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The Patchogue advance. (Patchogue, N.Y.) 1885-1961, April 13, 1961, Image 17

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Ronkonkoma and the La ke N ews Mr* . B. Davis . JV 8-H9S7 Mr- 1 . r ' n.iHcs Sous was guest-of- !* o * ii - * -si a > * ork shower given for h,T M.ti ¦ • 11 '' _ • \ * in the home of her ri-l c! -in -law. Air* -; . John Sens of Henry Avenue. Co-hostesses were >* « ¦ • * mother. Mr- * , (iu^tav Seiden- M') n\ai:- \ . her mother-in-law. M rs. , 1« an S.M 1 . - . her sister. Mrs. Edwin A ;uiei - > - -- i * . and her si. »tevs-in-law. ;, \ le . -dame- - t It' ovgo Sous . .J osep h S-u~ . i.;iu'i-(M u* (* Doyle and .lohn Se;;s. i\ : - . . . - miosis were Mesdarnes . Enevue Murray . Josep h Weisbeck- I\ . Kirr. ' e Hago?* . Lawrence Davis . [l! ; *!ui ' - Pfeifor , Hurkliard Soiden- !rhv , ;r. , Anna Willis. Mary Sko- X , \n. Emma Burrows , Charles 1 . V.rirniMm* . Charles Bfi' -rmunn. Jr., ' Mary Ann Sens . Bertha Behensky, Yi<> j a Kni g ht and the Misses Mary j \nn Burrows . Lois Sepe and Ros- 3y ;i Sepe . The recreation room of the Se;i> home was decorated with v. iiite . p ink and blue streamers and stork motifs. After the guest-of- i onor (>pened her many gift s , a buffet supper was served. A cake. \baked in the form of a bassinet. was the center decoration on the i-ayly decorated dining table. Mr. and Mrs. Cerald Compasso of li» David Lane, the Lake, are i ' -* e parents of a son born in Ma- ther Memorial Hosp ital March 23. < > u tiie same day. and in the same hosp ital , a son was also born to ¦Mr. and Mrs. Donald Emery of Virginia Avenue, the Lake. The PateTtogue Advance is on sale at: Lake Ronkonkoma Sta- t ioners , Lechowit ' s Delicatessen , Teddy ' s Luncheonette , W h el a n Drug Store . Frank' s Stationery. I.akoma Food Stores , Inc. in Lake Ronkonkoma. —Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Duffield of Hawkins Avenue returned home Friday after spending 1 the holiday visiting their son-in-law and daughter. ' \ Mr. and Mrs. Richard S< .ra::**o and four children in New Castle. Pa. Also visiting at the ;\-va//:< • home were Mrs . Puffield' s ' . brother and sister-in-law. Mr. ancF Mrs. Nicholas Miller of Ann Ar- bor . Mich. Mr. Miller was brought up at the Lake and is well known by all the \ old timers. \ Miss Jean Gilmore , daug hter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gilmore of . \ .it Cherry Street , was guest-of- honor at a birthday party on Fri- day evening, celebrating her thir- teenth birthday. The party was held in her home. Guests present were Mary Ann Bambola , Cisti Fitzgerald . Barbara Ann Foley, Bonnie Moore, Deborah Prince, Ruth Ann Prince , Mary Lou Wah- lers , William Closson , James Fa- bian . Thomas Foley, Richard Cladd. Sandy Kennedy. Kenneth Seltman . and the guest-of-honor ' s brother and sister , Barry and Pa- tricia Ciilmore. Jean received many lovel y gifts. A buffet supper was served. The Patehogue Advance is on sale at: Station Super Market , Liggett' s Drug; Store in Ronkon- koma. —Adv. Mr. and Mrs. George Hall and their three children of Brooklyn spent a day last week at their summer cottage on Larch Street. Mr. and Mrs. William Closson and children. William. Ronald and Cathy, of Patehogue Road spent Easter with Mrs. Closson ' s par- ents . Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roehrig, Sr., in Rockville Centre. Also at the home of the senior Roehrig-s were W T illiam Roehrig of Rockville Centre and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roehrig, Jr.. and children of North Babylon. A number of local residents at- tended the Evangelical Skating Fellowship party at the Bay Shore Skating Rink Monday evening. Mrs. John E. White. Mrs. James E. Davis and Mrs. Edward Hazard of the Lake attended a meeting of the Woman ' s Auxiliary of the Evangelical Child and Welfare Service at the Patehogue Baptist Church on April 4. G. Allen Okvist , son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Allen Okvist . Sr., of Car- roll Avenue , celebrated his third birthday with a party April 4. The party, planned for April 8, which is his birthday, was postponed on account of the death of a close rel- ative. Guests at the party were his maternal grandmother , Mrs. Fran- ces Falkman . and Mrs. Ann An- drews and children of Centereach; his paternal grandmother. Mrs. Ivar Okvist. and Mrs. Charles Laux and children , Heidi and An- drew . Mrs. Ann Carroll and child- ion. Virginia and Claudia , Mrs. Marie Reilly and children , Robert and Cindy, Mrs. Anita Falkman and children . Joseph and Lawrence and also David Carroll , all of Lake Ronkonkoma; Mrs. Lottie Giatras and son . William , of Patehogue; Mrs. David Grange and daughter , Zanne. of Fort Leavenworth. Kan. and Mrs. Robert Hobbs and daughter. Betsy, of Wheeling, Va. At the regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Daughters of America. Court of St. Joseph, Miss Catherline Rafferty of Gatelot Avenue was presented with a gift at the social following the busi- ness meeting. The gift was made in honor of her forthcoming mar- riage to David McCullough in St. Joseph' s on Apri l 22. George Svetlichny, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mihail Svetlichny of Av- enue C, is on the dean ' s list of Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy where he is a sophomore and studying physics. He is one of 40 students with an A average inj every subject. Young Svetlichny j is a graduate of Sachem H i g h I School where he was also an honor student. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hobbs of W r heeling, W. Va. motored to the Lake on April 2 to visit Mrs. Hobbs ' parents , Mr. and Mrs. Ivar Okvist of Cherry Street. Their children , Robert, Patrick , Carey and Betsy, accompanied them. Mr. Hobbs , who is attending college, returned home the following day. Mrs. Ifobbs will return home this weekend. She is the former Miss Edith Okvist. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Gimmler , who were married in Trinity Meth- odist Church in Coram on Easter Sunday, are spending their honey- moon in Florida. When they re- turn, they will reside on Smith Street , the Lake , where they have purchased a home. Catholic Daughters of America , Court of St. Josep h , bowling lea- gue scores last week are as follows : Kayed' s Kids — Mrs. Jo- sephine La Foy 152 , Mrs. Marie Reilly 161 , Mrs. Lillian Schoene- mann 142 : Lites Out — Mrs. Bar- bara McCami 140 , Mrs. Jacqueline Seholl 145-155, Mrs. Muriel Clarke 147-202; Deadbeats — Mrs . Ger- trude Amann 151-148; Desperados — Mrs. Winona Morrissey 140. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lalumia of Third Street , Ronkonkoma. are the parents of a daughter born in Brookhaven Memorial Hospital March 29. On the same day, and in the same hospital , a daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cor- ley of the Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Max Becker of Southold were guests April 3 of Mr. Becker ' s brother-in-law and sister , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Mc- Nulty of Carlson Road. Mr. Beck- er , a former resident of the Lake , was always an ardent fisherman and now , in his ^ eigh ty-third year , is still interested in the sport. He has 24 boats in Southold which he rents out to fishermen. Mrs. Lewis W. Davis and her young son , George, of Union Av- enue are staying in Paterson for severa l weeks so M rs. Davis , who is a nurse , can take care of her mother , Mrs. John Bishop, after her return home from the hospital. Mr. Davis spends the weekends in Paterson. Walter Kunz is convalescing in his home on Cleary Road after un- dergoing surgery. Mrs. Harry Jockers of College Point is visiting for several days with her son and daughter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jockers, Jr., of Richard Avenue and their child- ren , Susan. Gloria and David. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pryor of Oak Street are celebrating their twenty-fifth wedding anniversary today. Miss Dorothy Ann Schwaegler , a third grade teacher in Nokomis Elementary School , was married March 25 to Donald Robelen in St. Ann ' s Epi scopal Church in Sayviile. Members of the Jolly Eight Card Club held their last meeting on Thursday in the home of Mrs. Walter Curran on Metzner Road. Members present were Mesdames Fred Hopper , John Rubach , Harry Leftwich , Minnie Muller , John Flathmann and Herbert S. Strul- ler. The next meeting of the group will be held in the home of Mrs. Rubach on Mohawk Avenue April 20. The Pine Lodge Social Club will hold its regular monthly business meeting in the Pine Lodge Inn at 8 p. m. tomorrow. Mrs. David Grange and her young daughter, Zanne , came by * jet plane from Fort Leavenworth April 3 to attend the funeral of Mrs. Grange ' s uncle , Eric Okvist. She was met at Idlewild Airport by her father and brother , Ivar and Allen Okvist. Mrs. Grange will remain at the Lake until June. Her husband , Major Grange , is at- tending special instruction classes at Fort Leavenworth and their son , David , Jr., remained with his father to finish his regular school term. The Sayviile High School grad- uating class of 1941 p lans to hold a reunion in August but has been unable to contact eight of its for- mer members . Mrs. David McDon- nell , Jr., of 449 Portion Road has asked that anyone knowing the whereabouts of the absentee for- mer students contact her. They are Anese Anderson , Harry Arm- strong. Harold Beyer , Patricia Di- on , John Forham , Robert Hughes , Katherine Kostaki and Ann Ky- ryacas. Mr. and Mrs. Garrett T. Cugell of Ronkonkoma are the parents of a daughter born in Southside Hos- pital March 26. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schmidt have returned to their home on Cherokee Street after a visit of several days with Mrs. Schmidt' s parents in Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand R i c h- ards of Ronkonkoma are the par- ents of a daughter born in Mather Memorial Hospital March 19. The Central District Advance- ment Committee of the Suffolk County Boy Scout Council will conduct a district Court of Honor on Saturday at Sachem High School , School . Road , Lake Ron- konkoma. The program will start at 8 p. m. All Scouts of Central District who have advanced in rank since February 1960 will be recog- nized. The Ladies' \ Auxiliary of the Little League of The Ronkonko- mas met in the Lighthouse Hotel Monday evening. The meetings are held twice monthly at the Lig hthouse and new members will be welcomed. For further informa- tion , call Mrs. Kay Strong. JU 8- 6301 or Mrs. Dorothy Castora , JU 8-6430. Mrs. Kathleen Cleary and Miss Ann Kennelly of Brooklyn were recent weekend guests at the home of Mrs. deary ' s son and daughter- in-law , Mr. and Mrs. James Cleary of St. Joseph Avenue. On Friday John Calen , Fifth grade teacher in the Johnson Av- enue School in Ronkonkoma , took the children in his class on a tour of the Lakeland Fire House. First Deputy Chief , Jack McDermott , and firemen Norman Wolde , Law- rence Hughes and Roy Franchi , showe d the children around. The children making the tour were Sharon Chopping, Karen Denitto , Luisa Estremera , Janice Graebner , Linda. Habley, Floj-eace- Kohler , Marie Moser , Helen Seeholzer , Ca- rol Steigerwald , Randy Arleo, John Barry, Francis Curley, Fred Demarest . Daniel Hoeffner , An- drew Kanyuck , Gerald O'Kula, Robert Palmer . John Pamlayne, Robert Ramalho and Peter Wilson. HOME EXTENSION SERVICE The Lake Ronkonkoma Home Extension Service held its regular monthly business meeting in St. Mary ' s Parish Hall at 10 a. m. Ap- ril 5. with Mrs. John Flathmann, president , presiding and twenty- five members present. Mrs. Mar- garet Sten spoke on \Convenience in Clothes Closets \ at the after- noon session. The members gave an Easter donation to the R e v. Edward A. W r isbauer to show their appreciation for the use of St. Ma- ry ' s Parish Hall. Preliminary les- sons on Spring millinery started yesterday with 12 members in the class. Mrs. Neta Evarts of River- head is the instructor. Classes will also be held n April 19 and 26 from 10 to 4 p. m. Plans are pro- gressing for the annual Silver Tea which will be held May 24. Mrs. Claude Schildt is chairman. The local Home Extension unit will hold its fi rst night class at 8 p. m. today, Mrs. Flathmann presiding. The present officers will remain until the new group elects its own slate. Anyone interested in joining the evening g r o u p may contact Mrs. Flathmann — JU 8-2262. The next business meeting of the day- time members will be held on May o SACHEM LIBRARY The Lake Ronkonkoma Free Li- brary is now the Sachem Public Library, M rs. Frank Halik , libra- rian , announces. The library is op- en Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 1 to 9 p. m.; Tuesday and Thursday from 9 a. m. to 9 p. m.; Saturday from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. AMERICAN LEGION AUX. The surgical dressing group for cancer control of the William Mer- ritt Hallock Unit 155 , American Legion Auxiliary, met April 5 in the home of Mrs. Robert McCabe on Lakewood Avenue , with Mrs. James C. Browne , hostess for the evening. Present were Mesdames Joseph Fish , Joseph Low , Warren Cochran , Michael Pedisich , Harold Sorenson , Sr., Harold Sorenson , Jr., and William Wickers. The group sewed four dozen bandages. Members of the local American Legion auxiliary attended the luncheon and meeting of the Suf- folk County auxiliary held in Bronco Charlie ' s Restaurant in Oakdale Saturday. The auxiliary will be appealing to the public during the month of May to con- tribute to the Poppy Fund. Wear- ing a poppy brings aid to the dis- abled veterans and needy children. Money derived from the sale of poppies will remain in the local community and will be placed in the Rehabilitation Fund. The fund will be used toward monthly dan- ces , the Christmas gift shop, car- nivals and picnics at the North port Veterans Hospital. It is also for use in cases of emergency in the home community when aid is need- ed for a local veteran and his fam- ily. The regular monthly meeting of the unit will be held Wednesday at 8:30 p. m. in the post clubhouse on Church Street. LAKELAN D FIRE DEPT On April 2 Stephen O'Chuito of Flint Place and Ontario Street was taken to Southside Hospital in the Lakeland ambulance. Dr. David Molinoff was in charge. Arthur Browne , Sr., Norman Wolde and Frank Barbaro were the attend- ants. On Friday Mrs. Prestig ia- coma of East Second Street was taken to Mather Memorial Hospi- tal. Dr. Masami Yamaguchi was the doctor and Adam Pitka , Jack Tiederman and Mr. Wolde , the at- tendants. During the past week the Lake- land Fire Department was called out seven times to extinguish brush fires. On April 4 the fire was at Gramby Place and Croton Avenue; April 5 , on Beaver Lane and Pamlico Avenue and another on Terry Road and Nicholas Road ; on Friday, on Mohigan Avenue and Huron Street a n d on Satur- day, on Johnson Avenue between Terry Road and Calvert Avenue and another on Firgrove Road and Havens Avenue; on Sunday the fire was on Mon Repose Lane. ST. JOSEPH'S CHURCH St. Josep h' s R. C. Church has changed its schedule of Sunday masses. They are at 7 , 8 , 9 , 10 , 11 a. m. and 12 noon in the church. In the school auditorium they are at 8:15 , 9:15 , 10:15 , 11:15 a. m. and 12:15 p. m. Daily mass at 7 and 8 p. m. will remain the same. The annual spring card and bunco party of St. Joseph' s will be held in the auditorium at 8:30 p. m. tomorrow. One of the major social events of the Lake Ronkon- koma parish , it is sponsored by the combined societies. Mrs. George Benson , Mrs. Robert Reil- ly and John Allen are in charge. The regular monthly meeting of Court of St. Joseph 975 , Catholic Daughters of America , was held A pril 3 in St. Joseph' s auditorium. Crusades of Prayers were sent to four members of the Court and a perpetual Crusade of Prayers was sent to Father White , former chaplain of the Court , who was re- cently transferred to another par- ish . Mrs. Ann Fish , chairman of education , has entered in a state contest , six poems written by children from St. Joseph' s paro- chial school. Mrs. Ann Gruss , vice grand regent, sent the following religious articles to missionary fa- thers in Africa : Two large statues , 9 framed Holy pictures , 4 rosaries , 19 medals , 79 Holy pictures and 1 rosary with case. ST. MARY'S CHURCH St. Mary ' s Episcopal Church holds Sunday services at 8 , 9:40 , and 11 a. m. with Holy Commun- ion and a sermon at all three ser- vices. The church school meets in the parish hall Sunday at 9:40 a. m. Holy communion is administer- ed daily at 9 a. m. in the old rec- tory. Laying on of hands for the sick . Fridays after Communion. St. Elizabeth ' s Guild is sponsor- ing a card party to be held in the pari sh hall ( Pond Road) at 8 p. m. April 21. Mrs. Eleonore Rand is chairman. Proceeds will be used for the benefit of St. Mary ' s church school. METHODIST CHURCH The Methodist Church at Five Corners holds Sunday services at 9:30 and 11 a. m. The Sunday School meets at 9:30 a. m. The Confirmation llass will be received into the membership of the church April 30 at 11 a. m. at a special worship service. The Junior High Youth Fellow- ship meets each Sunday at 6 p. m. This Sunday the Smithtown and St. James groups will join the meeting. The Woman ' s Society of Christ- ian Service is sponsoring a For- eign Intrigue Luncheon at 12 noon Tuesday. The menu will include chicken cacciatore , Swedish meat balls , chicken chow mein and lamb curry. The society will hold its next meeting April 27 at 8 p. m. when election of officers will be held. New members of the Cherub Choir are Allen Azon , Lawrence and Marie Brandt , David Donnelly, Deborah and Michael Hart , Nina Mitchell , Jean Nicoli , Edwai'd Re- res , Phyllis and Richard Schuler , Lorraine Pfeil, Debra Markert , Harry Swanson , Roy Vollgraff and Kathy Wagner. The choir meets for rehearsal each Sunday dfter Sunday School and is direct- ed by Mrs. Francis Terry and Miss Nancy Roettinger , assisted by Miss Leslie Brandt. Anyone able to help make gowns for thi s group is asked to contact either the Rev. William Boone or Mrs. Terry. HOLY CROSS CHURCH Holy Cross Lutheran Church holds services Sunday at 8:15 , 9:30 and 11 a. m. The church school meets at 9:30 a. m. Holy commun- ion is celebrated the first Sunday of each month at all three church services. The following were received in- to the fellowship of Holy Cross during March : Mrs. Gertrude Becker , Joseph Gaigal , Ann Got- wald , Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kah- nert, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Mc- Clure , Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Phil- lips , Mrs. Ilona Theinert. Heide Marie , daug hter of Mr. and Mrs. Sandor Bujtas , was bap- tized by the Rev. William Got- wald at Holy Cross Sunday. The Secretarial Aides met in the church at 7 p. m. yesterday. The Men ' s Brotherhood will hold their second workday at the church on Saturday, working from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. The Sunday School tea- chers will hold a meeting at 8 p. m. Monday. The Ladies ' Guild will meet at 8 p. m. April 20. A special program has been planned. The Confirmation class will meet at 6:30 p. m. today. Parents of Confirmants are asked to at- tend the meeting for about 15 min- utes at 7:30 p. m. Holbrook Mrs. Brya n St. Louis . JT7 8>/> . ' i.14 Miss Melina Wild of Coates Ave- nue was the surprised guest-of- honor at a bridal , shower given for her b y Mrs. Joseph Benincasa of Patehogue at the Holbrook Hotel , Thursday night. The party room and table were decorated and Miss Wild received many gifts. Guests attending who enjoyed a buffet supper including a three-tiered cake were Mesdames John White and John Pinter of Lindenhurst , William Bush of Rockville Centre , Eugene Salerno of Westbury, Kay Burr , Sr., and Ray Burr , Jr. , of Centereach , Guy Castro of Lake Grove , G. M. Lucas , Sr., and G. M. Lucas , Jr., of Selden , Philip Holz of Patehogue , Domenick Toncelli of Beth page , also Mesdames Wil- liam Wild . John Wild , William St. Denis . Edwin Ebmeyer , Jr., Leo Steidel , Jr., Bryan St. Louis a n d Frank Bieler and the Misses Dawn Salerno of Westbury, Karen Wild and Maureen Curley. Miss Wild will b e c o m e the bride of Mark Grammatteo at the St. Joseph' s R.C. Church, on Julv 2. The Patehogue Advance is on sale at: Maybar Superette , Phil' s Market , in Holbrook. —Adv. On Friday afternoon the pupils of the third grade presented a mu- sical play at the Grundy Avenue School. The play was entitled , \Johnny Apple Seed\ and was un- der the direction of Mrs. Edward Doll. Mrs. Arline Judd was the ac- companist, and members of the cast included : Johnny App le Seed , Kenneth Hines ; Mother Chatman , Eliza beth Marlborough , Father Chatman , Richard Klemm ; Grey Wolf , Fred Klarman; Apple Brown Betty, Dorothea Barboza ; Bobby, Thomas Stevenson and Nathaniel, John Nielson. The Guardian An- gels were Carla Wicks , Neil Matt- son , Joanne Ebm eyer , Patricia Seekamp and Doreen Hazard. Children were Richard Cohen , To- ny Rodriguez , Donald McKay, Richard Chatte n , Terry Smith , Margaret Jones , Thomas Kamin- sky, Albert Celli , Patricia Dasch , Robert Pacella , Geraldine Theil , Joseph De La Rosa , Diane Timo and Paul Gupinski. On April 2 , the Rev. William Roser baptized Kate Elizabeth Rice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Rice of Hatboro , Pa., and niece of Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Granger of Avenue A., at the St. John ' s Lutheran Church. Miss Becky Lynn Steele of Carmel , Calif. , was the infant' s god-moth- er. Holy Communion was celebrat- ed at the St. John ' s Lutheran Church at both services on Sunday morning with the Rev. Will- iam Roser officiating. Sunday evening the Walther League will meet at 7:30 p. m. The Ladies ' Aid Society will omit their meeting this afternoon because of the rum- mage sale. The choir will rehearse this evening at 7:30 p. m. and the Mary Martha Guild members will meet at the church at 8 p. m. On Apri l 24 , 25 and 26 there will be a New York Pastoral Retreat at Ocean City, New Jersey. Mrs. Henry F. Heine of Coates Avenue was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Skidmore , Jr., and daughter , Linda , at their home in Sayviile April 4. Richard and Robert Bergstrom , twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. John Bergstrom of LaVerne Avenue , are recuperating from the mumps at their home. Mrs. John Hansen returned to her home on Lexington Avenue Tuesday after spending the Eastr Holidays with her sister , Mrs. Charles Ott of Parkchester , and other relatives. Pfc . Kenneth Kennedy, who is with the United States Marines stationed in Newfoundland , is spending a ten-day leave at his home on Pauline Street. The Rosary Crusade Group will hold their monthly social , which is open to the public , at the Civic Hall at 1 p. m. Tuesday. Edward McGowan of Bay Shore , the Islip Town campaign director , will be the guest speaker at a reg- ular monthly meeting of the Re- publican Club , Inc., to be held at 8:30 p. m. Wednesday. Presiding at a regular meeting of the Holbrook Parent-Teacher Association held at the Grundy Avenue School last evening, was Mrs. Albert Jones. Following the business meeting, James Reese , physical education teacher , gave a brief summary of his program for the year , after which some of the students partici pated in activities as they are actually performed during gym classes. The Holbrook Catholic Society will meet at the Civic Hall on Grundy Avenue at 8:30 p. m. Tues- day. On Saturday evening, the Wal- ther League of the St. John ' s Lu- theran Church presented a special program at the church , which was well attended. Four films were shown including, \Our Church\ , \A Place To Go \ , \The Song Of Ruth\ and \The Wonder Hand Of God\ . Between the films the fol- lowing young people performed , accompanied by Miss Diane Mag- gio on the portable organ: Emily Schoenfelder , Walter Schoenfelder , Hugh Dalton , Theodore Walstrum , Jane and Ellen Bleimiller , and Mrs. Peter Berg. Frank Bieler and Edward Elvington were the ush- ers. Mr. and Mrs. George Peters of Oldfield spent Sunday visiting Mrs. Henry F. Heine , at her home on Coates Avenue. Once in a lifetime I The finest workmanship at popular prices in Wedding invitations. Let us show you our beautifu l samples of en- graving, raised lettering, and printing. Fast Delivery. Ask to see them when you bring in your news for the society page. The Patehogu e Advance , Medford Ave- nue. —Adv. Holtsville and Farmingville Mrs. Marion D. Riley. GR . \i-SIHS Mr. and Mrs. Roger S. Williams of Waverl y Avenue , Holtsville , are the parents of a daug hter , Ellen Theresa , born March 28 at Brook- haven Memorial Hospital . Ellen weighed 8 pounds , 7 ounces. Mr. and Mrs. Williams have two other childre n , Douglas and Richard. Candido Andy Gonzalez , son of Mr. and Mrs. Candido Gonzalez of Raymond Avenue , Farmingville , spent Monday at Lockhaven State Teachers College , Lockhaven , Pa. After a college interview , Andy toured the campus. A surprise birthday part y was given for Walter Rose by his wife , Catherine , and daughter , Elizabeth , at their home on Stephens Street , Farmingville. The part y was g iven on Easter Sunday. At the same time Mr. and Mrs. Rose observed their sixteenth wedding anniver- sary and the birthday of one of the guest , Mrs. Kurt Oesterheld. A fter dinner , those present danced and listened to music. Guests pres- ent were: Mr. and Mrs. Curt Low- enstein , Medford ; Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Desterheld and daughter , Ka- rola , Woodside ; Mr. and Mrs . Walter Siegert , Mr. and Mrs. Ar- thur Bahnmuller , Mrs. M. Ander- son and children , Violet and James , Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kelly, Thomas Kelly and Mr. and Mrs . John Kei- bel , all of F' armingville . The Patehogue Advance is on sale at: Hopkin ' s Delicatessen , Lydecker ' s General Store , Holts- ville Luncheonette in Holtsville. —Adv. Adolph Theleman of Glenwood Place , Farmingville , is convalesc- ing at home following a 10-day stay at Mather Memorial Hospital . His son , John, was home on a short leave from the Coast Guard Acad- emy, New London, Conn., at the time his father underwent surgery. The son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Riley of Abner Drive , Farmingville , have birth- days in April. Kenneth was 14 last Saturday and Patricia is 18 today. Farmingville had two winners in the Sachem High' s Science Fair. Francine Cohen of Francis Boule- vard won first place among the junior high exhibitors with her \Cells: The Building Blocks of Life. \ Arthur DeCastro of Starl- ing Place won honorable mention with his \Constellation Viewer ( Electrical). \ Baseball registration for Farm- ingville , Holtsville , Map lecrest and Farmingville Lawns will be held Saturday from 9:30 a. m. to 12 noon at the Farmingville Fire- house. Registration will be for mid- gets , age 9 to 12 , and juniors , age 13 to 15. Anton Loeffler and Thomas Lombino will be in charge, The Fi re Department cautions all residents to be careful when burning leaves or refuse. There have been more than 25 fi res in the last month because of small fires getting out of control. Burn in containers and keep a hose nearb y. Do not burn on windy days. The Farmingville-H o 1 t s v i 11 e Civics Association held its month- ly meeting last week. At the meet- ing Mrs. Eleanor Bercaw was ap- pointed public relations officer and Mrs. James Reilly appointed civic representative to the Brookhaven Town Board. There will be a meet- ing on street lights for this area. The Community Democratic Club meets at 8:30 p. m. Tuesday at the Farmingville Fireball. There will be an election of officers at this meeting. The Ladies ' Auxiliary of the Holtsville Fire Company will hold a card party at 8:30 p. m. Saturday at the Community Hall on Waverl y Avnue. Refreshments will be serv- ed. GIRLS SCOUTS Girl Scout Troop 14 was in- structed by Mrs. Marti n Ragl in the art of making paper flowers. The Scouts made their mothers potted tulips for Easter. Assisting Mrs. Ragl with the project were Mrs. Lawrence , leader ; Mrs. C. Reth , Mrs. M. Aldrich , and Mrs. Daniel DiPierro , mothers of the girls. Troops 14 , 51 and 54 took a bus trip last week to the Shinnecock Indian R e s e r v a t i o n , Hampton Bays. The Scouts were met by Princess Nowedonah who was hostess , guide and instructor dur- ing the tour of th~ reservation. The princsss gave the Scouts a lesson in the heritage and history of the Shinnecock Indian and pointed out many points of interest . A special show by Chief Thunderbird , Princess Thunderbird and Princess Nowedonah gave the hi g hli g hts of Indian songs , dances and peace p ipe rituals. The girls participated in the songs and dances . Herman De- Castro , scoutmaster , Boy Scout Troop 81 , and son , Arthur , were invited to take part in the peace pipe ceremony. Accompany ing the Girl Scouts were : Mrs. C. Diesen , Holbrook; Mrs. Herman DeCas- tro , Mrs. Arlene Crawford , and Mrs. Edward Betz. CUB PACK 80 On March 27 , Pack night was held at the Lynwood Avenue School and the following badges and pins were received : Bobcat badge , Paul Straub , George Strom , Kevin Z a c h a m n ; Bear badge , Wayne Brew , Robert Delany, Ray- mond Fassino , George Foss , Robert; Foss ; Arrow points , James Brill , Robert Foss , Donald Ke-nna , John Knapp, James Lilian , Paul Wal- ther; Year pins , Wayne Brew , James Brill , Raymond Fassino , George Foss , Robert Foss , Robert Klein , Bruce Nason , Milton Neil- son , James Scanlon , James Ullian , Paul Walther; Webelos badge , Bruce Terry, John K nap]. ) , Edwa rd S wen son. CHURCH NEWS The Farmingvilie-Holtsville Con- gregational Church holds worship service at 10 a. m. The Church School meets at 11:05 a. m. Mon- day at 4 p. m. the Senior church membershi p class meets and on Tuesday at 4 p. m. the. Junior church membership class is held. Bible study is held at 8 p. m. Wed- nesday. The Senior Choir 2-ehoarses on Friday nights. All meetings are held at the church unless otherwise specified. The Rev. John M. Mc- Loughlin is pastor. ^_______________________________»»_____—-—__—__~____________H K_H__IHa_______ nH_KBK_M______ B_____ W J|p \Dictation , dictation! He 'd hav e *^j| the answer by now if he 'd jl B asked the question by phone \ jf New York Telephone tfS\ NOTHING SAYS IT LIKE YOUR VOICE S^> > ^^^^UST^AY^iJ^ tt<M V do & / S 'A/ ) // *J *\ MY LAP -\ -FS\ Y J r LL DO lT f ipS tVx u ^ 55 ^ ' rM ( Cf\ U) THE CHA P I EXPERT BUILDING ADVICE FREE DELIVERY FREE FINANCING ASK £f e&<«^°* &xe&«f JSLAND^ 9 m£Jl*r s - oo/it a*4£T^2 fgguTm i-uMSER C2&tyf% *Wm W7«*4j t ' 11 4-A ' v A/ -y 2-Jt 7%&pJt4Mto Gff o\> '£G 5'3232. . ToorooomnKxxxiranrraxY* ^ i «n ^ ^^^^BHH^^^ ^_ M _ ^ -.^ ^^S^S lSS^r See Us For A dvice on That Home Improvement Loan We have the information to hel p you make proper arrangements The National Bank of Lake Ronkonkoma 2 % **fi*flr» » ^^ ^ >«** -i_. * . *¦ * *¦ ^ * ¦ *- » ^> e .jjjffij^ t • w-_i-^-^-^-rt-l--B-B-W- 'y *• - 1 —yn, nT ^ftriS-hi _wi*r> \ - - - _^ j MEMBER : F.D.I.C. and Federal Reserve Bank 1 OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS 6:30 TO 8:00 2 i I i S Hawkins Ave., L. Ronkonkoma JUniper 8-8400 ¦ i nfwin iMg ' iHry -nrw-'ii n i'ii'-'n^^ A water safety instructor training course w i II be held at Equitation Lodge , Spence Ave- nue , Bayport , during Lhe week beginning June 2b\ Classes will be held daily from f t to 8 p. m. through June 30. The course will be open to instructors whose appointments have lapsed , those desiring to take a refresher course and persons at least 18 years of age who hold current- Red Cross senior life saving cer- tificates. Those participating in the course must first complete part 1 of the training course for water safety instructors. Information concerning dates of Part 1 course can be obtained by calling any of the following Red Cross offices: Babylon (MOhawk 9-0385); Cutchogue (PEconic 4- (U' ) 40); Huntington (HAmilton . '!- 0807); S a v v i 1 I e (I ,T U-0828); Shelter Island (SHelter Island !)- 0180), or Southampton (ATlanti c 8-0002). IMII « irr -ii il itrin ¦—1« mini l n n iini i i MI II Slate Water Safet y Instructor Program At Equitation Lod ge

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