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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, June 26, 1940, Image 9

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C^nteFe-B^li and ILake Miss Groben has a large area to cover — Hel p her by . phoning ¦Bonk; .8458 The Rev. Charle s Purman , accom- panied by his niece , Miss AM. Furman . of . Brooklyn , has , gone on a motor trip to -Haverill and-Weymouth , Mass., to visit relatives. - Mr. Purman will return the latter -part of this -week. - A; .meeting ' of the Missionary so- ciety of the ^Congregational church will \be- -held- today at\ 2- p. m. at the home/of • Mrs . Alb ert- Campbell. Prayer meeting -wil l he-held- at the home of Milttfn Furman of Lake Grove thi s dyeriing- at : 8 _ >.. m. • . ' ;.. The Monday iNight Bridge club omit- ted its ' . - .. meeting this week because several of .th , e . ^¦members-attended grad- uation exercises. , ' . ' . - \4 1 . ' ;- i . . -The , Knitting club-held .its last meeting > of the season last Thursday at the home of Mrs. A. Guelfi , Meet- ings ywill 'be - .re sumed in September. . ¦ .. . Charles- : TuttIe - of I'lushins visited Charles- Ulrich over the week-end; - The i-H. Hix of, Stix club met at Jackie ^ Benson ' s \ home last Friday. After , a - sh ort\business meeting the members enjoyed a . game of s oft- ball. The 4;H.Nic Name club post- poned its meeting last week and will meet- today at Prances Holler ' s home. ' Mr. and Mrs- R. Newbold and fam- ily of Southold were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Williams pf Lake Grove 'Sunday; ¦ .:- - . - ' /. - ¦: :- . ':: ; . - ,. . iMr.i aiid Mrs- P. \ Walsh , visited Mr, and : Mrs. ' William ' Walrh . of Smith - town Branch ibri - Sunday . , ; . . . ' Mr ,i and Mrs. Wallace Anderson of Lake . . .Grove accompanied Miss ' Mar- gie Mori'issey. , to • Brooklyn Sunday where Miss Morrissey is visiting rel - atives , forYtwp : weeks. *9 n her return Miss Morrissey iWill;, begin , her posi- tion as head . clerk with the new Fanny Farmer candy . shop which , will bpein in ' . ' .Bay Y Shqre. 'i \ .;¦ ¦ ii '\ ; \' i ' /, Mrs. M.;. Preston and Mrs. R. New- bold; of iSouth o ld visited .their par- ents , •Mr.yand . 'Mrs^ Harvey Williams , la ' st . Wednesday- - ; ¦ ' ; \ ; \ - - Y ' ; ' ¦ : Week-en d guests of , 'Mr. and Mrs, William Groben. ; were Mr. , . and - Mrs. Paid . Botseh- ' and ison of;Hempstead. Music i . lessons will- - be continued throughout wacatioh: tihie;at ^he- Cen- tereach school; Beh . Tabatchnikv in- structor/ -win ibe iat the School each Thursday. - 1 Anyone .interested' n.ay ap . R-y there . between \ 9 a. . - inc and 1 p. fi. '\ . '• • ' • ' \ - . , - ' Y y ¦ ' , ' - ' . '\ :¦ ¦ \ ' ' \ ¦ ¦; \ . \ ' . \ Mr. ; andyMrs. . • Albert \ Schoterman , accompanied ^y_;iMr. , an \d : Mrs; John Schpterma-iryq^ ;JN:6rth)pi ' 6t , tyi' were . din- ner guea^sYla^t- Sunday \ of- Mr. and Mrs.y. M. ' C$rbta \ i; of: , '' R.boseve ' 2t. - - \ .: Mr. a;nd MrsYG{e6rge; (a **YSmith cele- .brated:-- . their;, 'fo- iirth. . .Wedding anrii u yersary ila^t , i Th rajday , . with.: a tri p ito rthie \ city/ . where ' 'they .visited the Wbrld'i.F^Y' ;:- '\ ' . 1 ' \\ : Y : ~ . A. YBerhai'd' . Williams , member of . the locAl- School- facultyy. has left , ' for his • home in' ,. Rus8eU,yN;; :Y.; Wtiere he will * spend .his .va.6ati' o>n ; • ' - . . . . . . ,; . - '' . ' . - . ;• • v ' yRo .bert ^. -Bii . iHarkne^ egmpqsery Of ;re . li\ g , ious ; \ >rmi|3iC; iywilt givei ' a recital at. -the Congregational church next Sunday. iNext Monday Mr. Hark- ' ness- Will\ , give; ay recital at the . Port Jefferson -Methodist-church at 8 p. m. . Jjfexjb Wednesday -at 8;p; m., he will i be ' , at the .Central Presbyterian ' church , Huntington- , ; and . Friday, July 5 , at the . Patchogue :. ¦ Baptist church at 8 .p. ' ..j«. Mr . Harkness will feature a . - ¦•ei'itai , of the - Crucifixion in music;. ohiJY bit -his . most \ ijnpfessive • works. Mv . . ¦ ¦ Harkness . -has : just arrived froni . Ca)iforn 'ia/ in liis; 1 .world-wide tour ' of churches/.; All. are invited to attend. ; ' Th\ _ Seidenswartz Bui company will take on a. .picnic; to Wildwood State paili - all children who , are trans- ported tort their sch o ol buses. This will in chide children of Lake Grove and- Ronkonkoma. The p icnic will, be hel d today \ , Wjeath 6r piarmitting' , Wilijiani \Underwood , nephew of Mr. - ' arid-iMi' i-.: iUrid o rwood of Lake Gj ; 'dve , was married last ; Sunday to Miss Jennie Terrill of Kings Park. The ' weddin g 1 took -place iti : the M eth- odist' church . there followed by a re- e ' eptip-y for .lOOygujeats at . the homo of the bx-idei' s parents in Kings Park. Dora and irhebdoro' Bbcko ' r , twins* , and .Marjoiue Cl.ffcof Lake . Grove were gradated -from • Say-ville High . school yesterday, ' . ¦ -y- - ;., . ; : ; „ •• . - . , - .. ¦ ¦* ; • Victor - Ryborg . * of ,; Manhattan , is vigiliity his sMer , YMrg ' . Foster Ovor- tpiiiyof Lake Crove. ' . , ' ' , .-C<pttfcM'eaqh V students • who we v e graduated Y-fyonvy Siviitlvtowh i'i ' .High seliool Monday nigh\ include , Shirley Benson , Mej lm Campbell , Henry Braun a , Charles Hajok and William Callan. 'Th o Rov. M* r. Dddd of'Smith - town - jgavo tha MnvoiiaUon and lp. Ojiarles A, Tou sior , principal of Grov- er Glev$knd r HighVs«hc>ol\ , Manhattan , wa? ,^wt>8t - speaker , - , s ;- .. 1 ii^. ^nV. . (' • ¦ The C. O. D. S. club will meet this Friday at the home of Mrs. Darrow of Bayport. , Mrs, Richard Smith arrived home from Mather Memorial hospita l last Saturday -with her infant son. There will be ' no meeting of the Christian Fellowship society this week because of the graduation exer- cises held in the . different schools attended by the members. - Next Wednesday the Hix of Stix 4-H club will go to the World' s Fair , accompanied by Miss D, Me ' rkel and Mrs. J. Pearl. ' Mrs. Lida B. Smith 'has returned fro m a visit at the home of her daughter , - Mrs. J. Crotty of Brooklyn , i Mr. : and.Mrs. g. Parent! spent the week-end at their home here. Mrs. Parent has been ill. At a special meeting; of the Juven- ile Fife , Drum ' and Bugl e corps Mon- day night final arrangements were completed for the dance the corps will hold Saturday night at the fire- hall ,; the proceeds to be used for uni- forms. \ Achilles Prpios is chairman of; the danc e committee , Plans were discussed as to the possibility of organizing* an orch es tra- among the talented boys. . - A -very. h.appy_ family reunion was held at the home of. Mr. and Mrs , Harry Duffield last Sunday when Mrs. Duffield' s • brother , Edmund : Parker , visited Long Island for the first time in 2 . 5 years. Mr. Parker was accom- panied by Mrs. Parker , Mr. and Mrs. Charles Parker , Miss Emily Parker , Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powers , Mrs. Lil- lian J. Tallendy and Edward Snia- decki , all of Bridgeport and Stanford , Conn. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Thomas , Daniel Thomas , Florence and Alton Duffiel d and Raymond Shaw were also present. , A group from Centereach visited the World' s Fair last Saturday, in- cluding Alton Duffield , H. Rich and son Helmuth , Joihn Morbeck , Edward Rogienski , William and Calvin Bly- denburgh , Henry Steinman , Wilbur Clements , Marion Smith and Pat- ricia Robeson. . . e/- „ Mrs. Clara Duffield of ^|; .klyn visited her sons and their families here over the week-end. Mrs. Duf- field also attended the Hawkins fam- ily reunion held in Stony Brook Sat- urday. The Clarence Thomas softball team will play, the Kn otty Pine team this evening at the fair grounds. On Fri- day they will play the Holtsville san- atorium team at the White Horse inn . The Clarence Thomas team to date has played three games , winning two. - MR. AND MRS. KOSCHARA , SR. HAVE 49TH ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. William Koschara , Sr., celebrated their forty-ninth wed- ding anniversary at their home in Coram on Thursday, June 20 , and entertained Mr. and Mrs. Karl Er- hardt and children and Miss Lena Koschara of Patchogue , Mr. and Mrs . Henry Morris and children of Blue Point , Mr. and Mrs. George Eag le and son George of Jamaica , Mr. and Mrs. Prank Lyons and sons , Mr. and Mrs, William Koschara , Jr., and sons ,, Mr, and Mrs. Fred Henson , Mr. and Mrs . Christian Koschara .an d son s , Mr. and Mrs. Diedrick Koschara and the Rev. Eugen e Gray. Besides a large wedding cake the guests also enjoyed a large ice cream weddin g cake. Keep advertising and let advertis- ing keep you. County Board S ets Hearing On Blue Pt. Cemetery Plan A public hearing on the proposal to change the c orporate ownership of the Blue Point Methodist cemetery, which covers a tract of one and a half acres on Blue Point avenue , Blue Point , will be held by the Suffolk Board of Supervisors at Riverhead at 2 p. ns., August 26. The hearing]date was set by the county board Mon- day after Supervisor Edgar A. Sharp reported that the application has the approval of the Brookhaven Town board . Under the proposed change in corporate ownership, there would be formed a Blue Point Cemetery as- sociation , comprising the surviving trustees of the existing cemetery and one or two additional individuals. IF ITl JD4^_^TEHDERiiy IT ' S GUARAN TEED MNm ^o^^^ ^ ^ - ¦ • ¦ ; \' . ' ! . • ¦ \ ' ' ^^ ^ ^^^0- ? I ONLY the finest grades of beef are chosen for ¦ _ - *— - ^— rr - Y ^ rj ^1^ *) *^ i * _ c d. 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