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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, April 10, 1940, Image 6

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You drive the leader when you 'drive a Chevrolet f US, NESS COUPE ;ior '40—the leader in. pep, power and pick-tip—and the J OH,or m '**i* *iiahtiy M 8 he r I leader in styl e , stamina arid sales! J All models priced at Fl' V- I It holds f irst place in accelcration^f irs t place in l on rail rah^Za^riJ 3 ^, I \hilUcllmbim—f irst place in Ml-rotmd performance I '°* es (tf^ with all-round economy~nmoiM\ all cars in its price p ^i^^ 9 ^ rie$ ' \^ - ek*n' I That ' s why Chevrolet for '40 is first Jn sales ; ., why ; , , , ' | \ ' more people huy Ghevrolets than buy any other make of tf» ¦ car . « . and why your Chevrolet dealer strongly recqm- 7 $i|0 It •• mends that you eye it—try it—Iro y it— today ! ¦ ' ¦¦¦¦ ¦ ' '' 'T_ Wi_|- ' '|* ' >i UADIR IN SALES . . . 8 OUT OF THE lAST 9 YEARS ,, V ;!• ' ;-: *}3lM| ;W : \CH EVlOliT'S ; ^|3|^^|?; ¦ :,v ..LAWREN*^^ :¦ ¦ . - - -i^L \ yy ; V VV , l- .^:' 1 ^!^ L - ' LL UB^ it • :¦:; .:¦ ' > „. VW^^ .„: ¦Jto 'T ii^rai '^^^ Elections of Fire Departments In Several Neighliooiig tillages (Continued from page 1) William Herrmann , treasurer ; Mer- vin- Tillinghast , foreman ' , and Charles Kollett , assistant \foreman. <g> : : . : : - * j> Plate Retains Coram Place | -J, ; . -<5> Chief Gildo Plate was re-eleeted chief of the C oram Fire department at the annual meeting Thursday in the Plate home on Yanhank . road. Other officers elected without opposi- tion were Joseph Borella ,, first lieu- tenant- - -succeeding Peter Borella; Ed- ward Wittschack , second lieutenant , succeeding Robert Lyon , Jr.; Richard Morris ^ chief driver , succeeding* Ed- war d Wittschack; . Edwin Hawkins (re-elected), Eudy Wittschack and Howard Christiansen , assistant driv- ers; John Wolfinger- secretary; Jack Baczensky, re-elected treasurer; trus- tees — Robert Lyon j Jr., three-year term , Joh n B orella , two yea rs , and Paul Bonk , one year , succeeding Bert Brower , John _3aczensky and Rudolph Hahn. V: ® — \ - ;— :— ' ¦ «J> I Wehrenberg is Holbrook Chief | The nomination and election of of- ficers of Holbrook Fire . department was held at headquarters Thursday evening. In a contest for the posi- tion of chief , the incumbent , Joseph Mottl , was defeated by Herbert W. Wehrenberg, 13 to 7 votes. Sidney Benesch was unanimously elected as- sistant chief ; William Hermanns , foreman , and Frank Nelson assistant •foreman. Charles Baack succeeds George K. Hollingw orth as secretary. Arthur Wehrenherg is treasurer ; George Leudeinann. re-elected stew- ard ; Henry Heine , chaplain. In a three-man contest to select two di- rectors for three-year terms. John Wehrenberg* and Joseph Mottl 1 re- ceived 17 and 14 votes respectively, defeating Joh n B arbera , who had ten votes. < * > . ,. . . ' ¦ = <§> | Ronko_ikoiria Nominates | 3 : ——— . <S> At a. quiet meetnig of j;he Ronkon- lco ' ma _ _J , ire department, last week , the following officers were nominated: Chief, Clarence Duffield; assistant deputy . chief , Ivar Okvist; second as- sistant deputy chief , William Okvist ; first li-eutenant, Joseph Allgaier;^ sec- ond li-eutenant , Frank Dehe; secre- tary, Adam Metzler ; treasurer , Charles Seibert ; corresponding secre- tary, \ Frank Hug-elmeyer ; trustees- Charles . B£ck , Joseph McNulty - James Davis , Allan Steidel , Arthur Hahft; medical ,. Dr. Walter Roettinger; All names in the nomination will be put up before the board of directors for election! , at ( a later meeting. <$> : — — . — ' ¦ „ ' » Centereach Elects Dhuy . | • s>——-———r—— : . - ' ,. . \ —$ Arthur Dhuy was elected chief of the Centereach Fire- department last week , succeeding lEdward Frampton , who had filled the office for the past two years. Other officers chosen for the coming year , -each of whom was re-elected , were Wellington Williams , deputy, chief; Foster Overton , cap- tain; Anthony Bush , first lieutenant ; Albert Quattlander , second lieutenant ; VYilliam Watson , Francis Moen and Timotliy J. Morrissey, three-year trus- tees; Charles Bert-rum , sergeant-at- arms; John \Pearl , recording secre- tary ; Delphi's Luce , financial secre- tary, and Charles Ulrich , treasurer. Colorfyl , raglan-sleeved smocks that . open in front and that are large enough to slip over sweaters and coats will protect children ' s clothes when the children paint or make n\i\A pies. , Jaistes Fl yim Resigns Fram Democratic Club James iTl ynri , president of the Med- ford' Democratic club, .resigned his position at a -meeting-of the organiza- tion Monday . evening in i the hall on Long. Island avenue. Herman Masem was appointed to complete Mr. - Flynn ' s term and Mrs. Hubert Bianco will take the secretary ' s post which Mr. Masem held. The meeting, . :whi<ch was. well attended , was conducted by T. W. Betts , vice-president. A social followed the business and Mrs. A- Spisak of Patchogue furnished music for dancing. - . ' , ' ¦ ¦ lk r HpInH!ii& Patricia Neger • Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lorch of Ridge- wood were at their bungalow on Shannon boulevard , Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Neger enter- tained Sunday Miss- 'Lois Wright of West Hempstead and Charles King: of Ridgewood; Jean Marchan t has been ill at her home for the past week: Mr: and Mrs. Walter . DeLappe and daug hters , Lucille and Doris- ,, spent the week-end . at their home on Main street. Mrs. \Howard Voorhies attended a bridge and luncheon at the home of Mrs. William Schwiekert of Flatbush last [Friday. Mrs. Voorhies returned to Yaphank\ with Mr. and Mrs. A. Wright of Brooklyn , who were her dinner guests Saturday night. The Young People ' s club met last Wednesday at the home of Mr. , and Mrs. -Jack \ Klase. After the business meeting, dancing and refreshments were • enjoyed. Those present were Mr. and • Mrs. Gustave Neuss , Jr., Miss Margaret Walters , Miss Janet Voorhies , Henry Scesny, Wal- ter l.azel. . Miss Adelphia Hinkley, Joseph Scesny, Miss Martha Walters , Jack Zyerveld , Thomas Rogers , Miss Stella . Kazel , Josiah Smith , Arthur Engelbach ,. Fred Strier ,. Miss Mil- dred Kazel , John Hoeffner , Patrick Raimond and Miss Patricia: Neger. Miss Gloria DeLappe of Brookly-n and Yaphank spent the week-end at Springfield college , Springfield , Mass., as a guest of . Alfred Devereaux of Stony Brook. Nelson , Mary Elizaheth and Carol Ann Briggs of Mineola spent a few days \ this week with' their grand- mother , Mrs. C. Walters. . Friday evening ' Miss- Marilyn Wicks of New Hyde Park was auditioned in several dramatic parts in a show presented at the Master theater , New Y ork. Mrs. C. Walters and children; Margaret , Martha and Charles , and Mi*: and Mrs. LeRoy Spilletf of Yap- hank were • present. Mr. and Mrs . F. Motz el and family, of Brooklyn were at their bungalow in /German Gardens over the week- end. . - , : ¦ ¦ ' Mr. and Mrs. William Neuss of ¦Ridgewood were guests Sunday at the home of Gustave Neuss , ' Sr. Mr. and Mrs. \ W. , Biuret of Brook- lyn were at their bungalow in German Gardens -over the Week-end. The Senior class of Bellport High school took its annual tri p to New York last week. The ' students first enjoy ed the tel evision tour at Radio City. After lunching at the automat they attended the play, \Life with Father , \ at the Empire theater . The party then din-ed at the Hotel Taft where they enjoyed the music of Ben Bernie ' s orchestra. Their last en- tertainment feature took them to the Paramount theater wh ere Tommy Dorsey ' s orchestra was playing. Those , from Yaphank who attended were Jaelc Zyerveld , Thomas .Rogers and Haldane Hawes \ . • Mr. and Mrs . W. B-ehn and son ' of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their bungalow in G-erman Gardens. Mr. and Mrs. J. Dietrich of New York spent the week-end at th e ir home in German Gardens. v . DIr . and Mrs. Klop of Brooklyn were at tlieir summer home in German Gardens over the we ek-end. Mr. and Mrs. Walt-er DeLappe en- tertained over the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Mansfield of New York. Miss Phyliss Glover and Miss Mil- dred Kazel are now employed at the Hicksville branch of the \House of Rynveld , \ where John Miniuks has been made foreman; Mr. and Mrs . Bruno Kazel of Great. Neck and Mrs . Anthony Novotka of Garden City spent ths; week-end with their paren ts , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kazel. Mr. and M TS . Graf of Brooklyn spent the weelt-end at their summer home in Germ an Gardens. Mr,, and Mrs. John Kansricldle and family of Ridgewood were at their summer homo on Crescent street over tlio week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Sauanweber of New York spent the we-ok-end at . their bungalow in German Gardens. A party was held yesterday in celebration of the first birthday of \Bunny \ Grupe , at the home of his parents , Mr. and Mrs . Fred Grupe of Crescent street. Those present w ere Mrs. F. Walker , Mrs, I. Eeh- rens , Mrs. B. Nelson , Mrs. M. Rankin , Hilda Walker , Freddy Grupe , John Walker and Irmgard Grupe. The infant received many beautiful gifts . Mr. and Mrs. Mock and family ¦ of New York , spent tli e week-end at their home iri German Gardens. The Ladies ' guild of St. Andrcvy ' s Episcopal church will meet tomor- row at. the home of Mrs. John E, Davis , Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Callback of Brooklyn were at their 1 bungalow in 'Gennwi Gardens over : the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. 'August Goettel of tlie Lafceview . inn are spending the week with relatives in Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs , E. Reith or Brook- lyn spent tho , week-end at their sum- mer ' home in German Gardens. ¦ - The Home and School association ; wet last nigh t at tho school , Felix: Glover was the week-W guest ' .of Mr. and Mrs. John Glover of East Moriches. . * ;¦ ¦ Mr. and Mi-s. J. Belm of Brooklyn »pont the-week-end at their bunga- low in' German Gardens ' , , \ ' :• Mr. and Mrs, Gaulkors and son ot New Y ork were at their bungalow in German Gardens over the : week-end. > Mr. ; iind Mrs. Gustavo* Nouss , Jr.; and family were gruosts Sunday of JMrv arul , ;Mrs. L, F,. Deuizinann . of Smithtown, ' : - ' ¦ ' - : ,) . -, Wi - a \^ . '$ I9 \ \ W ' Bw» »i<»nw , and' - ;daughtor , of/Bfook)yn spent the vveok- ' mmt vthoiv ,s|imnioj? lioino ; in Gorniaiv; iCtirdem^-Vit . v V y/v: ;-!' v: ; ; L- . .ii ' L , vv;:vj! v ,: ^¦ ¦^WsWjr-W^iBr^

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