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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, April 03, 1940, Image 7

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r~ SP E^IAL$ ™l Baby Chicks I@c I Poultry Supplies g i Electric Brooders fjj$ 2,75 1 j Shavings § j Peat Moss E I Straw : I I Hydrated Li me .. bag 45e | i. Grass Seed I 1 Poultry Remedies j I 9 : I I M. Median & Sons I 120 WEST MAIN STREET J PATC HOGUE I Phone Patchogue 955 * j Fire Destroys Wood Shed On E. Pfeiffer Property .A fire of unknown origin destroyed the wood shed in the rear..of. Edward Pfeiffer ' s homestead in Middle Island last Tuesday afternoon about 3 o ' clock- . Selden and Yaphank Fire dep artment ' s arrived in time to save the store , home . and - other surround- ing buildings. John Davis , Jr., of the Yaphank dep artment , received severe hand , burns necessitating medi- cal treatment.7 ¦ . .. ' ' Wall paper that is not badly worn or spotted With grease may be cleaned with paper cleanit. Bf Mdle: Island Anna Marie Brenn er Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse \ Triola . of Springfield opened their summer hom e on Raynor road last \ Sunday. 7 Mh arid. Mrs . Charles Kaminski arid- Mr, and Mrs/ Frank Kaminski of' Bridgehampton were dinner guests . of Mr. and Mrs . Larry Kam- inski on Sunday. ' Dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs . Fre-d Brenner , ' Sr* , on Sunday wer e Mr. . . and Mrs; Charles' Carlson and son Robert Charles of Brooklyn , Mr. and; Mrs . . Samuel Faron , Jr. , and daughters , Elsie and Jean of South- old and Henry Eichroath and chil- dren , - Joan and Henry pf Bro o klyn. Mr; and Mrs. Samqel Faron , Jr., and children of Southold were din- ner guests of W T . and Mrs . Samuel Faron , Sr: , on Saturday. - Mr. and Mrs . . .Hector . MeBride and son Victor : of Brooklyn . spent the week-end at their home . here. Mr. and/Mrs. G. . Johnson have moved from • B ellerose to their new home 'in/ Piriewpod- camps- Mr. John- son -will commute to work in Brook* , lyn daily. - , . \ : - : . . Mr. amdi Mrs. . .Charles Weil of Lyn- brook lecentl y visited Mrs. . Amy Kempel of Woodlot road. ' . ' ' Tony. . .Maggio has- moved. . . his :house fro m the former Howard Swezey property . . ' on Main road to Coram Gardens. . .. - , .. . - • ¦ _ : Joseph.. Crisaiittmo . recently, bro right back from North Carolina a truck- load of rhododendrons and is going to plant them on _ his farm . here. Mr. and , Mrs. Fred. H, Brenner , J T ., and children ; Harry and Fred Henry, Jr., . ^visited Mr. and Mrs. William Forrest of Rocky Point on Sunday . Henry Pollock , whose potato house burned down -while he rented it from E. Pfeiffer is now going to use the barn on the Williams farm on the Main road. Miss Amelia Overton is 'ill. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bayles vis- ited relatives in East Moriches o» Sunday. Miss June Browning and brother Allen of Port Jefferson were dinner guests . of Anna Marie and Josep h Brenner on Saturday. Mrs . Anna Vierfcel has been very .ill . the past few days. • . Miss Anna Marie Brenner spent last ^reek with her sister- at South- old. ' Miss Violet Van Horn has been spending the Easter vacation at her home here. Th-e St. Patrick' s day party held at Mrs. Ernest -Randall' s home last Wednesday was a great success and. was well attended. The pupils on the honor roll at the Presbyterian church are Ray- mond Still , Anna Marie Brenner , Joseph Brenner , Alfred and Doris Faro n , Williani Koschara , Donald Bayles , Norman and Marjorie Stew- ard and Leste r Davis. The heautiful plants and flowers which fill Mrs. Charles S. Miller ' s sun porch are bein g admire d by friends and neighbors. ' . ' Miss Geneva Hulse has been quite sick . - Mrs. Richard Henry ' \ , • • ¦> Lucill e Still has been ill the past few- days. - . - . • Mrs* ; Clarence Madkay has returned home from ; \Southside : hospital, Bay Shore ;•: , * where - -she has - . been ; ill for the-7pa*st. ' ; weelc. - -:- . . . 7 .. , ' . - • ' ¦ •;// * - ; .; ' ¦ ' ¦;¦ ' - • ' . The;meeting of the -Parent-*}?¦sachet association ;. . . ' . has; . been postponed until T-hursday: evening, April : 1 i , in recog- nition of -the annual business /meeting of , the .Community \ church which . 'is held* the first ' Thursday; . \iri April. The meeting, bf \ . the * . church ' will ' be pre- ceded- by a. c6yeredrdislx .„ 7supper ' . .. ' to whicfcV those , inv * the community 7 whb are .;i?iter.2ste^/^ P 'Tan*; y ' G poke , y .^r^er custodian: of the? ii$&ture-s Garden . elubhdu&e ' - aaid , a representative- of^ ^ -the O. -L.^SchwenKfe ' company, ¦ .has-resigned * - * his position ? /Evan . L. ; Jewell . of : ; JHqit' sville :;is now employed -in * .. ' his y^Aace. \ ' ^Mfiss; ; Florence - \ LuCas/ hais /returned to; ;5ber* - ppsition . .at ;- Arnold 7 coll ego , Nevtr \ -Hav-eh , - Qonn^ after, spending the: Easter '7 vacation ; with i hefc'/parehts , Mr. >%_M - Mrs. ,G. - Mi Lutfas. of>Middle Couaitry :!road.7 7-7 * ••- ¦ , ¦;- • ' ** - ¦ - ' - . ' . \ \ ' ¦ - ' : -Mh^/and- -'Mrsy •¦Jarii-es ' . -Hanson iand daughters : of. - .^Qpdside-Twere - dinner •guests *-;6f¦ ¦ ¦the ' . 'fpnrier^s -parents , ¦ •Mr. aiid ' ; \Mrs;.^Chris--Hanson- •; bf' - Middle Country -road:.:\/' ' ' . • ¦ ' , ' - * ' . . - • . :- . ¦ • \ ' ¦ ' • * ' * -Mra.^A&ae.J?ord ' of -East •Williston spent*the rEaster: : vacation -at' ; the hoine of ./her mother , - Mrs . - Louis Duke - of Middle Country road. ¦ - Mrs. -:: Gabriel 7 Lucas , - Sr. , of the Middle •Gauntry -road-is visiting . rela- tives -in Woodside for a weei. ¦ ' Mrs , - Clara ; Forsythe of • -Middle Count ry road; .visited • hier daughter and son-in* -law , -Mr. \ arid Mrs. Thomas Terry of Terryville on Sunday. 1 Louis LJulte returned Saturday from a business trip to Boston , Mass. Oii the return trip the ferry was anchor- ed for nine hours on Long Island sound due to fog; \ ; ' Mrs. Barbara Blettenberg sp ent the week-end at her home on Evergreen drive. - Week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Waldron of Evergreen dHve were Mr. \ and Mrs. John Lammers of Woodridge , N. J. The first in a series of afternoon card parties was held at the Old Community ho-use last -Tuesday, after- ncqn/for the \benefit ' bf the Albany trip of the graduating class of Sel- den school. First prize in pinochle was won by Mrs. Harry Rose; first in bridge , Mrs. Charles Zimmerman ; first in bunco , Miss Ruth Williams; second in pinochle , Mrs. James Har- rington ; second in bunco , Mrs. Mc- Larty ; third in pinochle, Mrs. Howard Alden. The special prizes were won by Mrs. Petrucelli and Mrs. A. Lowndes BroAvn . A miscellaneous shower was given Miss Flor ence Lucas , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gabriel M. Lucas of the Middle Country road Friday even- ing. Tlie table decorations were pink and white. Following delicious re- freshments singing and . cards were enjoyed. Miss Lucas received many lovely gifts. Thos e present -wer e Mrs. Carl Holschuh , Mrs, Anna Hols- chuh and Mrs, Evelyn Holschuh of Coram; Mrs . H&rry Smith , Mrs. A. L. Lucas -and Miss Melina Lucas of . Pat- chogue ;- Mrs ' . ' John Miller , Mrs . - Peter Holz , Mrs* . Charles Ellis\ and Mrs. - Thomas Cullum * of s Medford ; Mrs. Joseph Lucas and Mrs. Alexander Lucas of Bellmore ; Mrs . Frank Ford of Jackson - Heights; Mrs . William Wild of .Woodside ; Mrs, John Wolfe of East Williston ; Mrs* . Edwin liiese of Wantagh; Mrs. Joseph Kucera of Sayville arid Mrs . ¦ GharLes Zimmer- man , ' Mrs; G. ' . M. Lucas , Sr., Mrs. G. M. Lucas , • Jr. , Mrsi; Louis Duke , Mrs. William Haspel , ' Jr. * , Mrs. Wil- liani .. - Hai_pel , Sr.,, Mrs. William Mey- er , Mrs ; Joscpli Locherer , . ¦ Mrs. Harry; Rose, Mrs. Chris Hanson , Mrs. Rich- ard Henry and the Miss es Henrietta Hough , MSybelle Still and ; Frances Walsh r.of.;.Seldsn. , Miss Lucas will l5ecoi^e;i^h^7'biic^. :of 7 ; PhiIip Hclz of Medford this month. ' ¦(. - ' There was a large gathering at the social night • of the Ladies ' auxiliary of the Fire department held at the firehouse last Tuesday evening. First prize in pinochle was won by Mrs. Heinz Schultze; bridge , Mrs. A. L. Brown ; bunco , Mrs. Carmine Para- dise; second in pinochle , Mrs. Harold Frost; , bridge , Mrs. Howard . Alden and . bunco, Mrs. Cyril .Poster. The special, prizes were won by Mrs; Leslie Hough and Mrs . McLarty. • * . :- ., 7 Sylvia Goetz - ¦ / -; Mr. and Mrs;. Vincent G-arofola and daughters , Marie amd Carmen of Astoria-v spent Sunday afternoon at their: ; ¦ .b.ung\ 3Jbw&: on Adiapondack drive . .. ' \ . - ' ' ' \ * . ' \ ; Mr. and, Mrs. L. Shesrber. and : son Peter and* Mr. and Mrs. C^ Gawrola of Astoria sjrent . the week-etnd ' at their , hungatow:' on Adipphdaefe drive. ; • • ' / 'Mr. and Mrs ' . * . Cleraent / Beaudoin and/ sons , Richard and Clement , re- cently returned to . Seldeii , after spend* ing -five months in Floii d a; . Mr. / and Mrs. George/ Sdhl of-New ¦Yorkj i son . and\ : daughter-ia-law : of Mf, \ and Mrs./ John Sohl . ' of 'Adifori- dack drive , /recently ' bought a new home- in \ Stnithtown an_d moved there last week. /^ ' .. ' ' . . ' . •/ ' ; ' . - ' . \ ' - ¦¦ ' ¦ ' Mr. and* Mrs, Alfred Sherwood and children , ' Alfred ; and/Iipraine of Mo- haw'k- place , and -Mr. and/Mrs; John Sohl of Adirondack ' drive motored to New Y ork last Wednesday to ' visit Patrolnian John . Bossert , soh-in-la'vr ¦of ' Mr. arid Mrs. Sohl who is in a New York hospital. ./' ' • ¦ ' . ' :. Mrs. Phil Kruger . of Adirondack drive recently celebrated her birth- day. Mrs. Rudo . ipli Lau .un.er of . Ar- gyle aveiiiie motored to Portland , Me., to spend severa L days . with her son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Mathew Raduano. Fred Castle and Frank Allan have returned to New York , after spend- ing ten days at Mr. Castle ' s bunga- low on Plandome place. ~ Miss Josephine Patane of Highview drive recently celebrated her fifteenth birthday. Mrs. Isabelle Barnes , Miss Marjorie Monaghan and Mrs- - Elaine Anters celebrated Mrs. . Edward Monaghan ' s birthday Saturday evening. I Mrs. Adriaiia Hans man-ri and son Anton; have returned to -New York , after spending several days at their bungalow on Ormon d avenue. A meeting of the Parent-Teacher association was held at the home of Mrs. Leslie Hough on Monday after- noon 'discussing plans to raise the sum of over $100 toward the Albany fund. Those present were : Mrs . Les- lie Hough , Mrs. Edward Monaghan (chairlady), Mrs. Elizabeth\MeCabe , Mrs. William Chapman , Mrs. Eliza- beth McLarty , and Mrs. Pietro Suglia. Mrs. Elaine Antexs is at the home of her mother, Mrs. Edward ' Mon- aghan of Argyle avenue , on a. sick leave from her work in New York. Mr. and Mrs. John Sohl of , Adiron- dack drive visited Miv and Mrs. George '' Sohl of Smithto-wn on ' Sun- day. 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Vegetable plants may be ' started early in the spring in such struc 7 tures as greenhouses , sash houses, hotbeds, or coldiramea;

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