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Nassau County Review FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1916 Vol. XX, No. 50 Freeport Sltmlta-vmpiemot Ihr R«iH«w for nale at ^••u'tand Braithwmit*'*, Railruwl Avvnu« miiH'a. Nwraii OiuBty K^-vi^w. DiuHilva GofaMn'i. M.in UtTM*: .Sidney Sinilh a. Il»«n.;k Rc»d. School Notes I Hupils who have been perfect in at repn-! tvndance (neither tardy nor ah^vnt) "lind ^^^ ba'e had abovt- 90 for effort and Wnt an average above 86 in schoul work, ; lor the month of' November lillli: News of the Churches Social and Personal Merrick Bellmore Roosevelt HIGHWATKK TlUt lABLfc (Official &Kgreh tor Sandy Hook) t>idny Dec Saturday, Sunday Monday, lucadaiy, W«dii««da>. Thuratiuv, Fridav Satwrl'ny, l.'i IB 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 11:22 a. 12:05 p. 12:54 p. 1 :47 p. 2;47 1. 3:6u p. 4:6n p. 5:49 p. 6:15 p. m. ' m. ! in. 1 m. 1 m. 1 IT. ! m. 1 ni. i m. 1 A boy's bicycle waa stolen from the 'iiMhlame of Mrs. A. L. Clark Monday 'CMeniitK. The leKular report of the Freeport Bank, publiiihed in this issue, indi¬ cates the cnntinaed growth and pros¬ perity of this glowing insitution, un¬ der efficient management. GROVE STUKET SCHOOL IB Grade-RoUnd Combes Frank Ritchie. IA Grade—PrarK-is K<iley, John fur long, Evelyn Ciolden, liiorothy Hitch cock, Edna Schindler.' Kindergarten —Arthur Grant, Wil¬ liam McGuire. 2B Grade —Irene Florian, Arthur Foley. 8B Grade -Eleanore Mc'Juire, Shir¬ ley Fullon, Helen Goald, Hermus Ver- I beck, Cbarltun Wood, ("harles (Connor. I 4B Grade—Jack Chvo. Kthel Geller, Samuel laratJ, (.'liarlfn Nilen, Helen I'eroni, Claude RBynur, William Hob crtHon, Marguerite Schneider. j 5B Grade Margaret (lOuld. I 6B Grade -Grace Crews, VirginiH I Starr, filoise .Sofiiner, Ida Taylor, Mar- I ion Wallace, Roscoe Keegan, .John i Gra«e. *:x in the churcbei ,.ii et>ur,:k ,>>C4«U» CHRISTIAN SCIE.NCK First Church of Christ. Scientist. Services SunJay niorni.'n; a'. 11 o'dick, Fullon and Frankl.ii Strjits. Hrm; - atead; subject ne^t Sunday. Decem¬ ber 17, "Is tbe Universe, including Man, Evolved by Atomic Force?" I'f llrrtu Conc4'ming RcsidenU of Oui munity, and Their Gii««ta. VUiu and Social Affain Bedell. — Born December 2, to.."o9epb and Bessie Murray Bedell, a daughter, Marjorie Lillian. Nygren. —Astrid Nygren, a graduate of the Freepurt High School, and now a senior at Emerpon College of Ora¬ tory, r.'sently plwyed the haughty role IniMolumn is .liu*^ l.y Hev W. H. Liticbramit aii'f alt items shouUi bc sent tu him to insure in- M-rtior. Mnder this headini;. A carol service is being arranged for Christmas Eve at the chtech. ChriFtmas Eve being Sunday nigbt, there probably will be a larger num¬ ber than asual at the evening service to inaugurate the great Christmas fes¬ tival with the old custom of carol sing- '¦ ing. The carols are very easily sung ' »r«nk Roberts IS our repr«enU(j>em Bellmore Krank S. SnekeWer. Jr.. our autli<:rii.-d wvrm- I «nd vicinity. All order, and new. left with him ,e„tative. is in this villajw ever> Tueaday. and wUlr«ceive the same careful att-mion as at our ,HI1 be pleased to receive special items, or mak« appointxiient.s for calling for !»am*. office. CATHOLIC Ttie lime for the Mii^ee? is ?* :iHi and 10:30 a. ni. of Mrs. Fenton in Anthony Hope's j ^y the congregation almost on sight. [in Sunday HEBREW CONCRECiATlON On Tuesday evening. December iL clever comedy, "The Adventure of Lady Hrfiula," lAhich waa presented at the nuntin>;t;)n CbBmber* Theatre un¬ der the direction of .Miss Mildfed Southwick. Cbristmas Day will see a full service at the church with Holy Communion at 7 80 and 10.00 A. M. ; The Christmas exercises of the Bell- : more Public School will be beld in Firemen's Hall on Friday evening of next week. These exercises of the school children are an annual event which attract a large portion of the village people and this year will un¬ doubtedly be no exception to the rule. The teachers have prepared ao intnr- estint; program, o'clock. which will jtart at 8 ' be enjoyed. Sinsrle copies of the Na.sAau County Ke\iew for sale at Mrs. S. Nathan's .Store. Nassau Road. Co. H, Second Signal Corps, United Boy's Brigade, will hold a vaudeville entertainment, with professional taU ent, at the Board of Trade Hall, Wed¬ nesday evening, December 20. Foi- owing the entertainment dancing will Sunny The change of ad*, for th Slope Farm did not reach us before i Wcnner, ueorge Single the adv. wan iiriiited on oor first pages | 7li Crade—Prances Connor this week. Tbe adv. with the revised Lacy, Harold Ashdown. pricts is printed on a later page, sbow ing reduction in th» price of corn. the Hebrew ladies of Freeport and li- Eldridge. —Ihi' Lunch Club was en- cinity met at the hom»- ot .Mrs. Hyman tertained hy Misa Edna Eldridge at Schlouii, South Main .-^creet, for the her home. West Merrick Road, on purp(i?e of organizing a ludies society Tuesday atternoon. After luncheon and help furthering the ooji;ct of the Bridge wv p'ayed and the prize was rc-cently organized congrHgatiun, aUu won by Mr.i. J. -A. Sutphin. to promote friendly relations iimong - themselves. Dekruijlf. —Then. E. DeKruijir and A temporary set of otfijers was family of 97 Le.\inglon Averue, have 6A Grade-Te8r|ie I.-rael, Margaret elected and those attending expressed gone to New York City fur the Win- . o i_ great satisfaction and eiithus'iaam over' ler. Annette the projects and aspuraiu-e of future - pupport. SEAMAN AVENUE SCIIOOL IB (Jrade--France:! Doerflingt Tresa LaTerza, Harry Enstinaii, sell Edwards. 2B Grade — Mae (,'uniiini;lmtii, aid I'eck, Gladys Ward. ;ili Grade-Louis Doerflinger, sbuU Worrall, Florence Golden, til^,Jbath,hot'w'ater heat ond :J<"'''" ""t'ield, Dorothy Marlow, Doti.-. imdrovemeiilB. ' !^'n''l'- Mary Bentley, >irace Lawrence H. Wright of North Orean Avi;nue has commenced the erection of a new residence corner Lexington and Brookside Avenue. The hroae has a frontage of 4:i Ifi^t, including i r ijccl ionn, and will contain 9 room! • 11 the iHti'st modern George W. Kifynold:! has the contracl for the building. Kua- Ron- Mar- Mar- lb Grade Earl. .Mrtrian f:8rl, Mart>aret Kox, Fred "' '' "• ""• HortclK Lizzie Pirodsky, Jay Stewart, Lenker Held for : I"'" \;".'/'"' J^^-nette Van Brink, Mar- -, , , jone Wilson, .lames Woolaey. Urand Jury; sti, Grade- llarry Levy, Charle.i The hearing of the caae of Charlp.i ' Livingstone, William Ward, Madeline Lenker, charged with violation of the Hi'vurd, Mildred Mulinken ¦ection of the penal cole referring to Sutherland. ,¦ insult to the tlag, on deposition of 6H Grade —Laura Ault, Thomas Frank Reynolds wiih held he lluhert, Averell Marlow, fore .ludge Klint in the Police Court C^uirk, Marie Vreeland. Tuesday Hitei noon. ReynoIdH w as rep- ¦; th Grnde--Bertram Mrainen, Her- resented by tlounoelur Eclwi.rds and ' byt Holiti, D"Witt V<ard, Roslyn Fel- Lenlter by Counsielor Clock. ' tfn^tein, Cibl'.« BrHyton, Helen Ault, BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. William Breckenridge, psstor, will preach at iiuth svrvices on Sun¬ day ; 11 a. IT!. subj.i:t, "GoH'ii ''om- fort and t'onjolation fir His Peopl.';" 7 :;iO a. m , "¦Cod's Univir:)«l Otler of SHlvation; In It Rt^ally t'f<v .-Ml nm; Who Will He Savel?" li at O:-!.") a. in. We have all. Mid-week service!' nir Thursday Elweil.-Doris May, weighing 12* i lb;-'., has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Elwell, at Las i Vegas, Nevada. Mr. Elwell was ! Merrick has been sad at the death of its citizens before but never more so than in the loss of Hamilton R. Fairfax whose death occurred last Thursday at his residence here on .Merrick Road and Merrick Ave. witb funeral serviees on Monday morning in Grace Church, New York, and bur¬ ial in Greenwood. Mr. Fairfax loved Merrick and Merrick loved Mr. P'air- fax. The expressions of sorrow throughout the village when the news travelled fast of his passing were most sincere as here ami there was recalled The Jolly Six wil! hold a dance in Firemen's Hall on Saturday evening, hebruarv S. some act of graciouanesB characteristic or Oak Street, cl' the timri, Mr, Fairfax passed in the villagt- umong all who knew him as the highest type of Christian gen- Word wns received in tbis village Monday night of the death of Miaa Place, a former resident of Nassau Road. .Mies Place was very active in the work of St. F'aul's .Mission, having The Board of Election Inspectors of charge of the Junior Guild until her this district will meet at Hempstead removal laat Summer to t'opaigue. on Tuesday of next week with those of She haa been ill for severa! months, twenty other districts in the town to the last part of the time being con- canvass the soldier vote. The local lined to her bed. inspectors have only one vote to count, that of John H. Melvin, who is on the Mrs. Phillip Trumpfelier. Mra. Mexican border with Uni'le Sam's Charles Epple and Albert Lmertz, a boys. . bother of .Mrs. Trumpfelier, motored to NeA' York whore 'hey met a party Fred W. Place and family, formerly of friend.s and atti^ndeda dinner party. formerly Long Island Railroad agent, ^ -;„;-;,;-—,--•;:;,-„, „- -- Sei;:;:;d.-'o;:^?e^'"*^ ^"^"--^ r^-a^j^^^ i-'r^ :^^r -^'-ii-.i--^ have moved ti new hnme on St. .Mark's Avenue The HiinuB meeting of Advance and Engine Company ' hall on Monday even¬ ing of thia week and the following olli- their after whiih all atieiiiltd thr' perform ance of "lien liur" at Ire .Mfinhattan Opera Hous*". i The Young People's Club of St. Paul's Episcopal Churoh held ita regu¬ lar montiily meeting last Friday even- A ball will be held in Brooklyn Hall ble Schr .1 on Saturday evening, December lii, at : lasses ior 7:3o o'clock. Joe Sorro i.s president and treaflu>'er for this dance. Prizes will be given to the best lady and gen leiiian dancers. .Adelaide Counselor Clock retjut sti'd that all but the testifving witness be kepi from the court room during th« exHm ination, mid the juiJ^^' so ruled. ,Mr. Reynolds wn-.i the lirst witness called, and testified that while in the Marine Hotel on iVlaiii Street on Ihe evening of November 11, he beard Lenker say : "The Aniericnii llu;', in a dirty rug and I v.ould not wipi' my hands on il." Upon cros.i exiimioMtioi hy Counselor Clock he s-aid he had possibly six or seven drinks chut evening, positively n9t over 7, but he was not drunk. He was followed by Alphonsus Gate- ly. who testilii'd similarly and added that lie lind Lrnker had had a scrap in the liaToom during which Lenker knocked hiin over against a window and he had knocked Lenker down; that | ¦when Lenker made the remark he I called him a name which would not, LCTHEHAN Next Sunday, December 17, the ser¬ vices will be held in this church at the usual time, namely Ul :3o a. in. and V :45 p. m., with Stiiidrty School at 2:30 p. m. and Lutber LeaKUe at 7:ii(i Florence !'• "i- Margaret ''" ^he j'nilowing Su;iday the morn¬ ing service will he held Mt thf usual hour. 10:,'iU o'clock, the .Suudsy School will meet at 2:0(1 o'clock and in plaice of the evening service the annual Sun diiy School Christmas ser/ice with gongs and recitations by the children and distribution ef gifts will be held, beginning at 6:30 o'clocK. On Christmas Dav, Monday, Decem¬ ber 2."), one fervice will be held in thia church at 10 ;00 o'clock in the morn¬ ing. We extend a cordial welcome to all. lork good in print, following which Lenktr jumped into him. ; beth Miller, Helen i.aynor, Afler the hearing Lenker was held j iJutherland, John Halpin for the Grand Jury, and waa released in $100 bail. Irene Pont «B Grade--l)or:)thy Cliirk, Helen (Jonklin, Gracp Pout, -Olive Post, Mil- (Ind VViirr' n, Francis (lilbi'rt, Albert Suthirliiiid, Kenneth Vought. ARCHER STREET Kiodergarten - Jenna Combs, Mar¬ jorie Downing, Anna Hiirin, Edward V/ulf. Hi Grade--Leo Halpin, Charles Kaara, Howard Muller, Marie Sig¬ mond. IA (Irade—Kenneth Combs, Maurice ' church on Friday evening, Maroney, Louise Holland, Ethel Koch. 22, beginning at « o'clock sharp. The 2B Grade—Eloise Boiler, Dorothy entertainment by the children promises Carman, Edna Farren, Madelun Gerns- some especially interesting features, back, Loretta Johnson, Hortense j after which presents will be distribut- Scbless, AuKUsta Stratton, George ed to the school. All members of the Mitthauer. William Stratton. church and congregation are urjied to 2A Grade Izzy Goldstein, Marion be present. Combs, Grace Andrews .Members of the Home Department ;)B Grade- -Goldie Glaaeman, Eliza- together with the mothers and ^sabiea Francis of the Cradle Roll v.ill be entertained Miss Helen Bornscheur is substitut¬ ing in the oflice of Clinton M. Flint during the absence of Miss Southard, who is on her vacation. Babcock. —Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bab- cock of Frteport are registered at the Hotel .NTiv;irrt', New York City." Smith. — Harold Smith of Archer ."Street has been ill for several days vvith (|uin9y sore throat, but ia slowly improving. Coming Events Wednesday evening, December 20, birthday social. Woman's Relief Corps. WHS a distinct charm about the simpli citfV of his personality combined with cers were elected for the coming year: ' ing at the home of the Misses Elsie, a firmness of character which made John .1. Lowiey, foreman; Anders.in Milla and Selnia lliin?eii. The next his presence a real blessing to the Bloomer, first assistant; Harry 0. r<'i;ulur meetitiK svill he ht Id at the community. It will be a long time Jenner. second assistant: W'illiam bome of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Searby, ('en- Brown, third assistant; John Hodg- tennial Avenue, ami will be a combined son, recording secretary; L. W. Rich social and bu.siness iiieeting. It will arijs, financial secretary; Charles W. be held the lirst Friday in 'January, Smith, treasurer; William l.ighlfoot, the fith. before we sliiiU heil bis Ukn ajiain. Services at tbe Church of the Re¬ deemer Sonday, Third in Advent, at 11 A. M. and 8 o'clock P. M. Morn¬ ing Prayer and sermon. Evening Prayer and sermon. The Church School meeta in the Parish House each Sunday al 10.00 A. M. The Woman's Auxiliary meets weekly throughout Ihe winter on Thursdays at 2.30 P. M. tea at 4.30. Ibe G. F. S. meets on Fridays bi-weekly at 7.30 P. M.-first aid work. The Boy Scouts meet week- at their f ly on Tuesdays at 7.30 P. M. Choir liractice is held Thursdays at 8.00 P. M. A cordial invitation is extended to all to attend the services of tbia church and to become identified witb ia community interests. trustee; llatlield Smith, srrgeunt-at arms. ArrHngenunts were made to hold an old fashioned dance on Satur¬ day evening, .ihnuary 27. The dances in vogue fifteen yeara ago will pre¬ dominate on tliid night, sucb as lan- ciirs, quadrilles, etc. Thia will alford tb.' older "boys and girls" an oppor tunity to thoroughly enjoy themselves rites of former days I Ieorge Baldw ill, who was injured by an automobile on the Merrick Road abnut three weeks ago, haa recovered aui'ijientiy to again be (it work. PRESBYTERIAN Tbe Christmaa celebration of tbe Sunday School will beheld in the Sending Christmas Mail Postmaster T. Benson Smith desires the CO operation of the patrons of the Postoffice in prepnring and mailing their Christmaa parcels and in thia n„. -.1 connection would emphasize that the Uecember ^ , i t .,_ r ,, ¦ careful observance of the following simple conditions by mailers ia of tbe, utmost importance in accomplilshing the end desired : Prepay poatage fully on,all parcels. Address parcels fully and plainly. I'lace name and addrets of sender on all mail matter. Pack articles carefully and wrap them securely, but do not seal them, , As he was proceeding east in Ins Ford on Merrick Road near Rockville ('entre on Saturday night last, Herbert Muller ran off the aaiihalt at a sha'-p declivity and, in endeavor ing to get bis car back, skidded and over turned. Mr. Muller fortunately was not hurt beyond the shaking up and a bruiaeil eye. A passerby iirougbt him to Mer¬ rick and the car was left by the road¬ side overturned anl judged uniible to (iroceed. Sunday morning Mr. .Muller went to care for tbe machine and found that during the nigbt all the tires, the apare, the tubea, and tbe tools had Owing to a lack of co operation and as^ istance wl.i'h the committee had expected to receive from various sources, it has li en deemed advisable to abandon the idea of holding tbe coMmunitv (.'brihtmas tret which was pli nned by tbe Bellmore Board of Trade. Tbecomiritt e was very re-' lut "ant to come tc this conclusion, as tbl y had made arrhnt^eiiinnts for sev¬ er: I hundred nreaents and bad received a T'jmber ot cash donations for the pri ject, and, hoped for a real evening of pleasure for themselves and the children of the village. Tbe Royal Tin ati c i.< Hjjiiir.g a ser¬ ial picluie » very Ti,urod.,j, matinee and evening entitled "The ('rimson Stain Mystery." The third episode will be shown next week, December 21. also .Mutual Weekly and a comedy reel. Vuiig Tilig Fang, a ("hiiiesc preaidl er, is expected t<i talk at the moining and Sunday School services of tne Roosevelt M. K. Church on Sunday of this week. A moveiiii'iit is 111 prog', -s to i.rj; in- ize a Young Men's Chrisinio .Associa¬ tion in this village. I lis ought to tiuet with the hearty .-inipi.rt of every re-iilent and it will allurd aii opport.n- ity for our coming m>'n to develop along linea of (irefe.ned usefiiliins Mr;r" dctMili •ril! !'•.¦ !iii:inim;:i'd m xt week. The Soldier Vote Of the 68 residents of Nassau ('oun¬ ty, soldiers on duty at the Mexican border, who cast their votes in the re cent election, four were from tbis vil¬ lage, eml unijer the law tbe Inspectors of Election in the districts in which such soldiers have their residences must meet on December 19, at 10 a. m. to canvass such vote. In four of the election districts of Freeport the Beards of Election muet meet for that purfiose, to canvass the following votes: Sixth District—Howard Smith, Co. 1, 23rd Regiment. Seventh—Dr. Thomas H. Evans, Co. 1, 2,Srd Regiment. Tenth—Gilbert S. Thompaon, Co. F, 23rd Regiment. Eleventh—Howard R Troop C, Ist Cavalry. IL\ Grade -Katherine Boiler, Dor- thea Gallaher, Frank McCann, Henry Milo, Loraine Mix, Helen Weyant. 4B Grade—Seaman Golder. William Huti, Paul Renke, Reta Southard. Lucie Watkins. 4A Grade—Evelyn Dunbar, Char¬ lotte Halpin, Ebba Johnson. 5B Grade —George Kranze, Caro'ine Muller, Catherine Sutherland. 6B Grade—^James Asch, Barrington Carman, John Forbes, Ruth Gueat, Mary Halpin, Edith King, roney, Frances Schilfer Smith, Henry Sutherland. 7B Grade—Robert Brown, Ruth Bowers, Margrethe Graser, Gertrude Thoms. 8B Grade —Wilbur Hasenbein, Kuth Kranz. Margaret Muller. in the church on Saturday afternoon, December 23, at 3 p. m. Sunday morning tht subject of Rev. ,1. Sidney Gould's sermon will be "The Spirit ofthe Coming Revival." In the evening the theme will be "Una¬ fraid of An Entbuaiasm." Men's iVleeting Postponed iGrundi Owing to the fact that Dr. George J. Fisher of the Y. M. C. A. and of the Military Training Commission of New York has been unexpectedly called to the West, the meeting which was to have been held at the Rockville Cen¬ tre Theatre on December 17, baa been postponed until Sunday, January 21, 'the only open date on the speaker's •cbedule. The Men's Meeting Com¬ mittee felt quite certain that the men of our communities were so onxious to hear Dr. Fisher ngain. that they were 2B Grade- Cornell. 2A Grade- Crummel. 3B Grade- Cheney. 3A Grade- McAvov. 4B Grade- Ellen Carnie, Madeline ¦Frederick Helm, Ethel -Charles Berquiat, Julia Mai marked mas." ' Insure valuable parcels. night last defeated tbe Hand-in Hand Written inscriptions such as "Merry League by a score of 20 17. The girl.s '"® large Christmas," "Happy New Year,", were evenly malcbtd and it was an in- choruB choir will sing at both services. --'With Best Wishes'"' and numbers, ! teresting game throughout. The regular monthly meeting of the namea or letters for purpose of de- Ladies' Improvement Society will be , scription, are permissable additions to held at the bome of the president, Mrs. i parcels post mail. Fred E. 5'tory, 171 West Merrick ; Books may bear simple dedicatory Edna Mo- i ^°'"'' "^"^ Wednesday af t.'rnoon. De-; inscriptions not of a peraonal nature. Elizabeth "™^®''^*'' "'^'^^ °''^''"^''- ¦A ^o" "'• [Other written additions subject par- tendance is deaired. eels to letter postage. Communications prepaid at first- METHODIST class rate may be aent with parcels Last Sunday Dr. Curtice, in begin-1 prepaid lit fouithclasB rate, provided ning his series of Advent sermons, j they are placed in envelopes securely j School boys have made bold tochal- attached to outaide of parcels. i i^nge the Men's Club to a game of bas¬ ketball at a near date. Tbe Men's Weekly Weather Report I ^'"'''*"* "<"''*''" piayir.g this ^_ , .... ' Kill ufkila fkot/ b-rt/1 (For our reader.<t in other localities) Friday, December 8, clear, overcast at night. Saturday, overcaat in a. m.,^rain in p. m. ; cleared oflf around 10 p. m. Sunday, clear, cool. Monday, clear, thermom. down to 20j anow in p. m., turning to rain, rain all night. Tuesday, rain till noon, turned ^^t. Paul's Episcopal Church R-'V.- .'\delbert J. Smith, deacon in char,;,-. Morning prayer bnd sermon Sum ay morning ut 10:00 o'clock. Sunoay School at 11:30. On Weilnesdny . v. n ing the regular mid week evenng prayer service will be held, followed liy a short choir rehearsal. The cnn lirmati:n clasa met last W'ediiesi My afternoon at -1 p. in. At this tinn to moet Ihe oesir s of tbe niembers of tho class the day Aas rli,< ^id until Saturday afternoon at tlie tume time in a game of basket gri duates of that achool was lail on The Altar (iuMd met last .Monday ¦ v- at the Parish House on Friday ,ht, tgbla indefinitely. Frank L. Hack ening at the home nf Mre. F. Munf.e. WB 4 chairman of tbl! nieeti.ig and it At the meeting of the Ladiea' Guild refl'jired only tive minutea to reach the live new members were added to iha been stolen. .'vt the special school meeting held The monthly meeting of tbe Merrick in Jniitbville South school houae on as sealed parcels are subject to post-; Civic League Inc. will be beld tonight, W< dneada', evniing of thi.4 week ac- age at the letter rate. . , I F'riday, at 8.30 in the Pari.sh House. ' tio i op thi pronuition lo furnish fa- parcels early; they may bei „ '. cilitiea for advan;:ed education of the "Do not open uatil Christ-j The 0. F. S. in a game of basket apoke on "The Greatness of Jesus cot IIMRII*? AVPMIIF SPHOni man'^est by His influence and by His COLUMBUS AVENUE SCHOOL relations with His own land and peo- IB Grade Pietrina Capello, Camille pie and all lands and peoples. j Duda, Elizabeth Moore, Mildred Noble, \ The coming Sunday, continuing the Akiridge, I Robert Ashmead. same general theme, the sermon of ! IA Grade—Dorothy GreriTple, Fran ; the morning wiil be upon "The Great- cea Miglino, Mary Stevenson, Joaeph neee of Jesus aa Manifest in Hia Sim- Roberl Dewar waa operated upon at theSeney Hoapital, Brookiyn, on Tues¬ day of this week for intestirral trouble and removal of tbe appendix. Mr. I Dewar haa been a sufferer a long time. I At last reports the patient waa doing ' well and appears to have every chance for a good recovery. The Boy Scouts and the Sunday year but while they know the activity of ' youth, have decided to rise td the chal- ; lenge and match age's wisdom against youth's physical alertness. del ,sion. The vote was unanimous PI inning for Commu¬ nity Christmas Tree The regular meeting of the Neigh¬ borhood Workers waa held at the home of tbe president, Mrs. F'red Story, on Monday, December (i. This heing the laat meeting of the association before the holiday, arrangement* and plans for (Christmas were discussed. Last year Freeport had its first com¬ munity Christmas tree. It brought good cheer to many children and grown folks wbo could nol have a iree in their homes. The president appointed a committee to aee the Villag.. Board <=^''JK*' «'¦»': Chief William F. Pear roll. All are most cordially invited to attend the meetings of ihc • i.urch Mid its societies. The date of the annual iiiabquerHde and civic ball of the Roosevelt Fire Department bas been announced aa Saturday, December ;iO, to be held in tbn Alpha Fire Hall, Stop (li;. This has been an annual tixtuti- for New Year's Eve, but as that falla on Sun¬ day thia year, the dance has been net abead one day. Three prizes will be awarded to the ladies and three to the gentlemen for the moat fancy, comic and original coatumea. Munic by Mole's orchestra. The committee in plicity." The evening aermon deal witb 'His Hold on Truth." Successful Fair will The fair of the societiea of the Epis copal Church laat week, Thursday, snow, snowed hard for one hour Edward Baker, Margaret Friday and Saturday, waa a success tdeared oflf cold, with heavy wind. financially, as well as a pleasing social Wednesday, clear, cold; snowed ti -Charles Epple, Isidore event, with a good attendance each cover ground early in evening. Frances Rosen, Andrew Wataun, Kropp, Grace Moure. 4A Grade—Thelma Cornell, Marion DeMott, Ida Folk. Helen Oakley, Cath- ?t,nvinced that it would be more ^c-1 «""« P^'*V'''\'^'"i!^'"^,'u^*'**'''^-?u- ceptabfe to postpone the meeting than ! ^B Grade-Anthony Lhuisano, Thorn to substitute another apeaker. night. The Voting contests attracted - considerable attention, especially for a cane for the most popular man, which was finally won by Henry E. Rider with over .'itiOO votes; Miss Nell Thursday, clear, cold. School Closes for Christmas Vacation Golding's Bill Settled The claim of former Village Treaa- Hawkins vion a pair of opera glasses urer John E. Golding, for compensa- as Detwiler, Esther Berquiat, Margaret i'"» similar contest for the ladies; tion as Village Treasurer several years Brown, Marion Buryea. ) Florence Van Ness a doll for the most; ago, particulars of which have been fiA Grade—Lamont Carman, Wi liamay Evans Obituary DOROTHEA HEMING Mrs. Dorothea S. Heming died I)e- : cember 7, in her "Sth year at her ty I home, «y Raynor Street, of general debility. She is survived by ber hus¬ band, George H., and four sons. James, Arthur, William E. and Samoe her sister, Fanny C. MacCary. eral services were held Sunday after¬ noon, December 10, at her late resi¬ dence. Rev. H. R. Scott ofliciating; interment in Greenfield Cemetery. Je.sae Rhodes, Charles Milhi . Char'es Epple Edward Schmidt, John J. Baaton, Vincent Solmo, H. M. StrausH, Fred Zeimer, J. ,1. Tuers and EcKvard Morawetz. 6B Grade—Inabelle Detwiler, Gene- boy. LOTTA ESTELLA AVELING Lotta Estella Aveling. age ."iOyears, died Monday at her home at Smith- popular girl and Edward Spenee a ' printed before, haa been settled for i''i"''South. She is survived by her The children were taught along vari- Theodore Paschetti, Alfred Haff. War pair of skates for tho most popular $750. tbe B*lary at that time fixed by I *'"*''¦"''¦ Charlos E. Funeral servicea ous lines that would help to start tbem f*^" Swaine, Mpbel Bickel. Rebecca in regard to having a Christmas tree this year. The red stockings are now being dis tributed. The Sunday Schools are very kindly helping to hil them. Anyone desiring to till a red atocking can se¬ cure one at the Neighborhood Work era' office, 39 Railroad Avenue. Thoae interested in the work of the village are invited to attend tbe meet- also injjs held at tbe home of Mrs. Fred Fun- Story. Weat .Mernck Road. Now that Winter is upon ua again it has been advisable to supply all the KUa Ludwig. schools with malted milk, so tbat the Srd, Miss Finger -Arthur Hubbard, poorly nourished children^can be fed. William Wright, Mary Kazanowsky. And we hope in this way to give '^"''' Misa Phillips —Evelyn Wotid, them a belter foundation to work on. Anfcel Valentine, Anna Bauer, Dorothy Lasl year many of our capable wo- Kalb, Freida Zimmerman, Henry Kalb. men organized the Saturday classes. „'''• -"^is* '^'etchum —Harry Bauer SCHOOL NOTES ILmor Roll for November: Oth, Miss Conley -Sarah Underhill, Florence Koeler. .'ird, ,Mis9 Kilham-Charles Muel- le, Harold Hubbard, Christian Voll¬ mer, John Umbreit, Albert Kohler, tbe Board, «ith interest. Tlbe Freeport schools will close for I ^ieve Walmsley, Pasqoale Chuisano 'the Christmas vacation next Friday, (December 22, at 2:80, and remain closed till Tuesday morning, Januaty S. 1917. '^•Go to Kegel's for fori." AdTartlaaOMnt Try jny special box of cut flowers, 76e for tha WMlcend. C. R. Ankers, Boriat. Rockville Centre, L. I.; tele- pbc«« coonectioD; delivery anywhere. Batlbeariag roller skates for boys, 11.50; girls, 11.75; jovenile bicycles from $15 up: tires from 11.60 up; look ovor Sidney Smith's stock ; lota cf <:boice, and satisfaction guaranteed. Advert! t«nMBt Sidney Smith. lf«rrick Road, baa a tarn Wbita eewiaz oaacbin«a;be Isaac- lifielng tbaiD at cost prie« a« be needa .(be roois; $6^ model tot ISO. 6A Grade —Ruth Ackerman, Lizzie [Jones, Mildred Thorne. 78 Grade- Ida Baker. Russell Cre- '• voiserat. "Go to Kegel's for furs. " Advartla^nsMii * Settling up time is drawing near, i and !if you wish to collect your billa h for 1916, get your billheads printed, now. We have in stock ditferent sisee ' and shapes of billheads and atate- j ments. Our commercial printing ia; neat and in accordance with the pre-. vailing styles. Nassaa County Re I view. Review Building, Freeport, • N. Y. Advertlaemaftt. \ Claaaified advertiaing is useful to tbose who utiliae it. like any other service utility. If you never nsade uee of the atreet cere «ea aicht tfoakt their oaefulnMa. I will be held today at Boston. Mass. MARGARET J. MAXWELL Margaret J. Maxwell, of 66 Grand Avenue, aged 02 years, died Friday, December 8. The body wag shipped hood'w Sunday morning The Reverend J. Sidney Gould will preach in the Presbyterian Church on The Spirit of the Great Revival that is Coming. I to Toronto, Canada, for burial. Mrs : Maxwell is aurvived by one sun and I two daughters, . , I Boy good coal at tbe right price. Freeport Coal Co., 19 S. Main St., Tel. 1389. j Advartlaemeot i "Go to Kegel'a for fors." ' AdvartlMmeat \ Your ad will bave "news interest" if it carries a timely measage. If you '. advertise for help, your ad means news I to workers, if to rent, your •II wbo are considering the qoestion | of a new place to live. If yoo arc A i capable woiker, looking for a new po-' eition. your ad will bave real news in-' terest for manv bosineee men. Burd, Esther "Pirkola, Lillian Reed. Norman Swift, Evelyn Stohbs, Kate Weismantle, Emma Zierman. Isl;, Mins Stiles- -Charles Christen¬ sen, Violet Swan. on. The pupils receiving IOO per cent, in the monthly test last week are as follows: 8i-d Grade, Miss Kilham- English. Clara Busch. Arithmetic, Clara flusch. John Buckley, Albert Kohler. Charles Freeport Club Weismantel, Elise Lodwig. John Um- Christmas Dance b'uJcV ^'''"*"''" "''""" ^"" ^^'"* The Cbriatmas dance of the Freeport | 2nd Grade, Mrs. Bentley- Arithme- Clob will be beld this year on Friday j tic, Peter Maraback, VJncentina Agip- ovening, December 29, amj will be an! ilo, Alex. Lobel. elaborate atfair, as usual. Tbe pat- ¦ In tbe 7th and 8tb contest in spell ronesaes are Mesdames Bertha Knobel, I ing, Helene Mahoney waa Orat with on a better road than their home en¬ vironment alTorded them. These class¬ es will re-open January H, 11117. After the meeting adjourned Mrs. Story gave (he ladies of tbe Neighbor orkers a very pleasant burprise in the form of a Cnristmas fiarty. A pleasing collation was served and each lady recetv(-d a snowball from tbe Cbristmas tree of the hostess. ry;''uidver;rsr;;:;;rTyVS:rS*rt •'"'"' ^- ^"^^ .ndRutbL,t^ second, ad carries news,aloe for, ^"»'*'•"¦'*• In the 7th. arith Go to Kegel's for fore. metic contest, Hel- was firat witb Foster ene Haboney Kobin second. Mrs. Randall's 4tb Grede class <io....K^» .>..„i. J .. . ^ceived the altendnooe banner for i>omebody maybe advertiaing to you : «».i, io todeys claaaiBed. ! A«Tsrtlsssaint ' (Continoed on page 6)
|Title||Nassau County Review 19161215|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19161215|
Nassau County Review
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1916
Vol. XX, No. 50
Sltmlta-vmpiemot Ihr R«iH«w for nale at ^••u'tand Braithwmit*'*, Railruwl Avvnu« miiH'a. Nwraii OiuBty K^-vi^w. DiuHilva GofaMn'i. M.in UtTM*: .Sidney Sinilh a. Il»«n.;k Rc»d.
I Hupils who have been perfect in at repn-! tvndance (neither tardy nor ah^vnt) "lind ^^^ ba'e had abovt- 90 for effort and Wnt an average above 86 in schoul work,
; lor the month of' November lillli:
News of the Churches Social and Personal
HIGHWATKK TlUt lABLfc (Official &Kgreh tor Sandy Hook)
1 :47 p.
A boy's bicycle waa stolen from the 'iiMhlame of Mrs. A. L. Clark Monday 'CMeniitK.
The leKular report of the Freeport Bank, publiiihed in this issue, indi¬ cates the cnntinaed growth and pros¬ perity of this glowing insitution, un¬ der efficient management.
GROVE STUKET SCHOOL IB Grade-RoUnd Combes Frank Ritchie.
IA Grade—PrarK-is K