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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, September 29, 1960, Image 20

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CORAM NEWS ITEMS Mrs . Gloria Hoeber , SElden 2-5381 Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herschell Sherwood of Fourth Street were Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Leute of New York City. The Girl Scouts meet from 7 to 8 p. m. Wedneadiiy nig hts at the Trinity Methodist Church. Leaders are Mis. Dorothy Young and Mrs. Rosemary Borcila. The Brownies meet at the church from G to 7 p. m. every Wednesday. Their leaders are Mrs. Isabella Zimling- hnus and Mrs. Corrine Goldstein. Lust Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Rich- ard Gresch spent the day with Mr. arid Mrs. Hayrnond Havrilla of Jericho. Mr. and Mrs. Gresch were godparents for their fifth child , James Daryl Havrilla. Val Marz of Jamaica spent Thursday and Friday with his grandmother , Mrs. Anna Hoelzer , of Fourth Street. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Fin gar ' s Grocery in Coram. — Adv. Saturday afternoon Debbie Hoel- zer and Yvonne Johnson attended the sixth birthday of Rosemarie Weherhagen of Route 112. Thursday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hoelzer were Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gibson , Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gibson , Jr., and sons of Lindenhurst , Mr. and Mrs. How- ard Nelson of Babylon and Mr. and Mrs. William Waugh of Brook- lyn. The Ladies ' Auxiliary of the Coram Fire Department held its monthly meeting Sep tember 20, with Mrs. Catherine Archambault presiding. A business meeting was held. A committee picked for the Christmas dinner is Mrs. Gloria Hoelzer and Mrs. Joan Albin. Fol- lowing the meeting a baby shower was held for Mrs. Gloria Hoelzer. Guests were Mesdames Patricia Edwards , Shirley King, A pril Lyon , Marianne Lyon , Marie John- son , Kate Archambault , Helen Oberland , Joan Albin , Anne Witts- chack , Minnie Christiansen , Ann Christiansen , Anna Schwefel , Amamda Browe r , Fannie Hill , Aline Urban , Jennie Salvetti , Cor- rine Goldstein , Virginia Eagle , Julia Morris , Julie Johnson , Bertha Hein , Barbara Wittschack , also Mrs. Hoelzer ' s mother , Mrs. Edna Sherwood. I'riday night Frank Lyon at- tended a reception for James Frace at the Patchogue Hotel given by the Suwassett Chapter. Mr. and Mrs. John Archambault celebrated their wedding anniver- sary Friday night by having din- ner at the Three Village Inn in Stony Brook. Awaiting their arrival home and surprising them with an anniversary party were the following relatives and friends: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lyon , Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wittschack , Mr. and Mrs. George Lyon , Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Salvetti , Mr. and Mrs. John Lyon , Mr. \ and Mrs. James Eagle , Mr. and Mrs. Peter Gold- stein , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph King, and Mrs. Hattie Ballance , also their son , John Archambault , Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Archambault received many lovely gifts. Refreshments were served and a decorated an- niversary cake was the cente r- piece , vases of flowers also dec- orated the table. Last Wednesday Mrs. George Lyon of Mt. Sinai Road held choir practice at her home. This week it was held at the church. Thursday night Mrs. Jennie Salvetti and Mrs. Doroth y Young gave a surprise baby shower for Mrs. Shirley King at the home of Mrs. Jennie Salvetti of Old Town Road. Guests were Mesdames Jean Lyon , April Lyon , Gesche Lyon , Marianne Lyon , Sally Kubik , Kate Archambault , Clara Hawkins , Isa- belle Zimlinghaus , Ginnine Rus- sell , Hattie Ballance , Marie De Puy, Anne Wittschack , Joan Al- bin , Edith L yon and Miriam L yon. The Coram Community Club monthly supper will be held from 5 to 7 p. m. today. The monthly meeting will be held tomorrow night. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Rabe were her parents , Mr. and Mrs. William Holmquist of Hartford , Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hines and children , Edward , Robert and Cindy, Lou , of Pine Road were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Lewis of Yaphank. PTA NEWS The Coram Parent-Teacher As- sociation will hold its monthly meetings the first Monday of every month , the next meeting being October 3. At the next meeting the sub- ject will be \Our School Curricu- lum , \ and there will be a safety poster contest. At the first mcet- ng held September 19 at the Coram School , the two principals were introduced , Marvin Roecklein of Coram School and Donald Kirouac , who is principal of the Estonian Hall , where the first and second grade Coram School children are attending. They answered any questions the parents had to ask and also spoke about special teachers. There will be a music coordinator and instrumental pro- gram for the fifth and sixth grade children; they will be able to rent instruments through the school. Class mothers were elected and it was decided there would only be two parties during the school year , Halloween and Christmas. Mrs. Star Bcrtsch and ex-presi- dent , Mrs. Jean Lyon , and presi- dent , Mrs. Eleanor Slycker , volun- teered to be delegate s to the PTA council. Mrs. Marguerite Where- hagen was elected permanent sec- retary. Also decided upon was a clothing drive sponsored by the Coram PTA. It will consist of the selling of sweat shirts, T-shirts , kerchiefs , beanies , etc., with the school dis- trict name on. The committee on this project are the Mesdames Star Bcrtsch , Lillian Noonan and Cor- rine Goldstein. Mrs. Diane White ' s second grade received the attend- ance award for this month. The following new teachers were introduced to the parents , from the Coram School , grade five , John Cush , and grade six , John Gartung, from the Estonian Hall grade one , Mrs. Avis Reeve and also grade one, Mrs. Helen Criares. CHURCH NEWS At Trinity Methodist Church service is at 0:30 a. m. Sunday. Church school is at 9:30 a. m. The Naomi Circle will hold its first meeting October 10. There will be a meeting of the building com- mittee and trustees of the churc h at 8 p. ni. Friday. World Wide Com- munion Sunday will be observed October 2. Sunday dedication of church school officers and teachers was observed. All the church school children attended church. Kurt Rabe is a new Sunday school teach- er. St. Frances Cabrini Church Sun- day masses are at 8 , 10:30 a. m. and 12:15 p. m. Benediction fol- lowing the 10:30 a. m. mass. Con- fessions are Satu rday from 4:30 to 6 and 7 to 8:30 p. m. Baptisms Sun- day 2:30 p. m. by appointment. E. Patchogue Mra. Muriel GaJUoahar ATlantic «-»•»• The Rev. Mario G. Cinque offici- ated at the christening of Anna Marie Palermo Sunday in St. Jos- eph the Worker K. C. Church. Godparents are Mrs. Jane Perry of East Patchogue and Harry Rogers of Mystic, Conn. A reception was held at the home of the parents , Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan A. Palermo , of 418 Maure Avenue. Guests were the grandparents , Mr. and Mrs. Christopher Kane and Mr. and Michael Stephani , Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holers and daug hters , Conn ' .; Mr. and Mrs. James Strib- ling and children , Patricia , Leonore and James of Shoreham; Mr. and Mrs. Lurry Glover of Medford; Mr. and Mrs. Ral p h Perry and children , Debbie , Ralph and James , Mr. and Mrs. Christo p her Kane , Jr., and daughter , Debbie , Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stephani , Jr.; Mrs. Mihael Palermo and daughter , Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Paler- mo and dau ghter , Bonny, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Maler and children , Pamela , John and Steven , Mr. and Mrs . Sam Piccininni , and Anna Marie ' s brothers , Robert and Sul- livan , Jr., and sister , Theresa. You live better ALL WAYS with ELECTRICITY—PELCO. —Adv. A double wedding celebration was held in honor of the thirty- fifth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hansen of Maspeth and the sixth anniversary of their son and daughter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. William Hansen of 740 Narragan- sett Avenue , September 25. The two couples dined at Bronco Char- lie ' s in Oakdale and then visited another son and daug hter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Hansen , Jr., in Huntington. A family party was held to cel- ebrate the first birthday of Vin- cent Gentile at the home of his parents , Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Gentile of 724 Walker Avenue , Bell- port Manor. Guests were the grandparents , Mr. and Mrs. Vin- cent Mastropolo of Shirley and Brooklyn , and Mr. and Mrs . Pete r Gentile and daughter , Miss Fran- cine , Misses Vivian and Ph yllis Mastropolo and Joseph Pasquino of Brooklyn , Mr. and Mrs . Steve De Lise and 19-year-old twin sons , Peter and Steve , of Massapequa Park , and Paul , the other son of Mr. and Mrs. Gentile. NEW E. PATCHOGUE STREET MAPS 1960 edition. On sale at Swan Market , Daniclson ' s Delicatessen and Ed & Dot' s Grocery, South Country Road. Published by The Patchogue Advance. Also contains St reels in Bellport , Brookhaven , Yaphank , Medford , Patchogue , Blue Point and Bayport. All this for only 50c. —Adv. The seventeenth birthday of Stephen Palermo was celebrated with his parents , Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Palermo , Jr. , and his brother , Robert , at their beach house at Davis Park. The Palermo famil y have returned to their home on Amsterdam Avenue. Her seventh birthday, September 16 , was celebrated September 25 by Pamela Shore at Fairytown with her guests Joan Silverman , Barbara Derby, Lourio Whitaker , Greta Dixon , Barbara Newton , her sister , Carolyn , and brothers Greg- ory, David and Jonathan. Pamela ' s mohter Mrs . Ferde Shore of 77 Southern Boulevard accompanied them. September 23 was the eighth birthday of Bruce Schlosser son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin B. Schlosser of 15 Evergreen Lane. Miss Jeanne A. Cunningham, Honor Ciuto member , receiver of a Scholarship award as well as the award winner of the Betty Crocker Home Economies medal , and June graduate of Bellport Hi gh School , entered her freshman year .at Cortland College , and will major in mathematics. Miss Cunningham is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs . Thomas Cunningham of 848 Tay- lor Avenue. Richard Rosenfeld entered the State University College of Long Island at Oyster Bay September 18 for his orientation period. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Rosenfeld of Columbus Avenue. Miss Margaret Weaver , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claud Weaver of Narragansett Avenue , returned on September 23 for her second year at college in Oyste r Bay. Ben Dobrie , Jr., a I9fi0 gradu- ate of Bell port High School and son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dobrie , Sr., of G8 Durkee Lane , has en- tered Ridor College in Trenton , N. J., where he is taking a lib- eral arts course. Second year man at the Univer- sity of Pittsburgh in a libera l arts course , majoring in bacteriology, is William C. Heiselman , son of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Heiselman of 627 Narragansett Avenue. The St. Josep h the Worker Par- ochial School on Narrangansett Avenue and Atlantic Avenue , opened September 13. About 250 children are registered in the five Classes. Instructors are the Sis- ters of Mercy, Superior and prin- cipal Sister Mary Isidore. LADIES' AUXILIARY HFD A card part y sponsored by the Ladies ' Auxiliary of the Hager- rnan Fire Department was held in the Hagerman Firehouse on Dunton Avenue and Montauk High- way Sep tember 23. About 85 at- tf-nderl. Refreshment chairman, Mrs. Mildred Brandi. was assiste d bv Mesdames Rose DeNezzo , Mae Stephani , Rose Gilmore , Catherine Jeffrey and Sophie Rienola. 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VEL SUPER SUDS AJAX VEL FLORIENT TOILET SOAP SOUQUET TOILET SOAP COLGATE' S POWDERED DETERGENT 15c OFF LABEL CLEANSER LIQUID DETERGENT AIR DEODORIZER bar, 29« AND PINK Z b,„ ZV« pkg.OO c pk 9 OO' pk g OO e pkg./7 c p k« OO c Z cw.01* cm £& c.nO/ c «n OD c ipray «,n / ?< , IGordon Heights N ews Items Mra. Alberta Brach , SElden 2-S796 v Gordon HRi )?hts Board of Fire Commissioners attended a dinner recentl y at the Canoe Place Inn , Hampton Bays , for commissioners . Those from Gordon Heights were Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Jemmott , Mr. and Mrs. Christop her Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Henry, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Sealey, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Whiting, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Woodburn and Mr. and Mrs. MelVin VanNoy. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fisher and daughter , Brenda , of North- fleete Lane have returned home after spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs . Seaford Pope of Norfolk, Va. House guests of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Jemmott of Gray Avenue , were Ral p h Lee and daugh te r , Tanya , of Brooklyn. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Fingar ' s Grocery in Coram. —Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Brown and children , Eric and Renee , of Brookl yn have taken up perman- ent residence at their home on Carr Lane. John Martin of Barbara Lane is greatly improving at the Brook- haven Memorial Hospital. Mis. Emmer McNeese , Mrs . Lil- lie Bell , Mrs. Hettie Hudson and Mr. and Mrs. William Bonner ac- companied Mrs. Alberta Beach to the Presbyterian Church on Wind- mill Lane , Southampton , to a con- cert where Mrs. Beach was the guest soloist. Mr. and Mrs. William Carpenter of Barbara Lane are now residing in their new home on Seymour Lane. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Fredericks of Hawkins Avenue were their children , Mr. and Mrs. Joel Fredericks , and their daughter Lauran , and Miss Gwen- dolyn Fredericks , all of the Bronx. Mrs. Annie Johnson and chil- dren , Warren and Delores , of New York City are residing in their home on Teller Avenue. On Saturday, between the hours of 12 and 4 p. m., all persons who are not reg istered to vote are in- vited to visit the Democratic head- quarters on Wilson Avenue and Beach Lane , where assistance will be given in filling out forms for registration. Registration dates are are as follows: October 13 , 14 and 15 at the Middle Island Firehouse and Coram Community Clubhouse. At 3 p.m. Sunday the grand open- ing of the Gordon Heights Demo- cratic head quarters will take place. Come and hear your candidates. All girls who are interested in p laying basketball and volleyball are u-ged to call Selden 2-3002 to participate in the Brookhaven Town League. CHURCH NEWS At the Ebenezer Sabbath Day Church services are as follows: Sabbath School is held at 11 a. m., followed by divine worship at 1 p. m. Youne People ' s meeting is held at 4 p. m. Saturday. Prayer meet- ing is held at 8 p. m. Wednesday. Sunday activities are: Sunday school - at 10 a. m. followed by divine worshi p at 11 :4E> a. m. Bible Class is held at 8 p. m. Tuesday with Elder John White in charge. The Mary A. M. E. Zion Church services are as follows: Sunday school is held at 10 a. m. followed by divine worship at 12 noon and 8 p. m. Young Peop le ' s meeting is held at 6 p. m. with Nathan Johnston in charge. Prayer meet- ing is held at 8 p. m. Thursday. At the Community Bap tist Church services are as follows : Sunday school is held at 10 a. m. followed by divine worship at 12 noon and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting is held at 8 p. m. Wednesday. The Church of God in Christ services are as follows: Sunday school at 11 a. m., followed by divine worship at 12:46 a. m. At St. Michael and All Angels Ep iscopal Church , famil y Eucha- rist is held at 8:45 a. m. Sunday. The Gordon Heights Seventh Day Adventist Church services are as follows: Sabbath school is held at t):45 a. m., Home Mission at 10:45 a. m., divine worshi p at 11:45 a. m. Young People ' s meet- ing is held at 4 p. m. Lightbearers Club is held at 5 p. m., and Ves- per services are held at 5:30 p. m. Sunday activities are : Pathfinders Club is held at 3 p. m. Evangelis- tic services is held at 8 p. m. and Prayer meeting is held at 8 p. m. Wednesday. Mount Oliver Baptist Church , services are as follows : Sunday school is held at 10 a. m. followed by divine worship at 12 noon and 8 p. m. Prayer meeting is held at 8 p. m. Tuesday and Bible Class is held at 8 p. m. Friday.

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