September 3
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Blakeslee have
returned to their home on Rose Avenue
after spending 10 days visiting Captain
and Mrs. Norman J. Reoch in Bermuda.
Mrs. Raymond Lysak and son, Robert,
of Jones Street motored to Washington,
D.C. and spent the weekend. Mr. and
Mrs. Lysak’s daughter, Karen, returned
with them after spending the summer
with her aunt, Mrs. Anna Schlenker.
Miss Lysak will return to Shenandoah
College, Va., Sept. 7. Mr. Lysak is attending
a music conference in Utica.
Mrs. Austin E. Clowes of Jennings Avenue
returned home recently from a trip
by TWA jet to Europe, where she spent
several weeks visiting London, Holland,
Poland and Rome. Mrs. Clowes visited
her father’s sister, Mrs. Anna Sokal, and
a number of cousins in Poland, meeting
them for the first time.
A party for Mrs. Anna Zoller for 30 of
her old friends was held at the home of
Mrs. Herbert Wehrenberg on Oak Street
last Thursday. Mrs. Zoller, who was
celebrating her 81st birthday and spending
the day in Patchogue, is the wife of
the former pastor of Emanuel Lutheran
Church, the late Herman Zoller, and
resided in Patchogue for many years.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ebeling of Howard
Street recently sailed on the North
German Lloyd Line’s “Berlin,” from New
York Harbor to Europe, where they will
travel in Europe and teach in Prague
during their one-year stay.
Recently installed officers of the Patchogue
Lions Club are: Don Hodkin, tail
twister; Abie Siegel, second vice president;
Bob Rose, lion tamer; Bob Bauer,
recording secretary; Ray Kurshner, secretary;
Sam Stahlman, president; George
Knoedl, senior board member; Dale
Whitlock, treasurer; Angelo Julian, third
vice president; and Joseph Lomicky,
first vice president. The club is trying to
top last year’s achievement of donating
$15,000 to local charities, with eyesight
conservation getting the largest share
because it is the Lions’ main project.
Newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Edward
George Brown, who were married Saturday
afternoon in St. Francis de Sales
R.C. Church, Patchogue. The bride is the
former Miss Mary Amelia Monaco of Patchogue.
A reception for 110 guests was
held at Whirlaway’s Inn, Patchogue. Mr.
and Mrs. Brown will spend a week touring
New England and upon their return
they will reside in Patchogue.
Married were Mr. and Mrs. Philip
Manitta in a nuptial mass at 11 a.m. Aug.
14 in St. Francis de Sales R.C. Church,
Patchogue. The bride is the former Miss
Virginia Marie Raskopf of Patchogue.
The bride is a graduate of Seton Hall
High School and is employed by Grumman
Aircraft Engineering Corporation,
Bethpage. The bridegroom is a schoolteacher
and is presently completing his
master’s degree at Adelphi University,
Garden City.
Jackie James of Bellport returned to
competition at the Centereach Swim
meet Saturday and won two gold medals
in the 50-yard freestyle and the 50-yard
backstroke, for the 15- and 16-yearold
girls. She hopes to take up a track
career, which was interrupted by a knee
injury last spring and is setting her
sights on the 1968 Olympics.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wood and children,
Jonathan and Jeffrey, of Gerard Street,
Bellport, have returned home from two
weeks’ vacation at New Pound Lake,
N.H.
Miss Kathy Bergin of Academy Lane
entertained Miss Wendy Fleming and
Miss Elizabeth Holland for dinner last
Wednesday to celebrate her 20th birthday.
Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Budny and
daughter, Dede, of Livingston Road
spent the weekend with Major and Mrs.
James Carberry of Devon, Pa.
Miss Susan Baker, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Carleton of Browns Lane,
is mountain climbing in the Grand Teton
Range in Wyoming with a few members
of the Syracuse University Outing Club.
She will be a junior this year at Syracuse.
Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
T. Everitt of South Howells Point
Road were Mr. and Mrs. H. Justin Patterson
of New York City.
Miss Barbara Finn of South Country
Road has entered the Graduate School
of Music at the University of Michigan,
Ann Arbor, Mich.
Mrs. Augustus Guerrera of Fireplace
Neck Road, Brookhaven gave a buffet
dinner party Sunday in honor of her husband’s
birthday.
Howard Chambers spent this past
weekend in Rhode Island, where the
National Beach Buggy Jamboree was
held. Mr. Chambers is vice president of
the Long Island Beach Buggy Association.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Halpin of Bay
Lane spent last weekend in Milford,
Conn., where they went to enjoy the
National Thistle Champion of Sailboat
races.
Nancy Densing celebrated the 13th
birthday Aug. 26 with a small party
at her home on Namkee Road, Blue
Point. Because of the rain, the planned
pool party had to be cancelled. Nancy’s
guests were Karen Beberian and Louise
Pasternack.
Honeymooning are Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Schmitt, who were married Saturday
in Our Lady of the Snow R.C. Church,
Blue Point, by the Rev. Joseph Benante.
The bride is the former Miss Barbara
Brown of Bayport. Following a trip to
upper New York State they will live in
Patchogue.
Supply field is the enlistment choice
of Kenneth M. Disher of Blue Point,
whose training as supply specialist will
follow eight weeks of basic training. His
enlistment for three years in the Army
was accepted at the Recruiting Station
in Patchogue.
Military police in Korea will be joined
by Private 1/c James J. Murphy of Medford,
who has been assigned to the Second
Infantry Division’s Military Police
Company. Last stationed at Fort Chaffee,
Ark., Private Murphy received his
basic training at Fort Gordon, Ga., in
1964.
Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mulderig and their
children, Gerald and Maureen, of Jamaica
Avenue, Medford, enjoyed a vacation
recently visiting Pennsylvania and Washington,
D.C.
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Collins of Shirley
returned recently from a family reunion
of the Collins family, which was held
in Monroe, Ga. Over 100 members of
the Collins family were present at the
reunion.
Mr. and Mrs. James Venables of Mastic
Beach announce the engagement of
their daughter, Mary Kathleen, to John
Mensch, son of Mrs. Cecelia Mensch and
the late John Mensch of Mastic Beach.
Miss Venables and Mr. Mensch are both
graduates of Mercy High School in Riverhead.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: “The Sons of Katie Elder,” starring
John Wayne and Dean Martin; at the
Rialto Theatre: Held Over! The Beatles
“Help” and at the Sayville Theatre: Walt
Disney’s “The Monkey’s Uncle.”

 

September 10
Five men were credited with saving
two firemen in a blaze early Tuesday
that destroyed the National Shoe Store
and the adjoining Arch Preserver Shoe
Store at 52 East Main Street, Patchogue.
Fire Chief Daniel Gillette said Richard
Collacola and Peter Angelora were
overcome with smoke poisoning. Sam
Ferrante and Win Corston brought Mr.
Angelora out of the burning building,
and the Rev. Richard Chapin, Edward
Mariella Jr., and Cal Ross rescued Mr.
Collacola from the basement, where he
had been fighting the blaze without a
Scot Air Pak. Mr. Angelora was wearing
an Air Pak, which had developed a leak
in the hose. The men were transported
to Brookhaven Memorial Hospital,
where they were treated and released
later Tuesday.
Airman 2/c and Mrs. William S. Stevenson
of Yalova, Turkey, celebrated
their second wedding anniversary Sept.
7 at the Airmen’s Club. Mrs. Stevenson
is the former Miss Terry Lynn Smith,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick T.
Smith of River Avenue. Airman Stevenson
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Stevenson of Bailey Avenue.
Miss Ann Elizabeth Gallo, daughter of
Dr. and Mrs. Sullivan A. Gallo of Shore
Drive, will enroll next week at Marymount
College, Tarrytown, where she
will be a freshman this year. Miss Gallo
is a graduate of Seton Hall High School,
where she was an honor student, on
the yearbook staff and a member of the
Glee Club.
A new dancing school, under the
direction of Mrs. Patricia Wakim, will
open at the Moose Hall on North Ocean
Avenue in September. Mrs. Wakim has
had many years of dance training, most
of which was obtained in Connecticut.
She is married to Edward Wakim,
a teacher in the Patchogue-Medford
school system.
Miss Judy Ruland of Grove Avenue,
daughter of the late Stanley and Anna
Ruland, will graduate from Pilgrim State
Hospital School of Nursing, Brentwood,
tomorrow. Miss Ruland is a graduate of
Patchogue Senior High School, class of
1961.
Miss Donna Kropp, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Bernard Kropp of Country
Club Road, Bellport, will leave this
weekend for her junior year at Syracuse
University. She recently received word
that she made the Dean’s List for the
second semester of 1964-65.
Mr. and Mrs. Deward Eades and family
of George Court have returned to
Bellport after spending July and August
at their summer home in Prospect, Va.
Christopher Streit has returned home
after spending the summer months touring
in Europe. On his way home, he
stopped to see his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Donald Streit, who are temporarily staying
in England.
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hughes of Academy
Lane entertained at a Discotheque at
their home Friday night.
A barbecue and homecoming party
was given Labor Day by Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Wayte of North Brewster Lane
for their daughter, Mrs. Gerald Bieselin,
who has been living in Germany for the
past 1 1/2 years. Her husband, who is
stationed in Kassel, Germany with the
U.S. Army, will arrive home after he
receives his discharge from the Army
Sept. 22.
Mrs. Laurence Paisley and children of
Thornhedge Road lived with a family in
Mexico City for six weeks this summer
and were joined there by Mr. Paisley in
the middle of August. They camped out
on their motor trip home and especially
enjoyed a short stay at Monmouth Cave
National Park in Kentucky.
The marriage of Miss Barbara Jimenez
and H. Fletcher Bedell Jr. will be celebrated
at 3 p.m. Saturday in Christ Episcopal
Church, Bellport. Miss Jimenez is
a 1965 graduate of Adelphi Suffolk College
and will teach junior high school
English at East Islip this year. Mr.
Bedell was also graduated from Adelphi
Suffolk College, 1965, and will attend
Brooklyn Law School this fall. He is the
son of Mayor and Mrs. Harry F. Bedell
of Bellport. Following the ceremony, a
reception will be held at the Bellport
Village Golf Clubhouse.
The Nelson Briggs of Edgar Avenue,
Brookhaven, and their two children
have recently returned from a two-week
vacation touring New England in their
camper. They visited Fort Ticonderoga,
Sturbridge Village, and also the Shelburne
Museum in Vermont. During the
trip they visited with Mr. Briggs’ aunt,
Mrs. Schreyak, a former Islip resident,
in Lanesborough, Mass.
Douglas Hotchkin, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Albert Hotchkin of Chapel Avenue, left
over the weekend to begin his freshman
year at Waynesburg College in Waynesburg,
Pa.
Newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
Nicosia, who were married at 11
a.m. Saturday in Our Lady of the Snow
R.C. Church, Blue Point. The bride is
the former Miss Karen Swenson of Blue
Point.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank R. LePre of Division
Avenue, Blue Point, have announced
the engagement of their daughter, Miss
Mary LePre, to John Mattfeld, son of
Mr. and Mrs. William Mattfeld of Clinton
Avenue, Patchogue.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Baer and children,
Ellen, Joann and Laura, of Barrow
Place returned home last Thursday
after spending five days vacationing in
upstate New York. They visited Niagara
Falls, Lake Placid, Santa Claus Village
and the Corning Glass Works.
Mr. and Mrs. John Masem and children,
John, David, Kathleen and Nancy,
of Medford, spent a recent vacation
touring Washington, D.C., Virginia, Gettysburg,
Hershey and the Amish country
in Lancaster, Pa.
A surprise birthday party was held
for Mrs. Howard Johnson of Redbridge
Road, Center Moriches at the home
of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson of
Howell Place. A barbecue was held for
family and friends.
Airman Third Class Kenneth R. Yarborough,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie F.
Yarborough of Chichester Avenue, has
been selected for technical training at
Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas, as
a U.S. Air Force aircraft maintenance
specialist. He is a graduate of Center
Moriches High School.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: Held Over! “The Sons of Katie
Elder,” starring John Wayne and Dean
Martin; at the Rialto Theatre: “Once a
Thief,” with Alain Delon and Ann-Margret.
 

September 17
Visiting his parents for the Labor Day
weekend was Ronald J. Salamone, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. Salamone of
Mulford Street, who recently received a
doctor of law degree and has accepted a
position on the law faculty of the Loyola
University School of Law in Chicago. Ronald
was valedictorian of Patchogue High
School, class of 1958.
Mrs. Charles Swift of Laurel Street was
guest of honor at a surprise baby shower
given Friday night at the home of Mrs.
Carol Berntsson of Evergreen Lane, East
Patchogue. The shower was given by Mesdames
Peggy Gamaldi, Jean Franco and
Carol Berntsson.
Mrs. R.E. Franklin Sr., of New Port
Richey, Fla., is visiting her daughters,
Mrs. Robert Shannon and Mrs. Ernest
Perry and their families of Patchogue,
and her son, Ralph Franklin and family of
Blue Point.
Miss Susan Ashare, who is a junior at
State University of New York at Albany,
returned to the university on Saturday
after spending the summer vacation with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ashare
of Maple Avenue.
Miss Karen Lysak, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Raymond Lysak of Jones Street,
left Sept. 5 for Shenandoah College, Va.,
where she will enter her sophomore year.
Miss Lysak is majoring in business.
Graduates of Central Islip State Hospital
School of Nursing are Miss Gail D.
Vocht, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore
Karczewski of Second Street, and Miss
Carol Jean Loso, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Clovis Loso of Audubon Avenue.
Both graduates of Patchogue Senior High
School, Miss Vocht has been accepted
on the staff of Mount Sinai Hospital in
Manhattan and will reside there, and Miss
Loso is presently on the nursing staff of
St. Charles Hospital, Port Jefferson.
Honeymooning in Florida are Mr. and
Mrs. Paul F. Herbst, who were married
Sunday afternoon in Emanuel Lutheran
Church, Patchogue. The bride is the former
Miss Shyrle Catherine McDowell of
Blue Point.
Mrs. Helen King of Bay Avenue reported
to Fifth Precinct Patrolman John Heather
that the 1959 car owned by her husband,
William, was stolen sometime after midnight
Monday from the family’s garage.
While golfing at the Bellport Golf
Course Saturday, Dick Kuebler of Broadview
Avenue made an eagle on the eighth
hole. Besides his wife, Flora, other members
of the foursome were Pat and Margaret
Fitzpatrick, also of Broadview Avenue.
John Vineyard, son of Mr. and Mrs.
George Vineyard of South Brewster Lane,
left this week to begin his freshman year
at Oberlin College, Oberlin, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hendrie and their
two daughters of Thornhedge Road have
recently returned from a two weeks’
cruise around Long Island Sound aboard
their boat, Prudence.
A daughter, Deborah Lee, was born at
Brookhaven Memorial Hospital to Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Van Vleck of Browns Lane,
Friday.
After a month’s vacation in North Hero,
Vt., Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Williams returned
to their home on South Country Road
Sunday night.
Mrs. Noel Corngold and Mrs. Frank
Fassman, members of the League of
Women Voters of Bellport, attended a
Water Resources Institute held at Macy’s
community room at the South Shore Mall.
They are active members of the local
workshop studying local water pollution.
Todd Bishop, who was recently promoted
to 3/c petty officer, will report to
the Brooklyn Navy Yard Sept. 20 for his
new assignment. He has spent the summer
months with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Bishop of Bayview Avenue.
Martin J. Heede, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Conrad Heede of South Country Road,
arrived home last Wednesday on the
Aurelia, from Southampton, England,
after spending the summer in England,
touring through several countries accompanied
by Lionel Rosenblatt, a graduate
of Harvard and a former resident of Bellport.
Both young men have left for Palo
Alto, Calif., for graduate study at Stanford
University.
The Board of Education of Central
School District 4 has announced that dedication
ceremonies to commemorate the
opening of Bellport Senior High School on
Beaver Dam Road in Brookhaven are to
be held Oct. 17 in the school auditorium.
Construction of the senior high school
building began in the spring of 1964 and
was completed for the opening of school
Sept. 7.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving Terwilliger of South
Country Road have had as their houseguests
Mrs. Terwilliger’s cousin, Miss Ellen
Pedersen of Denmark, who is in the United
States on a Fulbright scholarship. With
Miss Pedersen and also from Denmark
was Miss Ruth Jorgensen. Both are teaching
in East Islip for the year.
Mr. and Mrs. William Ritchie of Blue
Point Beach, Fire Island, are spending a
week with their sons-in-law and daughters,
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Swezey of Park
Avenue, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Swezey of
Purick Street, both in Blue Point, before
returning to their winter home in Englewood,
Fla.
Miss Janet Goette of Bayport, Miss
Orlene King, Miss Carolyn Travers and
Miss Cheryl Densing of Blue Point, left
Friday for the State University College
at Geneseo, where they will begin their
freshman studies. Their families drove
them there and spent the weekend, some
returning home on Saturday and the others,
Sunday. The girls are June graduates
of the James Wilson Young High School.
The men of the Engine Company of
the Blue Point Fire Department changed
their company’s name to the Manowtasquat
Engine Company. This name will
be recalled by many of the old time Blue
Pointers as the Indian name for Blue
Point. The engine company hopes, in this
manner, to retain some of the old Blue
Point’s original heritage. The new truck,
which the fire department expects next
month, will be lettered to reflect this
change.
Peggy Meyer of Oregon Avenue, Medford,
celebrated her 12th birthday Saturday,
when her parents entertained a
few of her friends and cousins at a luncheon-
birthday party. Her mother, Mrs.
Margaret Meyer, enjoyed a birthday the
same day.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence W. Clark of
Forrest Avenue, Shirley, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Miss
Jo-Ann Phyllis Clark, to Frank Joseph
Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Miller
of Heston Road, Shirley. Miss Clark is a
graduate of William Floyd High School
and is employed as a secretary at the
high school. Her fiancé is also a graduate
of William Floyd High School and
is employed by the Home Improvement
Incorporation of Hicksville. An August
1966 wedding is planned.
Playing this week at the Patchogue Theatre:
Patty Duke as “Billie”; at the Rialto
Theatre: “The Reward,” starring Max von
Sydow and Yvette Mimieux; and at the
Patchogue Sunrise All-Weather Drive-In
Theatre: John Wayne and Dean Martin in
“The Sons of Katie Elder.”

September 24

Mrs. H.B. Liebermann of Jayne Avenue,
has entered Georgetown University,
where he is a member of the freshman
class. He will major in foreign service.
Davis Park dock on Fire Island was
the scene of a luau recently for the
captains, crews and guests of about 16
boats. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Kornbluth of
the yacht, Weekender, were the hosts.
Mrs. Kornbluth prepared the Polynesian
feast. Dancing was enjoyed to dockside
music and after dark Mr. and Mrs. Willard
MacIntosh of the cruiser, Liability,
showed the group slides of the interesting
travels to Puerto Rico, Jamaica, New
Orleans and Maryland.
Bruce R. Terry Jr., son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bruce R. Terry of Maple Avenue,
is attending State University College
at Oswego for his freshman year. He is
majoring in industrial arts. Mr. and Mrs.
Terry and Bruce motored to Oswego
Sept. 10.
Peter O’Connell of Patchogue was
guest of honor at a luncheon at Tojen’s
restaurant Sept. 3 marking his retirement
after 21 years as a representative
of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company.
Most of those years were spent in
the Patchogue District office.
Ron & Joe’s won their second straight
Brookhaven Town Recreation Open
Southern League championship recently
as they beat out the second-place Carl
& Bob’s by two full games. The league
champions include Pat Tecarr, George
Oldham, Bernie Wells, Jack Giarraputo,
Dan Oldham, Tony Gamboli, Doug
Wells, Red Carsten, Herm Haller, Tony
Schaeffer, Norm Ryder, with coach Jim
Keeley and managers Ron Wadsworth
and Joe Taylor.
Miss Mary Ann Raiona, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Raiona of
Northridge Street, became the bride
of Joseph Anthony Montalvo of Patchogue
Sept. 4 in St. Paul’s Episcopal
Church, Patchogue. Miss Wanda Wicks
of Patchogue was maid of honor. David
Blackburn of Patchogue was best man.
A family dinner was held at the home of
the bride’s parents after the ceremony.
Mary Paul, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lawrence Paul of Munsell Road, East
Patchogue, entertained at a back-toschool
barbecue party Sept. 4. Her
guests were Mary Lee Cool and Peg
Petersen of Bellport, Terry Stryker
of Sayville, Janice DiNaro, Elizabeth
Grace, Mary Linda LaBarca and Cindy
Lewis of East Patchogue.
Wedding bells rang for Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Cooke Sept. 4 in St. Joseph the
Worker R.C. Church, East Patchogue.
The bride is the former Miss Mary Gatta
of Bellport. The groom is the grandson
of Mrs. Leona Creasy of Bellport Beach
Estates.
The 105-piece Bellport High School
band will play at the New York World’s
Fair Tiparillo Pavilion at 12:30 and 2
p.m. Saturday. This will be the second
trip to the World’s Fair by the band. It
also played last fall on the highest attendance
day, Oct. 11.
Cadette Troop 16 of Bellport held its
first fall meeting at the Kreamer Street
School Sept. 14 with their leader, Miss
Marilyn Vettel. The new patrol leaders,
Caryn Barbero, Ellen French, Cheryl
Regalmuto, Kathy Rudden and Wendlyn
Smith received cords to wear around
their shoulders from the scout leader.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Capersino of Shirley
are the parents of a son, Louis, born
at Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Sept.
9. The Capersinos have a daughter,
Suzanne, who is 2 1/2 years old. Mrs.
Capersino is the former Miss Pamela
Light of Bellport.
Tom Shreeve, son of Dr. and Mrs.
Walton Shreeve of South Howells Point
Road, has entered Middlebury College,
Middlebury, Vt., for his freshman year.
Miss Jean Penney of Academy Lane
and Miss Janet Gardner of George Court
have returned to their studies at Northfield
School for Girls at Northampton,
Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Eleazer of New
Jersey Avenue celebrated their 56th
wedding anniversary at a buffet supper
at their home with their children and
grandchildren Friday night.
A barbecue was given for Marianne
Dominy Saturday afternoon in celebration
of her 11th birthday by her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. Tyson Dominy of New
Jersey Avenue. Her guests were Pamela
Walsh and Donna Fox of Patchogue;
Donna Ventrice of East Patchogue; Laura
Stewart of Brookhaven; and Lynn
Orenkewicz, Karen Hermus, Susan Partridge,
Maureen O’Neill, Sherry Bell,
Nancy Riordan and Yolanda Almadovar
of Bellport.
Robert Starke, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Starke of Bay Road, Brookhaven,
left over the weekend to begin his
senior year at Cornell University.
Cadet Edwin F. Rappe Jr., son of Mr.
and Mrs. Edwin F. Rappe of Hawkins
Lane, was among 27 cadets at The Citadel
who won the coveted Gold Stars for
academic achievement for the semester
ending May 29, 1965. Gold Stars are
awarded to those cadets who made
grade point ratios of 3.6 or higher and
are worn on either side of the collar
of the dress and full dress blouses of
the cadet uniform during the semester
following the one for which the award
is made.
Recently married are Mr. and Mrs.
William Keller, who marriage took place
Aug. 28 in Emanuel Lutheran Church,
Patchogue. Mr. and Mrs. Keller are
residing at Maple Avenue, Patchogue.
The bride is the former Miss Barbara
Charvat of Blue Point.
Mr. and Mrs. John Flanagan of Orchid
Drive, Center Moriches celebrated their
first wedding anniversary Saturday
night at a dinner at Pine Grove Inn, East
Patchogue, with Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Von Buhren of East Patchogue, who
were the best man and matron of honor
at their wedding.
Newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Ronald
Picinich, who were married Saturday in
St. John’s R.C. Church, Center Moriches.
The bride is the former Miss Marilyn
Arlene Eriksen of Mastic Beach.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: “The Sandpiper,” starring Elizabeth
Taylor, Richard Burton and Eva
Marie Saint; at the Rialto Theatre: “The
Saboteur,” with Marlon Brando and Yul
Brynner; and at the Patchogue Sunrise
All-Weather Drive-In Theatre: James
Stewart in “Shenandoah.”

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