roads bought last year. Moved to the hilltop, ren- ovated and enlarged , the estimated cost was given as $60 , 000. The local Presbyterian Church will be campaigning for funds during the moiith of May in order to carry out the restoration. They have adopted as their by-word \To rebuild the past and conquer the future. \ EVERGREENS Globes and Golden Tippe d Plumosas , 15 to 18\ $1.50 each Jun i per Hetzi Glauca , 3 to 4 ft $6.00 each YEWS— Taxus Cap itata , 2 to 3 ft $3.00 each Taxus Cusp idata , 15 to 18 in $2.50 each Taxus Hatfields and Hicksi $2.00 each All Shrubs Passed N. Y. Sfale Health Inspection this Spring Any Evening after 5:30 or All Day Weekends W. KALINOWSKI CHAPEL AVENUE BROOKHAVEN Clocks and Watches of all Types Repaired 139 MAIN STREET BELLPORT, N. Y. Tel. BEIlport 7-0860 BELLPORT — A dessert card party sponsored by the Rosary Altar Society of Mary Immaculate R. C. Churc h will be held tonight in the church auditorium on Brown ' s Lane. Attractive table awards and special award s will be given out during (he evening. .Mrs. William Patanju is chairman. Rosary Altar Societ y ' s Card Party Set Toni ght Fix L' p. Clevin (p, p.tinl Up Roofing and Repairs CALL SHERR Y CONT RACT ORS GRover 5-4444 GIVE YOUR CHILI) A GLORIOUS SUMMER AT M EQUITATION LODGE \^^^^ a , THOMAS SCHOOL of HORSEMANSHIP ^ J TW * A Summer Day School for Boys and Girls fi-Hi. Monday - Friday — 10-5 The Very Best Instruction in RIDING • SWIMMING • SPORTS • CRAFTS For Free Folder Tel. EMerson 3-6770 BELLPORT N EWS ITEMS Mnrsarrt W arner , BEIlport 1-065S The Society of Christian Service of the Bellport Methodist Church will have a furniture sale Satur- day, starting at 11 a. m., on the lawn of the Wesley House. For any further information , call Mrs. Alice Hawkins at BEIl port 7- 0190M. About 22 guests attended a sur- prise baby shower g iven for Mrs. Robert Terwiiliger of Circuit Road Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. John Dayton of Country Club Road. Mrs. Robert Brown of Main Street was co-hostess. ' Mr. and Mrs . James Vaughan and famil y of North Howell' s Point Road visited Mr. Vaug han ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. John Vaug han of Brockport , and Mrs. Vaughan ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sutliff of Troy, over the Easter holiday. Bellport Fish Market — Fresh Dail y. BEIlport 7-0710.—Adv. Easter Sunday, Mr . and Mrs. Walter Ebersole and family of Genera l McLean Drive motored to Hershey, Pa., to spend six days with Mr. Ebersole ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ebersole. Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Pfeiffe and their four sons of South Coun- try Road returned home Sunday from a 17-day trip to Florida where they visited Mr. Pfeifle ' s parents , Mr . and Mrs. Louis Pfeifle at Key Biscayne. Dr. and Mrs. Donald Borg and family of South Country Road spent the Easter holiday with Mrs. Borg ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. A. Edgar Aub of Cincinnati , 0. Dr. Borg flew on to Chicago, 111. , to attend a scientific conference. Mrs . G. Edwin Cool has re- turned to her home in Newport Beach , Calif., after a three month s ' visit with her son and daughter- in-law , Dr. and Mrs. Rodney L. Cool of South Country Road. Diane Zavesky, daughter of Mr . and Mrs. Charles Zavesky of Cir- cuit Road , celebrated her sixth birthday with a part y at her home Saturday afternoon. Fifteen of her classmate s attended the celebra- tion. Mr. and Mrs . Dew. -ird Eades and family of George Court spent the Easter vacation with their parents in Louisville and Richmond , K y. On Easter Sunday, a daughter , Catriona Mary .lean , was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald MaeKonzie of George Court at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital. The MaeKen- zies have two sons , Hugh and Ian. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sp inner of North Howell' s Point Road spent the Easter vacation in Hollywood Beach , Fla. SPRING CLEAN UP DAYS , Tuesday and Wednesday, May 3rd and 1th. All rubbish that cannot be burned must be placed near the street for collection. —Adv. Chris Strcit , son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Streit of Brown ' s Lane and Tnpher Small , son of Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Small of Otis Lane , returned last week from a five-day visit with Bruce Grean of Schenectady. Douglas Harrow , infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harrow of Circuit Road , was christened at Mary Immaculate R. C. Churc h Sunday afternoon. The godparents are John Lockwood and Mrs. Mi- chael Auletti. Mr. and Mrs. Har- row entertained family and friends at. a bulle t supper following the ceremony. Recently, a surprise bab y show- er was given for Mrs . Richard Harrow by Mrs. Leo Kirchgessner of Farm-to-Markct Road. Co- hostess was Mrs. John Lockwood of General McLean Drive. Guests present at the shower were Mes- dames Roger Hamlvn , Roger Ham - lyn , Jr., Leonie Alieu , Walter Harrow , Ethel Harrow , Ruth Rich- ardson , Floyd Hassell , Michael Auletti , Guy Relethford , Maurice Beebe, Karl Kirchgessner, Frank Carasiti , Frederick Gillesp ie , Louis Ripperger and Matthew Merolla. Dr. and Mrs. Walton Shreeve and famil y of South Howell' s Point Road spent the Easter vaca- tion with their parents at Muneie and Indianapolis , lnd. On their re- turn tri p they traveled the back- roads of Virginia and Kentucky and visited at Monticello and Gettysburg, Pa. Points of interest visited by the Harvey McChesnoy famil y of Bell- port Lane on their Easter vaca- tion motor tri p were Charleston , S. C , the Smoky Mountains , the Biltmore Mansion at Ashcville , N. C , the Blue Rid ge Mountains and Monticello . Brown ' s Garage. Tel. BEIl port 7-0229. —Adv. Many Bollporfors attended the Antique Ciub meeting in Setauket Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Morg f' zaja of South Howell' s Point. Ifciad re- turned home hist week from an IK-day tri p to Florida . They drove down the Kast coast of Florida to Key West , then drove back on the Gulf side of Florida . They visited the following former resi- dents of Heliport: Mr. and Mrs . Ray Rnthkamp, Mrs . Mark Smith , and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coleman , who were the orig inal owners of t)i<> .Sweet Shoppe in Heli port . Mr. and Mrs . John Binningtoii and family of Brown ' s Lane spent Faster vacation with Mr. and Mrs . .1. WesJev Nottingham of Mardelu S prings . Md. New residents on Otis Lane are Mr. and Mrs . Norman Cummins and family who moved here from West. Islip Jiist week. The chil- drens ' names are Kathryn , Clif- ford , Carol , Constance , and Chris- topher. Mr. Cummins handles real estate , and his wife is an interior decorator. The annual inspection and drill of the Bellport Fire Department will take place at 6:30 p. m. Sat- urday at fire headquarters. It will be followed by a dinner and dance at 8 p. m. at the Brau Haus in Medford . Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence O'Reilly and family of Circuit Road re- turned last Thursday after a visit with their parents , Mr. and Mrs. John Mullins of Hudson and Mr. and Mrs. John O'Reilly of Water- town , over the Easter vacation. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Potter and children , Larry and Jane , of Roger ' s Avenue returned from a few days ' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Snow and fam- ily of Bethesda , Md. The Snows gave a party Saturday night for the Potters and their friends from the Washington area. Weekend houseguests of Mr. and Mrs . Joseph DiNaro of Fuoco Street were Mr. and Mrs. Angelo DiNaro of Brooklyn , who- were here to attend the wedding of Miss Rosemarie DeLiva Sunday. A surprise baby shower was held at the home of Mrs. Francis Her- mus of North Brewster Lane last Wednesday night for Mrs. Schul- yer Corwin of South Haven. Co- hostesses were Mrs. Richard Val- entine and Mrs. William Hermus. Those present were Mesdames C. R. Arthur , Sr., William Engle- hardt , Raymond Westervelt , Frank Corwin , Theodore Arthur , Chester Arthur , Jr., William Valentine , Ro- bert Wayte , George Hawkins , and Wilbur R. Corwin. For your fabric and yarns Tots- N-Cott on s , Bellport. —Adv . Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hermus of North Brewster Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Arthur , Jr. , of North Howell' s Point Road spent the weekend at the Victoria Hotel in New York City. They attended the automobile show at the Coliseum. Arriving Friday for a five-day visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Peter of Bellport Lane were their son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ruggles and daugh- ters of Marblehead , Mass. A birthday party was given for Re- becca Ruggles , who is seven , and for Molly, five , at their grand- mother ' s home Saturday after- noon. The guests were Susan Gib- son , Mary Lee and Judith Hughes, and Pamela Love Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Heede and son , Martin , of South Country Road have returned from a two weeks ' vacation in Florida. Their son , Conrad , a sophomore at Holy Cross College , Worcester , Mass., motored down to Florida with classmates and visited his parents in Carol Gables. Miss Peggy Richardson , daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rich- ardson , Sr., of North Howell' s Point Road , spent her Easter vaca- tion with her cousins , Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smack of Berlin , Md. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Calkins , Jr.. of Bieselin Road celebrated their seventh wedding anniversary with dinner at Three Village Inn , \ Stony Brook , Monday night. On Friday. Mrs. Calkins ' parents , Mr. aiid Mrs. Frank Miller of Flushing and her uncle , Ferdinand Sauer of Elm- hurst , spent the day with the Cal- kinses. Dr. and Mrs. Lee Fair of South Country Road left April 1(1 for Portland , Ore., where Dr. Fan- gave lectures. Be returned home Monday night. Mrs. Farr went to Beverly Hills , Calif., to visit her mother , Mrs. C. P. latter, before returning to Bellport. Last week , Peter Paige of Bell- port Lane spent a few days iii Chicago , 111., on a business tri p. Mr. and Mrs. John Elliott of New York City will be guests of the Paiges this weekend. Mrs. John Snedcker and chil- dren of Buy Crest Lane arrived home Friday from a three weeks ' visit with her parents , Mr. and Mrs. Bohun Kinloch of Charleston . S. C. Continued on page 3 , this section Bellport Ladies ' Bowling League Awards Made BROOKHAVEN — The Bellport Ladies ' League held its sixth annual bowling diiiii. -r Monday night at the Better 'Ole Restaurant here. Awards for the past bowling season were presented and com- mittees for the following season were elected. The awards were as follows: First p lace team: Progress Im- provement Co ., Inc., Helen Gordon , captain, An n Corwin , Shirley Han- son and Bert Lockwood; second place: Relethford Carpentry, Ollk Relethford , captain , Jean Pernio . Pat Arthur and Agnes Regalmuto; third place: Wallen ' s I. G. A., Mary Wallcn , captain . Dot Valen- tine , Dot Kanas and Kay Satter- ley; fourth place: Palermo and Dobrie , Rosa White , captain , Helen Dobrie , Liz Warner and Olga Roe . Individual trop hy awards were: High average . .Marge Hermus: high score , Marge Hermus and Jean Perino; high series , Marge Hermus; most improved , Mary Van Der /aim. Committ ee for the forthcoming year is as follows: Ginny Valen- tine , president. Liz Warner, sec re- tary ; Peggy Hermus , recording secretary a n d Dot Waldron , treasurer. The new captai ns elected are Barbara Wayte , Dot Valentine , Ginny Valentine , Tedda Hawkins , Shirley Hanson. Liz Warner , Dot Waldron and Ann Corwin. The Trophy committee: Agnes Regalmuto , Rose Trotter and Beverly Perino. Sweepstakes were bowled flic last night, of the season. Winners were : First p lace . Tedda Hawkins and Kay Satterley; second place , Marge Hermus and Mary Wallen; third place, Ann Corwin and Mary Van Der Zalm. Parents of 6th , 7th Graders Invited to Special Meeting BELLPORT—A meeting speciall y designed for the parents of sixth and seventh grades will be held by the Central District 4 Junior-Senior High School Parent-Teacher Association in the high school auditorium at 8 p. ni. next Thursday. After the business meeting, at which a nominating committee will be selected , the program , en- titled \Problems Unique to Seventh and Eighth Graders , \ will be pre- sented by Guidance ^ Director Joseph Pascale. Mr. Pascale will speak on the persona! problems of the students as they begin this new p hase of their education , the curriculum , the marking system , extra-curricular activities , the importance of the guidance progra m and other relat- ed subjects. Questions may be asked at any time during his talk. This progra m will be of special interest to par- ents of the present sixth graders who will enter Junior Hi gh School in the Fall. Refreshments will be served. BELLPORT — The East Patch- ogue Parent-Teacher Association will hold its annual food and cake sale from 10 a. in. to 1 p. m. Sat- urday for the benefit of the Bell- port High School Scholarship Fund at Paul' s Fish Market here. East Patchogue PTA Sets Benefit Cake Sale Saturday Hawkins Gul f Garage 11 STATION ROAD BELLPORT Irving Te rwillige r and Clifford Miller , props. All Types Automobile Repairs Free Pickup and Delivery Telephone BEIl port 7-0185 . I'LL BE RIGHT BACK - AS SOON AS I PICK UP A PRESCRIPTION AT III C AC Jj PHMtMlCY J e LOCAL TRADEMARKS, I DC <mpt> UWIfi KNIGHT . PK.«. SIHC * I90O Iki,. BB - 7-0079 FREE PRESCRIPTION DELIVERY EMERGENCY TEL. AT 6-8588 MLLPORT. L.I. School Budget Airing Today; Silverstein—Marchiano Race BELLPORT —A public hearing on the proposed 1 960-61 bud get for Central School District 4 will be held at 8 p.m. today in the new hi g h school auditorium here . It has also been an- nounced that copies of the bud get are now available for distribution to the pub- lic and are obtainable at the office of each school. Voting on the budget will take place at the annual district meet- ing to begin at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the new high school auditorium , as well as voting on increased trans- portation , a Summer music pro- gram and the Summer recreational program. The proposed bud get for the coming fiscal year totals $2 , 109 , - 103.80 , a $18:1555 , increase over last year ' s budget, with an esti- mated five-cent increase in the tax rate to $8.99 per $100 of assessed valuation. An estimated receipt of $l ,2()4 , r.0G in state aid will leave the amount to be raised by local taxes at $89 1 , 307.48. Teachers ' sal- aries account for the largest in- crease in the bud get , due to a re- vised salary schedule, annual in- crements and addition of eight new teachers to the staff. Increased sal- aries for custodians and secretarial hel p and increased library person- nel and additional athletic facili- ties are other items that contribute toward the total increase in the budget. Board Candidates On Wednesday, voting will take place on candidates to fill four seats on the board of education. There will be one contest , for posi- tion held by John Donohue , who re- signed. Natale O. Marchiano and Milton M. Silverstein are the can- didates who have filed petitions of candidacy for this post , both for a one-month term until June 30 and for a one-year te rm . Jack Brandi of -Mi l Amsterdam Avenue , Kast Pa tchogue; David E. Alhur- ger of Beaver Dam Road , Brook- haven, and Daniel E. Koshland , Jr., 30 Heliport Lane. Bell port , are all running unopposed , the first two for one-yea r terms and the latter for a two-year term. Voting on the candidates will be from '2 to 9 p.m. in the new hi gh school auditorium. Mr. Marchiano lives at Gfil Post Avenue, Bellport Manor , with his wife and five children and has been a resident here for over five years. He is a district agent for the Pru- dential Life Insurance Company and since coming to this area has been active in civic work, having been an early member of the North Bellport Taxpayers ' Association , :in active worker in the Boy Scouts and a member of the Citizens ' Council of Centra l School District 1. Mr. Silverstein is a resident at 729 Bellport Avenue , Bellport , with his wife and three children , Alan , 12: F.llen. Ill; and Onry, CVfe . A teacher in social studies at Nowfield High School , Centereach , be is a graduate of Northern State Teachers College , Aberdeen , S. Dak., where he received a bache- lor of science degree in education . He did graduate work at Adelphi College. During the Summer , Mr. Silverstein operates the Camp Silver Dav Camp in Blue Point. WE DON'T SERVE f-^jp ^ffi TEA , BUT ... | V~ J^ . . . wc do just about, r. very thin \ ; rise wr can think of to make you feel at home here. We try to express our sincere appreciation of your banking business b y the friendly, competent , hel p ful way in which we handle it. You ' re always welcome! The Bellport National Bank BF.LLPORT . N. Y. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Member Federal Reserve System ST. JAMES EPISCOPAL, CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Brookharea Rev. Richard W. Gray, Viear SATURDAY 7 j). in. — St. James Coup les ' Club Supper. SUNDAY Feast of St. Philip and St. James. 8 a. in. —Holy Communion. 11, a. in. —Church school. 11 a. m. —Holy communion and sermon. WEDNESDAY 8 p. in. — Archdeaconry meet- ing at St. Paul' s , Patchogue. BROOKHAVEN-SOUTH HAVEN PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Brookhaven Rev. Charles A. Kellogg Pastor SUNDAY 9:. '!0 a. m. —Church School. 11 a. m. —Church service. Ser- mon topic , \For What Are You Searching?\ 7 p. m. —United Presbyterian Youth Fellowship at Fellowship hall. MARY IMMACULATE It. C. CHURCH Brown ' n Lane , Bellport Rev. George A. Rubly, Pastor TODAY 8 p. m. — Dessert card party in church auditorium. SATURDAY 10 a. m. — Relig ious 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. Mondays through Saturdays 1 and 8 a. m. —Masses. Our Lady of Fatima devotions after 3 a. m. mass Saturday. RUTH A. M. E. ZION CHURCH Bellport , N. Y. Rev. I) . A. Hunt , Pastor SUNDAY 10 a. in. —Sunday school service. 11 a. m. —Sunday church ser- vice. MONDAY 7:30 p. in. —Choir rehearsal. TUESDAY 7 p. in. —Prayer service. BELLPORT METHODIST CHURCH Bellport , N. Y. Rev . Frederick I. Smith , Pastor FRIDAY 8 p. in. — Coup les ' Chili. SATI RDA V II a. m.— Furniture sale . C I I V I I A V 9:45 , -i. in. —Sunday school for all ages. Adult class taught by the pastor . 11 a. m. —Church service. linby silling in Aldersg. -ite. li p. in. —Junior high fellowshi p. 7:30 p. in. Senior high fellow- ship. WEDNESDAY 1 p. in, --Mid-Week prayer ser- vice. 7 p. in. Choir praclice. H p. in. — Mid-week Bible class. CHRIST EPISCOPAL CHI lt< II Bellport , N. V. Rev. Alan C . Merrill , Rector TODAY 9:30 a. m.— Hol y Coiiuiiuiiioii. K p. I,). Meetin^ ' of F ull Ho ¦ ¦( ••¦:- Committee--Building Fund driw. SATURDAY 10 a. iii. —I' orilirinatioii cla. -s for young peop le. SUNDAY SS Philip and .lames X a. in. - --Hiily Communion. ' .I:!>0 a. in. — Family Eucharist , Sunday School Grades . '1-8. Adult Cass. 11 a. m. -—Hol y Communion and address , Sunday School tirades Pre-School 2. MONDAY 8 p. in. —Meeting of entire can- vassing committee—Building Fund drive. TUESDAY 7:15 a. in. Holy Communion . WEDNESDAY 7:, 'J0 p. in. —Junior choir rehear- sal. 8:110 p. in. —Senior choir rehear- sal. (Vestry meeting has been post- poned.) ^ New s of the Churches Milton M. * Silverstein Natale G. Marchiano If your subscription expires with this issue of The Advance , we invite you to renew promptly. — Adv. 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