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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, June 19, 1940, Image 7

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I William J. E. Adarnec , J r. 8 I FUNERA^ HpME i ^ MODERN CHAPEL ¦ ¦ G':,: ¦ , ¦ ¦ r ITHagpi^fl Ohwge . !Y HOM E IP DESIRED , t :> . Phono Sayville 660 ,( Locust Ave, Bohemia, L. I. \ mmm»tmmMiB'mmmHtim *mmrmimrMamumm *tMMtSlimi Marie Mooney 3h& Amicus club will , riieet tomor- row a,t-the.home of Mr. and Mrs. J , Parkins of Nesconset. ': Last . . evening M,rg , . V Clarence : Dare entertained at dinner at . her West Meadow, . beach : bungalow , Mr. : and Mrs . S. Girardet * Bunny Girardet; PhiliiD;. Girardet , Mr>, and Mrs. L. Gir- ardet and Mr. and Mrs. George Pear- sall The Octet Brid ge , club , which met last\ Thursday at the home of Mrs , Anton Pedisich ,. . hsid the followin g high scorers : Mrs. Erma- Pfeiffer , Mrs. . Helen Halik and Mrs. Josie Pedisich. Mrs . Pfeiffer was last eve- ning ' s hostess , the , party . being held aheacl of time, , because ' of: the Lake Rpnlconkoma. \' school .graduation \ - to- morrow evening. Y Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monninger , Jr .^ oE Jamaica r a.n4,Mrs . \ :Henry Mon- ninger , Sr., qf iNew Y.orlc; were week- end ; guests , of . Miv-and- Mrs. Fred Smith , Sr. - . Mrs. . Monninger , ; Si. , will spend several vyeelcs . ' . with Mr. and Mrs. Smith . . Mr. and: Mrsi Harry Bartik spent the week-en d . with ' Mrs ' . Bartikfs ' . par- ents , Mr. . ' and-Mrs. Sticlcel of Brook- lyn. . Sunday Mr. Stiekel and - Mr. Bartik; atte , ndlpd the ballgaine at the pqlp ^, grounds. Miss Virginia Pedisich has returned ho , me from Madison ' -college/ Har- risonburg, W. Va., to spend the sum- mer with. her . parents , Mr. and: Mrs. Michael ; Pedisich of Wyant avenuei She . has ; just completed her freshman year. fttr, and , Mrs. Pred^ Smith ,. Jr., and daughter Evelyn spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Fred Smith , Sr,. Lake Terrace , in honor of Father ' s day. The Ladies ' Aid society held a successful meeting last Thursday at the Methodist parish -hall. Mr, and ; Mrs. William Keeler of Brooklyn spent the week-end at the home of , their daughter , Mrs. Prank Dunne- of- Hawkins avenue. The Thursday Bridge club will meet tomorrow evening at the home of Mrs , Walter Novak of. Ronkon- koma avenue. Jlr . and Mrs. John Harris of Masr peth spent Sunday at their bungalow on Church street. Mr. and Mrs. James Mallins and family of Brooklyn spent last Thurs- day at their bungalow on Ninth street. Fresh . ' cut Hoovers , wide variety, ported pJants , roses , shrubs. Reason- able. M rs, Kuoblock , Ocean Avenue , Ronkonkoma. —Adv. Mrs. May Miller of Patchogue . road had hi gli score last week at the meeting of the Wednesday Bridge chub , held at the home of Mrs. Fred KoMnetl) of- Hawkins avenue. Mrs. Miller will be this week' s hostess. Mrs. Pre d Markert and children , Joseph and Joan , spent the week-end im New York , and while there at- tended the wedding of Miss Agues Cussen of the- jj ro zix to Ambrose Becker of Lake Ronkonko ma. Tho bride and bridegroom are on a motor tarip to Maine for two weeks. Miss Doroth y Clift has returned from Madison college , Harrisonburg' , W. Va „ to spend the summer at homo. A , F ather ' s day party was held Sunday, at the . hoipo of Mr- and Mrs. Pqi| l Ifolzapf el of Locust ayenue. Those present included Mr. and Mrs, John Hodl , Mr. and Blrs. Patrick Gal- lagher , Mr. , ami Mrs. ' Fritz - Kraics , all of Ronkonkoma ,. and Mr. and Mrs, Black of Willi aiflsburg. Another Father ' s day party held Sunday, but which came as a surprise to . the men concerned , was held: at the home of Mr. and . Mrs. John Sehep- y entoi; of Cechu' avemie. Those prcsr «nt were: Mr. and . Mrs. .Joseph Mob dashol , \ Mr, and Mrs. John Schep r pentol; Mr, and Mr^. Joseph TAnge l , Mr. ai^d, Mrsi IHichflel Lois, and Mt and , Mrs, Joseph Gipp . . Ajmatour. night , at, Beverly, beach last Saturday was .much , enj oyed by fi ; lftrg'c grouj). Henry Sullivan -was naastpt; of, r ceremonies , and, the prac- winnqrs: were Pre<l Reese, and W. Mc . Grath , as , side., slibw, barkers , first pri?, (3;Y^rusilla.. Sullivan , songs , - acc - ord , , aaic) : John Donnelly, selections on theJiarinqnica, third . Ifj s£j, . .L' o rfitt^- , , :Earle , .anci Mr. and Mrs. J. Donald of Brooklyn were re- e ' ontii.gttests of- Mrs., Mary / Sullivan oil Hay^kaha. ayeiuic. Mr* audi Mrs , Jaalc iKruger tm d Mrs* M. . Styyen . of • Stalen- Island visitecj Mr. and Mrs. A. Awcloi'soh of'Kapplei' court over the week-end. Private/ Jd^s ¦ Donnelly, Jr. , who has been stationed at Fort; IJaftitttj ari. is \ spending a 15-day. furlough in L , akij BonkonkfMiia. . The . Meyer family will oppn . .their bungalow on Hudson aycriue for the season,.; this week-end. Mrs . A. D O I MI of. Mfc, Veijn ' qn . ht.at her brjhgalow on Waltpra - drive for tho summer. ' Charles Wentisch Lloyd Girardet returned to his jship, ' the U. S. S. . St. , Louis , at the Norfolk Navy yard last • Thursday, after spending several day s with his parents. ¦ Mr. ¦; and Mrs. William .Gilsinger ' and- , sons of Elmhurst spent the week- end at their summer home on East Lake Terrace. . ' Mr. : and:Mrs. Sterling Girardet , Jr. , of ' Forest- Hills spent the week-end ' with Mr. Girardetf s parents . on Haw- Ikins- avenue. Mr. and Ifrs. Donald Blauvelt of Tfoooklyn have ' spent the past four 'days at- th ei r bungalow son ; Pond road. ; Newton Girardet , who arrived in San ; Francisco, a short time ago on leave from naval duties > visited his aunt and uncle in Kansas \ City last week . He left Kansas City with Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Girardet last Wednesday for a motor tri p east and arrived : at ; the home of his parents , Mr. and Mrs . S/ CY Girardet , on Fri- day, to. spend the- summer. Werner. Stieble . r of- Porest drive returned recentl y froma. bu siness trip to San Diego , Cal; Mr. Stiebler , who is engaged in aircraft mechanics , ispent some time at the plant of the Consolidated Aircraft corporation. Mrs. Margaret Becker of Forest Hills has opened her summer home on Oak street for the season. Mr. and Mrs . August P. Ruck s and children- , Walter , Norman and Shirley of Queens Village , were guests Sun- day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter- Ripp. The Tuesday Bridge club met yes- terday at the home of Mrs. J. Oliver Powell of Union avenue. Mr. and Mrs. William Filsinger and daughters , Gloria and Evelyn of Doiv Chester road , motored to Richmond Hill Saturday and visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J; Coiro. On their return , they visited Mr. and Mrs. Carl Egenlauf in Hollis. Mr. and Mrs. William Hedler and family of St* Alfcans were entertained Sunday at the home of Mrs. Hedler ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. Herman Offen- hausen of Elm street. Patricia Neger Mr* ' and .. - Mrs. Williafii Weik and daughter Edith and Mrs. Frank Weik[ Sr., all of Ridgevypod are spendin g two weeks at their summer home ori Shannon , boulevar*}. \Drl William Luca of Valley Stream and Jamesport visited - ¦ Mr. and Mrs. JJaniel : Neger , Thursday, Miss Dora s Davi s attended the clos- ing- party last Tuesday nig ht for tbe Girl : Scout. Troop of Bellport. , hel d . at the Bellport High school; ' Mr. and Mrs.YHenry Schulte . and son . Jfeinze of New, Hyde Park vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bohlsen of the Lakeview inn on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs . B. Vanbuskirk of Brooklyn vrere. week-end , guests, of MrYand . Mrs . Wia-lter DeLappe. . Henry Gasell , ' is . sp ending the, week; in. New; \Y^ork; . E . dyvar . d . , ' Engelbach , Sr., of Yalles; Strfeani spent , tha ^ypek-en d .with Mr. ;arid Mrs. Edward , Engelbach . ' . M-r. and, Mrs. Mpts«l and family of Brooklyn : are spending the, summer at their . , home in German Gardens. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Anton Straub recentl y celebrated , their secon<l wedding an- niversary w ith a lawn party , at their honxe on Shannon boulevard , The guestsi vy:ere Mr. and Mrs. John Seger of Astpria , Mr. and . Mrs. Julius Brand and daughters , Elenore and Helen , Mr. and Mrs. Anton Brand , Mr. and Mrs. Otto Lorch and Mr. and Mrs. William Weik and daughter Edith Ma-y, all of Bro oklyn , Mr. and Mrs. George Fisher of . Astoria , Mr. and Mrs. Heyward Shannon and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mapes and sons . George and Prank , Jr., of Yaphank. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Neger enter- tained Sunday evening, Mrs. , Thoma s Alfieri and daughters , Edith and . Fan-- nie , Raymond Tamney and Charles JCitzleid of Maspeth. 'The students of Bell port High school are taking their final exam- inations and Regents this week. School will close tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Carter and daughter Peggy of Hollis spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs . Edward Engelbach. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Neuss of Ridgewood spent the week-end wi th Gustave Neuss , Sr., and Miss Aug- usta Neuss. - Mr. and Mrs. Walter DeLappe en- tertained over the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Devereaux and son Al- fred of Brooklyn. Mr. aji d Mrs . C. Wicks and daugh- ter Marilyn and J. Wicks of New Hyde Park visited Mrs. C. Walters and family on Sunday. Miss Hilda Urban of Richmond Hill visited J[iss Madeline Davi s , Sunday . Mr. and Mrs. Howard Voorhies en- tertained over the week-end Mr. and Mrs. B ' . . B. Sheldon of Brooklyn. Mr, and Mrs. Novicki and Mrs. Milian and sons , Joseph and Walter , all of Brookl yn visited Mrs. W. Wal- ters Sunday. Richard Omanscj i is erecting a chicken rain shelter on his chicken farm on Middle Island road. Mr. and Mrs. John Davis enter- tained last Wednesday, Clarence Philips of Southampton. Mr. and Mrs. George Durkel of Middle Village sp-ent the week-end at their bungalow on Crescent street. Mr. and Mrs. William Meyri of Brooklyn are spending the summer at their home in German Gardens. Mr. and Mrs. John Kansxiddle and family, of Brooklyn spent the week- end - a* thpir bungalow on Crescent street, ¦ Mr. and ; Mrs. L, Weber and daugh- ter of: f the! Bronx were at their sum- mer, lio*i (io-: im Linden Park over the week-end. ' Mr, aa , ci Mu's. C- Miller of College iPoJnj; . vjsl(ed Mr, Miller ' s grandpar- !ents , : Mr. ' an<l Mrs, C. Behnstead , on Sunday. . : Mr. and MCrs. J. Behn of Brooklyn . sp^nt- tke- , week-end at their summer 'h^rm. i.iVf i- Gorman gardens. ( - Mr. ^u<l i M^' J- Wurtz apd dangh - tcr-pf' Bropklyn sp ont , the . vycekrcncl , at tjipiiv b»ng^lo-w in German Gardens, i Mr. £\nd . Mrs. J. )TCo , llett entertained W'dimnoiv Sunday, ' Mrs. C. Menstcll !oi M, e(J^'d. • , Mr. , J^nd, Mrs. Charles. Sch^um, and iMrRi F, \ ' Strier of, .St , AJhans. vished < ty$ t ar»(l' Mrs, , Preiderick Stripr , Sipi r clay. Mr, and Mrs. Schmidt and children ,. George and , Margaret of Brooklyn , are spending, the summer vacation at their home in German Gardens. Franz Middendoref • is now perma- nently, occupying his home in : German Gardens. ' , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Xlirniek and family of , Brooklyn are. spending the summer at their home in German Gardens. Mr. and . Mrs. Howard Voorhies en- tertained at a . bridge party, last W.epk , Mr. and. Mrs. Arthur Wright and Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Sheldon of Broollyp and Mr, and Mrs . F. W. Strong of , Kew Gardens. , Mr. and Mrs. Richard Qmansen en- tertained Mr. and Mrs. H. Hagen of Richmond Hill on Saturday. The - . Young People ' s , club met last Week , , at-th e home of the Misses , Mil- dred and . Stella Kazel. Plan s were discussed . for having several beach parties this summer in place of the weekly meetings. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Gustave , Neuss , Jr., Mrs. , Albert- Taylor , ISLv. and ; Mrs. Jack Klase , Thomas Roger s , John Ho . effner , Wa l ter Kazel , Miss Janet Voorhies , Miss . Adelpbia ' 'Hinkl e y, Henry Scesny, Joseph Scesny. . Pat- rick, Rainiond and Miss Patricia Neirpr. Henry Alfieri and Peter. Carmmati of Maspeth visited Mr. and ; Mrs, Danieb Neger , Saturday . Mr. and Mrs. Edward Engelbach entertaine-d over the week^-end Mr. and Mrs. Irving- Ritter-of Ozon e Park. Mrs. Florence Casell visited her sister in New York over the: week-end. \WallaceStraub of Norristown , N. J,, was: the week-end- guest of Mr. arid Mrs. Walter DeLappe. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Voorhies. en- tertained at dinner Sunday, Miss Viv- ien- Jalhy and S. Sheldon of Brook- lyn. Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson and son of Maspeth spent the week-end at their home on Crescent street. Mr. and Mrs. J.. Bjord of Little Neck visited Mr. and Mrs. G. Behn- stpad on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. Danitz and family of College Point spent the week-end at their \bungalow on Main 'street. The Ladies ' guild of St. Andrew ' s Episcopal church will meet at the home of Mrs. John E. Davis , Jr., today- . Those who especially like ice creams and sherbets mad e in an old fashioned freezer with ice and salt should send for a copy of Cornell bulletin E-3S9 , \Milk and Cheese. \ Singl e copies will be sent free on request from the office of publication , Roberts hail , Ithaca. Boy Scou t Campai gii Progress Reported Progress is being made \ slow but sure \ according to information from Surrogate Judge Richard W. Haw- kins, chairman of the Boy Scout campaign in Suffolk county . Three additional villages have gone \ over the top \ and several others are ex- pected to read, their goals hy the close of this week. Unavoidable com- petition for both workers and money has delayed completion of the Scout canvass , which ia expected to continue for the rest of the month. The board of directors and the district and village campaign man- agers are to hold a barbecue supper and fina nce report meeting at Camp Baiting Hollow next Thursday even - ing at 7 and after the supper the Scout workers will inspect th o. canip- oree of 3Q0 boys who will be at camp at that. time. A. Hoffman s Estate fs A ppraised SI9 , 802 . The late r Adolph H pffipan ,, long - a proinn ' nesn^resident ; of ; Mpdford , lea.ycs an ' , esfcatp aji^rajs 'bd at $:10, 8O2;9EJ groips, iiccordling , to, ittherita , nce ttwc sche4ul9S;L filed ' in , tho , ; Suri-oKftte ' s court , and the , net value is fixed at about <tl7 , 00 , O. ¦ - Th^rc is no tajc . to. pay. ¦In addition to the aboxit J|17 , 0 , qp, net mentione 'd there also is ; insurance of about $2 , 569 , 62 , . . wijh policies, pay r able to ' the widow , 1 Katie, ' Hofjfmari , and to- her is left , tlie entire , esta ' ta , bv the will of testator , filGclitpg-cther with tlie , ta , x . schedulfls. 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