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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, August 14, 1940, Image 8

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Children Busy on. Projects Weekly Cenacle Classes The total attendance at the Cenacle catechism classes reached the highest peak so far this year when \75 girls , 74 boys and 37 mothers attended - on Monday. There has been keen rivalry between the boys -and, girls, who have been working for good attendance. ¦There , have -been six classes at the Cenacle , with the attendance score a tie of three. After refreshments were served ,, the Rey . John Sogers officiated at benediction at the grotto. Dick Bennett of Ronkonko-ma won the special prize this week . The children are busily engaged in project work , drawing and printing relig ious sub- jects. The Rev. . John O'Mahoaey an- nounced that first holy communion will be held at St. * Josep h' s R. C. church on Sunday, September 15. at the 8:15 a. na. mass. MM«H© Island Anna Marie Brenner A surprise party was given . 'Mrs . Everett - Pfeiffer by Mrs. Anthony Nowaski last Friday evening. Other guests 'were Mr. and . -iMrs. Watzel Zebroski , Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ka- manski , Mr. Pfeiffer eind Mr. No- waski. . ¦ * Mr. and Mrs. Walker Hollings- ¦wor.th . - ivisited her parents , .Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Randall , on Saturday. ' ¦ \Mr. and . Mrs. James , Small of/ St. James were dinner: guests Sunday -of Mr. and Mrs. \Wat z el Zebroski. ' : - .Mrs. Percy Still/ spent; the week- end in New York . vMrs. Edith Hallock of vPatchogue is spendin g the week with' 'Mrs. * ' Ed- ward Pfeiffer. A party was giv en Henry Rich- roath in honor of his tenth birthday Sunday, those present being John Siwpkin ,. -Shelly Ivey, Jean , Anna- belle , Dorothy and Robert Brown , Richard ' Armstrong, ' Mrs. Milda Rieh- roath of Bellport , Henry Richroath of Brooklyn and Mrs. Anna Viertel who is 92 years old. Anna Marie and Joseph Brenner returned home Monday, after spend- ing a week with 'Mr. and Mrs. George Kies and family : of - Middle Village. ' Richard Armstrong spent the week with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brenner , Sr „ and family. • Mr. and Mrs. Otto Rottenbogher of Brooklyn spent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Knopf of Bart- lett' s road. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tunell and sons , Glemmon and Robert , Jr., of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their summer home of : Barttett' s road. Mr. and Mrs. Georg e . Kies and son , George , Jr., of Middle Village were dinner and . supper guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brenner , Sr., on Monday. ' ¦ . ^ ' . Miss Marjorie Karle of Brooklyn is spending a week with- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmierer. Mr, and' - Mrs. Pfeiffer of Brooklyn are spending the rest of the summer at-their home on Swezeytown road* Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson and frieiids of Brooklyn spen t the week- end with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Busing. Mrs. Eric Kempel , Jr., is spending a vacation with her daughters , Vir- ginia and Lucille Kempel , at their grandmother ' s .home on Woodlot road, the Ridge. The Fox farm is' bein g turned into a shrub nurs ery. ' _ . Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Packer and daughters , - Virginia and Mary, have returned to feheir** home in Brooklyn after spending part of the summer at their hom e on Woodlot road* . John Smith , has returned , to '; his home in Lynbrook, after spending a week' s vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kempel of \Woodlot road. ¦ Miss June Browning recently spent a few days with Miss Anna Marie Brenner , after which Miss Brenner spent some time at the Browning home in Port Jefferson. Mrs. Richard M. Bayles is recover- ing slowly after her operations in Dr.. : Keller ' s hospital , Westhampton. Joseph B. Schmierer is driving a new car. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Kamanski mo- tored to Bridgehampton Mond ay eve- ning to visit' Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kam anski. Miss Myrtle Ruland motored to Orient Point Sunday. E' mil Langle had friends from Ari- zona call on \ him Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cotez and family of Brooklyn spent, the week-end at their summer home in Wellington Farms. Mrs. Nonna ¦ Kosch and friends of Brooklyn spent the week-end at her summer home in Pints Wo ods camp. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schmierer and daughter Mildred motored to Brooklyn Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. William Karle. Many of the \All Star Boys \ spent the .week at. a bungalow on Bartlett' s road. Mr., and Mrs . R. M. Fisher -of New York spent the week-end at their bungalow in Wellington . . Farms. Eva Omar , Dorothy Lymbev , Jer- ome Delli Bovi and Calvin Erland will attend Port Jefferson High school next term. Mr. and Mrs. John Kamanski were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs . Frank Butera of Port Jeffe rson on Satur- day. Miss Lorraine Eve motored to Washington , D. C , for two weeks to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. James Mollison of Ithaca are visiting h«r parents , Mr. and Mrs. William Zebroski. B. M. ' Still Miss Violet Van Horn and Miss Ann Socuck of Bayp ort are touring tha New England states for ten days. Mr. and Mrs. Baxter of Vermont have come here to make thei r home with 1 Mrs. Baxter ' s sister , Mrs. Eliz- abeth Randall :of the Ridge. Mrs. Bert Lane of the Ridg- -e spent a few days visiting friends in ' ' New York recently. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strong of Pat- chogue visited Mrs. Bertha Still , on Sunday . Mrs. Ella Prigge and Mrs. Clarke enjoyed a picnic at Wild wood SJtato park with friends on Sunday, Al Fackner of New York is ,spend- ing a few days at his bungalow on the Nort h road. Mr. and Mrs. ^Villiarn Zebroski , Mr. and Mrs. Mojlison of Ithaca , \Mr. and Mra. Watzel Zebroski and son, bonny Zebroski of , Ridgewood and Edward Zebroski enjoyed a picnic at Quogue on Sunday, i Mrs. Elk Prigge and Mrs . Percy Still spent Friday. a*aid Satin-day in Belloroso. ' Mr. and Mrs. Belmont Moot and daughter Virginia of Port\ Jefferson, ¦who have, ju st retii hiod from Roches- ter , visited Mrs. Bertha*Still recent- George Proaser is building a now ho-iute on his property on Yaphanlc sisters be ™™&e* b y 'Wei\ Centere-f&ela and ®fwe Miss Groben has a large area to cover — Help her by phonin g . - ¦ . . Ronk . 8458 Tomorrow is the' feast of the As- sumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and is a holy day of obligation. The day will be observed with special masses at 6:30 , 7 :30 , 8 :30 and 9:30 a. m. at St. Joseph' s R. C. church , Ronkonkoma. The Ladies ' auxiliary of the Center- each fire department will hold a spe- cial meeting at the fireball tomorrow evening to complete = plans for the \firemen ' s fair next week. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Schneider <of Hawkins avenue entertained last Sunday at their home the members «of the board of directors of the Glen- ¦dale Taxpayers association and their \families. Mr. Schneider is -the first ¦vice-president , Chairman of the board and chairman of taxes and assess- ments of that organization . Marion Smith , daughter of .Mr. and- Mrs. ¦ Alvin Smith , spent several days in Bayport with Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Darrow. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Becker of the Bronx were week-end guests at the home of Mr. and :Mrs. Emil Beck- er of Lake Grove. Mr. and Mrs. W. Tillson and George Tillson of Roosevelt were . Sunday guests of Mr. and \ Mrs. Harvey Wil- liams of Lake Grove. Mrs. Alvin Smith' s birthday was the . occasion of an outdoor supper at her: home last Saturday. Guests i-n- •cluded Mr. and Mrs . Hiram Darrow and - daughter Virginia of Bayport , Mr. and Mrs. Foster Overton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Percy Overton and: son Theodore , Mr. and .Mrs. Ar- thur Murray and children , Naneen and Arthur , Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Campbell and Mrs. Olin Wilsey of Blue Point. Mrs. George William s and children and Mrs. Fred Markert of Lake Grove motored to Southold . last.Wed- nesday and visited Mrs. Markert' s . sis- ters , Mrs. Ray Dickerson and Mrs. Robert Newbold. Charle s Ulrich , : Jr., James McDon- ough , \ Billy Tordick , Charles Tuttle and- Robert Halleran left Sunday for a two-week camping tri p to New- found lake , New Hampshire. Everett Gould of Lake Grove has returned home after two week s at the- Southside hospital. Mr/ Gould is showing some improvement. The 4-H Nic -Name club will; go on a crabbing trip today to Oakdale , ac- companied by Miss • Dorothy Ulrich , leader. Mrs. John Pearl visite d Mr. and Mrs. Dolphus Luce of Blue Point ast week. Patty Luce has ' next to ;he last cast on her spine and ig showing much improvement. In Sep- ember she will return to. the hos- lital and a steel brace will replace he. present cast. Mrs. G; Peitler is visiting friends n New Jersey. The Sunday-school picnic of the Congregational ' church is being held t Long Beach today. ¦John Pearl and Roger Teemley ¦ill return froin upstate this Friday. A miscellaneou s shower for Mrs. .iehard Hague , the former Ruth mith , at her home in Say ville was ttended. hy the Misses Dorothy and ouise Ulrich , Miss Victoria Fish- bugh , Mrs. M. Olsen and Mrs. Fos- ( >r Overton . [ The Monday Nigh t Bridge club met m the home of Mrs. , M. Olsen this leek. ' Mrs. Bobert Allgaier arrived home (om the Mather hospital last Fri- fy. Mrs. Allgaier is recuperating ^ the home of her parents , Mr. and rs. Carl Moller. Weelc-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. 'mothy Morrissey of Lake Grove ire Mr. and Mrs. Herman Andrews j Cand or , N. Y., the home town of a Morrissey family. The Andrews were accompanied by their son , and nephew , who enlisted in the Army : and are stationed at Mitch el field. ; Also staying over. . the week-end were * .Mr. and Mrs. Walter Morrissey and chil- dren , Walter and Willa of ' \ South Glastonbury, Conn. ; former resident s of Centereach , Mr. Morrissey is con- nected with the Savin Construction company in Hartford. On Sunday the guests were joined by Mr. and Mrs. John Morrissey and son : Jos- eph of Trvington , N. J. Mr. Morrissey, former manager of Swezey and New- ins shoe department in Patchogue , is now managing a shoe store in New- ark ; also vMr. ¦ - . and •:Mrs. :Wellington Williams and - sons , Paul and * Goles , Mr. and Mrs. i : Wallace 'Anderson and sons , ' Floyd : ,a*nd Peter , - and i i Joan , Richard and Timothy-Doyle ofTrying- ton. . The occasion • was -the 'celebra- tion of three, birthdays: in the: family, Timothy Morrissey and his grandsonsi . Walter and Joseph Morrissey, being guests of honor , , also a - houserwarm- ing party, as Mr. and Mrs. Morris- sey have .just moved: into their chouse , which is the former Stevenson home , \Bide-a-Wee. \ The s oftball game betwe en the: Cen - tereach East End Bombers and the Holtsville team ended in a tie score last - Sunday. The local team will play the Loper Brothers team of Port Jefferson tomorrow evening at the White Horse grounds. Mrs. William Davern of Floral Park and Miss P. Haug of Hunting- ton visited . Mrs: Davern ' s mother , Mrs. F. Blydenburgh , last Friday, and Mrs. Frank Paeourek • of Selden. Frank Blydenburgh , son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blydenburgh , of Colem an road; has; successfully passed the examination for enlistment in the U. S. V-Marines for four years and is now stationed; at Paris Island , S. C. George Fox , * son . .of - Mr. , and Mrs. Frank Fox of Coleman road , expects to leave this week for enlistment in the U. S. Marines at Paris Island also. He had planned to leave sooner , but was delayed because of a minor ear .operation. The Juvenile Drum and B ugle corp s was awarded a ' $3 cash prize at Kings Park Hast week for second-best. . The Centereach firemen donated $15 to the Juveniles for their uniform fund for next year. They are also giving the boys the penny-pitching conces- sion at the fair next week and all proceeds will go into 'the Juvenile fund. Monday nigh t at a -meeting of the Jiiveniles at the fireball , Henry Steinnian resigned -as¦¦ -financial sec- retary and Billy Neuss- was selected. The boys will also assist the firemen at the fair August 21-24 wherever necessary. Sunday nigh t supper guests of iMr. and Mrs. ' . Albert . Campbell were - iMr. and Mrs. P: Overton and son Theo- dore : and Mr. and Mrs. Foster Over- ton. A recent family gathering at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wil- liams of Lake Grove included Mr. and Mrs. F. Markert and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Williams and family and Mr. and;Mrs Ray Dickerson of South- old. Mrs. Lida B. Smith visited Mrs. Peterson of Port Jefferson over the week-end. The beach picnic planned by the 4-H Hub Bub club last Wednesday has been postponed indefinitely. Mr. and Mrs. Miller and Miss Alice Smith spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and ;Mrs. Harry Duffield. Albert Rogers and Miss Alice Rog- ers were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Oliver of Sayville last week. Mr. and Mrs. Christy Pabst .of Spring Valley spent the week-end with Mr. and . Mrs. Leslie Dufiield. Mrs. M. Pabst will spend some time visiting here. Guests last Monday ' at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Duffield were Mrs. Edmund Parkes , Miss Emily Parkes , Mrs. Helen Powers , Mrs. Arthur Torth , and son Arthur , Jr., and Edmund Parkes , Jr., all of Bridgeport and Stratford , Conn. The Centereach Fire department is ¦busy : making final , arrangements for its seventh annual fair which will be be held from August 21 to 24. . Next Wednesday a special feature 'will be the jitterbug contest , on Thursday the -iiremens ' parade , on Friday a beauty contest and Saturday a pop - ul arity contest-'Will be held. In ad- dition a ground prize will he given away . nightly. Our Fav orite band will supply •* ,music for dancing each night. An ' acr e iof land .in Centereach will also be awarded. Through the efforts of the Central Brookhaven Taxpayers association and the Centereach fire commissioners a large tree which had . been blocking the entrance to Emery lane at Middle Country road has been removed. A committee representing both bodies and headed by Frank Martinek , chair- man , called on Supervisor Edgar S: arp and exp lained the dangerous situation and Mr. Sharp personally inspected the road. Sixty families use this road to reach their homes. Mrs. Frank Martinek of Center- each sustained a fractured elbow last Sunday when she fel l from a bicycle. Six firemen of the Centereach de- partment went to the city last week to purchase prizes for their fair. The group included Francis Moen , chair- man , D. Foster Overton , Albert Camp- bell , Charles.Benson , Ralph Sappaser- qua and Chief Arthur Dhuy. The board of fire commissioners of the Centereach fire district will hold a special meeting next Monday to pass on the 1941 budget , which will be put before the taxpayers at a meeting Monday evening, September 9 , at the firehai' .. Mr. : and Mrs. P. De Salvo and family are staying at their home on Middle Country road. Miss Dolores Simmons of Spring- field is spending her vacation at the home of her uncle and aunt , Mr. and Mrs. Frank ' Martinek . The Gentreacli Softball , club played Holbrook Sunday and won 6—5. Mr. and Mrs. Al Schoterman and children , Albert and Sissie, Mr. and Mrs. John Schoterman of Northport and Mr. and -Mrs. William Groben and I children , Peter , Paul , Williahi and Marjorie , enjoyed a beach party last Wednesday at ' Westhampton beach . Last ' Tuesday Albei-t Rogers , aud Miss Alice Rogers • • visited ¦ Mr. ¦ and Mrs. George Iuteman of Middle Is- land . , The Centereach Democratic club , which, met at tlie firehall last Friday, is planning a card party for Friday, August 30 , at the ' .firehall. Mrs. Mary A. Gordon ia chairman, assisted by Mrs. Teas CallJin , ,Mrs. Maude 1 Poster and Mrs. Anna ' Herron. 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