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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, September 29, 1960, Image 8

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Activities of Interest in Patchogue St. Charles Auxiliary, Patch- ogue Chapter , will hold a special business meeting at 8 p. m. Tues- day, in the Green Room of the Patchogue Hotel. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss last minute details of the annual des- sert card party which the aux- iliary is holding October 11 at the Republican Clubhouse , Atlan- tic Avenue, Blue Point. Tickets will be sold at the door for those who wish to attend and do not have tickets ahead of time. The annual magazine sales cam- paign of the Senior class of Pat- chogue Senior High School will begin tomorrow and continue for 10 school days. This year the seniors will be selling the same magazines they sold la: t year and hope they will be able to secure many renewals about to be due. There will be a new feature in this year ' s campaign. The seniors will also be selling subscriptions to The Patchogue Advance. The proceeds from the newspaper and magazine sales are used by the seniors to help pay for many of the activities that have become an integral and important part of the last year in high school. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Associated Food Market , Caprino ' s Stationery, Caruso ' s Stationery, Paradise Luncheonette , and Chiuchiolo ' s Stationery, in Patchogue. — Adv. The Patchogue Chapter of the Women of the Moose met recently at Moose Hall , North Ocean Ave- nue , with Mrs. Adele Torre , senior regent , presiding, it was Publicity Chapter night for Chairman , Mrs. Shirley Fueei , and her committee. Mrs. Wilhemina Gancio was en- rolled as a new member. The chapter performed its Ritual Cere- mony and Mrs. Gancio received her pin , rules and regulation hook. The Early Bird and It Could Be You awards were presented to Mrs. Virginia Dvorak and Mrs. Evelena Morgan. Refreshments were served in the rumpus room by the publicly committe e , Mesdames Margaret Williams, Grace Albin , Mary Calfa and Shirley Fucci. The tables were de- corated in a telep hone motif. Michael P. Human , son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry G. Hainan of 37(i Oak Street , has returned to his studies as a senior at Eastern Military Academy, Cold Spring Hills in Huntington. Patchogue Home Extension Unit will meet Tuesday in Four • > Sisters Community Center. Mrs. Doris Cheshire will speak on \How Shall We Pay For Our Schools. \ The monthly business meeting will b held , also prelim- inaries on sleeveless summer dres- ses. Mrs. Maude Jones of 272 East Main Street arrived recently from r.ngland alter a year ' s stay visit- ing relatives. Cub Pack 1)5 of St. Francis de Sales will hold its September Pack meeting at 7:. 'j0 p. m. tomorrow in St. Francis Hall on South Ocean Avenue. A meeting of the British Com- monwealth Club will be held at 8 p. m. October r, at the Patch- ogue Electric Light Company, 448 East Main Street. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: filbert ' s Market , Paul' s Delicatessen , G & G Luncheonette , Math' s Grocery and Frank' s Gro- cery Store , Mario ' s Stationery. Medford Avenue Stationery, Mc Citrthy ' s Luncheonette and Meyer ' s Delicatessen in Patch- ogue. — Adv. The christening of Frederic Charles Spisak , infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S pisak of Terry Road took place Sunday afternoon at Our Lady of Mount Carmel It. C. Church. The Rev. Saverio Mallei officiated. The godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Van Dien of Medford. A family dinner was enjoyed at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Spisak. Those present were the maternal grand parents , Mr. and Mrs . Frederic Taylor , and great-grandmother , Mrs . Catherine Shelhaus , Miss Marie Spisak , Paul Felice , Mr . and Mrs. Richard Ro- the and son , Scot , of Patchogue , Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Van Dien and son , Roger , of Medford and Cathy, Stacey and Stephen Spisak. Mrs. William B. White of 80 Terry Street was guest-of-honor at a baby shower September 19. Hostesses were Mrs. John Step h- ani , Mrs. George Stokem and Miss Claire So ' .an. The room was deco- rated in mint green , yellow , p ink and blue streamers which were at- tached to a bassinet filled with gifts. Buffet refreshments were served. Guests were Mesdames Charles Russell , Leroy Raynor , Margaret Mancus , Thomas Rizzo , Felix Mancuso , Herman Berg, Walter Stephani , Louis Garafola , F unk Garafo ' a, Michael Garafola , Sam Sea 'a , Matthew Scala , An- thony Garafola , John Gerardi , Er- nest Titus , Eugene Felice and M ABS Doroth y Raynor. The. Donaires , a group formed to aid those who are in need , has recently voted in two new mem- bers , Barbara Butler and Mary Ann Kaiser. The group are making plans to go to New York City to see the musical , \Bye-Bye Bir- die , \ on Columbus Day. A Memory Lane dance is being planned to be held during the Thanksgiving va- cation. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Patchogue Stationery, Pat' s Market , Fessler ' s Delicates- sen , Pearl' s Delicatessen , Jimmy ' s Corner Store and Rimi' s Lunch- eonette in Patchogue. — Adv. A baby shower was given at the home of Mrs. Robert Mitchell of Bayport Sep tember 1.1 in honor of Mrs. Vernon Williams of Pat- chogue. Hostesses were Mrs. Lee Rogers of Patchogue and Mrs. Mitche ' .l. Present were Mesdames William Halhohn , Richard Oriez , Norman Range] , Frank Mutton , Calvin Parris , Edward Rogers , William Corley, David McKend- rick , Martin Foley, Donald Shep- herd , Charles llubner. Esther Oriez , John Stakes , William Bar- den and Nelson DeRoo . The Theta Sigma Phi Sorority will collect hott.es for its annual bottle drive Saturday. Timothy Arthur , infant son of Mr. and Airs. Martin Gack of Mastic , and brother of Martin , Jr., was christened September 11 in St. Paul' s Episcopal Church by the Rev. Richard Chapin. The godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bur- nell Smith , the baby ' s great uncle and aunt , and Andrew Moore , the baby ' s uncle. A buffet luncheon was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gack , Sr., in Mastic in honor of Timothy (Tag). Those present were Mrs. Henry Stiriz , the baby ' s great-grandmother , and Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Moore ana son , Darren , Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frankel and daughter , Devereaux , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Esser and children , Patty and Charles , Ar- thur Gack , Miss Marilyn Brodier and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moore and son , Jay, of Pa tchogue. The birth- day of Martin Gack , Sr., was also celebrated. A miscellanous bridal shower was given for Miss Catherine Waters of Patchogue at the home, of Mrs. Burton J. King on East Main Street Friday. A buffet sup- per was served. Present were Mis- ses Patricia Waters , Enid Louda . Bernice King, Janice King, Jose- p hine Waters and Mesdames Cath- erine Waters , Frances Fichtner , Blanche Briscoe , Laura Louda , Esther McGinnes , Mae McGinnes , Bernice Jaync , Gladys Polonski , Alice Mackey, Arlene Harbo , Ire- ne Waters , Madge Wallen , George Stauffer , Margaret Mannino , Ma- thilda Takats , Robert Takats , Mae Miller and Vera Quinn. Miss Wa- ters will be married to Edward Currier , Saturday. The Daughters of Israel Jacob Aid Society will meet at the home of its president Mrs. Esther Scli- ackman at 140 Roe Boulevard at 8:30 p. m. October G. All mem- bers and non-members are wel- comed to attend. A surprise anniversary dinner was given by Miss Herta Doen and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Neuhoff at the Sunrise Restaurant , Center Moriches , September 25. Guests- of-honor were Mr. and Mrs. Wal- ter Docrr of 488 East Main Street , who are married 43 years. The guests included Anita , Erica and Ingrid Neuhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Doerr , received congratulations f rom their son Walter Doerr , Jr.. and family of Yokohama. Japan. Where Do You Go For The Most Comp lete Assortment of Office Supplies , Equi pment , Machines and Service ? - Siifl^fei *JU——*. - . ::i!?iiil- .: ^..^y ; s ¦ - . - . (P; * ,\\. ' \[ ' :;: ' . ; v\ . - . *-' ¦ \•<¦ • \ • » ¦ ; 851 Montau k HyW| , ;; *a&. L *V&%& \ ¦] EMerson Bayport , L. I. fe|:' : r \*?*£ '^ *$&^ #M 3 - 6550 The only locally owned and operated complete Super Market We reserve yj ^0^^^^ * ^ ffin d kw IffM dIP ^—^^m*~~~~~~'^ mM •¦ ¦*«•<> \** ^m7 ^w a^HKar wB ^Wm ,^D^ MB ^& ^B w M K^W <^ y^L<!\ SUPER MARKET l /&/ \ MEDFORD AVENUE at SUNRISE HIGHWAY I »«£S- J PATCHOGUE TeL GRover 5-088S t— .^, Open Daily 8 A.M. tn 6 P.M. —Thurs. - Fri. to 9 P.M. WE'RE CEL EBRATING OUR 6 th GROCERIES - MEATS - NOVICK ' S FAVORITE - ALL GRINDS JERSEy CL ,T_Whole or Elther haIf LUr tOrrttJ! Lib. bags $1 FRESH HAM » ». 49« Mix ' em or Match ' em Sale <LBAN SK,NNED \ ACK> r-ii-r Mi „„„,. LAMB _ SHOULDER CHOPS AND STEW til UK rlt£<iNl.|i y. 1 • • II aCtti laaW BEANS i5y 2 -oz. can M * Combination \>. JfiTc WHOLE OR CREAM 0 fOt VUIIIUIHrtllUII 9M « CORN lb. can HICKORY SMOKED ^ AN l ™ii K c.„ ,| ftA Sliced Bacon lb. 59c PEAS AND T| UU CARROTS lb. can 1 VW XSi SPJ?. £!i{V ,ED PR,ME AND CHOICE SLICED B BONELESS IOP BEETS ib. can Sirloin Roast ^ Sftc KRASDALE Lar B e Can W1UUUI IWOOl VJ0** Fruit C ocktail 3 for $1 BONELESS TOP R? LE , , . , Tz- ft\ Sirloin Steak lb &B€ Pineapple Juice 4 tor $1 PURK BFST FRESHLY GROUND REGULAR Evaporated Milk 8 for $1 Chop Meat 3Ib - P k - 99 « HOFFMAN large bottle pale dry dep. incK BKEF HAMB URGER Ginger Ale 4 for $1 PATTIES 3 lbs- *2 - Frozen Food & Dairy — .„«_«^ < * FLAGSTAFF FROZEN IMiflMJi?Hill?E3Tl k 7*^ ORANGE JUICE , 6 oz. can 6 for $1 E N?iTrT lYJ S^Mfc BIRD'S EYE MEAT LOAF OR CHOP flimhl fl ill I il ^mfflF BEEF DINNER 2 pks . $1 LARGE CRISP STAIK ~* W£W \ CASSE^LE :AKm i AND CDIS $1 PAg CAL CELERY 2 for 19c BIRD'S EYE U- S- N\' l S,/ ' E A — 10-,b- vent vu ba* LEAF SPINACH 6 pks. $1 Ll POTATOES 25c FRESH LOCAL GRADE A WHITE KE1) EMPEROR MEDIUM EGGS doz. 55c GRAPES 2 lbs. 29c KRAFT DELUXE — Save 10c _ Reg. 39c LARGE SWEET MARGARINE lb. 29c Honey dew Melon ea. 39c FREE GIFTS — SAVE YOUR REGISTER RECEIPTS We cut unrt wrnn meat. Tnr l.nm,. freezer at LOWEST PRICES Grocery & frozen food prices effective through Tuos., Oct. I. All other prices effective weekend only. TAPf'Q MiOM KennedyJohnson head- J _ /iLV^r> k. O 1V1U1V1 quarters on South (Tcean Avenue , Patchogue , was officially opened by mother of Democratic Presidential candidate , Senator John F. Kennedy, last Thursday. Shown prseenting Mrs. Kennedy with bouquet of flow- ers arc Dominic J. Baranello , left , Brookhaven Town Democratic leader; Adrian F. Mason , Suf- folk County Democratic leader , and Mrs . Lyn N ichols , Brookhaven Town campaign manager for Kennedy-Johnson . Mrs. Kennedy, in brief talk , told of role women are playing in getting out vote for her son. —William R. Goldfein Photo Three in Area Now At Barnard College Fort y-seven Long: Island girls, including: thre e from this area , were among- the :i(vl freshmen who entered Barnard College in New- York City last week. Two are from Patchogue. They are Jean Murph y and Susan Tuck- er. The other is Nancy Neveloff of Bayport. Miss Murph y is the daughter of Mr . ;lnd Mrs. John Murphy of 17 Campbell Street , Patchogue. She is a graduate of Patchogue High School where her activities included : Honor Society, Speech and Debate Club , Student Council. Math Team , Radio Announcers Club , Science Club . Sports Club , and newspaper staff. She also was a Nationa. Me:-it finalist. Miss Tucker is the daug hter of Mr. and Mrs. David Tucker of 101 Rider Avenue . Patchogue. M iss Tucker entered Barnard from Pat- chogue High School , where she • •as Student Council representa- tive , sports editor and assistant editor of the newspape-, and a member of Future Teachers of America. Miss Xeveloff is the daughter (lf Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Neveloff of 58-1 Middie Road, Bayport. A graduate of Bayport High School , Miss Neveloff has been honored with the American Legion Best- Girl Student Award , the DAR award , school chemistry award , and Suffolk County Mathematics Association award. She served as feature editor and editor-in-chief of the school newspaper. Honor Society president and Forensic Society secretary-treasurer. WE THANK YOU - - - The opening of Tinker National Bank' s new Centereach office was a fine success. It could not have been so without the presence and partici pation of many of our customers and other good peop le of the area whom We hope will be- come customers. It is a privilege to serve this community and its citizens and a p leasure to express our sincere appre- ciation for their interest and patronage. THE TINKER NATIONAL BANK on Route 25 at Centereach , L. I. JUniper 5-8300 Member , F.D.I.C. Other Offices at East Setauket and Port Jefferson Station Temple Beth-El Lists Services For Yom Ki ppur Yom Kippur , the Day of Atone- ment , will be observed b y the Jewish peop le at sundown tomor- row night. The observance will last until Sundown Saturday. Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the Jewish religion and is ob- served both at home and in the synagogue. It marks the end of hol y observances which started on the eve of last Thursday. The observance is marked by a fast for the hol y day. The schedule of services for Temp le Beth-El , Oak Street , Pat- chogue, is as follows: Kol Nidre will be heard at G:. 'J0 p. m. to- morrow; Saturday morning serv- ices at 9 a. m., Torah reading at 11 a. m , sermon at 11:30 a. in., junior congregation at 11:. '10 a. m., Yizkor (Memorial Service) at 12 noon , Mincha at 5 p. m. and Neilah at 6:15 p. m. Set County-Wide Battle A gainst Obscene Mail A countrywide meeting on the battle against obscenity in the United States mails will take place at 8 p. m. Wednesday at the North Bab ylon Hi gh School. Mrs. Cecil M. Harden , special assistant to the Postmaster Gen- eral and nationally known speak - er , will discuss the department' s extensive campaign against the sale and distribution of obscene and pornogra p hic material to the youth of our nation. Mrs. Harden was appointed b y Postmaster General Arthur K. Summer-field to be special assis- tant for women ' s affairs on March 7. K). r )!l . Prior to this time , Mrs. Harden was a member of the Con- gress of the United States , where for 10 years she represented the Sixth Congressional District of Indiana. Mrs . Harden still makes her birthplace , Covington , Ind „ her borne. Her husband , Frost R. Har- den , is a retired automobile dealer. Their son , Dr. Murray E. Harden and his wife , Marjorie , reside in Lafayette , Ind. The former eon- gresswoman has three grandchil- dren. Mrs. Harden taugh t in her county and city school systems and has been active as a leader in community affairs . Her affiliations i iclude membership in Eastern Star , past president of Alpha Gamma Chanter of Tri-Kappa. Rooklovers Club , Business and Professional Women ' s Club , Zonta International , Daughters of the American Revolution, American Legion Auxiliary, Congressional Club of Washington , D. C , and American War Mothers. Shr is a member of the Presbyterian church. 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