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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, May 21, 1941, Image 16

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Brookhaven Firemen Will Hold Memorial Rites , Stony Brook The annual Memorial servi ce of the Brookhaven Town Volunteer Firemeij ' s association , to be held this year at 8 p. m. on Sunday, June 1 , in the Stony Brook Methodist church, will be conducted by the Rev. Thomas A. Carruth , rector of the church , and the association chaplain , -the Rev. Harold C. Jones of Bellport. The list of the names of the deceased memhers will be read by J. Fred Kurra s of Pat- chogue , association secretary. Jacqueline Schiavoni Tel. Sayville 137-F3 Lorraine and George Borges re- ceived their first Holy communion at St. Joseph' s R. C. church , Ron- konkoma , last Sunday. The Mother ' s club will hold a eai'd and bunco party at the school this Saturday evening. There will he prizes and refreshments. Mrs. L. Steidel is chairman. The Rev. Frederick Peters will preach a sermon at St. Paul' s Epis- copal church , Patchogue , tomorrow , Ascension day. The Ladies ' Aid society of the Hol- brook Lutheran church will meet at Guild hall tomorrow afternoon at 2 o ' clock : Mrs. Arthur Wehrenberg will be hostess. Mrs. C. Baack , Mrs. H. Vollbracho , Mrs. Joh n Wehrenberg, Mrs. Arthur Wehrenberg and Mrs. H. F. Heine attended the card party given for the \benefit of Sayville Methodist church at the home of Mrs. B. Broere , Sayville. Several of the Hol- brook women won prizes. Mrs. Bryan St. Louis has been made captain of the softball team at Pilgrim State hospital , where she is employed. Mr. and Mrs. F. Hutchenson of Pauline street have opene d their home and will spend the summer here. The Holbrook Republican club will meet at the Guild hall tonight at 8:30. Attorney William G. Bushell will he guest speaker and refresh- ments ' will be ' served. H. F. Heine , Sr., is president. Mrs. Robert Bason entertained the St. Mary ' s Ladies ' Aid society of Ronkonkoma last Wednesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. George Miller have returned from their vacation in St. Louis and Mr. Miller went back to work last Saturday. The Girl Scout card party ' held at the Holbrook school last Saturday evening is reported to have been a financial success. The committee members of the Girl Scouts met at the home of Mrs. Alfred Steiger last Monday evening. Mrs. William Hermanns and fam- ily left early S aturday niorning to go to Trinidad , where they will join Mr. Hermanns. They sailed on the Arcadia from Pier 18 , North River. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Von Me- chow of Queens Village and their son-in-law and daughter , Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Schlowser of Jackson Heights , spent the week-end at their bungalow on Broadway avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Pellegiino and family of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their home on Leonard street. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Giarraputo and Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Giarraputo visited Mrs. Frances Giarraputo of Coates avenue last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Barbera enter- tained Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Artale and daughter Hose , Mr. and Mrs. \ Frank Rich and son Charles and Mr. and Mrs. Vin- cent Artale and son John. Mr. and Mrs. John Artale are visiting Mr. and Mrs, Barbera for an indefinite neriod. Mr. and Mrs. Spring of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their home on Bastow avenue. Mr. and Mrs. George Kenneth en- tertained Peter Mahland and Mildred Hagenberg of Brooklyn last Satur- day evening. A. slight brush fire was quickl y extinguished by the firemen Saturday afternoon. The fire was behind the home of Thomas Paton , a summer resident. Mr, and Mrs. Jacob Leudemann of College Point spent the week-end with their son and daughter-in-law , Mi' , and Mrs. George Leudemann of Broadwa y avenue. Mrs. Marie Peterson entertained the Pinochle club at her home last Triday. Refreshments were enjoyed , The Ladies ' auxiliary of the Hcl- hrook Fire department had a meet- ing at the firehouse Saturday ahout their uniforms. They will meet every Thursday evening at 8:15 to prac- tice marching for future parades. . Mrs. Sams of Hcnnpstead was at her home on Houscr avenue for the week-end. M.V. and Mrs. Sherman and daugh- ter Claire of Brooklyn spent the \Week-end at their home on Bastow avenue. A large group of Holbrook firemen attended the memorial services of the Suffolk Firemen ' s association at the Patchogue Lutheran church last Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Himniel mo- tored out from the Bronx to spend a few days at their home on Claas avenue. Mr. and Mrs, Kunzman and family of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their home on Alphabet street. Henry A. Habich recently attend- ed an arch-d . eaconry meeting at the Caroline church , Setauket , acting as a delegate for St. Mary ' s Episcopal church , Ronkonkoma. Mr. and Mrs. Sory of Brooklyn are spending a week at their home on Furrows road. William Clifford and family of Woodside spent the past few days at their home on Tuttle street. Mrs. MacDonell and son Bernard of the Bronx spent the week-end at their home on Highram avenue. Mrs. Jerome ScTilotman , who has moved to Rockville Centre , visited her home here on Saturday. The Habasinski family of Long Island City spent the week-end at their home on Arnold street. Mr. and Mrs. C. Hansen spent a few days at their summer bungalow on Grundy avenue, Mr. and Mrs. J. Vogelbaeh of Brooklyn spent the week-end at their home on Officials avenue. Mr. Vo- gelhach , who is retired from the New York police force , expects to occupy his bungalow permanently. Mr. and Mrs. E. Black visited her mother , Mrs. Vogelbach , last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Mienster and daughters , Carol and Lillian , were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J ohn Barrota. Mr. and Mrs. H. ' Hled and daugh- ter Catherine of Queen s Village were at their summer bungalow on Tuttle street recently. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eitel enter- tained Sunday Mr. and Mrs. William Eberle and daughter of the Bronx. Mr. and.Mrs. George Raff recently visited Martin Anderson of East P atchogue , who has been under the care of a physician. . Mrs. Arthur Wehrenberg, Mrs. A. Steiger , and Mrs. George Leudemann attended a Girl Scout leaders ' meet- ing last Thursday evening at Pat- cliogue, •> Mr. and Mrs. George Raff motored to South Jamaica to visit Mrs. Raff' s parents , Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Grabau , who celebrated their forty-fifth wed- ding anniversary on May 10. Charles Oertel has three white kit- tens , which he will give to any per- son who wishes one. Mr. and Mrs. Cannon Grillo spent the week-end at their summer home on Grundy avenue. Ja ck Hanley, a well-known visitor in Holbrook and the husband of the g-randdaughter of Mrs. C. Baack and j . E. Egles , is recovering from a recent appendicitis operation in the Amsterdam hospital , New York , • Mcilhroo-k Mews YaphaiB-k Myrthia Kinney Mrs. Howard Voorliies and daugh- ter Janet spent the week-end in Brooklyn. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Neger and daughter Patricia attended the wed- ding of Miss Mary Genovese to Henry Miller of Richmond recently. Miss Phyllis Glover has been ill for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Glover and family attended the wedding of Con- nie Doreski of Calverton , held atthe Brookfield grange on Sunday. The Misses Lucille and Doris De- Lappe and Myrna Flood attended a fashion show and \bridge at the Waldorf-Astoria hotel , New York, on Saturday. \ Mr. and Mrs . Alfred Devereaux of Brooklyn spent the week-end with Mrs. Devereaux ' parents , Mr. and Mrs. Walter D-eLappe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hulse spent the week-end visiting Mr. Hulse ' s mother , Mrs. Mabel Hulse of Green- port. Mr. and Mrs. D. Eampe and chil- dren visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mapes on Sunday. James Cozine and daughter Louise attended a baseball game between the New York Yankees and Cleveland Indians, at Yankee stadium last week. After the game they visited Radio City. The Ladies ' guild of St. Andrew ' s 'Episcopal church will meet at the home of Miss Neuss tomorrow. Arthur Engelbach and Mrs. Leslie R. Marchant are both driving new cars. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Engelbach and son Arthur went to Bay Shore recently to . visit Mrs. Engelbach' s sister-in-law , Mrs. S. Aston. Mrs. Howard Voorhies is on the committee making p lans for an ex- hibit of articles of the Home Bureau to be held June 3 at the Coram Com- munity house at . 8:30 . p. m. Mrs, Ethel Spencer and- children , Albert and Dorothy 3 have returned home from a visit at the home of Mrs. Spencer ' s daughter , Mrs. Charles KolLett. The Young Peop le ' s club will meet at\ the home of Mr. and Mrs. G, Neuss this evening. Ray Homan visited Mr, and Mrs. Paul Homan over the week-end, Two children of Yaphank school , Jean Connell and Hilda Walker , took part in an Americanization program at the Veterans hall , Medford , yes- terd ay. Flower Thief Caught By Police, Fined $10 The . repeated thefts of flowers and plants in the middle part of the town , which have resulted in several com- plaints to Brookhaven Town police during the past few weeks , are be- lieved to haye been brought to an end with the arrest last Wednesday of Guiseppe Avarello of 86-21 Bay 16th street , Brooklyn , by Officer Jacob Baczensky. Avarello , ah employee of the New York Department of Sanitation , was charged with trespass and taken be- fore Justice of the Peace Arthur Reich of Medford. Pleading guilty, he was fined $10 , wh i ch he paid. Avarello was alleged to have dug up seve ra l flowers on the Fitzrnorri s property in Selden on Woodycrest drive , midway between Rexmere and Ridgedale avenues , which he waa also charged with having, removed from the property. The act took place at 8:30 o ' clock and Avarell o was arrested three hours later. To remove adhesive-tape - atams fj om fabrics , apply kerosene or car- bo-i tetrachloride , and then wash tho stain with warm suds. IWffiTroTr^fffDTo r < COAL , FEED and FUEL OIL M W\ '\ -9 ~ --Hs*mi0mm -namm **t*A~ ^A *AW *m*i^m0mn\ ^^Wm m *{smA *»mmt *-0mt ^^ « Rider Avonu* *nd Un B Ulnnd Rftilran-d PATCHOGUE, N. Y. J ~ TEL33THO-M- 270 •rtt^'»-rT'fif»y»**»r»-»»vTy»t - *fV*** rf»-»*vwTftVf» 'TV»TtTr ^^ AUCTION SALE Murray Logan , Auctioneer WILL SELL ON Saturday, May 24 , 1941 at 1 P. ML The contents of L. Drayn Furniture Store , Jericho turnpike , Selden , 100 feet west of Post Office , on the premises , 100 different articles , including bungalow furniture of all description , chairs , china closets , vani- ties , dressers , fyeds (complete), wicker furniture , desks , ice boxes artd Congolewm rugs, AIs« n comfplcte chicken incubator outfit for a chickem farm consisting of 2 large flat ice cheats, scales , feeding trays , stoves , -chimneys and other items , just the thing for someone starting ht • Ibusiness. — SALE RAIN OIVSHI NE -~ F. S CHWAB Cesspool Cleaning and Rubbish Carte d Away MEDFORD AVENUE PATCHOGUE Tel. Patchogue 1733 Adrertlainx Statci for ThU Column ? < - B llnei or taw , first Insertion .... SSe r i Each additional line 6e ? \ Each additional insertion of nolle* 90c ? \ No reader in thla tolumai aball ? ¦j exceed 10 line*. ? • ? \ Card Party by Central Brook- y i haven Republican club Wednes- ? ' day evening, May 21 , at . Cen- £ I tereach firehall. Prizes , special ? } prizes , refreshments. Admission > ( 50c. , . ? ! ¦ ' -• ¦ I j Talking Pictures at Farming- £ I ville Firehall , Friday, 8:30 p. m. ? j \Million Dollar Baby, \ starring ? I Jimmy Fox ; plus short s and a , comedy. Adults 20c , children ? . 10c. . I 9 r Card Party, Friday evening, l May 23 , at Democratic Hall , , Long Island avenue , Medford , • > benefit of local club. Prizes , * refreshments. 35c. Cards at y 8 :30 p. m. I e ; Three-act Comedy, \Three ? Bright Girl s , \ given by Ni ck * Name club of the 4-H at Cen- t> tereach Firehall , Frida.y, May * ¦ 23 , 8:15 p. m. Admission 40c. > ¦ \ • ¦ \ ? Card Party for Boy Scout ? Troop 91 , Friday, May 23 , 8 :30 ? p. m. at Yerk' s Pavilion , Lake ? Ronkonkoma. Sponsorship Ron- • >. konkotna and Lake Ronkonkoma > Parent-Teacher groups. Prizes , ? refreshments. Admission 50c. I Card and Bunco Party, aus- £ pices Holbrook Mother ' s club, ? May 24 , 8:30 p. m „ at Hol _ - ? brook school. Prizes , refresh- ? reients. Admission 35c. ? • \ ? Fourth Annual Masquerade [ ball , benefit Selden Fire de- * partment at Bob' s Brass Rail , > Middle Country road , Saturday ? evening, May 24. Cash' costume ? prizes , special prize. Admission l 45c. ? • * Big Annual Variety Show and k Dance given by Holbrook Re- • * publican club , at Community > Hall , Holbrook , Saturday, May ? 31. Admission 4Cc and 20c. [ • : Think what an advertisement ? here would do for your Party, * Dance or Bridge 1 Top of col- ? umn for the prices. * v m-m-ry ry r v y--r-»'T*r*rr*rT-r-^r-r>rw»\ l- POtt , I ^OUR lit I DATE BO OK ' ( _ _ ; -

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