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The Mid-Island Mail ESTABLISHED 1935 MSDF0BD STATION, L. I., NEW YORK Published every Wednesday afternoon by the PATCHOGUE ARGUS CORPORATION at 11-15 North Ocean Avenue , Patchogue , Long Island , New York -OHNT.TUTHILL . JR FRANKP. JOHNSON President and Publisher Secretary and Editor (On Leave in the MARY CAMPION \United Stares Navy) Advertising: Manager ¦¦¦ SUBSCRIPTION RATES $1 .50 a year anywhere in the United States , payable in advance. 5c a single copy. ADVERTISING RATES Display advertising rates on application for Tate card. Legal advertising at legal rates . Front pa;je rending notices 15c a line , inside run of paper position. 10c a line. Cards of thanks 50c. Birth , mar- riage and death notices free. A charge ' is always made for advertising reading notices of a money-making affair for-churches, clubs and other o rganizations. National Advertising Representative AMERICAN PRESS ASSOCIATION 225 West 39th Street , New York City Entered as second-class matter Novem- ber 4 , 1935 , at the postoflice at Medford Station , New York , under the Act of March 3 , 1879. The Mid-Island Mail assumes no financial responsibility for typographical errors in advertisements , but , whe n notified promptly will reprint that part of an advertisement in which the typographical erro r occurs . Middle Island Anna Marie Brenner Mrs. William Stewart has been seriously ill for the past few weeks. Robert Yarrington of Patchogue spent a few days recently with Jos- eph Brenner. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Edwards of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their bungalow on Bartlett' s road. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Perry and sons , Arthur Kenneth and Lester , Jr., of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their bungalow on Bartlett' s road. Mrs. J. Hyland and daughter , Mrs . A. Scesney and son Gordon , visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Donouski last Wednesday . Aifrieda , Agnes and . Helen- \Farze- weski . of Harrison , N. J., visited .their cousins , Mr. and Mrs. Frank Donou- ski , Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Silver of Bright- on Beach and Mrs . Muller of Wood- side were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Lymber on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Gates of Wad- ing ' River and Mr. and Mrs. William . Forrest of Rocky Point were guests . of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brenner , Jr., on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bethel and son Walter , Jr., of Brooklyn spent THEIR PLEDGE , OUR PLEDGE \We hold these truths to be self evident , that all men are created equal , that they are endowed , by their Creator , with certain unalienable rights , that among these are- life , liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. That -to secure these rights , govern- ments are instituted among men , de- riving their just powers from the con- sent of the governed For the support of this declaration , with a firm reliance on the protection of Divine Providence , we mutually pledge to each other our lives , our fortunes , and our sacred honor. \ Julv 4 , 1776 WENDELL WILLKIE Every now and then , when the United States faces a crisis that ap- pears to be so serious that the props of our democracy are about to give way, a man looms up, sent to us by the good Lord , and we seem to have the sense to grab him by his coat- tails. Such a man , we believe, is Wendell Willkie. This year the Republican conven- tion groups put forward their best candidates—Dewey, Taft , Vanden- hurg and other capable men. In the case of Dewey, it is our opinion that his campaign was muffed, which caused him to \ miss the boat. \ In the case of Taft we think his good wife was too much in the forefront from the very beginning, which caused her husband to appear colorless. It is our opinion that the peop le of this country are a littlt tired of too much \Missus \ in the White House , espec- ially in these tiir.es. From the very bcgir.T'ir'g th-?re was a groundsv. *s _] for W i: j k i .. brought, about by Mr. John Q. Citi- zen himself and impres -r-ed upon the delegates before thty left for Phila - delphia. When they got to th- . - con- vention and saw the man himself , they melted before his personality like ice on a hot sidewalk. We believe that the nation is ready for a change and that if any man can lead us out of the wilderness and maze of government contradiction , bankruptcy and ill feeling, that man is Wendell Willkie. We believe all of this because our candidate has \horse sense , \ and if ever we needed somebody with that old-fashioned quality, heaven knows we need it now. The New Dealers will beat the toin toms for all they are worth when they once get going and with nothing better to attack Willkie with, they will probably claim that he is \boss- ed by Wall street , \ whatever that means—but wo are convinced , after what happened at Philadelphia , that common sense has come back to America at last and that , regardless of what kind of tripe is put out through the barbershops , Willkie will win handsomely. and that business it- self will be much better , even for the barbers. DECLARATION AGAINST THIRD TERM The Democratic National conven- tion at Chicago faces a crucial deci- sion on the third -term issue. One of the strongest antl third* term declarations in all American history came from tbe Democratic National convention , in the same city of Chicago, in July, 1896. The 189G plank reads : \We declare it to be the unwritten law of this Republic , established by custom and usage of one hundred years , and sanctioned by the exam- ples of the greatest and wisest of those who found and have maintained our government that no man should be eligible for a third term of the Presidential office. \ Centereaeh and _ < _ > Miss Groben has *r ^ .f- ^ a large area to JLmw&SSm a 0 cover — Hel p her by Ct^s •' I CSrov© A group of active Red Cross mem- bers from Centereach met recently at the home of Mrs. Leslie Hough of Selden to sew on cut-out garments for Red Cross distribution. The group includes Mrs. Arthur Murray, Mrs. Alvin Smith , Mrs. Percy Overton , Mrs. Foster Overton and Mrs. E. Sundstrom. The Monday Nite Bridge club met at the home of . D orothy and Louise Ulrich .this week. ¦ The . members of the 4-H Nic-Name club .have made .plans to play tennis this, evening at Duffield' s tennis court in \ Ronkonkoma. The 4-H Hix of Stix club will meet at Margaret Dietrich' s, home this Friday afternoon for an outdoor p icnic and will prepare part of the supper over an outdoor grill. Mrs. Catherine Wilson , widow of the late Christopher Wilson , has left for Baltimore , Md., where she will stay for three weeks at the home of her son , Gilbert BrufF. Theodore Ferro of the Firehouse road was taken last week to the Veterans hospital , where he is ser- iously ill with an infection of the nose. Mr. Ferro underwent an op- eration last year for the same ail- ment , which resulted from injuries received while in the U. S. Navy. Mr. and Mrs. William Enterlin of Brooklyn were guests last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Campbell. A reception was held for Miss Melba Campbell immediately after her graduation from Smithtown High school June 24 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Campbell. She re- ceived many beautiful gifts , includ- ing a gold wrist watch from her father , George Campbell. The guests included : Mr. and Mrs. Percy Over- ton and son , Mr. and Mrs . Foste r Overton and sons , Mr. and Mrs. Al- vin Smith and daughters , Mr. and Mrs . Dorson Hunter and sons , Mrs. Christian Johnson , George Johnson , Miss Frances Johnson and fiance , Dominick Chiuchiolo , Mr. and Mrs. Helmeth Rich and son and Mr. and Mrs. Peter Neger. The Ladies ' Home Missionary so- ciety of the Congregational church met at the home of Mrs. Albert Campbell last Wednesday where they completed plans for the annual fair and church supper which will be held at the parish hall next Wednes- day. The fair will open at 3 p. m. and supper will be served in the hall beginning at 6 p. m. Melba Campbell entertained a group of friends at a \ wienie roast\ in an outdoor grill at her home last Wed- nesday evening. The guests enjoyed games , especially a game of for- feits , when it fell to Shirley Ben- son ' s lot to climb on top of Camp- bell' s garage roof and sing the \Star Spangled Banner. \ The group in- cluded the Misses Dorothy Ulrich , France s Moller , Gertrude Pierce , M arjorie Groben , Dorothy Oles , Jen- nie Manitta , Shirley Benson and Dorothy Ellis , also James McDon- ough , Charles Ulrich , Larry Martin , Raymond Oles , Henry Brauns , Frank Quattlander and Frank Callan. Miss Ruth Surdez of . Magnolia drive visited relatives in Brooklyn the past week. - Frank . Callandra , who has been a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Manitta for several weeks , has returned to his home in Brooklyn. Winners of the $5 and $2.50 awards given by the Juvenile corps were Miss Marie Danibacher and Charles Ulrich . The boys postponed their scheduled dance for last Saturday at the fireball because no dance orches- tra was avail able; No date has been set for the subsequent affair. The Juveniles had planned to use the proceeds of this affair toward s the purchase of uniforms , and as this is impossible , they have decided to pa- rade in white shirts with bow ties and white trousers. Tuesday night they paraded with the firemen at the Sel- den fair. , David Terry of Hawkins avenue has purchased a ten-acre tract from Malcolm George McNeill , Sr., ad- joining the property of John Clary. Road workers , aided by town trucks and a Diesel caterpillar tractor have since cut a wide road through there from Middle Country road to Horse Block road. The Twelfth District Democratic club has adjourned its meetings till September. The Rev. J/Hodges of Lake Grove was the guest speaker at the even- ing services of the Congregational church last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Quattlander ' s Bel- gian police dog, whose leg was brok- en in some linknown accident sev- eral weeks ago , had the splints re- moved -Monday by the veterinarian . Dora Becker of Lake Grove attended a meeting of the Sub-debs club , of which she is president , last Thurs- day evening. Mrs. Frances Doyle of Newark , N. J., dau ghter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Morrissey of Lake Grove , is spend- ing several weeks here with her three children. Frank Quattlander , who was ap- pointed to -the State police , left for Batavia , N. Y., last Sunday. Virginia Darrow of Bayport spent severa l days recently with her aunt , Mrs. Alvin Smith. Mr. and Mrs. F. Gordon of Oak street recently celebrated their twen- tieth wedding anniversary with a turkey supper at their home , at- tended by relatives from the city. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Williams of Lake Gr o ve were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fish of Bellniore. ' Mrs. Fred Markert of Lake Grove - has been ill for the past week. After choir practice at the Con- gregational parish hall Monday, the Christian Fellowship club held a meeting there. -Mrs. Robert Sanchez of Barran- quila , Colombia , arrived here unex- pectedly to spend a brief vacation wiht her children , Gloria and Frank , who were sent to the United States to attend school. At present they are staying with their grandparents , Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sanchez of Hammond road. Herbert Halldck has returned to his home , \The Elms , \ in Lake Grove after several months at the Brentwood sanatorium. Mrs. William Callan spent Mon- day in the city visiting relatives. The local Red Cross committee , Mrs. D avid Foster O verton , chair- man , announces the proceeds collect- ed in the Red Cross drive amounts to $60 in this area. The drive is still open and donations will be ac- cepted by the members of the com- mittee , who are Mrs. Alvin Smith and Mrs. Albert Campbell . /^4Sk ^A T^K r H\£ <t ¦ mm * %llLt + iK-_ a ___ > ' ___ Xj \^^y ~^z^===~^ N JCV lllf Ov 1 ^ fLti^ ^ rtr 11 ^^^^ \*\^ ^ mJ H % (i^^r^m o7ru/^ 1 _% V- ' . ^77 MONEY BACK \ | BOHACK buys onl y the top U. S. Government WO\ H'MHMpBIMr grades of BEEF as established b y the United y __/M j. fo^tj frffl \ \ H States Department of A griculture. M^z!JUSBmmUm J\ iff Tend e r a y m a kes every cu t te nder e r , juicier and Q\r> f * /v \V V 88 mor e delicious than you ever imagjnedheef could be. 4j ^Q tr JL jJLOCS ^ T\ Ipl F ourth of July -—-or any other day—every meal T ENDE RAY J llll will be a p icnic if you insist on genuine Bohack m^ mm mm^ *\mw ^m m m^mv^ _ 1|| De Luxe T pnderay B eef. 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COME IN AND SEE US © The Patchogue Citizens Bank and Trust C ompany Mornber Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Member Federal Reserve System a ___ i _ *|j____jj___ »»^ i n^^^ili^^^l 111 REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST 1 11 • DISTINCTIVE EYEWEAR . • * ¦ ~ I f| 10 SQ . OCEAN AVE. ! PATCHQGII E 1005 ' ' , ' ; , ' - . ; ' . ,; ' - , ' , ' a , ' ; ' , - ' , .! ' . . ' . . . • ' ¦ ' ' ' , - ' ' -a . - ' . ¦ , . ' . 7-'' : ' . a ' ¦ ' ' ¦ . ' • ' '' . ¦ TOWN OF BROOKHAVEN Births- June 19—A son , Charles Henry, to Charles and Helen Derleth Breuer , 176 Central avenue , Patchogue , in Patchogue General hospital. . June 23—A daughter , Beverly Joyce , to James and Julia Bubnis Wake- field , Smithtown Branch , in Mather Memorial hospital , Port Jefferson. June 23—A son , Gordon Marshall , Jr., to Gordon and Mary Studwell Langeneger , Port Jefferson , in Ma- ther hospital. Marriage Licenses— June 24—Boone John Greenlund , Jr ., Wantagh , and Helen Jean Morrow , 1.23 Juyne avenue. Patchogue. Deaths- June 20—Oscar Erickson , 15 , Port JefVerson Station; accidental drown- ing in ML Sinai harbor. June 21 -Alex Larson. GO , River- head , ir. Suffolk County infirmary, Yap hank. June 23 — Mrs. Margaret Theresa Hickey, <)G . Brooklyn; died of in- juries incurred when struck by automobi le at East Moriches. June 24—Miss Eva Blanche Swezey, 48 , 27 Swan River street , Patch- ogue. June 24—Mrs . Claire Josephine Hath- away, 42 , 35 Avery avenue , Pat- chogue. June- 24—Mrs. Josephine Fa ilia , 53 , 2_? Waverly avenue , Patchogue. June 24—Harrison B. Phillips , 42, Southampton , in Suffolk infirmary. .J-u_. . 24—William ' S. Powers , 22 , Koch/ Point; struck by hit-and- run driver at Sound Beach . J -fie 20—Walter Kuzmech , 45 , Cen- ter Moriches. June 20—Adolph Baeck , 81 , Center- each , in Suffolk infirmary . June 27—John Wessel , 79 , Medford , in Suffolk infirmary. June 27—Otto Murder , 73 , Aque- bogue , in Suffolk infirmary. the week-end at their bungalow on- Bartlett' s road. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Faron , bi., and children , Dori s and Alfred , oi Coram were dinner guests ot Mi. ana Mrs. Samuel Faron , Jr., last Sunday. The Women ' s Missionary society will meet at the Presbyterian church next Wednesday. , The Willing Workers had an all- day p icnic at Wildwood ¦ State Park yesterday. , The Goodfellow club met at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Faron , Jr., of Southold last Wednesday eve - ning. Guests were Mr. and Mrs , John Archenbault and daughter Shir- ley of Coram , Mr. and . Mrs. William Eagle of Swezeytown and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Pfeiffer and son Everett , Jr., of Middle , Island. Mr. and Mrs. George Richroath and son Donald of Brooklyn and Mrs. Hilda Richroath of Bellp. ort were sup - per . guests Sunday of Mr. and . Mrs. Fred Brenner , Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Henchel of Port Jefferson were dinner and sup- per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmierer on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knopf of Ozone Park and friends of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their . summer home on Bartlett' s road. Mr. and Mrs. W. Pottenheimer and family of Brooklyn are at their bun- galow on Bartlett' s road for the sum- mer. Mrs. William Dunn and her mother , Mrs. Swyeltirry, are going to Wil- mington, N. C., and will stop at Philadelphia , Pa., on the way. Mrs. Frank Davison and Mr. and Mrs . Fred Slater of Hempstead vis- ited Mr. and Mrs. Leon A. Mott last Sunday. A brush fire was discovered on the Fox farm Sunday afternoon. Louis Kempel notified Fire Warden Jason Randall , who rounded a force of men and got the fire under control. Mrs. Tobin and two children are staying at the Pinewoods Camp home for the summer. The . organization meeting of the Ridge Civic association will be held a the Ridge school on Saturday at 8 p. m. L. H. Chambers of Honeymoon lane is training Lester H. Davis ' pacer \Alma-cash. \ Mr. and Mrs. Howard Boyle of St. Albans visited Mr. and Mrs. Vito Triola recently. L. Reitano has purchased four acres of land on JRaynor road. Michael Arbore, former owner of t'h c Risley farm , visited friends here recently. Mr. and Mrs. M. DeSauton of Pat- chogue were recent visitors here. Dr. Chambers of Honeymoon lane , Mr. and Mra. William Gehering of Patchogue , Miss Ruth Beck of Elm- hurst. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmierer and daughter Mildred and Mrs. Fred Brenner , Sr., were re c en t dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hen- schel of Port Jefferson. • _ ¦ - ¦ Mr and Mrs. John Leu ' ce of Brook- lyn are spending two months at the\ Maranda bungalow on Swezeytown road. . ' Mr. and ' Mrs. Peter Prankowitch , l -t\ i a-- - • ' ¦Mr. and Mrs. Robert Prankowitch , Frank and Mitchel Prankowitch of Brooklyn will spend the holiday at theirr new home on Swezeytown road. ___—kA ._-__ .. _. _. AA A— , A, A A A ——._ .-. _ — ,_ A y \ J

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