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The Mid-island mail. (Medford, N.Y.) 1935-1941, June 18, 1941, Image 16

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OF THE . * MSrjM I ^ ne Dance • j PatchoguerPort Jefferson State Road ¦ r:Z:.: . - - :C' - :/ - ' : : ' : :/ - - -/ : At Medford Station ' LAKE RONKONKOMA SCHOOL Commencement exercises of the Lake Ronkonkoma school will take place tomorxow evening at Raynor ' s pavilion for the following graduates : June Allgaier , Mary Ann Anderson , Norma Armstrong, Charles Fedoriow , Gloria Filsinger , Rosemarie Gerken., Nicholas Germano , Eileen Lang, Allen Okvist , Roy Plume , Catherine.P-usemp, Ruth Schaudel , Harold Taylor and Frank Straub. The class officers are; Nicholas Germano, president ; Charles Fedoriow , vice-president; Euth Schau- del , secretary, and Harold Taylor , treasurer. Lillian Vi sieh , Lois Okvist , Timothy Warren and Harold Sorenson will usher at the exercises and Barbara Lykes and Billy Okvist -will be di r ploma bearers. The carnation is the class flower; purple and gold , the class colors , and the motto is \One step at a time , but always forward. \ 1 The program will be as follows .. - Processional march , \Entree de Procession \ (Batiste) Sayville High school orchestra; invocation , the Rev. Frederick Peters; flag salute , Ron- konkoma. Boy Scouts; \ America , \ audience; salutatory address , Eileen Lang * , class history, June Allgaier ; expression of appreciation to P. T. A., Nicholas Germano; class -will , Mary Ann Anderson; presentation of class g ift , Harold Taylor; acceptance for the school , Philip Hans , Jr. ; over- ture , \Mignonette \ (Bayrnann), Say- ville High school or ch e stra; Valedictory, Rosemarie Gerken ; ad- dress , Earl L. Vanderm eulen , Port Jefferson High scho ol principal ; pres- entati on of Am erican Legi on history prize; Judge Harold Sorenson ; pres- entation of P. - T. A. awards , Mrs. Prank H-ugelmeyer ; ' presentation of other awards , Principal Walter C. D unham; presentation of diplomas , Frank Mooney ; benediction , the Rev. Frederick Peters; recessional , -\Cor- nelius Festival March \ (Mendelssohn), Sayville High school orchestra. MEDFORD SCHOOL The commencement exercises of Medford school will take place at the Medford Community ball Friday eve- ning.. The guest speak er will be Chaplain Arnold M. Lewis from Camp Upton , Yaphank. A fine program has been arranged , and a number of award s will be made. The girls of the eighth grade gave a surprise farewell party for Miss Emily Brengel , Medford teacher , last Wednesday afternoon after the school session, and presen ted her with a gift. The teachers aaid principal were also invited , those attending being Carleton Upright , the Misses Lor- raine Latham and Josephine Czuch- nichi and Mrs. G. Goozda , of the faculty , and Euth Baker , Elizabeth Ihm , Beverly Mistier , Betty Beck , Patsy Rose , Marie Schleyer , Ellen Zaharatos , Mary and Agnes Bianco , Virginia Gautier , Katherine Burk- hardt and Ruth Crevoiseret , pupils. CENTEREACH SCHOOL The Centereach school was closed for the summer on Friday. The eighth grade graduation exercises will be held this evening at the firehall. To- morrow th ere will be a beach party for the school children at West Mead- ow beach. SELDEN SCHOOL The graduation exercises of Selden school will take place Friday at 8 p, in, sh a rp in the school. The Rev. A. H. Coolc e of Patchogue will be the speaker and the Rev. A. P. Tuttle of the Selden Community church wall give the invocation and benediction. Among the articles in the last issue of \The Observer , \ publication of the fourth , fifth and sixth grades , was one which warn ed of the birds ' . nests and eggs in the many apple trees on the school grounds* and urged pu- pils to stay out of th <e trees . rid mot disturb the nests. Also in \Th e Ob- server \ was the concluding ch apter of a very intesting story by June Mars h of tlie Holtsville sanatorium and a fairy tale , \Futurama , \ by Clement Bcaudoin. Richard Brunquell gave an account of the historical tour taken by the students with N. R, Howell of East Islip recen tly. The following Selden students were jierfeqt in attendance for May; Grades 1 , 2 and 3*— '\Martha Boelil , Lillian Cameron. Flo.re .ce Oswald, !!William Haspel , Henry Ufferding, Frank Saiz , Alfred Sherwood ,. John Zielinski , Jack Kruger. Grades 4 , 5 and 6—Wendel Marsh , *Leonard Rickard , Charles Sanger , Robert Lauturner, Thomas Offerding, George Oswald, William Vitale , -Rich- ard Brunquell , !;-Donald Ryman , Mar- tha Patane , Margaret Sanger , Mar- ion Chapman , Elizabeth Harrington , ¦ \Jeann e Haspel , ' 'Mary Saiz , Lorrain e Sherwood. Grades 7 and 8 — Jennie Miglio , :!:Elizabeth Truglio, Eleanor Chapman , Louise Marra , Catherine Zielinski , Willard Hough, William Kruger , An- thony Pettignano , Joseph Cassata , Donald McLarty. * —Perfect attendance for the year to date. BOHEMIA SCHOOL Flag day exercises were held at the public school Friday morning. The program was opened by the sing- ing of \America-\ , by the pupils. Don- ald Kuss , Boy Scout , raised the flag, while Rudolph Trefny, Richard Sa- tava , Henry Richter and Stanley Al- breeht reeited a poem about the flag and \Old Glory \ was reeited by Georgiana Stejskal. Then the grouj) saluted the flag and the program closed wit h the singing of the \Star Spangled -Banner '* ' and \God Bless America. \ The graduating exercises of the Bohemia school will be held tomorrow evening in the C. S. A. hall at 8:30. The class president is Ernest . Paul. Class color s ' , are blu e and white and the class flower as the red carnation. The class motto is \Not at the top, but climbing. \ The Rev. Josep h H. Bond, rector of St. Ann ' s Episcopal church , Sayville , will be the guest speaker. Merrill Wish and Frank Zvonik will be ushers. The graduates will \be as follows: Irene Pierce , Doris Vancura , Georg- aann a Stejskal , George Hrabak , -John Hruby, Joseph Johnson , William Knakal , John Kreye , Donald Kuss , Edward and Eugene Minkler , Henry Moravec , Ernest Paul and Andrew Ruzicka. HOLTSVILLE SCHOOL The graduation, exercises will be held at the Holtsville school Friday evenin g at 8 o ' clock. There will be rnusie by tlie school band. Those in the graduating class are: Louise Bus- sing, Jeann-ette Aldrich , Stig Stoltze , William Landahl , John Crawford , Ai* - lene Sam.oi_t . on , Ruth Wentisch , Carl Johnson , Thomas Thron , Joseph Cru- ger and Thomas Colburn. On Saturday the graduating class was taken on a trip to New York , sponsored by the Mothers ' club. The service of the school bus was donated by Elmer Fogerty- The pupils visit- ed Battery Park , the Statue of Liber- ty and Museum of N atural History. Aft er lunch they went to a movie house. ,. . : _ The day of adventure was climaxed wh en Thomas Thron became missing, but he was already at ' the . bus when they arrived to return 'home. Mem- bers of the Mothers ' club who tool, the trip were Mrs. L. \ J. Thron , Mrs. •George Bussing, Mrs. Frank Keller , Mrs. Arthur Read , Mrs. Harry Lan- dahl , Mrs. Clinton. Smith ,. Mrs. Ar- thur Bahnmuller , Mrs. Frank Keller , also Mrs. Mary Allen of East North - nort. YOUTHS WANTED ON FARMS In an effort to augment the steadily shrinking reserve of farm and indus- trial labor , the State - Education de- partment is co-operating with the New York State Emp loyment s ervice to conduct an intensive recruitment drive in rura l areas during* this week. With the more than 6 , 000 rural schools and the-hundreds of small rillaf-e schools in the state serving as regis- tration centers , the inventory will be limited • to the male popul ation and will be aimed in particular at high school students. SCM®©!_ NOTES J J. C. Penney ' s White Goods Sale Continues All Week The semi-annual white goods sale at the J. C. Penney store , South Ocean avenue , Patchogue , will co ntinu e throughout this week with many new values. Because the low prices now being featured may not be duplicated for some time , this is a good oppor- tunity to stock up on household needs. Leading the list of exceptional values are terry towels and Nationwide sheets. Peneo sheets , another ex- clusive Penney product , are also head- lined. Other items featured in # an advertisement iii this issue , besides . domestics , are ladies ' and men ' s ap- par el . / On Prosecutor ' s Staff George . C. Furman of- Patchogue , who was recently appointed assistant district attorney to succeed Lindsay R. Henr y of Babylon , recalled into service as a United States Naval Re. serve officer. Attorney Furman is the son of the late Supreme Court Justice George H. Furman , who served as Suffolk district attorney from 1906 to 1912 . \ Photo .by Stephan . The Suffolk County Glee club held its final meeting of the season and its annual dinner last Tuesday evening at the Manh attan house , Bayport. Members and their wives attended and music was furnished by Miss M. Zeiner , and Messrs. A. L. Hall and Ben Tab atchnik. The next meeting of the Glee cluh will be held on the second Tuesday in September. There will be no regular meetings , 'during the s ummer and the annual election of officers has been postponed until Sep - tember. SUFFOLK GLEE CLUB ENDS SEASON AND HAS DINNER FROGS TO BE GAME The open season on frogs will start in all parts of the State next Monday and will continue through the last day of September , the Conservation de- partm ent announced. Heretofor e , only bullfrogs and green or spring frogs were protected nnder the Conserva - tion law. A change in the law ex- tends protection to include all species of frogs found throughout the state. Frogs may be taken only between 12 noon and 5 p. mt. on the first day of the open season and on each succeed- ing day between 7 a. m. and 5 p. m. z Ad - tiiUInar Batci for ThJi Colamn ? 2 f lines or less, tint fiuartioa .... SBc ? 2 Each additional Una «fl ? 2 Eacfe additional Insertion of not!e« IQe £ 2 No Teadcr In this column ahsll f 4 eaaied 10 lines. f < © I Talking Pictures at Farming- ? 4 ville Firehall , Friday, 8 :30 p. m. > < Jack Donovan and Alice Vahl in ? 4 \Twisted Fails , \ plus fourth \ j chapter \Black Coin \ ; new s ? i topics. . Adults 20c , children lCc. ? 1 Card and Bunco Party hy ? 4 Ladies ' Auxiliary Farmingville £ . Fire Department , at Firehall this \ 1 Saturday evening. Prizes , re- ? 4 fresh ments. Admission 35c. f i . . • ' ¦ ' . ¦ - • ¦ ' - . ? } Card Party, benefit of Girl ? < Scout Camp Fund , at Driffield' s I i Pavilion , Lake Ronkonkoma , ? < Monday, June 23 , 8:15 P. M. ? j Prizes , refreshments. - ' Tickets I 2 50c. . i - _. ¦¦ ¦ . _ 5 ** , ? < Card Party, Saturday, June ^ 4 28 , at Becker ' s Woodland Inn , ? j Lake Ronkonkoma. Sponsorship I A Court St. Joseph , C.D.A. Prizes , ?. . refreshments. 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