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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, February 12, 1941, Image 12

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g 3 Mti iiic__iJiHnftj_ ite___iiMiiiiJii*ic_»ifi:jiiiitii_ _i«irtiuiiirtc_niJ mean iiitiiuiciLii.«iut>McaMi_ iHttuMtiiMm .iitTtiic_iuin*initi_r^ntM,ni.m-t_iuiTi I THIRD ANNUAL DINNER-DANCE I Auspices Selden Fire Department I SATURDAY , FEBRUARY 15 , 8:30 P. M. -. AT — — • —-—¦¦. ¦ ' • —~ I D L* 1> I I •! . MIDDLE COUNTRY RD. Kob s B rass Kail .SELDEN: Donation 45c Special Prize I wwii^^ ¦¦ - . . . ¦ ¦ . ¦ • . \ ¦ ' \ ' - ' ' - IA ¦ . • v . A . • . ¦ i', ' 'v . - •:, -/: ' ' :. ' \ ¦>: ,;¦ • ' . ; kir^ ' ^ Xi \l ! : '^MS ^ IIIIIIIIK-IIIIIIIIIIIIDIIIIIIIIIIIIDIlilllllllliciiiiiiilliiiciiiiiiiiinit*;., Calling All Mothers! j § Have you a little darling: , § §j in your home to enter 1 f§ in the v I I BEAUTIFUL I I BABY CONTEST] Oscar Stephan 1 Child Specialist | i is ready to serve you. 1 _= g §j Photographs talten at your home | i at studio prices. a S E= igFor appointment , call Ronk. 8-7.10 1 I or warite P. O. Box 133 , § § Lake Ronkonkoma I >- _T* _tiiiiniit_ riic3iitiiiiir iiicafifiJiitFiuc^rif iniiiiiBiraiitiif nmiir-iriiiiiiji t?* Ida Lupino and Humphrey Bogart in \High Sierra , \ which will be the attraction at the Patchogue theatre from this Thursday to S aturday . Commg to Patchogue Sheridan and Brent In Comedy at Rialto The Rialto ' s new comedy liit , \Hon- eymoon for Three , \ which will , start today and continue for a three- day engagement , stars George Brent and Ann Sheridan in the story of a novelist whose favorite subject is women and the secretary wlio finally straighten s him out. The cast also includes Charlie Rugr- gles , Osa Massen , Jane Wyman, Wil- liam Orr , Lee Patrick , and Walter Catlett. Humor and Adventure Iti Rialto Co-feature Lum and Abner make their screen debut as stars of \Dreaming- Out Loud , \ which opens at the Rialto theatre on Saturday for a four-day engagement. The story , one of humor , revolves around the radio team ' s ef- forts to buy a mobile hospital unit for Pine Ridge. The cast includes Frances Lan gford, Prank Craven , Bobs Watson and Phil Harris. On this same program will be \Saint in Palm Springs , \ starring George Sanders and Wendy Barrie. The story concern s the Saint' s efforts to deliver three valuable foreign stamps to a young l ady working as a tennis teacher at a California desert resort. Magician of ihe Orient Conrad Yeidt plays the m agiciah in \The} Thief of Bagdad , \ which will be shown at the Port Jefferson the- atre from Sunday to Tuesday. Badenhop Foun d Dea d In His Automobile William H. Badenhop , aged 66, a former Holbrook storekeeper , who had lived for the past several months in Patchogue , was found dead in his ear parked on Holbrook road , Hol- brook , about 8 p. m. last Wednesday night, a victim of a heart disease at- tack , according to Coroner Grover A. Silliraan of Sayville , who said Mr. Badenhop had been suffering from heart trouble for some time. Mr. Badenhop was \discovered sit- ting in his car by a passing motorist , ¦who notified Brookhaven Town po- lice. Dr. Walter F. Roettinger of Eonkonkoma , who was called , pro- nounced Mr. Badenhop dead. On or- ders of Dr. Silliman , the body \was removed to RulancTs Funeral chapel , North Ocean ' avenue , Patchogue. Mr. Badenhop had -formerly op- erated a grocery store on Union ave- nue , Holbrook , for about 12 years up to a few years ago. He was born in New York. A widower , he leaves \ a. dau ghter , Mrs. Emily Ronner. of Brooklyn. In recent month s , he had been boarding at the Engelhardt home on East Main street , Patchogue. The funeral service was held in Merrick tomorrow , foll owed by in- terment in the Lutheran cemetery, Middle Village. Far miss g ville Mrs. Olive Munby busil y gathers items off interest to Farming'vi-le residents each week . Contact her whenever you have arty news. Selden 1518-J 2 William Clendinnen and John Dan- kiezitch of West Yaphank attended the banquet given last Thursday eve- ning at the Aquebogu e Congregational church for the men leader s of the boys ' 4-H clubs of Suffolk county. Tho dinner was followed by a talk by Dr. Pratt , the 4-H vegetable crop specialist. Victor Polonski , a recent draftee of this village , is stationed at Fort McClellan , Ala. Miss Anna Staar of Granny road is spending the remainder of the win- ter with her aunt , Mrs. Louise Staar of Huntington Station . With Arthur Bahnmuller , Clarence LaFever and Prank Simpson as the committee in charge a jolly evening is promised for this Saturday night , when the firemen will entertain at a . Valentine party at the firehall. There will be special entertainment , dancing and refreshments. A meetin g of the Ladies ' Aid so- ciety of the Congregational church will be held tomorrow afternoon at the home of Mrs. Leigh . Stuart of P ortion road. The meeting will be preceded oy luncheon at 12:45 for the members , given by the hostess. A meeting of the local fire depart- ment will be held at the firehall to- morrow evening. Remember all your friends with Valentines on the 14th. Large and beautiful assortment at -Caller ' s Jew- elry Store. —Adv. At the meeting of the Ladies ' aux- iliary of the fire department, hel d at the liome of Mrs. Alex Sipos on Por- tion road Thursday evening, arrange- ments were made for a card party to be hel d soon , with Mrs. Peter Panse and Mrs. George Panse in charge. Mrs . William Wentisch , Mrs. Ar- thur Terry, Miss Marion Schwenk and Miss Edna Horn , all of Portion road! , are local members on the Troop eom_.. ittee of the recently formed Girl Scoitt Troop of the Holtsville school , which is under the direction of the Patchogue Scout group . Miss Horn is chairman of the troop committee. William Hanrahan , Jr., is recover- ing at his home in Farmingville Gar- dens from- illness which kept him from school last week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Terry of Por- tion road entertained at dinner last Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. George Sawyer of Port Jefferson. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Terry Avere guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shepard Clark of Ocean - side and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dunton of Beth;page. Lawrence Wilshire of Portion road left Saturday for a two-week visit in Soutli Carolina. Mr, and Mrs. James Wetsell of Horse Block road atten ded a meeting and installation of officers of the Thirteenth District Republican club , hel d at Ronkonkoma Monday evening. Robert Carmicha el, son of Mr. aijd Mrs. Gilbert Carmichael of Farming- ville Gardens , celebrated his sixteenth birth-day on Monday. Th« Long Island Co-operative G. L. F- Egg Auction , Inc., of Central Islip lists these recent prices: Extra large over 63 pounds 24-29 , large white 21-26 . medium white 17- 21 &, pullet white 14-17%, large hrowm 15-22%, medium brown 14- 18% , 170 cases , February 4. Exitra large over 03 pounds 24-29%, large white 21-26 , medium white 17- 21%, pullet white 14-18 , large brown 15-22%, medium brown 14-1 9 , 175 cases , February 7. The above pricos are for Qu ality, Empire and Blue Chief only. Specials are selling at three to five cents lower. G. L. F. EGG AUCTION Heavy Rainstorm Does Mack Damage With the exception of uprootin g trees , the heavy rain and wind of last Friday did almost as much dam- age through Farmingville as that caused by the hurricane two years ago. Roads were flooded and traffi c was stopped in several p laces , about the worst condition being in , the bus- iness center where the flood marooned all residents. Many washouts were reported and on Woody Crest drive , a block south of Hors e Block road , a cavein created a large hole , taking away a large section of the roadway . Many basements were flooded , caus- ing- damage to heating systems. Wa- ter flowing around the DeEose gen- eral store on the south side* of Horse Bloek road undermined the founda- tion , causing the entire east wall of the basement to collapse. A large section of the surrounding ground , from which Mr. DeE^se has just removed his car , also gave way. Brookhaven Town police ordered Mr. and Mrs. DeRose and daughter Mary- lin , who reside in the rear of the store , to vacate because of the dan- gerous condition of the building. The DeRose family .spent the remainder of the nig ht with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Crawford of Farmingville Gardens. ' The Co-unty Highway department made temporary repairs , pump ing out the basement and shoring up the building to prevent.any more damage. The refrigeration motors , heating system and electric pump were put out of commission and large stores of stock are buried under the mud and fallen cement. ' PORT JEFFERSON 1 THEATR E . \ Matinee : Adults 25c, Childre n 15c Eve. Prices : Adults 40c Childien 15c Sin-king* Permitted in Rear of Theatre at no additional price. FREE PARKING FOR 200 CARS FRI. - SAT. FEB. 14 -15 MATINEE SAT. 2 :30 PLAY JACKPOT LUCKY SATURDAY NIGHT! Jon Hall Lynn Bari \KIT CARSON \ Latest News Dronts • .. Chapter 2 \Green Hornet Strikes Affair. \ Firs t Evening Show* 7 :00 P. M. Sun., Mon., Tiies. Feb. 16 -17 -18 MATTNEE SUM. 2 - .30 Sabu - Conra d Veldt - June Dwprez — in — \The Thief of Bagdad'^ Slews - Short Subject - \Mamcnts of Charm \ First Evening Show 7:00 P. M. . WED. - THURS. FEB. 19 - 20 I'lay NEW Jueki- .t Lucliy Wednesday Night Louis Ht.ywi. rd J«an Bennett George Sundciu in \THE SON OF MONTE CRISTO\ I Latent News Erents I First Eveni-ig* Show 7 :00 P. M. gP-^^ yM iAWfc^i i^^ 1 ffMWPyBBi^ ^ HUB • LAST TIMES TODAY 1 15l _P ___i___ H *^B BB _B m flmlW _-B Robert Youn g Randolph Scott jf§ R ^fflSB ^ in \Western Uaion \ !t_ R _ \ . T- ,M ¦ • • • . . •• ¦ - r Jj THURS- - SAT. ' FEB. 18- 15 5 I ¦ ALAN CURTIS \ - ' ' . \ ' . / ' , jrpAJST Li-SLIE ^. A . I ' _ ^^^^^^^^^^^\\\^^^^^\^ IM * M *'' W *'* W * , ***** I ' ,M *'** I **'^*'- MI * IIW - W -^^ ' ' . ' * - ; . •' -ffi El J TEN-O-Wia SATURDAY NIGH? AT 9;0 , O'C LOCK K V \ ^ m \\ \\ ' . , . =y SAT- TUES.; : ; r , FEB. 15 -18 ' ¦ ' ¦ g ¦ E R J A L T A \Dreaming Out Loud\ J ¦? •¦ | V r 'H EA T REV « C - _ V ~^: ^ , , : 5 I : ^~ \ ' . \ ' ' . ' , . .i i .1 , Saint in Palm ^ ? . : i 1 WED. - F RI . ¦ . . - , ; :^ AT ^~ V; ^W ia ^ w 'Tl 1 J ' 7 GEORGE BRENT ANN SHERIDAN \ \ i ^HONEYMOON FOR THREES . ' ¦ ; Si ¦ ¦ \ ' ' ¦ ¦ ' ; ¦ ' ¦ ' ¦ - : . -:- ^' wi ih — : •:. • ¦ • ' ¦ - - • ¦ ¦ ::. ' • ' ' . ' ¦ -f . M8 ' ¦;S j ; ;. CHARL^ RU^^ -: (> S*A ; 'MAS SEN :;• ¦ JANE V W YMAN ! ; ' |S|:;

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