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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, October 23, 1940, Image 4

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saas;;:a: =a:: s :: S5SS--3s- *-*= s=--r r _ - WE FEATURE Socony Watei-white KER OSE NE N0W Hi;ioc ONLY W GAL. , In Lots of 25. Gals, or More For Lamps , Keros«n« Stovoa , Brooders and Range Burnera, . Wo Deliver —. Prompt Service RELIEF TIC KET S ACCEPTED Meyer ' s Garage MED FORD , • ' Phono - * &tchof*uo 2487J2 —-¦,.. - . . — ; „ , ' ,. „ . ¦ _ I Estelle Sehlotman The Holbrook R epublican club will ho^_ its annual card party Saturday at Holbrook hall at 8:30 p. ra., under tne chairmanship of Mrs. Arthur Wehrenberg. William Schlotman and Miss Vir- ginia Pridinore of Hoboken , N. J., vis*: ited the Columbia Broadcasting Com- pany ' s studio Tuesday evening , and saw the ori g inal Professor Quiz and later visited the Gen era l Motors show at the \Waldorf-Astoria. The Douglas Beveridge family of Central Islip spent part of the week at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Norman Munklewits. Mrs. Munklewitz is the mother of Mr. Beveridge. The draft registration total of Hol- brook District 23 , Islip town , 2nd assembly, was 34. Ivlr. and Mrs. Edward A. Kennedy, Jr., and Edward , 3rd , of Jackson Heights and Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Kennedy of Brooklyn spent . Thursday at the home of the Josep h L. McKer- nan family. Peter J. \McKernan is a professor of English at . St. Joh n ' s university, Brooklyn. Mrs. John Ginocehio spent five days at th;e home of Mr- and Mrs. Bussing of Farming-dale recently. Saturday evening several local boys went to the Roller Skating rink at Jamaica. They were Reno Nicol i , Raymond Baldelli , Bob Wehrenberg, Charles Myers , Milton IVIyers , Ed- mund Sawicki , all of Holbrook , and Woodrow Keizelmann and Joseph Sid- ney of Eethpage. Miss Dorothy Demery of Hunting- ton spent Sunday at the home of the Henry Schmidt 'family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bason 'had as their dinner and supper guests Sun- day Mr. and Mrs. Henry Magrane and son Harry of Springfield , L. I. Mr: and Mrs. George Raff and daughter Audre y visited several friends in Brooklyn Saturday and then were dinnier guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis R. Graban in Jamaica. Miss Loretta Riordan , nurse in Hol- brook hosp ital , visited her sister , Miss Alberta Riordan , who is a nurse , at Misericordia hospital , New York , Sat- urday. A son Frank was born to Mr. and; Mrs. Samuel Costanza of Bayport at Holbrook hosp ital last Thursday. Florence Nagle celebrated her fifth birthday Monday. _ Mrs. Alex Schiavoni and friends of Holbrook motored to New York Fri- day, visiting various places of interest. Mr. and Mrs. William \Webbon en- tertained at their home over the week- end , Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Todd of New York , Mr. and Mrs. Warren Webbon of Babylon , Francis Todd and Arthur Pederson of New York. , Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Nagl e and daughter Florence spent Thursday in Jamaica. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kiesel of Glendale spent the week-end at their bungalow on Twit-bark road and Grundy avenue. Mrs. Caspar Girraputo , one of the owners of Holbrook hosp ital , left Thursday to spend one week at the home of her son and daug-hter-in-law , Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Girraputo and family of Brooklyn , and other rela- tives. A son , weighing* seven pounds and 14 ounces , was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Holden Peters of Medford at Mather Memorial hospital at 11 :51 p. m. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Peters are the son and daughter-in-law of Dr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Peters of Holbrook. Mrs. Carl Neustadt was recently bitten a few times by a stray dog. Matthew Nagle returned to his work at Central Islip State hospital Monday , after recovering from an- ap- pendectomy several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Hamlett of Laurel street entertained ' Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hanle and Mr. and Mrs. William Vollher of Lindenhurst over fhe week-end. -Mr. Hanle is a police officer at Lindenhurst. . . Mrs. August Ring spent several days at Doy lestown , Pa., visiting rel- atives and friends. Mrs. Josephine 'Santangelo visited her son and daughter-in-law , Mr. and •Mrs . Dominicl. . Nava and famil y of Brooklyn on Thursday. Monday evening Edmund Sawicki and sev eral fa.lends , >of the Grauman Aircraft factory of Bethpage held a stag party at Riverhead. Mr. arid' Mrs. George Raff had sev- eral friends from New York visit them last Monday evening. A brush fire of uncertain origin on Broadway avenue last Wednesday eve- ning; was discovered by George Raff , who promptly extinguished the blaze . A brush fire last Wednesday morning in the rear of J. L. Schlotman ' s house was ext inguished by the Holbrook Volunteer Fire department. . Sunday afternoon , October 13 , about 30 friends of Mrs. Joseph Ladick of Broadway gave her a grand surprise birthday party . The guests were from Islip, New York , Bay Shore , Flushing, Bohemia , Sayville , Jackson Heights , Westhampton and Riverhead. Edmund Sawicki visited Miss June Vida of Elmhurst on Sunday. The Ladies ' Aid society of the Hol- brook Lutheran church , will attend a lunch e on at the Lutheran church in Islip tomorrow. The bus will leave the church here at noon sharp. A birthday dinner party was held for Harvey Bason of Sayville , at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bason of Holbrook , Friday evening. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bason , Mr. and Mrs. Francis Bason , Mr. and Mrs . Alfred Kliphon and Kenneth Bason , all of Sayville. The Mother ' s club held a successful card party Saturday evening at the school. Mrs. Arnold Kratz was chair- man. The higli scorers were: Bridge; 1638 , Mrs. Fred Smith of Ronkon- koma ; pinochle , 5795 , Mrs. John See- kamp ; bunco , 19 , Edward Galvani. The non-players prize was won by Mrs. William Hermanns. Mrs. Jennie Martueci won a duck , donated by Mrs. Arnold Kratz. The Ladies '' auxiliary of the Com- munity club meets tonight at the hom e of Mrs. Alfred W likens on. Mr. and Mrs. William Hermanns , Mrs. Joseph MottI and Mrs. Anna Moran motored to New York Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Hermanns , on tbeir return trip, visited Mrs. J. K eilar of Ozone Park , mother of Mrs. Hermanns. The Pinochl e club has begtin its games for the season , and will meet at the . home of Mrs. G. Herbst this afternoon. Francisco Andanaccio , who under- went an operation aMIather Memorial hosp ital several weeks ago , is im- proving steadily at his home on Mo- hawk place. Lester Bedell motored to Brooklyn Thursday and visited liis brother and sister-in-law , Mr. and 'Mrs. Sylvester Bedell. \' \ L ' i Mr. and Mr*. Herbert C. Wehren- berg- made a trip jto the Catskill mountains Sunday and on their , re- turn stopped at the World' s Fair. Mr. and Mrs . Fred Moller oi Brook-- Jyn , Miss Anna Voight and brother , George Voigt , of New York and Miss Wilma Wehrenberg ajid Walter Pick-, ett of Brooklyn on Sunday visited Miss Wehrei-berg ' s another , Mrs. Henry Vollbraichtv . irhat- \ day Mr. Pickett celebrated his'birthday, whicli was the following day. The total number compiled in the two clays of registration • in Islip Town , election district 23 of Holbrook , sec- ond assembly , was 426. The enroll- ment for the two days was 44. The Central Suffolk County Girl Scout council will hold a rally for all its troop committee members , leaders and scouts tomorrow in the ballroom of the Patchogue hotel from ' 6 to 8 p. nv. The bus will leave the Hol- brook school at 5:30 p. ni. sharp . All Gii-1 Scouts , with their leaders and committee members , will attend. Marguerite Geigrel celebrated her sixteenth birthday Saturday evening at the Holbrook Democratic club- house. Her guests were Erika DabJ - man , Cecelia Messier , Mary Mohring, Ethel Dah lman , Marie Maggen 'heimer , Henrietta Rig-by, Olga Greenko, Jac- queline S-chiavoni , Marjorie Uckert , all of Holbrook; J. Johnson and Johnny Otto , Sayville; Lawrence Ben- edict , Bohemia; Lawrence Holzapfel , Jr., Walter Novak , Jr., and Christian Anderson , Ronkonkoma; Graham Mc- Kernan , Edwi n IJahlnian of Holbrook and Herman Broeker and Walter Baum of the Bronx. Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Coste en- tertained _Mrs. Coste ' s mother for one week recently. Thomas Francis Hughes , son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Hughes of Grundy avenue , was christened Sun- day afternoon at St. Joseph ' s R. C. church , 'Ronkonkoma , by the Rev. John O'M-ahoney. The baby ' s chris- tening outfit has been in the mother ' s family 42 years , and was used 12 other times. Relatiyes and friends of Holbrook , Central Islip, Brooklyn and New York attended the celebra- tion 1-and/.party after the christening at the Hughes- home. HVIrs . William . White of Floral Park came :i out Sunday morning: to spend the .. . day at her bungalow on Grundy avenue ' . ' -• • ' - ' ' JolpteJ, - Sayles of Brooklyn is en- closing * the , porch of his home on Gface-^street. ' • • Alfi&iS-eiger , scoutmaster , Charles Meyer^** ,, 'assistant scoutmaster . ' and Fred JSit' el , camp director and Boy Scouts 'Eftvid Habich , Howard Miller , Richard. Eitel , Robert Worzel , Edwin SeekcuVip, Peter Greenko , Anthony Bello and John Wehrenberg, Jr ., \ at- tended an overnight district rally and camporee on the MacRobbie estate at North Bellport, from 4 p. m. Friday until 10 a. m. Saturday. Tht^Scouts did many stunts around %1\ Q council fire. Satu rday moraing several scouts gave doin.onstra.ions of scout work and all enjoyed games. The other district^^ -f'epreserited . were Sayville , Patchogue and Bayport. The Boy Scouts will meet at Com- munity hall Friday evening, Herbert C. Wehrenberg is chairman of the troop committee for the Boy Scouts. The wide* variation in sisse and shape' of agricultural products , as compared with fticiioay goods , makes . it hard to put themv in standard paclc- agos-v -v ' vv. ( . . - ..; , ;; ' : ' ¦ . ¦ . ' ,. ¦ ' - ;>. v.y- ,^, , v v v, v For Welfare Job Quick Turnover Effected in Demo. Nomination Smithtowiti Branch Lawyer Says Has Not Time tor Campaign-—Designa- tion: (toes to Eastport Merchant Roland E. LaG-range , Smithtovra Branch attorney, last Wednesday filed his declination of the Democratic nomination for . county commissioner of public welfare , and was replaced the next day by Chester A. . , Pitney, Eastp ort , merchant. Mr, Pitney will oppose Richard T. Gilmartin of East Hampton , Repub- lican candidate. The office is now held by Raymond M. Darling, former deputy welfare commissioner of Hunt- ington town , who was appointed early last week by County Judge L, .Barron Hill for the remaining ten weeks of this year. The necessity of placing: the office of county welfare commissioner on the ballot for November 5 resulted from the recent resignation of Irving Wil- liams , Republican , -who has since been appointed to the newly-created posi- tion of Suffol k director of probation. In declining the Democratic nom- ination , Mr.: LaGrange said his law practice would not permit liim to put on as\ vigorous a campaign as he felt a candidate should conduct. \I accepted the nomination by \telephone Friday night , \ he explained , \ with- out giving' full .thou ght to the time and effort it would entail. \ &«vr t fw xvr t j. w«^_ '-ww^STVy /^ u^Mft/* v r ^n*r**r*Kr# 'v**<wZ£ l rA t i f <&A. 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