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-EA SI SETAtllf Today amd Yesteirday Fire once more did its devesting ¦ work here last Thursday night , when It consume d the Woodhull brothers ' • home. The fire was discovered be- tween ten an d eleven p ^ m. and Is said to have star ted from a lamp that ex ploded in one of the sleeping rooms. The three brothers , Richard , Ed- - word and Henry Woodhull owned rtnd occupied the home and tilled the farm. They are the last survivin g , members of n ine children born there and this ¦ - . su dden destruc tion of their old home ' ii a shoc k to them which is dep lored : ' generally by the people living: In this . ' ¦ ' : ' . nei ghborhood. Much of the personal propcrt y des- . V : troyed by the fire was among the high- • i y prized antiques. The house was the repository of muc h valuab le information , relating to t he first settlements-made by the white people-IB .t i jisitaiin, ' in which Richard Woodhull!VaW -Wist , played a leading ' part. Wei p i & rst and the family coat '7 ot arms ! trS%\ea. Some \ years ¦ ago the barn on this homestead . » l as'struck by lightning and burned ' down? A new one was ' ¦ _ built. Now it is probable the brothers will have a new house built. The fire that destro yed the Wood- , , ; mil l Brothers ' home had gained too ' ' , muc h headwa y. -when the fire corripany . - . ' ' ¦ was notified for the boys to get there , . . ' , ' In time to save it. They could only ' •• - protect adjoinin g buildings. T he time has come when garden ;. ' • cliibs must temporaril y take n back . ' ¦ seat an d let the \ gun clubs take the , - . ' . ¦ ¦ floor. The gorden clubs help to raise ¦ and su pport the game which in some ' ;. . casSs . y Ses ' Vi cal dama ge , to the gar- • ¦ • dens: - , ^fe^ \ giime club ' with its guns ajid . doga - ruiis It out of town and what i , aoe s nt get killed takes to the • > woods ' , .and , protected by brambles and wi ld i ' rush, s killfully eludes the next ' : diive. I' . ..> , .. . A lter this week; game dinners will . b « i found on the c lubs ' tables , and ¦i. - those boys that prove successful hunt - ;. ers will eat , drink and be merr y. A' Nc J it ' week the silence in the woods and fie lds , arid such ot her places where game . finds a home , will be broken by ' the yelp, o f the dogs and tho report - ' , of the -hunters * , guns. The weather is incl ined ' to be <tf y—autumn leaves are 7-fall ing— ^ ind ' E bme fields arc covered' \ 7 with dr y ' g ras X . Tl i e careful man out . - ' ; hunt ing will hot snioke In such places; '! , . I * We . - - ;the>;l plDe and ' to bacco and 7' clgars ;at * 'hiime .when you so -out to 7'bunt, ¦ ' 'smok ing: In the woods has set .;. - . flres .that - ' havo turned down man y 77 a ' ; pbor . 7»ui'h' B . -iio zaes}.. - Don 't) do , -it . -; ¦ ' ; ' ¦ • j ^ E b rtyre ty' h fr : *^ ¦ S . ^l leii; Hawk)nis;w( ^ \ U vlBg ' . io i d rd6ln g ; ' : :1 ' J i i SmV es ' l ie ' re ^ That tali l ilsj pifesty prt>- : ! - .j ) ' ; : < liicod ' , a i no ' g' .t hat: when dressed welg fr ¦ ; ' ' ; , id ^ B S^ poUnrJ a , ^ ' \ ' ' * ; :- , 7-7 . -r . . ' ; ' '/;.;, ' . ' ¦ Fort y -e $ ht : 77years ' -a go the ' . lite - . - George W. Fordhani opened a coun- . ' ¦ ' tr y store here. The late George W. Hawkins at this tamo period set a good example by buildin g n new sidewalk at his own ex pense in front of his home. George, - s ingle-handed taught the public school ' , or. the V illage Green for nearly 20 years. He manage d an average of 50 pupils nnd aid the Janitor work. In October of the year 1 J W3 Just 48 years ago. t he official report gives the quantity of crops raised on the nlms- ' house Inrm at Ynphank as follows: 3 , 000 bushels of potatoes ; 3 .000 bushels o, \ corn, on t lio ear; and about 200 , tons o f first class hay, besides nn Im- mense quantity of n variety of veg- etable;. The siipt'i -inlendent' s name Was Dlekcr.ion. Skating Is n favorite winter sport Unit lu loi iiiv j i y i-i i r s iua drawn crowds to (lie lowe r , ns well an tile upper mill pond ut, Scliiukct. Here Is .1 chance for ill! (he merry skaters to .iid lu l\:.hui up thid mllMuiii un t i restore their favorite skating rink. Every little helps , . Aiinouiiccnrinnl Ik made of the niar- rin go lust week in n Broo klyn M. E. ¦ churc h, of Miss rjutli NllKson, (laugh- ter of Mr. niic i Mi ' k. C. E , Wll s son of East Setnukct , to Dav id Ooodfellow. The bride obtai ned her education In tho loca l htal yrfc hool and has had ., triiliilii f ^ i J j y JM ii l t rj, Mr, aaiHl f allow In u nnt lvrf m 'Afoft klyn and In at present ' . em ployed ut tho radio • stati on at Rock y Point , Tlir *iiii|>|iy cou ple will receive the ir frimiu u In (heir home - In Miller Pliico where they will reside. Smithtovm Branch ' ttt lss Janet 3. Pardington and Miss Rutli Crosley Pardington attended the Yale-Army football game on-Saturday a t New Haven as the guests ot friends. Mr. and Mrs. Fra nk Haber of Brook- lyn spent Sunda y at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hab er. Miss Jessie C. Wagner spent the weekend in New Jersey. Edward Kozlik of New York city s pent the weekend here with his fam- ily. Miss Dorothy Deutzinan entertained Miss Betty Stoneh n m of Montclair , N J., ovor the weekend . Charles Zavad il spent tlie weekend in New York with friends. Adam Schubert lcit here oh'Sunday for New York Qity where he has ac- cepted a position. Miss Evelyn Rogers and Dick Rogers of Brooklyn spent the weekend here with firends. Mr. Kcnnetn Ames of Kidgeflcld Springs . N. Y., has resigned his posi- tion with the Oak hill Farm and re- turned upstate. Mrs. Ethe l bcrt Arthur entertained the Faculty Bridge Club at her home on Thursda y evening. C . A. Sevcrin and Frank Zavad il visited friends in Selden on Thursday. Mrs. Norman C. Boyes is spending a few weeks with friends In South Caro lina. Although prices never were so low in the fur market I am still using only the very best selected skills to fashion my fur coats and scarves. Remodeling and re pairs are done under my personal su pervision. Stora ge ccats are now ready for Immed iate deliver . Annette Wfnc g ar. 34 Park ave., Bay Shore. Phon? 871. —Adv. tf Mrs. Frank Kudrel of New York City spent the weekend here at the home or Mrs. Anthony stcpan ek. •> O j i Saturday evening William Jones. Jr. , entertained the following friends at bridge : John Wood. Lloyd Spahr, C larence Anderson , Winthrop Ander- son . Earl Bailey and Dick Zavadil. Mr. and Mrs. John Staab entertained friends and relatives Irom the city on Sun day. John McOinniss returned , from the hospital on Wednesda y and is con- va lescing at Ills home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hawkins en- tertained Mr. and Mrs . E. Haubeil of Nesconset on Saturda y. Mr. Robert Kolin i e and Hobcrt Jr., o f Long Island City spent the weekend here at t heir summer home. On ^ Wednesda y evening the Smlth : tdwB ..< j Bme . ' ProH»Uve ' . - A s sr» latlbn ' 1 w l U t ioia - - ' a ;. special meeting , , at the: ' : Smith* ' to ^- Hate l . ' ¦ ' ^ .y ;? \ ' - y ' }: '7 ; v^ > ; : # . . , rOii ' Sa turd ay Meritt ¦ Deulzman : at- tended ' the Matjisdii Squau r e Garden ro deo ' in Now York Cit y ' •¦ ¦ ' Mrs.. J. DePetrlc of New York City s pent the weekend here at the home of her father. Mr. A. ' Fattl. . ~ ¦ Mr. and Mrs. A. Ryan and family of Jlatbush spent the weekend here at their summer bun galow. Miss - Margaret Daschwill leave on Sunday for Sen Cliff, where she will enter nurse ' s training. Mr. and Mrs. William Knapp of New York spent the vvcccknd here. Mr. an d Mrs. James Veleramo en- tertained relatives from Brooklyn on Sunday. The Misses Madlyn and Viola Haber a ttended a card party in Commack on Thursday evening. Mrs. Ida Anderson escaped serious injury on Thursday when llic automo- bile she was driving collided villi an- other car. Mr. anil Mrs , Jnlin Dchuicy of West- bury were the weekend KM' s U , oi ^ Mr , nnd Mrs. Jonathan Luther , The smlthtown W. C. T. U. met today iWcdr. C Miay ) at the homo til Mrs. William Walker sit tlie Lanriirii: , M iss Anita Smith is now cuininiitin g lo the city where she Is attending bus- ine s s s chool . Mr. and Mrs. Herman f le ' iiz moved Tue sday lo tlicir new homo nt Hon- k o iikoina. Mrs. Townsoiid Ketcl l ani mitcrliilncri n number o f S e tniikct friends at lii n ch- eon on Wednesda y, MM. Fred I lnivoi ) an t l Miss Mnr- i i uiet H.msn n have been cnj o ylii g a tri p to the Cuthktll Mouutiili i H. Mr. and Mr.s. Thonm s Mn g ncr ami Mr, and Mrs, Emvnrd McDonald iiiu i chi ldren hnvo closed llie - lr home here mid gone to Brooklyn. Snnfai'd Urusli of Jersey City was n IliHt ol tlie week guest of his slter. Mrs. Clinton D. Darling. Mrs. Guy Ed i viird. s Im s been 111 Willi quinsy nore throat , Mr. and Mrs. a. Everett Hand and Btnnloy Hanil hnvo returne d from nn automobile trip un nt n to. Mlns Ellzubeth Seward of New Paltv., N, v., silent tho weekend with fiioniLs hero , The October Missionary Meeting ol tho Women ' s Lnu g uo wnli held yester- day a fternoon ut the homo o f Mm, Mor gan Dl .vdeiibui' Kli with Mrs. Prank I S, D riuili am! Mr u . Olniulo Oonklln nn tlm topical londeni. After tho meeting afternoon ten wan noiveil and a nocliil tlmo en joyed, Ka oli Suiiiliiy evonlnii at 7 :-ir> (lining tho mnntlui of Novuinlier unci nceumbur it rionir upi'vlce In la { bit held In tho Sm lthtown Pi'oflbytcrluii Oliurch , nnd Wi ll ho' conducted by the , young poap l u o f tl u ichurch. • Attraotlvo iioivlcn s l iavo boon ' an -a nuo d ui)d a cuMiu l invitation Hii«Kl«)ilcd |.o,BvoVyoim t» atlolii),:, ¦¦ i , t M ^ ii ^ w ^ C fl w ^ ' ' '^W ' A ^ , i, ' ^ <i inuW fi , j. ' ». k .LJ ,tW.iiUa , i.B c JJUHL' iuikJ J v.. r; [ Talks pa frees Dr. K. Porter Felt , Director The trees did it. These words are descriptive of what Is now occurr ing lu a -well-shaded real estate develop- ment. They relate to gratifying sales In t hese times of depression. They demons trate tha t the suburban dweil- e: is attracted by trees , that he desires s hade and, other things being equal , the well shaded property has the ' stronger appeal. Such , properties sell t hemselves in large measure. There is nothing remarkab ly new about t his. It cfemonsfrates an. evident tendency of tlie times. The move Is distinctly toward the country or at least towards suburban ar eas. Those with Inclinations In this direction de- man d shaded , attractive grounds. It is doubtful if realtors fully ap- preciate the value of trees in new developments. In some cases there have been plant ings. In others trees are con spicuous by their absence. Peo- ple arc becoming more discriminatin g nnd tho:e. «' ho have established them- se lves in new developments are bound to become dissatisfied if there is not a fair amount of shade and protection in the course of a few years. T here are many developments where new plantings are necessar y in order to secure shade. It is highly desirabl e t hat there be a wise selection of var- ieties , that the trees be well p lanted and that local conditions be made suc h-as to promote rapid g rowth when necessary. Planting of indifferent trees under adverse conditions and the consequent poor development is ccr- lalnly bad for the investment as a v. hole. There is no better advertiser than a well satisfied customer. The general prosperity of the building trades may well depend to a consider- able extent -upon the recognition of the part Ireas really play in su6h In- vestments. In not a few instances , a decidedly larger proportion of the In- vestmen t may be put into trees ad- vantageously , though community play- g round!: , bathing pools and the like are a l! of value in making for contentment among su burban residents. There are many localities where & tree expert may render -valuable ser- v ice. He knows better tha n most the desirability of conserving trees already on the property. He Is In a position to adv ise as to tlie best methods of pro- tecting them . All too frequently mog- n lflcent trees are sacrificed to ill ad- v ised attempts to Improve the prop- ert y. Ji more general recognition ol t hese . factfi . .inearls .greater pleasure. .to t he i cl te r ft and . . both forger profits and hiore . - . ^ atjB fajc ' tipn jtb . the raaJ , ujr . . .> 7. . -< - \ 7 ^ HpB NDS' ' TO te p . _Oi> AY ' 7 . - : Mrs. John. Van S. Bloodgood of the Sm lthtown Hunt, announces that the drag hounds will meet at 2 p. m. this a fternoon (Friday ) , on O. E. Mclntyre ' s property, Deer Park avc. and.Upper Half Hollow id., Half Hollow Hills , in- stea d of tomorrow, Oct. 31 » .. . ., CHURCH ASSOCIATION MEETING The seini-annual meeting of. the Suffolk Association of Congregational Churches and Ministers , with the Jamesporl Church, will be held ne j jt Wednesday. The Ml. Sinai Church, Itcv. Frank Voorhccs, and the Wading River Church are among the members of the association. Methodist Church Is lo hold n Hal- lowe ' en party In the Parish Hall on Saturday evening. Mrs . Ralp h Flcody has been visiting her mother In Albany, N. Y. M- . ¦: ¦ „ Fred Hub!)- , v.lll entertain tho Ladies ' Ulb le Class at her home on Thursday rvrnini;. Mi - .s. i l u.w; .Adams !ia. s ret urned from Bn' \v::l j 'ii ivh\ ! * ' she \ym: vl. ' . - itln i ; her ( UuiKhicr. Mrs. A. Lazzcrl entertained the Homo litruii nt n luncheon nt her home on Thursday. ' Mr. mid Mrs , John Fuchncr enter- (n iii'. i l frien ds nt dinner on Sunday. Thcotliire Brush and several friends wen t IIsIiIii b on Sunday. Mill. John M, Wood, Mr.s, Fred Ilul j l i ji , nnd Mrs, Charles ITIclilcr were cii e s l s at a dinner ui u l theatre parly Friday. Mr. and Mr. s . Julia Wood unil .sons , John ami Uiwr i inrd, nnd Earl lla i lcy were weekend micstii o f Mr. mill Mrs. Jul in U. Dcskn of U tiy i ddu. Thii ' ». » » . ; Club ij j ot . wl ' th Mrs, Wil- liam Jiw - . 'i F ' rldny 'hii!lil. •T lnwo pres- en t wcvu \ Eui ' l ¦ U nllei' , . Jolpi Wood Jr., Illi ' liniil Zrivailll , I,lji yd\ Bj>ulor, Winni e j \iul(Hwn.dnr<il|cc ' AiKleVsnn niid Wil- liam J i tnes Jr. ' • ' ) . ' ' S tony Brook Assop, ' . ' . ¦¦ . Scores Bond Issue A meeting of The Stony Brook Busi- ness and Improveme n t Association held last week , went on record as pro- t esting against putting into operat ion the $5 , 000 , 000 Suffolk Count y Bond Is- sue. T hey baked their action on the returns of a straw \ poll conducted by a count y newspaper , whicli , disclosed 2 , 066 votes against 1 , 041 votes! for such p.rt Issue. Out of the 1, 031 votes cast lor the Issue 549 came from territor ies immediately benefitting; such ¦ as South- o ld and Shelter Island. The Association felt that this cross section ' s raw ballot ' of 3107 votes In- dicates enough difference ¦ of opinion, in commun ities not politicall y opposed to tne party with a majori ty, to be ind ic- a t ive of general displeasure with the deal , w hich is felt in . even greate r measure west. In Hun tington and Brookhavcn , the po lls ' show 530 votes against the proposition , out of 699 votes cast. This is not a political matter , but , says t he Association , one of Intere st to a ll taxpayers. . ., In answering the fact that Labor will still be unemployed, t he Associa- tion sa id that the issue is In the courts nnd cannot be . settled this year. They said that the only practical way to get labor employed , and the tax payer pro- tecte d at the same time, is to rescind the present bond issue and put through a better all county improvem ent , that w ill be of, ecmal advanta ge to all sec- t ions of the county, and . not simply benefit the extreme en d of it. They also said that 't he cost stated , accord ing to the ' best Inform ed author- ities , set at $ 5 ,000 , 00 for the projects contemplated is absurd ly low , and that t hey believe the real cost will be near- er $12 , 000 , 000. . ' . ' .,. They, said further that the present bon d issue is a blanket order to the su pervisors to spend the ' taxpay ers ' mone y, and that the y believe the pay-: meat on t hat order should ' be stopped. Snwassst, €ei ' den Club Tho 1S31 -1B32 ft» _ -am These s plendid fall days should sure ly fill everyone with the desire to be out of doors and in the garden. It is the ideal time-for all sorts pi prepar- ations for a more lovely place next year. Do your garden Vhouse clean- ing; \ then plant shurbs In those barren places we all seem to find in our yards. Now is chrysanthemum time and you should rea p a harvest as a result of care ful pinching back last July. Enjoy bowls of these pungent blooms all about your house. Copper and brass conta iners seem especially appropriate , as we ll as various pottery jars . In connection wit h this, ma y we remind you that at our next club meeting Mrs. . Amelia S. J. Clay wii i speak to us on flower arrangement and criticize v o rl- . ous bouquets. ' ~ . ¦ < Our program committee has done an especially \ good p iece ' of -work in ar- ran ging the activities for tho coming year. The following is the new pro- g ram , for 1931-1932: ' > • Nov. *: ' Wednes day, 3 p. m., Legion Flail, business meeting. Criticism on Bower arrange-: ment b y Mrs. Amelia S, .J. Clay. Bouquets arranged by Mrs. William H. Hamnah , Mrs. ' Roscoe . Craft and Mrs. Lcroy Deaie. - Dec. 2: Wednesday, 3 p. m„ Legion Hail , Lecture on Trees by Dr. Henry Hick*. Jan. 5: Tuesday. 3 p. m., Legion Hall , business meet ing. Ct ' itlcism oh \ w i nter Jj ou t ' quels by Mrs. Bayard L. peck. Bouquets arranged b y Mrs. George Sawyer/Mrs. - Gilbert Loper and Miss . Charlotte Baylcs; Feb. 2: Tuesday, 3 p. m., Executive meetting. , :HcstcsS j , Mrs. • Weils R. Ritch. . Feb. 12: Iriday, 2:30 p. m.. Legion Hall. Card Party. Mar ; 1: Tuesday, 3 p. . m., Legion T Hal l , Business . meeting. Quest ion box; answers by ' Mrs. Addison S ^ .Pratt. . Apl. 7: Thursda y, 3 p. ni., Legion * Hall , Lecture by Mrs. ' John N, Ps i rls on \ Making the • . Most of t he Ldttle ' Garden. \ Chairman of decora tions and ushers , - Mrs. Augustus Ruland. ; i . ' ¦ . ' , ' Mays: Tu esday, 3 ; p. m. ' , Le gion , Hall , bus iness meeting. Bird , meeting in charge of Mrs. George Gurney. . •: May 13 & 14: Friday r and ' Saturday. Legion Hall , Plant tod Food ' . ' sale. ... - . _ ., - . :.. . i . : : , . . May % : Tuesday, 3 p. :m., . ' executive , ' , meetin g. ' ! Hostessi ; ' ' \ ;Mj§7 u\;jrti ne ' B: Thursday. - . b' - j b ' . 1 . ' ft, J nd M &s, ' - . ¦:• ¦ :; 7- Mrs. ..Har ' ry ' 'H.7PurV te :tec- - • ¦ ture by H t i gh . Fittdlay oh \American' Gardens. \ v June 23: ' Second Annual Flower Fair. P lace , to be announced ; y July s: Tuesda y, 3 p. m., Legion Hall, bus iness - . meeting ;. - \Afterglow of. F . l o ss tff/ rt JWS! b y Mrs. L. - H; < Davis: • - ¦ - l ; ' ' ¦ ¦ . , \ ' ' \ ' ? i I ' • ' ' . . . - . ¦ , . ' ¦ . t * I Good Materials f i ; ! . \ ' • ' . . ' ' * . ¦ ' . \ \ i: [ * ¦ ¦ _— ¦ \ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ' - \ are as necessary as Good Woifoinamhib Satlifnciory bulldiri ff rosult» are tfotten only 'th rou gh men who know tlioir jobii. But not tho mo»t alcillod car penter in tlio worm can do ^ Ht ' .. , n 'job tlmt will remain natisfactor y throutfh the years , \ ,i j t . - . . unlets the m u torl n l n l i o mes av o \A No. 1* . \ i / i A ' - , You n r« always a n ur od of tho fmoat Lumber and Bulla- ' . ' -n- 7 > in g Supp lies at Lopor Bros. —and at the lowest prices in # ' \\\ ; -j ' years. -i 1 . . v -.n j :5 ; hoper Bro is. Lumber Co. 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' f. \ ' . \ ' \ ' <r - ' f v ' ; ! : . gpB i A ROAD ' ,- i ^ g ||| f TO PEACE • 11 f g ' Armistice Day reminds as j | ' ff ^ i \'* \' * ^ s roa ^ re 9 a ' res mt m :m\ on l y preparedness f or de ~ jf | ( M f ense , bnt also preparedness f | 1! f or peace. . | ¦ ¦ ; ¦ ¦ _ : ¦ , . a = 1% Paid in our • „ = = - Interest Department = = It. B. DAYTON , President H. E. DAVIS„ Ca s hiM : = FORHEST KAYNOR , V ice Pre sident J : ? ort Jeffersoa t l Njyr *; J ' rTr l EB/ V M K WITH ^ THE ^ CHIMg ^ CLOCK ^ [ i rt imillilllllllll n -GA.KI I Z E D I BBS llllllilllillllll f , Aug. 4: Card part y at 2:30 p. . ni.; .hostess , Mrs. Wells B. Hitch, 1O0 Jones ave. ' Sept. 6: Tuesday, 3 p. m ' .. Le gion Hall, annual meeting. I -lO MY S M ,; ' AT THE ' \ \ : ; : ; : - ' PATTERN SH 0F - ; Startin g Friday, October. 30 •; 10% Discount on AU Merchandise S ur f A venue , Pore Jefferson ; ' \ X-Rsy - 7 M .: ¦s i ' . Qs*- , Dr. » vm. U. Chamb erlain 7 Dr. Hu gh McBrl en ' •>\ . \ ' ¦•¦ ' ¦> Surgeon Demtists ; ' , H ; : ' - ' ¦ , J.. .: , .Port ' . ' 3eirors ? a, n). , T. ^ ; , |; - : : ». j.; ' :7 '- ::m ^ ^^ Q ^ - vtu ^ ^i . ^ io) ^ Hartman ' o i e welry S . tore ' 7 ; . \ ^ i. J Ls4y to Attaaaance ' ^ ' -J - ' - . ,, Hours 0 A. - It to 5i. « ; ' ; ' Tele pno n e 63 REMZ BROTHESS WHOL E SALE AND ItETAXL • , • Dealera In ALL, HINDS OF PEED , — I XOtTB — GEAIN P Q CLTItif SUPPLIES Port Jefferson Station TeU O4-S03 Setaul t et )TeI. 1S2-M Wad ing P. i ver lei. ShOreham • ' ' 162-F- S LUCKY NUMBER PRIZE .^ ¦ ^^ P Gi ypC L)AY ¦ .;. . :. i,jj t U; ' :t . ^^ v ' ri jt ^fc i'l 'i ' M T S- ' ' - / ' \ 1 ' ? J ' ' i \' ^ i l drl ' lif !: ¦ ¦ \ ^ 1 f n A »' ^ TrV t ' Ti . / |i!i/ i >y! '. ' V: • Clay Pigebh SE b r i ting Rang e 3c per ri g con ¦ ' . ' . la d lcs lnvitca '' * iiockv; point , l. i., roote 25a .West o f tho Itadl a Station • Tc l. ' . ZI F S Port Jefferson . , ' _ ' . ' CEUS . G. ' HAESLOOP Henry ' D. Silverman , Jr.. and Miss Carol Elizafceth Lowrle of J laplewocd. N. Y., were marr ied T fnursday evening. Oct. 2i. They.have gone to Bermuda on their honeymoon trip. ' Mr. and Mrs/ Joseph Hentschel , Jr., and daughter jbah , nn d Mr. and Mrs. Martin of 'Whitestoni!, visited Mr. ^ anrl Mrs. O. F. C o dte on Frido y. T heron 'Whee ler spent 1 the weekend as the guest . of. h is sister . ' Mrs. W, A. Van ' Nostran ' r J . ' , . . ' ; ' ¦ ' ¦ ' \• \ The.W. C. - . T./u! of ' ¦Mt 1 . '' ; Slnal7and Miller Place y t liV meet j a ( , \ ;the , home -o f Mra. Frari ^ ' - ; V porl}ecs ; . on! ¦ ¦ - , .nchu a ' dB K c ^ 6' v ^ 5;, ' i \ t ^ ' : ^ ' p ^ iii- . ^; ;s . u ^ ct) t a fe ' •Woif k , . ' Leadd > f ( W is . - G ^ r£;o> Jf oys , ' . : ' ; 7 ¦¦ Mrs. - Emma •uirlchi.;,en t ertained frien ds frcmi the city 3 Eunday. , ¦ ' ; 7 Mr. Lyke of ¦ Broofclyn ' spent the weekend as the guest of - Mr: and Mrs. ' H. Prey. Mr. and Mrs. . Peter , 'kerh ' and Mrs. Murphy and chiidreh ^ snen ^ the ' Wee k:- end.here. ' ' \ ' ' \ '' \ '' , ' ''' , , , . ' 'I ' Mrs. C. Miller returned to her hom e In t he city Tuesday. ,, . : ,. - Mr. and Mrs. P. Willandt and family s pent the weekend at the Home of Mrs. L. A. Goebel . . ' ' ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ • Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Cooteinhd daugh- ters, Amies and Lillian ^ ' s iient Sunday as t he (iucsts of Mr. hnd ' Mrs. H. J. Kie f cr of Lnurclton. m oant Sinai Mrs. William Stewart entertained a number ot lriends from Huntin gton one ev e ning Inst week. '' ' ; , Mr. and Mrs. D, E , Re ynolds and (luii g hter. W re. Itn r Tliylnr of Ea ' rl- vllle , N. Y„ hnve tecri visiting nt the liot ti e of Air. and Ma ' Floyd Rayce , and while here enjoyed a trip to Mon- hiiik Point. C harles Bimiiikl liuii taken n position driving n truck to the itfow York pro- duce market for Walter. , ^I nrtmnn. John Nowaskl entertained Ills bro- ther from Cllir. 'ilde ,. N. J., over t he w eekend. ^ M a l ' y Depin hat hcen confined to her home b y sickness for , tho past two w r ulio, \ ' ' ' ' Mr. arid Mrs. . P loyd Royce entcr - tuliu 'd Mr. i'nil Mrt ;. Paul Ilrown of Sherburne, N. Y „ nnd . Ml us Mabe l I t oyco of New York. , FIKKWOO D , For comfort mid heat uko l inril- v vood , snwed In liniidy lcputh n for flro- lilace or r . tove. Delivered to your door. I i ounrl, *4; split , S5. per Va ton tru ck load, A postal will bring It to you. E. Shlllt o , Miller Pl u ce, P. O. Dox 8 D 7 , Port Jcl l eriion atntlon. \' - M4 0 Middle Island ... . . -T 'A' ' l,A\tJNi >» Y HlilEVIDli I ' »it KVIvitY IIO i Ml i \\ ' \ '\ 7 : UNIT SYSTEM LAUNDRY MIDDIi: COl'NTltV It fiAl ) . ' . KMITHTOWH III I ANCII , k I. \ ¦ 7 Pl ION f i l • fl j MITllTOWN »1« 'l' i l f j SOIKNTflTO.OANITABV LAUNUIIY '\ • • ' . ' , • ' ( ' , . . ¦ ¦ > ' , ) ' , » i.i, ' ,l'Hii: 'r<ni.» ' . ¦ .. • llll lli i nHMIIl'l' AND I 'd lir J I - .l'f CIIMI N htcasi ii d at (to, ¦ I n rir.ti (in. t itli, nul l ;0: W A. .M,,; ' . ; ^ , ^^ < i «4 ^ r ^ ! ^ r ^ lH Itou mJ Trip .. ¦ Kxc u pl: Bunduy t ^ S J*\ *f ,J W 'K^ »7 * K 3 C»WM r , • l: ¦ . \' « . ¦ ¦, ' ¦ ¦ ' ¦ Uf KAMK I t VABM' CITY .' . , . .. BI 'M ll i l/UXCUIIlltOll * . ¦ . - ¦ . . ¦ ¦ ' ¦¦ ' ' ¦ ' \. ¦ > • ¦ ^ ¦ . ' ^ r ¦ J, :^ ' l ' ' ,,, ^' , \ , . n ^ ,, i ' , -U\ B ^^ af j « * ? ' |! ^^ * i« p' !i - ^ y ^ ¦ :; - ft* ' J 'W* Mrs. llovnrd Edwardii mid Mrs, Emily Ho pldnii wci' o i ' lileitiilned h . v Mrs , TawriKiiiul Kolcliiim ut her lionu i nt Qinlthtown, V l l ymn t t aolden l« (iiitorlninlng n girl ;. frlo j id from Dronkt o ii , Wass. ' Mrs , Saruh Rniulnll eiitcrtiilii cil her i da t lBlitci ' i WIks Lillian Itaiidul l, ove r the wei ' libnil, Mr, uiul Mru, Wlllliiiu Ilowoll ami dau ghter Sylvia Howull of queens VII- : Iii ko worn In town on Sunday. - Miss Abblo Iliiwklnii oiitui - talncil MU- • . ' Ui '« ;il I f awk l im ovi'i' the wrcliond. Mluii Kil ylli Itoblns iintor|.nl )W(l a few fiienilii Friday ovimln i i . ' Mru , Carl Mills Iuih retiii ' iu i d to her winter homo nt Kuw aaid o iui. • ¦ I'Vmh'i'lcIc HII( i T;|in i l fm i illy I mvn its- ' . ' tinned to their homo In ' B rookl yn, - 7 Loo Davli i n f went ham ptou l loiioh In , vIhIUii k Ills ili'midpiirenla Mr , and Mm, , ' ¦ Vi O, . Lyon, whllii hlit p a iwi w , U c v .i ind Mm. l,«Hoy 'D |ivln , u ro touiina {;, . .Oui iada. , ' ' ¦¦ ' ' 7 • ¦ ¦ ¦ ' / ' .;• : \ < ; l ' ift ' ; ' /, Mi'fl, l HoB/> ty v aU lii ' «iil«rlii lnltlB ,o » )« East Setauhet

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