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THB iTASSAF FOOT. ntBEFOVT, It. n FRTDAT. MAT U, 1917
News From Eastern Nassau County
Tbe altendance banner for week ending .May 4 goes to .Miss Finger's srade.
Thi: per cents obtained by tbe Roosevelt pupils In the spelling con¬ test at Freeport on Monday are as follows: Goidon Lucey, 100 per cent; Blmon Nathan <6th grade), !>8 per cent; Helen .Mahoney, 97 per cent; Franbes Dixon, 96 per cent. Gordon Lucey will represent Roosevelt school in the county spelling match to be announced later..
.Mr. C. J. Greenleaf, patriotic in¬ atructor of Nassau County will lec¬ ture in the audltoriirtn of new school on tbe evening of .May ."il. at 8 p. m. Subject, "Patriotic, Why?" Kvery¬ one is cordially Invited to attend.
I^eaders for month in 7tb Grade mental work: William Ixieber, Foster Kobin. Leaders in Tth and 8lb spell¬ ing: Kthel Smith, lirst: I,ila Valen¬ tine and Anna Montrose, second.
Leaders for April In spelling ancl arltbmelii- for 6lh giarte, Simon .Na¬ than.
I.,eaders in the 4th contest spelling, Irene Walker, Ruth Pohlman.
The pupils receiving one hundred per cent in any subject in the April examinations are as follows:
Sth, spelling -Gordon Lucey, Helen Mahoney, Grace Melnon. Florence Gombert.
5th, spelling Kdward Alcksiak, Si¬ mon Nathan. Aiitliftietic Sarah rn¬ derhill, Harry Walker.
A number of people of thi.s village attended the dance at Farmingdale Palace, F'armingelalc. The affair was quite a success, and tbe music for the evening was furnished by Prof. Mole's orchestra.
Mr. R. Sei-gio entertained a number
LADIES OF FREEPORT
You search for the proiKT kind of tailoring where style and economy go hand in hand ends in tbo Goldfarb 8tyllsb Way. .And an atided attiac- tiorx here is our Ri-ally Reasonable prices.
Wc maintain an cxpe-rt ele-parlinonl for Cleaning. ,.I're>s:-iijg. Dye'ing and Repairing.
Rrooklyn Ladles Tailor.^ ami Dre-ss- inakci
33 Railroad Ave. Phone 368-M FREEPORT, N. Y.
of friends from the city on Sunday.
Tbe United Boya Brigade of Ameri¬ ca formed a body Friday evening and
' visited the I3tb Regiment C. A. C. on Summer and Jefferson Avenues. Tbe boys left Roosevelt about 5.*5 and ar¬ rived at the regiment after seven. The
I boys exhibited some drills on tbe floor
'of the regiment, along with the other
I companies.' and showed up exceeding¬ ly well. The boys had an excellent time, both going and coming home, and they are all patiently waiting for the next opportunity. Those who
I went were ('apt. John Bergen, Lieut.
i Robert Wallace, Sergt. S. Vandewaler. Rudolph Schlegel, James Burke, Fred Jones, George Hansen, Simon Nathan,
I Leonard Bower, Dick Davenport, Leo Canter and Charles McKew.
Recently .Miss Susan George, of Whitehouse Avenue, was appointed stenbgrapher in the department of the Attorney General in Washington and will stxm leave for ber new position. Her many friends wish her the best of success.
A large number of cases of measles bas been reported.
A number of residents of this vll¬ lage have Joined the farming cru¬ sade.
Seivices of the Roosevelt Kpiscopal Church next Sunday are as follows: I Sunday School at 9.46 to 10.45, church I from 10.45 lo 12.30 p. m. .Mid-week j services every Wednesday evening at I 8 p. in. All are urged to attend these I services.
.Miss Selma Hansen has been recent- ¦ ly engaged hy .VIr. D. .Smith, ot Free- ; port.
.Mr. and .Mrs. Percy Rhodes, the newly wedded eioiiplo, will live- in their new liooic tjii Woods Avenue.
! .\Ir. S. IJcck has purchased a '• Cadilinc louring car.
.\nfhony D. Speleno of this village,
I a second class luivale in the rnited
S^a1c^ .Army, mot death with a com-
j radof Ransom Merrit, a first class pri-
• vate, at the Hempstead aviation plains I Monday afternoon. It happeneel that I eirrly Monday .Spileno ae.:' Merrit were idli-ocled lo lake an airplane from Us j hangar and tost a new- self-starting I devie-c. .Neither had any experience
in air craft, and for a time the tests
• proceeded suioothly. Suddenly the air I craft left the grounds and hoth men
completely lost their heads, and the plane was sotm tinder a IOO mile per I hour speed. After passin«: over Hemp- I steael Ihe biplane began to zigzag, and I soon took a plunge downward at a icrriiic siu-cd. The rraft hit Ihe mac¬ adam of the motor parkway and Ihc two pilots WeMc Instantly killed. Spllenf) was iwenty-liVf. years old, a I resirli at of tlii.-i villa^e> Cor a ntimber ' of years. He served, his full term of four years i>i siM-vice, hut owing to th.- present conditions enlisted feir tbe dUr I ration of the "'ar.
.Mr. Bedell who. had an ice cream and candy store, last year in tbe post offlce building will open business in the Huber store which has recently been vacated.
The automobile shop of Anthony .Marino haa been moved last week to the Mollineaux property.
The Home Defense I^eague will hereafter meet on Tuesday and Fri¬ day evenings of each week. All citi¬ zens arc urged to attend these meet¬ ings' and help the cause.
A motion is heing eonsidered at the Roosevelt Athletic Club to change the meeting nights from Tuesday and Fi iday evenings to .Monday and Thurs¬ day evenings.
,Mr. .Miles Ttrown, ejf Woods .Avenue, has purchased the home of Mr. Chas. Ilarvey. which is directly in the rear of his home.
A bulletin hox of nice size has ht^en - |)laced in Ihe Roosevell post ofllce by the Citizons' Improvement Association. Ml the doings of this association will lie posted in the box. / -^ -
Herbert Ahrams is now weiiUing for his hrother, Thomas Ahrains. who is in the moving husiness.
Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kassel are the happy parents of a baby boy.
McCormack sings "Utde Boy Blue"
F.ugene Field's famous poem, set to music by Fthelbert ^'evin, provides McCormack with a delightful song of sentiment for this month's new Victor Records.
Tho great artist's personal affection for thia song was recently shown when he purchased t.ugene F'ield'a original manuacript. reproduced above, for $2400.
Victor Rod Seal Record 6460;. Teii-mch. $1.00
Elizabeth Spencer's first Victor Record
This talented singer's interpretation of "A Perfect Day" is a thing of wrinning tenderness and beauty. Come in and have us play it for you. At the same time ye>u can heur Miss Spencer sing the favoritB "Love's Dreamt After the Ball," oii the same record. Victor dixiUe-faced Record I82S0. Ten-inch. 73c
"Have a Heart"—fox trot and "Love o' Mike"—one-step
The seductive fox trot medley VjA one side of thi? recoTx-l !n- dudiefl "You Said Something" and "I Am All Alone." two hits from tho musical comedy succensa "Have a Heart. " The one-step, "Love o' Mike,'.' is from Jerome Kern's musical comedy of that name. Victor duuble-Uced Rccard356il. Twelvu-itic^. tl.JS
Get a complete list from ua of the
New Victor Records for May
THK ROYAL STATIOXKRY AND CKiAR STORK
F. R. LIKBERMAN. Prop. M ,Ho. Main St Thone lUI-lll
On .May 13 the Roosevelt Alhletic riub will hold an entertainment and show at the Royal Theatre. Tickets will he 15 cents and can bo gotten from any mcinher. Drawings for a Hvp dollar gold piece are now out. Come one and all and make this af¬ fair a linam-ial success, as a good athleiie- cluh i.s needed in this vicln-
A siii-f)ri.se birthday party was given to .\Irn. William Tabh, president of Ihe Woman's (Juild, hy the metrihcr.s of the Guild on Saturday afternoon. .A heautiful mahogany tray of flowers wa.s presented to .Mrs. Tabh, and the affair was a total surprise to her.
'11.e afternoon w-as one of enjoyment anfi a delightful lun iicou was served hy the ladies.
Those present were Mrs. W. I^ock- wood, .Mrs. Chris Binner, Mrs. Fred Roeeler, .Mrs. William Heineman. Mis. R. Stuart, .Mrs. .M. Matherson. .Mr.-;, liflie-l, .Mrs. Charleys .Mfirj;an. .Mrs. C. iJate.', and .Mrs. William Tabh.
. 'ihe- Young People's Social Cliili lie !e] Iheii meeling at the homo of .Mr. William Browne, of Charles Street. The eveniig was entirely de¬ voted to business. The members de- cirieel to hold a patriotic dance on Doeeiraiiem Day cve, .May 2!), and Ihe fdllowin.t; were appointed to take- cli:;r:je of the iiClair by th(. iircsident. .Mi.ss l';isie Clark. Jejlia Bergen. Gc-orge I.iesner. M'illiam Browne and John Schlegel. .Mr. George Lesner was voted in as a member of the dub, and Mr. Gillespie, of Henipstead, was prq- posfd. After all the dise-ns.siop of husiness the nieeiitjg adjourned. Tho.so prese-nl were Mr.s. Charles l-Mward.s, .Miss Klsie Clark. .Miss .Mille HaiLsei. .Miss 1-^1 si,. lianseii. .Miss Regma Che. .Miss Gertrude .McCiellan.""'^Miss G. Liesner, .Mi.-;s Isabelle Slreich, .Mr. Ira Searby, Mr. John Clark, .Mr. John S" iiie.uel, .Mr. George y'.iesne'r and .Mr. \\ iiliam Browne.
"'he ne\vt meeting of ihe'Vounr Peo¬ iile s Social Cluh will he held at the 1 oMie eif .Mis.s K. Che. of Kiiltem Ave- riie-.
-Ml. I'eter Beck has liecn sweifn in as attorney and counselor at law and wil' he associated with G. .M. I/Ovy, of F.I Pliort.
Uellmore school was represented at the spelling contest held at the Free- port High School Monday afternoon.
.Miss Clara Peterson, a graduate of the Freeport High School and former teacher of the « Smithville South School has signed a contract to teach in Bellmore School the coming year. Miss Peterson will no doubt take the plaje of .Miss Stickles, who will teach In the Amityvllle School.
Alva R. Smith has purchased tbe milk business which he formerly owned in the village, and started in Monday.
The following women have volun¬ teered to help in taking the military census of .Merrck: .Mrs. D. C. Harvey, Mrs. W. K. Spear, .Mrs. Hoffman Bells, Mrs. Franklin Hill, .Mrs. D. A. Clark- son, .Mrs. Benjamin C arman, .Mrs. H. B. Schwab, .Mrs. John Christoffel, .Mrs. William .Morrel, Mrs. H. W. .Morrel, .Miss .Madeline Koher, .Mrs. W. B. Pol¬ lock, .Mrs. George .Massay, .Mrs. Harry l^ich, Mi.s8 .M. S. Harvey, .Mrs. L. B. Corlies, Mrs. Fi-ank Draper, .Miss .M. Bowne, Mrs. J. Odell, .Miss Reese, .Miss -Northridge, Mrs. Schuyler Cammann, Mrs. Joseph Hewlett.
The Ladies' Auxiliary, Merrick H. and L. and K. Co. .No. 2. held their regular meeting al thp home of .Mrs. W. .Midmer on Thursday afternoon.
Tbe monlhly conference of the Nas- nas ('ounty suffragists iook place al the .Mineola Courl House on Wednes¬ day afternoon, -May 2. The ehief top¬ ic of discussion was the coniin.Li cen¬ sus.
The .XorthhridKi's, of .Merrick Ave¬ nue, have opened their home for the summer.
The H. S(liU}ler Cammanns have returned to iheir home on .Merrick Koad, having spent tlu.' winter in Man¬ hattan.
The regular meeting of Ihe Surgical Dressings Soeieiy a; the I*'ire Hall, Oakwood Avenue, was well attended l'iH!K(lay afternoeiii.
."Miss Madeline Knher, of Cai roi Ave¬ nue, entertained a lew frictids at her home Tuesday e\enlng.
An entertainiiunt and dance is be¬ ing planned lo take place eiai ly in Jime at the Fire Hail, Oakwood Ave¬ nue fe)r the purjiose of raising i:ioncy (ei purchase wot-i anei accr.s.-Aejiie's for the making of tl.e- Jai-keis and ihings .'en- tilt' sailors.
The. faculty 61 the .Merrick School are sorry lo liti-r that .Miss Florence Chureh will tm: return as teacher next year.
On Saturday miirning a bullet ^as .0111 throii.~h llie do'.r of the home of .Mrs. .Sufiin Kirch. It is not known who caused the dama;,e, but it is like¬ ly tliat it was done by some careless Ijerson.
The Boy Scouts held their weekly mee'iiim in the Parish House .Monday evening. The boys were put through drilL-i liy Dr. 1-^merson.
On Saturday evening many friends of this village vere sori-y to learn of 'he death of .Mrs. .M. .Mollineaux. Mrs. .Molline-aiix wife of Royal Mollineaux was one of the old inlahitants of this set-lion and for many years a h'g worker for this coWmiinity. Her death was caused by an attack of .o.neu- motiia.
Arlhur Ilejffman. ot* Fulton .Avenue, is couhneel to his homo with a'l a'- tack of rheiiinatisi'i.
, Mrs. Stretch and Mrs. Ira Searby, of Centennial Avenue r> turned home .-ti¬ ter spending a short :-.iay at the hei.-.h
i;. C. (.'aminann and family recently nt'.i'.ned to the village after spending the winter months in New York.
Tho monthly meeting of the Men's Clnb was held in Paiish House Tues¬ day evening.
Servie-es of Roos' -i'!. M. K. CliLicii ne.\t Sunday as follows: Regular j preaching at 10.30 with sermon by pastor. Rev. D. ¦>. Ce ok, incliii'Jiiig talk to children- .-unii^y Schoeil at' "¦'0 p. '11. Kpwoilii i.e ..;,iie at 7 i>. :ii. Kvening service at 7.:!ii p. m. Ser¬ mon hy pastor.
.Mr. and .Mrs. A. J. Russell, of this villat'c, celebrated their golden w-ed- ding.
Tbe blacksmith shop ot C. H. Rus¬ sell has been rented to Henry Brandt.
Quite a gathering of citizens were present at the Board of Trade meet¬ ing at the Firemen's Hall on .Monday evening. ',
Peicy Smith was a contestant in the Freeporf High School prize speaking contest, which wa»"held at tbe High School on .Monday evening.
On Sunday afternoon the Bellmore Athlilic Club met the New-field A. C. and was defeated by the latter to the score of 10- 3. Both teams were of a fast nalure and good support was no¬ ticeable on all sides. One unfortu¬ nate inning for Btellmore. when the visitors gathered a good score and handicapped the locals.
A Ime garage has hfe«?i erected on the property of Mrs. L. B. Carlies, of Kirkwood Avenue.
Mrs. Albert Smith, of Baltimore, was entertained by her parents, .Mr. and pMrs. Lew-is L. Ix)rd, who after a winter's stay in Baltimore reopened , their home in this village.
Merrick School was well rcpiesent- ed al the spelling contest whicb was ^ held at the Freeport Hi;;h School on , .Monday afternoon. |
F"'raiik Calvin, son of .Mr. anei .Mrs. C. Calvin, is now working on a tractor in Farmingdale.
Pupils having perfect attendance for the month of .April were:
Room I -Marie Abbene. Llvlra Ab¬ bene, Ramona Carpenter.
Room II—Theodora Wright., Rosa Maraglio, Helen Jonapch. Pearl Gun¬ zenhauser, Lillian Block. Joseph Mc- .Ateer, Walter Wood, George Otto, Charles OITerman, Roger .May, Robert ' Grea'vcr Josexih Bartow.
Room III--.Agnes Rogers, Jennie .Midmer. Vernon Tepe, Perry Maraglio, Wilton May, Cardow .May. Jobn .Mc¬ Ateer Harold Gunzenhauser.
Room IV- Helen Otto, Marie Mara- , glio. Bertha Block, Helen Begerle, Rinaldo Phillips, Edward May. Alfred ; Drinkwater, Howard Bartow.
In the athletic meet held Wednes¬ day afternoon, May 2, between Sea¬ ford. Wantagh, Bellmore, Smithville | and Merrick, tbe boys and girls of our school won third place.
Don't forget that the Catholic Churcb will repeat the flrst part of the Elks minstrel show here in the Firemen's Hall. You all no doubt '.tiiow how good the Elk's minstrel was, so don't forget to make your apearance.
Bertha Block, Mary Driggs, Ixils Grea ver and Rinaldo Pbil|lps made up fhe team representing our scbool at tbe annual spelling contest held at Freeport .Monday afternoon.
Read the Nassau Posl for local and vicinity new*.
H. GOLDFARB, Ladiea aai Geata Tailor
rURS REMODELED AND RE^AIRE'D
33 Railroad Ave., Preeport
The organization of fhe Mas.sape- qua Auxiliary of the Red Cross was made complete at the meeting held on Tuesday, May 1, by the election of a secretary and treasurer.
The oflScers arc .Mrs. A. .M. .\immo. chairman: Miss U. P. Pumpelli, sec¬ retary; .Mrs. A. Ruhl, treasurer.
The Auxiliary will meel for work on Tuesday, Wednesday and Tburs¬ day af^-noons from - to -1.30 o'clock.
A Membership Committee has heen appointed: .Mrs. Thomas Browne, chairman: .Mrs. L. B. Adanis, Mrs. J. W. Anderson, Mrs. J. S. Lilly, .Mrs." J. Andrieni, .Mrs. \\'^ Huneke. .Miss P. Glover, .Miss K. Anderson and Miss W. Rankin. The committee has already become active and several new mem- bere have been enrolled.
.Mrs. A. H. Bartle Is chairman of the Boaru of .Managers, and will assign her assistants to the charge eacb day.
Donations bave been received from .Mr. L.. L. Glover. .Mrs. E. L. Harri- man, .Mrs. C. Worder, .Mrs. W. Huneke, J. W. Anderson, A. H. Bartle. Mrs. A. M. Nimmo. j
Business meetings w ill he held on | the first Wednesday of each monlb,_al j one o'clock. Join the Red Cross so that you can do your part for the na¬ tion. Call at the headquarters in fhe Property Offlce Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday afternoon and enroll, or on applicalion lo the secretary. .Miss U. P. Pumpelli, -Mrs. A. M. .Minmo. chairman,' or .Mrs. Thomas Browne, chaiiman of .Membership Copinilttee, , applicalion forms will be sent to you.
Donations of pieces of such material as cretonne, chambray and gingham, ' suitable for piciure pillows, and sola goods that may he used for snipiiing, also worn table cloths to use for nap¬ kins, etc.. will be ihankftiUy received.
n Soat* Main Street Telephone Soutk Graai AveaM
Freeport Connection Raldwin
rOMF: TO IS FOR WIRE FKNCING
Tea know how important It Is tn baying wire fencing to get the dar>
able kind that stands wear and tear and bad weatlier. We have It)
aiso a complete line of hardware—tools of every description.
Stoves Ranges Stove rip«' Oil Stoves Gas and l-ilectrlc PlatM
t'nrp«-nter's and Mason's Tools Rnilder's Hardware
I'aints Oils Tarnishes Rmshes
Rl Y STA.MlARi) GOOI>S OF RKI.IABI,R PFOPMC
The- Rev. Robert D. .Merrill, of Baby¬ lon, conducted the communion service in the Presbyterian Churcb on Sun- i day. May 6. Miss Pearl Glover. .Miss .Marguerite Glover and J. Raymond Anderson were received into church inomhership.
The Kaiila Camp Fire Girls of Amityville met at tho home of Miss Vivian .Naar on Monday e>venlng, Mav Tth.
A Boy Scout movement is in prog¬ ress and a meeting will be held on Thur.sday evening in the Property Of¬ fice. Mr. F. II. Covey, of the county headquariers, will .speak ie> the hoys.
The .So(-ial Club has purchased a ; I new jiiano ,ind an entertainment will \j5g:
The ^9^CaJU, Store Preseriptions Filled Reasonably and Right
Your dortor'* written oerder i* filled just aa carefully at ha could desire. You will be sure of the best result* from the medicine you take when you bring your pre*cnptions to u*. Accurate weighing and measunaf-- pure, potent drug* and skillful compounding a**ures you of getting the mo»t for your money. Promptly delivered. Phone order* solicited.
From the buying of drug* and drug *tore m«rchandi*e up until Ihe time that we *ell them to you we conitantly are on the watch to see that the quality does not deteriorate and that it is of juU as high a itandiag as when we bought it. Thi* assures you of getting the best drug store ser¬ vice and fullest satisfaction. It makes no difference what you buy of us you can depend that the quality is right and the price reasonabla. Give u* your order. Our motto is:
'^Everything"Right or Your Money Back'
Clarences. Abrams, pn g.
23 West Merrick Road PHONE, No. 1
be' L!i\en in thi- near future.
The Ruud go— In cellar ar baaament and auppliaa automatloally avary hot watar fauoat in tha houaa.