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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, May 21, 1941, Image 12

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Summer Furniture I j ^g^SS^^^S' I Gliders *^Bfeach (Jmbrfellas |- jyt m^^^'^^^i TiibMar Stefe|£liairs ^» Ad^-oiida-ck Ghaiirs ' WE' INVITE * YOtR INSPECTION . , : j STOKE HOURS ! 9 A. M. TO 0 P. M., SATURDAYS TO ; 10 P, M, j C. 13. JQ&li . * NCi i ' ¦ ' * \¦ ' ' ' \* «*&!— ,^ -_ J__W«_-«»- *«- * -* ** N _ f /ij l Mai n Street T -w ^.,,.,*, ;!*Port ::JB!!ff er8<>rt; ; Nr! OT A*mitoMft««fcMNM- - -__ inm Dayton Will Leaves $1000 To P. J. Methodist Church An estate valuer!' at .$21 , 493,60 is left by the . late Florence S. Da yton of Port Jefferson , according to the inheritance tax schedules filed in the Surrogate ' s court in Riverhead. The not value is fixed af S?10 , 174.26 and a tax amounting to $101.74 will be levied. Deceas-ed makes the following disposition of her property ; Cedar Hill cemetery, $200; Methodist church , Port Jefferson; ,£1 , 000 ; homestead res- idence to Helen Bun co , Port Jeffer- son : remainder ' equally to Chester and Gladys Bai-lmg, Howard Kinncr , Edna JCinncr , all of Port Jefferson , and Jo ™ Sir J l0y . d ? Wehmond Hill , Z\ Edith Floyd of Port Jefferson. , In cooking rice or ' macaroni , greas- ing three or four inches ard nd the inside of the top of the cool ing G t n Holtsville is well covered each week for news by . . . Trene Jones Mr. and Mrs. R. Bachnian and dau ghter Ruth of Woodside and Mr. and Mrs. Hans Glase-r of Brooklyn were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. John Krapf and family of Fisk road. •Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Edwards of South Ozone Park have returned from a week spent at their summer home on Blue Point road during Mr. Ed- wa rd s ' vacation from the Jamaica pos-toffice. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Redmond mo- tored to New York and attended \I am an American Day \ program at the mall in Central park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cunneen of Brooklyn spent several days at their home here. During this time they enjoyed a tri p on the Great South bay in their boat and visited Mrs. Cunneen ' s parents , Mr. and Mrs . Ar- thur Skidniore and daughters , Lillian and \Herbie \ in Islip. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lehman and son Donald of Brooklyn spent the week-end at \Har-Don-Del\ on Bar- retts avenue. Mr. antl Mrs. George Dotterwick and Miss Alma Meyer of Brooklyn were guests, Recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keller of Union avenue were Mrs. James Force and son Clifford and his fiancee , Miss Dorothy Deega n , and Mrs. J. Dansen of Bensonhur ' st. ] ' An addition of a fully equipped kitehen with all improvements has recently been built on the summer home of Mr. and ' Mrs. Bernard Esker on Blue Point road. Mr. and Mrs. Charles - Nashan en- tertained Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Wil- liam Olsen of Jamaica , and on Sun- day Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Babinger and daughter Barbara of Richmond Hill , Mr. Babinger ' s mother of New York , Mr. and Mrs. William Nashan of Hollis and Paul Yanantouno and son Paul , Jr., of Baisley Park. Mr. and Mrs, William Cunneen , Jr., and daughter Marie of Hollis enter- tained at their summer home on Bai- rttts avenue during the week-end , jur. and Mrs. C. Anderson of Hollis and Charles Terierie and friend of 1' lusn- 111 Mrs. George Kowtna , son Paul and daughter Frances of New York and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Graham of Rich- mond Hill visited Mr.*md Mrs. Wil- liam J. Graham on Sunday. Miss Rose Holecek of New Yoi k spent the week-end with her parents , Mr. and Mrs; Frank Holecek of North Ocean avenue. Mrs. Holecek , who recently returned from Mather Me- morial hospital , Port Jefferson , is much improved in health. _ „ On Mother ' s day, May 11 , Betsy, the red Persian\ cat owned by Mrs. Frank Keller of Union avenue , pre- sented her mistress with five baby kittens. Three are pure white male kittens and the two females have ±ur the color of tortoise shell. They have attracted many visitors to the. Keller home. __ . , , Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Esker , daugh - ter Anne and son Buddy of Brooklyn entertained at their summer home on Blue Point road Saturday evening, in honor of the birthday of their guest , Mrs. Charles Wols of Brooklyn. Other guests were Mr. Wols and daughter Frances , Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W ath- ews of Patchogue , Robert Olsen of Hoboken , N. J., Harold Pednck of Union City, N. J., and Mr. and Mrs. William Clay of Holtsville. Mr. Esker is having a three-week vacation from the Brooklyn Police department, Several members of Black Cat Troop 133 of Ridgewood camped over the week-end at the summer home of Walter- Martin of Brooklyn on Sylvan drive , who is also in the troop. The campers included Leonard Wieland , Eugene Ebbesberger , Arthur Rey- nolds , Paul Tafel , Alfred Bernhardt \ , Charles Stengel and Paul ' Behrens. aJl of Brooklyn. Various games were enjoyed. ' Mr. and Mrs. Albert Perry and family entertained Sunday at \P erry Oaks , \ Mr. and Mrs. Willard Perry of Hillside Heights. Howard Van Tassel of Forest Hills was a week- end guest.. •¦ -: . ' A new home of five rooms and bath is nearing completion on Woddycrest drive and Boxwood lane for Mr. and Mrs. J. - J. O'Reilly and family of Brookly n , who will . make their per - manent home here. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony . DeGeorge and daughters , Annamarie and Kath- rine , and Miss Ida Ronca of Jersey City, N. J., were week-end guests of Mr. DeGeorge and daughters , Helen , Anna Rose and Maria , at \Green- ville \ cottage on Woodycrest drive. Mr. and Mrs, Louis Nordstrom ' of Brooklyn were week-end visitors at their summer home on Canaan ave- nue. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Martin and children , Walter , and Margaret , of Sylvan drive were Miss Louise Classman , Mr. and Mrs. Aug- ust Zueker and Mr. and Mrs. O skar Walter and daughter Lotte , all of Brooklyn. At a meeting of the Holtsville Republican club in Firemen ' s Com- munity hall last evening, nomina- tion of officers took place as fol- lows : Tved C. Cohan for president; Philip Zimmer , Fred Griffin , Walter Newber. for vice-president ; Elmer Fogarty for treasurer; Robert L. Karr for recording secretary, and Mrs. Fred Griffin for corresponding secretary. The meeting was follow- ed by the showing of motion pictures and refreshments. Election of offi- cers will take place on June 17. Mrs. Richard H enry Miss Maybelle Still , who attends National Park college in Maryland , arrived by plane from Washington , D. C , last Friday and spent the week-end at the home of her parents , Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Still of Middle Country road. Mrs. A. Lowndes ^ Brown has re- turned to her home on Plandome p lace, after spending the winter at the home of her father , A. Lown- des in Pittsburgh , Pa. Guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. William Fiege of the Middle Country road were Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schroe- der and Mrs. Mary Steinblenck of Wood haven. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Newell from the Veteran ' s hosp ital at Northport called on Mrs . Leonard Petrucelli of the- Middle Country road on Thurs- day. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Henry of Middle Coun- try road were ' Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lewis and children , Charles and Rose Marie, of Glendale and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kucera and baby of Sayville. A silver tea was held at the home of Mrs. Richard Henry last Friday afternoon for the benefit of the Com- munity church pew ' fund. Prizes were won by Mrs. Chris Hanson , first in pinochle; Mrs. Edward Ditches , first in bridge, Ruth Williams , first in bunco ; Mrs. William Haspel , Sr., second in pinochle; Mrs . Clarence Keefe r , second in bridge; Mrs. ¦ ¦ Ed- ward Finnegan , second in bunco. The special prize was awarded Mrs. Kee- fer. Mr . and Mrs. Chris Koschara and children and Mrs. Christina Eagle visited Mrs. Joseph Kucera of Say- ville last Friday afternoon. The fourth annual ' masquerade ball of the Selden Fire department will be held at Bob' s Brass Rail Saturday evening. There will be cash prizes for best costumes , and a special prize. Edward Parente is in charge of the event. Mr . and Blrs. Clarence Keefer of Hemlock street entertained at cards Friday evening, Mr. and Mrs. George Waldron , Mrs. Barbara Blettenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Henry. Seklen people who attended the bunco party held at the Ronkonkoma (i i-ehall Saturday evening for the benefi t of the 13th District Republi- can club were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kec-fe-r , Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hen- dricUson , Mrs. Harry Rose , Mrs. Wil- liam Jfaspel , Sr., Mrs. William Has - pel , -Jr., and children , Billy and Jeanne , Mrs. Charles Zimmerman , Mrs. Richard Henry and Mrs. May Rotlu-rt. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Calente and son Gasper of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their cottage on Cedar- hurst avenue. Waek-end ' guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ficarri were Mr. • and Mrs. Dominick Civitello of Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hanson of Midcile Country road were dinner g iu-ets Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Alloway of Bellmore. Catherine Percoco , daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Percoco of Evergreen drive , was given a party Sunday by her godparents , Miss Elsie and Joseph Delesa of Ozone Park , in honor of hor fi rst birthday, Other guests were Mi- , and Mrs. Nicholas \ Dclesa of Ozone Park , the Misses Anna , Connie and Mary Calderon , Mr , and Mrs. Joseph Galletta , Max Tosoriero , Miss Mary Pilato , Miss Dorothy Fallara , Charles Berttollo and Alfonso Fal- cone of Brooklyn , Mrs. Heinss Schultze and baby Gene , and Catherine ' s grand- father , ' Salvator- SantAngclo _ and brothers , Salvator and Dominick Per- coco. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Scaly ' of Rock - ville Centre were week-end guests of Mrs. Sealy ' s parents , Mr. aiid Mrs. J. \ Logan Dare of Middle Coun- try road. Sylvia Goetz Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cen- tineo of Maplewood avenue on Sun- day were Mr. and Mrs. Vincent No- cito and daughter Josephine and Mr. and Mrs . Anthony Centineo of Brook- lyn. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fehmer and Miss Bertha Sohl of New Yoik wer e guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Sohl of Adirondack drive on Sunday. Mrs. George Slater and children , George and Marie , of New York were at their bungalow pn. Lake driv-e Sunday. Mr. and Mrs . George Remy of New York spent the week-end at their bungalow on Adirondack drive . We ek-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Berni-e Kohler -of Middle Country road were Mr. Kohler ' s mother , Mrs. G. Kohler and his sister Florence of Roosevelt. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Garafola and daughter Marie of Astoria , spent Stmday at their bungalow on .Adir- ondack drive. ^ Mrs. G. Reilly and son Tommy of New York are at their bungalow on Argyle avenue. Mr. and Blrs. Joseph Oneto and children , Josephine , Joseph and Fred- erick of Brooklyn were at their bung- alow on Rose place over the week- end. George Schlueter of Middle Coun- try road motored to Woodside Thurs- day to visit his mother , Mrs. Paul Schlueter. Anthony Patane , of the Civilian Conservation corps in Carmel , spent Saturday with his parents , Mr. and Mrs. C. Patane of Highview drive. M. MacGuire of Adirondack drive and George Bobenhausen of Midcile Country road motored to Ozone Park Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Schwender and son Richard of Astoria , Mr. and Mrs. Sam Feigenbaum and son Daniel oi Brooklyn and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Sepe and daughter Jane of Richmond Hill wer e guests Sunday of Bir. and Mrs. Michael Bruno of Woodmere place. Guests of' Mr. and Mrs. Georg, e Schlueter of Middle Country u'oad on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ce- cire of Jamaica , brother-in-law and sister of Mr. Schlueter. Mr. and Mrs. C. Chalmers of New York spent last week at their bunga - low on Blue Point road. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gorman of Adirondack drive spent Sunday at Wappingers Falls visiting t h e i r daughter Kathleen in St. Claire ' s Home for Nuns. ' Sunday, guests of Mrs. J. Treton of Argyle- avenue were Harry Ireton and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Ireton and son Edward of Richmond Hill. Mrs. Valentine Schaff'ler of- , Or- mond avenue spent Monday in New York . Mr. and Mrs. Peter DeQua ' rto and children ,. ' Fanny and ' Concetta , of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their bungalow on Rose place. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Linscoek and son Fred and Mr. and Mrs. Warren TJ hlman and daughter Lipthia of Hollis visited Mr. and Mrs. -Paul Goetz of Kensington avenue and Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Martin of Adiron- dack drive recently. Mi* , and Mrs. Joseph Oliva and daughter Anna of New York , spent the week-end at their bungalow on Ormond avenue. Mr. and Mrs. C. : Raimez and son Robert were at their bungalow on Blue Point road over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Perfidi and children , Gloria and Frank , of Hollis and niece , Catherine Mangello of New York , spent the week-end at the ' Perfidi bungalow on Adirondack drive. Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Sehons and chiklren , Clause and Jenny, of Brook- lyn ' were ' at their bungalow on Wood- lawn avenue for the week-end , Mr. and Mrs. John Pasani and chil dren , Eleanor .and Mildred , of Bro oklyn , spent the week-end at their bungalow on Adirondack drive. Walter , Lauernroth of Brooklyn spent the week-end at the bungalow of his sister , Mrs, Anna White , who is a patient in a Bro oklyn hospital. _ - Mrs. Eleanor Bedel of Jamaica was a Sunday guest of Mr. and ' Mrs. George -Schlueter of Middle Country road. Mrs. Adrianna Hansmann and . ' .on Anton of Jamaica spen t Sunday at their bungalow on - 'Ormond avenue, S teve Jordan was a luncheon guest of Mr. and Mrs, George Schluetor of Middle Countr y road one day last week . Mr, and Mrs. Gildo Civitella and family of Brooldyn spent the week- end - at 'their bungalow on Ormond avenue. Mr, and Mrs, T. Tobias of. ' New York spent the week-end at their bungalow on 'Rose place. Sunday ' guests of ' Mr. and ' Mrs. Rudolf Lauturner of ' Argyle' avenue were Mr , iind Mrs. Louis Sauter and Mrs. Anna Weiss of Coram. A. Rose of New York was a : Sun- day gues t of Mr. aii d Mrs, Julos Ari-d t of Lanrelton avenue. ; Mr. and Mrs, - Herbert ! MesHi no re have returned to their bungalow on Orwoiid avenue , after spending two ' week s in Now Jersey. Their recent guest\ was ' ' Mrs. • Mcssm are ' s brother , Arthur Cameron of New Jersey. Frederick Tucker of Middle Coun- try road' ' motored to ; Pennsylvania for the week-end. ¦ ¦ A. Werrs¦ ' ¦ of New ' York spent the week-end with his family on Rose place , celebrating his birthday on Saturday- Mr. and Mrs, G, Reynolds anil chil dren «f Now York spent the week-end at their bungalow on Rose r.lace, Selden News - Items j

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