April 2
Mayor Robert T. Waldbauer recent-
ly welcomed Walt Disney executive
Joseph Pellegrino with a proclamation
and key to the village. Mr. Pellegrino
officially opened Swezey’s Department
Store “Salute to Disneyland,” which
is part of the store’s 71st birthday
sale. Joining in the welcome was Kim
Swezey, store president.
Louis, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Luis
Llanes of Gerard Street, was baptized
Sunday in the Patchogue Congregation-
al Church. The godparents are Mr. and
Mrs. John Bullard of Patchogue. A par-
ty for about 30 guests was held at the
Llanes home. Among the guests were
the baby’s grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Malsky.
Miss Patricia A. Still, who is a junior
at Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa.,
was a member of the 8th annual wom-
en’s aquatic show presented in the uni-
versity’s Freas-Rooke swimming pool.
Miss Still is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ira W. Still Jr. of Hill Street.
Joseph C. Valentine Jr., who attends
Union College in Schenectady, is spend-
ing his mid-semester vacation with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Valen-
tine Sr. of Jayne Avenue.
Miss Kathleen McAleer, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. McAleer of West
Avenue, was one of 10 nursing students
named to the director’s list of St. Eliz-
abeth’s Hospital School of Nursing,
Honeymooning in Washington, D.C.
are Mr. and Mrs. William T. Scibek,
who were married at 4 p.m. Sunday in
Our Lady of Mt. Carmel R.C. Church,
Patchogue. The bride is the former Miss
Nikki Diane Mannino of Patchogue.
Patchogue Business and Professional
Women’s Club’s Woman of the Year
is Mrs. Robert Sheridan of East Pat-
chogue. At a gala meeting of the club
held at Republican headquarters, Blue
Point last week, Mrs. Sheridan received
a plaque from president Mrs. Arthur
Bottinger. Offering congratulations was
Mrs. Sheridan’s employer, Supervisor
Charles R. Dominy.
Warren Malone of St. Joseph the
Worker School, East Patchogue,
won first prize in a diocesan science
fair recently. Frank Pell, also of St.
Joseph’s, brought honor to his school
by winning honorable mention.
Airman Amos E. Jones, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Elijah Jones of Bellport, has
been assigned to Kindley AFB, Bermu-
da. Airman Jones is a graduate of Bell-
port High School and enlisted in the
U.S. Air Force last September. Airman
Jones is assigned to the 55th Air Rescue
Squadron, which has the responsibility
of conducting search and rescue opera-
tions in that area of the Atlantic Ocean.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McChesney
Jr. and their three sons, Harvey III,
Dean and David, of Bellport Lane, have
returned from a 10-day vacation in
Mrs. Thomas F. Simmons of Santurce
Puerto Rico, was an overnight guest
at the home of Capt. And Mrs. Har-
old Bohn of South Country Road last
Thursday afternoon.
Home from Syracuse University for
the spring vacation are Miss Torrey Hal-
lock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Hallock, and Jeffrey Coon, son of Mr.
and Mrs. George Coon, of Bellport.
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Weiss of South
Country road have returned from a ski-
ing vacation at Vail, Colo.
Miss Martha Fuller, a student at Rus-
sell Sage College, Troy, is home for the
spring vacation.
Miss Gail Gilliamsen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Christian Gilliamsen of Clover
Lane, Brookhaven, who is a graduate of
Kings County School of Nursing, class
of 1964, and also a Bellport High School
graduate, recently received her first
promotion at Central Islip State Hospi-
tal to head nurse in the operating room.
Sunday morning, an exhibit of the
photographs of Marshall Bull, Brookha-
ven, will be shown with a coffee hour
at the Old South haven Presbyteri-
an Church immediately following the
church worship at 11 a.m. The exhibit
will continue during the month of April.
Marshall Bull is the 25th area artist
to exhibit in the series at the church,
known collectively as Left Bank on the
Right Bank.
Young people now studying with the
Rev. Charles A. Kellogg in the commu-
nicants class are: Stephen Brown, Mar-
garet Sylvester, George Stirling, Ninon
Lacey, Gail Baker, Ricky Mohlmann, all
of Brookhaven; and Jeanne Gardner of
Bellport. The class meets Fridays at 8
p.m. in Mr. Kellogg’s home.
Donald and Roger Foster, twin sons
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Foster, for-
merly of Middle Road, Blue Point, were
confirmed March 18 at the Episcopal
Church of Banning in Banning, Calif.,
where the Fosters are now residing.
Their grandfather, Gustav Stahl Sr., of
Blue Point, has been visiting them since
Feb. 28, and having an enjoyable visit.
On Sunday night, the Foster family and
Mr. Stahl telephoned the Ralph Schmidt
family of Middle Road from a family
telephone booth in Disneyland, where
they were visiting. Mrs. Foster and Mrs.
Schmidt are sisters.
The Golden Age Club of Blue Point
met March 23 in the cafeteria of the
Blue Point Elementary School with
George Corsa of Blue Point presiding.
Mrs. Mary George led in prayer and
Oscar Rappe led the salute to the flag.
After a short business meeting, refresh-
ments were served and games were
enjoyed by the members. Anyone 50
years of age or older is invited to join.
Joseph Mazzei, Raymond Stoenner,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sanwald and
Mesdames Winnie Somampong, Lewis
Rose, Otto Medeck, James Striffler and
Charles Santini accompanied 47 boys
of Cub Scout Pack 49, Blue Point, on a
train-subway trip Saturday to the Unit-
ed Nations in Manhattan.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kern of Center
Moriches celebrated the 11th birthday
of their daughter, Peggy, March 26 with
a bowling party for some of her friends
at the Mastic Lanes. Jean Zeneski, Cin-
dy Barker, Maureen McQuain, Kath-
leen Dumont, and her sister, Bonnie,
enjoyed refreshments in the evening.
Expert in firing the .45 caliber pistol,
the highest mark a soldier can achieve
in the pistol qualification test, is the
rating granted Army Specialist 4 John
C. Riha of Mastic Beach. Spec. Riha,
who is stationed at Fort Hood, Texas,
is a tank gunner with Company A, First
Battalion of the Thirteenth Armor.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: “John Goldfarb, Please Come
Home,” starring Shirley MacLaine and
Peter Ustinov; at the Rialto Theatre:
“Quick Before it Melts,” with George
Maharis and Robert Morse.
April 9
Miss Jane Sackstein has returned to
Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, Ohio
after spending her 10-day vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Julie Sackstein
of Roe Boulevard. Miss Sackstein had as
her guest her roommate, Miss Jane Free-
man, of Oak Park, Ill.
Miss Carol Fadeley, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. William Fadeley of Pine Neck
Avenue, has become a member of the
Alpha Chapter of the Agonian Sorority
of the State University College at Gen-
eseo. Miss Fadeley is a freshman and is
majoring in elementary education. She
is arriving home Saturday to spend the
Easter vacation with her parents.
Mrs. Jennie Byrne of East Lakewood
Street has just received word that her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Malcolm Ryder, have arrived safely in
Bogota, Colombia for a vacation with
Mrs. Byrne’s brother and sister-in-law,
who reside there.
Major and Mrs. Fred Pape and their
two sons arrived Saturday at Wright-Pat-
terson Air Force Base, Dayton, Ohio,
where he will be stationed. He was
formerly assigned to Walker Air Force
Base in Roswell, N.M. Mrs. Pape is the
former Esther Connelly, daughter of Mrs.
Charles E. Connelly of Rider Avenue.
Major Pape is the son of Fred Pape,
Jayne Avenue.
Miss Jill O’Brien, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. William F. O’Brien of Park Street, a
sophomore at Elvira College, has been
named the new director of Twaintones, a
student-led singing group. This year Miss
O’Brien is secretary of Perry Residence
Hall and a member of Elmiris honorary
society, as well as a member of Mira-
Chords, a 32-voice traveling chorus. Miss
O’Brien is a graduate of Patchogue High
Three past exalted rulers of Patchogue
Lodge of Elks installed their respective
sons in office at ceremonies last Thurs-
day night at the Elks’ clubhouse. They
are Harry Macy and son, Donald, lectur-
ing knight; Herman Saperstein and son,
Michael, exalted ruler; and Ralph Carci-
ello and son, Robert, organist.
The Patchogue Fishing Club held its
26th annual dinner-dance at the 112
Lounge in Medford recently. Introduced
were incoming officers and directors:
Irving Seostrom, president; Carl Hal-
green, first vice president; Arthur Yar-
rington, second vice president; Robert
Scoen, treasurer; Thomas Kehlenbeck,
financial secretary, and Joel T. Runk-
el, secretary. The directors are: Willard
Maginnes, chairman; Carl Dippel, George
Dietz, James Belmonte, Victor Yanna-
cone and Charles Moffett.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wirshup of
Edwards Street announce the engage-
ment of their daughter, Miss Kathleen
Tobin, to Michael F. Stelling, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Herman D. Stelling of Maple
Avenue. Miss Tobin is a 1964 graduate of
Patchogue High School and is presently
employed at W.T. Grant and Company,
Patchogue. Mr. Stelling attended Seton
Hall High School before entering the U.S.
Navy. He has just completed a three-year
tour of active duty in the Pacific and is
presently employed by Clare Rose Dis-
tributors in Patchogue.
A 26-year-old Bellport man escaped
serious injury early Sunday in a one-car
accident in Bellport. James W. Carle of
New Jersey Avenue told police that he
was eastbound on Main Street when a
vehicle cut him off about 4:20 a.m., forc-
ing him into the Bellport Yarns Store,
operated by Mary Hughes of Browns
Lane. The building is owned by James V.
Greco of East Patchogue.
Miss Patricia Slechta, a student at
Jackson College, Medford, Mass., vaca-
tioned at home last week with her par-
ents, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hamilton Slechta
of Smythe Court.
Paul Hassell retuned to Syracuse
University on Sunday after spending a
week’s spring vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hassell of South
Country Road. His house guests for the
week were Miss Sheryll Barnes of Fall
River, Mass., Steve Beaudry of Stuttgart,
Germany and Jim Marshall of Cleveland,  Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. John Coakley of Bell
Street have announced the arrival of
their adopted daughter, Ellen Charlotte,
who is 7 months old.
Members of Den 5 of Cub Scout
Pack 28, Bellport, accompanied their
den mother, Mrs. Walter Bergskaug, on
a field trip to Mayer’s Flower Cottage
in Patchogue Tuesday afternoon. The
Pack’s April theme is “Green Thumb.”
Mrs. Walter Ebersole assisted with the
John Shiminski, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Theodore Shiminski of Yaphank Avenue,
celebrated his 7th birthday April 5 with a
party for his family and friends.
Bonnie Wruck, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Wruck of Stillwoods Road,
Brookhaven, celebrated her first birth-
day April 3 with a family party.
Captain and Mrs. John T. Tuthill have
returned from a three-month motor trip
to Acapulco, Mexico. While there, they
were joined by Mrs. Tuthill’s sister, Mrs.
Louise C. Dillard of Patchogue, who
returned home with them.
In the state finals of speech and debate
held at Albany April 2 and 3, Daria Rob-
biano, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James
Robbiano of Brookhaven, tied for second
place for her dramatization of a scene
from “Anastasia,” by Marcella Moreau.
Ninety-six schools from the state partici-
pated in the tournament held at the state
university. Seton Hall’s varsity debate
team of Kathy Felton, Patricia Mulvaney,
Roger Podesta and Gregory Schmidt
placed sixth.
The monthly business meeting of the
Busy Beavers 4-H Club was held in the
Blue Point Elementary School cafeteria
 Friday. Mrs. Angelo Orlando, Mrs.
Richard Clunan and Mrs. Albert Schmitt
helped the girls to make 4-H Sewing
booklets. There was 100 percent atten- dance.
On March 26 at the monthly meeting
of Cub Scout 40 of Medford held at the
Tremont Avenue School, Mark Follmer
and Howard King of Oregon Avenue
graduated from Webeloes to Boy Scouts.
Both boys have become tenderfoot
scouts in Troop 5 of Patchogue.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: “Major Dundee,” with Charlton
Heston and Richard Harris; at the Rialto
Theatre: “Bus Riley’s Back in Town,”
starring Ann Margret and Michael Parks;
and at the Shirley Drive-In: James Garner
and Julie Andrews in “Americanization
of Emily.”

April 16
Robert Monahan, son of Mr. and Mrs.
James Monahan of Cleveland Street,
returned to Morehead State College,
Ky., after spending his spring vacation
at home. Bob will play the part of Val
in the next drama department play,
“Tartuffe.” The play will be given in the
Little Theatre at the college, Aug. 29
through May 1.
Miss Lynne Bianca, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Bianca of Bianca
Road, has been pledged to the Univer-
sity of Tampa’s chapter of Zeta Tau
Alpha, national social sorority. Miss
Bianca, who is a graduate of Patchogue
Senior High School, is a freshman
majoring in elementary education at
the university.
Girl Scout Cadette Troop 57 of Pat-
chogue is busy making Easter baskets
for the pediatric ward of Brookhaven
Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Seymour Vide-
lock is their leader and is assisted by
Mrs. Carol Roman.
Miss Carol Waldbauer, who attends
Georgetown University in Washington,
D.C., is spending the Easter vacation
with her parents, Mayor and Mrs. Rob-
ert T. Waldbauer of Cedar Grove Street.
Miss Waldbauer has as her guest Miss
Mary Margaret Prestel of Buffalo, who
is a student in the School of Nursing at
the university.
Jack Ellsworth, station manager of
radio station WALK, has been unani-
mously elected to the board of direc-
tors of the Empire State FM School of
the Air. The school is an educational
program broadcast statewide to high
schools twice a day for 2 ½ hours.
Member stores of the Merchants Divi-
sion showed off the latest spring styles
Saturday in a fashion show on a special
ramp in front of the Patchogue Theatre.
Among the younger models was Karen
Swezey. Miss Anita Genna of Patchogue
High School was moderator. The stores
showing a variety of spring fashions
were Youth Fair, W.T. Grant, Swezey’s,
Carl and Bob’s, Blum’s and Roth’s.
Showings were at noon and 1 p.m.
Mr. and Mrs. William Paxson of Oak
Street announce the engagement of
their daughter, Barbara Louise, to John
Janis, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Janis
of Grove Avenue. Miss Paxson is a grad-
uate of Patchogue High School, class of
1963, and is presently attending Suffolk
Community College, Department of
Nursing. Her fiancé is a graduate of Pat-
chogue High School, class of 1961, and
the State University Agricultural and
Technical Institute, Farmingdale, class
of 1963, and is presently employed at
Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corp.
The annual fashion show and card
party will be given by the Rosary Altar
Society of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel at
the parish hall on First Street on April
22. Mrs. Vincent Mirando is chairman.
Mrs. Edward Cork is president. A mink
stole will be awarded during the eve-
Purchasing the first tickets to “An
Evening in Hawaii,” theme of the Spring
Dance sponsored by the Holy Name
Society of St. Joseph the Worker R.C.
Church, East Patchogue, were Mr. and
Mrs. Gene Garruppo. On the menu will
be East Patchogue “poi,” better known
as lasagna, and other delicacies. Liquid
refreshments (how about a Hawaiian
punch?) will be available at a moderate
cost. Festivities will begin at 9 p.m.
April 24 in the auditorium of St. Joseph
the Worker School.
Boy Scout Troop 128, East Patchogue
met April 8 at the home of Robert Auer
of Munsell Road, assistant Cubmaster.
Nine scouts attended. Plans are being
formulated for the Scout troop to have
a day at the Brookhaven Rifle Range.
The annual election of officers of the
Bellport Fire Department took place
last Thursday night at the firehouse.
Mort Czaja returned as chief and August
Waldron was elected to succeed him.
Edward Bishop became first assistant
and W. Tyson Dominy second assistant.
First Lieutenant John W. Ohlsen, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ohlsen of South
Country Road, was recently decorated
with the U.S. Air Force Commendation
Medal at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska. Lieut.
Ohlsen was awarded the medal for
meritorious service as an information
officer at Lincoln AFB, Neb. He is now
chief of the Alaskan Forces Radio Net-
work at Elmendorf AFB.
Capt. Harold Bohn of South Country
Road drove his son David and Andrew
Borg to New York City Monday to
attend the opening baseball game of the
New York Mets against the Los Angeles
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Johnson of
Country Club Road entertained at
canasta Saturday night Mr. and Mrs.
William Muller, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Olsen and Miss Evelyn Moger. On Sun-
day, their son, Arthur, returned to Prov-
idence, R.I., to continue his studies at
Brown University after spending spring
vacation with his family.
Kirk Roeser of Bellport, who is in
the National Guard, has completed his
basic training and is now stationed at
Fort Knox, Kentucky, for a six-month
period. Last weekend, he visited his
sister, Miss Karen Roeser, at the Uni-
versity of Kentucky in Lexington.
On Friday, the kindergarten class
of Brookhaven Elementary School had
a field trip to the Brookhaven Free
Library with their teacher, Mrs. Bar-
bara Kiuffa. They enjoyed a reading of
M. Sasek’s “This is New York” by the
librarian and received Mary Poppins
book markers.
The Rev. and Mrs. I.A. Falk of Blue
Point spent three days last week visit-
ing relatives and friends in Akron and
Dr. and Mrs. Albin W. Swenson Jr. of
Middle Road, Blue Point, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Karen
Madeline, to Lawrence Thomas Nico-
sia, son of Mr. and Mrs. Salvatore P.
Nicosia of Farmingdale. Miss Swenson
is a graduate of Seton Hall High School
and presently a student of nursing at
Southampton Hospital. Mr. Nicosia
received his bachelor’s degree in edu-
cation at the State University of New
York at Oswego and a master’s degree
in education at Hofstra University. He
is presently on the faculty of the East
Memorial School in Farmingdale.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: “Cheyenne Autumn,” featuring
James Stewart, Edward G. Robinson
and Richard Widmark; at the Rialto
Theatre: George Maharis and Richard
Basehart in “The Satan Bug,” and at
the Plaza Theatre: Richard Burton and
Peter O’Toole in “Becket.”


April 23

The Patchogue Stamp and Coin Club
will hold a two-day exposition April
30-May 1 at the Four Sisters Center,
South Ocean Avenue. Over $10,000
worth of stamps and coins will be on
display. The officers of the club are:
William Schoenig, president; Olaf Olsen
Sr., vice president of coins; George
Bienemann, vice president of stamps;
Robert Atkins, secretary; and Donald
Wright, treasurer.
Patchogue Day at the World’s Fair is
being dated for May 20. Mayor Robert T.
Waldbauer phoned village officials from
the World’s Fair to inform them that
all arrangements have been completed
with fair officials and that special rates
are now set with the Long Island Rail
Road. Tickets will go on sale at the Four
Sisters Community Center starting next
The Valley National Bank of Long
Island invites you to “Meet the Mets”
with Jack Ellsworth, Sunday, April 25
from 12:15-1:15 p.m. over stations WALK
AM and FM, Patchogue and WRIV, Riv-
erhead. Some of the interviews will
include: Cleon Jones, Wes Westrum, Ed
Kranepool, Yogi Berra, Warren Spahn,
Billy Cowan, Jack Fisher and Larry
Patchogue Recreation Department’s
Award Night for the senior division of
the boys basketball league took place
recently. Roy Krieger, commissioner of
recreation made the presentations on
behalf of the department to: Les Smith,
Ronald Summers, Ken Swaner, Dave
Murphy, Patsy Bosco, Joe Bealer and Al
Perez. The boys were coached by Steve
Members of the Patchogue Fire
Department recently elected as the
department chief, H. Daniel Gillette.
Francis Hutton was elected deputy
chief, Edward Yost, first battalion chief
and Vincent Felice, second battalion
Sam Piccininni was elected chief of
the Hagerman Fire Department in vot-
ing April 8. He succeeds Michael Gallo.
Lucien Toucas, famous executive chef
of the Astor Hotel in New York City,
retired recently after 42 years at the
Astor and is now enjoying himself in his
home and garden at Woodacres Road,
East Patchogue. Over the years, he has
personally prepared dishes requested at
the Astor by legions of notables includ-
ing Harry S. Truman, Gen. Dwight D.
Eisenhower, Gen. Douglas MacArthur,
Sir Winston Churchill and Charles De
Gaulle. “Even Castro,” he said. Mr. Cas-
tro liked his chicken and rice.
Boy Scout Troop 128, East Patchogue,
met April 15 at the home of Robert
Auer, assistant scoutmaster, on Munsell
Road. Eleven boys attended. A demon-
stration of proposed ways were given in
sitting, standing and prone positions in
rifle shooting.
Miss Ellen French, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Willard French of South Brew-
ster Lane, visited for a few days last
week with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford R. Hale
of New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Larkin and son,
Wayne, of Las Cruces, N.M., former
residents of Bellport, visited last week
with Mrs. Larkin’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Kayel of Brookhaven. They cele-
brated Mrs. Kayel’s birthday while here.
Theresa Gordon, 15-month-old daugh-
ter of Mr. and Mrs. James Gordon of
Academy Lane, fell down a flight of
stairs last week and broke her leg. She
is in traction at Brookhaven Memorial
Hospital. Her father is on her way home
from Korea, where he has been sta-
tioned for the past year.
Last week, Mr. and Mrs. James
Vaughan and family of North Howells
Point Road toured New York State,
stopping to visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Koehler of Mayfield, Mr. and Mrs. John
Vaughan of Morrisville, John Vaughan
of Brockport and Mrs. Vaughan’s family
in Troy.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stock and fam-
ily of Country Club Road vacationed
last week in the Washington, D.C. area
and visited many points of interest in
the nation’s capital. They especially
enjoyed attending the National Cathe-
dral on Palm Sunday.
Mrs. Norman Huston of Arthur Ave-
nue, Brookhaven recently held a cock-
tail hour for a few friends to meet of
Philadelphia, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wiswall and
family of Beaver Dam Road recently vis-
ited his mother, Mrs. Richard Wiswall,
in Salem, Mass.
Francis P. Miller Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Francis Miller of Burnett Lane,
celebrated his 6th birthday April 13 with
a party for his family and friends in his
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wnenta of Car-
man Boulevard entertained at an Easter
dinner. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Craven, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kalinows-
ki and their family and Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Darrow and their family, all of
Brookhaven; and Mr. and Mrs. Willem
Van der Zalm and their family, of Bell-
port. After dinner, the children enjoyed
an outside Easter egg hunt.
Mrs. John Sacco Jr. of Barteau Ave-
nue, Blue Point entertained at a lun-
cheon party Monday in celebration of
the third birthday of her son Jay. Their
guests were Mrs. Stephan Sessions and
daughter, Erika, Maureen and Robert
Morley and Kevin and Kathy Fox.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bevis and sons,
Milton, Drew, Lawrence and Jeffrey,
spent Easter with Mrs. Bevis’ mother,
Mrs. Lillian Drew and family in Reading,
Lieutenant and Mrs. William C. Brown
Jr. of Bayport announce the engagement
of their daughter, Miss Barbara Mae
Brown, and Richard Albert Schmitt, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Albert Schmitt of
Blue Point. Miss Brown is a recent grad-
uate of James Wilson Young High School
and is presently employed by Hunter
Metal Industries, East Patchogue. Mr.
Schmitt is employed by his father.
Diane DeBruyn, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Anton DeBruyn of Medford, cele-
brated her 4th birthday April 13. A party
with an Easter theme was enjoyed by
her brothers, Glenn and Stephen, her
neighborhood playmates and Valerie
Quatuccio and her mother, Mrs. Lydia
Quatuccio of Bellport.
Wedding anniversary greetings to Mr.
and Mrs. Romeo Rullo and to Mr. and
Mrs. Nicholas Branciforte, of Shirley,
both of whom celebrate April 27.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: John Wayne, Claudia Cardinale
and Rita Hayworth in “Circus World”; at
the Rialto Theatre: Walt Disney’s “Those
Galloways,” starring Brian Keith and
Vera Miles; and at the Plaza Theatre:
“World Without Sun,” the award-win-
ning documentary by Jacques Cousteau

April 30

The Golden Age Social Club celebrat-
ed their 13th anniversary at Whirlaway’s
Inn on Bay Avenue, Saturday. A special
anniversary luncheon was served at 1
p.m. Mrs. Jennie McGinnis was a guest
of the club. “Happy Birthday” was sung
for Mrs. George Vollmer. Pictures of the
club were shown of the original mem-
bership when the club was organized 13
years ago.
Lori Jean Haas, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Haas of Herbert Circle,
celebrated her 4th birthday April 20
with a party in her honor. The décor was
centered around ballerina decorations.
Those present were Irene Jensen, Donna
La Batto, Terri O’Neill, Diane Camacho,
Jean, Jan Marie and Joey Themann and
Linda Mitchell. Also the guest of honor’s
brothers, Donald and David.
Mrs. William Stevenson and infant
son, William II, left last Wednesday night
from Kennedy Airport for Turkey, where
she will join her husband, Airman 2/c
William Stevenson, who is stationed
there. Mrs. Stevenson is the former Miss
Terry Lyn Smith, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Fred T. Smith of River Avenue.
Mrs. Flossie Brink of Middlesex, N.J.
visited her sister, Mrs. Jennie Byrne of
Lakewood Street, last week. Mrs. Brink
formerly lived in Patchogue and Sayville.
Over 200 attended the card party and
fashion show presented by Roth’s and
Jr. Deb of Patchogue last Thursday at
Mt. Carmel Parish Hall, and the highlight
of the evening was the awarding of a
Ranch mink stole to Mrs. Alfred Chiuchi-
olo of West Lake Drive. Card party priz-
es were given away by local merchants.
Miss Mary Jane Terry, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bruce Terry of Maple Avenue,
has accepted a junior high school home
economics teaching position for Sep-
tember 1965 at Sagamore Junior High
School, Holtsville. Miss Terry, a 1961
graduate of Patchogue High School,
majored in the home economics pro-
gram at the State University College,
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stiriz of Lake
Drive announce the engagement of their
daughter, Patricia A., to Richard W.
Parliman, of East Patchogue. Miss Stiriz
is a graduate of Patchogue High School
and the University of Bridgeport. She
is a member of the faculty of Tremont
Avenue School, where she teaches first
grade. Mr. Parliman is a graduate of Bell-
port High School and served four years
in the U.S. Air Force and two years in the
U.S. Merchant Marine. He is presently
employed by the C.M.R. Dredging Com-
pany, East Patchogue.
Good grooming awards recently went
to Patchogue High School students spon-
sored by the Blue Point Laundry and
the Merchants Division. Voted as best
groomed boy and best groomed girl by
their fellow students were Ron Lenowitz
and Jane Dranitzke. Walter Borawski
was awarded a certificate for the best
essay on the subject of grooming.
William Hermus of North Brewster
Lane, Bellport, entered the Flying ‘A’
gasoline company contest at Brown’s
Garage in Bellport recently. This week
he was notified that he is one of the
winners. His award is in the mail — a
statuette of a baseball player.
David Streit of Brown’s Lane has been
named to the cast of “The Beggar’s
Opera,” the third major production of
the school year by the Lawrence Uni-
versity Theater, Appleton, Wis. A senior,
Mr. Streit is a member of Beta Theta
Pi fraternity and has worked on or
appeared in three previous productions
of the university theater.
Bellport Fire Chief August Waldron
of North Brewster Lane is recuperating
at his home following recent surgery at
Brookhaven Memorial Hospital.
Sp-4 John Fuoco returned to Fort
Lewis, Wash., last Thursday after spend-
ing three weeks leave with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Fuoco of Association
Road. He expects to get his discharge
from the U.S. Army in November.
The Deucey Bridge Club will meet this
afternoon at the home of Mrs. John Ince
of Brown’s Lane.
Miss Natalie Bliss and her sister, Mrs.
Thomas Webster, heard the Bach C
Minor Mass sung at Carnegie Hall last
Wednesday night.
Members of the Bellport High School
orchestra, accompanied by Jack van
Brederode, orchestra instructor, and
Walter Ebersole, director of music,
attended a rehearsal of the Philharmon-
ic Symphony Orchestra at Carnegie Hall
last Thursday.
Saturday, Miss Florence Crowell and
Miss Ethel Crowell, Mrs. Thomas Web-
ster and Miss Natalie Bliss attended the
Packer Alumni Luncheon at the Hotel
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trotta and son,
Frank Jr., of Woodland Park Road
recently flew to Washington, D.C. for a
three-day vacation.
Calvin Demarest of Bieselin Road
has resumed his duties as principal of
the West Islip Elementary School after
recovering from an illness.
Keith Lockwood, son of Mr. and Mrs.
John Lockwood of General McLean
Drive, celebrated his 11th birthday April
20 with Erik Eades and Leo Kirchgess-
ner, who were his dinner guests.
The Brookhaven Junior Fire Depart-
ment held its annual election April 21.
The following officers were elected:
Edward Godziszewski, captain; Jack
Adams, lieutenant; Allen Palevsky,
secretary; Anthony Tanza, treasurer;
Michael Fink, drill captain and William
Cirello, assistant drill captain.
Mrs. Alan Baker of Beaver Dam Road
will be spending the next few days in
New York City. During her stay there
she expects to attend the Metropolitan
Scott Wruck, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Wruck of Stillwoods Road, cele-
brated his 10th birthday April 17. Scott,
along with his family and a few friends,
attended the circus in Commack in hon-
or of the occasion.
Blue Point Fire Department: Chief
Richard Hambley and Capt. Charles
Clough represented the department
with their wives at the annual dinner
of the Bayport Fire Department at their
firehouse; First Assistant Chief George
Densing and Capt. John Considine repre-
sented the department with their wives
at the annual dinner of the West Sayville
Fire Department at Bronco Charlie’s
restaurant in Oakdale; and Second Assis-
tant Chief Otto Medeck and Capt. Frank
Rossiter represented the department
with their wives at the annual dinner of
the Holbrook Fire Department at their
firehouse, all on Saturday night.
Mrs. Ethelyn Smith of Park Street,
Blue Point returned home by plane
Friday from Linden, Wash., where she
spent the winter with her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hers-
mann and family.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: “Masquerade,” with Cliff Rob-
ertson and Jack Hawkins; at the Rialto
Theatre: Meet the Go-Go Girls in “Get
Yourself a College Girl.”





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