At 8 p.m. today, an 11-year-old boy, David
Frail, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Frail
of Conklin Avenue, Patchogue, will fly to
England to spend the month with Mr. and
Mrs. William Broad, formerly of Patchogue.
While there, David will spend some time in
Ireland and visit relatives in Scotland.
Mr. and Mrs. John Heyen of Center
Moriches, proprietors of The Pantry at 21
West Main Street, Patchogue, said yester-
day that they plan to open their luncheonette
at 7 a.m. Monday. It was damaged by fire July 19.
Ed Laviano of Bellport won the Windmill
Class national championship sponsored by
the Bellport Bay Yacht Club and Windmill
Fleet 21 last weekend. He sailed in the Wanda Lea II.
Bruce A. Baker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Baker
of Edwards Street, Patchogue, was promoted to specialist
fourth class recently. Before entering the
U.S. Army in 1961, Sp4 Baker was employed
as a route salesman for Tri-County Beverage Corp. in Patchogue.
He resides with his wife, Marie Ellen McDonald in Ludwigsburg, Germany.
The breaking-ground ceremony for
the new Bayport High School took place
last Wednesday with Board of Education
Chairman James Wilson Young and board
members, Dr. Frank S. Snell, and Norman
H Gray, on hand. (See Picture Below)
Bayport Girl Scouts who are enjoying
camping, crafts and water sports this week
at Camp Edey are Leslie Bankston, Pau-
lette Rugile, and Lois and Janet Goette.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rutkowski of
Fairview Avenue, Bayport, and their chil-
dren, Dale, Robin and Jill, entertained at
a cookout at their home on Saturday eve-
ning. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Schrage and children, Frank, Valorie and
Marsha, of Bayport, Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Mahler and children, Judith, Deborah and
Timothy, of Sayville, Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Morris and daughters, Linda , and Sandra,
of Blue Point.
Surprised householders in the Connetquot
and Shore Drive section of Idle Hour
were besieged by requests for such odd
and outlandish items, as a rusty nail, a leaf
of lettuce, a bobby pin among other things,
on Wednesday evening, when the area was
swarmed with scavenger hunters from
Beverly and Barbara Weismantel’s 10th
birthday party. Guests included Mrs. Alfred
Bunge, Mrs. William Harrison, Melanie
Roy, Holly Seal, Susanna Starke, Jacque-
line Lent, Elaine St. George, Patricia Fos-
ter, Marian Brooks, Betty Wells, Jacqueline
Lienhop, Donna Meier, their sister, Elaine,
Jay Ehring, Carl Prehwitz, Drew Ronner-
mann, Thomas Arons, William Harrison,
Richard Mergl and Kurt Van Tassel.
Following the weekend’s severe storm,
an apparently displaced mother cat wear-
ing a collar and bell and her kitten, both
pure white and obviously pets, became
the uninvited guests at the Idle Hour home
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph P. Brooks. Mrs.
Brooks is anxious to return them to their
home and would appreciate hearing from
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Forgione, of South
Main Street, Sayville, left by plane on Tues-
day from Idlewild Airport for Naples, Italy,
where they will visit Mr. Forgione’s father
Prof. Enricco Forgione, who has not seen
his son for 45 years.
Mrs. Kenneth Zegel entertained the mem-
bers of her Den 1 Troop at a barbecue
at her home on Division Avenue, West
Sayville, on Saturday. Those present were
Richard King, Michael Zegel, Thomas Ped-
neault, Kenneth Zegel, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob
Demmers and family, and Den Chief Paul Mottl.
The summer recreation program will
have its teen-age dance next Wednesday
at the Bohemia school. On Tuesday they
enjoyed the day at Leja Beach.
Mr. Josephine Stejskal, of Walnut Ave-
nue, was awarded the Hi-Fi record player
given by the Ladies’ Auxiliary of the Bohe-
mia Fire Department on Saturday at the
The Auxiliary of the Joseph P. Kovarik
American Legion Post is running a game
night on Tuesday, July 29, at eight p.m. for
the benefit of the Sons of the Legion. The donation is $.75.
After five weeks of tournaments, finals for the July Cup Golf
Tourney were played last Thursday. Winners were:
Class A, Mae Ratner of Brookhaven;
Class B, Millie Strano of Bay Shore; and Class
C, Olga Roe of Bellport.
Runners up were: Class A, Emily Czaja of Bell-
port; Class B, Mary Pilger of Patchogue; and
Class C, Ginny McCratty of Islip.
Dr. and Mrs. Chalmers Frazer and their
three children Jack, Hallie and Rowena,
have just returned to their home on Bieselin
Road, Bellport, from a profitable and enjoyable
year in Mayaquez, Puerto Rico. Dr. Frazer,
a physicist at Brookhaven National Labo-
ratory, spent the year at the Puerto Rican
Nuclear Center, where he initiated a pro-
gram in Neutron Diffraction.
The Shaw Real Estate agency has report-
ed the sale of the Jack Clark house on
South Country Road to Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard C. Wetzel of Flushing. The Malcolm
Rider house at 21 Woodland Park Road has
been sold to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Masterson
A surprise bridal shower was given for
Miss Joan Quail of Provost Avenue Satur-
day night by Miss Dana Chambers and Miss
Nancy Lamonica. About 20 guests attended
the shower held at Miss Chambers’ home
on Fireplace Neck Road. Miss Quail will
be married to John Russell of Bellport at
St. Joseph the Worker R.C. Church on Aug. 31.
U.S. Army Specialist Four William L.
Vopelak, son of Mr. and Mrs. William L.
Vopelak of Mastic Beach, was named sol-
dier of the month for the 362nd Signal Com-
pany in Vietnam. Mr. Vopelak graduated
from Center Moriches High School in 1959.
Jeffrey Kay, son of Mr. and Mrs. William
Kay of Center Moriches, has just returned
home after spending two weeks at Camp
Baiting Hollow, Calverton. Another camper
returning home is Charles Meyer, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyer.
Miss Renate Griebel, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Theodore Griebel of Shirley and a 1963
graduate of William Floyd High School, is
spending several weeks in Germany visit-
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: “Donovan’s Reef,” starring John
Wayne and Lee Marvin; at the newly refur-
nished Rialto Theatre: “Mondo Cane;” at
the Plaza Theatre: Dean Martin in “Toys in
For after-theatre drinks and snacks, try
the Colonial Inn, 165 Montauk Highway,
Blue Point, specializing in the finest of
cocktails and liquors, excellent food served
in a gracious atmosphere from 5 p.m. to
A “bond-burning” ceremony, denoting
the final payment on the bond issue that
made Patchogue’s municipal pool possible
10 years ago, will take place Aug. 27 at
the poolside, said Mayor Robert T. Wald-
bauer. The ceremony will highlight the
Village Recreation Department’s annual
Aqua Show, which this year will have an
international atmosphere and has tenta-
tively been dubbed, “Around the World in
Robert Bruce Blakeslee, 17, of East
Patchogue has been accepted for admis-
sion at State University Agricultural and
Technical Institute at Delhi. The son of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Blakeslee, he will study
hotel and resort management.
Captain Don H. Johnson of Patchogue
graduated from the United States Air
Force’s Squadron Officer School at the Air
University at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala.
A graduate of Patchogue High School, he is
being reassigned to Laughlin AFB, Texas.
The Patchogue Rotary Club abandoned
its usual weekly indoor luncheon to take
advantage of the good weather this week
by taking a boat ride to Fire Island. Chair-
man for the outing was Alex Pfeifle and
along for the ride were Rotary President
Jack Luchsinger and Lincoln G. Schmidt of
Patchogue, Republican designee for pre-
siding justice of the new Suffolk District Court.
The Sayville Cabinet for the Poor is con-
ducting its annual appeal for funds. Letters
have been mailed to residents of Sayville
and surrounding communities in which
each family is asked to contribute two dol-
lars. All the money received is invested in
hospital beds, wheel chairs, crutches and
other sick room needs used in the home to
help the ill and those caring for them.
The Sayville Chamber of Commerce will
begin distributing its consumer buying
guide tomorrow to determine the buying
habits of residents in the community. The
survey will help the merchants’ group to
seek ways of improving shopping facilities
The combined Bayport and Sayville High
School bands will give two outdoor con-
certs, the first at Bayport High School on
Wednesday, August 6, and the second at
the Greene Avenue Elementary School on
Wednesday, August 13, both at 7:15 p.m.
The two outstanding bands under the joint
direction of George Raynor and Charles
Van Schaick will number over 100 players.
This is the first year the two bands have
combined for a concert. It promises to be
one of this summer’s outstanding events.
The program to be given will feature
two overtures: “Green Acres” and “Main
Street, U.S.A.;” two musicals: “The Pajama
Games” and “The King and I,” and the fol-
lowing selections: “El Capeo,” “Jamaican
Rhumba,” “Por Que,” “Lietensteiner Pol-
ka,” “Driftwood,” and “Around the World,”
as well as two concert marches, “Beaded
Belts,” and “Colonel Bogey.”
Youth Fellowship members of the Bay-
port Methodist Church who are at the
Methodist Training Camp in Shelter Island
Heights this week are Patricia Norton, of
Bayport, and Jack Garhart, of Blue Point.
Mr. and Mrs. A.O. Bernhard, of Kens-
ington Avenue, were guests on the boat
“Sea Swallow” of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph
Veverka, of Oakwood Avenue, while Mr.
and Mrs. P.A. Dixon, of Bayport Avenue,
enjoyed the hospitality on the boat “Play-
time,” belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Rich-
ard Hambley, of Kensington Avenue. The
four couples, on the two boats, enjoyed
two weeks of cruising along both shores
of Long Island, completely encircling the
island. Good weather and calm waters
made the trip enjoyable and they returned
to their homes on July 18th.
Plans have been made for the last two
trips of the Oakdale-Bohemia-Islip Town-
ship- sponsored recreation program. Next
Wednesday, Recreation Director Reuben
Wecker and his counselors will take the
children and parents who care to go on
the famed around Manhattan Island boat
trip. One dollar will pay for the fare, and
children are advised to carry their lunch.
The final trip of the summer on August
13th will be a repeat voyage by ferry to
Leja Beach for a day of swimming in the
Atlantic. Yesterday the recreation program
participants boarded a train at Oakdale
which whisked them off to Montauk for a
full day of sightseeing.
Land’s End on Browns River Road in Say-
ville, invites all to try a refreshing swim in
their new saltwater pool. Pool admission
is $.50. Night bathing under lights. Lock-
ers available by the day, week or balance
Miss Judith Ann Solberg, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Solberg of Gillette
Avenue, Patchogue, was married to Joseph
Henry Dilg, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Dilg
of Jennings Avenue, Patchogue at 4 p.m.
Sunday in the Patchogue Congregational
Robert L. Baldwin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert A. Baldwin of Potter Street,
Patchogue, has enlisted in the U.S. Marine
Corps. Following his training at Parris
Island, S.C., Mr. Baldwin will be
transferred to Camp Lejeune,
N.C. for four weeks of highly
specialized combat training.
He attended Patchogue Senior
John Rampulla and Jimmy
Haas of Patchogue Shores spent
a week at the Boy Scout Camp
After spending a week at
Whale House Point, Great
South Beach, Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert Brown and family returned
to their home on Main Street,
Miss Evelyn Moger and Ron-
ald Moger of Country Club
Road were hosts at a barbecue
on their lawn Saturday night.
Their guests were Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Stern, Mayor and Mrs.
Henry Bedell, Mr. and Mrs.
George Houston, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Frasca and Mr. and Mrs.
Spending the month of August
with the John Binnington fam-
ily on Browns Lane is Huldin
Ozasian of Turkey, who is a
classmate of Tom Binnington at
Tarkio College, Mo.
Thomas Mazzei, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Mazzei of Montauk
Highway, Blue Point, celebrated
his seventh birthday at a fam-
ily gathering in his home last
John and Peggy Rose, children of Mr.
and Mrs. Richard Rose of Park Avenue,
Blue Point, celebrated their birthdays
Monday with a double birthday party.
About 14 friends were invited. Michael,
Patty, James and Mary Ann, brothers and
sisters of the birthday children, were also
present. John was 6 years old and Peggy
was 8 years old.
Carolyn Huthmann, Barbara Saudo,
Patricia Wagner and Patricia Ward, mem-
bers of the Medford Girls 4-H club, were
among the 35 outstanding girls in the
county, who were guests of the county on
a tour of the Vanderbilt and Heckscher
museums, Aug. 1.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Keith Rowley of Beaver
Dam Road were in Boston over the week-
end. Mr. Rowley sailed with Jim Egan of
Bellport in the Atlantic Coast champion-
ship races for the Thistle class. Their boat
came in seventh.
Last year’s winner of the Long Island
Advance’s pet show was Dennis Glover
of Center Moriches. His entry was a duck
with a crest of feathers on its head. This
year’s show, which will be held Sept. 1 in
the H.C. Bohack Company’s parking lot on
Main Street, Center Moriches, is expected
to be bigger and better than those of previ-
Chester Osborne of Center Moriches
took a busload of children who performed
recently at the school concert at Jones
Beach marina, as a token of appreciation
to see, “Around the World in 80 Days.”
Miss Ruth Trimble, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Trimble of Center Moriches,
celebrated her birthday Aug. 4, while
attending Albany State College.
Bahama bound are Mr. and Mrs. Antho-
ny Libati of Windsor Place, Shirley. Mr.
and Mrs. Libati were photographed aboard
the M.S. Italia, which took them to Nassau
in the Bahamas for a summer vacation.
Frank Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Miller of Shirley, left on Friday with
the Connie Mack baseball team of North
Patchogue for Elmira, where they will play
the Elmira team. His parents accompanied
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Mr. and Mrs. Pat T. Felice of Park Place
entertained at dinner Tuesday evening Mr.
and Mrs. Francis Valentino and children of
Largo, Fla., and Mr. and Mrs. James Patanel-
la of Patchogue. The couples are neighbors
in Florida in the winter.
Mrs. Elizabeth L. Raynor of East
Patchogue has been appointed to the Advi-
sory Council of the American Institute of
Parliamentarians. Mrs. Raynor is a certified
Guest of honor at a dinner party held
Aug. 9 at the Old Mill Inn in Mattituck was
Miss Elaine Maier of South Country Shores,
in honor of her coming marriage to William
Heiselman of East Patchogue. Given by
her fellow employees, the dinner was well
attended and the hostess list was extended
to include Mrs. John T. Tuthill and her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. John T. Tuthill III.
Especially invited guest was Mrs. Christian
Maier, mother of the bride-to-be.
Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Overton of Oak Street
will celebrate their 65th wedding anniver-
sary tomorrow. They expect to spend it
quietly at home.
Mr. and Mrs. Orville Meyer and daughter
Linda of Conklin Avenue have returned
home from a cruise to Nassau, aboard the
Art Fuccillo, of Nick Fuccillo & Son, fuel
oil dealers, Patchogue, was presented with
the low net golf prize at the annual golf out-
ing of the Oil Heat Institute of Long Island,
held at the Huntington Crescent Club.
Mark Perrodin of East Patchogue cel-
ebrated his 7th birthday on Aug. 8 with
eight friends who were taken to Carvel by
his father, Paul R. Perrodin.
Twelve-year-old Jackie James of Bellport
captured three first-place wins for the 50-
yard dash, broad jump, and softball throw
at the Brookhaven Town Track and Field
meet held at Patchogue High School. Her
distance in the broad jump was an amazing
16 feet, 2 1/2 inches, one foot further than
that turned in by the first-place boy in the
same age category.
Newcomers to Bellport are Dr. and Mrs.
Frank Bushfield, who are moving here
tomorrow from Connecticut. They have
bought Mrs. Joseph Parson’s house on Bell-
port Lane. Mrs. Parsons will be staying in
Dr. Leonie Marshall’s house on Bell Street
for the next three weeks.
Last Friday, Miss Cathy Kouts of
Brookhaven flew to Chicago to spend two
weeks with her sister, Miss Anne Kouts,
who, as a student of Antioch College, is
working at the Museum of Natural History
in Chicago for the summer.
Mr. and Mrs. David Hartman of Center
Moriches celebrated their first wedding
anniversary on Aug. 5 with a dinner at the
Sunrise Restaurant, Main Street.
A busload of Center Moriches Little
Leaguers left last Saturday morning for the
Polo Grounds to see the Mets play baseball.
Some of the boys were Billy and Kevin
Fechter, Kevin Both, John Wolfenden and
James Tworoger. This is an annual treat for
Rudolf Schulz of Shirley is enjoying a
three-week vacation from the Brookhaven
Highway Department. Other residents who
are on vacation from the highway depart-
ment are: Thomas DeNicola, Basil Bate-
man, Charles Valder and Charles Wood, all
of Shirley; Charles Breslin, Frank DeMar-
tino and Richard Davin, all of Mastic.
Playing at the Patchogue Theatre this
week: “Mutiny on the Bounty,” starring
Marlon Brando and Trevor Howard; at the
Shirley Drive-in Theatre: John Wayne and
Lee Marvin in “Donovan’s Reef;” at the Bell-
port Gateway Playhouse: “The Unsinkable
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Jackie Robinson, the first Negro to play
in major league baseball and a star with
the former Brooklyn Dodgers, will be the
featured speaker at the third annual Free-
dom Rally, which will be held tomorrow
at Patchogue Junior High School under
the auspices of the Patchogue branch of
the NAACP. Mr. Robinson will be met by a
motorcade at S. Waverly Avenue and Sun-
rise Highway. Any church, organization
or business is invited to take part in the
motorcade. No admission will be charged
to the rally, to which the public is invited.
The Patchogue Civic and Garden Club
has announced the winners of the Yard of
the Month awards for August: North, Mr.
and Mrs. Robert L. Hughes of 51 Whip-
poorwill Lane; East, Mrs. Joseph Knizeski
of 165 North Ocean Avenue; South, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Yablonsky of 33 South
Prospect Avenue; and West, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Arcuri of 60 Fourth Street, all
Now training at Fort Dix, N.J. is Pri-
vate Alan G. Widmark, son of Mrs. Rich-
ard Arendt of Liberty Street, Patchogue.
Before entering the Army, Pvt. Widmark
attended Patchogue High School. He has
been assigned to B Company of the Third
Training Regiment for eight weeks of basic
Mr. and Mrs. William S. Handley of
Patchogue announce the engagement of
their daughter, Joan Carol, to Richard
Edwin Pils, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Pils
of Bellport. Miss Handley is a graduate of
Patchogue Senior High School. Mr. Pils is
a graduate of Bellport High School and is
presently employed with the Suf-
folk County Welfare Department
in Bay Shore.
The christening of Joy Ann
Sinuk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Sinuk of East Patchogue,
took place at St. Joseph the
Worker R.C. Church, Aug. 18. The
godparents are Army Specialist 4
Charles Corsi of Fort Monmouth
and East Patchogue and Mrs.
Robert Laine of Floral Park. Mr.
and Mrs. Sinuk held a recep-
tion following the ceremony for
about 20 guests including the
grandmothers, Mrs. Mary Savoia
of East Patchogue and Mrs. Mary
Sinuk of East Moriches, and the
baby’s 14-year-old brother Wal-
Malcolm Johnson of Bellport
attended the New York State
Archery Tournament held at
Watkins Glen on the weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Donald Pfei-
fle and family are spending two
weeks at the Walter B. Weidler
home on Point Road. Former
residents of Bellport, they now
operate Sugar Loaf Inn, King-
Moira Rudden, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Rudden of
Browns Lane, celebrated her 10th
birthday last Thursday night with a pajama
party. Those attending were Pam Sinkoff,
Margit Dahl, Cynthia Cox, Joann Waldron
and Debbie Lancaster. Moira is spending
this week at Girl Scout Camp Edey, Bay-
The Brookhaven Fire Department has
received delivery on a new 1,000-gal-
lon pumper and 1,000-gallon tank truck,
making seven pieces of equipment in the
department. Twenty-eight members and
four trucks took part in the Mastic Fire
Department parade last Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kalil and chil-
dren of Blue Point have returned from a
six-week vacation in Syracuse, where Mr.
Kalil, who is a teacher in the Bellport High
School, attended the university, having
been awarded a government scholarship to
study modern methods of mathematics.
A ribbon cutting ceremony took place
last Tuesday to celebrate the opening of
Bond Bread’s new distribution plant and
retail store on Route 112, North Patchogue.
Bill Costigan will be manager of the new
plant, which handles wholesale distribu-
tion for Suffolk County and includes a
Mrs. Lizbeth Goldsmith, who is retiring
after 25 years with Murray’s clothing store,
Center Moriches, was presented recently
with an engraved watch at a luncheon at
Sunrise Restaurant, Center Moriches. Join-
ing her was Mrs. Nan Townsend, owner,
and John Bates, store manager.
The first to enter a pet in the Long
Island Advance Pet Show was Helen Kruk
of Center Moriches. She brought her pet
rabbit to the Advance office no more than
an hour after the newspaper hit the stands
Airman Eugene J. Nicholas, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Nicholas of Shirley, is
being reassigned to Amarillo AFB, Texas
for technical training as a United States
Air Force aircraft maintenance specialist.
He is a graduate of William Floyd High
Now playing through Aug. 25 at the Bell-
port Gateway Playhouse: John Carradine
At Gene’s Market, 1414 Montauk Hwy.,
East Patchogue: boneless roast beef, 79
cents pound; freshly ground chop beef, 49
cents pound; flank steak, 89 cents pound.
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A quarter of a century ago, 36 busi-
nessmen with the common objective of
community service, joined together and
formed the Kiwanis Club of Patchogue. On
May 8, 1938, Kiwanis International formal-
ly presented the Charter to the club’s first
president, Douglas E. Brown. The current
president is Alfred J. Chiuchiolo.
Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Raione of North-
ridge Street have announced the engage-
ment of their daughter Mary Ann to Robert
Bruce Funck of Jamaica. Miss Raione
is a senior at Patchogue High School.
Mr. Funck is presently employed by Hills
Supermarkets in Centereach.
A training course that lasted for 12 weeks
and covered 10,000 miles has been com-
pleted by Cadet Warren Kedenburg, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Lucas Kedenburg of Barton
Avenue, and Cadet John W. Mattfield, son
of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Mattfield of
Clinton Avenue, both Patchogue. Both are
sophomores at the State University of New
York Maritime College and are majoring
in marine transportation. The
ports they visited on board the 470-
foot training ship Empire State IV
were Albany, N.Y.; Dublin, Ireland;
Bremen, Germany; Antwerp,
Belgium; Naples, Italy; and Palma
de Mallorca of the Balleric Islands, Spain.
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce R. Loesch
of North Williams Street, East
Patchogue gave a family birthday
party for their year-old son Bruce Loesch Aug. 16.
About 15 guests attended, including his grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Ferruzzio of Huntington
and Mr. and Mrs. George Loesch of Holtsville.
James Hunter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Hunter of North Brewster Lane, has enlist-
ed in the United States Marine Corps and
is stationed at Parris Island, S.C.
After spending two months at the
National Music Camp, Interlochen, Mich.,
Miss Barbara Finn has returned to her
home on South Country Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Eleazer of New
Jersey Avenue spent a few days this week
with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Lewis of Newark, N.J.
A surprise was in store for Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph C. Lewis of Blue Point recently
when they were stopped by a state high-
way patrolman near High Point, N.C. and
complimented on their safe driving. They
accepted an invitation to be the guests of
the High Point Lions Club and the City of
High Point for the night. This is one of the
projects of the safety committee of the
High Point Lions Club. Every Thursday
afternoon a family is invited to be the guest
of the city and the club.
Thomas Flynn returned to his home in
California after spending several weeks
here visiting relatives and old friends. He
had been away from Medford for 52 years
and was surprised at the many changes
and growth of the community.
Mrs. Kathryn Hickey of Senix Avenue
will join the staff of the Center Moriches
Schools, Sept. 4 as a registered nurse.
Major and Mrs. Alfred Hartig of Center
Moriches returned recently from Spain,
where the major was stationed at Torrejon
Air Base, Madrid. He left last week and
will be stationed at the McGuire Air Force
Mr. and Mrs. George Schweers of Mastic
Beach have announced the engagement
of the daughter, Gail Patricia, to Alfred
Piccarelli of Mastic Beach. Miss Schweers
and Mr. Piccarelli are both graduates of
William Floyd High School, class of 1961.
Miss Schweers is presently employed at
H.C. Bohack Company in Bellport, and Mr.
Piccarelli is in the U.S. Navy, on the USS
Guardian at Dansville, R.I.
Playing this week at the Patchogue The-
atre: “Wives and Lovers,” with Janet Leigh,
Van Johnson and Shelley Winters; at the
Rialto Theatre: “The Caretakers,” starring
Robert Stack, Polly Bergen and Joan Craw-
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