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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, October 04, 1939, Image 14

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-_ « —\ .-- ¦— _., .._ - ---J- . —.. . _.._.||_ a I ¦ -»<¦ j FRIE ND S ACADEM Y > i LOCUST VALLEY LONG ISLAND FOUNDED 1877 j Prepares for all colleges. A center for the College Entrance Examination BoarcL Extensive athletic fields insuring healthful exercise for eveiy student. Illustrated catalog will be sent on request. You are cordially invited to visit the school . j HAROLD A< NOMER , A.M., L.L.D., Headmaster, j Quality and Bargains SMIETAJTS JEWELRY STORE (Est. 1924) 2 W. MAIN ST. PATCHOGIUE M edittrcl Mis^eil aiales Medford is ably represented in our news columns by the work of two correspondents : - Gertrude Miistlei* Ma_rtba . Wemiv . Ohio Avenue : ¦ ' ¦ ' ¦ ¦ Tell- * - .Pkrt. -tel-SiS** . ! 1 ^PHE Medford fire .department , Inc., il* -will meet Friday evening in its new firehouse on Oregon . and Peconic avenues. Mrs. Henry B pstel' man . and iamilly, who .recently moved, to Coram , were guests ilast weeJc-end at the .home of Mr. artd Mrs . Si.ii_?eters,of ^hio ave- nue. Sunday Mr. and Mrs, Edward Arn old of Brooklyn visited at the Peters home. The Rosary soeiety of St. Syl- vesters VR. C. church .met . .Thursday evening at the .. church. The ladies- received Holy Communion in a : group - Sunday morning; All the ladies, of the ipaxisSi . were asked to - joi** the Rosary society, in honoring.; the.VBless- ed Mother by receiv ing.-Poly Com- lnunion in. a group at :nextVSuudba y ' s early mass. The. -ii.east day of the ' Blessed Mother is \Saturday^ \but it will be celebratred on Siinday, The usual game , social will be held this evening at the Veterans hall on Long .Islands avenue. A group of. the . -young .people of Medford* , including several; ' • ¦ who are students at . Bellport H-igh school , attended* a dance VFrad&y evening in the Bellp ort gymnasium. Music was furnished by Don Lane ' s orchestra. This -was the first social affair of the year at the school. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyers of Hollis were guests last Monday, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Zeidler , Jr., of the State road. Mrs. Frank Carasiti. entertained the Tuesday might club this week at lier home on tlie State road. Winners last week at Mrs. Howard Sporck' s home were Mrs . Gustave Zeidler , Jr., and Mrs. George S. Mistier. Mrs. F erde Mistier and son Donald accompanied \by a few friends from , Patehogue and Sayville ,. motored to Florharai Park , N. J. . and visited Thursday and Friday at the home of . Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Nelson . A joint: meet-rig of the \ Men ' s Democratic club and the Women ' s Roosevelt Sturdy cluh will be hel d to- morrow evening at the Democratic clubhouse on Long Island avenue. Medford students who are mem- bers of the Bellp ort High school soccer team this season are Joseph Connelly, Jr., Robert Boehl , Matthew Masem , John Gautier and Abe Hudak. In a practice game last Thursday against C enter . Moriches , the game ended iri a ^ scorel e ss tie. The Bellport team will ' play Setauket tomorro w afternoon, y Harry Weiss underwent an opera- tion Friday at S outhside hospital , and is resting comfortably. About 100 people attended the card party Friday evening,, at Veterans hall onV Long Island ' avenue , ' -jgiveil by -the Ladies auxiliary , of Henry James Jones post , V. F. W., Mrs. Charles H. Ellis , chairman. High scorers in aeroplan e and straight pinochle were Angelo Cenciniv Mrs . H. Stiriz , Mrs. Herman Masem , Mrs. Mildred Gaelc , Mrs. W. Rate , Theo- dore Mueller , A. Angeloch , H enry Wolde , Martin Gack , Thoma s Vaugh- an , H. Gillette; pedro , Jerry Carroll , Mary Decker , Orietta Coirley, M artha Saruck , Mrs. Kessner ; bridge , Mrs. Duke , W. Rate, Mrs. G. Lucas , Mrs . H. Sporck , \Walter Rowcroft ; bunco , Mrs. L. Mistier , William Weinrieh , Mrs. J. Flynn , Mr. Seaman , Patricia Morris , Ann Thompson. No:n-player awards were given to Will ia m Weinrieh , Sr., Miss Mary Weinrieh and Mrs. Maria Jones , all JiTediord. Mrs. George S. Mistier won a special prize , a basket of - flowers , and: Mrs. Thomas Vaughan won a 'basket of groceries. Mrs . Herman Masem , Mrs. L. Mist- ier , Mrs. Walter Peithrnan , Mrs. Nick Bianco , Miss Anna Staar , Mrs . Owen Kierrian and Mrs. H. Ehrenworth of Yaphank and Mrs. William Lester of Holtsville attended a meeting of the Holy Family guild at the Cenacle , Lake Ronkonkoma , Sunday. Master Masons night was ' held Thursday evening at the first meet- ing of the fall season of Old Glory chapter , O.E. S., of Patehogue. Mrs. H. Wolde , Mrs. T. W. B etts and Mrs. Charles Littell were on the refresh- ment committee. Mrs . Littell , Mrs. Betts and Mrs. S. J. Frace were at the birthday table , as their birthdays had . occurred in September. Mrs. H. Matsunaye also attended. James F lynn and Mrs. T. W. Betts , committeeman and committeewoman of the . Democratic party, attended the Suffolk \ County Democratic conven- tion Saturday at Raynor ' s pavilion , Lake Ronkonkoma. Others from Medford who attended were Mrs. James Flynn and John Schleyer , delegates; John Condon , Herman Masem and Mr. Betts , alternates. Mr. and Mrs. George S. Mistier and daughters, Beverly and Trudy were week-end guests at the home of Mrs. MistlerV sister and brother-in- law , Mr. and Mrs. George Hartz of Merrick. The Medford Harmony Singing society will celebrate the thirteenth anniversary of its organization at Community hall this Saturday even- ing, with a dance and entertainment. The program wil linclud e choral numbers by the men and women and mixed voices , also solos and orch- estral selections by the Harmony band. Several short sketches will be rendered by the women. The program will \begin promptly at 8:30 with dancing later hi the evening. Frank Maeik , manager , of the -local A and P store , is having a week!s vacation at -his home in East Isli-p;. During his absence Howard Sporck , ' Jr. , is in charge . Among the employees of the Blue Point laundry, who attended the American Institute of Laundries con- vention Sunday at Convention hall ,. Atlantic City, N. J., were the Misses Eileen Wolde , Nellie Mascola and Dorothy Green and Anthony Saten- ino. Bert Wolde als o attended the convention . The group visited the steel pier while there. Miss Dorothy Beck ,, daughter of Mrs. Mary Beck of Mt. Vernon ave- nue , returned Thursday from the Mather Memorial hospital , and is much improved. Several members of the Patehogue council , K. of C , attended: the meet- ing Monday evening at Patehogue. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolde motor- ed to Island Park Sunday and visited Mrs . Wblde ' s sister , Miss Sarah Smith . They also went to' South Lyn- brook for a visit -with* Mrs. \William Masterson and Mrs. Charles Reichele , an other sister and aunt of Mrs. Wolde. The Ladies ' auxiliary of the Henry James Jones Post , V. F. W., met last Wednesday evening and Mrs. Mdry Weinrieh was elected conduct- ress! and Miss Hester Corley was appointed color bearer. A memorial service was held for Mrs. Anna Neid , deceased member of the auxiliary. The auxiliary observed Gold Star Mothers ' day on Sunday, September 24 , with gifts and cards, being sent to -Mrs. Maria Jones of Yaphank , the post and auxiliary ' s Gold Star Mother. The first quarterl y meeting of the State Department District 1 , Veter- ans of Foreign Wars , was held at East Northport Saturday. Those at- tending from the Henry James Jones post and auxiliary were Mrs . Ann Cullum , department musician , Thom- as Vaughan , William Weinrieh , Charles H. Ellis , Charles Rider and John Kessler. Mrs. John D. Betts of Ohio avenue spent Monday in New York, The Women ' s Roosevelt Study club , Mrs. Howard Sporck , chairman , will hold a card party October 23 in the Democratic hall on Long Island ave- nue. There will be refreshments , and 254 prizes awarded. THE Meff imd Girls ' 4i-M. cMh will. meet at MeiMoardi school ^: 2: p. m. Saturday for election- of officers and enrollment of Kienabers ior H039-4O. The meeting, - . willr . .end :at 4 o ' clock. The Wonnen?s- ; gsti- id of St. Hark* s .Episcopal ;Missio» -mif Mid n public card pasty-;at ihe -^eteraana ~ ' hall •iFridsty .eventing. Many ,#ie^ prizes i •will. Vbe awarded and* refreshments* will he served. Tfe members met last Wednesday a«t ' the ; home of Mrs. 3£-. W&We ' . -to* complete pltans. The Jied-tOKl Fairerit-Eeacher asso- ciation ^TE meet tomorrow evening at the school . The : date has been; set forward because of the Columbus day Jioliday next week. The Medford Home Bureau met at the home of *• Mrs. A. _ *Fischer last Wednesday r fo* . a special meeting. Mrs. E. Theis and' Mrs. H. Sweet , Tvho had attended the . tr a ining class given :by VMrs. .R. Dickey; last Tues- day, -reported the necessary^ require- ments -for-tlie coming basic and mas- ter ipattern class to be given hy the ieadefrs today 4 . A meeting was con- ducted by Mrs. Theis at: her home yesterday, in preparation for today ' s :meeting. * Mrs. Dickey will meet with the basic pattern group on October 18- . These classes- are all-day ses- sions; . beginning at , 10- a. m. \ Mrs. Dickey has been giving style talks in - the - county ( this week. • The* Medford Taxpayers ' associa- tion meeting was not held \ Monday evening. Mrs. Joseph Forster is recovering rapidly, after being confined to her home on Medford road several weeks with illness. N* u-Mont glasses are becoming, and at the same time economical—they save breakage. At Roeloffs ' , of course. -—Adv. Harry Truman received a severely cut lip last -week ' in an accident at his home on Medford road while tarring the* roof of his poultry house. After nearly completing the work , he tripped on -the ladder , as he was getting off the roof , hitting his fac e on. the tar bucket. Five stitches were taken. MofeestMSR Dorothea Feyk Miss- Fe y k, oar busy Bohemia news-gatherer, has a telephone , Say- ville 1463 . M, eo you can call hev if yoa hare any ne-wa. She ' s always hitttrested in items tor her column. MGR . and Mrs. Louis Herbe and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Herbe and daughter of Walnut avenue returned home Sunday after spending four days at the World' s Fair. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lasky of Leooria , N. - J., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Krepela of Walnut avenue . The Theodore Roosevelt Republi- can club will meet tomorrow evening at Pihiacek' s Sunrise hotel- Frank Malenovsky , son of Mr. \ and Mrs . Joseph Malenovsky of Locust avenue , has entered the Roosevelt FieM Aviation school. Mr: . Malenov- sky and two young men from Say- ville take turns driving, in every third day. .Joseph Kovarik post , American •Legion , held its annua, nomin ation ©f officers last Monday evening at the fiEehouse ,. wi th-the f ollow-m-g re- sults: Cortiniand-er ,* Albert.P..Kovan- da; vice-commanders , Frank ihnolik , Joseph KriMaya and William , Z&Jicek ; adjutant and historian , Emil Gejka ; chaplain , Anton S. Thuma ; finance officer , Charles Bernard ; , serg. eant- at arms , Kenneth . H ollingsworth ; welfare officer , Winnie A. Benedict ; county committeeman , Joseph L. Weigel;- alternate , Kenneth Hollings- worth; director for five y ears , Charles B-ernard. . Election will take place next Monday. Additional prop - erty, necessary to meet with the re- quirements of the Zoning ordinance , has heen provided by the donors of the original land for the Legion clubhouse , Mrs. Anton S. Thuma • and Mrsi Charles Thuma. The board of directors discussed, plans for the pro- posed building and excavation is being done. , The Ladies ' auxiliary of Josep h Kovarik post , American Legion , held a card party at the; C. S. A. hall Friday evening. Winners were Mrs . Charles Kovarik , Emil Kub ovec , Jr., Edwin 'Haselbauer , Mrs. Anna Potu- cek , Mrs. Joseph Seb or , Mrs. George Frey, Mrs.: Harry. Paul , - Jr ., Mrs. Minnie ' Kovarik , Mrs. J. A. Miller , Mrs. Adele Kroupa , Mi ss Blanche ZajicekY' * Mrs. Joseph B erka , Mrs. Joseph Hindla and Mrs. Joseph Emer. Mrs. Rudolph Trefny won the special prize. Refreshments were served , followed by dancing to .music of Wcela ' s orchestra. Mr. and Mrs. George Macik and son George have moved into - the Teply house at the corner of Locust avenue and Karshick street. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nemec and sons , Richard and Joseph of Elm- hurst , were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs . Frank Kroupa of Locust ave- nue. The Bohemia Fire department will meet Friday at the firehouse. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence- Veprovsky and sons , Lawrence! and Arthur , of New York , spent the week-end at their summer home . on Karshick street. M'iss Elsie Pokorny of Walnut ave- nue celebrated lier \birthday Sunday. Mrs. Josephine Riccio' and children , Helen and Alfred of New York , were week-end \ guests of Mr. and Mrs. Emil KuboVec of Lakeland avenue. Charles Bernard , Rudolph Trefny, Mrs. Joseph Richter , Jr., and Joseph Vrana were delegates from the lo- cal Democratic club to the Demo- cratic convention at the Islip Town hall Monday evening. For liki^m®- * Justice of the . Peace Charles J?. Dtaryea , Republican , of Sayville , will be opposed by Joseph A. Kirk , Demv oerat ; of Lake . Rorikorikoma , on No- vember 7 for the position now held by Islip Supervisor Warren F. Green- hailgh. The two* men were nominated to head' • ' their .^respective tickets at the . party conventions. , held Monday, Judge: Duryeat ' s nomination being unanimous , to succeed- Mr. Greenhalgh , one of Suffolk' s; veteran public office- holders , who is chairman of the board of supervisors. CAULIFLOWER AUCTION Monday marked the opening of the Long Island Cauliflower associa- tion ' s -auction block at Riverhead. Middle Isls&Bid Bertha M. Still MR. and Mrs. James M. Ashton spent the week-end visiting his sister , Mrs. John Foster of New Rochelle. Mrs. Bertha M. Still accompanied her brother and sister-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kempster of Port Jefferson., and her brother-in-law and sister , Mi* , ancl Mrs. James B. Haw- kins of Mt. Sinai , to the World' s Fair last Thursday. Mrs. John Nowaski and Mrs. Jos- eph Kaminski of Middle Island and Mr, and Mrs. Anthony Nowaski of Brookhave n went to the World' s Fair Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Smith of Holtsville visited Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pfeiffer Saturday.

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