April 3
On Saturday night, the music organi-
zations of the Bayport Schools will hold
their spring concerts.
Mrs. Ann Mendelson , who is the moth-
er of Mrs. Leonard Schatz is staying at
their home to take care of Mr. Schatz and
the children until Mrs. Schatz returns
from Brookhaven Hospital where her
daughter was born.
William Keller, son of Mr. and Mrs.
William Keller of Arthur Avenue, who
is blind and who is a member of the
Bayport Methodist Sunday School, was
selected the winner last Friday night at
an organ playing contest held in the Pat-
chogue Theater.
Honor students in Sayville High School
were announced this week. On the high
honor roll are seniors: Robert Cerel-
lo, Virginia Cerello, Raymond Gilmar-
tin, Elizabeth Peters, Marcia Martinez,
Richard Jones, Jacqueline Wenk, Sandra
Grust, Edwin Stimpson, Joan Taverni,
Anthony Fournier, Nancy Shaw, Mildred
Kreye, Cynthia Cone, Robert Pomponio,
June Heitzman, Albert Schelsinger, Kathy
McGarty, Joanna Iseldyke, and Susan
Schaeff. Juniors are: Patricia Mailar,
Michael Parsons, Barbara Schauder, Syl-
via Teikmanis, Lillian Schmidt, Richard
Vanderbough, Carole Barone, John Hoek,
Carol Wood, Richard Cooley, Walter Sick-
es, Anne Bienek, Jerrilyn Julian, Michael
Quinto, Michelin Marcell. Sophomores
are: Gary Rehm, Judith Slager, William
Dickes, Edward Bullock, Tove Hasselriis,
Michael Roberts, Sue Dwelle, Judith Bev-
elander, John Kulicki, Patricia Johnson,
Jacqueline Conrad, Sarah McKee, Marga-
ret Eales, and William Worrell. Freshmen
include: Karen Remmer, Wayne LoCurto,
Patrick Stamile, Craig Woodard, Law-
rence Tuminello, Andrew MacCornack,
and Ann Herba.
Mother’s Day Food Specials! Fresh and
lean chopped beef – 59 cents per pound;
Miracle Whip Salad Dressing – 49 cents
for quart jar; Maxwell House Coffee -
$1.33 for 2-pound can; Sunshine Hydrox
Cookies – 29 cents for large cello bag.
Shands, Bayport.
Treat Mother to dinner on her day! Dog
and Duck Restaurant in Sayville.
Rexall Saccharin Tablets – 100’s: ¼
grain – 2 for 36 cents; ½ grain – 2 for 46
cents; 1 grain – 2 for 56 cents.
All the streets in the Idle Hour section
of Oakdale will be shortly identified by
signs posted by the Islip Town Highway
Department, Councilman Donald J. Kuss
announced this week. The signs were
requested by Mr. Kuss to make it easier
for doctors, police, firemen and ambu-
lance crews on emergency calls.
“Our Town,” presented by the Oak-
dale-Bohemia Recreation Department, is
scheduled for tomorrow evening at the
Oakdale School. Tickets will be sold at
the door and all proceeds will be turned
over to the Children’s Dramatic Club. In
the cast are some familiar names: the
Rev. W. Scott Bennett, Alice and John
McGorty, Tonia and Thomas Arons, Gus
and Garry Rehm, Constance Edwards,
Joseph Marcell, Olga Rail, Shirley Laxer,
Robert Roy, Mary Thompson, Jacqueline
Peyton, Betty Gates, Trude Raymond,
Audrey Holland, Lillian Savino, Bette
Moore, Bud McAuliffe, and several oth-
ers. Alan Scott is the director of the
production and Mrs. Charles Hall directs
the chorus.

April 10

Miss Judith Perry entertained at her
home on Folger Street. Her guests
included the Misses Sherry Short, Patti
Petersen, and Lida Schieber of Bayport
and Dorothy Gottwald of Sayville. Mr.
and Mrs. William Kuikens and three chil-
dren of Fairlawn, N.J. have moved into
the Elwood Style home on Rollstone
Avenue.
Pigeon raising and racing represent
the hobby of 11-year-old James Byron of
Briar Circle, West Sayville.
Mrs. Joseph Uhorchak and Mrs. Ber-
nard Pagels of Bohemia, Mrs. Robert
Roy of Oakdale, Mrs. Douglas McNicol
of Sayville, trainers for the South Shore
Girl Scout Council gave an out-of-door
course for leaders at Pioneer at Camp
Edey.
St. Anne’s Altar Society held a suc-
cessful cake sale Sunday morning where
Mrs. George Ruzicka won a very special
cake.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Brooks with their
two children, Marian, Elizabeth and Bar-
ry, have just flown back to their home on
Biltmore Avenue, Oakdale after visiting
their aprents in Warwick and Kenilworth
Castles, the Tower of London where the
crowns jewels are on display, and to
Stratford-on-Avon.
Lunch for tomorrow at Oakdale-Bohe-
mia Schools will be Macaroni and tuna
salad, Harvard beets, carrot and celery
sticks, egg salad sandwich, jello, milk.
 

April 17

On Saturday night, the music organiza-
tions of the Bayport Schools will hold their
spring concerts.
Mrs. Ann Mendelson , who is the mother
of Mrs. Leonard Schatz is staying at their
home to take care of Mr. Schatz and the
children until Mrs. Schatz returns from
Brookhaven Hospital where her daughter
was born.
William Keller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wil-
liam Keller of Arthur Avenue, who is blind
and who is a member of the Bayport Meth-
odist Sunday School, was selected the win-
ner last Friday night at an organ playing
contest held in the Patchogue Theater.
Honor students in Sayville High School
were announced this week. On the high
honor roll are seniors: Robert Cerello, Vir-
ginia Cerello, Raymond Gilmartin, Elizabeth
Peters, Marcia Martinez, Richard Jones, Jac-
queline Wenk, Sandra Grust, Edwin Stimp-
son, Joan Taverni, Anthony Fournier, Nancy
Shaw, Mildred Kreye, Cynthia Cone, Robert
Pomponio, June Heitzman, Albert Schel-
singer, Kathy McGarty, Joanna Iseldyke,
and Susan Schaeff. Juniors are: Patricia
Mailar, Michael Parsons, Barbara Schauder,
Sylvia Teikmanis, Lillian Schmidt, Richard
Vanderbough, Carole Barone, John Hoek,
Carol Wood, Richard Cooley, Walter Sick-
es, Anne Bienek, Jerrilyn Julian, Michael
Quinto, Michelin Marcell. Sophomores are:
Gary Rehm, Judith Slager, William Dickes,
Edward Bullock, Tove Hasselriis, Michael
Roberts, Sue Dwelle, Judith Bevelander,
John Kulicki, Patricia Johnson, Jacqueline
Conrad, Sarah McKee, Margaret Eales, and
William Worrell. Freshmen include: Karen
Remmer, Wayne LoCurto, Patrick Stamile,
Craig Woodard, Lawrence Tuminello,
Andrew MacCornack, and Ann Herba.
Mother’s Day Food Specials! Fresh and
lean chopped beef – 59 cents per pound;
Miracle Whip Salad Dressing – 49 cents for
quart jar; Maxwell House Coffee - $1.33 for
2-pound can; Sunshine Hydrox Cookies – 29
cents for large cello bag. Shands, Bayport.
Treat Mother to dinner on her day! Dog
and Duck Restaurant in Sayville.
Rexall Saccharin Tablets – 100’s: ¼ grain
– 2 for 36 cents; ½ grain – 2 for 46 cents; 1
grain – 2 for 56 cents.
All the streets in the Idle Hour section
of Oakdale will be shortly identified by
signs posted by the Islip Town Highway
Department, Councilman Donald J. Kuss
announced this week. The signs were
requested by Mr. Kuss to make it easier
for doctors, police, firemen and ambulance
crews on emergency calls.
“Our Town,” presented by the Oak-
dale-Bohemia Recreation Department, is
scheduled for tomorrow evening at the
Oakdale School. Tickets will be sold at the
door and all proceeds will be turned over
to the Children’s Dramatic Club. In the cast
are some familiar names: the Rev. W. Scott
Bennett, Alice and John McGorty, Tonia and
Thomas Arons, Gus and Garry Rehm, Con-
stance Edwards, Joseph Marcell, Olga Rail,
Shirley Laxer, Robert Roy, Mary Thompson,
Jacqueline Peyton, Betty Gates, Trude Ray-
mond, Audrey Holland, Lillian Savino, Bette
Moore, Bud McAuliffe, and several others.
Alan Scott is the director of the production
and Mrs. Charles Hall directs the chorus.

April 24

First of the Season! Bohack’s Long
Island Ducks just 39 cents per pound!
Extra large Cuban pineapples only 29
Cents each! Fresh scallops just 79 cents
per pound!
The Bayport High School freshmen
held the Freshman Hop with a Paris
theme with streaming flowers donated
by local florists and with 180 students
and their friends in attendance.
Clarke Minardi won the camera at the
game and card party at the Bayport Ele-
mentary School.
Mr. and Mrs. F. Graham Baumback
and baby son, Frederick, of Brooklyn
moved into their new home on Oakwood
Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Riutkowski
and daughters, Dale, Robin and Jill of
Fairview Avenue, were dinner guests on
Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Mahler in Sayville.
The Bayport Girls Sport Club met at
their camp, Equitation Lodge Tuesday
when they painted all the corral fenc-
es with boys from Brentwood as their
guests. Mr. and Mrs. Howard McKee are
the club advisors and were the chap-
erones at the cookout. Dancing was
enjoyed after the steak supper.
Following cocktails at the Land’s End,
Mr. and Mrs. John Kovarik were given
a farewell party at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. William Miller in Bayport. Mr. and
Mrs. Kovarik left on Monday for St.
Augustine, Fla. where they will make
their home.
John Leigh-Manuell spent Saturday in
Manhattan where he visited the Ring-
ling Brothers Circus at Madison Square
Garden.
 

 

 

 

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