June 02

Miss Joan Haab of Southampton College
of Long Island University is spending
a vacation with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Henry A. Haab of Laurel Street,
prior to attending the summer session
at Southampton College.
Miss Barbara Hazard, who attends
the Philadelphia College of Bible, will
arrive home Saturday to spend the
summer vacation with her mother, Mrs.
Robert Hazard of Conklin Avenue.
Judge and Mrs. Lincoln G. Schmidt of
West Avenue returned Saturday from
a month’s European tour. In Istanbul,
Turkey, they visited their son-in-law
and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. George B.
Marschall, and son Geoffrey, who was
born in Istanbul and is now 7 months old.
Thomas Kemp, a 1965 graduate of
Patchogue High School and currently
completing his freshman year at Northeastern
University in Boston, Mass.,
was featured in a major role in the Silver
Masque Dramatic Society’s production
of “A Funny Thing Happened on
the Way to the Forum,” Friday and Saturday
nights at Alumni Auditorium on
the Boston campus. With his portrayal
of the Hysterium role, Tom qualified to
receive the Silver Masque pin, awarded
to students who have been featured in
at least three productions during their
college years. Tom is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles M. Kemp of North Patchogue.
Martin Francis Zimmermann of Rider
Avenue graduated from the College
of Arts and Sciences, Niagara University,
with a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Graduate Zimmermann also received a
commission as second lieutenant in the
United States Army Reserve.
Expert in firing the M-14 rifle is Army
Private Robert F. Larson of Patchogue,
on completion of his basic training at
Fort Hood, Texas. This expert rating is
the highest a soldier can receive on his
rifle qualification test.
Miss Martha J. Fuller, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Fuller of
Maple Street, Bellport, graduated Friday
from Russell Sage College, Troy.
A Bellport High School graduate, Miss
Fuller majored in psychology and was
on the Dean’s List during her senior year.
The Bellport Men’s Fellowship Bowling
League held its annual awards
dinner May 21 at the Better ‘Ole in
Brookhaven. The master of ceremonies,
Herman Chamberlain, presented
the following awards: First-place team,
the Odd Balls: Wilbur Corwin, Dave
Novak, Ed Rant, Ray Cutter, Charles
Zavesky; second, the Wildcats: Harold
Wright, William Greenhill, Ed Warner,
Joe Cardamone, Joe Monaco; third, the
Bellers: George Vonne, Frank Harrison,
Bob Roggeman, Pete Irving, Larry Fuller;
fourth, the Five Bunnies: John Trotter,
Mike Auletti, Pete Cappizi, Russ
Hanscom, Vince Giuffreda; fifth, the
Mets: Tom Cardamone, Charles Smith,
Joe Stella, Ed Edwards, Frank Herma.
High average: Ken Taylor, 175; High
series: Lou Perino, 616; High game:
Herm Chamberlain, 244; Most improved
bowler: Bob Edwards.
Ensign Conrad C. Heede was home
from the National Naval Medical Center
in Bethesda, Md., where he is stationed,
to spend the holiday weekend
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad
Heede of South Country Road.
A farewell party was given for Mr.
and Mrs. William Bedell Sunday night
by Mr. and Mrs. Peter Paige of Bellport
Lane. The couples played baseball. The
Bedells are planning to move to Florida
later this month.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael LaGrega of
Bellport announce the engagement of
their daughter, Michele, to John Falcone,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank J.
Falcone of Shirley. Miss LaGrega is a
graduate of Bellport High School. Her
fiancé is a graduate of William Floyd
High School, Shirley.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael McEnery of Wigtel
Lane entertained about 50 friends
at an outdoor barbecue at their home
following the Memorial Day parade Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Williams of South
Country Road spent the Memorial Day
weekend at North Hero, Vt.
Miss Virginia M. Lowe of Locust Lane,
Brookhaven, has accepted a fifth-grade
teaching position for September in the
Sylvan Avenue School, Bayport. Miss
Lowe, a 1962 graduate of Patchogue
High School, majored in the general
elementary education program and is a
June 1966 candidate for the bachelor’s
degree at Oneonta College.
Steve and Peter Brown, sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Brown of Chapel Avenue,
Brookhaven, were presented with
a citizenship award on Memorial Day.
The boys raise and take down the flag
that flies at the monument on South
Country Road, each day of the year.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bumstead and
family of Blue Point Avenue and Mrs.
Edna Rosavitch and children, Edward
and Beverly, of Edwards Lane, Blue
Point, left Friday for a four-day weekend
camping trip with the Brookhaven
National Laboratory Family Campers
Club to Windsor Woods at Rock Tavern.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lento of Route
112, Medford, are the grandparents
of a girl, Cynthia Ann, born May 16 at
Brookhaven Memorial Hospital. The
baby’s parents are Mr. and Mrs. George
Knoedl of Patchogue. Mrs. Knoedl is
the former Miss Diane Lento.
Newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. David
Hardy Roy, who were married at 4 p.m.
May 22 in the Old South Haven Presbyterian
Church, Brookhaven. The bride
is the former Miss Lynda Lee Crane of Shirley.
Thomas Neppell, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Neppell Jr., of Lakeview Drive,
Mastic Beach, was 12 years old May 20
and his father took him out for dinner
and the ball game at Shea Stadium to celebrate.
The Secret Pals held a meeting May
25 at the home of Mrs. Dotty Johnson
in Mastic, and the next meeting will be
held early in June at the home of Mrs.
Rita Veira on Gooseberry Drive, Mastic Beach.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: “Blindfold,” starring Rock
Hudson and Claudia Cardinale; at the
Rialto Theatre: “Battle of the Bulge,”
with Henry Fonda and Robert Shaw; at
the Plaza Theatre: Charlton Heston and
Rex Harrison in “The Agony and the
Ecstasy”; and at the Shirley Drive-In
Theatre: All Walt Disney Show! “That
Darn Cat,” with Hayley Mills and Dean
Jones, together with “Tatooed Police Horse.”
 

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