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VOL. XIV NO. 37 FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1909 Official Paper of Nassau County FREEPORT NEWS Coming Events July it —.Stra'vvlitrry fe.stival, I're.sby teria.'i Ohapel. July ?>—Law.i Fete, .Mystic Hebekah Lofige, i.'orner Chur'-h .St. and Merrick Road. Wednesday, .July 14, annual picnic of the M. E. .Sunday .School at Long Beach. July 14 Episcopal Sunday S'.'hool ex':ur.sio!i to High Hill IJeach. July 21—Picnic of ['resbyterian Sunday School to High Hill Beach. Siiiple cnpics (it the Kevif'W can bo ticcnri'il at H. (rdlict/.'s and the Review office on .Main St. and DaSilva's on W. Merrii'k Komi. The annual picnic of the M. E. Sun- <]hv S'.'h(.iiil will occur Wednesriav. Julv 14* 7 Elvin N. Edward.s . is able to be around after being eonfiiied to hitf home by serious illness. Several hundred people witne.sseil thje face.s at the South Shore Yacht <Jlub .Monday. Ex-State Senator Tlionias (\ VLitt is BlX'iidiii;; the suiiiiuer vvitli Mrs. Jennie J. Abel, on Ro.'-e Sr. Reuben S. Hamaker has com to the mountains of Pennsylvania to spend the month.s of July and .A.ugust. Louii T. Wells has purcha.sed an auto. Chas. Lenker is to spend the sumtrier on a trip through Europe. Base-Bal I .Notes -MECH.^NICS' LE..\GUE Sfanding ot the Clubs Won I^ist Per Hempstead I). Kiefer was successfully SpriiiKtield njion at a Bronklyn hospital Freeport ¦ The ne.xt thing to having a drug store next door is the ser\ice referred to in Smith & Bedell's ad in this i.s¬ sue. It. Mrs. J operated .Monday. \ The Pre.sbyteri'dii Sunday School will go to High Hill Beach for its annual picnic on July 21st. Firemen in uniform were on duty at the various fire houses from mid¬ night Sunday to midnight .Monday. Geo. Klingbiei has sold his barber business, corner of .Main St. and New¬ ton B'lul'.'vard and moved to Richmond Hill. .Mr. and .Mrs. .\lonzo Foster and Mas¬ ter Harry Foster .-ailed for Europe yes¬ terday (Thursday). They will return abiiut Sejit. 1st. There was a large crowd at the en- tertainmeiit by the Phi Alpha Athletic Club at Sigmond Opera House last Fri¬ day evening. The program was en¬ joyed, also the dancing which followed. The (Jreat South Bay Ferry Co. car¬ ried 22oi) passenges on it.s trolleys to p]llison's dock July -"ith, ar.d took l.'iOn of them to Point Lookout. Scheduled trips '.vere made and goofi service WiKidiin In Will id Rockvill nt. lion Centre 1 "i ]• (James .Saturday. Hempstead 7, Freejiort o. Woodmere 1."!, Sjiringtiel'l '.i. Inwood 20, Rockvilie Centre ¦'). (James .Monday Springfield ",), Freeport U (forfeited). Student. Hemjistead 2S, Rockvilie Centre o. Woodmere defeated Inwood. Freeport was defeated hy" Hemp¬ stead Saturday afternoon in a very in¬ teresting game iiy the score of 7 to 'i. Fishel, who started in the box for F'reeport. pitched very good ball for four innings when hi.s arm failed, and Hemsiitea.i landed on him for enough liits, coujilcd with a couple very un- excusable errors, to make the game safe. Freeport was obliged to use an outside man in this game, because of not having enough players present. Monday, on account of not being able .Matthew .S. (Caldwell, who was prin¬ cipal of Freeport School from lh7tj to 1879, died at his home in Far Rocka¬ way Tuesday. Funeral services were held this Fri.lay afternoor.. Church .Notes At tlie M. E. Church Sunday morn¬ ing, the pastor, Rev. SV. .¦\. Richard, wiU take for his theme, "The Spirit versus the Letter in Religion." Al 7:4.} p. m. the Epworth League and the evening congregation will join in a "Sixty .Minute Service." when Dr. Richard will speaii on "Every ^Fan a BALDWIN Barto:T (J. Prir.je has a new auto. "Calvin; The most ( hristian man of his generation," will lie the morn¬ ing sermon theme of Rev Charles Her¬ bert Scholey at the First Presbyterian' Church in i.'omemoration of the 4niith atives here, anniversary of the birth of Jdhn (.'al¬ vin. In the evening the pastor will ~" ""'*"*¦ Jireach ujion the subject. "Why should a young man be a ChristiariV" In the First Baptist Cliurch. Stanley W. Roberts, minister, there wiil be jiuiilie worshiji of (iod Sunday l(.i.;;i) a. ni. and 7.:Jti p. m. Morning theme. "Deathless Life;" evening, "The way of the Tempted;" Men'.^ Forum at >; :4ii -Arthur Hut in town. Jesse K. W .¦\mityville. 'he.sor. a: ortma;; -Mr. John (JiJford has at Lenox. Mass*! .Miss Phoebe Hill, sjjent the in town. Hautsch Fourth ( d his s vi beer (if f Jul bride are siting at visiting Richmond y holidays rile .Mi.-^-es Edna and Finreiice Taft Morris Park have lieen vi-^iting rel- Mr. und Mrs. IVan have been speii'ding 'd cottage at Long Creek. C. Wortman few iiavs in a Elaborate preparations are being made for the Firemen's Carnival to be held the last four davs of Julv. to .secure a full nine, Freeport ("ouncil to '.) ::J0 to dicsuss "National Owner- was obligefl to forfi'it the game to be played at Springtield. A greatly strengthened team is ex- jiected to be jiut against .Sjiringfield Saturday, when they play them in their new grounds ojiposite Foreman's lum¬ ber yard. Caines .Saturdav Iho beacheH were tilled with people Sunday and Monday, every available boat b» ing in use. Parties were run E.stimate3 for "building the new i to Point Lookout, High Hill Beach and Long Beach Avenue sclioolhouse will j Long Iieach. The races at the South be re.'oived at the Grove Street School j Shore Yacht Club i.ttrarted a large on July 1'.). See adv. for jiarticulars. crowd. Sjiringlield at Freeport. liockville Centre at Henipsti Woodmere at Tiiwood. shiji;" Bible School at 2 ::iO: Y. P. .s. C. E. at 7; mid-week service Friday evening at ^. Everyone is cordially invited to all services. N'illugc Trustees .¦\11 the members were present at the regular meeting of the Village Board of Trustees Friday evening when Tho Misses Dorothy and Mabel .Mac- .Arthur, of Brooklyn, have been visit¬ ing their sister .Mrs. W. J. Steele. .Miss Etta E. Po'.vers is in a New I WANTAGH I The Schutnan Orchestra met Thurs- I day evening with .Mrs. Thos. Thornton. i Mrs. A. E. Hunt is entertaining her ] brother, .Mr. Ear wicker, of New Y'ork jCity. I The Wantagh Gun Cluli will hold I a shoot and clam bake at Hungry Har- ! bar Saturday afternoon, .luiy 17th. i All se.isions of the Memorial Sunday School and the (.'hristian Endeavor So¬ ciety have been susjiended until Sep¬ tember. The old school building, including the furnaces piping, registers, etc., as well as the iiutbiiildiiigs. will be sold at public auction to-morrow, Saturday. The following letters remain un¬ claimed in Wantagh Post Ortice: Yohannes Bahr, Miss Jennie Erskine, .Mrs. Yohn .¦\xhler, Steve Makatuvce and .Mr. Fred .Shod. Mr. and Mrs. 11. J. Young, Mrs. James M. Seaman, Mr. and .Mrs. J. J. Fust'ell, and .Mrs. Fred Wieliel are sjiending some time in cottages at High Hill Beach. ' .Mrs. Edith .M. BarkiT, widow of the late Geo. A. Barker of Baldwin, and ; Porte V. Kansoin of Huntington, an : engineer of the New "I'lirk Dejiartment York Hosjiital having undergone a sue-1'd' Water Sujiply. Gas and Electricity, <l'u\ ojieralioii last Saturday morn- Miss Ethel (iolder entertaineil a ad. a large number of routine bills were chre jiarty at the home of her sister. The City of Brooklyn will sell the houses on its new conduit line at pri¬ vate sale by sealed bid.s, tiext Monday, ua advertised in the Review this week. A violin class has been .started under Prof. Edward Fajaim and will meet in the M. E. Sunday School room next Saturday afternoon at ;?.00 o'clock. Those ulio wiuilii bo interested in buch ^project are invited to be present. The otricer:; of Freeport Council .\o. 57, Jr. O. U. A. .M., will be publicly installed next Wednesday evening by the Deputy Slate Councilor Josejih D. Tunison and Staff. After the installa¬ tion there will be speechmaking and refrcslimeiit.-i. PHI ALPHA The "Brooklyn Professionals" de¬ feated Phi Alphas .Monday afternoon by the score of .'i to 1. The Brooklyn Professionals were a strong team. Most of the players were former big leaguers and knew the inside of the game. Winham, who jiitched for Pittsburg in the National league laat year, was at second base for the visitors while Maurer, late of the Johnstown team, played short. .Matty Furst jdlched and was too .strong for his former teammates. '.ter Jiart ot C. Gilbert, A. C'imbs, ' Louis M. Frank Fox, I While catching in tho game between ' the Phi Alphas and tho Brooklyn Pro- 1 fes-'sionalH Monday a foul tip struck 'Jesse Searle.'' on the right hand, split- This Friday evening, July '.», in the ting it so badly that Dr. Carman was Sigmond Opera House at Freeport ' obliged to put five stitches in it. Jess George B. Lawrence and company of was back before the game was over to fourteen performers will give "The ' coach the players. Ho will be out of Power of Drink," a western melodrama the game for a month or more. «f frontier lifi". _ Funeral .'^ervice.s for Percy Seaman, People who like a nice day on the bav -^on of .Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. Seaman, <•,,,, might well tako in the annual excur"- were held;from his late residence. South teresting^game of baseball. aion of the Sunday School of the Main St., Sunday afternoon. The pall Diamond Dust We are unable to jirint some interest¬ ing base-ball comments, this week as the writer failed to sign his name to the cojiy to guarantee its authenticity. Even though I'hi Alpha lost .Monday, the spectators were treated to an in¬ it seems too bad that the local team is unable to Church of the Transfiguration to High kH.'arer« were E. Vernon Colyer, James keep up its speed for more than ..ight Hiir Beach next Wednesday. Boats ^¦- Stiles, Harvey J. George and James '""'"f- !"«'• ^^^« Kame-s that have L'dnbsday leave Woodcleft Dock at i* o'clock tiharp. MiHH Ada t'hristians of South Bay View Avenue, received word this week that Hhe had won tho four year scholar F. .Mulcahy, members of the class of k>ft'n lost this season, the two last 1909, with whom Percy had just grad- "i"^-'^ l^ave been disastrous for them, uated from Freeport High School. William Gallagher, late of ("ushing Academy, Massachusetts, was a new- Several thousand people witnessed comer on the Phi Alphas and a very audited, taking up the the evening. Afijilications for water b l-Jrafing Place, and Robert Bedell St., and light I'm Long, Roosevelt Plai Rus.sell Place were granted. Treasurer Wallace li. Post submitted his monthly report showing balances in the various funds as follows: Gen¬ eral, *:!21.24; street, .'•."i21.:!U; water,, ii;449S.'.t('; light. .S2t;o'J.,'>^; Board of Health, .'?!):}.!S4; interest, $ltUi..'i;t; tax arrears. ?4.5L."j.*'^ ; tire department, .'«;!91.41; street light, .'i!10.:!l; light ex¬ tension, §9.:!!); water sinking, •'?297.- i:!; sidewalk, i?-"!!).7.'i; water extension, ^oii.ij'S; street grading, ^'-'I'l'l.'¦])<. .\. J-. Morgan was granted jiermis¬ sion to lay sidewalk in front of his residence at ]o:\ West Merrick Road. John J. Randall Comjiany asked for extension of water mains o.n Long Beach .Avenue south from Atlantic Avenue to Village limits; also east on Casino Avenue and south on Roosevelt .Avenue to Village line, to connect with several houses; referred to committee. The application of Michael Herman, Third Place, for electric light, was al¬ so referred to committee, tu consider the advisability of extending the line. The Onslow-.Moore Comj/any dedi¬ cated portions of several of their streets in the PJav View section to the .Mrs. William H. afternoor Ravnor. last Fri( Were married last Wednesday at the parsonage of Memorial Congregational Church by the jiastor. Rev. Thomas S. Braithwaite. Wantagh (Jun C'lub won the shoot vvith the .Nassau (iun Club held at Hungry Harbor Monday by the score of .s:i to I'l,'). In the afternoon a club shoot was held, with the following results: Class A Walter Ashdown 19, Wrn. iiMiis 1.'"), John Nearly lifty Epworth League mem¬ bers and friends attended the after¬ noon and evening beach party last Sat-j schult/. IH, George urday. .A pleasant time is reported. i jjox IA, Wm. Dean D.I. I (]lass li- J. Seaman 12, Mr. and .Mrri. Fred Nicholson and i Siems 10, CJ. Box 9. daughter, of Pennsylvania, aro visit-! Cla.-'s C Harry Brailliwaiti Grover .ng Mrt*. Daniel M. here.i Nicholson's mother, Mr.^'. | Whaley, and otlier relatives The quarterly social of the Home Dejiartment of the M. L. Church was held i'hur.-iday afternoon in the Chapel. The iirogram was of u jiatriotic nature and a social hour followed the jmi • gram. The funeral of Williani 11. Seaman Divirie services in tbe .Memorial Church next Sunday a 10..'lb a. m. and 7.45 J), m. It is exjiected that at the morning sc'rvice Miss Cora Wenner, daughter of Mr. ;ind Mrs. Jacob Wen¬ ner. vsho are spending the .Summer at High Hill Beach, will sing a solo. Miss Wenner is said by those who have heard her to be an exceptionally line sintrer. The jiastor's ir.orning topic will be ".Making the Best Vsa of the was held on Sunday afternoon at the Summer;" evening, "The !.,aw of Com •M. P. ('hurch. Deceased waa in the I parison inthe Spiritual Life." 41st year of his age and had been suf-, feriiig with diabetes for some time, i He leaves a widow and a four year old son. the exhibition of lireworks under man- welcome one. He was placed in left village, deeds for which were urdered LYNBROOK abip at Cornell University, at the ex- agement of the Freeport Club -Monday Held, where he accepted every chance, filed amination held by School Commissioner , evening. The good display was and he also made a two-ba.se hit and Cooley at Mineola in June. Miss thoroughly enjoyed, as were also danc- three-bagger. Christians had six competitors, all ingandrefreshmentsattheClubHou.se Dan Draddv plays a good game,. He young men. afterward. It was necesaary to use started at short but when Searles was the lots north of the railroad track in- injured. Captain Murrav sent him to D. Frank Seaman, Village Tax Col- stead of the usual place on which the ^rst, placing Gerhold behind the bat. •Iftctor, givea notice that he will begin City of Brooklyn has placed its pijie collecting village taxes on July 19 and will continue until Aug. ;?, at the Vil¬ lage Oflice, Railroad Avenue, with one per cent fee; after Aug. ;'. he will re¬ ceive the tax at his residence, 122 Church St., with .") per cent fee. Edward Olsen and his guests (Jeo. Daley and .Mr. Breise of Brooklyn, in Mr. Olsen's boat "Norge" and Henry L. Maxson and his guests, Harry Starr of this village and C. B. Eganof Plain- tield, in the "Orianna." a sister boat, Harry Ford and Handy Fanjoy both sailed to Patchogue last Sunday, mak- them being double plays consider themselves gixid fishermen inR the run in 5 3-4 hours. With - - and they had the best time of their head winds and tide, it took the two The regular monthly meeting of the lives Tuesday night fishing in Randall boats about 9 hours to "beat" back Freeport Board of Trade will be held Bay. They wgrje out from 9 o'clock home on .Monday. and brougft ._ , There was a large crowd at the ath¬ letic games under auspices of Phi Al¬ pha Club at Athletic Park Saturday and a Jgood list of entries to ;! and brought back 7o weaktish, weighing from 2 tu 4 pounds each. Both the anglers claim the odd fish. The Freeport Rank indicates prosperity by a surplus of $45,000, ita Aljihas lost the jioint trophy by one 10 The next meeting will be held next Friday evening. HEMPSTEAD The annual pici.ic of the .Methodist Sunday School will be held at Rocka- •way Park on Tuesday. July U!. John Duryea has 'iold his property on the .South side of Fu'ton Street, he¬ tween Washington and Columbia Streets, to George S. Langdon of West Hempstead. Until further notice Benediction will ,, , -^ u n .. w, 1 J be celebrated directly after last mass, .n tratermty Hall next Wedne.sday half-past ten o'clockf every Sunday, at July. 4at>.l.ip. m. All interestei ^^^ [.^^^^y^ ^f Our Lady of Loretto, ,n village improvements are invited ^^^^. p^.^er O'Hara pastor, to attend. _ . __. President Foster has announced the j^e Presbyterian Sunday S'^hool will this year Kastenhuber finished out the game as catcher and put up a strong game. Credit should he given to Pete Smith for the clean game be jiitched. Bill Murray played his usual strong game. Seven grounders were fielded by him at second base for out, two of The nu.rriage of Elbert Davison and Miss Inez .Shisler tooK place Wednes¬ day of la.«t week at the home of the bride at Medina, N. Y. Mr. and Mra. Davison will occupy their Ious*- on Millburn Road, which is now nearly completed. Miss Beatrice Cotte and Wmant B. Pettit were married Wednesday even-] ing of last week, the ceremony being performed by Rev. William D. Tuck¬ ey pastor of the .M. E. Church. The young Jieople have the best wishes of a large number of friends. Baldwin was ijuite alive on the Fourth. A large number of visitors were in town and there waa a good deal of celebrating with fireworks during the dav and in the evening. A num¬ ber of the people sper.t the day or a Jiart iri the Bay on their pleasure boats. An alarm of fire called out the fire¬ men sliorlty after 4 o'clock Monday af¬ ternoon, when it was learned that the residence of Thomas Johnson, a brake- man employed on the Long Beach Di¬ vision, was ablaze. The house, which is a oiip-story bungalow, located on Denton Avenue, with its contents waa a total loss, although the liremen re- Hjxmded with their usual jiromptness, and especially so in this occasion as the firemen were holding a fair on Atlantic Avenue at the same time. The fire hud gained such headway before it was (liscovered, however, that it was im- jiossible to save the building or any of the furniture, amounting to anything. The loss will exceed fifteen hundred dollars, and it is not known if there is any insurance on the building or con¬ tents. At the titne of the fire no one was at home, hut it is believed that the tire started from an overheated I stove, as Mrs. Johnson|had left her hus- ¦ band's supper on the stove, awaiting ; his return. There was a large attendance ut the sh(xit of the Lynbrook Gun Club which Mon- creaaed from $42..'iOO at its meeting point, the score being Rockvilie Cen- Tueaday night. VVe congratulate tre 19. Phi Alph'a IS and Sargo .A. C. Cashire Wm. S. Hall and as well the IL announced the The Phi f.illowing committees for thejyear 1909- hold'their annual excursion July s. .A other ofiicials of the bank for the ex¬ cellent showing. The finals were: loo yd. dash -Raymond first, time. E.xecutive--Wm. P. Jones, chair¬ man; C. .A. Edwards. J. S. De Mott. Railroad- Austin Adams, chairman, Smith I'earsall, C. H. Fredericks. Membership -Thos. Burleigh, chair- Th« handsome silver c'.>p won by the Freejiort Fire Department at first by a put of 37 ft. 2 in.; Tate sec- Hicksville last year, awarded to the ond. and Lawson third. 10 4-."i; Dempsey second, James third, man; Edmund T. I^heshire, Rev. S. W. 16 lb. shot put — Longnecker, R. C, Roberts. best aopearing department in the an¬ nual parade of the Southern New York Volunteer Firemen's .Association, at¬ tracts considerable attention at the vil¬ lage office on Railroad Ave., where it is on exhibition. t'lnance—WiUiam G. Miller, chair¬ man; R. H. Mayland, A. B. Wallace. Schools - George Wallace, chair¬ man, H. P. Libby, Rev. E. O. T.ree. Assessments—R. H. Kelby, chair¬ man; H. A. Kellum, Chas. J. BetMg. Streets—J. B. Hibbard, chairtRa nan; 220 yd. dash—Lawscn first, time 25 3-5; Cochran second, Donahue third. 440 wjL run - Evans tirst, lime 58i ; Janies^«*nd, C<x;hran third. 880 yd. Run—Hunt, Phi Alpha, first, time 2:19, Evans second aYid Hewlett. Robt. G. Anderson, Stephen P. Pettit. ^AT>r> .^ic T.;;/wiT>. P. A., third. Health—J. D. Kiefer. chairman; CARD OF THANKS Hfgh jump— Rankin first, oft. 5in; Alex. Rhodes. Dr. A. F. Witmer. To our many kind friends we wish Dempsey second and James third. Law—E. N. Edwards, chairman; S. to extend our sincere appreciation of Two mile run—Renison first. 10:51 H. Swezey, Albin N. Johnson, their sympathy and consolation during 3-5; Bede'.l tecond and Donnelly third. Water, Ga« and Electricity—Lewis our great aorrow. i The 4 man team relay race was won T. WelU, chairman; W. A. Armington, Mr. and Mrs. Cha«. P. Seaman. | by Phi Alphas. Rev. Pelham St. Geotge Bissell. on Thur.sday, July s. .A special tram leaving Hempstead at 9 a. m.. going to Rockaway Park, returning at 5.20 p. m. New York Lodge No. 1, Shield of Honor, will hold its first annual picnic and dance in Carman's Grove, TroUey Stop 5."*, Wednesday evening, Juiy 14. 1909. Dancing begins at ¦* p. im. sharp. If stormy, first fair evening. Tickets 25 cents. Wednedsay-^fternoon Rev. and Mr.". John E. Zeiter brought seventeen boys and girls here from the Warren .Street section of Brooklyn. They will be en-! was held on tlu- club grounds tertained for two weeks in various i day morning and afternoon, homes uf members of the M. E. Church. ; At the morning shoot. Valentine The Ejiw.irth League pays their car-' Watts, with a handicap of H, won a leg fare. ' in the contest for the club prije. The — - ! morning scores were as follows: There was a large ¦congregation ini Vult'ntine V/atts, handicap H, total attendance at the M. E.jChurch Sunday i 2''.; .M. A. Kelsey, 0, 19; J. F. Simon- morning when Holy Communion was I son, 1, IH; Henry Roesche, 8, Ki; S. celebrated. There was also infant baptism and Reception of .Member.'^. In the evening the paxtor. Rev. Wil iiam D. Tuckey, preached a j>atri(jtic sermon. The closing exercLses of the Junior Epworth League were held last Friday and a number of the parents were pres¬ ent. The program consisted jiartly of _ _ a review of work which has been done .Martin Fuehrer is having extensive during the term. Ihere were essays improvements made to his projjerty on on prominent Old Testament Bible VALLEY STREAM Hawthorne Avenue. Th« Valley Stream Field Club de¬ feated the Bellmore team at Belimore Sunday by the soort of 11 to 10. characters, recitations, e.xercises, songs, etc. Ice cream and cake was served and the young folks had a live¬ ly social time. The Junior League I will begin work again in September. Isaacs, (J, 15; C. W. Rider, 4, 13, In tlie afternoon shoot Henry Roesche, with a handicap of H, also won a leg in the contest. The after¬ noon scores were as follows: Henry Roesirhe, 8, 20; J. F. Simon¬ son, 0, 17; Valentine Watts, 6. 15; P. Lord. 4, 15; John (J. Abrams, 3 12. In the shoot for the club trophy, this lieing the fourth shoot for the same, Walter E. Johnaon, on the 18 yard mark, jiroved the.winner. The scores ere as follows: V/aP-er K. Johnson, 18 yard mark, ll*; M. A. Kelsey, 16, 1«; J. F. Simon¬ son, 17, 14; Henry Roosche, 16, 14; S. Isaacs. 16, 14; Frank Uriacoll, 16,
|Title||Nassau County Review 19090709|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19090709|
VOL. XIV NO. 37
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, JULY 9, 1909
Official Paper of Nassau County
FREEPORT NEWS Coming Events
July it —.Stra'vvlitrry fe.stival, I're.sby teria.'i Ohapel.
July ?>—Law.i Fete, .Mystic Hebekah Lofige, i.'orner Chur'-h .St. and Merrick Road.
Wednesday, .July 14, annual picnic of the M. E. .Sunday .School at Long Beach.
July 14 Episcopal Sunday S'.'hool ex':ur.sio!i to High Hill IJeach.
July 21—Picnic of ['resbyterian Sunday School to High Hill Beach.
Siiiple cnpics (it the Kevif'W can bo ticcnri'il at H. (rdlict/.'s and the Review office on .Main St. and DaSilva's on W. Merrii'k Komi.
The annual picnic of the M. E. Sun- <]hv S'.'h(.iiil will occur Wednesriav. Julv 14*
7 Elvin N. Edward.s . is able to be around after being eonfiiied to hitf home by serious illness.
Several hundred people witne.sseil thje face.s at the South Shore Yacht