Snow May Cover
Jack's Shoe Store
Is ready for
Great way to enjoy your golf game.
Wear Putter. You'll look and feel better.
Lightweight Hush Puppies" casuals. In the
season's newest, gayest colors. This kiltie-accented
golf shoe of softest Breathin'
Brushed Pigskin" comes clean with a quick
brushing. Its light weight, steel shank support,
and water repellency should be worth
a stroke or two, besides.
Why settle for Par?
Take a golf lesson that works on any course
in the country— Eagle. A comfortable new
Hush Puppies' golf shoe. A clean cut style
in Breathin' Brushed Pigskin'. Lightweight.
Water repellent. Brushes clean and new-looking
in seconds. Steel shank support.
You'll be seeing a lot of this shoe around
courses everywhere. Try on a pair yourself.
Stop by soon.
CASUAL SHOES ONLY BY WOLVERINE
( former manager Duane's in Bar Harbour)
formerly J & J d / b / a
322 Main Street
The AIM Lumber and Mason Supplies, located at 72 Motor
Avenue, Farmingdale, displays its fine selection of Conolite
Rolls and Hardware at its newly renovated store formerly
known as Karp's lumber yard. Lee and Frank offer only first
quality material with reliable service, under new management.
Boychoir Leads Holy Week Observances at St. Kilian's
The Easter Season Observances for Holy Week, at the St.
Kilian Roman Catholic Church in Farmingdale, feature a full
range of beautiful Liturgical Music, prepared especially for
these services. Director Hermann Furthmoser, will conduct
the St. Kilian Boychoir and Men's Choir, for each of the Liturgical
Observances scheduled for Holy Thursday, Good Friday,
Holy Saturday Special Evening Services, and the Saturday Midnight
Easter Vigil Mass, and Easter Sunday. The Music Program
will include Motets by Palestrina, da Croce, Vittoria,
Viadana, Gallus, Hendel/ Lotti, Aichinger, and Bruckner.
FARMINGDALE MUSIC FOUNDATION ( Continued from page 4)
Vivian Rivkin, concert pianist and Westminster Recording Artist; Gabriel Fontrier,
Music faculty Queens College and Music critic, L. I. Press, Milton Katims, violist,
conductor, Seattle Symphony Orchestra.
The first winner was Milton Bergey, flutist of Huntington, N. Y. He used the prize
money to finance a summer study at Tangle wood Music School where he was the
youngest applicant ever to be accepted. Later Mr. Bergey became a member of the
ill fated U. S. Navy Concert Band and died on a good will flight to Brazil.
Other winners and finalists included Charles Haupt, Dorothy Reichenberger, Susan
Kogan, Abraham Stokman, Neal Zaslaw, Laurence Wasserman, Laurence Krenis,
Guy Lumia. Do you recognize these names? Many of these " young music students" of
the 50' s are now active, well known members of the musical scene.
In order to give encouragement to music students residing in the Farmingdale
School District the Foundation awarded special prizes to Clarice Danielsson, Nancy
Rosen, Patricia Mowry.
The $ 25.00 prize money won by Nancy Rosen was used to purchase ten recordings
which she donated to the Farmingdale Public Library on June 3, 1954, . This was the
beginning of our library's extensive record collection.
The Farmingdale Music Foundation, Inc. served as the prototype for other community
organizations on Long Island, which are still serving some of the musical
needs of the area. Although the activities of the Foundation have ceased, the people
who participated in any of the activities, or attended the concerts have been a part
of a musical scene that was unique and that still may be playing a part in enriching
Oops, gremlins at the printing plant again! Despite all that
you read in the Farmingdale Observer last week, the Liberty
Party is the Liberty Party, not the liberal party. ( It was a
mere typographical error.) The lady whom Farmingdale
loves at Smiles store is Ann Baker.
Thunder Art Galleries Ltd.
( Cradle of Promising American Artists)
Oils - Watercolors . Collages
• Lithographs - Etchings
TUES - WED - THURS AND FRI 11 TO 5 PM
SAT T! LL 6 PM SUNDAY 2 TO 5 PM
169 MAIN ST. FARMINGDALE
FIRST BUILDING NORTH OF RR TRACKS
Telephone: 293 - 7264
10S Thursday, March 23, 1967 Farmingdale Observer Supplement
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