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VOL. XIV NO. 32-10 Pages FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1909 Ofacial Paper of Nassau County FREEPORT NEWS A regular meeting of the'Village Board of Trustees will be held Chis Fri- Single copies ol the Review cau be j day evening. Becurcfl at H. Gohetz's and the Review oflice on Main St. and DaSilva's ou W. Merrick Road. See adv. of auto for sale for $800; ! Ever Ready Hose Company is plan- ' ning a moonlight sail to Ellisons' pa- I vilion next Tuesday evening. •/ Mervin Hendrickson and family are o^'cupying a cottage on Raynor for the Summer. Seven Sents is the admission pirice to the Seven Social in the M. E. Church Street! this evening. Something sociable ' seems sure. Mrs. Wm. Lewis of Raynor Street is spending several months with her sis¬ ter at Huntington. Both Ever Ready and Bay View j Hose Companies are practicing for the | hose contests at the Firemen's tourna- i ment at Hempstead June 22. The Freeport Choral .Society will : give its third concert for this season Tuesday evening, June 1-^. A pro¬ gram is being prepared of choruses j from works by .Mendelssohn. Mozart, | Gounod, Cowen and other famous com- | posers. There will also be instrument- ; al solos as well as vocal solos, trios, | quartets, etc. I Fully two hundred Mechanics visit- ; el P'reeport Council No. ol. Jr. 0. U. i A. M., and welcomed the State Board j of Officers Friday evening. While the ; Board was in se.-^sion in the ante-room, ! t'ne members were enter ;ained by ad-i rlresses frorn visiting members anfl | Hiram R. Smith, William S. Hall, Ar¬ cher Wallace and Rev. 1'. St. Geo. Bis¬ sell of the local council. State Deputy ; Tunison and a delegation arrived about this time. Mr. Tunison made the j [jrincipal address of the evening, dwell-1 ing on statistics of the order and the ! history of the <jrganizing of the order \ in F'ennsylvania. i The State Board was announced and escorted into the lodge rooms by Deputy Tunison and the Past Coun-' •ilors of 57. They were introduced | and made addresses in the following | order: State Councilor Fred Coons;! State Vice-Councilor, Chas. Semken; j State Secretary, Chas. W. Lisle; State | Treasurer Kuntz; State Trustees An¬ drews and Way; Chief Judge Peter I Brown, Associate Judges Twombly and ! Baldwin, Jr. Past State Councilor Cheshire. i At the conclusion of the addresses, j refreshments were served in the ban-1 quet Hall, consisting of sandwiches, I cake, coffee and cigars. i On Saturday evening, .May 1.5, Mr. I and Mrs. Achille Biavati of Grand j Ave. celebrated their loth wedding | anniversary, and their many friends | that attended will long remember the pleasant evening that was spent. The interior and exterior decorations were very pretty consisting of electrical and floral display. A bountiful repast was served at 10:30 o'clock, after which followed dancing, also vocal and instrumental selections. At a late hour in the morn¬ ing friends departed to their homes. Among those present from New York Citjkwere Messrs. W. Ockendon, D. Balbone and C. Balbone, Mr. and Mrs. E. Lehy, Mr. and Mrs. J. Marshell, Mr. and Mrs. M. Sturger and family, Mrs. T. Balbone and daughter; from Brooklyn were Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Joy, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Joy, Mr. and Mrs. A. Birmingham and family, Mr. and Mrs. Heidenheimer, Miss Mar¬ ietta Joy and Albert Joy; from Free- port, Mr. and Mrs. H. Howell and fam¬ ily, Mr. and Mrs.-'Frank Aldridge and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Portong, Mr. and Mrs. W. Moore, Mr. C. Betels, Mr. and Mrs. A. Braithwaite, Mr. and Mrs. F. Stevens, Mr. G. Mott, Mr. and Mrs. J. Baldwin, Mr.-and Mrs. C. Carpen- tei^, Mr. and Mrs. Jensen and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. Beyerle. Special for Friday and Saturday: Coffee walnut cream ki8,ses, 10c lb.; butter peanut brittle, 10c lb.; DaSil¬ va's, 15-17 W. Merrick Road. Ross & Randall Company will close at 1 o'clock Saturdays during June, July and August, to give their em¬ ployees the benefit of a half holiday. In the athletic events by the Rock¬ vilie Centre Club Decoration Day Robert Humphrey of this place won first prize in the high jump—.'j ft., 2 inches. J. E. .Stiles of Bergen Place has been out of school for a few days after get¬ ting a piece of steel in his eye, which Dr. Newton was obliged to cut out for him. Half's yard has orders booked for future delivery; better order your Coal now. It D. B. P. Mott Post, G. A. R., were busy over Sunday and Decoration Day, Sunday morning the Post attended services at the Presbyterian Church, and in the afternoon they were the guests at the Union service at the M. E. (Jhurch and of Freeport Council, Jr. (). II. A. M., at Mechanics' Hail. Monday afternoon they met at their rooms and went to the cemeteries at Freeport and Rockvilie Centre, where the graves of deceased comrades were decorated. The post was accompanied by Woman's Relief Corps No. !;-;;». The annual parade and inspection of the Freeport Fire Deitartment was held Saturday evening. There were over a hundred firemen in line, repre- .senting the engine company, hook and ladder company, and three hose com¬ panies; also the newly-organized ju¬ venile company, with tbe juvenile com¬ pany from Baldwin as their guests. The line of march was about as orig¬ inally planned excepting that there was a countermarch on Ocean Avenue to Smith St. and through Grove to Mer¬ rick Road instead of coming up Grove Street from South Side Avenue, and the loop from Merrick Road through Church St. to Smith St. to Merrick Road was cut out, to the disappoint¬ ment of the people living on those blocks who had planned to give the firemen a good reception. The decora¬ tions long the line of march were the best yet and showed that the citizens appreciate the value of having a de¬ partment such as Freeport has for the protection of property. Church Notes Children's Day will be celebrated in the M. E. Church Sunday, June 13, v,ith special services in the morning and the annual Children's Day concert in the evening. "P'rofitless Goodness" will be the morning theme of Rev. Charles Her¬ bert Scholey at the First Presbyterian Church. In the evening he will preach the last sermon in the series on Adam, "Thoughts of Other Days." At a well-attended meeting of Christ Lutheran Church Wednesday evening a constitution was adopted and Henry F. Harms was elected a delegate to Synod. Frederick Boichert is secre¬ tary. Services wiil be held us usual at 28 .S Main St. next Sunday. Freeport First Baptist Church, Stan- ]^ W. Roberts, Minister: Public wor- ^ip of God Sunday at 10..'30 a. m. and 7.4.5 p. m. Communion will be ob¬ served at the morning service. Morn¬ ing theme, "Growth in Christian Char¬ acter; evening theme, "Thru Man to tiod." The Men's Forum meets at 12 M. to discuss " lhe Distribution Wealth." Bi'ole School at 2.3(i. \ P. S. C. E. meeting at 7. Midweek service Friday evening at S (/clock. AU are cordially invited. The Union Memorial services in the M. E. .Sunday School Sunday afternoon were very interesting. The Presby¬ terian and Baptist Sunday Schools, D. B. P. .Mott Post, G, A. R., and Wom¬ an's Relief Corps attended, in addition to the Methodist Sunday School and a large number of friends. Rev. W. A. Pilchard delivered an ad- rlress of welcome and the principal speaker of the occasion was Rev. Charles Herbert Scholey of the Pres¬ byterian Church. "The Modern Mind and the Doctrine of a Special Providence" will be the theme of the morning sermon at the Methodist Episcopal Church .Sunday next. At 7:4') a.m. there will be a "Sixty-minute service," when the pa.s- tor, W. A. Richard, will preach on "Bad Men in the Church." The Junior Epworth League, after a successful season, gave a closing Lawn Social at the Church Thursday af¬ ternoon and adjourned until Fall, when they will meet again for new work and a new course. Mrs. W. A. Richard, assisted by Miss Etta Miller. Miss Lottie Parkerson, Miss Mabel Pearsall and Mrs. A. N. Johnson, has been in charge. • WANTAGH Freeport Club Notes With the exception of several post¬ poned pool games the tournaments are over for the season. Knowles easily won all his games in the billiard tournament and in so doing won his first leg (m the Dean Cup. The scratch team. King, Kennedy, McKeeman, Fyfe and Sutherland, after hard work won the •') men tourn<tment by the margin of one game. Denton by a sensational finish no-ed Base-Bal I Notes PHl/ALPHA Phi Alpha had a record crowd at Athletic Park Decoratinn Day after¬ ntion. when they played two games v.^ith Hempstead, winning one and los¬ ing the other. This team is now play¬ ing good games of bail. Rockvilie Coitre easily defeated Phi Alpha Saturday afternoon on th^ grounds of the former. Longnecker easily held Phi Alpha down. He is out .MacCarey by one game in theT)uck ' considered one of the Pin Tournament. Corby led for the players un the island. first part of the tournament but by an unexpected slump finished third. " See .Smith Co.x's Successor about Coal. It. The single men bowling tournament also ended in a tie between Tallman and Kennedy. In the roll-otf Tallman won the first two games with high scores and secured a leg on the bowl- best all-around GENERAL Bristol and Young, who played on the Freejfort Club team, are* now play¬ ing with Rockvilie Centre. Jesse Ryerson is now with the York team of the Tri-State League. Gur latest report of this nromising catcher ing cup. of the Brooklyn Nationals, is of his put- Mr./ and Mrs. Betzig and .Mr. and ting the ball over the fence for a Mrs. Kennedy tied the team of Mr. and '¦ "homer" in a league game. Mr. and Mrs. Hartt and Mr. and Miss The race in_the National Lea^^ue will ^^^ Sprouil in the mixed bowling tourna-1 he closer than every this year as Chi- Y ment and in the special game the first cago, Pittsburg, Xew York arrl Phii- efoating adelphia seem to be pretty evoifly matched, and Brooklyn and CincinaYi are stronger than in former years. School Notes School Commissioner C<x)ley visited the school last Tuesday. Miss Storer visited Teachers' Col¬ lege of Columbia University last week. The school play was financially and otherwi.'^e a irreat success laat Friday night, about -Joo bt-in^ present. The last issue of the Tattler will be enlarged and be out in very interesting form on Class Day. Class Day e.xercises, which promises to be very interesting this year,will be held on Monday, June 21, in Bergen's Grove, Merrick Road. .Mr. Lewis and assistant Ed. Smith have taken the place of Wm. Golder, as Janitor of the Grove St. school. Teachers' Institute will be held the ord, 4th, and Sth of November at three different places in Nassau' County, making it possible for nearly every teacher to return home at night. The conductors wil be: Sherman Williams, Charles A. Shaver, Philip M. Hall. Don't forget the school exhibit to¬ morrow atfernoon from 2 to <> o'clock at the Grove St. school. Coal—W. P. W. Haff—Wood. It. The Memorial Day exercises of Free- port Council No. 57, Jr. 0. U, A. M., held in the lodge rooms last Sunday, were well attended. All present en¬ joyed the adresses and the singing by the quartet. The program was as fol¬ lows: Address of Welcome, Chair¬ man; singing, America; prayer, W. S. Hall; singing, quartette; address, Hiram Smith; singing, Quartette; ad¬ dress. Rev. Dr. Richard; singing, solo; address. Rev. Dr. Scholey; address, Wm. G. Miller; benediction, Rev. W. A. Richard. The quartet was composed of Mrs. Chas. Reach, Miss Hattie Wallace, Theo. (Curtis jr. and Wm. J. Raeburn. This is the first time that this lodge has held their exercises of this kind in their lodge rooms and it proved such a successful event that the members pres¬ ent were in favor of holding them in the lodge room next year. The D. B. P. Mott Post, G. A. R., and the Women's Relief Corps attend¬ ed the services in a body. Board of Trade The King's Daughters met Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Place. Mrs. Helen Allen is spending the week at Nassau-by-the-Sea. Miss Agnes Hubbard of Brooklvn spent the Holiday with Mrs. D. W. Allen. Miss Emma Box will lead the Christian Endeavor meeting this Fri¬ day evening. The Sigma Euchre Club will meet next Thursday with Mrs. Edgar J. Seaman, Wantagh Avenue. A regular meeting ©f the Ladies' Aid Society was held with Mrs. Frank Place Wednesday afternoon. A regular meeting of Wantagh Hook and Ladder Co. was held at head¬ quarters Thursday evening. Regular services in the Memorial Church Sunday with preaching by the pastor, morning and evening. Children's Day. Sunday, June 13, will be appropriately observed in the Memorial Church with special exercises by the children. .Mrs. John Foote Rhame. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey, started Sunday for her home in California, after an ex¬ tended visit with relatives in this sec- named team succeeded their opponents. " The three men bowling tournament ended in a tie between the teams of Thompson, Krause and Lang, Betzig. Conklin and Higgins ami V(;rity. Mil¬ ler and Tallman. Thompson, Krause and Lang finally .succeeded in beating the other two teams in a special match and secured tirst prize. The winners in the various tourna¬ ments arranged in order are: Bowling, 5 men—.McKeeman, King, Kennedy, Fyfe and Sutherland; 3 men, Lang, Kraiifee antl Thompson; single, Tallman; mixed, Mr. and .Mr.-. Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs. Betzig. Duck Pins-Dciiton. Billiards -Knowles. Pool Not linisheci. The standing in the duck pin tour¬ nament at the finish was : l)<utoii Js '1 MacCar-y IT 'i Corby ].") ;) Karle i'.dwn liiiviior , Starr Th(jmp.-ou ihe pool tournament rests between 3 teams. Hart and Sprouil, Kennedy and Sutherland and Corby and Thomp¬ son. Hart and Sprouil have finished so cannot lose any more games while the other two teams will have to win all their games to tie them. The standing to date: Won Lost Hart and Sprouil !• 2 Kennedy aud Sutherland s ,» Corby aud Thompson 7 2 Johnson and Brower T 'd Smith and Wallace u 3 Earle and Johnson MacCarey and Co<tk Muuziuger and Lee Stmthard and Andersou Finch and Kuowles Verity aud Tallmau Starr and Maxson Won 12 12 ', 7 •i •> 12 12 11 14 12 13 HIGH SCHOOL Last Saturday the High School played Erasmus second team for the first time and defeated them in a ten- inning game with the score of >> to .5. The Freshman and Sophomore class¬ es have organized base-ball teams, and played a game last Tuesday afternoon. The Freshmen were victorious with a score of 17 to IU. Jamaica Hi^'h played a return game with Freeport last Wednesday at Athletic Park and were defeated by the F. H. S. in a ten-inning game, the score being 5 to 4. • MECHANICS' LEAGUE Result of games Monday : Freeport 23, Woodmere 11. Springfield !•, Rockvilie Centre <) (forfeited.!. Hempstead 3, Inwood 2. Freeport Council opened the season at Woodmere Monday when they de¬ feated the Woodmere Council by the score of 23 to 11. This was the first game for the local team and they showed up very well, both at bat and in the field, although errors at the start were responsible for .several of Woodmere's runs. The team lined up as follows: .Seaman, c ; Merritt, p; .M. VanRiper, lb; Shea and Combs, 2b; Cozzens, ss; Condit, 3b; C. Van Riper a»id Shea, rf; Snedeker, Pearsall, If. The score by innings: Freeport—0 10 3 3 1 1 0 3 2 wodmere—3 3 0 0 10 0 0 4 BALDWIN There were many visitors in the vil¬ lage over Decoration Day. J. Watkin.son is building a small wing on his house on Harrison'.Avenue, Miss Anna B. Pettit has been visit¬ ing relatives in Ridgewood, N. J. J. E. Arnot's father died Tuesday night after an illness of several days. Alfred J. Thomas has purchased the Jilace of Richard Carman on Paik Ave¬ nue. A mad dog was running aro\iiid last Thursday and was shot by .Sanford Be¬ dell. One of Mrs. G. Wortman's houses ia being moved to make way for the Brooklyn Water Works. Miss Stewart and Miss Wilcox, mis¬ sionary workers in Chinatown, Man¬ hattan, have been guests of Mrs. Wil¬ liam D. Tuckey at the Methodist par¬ sonage. cf; «; 23 -11 Batteries—Merritt and Seaman, Brower and Jay. The same teams will meet again at Freeport Athletic Park this Saturday afternoon, when, as Woodmere is ex¬ pected to be stronger in the box, a closer and more interesting game may be expected. Nearly all the players —— are Freeport men, all members of the Noi Haff has not put up the price of local council, and much intere.st is be- Coal, it is still $6.25, the same as dur- ing taken in the games. The M. E. Choir and a number of_ friends had a rid^ to Roslyn on Decora¬ tion Day, The flay was pleasantly spent in games etc., and a bounteous dinner was served. Lost ing April; call 398 Freeport. It. BELLMORE The regular meeting of the Freeport ^<^" j Board of Trade will be held next Plenty of those maps o^ Freeport at j Wednesday evening, June 9, in fra- the Review Stationery Store, t','2 S. 1 ternity Hall. This being the annual Main St.. Freeport. About a foot meeting a full set of ofhcers will be square, showing every street in Free port. Sent by mail for 15c. W. P. W. Harf, Coal. It. Any of your friends graduate from school this year? WWhy not give them a Waterman Ideal Fountain Pen at Commencement. You could not select anything more useful. We have a large stocH to select from and if they don't suit the recipient they can be ex¬ changed. Review Sutionery Sto(e. 62 elected for the ensuing year. At the close of the business meeting Chas. D. Baker, Associate Editor of The digger for the new pipe line has reached Bellmore. They are working very fast on this job and will soon be out of our village. Advance Hook, Ladder and Engine Co. will hold their picnic this year F^ourth of July (.Monday) in .Smith's Grove, as has b*<n the custom for several years. The Novelty Sale held last Friday and Saturday for the benefit of the Presbyterian Church, by the ladies of the church, was very successful and it is thought the church will realize about $125 by the event. By their failure to appear at the time appointed, Rockvilie Centre forfeited to Springfield by the usual score of 9 to 0. Hempstead defeated Inwood in a close game by the score of 3 to 2, thus making the standing: About thirty-five members of the Primary Department of the M. E. Sun- I day School attended the picnic in Lakewood Park on Saturday. Misa Edith Whealey is Superintendent of the Department and the little folks had a happy time under her direction. The Strawberry Festival given by the Ladies' Aid Society in the M. E. Chapel last Thursday evening was largely attended. There was a good program, and ice cream and luscious berries were served as refi;eshment8. The Society held at pleasant meeting at the home of Mrs. Austin T. Byrne on Tuesday afternoon. Freeport Springfield Hempstead Woodmere Inwood Rockvilie Centre Games Woodmere at F Hempstead at I »Won 1 1 1 ') ' il ¦ 1 SaturcU reeport. nwood. Lost 0 '1 '1 1 1 1 'Y P. C. IMOO 1000 1000 . (lOO ¦ .000 .'lOO The Bellmore base-ball team broke even on the games Monday, winning Mrs. A. E. Hiint, Miss Alice Sutherland and Miss Law lor have been .spending a few days with Mrs. Hunt's sister, Mrs. Peter Scherer of Irving- ton, N. J. The Wantagh Gun Club held a shoot the Brooklyn Daily Times, will deliver Decoration Day morning, with the fol- his popular and instructive lecture en- lowing results in the various classes: the morning game, 8 to 3, from Mer titled "Scraps." All interested in Class A—W. Ashdown, 19; George rick, and losing to Roosevelt in the af- village Jmptovements are invited to at- Stems, 16; Wm. Schultz, 16; John Box, ternoon by the score of 7 to o. The tend. The meeting is at S o'clock 14; Wm. Dean, 13. Class B—Grover Siems, 16; J. J. My coal scales protect me as well as Fussell, 14; E. VanNostrand, 6. the consumer. Call 398 Freeport. It Class C—Harry Braithwaite, 15; George H. Smith, 7. There is one American drink indulg- In the afternoon a team from the SEAFORD Miss Mabel MacArthur of Brooklyn spent the Holiday with friends here. Miss Helen Shaw of Brooklyn spent Sunday and Monday with Miss Mae Condit. S. Main St.. Freeport. We will spnd 1 ence in which is never followed by re- Wantagh Club met and defeated a team a representative with an assortment of gret. Smith & Bedell tell about it in , from the Nassau Gun Club at Island pens to select from if you cannot call, their adv. It , Tree* by the score of 87 to 78» ""out of Adv. I ,1 uoiilMaJHO Another ahoot between Delays are dangerous. A dangerous Call 398 Freeport on the Phone. It. [delay is not to order your coal now. •tuM ha beld at Hungry scores: Morning game Bellmore—4 0 0 0 0 12 1 0—8 Merrick - 0 0 0 0 3 6 0 0 0—3 *-Batteries — Bellmore, Self and Smith;,Merrictc, Vooris and Rea. Afternoon gamo Bellmore—0 110 0 0 0 3 0—5 Roosevelt—4 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0—7 Batteries—Bellmore, Seaman Taking advantage of the ejTcellent weather, large crowds visited High Hill Beach Monday. The\ place has grown considerably sincff last year and a reconl season is lookedf for. I The famous "pig case" in whicb George Ackerley sued several residents ] tor injuries received by his pig, which I was introduced at a ~ bam dance, was I tried before Justice Tatem at Bellmore and j last Friday morning and thrown out of ; Smith; Roosevelt, Abrams and GcMet. I court on account of lack of evidence. lhe funeral of Mrs. M. (1 Wheeler, widow of the late Daniel J. Wheeler, was held on Saturday aftemrxm at her late residence on Grand Avenue, Rev. William D. Tuckey, pastor of Baldwin .M. E. (Church, and Rev. Henry Glover, pastor of Lynbrook Methodist Episco¬ pal Church, officiating. Intermeiit waa made in P'recjiorl Cemetery. .Mrs. Wl.eeltr hail been ill with pneurncmia but a few ilays when the end came. She was very well known in the com¬ munity, had many friends and will be j greatly missed. She leaves two daughters and one son, Margaret B. Wheeler and Charles L. Wheeler of this place and Mrs. Os¬ car Sutton of North Carolina. .N'ine grand-children also survive her. Shakespeare. Pretty nearly everything about Sliakesj>eare is uncertain, and most fctatements concerning him need to be made in a yirovisional way. It is generally understood that hi? dra¬ matic career U_'gan about 1589 or 1590, when he was between twenty- five and twenty-six years old. H« died in 1616, and if, as is generally assumed to be the case, his biiih year was 1564, he died at the com-, paratively early age of fifty-tTro.— New York American. 1
|Title||Nassau County Review 19090604|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19090604|
VOL. XIV NO. 32-10 Pages
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JUNE 4, 1909
Ofacial Paper of Nassau County
A regular meeting of the'Village
Board of Trustees will be held Chis Fri-
Single copies ol the Review cau be j day evening. Becurcfl at H. Gohetz's and the Review
oflice on Main St. and DaSilva's ou W. Merrick Road.
See adv. of auto for sale for $800;
! Ever Ready Hose Company is plan- ' ning a moonlight sail to Ellisons' pa- I vilion next Tuesday evening.
Mervin Hendrickson and family are o^'cupying a cottage on Raynor for the Summer.
Seven Sents is the admission pirice to the Seven Social in the M. E. Church Street! this evening. Something sociable ' seems sure.
Mrs. Wm. Lewis of Raynor Street is spending several months with her sis¬ ter at Huntington.
Both Ever Ready and Bay View j Hose Companies are practicing for the | hose contests at the Firemen's tourna- i ment at Hempstead June 22.
The Freeport Choral .Society will : give its third concert for this season Tuesday evening, June 1-^. A pro¬ gram is being prepared of choruses j from works by .Mendelssohn. Mozart, | Gounod, Cowen and other famous com- | posers. There will also be instrument- ; al solos as well as vocal solos, trios, | quartets, etc. I
Fully two hundred Mechanics visit- ; el P'reeport Council No. ol. Jr. 0. U. i A. M., and welcomed the State Board j of Officers Friday evening. While the ; Board was in se.-^sion in the ante-room, ! t'ne members were enter ;ained by ad-i rlresses frorn visiting members anfl | Hiram R. Smith, William S. Hall, Ar¬ cher Wallace and Rev. 1'. St. Geo. Bis¬ sell of the local council. State Deputy ; Tunison and a delegation arrived about this time. Mr. Tunison made the j [jrincipal address of the evening, dwell-1 ing on statistics of the order and the ! history of the