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M< ^I »¦¦, n* T« Nassau County Review Offldal Pt^MT, VOagfr of Fraaport FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1919 VoL XXn, No. 27 SOOAL AND PERSONAL BH>f itaaaa Cmmtarmbtg Baettaaf al Omr CaaamtuOty, ami Thair Om.*.. VteHa •¦4 SMlal Affair. Harry Bower», jr., with Smith A Be¬ dell for several year*, haa obtained a poeition as clerk in the Freeport Post Othee, starting work on July 1. The Sunday School classes of the Miases EHiabeth Hewlett, Mrs. How¬ ard Combes and Miss Lidie Raynor en- Joyed a trip by trolley to Ice Grove oa Monday afternoon. Ice cream, cake and other goodies were prepared for the young ladies. A fine time was reported and promise of another trip before the season is over. Those in the party were: Misses Elizabeth Hewlett, Helen Raynor, Frances Suth¬ erland, Dorothy Marlow, Irene War¬ ren, Julia Cheney, Marion Valentine, Thelma Grimmer, Ethel Gallienne, Lidie Raynor, Mabie Starke, Florence Oppenheimer, Evelyn Dunbar, Shirley Fulton, Helen Oakley, Mildred Deck¬ er, Helen Lee, Ber^a Golder, Cather¬ ine Sutherland, Alice Wagner, Lucie Watkins, Roland Combes, Mrs. How¬ ard Combes. Mrs. Peter Berger, after a long ill¬ nesa, is now convalescing. c^ Dr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Carman and daughter Janet will leave July 10 for a trip to the Adirondacks, to re¬ main until the ftrst of September. H. M. Jennings, principal of the High School, and family, will spend the summer at Port Jefferson. Children'a Picnic Party A picnic party will be given on the grounds of the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Club at 392 South Grove Straet to all the children who helped to make Tag Day for the Club such a success. This party will take place on Wednesday, July 9. Children are to take their lunch and meet the com¬ mittee at 11:00 a. m., comer of Grove Street and Olive Boulevard in front of the Freeport Club. The committee in charge nave arranged for games and races in whidi the children will take part. The members of the committee are: Chairman, Misses Margaret Graser; Dorothy, Schiffer, Vada Combs, Beat¬ rice Golden, Marlon Wallace, Elaine Six Montha in Community House The chainnan of the Entertainment Committee of the Freeport Branch of thc War Camp Community Service has submitted his report for the ,six monUiB service in the present rooms occupied by the Club, which incident¬ ally are the third set of ro<nns the Club has occupied as its work pro¬ gressed. Because of the interest tak¬ en by our neighbors in the work, this report is printed in full: The Entertainment Committee was formed with fifteen members during Christmas week 1918. A set of rules for the dances were printed which caused quite a^ little comment, on their being so strict. The New York papers all published an ac¬ count of them and said the Freeport dance rules were so strict that the gills were on a strike and would not attend the dances. The Saturday pre¬ vious to the newspaper reports we had 35 girls present, the following week there were present 74, so you can readily see the papers were a great help. A number of people were opposed to the dances; they claimed the boys would be rough and not behave, From January 1 to date we have only had to ask five boys to leave the dance room and they left so quietly that their leaving was probably not noticed by those dancing. The fact that we have averaged from 100 to 300 boys a night for 80 nights in our building and out of this large number only five have been asked to leave speaks well for the American boy and the members of our victorious army. / As the boys enter the Club House they are given a handshake and a smoke and made to feel at home by the duty men. They are then passed on to the dining room, served with home-made cake and coffee and sometimes sandwiches. After their Warm welcome and refreshments the boys are naturally feeling pretty much at home and satisfied with them¬ selves; they are then passed on to the Entertainment Committee. The boys are in such good humor when they reach us that no matter what we give them they take hold and make it a success. We have tried to change our program each night to make the ev¬ ening interesting and in order to do so have had various attractions such as ,smokers, community sings, dances, entertainments, games, victory danc¬ es, surprise dances, barn dances, sol- Dunbar, Shirley Fulton, Mabie Lieb- diers amateur night, elimination danc- erman, Master Averill Marlow andUg, peanut party, smiles party and a Herbert Hatfield. Buay Times at Lights CIbb The LoniK Island Geod Hearted Thespian Society, better known as the Lights, 19 having a big time this week. On Wednesday evening they held a "Kid Party," when their invi¬ tation called for their guests to "wear old clothes and turn back to child¬ hood days." On Friday there will be a clambake from 3:30 to 6:00, with baseball game and water sports. ,,,-,- On Saturday and Sunday, July 5 ' P'® oi Freeport and neighboring tovros Circus. Sunday evenings we have had singing and music, a special soldiers' patriotic sing, a memorial to the late Theodore Roosevelt and many other programs to keep the boys interested. We are indebted to the Girls' Ser¬ vice League of Freeport, the Liberty Girls, Misa Rand and Y. W. C. A., Mr. and Mrs. Covey, Mr. Alderman, Mr. Reynolds and IVfiss Baldwin of the W. C. C. S., the members of the Freeport W. C. C. S. Girls' Club, Mrs. Alonzo Foster for special talent, and the peo and 6, there will be dancing, baseball and entertainment. Health Officers at Official Conference Dr. William H. Runcie, Freeport Health Officer, and Dr. William H. Rhame, Town of Hempstead Health Officer, have returned from the 18th annual conference of health officers and the flrst annual conference of pub¬ lic nurses at Saratoga Springs. Over 1000 delegates from all parts of the State attended, making this the largest and most successful confer¬ ence ever conducted under the auspices -of the State Department of Health. Certificate for Distinguished Service The First National Bank has on dis¬ play a certificate of Distinguished Financial Service. During the war the Government in anticipation of the various Liberty Loans, issued certifi¬ cates of indebtedness, the larger part of which were allotted to the banks. Each bank that subscribed to the full extent of its quota received o'fle of these certificates. S. W. A. to IVfeet The regrular monthly meeting of the ,... ^.. SoldjjHra Welfare Association will be kept the boys on "their" gVod"behavTor! helcTTuesday evenmg, July 8, at Sol- j Messrs, Staats, Ofeen and Watkins ' '" "^ """ have given Mr. Holland great assist- for their cenerous help in all we havte undertaken. The members of the Entertainment Committee have each had a special part to do and have without an excep¬ tion been on hand when requested to carry out their part of the program aa follows: Miss Helen Wicfts gave dancing les¬ sons to the boys, distributed our signs through the camp every week and sent boys over to our dances. Miss Ada Baker had the Girls Ser¬ vice League present several times to entertain the boys and helped out on Sunday nights. Miss Marion Copeiand fumished her car to take the girls to camp dances in the beginning of the work - and helped out with the girls' work. Mrs. Pearsall assisted at the danc¬ es and secured partners for the boys. Mrs. Watkins played for the boys Sunday nights, was chairman of the girls' membership comniittee and as¬ sisted at the dances. Mrs. Kelsey had charge of the chap¬ erones and assisted at the dances. Mrs. Sutphin had charge of taking the girls to camp dances, looked after the girls at our dances and formed the Freeport W. C. C. S. Girls' Service Club of 100 girls. Mr. Holland has been head floor man ih charge of all the danpes, car¬ ried them through successfully and diers and Sailors Memorial Club, 392 South Grove Street. BENZOMINT The household remedy for Sore Throat and Tonsilitis. It does the ' tainments work. Keep a bottle in the house. A4v.rt<iem«Bt The price of coal is increasing. Buy your next winter's supply now and save money. Sinclair Raynor, tel. 184; 8 No. Main St. Adv«tU«Baat See Great South Bay Ferry Com¬ pany schedule to beaches in this paper. Adv.rtMcmuit To give every family a chance to try this good fuel, I will sell coke (in nut coal size) for a limited time only at 110.10 per to*. Sinclair L. Raynor, 8 No. Main St., tel. 184. A4«OTMMm.Bt REMOVAL NOTICE On and after June 27, 1919, I V.ll be located at my new reaidence, No. 18 Bose Street, comer Grove Street GORDON LINDSAY, M. D. Telephone aa before, 980 Freoport. AdvwtlMaMBt TO MT PATKONS I will cloae m^ oflce on July 10 thia sniBiaer, retarsing about Sept. 1. T. D. CARMAN, D. S. ance and could always be relied upon to be at the posts on dance nighta and assisted at the entertainments. Mr. Kelsey took charge of enter- and successfully carried them out. Mr. Brown has had charge of se¬ curing special music for Sunday nights. Mr. Story always on hand, has kept the boys informed as to what waa go¬ ing on and has invited hundreds of them to our affairs. The committee has worked together splendidly from the beginning and each one has always been ready to help the other out with their part. From December 25 to June 14 we have been able to assist in entertain¬ ing the boys 99 nighta as follows: Number of dances in the Communi¬ ty Houae, 42. Attendance of girls, not including their gueat, 2027. Nights of games, 12. Singing, 28 nighta. Boppliea 46 performen. Supplied 80 Y. W. C. A. leMlers thru Miaa Kand. Girlb' meetings. 8; attendance 112. Girla Uken to 19 camp dantfea; to- Ul, 761. The muaic haa been taken care of by riur Bender aod haa been aaa ox ontatandinc faaXmaa at owr danc¬ es. Tho report at the committM ob <ContiBaed oa Faga 7) LOCAL TOPICS Cmaatmmita aai «i|»laaati.B. >Mt .atiraly .( a aawa BBtur., .a Tillaf* affair., hy tb. WItar. Oiling the Streete ^The Village Board of Trustees has taken up the proposition of oiling the village streets, and is attending to them as rapidly as is possible under the existing labor conditions. , A word might be in order to the drivers of heavy trucks. This oil is heavy, and after it once "sete" will Doings at Soldiers' Qub "The work at the Soldiers' and Sail¬ ors Club is letting off a little, but on Saturday night we had "some time," as was evident when we served ice cream and cake to the visitors, at 10 o'clock. We served 240' plates of cream, or rather half plates, and there were vwy few "repeats" so it is safe to say that at that time we had over 200 visitors at the dance. The attendance was small Sunday evening, and taking into consideration Memorial Service in Presbsrterian Qiurch Of the men from the Presbyterian Church who gave their lives in the great war two have had no memorial service in Freeport thus far. It has not been through any' neglect, but be¬ cause as stated by the pastor from the pulpit rceently, it was too personal a matter for him to arrange and con¬ duct. He has therefore secured the great-hearted John F. Carson of Brooklyn to preach the sermon. The first of the three men who gave MERRICK Thil cohima U edited bj R.T. W. H. Ut> tebrandt and all Itrau thould b. ¦•nt to hlM to Intur. iB.«^loii andn thi. haadiac the fact that Mrs. Arthur Whitehouse - who served Saturday evening, brought I their all was William Clinton Story keep the road in good condition, but a number of cakes and pies with her, ^^h^ ^^^ y^-^ ^^^y^ ^y Memphis while we notice that heavy trucKs, loaded i we had more than we really needed for gerving in the air in line of duty He with lumber, bricks, etc., particularly; Sunday, but as we have remarked be-j ^,3 brought back to Freeport and on Lon? Beach Avenue, pick up the oil fore we do not allow thuigs to go to Juried from his home with military ^f,«»'eiV«^»'l'e!l down in place, and. waste. We took the reserve cakes | honors, his pjietor, Rev. J. Sidney will spoil the road very quickly, while up io the War Camp Community Set-1 Q^y,^ ' gggig^^" ^, ^r. Saul O. Cur- on the other hand if the drivers or vice rooms at Hempstead, and by a u^j^.^ 'y^en pastor of the Methodist owners of these heavy vehicles would ] peculiar coincidnece had just enough church conducting the service The keep them off for a week or ten days plate* to serve the boys who were en- ^^ole village attended and lined the it would insure good roads all sum- joying the entertainment up there. streets to do honor to the first man mer. Canteen Committee I Mrs. Arthur Whitehouse was in M. E. Church demobilizes IS^"'"'^* Saturday evening, with her ^rmisuce nau ueen s.Kneu Ita Service FUff^**'**''?-'^ <="'".'"'"^'I; P' »«"?**"^ ithat Charles Gould, the pastor's old- A. *u « tr ru rT^ '^"«iS"«= The Misses Evelyn VanRiper, I ,t j„j Earl Maxon, two boys At the M. E. Church Sunday even-, Ruth Lytle, Gertrude Hubbard, Flor-j^^o went into service the same day, mg the service flag was demobilized, I ence Carpenter May Carpenter and i^^,, ^^^^ ^y aide storming the Hinden- and laid away. It contained o2 stors, Florence Whitehouse. -The commit- ^^rg line near Cambrai, on Septem- one of them being a gold star for Har- |tee also acknowledges the following u--2<i wh*n thi.v shared in one of old Maxon, The services included addresses and sketches of their work during the war by Captain Burgess Osterhout, Ralph Crandell, Lieut. Harold E. Brown and Captain Howard Osterhout. Dinner Dance at South Shore YachI Club The South Shore Yacht Club had an¬ other successful dinner dance last Wednesday evening, with an attend¬ ance of nearly 200, who enjoyed the dinner and dancing until late in the evening. These events are becoming very popular at the Club, which is in¬ creasing rapidly in membership. At the last regular meeting ten members were elected and thirteen applica¬ tions have been since posted. Evidence of Prosperity "xhe Freeport Bank has declared a dividend of C'e on the capital stock of the Bank, payable July 1, evidencing their continued prosperity, and the careful and business like method in which the funds of the bank are handled. Out Early This Week Because of the holiday. Fourth of July, coming on our regular press day. ber 29, when they shared in one of the most brilliant feats of American arms in France. The whole village was . . -n A 1 4. ; again stirred through and through. ejwise specified, cakes were sent: ^he pastor of the church was in Hot Mrs. H. Taylor, Miss MyrtleMc ' f . Kay, Mrs. C. VanRiper, Misses special contributiona, through Mrs Whitehouse, who is now a member of j the Canteen Committee: Unless oth-1 Mrs. Chas. A. Calkins will leave on the first to spend the summer in and about Chicago, Mr. Calkins expecting to join his wife in the middle of July for a long accruing vacation. Services at the Church of the Re¬ deemer Sunday, the Third After Trin¬ ity, at 7.30 and 11 o'clock A. M. and » o'clock P. M. Celebration of the Holy Communion at the early service and again at 11 o'clock with Litany and sermon. « No meetings of the Sun¬ day School or Woman's Auxiliary un¬ til fall. The Boy Scouts meet weekly in the Parish House on Tuesdays at 7.30 P. M. A cordial invitation is ex¬ tended to all to attend the services of this church and to become identified from Freeport to give his life. Then with its community interests. came the belated news three days^ after the Armistice had been signedT 1^* Men's Club of the Church of the Redeemer will reestablish itself in full vigor in October. The Club has been quiescent during the war owing to the members being too much occu¬ pied with war work to spend energy where it was not particularly needed. The following were baptized at the Church of the Redeemer on Sunday aftemoon by the rector: Frank Eu- Griffiths, Frances Dixon, May Carpen ter (pie), Mrs. Elinwjge, Mrs. H. Faath (pie), Mrs. W. uuryea, Mrs. Reed (tarts), Mrs. B. Lytle (tarts) VA^th Springs, .V. C, following a break in his gene Ives, jr., Hazel May Ives, John '^^ health which had come just cne v.eek j William Verity, Lillian Caroline Var- before his son was killed. When he ' neke and the completion of the priv- retumed in February he was not yet atrong enough to assume full sched- Keea uaris,, .virs a. i.yue uaris,,; , f ^ ^ ^ ^ence the delay of the Mrs. A. Abrams, Mrs. A. Whitehouse g^^vice (cake, pie and tarts), Mrs. C. E.; wiHi^ni F Whitehouse (pie) The following also contributed cakes: Mrs. D. Van Rees, Mrs. L. B. Downs, the third man from tiife church identified with the | large young men's class in uh.' Sun- j day School, died in November in I ate baptism of Charles Au!?ustus Weil- and. ROOSEVELT Tuesday evening, July 1, a number Lake, Mrs. Harry B. Lake. Mrs. Irene f"' ^r^nnflnpnTn nV-PMmnni"i"7;ou'"!' ^^ >'"'->"- P*°P'^ '""""^ ^^^ Methodist F. Bartholomew, Mrs. S. V. Davis, ^"^^"^ ^' r T '.t" v ir. „~„ Church enjoyed a straw ride to Long Mrs. Edward B." Thompson, Mrs. A. ^"^,?*J"^"X^ toSther v t^M f^ , ^ The'party left around seven Puck, Mrs. W. G. Smith, Mrs. J. M. ^°"'^ X Sf,r,nnt f«rm nP«r t^^^^ ^«"t by t™*^"*' ^"^ " ^'•»"'^- Hartmann, Mrs. W. L. Heyer, Mrs, M. "Il^^.-.i^lL^^V^illT."^. Jnr"^"^?',..^!,! ^f"rter roast on the beach and spent John land. artmann, Mrs. W. L. Heyer, Mrs. M. "" "" t "'"""""'"¦ „",,,',, fnrter roast on the beach and spent Zulzer?'Mrs Myron Johnson. Mrs. ^P^^I^^^rui'nlLn VrJ of ?^^^^^^^ ''""'='"»f »"'' P'^y'"*? hn B. Smith, jr. Mrs. E. W. Hel- |"it pro?egt£ oLtor fr^^^^^^ '»"'* >^l"'"« ^^^ "^'^^ **« .d,Mrs,HenryVonElm,.Mrs.P.J. ^tf" iPT^tlrcLtt^lrd th ser-''"^^^ watermelons. They expect_U> Sullivan, Mrs. S. R'. Kahn, Mrs. Lewis H. Ross, Mrs. A. L. Fenton, Mrs. J. Sidney Gould, Mrs. W. F. Need, Mrs. J. Walter Westcott, Mrs. Edgar Wil¬ liams, Mrs. Elbert Walters, Mrs. J. W. Walters, Mrs. Charles A. Hamil¬ ton. Mrs. Lola J. Vail, Mrs. D. Frank Seaman, Mrs. H. O. Nelson, Mrs. Frnnk A. Myrick, Mrs. George P. where in Massachusetts, read the ser vice over their graves. Major Mc¬ Cord, divisional chaplain over the 27th Division, wrote: "They were bur¬ ied reverently in an orderly cemetery and the spot marked with a white I cross." "In Flanders field Where poppies grow I Between the crosses Row on row have ..ther good times during the sum¬ mer an;i were not sorry they went this time. i Lieutenant Harold E. Brown of i Freeport, 167th Infantry, Rainbow Di¬ vision, recently returned from Ser¬ vice overseas, will speak in the M. E. i Church Sunday evening, July 6. Spe- icial music by the choir. MrrH^'sS/^'ra^Vw^bTTrs' The church desires to show honor L ^h^ Epworth League of the M. E ^"-."- f5J^Y,'K^"- M;:"vr1f;i: n- 'to the brave young son of its pastor Iphurch will hold a lawn party on th« tu 1.1 • r . T, I- • • J r»nrirp Krpmplherc' Mrs Frank C " ^"^ '^'^"^^ you.in ?>ijn ui ..,= h»=<-v,. jLhurch will hold a lavm pa the Nassau County Review is issued j Geor^Ke Kremelberg, Mrs. r rank u. i^^ voluntarily enlisted and cheer-l ^urch lawn this Friday in time for the Thursday afternoon | Chapman, Mrs. J. OecU l-owers, '".rs. i ^^j, ^^^ j^.^ jj^^ Together the!T„iv4 mail this week, and consequently does 1 Averell Marlow, Mrs. James Venditt, ^y^^^^ * ^^^^^ ^j„ j,g honored in ; " ^ ' not have any report on Fourth of July \ Mrs. F W Greaves Mrs Howard K ^^^^.^^ arranged for Sunday night. party on the evening, activities. The day will be an active one with special events at the South Shore Yacht Club, at the Lights Club and special entertainment for men in uni¬ form at the Soldiers' and Sailors' Club on Church Street. School Notes A very successful school year end- on Thursday evening when the an- commencement exercises took Theatre at 8:00 p. School is noted for its Pies-Mrs. Samuel Henderson (2 ^"^'^ ¦ pl.^KvTerianrwro "gave" the"ir ^°°^ entertainments, but all who were lemon meringue); Mrs. H Shieber. ^IrvLg che^u W welfare of i P'^T"^ °" ^^f T''"'1 '"'^'"^ '^ ^''* Sugar, Mrs. J. E. Clark ?? 1 •^"^"^""y ^° ^"^ weiiare , v ^.^ ^^.^.^ rendered. An Mrs. E. F. Goldman, treasurer of *"^u- .]_..!.„ ..,:ii „i.^ u^ „ »^^„„„;_ ^ar^re class graduated. P««"*»' Mrs. Jacob Post Mrs John ^^„ „,^^^^ ^^^^^j,), ^ ^^^ y^ T. Cotter, Mrs H. C. Schluter, Mr^. .^^ ^y^^^ y^^ ,„^^ p Carson, i / M. J. Travis, Mrs. R. W. Nutt, Mrs. . j„_;__ ^u „„„ the chair- , Wallace R. Post, Mrs. Herbert A. Ba- wj^ o^fTe^a^'ionaTS^rtice CommlL^ "g^ i^^th'To^Tr con Mrs. Norman W Dean, Mrs. W.^«" l^\^ Presbyterian Chureh of . P'"'^^^^^,^^^;,,?"g^^ ^¦¦^^l'''\'r^'\i-±}^''^±i....,, r, ' the U. S. A. and directed the work of i ^„„h nntfrt^ n,«ent Turns Big Auto Over on Side Early Saturday afternoon, while I thrCant'een Committee.'acknowledges traveling east along Merrick Road at' ^he following contributions- ' """ a high speed, Alexander P. Seversky, j jj^g j^ Levy $3 unusually driving for Linn Hannering of 32 Broadway, ran broadside into the car of C. B. Ebberts of 334 West Merrick Road, while the latter was turning from the road into his yard. The Eb¬ berts car was badly damaged, while the Hannering car, a touring Cadillac, was turned completely over on its side right across the road, without anyone in it being hurt and without even breaking tlie glass in it. The car wa Mr. and Mrs. Frank Devlin $5 Mrs. Augusta Wood $1 Miss Lillian Wood $1 Mrs. B. M. Asch $3 Miss Karris, donation, $5 6, The program was as follows: Invocation, Col. R. J. Seckerson Orchestra Salutatory, Simon Nathan Optrettr.. "The Pixies," (Jrades 5, 7 and 8. Cast: Queen Titania, occupied by Lieutenant Baker, ^660 Boulevard, adjoining the Community Tenth Street, Brooklyn. Eyewitness- , House. All members of the Freeport es said that Seversky was traveling ^^^ Camp Community Girls' Service at a high rate of speed, while he Qyh are requested to be on hand at claims that he was going very slowig.Qo _ j^ y^ j^^]^^ this sing a suc- and that Mr. Ebberts did not give any ! ^^gg signal when he turned into his drive- i q.'qq p M—Firewoiks, followed by way. Mr. Ebberts insisted that he „ jg„ce only members of the Girls' The service will also be a recogni- service of the boys who gave themselves to the cause with as luil measure of devotion as the others and who in the fortunes of war came back to,us again. The chureh wants them ^ ^^_^ ^ ^^^^ ^^^__ ..^.,.„, to know that it is glad beyond words pjo^ence Kohler-; Princess Angelica, M,ss narris, oonauon, *., .that the wa' >s over and they are g^^^^ Underbill; Prince Florimel John Mrs. Williai^ Winship, for cake, $1 ^a^k home safe So a splendu ser- g^^ .^ ^ncle Sam, Edward OleksS- Girls' Club, for refreshments, $7.25 vice is arranged ^"d every boy who ^^ Columbia, Theresa Lipps; Alban Mrs. Kahn smokes, $1 has been in the /"^ J\/r«"i. ^/ee- (Goblin Leader), George Beck; Page, . port IS invited to attend and bring his ^ r^ ,oj,^ Hensler; Japanese Dancers, Friday^July. 4 special night, 8:30 ^.^^^tiT^t.^'rar. fo'ftt%"'"..'' ??- Bf^r, Myrtle Mackay; Spaniards, 9:00—Patriotic sing on Olive found the program for the evening. did give the.signal, and that he looked | ciub and their out-of-town visitors around shortly before he turned, ffhd i ^jn he admitted to the dance. Vera Abrams, Fred Zimmerman. Class Prophecy, Mae Behr Valedictory, Sarah Underhill Orchestra Address to Class, Hon. L. J. Smith, County Judge Presentation of Diplomas, Presi- Jr. O. U. A. M. Welcomes Retumed Soldiers Freeport Council No. 57, Jr. 0. U. A. M., at a special meeting Thursday evening, welcomed home from Service , ^r.semauon oi i,ip,omas, thrmembers of the Council who had ''«?*"/f.^^f*' "^'"'•y '^- B^"*"" been engaged with the United States wrcnesira ,, .. Forces during the war. The members ,:„ T M^r'^.T "r ^'^ ^^'T\ '^"" - , „ , , ,,, Saturday,July5,8:30P.M.-Regu-iand their addresses ar^^^^^^ ^!'^lJ„!!-f.^'"l"&.".^..^':!*?}:.\»l!/^^ _ . ... Ipe?,!:;;; St Ge°o"g?ts"sen,'NewTo7k Corwin, Emil De Vadder. Harry D. no car was then in sight. Mr. Eb- and nose, but not seriously injured. Sunday Schools < are asked to be present as special Hold Annual Parade G'''^' Committee will be appointed a^Tu D t t t o J ^^ u ,"*^ arrange for a minstrel show and •^The Protestant Sunday Schools of joantfy school Freeport held their annual parade Sat- , - ^ . . _ Monday, July 7—Rgeular >"onthly ' "'""III |?^- "j?"'^j^. "''"^^^^^^ 'coU ' ^^'orence, Lydia A. Golden. Georg'e H. meeting of the Girls' Club. All g-ri^Si^^'AYj/!"" ?/n.' M^rrtckf^Frlnk I^lorence C. ^fohler, Theresa , Simon Martha Jeffrey, Wantagh; Clarence Verity, i^'e^an-we'ene k. Knodesirma M. Seaford; Frank Raynor, Frank White, i Rhodes, Beatrice L. Smith Gordan R. "^ vin, Alvin J. Lang, Merrick; Frank S.' "«?»«". iMorence t.. n.onier, iner 'f'lCondit. Stapletonfs. I.; Charles Dahl,! B-L'PPo, Sydney S. Marcovice, Sir ^° ! jr., Roisevelt; Frank Link, William E. | Nathan, Edward O^ksiak, Mar *lioflrr»v Want^ahr CAttn-nce Verity. ?'erman, Helene R. Rhodes, Irma urday aftemoon. After marching thru da^TJ'y lO^'S^w^fklfdalrels S b^ J BaJdwTn; Fred CrmZ^k;^' Chiiton;; ?:»¦>-'/«„-!L,°c '^t^^^'ktTv' Pine Street, all the schools assembled J^f/^" the' ComruniiyCse^^^^^^^ Morton C_revoiserat. Geor_ge .Duryea, | VanRiP^r^ Harry G. Walker, Hazel E, °'^tu^u'' K^°'j'*''*f^' '°™'"«^ «, "°^* , Thursday instead of Saturday until with the band in the center, and sang ' further notice "Onward Christian Soldiers." The [ several schools returned te their re- j spectivc headquarters where refresh- i ments and other entertainment were enjoyed. The Baptist, Episcopalian, | Lutheran, Presbyterian and Methodist Sunday Schools took part in the pa-1 fade. \ Fred Staats ably handled this pa- Entertainment Forty-five girls attended the last camp dance on Thursday night. Two army truck loads of overseas boys were brought over by the W. C. C. S. for the dance on Saturday night. During the first half hour all the rade as marshal, with the assistance ; K'^ls wore masks. At 9:00 o'clock of representatives of each Sunday I'ed, white and blue hats were given g^jhool i out to the boys and girls. During the ' ten o'clock intermission ice cream and Advertisinf Trucking Busineaa cake was served. Miss Can-ol Smith The Freeport and Roosevelt Express «nd partner won the elimination dance Trucking Company, Forest Avenue, i a"^ a fine time was voted by every- RooseveTt, calla attention to their da- j body. vertisement in this issue. ! The Ward R. Frost, James H. Fairbrother,! Wilhnarth. .., .„ ,. „ Sylvester Greenblatt, Morton Ger- Class Officers—President, Sarah De- mond, Herman Guhl, George C. Hoff- voe Underbill; vice president, Simon man, Harry B. Hunt, Herman Lieber- Nathan; secreUry. Mae Evelyn Behr; man, Jerome Montross, Alvin E. Ray- treasurer. Hazel Estelle WiHmarth. nor, LeRoy Post, Jule Raynor, Judson i . Miss Gertrude Westervelt, the prin- Rayhor, Robert V. Ryder, Oliver I "Pal, and the following teachers are Smith, Clarence Trubenback and Ken-1 to be highly congratulated upon (he neth Zimmerman of Freeport. Four- successful way in which the program teen of the men answered the roll-! was rendertjd: Miss Kirley, Miss gglj I Coonley, Miss Elliott, Mrs. Carter, About 125 were present, addresses j Miss Bigelow, Mrs. Evelyn M. Row- being made by Supervisor Hiram R. I '«no. pianist. Sirtith and Past Councilors E. V. ¦ On Tuesday evening the Kindergar- Baldwin and C. Wesley Golden. Some i ten and- first four grades had their of the men from Service told about j "'tertainment, which was also very their experiences while in the war. ! KOod. The operetta. "The Smuggle- following contributions are To give every family a chance to i noted on the duty book: try thia good fuel, I will aell coke (in i Mrs. J. M^ Goller, coffee nut coal aixe) tat. a limited time only at 110.10 per ton. Sinclair L. Raynor, 8 No. Main St., tel. 184. AiyoMaaaamm* Mrs. Ida Summers, cream. American Theatre, 60 admission tickets. B. F. Post; magazines. See Gra»t £k>uth Bay Ferry Com¬ pany echedule to beaches in this paper. Adwart&omaga The priee of coal is increaaing. Buy your next winter's supply now and ¦• e maaay. Siaelair Raynor, tel. IM; 8 No. Maia St See Great Sooth Bay Ferry Con- paay Mhednk to beachea in thia Bank Increases DiTidaid >^ At the regular meeting of tbe Board of Directors of the First National Bank it was decided to pay a aemi- annual dividend of 6 per cent, oi the capital Rtock. The dividend hereto- fM« haa been 6 per cent. "The depoa¬ ita on Tueaday had toUled $969,000. Soe Great South Bay Ferry Coni' paay aebwhile te beachea in thiafapat. Mr. and Mrs. Brown and daughter of Lynbrook were the entertainers of the evening, and Charles O. Niles, jr., fumished musical selections. Refreafarnents were served by the Daughters of Liberty and the Daugh- tera of America. Auto Driven Pay Fines Police Justice Ginton M. Flint lev- man," was delightfully rendered with the following cast: Toots and Billy (naughty boys) Stanley Gillman and Frederick Schwanewede; Tott's moth¬ er, Viola Losee; Billy's mother, Mil¬ dred Wider: The Smuggleman, Clin¬ ton Dixon; Fairy Queen. Dorothy Pet¬ erson; Singing Fairy, Amelia Zier- man; Sunflower, Signald Anderson; Herald, Raymond Hensler. Miss Westervelt was assisted in thia j-j <.>..- #...ii»._t«.> a,.^^ #/«• ^»l.*s.». «# MISS wesierveii. w»ii asBiBi«a in inis l"^.,*^.:.'lSl''-:^5™:'^'^**^*'*"'"' Play by Miss Myrtle Gissell, chair- auto traffic ordinancea Andrew J. i Rogers, $6; John F. Hinea, $20; EU Merritt, n©; William jCf""se,„,-n W. Bucher, flO; Frederick >. Dooch; | >*'^e^Xr« all left for their home. man; Miss Brownell and Miss Finger, pianist, costumes, Mm. DeLap and er, $10; Howell Adama, $6; Samuel Laviq*, 15: Herman Flohn, $2; Elise Chinnock, |6; Maury H. B. Paul. |2. ViDage Tuns Payable Now Villaie Tax Collector D. Frank Sea¬ man ia now coUeetiac viHage taxea; 8M att. in thk iaane for particnlara. on Saturday. Mias Westervelt will apend moat of the aununer in Maaaachuaetta, haTing left on Tueaday morning of thia woek. Misa Sarah UodcrhiU gave a beach party to her elaaamatea on Monday. Man Ifnapatt Newa •¦ Faga T
|Title||Nassau County Review 19190704|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19190704|
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Nassau County Review
Offldal Pt^MT, VOagfr of Fraaport
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JULY 4, 1919
VoL XXn, No. 27
SOOAL AND PERSONAL
BH>f itaaaa Cmmtarmbtg Baettaaf al Omr
CaaamtuOty, ami Thair Om.*.. VteHa •¦4 SMlal Affair.
Harry Bower», jr., with Smith A Be¬ dell for several year*, haa obtained a poeition as clerk in the Freeport Post Othee, starting work on July 1.
The Sunday School classes of the Miases EHiabeth Hewlett, Mrs. How¬ ard Combes and Miss Lidie Raynor en- Joyed a trip by trolley to Ice Grove oa Monday afternoon. Ice cream, cake and other goodies were prepared for the young ladies. A fine time was reported and promise of another trip before the season is over. Those in the party were: Misses Elizabeth Hewlett, Helen Raynor, Frances Suth¬ erland, Dorothy Marlow, Irene War¬ ren, Julia Cheney, Marion Valentine, Thelma Grimmer, Ethel Gallienne, Lidie Raynor, Mabie Starke, Florence Oppenheimer, Evelyn Dunbar, Shirley Fulton, Helen Oakley, Mildred Deck¬ er, Helen Lee, Ber^a Golder, Cather¬ ine Sutherland, Alice Wagner, Lucie Watkins, Roland Combes, Mrs. How¬ ard Combes.
Mrs. Peter Berger, after a long ill¬ nesa, is now convalescing.
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Carman and
daughter Janet will leave July 10 for a trip to the Adirondacks, to re¬ main until the ftrst of September.
H. M. Jennings, principal of the High School, and family, will spend the summer at Port Jefferson.
Children'a Picnic Party
A picnic party will be given on the grounds of the Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Club at 392 South Grove Straet to all the children who helped to make Tag Day for the Club such a success. This party will take place on Wednesday, July 9. Children are to take their lunch and meet the com¬ mittee at 11:00 a. m., comer of Grove Street and Olive Boulevard in front of the Freeport Club. The committee in charge nave arranged for games and races in whidi the children will take part.
The members of the committee are: Chairman, Misses Margaret Graser; Dorothy, Schiffer, Vada Combs, Beat¬ rice Golden, Marlon Wallace, Elaine
Six Montha in
The chainnan of the Entertainment Committee of the Freeport Branch of thc War Camp Community Service has submitted his report for the ,six monUiB service in the present rooms occupied by the Club, which incident¬ ally are the third set of ro