FliEEPOSlT LOCAL GOSSIP
An Important meeting ot the mem- -ters fft the Oood OoTemmeot Club will be held in Fraternity Hall on Tuesday evening, March 8. .
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On next Tuesday afternoon, from 2.30 to 5 o'clock. Mrs. Henry L. Max¬ son, of 316 South Long MeachB ave nue, will entertain for the benefit of the Belgian Relief Fund. Tea will be served for twenty-flve cents, and fancy cakes will be on sale. Mrs. regular iresbyterUin services on Sun-
Iho regular services of the M. E. Church will t>e held next Sunday, the itct. wuuam oalziel ofllciating. Moruing service at 10.30; evening Dei vice at 7.45; Sunday School at i.;su.
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The Rev. Mr. Covert will hold the
Maxson is a genial hostess and Xhe benetit will unqueationably be a big success.
Janet, the three weeks' old daugh¬ ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Samet, is very ill. With others we hope for a speedy recovery.
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Harrison Ounning has been con¬ fined to his home on Bay View ave¬ nue for the last week with a severe Attack of pneumonia. While attend-, ing him, bia mother, Mrs. John D. <3unning, met with a trying accident which has confined, her to her room. Both are higUy esteemed hy theV friends, who are most solicitous for them. K
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Frank J. Wetmore, of 305 South L.ong Beach avenue, has returned from an extensive trip through the Southern States. Trade in that sec¬ tion, he tells us, is exceptionally good. .¦ '* • • •
Mrs. S. N. Gibbons, of Miller ave- ¦nue, is spendlnK a few days with her son at Flushing
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Under the direction of George T. Van Riper preparations are being made for the special Easter music at the Methodist Church.
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Mrs. Charles Kelsey will give a "Utility" luncheon at her horae on March 3.
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A bouncing baby girl has been born to Mr. and Mrs. Sherman C. Holloday ¦of North Wallace street. Mother and daughter are doing nicely.
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Mr. and Mrs. John J. Randall, Jr., of South Grove street, are receiving congratulations upon the birth of a son, John Jay the third Right proud they are and well they might be.
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Misft Margarte Alice Wemple, daughter of Jifr. and Mrs. H. R. Wem pie, of 339 Union avenue, Elizabeth, N. J., was married at four o'clock la.si ThurHday afternoon to ('.. Drew Job- son, of Atlanta. The ceremony wa.s performed by the Rev. Wlnfleld S. Baer, rector of the Trinity Epi.scopal Church. The bride was attended by the Misses Frances A. Wemple and <;arollne Zucker, who carried ba.skets of sweet pea.a, and the attendant of the brklegrooia wp.s J. Norman Job- «on, of Rldpewood. Only the Immedi¬ ate ii'iativi; and a few intimate friends atu-nded the weding.
aay next, February 28.
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The Circle Society of the !?resby- lerlan Church met with Mrs. Gustane Bopp Thursday atfernoon, February
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Miss Mary Jensen, of New York, spent tti« week end with Mrs. Chaa. Witteman.
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Mrs. Clarence Miller and daughter, Mabel, were the guests of Mrs. Wil¬ liam Wolfe over the holidays.
The Heart Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Combs on Monday aiiernoon. A large number of ladies were present and a most enjoyable afternoon spent. The prizes were won by Mrs. Law^.a8ter, of Bellmore, and Mrs. Samuel Seaman, ol lilast VVilliston.
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Mrs. Palmer, of Brooklyn, spent th* holidays with her sister, Mrs. W. LIghtfoot.
The topic for the morning serTlce la Wantagh Memorial Church on Sun¬ day, t'Obruary 2», will be "Uitheno Hath the Lord Helped Us." That for the evening service, "Love's Veil." The Rev. T. S. Br^ithwait will of¬ hciate.
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The Auxiliary League meeting Tuesday night in the Parish House.
Christian Endeavor Fl-iday evening, in the Parish House. Topis, "What Will Improve Our Prayer Meetings?" Lead«r, Mr. William G. Garner.
Sunday Schooi in the Parish House at the usual time, 2.30 p. m
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.The King's Daughters met at the home of Mrs. Charles Robinson, Sun- n Croft, on Tuesday afternoon, when they began arrangements for an en¬ tertainment to t>e given April 14.
A three-act comedy entitled "Billy's Bungalow," will be given by the Vic¬ tor Club on Wednesday evening, March 10, at the Parish House. Ad¬ mission twenty-flve cents.
The following is the cast of char¬ acters: Billy Middleton, builder of the Bungalow, Mr. Irwin Fussell; Peggy Middleton, Billy's wife. Miss Anna Wasljington, Mr. George Siems; Miss Laura Ujaulwell, the unexpecteu guest. Miss Jennie Bpx; Miss Dorothy French, Peggy's sister. Miss Helen Jackson; Miss Kitty Campbell, not "out" yt. Miss Agnes Box; Theodore I Thurston, a friend of Billy's, Mr. Gro- Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rose spent I ver Siems; Gordon Middleton, fresh the week end with Mrs. Jesse Bald-1 f^m college, Mr. Ralph Box; the Hon-
The regular serricea of the M. £. Church will be held next Sunday, February 29. Morning service al 11 a. m. Evening service at 7.30 p. m.
The Rev. Mr. Olsen will officiate at both services.
The topic for the morning service Srill be "History Ideals aad Acliieve- ments of the Lutherans." The even¬ ing topic, "St. Paul's Coneeption of a Christian."
Since the beginning of the Net* Year, 1915, two societies have been organized in connection with the Sunday School of the M. £. Church; the Missionary Society and the Tem¬ perance Society.
The officers are aa follows: For the Missionary Society: Leslie Raynor, president; Miss Clara Walters, sec¬ retary and treasurer.
For the Temperance Society: Miss Hannah Zacharias, president; Ray Van Nostrand, secretary and treas¬ urer.
The flrst Sunday in March thest societies will hold a debate, Subject, "The Missionary Problem vs. the Tempe.-ance Problem." The subject will be debated by the oIHcers of the two organizations.
win, Mrs. Rose's aunt.
On next Thursday, March 4, Willing Workers will meet at home of Mrs. Combs.
Most interesting services will be held at tin- Chiijch of Our Holy Re- dt'oiiur on tills cfnuiiif; Sunday even- Ins at tlie occHKion of the soirm blessing of tlio new .set ot stations of the Cros.s. The services will begin at «iKht o'cl!)ck. A noted devine, the Rev. Edward J. Costello, of the <'hurch of St. Itose Lima, will deliver the sermon on fho "Passion of Our I^ord." A special musical program has been arranged for the occasion by Mra. F. Keogh.
The various stations of the Cross are excellent specimens of sculpture and add greatly to the attract!.eness of the Church. The citiv.ens of the village are cordially invited to attend. « • •
A group commilte of the JUisslon- ary Society of tt/ Methodist Church met on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fralelgh.
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Mrs. Raymond Brown, president of the New York State .SuffraKe Clug. will be tbe dinner guest of Mrs. I. I. IJlterich on Saturday of this week.
The members of the Woman's For- «lgn Missionary Society met with Mrs. John K. Eldrldgp, of 119 West Merrick road on Friday afternon.
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Miss Irene Davison, of East Rock¬ away, president of the Lynbrook Suf¬ frage Club, Mrs. K. Loughlln and Mrs, H. L. Baston, sister of Mrr,. Elterich. will spend the week end with Mrs I. I. Elterich, head of the local organ¬ ization.
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The business and social meeting of the Epworth League of the Methcwilst Church was held at the home of Mrs. J. E. Brown, of 92 Brboklyn avenue, on Wednesday evening. There was a large attendance.
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Franklin Bedell, of "We'gt. Merrick road, has announced his candidacy for re-nomination as Overseer of the Poor. He does so with a conscious¬ ness that du'tng the past two years ho has endeavored to perform the duties of the office m the Interest' and for the welfare of Town and Poor alike. He trusts that In some meas¬ ure you may agree that he has done bia best an^ he earnestly asks the vote and support of every enrolled Republican at the ivrlmarles.
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At the meeting of Royal Arch Ma J sons, Wednesday evening, February Clinton Commandery, Knights Temi- lars"; Brooklyn Council, Royal and Select Masters; also Ex. Comp. Sal¬ ter and a delegation from Orient Chapter, and Rt. Ex. Comp. Storer. Ex. Compp. Moore and Donaldson and a delegation from Melchizedek Chap¬ ter of leOn Cove
The degree of Mark Master Mason and Past Master was conferred by the officers of Freeport Chapter, and refreshments were aerved at the eloee of tbe work of the evening.
Mrs. Charles Russell entertained at a Kaffee Klatsch at her home on Wed¬ nesda ayfternoon.
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Mr. Raymond Kersey and sister, of Hoboken, pleasantly spent the week end with Miss Lauretta Eagen.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lawmaster celebrated their eighteenth anniver¬ sary on Sunday evening last.
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Announcement is made of the mar¬ riage of Mr. Philip Ohm, of North Bellmore, to Miss Keller, of Farm¬ ingdale. The nuptials were solemn¬ ized on Saturday last In New York City.
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Warren Thompson left on Tuesday evening for Cleveland, Ohio, where Ue will remain for about three years. He has secured a very good position with a large manufacturing company.
The death ot Hewlett Smith oc¬ curred on Monday ot this week at 1.20 p. m. It was caused by apoplexy with which ho wa.-^ stricken on Sun- lay while walking in his door yard. Dr. Rhame was summoned.
Mr. Smith leaves flvo pons and three daughters, Frank, William, Hat- iit'ld, I^dward and Harvey, all ot Bell- laore, aud Mrs. Charles C'lychester, ot Araityvlile, Mrs. Jarvis Seaman, ot ilompstead, and Mrs. Wiiliam Raynor of Frteport.
The funeral was held from the Mothodlst Church on Thursday at 2 o'clock; the pastor, Rev. Dalzylel, of¬ ficiating. Interment at Greenfield.
Mr. Smith was 77 oars of age. • • •
The firemen ot this village were well pleased with the results of the ."^^asquerade Ball given in Firemen's Hall on Satruday evening last. The public showed Jme proper spirit by ailing the hall to its utmost, a general good time being participated by all. Prizes were awarded the most appro¬ priate and unique costumes. Mr. Jas. K. Place, Justice Corodon Norton and Mr. James Malloy being the judges. The ladies' prizes were a gold brooch and two bottles of cologne. They were won by Mlas Grace Hodgson and Miss Lillian Green, both of Bellmore. The gentlemen's prizes consisted of a safety razor and a pocket knife. It was impossible to obtain the names of the winners.
The firemen wish to extend their thanks to the public at large, and ex¬ press their appreciation of the en¬ thusiasm shown.
The receipts netted aboilt fifty dol¬ lars, and will greatly facilitate them in their worthy cause.
The following Is a circular letter which has been distributed among the residents;
To the Citizens of BeUmore:
At a public meeting of the citi¬ zens of Bellmore, held in Fire¬ men's Hall, it was voted and unanimously carried that each and every householder or prop¬ erty owner be requested to con¬ tribute at least two dollars to¬ wards procuring a suitable appa¬ ratus for the fighting of fire.
You are asked therefore to con¬ tribute towards this very worthy cause.
One of the committee appoint¬ ed on that occasion will call to see you within the netx few days. The Committee, Edgar Green, Foreman. Nicholas Meyer « Peter Johnson
Wiiliam Bowne Rev. Theodore King James E. Place, Chairman
orable Francis Fairweather Spauld Ing, engaged to Miss French, Mr. Pouiton.
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Mrs. Walter Cook, ot New Jersey, is spending some weeks with Mrs. Everett Vail, of Wantagh avenue.
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Mrs. Frank Place will open her ice cream parlor on March 1. Your pa¬ tronage Is kindly solicited.
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The executive committee of the Pa¬ rents' Co-operatiye Club,held a very intei>esting meeting on Friday even¬ ing last at th-e home ot Mrs. Everett Vail. Mrs. Vail is second vice-presi¬ dent and chairman of the social com¬ mittee.
Matters of vital interest to the school I'.nd community were discussed and topics arranged for discussion at the next regular meeting of the club.
A demonstration of the correct pre- T)aration of salads and starchy foods will be given by experts from the Farmingdale School of Agriculture and Domestic Science some time in April.
Later notice will be given of the meeting, which will be given under the auspices ot the Parents' Club.
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Mr. Luther Cheshire, of Merrick road, sulTered a stroke of paralysis on Wednesday last. He is reported to be in a much improved condition. Dr. Rhame is in atendance.
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Mrs. Charles Lohrman of Sunny | Croft, spent Sunday and Monday at I <'ypress Hills, where she visited her i sister, Mrs. George C-L;-^ and sen; Frank, who has been seriously ill. j
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The supper and dance given by thei l"'iremen in the Parish House on Mon- da eyvening last was attended by i about two hundred persons and was [ a great success. i
The chief, William H. Valentine, presented a gold shied to ex-Chlef George E. Box as a token of esteem by the members of the Fire Depart¬ ment and showing their appreciation of his faithful and efficient service trom 1910 to 1915.
The proceeds from the evening were about one hundred dollars.
The work on the adition to the pres¬ ent fire hall. Is progressing rapidly.
There will be a meeting of tha church officers and congregation of the M. E. Church on Friday evening of this week." The purpose of the meeting is to discuss matters of in¬ terest pertaining to the church, one of which is the transferring ot the mortgage on the church parsonage, and while so doing lo change the names in the records of saine from Atlanticvllle to Seaford.
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The Misses Bella and Anna Olsen, sisters ot the Rev. Mr. Olsen, spent the "week-end here. On Saturday ev^iing; several friends were enter¬ tained in their honor at the home of Mrs. L. Covert, where Mr. Olsen boards.
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The Democratic Club will give * dance on March 17 In the Y. M. C. A. Hall. The club is desirous of a large attendance.
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Mrs. Lyman Taft, ot Huntington, spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Post.
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Mrs. Delancie Powell, who is in the Homeopathic Hosiptal at Newark, N. J., and whose condition was precari¬ ous last week, is reported as being very much improved. Her friends hope to see her home soon.
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The basketball players of the Y. M. I. C. will have a matched team on Saturday evening, February 27, for the entertainment of the members of the club and their wives.
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On the evening of Washington's Mirthday Mrs. Edwin Hendrickson en¬ tertained a number of friends at pi- nocliie. .Ml enjoyed a very pleasant evening.
Mr. and Mrs. d. Johnston, of Brook¬ lyn, have returned to their summer home. ' - i'
Mr. Sidney iMelvin la enjoying new Brisco cai\
Mr. Charles Frlsch, who lately pur¬ chased the Clarkson Hotel, reports nis business as doing well. • • •
Mrs. Cullmore, of North W'antagh, is visiting Mrs. William Frlsch.
Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Frisch, re- cpnlly of Bellmore, with their family, have returned to this place to take up their abode at the old homestead with Mr. Frisch'a mother.
Mrs. Jacob Burger, of Jamaica, called on friends in this village ou Saturday last, stopping at the home of Mrs. A. Frlsch, Mr. William Friscii and that of Mrs. Brown.
Mrs. George Place has removed Bellmore.
Mr. William Mueller on Saturday last resigned his position with John Calcagnmo, 'who is in the plumbing and lieating business in this place. i
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Mr. Mueller, on Wednesday, will, start en route for Nebraska, wheiej he spent some time two years ago. He expects to take up farming.
FOR OVERSEER OF POOR
^t the Preferential Primary
R. V. C NIGHT SCHOOL OPENS
THIRTY-SIX PUPILS PRESENT THEMSELVES FOR REGISTRA¬ TION ON WEDNESDAY
OBJEQ TO EDUCATE
will Organize Class in Any Subject
If Enrollment of Ten
Announcement was made last w«ek by the Board of Education that classes for foreigners in reading an4 writing would be commenced Wedaes- day evening thia week.
Twenty-six men and ten girls pr«- aented themselves for regisIrallon
We were taken to task quite se¬ verely last month because, through our columns, we urged parents lo
look after ihe health of their chIT- j and work was commenced. This largs dren and remedy the physical defects | registration e«<4eded all expecU- that existed. The following extract . from the New Yori State Health AJ- "O"^- manac substantiates he urgency of| These classes will meet for the
Jess Austin, ot .\milyville, Sunday with Louis Kessean.
The work on the grade examina¬ tions continues this week by the com¬ mittee: Mr. Brooks, of Wantagh; Mr. Harrington, of Bellmore; Mr. Hilton, of Smithvlile South, and Mr. Sker- merhorn, of Merrick. * « *
The opening of the new Fire Hali on Camp avenue was a very success¬ ful event. It being attended by about two hundred and flfty people.
The Rev. Mr. Littlebrandt, of the Church of the Redeemer, opened the ceremonies, and the people proceeded with the program of the evening. Much enthusiasm was ahown, and a fair sum was realized.
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On Tuesday evening of thla week a most instructive lecture on the war was given In Firemen's Hajl by Mr. Harry Tappin, of Glenwood Landing. The proceeds in part for the firemen.
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Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss Maude de Nor- mandle Cammann, a summer resident of this village, to William H. Tooker, of Brooklyn. The ceremony was pei^ formed by the Rev. S. De Lancer Townsend. '
The members of the Merrick [ Branch of the New York State Asso¬ ciation Opposed to Woman Suffrage held their, regular monthly meeting on Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock at the home of Mrs. H. C. Schermerhorn. Mrs. V. R. Fairfax, president of the On Wednesday evening, March 3, branch, being unable to be present, the Chapter will be vls/ted by Alfred sent a message to fhe members, A. Adams of New York. Grand High which was read by the secretary. Priest of the Gr^nd Chapter of New Mrs. E. A. Anthony. Mrs. Reed Mid- York. This is a big honor for the mer. one of the vice-presidents, pre- Chapter. and it is hoped that the sided in the absence of Mra Fairfax, members and visKing companions Several artlclea of interest to anti- will turn out in large numbers to ¦ suffragettes were read by Mra An- grest the diatlngulshed ;jue«t. I thony; one of these was written by
The Daughters of Liberty of this village visited the Crystal Theatre, F'rteport, on Wednesday evening, February 23. The members of lui- lodge were invited by Mrs. Louis Ketcham to attend in a body. Th« party enjoyed a veiy pleasant even¬ ing.
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March 6 is the date for tire enter¬ tainment given under the auspices ol the Ladies' Aid of the M. E. Church. Ice cream will be for sale after tha entertainment. The Brooklyn talent who is lo give the play, "When a Man's Married," on this evening, have a particularly fine reputation for this cast of characters.
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Miss Mary Van Nostrand, of Baby¬ lon, spent Sunday with Mrs. C. B Van Nostrand.
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Mrs. Mary Raynor is visiting Mrs. Jesse Covert of Freeport.
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Mrs. Charles Mills entertained over the holidays Mrs. Walter Steers, Miss Louella Nlchlas, Miss Nellie Frank and Mr. William J. Edwards, all of Brooklyn.
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Miss Ella Weeks spent Tuesday with Mrs. John Edwards, of Bay- shore.
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Mr. and Mrs. John Haff have been spending several days at HighhlU Beach.
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The dead body of John McClelland was found on last Sunday, February 21st, alongside a log which he had evidently been attempting lo split with hammer and wedge. Justice Norton as coroner found that death had occurred on the afternoon ot February 20th and that Mr. McClel¬ land died of apoplexy.
He was sixty-five years of age and was born in Irelahd. His inteiracnt was in the St. Mary's Star-of-the-Sea Cemetery at Far Rockaway.
He leaves one brother, Matthew McClelland, and a daughter, Mrs. Frank Box.
Mrs. J. R. Sherwood, of Baldwin. Re¬ freshments were served by the host¬ ess and a pleasant social time ensued. Among those present were the Misses Hewlett, Tween and Mes¬ dames A. E. Anthony, J. W. Birch, P. Burns, Robert Dewar, Reed Midmer, H Mott, of Schenectady, J. E. Little¬ brandt. Charles Otto, H. C. Schermer¬ horn and S. J. Tween.
Mr. Howard Wood has removed to Bellmore.
Mr. Theodore Wassung, Jr., Is con¬ valescing from a severe attack of In¬ digestion.
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The Athletic Club expects to give a dance in the near future.
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Mr. Sigmund Schaller is building on the pflDperty called "Frederick's Farms."
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The report ot the last basketball game between the home team and Oceanslde was 26-36 in favor of the Oceanslde.
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Mr. and Mrs. Charley Wood spent Saturday eevnlng in the city.
Of Course We Want Your Trade
Our very object in advertis¬ ing in the Post is to get your trade, and we doubt if there is another drug store in Nassau County that appreciates it more. Besides its to your ad¬ vantage to come to us, where you will find the most modern prescription facilities, the larg¬ est stock, the best assortments, and the prompt attention you are entitled to. Fair exchange —full dollar of value for dollar received—is the principle of this store where your business is appreciated.
"Medical School lnsp«ction and
What It Mearns.
"Great numbers of children suf¬ fer from physical detest of which their parents are uite uncon¬ scious until they progress so tar as to cau.se serious symptoms of disease.
"Slight deficiencies In vision lead to eye strain and produce inflammation of the eyelids, fa¬ tigue, drowsines, l-(»>,nlache, and vertigo, whicu a pair of properly adjusted glasses would entirely cure. Defects of hearing impede the progres.s of the child. En¬ larged tonsils and adenoids re¬ strict growth and development, cause trettulness and expose the child to the constant danger of bad colds. Detective teeth, which a little early attention would pre¬ vent, lead to great pain and to a constant strain and saping ot vi¬ tality and often to serious disease if they are neglected.
"if tUe school teachers and the parents of the State of New York will co-operate in this good work, our children will set out on their life journey not only with well- stored minds but with strong and healthy and efficient bodies."
I present on Monday, Wednesday, and F'rlday evenings at 7:30 otlock and will continue in session until nine o'clock.
The school stands ready, as an¬ nounced last week, to organize classes in any subject In grammar
j school or high school work, if an en-
; roliment of ten is secured.
For further information apply to
j Principal W. S. Covert who will be at
i the office in the High School Building on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings from 7 to 7:30 o'clock for the purpose ot conferring with any who may wish to become pupils or with any who may wish to interest themselves in this kind of work.
visitors of the graduating class.
The chief feature of the evening was the presentation by the class members, of the class play, a dramat¬ ized version of Irving's Kip Van Win¬ kle, written and produced by Mrs. L. A. Pullis, the class teacher. The play, in the form in which it was presented was excellently fitted to the age and ability of the children who were mem¬ bers of the cast. This and the abso¬ lute accuracy of tho cast in giving the lines afford ample proof of train¬ ing and management received also trom Mrs Pullis. In connection, thanks must also be given to Mr. Lindley Cooke of this village, who a.s¬ slsted at several of the final rehears¬ als.
The evening's exercises opened with an overture by the school or¬ chestra. Miss J. Maude Ward had
I cliosen the Drinking Song from Lu-
Class Presents Dramatized Version of f*^'^ Borgia and her excellent man- Irving s Rip Van Winkle, Writ- i»Kfnient was clearly shown in ths
PUPILS OF El] ini GRADE GRADUATE
GRAMMAR SCHOOL HOLD EXER¬ CISES IN CLINTON SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, R. V. C.
STANDING ROOM AT
ten by Mrs. L. O. Pullis
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Main Street Freeport, N. Y.
On the .evening I'f Washington's birthday, ,lhe I-Jighth Grade of the Uockville Centre Grammar School beld its mid-year graduating exercises at the Clinton Avenue School Audi¬ torium. The crowded condition ot the hall, the enthusiasm of the au¬ dience and the disappointment ot those unable to see the exercises ow¬ ing to the lack of standing room in the hall,—all testify to the success of the graduating exercises and the Interest felt by the community in the work of the school. The only regret of the evening, If we may speak of regrets in connection with such a hap¬ py occas|)n, was that the auditorium was too small to hold, not to mention seating, the number of friends and
orchestra's cripaljie hamliing of tlie piece.
When tho curtain rose (it rially parted in the middle and swept to eacii side—l)Ut we all understand) theie was a burst of appiaust- from fhe audienre. Behold,—the school [llatform had been translormed into a delightful old Dutch street before the snu,ggest of village Inns.
Q. H. P. Adams to Visit Freeport At the last meeting ot Freeport Chapter, Royal Arch Masons, deiega- lions were present trcn Brooklyik Council, Royal and Select Masters; Clinton Commandery, Knights Tem¬ plars; Orient Chapter of Brooklyn, and Melchizedek Chapter, of Glen Cove. The Degree of Mark Master Mason and Past Master was con¬ ferred by the offlcers of Fteeport chapter. ""^
The New "Kantturn" Umbrella, 98c.
Intiroduced in Brooklyn by Abraham & Straus.
There have been Umb.'-ellas which when they turneid inside out were rendered unlit for further use— then there have been Uinbrelhis which wiiile they nii^ht turn inside out in a hi;;h wind could l)e turned back a^ain nnd be as jii^ood as ever—but it remained for this invention to go just a step farther—to make an Umbrella that could not blow inside out—made so with a double ri^Li^id frame that, while it adds init a few ounces to the weight, adds to the strength im¬ measurably.
The most tempestuous wind fails to blow this "Kantturn" inside out.
The covering is of good rainproof material, fast color; good assortment of Nat¬ ural and Mission wood handles.
We guarantee frame and covering for one year's wear and also that these Um¬ brellas cannot be turned insids out by the wind.
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