October 1
David Mark Haas, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Haas of Herbert Circle, was
baptized Sept. 12 in the Patchogue Congregational
Church by the Rev. Stuart W.
Van Cott. A dinner was served afterward
at the home of Mrs. Ardis Kropp on East
Lakewood Street.
David Kaller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl
Kaller of East Roe Boulevard, is enrolled
as a freshman at Gettysburg College in
Gettysburg, Pa. He is majoring in the
field of political science. He is a member
of the Gettysburg Marching Band, which
performed at the Gettysburg-Hofstra
football game Sept. 18 in Hempstead.
Miss Barbara Girshoff, a senior at
Smith College, was the accompanist for
the Smith College Chamber Singers, who
sang at the World’s Fair on Friday, the
United Nations on Saturday, Lincoln
Center for the Performing Arts, Saturday
afternoon, and in Washington, D.C. on
Monday. Miss Girshoff is the daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Girshoff of North
Ocean Avenue. The Smith College Chamber
Singers were one of the six choruses
from the United States chosen to participate.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tracz of Gladiola
Street announce the engagement of
their daughter, Miss Carol Ann Tracz,
to Joseph George Masin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. George Masin of Pine Neck Avenue.
Miss Tracz is a graduate of Patchogue
Senior High School, class of 1963. Her
fiancé is a graduate of Patchogue Senior
High School, class of 1962. They are
both attending Michigan State University,
East Lansing, Mich.
Mr. and Mrs. John McDonnell of Patchogue
Avenue announce the engagement
of their daughter, Nora, to Alfred
Texeira, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Texeira
and the late John Texeira of Jayne Avenue.
They both attended the Patchogue
school system. Mr. Texeira is now associated
with Peck & Hale of Sayville. The
couple plans to be married in June 1966.
Navy enlistments are three in number
at the Riverhead Recruiting Station. Kenneth
Allen Kirwin of Center Moriches,
Robert Arthur Gregory of Patchogue and
Castenzie Iacepelli of Shirley are undergoing
recruit training at the Great Lakes
Naval Training Center in Illinois.
The names have changed but the
results are the same as Patchogue’s
defending League 2 cross country champions
picked up right where they left off
last season, defeating Smithtown 19-46
last Thursday. Bill Pasko was the individual
winner for the Red Raiders, touring
the flat 2.45-mile Smithtown course
in 12:38. Patchogue swept the next six
places with John Lombardi, Richard
Lombardi, Richard Cope, Warren Smith,
Chuck Horton and Dan Furlong finishing
in that order. Richard Turner was 11th
in the field of 16. “I was pleased with
their performance,” said Coach Frank
Provenzano. “We still need more work,
but we’re getting better every day.”
Miss Sheralyn Ann Colichio, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Colichio of Dunton
Avenue, East Patchogue, flew to Mexico
Sept. 22. Miss Colichio is an anthropology
student and will begin her junior year
at the University of the Americas. She
also attended New York University and
the University of Mexico.
Miss Arlene Stephani entered her
freshman year at the State University
College in Buffalo Sept. 12. She will
major in exceptional education. Miss
Stephani is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Stephani of South Country Road,
East Patchogue, and was Miss Hagerman of 1964.
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Mallett have
recently moved from Patchogue to South
Country Road, Bellport, in the house
formerly owned by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd
O’Toole. Mr. Mallett is cashier of the
People’s National Bank of Long Island in Patchogue.
David H. Lanman Jr., of Hulse Street,
has returned from a week’s business trip to Dallas, Texas.
The following Bellporters drove to
Connecticut for the weekend to participate
in the annual Invitational Team
Race Regatta, sponsored by the Captain
Harbor Planing and Racing Association
at Greenwich: Mr. and Mrs. W. Dorsey
Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Lispenard Suydam,
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McChesney Jr., Mr.
and Mrs. Wallace Ross and Mr. and Mrs. John Snedeker.
The Misses Jame Mullaney, Elaine
Beitel, Kerry Young and Marjorie Binnington
attended the Babylon-Southampton
football game and dance in
Babylon Saturday. They were overnight
guests at the home of friends.
Recently wed were Mr. and Mrs. John
James O’Neill in Mary Immaculate R.C.
Church, Bellport, Sept. 4, by the Rev.
Thomas Manning. The bride is the former
Miss Karen J. Kemper, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Camillo Kemper of
Brookhaven. The couple spent their honeymoon
in Virginia Beach, Va., and are
now residing in Patchogue. The bridegroom
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James O’Neill of Bellport.
It’s happened to everyone, but it’s
particularly hard when it happens to
you. That was the case with Charles
Kenna, 36, of Maple Avenue, Bellport.
The unfortunate boatman ran out of gas
Saturday in Bellport Bay. And if that
wasn’t enough to happen on a beautiful
autumn afternoon, he fell into the water
while trying to push himself off a sand
bar in the bay. However, all ended well.
Unidentified persons brought him and
his boat to the Bellport Village dock,
where his wife met him. He was none the
worse for wear — except for getting wet.
A reunion and 50th golden wedding
anniversary was celebrated last Saturday
at the Lindenmere restaurant in Center
Moriches in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Hermann A. Ehmann of Lake Avenue.
The couple received a congratulatory
card from President Lyndon B. Johnson
among other congratulations. Fifty-one
guests attended the reception.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: Held Over! “The Sandpiper,”
starring Elizabeth Taylor and Richard
Burton; at the Plaza Theatre: Burt Lancaster
and Lee Remick in “The Hallelujah Trail.”

October 8

Mr. and Mrs. Morris Weiss of Mulford
Street have returned from an extended
trip to California and Hawaii.
Debra Kropp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Glenn Kropp of Everett Street, celebrated
her 8th birthday with a party Sept. 25
at her home, entertaining 14 guests. A
feature of the party was a Penny Brite birthday cake.
Miss Barbara J. Stumpf has entered the
Kingston Hospital School of Nursing to
embark on a two-year, six-month course
in professional nursing. Miss Stumpf
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Stumpf of Schoenfeld Boulevard. She
graduated from Patchogue High School
in June 1965 and was awarded the Crippen Memorial Scholarship.
Miss Judith Lifschitz of Bay Avenue
has been named to the Dean’s List of the
University of Pennsylvania College of
Liberal Arts for Women and College of Arts and Sciences.
George T. Roe, son of Robinson Roe of
Bay Avenue, is a student at Southampton College.
The men of Patchogue’s service clubs,
the Kiwanis, Lions and Rotary, will hold
a joint dinner meeting Tuesday evening
at Felice’s restaurant, Patchogue. This is
the first such event in several years and
the group will have as its featured guests
Whitey Ford, star pitcher of the New
York Yankees, and Harry Lorayne, the
mental wizard who has astounded audiences
and television viewers throughout
the country with his feats of memory.
Mr. Lorayne is able to recall the names
of an entire audience after a brief introduction.
Accuracy was the byword Sunday
when the Patchogue Fishing Club won
the surfcasting tournament sponsored
by the Long Island State Park Commission
and the Garcia Tackle Corp.
at Jones Beach State Park. Individual
winner in spinning tackle casting was
George Dietz; conventional tackle casting
winners were Bob Schoen, Charles
Moffett and James Belmonte. First place
winners received a rod and reel; second
place, a reel and third place, a rod. The
Patchogue club received the Sal Muley trophy.
Planners of the 11th annual charity
ball of the Woman’s Club of Patchogue
are Mesdames Vitro Rizzi, William Fadeley
and Joseph Carrabus. The affair will
be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall
in Patchogue Nov. 13 and will mark the
35th anniversary of the club.
Service in England ended for Technical
Sergeant Chester L. Rhodes of
Patchogue, who has arrived for a tour
of duty at Homestead AFB, Fla. Sgt.
Rhodes, as an aircraft crew chief, is
assigned to the Tactical Air Command,
which provides combat reconnaissance,
aerial firepower and assault airlift for the Army.
Three Suffolk Marine Division patrolmen
rescued five Bellport teenagers
from Bellport Bay Sunday afternoon
and brought them to the Bellport dock.
The young people’s 14-foot Blue Jay
had turned over in strong winds of 25
mph with gusts of 50 mph, according
to police. Rescued were Kathy Penny,
of Academy Lane; Kathy Lancaster, of
Gerard Street; John Cool, of South Country
Road; Joseph Harder, of Rogers Lane
and Haruo Shirane, of Livingston Road.
They were taken from the cold water
about a mile south of Howells Point.
The Gourmet Luncheon and Bridge
Club met last Thursday at the home of
Mrs. Calvin Demarest of Bieselin Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh MacLeod of Bieselin
Road and Dr. and Mrs. Harry Jarislaw
of Patchogue entertained the faculty
of the Oregon Avenue Junior High
School at The Bellport Friday night. Mr.
MacLeod and Dr. Jarislaw are principal
and assistant principal, respectively, of
Oregon Avenue Junior High School in Medford.
Miss Lorraine Frasca, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Frasca of Country Club
Road, was awarded a 1966 Oldsmobile
convertible by the Mary Immaculate R.C.
Church “300 Club” Saturday.
Howard E. Simpson, a member of the
Merchant Marine, is visiting with his
mother, Mrs. Howard Simpson, of Ecke Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Marrion of Station
Road have returned from a month’s
trip to Florida. They visited in Bradenton
with Mrs. Marrion’s uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mackle, former
longtime residents of Bellport, and her
aunt, Mrs. Selah Hiscox, formerly of East
Patchogue, then drove to Palm Beach to
visit with relatives of Mr. Marrion.
Mr. and Mrs. Willis Calkins Jr. and
daughters, Linda and Marjorie, have
moved from Bieselin Road to Miller
Place. Their house was bought by Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Wallen.
Asiatic languages will be studied by
Joseph Neal of Bellport, who has completed
basic training at Fort Dix, N.J.
Having enlisted in the Army under the
Army Security Agency in July, he was
selected to attend the Defense Language
School at the Presidio of Monterey,
Calif., where he will study 47 weeks
before beginning service with the Security Agency.
On Oct. 13, Cub Pack 9 with Mrs. Fred
Sherman as den mother will meet at the
Brookhaven Elementary School.
Mr. and Mrs. Clifford M. Wade of
Bergen Lane, Blue Point, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Virginia
Estella, to Lieutenant Denis Joseph
Anderson Jr., son of Denis J. Anderson
of Wellesley, Mass. Miss Wade graduated
in June from Mary Washington College
in Fredericksburg, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. George Densing of Namkee
Road, Blue Point, have received
word from their daughter, Miss Cheryl
Densing, a freshman student at the State
University of New York at Geneseo, that
she has been elected as president of her dormitory.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Maresco of Robinson
Avenue, Medford, have received
word that their son, Walter Maresco
stationed at Sheppard Air Force Base in
Texas with the Transportation Division,
has been promoted to Airman 2/c.
Wedding bells rang for Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph C. Monteleone Jr., who were
married at 2 p.m. Saturday in St. John
the Evangelist R.C. Church, Center
Moriches. The bride is the former Miss
Susan Tasso of Shirley.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: “Ship of Fools,” with Vivien
Leigh and Jose Ferrer; at the Rialto
Theatre: Sal Mineo and Juliet Prowse in
“Who Killed Teddy Bear?”
October 15

Edward Brody of Walnut Avenue, a
freshman majoring in business administration
at the University of Bridgeport,
has successfully passed the audition for
membership in the University of Bridgeport Concert Choir.
An angler’s dream came true recently
for Arthur Yarrington of Bayside
Avenue, a member of the Patchogue
Fishing Club. The dream is simple: to
be at the right place at the right time.
The right place was the North bar at
Montauk Point, and the right time was
Oct. 6. An additional right item was the
darter plug, which took six striped bass
ranging from 5 to 30 pounds, and one
10-pound bluefish. Fellow club member
Thomas Kehlenbeck of Patchogue
shared in the experience and took 10
stripers. Mr. Yarrington reported that
fishing was excellent, that the fish were
hitting all night long.
Ticket requests are already pouring in
for the annual cocktail dance to be given
by the women’s auxiliaries and board of
directors of Brookhaven Memorial Hospital,
to be held at Felice’s restaurant in
Patchogue Oct. 24. Mrs. Anthony Quartuccio
is chairman of the entertainment
committee; Mrs. Edward Dietz and Mrs.
Joseph D’Agrosa are co-chairmen of the dance.
Newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. George
Weller, who were married Sept. 25 in
St. Francis de Sales R.C. Church, Patchogue.
The bride is the former Miss
Beatrice Keeley of Patchogue.
Recruit school at the Naval Air Station
in Brooklyn graduated Airman Apprentice
Ralph P. Pierno of Patchogue Sept.
12. The school course, held in the summer
months, is an accelerated reserve
training program for recruits. It indoctrinated
Airman Pierno in all phases of Navy life.
Patchogue’s Pete Nolan raced 39
yards for the Red Raiders’ only touchdown
in a League 2 game with Bay
Shore Friday night at the senior high
field. Bay Shore won 26-6, handing Patchogue its first defeat.
George Gamaldi has been named to
the position of director of meat operations
for the 63-store Hills-Korvette
supermarket chain. Though only 36
years of age, Mr. Gamaldi has been with
Hills for the past 19 years. He started as
an apprentice meat cutter and then was
advanced to meat specialist, meat buyer
and merchandiser. He resides in Patchogue
with his wife and two children.
Alison C. Rand of East Patchogue
was one of 75 entering freshmen at
Monmouth College, Monmouth, Ill., recognized
at the fall honors convocation
for outstanding scholastic achievement
in high school. The Honors at Entrance
award for the 75 freshman students is
given annually to entering students who
ranked in the top 10 percent of their
high school graduating class. She is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Rand Jr.,
of Munsell Road and a June graduate of Bellport High School.
Miss Alicia Whitbeck, of South Country Road, East Patchogue,
 a freshman majoring in nursing at the University of
Bridgeport, has successfully passed the

October 15 Cont.
audition for membership in the University
of Bridgeport Concert Choir.
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Mozer of South
Brewster Lane, Bellport, were surprised
and pleased to hear that Mrs. Mozer’s
brother, Dr. Lewis Woolner, was selected
as one of a team of five doctors from
the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., to
perform the surgery on President Johnson
Friday. Dr. Woolner is a surgical
pathologist on the staff at Mayo Clinic.
A surprise baby shower was given
for Mrs. William Pastern Oct. 5 by Miss
Bunny Wayte of North Brewster Lane.
The guest of honor received many nice
gifts.
Donald Streit of Browns Lane
returned home on the Leonardo da
Vinci Friday following an eight-month
trip through Europe. Mrs. Streit will
spend about 10 days in Florence, Italy
before she returns home with three other
Bellporters, Mrs. Vernon O’Rourke,
Mrs. George Vineyard and Mrs. Bernard
Kouts.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Haskell of South
Country Road drove to Deerfield, Mass.
Friday to spend parents weekend at
Eagle Brook School, where their son,
Clay, is a student. They were accompanied
by Mrs. Henry Halsted of Rogers
Avenue.
A Halloween costume party will be
given by the Couples Club of the Bellport
Methodist Church at 8 p.m. tomorrow
in the church basement. Host couples
are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reiss and
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Roush.
Mr. and Mrs. Gino Robbiano, formerly
of Gerard Street, Bellport, are now
living in South Haven on Old Barteau
Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Di Nicola of Fireplace
Neck Road have just returned
from a week’s vacation, which they
spent with Mrs. Di Nicola’s grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. Starr Price in Pennsylvania.
Assistant Chief and Mrs. Otto Medeck,
Assistant Chief and Mrs. George Densing
and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sauerwein
represented the Blue Point Fire Department
at the annual dinner and dance of
the Suffolk County Chiefs Council Saturday
night at the Medford Brau Haus.
Mrs. Philip L. Meany of Blue Point
was the guest of honor at a stork shower
held at the home of Mrs. Philip R.
Meany on River Avenue, Patchogue,
Monday night. The hostesses were Mrs.
Thomas W. Scotten of Patchogue and
Mrs. O. Hugo Berntsson Jr. of East
Patchogue. The rooms were decorated
in pink and blue and 31 guests were
present.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kenny of Kane
Avenue, Medford, motored to Sparkhill
Sunday, where they visited their niece,
Sister Theresa Margaret, a novice in the
Dominican Order. They were accompanied
by their children, Mary, Tom Jr.,
Michael, John and Patricia.
In Florida at the Navy’s Air Station,
Cecil Field, Seaman Eugene J. Gurney
of Medford is a recent transferee from
Oceans, Va. He entered active service
in July and received his boot training
at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center,
Ill., having enlisted in the Naval
Reserve before graduating from Patchogue
Senior High School.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: Held Over! “Ship of Fools,”
starring Vivien Leigh and Jose Ferrer; at
the Rialto Theatre: “Situation Hopeless
But Not Serious,” with Alec Guinness
and Michael Connors; and at the Plaza
Theatre: “Agent 8 3/4,” with Dirk Bogarde
and Robert Morley.
 

October 22

Sen. Robert F. Kennedy addressed
local residents at an early morning Democratic
rally held Saturday in Patchogue,
the first stop in the senator’s swing
through Suffolk to boost Democratic
candidates in the November elections.
A ribbon cutting took place Friday for
the opening of George’s TV and Appliance
shop at their new location at 49
East Main Street. Proprietors Alfred and
Michael Chiuchiolo and George Knoedl
were joined by Brookhaven Town Supervisor
Charles R. Dominy and Patchogue
Mayor Robert. T. Waldbauer at the official
opening.
Miss Cathie Purdy, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John Purdy of Washington Avenue,
and Miss Martine Kissen, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Martin Kissen of Roe Avenue,
East Patchogue, are attending Athens
College in Alabama. Miss Purdy is a graduate
of Patchogue High School and Miss
Kissen of Seton Hall High School. Both
girls are planning a teaching career.
Randi and Candi Conquest, twin children
of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Conquest
of Patchogue, will be christened at the
Grace AME Zion Church in Patchogue,
Sunday. Following the ceremony, a dinner
for about 50 relatives and friends will
be held at the church.
Mr. and Mrs. August Tamburino of
Lillian Place celebrated their 25th wedding
anniversary Oct. 13 with a vacation
trip of two weeks in Florida. Sunday
they renewed their wedding vows in St.
Francis de Sales R.C. Church and held a
family dinner at Pine Grove Inn in East
Patchogue.
Newly wedded in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
Church, Patchogue are Mr. and Mrs.
William Felice of Patchogue. Mrs. Felice
is the former Miss Rose Marie Spitale of
Patchogue.
Military Police training for Private
Donald A. Nogiewich of Patchogue ended
Oct. 8 when he completed and eightweek
course at the Army Training Center,
Fort Gordon, Ga. Private Nogiewich
received instruction in civil and military
law, traffic control, map reading, prisoner
of war control, and self-defense.
Ted Oslager, 1965 graduate of Patchogue
High School, is playing freshman
football at Central Connecticut State
College. He is a starting fullback. The
son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Oslager of Baker
Street, he was a halfback while at PHS.
Miss Barbara Elaine Girshoff, daughter
of Dr. and Mrs. Paul D. Girshoff of North
Ocean Avenue, has been named to the
Dean’s List at Smith College, Northampton,
Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron Smolenski of East
Patchogue announced the engagement
of their daughter, Marguerite, to Roland
Baillargeon at a dinner given on Labor
Day at the Better ‘Ole in Brookhaven. A
November wedding is planned.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DiNaro of Fuoco
Street, Bellport were honored at a
dinner party at Villa Pace in St. James
on Sunday in celebration of their 60th
wedding anniversary. The party was given
by their seven sons and daughters, all
of whom were present. They are Mr. and
Mrs. Marcel Beitel, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Beitel, Mr. and Mrs. Gerard DeLiva, Mr.
and Mrs. Salvatore DiNaro, Mr. and Mrs.
Santo DiNaro, Mr. and Mrs. John Follini
and Mr. and Mrs. William Nizza. Also
attending were the couple’s 18 grandchildren
and a few other guests including
Congressman and Mrs. Otis Pike.
Robin Denise Wood, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald Wood of Bayview Avenue,
celebrated her second birthday with
a party at her home Oct. 12. Those present
were Mrs. Robert Carlough and sons,
Bobby and Gary, of Blue Point; Robin’s
maternal great-grandmother, Mrs. Kitty
Cabre, and maternal grandmother, Mrs.
Raymond Cabre of Patchogue; Mrs. Fred
Wood and children, Pam and Michael, of
East Patchogue; and Robin’s brothers,
Ronny and Steven.
Mr. and Mrs. I. William Bianchi of Bellport
Lane entertained the school board,
the administrators, and their wives at a
cocktail party following the dedication
of the new Bellport Senior High School
Sunday afternoon.
Members of Cadet Troop 16, Bellport,
led by Miss Marilyn Vettel, and Junior
Girl Scout Troop 65, under the leadership
of Mrs. Frederick Smith and Mrs. Leigh
Bell, enjoyed an “overnight” at Camp
Edey, Bayport, Saturday night. Mothers
who chaperoned the Scouts were Mrs.
David Rahm, Mrs. Harold Bohn, Mrs. William
Fowler and Mrs. Francis Hermus.
A surprise baby shower was given for
Mrs. Paul Butler of Academy Lane by
Mrs. I. William Bianchi Jr. and Mrs. Earl
Light on Friday night at the Bianchi’s
house. Sixteen guests were present.
Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sparrow of Leisurely
Lane attended Parents’ Weekend
at Princeton University, where their son
David is in his freshman year. On Saturday
they saw the Princeton-Colgate
football game.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Webster of
Bellport Lane drove to Washington,
D.C. Oct. 12 for some sightseeing. They
returned home Sunday after attending
the morning service at National Cathedral.
New residents in Brookhaven are Mr.
and Mrs. James Sutherland and their
daughter. The Sutherlands are former
Bellport residents. Mr. Sutherland is
employed at the Brookhaven national
Laboratory.
The Brookhaven Cub Scouts, Den 3,
met on Thursday evening for an awards
night. Mr. Sherman, cubmaster, presented
the awards. New boys inducted at
the Bob Cat ceremony were Patrick Butler,
Michael Verni, William Gilligan, Neil
Kraumhaut, Mark Uhlein and Thomas
Rich, and all received their Bob Cat
badges. Robert Kay received his Wolf
badge and Dennis Brown received his
Gold Arrow under Wolf badge.
Mrs. Eugene Rogers, organist at the
Blue Point Baptist Church, was surprised
at a birthday party given her by the choir
members on Oct. 12, following the choir
rehearsal. Fifteen people were in attendance.
James Nudo, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Marshall Nudo of Barteau Avenue, Blue
Point, who is attending Chamberlayne
College in Boston, flew home on Alleghany
Airlines over the weekend to help
celebrate his dad’s birthday. He returned
to Boston Sunday night.
Miss Carol Brandes of Bell Avenue,
Blue Point, accompanied the Misses
Dale Rutkowski of Brookhaven, Elizabeth
Conors of West Sayville and Mavis
Grieshammer of Woodland Street to
New York City on Saturday, where they
attended Jack Wyrtzen’s Word of Life
Rally.
Playing this week at the Patchogue Theatre:
“A Rage to Live,” starring Suzanne
Pleshette and Ben Gazzara; at the Rialto
Theatre: Frankie Avalon and Deborah
Walley in “Sergeant Dead Head.”

October 29

Mrs. John Novinski of Medford Avenue
celebrated her 80th birthday at a dinner party
at Snapper Inn in Oakdale, Saturday. All the
members of her family were able to be present
and included Miss Frances Novinski and
Joseph Novinski of Patchogue, John Novinski
of Florida and Mr. and Mrs. John Cowan of
California.
After spending a month’s furlough with his
mother, Mrs. Alice Healey of Maple Avenue,
SP4 Albert Healey has been transferred to Fort
Hood, Tex. He had just returned from Germany,
where he was stationed for two years.
Mrs. Francis Brophy of Rider Avenue, Miss
Dorothy Treuer of South Ocean Avenue and
Mrs. Frances Johnson of South Ocean Avenue
spent several days last week visiting Mrs. Johnson’s
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas L. Silcox in Smyrna, Del.
Mrs. Flossie Brink, formerly of Patchogue,
visited her sister, Mrs. Jennie Byrne of Lakewood
Street last Friday. Mrs. Brink makes her
home with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Christopher Maasch of Middlesex,
N.J., but has been spending some time with her
son, Wesley Brink and family of East Meadow.
On Friday evening, Mrs. Byrnes’ son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Zebrowski
of Maple Avenue, had a family reunion. Among
those present were Mrs. Brinks’ brothers, Wesley
and Earl Gordon and their families.
Harvey Dale Lotko, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Lotko of North Prospect Avenue, celebrated
his 7th birthday with a party at his home for
about 14 friends. Among those present were
his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Dee Janis, and
his brother, Barry. Games were played and
refreshments were enjoyed.
Miss Joan Haab, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Haab of Laurel Street and a student at
Southampton College, entertained as a guest
over the weekend her roommate, Miss Evelyn
Skou of Hicksville.
The annual dinner dance of the Patchogue
Chamber of Commerce will be held at Felice’s
of Patchogue Nov. 18. All arrangements have
been made to make this the biggest and best
yet, and the menu features roast prime ribs of
beef. Music and entertainment will follow the
dinner. This year the affair will honor three
men who have made outstanding contributions
to the community: Henry G. Schmidt,
superintendent of the Fire Island National
Seashore; Supervisor Charles R. Dominy, and
Mayor Robert T. Waldbauer. The public is
invited and tickets are $8.50 per person.
At Memphis, Tenn., Airman Apprentice
Thomas R. Edwards of Patchogue has graduated
from Aviation Machinist’s Mate Reciprocating
School at the Naval Air Technical
Training Center. His nine-week course included
studies of reciprocating power plants and
line operations.
Wesleyan University in Middletown, Conn.
has announced that John W. Everitt of Bellport
has been named to the Dean’s List. A senior at
Wesleyan, Mr. Everitt is one of 45 members of
his class who achieved an average of B for the
academic year 1964-65. He is a brother of the
Gamma Psi Fraternity.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Richardson Sr., of
North Howells Point Road entertained at a
family dinner at their home on Sunday, honoring
the birthdays of Mr. and Mrs. Christopher
Cavalier, and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Howitt and
also the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mr.
Richard Richardson of Patchogue.
Mrs. Harvey McChesney Jr., of Bellport
Lane flew to Miami last week for a visit with
her father, A.E. Walbridge.
Dr. and Mrs. R. Ronald Rau and daughter,
Littie, of South Howells Point Road will drive
to South Woodstock, Vt., tomorrow to spend
Parents’ Weekend at Woodstock Country
School. Their daughter, Whitney, a student at
Woodstock, will return with them for a two day
visit.
Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Ambler of Lee, Mass.,
were weekend guests of their daughter, Mrs.
John Gibson of Pearl Street.
To celebrate his 11th birthday, Lee Christoffersen
and his friend, Titus Kana, went swimming
at the Brookhaven National Laboratory
pool and then out for dinner Friday night. Lee
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alf Christoffersen of
South Howells Point Road.
Mrs. Dwain White of South Howells Point
Road entertained at a dinner party for Mrs. Iver
Mackay Tuesday night. Mrs. Mackay is here
from Paris for a visit with her son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Roe.
Mrs. Alan Baker of Beaver Dam Road has
just returned from spending the weekend with
Mr. and Mrs. Everett Boughton of Washington,
D.C. Mr. and Mrs. Boughton are former
Brookhaven residents.
Mrs. Thomas Sheppard of Brookhaven had
a Bee Line fashion demonstration in her home
Monday night. It was a gathering to introduce
Mrs. Irving Terwilliger to some of her neighbors.
 

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