A catered luncheon at the Bonanza
restaurant on East Main street was
enjoyed by the Senior Ladies Society of
Emanuel Lutheran Church April 26, when
the ladies celebrated their 55th anniversary.
On April 12, the Rev. Edward A.
Rauff, Emanuel’s pastor, installed the new
officers for the year: President, Mrs. Fred
Oeser; vice president, Mrs. Walter Nulty;
secretary, Mrs. William Howden; treasurer,
Mrs. Edward Moger; financial secretary, Mrs. Fred Bouquet.
Miss Lucie Tucker, daughter of Mrs.
Beatrice Tucker of Rider Avenue, has been
granted a full scholarship towards her
Master of Arts degree at Brown University,
Providence, R.I. Miss Tucker is graduating
in June with a Bachelor of Arts degree
from Vassar College in Poughkeepsie.
At Ladycliff College, Highland Falls,
N.Y., Miss Phyllis Borzi, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Phillip L. Borzi of Case Avenue,
has been admitted to membership in
Lambda Iota Tau, International Literature
Honor Society. Miss Borzi, member of the
class of 1968, is majoring in English, with a
minor in secondary education.
New members were inducted recently
into the Kiwanis Club of Patchogue. They
are: John Chester, Arthur Murphy, Frank
Zanazzi, Bruce Bryn and Roy Watts.
The engagement has been announced of
Miss Linda Olswang, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Olswang of Bayview Avenue,
Bayport, and Ronald Kronbach, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Julius Kronbach of South Ocean
Avenue, Patchogue. The announcement
was made Saturday at a reception for 60
guests at Wolfgang’s Restaurant, South
Ocean Avenue. Miss Olswang attended
James Wilson Young High School and is
currently employed with Hills Korvette.
Mr. Kronbach is a senior at Patchogue
High School. No date has been set for the wedding.
Edward Quinn has purchased the Rodel
house at Patchogue Shores, East Patchogue,
and the Quinn family will be permanent
residents of the Shores.
Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stiriz of Lake
Drive, East Patchogue, have returned from
California, where they visited their son,
Donald, who is in the service.
Fifth Precinct police said an 18-foot
rowboat with a 40 HP motor was removed
from its moorings at the Bellport Beach
Estates sometime during the early hours of
Saturday morning, according to the report.
Police said the owner, Joseph Grucci, 26,
of Roseland Lane, reported the value of the
boat and its contents was approximately $600.
Miss Kathleen Holland and her fiancé,
Thomas Jennings, spent the weekend with
Miss Holland’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent
Holland of South Howells Point Road,
Bellport. Miss Holland, a junior at Rosemont
College, and Mr. Jennings, who is at
the University of Maryland on a teaching
fellowship, will be married on June 24.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas F. Simmons of
Browns Lane have returned from a week’s
vacation in England and France.
Todd Bishop, U.S.N., returned to his
ship, the USS Norris, at Newport, R.I.,
Friday, after spending three days with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bishop of Bayview Avenue.
If anyone took a red bicycle with blue
handles and V.-Room motor from the lawn
of 74 North Howells Point Road on the
day before Spring Cleanup, would they
please return it. A very sad little boy left it
out by mistake and it was not meant to be discarded.
Mr. and Mrs. George Warnken of Madison
Street and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Sauerwein
of Division Avenue, both Blue Point,
attended the Bayport Fire Department
Inspection and Installation dinner at the
Bayport Fire House Saturday night.
Playing this week at the Patchogue Theatre:
Held Over! Paul Newman is “Hombre”;
at the Rialto Theatre: “The Alamo,”
starring John Wayne and Richard Widmark:
and at the Plaza Theatre: “Game is
Over,” with Jane Fonda and Peter McEnery.