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NOTES ON NUPTIALS HAYES—GOETZ Miss Lois Goetz , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goetz of 14 Walnut Street, Lake Ronkonkoma , became the bride of James Hayes of Ronkonkoma Manor , Lake Ron- konkoma , at 2 p. m. Saturday in St. Joseph' s R. C. Churc h , Lake Ronkonkoma. Mr. Hayes is the son of Eugene Hayes of Haver- straw and the late Mrs. Hayes. The Rev. Charles Nosser officiat- ed at the wedding ceremony before the altar decorated with bouquets of white flowers. Mrs. Walter Big- ler played the wedding marches on the organ. The bride , who was escorted to the altar by her father , wore a ballerina-length gown with a lace bodice and a silk organza skirt. The gown had a boat neckline de- corated with sequins and the bouf- fant skirt was decorated with lace flowe r appliques. Her fingertip veil of French illusion was attach- ed' to a crown of sequins. She car- ried a cascade bouquet of white roses and stephanotis. Miss Carol Goetz of Lake Ron- konkoma , a sister of the bride , was maid-of-honor. She wore an aqua gown of silk organza with a very full skirt. The front of the gown was plain and the back was ruffled and decorated with roses. She wore a matching rose on her head with a short veil and carried a cascade bouquet of pink carnat- ions. William Dillon of Haverstraw was best man. Following the wedding cerem- ony, a reception was held in the home of the bride ' s parents for members of the wedding party, immediate members of the family and close friends. The bride graduated from Sa- chem Hig h School last June and is employed by Rosenberg Broth- ers in Smithtown. The bridegroom is a graeluate of Haverstraw High School and is employed by Jericho Floor Cover- ing in St. James. After a short wedding trip, the newly married couple will reside in San Remo. CHIUCHIOLO—VOCHT Miss Dorothy Vocht , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Karcze- wski of Patchogue , became the bride of Emanuel G. Chiuchiolo. son of Mr. anel Mrs. Dominick Chiuchiolo of Patchogue , at 8 p. m. Sunday in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel R. C. Church , Patchogue. The Rev. Saverio Mattel per- formed the ceremony. Given in marriage by her fa- ther , the bride wore a waltz- length gown of Chantill y lace and tulle with lace appliques. She wore a mantilla veil on her hair and carried two white orchids with streamers on a prayer book. Miss Gail Vocht , a sister of the bride , was the maid-of-honor. She wore a ballerina-length gown of yellow chiffon and organza and a yellow crown. She carried a nose- gay of yellow tea roses. A reception was held for about 60 members of the immediate fam- ilies at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chiuchiolo following the ceremo- ny- The couple left on a honeymoon to Connecticut and upon their re- turn will reside on River Avenue , Patchogue. The bride is a graduate of Pat- chogue High School and is em- ployed by Oscar Heineman , Incor- porated , Patchogue. The bridegroom attended Patch- ogue High School and Seton Hall and served in the Armed Forces. He is now employed by Kay Cleaners , Patchogue. LIBBY—JOHANNESSEN Miss Elin Johannessen , daugh - ter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Jo- hannessen of Floyd Road , Shirley, became the bride of John Libby, son of John E. Libby of Rider Avenue , Patchogue , and the late Mrs. Doris Libby, at 4 p. m. Feb- ruary 25 in the First Methodist Churc h in Patchogue. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Herbert K. Robinson. Given in marriage by her father the bride wore a gown of white silk organza over taffeta styled with a fitted silk taffeta bodice with a round neckline and short sleeves. The ballerina-length silk organza skirt over taffeta w r as gathered at the back and caugh t -up in a spray of roses. Her il- lusion fingertip veil was attached to a sequined and pearl crown and she carried a cascade of white and yellow roses. Miss Janet Kirklewski of Broad- way, Mastic , was maid-of-honor. She wore a ballerina-length gown of peacock blue with a round neck- line , short sleeves and a bell shaped skirt. She wore a bow- shapeel heaeipiece with a short veil and carried a cascade of pink carnations. Richard Wells of Hicksville served as best man. The usher was Louis Shiminski of Mastic. Following the ceremony a re- ception and dinner for the im- mediate family and close friends was held at the Pine G rove Inn in East Patchogue. The couple left fe>r a bi ief honeymoon to New York City and are now residing on Jennings Ave- nue , Patchogue. Mrs. Libby graduated from Cen- ter Moriches High School , class of 1958 , and is employed by Reich Brother ' s Long Island Motor Freight in Patchogue. Her husband attended Patch- ogue High School and is employed by Central Aviation and Marine Corporation , at MacArthur Field in Sayville. WAUGH-GR AH AM Miss Helen Parker Graham and Dr. John Stanley Waugh were married Saturday noon 4 in the chapel of the First Congregation- al Church , Amherst , Mass. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. George P. Jochum of Garden City, and Wallace B. Graham of Hemp- stead . The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Waugh of Patchogue Shores , East Patch- ogue. Mrs. Bruce C. Barker was ma- tron-of-honor for her sister and Arthur Waugh was his brother ' s best man. Mrs. Waug h is a graeluate of Mount Holyoke College and is with Houg hton Mifflin Co., Bos- ton. Dr. Waugh is a graduate of Alfred University and received an aeivanced degree in science from Massachusetts Institute of Tech- nology. He is with the Research Division of Raytheon Company. Dr. and Mrs. Waugh will live in Cambridge , Mass. Frances Johnson One of the most important weeks is coming up—Girl Scout week—which is not onl y important to Girl Scouts but important to the whole nation. What can be more important than wonderful Girl Scouting and who more important than that gracious Lady, Juliette Low , who founded Girl Scouting ? Girl Scout week is from March 12 to 18 but those elelicious Girl Scout cookies will be on sale from March 6 to March 18. So if you want to try these ab- solutely delightful recipes lay in a stock of Girl Scout Cookies when a little Girl Scout comes knock- ing at your door. fn other words : \When that special little Girl Scout Comes a-knocking at your door Buy all the cookies that you need— And then buy some more. \ It will be the extra \ some more \ that will go into the dessert re- cipes—the famil y will eat ' the others before you can use them if you don 't watch out. Apricot Whip Using stew r ed dried fruit sweet- ened to taste. Vz tablespoon plain gelati n 3 tablespoons cold water 1 cup hot apricot syrup % cup crumbled vanilla cookies 1 cup whipping cream 12 stewed apricot halves Soften gelatin in cold water; add to hot syrup and stir until dis- solved. Cool and chill. When sli g ht- ly jellied and beginning to set , whip until light and fluffy. Fold in crumbled cookies and whipped cream. Place the apricot halves in bottom of mold and stand N ovel- Teas around the edge. Pour in gelatin mixture and chill until firm. Serves six. Date and Nut Roll ( Using Girl Scout Vanilla or Novel-Teas ) 1 dozen Girl Scout Cookies — broken but not too fine % cup chopped dates 14 marshmallows — cut up 1 cup chopped nuts Vz cup whipped cream Combine the above—saving % cup cru m bs. Mix well and roll up with Vz cup crumbs on the out- side. Wrap in waxed paper and put in refrigerator at least five hours . Cut in slices and top with whipped cream. Most cases of rheumati c fever can be prevented by prompt medical treatment of \ strep \ infections , says the Suffolk County Heart Association. A Pinch of This and A Pinch of That Activities of Interest In Patchogue Jayne-Lattin Auxiliary to Post 2913 VFW , held its elections at the monthly business meeting Mon- day night at the VFW Hall at 32 Edwards Street. Elected to of- fice were Mrs. Douglas Daniels, president; Mrs. Walter Adams , senior vice presielent; Mrs. John McCarthy, junior vice president; Mrs. Elwyn Schaefer , treasurer; Mrs. Thomas Schultz , chaplain; Mrs. Joseph Jankowski. conduct- ress; Mrs. Stanley Wnukiewicz , guard ; Mrs. Nelson Crisler , dele- gate one to county council; Mrs. Elwyn Schaefer , delegate two to count y council; Mrs. Emil Bittner , alternate delegate one , Mrs. John Lizewski , alternate delegate two; and Mrs. James Dougherty, three- year trustee. Following the meet- ing, refreshments were served at a table decorated in green and white. A delegation from the aux- iliary made a visit to the Pine Rest Nursing Home recentl y. Brownie Troop 25 accompanied them and presented tray favors to all the residents. 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 Patchotrue, —Adv. Patchogue Sorosis will have a covered dish luncheon Wednesday at 1 p. m. Following the lunch- eon Dr. David E. Overton com- missioner of health of Suffolk County, will speak on the \Health of 36,000 People in Suffolk Coun- ty. \ Mrs. Griffith R. Owen and Mrs. William Wilson are co-chair- men for the day. Their committee includes Mesdames George W. Breuker , Ral p h , Franklin , Clarence W. Ruland , Arthur W. Lewis , W. Kenneth Jones , James Winano , Frank Panciatichi , Henry C. Haab and Irvin S. - Hawkins. Colonel Josiah Smith Chapter , Daughters of the American Re- volution , was represented at the thirty-fourth anniversary luncheon of the Ruth Floyd Wood ' hu 'll Chap- ter at Freeport Saturday, by two chapter members , Mrs. Arminda Schaefer and Miss Bernice Odell. The regent of the chapter , Miss Helen Strang, introduced the guest speaker , Mrs. Frank Cuff , who was presented with a $75 gift for the DAR school. The Women ' s Fellowship of the Congregational Church will meet in the church at 1:30 p. m. Mon- day. \Color Harmonies with Dried Flowers \ will be the subject of a demonstration by Barbara M. Capen anel Marie Louise McChes- ney of Bellport. Visitors are wel- come. 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 , Gi' uth ' s Grocery, Frank' s Grocery, in Patchogue. —Adv. The chairmen of the Senior High School Graduation Ball met at 8 p. m. February 28 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Warner on Washingto n Avenue. Those present were : Mr. and Mrs. Warner , Mrs. John Cook , Mrs. By- ford Lee , Mrs. \ Louis Hodkin , Mrs. Lazzer Peterson , Mrs. Walter Mc- Cahill , Mr. and Mrs. W. D. War- ner , Josep h Brode, Vernon Greco and Mrs. William Patterson. A letter will be sent to all parents of the seniors to acquaint thorn with some of the arrangements and to ask for more volunteers. A meeting of the parents of the seniors will be held at 8 p. m. April 11 at the high school. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lewis of Cedar Avenue entertained at a family party in celebration of their daughter , Elaine ' s engage- ment to Julius Simai of Brent- wood. Present were Mrs. Arthur Lewis , Mr. and Mrs. William C. Fichtner , Mr. and Mrs. Mario Cie- - ci and daughter , Michelle , Mr. and and Mrs. Larry Hanlon and sons , Gary and Larry, Jr., of Pat- chogue; Mr. and Mrs. William L. Fichtner and children , Kathy-El- len and William , Jr., of Ease Pat- chogue , Miss Linda Kellogg and Andras Bodolai of Brentwood. The engaged coup le received many gifts. NEW PATCHOGUE STREET MAPS 1960 edition. On sale at Asso- ciated Market , Caprino ' s Station- ery Store , G & G Luncheonette , John Murphy ' s Food Market , Inc., Patchogue Stationery Store , Goll' s Delicatessen and Mielway Lunch- eonette. Published b y The Patch- ogue Advance. Also contains East Patchogue , Bellport , Brook- streets in Bayport , Blue Point , haven , Yaphank anel Medford. All this for only 50c. —Adv. Set All-Suffolk JHS Music Festiva l for North Babylon The S-wenth Annual All-Suffolk Junior High Seh «ic >l Mu-h Festival will be held this year tit .North Baby lon tomorrow and .Sai ¦ uday. Forty junior hi gh schools in Suil' olk ( ' oimty will i>f i epivsciu . -d in the band, chorus and orchestra gioups performing. [!. ¦hoarsals \\>\ the band of 136 p ieces , a -chorus of i:5o voices and an orc hestra of 1 in instrumentalist. ; will be held [ >> ¦ * - ' ¦- morrow afternoon and night and Saturday. These rehearsals will culminate in a public performance at 8 p. nt. tomorrow' at Nor th Babylon. Donald H. Hartmnn. assochi u- professor of Music at State \Un i- versity College of Education at Fredonia , will direct the band. Mr . Hartman has partici pated in num- erous New York State all-state concerts and festivals and has con- ducted f r e ei u o n t flute clinics throughout the state. Students from Eastport who have been chosen as members of the hand are Dick Hawkins and Mary Osi p. Those from Patchogue arc Patri- cia Batey, Robert Lysak , David ¦Syrett , Anthony DeVito and Pris- cilla Swan. The orchestra will be under the direction of Dr. Moshe Paranov , well known administrator , educa- tor , speaker , coneluctor , and pianist from Hartford , Conn. In addition to his position as president of the Julius Haitt Musical Foundation of the University of Hartford , he is the author of numerous articles in the music education field and has been in wide demand as a guest conductor of numerous or- chestras. Orchestra members from Patchogue are Madeline Stein , Ro- bert Bolender , Carol Dinkins , Gre- gory - Effimetz. Mary Harris , Patri- cia McBride , Patricia Pfundstem , Pa tricia Peterson , Carol Reich, Pamela Silhan and Judith Silber- bush. Sharon Warner will repre- sent Eastport. The Suffolk County Music Edu- cator. -; Association , now m its ei ghth yea r , has cemducUHl a Jun- ior High School Festisal for seven of those years. By sponseu-ing this larg e program , over fioO of th e count v ' s top j unior hi gh school musicians have an opportunity to combine their talents in rehearsal and performance' - uneler distin- guished conductors. 1 ne cjj oru. - wi.i he directe d b y Allen L. Jiichardsor: , . - .upervisor of music education m tae Wilm- ington , Del. , public Schools. Mr . Kiehardson is well known nati on- ally, having appeared as lecturer , consultant , demonrt >-al or and di- . rector at many national and sfat\ meetings , in additi o n to his many appearances , Mr. iiichardson i ; well known for his . many published choral arrangerm-Ml s and cwmp.>- sitious . Partici patin g in the cho- rus from Patchogue will be Jud\ Lioguardo , Kyle Inivt nn , Kugeii e Gurney and Karen l.y . ak. B'khaven Home Ext * Unit to Pick Officers BROOKHAVKN -• ¦ There will be a meeting o[ the ri\ > ;,\, ' In- tension t \,uv. - ¦;• - . , Iiroekhaveii unit at 7 :. '!(> p. in., Toe. day in ! he Kinelergai ten room of Brookhaven Elementary Scii< >e> 1 . Election of officers will take place. There will be a talk on \Con- venient Clorhes Closets \ b y Miss Margaret Stcen , home agent; pre- liminaries in fabric gloves by Mrs. Charles Axtmaan , leathorcraft b y Mrs . R ' ne. -t Wruck . and bread and rolls b y Mrs. Ral ph Taylor. New members are welcome . Your friends will know good taste anel skilled workmanship have been embodied in the wed- ding invitations you order from The Patchogue Advance—at bud- get prices. —A el v. \W WT VWFn^ are Mr - and Mrs ' Emanuel G - Chiuchiol o , iNHVY Lf l VVHL/»3 \vho wer,? married Sunday in Our Lady of Ml. Carmel R. C Church , Patchogue , by the Rev. Saverio .Mattei. 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' X ^^^ M 'M ^ 'mAn \ SHOES J ! ^ ^^^ 9 for BOvs ! Jr- ' ss -'r ^^F i^ ^ ms sn J rc h / but handsome pair j > ^>/ r^^^^X / °^ Kal'-sten-iks can take | I . r l^^^^^^^ m^L a\ tne rou 9 ^ wear ari § Pv«ferf ««;«« f«r \PARENTSV ^^^^^^^^ Pm I 1 « expert rmmg ror y. m ».<*\mi,/ \^^^^ m^^^^^^ M I dllkJ^ ^§W£L i § C T» s\ /> 52 East ^a in ^*- j j CS ll Ov Patchogue • GR 5-0447 \ -^ ——^^^^„^^„^^^__^____ ^^^_ — . — — The engagement has bee n an- nounced in New York City and in England of Mrs. William Pitt Oakes , of New York , daughter of Mrs. Alfred Bailey of London and the late Mr. Bailey to Mr. Robert David Lion G ardiner of New York Palm Beach , r la., and Gardiner ' s Island. The wedding will take place March >T at St. Thomas Church , New Ye>rk City. Mrs. Oake^ , the former Miss Eunice Bailey, is the widow of William Pitt Oakes , son of Eu- nice , Lady Oakes. and the late Sir Harry Oakes , of Nassau , Ba- hamas. William Pitt Oakos elieel in New York in April 195S. Mr. Gardiner is the son e>f the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert Alexan- der Gardiner «>f New York\ . He is the sixteenth owner of Gardiner ' s Island , given to his ancestor , Lion Gardiner , by King Charles I , in 1639. It is the only lordship anel manor house in this country to be held intact by the same family. He was Democratic candidate for the New York State So. -iat? in 1960 , defeated , but polling 118,000 votes. One of the largest laneleiwn- ers in Suffolk County, he has given land to the New 7ork State Park Commission for the Sagtikos State Parkway, calleel after his estate , Sagtikos Manor , built in 1692 , in Bay Shore. He inherited Gardiner ' s Island , a 3 , 300-acre isle off Montauk Point , from his aunt , the late Miss Sarah Diodati Gar- diner. Robert D, L. Gardiner To Wed Mrs. Oakes James McDermott of Smith Avenue , Holbrook , has recently announced the engagement of his daug hter , Miss Ruth McDermott , to Harry Sengelaub , son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Sengelaub of St. James. No date has been set for the wedding. <• • * * Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carrozzo of Patchogue announce the enga- gement of their daug hter , Marie , to Sal Rosilio , son of Mr. anel Mrs. Dominick Rosilio of Center Moriches. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brunet of Lake Grove , announce the enga- gement of their daughter , Denise , to Frank Hartley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bartley of Hunting- ton. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Meyer of Patchogue announce the engage- ment of their daughter , Miss Glo- ria Mary Meyer , to Robert Charles Kovarik , son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kovarik of Bohemia. Miss Meyer is a graduate of Patchogue High School and is employed by the New York Tele- phone Company, Patchogue. Her fiance attended Bay Shore High School and is assistant man- ager of Acme Super Market in Bethpage. Engagements RFPFNTI Y WFD were Mr * an t L Mr s - George Joseph l x.LoV'-L. - 1 \ 1 Lt 1 VV J-JL/ Smith , who were married at a nup- tial mass in St. Margaret of Scotland R. C. Church, Selden, by the Rev. Roger Guc-rault. The bride is the former Miss Marion Elizabeth O'Hagan of Selden. ???VTTTTfVWVVWWTVWTTTV WWWWV'* OUR HAIR STYLE OF THE MONTH l - - - - £r \v f -i t; ' V ^ , & xSaS < ^»t/ MERRY MOOD Merry Mood is the shape , the ' look and the spjrit of the \little head\ hair styles destined to bo so popular this year. LUCY 'S flEBB *4B9^ ^*-I T* >¦ m mE^r BEAUTY SHOPPE 299 East Main St. Patchogue GRover 5-0823 AAAAAAAJkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA ml A A m

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