^_es0lutf0tt s ADOPTED BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF CENTEREACH SCHOOL OCTOBER 2 , 1939 WHEREAS , the great and beneficent Ruler of the Universe has , in His infinite wisdom , removed from among us , one of our esteemed fellow citizens and co- workers , i-rttftfoer QL $mttl| therefore be it RESOLVED , that the sudden removal of such a life from our midst after a period of years of faithful and untiring service as a member of the BOARD OP EDUCATION , COMMON SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 11 , Town of Brookhaven , leaves a vacancy that will be deeply realized by the members of our organization ancl by the com- munity, he it RESOLVED , that we hereby express our deep sympathy to his bereaved relatives , and be it further RESOLVED , that a copy of these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of our next meeting, a copy printed in a local paper , and a copy sent to the bereav- ed family. Signed: JOHN PEARL WILLIAM CALLAN PHILIP STOHR GEORGE W. MOEN Members of Board IIAYMOM'S FUNERAL SERVICE 3 M ark A. Crosier , Mgr. I A COMMUNITY I INSTITUTION SINCE 1874 I 176 Main St. Tel. Sayville 81 I Centereach — A N D — Lake Grove Marj orie Grobe'ii TTIE twelfth District Democratic v . * association held an open meet- ing at the Nature ' s Gardens Com- munity clubhouse , Selden , Tuesday evening: The Brookhaven Democratic association club attended by invita- tion. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Frame Martinek of Centereach entertained Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Fiala and son of New York and Mr. and Mrs Louis Vanek of Astoria , Sunday. Bernard Williams of the Center- each school faculty and his brother Raymond attended a show in New York Saturday night. Mrs. J. Schoterman of Northport spent last Thursday at the home of her son . Albert Schoterman of Horse Block road. / Mrs. Frank Glazarowitz and haby daughter of Syosset visited her par- ent s , Mr. and Mrs. A. Daly of Horse Block road , Saturday. The Centereach firemen met Mon- day at the C entereach firehall. Herbert Hallock of \The Elms \ visited his.brother in Mattituck over the week-end. They enjoyed a day ' s fishing on Peconic bay. Mrs. Marie Williams of Washing- ton avenue is on special duty in Mather Memorial hospital in- Port Jefferson. Her patient is Mr. Piet- lier of Ulrich road , who is seriously ill. Timothy Morrissey of Hawkins avenue is home from the Southside hospital , Bay Shore , where he under- went an appendectomy. The Junior 4-H club is planning to visit the World' s Fair this Friday. Mrs. J. Pearl and Mrs. F. Overton will accompany them. Saturday afternoon , Mrs. J. Pearl attended a shower given for Miss Eloisa Philips of New York at the home of Miss Virginia Lowe in Bald- win. Mrs. D. Luce of Smith street spent Monday in New York. Mrs . C. Andersen arrived in. New York Monday , after spending several Months in Kristianton , _N\ orway. . She came - back to C entereach Saturday morning. Mrs. Andersen mailed both ways on the ship, Stavangersfjord. Mr. and Mrs . B. Cosmo of New York were Sunday guests of their son Philip Stohr and family of Smith s treet. Mr. and Mrs . Stanley Rogienski spent part of their vacation in Wood- side visiting Mr. Rogienski' s aunt , Mrs. E. Kolsar. Guests of Mrs. William Drewe Friday were her sisters , Mrs. L. Gos- sel and Mrs. R. Dresch sler, her nep- hew , Carl Dreschsler and family, all of the Bronx. Mr. and Mrs. Malcol m G. McNeil and daughter \Virginia have closed their summer home on Hammond road and have returned Sunday to their permanent residence in Park Slope , Brooklyn. Peter Seidenschwartz of Ulrich road motored to New Jersey Sunday to get his wife and cliild , who have been spending the past week visiting her parents. . Mrs. Anne Kott and her daughter , Mrs. E. McLarney and daughter Joan of Gibson were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Kott' s brother , Wil- liam Groben and family. Mrs. Louise Stohr of Centereach went to Brooklyn Sunday where she met her sister , Miss Elsie Oman. Alvin Smith is back from Tupper lake , where he stayed several weeks for his health. John Wolfred of Brooklyn has re- turned home after spending several months at the home of his aunt and uncle , Mr. and Mrs. J. Herron of Howell avenue. . Paulette, a Pekinese , the pet dog of Miss E. Nichol s on of the Manitta farm , was killed instantly when struck by an automobile at the corner of Hammond road. - The local farmers are very busy gatherin g in the late crops before the expected early frost. Miss Frances M oller was the guest of her sister , Mrs. T. Sehwamb of Hicksville ,, for several days last week. The turkey, dinner and dance given at the Centereach firehall Saturday night for the Fire dep artment and Ladies ' auxiliary in appreciation of their efforts in making the sixth annual fair a profitable investment , was a success socially. Francis Moen was chairman. Jack Morlath of Carl ' s Tavern was the caterer. One hundred twenty-seven dinners were served. ALBERT FORSS WILL The will of Albert J. Forss of Yaphank , who died August 15 , dis- poses of upward of $5 , 500 and the entire estate is given to Laura H. Forss , the widow . What a child eats when young is important to his future health. For information on menus that can be adapted to all members of the fam- ily, write to Publications Office , Roberts Hall , Ithaea , N. • Y., for a copy of bulletin E-351 \Feeding Pre- school Children. \ Dedicate New Church In Gordon Heights About 250 Attend Ceremonies of Firs t Church of True Fellowship—Elder James Spence Is Pastor CLOSE to 250 people attended the dedication ceremonies Septem- ber 24 of the First Church of the True Fellowship, S. D. A., recently completed in Gordon Heights , West Yaphank. Visitors from several villages on Long Island as well as from New York , and several visiting ministers , attended. A bus load of people ' from the Home Church of the True Fellowship of New York and a number of ears with about 100 occupants were present. The processional was led by a choir of nine members of the Home church in their caps and robes and rendering several hymns , - led by Mrs. -V. Simon , choir ; leader , who is also secretary ahd clerk of the church. Elder James Spence of the Home church , pastor of the new Gordon Heights church , - gave an in spiring sermon opening the dedicatory serv- ice followed by a program compris- ing a vocal duet , \The Lord Is My Shepherd , \ the Misses Ruth Spence and Iris Simon of Ne-w York; recita- tion , \I Am a Little Soldier , \ Paul Spence, New York; vocal solo , \I Am a Pilgrim , \ Mrs. Charlotte Men- stell , Medford * Former Justice of the Peace \ Gustave.Neuss of Yaphank gave the dedicatory address com- mending the people for having the faith and courage to compl ete their work. Mrs.. V. Simon gave a synopsis of the church , from the time the idea originated and m entioned that a col- lection of $1.11 was the amount that started the fund. Charles Tatem of Gordon Heights , contractor , explained how the church was erected. Miss Shirley Delaney of New York sang a solo , followed by an address by R. G. Swenk of Port Jefferson , who stressed the need for courage to accomplish greater things and faithfulness to» carry the people through troubled times. S. Parker of New York rendered a violin solo , followed by an address by G. Smith of Gordon Heights. Miss Pauline Gerard played a piano solo , followed by the closing address by Professor Gray of Gordon Heights. Mrs. M. Spence of New York and Mrs. A. Batson , founder s of the church in Gordon Heights , were thanked for their untiring work in making the church a reality and each received bouquets of flowers. Mrs. Sp enc e then presented each of the nine choir members with a rose after the ( recession al . A vocal solo by Mrs. Blackman , \To God Be the Glory, \ closed the interesting pro- gram. Samuel Sp ence and Arthur Hassell of New York were ushers. The list of donors to the church was mentioned and all were thanked for their help in building the new church. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Hoff- man of Medford donated the church organ and Mr. and Mrs. ' Charles Goldhorn of Granny road donated the beautiful flowers for Sunday ' s cere- monies. Naomi Spence , five-year-ol d daugh - ter of Elder and Mrs. Spence , worked diligently all summer asking for donations and received enough money to have a window placed in the new church directly over the cornerstone. Elder Spence will hold services each Saturday at the church and lyceums on Sunday afternoons. ^W sMWilSlill Hi£ Patricia Neger HPHE weekly meeting of the Young V A ' People ' s club was held at the home of Miss Patricia Neger and a constitution was formed defining the purpose of the club , which is: To fur- ther promote social activity in Yap- hank. Those present were Fred Strier , Joseph Smith y Miss Virginia Voos , W alter Kazel, Gustave Neuss , Jr., Miss Louise Cozine , Patrick Raimond , Joseph and Henry Scesny and Miss Patricia Neger. William Burns , former resident of Yaphank , recenty opened a rest- aurant in Blue Point. The Highway dep artment' s team , of which Henry Scesny and Charlie Hoeffner are members , was given a party Sunday evening at the hotel in Medford . This came as an addi- tional reward for capturing first place in the Brookhavein Fire de- partment' s league. The social season at Bellport High sch o ol commenced Friday night with the . G. A. L. sport dance. Amon g those present from Yaphank * were Miss Martha Walters , Charles Wal- ters , the Misses Thirza and Adelphia Hinkley, Miss Janet Vorhies , Miss Doris Davis , Jack Zyerveld , Andre Sti anson , Thomas Rogers , Joseph Hololob , the Misses Ada and Louise Cozine , Hal and Addison Hawes , Miss Doris Williams , Miss Myrtha Kinney, and the Misses Ethel and Patricia Neger. Miss Janet Vorhies is visiting Mrs . C. Walter s and family until her parents complete their plan s to re- side in Yaphank permanently. Miss Vorhies , formerly a student at Col- legiate institute , New York; has en- rolled in the Bellport High school. Mrs. Frederick Strier entertained Mr. and Mrs. A. Strier of Brooklyn and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kuhn of Ozone Park , on Thursday. Miss Inge Joswig and Henry Neuss of Ridgewood spent the week-end at the home of Gustave Neuss , Sr. Miss Patricia Neger and Frederick Stri er , Jr., motored to New York Sunday. While there they visited Mr. and Mrs . Harold Carter of Hollis , Miss Lydia Miller of Ridge- wood and Mr. and Mrs. E. Williams of Brooklyn. _ . I\if. ahd ^'Mrs. William \ Glover and children , Edward , Phyllis and. Stella , were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bogdiewicz of Bayonne. N. J. While th ere they attended the mar- riage of their host' s daughter. ' Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald and son Robert of Malverne were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Engelbach. A. Heiner of Brooklyn spent the week-en d at his summer home on Yaphank avenue. Mrs. Ruby Preston , of the Suffolk home , left Sunday for a week' s vaca- tion with relatives in Atlantic City , N. J. Mrs. Philip Hinkley of New York visited Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hinkley and family, Monday. Mrs. S. Anton and son Alex of East Moriches spent the week-end at the home of her parents , Mr. and Mrs. William Glover. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Engelbach had as guests Sunday, Miss Helen Muellenhaupt and Miss Lorraine Acken stein of Northport. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dobrie of East Patehogue and Frederick Strier , Jr., motored to Freeport last Fri- day evening and attended the midget auto races. Miss Margaret Hinkley is now residing in Sayville , where she is employed. Mrs.-William Glover and children , Phyllis and Edward , motored to New York Monday to visit friends and relatives. ' . . Mr. and Mrs. L. Marchant enter- tained Mr. and Mrs . L. Chapman and family of Greenp-brt on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vorhies and family spent the week-end at their residence on Main street. Mr. and Mrs. I. Alfieri and family and guests spent the week-end at their cabin on Middle Island road. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Davis , Sr., entertained Miss Hilda Urban of Richmond Hill , Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Baczensky of Coram and Mr. and Mrs. James Hawkins of Brookhaven on. Sunday. Mr. ancl Mrs. Schulte of Queens Village were the week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs . Herman Bohlsen of the Lakevicw inn. Mrs. S. Wrangen of Crescent street will reside in New York during the winter. Mr. and Mrs. E. Reith and family of Brooklyn spent the week-end at German Gardens, Band practice was held at the school last Thursday, with Mrs, John E. Davis , Jr., acting as hostess. Practice will be held every other Thursday throughout the winter. Mr. and Mrs . Pitch of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their residence on Long Island avenue. Mr. and Mrs . Daniel Neger had as guests Saturday night Miss Clara Winters of Westhampton , Lester Penney of Eastport and Mr. and Mrs. John E. Davis , Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Paetz and family of Brooklyn were at their bungalow in German Garden s over the week- end. Mr. DTreundling of Brooklyn is spending two weeks at his home in German Gardens. Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their home in German Gardens. The Ladies guild of St. Andrews Episcopal church , will meet in the school tomorrow afternoon. Meet- ings will continue to be held here until Miss Augusta Neuss returns from an extended vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lorch of Brook- lyn were at their bungalow on Shan- non boulevard over the week-end. Mrs. A. Iveson , a life-long resi- dent of Yaph-ank , celebrated her sev- enty-seventh birthday Monday. Mrs. Iveson still earns her own living. The Yaphank Volunteer Fire com- pany met at the firehouse Monday evening\ . Miss Mildred Kazel was a week- end guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bogdiewicz at Bayonne , N. J., Saturday afternoon she was a brides- maid at the wedding of Miss Bog- diewicz, Miss Kazel wore a gown of hyacinth blue and carried a bou- quet of talisman roses. Miss Louis E. Cozine visited Mr. and Miss Kramer of Jamaica over the week-end.