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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, February 07, 1940, Image 5

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NOME R , A.M., L.L.U , I Headmaster. 1 <* - -----*- »n. -*i »n«**---H***-*i-M--»-^v-n»* ^ — m m mn4mm.ir '*- -nmma *m M m »a *»' > ™-< *im'<>*''*a'i»& ¦ ! ¦ : - First Anniversary Week SOMETHMG SPECIAL EVERY NIGHT WEDNESDAY NIGHT— I Ladies * Nig ht All Ladies admitted for 15c , including skates THURSDAY NIGHT— Featuring . <- •-. The Flying LockweUs Internationally Famous Skat- ing Team , who have skated before the crowiwd heads ot ^ Europe RIDAY NIGHT— I A - f Jim CoMaa \ Night Three-legged race MI States, wheelbarrow race , fctc. SATURDAY NIGHT— Two fine * special prizes to be awarded — ~- — WATCH FOR OUR VALENTINE PARTY . ANNOUNCEMENT ' . I...M - II I . .I : M ,1 , I j Patcliogiie Roller Skating Palace REDECORATED - RENOVATED And Under New Managemen t Railroad Ave., Patchogue ¦ ¦ Town BdL Revised Ruhland Is Chairman of Po- lice Committe e Hattemer , New Member , Chairman /Town Hall Group—Changes Follow Resignation of Justice Monsel Brookhaven ' Town board committee vacancies resulting from the resig- nation of Justice of the Peace Wil- lard B. Monsell of Patchogue were filled by the. Town board ' Saturday. Philipp A. Hattemer of Patchogue , who was appointed a Justice of the Peace by the ' board to fill the Monsell vacancy, was designated chairman of the town hail committee , a position formerly held by Judge Monsell , The board appointed Judge Carl Ruhland of East Setauket, who was a ; member of the town police com- mittee , to the chairmanship of this committee , succeeding Judge Monsell. Judge Donald W. Shaw of Bellport was- transferred from the town hall committee to the town police -com- mittee \ to fill the Monsell vacancy , and Judge Arthur R. Reich of Med- ford was appointed to the Shaw place on the town house committee. The two committees are now as follows: Town hall — Jud ges Hattemer , chairman , Reieh and Kenson D. Mer- rill of Eocky Point. Town . police . — J u d g e s Ruhland , chairman , Shaw and Harold C. Soren- son of Lake Grove. \ ' Advertise that old furniture you have stored in the attic and pick up a few extra dollars for that new fall coat. —Adv. Mary Hahn. record s tlie doings in . Coram each week. If you h-ave news for her see ' ier at Rovagna ' s store or call Selden 1759-R- l \The Walking Dead\ was the topic oi -the -sermon delivered by the Rev. George Gambill at Trinity Methodist church Sunday. On -Sunday, January 2-8 , - Officers were elected in the Epworth League as follows: President , Henry House of Port Jeff erson ; .first vice-president , Edith - Ferguson of Middle ' ¦ • Island; second and' third vice-president , Doris -Fingar; '-fourth j vice-president , I) on-; aid Fingar; secretary, ' Helen Wall • of Port ' Jefferson; treasurer , Lucille Still- -of Selden. Miss Adina WaL grier was the leader of the meeting and her topic was \Modern Songs of God ' s World. \ Last Sunday Charles Lyon was ¦ the pleader and spoke on \What Is a Good Time?\ •Miss Helen Hahn -of Jamaica vis- ited her \brother and sister4ri- -law , M- r. and Mrs . Rudolph Hahn * on Fri- day. - • ¦ . :- . -¦ . ¦ - . - - ' .Mrs; - Henry Farrands aaid Mrs. Rudol ph , Hahn were guests Monday of . Mrs. Atkinson of Port 'Jefferson Station. Herirjr Farrands of Hights- town , N. J., spent the week-end with his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heiison have nurchased a car. Mrs. Sidney \Ballance is ill at her home. ' •-Mr. - and Mrs. George ¦ Lyon are building a home on Mt; Sinai road. Construction starte d this week , with Robert Lyon* Jr., doing the building. Mrs. M. Sperl of Farmingvilie was a ¦ week-end ,, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pommer of Paul' s Path . j' -Mr. and' -Mrs. James Obrr of Brook- lyn were -guests of Mr. and Mrs, Henry Farrands on Sunday. \Mr. and -Mrs. Frank Pommer spent last \Wednesday in-St. Albans at the home of: Mr. . and Mrs. Frank Rey- nolds; .The school trustees met at the school Monday evening. Mrs. Fingar, the clerk , was absent because of ill- ness. \ ' . iMrs. George. Weber has been on the sick list the past week . .Miss Mildred Henry of Selden was given, a surprise miscellaneous show - er at the Cora m Community hall last Tuesday evening. She received many lovely gifts. Refreshments were serv- ed. Those present were Mrs. ' Sam- uel Faron , Sr., Mrs. John Archam- bault , Mrs. Sidney Ballance , Mrs. Bert Brower , Mrs. Christian -Witt- schaek , Mrs. Frank Lyon , Mrs. Chris Koschara , Mrs. Dick Koschara , Mrs. William Koschara , Jr., . Mrs. Christina /Eagle ,. Mrs. Jacob Baezensky, Mi-s. Richard Morris of. Coram;. Mrs. Rich- ard Henry of Selden ; Mrs. Harry L. Smith , Mrs.. A. L. Lucas of Patch- ogue; Mrs. Everett Pfeiffer and Mrs. Stanley Nowaski of Middle Island. Miss . Alice Titus , of Roslyn is the guest oi Miss- Julia Muirheid for a week. ¦ Dorothy . M. Still Mr . and 7 Mrs. Rudolph Gottwald and children , Doris Ann and Her- bert of Sayville , were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Still on Sunday. Miss Lois Fingar , who has been ill at-her home for several days , was able to return to - school Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest . . Holschuh of Queens ¦ Village were Sunday guests of Mr- and . Mrs. ;Garl Hol- sehuh . Mrv ' and Mrs. George Hungerford of Flushing spent the . week-end . -at thei r bungalow on Mt. Sinai road. , The. bridge club met . at the home , of ' Mrs . . : Mable Howell ' in Patchogue last Thursday ' afternoon. Mrs . ¦ Har- old Davis and Mrs. Carl Holschuh were , priz e winners. Mr . and Mrs. Hugh Fingar and children , DOris and Lois , were guests of Mr. and Mrs , Alfred; Heisser of Farmingdale; on Sunday. Miss Dorothy Still was ' a guest of Mr. and^ Mrs- Charles Russell in Lake . Grove last Friday. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Davis at- tended a dinner given , by the Canaan Lake club- at a hotel in New \York S aturday evening. - Mrs. Harold Davis was hostess to the members of the Patchogue bridge club at a luncheon-bridge at her home 'Monday afternoon . One dollar and fifty cent? is all it costs for a subscription to This Mid- Island Mail. Hattemer ' s First Case , Disorderly, Gets 90 Days The first defendant haled before Justice of the Peace Philip p A. Hat- temer of Patchogue received a sen- tence of 90 days in the county jail at Riverhead. The defendant ' was Harry Priestley, negro , .aged 39 , who gave New York as his . address , but seemed homeless. He was arrested on a disorderly conduct charge hr Selden Saturday night , by Brookhav- en Town Officer Wallace Jay. Priest-- ley, who carried a cruteh> p leaded guilty. Judge Hattemer was appoint- ed Saturday morning by the Town board.

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