Students listed on the Dean’s List for
the second semester at State University at
Albany include three local names: Naomi
Brochstein of Main Street, John F. Kienzle
of Chestnut Avenue and Madelyn P. Stein of
On Monday, William Jamieson Jr. flew in
from Napa, Calif., to spend the night with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Jamieson
of Rider Avenue.
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Crevoiserat and
children, Donald, Ronald and Lynn, of Nottingham
Avenue, returned home April 27,
having spent the previous two days vacationing
in Norfolk, Va., and vicinity.
Wilson Maldonado, a sophomore at Patchogue
High School, placed first in Suffolk
County in the annual National Spanish Contest
sponsored by the American Association
of Teachers of Spanish and Portuguese,
which took place March 26 at John Glenn
Four bicycles were reported missing in
the past 10 days, according to Fifth Precinct
police. Zigmund Zibrowski of Sinn
Street, North Patchogue, said that his son’s
bicycle, a 24-inch President with banana
seat, chrome fenders and high-rise handlebars,
was removed April 24 by someone
unknown. Mr. Zibrowski estimated the value
at $35. William Hunse of Blue Point Avenue,
Blue Point, told police that his daughter’s
bicycle, a girl’s 26-inch Schwinn colored
turquoise and white with a wire basket on
the front, was taken last Wednesday
from the Little League field on
Corey Avenue. He said the name Marianne
was painted on it and estimated
the value at $43. John Aughtman of
Grove Avenue, Patchogue reported
that his Ross bicycle, painted red,
was removed last Wednesday without
his knowledge from the Lake
Street Library. He estimated the value
at $20. A 22-inch girl’s red American
bicycle was reported as having been
removed Friday from the yard of Virginia
Weedon, also of Grove Avenue.
The bicycle had a white seat and wire
basket and was valued at $18.
United in marriage were Mr. and Mrs. Francis
Stelling, who made their vows in St. Francis de Sales
R.C. Church in Patchogue, April 23.
The bride is the former Miss Kathleen
Virginia Tobin of Patchogue.
Mrs. Tim Healey and son, Thomas
Patrick, of Ramey Air Force Base,
Puerto Rico, arrived April 18 at the home
of her mother-inlaw, Mrs. James
Healey of Maple Avenue. Mrs. Healey
is staying with her mother-in-law, awaiting
the arrival of her husband, Airman Healey, on July 1.
Miss Alison Rand,daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo C. Rand of
Munsell Road, East Patchogue, was recently
initiated into Beta Epsilon chapter of Alpha
Xi Delta sorority at Monmouth College,
Monmouth, Ill. Alison is a freshman at the college.
Debbie Weinstock, a sixth-grade student
at Bellport Junior High School, participated
in the semifinals of the Suffolk County
Oratorical Contest at West Islip Junior High
School Friday, April 22, sponsored by the
American Legion. She was selected to represent
Bellport Junior High School from a
total of eight contestants in a playoff assembly.
An American flag was awarded to her
because of her participation.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Capicotta of Bieselin
Road have returned from a four-day auto
trip to Canada by way of Lake George and
Lake Placid. They toured Montreal and Quebec
City, returning home through the twin
mountain region of New Hampshire.
Anne Mullaney, Susan Hendrie and Nina
Herrara held a cookie sale on South Howells
Point Road Saturday to raise money to paint
The teenage dance sponsored by the Bellport
Fire Department was a great success
Saturday night. A good crowd danced to the
music of Mom’s Boys at the firehouse on
South Country Road. Miss Diane Henderson
was presented the door award.
A/2c Christopher Gould is home for a
two-week leave with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Gould of South Howells Point
Road. Chris is permanently stationed at SAC
Headquarters, Offutt Air Base, Omaha, Neb.
Walter Schaap celebrated his 13th birthday
Sunday with a party of his friends and
relatives. Walter makes his home with his
father and his paternal aunt on Central Avenue,
Blue Point. He is a student at the James
Wilson Young Junior High School.
Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Still of Greenport
Avenue, Medford, were given a surprise
housewarming party last Saturday night by
their friends and former neighbors of Terry
Road, North Patchogue.
Mr. and Mrs. Jay Malsky of Medford flew
to Elyria, Ohio, Friday in company with
Mayor and Mrs. Clifton Lee of Port Jefferson
to attend the wedding Saturday of Mr. Malsky’s
cousin and Mrs. Lee’s niece, Miss Gail
Malsky, to Gerald Arndt at St. Paul United
Church of Christ in Elyria.
Playing this week at the Patchogue Theatre:
“Madame X,” starring Lana Turner and
John Forsythe; at the Rialto Theatre: “Promise
Her Anything,” with Warren Beatty and
Leslie Caron; and at the Plaza Theatre:
Rosalind Russell and Hayley Mills in “The
Trouble with Angels.”
A real San Francisco cable car will be
riding the streets of Patchogue May 23.
The car, which has been motorized with
rubber-tired wheels, is being furnished
to the village by American Airlines as
its part of the salute to Debbie Bryant,
Miss America for 1966. Highlight of the
day will be a motorcade parade on Main
Street at 9 p.m., going to Felice’s, where
Miss America will crown the winner of
the Miss Suffolk Toronado contest.
Miss Maureen Lawless, daughter of
Mrs. Ruth Lawless of Patchogue, has
been accepted for the fall semester at
Allen School for Physicians Aides, Jamaica.
Miss Lawless will major in medical technology.
David Syrett, a student at Shenandoah
Conservatory of Music, Winchester,
Va., and a graduate of Patchogue High
School, will perform with the “All Student
Band, U.S.A.,” in its tour of eight
European countries this summer. One of
the highlights of the tour will be the privilege
of opening the World Music Festival
in Kerkrade, Holland, a coveted honor
in itself. The band members will also be
guests of the city.
Newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. James
Bianco, who were married at 4:30 p.m.
April 23 in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel R.C.
Church, Patchogue. The bride is the former
Miss Marie Chiuchiolo of Patchogue.
Richard Carleton, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Richard Carleton of Browns Lane, Bellport,
has joined the United States Navy.
He left last Wednesday for boot training
at the Great Lakes Naval Training Center, Ill.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Halsted have
returned to their home on South Brewster
Lane after spending the winter
months in Naples, Fla.
To celebrate her 12th birthday, Ann
Mullaney entertained a few friends at a
supper party and an evening at the movies
on Friday night. She is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mullaney of South
Howells Point Road.
The Ruth A.M.E. Zion Church Sunday
School sponsored awards at the church
Saturday afternoon. The students who
received presents to give their mothers
for Mother’s Day were Leroy Carle, a
16-piece set of stainless steel tableware;
Lori Hart, a table lamp; and Shirley Carle,
a cake plate with a candelabra base.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Arndt have
bought the LeBlanc house on Bellhaven
Road and moved here from Port Jefferson
Station with their 5-month-old
daughter. Mr. Arndt is associated with
the Brookhaven National Laboratory.
The home of Mr. and Mrs. John
Pokorny will be included in the Bellport
Garden Club House Tour Flower Show,
May 26. The house is located at the foot
of Brewster Lane and overlooks the bay.
Bill Wells pitched the Bellport Clippers
to a 16-inning 1-0 shutout of Center
Moriches on Tuesday. Wells and the Center
Moriches pitcher, Charlie Hartman,
combined for a total of 68 strikeouts, 34
apiece. Bellport’s one run was scored on
Jim Garrison’s single in the top of the
16th inning. Tony Musso led off with a
walk and went to second on Julian Chernick’s
long single. Shelley bunted, but
Musso was nailed at third for the first
out. Garrison then came through with the
winning single, scoring Chernick, who
had reached second on Musso’s out.
The senior class of James Wilson
Young High School, Bayport, held a successful
food sale Saturday in front of
Shand’s store on Middle Road, the proceeds
to be used to cover expenses for
their senior banquet. Miss Mavis Grieshammer
of Woodland Street was chairman of the affair.
Ken O’Came of Medford is one of the
Yankton College Greyhounds’ top middle-
distance runners this year as a freshman.
Ken has been running the half-mile
and the 440-yard dash most consistently
for the Hounds and has been clocked in
51.1 in the 440 and 1.57 for the half-mile.
The college is located in Yankton, S.D.
Newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Grant O’Neill, who were married in St.
John the Evangelist R.C. Church, Center
Moriches, April 30. The bride is the
former Miss Frances Ann Montecalvo of Center Moriches.
The Center Moriches Little Leaguers
motored by bus last Saturday to Shea
Stadium to see the Mets play ball.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: “Harper,” starring Paul Newman
and Lauren Bacall; at the Rialto Theatre:
“A Man Could Get Killed,” with James
Garner and Melina Mercouri; and at the
Plaza Theatre: Held Over! Rosalind Russell
and Hayley Mills in “The Trouble With Angels.”
Hammond-Biggs Post 111, Amvets of Patchogue,
treated 40 patients at Kings Park
State Hospital to an evening of bowling
at the Patchogue Bowling Center recently.
A buffet supper followed.
Saturday night, the Amvets bowling
league held its annual awards dinner at the
Brau Haus in Medford. Among the honored
guests of the league were Michael Maler,
commander of the Patchogue Amvets Post, and Mrs. Maler.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Mickle of Middleburgh
announce the arrival of a son, Jeffrey
Hilton, born Sunday at the Community Hospital,
Cobleskill. Mr. and Mrs. Mickle have
three other sons, Christopher, Douglas and
Timothy. Mrs. Mickle is the former Miss
Joanne LaFaye, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Oliver La Faye of Pearl Street.
Winners in the high school art contest
conducted by the Merchants Division of the
Patchogue Chamber of Commerce to design
a new emblem for the Merchants Division
received their awards — a certificate and
an art set — from Alfred Halen, division
chairman. The winners were Deborah Rizzi,
a Seton Hall High School senior, and Patricia
McMullen, a Patchogue High School sophomore.
Record unloading of supplies from ships
for more than 60,000 American troops in the
northern area of South Vietnam, the men
working in shifts 24 hours a day, seven days
a week during March, was a duty shared by
Seaman Apprentice Robert A. Gregory of
Patchogue. Stationed at Da Nang, Seaman
Gregory serves at the Naval Support Activity.
A wedding ceremony was held at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rein of Patchogue,
May 1, for their son, Norman, to Lois
Felice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Felice
Jr., of Patchogue and Largo, Fla. There were
40 relatives and close friends at the ceremony
officiated by Rabbi Joel Dobin. A cocktail
party-wedding reception was enjoyed by
another 200 friends, also held at the Rein
home. The bridegroom is associated with
the Suffolk County Police Department as a
plainclothes officer. The couple will take up
residence in Patchogue.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick W. Brooks of Patchogue
announce the engagement of their
daughter, Hazel Madeleine Brooks, to Paul
A. Gagnon Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A.
Gagnon of Patchogue. Miss Brooks will
graduate from Patchogue High School in
June. Mr. Gagnon was graduated from Patchogue
High School with the class of 1965.
He is now serving with the United States
Navy in Pensacola, Fla.
Miss Sheralyn Colichio, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Colichio of Dunton Avenue,
East Patchogue, who is a student at the University
of the Americas in Mexico City, will
be married May 30 to Felix Goded of Mexico
City. Mr. Goded is a student of art at the Art
Institute, Mexico City. The wedding will be
held at Mr. Goded’s home. They will reside
in Mexico City, where they will continue their studies.
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Paige of Bellport Lane
drove to Wallingford, Conn., Saturday to
attend Mr. Paige’s class reunion at the Choate
School. Entertainment for Alumni Day
included a group of Choate students called
Mayerios, who sing and also present little
skits. One of the Mayerios is the Paige’s son, Douglas.
On Sunday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. W.
Dorsey Smith of Bellport Lane and Mrs.
And Mrs. Wallace Ross of Academy Lane
attended a christening party given by George
Moffat for his new sailboat, “Guinevere,” at Oyster Bay.
An afternoon party was given for Debra
Pfeiffer Monday in celebration of her first
birthday by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Pfeiffer of George Court. Ten guests were
present at the party.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leistman of Old
South Country Road, Brookhaven, announce
the birth of a son, Edward Keith, May 15 at
Brookhaven Memorial Hospital. The Leistmans
also have a daughter, Jane, 15 months old.
Playing this week at the Patchogue Theatre:
Held Over! “Harper,” starring Paul
Newman and Lauren Bacall; at the Rialto
Theatre: “Weekend at Dunkirk,” with Jean-
Paul Belmondo; and at the Shirley Drive-In
Theatre: Hayley Mills and Dean Jones in “That Darn Cat.”
John Kienzle of Chestnut Street is a member of the Signum
Laudis Honorary Society of the State University of New
York at Albany. A junior, he is in the top 4 percent of his class.
Ronald David Figat, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Figat of
Washington Avenue, received his First Holy Communion in St.
Francis de Sales R.C. Church, May 14. A family party was held
afterward with his aunt, Miss Lois Thurau of Center Moriches, as a guest.
Twenty-five-year members of the Domino Yacht Club of
East Patchogue were honored at a dinner held Saturday night.
They are: John J. Roe Jr., Edgar Klug, Wesley Springhorn, Tracy B. Terry,
Al Brown, G. HowardHatfield, Dr. Jacob Dranitzke, Lyman Terrell and Harvey
At Fort Dix, N.J., Army Private Melvin N.
Rubin of Patchogue has completed a light
vehicle driver’s course. His five weeks of training
taught him the operation and maintenance
of military vehicles up to and including the 2 1/2-ton truck.
Peter A. Bielski of Everett Street, North Patchogue,
has been appointed assistant principal
of the Timber Point Elementary School, East
Islip, effective Sept. 1. He has been employed
in the East Islip School District since 1956. He
and his wife, Edith, have four children.
Mr. and Mrs. James Ashton of Orchard
Road, East Patchogue, have returned from a
month’s cruise aboard the S.S. Atlantic. They
called at various ports in France, Spain, Italy, Portugal and Africa.
Topher Small of Otis Lane, Bellport, who
has just completed his junior year at Ripon
College, Ripon, Wis., flew to London to join
his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Keyes Metcalf,
Sunday. He will chauffeur for them during the
next month while Mr. Metcalf visits university
libraries in England and Scotland as a library
consultant. Later in the summer, Topher will
take a bike tour in Europe.
Mark Stonebridge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald
Stonebridge of General McLean Drive,
celebrated his 6th birthday Friday with his
classmates at school. Cupcakes were served.
That evening, he was honored at a family
birthday party. A luncheon party was given for
him Saturday by his parents. Those present
were Robert Werner, Sam Nathans, Bobby
Panvini, Kenneth Lockwood, and Dean and Lynn Stonebridge.
Mrs. Travis Rauch Jr. is staying with Mr. and
Mrs. Travis Rauch Sr., of South Howells Point
Road while her husband is stationed at Philadelphia
Naval Base in Pennsylvania.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl M. Bennett of Upper Darby,
Pa., will arrive tomorrow to spend Memorial
Day weekend with Mr. Bennett’s son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. I. William Bianchi Jr., of Bellport Lane.
A surprise party was held for Mr. and Mrs.
Omer Kouer of The Hague, Holland, while
visiting in this country, by Mrs. Kouer’s sister,
Mrs. Catharina Van der Zalm of Bellport,
recently. Mrs. Van der Zalm surprised the couple
with a party at the Van der Zalm home on
Head of the Neck Road, in celebration of Mr.
and Mrs. Kouer’s 45th wedding anniversary.
The home was decorated with large white bells
and streamers, and their nephew, John Van
der Zalm, presented the couple with a flower
arrangement of white snapdragons, white
tulips and golden-color iris.
The Dorcas Society of the Blue Point Baptist
Church met at the home of Mrs. Benjamin
Rutkowski in Brookhaven Wednesday night.
The Sit and Sew Club, Blue Point, enjoyed
a day in New York City last Wednesday. They
took tours around Manhattan in the Circle Line
boat, viewed the departure of the Queen Mary
and enjoyed dinner at the Hawaii Kai. Those
who went were Mesdames George Densing,
Milton Bevis, Howard Shene, Alfred Swezey,
Leon Swezey, William Stevens and William Weyhrauch.
Newlyweds are petty officer 2/c and Mrs.
Richard Lee Coleman, who were married May
14 in the Moriches Bible Protestant Church,
Moriches. The bride is the former Miss Virginia
Lynn Detling of Mastic.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Garbarino of Holbrook
announce the engagement of their daughter,
Judith Keller, to Jack Giuliano, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Rosario Giuliano of Mastic Beach. Miss
Keller is secretary to the Suffolk County Architect
at Hauppauge. Mr. Giuliano is employed
by the Suffolk County Police Garage in Hauppauge.
Playing this week at the Patchogue Theatre:
Happiness is Debbie Reynolds as “The Singing
Nun,” also starring Ricardo Montalban; at the
Rialto Theatre: “Battle of the Bulge,” starring
Henry Fonda; and at the Plaza Theatre: Charlton
Heston and Rex Harrison in “The Agony and the Ecstasy.”