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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, June 02, 1960, Image 14

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Wilbur S. Stakes , Jr., of Heliport , was among 7!) candi- da.tes for graduation at coni- mencement exercises for the 128th session at. Randolph- Maron College , Ashland , Va., Sunday. The son of Mrs. Philip Scala of (i General McLean Drive , he received a bachelor of arts decree. A history major at .the Ashland College . Stakes has served as president of Tbelii Chi social fraternity, a mem- ber of the Interfrateriiily coun- cil , and holds membershi p in Pi Gamma Mu, honorary social science fraternity. Graduates Brookhaven-South Haven Mm. M. Alburtrer. BKIIport 7-0979K ' A daughter , Elizabeth Lucy, was horn May 2~ > to Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. liaker , Jr., of Stamford , Conn. Two of their four other children , Jane and Hilly, are now staying with their grandparents , .M r. and Mrs. Alan G. Baker. Alan Raker , Jr. , spent the weekend with his parents. Richard G. Beyer , son of Mr. and M rs. K. Chester Beyer , re- turned home last Thursday from Florence Slate University, Ala., where he recentl y comp leted his freshman year . Mr. Beyer ' s par- ents , Mr. and M rs. Ralph Beyer of Indian Rock Beach , Flu. , who had been spending; 10 days with their son and daughter-in-law , left May 2!) to visit friends in their former hometowns , Lynlirook and Massapeipm , before returning to Florida. They recentl y sold their summer home at Hampton Bays. For your Insurance Nurds Call Pat Raimond , YAphank 4-384!*. —Adv. A recorder group met at the home, of Mr. and Mrs. Robert. Krueger last Thuisday night. Pre- sent were Mr. and .Mrs. Ral ph E. Pixley and Steve Yamamoto of East Patchogue , Dierk Luers and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Milgrim of Upton. Mr. Luers , Mr. Pixley, Mr, Yamamoto and a Miss Heidi Lou- be r of East I' atchogue are furn- ishing musical interludes of re- corder music , and Mr. Pixley and Mr. Luers , classical guitar and re- corder arrangements to the Church Arts Festival being held at the Carriage }louse at 3-0 p. in . Sat- urday. Mrs. Russell G. Ferrer , next year ' s project chairman of the llrookhaven Elementary Parent- Teacher Association, held a meet- ing at her home the morning of May ' -!!. Present were Mrs. Claire Pongonis , vice president of PTA , Mrs. Henry Lohinann , recording secretary, Mrs. Edward Buniski and Mrs. David Alliurgcr , to dis- cuss ideas such as a PTA spon- sored Bool; Conservation program , Saturday afternoon movies for children for winter months , a pup- pet show , arid p lay by the children , opening the school year with a tal- ent show for all ages , home card parlies , with proceeds to he donat- ed to the PTA , a hobb y night , basket hall game in March as in the past two years , and a baseball game in June. The group made an effort to avoid extra demands mi the teachers and proposed that monthly news letters should he gotten out on school activities anil programs , with class mothers ob- taining the news from the teachers and the PTA making up the news letters to be sent to all parents. Mrs. Pongonis reminded the group that the summer reading program and book conservation program was the province of the program chairman , Mrs. Robert. W. Starke The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Brook Store and Verni' s Delicatessen in Brookhaven.—Adv. Mrs. Martin Larcombe of Wood- land Avenue , president of the Brookhaven elementary PTA , call- ed an executive meeting at her home the afternoon of May 24. Mesdames Claire Pongonis , vice president , Erwin Schwinghanier , corresponding secretary, Henry Lohinann , recording secretary, and Emil Urcioli. treasurer , were pres- ent to discuss a special letter to Congressman Wainwright concern- ing federal aid. The group, ap- pioached only the previous night , decided in the face of insufficient study, not to take action at pres- ent. John E. Strickland , son of Mr. and Mrs . Willis A. Strickland ' of Bay Road , who has comp leted his freshman year at Nichols College of Business Administration , Dud- ley, Mass., was awarded his var- sit y track sweater and hockey let- ter at Convocation exercises held May 19. John entered Nichols from New Hamp ton School , N. II. Holiday guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Shortmeicr was Mrs. Short- meier ' s sister , Miss Grace Driggs of New York City. Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Robin- son of Montauk Hig hway have re- turned home from their home in Sharpes , Fla., where thev spent the winter. Mrs. John Lynch of New York City spent the Memorial holiday with her son-in-law and daughter , Mr. anil Mrs. Robert Krueger , and their children , Bonnie and John. Dr. David E. Alburger leaves today for France , where he will spend a few weeks at the Insti- tute for Nuclear Researc h at the University of Strasbourg. Ral p h Maust , Jr., entertained the members of the Junior Thistle class Saturday at his home after the first day of racing on the Great South Bay. Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Hubert of Brookl yn have opened their home on South Country Road for the Summer. With them over the holiday were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr . and Mrs. Robert C. Carey of Brooklyn . Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sylvester of Old Stum n Road and their daughters , Meg and Pam , returned Saturday from two weeks in Flo- rida, where they divided their visit between Delray Beach and Ormond Beach at the home of Mrs. Sy l- vester ' s sister , Mrs. Leslie Brown. Mrs. Sylvester ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Poole, returned from Ormond Beach May 10 after spending the winter there at their daughter ' s . Mr. and Mrs. Gus Leistman of Montauk Highway have been grandparents since April 18 , when their daughter , Ginger , now Mrs. Conrad Asch , gave birth to her first child , a son , named David Keith , in Los Angeles , Calif., where Mr. Asch is with an insur- ance firiii. The Aseh.es expect to come East in September. The Twenty-Eighth District Re- publican Club will hold a wiener roast June 15 at the Brookhaven firehouse. A number of state level candidates will be present. Every- one is welcome. Mrs. Mignon C. Moore enter- tained at a cocktail party al her home Saturday night for some I ( >( ' ) guests. __ __ ____ B e ll port Ambulance Tri ps , Crews Listed BELLPORT -For tin- past two weeks the Bellpoit ambulance has been making daily tri ps to take Sal Crandi of :) ' Charles Court , Bell port Beach Esta(es . to the Medical Art s building, Patchogue , for treatment ami home again , with the following men taking turn. -- as crew: Robert Lyons . 111 . I. ' olieil Lyons. Jr.. Evan Lewis . i . hiciitin Reynolds , John l. ockwood , •lames .lepson and Dey Demurest. Tuesday at 2:15 p. in. ' , Tyson Do- miny and Evan Lewis drove Mr. Gratidi to Brookhaven Memorial hospital. Other trips have been as fol- ' \ws: .May 2, r i , 1:01 p. m .. Hay Phel. 'in of Levittown from St. Jo- -eph' s School, Hagerman , to BMII , John l.ockwood , Evan Lewis and Floyd llassell as crew; May • _ '' . > , ¦ i p. in., George II. Piennnnti of llul-e SHcet to BMH. John Lock- w ood and Evan Lewis; May ' .25 , 1 : \ >!> p. in., an accident victim f rom Station Road and Michigan Avenue to BM H, John l.ockwood , Evan Lewis and Robert I.vons , III; May 22 t 9:55 p. m., Mrs. Samuel BuiiiMoa d. 13K South Country Road to BMII . George Hawkins and William llermiis; May ]!» , 2:. 'iP p. m.. Mrs , M. Neary of L'7 Brook- ide Avenue to the Medical Arts building and return , Robert Lyons , III , and James .lepson. Here ' s oil you do: •j CLIP BOTH COUPONS BELOW , take one to any Grand Union Supermarket.. . and the '¦ other to any of the other merchants listed below. We 'll g ive you 50 to J in Blue Stamps for each coupon ! These Stamps are in additio n to the ones you regularly get with your purchases. Be sure you make the re quired minimum purchase. 2 CONTINUE TO GET TRIPLE S BLUE STAMPS AT EVERY OPPORTUNITY, Look for Trip le-S signs every time you shop... each one means another opportunity to get more Blue Stamps faster. You 'll find them at merchants of every descri ption—food stores , service stations , dry cleaners , hardware stores , clothing shops and dozens of others. And remember—Tri p le-S merchants are quality merchants , who feature the finest in goods and services at lowest prices! 3 WE GUARANTEE YOU'LL PROVE TO YOURSELF that Tri p lc-S Blue Stamps are best ... because they bring you more g ifts , f iner g ifts , faster! Remember , it takes only 1200 Stamps to fill a Tri p le-S Saver Book... most p lan s require 1500. The big, beautifu l Triple-S Catalog contains the finest name-brand merchandise in America today! You get better redemption service , too , because Triple-S has more redemption centers in this area than any other stamp plan. And Blue Stamps accumulate faster because so many more merchants give them ! WE GIVE YOU LOW PRICES AND TRI PLE-S BLU E STAMPS , TOO ! Mike ' H Gulf Service Joe ' s Sinclair Service Ronko-Florist Colony Shop Mid Island Auto Upholstery Grand I' nion Siiiiermarkel Mnnlauk llwy. K Heliport Ave. Karm-lo-Marfcrt Kd. & Illur Point ltd. .108 Portion Kd.. Lake Ronkonkoma .1, r i Wnl Main St., PatrhoRile .118 K. Main St.. I' alrlmic ilc I'll North Montauk liny., Sayville Heliport I' arminiville 216 (Joorge Quarltore ' s ( . . _ . Simerniarkel Jim ' s Sinclair Service <j ™nd , l _ ninn Supermarket I' atchngue Farms „ , „ „ MomiTm 1 ( '\ . '!, , 5 S pSrll* Hd.. I. \ kf K™V.». Montauk Ilwv. & ChicheMer Aye. M.,n St. * K OK Aye.. P».cho K ue „„„„ .„, . ,. .„,„, __„ H.-nry ' s Floor Coverings Montauk Highway . Heliport 2:5 ( enter Morichea •\•* lull .Main St., Sayville lliihemiii Dry Cleaners , . „- , . . c HavmnnV Shell Service Thriftee Discount Dept . Store smithtown Ave. & i hurrh St. }' Jr£ ( , iUl Z, S t r V r,, „ . , Healtie Texaco Service ' oW\ .t Main st& It \ , Ave \> West Main St.. PaiehoR-ue Sayville Lumber H-heml. 4H1 I' orllon lid.. Lake Itonkonkoma 2 .17 Medford Ave.. P.trhogue ?' a.rh \ «ue 1\\ ' Urn-Icy Ave.. Sayville Martin ' s Sinclair Service Map lecrest Chevron Service ,, Marrow ' s Sinclair Service Montauk ll»j. K Carman ' a lllvd. l arni-lo-Mnrket Kd. & Maplerrent Or. Hert' s Poultry Farms Marrun S A lllOCO Hawkins Ave . * ( hurrh St. Trill Cleaners llrookhaven Lake Itonkonkoma Itoute J£112, ratehouue Foot of Mulford St.. Pntrhoirue Ronkonkoma is:, Montauk llwy.. Sayville I fTl?8SS38fe§8? REDEEMABLE AT ANY TRIPLE-S MERCHANT Sfi ^^^^^ jP lOi ^ •, r» , ~\Z , . , - c • *c=*B*=S£r7ilt \V C 88 E 888 H 58S rut . -n. n J IT • c • 83S» K35B88/i i 15tfefi »SW Redeemable Onl y at Grand Union-Sunrise B33&£Gs \3/ X5$r3=§s3= 22 Other 1 nan Urand Union-Sunrise >5W 6 ggg5 r 'g sSra | VmS gye^^eS. ^^^ SB ^ ' I YWW * attach\ one Tri ple-S Blue Stamp for facsimile) for which J Stomp ( JTfffJ I llVffi ' attach one Triple-S Blue Stamp for facsimile) for which j s,amP Ifffjj I rmSf/l you are to give me 50 Stamps, provided I make a purchase ! . ' . or . , I \OT(\ j &SEp' , you are to give me 50 Stamps , provided I make a vurch.ist . <or , . I I 2Av( I I T UW trt . .i_ . - - VL . ' focumilo) I VuVl I Khai \ <¦ » r . . .»¦ . ' tocumile) I TOrt • I [ Sail or \ 1orc a sanle me ' ' hese are ln addition to the l _ her* j 'fflJJ ' I (mL of $5 or more at the same time. I hese arc in addition to the I here j -H]|| i EBVJ re 8 lj lar Stamps due on my purchase. J < ~ \ f iR a) I ' lUrJM I regular Stamps due on my purchase. ' \Jaffj I I l irSJi CUSTOMIR ' S S'CNATURE _ , Sill I ffia CUSTOMER 'S SIGNATURE . MSD) | I u StYJI C,TY~ XON l STATE—— .% % h L\ I (fir C1TY Z0NE STA7E ! \ftM/ ' /TO' I J**' T\I P l f-$ BlUE . J STA M |, D \ l \ ! Your Triple-S salesman will redeem this coupon on «S0 I 0® . Thjh , . oupon ,. 0 ,h.c m ahle only at vour favorite (.rami 1' nioii-Siinrise ; ' «8( I I IILPH his next call , provided you and the customer have complied with the terms of ihis offer . - 1 ' /Kw , . . j flll 1 JoSrJI Pr°°f of purchase of sufficient Triple-S Blue Stamps to cash coupons redeemed must be /ttW, I I \\Ug Supermarket, provided a purchase of $5 or more is made at the tunc J W] | I fffiwl ^ v ^ ilablc - Co \Pon void if use is prohibited , restneted or taxed. Coupon cash value gstt J j XgP, of redemption. Coupon must be sinned by customer. I ^wE* I I T _ 5 _ SB^^^t _^ ^_ _ Limit ens coupon per famil y. ^^^ fej^_ ^ B6^ _ SrV I r^S^as ^ feyc S ^^; Limit one coupon per family. , ti>^^!:^^^^^W • I |ljjg~--*g«^5 _gS TTiU offer expires June 14 , 1 960 _ =5gBJ~gB^5B£]] | L^Sj^^^^^ gg This offe r exp ires J une 7 , 1960 ^^^^ ^^^^^ 1 ' A few choice franchises left , interested merchants phone : MO 5-7240 LI Bank , Shirley, Inc. , Get $50 Fines for Building Violations Security National Hank and Shirley, L. I., Inc.. were each fined . ¦?\ >0 last week for 1. wn building violations after switchine; their pleas to Kuilty before .Justice of the Peace .Milton A. Lalialtula in Patehoirue. On the recommendation of As- sistant District Attorney Thomas Bahriiifrer the jude;e dismissed two other counts connected with the building violation. In .March and April Shirley, L. I., Inc., and the bank were charged with violating the town building- laws by building an addition to a branch of the bank in Shirley with- in eight feet of Montauk Hi ghway. A 15-foot setback is required by /.oiling regulation. The hank re- moved the addition and withdrew .is petition before the Zonine; Hoard of Appeals for a variance nvrmiiting the extension of the building. KUT1I A. M. K. ZION CIIUKCII Heliport , N. V. Rev. 1>. A. Hunt , I' astor SUNDAY 10 a. m— Sunday school service. 11 a. ni. —Sunday church ser- vice. MONDAY 7:11 0 p. in. —Choir rehearsal. TUKSDAY 7 p. ni. —Prayer service. HELU'ORT iM KTMOniST CHURCH Heliport , N. Y. Rev. Frederick I. Smith , I' astor TODAY 8 p. ni. — Official Hoard meet- ing' . SUNDAY 0:45 a. in. —Sunday school for all aires- Adult class taught by the pastor. 11 a. in. --Church service. Hahy Bitting in Aldcisgate. <i p. in. —Junior high fellowshi p. 7:1)0 p. in. —-Senior high fellow- shi p. WF.DNKSDAY 1 p. in. - .Mid-week Prayer ser- vice. 7 p. in. -- Choir practice. 8 p. in. — Mid-week Bible class. MARY IMMACUIJITK R. C. CHURCH Brown ' s (>ane . Heliport TODAY 7:. 'i<) - 8:. '(0 p. m. - Confessions ill preparation for First l- ' riday. 8 p. ni. — O pening of Triduuin. .SATURDAY ' 4:30-li:U0 1). in. and 7::iO-8::iO I), in. —Confessions . SUNDA Y 7 . 8 , 9 , 10 and 11 a. in. and 12:15 p. va. — M asses. 2 p. m . — Baptism. Mondays through Saturdays 1 and 8 a. m. —Masses. Our Lady of Fatima devotions after 8 a. m niUHM Saturday. CHRIST KPISCOI'AI. CIU'RCII Bellport , N. Y. Rev. Alan C. Merrill , Rector TODAY 9:30 a. m. Holv Communion. SATURDAY 10 a. m. —Young people ' s Con- firmation Class. SUNDAY Whitsunday 8 a. m. — Holy Communion. 9:1)0 a . i n. — Family Kiicharist , Sunday School grades . '1-8. Adult class . 11 a. ill. -Holy Communion and sermon. Sunday School grades prc- Kchool-2. MONDAY Wbitinoiiday 9 a. m. — Holy Communion. 7 p. m. Hoy Scout troop meets in Coiiiniunitv hall. TUKSDAY Whit t lie: day 7:15 a. in. Holv Cnmmimioii WKDNKSDAY Kinder Day 9 a. 111. — Holy Cnlni iililiinn . 7:. ')0 p. in. - Junior choir re- hearsal. 8:1)0 p. in. Ki-niur choir re liearsal. THURSDAY 9:. ')0 a. m. — Holy Communion. ST. JAMKS KI'ISCOPAL CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , llrookhaven Rev. Richard W. Cray, Vica r WHITSUNDA Y 8 a. in- Holy Communion. II a. m. --Church school. I I a . 111 . - Hol y ( ' oiiiiiitniMii and Litany. 7 p. 111. Kvriiiiig . -er\ ice . 7:15 p. ID . — Young I' eop h- ' . - Fellowshi p. BROOKHAVKN-SOUTH IIAVKN FRKSHYTKRIAN CHURCH Beaver Dam Road , Hrooklmven R« T. Charles A. Kellogif I' aHtor TODAY (i:, 'i(l p. in. - Women ' :. A- sn. -ia lion picnic at the homo of Mrs , Frederick Mohlmaiin , a p Ii a n k Avenue , South Haven . FRIDAY 8 p. m. --- Me, img of the ;.,>. sion at Fellowshi p Mall . SATURDAY .3 - f> p. m. — I 'luirch Art: l- ' es- tival at. the ( \' arringe llou -c 7:30 p. m. — 'I'he dartc] Ki pm- t on Growth of Sulfolk County ai the Yaphank Presbyterian Church. SUNDAY 9:30 a. m. •— Church School. 10:15 a. »i . -- Youth Choir re- hearsal. 11 a. m. — Sunday service . Ser- Dion topic , \Your Quarrel is will Cod. '' _ 7 p. in. — United Presbyterian Youth Fellowship at. Fellowship Hall. New s of the Churches Mnriinret Wnrnrr. T«'l. IlKllport 7-0653 .Miss Margie Ph illi ps and Miss Patricia O'Shea of the Kreamer Street. School lacult. v took the first aid enrichment group to .Miramar P.each in Kast Patchogue last Thursday afternoon. The following children enjoyed out-door activities and a barbecue supper: .Margaret Long. Diane .Mehrniaii , Leonora KaiiM-llc . Carol French , Carletou DulliK-k , Kevi n Duffy, .Michael l.a- dicga , Nichol as Lau/.etta and Ro- bert Pal. -uijo . .Mrs . Charles Could of North Hrcwstci- Lane spent the weekend with her bi- othci- in-law and sister , Mr. and Mrs. Putnam Drake of Khuiin. While there , Mrs . Could attended the Alumni day activities at. Mans lichl Slate College in Pennsylvania. M rs. (, ' uuld' s niece , S IIMIII Drake , returned with her for i few days ' visit. Mrs. I twain Whit e and daugh- ter , Carla , of South Howell' s Point Road , drove Thercse de Saint I'balle , who spent the weekend here , to her home in llohokti s , N. I., on Memorial day. .Mr. and Mrs. Waiter H. Weidler of Point Road entertained Sunday night at a fa rewell cocktail party for Mr. and Mrs . Robert. Mulhinev of South Howell' s Point, Road anil .Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pfcifle of South Country Road. Mr. and Mrs . John Kll , accom- panied b y Mr. and Mrs. Cahricl Mirabelli „f Fuoco Road and Miss Pamela H o r/. i of Patchogue , motored to Washington , 1). C , for the Memorial dav weekend. Mr. and Mrs. ' Harold Halstod, Mr. and Mrs . Waller Hrachtel , and Mr. ami Mrs. John Reiger enter- tained the local members of the Star Class fleet , who were racing here during the three-day regatta , at a cocktail party at the Halstod I.oino on South Hrewster Lane Sun- day afternoon. Bellport News Items Here comes the bride! The -trains of the wedding march will begin auspiciously when you accept the cheerfully given serv- ice of The Patchogue Advance in your selection of wedding invita- tions. Printed , raised printing or ¦nirr. -ivinL \ —Adv

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