November 03

Mrs. Edith Fogarty and Miss Emily Todd
of Patchogue and Miss Jane Youngs of Bay
Shore have returned from an interesting
trip through upper New York State. In Albany
they spent the night with Mrs. Fogarty’s
cousin and then went to Glens Falls, where
they were luncheon guests of Miss Elizabeth
Call, a former faculty member of the
Maple Avenue School. Mrs. Fogarty also
attended the 50th reunion of her graduating
class of Plattsburgh Normal School.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Carrozzo of Gerard
Street celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary
Sunday. A surprise dinner party
was arranged for them at Casa Basso in Westhampton.
Married in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel R.C.
Church, Patchogue were Mr. and Mrs.
James Milazzo, Oct. 15. The bride is the
former Miss Phyllis Marie Rios of North Patchogue.
A rebuilt Patchogue Soccer Club team
put up a great fight against the experienced
Lindenhurst SC Sunday, but lost 3-1. The
lone Patchogue goal was scored by fullback
Richy DeBruyn late in the second half.
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence H. Glover of
Greenport Avenue, Medford, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Terry Linda,
to David Stuart Malcolm, son of Mr. and
Mrs. David Stuart Malcolm of Swan River
Street, Patchogue. Both are graduates of
Patchogue High School. Miss Glover is currently
a graduate assistant working for her
master’s degree in psychology at Hunter
College. Mr. Malcolm is a graduate of State
University at Stony Brook.
A party was enjoyed by about 50 members
of the South Bay Art Association and
friends Friday night at the Community
Center, Bellport. Mrs. John Bookless and
Mrs. Richard Beth were the chairmen.
The center was colorfully decorated in the
autumn themes. After a covered dish supper,
they squared danced to the calling of Vic McLoughlin.
Timothy J. Kana, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Milan Kana of South Howells Point Road,
Bellport, has finished first out of 40,000
men on the examination for designation to
the U.S. Military Naval, Air Force and Merchant
Marine academies. The examination
was given in July. Young Kana is a student
at Bellport Senior High School.
The Hearth Club held its fall dance at
the Bellport Country Club Saturday night.
Members of the committee heading the
dance were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Pendergast,
chairmen, Mr. and Mrs. John Ince, Mr.
and Mrs. James Vaughan and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Budny.
Tom and Jim MacLeod, sons of Mr.
and Mrs. Hugh MacLeod of Bieselin Road,
entertained members of their baseball
team, The Bellport Belters, at a spaghetti
supper and Halloween party at their home
Monday night. Members of the team have
recently been presented with awards and
trophies by their teammates.
To celebrate her 9th birthday, Karen
Schuman and eight of her friends went to
New York Saturday to visit the Museum of
Natural History. They were chaperoned by
Karen’s mother, Mrs. Robert Schuman of
Bieselin Road and her grandmother, Mrs.
Lydia Sandford of Hauppauge.
A “spook house” and “fortune telling”
were two of the main attractions at a Halloween
party given by Peter and Alison
Hallock at the home of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Albert Hallock, Sunday. Thirteen guests attended.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Light of General
McLean Drive spent the weekend in Bristol,
Va., where they visited their daughter,
Leslie, at Virginia Intermont College.
Judy Weinstock, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Eugene Weinstock of Beaverbrook
Drive, Brookhaven, celebrated her 10th
birthday Friday with a supper and swimming party.
Dennis Murnane, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Dennis Murnane of Smith Street, Blue
Point, celebrated his 7th birthday last Tuesday
with a gathering of friends after school
and his brothers, John and Michael.
Mr. and Mrs. George Densing and children
Nancy, James and Larry of Namkee
Road, celebrated Mr. Densing’s birthday
Sunday night with a dinner at Bronco Charlie’s in Oakdale.
About 25 homemade duck decoys, valued
at $95, were stolen Saturday night from
a boat docked at Senix Creek in Center
Moriches, police said. The owner of the
boat was Lewis Bropson of Reeves Road, Center Moriches.
Playing this week at the Patchogue Theatre:
“Dead Heat on a Merry-Go-Round,”
starring James Coburn; at the Rialto Theatre:
Don Ameche and Martha Hyer in
“Picture Mommy Dead” and at the Plaza
Theatre: “Khartoum,” with Charlton Heston
and Laurence Olivier.

November 10

Free gifts, free refreshments and free
autographs will be provided by the New
York Mets as they roll into Patchogue at
1:18 p.m. Saturday on the “Amazing Mets
Hot Stove Express,” which will arrive on
Track 1 at the Patchogue Rail Road Station.
On board will be Mets stars Ken Boyer,
Jack Fisher, Ed Kranepool, Johnny Lewis,
Tug McGraw and Dennis Ribant. Also on
board will be the famous “voice of the
Mets,” Bob Murphy, the Diamond Club
Girls from Shea Stadium and the musical
mascots, the “Metcats,” a rock and roll combo.
Miss Doreen Pelmont, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Pelmont of Case Avenue,
has been elected treasurer of her campus
residence house for the first semester at
Russell Sage College, Troy, where she is
a sophomore majoring in laboratory technology.
Honeymooning in Patchogue are Mr.
and Mrs. Stephen J. Strenck III, who were
married at 4 p.m. Sunday in St. Francis de
Sales R.C. Church, Patchogue. The bride
is the former Miss Lynda Ann Mayer of Patchogue.
American flag flying at St. Paul’s Episcopal
Church and school, Patchogue, was given
recently by James McPeak of the South
Shore Convalescent Home. The flag, which
was flown over the United States Capitol,
was given to Mr. McPeak by Sen. Jacob
K. Javits. The gift was received by Frank
B. Zanazzi and the Rev. Richard C. Chapin
during a meeting of the Kiwanis Club of
Patchogue and was presented to the parish
during its third triennial dinner Oct. 20.
The Ladies Auxiliary of the Hagerman
Fire Department, Mrs. Francis Kreamer,
president, held a very successful Halloween
Dance and Costume Party at the firehouse
in East Patchogue, Oct. 29. Mrs.
Florence Colicchio was chairman. Prizes
were awarded for outstanding costumes.
Funniest costume: Vincent Stephani, first
prize, Florence Colicchio, second prize;
most original awarded to a group, Michele
Dono, Judy Robinson, Gerri Mitchell, Patti
Dono; best couple, Ray and Dorothy Monahan;
best group, Louis Valentino, Ralph
Colicchio and Tony Riley.
Mr. and Mrs. George Holden of Patchogue
Shores, East Patchogue, returned
Saturday from a three-weeks’ tour through
Florida, where they visited friends.
Mrs. Jane Gardner of George Court, Bellport,
spent the weekend with her daughters,
Jean and Janet, at Northfield School,
Massachusetts, a freshman and junior, respectively.
Maryanne Reilly, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Reilly of South Howells Point
Road, celebrated her 7th birthday Oct. 30
with an afternoon party for 10 classmates and friends.
The Knit ‘N’ Chat Club met last Thursday
night at the home of Mrs. Robert Wayte of
North Brewster Lane. The birthdays of Mrs.
Michael McEnery, Mrs. William Valentine
and Mrs. Wayte were celebrated.
The Bitter Lemons, a Bellport teenage
folk group, sang at a fashion show at
the Elks Club in Patchogue Sunday afternoon.
Members of the group are Marjorie
Binnington, Deyann Demarest, Maro der
Mateosian, Lisa Anderson, Mary Jo Alburger,
Shirley Gillespie, Kerry Young, Jackie
James, Lainey Piro, Susan Petretti and
Vicky Dominy. Also singing with them was
Miss Elaine Beitel, former member of the
group who is here from Washington, D.C.,
for the weekend.
John Jacobus of New York City visited
for the weekend with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. David Jacobus of Academy Lane. Mr.
and Mrs. Jacobus entertained at a small
cocktail party for Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Gould of South Howells Point Road Sunday afternoon.
The Blue Point Wanderers, a small military
team, won first place at the United
States Twirling Association competition,
held Sunday in Hicksville. The members
of the team were Lorraine Swan, Bonnie
McLean, Elyjean Jensen and Vicki Romand.
A 70th birthday was celebrated by Clarence
Hartmann of Monroe Drive, Mastic
Beach, at the Crazy Hat party at the Mastic
Beach Yacht Club, Oct. 29.
Playing this week at the Patchogue Theatre:
“Not With My Wife You Don’t,” starring
Tony Curtis, Virna Lisi and George
C. Scott; at the Rialto Theatre: “Fighting
Prince of Dunegal,” with Peter McEnery
and Susan Hampshire, and at the Plaza
Theatre: Marcello Mastroianni and Anita
Ekberg in “La Dolce Vita.”

November 17
An honored guest at the annual dinner of
the Patchogue Chamber of Commerce last
Thursday night was Miss Mary Dew, a member
of the Patchogue-Medford school system
for the past 34 years, who received an award
from the chamber for Teacher of the Year.
Harry T. Weeks, executive vice president
of the chamber, presented Miss Dew with a bouquet of roses.
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schwartz of Chestnut
Avenue attended parents weekend at Syracuse
University, where their son, Howard, is
a sophomore. They also enjoyed the Saturday
football game between Syracuse and Florida State.
Miss Ann Veronica Foley, of the class of
1968 of Salve Regina College, Newport, R.I.,
will be the managing editor of Ebb Tide, the
college newspaper. Miss Foley is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Foley of North Ocean Avenue.
Married were Private 1/c and Mrs. John
Tamburino in St. Francis de Sales R.C.
Church, Patchogue, Nov. 5. The bride is the
former Miss Michelle Maler, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. James C. Maler of Patchogue Avenue,
East Patchogue. The bridegroom is the
son of Mr. and Mrs. August Tamburino of Patchogue.
The couple has left for Texas, where
the bridegroom is stationed at Camp Hood.
Mr. and Mrs. James V. Capalbo of Pine
Neck Avenue, East Patchogue, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Antoinette, to
Louis L. Giordano Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Louis L. Giordano of Shore Drive, Patchogue.
Miss Capalbo is a graduate of Patchogue High
School Class of 1966 and is employed as a secretary
for Household Finance Corp. Mr. Giordano
is also a graduate of Patchogue High
School and is employed by Suffolk Appraisal
Bureau in Babylon.
Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Felice of Second
Street, Patchogue celebrated their 50th wedding
anniversary Sunday with a Mass at Our
Lady of Mount Carmel R.C. Church, Patchogue,
then a dinner at Felice’s of Patchogue
restaurant. Their 11 children — Alfred,
Eugene, Richard, Dominick, Rosemarie Giuffrida,
Patricia Rizzi, Joanne Celauro, Arthur,
Pat, Louis and Paul — all residents of Patchogue,
attended the affair, along with other
relatives and friends. Mrs. Joan Perry, granddaughter,
read a poem she wrote in honor
of Mr. and Mrs. Felice. They also received
telegrams from Congressman Otis G. Pike
and other political dignitaries and a card from President Johnson.
Mrs. C.W. Kaiser has recently joined her
husband, Capt. Kaiser, in Seoul, Korea, where
he is stationed with the 2nd Infantry Division
of the United States Army. Mrs. Kaiser, the
former Miss Mary Padlon of Bellport, is serving
as a volunteer nurse in the American Red Cross.
Mr. and Mrs. James Cardamone of Station
Road and Mr. and Mrs. Dominick Satornino of
East Patchogue celebrated their 25th anniversaries
together at a family dinner in the Brau
Haus in Medford Sunday. Seventy relatives
were present at the celebration and the couples
received many lovely gifts.
Mrs. W. Dorsey Smith of Bellport Lane left
last Thursday for a visit with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Ruth of Bryn Mawr, Pa.
About 300 teenagers attended a dance
sponsored by the Bitter Lemons at the parish
hall in Christ Church Friday night. Music was
provided by The Village Five. Chaperones at
the dance were Mr. and Mrs. John Binnington,
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Binnington, Mr. and Mrs.
Edward der Mateosian, Mrs. And Mrs. Frederick
Gillespie and Mrs. Murray Fink.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Valentine have sold
their house at 9 New Jersey Avenue to Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Healy of New York and are
now living at 11 Bellport Lane.
Recently wed in the Bellport Methodist
Church were Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Pizzo,
who were married Oct. 23. The bride is the
former Miss Judith A. Waldron of Bellport.
Mr. and Mrs. Sandy Geraine of Bellport
recently celebrated their 25th anniversary
joined by 160 relatives and friends at Felice’s
restaurant in Patchogue.
Mrs. Eugene Weinstock was hostess to the
Brookhaven Kaffee Klatsch at her home on
Beaverbrook Drive last Thursday.
Newlyweds are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Richard
Martin III, who were married at 3:30 p.m.
Nov. 6 in Our Lady of the Snow R.C. Church,
Blue Point. The bride is the former Miss Leslie
Diane Brown of Blue Point.
Peter Maklos, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steven
Maklos of Purick Street, Blue Point, celebrated
his 6th birthday with a party last Friday
afternoon. Peter’s guests were his brother,
Paul, and Paul Cumeo, Valerie Quinn, Christopher
Clarke, Kenneth Field, Debra Seibenkas
and Kevin Benedict.
Playing this week at the Patchogue Theatre:
“The Fortune Cookie,” with Jack Lemmon
and Walter Mattau; at the Rialto Theatre:
William Holden and Richard Widmark in
“Alvarez Kelly.”

November 24

Samuel L. Arnold of Maple Avenue has
been named to the Dean’s List of the
Rutgers College of Arts and Sciences for
academic excellence. He is majoring in
A belated bridal shower for Mrs. William
A. Maginnes, the former Miss Marilyn
Andrisani of Terry Road, was given by Mrs.
Jay Malsky and Mrs. Willard Maginnes at
the home of Mrs. Malsky on Long Island
Avenue Nov. 11. About 15 guests were
present. Mrs. Maginnes is waiting to go to
Germany to join her husband.
Miss Jean Finger, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Clinton Finger Sr., of Howard Street,
has won academic recognition at Rollins
College, Winter Park, Fla. She has been
named to the term Honor List. Miss Finger
is a sociology major.
Joseph Valentine Jr., a senior at Union
College, Schenectady, will spend the
Thanksgiving holidays with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Valentine of Jayne
Recently wed were Mr. and Mrs. Anthony
J. Fuoco Jr., who were married at St. Francis
de Sales R.C. Church, Patchogue. The
bride is the former Miss Carol Di Martino
of Patchogue.
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Reich of Patchogue
have announced the engagement of their
daughter, Carol, to Thomas Merlo, son of
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Merlo of East Patchogue.
Miss Reich is a sophomore at the
State University of New York at Buffalo,
where she is majoring in physical therapy.
Mr. Merlo is in his sophomore year at State
University of New York at Albany, where
he is majoring in mathematics.
Naval support activity is the operation
to which Seaman Robert A. Gregory is
assigned in DaNang, Vietnam. One of 3,500
Navy officers in Naval Support, Seaman
Gregory’s task includes the off-loading of
ships and the handling of the diverse supplies
needed in the demilitarized zone in
that area.
Winners of the free turkey giveaway
drawing in Bellport Saturday are listed
as follows: Ed Fuoco, Frank Dugan, Margaret
Haviland, A.S. Bloch, Bunny Kerr,
James Patanjo, Grant Haviland, Ruth Petit,
Ann Quinn, Ed De Plazzy, Nancy Dominy,
Georges Peter, Cappicotta, George Hawkins,
Osborn, Hazel Hulse, Betty Ivero, Ann
Simpson, Mark Urhlern, M. Gladding, Shirley
Emma, Betty Bishop, Leo Rosenbaum,
Russell Cort and Mrs. F.P. Gaible.
On Nov. 9, members of Girl Scout Troop
115, under the leadership of Mrs. Robert
Brown and Mrs. Chester Arthur, held their
investiture and rededication ceremony, to
which their parents were invited. At this
time the girls received their pins and service
stars and the patrol leaders received
their patrol cords. On Nov. 16, the Scouts
enjoyed a tour of the Bellport Laundry.
Deborah Poten celebrated her 3rd birthday
with a party for six of her friends
last Thursday. Those attending were Laura
Werner, Mike Spitzer, Kenneth Ralff,
Clifton Ralff, Laura Lopez and Mary Beth
Murphy. Deborah is the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Robert Poten of General McLean Drive.
A surprise baby shower was given for
Mrs. Donald Zimmer of Brookhaven Sunday
afternoon by her sister, Mrs. Stanley
Dobrie of Livingston Road. Fifteen
guests were present and the guest of honor
received many nice gifts.
The two kindergarten classes of Mrs.
Alice Klinger and Mrs. Evelyn Ballwig of
the Blue Point Elementary School went to
the Sagtikos Turkey Farm last week.
Joseph Jergens, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Jergens of Blue Point Avenue, left
for the service last Tuesday and is now in
South Carolina. He attended James Wilson
Young High School in Bayport.
Playing this week at the Patchogue Theatre:
“The Professionals,” starring Burt Lancaster
and Lee Marvin; at the Rialto Theatre:
“Texas Across the River,” with Alain
Delon and Joey Bishop, and at the Plaza
Theatre: Jane Fonda and Jason Robards in
“Any Wednesday.”


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