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assau County Review ^ -^i-^i-— Official Paper, ViBage of Fi^wport SOCIAL AND PERSONAL Brtof lUoM C4mtaTming R..MMt. e( Our 0»»iuilt|r, mmi Thair OmsU, VUita ami SMtel Affair* Joseph A. Aacb, wbo hax told his hoQM on Forterdeld Place last Decem¬ ber and drove in his auto to Palm Beach, Fla.. with Mrs. Asch, is im¬ proving in health. Mr. Asch, who was in the banking business, secured a po¬ sition afPalm Beach with the Farm¬ ers Trust Company, but only remained a few weeks, as he found it did not agree with his health. He then se¬ cured outdoor work and is mucH bet¬ ter. ABOUT THE CHURCHES (IMSM to thU ca'taaan ara wk.MMdl fraaa tb« f—t.rt el ckorcb*. ami aatratariaa or othar •ttciaU of cliMrch .octotif*. Thm. H«M. wMhto tb. liait* of .nr apmea, ap¬ pear aa fnrBi*lMd. Baptiat Next Sunday the second sermon in the series of seven on "Vital Themes" will be given. These ftre messagres on "What Jesus Had to Say." The sub¬ ject on Sundaymornini; will be: "What I Jesus Had to Sa^ About Marriage and j Divorce." Service begins at 11:00 o'clock. FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1919 VoL XXn, No. 25 FRATERNAL^ ORDERS Dotoft •( Um SKrat Fratonwl Orcaniultoa. of FrM^rt anal VicUity Alpha Council, Daughters of Amer¬ ica, makes a special cnotribution of $5 for the Canteen of the War Camp Community Service. Harold E. Brown has resumed his law practice with offices in the Na¬ tional Bank of Commerce Building, 31 Nassau Street, Xew York. Miss Hannah Cornelius, cashier and head bookkeeper at the Review office, and her mother, Mrs. Moses Corenl- ius, are spending tbe week with Mrs. Edward W. Lovesey, New Haven, Conn. Alpha Council, Daughters of Aemr- ica, will hold a pinochle, euchre and domino at Mechanics' Hall next Tues¬ day evening, June 24. Golflman Secretary of C!>apter Freeport Army Workera Fraternize Tuesday evening was a big night at the Freeport Branch of the War Camp Community Service, Soldiers and Sailors' Club, when certificates were presented to the members of the different committees, for the work done by them, the names being sub¬ mitted by the chairman of the commit¬ tees which have handled the work of entertaining the soldiers and sailors at the Club during the war when nearly 200,000 boys have been shown the hospitality of the village. The Club had as special guests, F. LOCAL TOPICS^ Commciit. ani .xplaaation. not entirely a D.W* natur.. on villas* affair*, by tb* (ditor. MERRICK ^ At the regular meeting of Freeport, Howard Covey, County Director of the The evening meeting at 7:45. Good chapter No. 302, Royal Arch Masons, ^"f^^: a"<l his two assistants, J. B. The new home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Young, on Middle Neck Road, Great Neck Stationj^ is now complete, and they are occupying it. The home is A reproduction of an old Dutch ColOii- ial farm house, setting well back from the highway. The first floor is of stone layed in white cement, and the second floor with clapboard. Mr. and Mrs. Young formerly resided on South Long Beach Avenue, this village. At the last Mothers' Club meeting of the year Miss Dorothy Eidt gave a recitation. It was from the Bird's Christmas Carol and was the one foj- whieh she won a prize at the orator¬ ical contest. Walter Kamp of Brooklyn has been visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Rider. Mrs. F. Attenborough gave a party Saturday afternoon in hohor of her young son, Francis, on his sixth birth¬ day at tlieir home, corner South Ocean anil Atlantic Avenues. The rooms were decorated in red, white and blue, and games, ice cream, cake and fav singing and practical Gospel message on the subject: "The Unsearchable Riches." Male trio will sing. Young people's meeting at 6:45. Topic for this week is a missionary one. "Christianity and the Toilers of India." Isa. 40:18-31. This is the regular missionary meeting of the Christian Endeavor. Young people are welcomed to this service. The Bible School at 9:45 a. m.; Sup¬ erintendent, William W. Winship; classes for all ages. Excellent five minute talk on the Progress of Chris- Alderman and Walter H. Reynolds; ' also -Mrs. Covey, in charge of the girls'^vork, and her assista'kit, Miss Faith Baldwin, who were surprised by I being presented with certificates to- I gether with the rest of the workers at the Club. I The members of the several com- . ¦ mittees furnished ice cream and other Seemingly as_an aftermath to the : refreshments for the evening, and a Wednesday evening, Howard E Pearsall resigned as secretary and Ed¬ ward F. Goldman was elected to fill the balance of the term. Freeport Firemen Not Popular at Oyster Bay That Wheel Comes Back Last week we spoke of somebody taking our wheel. It was the Police Department. They took it from in front of Bender's meat market on Main Street, where Officer Jefferson saw it standing while on duty. He laW that a lad in uniform was just about to walk off with it, when he cas¬ ually called to him and the young lad left it and ran for a trolley. He took the wheel over to the Police Headquar¬ ters where it had been ever since, and V?here we secured it after the notice appeared in our last issue. •Tournament at Freeport in 1917 when '¦ dance followed, closing an hour later the Southern New \ ork Firemen s As- than the usual hour for the dance, •ociation officers insisted that their There were about 200 soldiers from „ Convention must be held in spite of Camp .Mills and the aviation fields tianitv in other lands, a feature of.the war conditions, when conventions were nresent and participating in the ex- Sunday School Session. ', being postponed all over the country,' ercises. Junior Society meets at 3:00 o'clock i and at which time Freeport endeav- i jt geems in order to report, as a part in the church. | ored to keep expenses to a minimum.: of the work of the committee, that the Thursday evening bright prayer Freeport fared poorly at the hands of refreshments for this evening were not meeting with Bible Study in the Book the officials of the Association at the provided in the regular way, but the of Revelation. Next week the sub- parade and tournament held at Oys- ice cream was secured by a subscrip- ject will be "The Chureh at Sardis and ter Bay last Thursday. tion from the duty men. and the Girls' what the Lord had to say about it." i Freeport, with seven pieces of ap-' ciub furi>i>fied Ihe sandwiches and the Cordial welcome to- all strangers. ' paratus and seventy-seven men, had 'cake. ?-. cthT words, it was a sort of !more men and apparatus In line than ' o'd-fashioned party, where the mem- , any other department in the long pa- I bers were invited to come anti "please ; rade. Chief Williams inspected his briiig refreshments." I men before the parade started, and 1 .„..>„;.,« ,.,.^„u;., o.,.iitook from the ranks all with tan '"_°!."J"^„.^''J'.*!iP..*"*'^ . shoes, including one captain. With this precaution, it was felt that Free- port must surely win the prize for the best appearing department. Primarv and beeinners' denartments . . )^^^" ^^^ P''^^^ ^""^^'^ awarded, the ening, Mrs. Robert W. Nutt took l;J^"^.i,t,"l„ ^ " ^'^P^'^^"'^"^-'' judges announced that the prize for charge of serving the refreshments, the best appearing department had ^ .Methodist Services for Sunday, June 22, are as follows: 10:30 a. sermon by tho pastor. Rev. Everett A. Burnes; subject, "The Great Alterna¬ tive." 2:30 p. m., Sunday School for adults. ! Canteen Committee Mrs. Harry E. V'.TnRiper was in char.re at headciuarters Saturday ev¬ ening, assisted by Mis.-es R.ith Van Riper, Lewis and Runcie. Sunday ev- for the children. Building Character;" leader, Alex¬ ander Brady. - "-^ 7:45 p. m., musical service. The Kahn Duo, conaisting of Gordan Kahn, violin soloist at the Wanamaker audi¬ torium; Julian Kahn, a 'cellist of un¬ assisted by Misses Hattie Burrell, Frances Buckley, Ruth Snyder and cording to its banner waa parading as Gertrude Peene. a company, with second place to Rock¬ ville Centre, with 42 men and two pieces of apparatus. Chief Williams immediately demaniled the reason. He wa.s told that it wa.s tan shoes. "Who The Canteen Committee expresses its appreciation for the numerous new pledges to assist in the work cf pro- ; viding refreshments for our returned | soldiers and sailors. No special ac-; Fred Kotch, Ethel Kotch, Edward Winisch, .John and Richard Bailey, Marie Vollmer and Patsy Conner. The Sunday School Parade Saturday. June 28. at 3:15 Sharp One of the great events participat¬ ed in by the Protestant Sunday Schools of the vicinity is the annual parade. It is a festival occasion that older ones as well as the youngsters enjoy. There is the march with music and banners and happy greetings and then the refreshments. The program of the march has been radically changed for this year. Instead of the usual course through the streets the marching and countermarch^pg and counter marching will all be on Olive Boulevard, between Long Beach Ave¬ nue and Ocean Avenue. A reviewing stand will be erected from which it is hoped a distinguished body of cit¬ izens will see and learn. The com¬ mittee has invited Congressman Hicks, Assemblymen McWhinney and Cole, the Board of Supervisors and the Village President and Board of Trustees, and others. Fred Statts is grand marshall of the day and will be ably assisted by deputy marshalls from each Sunday School. Spectators will have to go to the Boulevard and secure positions early in order to hear and see. The program as so far arranged will be: The schools will take their plac¬ es at their assigned positions at the intersection of Long Beach Avenue and Olive Boulevard. The march will •tart promptly at 3:15 under the di¬ rection of the marshal! of the day. It will end in the formation "f a cross, the arms extending on Bergen Place, and the iinging of "Onward Christian Soldiers,' led by the band. The Christ Church Band of Brook¬ lyn has been engaged to furnish the music of the day. Each Sunday School is providing for its own aftermath of cakes and cream. The weather man has promised good weather, not too cold or too hot, and the kiddie? are expecting the time of their jives. Coming Events Saturday, June 28, Annual Sunday School parade. Wednesday, June 25, Dinner Dance, South Shore Yacht Club. Jul/16, Annual Sunday School pic¬ nic, Lutheran Church. BENZOMINT The household remedy for Sore Throat and Tonsilitis. It does the work. Keep a bottle in the house. Advertiiement The price: of coal is increasing. Buy your rtext winter's supply now and ¦ave money. Sinclair Raynor, tel. 184; 8 No. Main St. Advertitement turnc in E flat. Chopin-Sarasati; lo solo, Ave Maria, Schubert; trio, Cavatina, Roff; trio, .\ve Maria, Bach- Clounod; trio, Romance Sans Paroles, Van Goens. .Music will begin at 7:4.5 sharp. A short practical sermon by the minis- .t'', „„,.„„„i c>.„ „ . .^ u i tu ter, "Old Wives' Fables." A bright,, ^l^*^ ^^'^^f} freeport men had them helpful service of about one hour""' ^"^^^ Seats all free. You are welcome. fending shoes. Upon Chief Williams ; offering Mr. O'Donnell a substantial wager that there was not a man in line so equipped, Mr. O'Donnell again consulted his program, and said no, that it was a Rockville Centre cap¬ tain, but that some one had told him The following contributions for the work Saturday and Sunday are ac¬ knowledged: Mesdames Clarence E. Jones, W. H. Modick, S. A. Olsen, Thomas J. Spence, Olaf .Magnusson, C. M. .Mix. Bertha Randall, C. J. .Mosbacher, Edward Abeies, Fred W. Fox. I. C. Hull, C. D. Wic'KS, H. Vop Elm, F. H. Evans, Charles F. Fritz, (onibs, John M. Har-. rington, Leo Halpin, John N. Hart¬ man, E. B. Kegel, Frank E. Pitcher, figuration will hold a cake sale Satur-; ^" ,^;;^-^;'"'„r"''f ^uX"'"^t '" ^^i benjamin Comb.s, L. C. Cornell, VVil- day afternoon, June 21, at 2 o'clock. ?^^'.*'"*"* o^ne of their captains had Ham F. Connolly, Farmlett, Forrest Cake and aprons will be on sale. All jshoe , on. "Tnat's enough," the Chief re- '¦. plied, "I'm satisfied. Freeport is not lawarSed the prize because of tan j^t^^^^^s^^±^}!^ I--- '3°'XcS,^^":cSi^'\r'''-'- are welcome. them on. But please get something DeMott, S. R. Kahn, Harry VanRiper, new next time, I am tired of this tan j. b. Mack, jr., Bernard J. Loonam, gag; when you dont want to Stephen H. Whalev, R. H. Scott, H. award us the prize we are entitled Von Elm, H. L. R. Himmel, John Faw- Fifit Church of Christ, Scientist, i *"• ^'x pairs of tan shoes were cett, Henry Vogt, C. P. Kelsey, Wer- •nnHin nnH Polton .^Strpit, Hpmn. I ^""^ed in the Farmmgdale Company, ner Nvgren. L.-C. Nichols, Fred S. Later in the week a handstome Iov- staats, Averell Marlow, S. D. O'Mara, mg cup was left in Chief Williams jj q Schluter. Sunday School 11:10 a. m. iTea'ding j °*'=^,' ^'**\ ^ '^,?.|;'' ,,f ^*^*'*'*** ^'^'^^ ' The following contributions are ac- room open weekdays from 1:30 to 5 ?i!"_Pl^..?:!!^^^^.J°.l*'f.f_^!lP°.';L?l'.^ knowledged for Saturday and Sunday Christian Scientist Franklin and Fulton Streets, Hemp¬ stead. Services Sunday 11:10 a. m and 8:10 p. m. Wednesday 8:10 p. m p. m. Presbyterian Sunday moming the pastor, Rev. J I Department, best appearing depart¬ ment at Oyster Bay, June 12, 1919." There is no inkling of where the cup Special pies and cake from Maier's Bakery. A special contribution of an ice Sidney Gould, wUl preach on "The fi""^ department at Oyster Bay, League of Nations." There is a relig- ^^h^J"^'^ "^ the treatment of the judg- ..„.„ ,.._ „.^ ^..„.„..., „.. „. „_ ious side to everything in life. Noth-!^*' "«° ?"7^"/^^*t ^^^ extra cMip and enough to .serve all the guests who came from, and it is assumed thatjhe cream freezer full of cream from the Sugar Bowl on Main Street, made the . work much more pleasant, as we had presented it to the Freeport Depart- were in the dining room at the time ment. , the freezer was opened. We never In the contests Freeport fared poor- saw ice cream ^lisappear more rapidly ly. In the hook and ladder contest' than that did. Truck 1, fully equipped, competing ; Mesdames Alvin G. Smith, C. F. against touring cars, finished last, Essex, S. A. Williams, Elwood Mey- ..i,:iita a..u ..e ...v,v„ t..c ..,».. «x ^u^i- *""*'" ^^^''^ *^'^°"ds. The announcer | grs, F. D. Combs, Charles Combs, ness and the man of the newspaper to; «"n°""<^«'l '.'"O"' the stand that this I John Dunbar, George B. Geller, Wil- come and hear a side presented that was the only real hook and ladder; Ham Rhame, D. C. Antz, James Cruik- ia not political nor partisan. 'T^^k m the contest, which caused con- | shank, William A. Schreiber; Misses In the evening in accordance with s'^erable applause among the spec- h. M. Seeley, May Carpenter, Mes- the request of the Treasury Depart-| *",<"¦«;. , . , * „ , dames J. Sidney Gould, William R. ment the matter of "Thrift" will be! J," ^^^ niotor hose contest. Hose 1 i Longman, G. S. Smallwood, R. Van presented. The subject will be pre-! ""^ "°^« 3, using their heavy wag-! Wicklen, A. P. Davisson, Wallace, C. S. S. Yacht Club Activities At the meeting of the South Shore Yacht Club Tuesday evening ten more new members were elected. The Club voted the sum of $1,000 for repairs to dock and the construction of bath houses and a bathing beach, for the exclusive use of the club members and their families. The bath houses are now being erected and the beach should be ready before July 4 on which day the Club will entertain during the afternoon and evening. There will be motorboat races, water sports, music and dancing and a tennis toui^ament on the four new courts, which are con sidered the beat in this locality. Nerit Wednesday evjninir. fj;i? C". a dinner dance will be helil at t!ic C;uh House and as ever or.o hu:.J;\,I i..:.\ sixty subscribers have already ex¬ pressed their desire to attend, an en¬ joyable evening js assured. This club is making rapid strides. The membership is now over two hun¬ dred and fifty and ther? "s t .ir; of tak¬ ing action relative to i,he chxrKinjr of an initiatic'.i fe" v.iv. r the ;.':T::b'. - ship reathe- a -.e.-s.-i nu. 'ber v.hich will soon be attained. The club was organized in 1907 for the encoura'jeme'u i-f yachting, ; j- ciabijity and rec.eatio:-. and i-- liviiig up to its obligation in f. ery ;esi 't. Testimonial Dinner to Captain Hanse A te.stinionial dinner was given to Captain James Hanse, former Chief of Police of the Village of Freeport and chairman of the Draft Board of the Third District, by his brothers in the Lodge of Elks and their friends on Tuesday evening;', 'vhen he was pre¬ sented with, an Elks pin, seti, with three diamonds. S. P. Pettit. Past Exalted Ruler, was the Toastmuster and introduced Supervisor IIira;.i K. Smith, Exalted Ruler Clarence A. Ed¬ wards, Supervisor G. Wilbur Douirlity, ex-Revenue Collector Henry P. Keith, Village President Robert G. -Ander¬ son. .4ssistant District Attorney Elvin .\. Edwards. Pait Exalted Rulers (Jeo. .Morton Levy and Archer B. Wallace and Attorney Thomas Cli.ff. , Captain Hanse was caiiiplniK'nted for the work he had done while n member of the Draft Board and the speakers expre.ssed their regret at fh ¦ unwarranted annoyance iriven Mr. Hanse by his arrest a a Ua;np.;d-U'i charge, in which the te.ti-v.ony sh.'--. ! no evidence to warrant holding Cap¬ tain* Hanse ahd the speai.rrs al-.i ex¬ pressed their regret at the enormous expense he had been put to in order to protect his honor after having devoted his time to the work of the Govern¬ ment for so long a period. ing is without moral significance and I moral life is an incorporate part of i religion. The pastor claims no po- | litical sagacity nor superior knowl- | edge, but does claim the right to in- j terpret the moral meaning of move- | ments, and he invites the man of busi- ! To Constitute Masonic Lodge Spartan Lodge No. 956, Free and Accepted Masons, will be duly consti¬ tuted this Saturday evening, June 21. The ceremonies will be held in Me¬ chanics' Hall, Railroad Avenue and Church Street. Rt. Wor. Robert H. Robinson, Depu¬ ty Grand Master of .Mason in the State of New York, will be the con¬ stituting officer, assisted by his staff of Grand Lodge offlcers. sented under the title of "Saving The Soul of .America." Good congre gational singing and excellent music ¦ ^^"^f^^'^jf. by the choir. "" "'" No Funds for ons against touring cars, made com¬ paratively slow time, but finished with Hose 2 and Hose 4 did V. Boiler. Pie—Mrs. Samuel Henderson (two lemon meringue). I not make time. | Coffee—Mrs. J. M. Goller. ! In the motor pumping engine con- ; Cigarettes—Mrs. G. I. Braithwaite.' test. Hose 4 finished second, in one j We also received a number of con- ; mmute. Several companies finished tributions for the smokes fund and | Granite Moimment, ahead of them, but It was found they j special contributions in place of regu had broken the coupling in their wag- ! lar contributions of refreshments. I on on the run down, and they were i These are acknowledged separately in I consequently disqualified. Ithe report of the treasurer. Elks Observe Flag Day j The treasurer of the Canteen Com- , „, „ ** . ^ I mittee acknowledges the following The annual Flag Day ^service ^f , contributions: The war is over. Our boys are dead. -^ Let's go to the movies. That is the finale to the work of the Freeport World War Memorial Com¬ mittee, written on the blackboard in the auditorium of the Grove Street i p,„„„„_^ r „^„o v„' io>;q" n d r> tt i-""""'-•¦'"¦¦°- School by one of the active members : ^"/?°'^* ^°,*'?h/ri,i hU.L i!.?nH«v ^'''' ^IV.' ^^^* '1 en wtre nresent outside of the com Madison Lodge No. 410 of Wisconsin. mittTe \nTu wa?Kuied S^rep^o't I'^VhgZVoi fhfoLT''t^ofTM,r:' back to the Village Trustees without I !,':./Jl«'^»,f.:,^'l'l!„?f£«T.^Jll*/^J^^^^ Hiram R. Smith |5 J. N. Hattmin, jr.. $1 Mrs. Foster Seaman $1 Mrs. C. B. Williams, for cake, Lee-Patterson Company $2 It Is Now Dr. Schloss Mervin Livingston Schloss was grad¬ uated Wednesday evening, June 18, from the New York College of Den¬ tistry. He was the third highest man of his class and received a $20 gold piece as a prize. A special infirmary certificate was also awarded him for conscientious and proficient operative work. Dr. Schloss will take a special course in oral surgery during the summer months. making any further efforts to collect j ""^«^"' ^.'^Jj selections by Mme. Frida|j. Gallagher, smokes, $1 funds for the' monument. The com¬ mittee will not hold any more meet¬ ings. REMOVAL NOTICE On and after June 27, 1919, I will be located at my new residence. No. 12 Rose Street, corner Grove Street. GORDON LINDSAY. M. D. Telephone as before, 980 Freeport. .Kd V ertlttraint Examination and advice FREE, by a Food Expert, at Smith's Shoe Stpre, Freeport, one day only, Tuesday, June 24. 1919. AdT.rtlaemrat Mt See Great South Bay Ferry Com¬ pany Bchedule to beaches in this paper. -^ Adv.rtfi«m.»t Sterna, Albert Von Tilzer and the j Mn University Quartette and a recitation i Mrs by Leo.Carillo of Santa Monica, Cal., i jjrs Lo<ige J^o. 906. I Mrs' The ritualistic exercises included the erection of the Floral Bell of Lib New Management at Casmo -Mrs. M. T. Jackson has opened the ; erty by the officers of the Lodge and Casino, at the head of. Randall Canal, the reading, "Elks Tribute to the aa a boarding house. I Flag," by Douglass C. Lawrence. To give every family a chance to try this good fuel, I will sell coke (in nut coal size) for a limits time'only at $10.10 per ton. Sinclair L. Raynor, 8 No. Main St., tel. 184. AdT*rtU*m*nt See Great South Bay Ferry Com¬ pany schedule to beaches in this paper. AivtTilaamanx Weekly Weather Report (For our readers in other localities) Friday, June 13, clear, quite cool. Saturday, clear, quite cool. Sunday, clear, nice summer day. Monday, clear in a. m.; foggy at night. Tuesday, clear, nice weather. Wednesday, clear, chilly, east wind. Thursday, chillj, east wind. S. R. kahn, smokes, $1 S. R. Kahn, for cake, $1 F. A. Keogh, for cake, $1 R. M. Pardillo, donation, $1 > Arthur (Bender, donation, $1 Mrs. Henry L. -Maxson, for cake, $1 Hours for Public Library The Public Library on Grove Street ia open daily from 2:00 to 5:30 p. m., evenings, T-.Od to 9:00, and on Satur¬ days from 9:00 to 12.00 a. m., 2:00 to 5:30 p. m., and 7:00 to 9:00 p. m. To give every family a change to try this good fuel, I will sell coke (in nut coal size) for a limited time only at $10.10 per ton. Sinclair L. Raynor, 8 No. Main St., teL 184. Aivaxtlaamumt Must Not Ignore Traffic Officers Before Police Justice Flint, in the village police court Tuesday, Gantano Cortanzo of Bellport, Harry Summers of Bay Shore, (5eorge Burrows, Bay Shore; Max Fillman, Patchogue, and Leo Hersehberg, of New York City, were fined $5 each and Harry Mole, Roosevelt, $1 on being found guilty on the charge of tht traffic officer for not obeying his signals to stop at the corner of Main Street and Merrick Road. ^ HoW Poverty Party The Lights Club held a "poverty and and old clothes night" at its Club House Wednesday evening. The invi- tationd read: "Owing to the luxury tax, we know it is impossible to buy expensive clothes, so wear your old¬ est garments, regardless of color, style or vintage. The best dressed will be the ones who wear the worst lookinjr clothes." The price of coal is increasing. Buy your next winter's supply now and save money. Sinclair Kaynor, tel. 184; 8 No. Main St. AdT*rtl«*m*nt More Frc«p4irt News on Faga 7 Thi. column is edited by Rer. W. H. l.it- tebrmndt and ¦!¦ items ihould be aent to hia to insure insertion under this haadins. Services at the Church of the Re¬ deemer Sunday, First After Trinity, at 7..30 and 11 o'clock A. M. and 8 o'clock P. M. Celebration of the Holy Communion at the first service and Morning Prayer and sermon at 11 o'clock. Evening Prayer and sermon. The Sunday .School meets in the Pur- ish House at 10 A. M. Lesson: •Eli¬ jah." The last meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary until fall will be held in the Parish House on Thursday at 2.30 P. M. The Boy Scouts meet weekly on Tuesdays at 7:30 P. M. A cordial in¬ vitation is extended to all to attend the services of this church and to en¬ gage in its community activities. Mrs. Samuel Benner of Hempstead Boulevard has sold her house to Mr. Myers of Hollis. L. 1., who with his wife and two children will soon take occupancy. Mrs. Benner and Miss Benner will spend the next two months at Nassau-By-the-Sea and wil! lot return to .Merrick to reside. J. W. L. Van Siclen has sold his house on Merrick Ave. and with his family will leave Merrick. The new owner takes possession August 1st. :-*'EIectric Light For Merrick" is an announcement we received in the mail th's week. The idea has been for some time a project. We hope it may materialize into actuality. To be freed from blackened ceilings and walls, no fragile mantles to break and chimneys and globes to buy and both¬ er without end, and then to have real¬ ly satisfactory illumination at some¬ thing less Chan $1.50 per 1000—Ah! it ¦< tl di jam. At a meeting to be held in til-' School House on Monday even- 'ng a. S.;; ' action is promised looking to the desired end. .-\ representative of 'He e'"C'trie people will be on hand ar. al.*- > a practical wiring man to Ki\'c • iiat information may be asked. This ¦: an improvement projected for the Niilage and the only thing lacking to make a class .Al town and, there¬ fore, is of interest to every property o>vner who .should be out to boost. Come out and join in electriiied boost- inn. The position of the electric liirht and power company in the matter is this: "Of course we want business, but at present we are overpushed to sutiply current and therefore we ar© not seeking territory which will not be ;::c'fitable at once. /Get signers of contracts, as many as possible, and submit the list which we may use as a ba.-,.s jf estimate considering the lo¬ cation of the consumers and the prob- ab'*" amount of electricity to be con- suL.e.l.'' ihe matter is an entirely business one from the side of the elec¬ tric company on the one hand and the individual consumers of the village on the other. There is no question of taxation involved. There was a man in this vil'age ince whose energy t<i.ni.d iiiiii ihw- name of Capt. Push. W ..'..•(! a let jf Capt. Pu.shes just now. Mr. and Mrs. David B. King mot¬ ored on Wednesday to Easton, Penn., v/her" Jfr. King is attending the grad- uiiiiuii c.\tn.ises of his alma mater, Lafayette College. .Mr. King is a trustee of Lafayette. Richard P. Kent and family re¬ turned to the village last week from Pelham, N. Y., where they spent the winter. The North Merriek Dramatic League will present "-Bride and Groom," a farce in three acts, on the evening of Saturday, June 2, at 8:30 o'clock at Firemen's Hall, No. 2. Dancing will follow. Music by Prof. Frank Mila- cek. Ice cream and cake for sale on the stage. Admission 50 cents; re¬ served seat, 75 cents. Dr. Allan Beetham and family after a month's stay with Mrs. Beetham'a mother, Mrs. William E. Hewlett, re¬ tumed to their home in Baltimore last "week. The Merrick Water Company has had trouble for the last week or more with its wells. The points became clogged due to sand and rusting. A new large well of over 30 feet depth has been sunk which will greatly in¬ crease the water supply. By dint of hard work and long hours the Com¬ pany has kept the village supplied un¬ der difficulties which react to the credit of the Company. A reduced sup¬ ply for a short time and the inability to use the water driven motor of tha organ of the Church of the Redeemei are the only inconveniences the viilag^ has experienced. Fourteen Years Ago ' (Items taken from Nassau County Review tbis week, 14 years back). Freeport High School Athletic As¬ sociation planning a dinner to their coach, Leo Fishel. First National Bank of Freeport opens its doors to the public Monday moming, June 12. Chairman of Board of Trade ap¬ pointed a committee to consult with Freeport High School Band regarding open-air concerts during the summer. HIGH WATER Fridriy Junp Saturday .Sunday .Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday' TIDE 20 21 22 23' 24 25 27 27 28 TABLE 12:33 P.M. 1:33 P. M. 2:39 P.M. 3:48 P.M. 4:50 1'. M. 5:59 P.M. 6:32 A.M. 7:31A.M. 8:27 A.M. See Great South Bay Ferry Com¬ pany schedule to beaches in this paper.
|Title||Nassau County Review 19190620|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19190620|
assau County Review
Official Paper, ViBage of Fi^wport
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
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ami SMtel Affair*
Joseph A. Aacb, wbo hax told his hoQM on Forterdeld Place last Decem¬ ber and drove in his auto to Palm Beach, Fla.. with Mrs. Asch, is im¬ proving in health. Mr. Asch, who was in the banking business, secured a po¬ sition afPalm Beach with the Farm¬ ers Trust Company, but only remained a few weeks, as he found it did not agree with his health. He then se¬ cured outdoor work and is mucH bet¬ ter.
ABOUT THE CHURCHES
(IMSM to thU ca'taaan ara wk.MMdl fraaa tb« f—t.rt el ckorcb*. ami aatratariaa or othar •ttciaU of cliMrch .octotif*. Thm. H«M. wMhto tb. liait* of .nr apmea, ap¬ pear aa fnrBi*lMd.
Baptiat Next Sunday the second sermon in the series of seven on "Vital Themes" will be given. These ftre messagres on "What Jesus Had to Say." The sub¬ ject on Sundaymornini; will be: "What I Jesus Had to Sa^ About Marriage and j Divorce." Service begins at 11:00 o'clock.
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JUNE 20, 1919
VoL XXn, No. 25
Dotoft •( Um SKrat Fratonwl Orcaniultoa. of FrM^rt anal VicUity
Alpha Council, Daughters of Amer¬ ica, makes a special cnotribution of $5 for the Canteen of the War Camp Community Service.
Harold E. Brown has resumed his law practice with offices in the Na¬ tional Bank of Commerce Building, 31 Nassau Street, Xew York.
Miss Hannah Cornelius, cashier and head bookkeeper at the Review office, and her mother, Mrs. Moses Corenl- ius, are spending tbe week with Mrs. Edward W. Lovesey, New Haven, Conn.
Alpha Council, Daughters of Aemr- ica, will hold a pinochle, euchre and domino at Mechanics' Hall next Tues¬ day evening, June 24.
Golflman Secretary of C!>apter
Tuesday evening was a big night at the Freeport Branch of the War Camp Community Service, Soldiers and Sailors' Club, when certificates were presented to the members of the different committees, for the work done by them, the names being sub¬ mitted by the chairman of the commit¬ tees which have handled the work of entertaining the soldiers and sailors at the Club during the war when nearly 200,000 boys have been shown the hospitality of the village.
The Club had as special guests, F.
Commciit. ani .xplaaation. not entirely a D.W* natur.. on villas* affair*, by tb* (ditor.
^ At the regular meeting of Freeport, Howard Covey, County Director of the The evening meeting at 7:45. Good chapter No. 302, Royal Arch Masons, ^"f^^: a"|