These were fed to the famishing dog, then closing the door he hurried back to Patchogue, where he phoned Dreamy Hollow.
Winifred was also astir, for the call of Patchogue was in her heart, and she must be ready.
Then you go to his hut on the outer drive—pick up a ranger at Patchogue and have him stay there day and night.
You would hardly remember me, for I left Patchogue years ago, when you were a very sweet little girl.
"No, I still live in Patchogue," replied Winifred, dreamily.
Maybe she'd be safer in a little town like Patchogue than among these grand homes on the Parkway.
They had thought to go out along the south shore as far as Patchogue, before turning about for home.
"Don't forget that I am going out Patchogue way very often, in the future," he warned.
Patchogue was his destination, and the object of his haste was "the prettiest little country girl on Long Island!"
Here lived the chief wampum makers, the Secatogue and Patchogue tribes.