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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, November 15, 1939, Image 7

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I William J. E. Adamec , Js* . I I FUNERAL HOM E 1 I , MODERN CHAPEL . . I g. i Usage No Charge . .. . . . g I Phone Sayville 629-W I B Locust Ave., Bohemia , L. I. M (Continued from page 1). retary at the first two meetings , Miss Eleanor Sauer taking his place at the mass meeting. Harold Worzel of Holbrook , engineer on the Board of Water Supply of jtyew York , reported on his talk with William R. Colton , attorney for the Long Island rail- road , who told him. that the railroad was seeking to close down the station for economy measures al one. Mr. Worzel said he was told that the company does; not have any plans at present for the proposed railroad crossing elimination ' at Holbrook. The organizations in Holbro ok that are behind this mass protest and the p-ersons representing theni , are the Community club , Mr. Steiger; Civic club , Mr. Worzel ; board of . fire com- missioners , Fred Beriesch ; Republican club , Henry P. Heine; Democratic club , Maitthew Nagle; Ladies '- auxili- ary of the Fir e department , Mrs. Barbara Leudemahh ; Mothers ' club , Mrs. M. A. Geigel ; -Ladies ' auxiliary of the Community ;club . Mrs. Lillian Wehrenb erg ; proposed Veterans of Foreign Wars , Acting Chairinan Jos- eph B orgess. ' These groups , alon g with the residents of the community, are prep ared to ' oppose* the railroa d' s petition. ' • ' • ' * '\ ' ; ¦ • ¦ ¦ ' ' , ¦¦ • ¦ • ¦ - .. .. . - . ' The ' community has been assured by the Islip Towri \boar d tliat the hoard woul d send in - a protest to the cainmissiori. •M, , C. Cleveland ,, chief eng ineer of the P ublic Service commission , will preside , at ' the . tearing next Monday and his findings will be turned over to the ' cbmniissioner , George R. Van Namee. . IVLilo R. 3/laltbe is chairman, \the current trajn schedule includes . six; . , stop ' s at the \ ; Holbrook ; station . The community, which has a post- office , hotel and hospital as well as stores , is equipped to eater to sttm- mer people, many of whom make use of the train service. Year- around residents with employment in fields outside the community use the \ trains for daily commuta- tion. - People Protest Move To Close R. R. Station Ro^kpnfe. Motor an$ Bc$y Service Installs Car Lift As part of a plan to constantly im- prove its service to the public , the Ronkonkoma Motor and Body Serv- ice has installed a mechanical lif t at the southeast corner of its commod- ious garage on Johnson avenue , Ronkonkoma:. The new lift , one of the , inost : . . modern of its ; . - make , pro- vides . facilities . at .all seasons of the year . ¦ for , speedier ' service ,, be- cause ,. w , ork under, _ cars , . particularly greasing, . . . . .can now be \ . handled in- doors. .. . j E . mil Becker , :. Jr., : is , -ft0wner of the Ronkonkoma concern. . Extra copies of this newspaper can be purchased at all local newsstands. IsTtajsiSii-Msfe. Patricia Neger Mr. and Mrs. William Weik and infant daughter and Mrs. William Weik , Sr., of Ridgewood , spent Elec- tion day at their bungalow on Shan- non boulevard . Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Marchant and famiLy entertained Mrs. Marchant' s moth«r , Mrs. John Chapman of Green- port for several days last week . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte and son of New Hyde Park were week- end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bohlsen of the Lakeview inn . Miss Inge Joswig of Ridgewood was . the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Neuss , Jr. Mr. and Mrs. I. Alfieri and family of Maspeth were at their bungalow on Middle Island road Sunday after- noon. The Yonng People ' s club held an- other skating party last Wednesday, later meeting at the home of Miss Patricia 4 Neger for refreshments. Meiiabers who attended were Miss Margaret Walters , Arthur Engel- bach , Henry Scesny, Walter -Kazel , Mr. and Mrs . Gustave Neuss . Joseph Scesny, Miss Stella - Kazel , Thomas Rogers , Miss Mildred Kazel , Patrick Rairnond and Miss Neger. . Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lorch of Ridge- wood spent Election day and the week-end at their home oil Shannon bouLevard. Henry Neuss of Ridgewood visited his father , Gustave Neuss , ' Sr., over the \ week-end. ' ' r \ Miss Dorothy Argus of Spring- field and Yaphank and Qtto Frier of Ridgewood -and Yaphank - were married Saturday evenin g at' Sp ring- field; ¦ \ ¦ ' •;¦ • ¦ . • ¦;• ¦: ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ \ ' / •\ ¦I ' Mr. and . Mrs.i. ^ . '^ illiam ' . GJoVer ' Of Yaphank entertained . Mr. : ' and Mrs. Martin ' , Bugcio\n. and family, of Ja- maica , Sunday . ' . - ' Mr. and Mrs. George Reilly and son Joseph spent a few days thi s week at. the home of Mr. arid Mrs. Floyd Hinkley. . The Junior auxiliary of the Pres- byterian church , met Monday evening at the home nf . Miss. Hilda Walker. , . Mrs. A. :J; LaBanca \ ret*urried early this week tocher , home in Albany . .. . Mr. ' and Mns. Harold • H^ilse , v Mrs. Warren Huliev oand- -three • * • gran-dchil- dre*n , : all Of' 'Mbtiches , were ' guests of Mr. ' ; and Mrs. J * J ohn Hoeffner , - Suh**- day. ! Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vorhies and family are staying indefinitely at their home on Main, street. Sunday , M-iv and Mrs . Gustave Ne*uss , Jr., entertained Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lang,. . Sr., of Ronkonkonia , Mrs. Henry \Liang Jr.; and son of Lake Grove,, Mr. and Mrs. L. F, De-utzmah. of Smithtown and Miss Lois Deutzman of Bropldyn. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Vorhies en- tertained Sunday Mr. and Mrs.; A. B , Clark and Mr. and Mrs. A. Wright , Jr. , -of Brooklyn. ; • Mr. and Mrs. Lesli e Marchant and daughter Jean motored to New York today. . ' - , _ , Mr. ana Mrs. Harold Carter and dau ghter .Peggy of 'HolhWisited Mr. an-d Mrs. /Edward Engelbach over the week-end. - ' ,,. ' T T ' • The marriage of Miss Inge Joswig and Henry Neuss will take place Saturday, January 20. Frederick Strier, Jr., of Hollis spent the we ekrend with his parents at their home \ on ' Yaphank avenue. A farewell party was held Sunday evening at the Lakeview inn for Mr and Mrs. Herman Bohlsen , who left for the south on Monday, where Mr. and Mrs. Bohlsen plan to spend the winter in . Miami , Fla. Dou glas Davis and John Kinney, Jr „ motored to Hempstead Monday. Miss Helen Muhlehhaupt of North- port visited Mr. and Mrs. Edward Engelbach Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sheridan en- tertained at dinner Sunday-th e Rev . Mr Midworth , pastor of St. Andrew ' s Episcopal church , and the church or- o-mist Mrs. C. Menstell. t , 8 The Home and School association will hold'a card and bunco party , for the benefit of the Christmas Tree fund , at the school Friday even- ing All the arrangements have been made by the general committee and refreshment committee , of which the Members are Mrs. Frank Sheridan , Archie Campbell , Mrs. Merym Til- linghast for the first committee and Mrs John . Davis , Jr., Mrs Low s Merritt , Mrs. Charles Kollett for thc The Ladies ' guild -of St. Andrew ' s E-oiscopal church will meet tomorrow at the home of Miss Augusta Neuss. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grupe and fam- ily motored to New York Thursday eV FiS' is Jones of Sprmgdalc , Gorm,, visited his parents , Mr. and Mrs . John Jones , Sunday. Among those who spent the weekr- end at their bung;alows in German Gardens were Mr. and Mrs. E. Reith. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dietrich , Mr. and Mrs. Taillen , Mr. and Mrs. Sp illectic and son , Paul Kleibert , all of Brooklyn , and Mr. and Mrs. Adels and son of Elmhurst. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Behan were at their home on Electon day. Mr. and Mrs. David Jones enter- tained Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Her- bert Larson and family of Brooklyn . Mr. and Mrs. S. Consiglio and fam- ily of College Point visited Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rankin and Mr. and Mrs . Leroy Spillett and family yes- terday. Mr. and Mrs. Stern of Astoria spent the week-end at their summer home at Camp Siegfried. Mr. and Mrs. Phannecole and son and Mr. and Mrs. Schneider and son , all of Brooklyn , and Mr. and Mrs. Neuman of Bayside spent the week- end at their respective homes in Lin- den Gardens. Mr. and Mrs. John Davis , Jr.* and son Herbert . attended : a party Sat- urday night at Westhahipton given in honor of the \thirty-fourth anni- versary of Mr. .and Mrs . Herb ert Winters.. -The engagement of- Blrs. Davis ' sister , Miss '-Dorothy \ Wint ers of Westhampton , to George Reeves of Riverhead was also announced. ¦ Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy. . .Spillett en- tertained.Thursday evening; - Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mushier and • grandaught er Lillian -and Kenson . D. Merrill , all of Rocky Point ,, and; Mr. and Mrs . Wil- liam Lewin of Yaphank. • • , . .. • * ' . - • . A. 'Danitz closed r his summer home on -;Main street. •:Sunday. ; - • ¦ •• . • . •• - ' ; • I Miss- .Louise Gozirie as* .now- * , living in Riverhead , where , she is ¦• •employed. \ If you can 't find it oii a bargain counter , look for it in the Classified columns of this newspaper. —-Adv. IS FI RST AID ! From Armistice ' D a y to Thanksgiving Day, the Red Cross hold s its/annual . mem*-;. . bership drive from which conies the funds that support its good work . Let' s all join now; . Just as the .Red Cross gives first aid ! to the strieken , so ' does a B ank Account. *^ : When tlie doctor ' s prescrip- - tion calls for expensive medi- cal treatment , . or an extended\ trip, your , savings may prove ' . ; ~ • < to- be a life saver , too. - \ » ¦ . ¦ \ \ , ¦ i Safe Deposit Boxes ' • ' ¦• for -Re . nt; to v Our Depositors ' '' ' K •i ., Jt- r i . . ' . ' ' ' c ' - . ' < ¦ :: ' ¦ ¦ • ' • - . ' * ¦ • ¦ ¦ ' - ' ¦ Wl;UNICif;, : : ' Q-ceaii Avei cor. Church St. ?¦ •• ¦ • • FATCH - OGTO ; _ j; ¦ *The Only Savings *Bank~> in \Brookhaven lown : \ : giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiij iiiiiiii^ ;. H . ' . . =E S _ = To the people of the Town of Brookhaven of all | political faiths and to our fellow candidates and party | workers , we extend our sincere appreciation for the | splendid support given to each of us. | We approach our new terms with a renewed convic- / | tion that our paramount duty as public officials is ser- | I vice to all of the people of the town. > | M H 1 HAROLD F. DAVIS I ' Superintendent of Highways ! 1 ANDREW D. HAVEN S 1 Town Clerk [ | — , ' ~5 li n^^ :

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