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WMMMMMMMI an—WMMMIMMI<MHM« _M_HMMMMWM_-M L. Ronkonkoma and Vicinity | d » tific Massage - . Bladder and Lolonic ^ !_ •¦ _ • in Irrigation Cowlfata Free ofc .:« DAY or NIGHT DUTY * \ T,^ W ** Ji !¦ . Mi - _i_ ^MM—— ¦I^M_WW>»_«W»«MWWM»WWM ^»l .«_ Mrs . Ha rry Peterson GRADUATE NURSE LINCOLN ROAD LAKE RONKONKOMA TEL. RONKONKOMA 8408 ¦n ,_ .s* —¦¦¦—¦ _.<—¦¦- « „i' — » ¦¦ -(.. I . WII ,. II III n I *>_ _ «_¦¦ — - _ ¦ _ . _¦—. », I. II W W ' I ¦_!¦ _¦¦ _ ¦ H ^H I !¦¦¦! . ¦¦!¦_ ¦ I H |l - ili m ii m —.- l _ n . _ a _ .,..l — H | ll III H ,| ¦! | »W l __j «im«|i| __ i^llil _^-w . New Low Price — ON — KEROSENE (Socony Waterwhite) In Lots of 25 Gals, or More For Lamps , Kerose ne Stoves , Brooders and Rangfo Burners W© Deliver — Prompt Service RELIEF TICKETS ACCEPTED Meyer ' s Garage MEDFORD Phone Patchogue 24S7J2 Holiday Community Party Held in Coram An entertaining program was pre- sented • at t he annual community Christmas celebration at the Coram Community house on . Friday, Decem- ber 22 , before an audience ot nearly 75 persons. The entertainment be- gan with the singing of carols by everyone , followed by a reading, I he Origin of the Yule Log, \ Mrs. , tes- ter Davis ; song, \Away in a. . Man , - ger , \ Suzanne Holschuh , Florence Burke , Constance Schwebes , Doris Mae Hagen and John Burke ; cello solos , \Love ' s Sorrows \ ( Fritz: Kreis- ler) and \Serenade \ (Driego), Amedeo Delli Bovi , accompanied by Mrs. Wil- liam Stewart at the piano; reading, \The Christmas Tree Legend , ' Mrs. Davis; selection by Middle Island Presbyterian church; vocal s o 1 o , \Brightest and Best Are the Stars of the Morning, \ Mrs . Fred Benson , accompanied by Mrs. He rman Schwebes; play, \Children of Many Lands , \ by children in costume un- der the direction of Mrs. Mabel Wil- bur. Community carol singing took place b etween numbers , with \Deck the Halls with Boug hs of Holly \ en- acted with cedar and* pine branches taking the place of holly. Mrs. Carl Holschuh was in charge of this year ' s party. Miss Dorothy Still is chairman for next year ' s cele- bration , with the following commit- tee : Mrs. Harold Davis , Mrs. Frank Lyon, Mrs. William Stewart and Sid- ney Ballance. Refreshments were served. _ Cook- ies were donated by the Police de- partment , coffee by the Ladies ' aux- iliary of the. Fire dep artment , candy by the Coram Welfare club. VAAA A . A A A A __ _-_ * __¦——_ _ _ _.—_ -¦ _. _ . _.- >a.__4_,A_t _.AA<i_a-H.A_.A1a-._.4A^i__iA _ _tLi>a ! RONKONKOMA P LAICE I _ \ ;— \ - ' ..; ' ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ > _ - __i^______ .______________ . > Charles Wentisch The Philhesperons met last Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Joseph Kirk on Rosevale avenue. The win- ners were Mrs. Harold Sor enson , first ; Mrs. Frank Rummel , second ; Miss Doris New*ton , a guest , third ; Mrs. Sterling Girardet , fourth ; Mrs. George K enneth , fifth. Mrs. Wil - liam Chipp won the booby prize. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Hans and fam- ily spent New Year ' s day calling on friends in New York. The Ladies ' Aid of the Methodist church will meet tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Bowen on Patchogue road. Mr. and Mrs . Chester Briggs of Elmhurst spent Sunday and New Year ' s day with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rummel of Pond road. . Erwin Wetzler , who is employed at Rummers Parkway garage , visited relatives in Brooklyn over the week- end: \Warren Smith , who attends school in White Plains, N. Y., spent part of the holiday s with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith , Jr., in Valley Stream . Charles Paul of New York spent New Year ' s eve with Mr. and Mrs . Nich olas Pusemp . On New Year ' s day Mr. and Mrs. Pusemp entertained Mr. and Mrs. William Filsinger and daughters , -Evelyn and Gloria. Miss Jean B erger spent the Christ- mas holiday s with her grandmother in Richmond Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Browne spent New Year ' s day in Garden City . Sixty persons attended the New Year ' s eve party held at the Ameri- can Leg ion hall on Church street. A turkey supper was s erved as soon as the new year had been welcomed. Funny hats , favors and noisemakers added to the festivities. Breakfast was served at 6:45 a. m. Miss Virginia Bowen , who is a teach- er , in Center Moriches High school , spent part of her Christmas vacation in Proviclenee , R. I., where she en- joyed a reunion with Miss Margaret. Burgess of Fall River , Mass., Miss Arline Goettler , a teacher in Broad- brook , and Miss Ruth Chitti m , em- ployed in a Norwalk , Conn., hosp ital. These young* women graduated from college with Miss Bowen four years ago. Miss Bowen expects to receive her Master of Arts degree from Co- lumbia university next Monday , Mrs. Gus Miller of Holbrook road will entertain the Thursday Pinochle club tomorrow afternoon . ; Marie Mooney Mr. and Mrs. Bert Court of Haw- kins avenue spent Christmas day with Mrs. -Court's brother , William Me- Ewing of Port Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Hawkins of Patchogue road entertained several members of their family for dinner on Christmas eve. Those present \ were Mr. and \ Mrs. Karl Meyer and son Karl of Center Moriches , Mr. and Mrs. Francis Pfeiffer and JBassford Hawkins , all of Lake Ronkonkoma. Their daughter , Mrs. Jessamine San- ford , who lives with them , was also present. On Christmas day Mr. and Mrs. 'Pfeiffer were hosts to the entire group. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Shene and young son of Smith street spent the Christmas week-end at Sarariae lake with relatives. Mrs. Edward Stickel of Brooklyn returned home Monday, after spend- ing the week with her daughter , Mrs. Anna Bartik of Chestnut street. Last Thursday the Amicus club en- joyed a Christmas party at the home of Miss Edith C onklin of Church street . Mr.- and Mrs. Francis Becker oi Bayonne , N. J., we ' re dinner guests Sunday at the home or Mr. and Mrs. Emil Becker , Jr., of Chestnut street. On New Year ' s day, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Michael Turoczi , Sr., as did Mr. and Mrs. Michael Turoczi , Jr. Members of the Kaffee Klatsch en- joyed a New Year ' s party Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cipp of Chestnut avenue. Mrs. Louis Pokorny _of North Brunswick , N. J-, spent the Christ- mas week with Mr. and Mrs. Law- rence Holzap fel of Cedar avenue. Miss Marion Court attended the Jamesport re-union of the Epworth League at the Elmhurst Methodist church last Friday afternoon and evening. Miss Frances Newton of Portion road , Carl Ritter of Setauket and William Jones of Smithtown were dinner guests last Thursday evening of Miss Marion Court of Hawkins avenue. On Saturday evening Miss Court attended a party at the home of Miss Dorothy Granat of Queens Villa sre. Edward Fish - IT Que ens sp-mt Sat- urday with hi: , parents , Mr. and Mr_ . Thomas Fish ol' Patehoiru . road. IT . returned Friday fro m tho G reen mountains , whore he spent Vira-e weeks .r ecu per-:. I, in ,. 1 ; IVom tin . ' .[> •- nendectoniy. Mr, and M rs, Max _ .r_ i.s oiiterlai j i ed Sunday nig ill al .i New Year ' . -. evi. party. Harry Ei pel of Flora l Park, (.pen t Christmas wo. el . us tin ;- guest of David Gra n ge , Jr. The Thursday Bridge- club met last week at tho, home of Mrs. Frank Rummel oi Church .street. Winners were Mrs, Fred Smith , Mrs. Joseph A. Kirk , Mrs. h' red Kenneth and Mrs. Evelyn Howey. Mrs. ITowey will entertain tomorrow at her homo, in St. James. Walter McNulty returns today to his studies at Montfort Apostolic seminary. Bay Shore , after spending the Christmas holidays with hia parents , Mr. and Mrs, Walter Mc- Nulty of .Ronk onkoma avenue. The Tuesday Pinochle club met —I.— , -- ¦¦¦ 11 .1 1 il .Il._l —¦! — ___—¦ _ I ____ - .I1. . -- ¦¦¦¦¦ M l WW i yesterday afternoon at the home . of Mrs. Bert Court of Hawkins avenue. Winners were Mrs. S. D'Agostino , Mrs. Ira Bayliss and Mrs. Charles Geide. Rpeloffs ' complete Optical Service , gives you: the best in service , frames and lenses at a price yon can afford to pay. See Roeloffs first. —Adv. Mrs. W. Voorhie of Farmingdale is spending a few weeks with her son-in-law and' daughter , Mr. and Mrs. William Post of Union ave- nue . Capt. and Mrs. John Smith of Port Jefferson spent last Thursday and Friday with Mr. arid Mrs. Ira Bayliss of Ronkonkoma avenue. When the Octet Bridge club met last Thursday with Mrs. Freda Bal- shanek of Bohemia , \they surprised Mrs. Richard Newton with a birth- day party and gave her many lovely gifts. Winners at cards were Mrs. Anton Pedisi ch, Mrs. Helen Halik and Mrs. Michael Pedisich. Mrs. Halik will be tomorrow ' s hostess. The Misses Frances Newton , Jane Roettinger and Marion Court were supper guests last Wednesday of the Rev. David IC Sloatman of Green- port. Mr. Sloatman , who was form- erly pastor of the Lake Ronkonkoma Methodist church , will transfer this month to New Haven , Conn. . Miss Frances Newton returned last evening to her studies at Swarthmore _r_ _ - I I r\ *¦ _ > _ ¦ _ Miss Doris Newton is spending this week with her sister , Mrs. Herbert R. West of Key-port , N. J., before returning to her teaching- duties in Nyack . The Wednesday Bridge club met last week at the home ni Mrs. Fred Kenneth of Ha . * .!• . _ ' . ... avenue. Win- ners were Mrs. Michael Peduich , Mrs. ( .{( .org. . P--ai- :- - .!ill and Miss Doris Smith. . The ;_ v..vp v .. ' !. mre ' . on Fri - day and Mr. . . Pea, _;_ ! . ~ . i]l I K - th-r- h .:.tes _ . MV:- . Hi' !), ';, ' : . i'0 .i!i-ij. :- -!r , Sr., . . . f Ni . v, - . < 11k. .VI * - ,<i:d Mrs Hi . i.ry Men - ni ir »¦ . - ¦!• , Jr. , el' ain. -uue:. , „.n.i Mv. ;(t, .d 'Mv .. Tluiiiifi .;-; t. . .,; !•> . no. i ' •! ' IV I - I .id- ly n svi . iil (.he vy f-ok ^ SK : vriLh ;VJ r am! IVli'K. Fr, .< ! ,. - ,1. 1 h , ' ¦ ' . ., ¦, ' • \. A \. y > _ Terv.n r . Five inches of iee on I,t\k: > , i .. on hoi' il - i ' iina (l.vc . v a j- ,i rg' . * iiiisile v el ' ska ter* , and k- . ' -ho.u - i - - -; dsriti p i in. holiday ' week-end. .Ai. ion^ thuso whr, had their iee. d . ti. - .ts out were the Curia- brothers ..( Flu. .hi . '- ., Sain Kempt\ , Walter Giil _ner , Gen. 1 Grego- ry and the Bernard brothers , all of Ronkonkoma , and George A cker- ley of Port Jefferson . A merry crowd at Jack York' s pavilion on Sunday night greeted the. new year. On New Year ' s day, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dehe entertained Mr. and Mrs. James Davis and children , Muriel and Constance , in honor of the birthday of their daughter May. If lipstick stains on washable ma- terials do not disappear with ordinary laundering and by sponging with carbon tetrachloride , rub them with a colorless grease such as white vaseline , then sponge them again with carb on tetrachloride or bleach them wi th peroxide of hydrogen B. M. Still Walter Zebroski has returned to Brooklyn after spending a few days with James M, Ashton , 3rd. Mr. and Mrs. James M. Ashton , 2nd , and children , James and Lois , spent Christmas with Mr. A shton ' s sister , Mrs. John Foster of New Rochelle. Zae ' n. Hart spent New Year ' s eve with friends in Hempstead. Miss Violet Van Horn and Marion Van Horn were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Turner of Flushing on. New Year ' s day. The Oh. i . t anas program of tho Middle I' . -daml Presbytorian church pre -cnled on Deeemb .). - 20 , wns as fol- low. .: Op<-M\ ii 1! . -- . ); Sen?)' . \Angels from the Realms . 1 \ Glory \ ; responsive reading : prayer , l .h_ ltev . Williani a - U-w . iH: :^\ir. , \Nix. 'l'- ' ; past 1: Pri- .nsu y lU-partuiei !. - song, primary ' .. ' (. a. - ,?. ; recita tioiis , \ Welconie , \ Elsie ( . rare Faron; \I. t-igioner ' s W elcome , \ Freddio Brenner; soup; , - 'fwinkle , Twinkle . \ primary clh.ua; recitati ons , \Ti- ic First Chviid rnaa Giftv ' Suzanne Helseh uh ; \Tlio Dear Little Jesus , \ K 1. 1 gem-' Kesebar ;- ; \Cliristmas Cradle Sonjr, '' \ beginner ' s class; recitations , '\The Fi rs t CliristmaK Tree.; , \ Elinor Dari-ow; \Heaven ' s Gift , \ Charles Lyraber; Part 2: Intermediate , Jun- ior and Senior departments—pageant , \The Nativity \ ; songs , \0 Come .All Ye Faithful\ and \Joy to the World. \ Santa Clans distributed gifts at the elose of the program. If Frank Hagen of Coram and Williani Bliefernicht of Yaphank will clip this notice and bring it to the office of The Patchogue Advance and The Argus , Patchogue , within the next three days , they will receive a fre e ticket to the Granada theatr e with the compliments of this news- paper to see and to hear the enter- tainment scheduled in this issue. .No tickets will, be issued Saturday aft- ernoon , as the office closes at 12 o ' clock noon. ®MMiiE@ MlumA ; Meet new members of The Mid- Islartd Mail family in this column. a, ' , - ' • I,, 1 ' 1 Evelyn. Albin . Mrs. Frank Hagen ¦ .Oscar Steinert Ferdinand . Kostal ek Mrs. C. Hblhi Dominick Feinia Mrs. Rose Pfundstein Leo Burns NEW MEMBERS OF OUR FAMILY MY ANNUAL 2-WEEK €OK SET SALE L , Witih I» and 2©% Savin gs r . 1 ' ' ' is now on • __— 9 — €JEKT»UBE BURMS : J 4 CORSETIERE ; f ; I ^ . ' T <>1. Sayville \902 ; . ' . ' ^l ' -/ r ^ v _~---- ^; - : ¦; ' 180 wm ' 1 MW .BArrnm ^M

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