Anne Marie Fallek, now of Southlake, Texas emailed the correct answer for the mystery-mystery picture in the Dec. 16 Oyster Bay Enterprise Pilot. She said, “This picture is of Irwin Tantleff and Tulio Donisi outside the old Foodtown entrance in the South Street parking lot. They are “ringing the bell” for the Salvation Army kettle.” She added a post-script. “P.S. My first job was at the Oyster Bay Foodtown.”
The Dec. 16 mystery picture in the Enterprise Pilot remains a mystery but we believe it will be solved! You know that is always a favorite column in the making...
Belle Santora called to identify the mystery picture in the Nov. 18 issue of the Enterprise Pilot and we saved some of her story for another issue.
The Oyster Bay Enterprise Pilot has a special wish we would like granted. It is in a way, a blank card, but we are confident it will bring great things our way.
A sweet young voice identified the Dec. 9 mystery picture in the Enterprise Pilot. She said, “It’s the First Presbyterian Church. I know because I go there,” said Rosina McCumiskey. She is a student at the Vernon School. “My brother knew too, his name is Willie and he goes to Vernon also,” she added.
We are asking the Oyster Bay Town Board to look favorably at Snouder’s Corner Drugstore as its future is decided.
Sara Flood called to identify the Dec. 2 mystery picture. She said, ‘I know exactly where and when the picture was taken. That is Ruth Imhof in the center, making the Bicentennial Quilt at the Oyster Bay Historical Society. On the right is Dorothy Horton McGee.”
The photograph recently appeared in the Oyster Bay Historical Society’s Freeholder edition for their 50th Anniversary celebration.
Billy Minicozzi recognized the photo as ladies busy sewing. He added on a sports note, “I hope the Jets win and will be in first place over the past weekend.”
It was a lovely weekend in Oyster Bay. We attended the Deck the Holidays event at Coe Hall Mansion in Planting Fields Historic State Park. Everyone agreed the decorations were beautiful. It was fun seeing so many Oyster Bay people there including Jane Greenleaf, Judith and Gil Chapman, Lisa and Gil Ott, Ursula and Bill Niarakis, Roland Cotter-Kroboth and Michael Picollo and of course Planting Fields Foundation Director Henry Joyce. Just to name a few!
Everyone was saying how they were very happy with the way Mr. Joyce has opened up Coe Hall for everyone to enjoy. We had a lovely time snapping photos to share with you soon.
The Mystery Picture from the Nov. 26 issue is still a mystery. As for a hint, we will have a small story in next week to talk about the photo location’s owner.
At this year’s Community Social Action Committee of the Interreligious & Human Needs Council setting up of the Thanksgiving dinner boxes for their Holiday Sharing Program, we learned of the great need in the community.
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