October 2

The winner of a “back-to-school” bicycle
awarded by Swezey’s Department Store,
Patchogue, is Mark Corley of Potter Street.
He was congratulated by Jack Luchsinger,
vice president, and Josephine Jubenville,
boys’ wear buyer, Swezey’s. Accompanying
Mark to pick up the bicycle was his cousin,
Richard Hansen.
Mrs. Richard Rothe held a plastic demon-
stration party at her home on Terry Road
recently, with about 12 guests present. The
demonstrator was Mrs. Terry Abruzzo of Patchogue.
The engagement of Miss Rose Marie Spit-
ale, daughter of Mrs. Salvatore Spitale of
Amity Street and the late Salvatore Spitale,
to William Felice, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lois
Felice of Lakeland Avenue, Patchogue, has
been announced by her mother. Miss Spit-
ale is a graduate of Seton Hall High School.
Her fiancé is employed by his father at
Texaco Service Station, West Main Street,
Patchogue. An October 1965 wedding is planned.
Among top bowlers who have signed for
Professional Bowlers Association National
Championship competition are two area
men — Johnny Meyer of Lake Ronkonko-
ma and Mike Chiuchiolo of Patchogue. The
$60,000 event will be held at the Garden
City Bowl, Garden City from Nov. 3-8. First
prize is $7,500.
Dominic Mercurio scored one touch-
down and passed for two more, the second
with just four minutes remaining, to lead
Patchogue’s junior varsity football team to
a 19-14 victory over Bay Shore JV Satur-
day afternoon on the losers’ field. Charlie
Higginbotham was on the receiving end of
Mercurio’s game-winning pass that covered
21 yards. Bob Yarrington ran over for the
extra point for the game’s final margin.
Russell Hodges, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert W. Hodges of Sterling Avenue, is
a member of the largest freshman class in
history at State University College at Oswego.
The freshman is enrolled in the college’s
industrial arts program.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Brienza of East Patchogue
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Nancy, to David Aviano, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aviano of Patchogue.
The trustees of the Bellport Historical
Society have elected Mrs. George P. Morse,
of Brookhaven, as trustee. She fills the
vacancy caused by the resignation of Mrs.
Mary C. Heede, of Bellport.
A party was given Saturday afternoon
for Joanne Waldron in celebration of her
11th birthday by her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
August Waldron of North Brewster Lane.
Ten guests were present.
Mrs. I. William Bianchi Jr., of Bellport
Lane, entertained the Gourmet Club for luncheon
and bridge at her home last Wednesday afternoon.
Dr. and Mrs. Stanley Seltzer and their two
sons are living in Ithaca, where Dr. Seltzer
is teaching for a semester in the chemistry
department at Cornell University. While
they are away, their home on Bieselin Road
is being occupied by a scientist and his family
from Brookhaven National Laboratory.
Richard F. Beth of Bellport has been
accepted into the Woodrow Wilson School
of Political Science at Princeton University,
where he is in his junior year. He spent the
summer months in Washington, D.C., working
on Congressman Otis Pike’s staff.
Mr. and Mrs. Murray Rosenblatt and fam-
ily have moved to Patchogue. Their house
on General McLean Drive has been sold to
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Poten and family.
Corporal Stephen Bonyun, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Bonyun of Brookhaven,
is spending a month at home before leaving
for three months to finish his enlistment
with the U.S. Army in Red Stone Arsenal in Alabama.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Stumme of Wantagh are
the new owners of the Medford Delicatessen
in the Caccioppo building, west side of Route 112.
Recently wed were Mr. and Mrs. Matthew
Vona, who were married at a nuptial Mass
in St. John’s R.C. Church, Center Moriches,
by the Rev. Matthew J. Wisniewski. The
bride is the former Miss Mary Ann Bielski
of Center Moriches.
Newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Edward
Allan Hynes, who were married Sept. 26 in
St. John the Evangelist R.C. Church, Center
Moriches. The bride is the former Miss
Lucille Ann Farra of Mastic Beach.
The first of a series of trees to be plant-
ed on Main Street should be placed in
the ground by November 1st, according
to an announcement by Mrs. John P.
Geoghan, president of the Sayville Garden Club.
Frank Fridrich, a member of the Say-
ville Fire Department, has won the
monthly award for heroism for carry-
ing five men to safety through a win-
dow during a spectacular fire which
destroyed the Bayview Plaza on the
morning of Sept. 27.
The opening of Sayville Musical Work-
shop’s performance of “Wonderful
Town” will open tomorrow evening, and
the cast and crew are resting their ach-
ing backs, weary legs and hoarse voices
after 20 hours of rehearsal last week.
Steven Jonas, 16, of Bayport Avenue,
attended the New York State Youth Con-
ference in Albany as one of 165 teenage
boys and girls who met to discuss prob-
lems of youth in modern society.
This week’s school lunch menu for
Bayport Elementary School includes tur-
key noodle soup; spaghetti with meat
sauce; peanut butter and jelly sandwich;
and peach pudding.
Children stared in awe at a giant vacu-
um cleaner used in removing soot from
Adelphi College’s Sayville branch this
week after the building was hit by a fire-
bug Saturday morning.
The marriage of Miss Shari Ellen Hart
of Ira Place, Bayport, and David Ashley
Brewer, of Bay Avenue, Bayport, took
place on Saturday in St. Anne’s Episco-
pal Church in Sayville. The bride wore a
floor-length gown of Chantilly lace made
with long sleeves, Sabrina neckline with
seed pearl and sequin trim.
You can serve better meals and save
at Shand’s, Bayport’s Hometown Market since 1912.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lanka of Walnut
Avenue, Bohemia, received a nice pres-
ent on their wedding anniversary: a new
granddaughter, Mary Rose Lanka, born
to their son and daughter-in-law, Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur O. Lanka of Bohemia Parkway.
Victor’s Barbershop, Smithtown Ave-
nue, Bohemia, now has two barbers. It
is open every day except Monday from
8:30 a.m. until 7 p.m.
The Joseph Kovarik Post, American
Legion, of Bohemia, will sponsor a Hal-
lowe’en ragamuffin costume parade Sat-
urday afternoon, Oct. 31 at 2 p.m. There
will be prizes for the best costume and
treats for all.
The annual picnic of the Ancient Order
Hibernians of Suffolk County was held
on Sunday at the home of the president,
Christopher J. Smith Sr. of Dale Drive, Oakdale.
The pace of preparation for the Oak-
dale Family Bazaar is accelerating: the
committee is now accepting donations,
ranging from spoons to spinets, bread
boxes to bicycles.
You’re invited to celebrate the 2nd
Anniversary of Lightner’s Boat Yard
through October 31 with free merchan-
dise giveaways, including life preserv-
ers, boat hooks, yacht ensigns and more!
Now Playing at the new Sayville The-
atre: “Tamango,” starring Curt Jurgens
and Dorothy Dandridge; “Yellowstone
Kelly,” starring Clint Walker; and “The
Devil’s Disciple,” starring Burt Lancast-
er, Kirk Douglas and Laurence Olivier.
Playing this week at the Patchogue The-
atre: “Fail Safe,” starring Dan O’Herily and
Walter Matthau and Henry Fonda as the
President; at the Rialto Theatre: held over
another week - “Cleopatra,” with Elizabeth
Taylor and Richard Burton; and at the Shir-
ley Drive-In Theatre: Fred MacMurray and
Polly Bergen in “Kisses for my President.”
October 9
Elwyn F. Schaefer Jr. of Center Street
recently returned to Columbia University,
New York City, where he has started his
third year of studies, majoring in law and government.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Deedy of Washington
Avenue and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Deedy of
Vernon Avenue have returned to their homes
after spending a few days in Bushkill Falls,
Pa., and visiting many places of interest.
The Alpha Charge of Theta Delta Chi
announces that Joseph Valentine, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Valentine, has been initiated
as a full brother of Theta Delta Chi at Union
College, Schenectady. He graduated from
Patchogue Senior High School and is studying
civil engineering at Union.
Kerri Kaznowski, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Walter Kaznowski of Perry Place, celebrated
her 10th birthday Oct. 10.
“Don’t forget to register” was the advice
of members of South Ocean Avenue Junior
High School’s Political Science Club when
they delivered registration reminders to residents
of the Village of Patchogue recently.
They are: Joe Nehm, Alan Hastings, Nicholas
La Grega, Jeff Rimland, Tom Scott, Lawrence
Markowitz, Russ Bikoff, Joe Mannino, Jeff
Juzwiak, Louis Dioguardo and Michael Scarpati.
The club’s faculty advisor is Salvatore Shortino.
At the Four Sisters Community Center, the
monthly door award at the Senior Citizens
was won by Mrs. Marion Nolan of West Avenue.
The door award at the Friday social was
won by Frederick Waldbauer of Blue Point.
Mrs. Mary Breen of Maple Avenue is moving
to New Mexico.
The last remaining active charter members
of the Patchogue Lions Club will be given a
testimonial dinner Nov. 14 at Felice’s of Patchogue.
They are Robert (Bob) Robertaccio,
well known Patchogue mortician, and C.
John Wolfarth, one time president of South
Shore Transportation Co. Both men were
part of the original group that established
Lionism in Patchogue. The club is now in its
20th year.
Two graduates of Patchogue High School,
John Haag, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Haag
of Mt. Vernon Avenue, and Roger Herold, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Herold of Roslyn
Court, are listed on the 1964 football roster
at Northwestern State College, Alva, Okla.
Both sophomores have seen action at defensive
tackle. Haag weighs 210 pounds and
Herold, 202. Northwestern began its season
with a 44-13 victory over Colorado State, but
have since dropped two conference games to
Northeastern and Southwestern.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kropp of Bellport
have received word that their daughter, Miss
Donna Kropp, who is a junior at Syracuse
University, has made the Dean’s List. Miss
Kropp is majoring in biology.
To celebrate her 10th birthday, Patricia
Gould, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Gould of South Howells Point Road, enter-
tained a few friends at a slumber party at her
home Friday night. Her guests were Martha
Winsche, Ann Lindgren, Diane Madey, Claudia
Wallen and Wendy Demarest.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carleton and son,
Richard, of Browns Lane toured the state of
Maine on the holiday weekend.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haskell of South Country
Road drove to Deerfield, Mass. for the
weekend to visit their son, Clay, who is a
student at Eaglebrook School. They were
accompanied by Mrs. Henry Halsted of Rogers Avenue.
The Bellport Little League has awarded a
bicycle to Mrs. Grace Biscardi of Woodacres
Road. Mrs. Biscardi picked out a girls model
of a Schwinn deluxe at the Herbert Rowse
bicycle shop in Patchogue. Funds raised in
connection with the event will be used to
equip next year’s Little League teams here.
Miss Gail Gilliamsen, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Christian Gilliamsen of Brookhaven,
has received her R.N. after graduating from
the Kings County School of Nursing. She is a
former graduate of Bellport High School and
at present is employed at Central Islip State
Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Darrow of Carman
Boulevard, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kalinowski
of Chapel Road and Mrs. And Mrs. William
van der Zalm of Head of the Neck Road, Bell-
port, spent the weekend at Bennington, Vt.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hambley and children,
Richard, Janet, Jeffrey and Chucky,
of Blue Point, spent the weekend visiting
friends in Binghamton.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Swezey and family
spent the weekend at the Ritchie bungalow
at Blue Point Beach on Great South Beach.
Industry is booming in the heart ofSayville,
with a new manufacturing plant on Greeley Avenue
called Instruments and Accessories Company, Inc.
David J. Johnson, president, reports
that his company is looking for more
employees from this area.
A campaign to stock Adelphi College’s
Sayville branch with sufficient books
to establish a library was launched this
week by college authorities with the
cooperation of “Operation Bootstrap.”
The Sayville library’s phonograph
record collection has grown in three
and one half years to approximately
1,000 albums, including scores of the
Broadway musicals “My Fair Lady,”
“Brigadoon,” “Gigi,” and the new title,
“Gypsy,” with Ethel Merman.
Tickets are available for all five per-
formances of “Wonderful Town,” the
musical comedy being produced by the
Sayville Musical Workshop and starring
Rita Vassallo and Joan Beck.
One of the heroes of Sayville’s 14-7
triumph over Babylon on Saturday was
Skip Kelly, whose bullet passes led to
both Golden Flash touchdowns.
The soccer forces of Bayport High’s
Phantom Booters topped Middle Island,
2 to 0, for their fourth league triumph of
the season.
“Jefferson Davis of Dickans,” a Seal
Point Siamese cat belonging to the
young Anne Marie Kalisak, of Bohemia,
has won many prizes in eastern cat
shows, and is entered in the Long Island
Cat Club championships in Hempstead
Armory on October 17.
Eight-year-old Robert Kerr of Gillette
Avenue, Bayport, caught a six and a
half pound fluke while fishing with his
grandpop, Alex Mitchell, in a rowboat
off Brown’s River.
Mrs. Henry Milton of Ira Place, Bay-
port, held a toy demonstration at her
home with demonstrators Mrs. John
Salaway and Mrs. Robert Dooley.
Harvey Henry, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milton Henry of Oakdale Greens, will
arrive home tomorrow from New Paltz
to spend Yom Kippur with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Raynor of Hollywood
 Drive, Oakdale, spent last weekend
vacationing in the Pocono Mountains.
Concert pianist William W. Ryther II,
son of Mr. and Mrs. William Ryther of
Sayville, is on a three month concert
tour of Europe, where he will perform
in 12 cities.
There will be a smorgasbord on Sat-
urday, October 17 at St. Luke’s Church,
Bohemia, servings from 5 to 8 p.m.
Donation is $1.50 and children .75.
Pvt. Lee R. Brandt of the Fifth Enlist-
ed Training Company, is attending the
Army Ordinance School, Aberdeen
Proving Grounds, Md. Pvt. Brandt is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Brandt
of Smithtown Avenue, Bohemia.
Theodore Roosevelt Republican Club,
Inc., of Bohemia, will hold its annual
Late Snack Dance at Island Hills Golf
Club, Lakeland Avenue, Sayville, on
Saturday, October 17, with music by the
Debonaire’s.
Announcing! A wonderful new world
of Fords for 1960 at South Shore Motors
Corp., 102 North Main St., Sayville, now
offering the Falcon Fordor Sedan, the
world’s most experienced new car and
the easiest in the world to own!
Now Playing at the new Sayville The-
atre: Walt Disney’s “Darby O’Gill and
the Little People,” in Technicolor; and
“The Blue Angel,” starring May Britt
and Curt Jurgens.
Playing this week at the Patchogue Theatre:
 “The Fall of the Roman Empire,” starring
Sophia Loren; at the Rialto Theatre: Held
over - Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton
in “Cleopatra.”

 

October 16

Home on a two-week leave from the Great Lakes Naval
Training Center in Illinois recently
was Eric Pelish, son of Mr. and Mrs. John
Pelish of Patchogue, having completed his
basic training at that base.
On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. John W. Stakes
moved from their Medford Avenue residence
to a new home on Hewlett Avenue in East Patchogue.
Carol Fadeley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
William Fadeley, who is a freshman at State
University College, Geneseo, spent the week-
end here at home with her family. She entertained
her roommate, Miss Marjorie Deal of Vernon Center.
Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Jamieson of Rider Avenue
have received a letter from their grandson,
David Jamieson, who is attending the
University of Alaska. He notes that the fall
coloring in combination with the snow on the
mountains makes the scene seem artificial.
Beth Ann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
Newham Jr. of Wilstan Avenue, was chris-
tened recently at St. Francis de Sales Church
by Father John J. Traynor. Godmother was
the baby’s aunt, Mrs. Nancy Newham and
godfather was the baby’s brother, Guy. Immediately
following the ceremony, a reception was held at
the Newham home for 35 friends and relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scutari of Clark Street
celebrated their 16th wedding anniversary on Oct. 17.
The semi-annual Student Council election
took place at the Medford Avenue School last
Wednesday and the following were named
to office: Jeanne Lacroix, president; Bruce
Feinberg, vice president; and Susan Swezey,
secretary-treasurer. William Howe is faculty advisor.
A signal school promotion to specialist 5/c
has been awarded Charles W. Corsi Jr. of East
Patchogue, who is stationed at the Army’s
Signal Center and School at Fort Monmouth,
N.J. Specialist Corsi’s position is that of senior
record specialist for the school.
Last Thursday, Miss Florence Crowell and
Miss Natalie Bliss, of Bellport, attended a
class luncheon in Greenwich, Conn. They
are members of the alumni association of the
Packer Collegiate Institute.
Miss Georgette Piro entertained six of her
girlfriends at a slumber party last Thursday
night to celebrate her 17th birthday. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Piro of
Woodland Park Road.
Clifford Miller and his son, Clifford Jr., of
South Country Road, and Worth Austin of
North Brewster Lane drove to Pennsylvania
for the weekend. George Miller of Spartans-
burg, Pa. returned home with them to spend
the winter months with his brother and sister-in-law.
Robbie Werner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Werner of General McLean Drive, celebrated
his 5th birthday with a party for a few of
his friends Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs.
Werner entertained a family celebration for
Robbie Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Johnson of Country
Club Road drove to Providence, R.I. over
the weekend to attend the wedding of Royal
Prentiss to Miss Carolyn Malone in a candle-
light ceremony. Mr. Prentiss’s father was a
roommate of Mr. Johnson’s when they were
students at Brown University.
Mr. and Mrs. Zukowski of Brookhaven
attended the soccer game between New Paltz
University and Plattsburg University at New
Paltz on Saturday. Their son Daniel, a student
at New Paltz, returned home with them for
the weekend.
Charles Clough, Donald Kirouac, Richard
Mauck and George Warnken, four members
of the Blue Point Fire Department, met last
week to map out plans for the annual Halloween
costume parade sponsored by the department,
to take place Halloween night at the firehouse.
Marine enlistment for three area men is
recorded at the recruiting station in Bay
Shore. Departing for basic training at Parris
Island, S.C. are Gary C. Cunningham of Cen-
ter Moriches, Raymond Gawlowski of Shirley,
and Albert N. Armstrong of Mastic.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Templeton of Center
Moriches celebrated their 11th wedding
anniversary Oct. 18. They were dinner guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hutton, also of Center
Moriches.
Playing this week at the Patchogue Theatre:
“The Unsinkable Molly Brown,” starring
Debbie Reynolds; at the Rialto Theatre: “The
Thin Red Line,” with Jack Warden and Keir
Dullea; and at the Shirley Drive-In: James
Darren and Pamela Tiffin in “The Lively Set.”
 

October 23

Mrs. Francis L. Brophy of Rider Avenue,
Miss Dorothy Treuer of Church Street and
Miss Marie Brophy of South Ocean Avenue
returned recently from a motor trip to Florida.
Congressman Otis G. Pike last week took
time out from his busy campaign schedule
to discuss his upcoming appearance before
the Woman’s Club of Patchogue, Oct. 28. The
meeting was held at the Knights of Columbus
Hall on Railroad Avenue, Patchogue and was
open to the public. Arrangements were made
for Congressman Pike to appear by Mrs. Dor-
othy Fadeley, president of the Woman’s Club,
and Mrs. Irene Hansen, first vice president.
Thomas Joseph Julian, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Angelo Julian of Park Street, and a graduate of
Patchogue High School, is enrolled in the class
of 1968 at Bridgewater College in Virginia. His
fellow classmates number 229 of a total stu-
dent body of 680.
Mrs. Edward Dew of Medford Avenue
returned Friday night from Malverne, where
she had been taking care of her brother, Harold
 Payne, who had undergone a serious operation.
 Mr. Payne has since returned to the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Milano of Patchogue
announce the engagement of their daughter,
Carolann, to Lawrence Musso, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Lawrence Musso Sr., of Bellport.
Miss Milano is a 1964 graduate of Patchogue
Senior High School and is presently employed
as an assistant bookkeeper at the Long Island
Advance. Mr. Musso is a 1960 graduate of Bell-
port Senior High School, served with the U.S.
Navy for 3 1/2 years and is currently employed
at the Metropolitan Tobacco Company in Pat-
chogue. An April wedding is planned.
The ammunition ship USS Nitro, a unit of
the Sixth Fleet in the Mediterranean, carries
aboard as crewmember Philip Basile, fireman,
of Patchogue. During a stop-off at Naples, Italy,
Fireman Basile was able to visit Rome, Capri
and Pompeii. The Nitro is scheduled to return
stateside in February.
Ken O’Came set a course record and Pat-
chogue High School’s cross country team
clinched the League 2 championship by defeat-
ing Newfield 19-40 Friday on the Red Raiders’
2.4-mile course. O’Came, a senior who is run-
ning for the first time this season, set a PHS
course record in winning in 12 minutes, 42
seconds to erase the mark set by teammate
John Kenna three days earlier against Smith-
town. Coach Frank Provenzano had split his
squad, half going against Smithtown and the
other against Newfield, enabling the Raiders
to compete in the Eastern States run at Van
Cortlandt park in New York.
The 21st wedding anniversary of Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Kreamer of East Patchogue and
the birthday of Dominick Porto were celebrat-
ed with Mrs. Porto, Mrs. Catherine Stephani
and Joseph Stephani, mother and brother of
Mrs. Porto and Mrs. Kreamer, at dinner.
Wayne Sohl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles
T. Sohl of Bellport, has been named cadet
first lieutenant and company commander of
the Cadet ROTC Band Company at Greenbrier
Military School in Lewisburg, W. Va. The
appointment was made by Major Marshall
A. Lanter, professor of military science at
the 153-year-old school. Wayne is a senior at
Greenbrier and is busy with a wide variety of
activities in addition to his outstanding work
with the Band Company.
Approximately 50 members of Cub Scout
Pack 28, Bellport, as well as some of their
families, visited the Bellport and Yaphank Fire
stations Sunday afternoon. The boys were
shown Bellport’s new snorkel truck and how
it is used. In Yaphank, the firemen gave them a
fire demonstration.
The Knit ‘n’ Chat club met Tuesday night at
the home of Mrs. William Patanjo of General
McLean Drive. The group celebrated Mrs. Guy
Relethford’s birthday.
Sheryl Warburton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Warburton of Bieselin Road, was cho-
sen Maid of Honor by the Tarkio College stu-
dent body to reign over the 1964 Homecoming
festivities. Sherry is a senior majoring in educa-
tion at Tarkio College, Tarkio, Mo. Her father
attended the festivities.

October 30

50 Years Ago
October 1964
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cabre of Bailey
Avenue were guests-of-honor at a party in
celebration of their 35th wedding anniver-
sary, Oct. 24, at the home of their daughter,
Mrs. Robert Carlough, in Blue Point. The
hostesses were Mrs. Carlough and Mrs.
Robert Wood of Bellport, another daughter
of the honored guests. About 20 were present.
Mrs. Cabre is the former Miss May Heimroth of Patchogue.
Miss Jane Spavins, daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Walter R. Spavins of Jennings Ave-
nue, has been accepted for the honors
program of study at Swarthmore College
by the faculty. The honors program is a
system of study for the junior and senior
years designed to free from the limitation
of classroom routine those students whose
maturity, interest and capacity suit them
for independent work. Miss Spavins, a
graduate of Patchogue High School, plans a major
in history and minors in fine arts and philosophy.
Mrs. Howard Link of Conklin Avenue
celebrated her birthday last Tuesday,
along with a Halloween celebration held at
Maggio’s Bowling alley with members of
the Ladies’ Tuesday Night bowling league
after the league bowling was over.
Miss Karen Hildreth, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert A. Hildreth of Jones Street,
was recently chosen queen of the 1964
Homecoming weekend at Cortland State
University. Karen, a sophomore majoring
in elementary education, was selected by a
panel of faculty members and representa-
tives of the student body.
Thomas A. McGonigle, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hugh A. McGonigle of Furman Lane,
having completed two years at Beloit Col-
lege, Beloit, Wis., is now attending The
University, Dublin, Ireland, as a third-year
student majoring in English and literature.
He is a 1962 graduate of Patchogue High School.
Dr. Richard Marasco of Cedar Avenue
shot the largest deer of the season to
date at Indian Lake in upstate Hamilton
County last Thursday. He bagged an eight-
point buck with a spread of 30 inches.
The weight was 213 pounds field-dressed
and 270 pounds, estimated by Conserva-
tion Department officers, when alive. Dr.
Marasco said it took 12 hours to drag the
carcass out of the woods. This was Dr.
Marasco’s first deer after four years of
hunting for them.
Capt. Michael Suuberg of East Pat-
chogue was in Japan for the last day of
the Olympics and flew back by jet with
some of the Olympic teams. He arrived in
New York Oct. 27, when Mrs. Suuberg met
him and they celebrated their wedding
anniversary. Capt. and Mrs. Suuberg gave
a costumed birthday party in honor of
the 6th birthday of their son, Martin, on
Halloween. Guests were his brother, Eric,
Carol and Skipper Rasso, James Yancso,
Kenneth Yandoli, Elaine Hines and Billy Lengyel.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Lacks and daugh-
ter, Jennifer, have moved from Circuit
Road, Bellport, to Brookhaven.
Mr. and Mrs. James Sutherland, who
recently returned from a trip to their home
in Scotland, are now living in the Carleton
cottage on Browns Lane. They are
associated with the Brookhaven National Laboratory.
Barbara Dobrie celebrated her 13th
birthday with a pajama party for the fol-
lowing friends Friday night: Carla White,
Paula Feeney, Kathy Penney, Randy
Young, Kathy Lomonosoff, Missy Vineyard,
Gail Koshland and Joanne Costello. She is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Dobrie
of Academy Lane.
On Oct. 24, Mr. and Mrs. Michael McK-
eown of Brookhaven enjoyed a dinner in
New York City and then attended Lincoln
Center to hear the New York Philharmonic orchestra.
Last week, Steven B. Bonyun, son of Mr.
and Mrs. William Bonyun of Brookhaven,
returned to Red Stone Arsenal in Alabama,
where he is to finish his last three months
of his U.S. Army enlistment.
Seaman apprentice Eric Fuchs, son of
Everett Fuchs of Blue Point, has complet-
ed his boot training at the Great Lakes
Naval Training Center and is now home on
a 17-day leave. He will then report to a Key
West, Fla. naval base.
Married in a fall wedding were Mr. and
Mrs. Edward J. Regan in St. Sylvester’s
R.C. Church, Medford. The Rev. Vincent
Figueroa officiated. The bride is the for-
mer Mrs. Eileen Rowan Connelly of Med-
ford. Mrs. Regan is employed at the Med-
ford Post Office and her husband works
with the New York Telephone Company.
Joseph Francis and Francis Joseph, twin
sons of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knight of
Mastic Beach, were 10 years old Oct. 27
and celebrated with a family party and cake.
The Sayville Fire Department has won
The New York Daily News Vamps Award
for September for its excellent work at
the Bay View Plaza blaze late last month.
Chief Albert Weeks’ men were credited
with saving seven occupants of the 158-
room hotel.
Local residents who thought they saw
a flying saucer in the southwest sky at
5:30 p.m. yesterday were mistaken. The
mysterious object was later confirmed
to be an experimental weather appara-
tus sent aloft from Virginia.
Leonard Newhouse, a custodian at
Sayville High School, was a surprised,
somewhat confused, but happy guest of
honor at a baby shower given by fellow
custodians and cafeteria workers Friday.
Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Hauser of Greene Avenue, Sayville, cel-
ebrated their silver wedding anniversary
with a dinner at Bronco Charlie’s restaurant.
Playing this week at the Patchogue The-
atre: From the blistering bestseller, “Where
Love has Gone,” starring Susan Hayward
and Bette Davis; at the Rialto Theatre: “Kit-
ten With a Whip,” with Ann Margaret and
John Forsythe; and at the Sayville Theatre:
Ingrid Bergman and Anthony Quinn in “The Visit.”
 

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