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I Nassau County Review Official Paper of .Nassau County FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, APRIL 30. 19J5 Vol. X.X, .No. IS Freeport In the Fraternal Orders News of the Churches Local Topics Social and Personal .Single copies of the Rfviow for nale j Doins^ in the »ecrct fraternal orgam/ationt of Ht Cireeri^tlatt'M aiul Bralihwait<-'s, Rail- Fre«por«and vicinitr. road Avenue; MicKnoft's, Nassau , County Review. DaSilva'.* and Go- : f^^, ^^xt rppjurar meeting of Long beiz'8, Main Street; DaSilva's.West j^^j^^j Council No. .^,50. U. C. T.. will Merrick Road. tf. :t of Sermons. Servicet of th and otJier doiass in the churche and church societies rnls and explai—ttons not entirely of Mainly a newt nature, on villaffv affairs by the editor Does Freeport Need In the Fire Department More Fire Protection? %,.„.,. eat to and about tha firemaB r local department hy H.E. P. HIGHWATEK TIDE TABLE niinnte^ Friiisv, April ShtjrdBv, .May Sunday, Monday, Tuefcdav, Wednesdav. ThursdHy, Friday. Saturday, nr .Shi for H" fiv H. ni|.-l<!t 30 1 2 3 1 .5 6 7 « Kik. IVdnot .'52 .1 Bh>) 8:26 <i. m. H:17 B. m. 10:11 a. m. 11:10 a. m. 12:16 p. m. 1:27 p. m. 2 :86 p. n). 8:41 p. m. 4:87 p. m. be held in .Mechanics' Hall next .'Sat¬ urday evening. .May 1, at i* o'clock. .Senior Fast Councilor L. J. Rodier wiil be present and install the ofticers for the ensuing year. Jamaica Coun cil No. 460 and Brooklyn Council No. 165 have been invited and a large del¬ egation is expected. F'irst Church of Christ, Scientist. — Services Sunday morning at 11 o'clock; Hempstead Bank Building; subject, next.Sunday, .Mav 2, "Everlastir^g Punishment." .Mrs. L, H. Rc-s w DELIVER ¥S FRO.MOL'R P'RIENDS The last iasae of the official paper of the Village Board of Frtefiort had the following item: Must Close on Sunday With but few exceptions the store* t 8-90 ill entertain the of 'he Village of Freeport must stay ^ " * A shirtwaist dance will be held at the Freeport Club House un Friday evening. -May 14. The proceeds of this entertainment are fur tbe baseball team, and tbe commitee hopes to have a large attendance. Danci nu wil! be The Boy Scouts of America, Troop No. 1, will give a play and entertain¬ ment in Brooklyn Hall, next Monday evening, .May 3. ODD FELLOW'.S On .Monday evening the first detrree 8:41 p. m. was conferred upon three candidates, m. Carl Darenberg, William F. Pearsall and Paul Graffinger. .Next .Monday evening the second degree will be con' ferred on the same candidates. Ihe Presbyterian Church the Chapel next Wednesday, May at 3 o'clock. The aabjects for the months are "Cuba and Porto Rico" and "Siam." The response to roll cail Freeport Chapter No. :i02. Royal will be the name of a missionary and —¦ Arch Masons, will confer the -Mark | gomething ahout the person or the Rovegno & Seaman have rempired , Master Mason Degree ui)on four .Mas^ work. All women of the church are their grocery business one door west ter Vlasons al their regular meeting invited to attend. of their former location, into the new next Wednesday. j store just finished, next to the Free- port Taxicab Co., on Railroad Avenue. j^,. KeMow-Craft Degree will be Miss Lois Gregg .Secor will give a conferred in Massapequa Lodge Xo. dramatic raeding, "Peg o'My Heart, • ,,, . .,, . ooo u-foo anii Ai^nontnH Mnidno af I at Bfooklvn HbII on Tucsday evening. The Freeport Arts Club will -neet; 8ZZ. 1-ree and Accepted .Masons, at at 8 o'clock under the an« with Mrs S R Smith 136 Smith ' their regular meeting next jjonday "".^^ ^"j " ^ ° ^ °'^,''' """" '"t, """ S.r«e; next" Mondav May 3 The evening, at the Rockville Centre Bank i P"-** "f thelL.dies'Guild of the Trans- sT-ker will be MisB^Ethe^^^^^^^^ Buildin^g. Village Avenue, Rockville 1 fi«"-^-"- Many of the Freeport peo- the topic, "The Montessori .Method will again have opportunity to to this well known reader. closed on Sunday. The following proc¬ lamation hai been issued by President R. -M. Lamb, chief of the police: "Beginning Sunday, .April 24, 191.5, in accordance with a request of the Freeport Business Men's Association, all stores in the village must be closed The W^ornan's ivihsionary.Society of on Sundays except as follows: Drug *"" meet in gtores, restaurant!, garage?, soda members of the W. C. T. U. at their regular meeting Thursday, May <i, at :' o'clock. .Mrs. .Jeanne Marion Doane of Rockville Centre will speak on Child Labor. water fountains, tobacco and news paner dealers, fruits and flower-s; also delicatessen stores before 10 a. m. and between 4 and 7 p. m. Officers will notify tradesmen of thia order in advance as far as possible. Grocers for groceries only may be open until 10 a. m. This order has no reference to sa¬ loons and hotels which are under the excise law. (Signed) Roland .M. Lamb, Chief." Mr. and .Mrs. Walter .Moore an¬ nounce the engagement of their daugh ter, Dorothy, to F both of Freeport. The marriage of Fred l-'Ktterson, son of Mr. and .Mrs. W. H. Patterson, of South Main Street, to .Miss Gertrude Smith of Cedarhurst, was solemnized at the home of the bride on Wednes¬ day afternoon. Miss Annie Eldridge entertained the Lunch Club at her home on West .Mer¬ rick Road, Monday afternoon. The Kire Couni-il gives notice that at its meeting on Wedneaday, .May lil, action will be taken on the following ] petition. .'Ml interested are invited ' Permission has been granted to'ex- to attend this meeting, which will be . perirnent with the bell ringing appli- held at the house of Wide Awake En- | ance at the truck hou«e again on Sat- gine Company, corner Church and I'ine I urday hfternoon of this week,'from Streets: ; three to «ix o'clock. We. the under.signed. residents of the llth election district of the Vil-! The writer h'dd the pleasure of meet- lage of Freeport. Nassau County. N. \ '"K the Chief and .'\sst. Chief of the Y., realizing that, under tne present Hempstead department Saturday even- Haroid Loonam. placing of fire companies in said vil- '"?• Roth Chief Nichols and Asst. lage. we have nn adequate protection | <'hief Baldwin are young men who _ against tire for our homes, do hereby | st«'m to know the game aiul are in it petition the Fire Council of the Vil i h^-art and soul, and Hempsteau should lage of Freeport, Nassau County. N.I enjoy a successful administrationJIof t . to establish, locate and equip a fire Uiepar'n'^-nt affairs umler them. company in some suitable location in the aforesaid election district. . i-,,^. tournament committee «t Hemp- To the foregoing petition we the un-I stead has refused to make the rules dersigned residents respectfully ^ub- Lonf„rm with those under which the mit our names to your honorable body. I horse hose contest has always been ; run, and consequently we will have to Post card greetings are received from Albin N. Johnson and Levi L. Davis, who are attending the annual Royal Arcanum State Session at Sar- "The lirst grano annual reception and ball of the agentc of the Amster¬ dam News Co." will be held in Brook¬ lyn Hall next Thursday evening. May 6; danc'ng from 8:30 p. m. to .'. a. m.; refreshments will be served. "The Ralston Family" will give an entertainment in the assembly room ot the Srove Street School Friday night, May U, for benefit of tho Student As- sociutioii. Tickets are now on sale by members of the .AssoriRtion. The Hctor's colony section ol the vil¬ lage is beginning to take on its sum mer iicti-'ities, a number of the actors and their families now being back at their homes, and others coming evorj Centre. The degree will be in charge , P'.« *'»''^ 'j^.'"'!. ^}^^ '?«<=o'" "«'J ^'' of the officers of .Jamaica Lodge, and"'" ^^ delighted to learn that they the lecture will be delivered by Bro. Noble, Senior Warden of that lodge. The Woman's Relief Corps. D. B.P. ,Mott Post, *'ill hold a home-made pie sale find progressive social at their Post rooms this Friday evening. .April 30. All are welcome. Talks on the Bahai Revelation by ArthOr P. Dodge. Sundays at '5:30 p. m. at 64 Jay Avenue, Freeport, N.Y. : subject for .May 2, "The Kingdom of God on earth; the foretelling thereof; Bible proofs; the reality of it, and its The first meeting of the Freeport i beginning. " All welcome ; no charge. Social ('lull w as held at the home of .Miss Kvelvn Tee[ile. -vi .North Long ¦ Beach Aveliue, on Wednesday after- Next Thursdny evening .May ti, the nooi, April 2S. .After games, a light, .Men's Club of the Transfiguration will collation was served. .Among those hold their monthly meeting in the club present were .Misses Evelyn Teeple. room at Pine Street and Long Beach .Maiie Hn-i Elizatieth .Mabee.Edna Hut- Avenue, when an address will be giv en on "Kailroading" by Dwight, C. J. Hemy Von Kim, jr., has been np pointed h suli siuhm of the l.iiznr F'cr- fumory Coiniiany of New York and started Tuesday on a trip lasting two months. I'efore his return he will cove*" thf principal cities and towns of New York, New Jersey, r-ennsylvanie, Maryland, West Virginia and Virginia. The tl nnis season was opened Sun¬ day afternoon when several nf the members of the liayview Tennis Club made their first ajipearance of the sea¬ son on the courts on Rose Street, the workman has been put L'ourts in shape iluring the "Tony" ting th.. last two weeks. The f<irmal openinj: toil, H nrietta Terrv. Kathryn Fennel- I.' anrl Marie .Milbank. .!!:. '). IJ. A. M. Last Fi'lday evening Freeport Coun- ci No. .')", Jr. O. U. A. -M., performed the initiatcirv -vork on a class of about ^irty from .'Success Council No. 4 of lleiiifstead, and three candidates from their own (Jouneil. The new members of Freeport Coiincil are Ward Frost of Freeport. Nels'in F^ost < f Seaford and Frank White of Baldwin. This Frid.ny evening'. .April 3". Freeport ("ouncii . will initiate another large class from Success Council, working all three ile- gre.'S. Freeport Eiks Entertain Baker of Freeport, also a short address by William Baldwin, Garden City. .A iu'.i httemlance i.s earnestly 'Ic-ireil, METHODIST CHURCH Hoiy t'ommunion will be observed Sunday morning. .Members will be received. The Communion offering, whici"! is usuailv devoied to relief work In the first place, we note that there are to be some few exceptions to thi» atoga Springs. rule, according to tbe introduction' to the item quoted. Incidentally not A bridge party wai given at the having seen the order of the President, Crystal Lake House for the benetit cif tve are not able to state where the the Woman's Suffrage Campaign Fund, mistake comes in, but April 24 was Tuesday afternoon, April 27, by Mrs. not Sunday. Dennis J. Comiskey, .Mrs. Roland .M. But what I started out to say waa Lamb, Mrs. Francis Arguimbau and that the official order saya that the Miss Thelma Eckhart. The rooms stores must be closed "in accordance were decorated with yellow flowers, with a request of the Freeport Busi- the Suffrage color. The color scheme ness Men's Association." Rlvider.tly was carried out alao in the table deco- Section 2147 of the Penal Law, which rations and refreshments of ice cream we quote herewith, which haa been in i and cake were aerved. Each of the force all during the time .Mr. Lamb hostesses carried large bouquets of has be<n in office, was overlooked. It yellow Jonquils. There were about has been a well known lact that stores i()() ladies present. in the Village of f'reeport (as in other villages, presumably) were allowed to stay open as they pleased, and that the only thing a man could not get in the village on Sunday was a shave. Section 2147 of the Penal Law, above referred to, saya : ".All manner of public selling nr of¬ fering for sale of any property upon Sunday i.s prohibited, except that arti cles of f(]od may be sold and supplieil at any time before IU o'clock in the mcrning, and except also that rneals may be sold to be eaten nn the prem ises where sold and served, and else- pariah, '.vill be given to the work of "here, by caterers; and [irepared t will bl "stars' next Saturday, it last season will when begin the lh>' A c Lodge the fo K'l ¦n by Frofport enin^.^ '.vith Improving Main Street riii'uui:b .the activity of Supervisor llirain K. Smith, assisted by Village President Roland .M. Lamb and the highway authorities, and also tbe authorities of the Long Island Hail- road, the crossing at .Main Street at ita approach on the south, which has so long been in almost impassable con¬ dition, is now being properly repaired. , . The space to be repaired is email, but is more travelled than any other section of the village, l^arge catch ' basins are being installed to take the surface water away, running under the railroad tiacks. The village in¬ stall! two of these, and the railroad company thiee, and the railroad com¬ pany will pay for inlproVing the space between ita tracks, likewise the trol¬ ley company, and the county will at¬ tend to the reel of the work of improv¬ ing Main Street, which will be finished j, with asphalt, and instructions have ^°'?f' o i i . j i i. m ^ Baritone Solo, selected; .Iohn -Mc .if Elks Mondav [lowing program : FART ONE Echo, .Mar'i'arland ; Hrailbuiy Quar¬ tette. a Etude, Tschaikowsky; li .Scherzo, Liszt; Irwin Hassell. Tenor Solo, selected: Clarence Baw- : Jen. a In the Time of Roses, Reinhardt; b The Eagle, Carl Busch; c The Years at the Spring, .Mrs. Beach; Florence Stockwell-Strange. Soprano Solo, selected; Lois Long HaekeH. Prologue, Pagilacci, Leoncavallo; John .McKelvary. PART TWO a Cansonnetta, Frinil; b .Melody. Tschaikowaky; c Gulaire, Moszkow- aki-Sarsate; Kathryn Piatt Gunn. Soprano Solo, selected; Lois Long Hackett. Tenor Solo, selected; Clarence Baw- den. a In Dreams, Kramer; b The Birth¬ day, Cowen; Florence Stockwell- the Metbiidisl Hospital in Brooklyn. This is an annual offering made by the church to this very nobic philanthropy. .At t.'ie ' vening service Ur. (."virtice will jirehch on the theme, "laii a .Man lie M Christian'.'" The monthly meeting of the Official Board will he held in the chafiel on Mmh lay e'.Hning. The Epworth League otficers for the C'lming year were elected at the annual meeting, last Wedneaday evening, and are as follo'.vs : President, Dr. George .A. H. Smith; first vice president, .Misa Ijrace Turner ; second vice president, .Miss .Adelaide L. Decker; third vice president, .Miss Annie May Carpenter; fourth vice president, *-'isa Florence E. Carpenter; secretary, Stanley Ray¬ nor; treasurer. Louis S. Cozzens. Lecture On Russia in spite of the threatening weather a fair-sized audience of men gathered in Brooklyn Hall on Tuesday evening to hear Rev. J. F. Hecker deliver his lecture on "The Real Russia." It was an intellectual treat and all who heard it were more than repaid for any sacrifice they ma^ have made to be present. In his lecture Rev. Hecker showed bae^o, milk, ice and soda water Iilaces other than where spirituous or malt liquors or wines a-e kept or offered for sale, and fruits, ilowers, confectionery, newspapers, drugs, medicine and surgical appliances may be sold in a quiel and orderiv manner ¦ in any time during the day. T.ie pro¬ visions of thia section, hawever, shall not be costrued to allow or [lerniit the public sale or exposinir for sale or deliverj' of uncooked flesh food, or meats, fresh or suit, al any hour or time of the day." I would not like to take the last [ sentence of the President's oruer as it I reads, saying that "this order has no reference to saloons and hotels." .So I I guess I will have to leave official paper of the Village explain. Speaking along this line, >t was in¬ teresting to note in the official paper , the following item, speaking of the farewell day. deaignation of an official paper, "Nas , silk banner. New Headquarters for Suffrage Club (Contrlliuteiii On till' llrlth ot November. l:il4, the Freeport Woman Sulfrage Ciub met at headquarters in ('ottage ('ourt. a Sling cosy headquarters, give;) hy Mrs. Eltcrii'h for the winter in the "Cause." Through wind iiiiJ .'.eatlier each and every week for six months a e- band yf earnest Sulfragists haie :iiel o- at thia iiecd.juarters. The Chib has in [grown steuilily in membership and has iiy prospered financially. At present it or is coincident that Ciub ine:idieiship is .'lO and llie hank balance is $."ili. .May 3 the Club will remove bag and baggage to Brooklyn Haii, and on this date will hold its tirst iiice'inL' n- nn organization prepar,e,l, williiv..'^ and anxious to sup)iort itsi If. The last and farewell ineeiim; on Monday last at old headijUMi t( rs was interesting, busines.s ai,d buzzy. .Mrs. P'rances .M. Smitli was nmwiniously elected secretary. .Mrs. Ltna Leon¬ ard was appointed Club press chair¬ man. The prtijent nfficer;' terms wil' not expire until after .Nijvemlier 2. 191.'i, the day appointed to decide the it to the'question whether or no .New York Board to women will be granted the ballot by our men of New York. The new and just conipleied banner was exhibited for the first time ihis It is a beautifui orange Woman Suffrage Free- (Signed) Frank H. Stevens Richard E. Cameron, ir. Alexander C. .Ackerman George Huhn John W. -Meyer Simon De La Fuente .M. Fitzgerald E. B. Washburn John B. Kidder James E. Vetter (Jeorge Helm William Dunker Frank R. Aldridge Oliver (ioldenji. George Duryea Anders .Magnusson William Greenblatt .Adam Meiselback .Martin J. Horstman Business Men Working .At the meeting of the Business .Men's .Association. Tuesday evi'iiing. the committee on street lights report¬ ed [irogress ; to date about lo jier cent, of the (iroperty owners have .signeil the petition and p number more are expecteil in the next few days. The proposition to have a crossing at Columbus .Avenue o>er the L. I. R. K. tracks was taken up. Tn.- trustees of the school are in full accord with the idea, and it is nuv.' being taken up by the .Aasociatinn, with the trustees of the village. There is no doubt but what th'.'V will ii;.;reo also, and tiun a united appeal to the railroad official j compete under the rules as we find I them there. The |irincipal departure : is that harness will have to be at the I hind wheels of the apparatus and not , side of the pole, as the contest has al- I ways been run where records were made. to .v.rrk witli the village in li;;\ ing this I h"v'nK the crossing made, will be taken Uj.. The i fortned men crossing is badly needed. To reach the section around Columbus .Avenue it is neeess'iry fnr vehicles and pedes- trinns tu uo around tiy Henry -'treet. I BAVVIEW HOSE CO. HAS SUCCESSFl L DANCE Vhe Crystal Lake House was crowd¬ ed Saturday evening fnr the first an nual dance of Bayview Hose Company No. 3, and the affair was a brilliant social success. Starting with the grand march, led by A. L. Clark, foreman of the com¬ pany, with .Mrs. Clark, there was not a dull moment until the orchestra played Home .-sweet Home, a few hours later (or earlier) and the company is more than giatilied al the spiendid showing made ami the support given it. During the I veiling a prize waltz was given, with the following judges: .Mrs. George .Munroe. Chief .\ichols and .Asst. Chief Baldwin, of Hempstead; ex-(^"hief Loonam, Edward (iice. fore¬ man of Engine 1, and Chief Pearsall of Freeport. Picking the winner was no easy task, but the prize was finally awarded to Miss Lenker. daughter <if Charles lenker. the .Nurtb .Main Street florist, .A 1)'.iilsii;in' In', ihf,' cup was also offered as a prize lo lh>' lire company th. ¦ wth, Idreri I'st easterly crossing, '.vliich is cjndabout wbv. The section "-ached IS sh.jwing a rHjdd at present the school largest iniinbei of uni- nre-" t. .All companies were Will ri'iiresi nted, but those who c line for dnncing us a rule prefer not to cciMi"' in uniform, and the prize went ¦III Truck 1 id" Freefiort. which was r. (.11'seotcd by I'.vii nienibers in iini- forrn. The coMiinittee which ; handled this allair were: I'-sing the track, are in the i Mott, chairman; ! Joseph .McClogkey. I Andrew L. ('lark, furnished the nni-i Edwin Fr.d 1 successfully Forrest De CrosHlield, .'nL'rolf and W.ilfei'- I'besira Fire on "Turks'Island" Thursdav T' sau County Review receiving one vote; port" done i:i blue letleiing. Nassau Post three votes and one blank , black stars forming a circle irjiresent cast by the President." ' the twelve fully enfranciii-''i .-'tales. You will note that they claim they i In the space in the centre ol ine circie also ««ceived one blank vote oast by ! of stara will be placed a big black star the President. I guess that is correct representing New York State IF' New as he would have voted for them if his York State becomes fully enfranchised vote had been needed. habit if laking a short cut through the wire fenc- and acr jss tFi.^ tracks for '^aiit of the proper -iirosBing. From lime ta time ntimerou.- iied- dicrs of such things as raincoats, jew¬ elry, etc.. make a canvas- uf the town, selling supposed bargains, to the del rinient of the iegilimate business men, ' Ihiirsday afternoon al who sell the same thing and who must i alarm of lire took the fire department ask a fair firofit. These pediJIers. j to the home of John Stevens, on the with no overhead charges lo meet, I east side of Freeport ('reek, into what work a harm, and a n;otion was ap-] is known as the "Turks Island" sec- proved to communicate witn the trus-l tion. tees of the village, asking that a li-' .Mrs. Stevens hao gone .>ui for the cense fee be exacted from these ped-1 afternuon. and the tire was nut diacof ¦ dlers when tiling busih'-- ii'-rf- an 1 it|ered until neighbors saw it coming was suggested tiiat a njuiimuin fee of thniugh the roof. The alarm was im- .$1.1 per year be charged, I mediately sent in. but companiei were Applications for membership 'n thej unable to ascertain from their houses .Association are constantly ccniing in , the corrrcl location and were forced and three new members were added ti the roll. Boy Scouts Busy Interesting Polo Contests been given to make a smooth, proper „ job. whieh will stand up under the ''¦e'vary heavy traffic at this crosiing. November 2, 1915. The banner is mounted on a fiemisli colored rod. The carrying (lole is topped by a solid brass eagle which hovers proudly protectingly over the The field of the Freeport Polo Club , u u , , A meeting of I'reeport Troon No. 1 I spjrjt of womanhood asking recogni- was lined with automobiles audit is how war. which always compels a peo- of the Boy Scouts of America was held, tion from men. Mis. Elterich de- estimated that 20OO persons saw the -.-.. pletolook to strong, virile leaders for, Saturday, April 17, at the residence ; signed and made the banner, except game of six periods between the trio Sweetheart Goodbye, The Bradbury help, gave rise to autocratic govern- of Scoutmaster A. C. Hottenroth, 303 the stars, wbich were made bv Miss of actors Fred Stone Vernon ^astle I Quartette. FREE 1 Wizard Mop with 1 gal. Lemon oil at $1.00. 0-Cedar Mop« 69c Wizard Mops, 39c Grass Seed, 10c lb. 1. Da Silva West Merrick Road Tel. :!8<.5-W; 5 and 10c Store 330-W Adrertlvement ' "Are you going to plant some shrub¬ bery and trees this Spring? First class goods at right prices can be ob> tained at John J. Randall's Nurseries, Obituary ment in Russia, replacing the original South Bayview Avenue, for the purpose I Irene C. Davison of East Rockaway. and Frank Tinney, on one side, and demociatic formof government which of furthering its permanent organiza-1 This banner will plav an important Sheriff Stephen P. Pettit, Frank Pren this people nad as an heritage from tion. ; part in the campaign during the next dergast and Anthony N. Fedden, .'^un- six months. There will be parades in day. ! to call "power house" for information, ' with the resultant delay. The nearest ; hydrants were a long distance away. : Hose 2 connecting at Raynor Avenue and .Vlili Road and Hose 1 bringing I their hose across the creek from Main I Street on a boat. The building was I gutted. .Mr. Stevens had m. insurance on his t'urniture. The house, whieh was owned by William .Southard, was insured. The cause of the lire is un¬ known, it apijarently having started at the foot of the stairway to the sec ond floor MRS. ELLA H PEARSALL Mrs.. Ella H., wife of Frank Pear¬ sall, aged 6'2 years, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. .Mervin Raynor, 27 Lillian Avenue, on Tuesday even¬ ing after a lingering illness. Funeial services will be held at her late hjme this Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Rev. Dwight .A. Jordan officiating; interment Greenfield Cemetery ; C. .A. Fulton, funeral director. .Mrs Pear- Ocean and Randall Avenuei, Freeport! sail is survived by a husband, three tribal days. But war did not only The following answered roll call: give rise to autocratic government, A. C. Hottenroth, Scoutmaster; T. W. it also firmly established and main Robertson, assistant Scoutmaster- tained it. For 300 yeara the Russian ' Holmes Swezey, Norman Maxon, Law- people fought the Mongolian hordes rence Smth, Henry .Millard, Dallas which swept over its plains from the Reach and Adolph Christian, Frederick East To maintain their position as Hottenroth, scouts. city and country. 'There will be ba- Up to the fourth )ieriod the zaars and meetings; meetings indoors was a tie at one goal each, the game wield- and out, and the banner will be there. Its initial entrance in the arena of Suffrage was made at the charming, successful bridge party at the Oystal Crystal Lake House Activities The Crystal Lake House a nation in the face of such grave General plans for the aummer cam- Lake House, April 27. The hostesse L. I. (-^all and look the stock over and make your own selections." Advartlsement, Try my special box of cut flowers, 75e for the weekend. C. R. Ankers, florist. Kockville Centre, L, I. Tele¬ phone C'lnnection; delivery anywhere. AdTartiacment. Smitli & Qfcjell call particular at¬ tention to t;-«-.ir soda fountain in their advertisement in thia issue. AdvarUacMent A. G. Nock, lawn mower sharpener, will remove bis place of business to 288 So. Main St. after .May 1. Advartlxamant. sons, William F.. Alva J. and Harry, and two daughters, Mrs. .Mervin Raynor of Freeport and .M.-s. Frank Hubbard of Patchogue. iVILLlAM R. CORNELL William R., son of Mr. and .Mrs. William Cornell of Lynbrook, died Sat¬ urday, aged 22 years. Funeral servi¬ ces were held Wednesday, with inter¬ ment in Greenfield Cemetery; Forbell, funeral director. Mr. Cornell's father is confidential clerk for Supervisor Hiram R. Smith. School Meetiiit Next Tuesday dangers required strong leaders and paign were discussed and tentatively thus autocratic rule waa forced upon arranged. this nation and maintained itself by The troop was visited on this occa- grim necessity. The autocrats of sion by the magnificent troop of Russia spi ing from the same stock as Springfield. L. I., under Scoutmaster the rulers of England and Germany Eugene Decker, rhe troop was com- but a greater political freedom in these posed of the following sturdy boys: countries.a limitation of the powers of Phillips Dorn. Assistant Scoutmaster; at the bridge party were Mrs. Roland M. Lamb, Mrs. D. J. Comiskey, .Mrs. Francis Arguimbau and .Miss Thelma Pk'khari. There were about lni) guests. Orange olored ice creain and orange colored cake was served half way through the card playing Suf¬ frage literature was tieri with ers of the mallet being Fred Stone and i Sheriff Pettit. < The last two periods were hard rid-j The ( rystal Lake House has started den, and Referee Herman Horn of I'he social season with a rush. The Brooklyn was kept busv. : weekly dances are very popular, and The final score was 4 t<i 3. the goals i"" M^r-'icy afternoon. May • being driven by .Stone 2. I'e'til (Castle 1, Tinney 1, Fedden 1. Stone was by far the headier idayer of the lot, and had the best ponies. During the afternoon Stone sold a gray pony to Vernon Castle for i\6o. Castle said he wanted it for his ,vife. .^......,^.,,- ......v=......... w.^ ,,„,,e.= ... riiiiMjia wuio. «».-,i!,iitoi cn;uuinii.Hier; trage literature was tied with an or Castle said he wanted it for his .vife. on Mav .5 wnich will be a drt the rnierj is to be accounted for by Fred Mohr, Herbert Schroeder, Ed- ange colored ribbon and handed the William Minnick sold his sorrel l'OiT\' The management will hold on J:Jrv:^^:::t°?;'''-'^"''''^^''^' rr'^^:'r;./S"L^''"^-,/°^«" lilr P-,- - •^^P--^-. ^-- -- to r^eorge Bennett SmUh of Freeport |,„n,.,.i„r.^; .I'm'nth'"" fhi they have been blessed. sey. Randdl Purdy, Hall Barrett. The lecturer also showed how auto- George Purdy, William .Meyer, Daniel cratic rule was'supported in Russia by Pearsall, scouts, and were accompan- Rum, Rifles.Real Estate and Religion led by their fife and drum corps. This In the second part of his lecture troop gave an exhibition drill upon the Rev. Hecker showed that while politi- .Iswn in front of Mr, Hottenroth'sresi- cal democracy is unknown in Russia, at dence, and were then conveyed by Iiresenl, there are none the less two automobile to tbe ball ground to wit- forms of democracy which mav even- ness the game between Freeport High tually lead to political democracy In School and Brooklyn Prep. After the a most interesting and enlightening ball game the troops retimed to the of'Preeport and th manner he referred to the economic Alpine Hotel, for refreshments. Lat- Lindenhurst and social democracy wbich are found er a march handsome and attractive, fiver SiO for $3.")0 afternoon, .May :!, the weekly card parties will begin. This will start a series of Bridge and Five Hundred parties that will be.,- ntinued right into tne summer season. Elaborate prefiarations are being made for the Wednesday evening dance a dress affair. ipecial month it was tbe Poverty Ball; next Wednei- was cleared and will go toward the Another game will be played next day evening will be <(uite the opposite, $10() pledge made at the Rockville Sunday. An endeavor i« being made i evening dress. A prize will be given Centre Convention April 14. to locate a field large enough in Free ; t„ the best dancer on that night. Be- P'""' f"^""'he games.—Times _ sides this there wii! bi,-a cabaret for Freeport Lady Bowlert Win '^ ^, the enlertainmeht of the dancers. Qnffvaaict* Pavnr Mr« Flinl .Among those who will assist are Mrs, A series of nine games was arranged Jurrragms ravor inri. riini dKime W. Monroe, wife of the famous for the championship lady bowling A meeting ot the Equal Franchifce -'Aunt Bridget, " Mrs. (jeorge Wheel- club, Hetween the "Jolly Lady Elks" Club was held .Monday afternoon at ^r will contribute her talent, and the Star Ladies" of the home of Mrs. Charies G Hill, I evening is being looked forward to The fifpt thr^e games Hanson Place, whan an interesting ad-1 with pleasure by many. ~' alleys result- dress was delivered ' "'' •• ' T- „ , u I - i- tT • ,, , C - .,"¦ ^. _ ...—^.. waa made to the newly were rolled at the Elks' alleys result- dress was delivered bv Miss Marion i ir,l 1!k i'n* . '"It / °" '" R""'»«"d closed his remarks ex equipped plant on Merrick Road, east ing in the Freeport team winning Doane of Oceanside. It was decided l^Mt Friday evening the Loyal .Son.. !„„ tK u^ ^^ /""i. ; "-"""IP"*- pressing tbe hope that before long the of Main Street, of the Heinrich Aero- fbe next series of three games rolled to establish a .Suffrage school, and, connected wit.i the Presbyterian .»sH«v M«v r L"?i M T. V«fP°^'' "'" ^'> '*""'»» people would be blest v-»tb plane Company, where the boys, were at Lindenhurst and resulted in meetings will be heid the second and! ^''"••'•h. held a very successful mas- vviiii.m A''r„rtir?i, ^^ ' "."r "°«'«" theCbristiamxe(| political democracy through tbe courtesy nf an officer of their favor. On April 2S the 'rub- fourth Mondavs of each month. , querade. and on .Saturday night nearly 1„..,.!I,.1 Aii^; Z^i.at\ ;'""•='" '^•"•'«'* ^y ^^^ ^j;- which we enjoy in this country. the company, were shown tbe intricate ber" was bowled at Freeport and it re- There wer; about 45 present, and a '"o hundred attended the annual ball «iice,piraionoi tne terms of Kobert H. After th- lecture Mr. Hecker an- processes in tbe construction of mili. quired but two games for onr home resolution was pasted endorsing the of the Bayview Hose Company. On ¦ ~ Tuesday afternoon one of the most successful card parties maa given for by Miss Eifzabetb Gubi, 143. The Beard of Education, and planning to At tbe Plaza, Wednesday matinee and evening Brady picture play featuring Eev*^''john''^nyder^"*''A^e^e 'a'nd ' " mJ *Po.t\"!lrnotVr''a ^iH . t ""'"'^ t hT'IV' '""'"*'°"'' *^"^ '"^ *'«*" '**P""^«- t"- '" <='»'"' '"^ championship. Tbe candidacy of Mrs. c,„ton M. Flint as d'ltV^pl-'^" Which tL:\^^^ were asked by different per«.„. pre.- ,^^^,Spn„K«.ld^tr.c,p^^dep^^^^^^^^^^^ . .ember of tbe Freeport School "«^^"*lhXm.^•Ts"o^lc^".X ^i »!?"«• M^^y" */ "as. ene gathering, very enjoyabli afternoon a.'the guest Free^Vt ladTei'dos^J ' th;s;asor:by ;o;i" for"h;;"a7ibe"';iecti;;"";o b"; tarest which made .t so succe.afal on Dav.d Sutherland, jr., Mrs. ChnUin M. May the men of our churches get to- of tbe Freeport Troop, and extended a enjoying a theatre party, seeing held at tbe Grove Street Sebool House K«tb«r ID tbia way often for their own^ cordial invitation to the home troop to. "Cbin Chin," after which they had on Tuesday, May 4, as noted elsewhere and tbe community a good visit them in tbe very near future. dinner at the Pekin. • in this issue. the stage. Advartlaamaat Flint, Charles J. &etug and R. H. Mayland. the benef.t of tbe Soffrage Club of Freeport, as noted elsewhere in this issue. More Freeport Newi on Page 8
|Title||Nassau County Review 19150430|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19150430|
Nassau County Review
Official Paper of .Nassau County
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, APRIL 30. 19J5
Vol. X.X, .No. IS
In the Fraternal Orders News of the Churches Local Topics
Social and Personal
.Single copies of the Rfviow for nale j Doins^ in the »ecrct fraternal orgam/ationt of
Ht Cireeri^tlatt'M aiul Bralihwait<-'s, Rail- Fre«por«and vicinitr.
road Avenue; MicKnoft's, Nassau ,
County Review. DaSilva'.* and Go- : f^^, ^^xt rppjurar meeting of Long beiz'8, Main Street; DaSilva's.West j^^j^^j Council No. .^,50. U. C. T.. will Merrick Road. tf.
:t of Sermons. Servicet of th
and otJier doiass in the churche
and church societies
rnls and explai—ttons not entirely of Mainly a newt nature, on villaffv affairs by the editor
Does Freeport Need In the Fire Department More Fire Protection? %,.„.,.
eat to and about tha firemaB r local department hy H.E. P.
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