Little Miss Lynn Ann Crevoiserat, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Crevoiserat of Nottingham
Avenue, celebrated her 5th birthday
with a party in her home on Saturday. The
theme was Cinderella and the birthday cake
was decorated with the Cinderella characters
down to the last glass slippers, which
formed the table favors for the children
attending. Games were played and prizes won by all.
On Sunday, Mrs. Willard A. Maginnes of
Terry Road, North Patchogue, left by jet airline
from Kennedy Airport to join her Army
husband, stationed in Darmstadt, Germany.
Specialist 4/c Willard Maginnes, who has just
been promoted to his present rank, and Mrs.
Maginnes, the former Miss Marilyn Andrisani,
were married last August.
On Easter Sunday, Gregory Neal Lotko,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lotko of North
Prospect Avenue, celebrated his 1st birthday
with a buffet supper at his home for 25
guests. Gregory has two brothers, Harvey and Barry.
Returning last week from a vacation spent
in Dunedin, Fla., was Harry T. Weeks, executive
vice president of the Patchogue Chamber
of Commerce, where he had been visiting
his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Robinson H. Weeks. While in Florida, Mr.
Weeks and his brother attended the opening
ball game between the Mets and the Cardinals
at St. Petersburg. Among the group of
former Patchoguers at the game were Irwin
Gage of Hewlett Avenue, Lawrence Avery and Harvey Hammond.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Adago Jr. were married
Saturday in the Patchogue Methodist
Church. They are spending their honeymoon
in the Poconos. Mrs. Adago is the former
Miss Margaret Jean Vernon of Patchogue.
Miss Maria Collocola, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Larry Colocolla of Carman Street, has
enlisted in the Waves. She will leave Friday
for 10 weeks of nurse’s training at the Naval
base at Bainbridge, Md. She is a graduate of
Patchogue High School, class of 1966 and
has been a candy striper at the Brookhaven
Memorial Hospital for several years.
At Da Nang, Vietnam, Marine Corporal
Frank C. Fisher of Patchogue shared in the
liberation of more than 2,500 villagers from
enemy control during an eight-day search
and destroy operation. Corporal Fisher is a
member of the First Battalion, First Marine
Regiment, First Marine Division.
Mr. and Mrs. Verne W. Critz of East Patchogue
wish to announce the engagement
of their daughter, Dorothea, to Robert Irons,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Irons of Patchogue.
Miss Critz graduated from Bellport
High School and attended Nazareth College
in Rochester for three years. She is now a
senior majoring in English at Northwestern
State College, Alva, Okla. Mr. Irons was
graduated from Bellport High School and
attended Fredonia State College, Fredonia,
N.Y., and also the Juilliard School of Music in
New York City. He is now a pre-med student
at Northwestern State College.
Miss Betty Warburton, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Richard Warburton of Bieselin Road,
Bellport, has been named to the Dean’s List
at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg,
Va., for the first semester of 1966-67.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wood of Gerard Street
entertained a group of friends at a cocktail
party and buffet supper Saturday night in celebration
of their 25th wedding anniversary.
Miss Susan Wood returned to Beaver College
at Glenside, Pa., on Sunday, after spending
spring vacation with her family.
Mr. and Mrs. John Langfeldt of General
McLean Drive have received word that their
daughter, Doreen, has made the Dean’s List
for the past quarter at the State University of
New York at New Paltz.
A party was given for Laurie Fish Saturday
afternoon in celebration of her 6th birthday
by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Fish of
North Howells Point Road.
Miss Carol Ann Barsi, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Daniel A. Barsi of Yaphank Avenue,
South Haven, is playing the bassoon in the
orchestra for the production, “Roar of the
Greasepaint,” being presented at Brookhaven
National Laboratory April 21, 22, 28 and 29.
Nicholas Munhofen returned to Cheshire
Academy, Cheshire, Conn., Sunday, after a
two-week vacation at his home on Beaver Dam Road.
Miss Carolyn Travers of Pheasant Way,
Blue Point, is spending her spring vacation
at Daytona Beach, Fla. She is a sophomore at Geneseo College.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Barthelme of Weeks
Street entertained at their home Saturday
evening Mr. and Mrs. Charles Clough, and
the Mesdames Robert Luff, Norman Bessette,
George Brush, Miss Ann Ely and Richard Frenz.
Center Moriches Junior High School student
Paul Runyan received a letter informing
him that he won first prize in the annual Flag
Essay contest sponsored by the Saghtekoos
Chapter of the DAR. His essay has been
forwarded to the state chairman for competition
on that level. Mr. William O’Brien is his
American History instructor.
Playing this week at the Patchogue Theatre:
“Tobruk,” starring Rock Hudson and
George Peppard; at the Rialto Theatre: “The
Great British Train Robbery,” together with “Ride the Wild Surf.”
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander J. Foley, of
North Ocean Avenue, and Erwin Dressel
of Patchogue are among the 500 volunteers
serving as chairmen and agents
for the Class of 1967 Bryant College
(Providence, R.I.) Alumni Annual Giving
Fund program. Beginning March 1 and
concluding June 30, the drive will help
provide money for scholarships, library
books and classroom and laboratory equipment.
Mrs. John Staudt of Terrell Street has
returned from a week’s visit with her son
and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James
Staudt. While there, she attended the Easter
Show and Pageant at Radio City Music
Hall in New York City, and traveled to
Staten Island. She spent an afternoon visiting
with her granddaughter, Miss Lorraine
Staudt, who also lives in Brooklyn.
Annette and Michael St. Angelo, longtime
residents of Patchogue, officially
opened their beauty shop, Michael’s
Beauty Salon at 482 Medford Avenue,
Patchogue, just north of the Sunrise Highway,
April 4. Formerly established in New
York City for over 20 years, they have the
experience to offer personalized service.
James A. Kattau of Patchogue has completed
nine weeks of Navy basic training
at the Naval Training Center, Great
Lakes, Ill. The course was his induction
into conditions as he will experience
them aboard his first ship or at his first shore station.
At the Naval Air Training Center, Memphis,
Tenn., Marine Private Robert L.
Sheppard of Patchogue completed a week
of testing and screening. He received a
battery of aptitude tests and was interviewed
for eligibility for technical training
for a Marine Corps aviation unit.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl V. Hansen of Fanwood,
N.J. wish to announce the engagement
of their daughter, Miss Laura Lynn
Hansen, to Robert Joseph Lomicky, son
of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lomicky of East
Patchogue. Miss Hansen is a graduate of
Southeast Missouri State College and is
presently teaching elementary school in
Baltimore, Md. Mr. Lomicky is a graduate
of Bucknell University, Lewisburg, Pa.,
and has served as an officer with the
Army Corps of Engineers in Thailand.
He is now a first lieutenant in the Army
Reserve and is presently employed as a
chemical research process engineer in
Baltimore. The wedding is planned for June 21 in Patchogue.
Miss Frances Del Broccolo, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Del Broccolo of Bellport,
has been named to the Dean’s List for the
fall semester at Willimantic State College,
Willimantic, Conn. Miss Del Broccolo is
a freshman majoring in elementary education.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ince of Bellport
have announced the marriage of their
daughter, Sherry Jane, to Stephen Meyer
III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Meyer
Jr., of Seaford, at Commack on Jan. 1.
Mrs. Meyer, a graduate of Bellport High
School, is a member of the senior class
at State University of New York at Stony
Brook. Mr. Meyer graduated from Stony
Brook in January and is employed by the
New York State Welfare Department at Bay Shore.
Mrs. Elsie Griffith returned to her
home on Seeley Street, Brookhaven, after
spending the winter in Houston, Texas
with her granddaughter, Mrs. William
Beard, the former Judith Still, and her
family. She also visited relatives in Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Baker of Beaver
Dam Road had as their houseguest for
the weekend Roderick Boyd of Suffolk, England.
Peter Kwiatkowski, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Henry Kwiatkowski, had a few little
friends in for a party at his home on Pine
Street Saturday in celebration of his 3rd birthday.
Miss Mary Vollmuth, daughter of Mrs.
Fred Vollmuth of Bayview Avenue, Blue
Point, celebrated her 13th birthday Sunday
at a family gathering. Mr. and Mrs.
James McPeak of Patchogue and their
children and Mr. and Mrs. Manfred Klawins
and children of West Islip were guests.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Furchert of
Corey Avenue vacationed last week at
their camp in Gilmaton Iron Works, N.H.,
with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Sosinski of Barteau Avenue.
Peggy Mulligan, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. James Mulligan of Woodland Street,
celebrated her 12th birthday Wednesday
with a pajama party. Her guests were
Debbie Webster, Jerrylee Jahky, Carol
Scileppi, Gayle Warnken, Joan Ackerly,
Barbara Consentino, Peggy Clough, Nancy
McLaughlin, Nancy Mack and Robin Dickson.
Mr. and Mrs. Warren D. Croon of
Howell Place, Center Moriches, wish to
announce the engagement of their daughter,
Janet, to Donald A. Loper, son of Mrs.
Sophia Loper and the late Howard N.
Loper of Clinton Street, Center Moriches.
Both Miss Croon and Mr. Loper are graduates
of Center Moriches High School.
Mr. Loper is employed at Grumman Aircraft
Engineering Corporation. The couple
became engaged on Good Friday and
no date has been set for the wedding.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: Held Over! “Tobruk,” starring
Rock Hudson and George Peppard; at the
Rialto Theatre: Walt Disney’s “Monkeys
Go Home!” with Maurice Chevalier and
Dean Jones, and at the Plaza Theatre:
“Oh Dad, Poor Dad (Mamma’s Hung You
In the Closet and I’m Feelin’ So Sad),”
starring Rosalind Russell.
Patchogue High School Key Clubbers
brought home three awards from the New
York State Key Club Convention held at the
Concord Hotel April 7-9. Members attending
the convention were: Chester Cervellino, Rick
Kurshner (second place oratorical award),
Paul Silhan (president, representing club to
receive second place single service award
for the Young Rascals Concert, yielding a
profit for scholarship of over $3,000), Charles
Silhan (third place for classical piano rendition),
Doug Jansson, Richard Ehrlich, George
Hamm, James Leone, Mark Needleman, Alan
Christopherson and Larry Stein.
A surprise bridal shower was held for Miss
Barbara Santangelo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Santangelo of North Prospect Avenue,
April 8 at Mt. Carmel parish hall, given by
the members of her bridal party, Miss Cynthia
Sbani, Miss Cathy Reidy, Miss Cheryl Dietz
and Miss Christine Santangelo. Miss Santangelo
will be married to Thomas Skatinski of
Lindenhurst May 6 in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
R.C. Church, Patchogue.
Promotion to his present rank has been
granted Army Private 1/c Robert J. Robertaccio
of Patchogue while serving with the 554th
Engineer Company at Qui Nhon, Vietnam.
Pfc. Robertaccio is a bridge builder.
Willis R. Hess of Evergreen Lane, East
Patchogue, attended the annual Pennsylvania
Society Luncheon at the Waldorf Astoria in New York April 13.
Mrs. Barbara Galen of Donegan Avenue,
East Patchogue, accompanied by Eileen
Reahm of Sayville and Pat Carroll of Bayport,
spent Saturday in New York. They attended a
performance of “Barefoot in the Park” at the Baronet Theatre.
The Classic Four, a musical group consisting
of Fred Stella, Joseph Centrone, John
Prestia, of Bellport, and Doug Smith of Patchogue,
have kept very busy with recent
engagements. On April 7 they played at
Knights of Columbus Hall for a group of 400
teenagers, and the following night 350 teenagers
danced to their music at the Sayville Congregational Church.
Mr. and Mrs. John Soehl of North Brewster
Lane have returned home after spending the
winter months in Key West, Fla.
Miss Barbara Winsche, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Warren Winsche of Shore Road, flew to
Neuchatel, Switzerland, last week to attend
the University of Neuchatel for the next four
months. A sophomore at Monmouth College,
Monmouth, Ill., Miss Winsche will study
abroad to gain fluency in French, the subject
in which she is majoring.
The Mr. and Mrs. Card Club met Saturday
night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Regalmuto
of North Howells Point Road.
Mr. and Mrs. Boris Lomonosoff, Mr. and
Mrs. Wallace Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Feeney and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Demarest
spent the weekend in New York City. They
saw several Broadway shows during their stay.
Todd Bishop, ICFN, is aboard the USS
Norris, which is expected to embark at Newport,
R.I. on Tuesday morning following a trip
around the world. The ship and crew were
stationed at Vietnam for six months. Todd
is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bishop of Bayview Avenue.
Spencer Stickley, son of Mr. and Mrs. E.E.
Stickley of Leisurely Lane, recently returned
from a two-week plane trip to London,
England, where he visited the libraries doing
research on his master’s thesis, which deals
with Great Britain’s economy during World
War II. While there, he spent a few days in
Birkenhead, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Robert Heddrick, visiting Miss Karen Bohn
of Bellport. Karen is staying at the Heddricks’
while attending secretarial school in Birkenhead.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Tobin of Madison
Street, Blue Point, visited their son, Cadet
Edward J. Tobin, who is a third classman at West Point.
Thirty-five Boy Scouts of Troop 49, Blue
Point, went on a camping trip to the county
park in South Haven Friday morning and
returned early Sunday. Despite the rain, a
good time was had by all. The following men
accompanied the boys: Harvey Bumstead,
Gerald Staugaitis, Larry Sanwald, Charles
Santini, Ralph Franklin, Robert Wagner and Richard Krasensky.
Miss Cindy Culp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Clyde Culp of Woodland Street, was elected
to Mayday Court at Susquehanna University
in Selinsgrove, Pa.
Playing this week at the Patchogue Theatre:
“The Russians Are Coming, The Russians Are
Coming,” starring Carl Reiner and Eva Marie
Saint; at the Rialto Theatre: “John F. Kennedy:
Years of Lightning, Day of Drums.”
A commission in the Air Force as
second lieutenant has been given Jay
C. Rowland Jr., of Patchogue, upon his
graduation from officer training school
at Lackland AFB, Texas. Selected for
OTS through competitive examination,
Lt. Rowland has been assigned to Lowry
AFB, Colo., for training as an aerospace munitions officer.
Overseas duty is scheduled for Petty
Officer 2/c Donald Stiriz of Patchogue,
a Navy Sea Bee, who is at present stationed
at Port Hueneme, Calif., having
completed combat training. He has just
received the Navy’s expert marksman medal.
Mrs. Frank Romeo of South Ocean
Avenue has just returned from California,
after a month’s visit with her son,
Lt. Col. Albert W. Romeo. Highlights of
her many sightseeing trips included San
Francisco and vicinity, Yosemite Valley,
the missions of San Juan Bautista and
San Juan Capistrano, Disneyland, Knotts
Berry Farm and Marineland in Los Angeles.
Robert Emery III, grandson of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Emery Sr., of South Ocean
Avenue, has been awarded a four-year
honors scholarship to Syracuse University,
where he will study naval history.
Mr. and Mrs. Emil Praetorius
exchanged marriage vows April 15 in the
Emanuel Lutheran Church, Patchogue.
The couple chose West Point as a touring
point in their honeymoon. Mrs. Praetorius
is the former Miss Linda Capone of Patchogue.
Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Liguori Jr., of
Shore Road, announce the engagement
of their daughter, Jo Ann, to Private
Dennis J. McLoughlin, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Walter McLoughlin of Babylon. Miss
Liguori is a dental assistant in Blue Point.
Pvt. McLoughlin is presently serving in
the Marine Corps Reserves at Camp
Pendleton, Calif. No date has been set for the wedding.
News has come from Swarthmore
College, Swarthmore, Pa., that Peter J.
Delmonte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Delmonte
of Southern Boulevard, East Patchogue,
has been elected to the Swarthmore
Chapter of Sigma XI as an associate
member. Sigma XI is the honorary society
for the encouragement of research
in science. Mr. Delmonte, a graduate of
Bellport High School, is a senior majoring in zoology.
Mrs. Andrew Archbold, Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Froelich, Mr. and Mrs. Fred DeMirjian
and Mr. and Mrs. James Fuoco, all of
Patchogue Shores, have returned home
from Florida, where they spent the winter months.
Mr. and Mrs. I. William Bianchi Jr.,
and sons, David, Danny and Michael,
of Bellport Lane, returned home last
Wednesday from a trip to Washington,
D.C. The highlight of their trip was a visit
to the Supreme Court, which was hearing
the reapportionment case instituted by
Mr. Bianchi against the Suffolk County
Board of Supervisors.
Frank Pierre of Circuit Road recently
received his master’s degree in elementary
education at commencement exercises
at Hofstra University in Hempstead.
Mr. Pierre, a teacher at Bellport Junior
High School, has started studying for his doctorate.
The Robert Nathans family of South
Country Road enjoyed a five-day camping
trip to the Great Smoky Mountains in
Tennessee last week.
On Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. John Tully
of North Howells Point Road attended
the spring horse show at the Knox
School in St. James, where their daughter,
Susan, is a senior.
Douglas K. Light of Munich, Germany
has been visiting his brother and sisterin-
law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Light, while in
the United States on a two-week businesstrip.
The Bellport Clippers golf team won
their most recent match, a League IV
win over Hauppauge, in overtime play as
George Bieselin had the lowest score in
the overtime hole. Bieselin is presently
the No. 1 man for the Clippers and is followed
by Jon Rant, Dennis Derby, Tom
and Gary Palladino, Steve Holman and
Jeff Vaughan. In overall play, the team is
3-1. Coach Earl Maddalena feels the team
is in a rebuilding stage and hopes to have
a successful season.
Airman 2/c Jim Harren, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Owen Harren of Meadow Lane,
spent a three-week furlough at his home.
He is en route to Otis Air Force Base at
Cape Cod, his new station.
Alan Sanders has returned to Harpur
College in Binghamton after spending his
spring recess with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Jerome Sanders of Division Avenue, Blue Point.
Mrs. Janet Shene and her daughter
Lisa, of Los Angeles, Calif., are visiting
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard
Shene of Nelson Court.
Maureen Morley, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Morley of Corey Avenue,
celebrated her 5th birthday Friday at a
party for 12 of her friends.
Playing this week at the Patchogue
Theatre: Paul Newman is “Hombre”; at
the Rialto Theatre: “8 on the Lam,” with
Bob Hope and Phyllis Diller; at the Plaza
Theatre: “Who’s Afraid of Virginia
Woolf?” starring Elizabeth Taylor.