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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, March 02, 1961, Image 11

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RFPFISITI V WFH werc Mr- and Mrs - Joh n J * Wahlber s» J\I_ \ _ . I_J.\ 11_ I W ILL/ w ho were married in St. John the Evangelist R. C. Church , Center Moriches. The Rev. Matthew Wisniewski officiated. The bride is the form er Miss Gale Patricia Newham of Center Moriches . —Photo by .Tamos Trypuc Activities of I nterest in Patchogue Fred Satterly, a member of th^ Patchogue Golden Ae, e Social Club, is now recuperating; on bis farm after his recent accident. His ad- dress is Rt. _. Box 125 , Stover , Mo. The Patchogue Unit , American Leji'ion Auxiliary, met February 21 at the Leuion House on Baker Street. An Americanism program was nresented. A 50-star American ate was presented to the unit. Re- freshments were served by Mrs. Emma Manu;o and Mrs. Florence Kamp. The next meeting\ will be held at 8:15 p. m. Tuesday at the Legion House. The refreshment committee will be .Mrs. Julia Schlock and Mrs. Louise Rocco. Allan Rubin , son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Rubin of 8 Jennings Avenue , is ' a junior at Marietta College in Marietta, O., and lias enrolled for the second semester. At college he is a member of the Tau Epsilon Phi Fraternity, Intra- mural Sports, Brendeis Club , American Chemical Association Student Affiliates and German Ciub. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Midway Luncheonette , Otto ' s Stationery, Patchogue Sta- tionery, Pat' s Market , Fessler ' s Delicatessen , Pearl' s Delicatessen Minardi' s Delicatessen , Murphy ' s Grocery, Novick' s Super Market , Jimmy ' s Corner Store , Rimi' s Luncheonette , in Patchogue. —Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig Brail of Roc Boulevard have returned home from a vacation in Florida. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Birmingham of 19 Katy Street are the parents of a son , Scott Edward , born Fri- day at Brookhaven Memorial Hos- pital. The baby who weighed 7 pounds , 5% ounces , has three brothers , Kenneth , Robert and Paul. The Ladies ' Auxiliary of trie North Patchogue Fire Department v'ill meet tomorrow' night in the firehouse on Davidson Avenue. Elbert Gage , who has enrolled at Marietta College for the second semester of the year , is the son of M T . and Mrs. Ervin J. Gage of Hewlett Avenue , East Patchogue. He is majoring in biology. Rav A. Weeks , son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray E. Weeks of 131 Frank- lin Street , and a freshman at State University College of Education at Albany, was recently pledged to Edward Eldred Potter Club , a so- cial fraternity on campus. Mr. Weeks is registered for an AB de- gree with a major in social studies and a minor in English. The Patchogue Unit of the Home Extension Service will meet at 10 a. m. Tuesday at the Four Sisters Community Center when a business meeting and election of officers will be held. At 12 noon a covered dish luncheon will be serv- ed. Miss Helen Easter , Suffolk C o u n t y Home Demonstration agent , will be the guest speaker. The Patchogue Advance is on sale at: Associated Food Market , Caprino ' s Stationery, Caruso ' s Sta- tionery, Paradise Luncheonette , Chiuchiolo ' s Stationery, Elbert' s Market , Paul' s Delicatessen , G & G Luncheonette , GVuth' s Grocery, Frank' s Grocery, in Patchogue. —Adv. The monthly boa rd meeting- of the Sisterhood of Temple Beth El was held at the home of Mrs. Ber- nard Horowitz recentl y. In place of the regular meeting a Spring social will be held April 13 when a one-act p lay will be presented by the Lantern Players of Massa- pequa. The March 13 meeting will feature a social action program entitled \Little Red Schoolhouse. \ Miriam Circle will be hostesses for the evening. Mrs. Max Papanek is chairman. The annual Donor luncheon will be held at the Hunt- ington Town House June 11. Mrs. Aaron Rim land is chairman. Those attending the meeting wer e Mes- dames Harvey Josepovitz . Saul Danziger , Alfred Engel , Harvey Borden , William Miller , Richard Goldstein , Harvey Madell , Leon Chernoff. Aaron Rim i and , D avi (| Gottfried , Josep h Libin , Milton Meltzer, Daniel Berk e , Roval Kweit , Arnold Boden , Robert Kos- soy, Barney Wilder , Ben Gordon, Julius Spiro , Max Papanek and the hostess. The Couples Club of the Church of the Nazarene met Monday nigh t at the home of .Mr. and Mrs . Stan- ley Dixon on Dunton Avenue , East Patchogue. Present we»' e the Rev. and Mrs. Robert Rapalj e , Mr. and Mrs. George Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Hedberg, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Moore , Mr. and Mrs. Ch arles Sanger , Mr. and M\s. Don- ald Crevoiserat , all of Patchogue: Mr. and Mrs. Georce Peyton of Riverhead ; Mr. and Mrs. Geovge N?nry of Bellnort: Mr. and Mrs Oti s Connor of Oakdale; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Crevoiserat of Islip Terrace and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Champ lin of Sayviile. rookhaven - South H ave n Mrs . M. Alburgrer . BElIport 7-0979R A dance is planned for April 8 to be given at the Brookhaven Firehouse with music provided by a five-piece band and including a midnight supper , to be giv -n by the Brookhaven-South Haven Women ' s Auxiliary for the Brook- haven Memorial Hosp ital. Plans for the affair were discussed at the February meeting held Feb- ruary 20 at St. James parish house , w ith Mrs. Sidney Fisher presiding. Dance chairman ' will bo Mrs. Frank Simpson and co-chair- man , Mrs. Gilbert Halpin. At the meeting 1 , attended by about H> members , preliminary work was done on stuffed animals to be sold at a unit bazaar to be bold at some future date. Hostesses were Mesdames August Guerrera and Gino Robbiano. Weekend guest of Miss Judy Munhofen was Miss . Alice ' Poetsch of Hempstead , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Poetsch , former residents of Brookhaven. Miss Munhofen entertained at a lunch- eon Saturday in honor of her guest; Mrs. . Howard V. Swartz flew from Iulewild to her home in Syracuse , Saturday after spend- ing several days with her son- in-law- and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Richard IL Wiswall , Jr., and their four sons. Mr. and Mrs. William Purves of Bay Road , their son , Duane, and daughter , Adele , returned Saturday from a motor tri p South on which they visited Clemson , S. C , Raleig h , \ N. C , then stayed in Florida with Mr. Purves ' mother, Mrs. John Purves , in Ti- tusville , and visited former Brook- haven neighbors , the Malcolm McClellan family, now living m Maitland , and the Robert Vineros , formerly of Patchogue , now living in Innverness. During the Central District 4 school vacation , Mrs. Gerard Sch- letter and children , Gregory and Lynn , of Woodland Road visited Mrs. Sehletter ' s sister-in-law , Mrs. Ernest Broadhurst at her home in Huntington. Mr. and Mrs. Michael McKeown of Mott Lane and their four daughters returned over the week- end from Philadelphis where they bad spent a few days visiting Mrs. McKeown ' s mother and sis- ter , Mrs. Raymond T. Hoopes , and Miss Janet Hoopes at their home in Lansdowne. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Robinson of Montauk Highway received word that their daughter , Mrs. Edward Bonatz of Pt. Pleasant , N. J., had become the mother of her first daughter , third child , this week. Mrs. Bonatz. the former Etna Mae Robinson , and her husband have two sons , Paul , 3 , and Christopher , 2. Their little girl has been na- med Patricia Ann. The Robinsons will go to New Jersey next week to see their new grandchild. In the meantime , their daughter-in- law, Mrs. Ralp h Robinson of Parish Acres , Putnam Valley, is visiting the Bonatzes with the youngest two of her five children. Mr. and Mrs. Alan G. Baker spent last week in New York City as guests of Mr. Baker ' s aunt , Mrs . Frank Rowell. They enter- tained at a cocktail party at which , among- the guests , were for- mer Brookhaven residents , Mrs. Walter E. Corrigan and Mrs. Frederic W. Bancroft , both now living in New York. Mr. and Mrs. Baker attended a performance of \The Unsinkable Millie Brown \ \at the Winter Garden. The Parent-Teacher Association of the Brookhaven Elementary School will meet at 8 p. m., next Th u rsday in the school auditor- ium. On the program will be a discussion of various methods of teaching mathematics , including the Cuisenari system. Also to be brought to the attention of PTA members and others iis a proposal that state aid per j fupil bo in- creased from $389 per pupil to $450 , which would ease increased costs and the tax burihe n in the school district. Everyone is urged to attend. A number of locaf friends of Mrs. Arthur Kaufmann have had word from her from Florida where she is spending the Winter with her sister , Mrs. Marion Prick in Jacksonville , that Mrs. Frattk Kil- lian , formerly of Bayport is in much bette • health. Mr s . Kauf- mann had ju st returned from a visit to Ft. Lauderdale. David Albu rger , Steve and Tom Wiswall and James Gemmell spent Saturday at the Museum of Natural History in New York City. A group of Bellport High School students , together with Dennis Puieston and Arthur Coo- ley, science teacher , motored to Mecox Bay Saturday to study wild life there. No unusual birds were sighted , but it is hoped once the ice has disappeared there will be a greater variety of water fowl and other birds. Brookhaven Elementary School will sponsor their annual faculty basketball game Friday, March 24 , William Purves , school prin- cipal , has announced. Teams will be made up from the Brookhaven faculty playing against a Bell- port faculty team. The school has finished boys ' intermura l basket- ball , and this week the girls ' will be . completed after which there will be games against other -sewools in the-district. Mrs. Marti n Larcombe and hei children , Anna , Martin , Barbaia ami Diane, of Woodland Road spent last week visiting Mr . f.ai- com be ' s pa rents in Atlantic l \ uy N. J. Mrs. Robert W. Starke , who e local chairman for the Heart Fund annual drive in this area, is send- ing requests for donations and self addressed envelopes through the mail this week. A prompt re- ply would be appreciated. Mrs. Edward Nystrom and daughters , Miiss Nancy Nystrom vnd Linda , of Carol Place visited friends in Syracuse last week , in- cluding Mrs. Robert Stevenson , the former Miss Vivien Purves , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Purves of Bay Road. The Nystroms also visited friends in Ithaca and stayed at the home of Mrs. Nystrom ' s sister , Mrs. Louie Smith in Cincinnatus. Mrs. Kohei t Starke ol Bay Road , accompanied by her chil- dren , Bob , John . David , Hill , and Jane , returned last Thursday from Massachusetts where they visited Mrs. Starke ' s parents and brother in-law and sister , Mr. and Mrs. John Holtan and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Schmidgahl , at their home- in Wakefield. Mr. Starke hud spent the previous weekend in Wakefield with his family. Mr. -;. Starke , who is a trustee on the board of the new Suffolk County College as well as on a special Suffolk County Educational com- mittee , states that the college lias GOO new students reg istered as having sta rted the second term of the college ' s first year , an in- crease of 100 ove r the Fall en- rollment of about 500 students . Happy-go-lucky is a fine slogan but when it comes to choosing your wedding invitations you want to add just that touch of sureness you find in the printing department of The Patchogue Advance. —Adv. Mr. and Mrs . Herman Mnier of Ilummo! Av-r. ue . ! lolm e. .L. have ani ' iij mcod ;he engag* menl ol * their da ue lit er . M ; s< I' .as La ra , to Raymond Waiter l> ;iM - e '! . eei o\ M . an.i Mr \ . W' n ' ter Raymond Das--el! of R onkmikoni a. The coun ' e a>e p iennine a June \\ e. i d i i in . Mr. and Mr>. John Sz.do-d of 4 i. ' rco!n Av enne , [ ak- R «»nkon- Koeia have armoe e. ed the t ' tiuaio- men: , -f ih.-ir daughter. Susanne. to Alfred Vdaidi. -..n of Mr . am! M ; - e \?vhon\ Ydatdi of -ins Deer Road . R on k on k om a. Mi-- S'/o!o-i !-; a eraduate of Port JrfiVr-on Hiudi Svhoo! and is emn ' ovvd 1<\ the SntT o 'k County Planning ( ' ommr-sion in llaap- ]Kii:e e . Mr. V, ' !a> ¦ Ii is a graduate of Sayv ''Y limn Selm d and is em- ployed b\ Laurel Auto \\ r eeking <>n K - • <»' • Street Ronkoskoma. A 'Summer wed . ling is planned. Mr. and Mrs. John V. Lloyd of Seaman Avenue , Bayport , an- nounce the engagement of thei: daughter . Miss Marsha Jane , to Miss Marsha Jane Lloyd Gera rd D. R<xdie , Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Gera rd D. Roche of Lev i ttown. Pa. Miss Lloyd is a graduate of Bayport High School and is a senior at Rider College , Trenton, N. J. Her fiance is employed b y the : International Business Machines Corporation in New Jersey, and attends tho evening division of ) iidev College. A Fall wedding is p lanned. Robert Foell of Selden an- nounces the engagement of his daughter . Miss Elizabeth Lucille Foell . to Richard D. Tuttle . son of Mr . and Mrs. Paul J. Tuttle of Mount Vernon. Miss Foell is the daughter of Robert Foell and the late Elizabeth Foell , formerly of Mora l Park. The bride-to-be is a graduate of Port Jefferson High School and is presently employed at the John T. .Mather Memorial Hospital , Port Jefferson. lier fiance served four years in the Navy and is emp loyed at the 1 imex Corporation in Irvington as. a dra ftsman. An August wedding will take p lace in Our Savior Lutheran Church. Centereach. Mr . and Mrs. George Ward of Wavecrest Drive. Mastic Acres , have announced the engagement of their daughter . Miss Lorra i im Ward , to Charles D. Lang, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lam: of Bilt- Miss Lorraine Ward more Drive , Mastic Acres , at a combination engagement and sev- enteenth birthday party in honor of Lorraine at their home , Febru- ary 18. Miss Ward is a senior at Wil- liam Floyd High School in Shirley. Her fiance attended William Floyd High School and is presently employed by Zukowski Plumbing and Heating Company in Brook- haven. No date has been set for the wedding. RECENT ENGAGEMENTS *r 4 * £ Bayport Circle Players jj _ Present $ 5 Th -oe Annual Fund > J Raising Revue .. . *l J \IT S LOVE! LOVE! *\ $ LOVE :\ < £ at the Bayport- < Blue Point High School <\ < FRI. -SAT. — MAR. 10-11 S :30 P. M. £ Proceed * to benefi t £ £ Student Awards and ? $ Bayport Methodist S t Churc h Building Fund £ I Adults Sl.2r» Child ren 75c f F) PERM-O-RAMA Beauty Salon ^|b P| 96 WEST MAIN STREET PATCHOGUE $ *=?3£__I D PERMANEN T WAVE ^Tj^T ES STYLE CUT and SET •*\** - < ? a ^ g| HI WAS H and SET J73 f= | HH HAIR COLO RING 35© up f^ j—i - • No Appointment Necessary ^ ai 55 • Complete Beauty Service =5 55 HOURS Mon. . Tues ,. Thurs., Sat. 9-6 = Friday 9-9 3 Hi GRover 5-94 74 _¦ Want to Build or Buy a New Home? The Union Savings Bank offers various plans for the right FINANCING! Money for conventional mortgages is available and you are most welcome to come in and dis- cuss your mortgage requirements with our experienced sta ff . Service is prompt and closing costs nominal. \The Bank Where Thousands Have Saved Millions Since 1896\ B UNION SAVINGS BANK OF PATCHOGUE, PLX. So . 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Alt \ \ | 1 | must be there *.. but if you look for number six 1 I ; first , the other five will take core of themselves, | iy 1 WEIGHT 4 COLOR * |j | 1 2 CUT 9 BRILLIA NCE § I 3 PURITY 6 JEWELER W I \Gift Showplace of Long Island\ ( 1 Open Mon . and Fri. Till 9 P. M. jj I Qeek JEWELERS , INC . 1 g 85 East Main Street , Patchogue Opp. Miles Shoe g I GRover 5-1 204 I fdfflinininiiinii™ Frances Johnson Today is the joyou s festival of Purim. The holiday, which be . uan last niii'ht, is a festive occasion in celebration of the saving of the Jewish people by Queen Esther and Mordecai from the tyrant Ha- inan. The adults of Temp le Beth EL enjoyed a Purini party Satu rday niii'h t under the auspices of the Ritual Committee and on Sundav . the children of the temp le will have a Purim costume partv tfiven by the PTA of Temp le Beth El . So the favorite reci pe this. -week is for the traditional \Hamanta- shen. \ which is a delightful filled cookie just made for this festival. The cookies are familiarl y known as \Hainan ' s Hat. \ This reci pe was triven to us by Mrs. Max Raieck , wife of Cantor Rajeck of Temp le Beth El. Cantor and Mrs. Rajeck have been here since October and the village has already become acquainted with Mrs. Rajeck' s lovel y soprano voice. Hamantashen 3 e . u'gs n L' cup oil 1 teaspoon baking powder 9-i cup sujrar o cups fl our sifted Filling 1 lemon—juice and rind 1 pound Lekvar \- 2 cup w r alnuts chopped 1 tablespoon bread crumbs 1 teaspoon cinnamon M cup sugar Combine all ingredients for fill- ing. Beat eggs and sugar together , add oil , then flour and baking powder. Roll out dough and cut in cir- cles with a 4 ounce glass. Put about M teaspoon of filling in the middle of the circle. Fold and p inch into three corners (making a ' triangle.) Bake at 375 degrees for 20 minutes. 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