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Manhasset mail. (Manhasset, N.Y.) 1927-1986, November 04, 1927, Image 7

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T W LbCAL INTEREST iE 8 & M ymmmmrnmmmmtmmtimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mm ChulM wmm mmmmm ColoMl ChulM A. UnaTiTct. ae> ipMiiad bgr Major Thomas G. Lam- BMr» wffi if aa amy ponait ptaae Som MitM nahl. L. L to Satfridfo / Field, Mich., mot Taaaday moniac. . Coiooel UaAacch is a facet Mt the Miss Bath Hicks is Tisittac her | Doe to the caacellatkm at the ' hoose at Harry F, Goaveaheha ia aoBt; Mrs. J. CjoUbarg, at Glen Core, * Friends Aeadeasjr and Valley Stream Waahiafton. Ct&cy Mat^a Shoo* L. I. The sapper 1st ^ Dotch Reform Ball OB Wodncnday ni|d>t was a bif soceess. j caaws, Maahasset has no hi^ fohool I football to offer ontil the Great Neck ' fsau OB Kleetion Day. The Great |Nedc game is expeeted to be oae of the ersats of the season for both ____ _ sc bools and a big following from Dr. Dair, Teterinarian, has rei , Maahasset oBO attend, tamed from a tying trip to Saratoga Springs. r;) i ' * Mr. and Mrs. F. Paradise, of Hill- . crest Aveane, have as their -i Mrs. F. Strok, of Pensacola, Florida. Dr. and Mrs. Chorleo L. Newbold have retamed from a two weeks ’ trip to Mt Pocono. , .The poetponed meeting of the Home Borean was held on Tuesday afternoon in the School baildiag. More than twenty ladies came to the guest, meeting and material for forty hats was souL Within the next two weeks there will be another meeting at which time velvet hats will be the subject under diseuesion. Many people; from Mahhoadat at ­ tended the supper and basaarJof the Bastera Star if Paumonok Copter hi Great Neck last Saturday night. The Misses Marie McConnMl and Marge O'Neill attended a Hallpwe ’ en paryt ia New York City last iSatur- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe DoyM,, ot Beechweod Ave^ motored to Washing ­ ton for the week-end, stopping to visit some friends on tte return jtrip. Les Mortimer has added ^ the beauty pf the Baidc Diner by plant- hig some sod alt the entrance to pro ­ duce a landscape effect.* < A1 Horton, Commander of the Ros.> hm Poet of the American Legion is busy whooping up thian for the an ­ nual legion Araustiee Day dance, on Nov. 11. Mist Kuth Hicks celebrated her fifth birthday on Monday by enter ­ taining a number of her friend. Games were played and a good time was enjoyed. Those present were: Joan Conrad, June Rice, Dorothy Hicks, Florence Hicks, Violet Conrad, Irene light and Harold Ludeker, all of Manhasset and Thusea Strol^ of Florida. The Misses Pauline and Estelle Hicks and their recently married sis ­ ter, Mrs. Josephine Kxaemer gave an eWiorate Hallowe ’ en party at their home on Clapham avenue last Satur ­ day night. Many guests were pres ­ ent and took part in the dancing and games arrang^ for the evening. One of the numbers best received was the playing of \Rosy Cheeks ” by Miss Sylvia Krsemer on the piano. The real feature entertainment of the evening, however, was provided by Miss Estelle fficlm and L^ny Salay, who held the crowd breathless while they went through the steps of a irited Tango. Danny brought John C. Heha and James McIntosh spinted Tango. Danny brought ere among the gneeU at Tom Cof- s^vos of appU^ from the guests /a Sunset Lodge last Saturday when he swept his partner from the , I , I r ____ _________ _ ______ _ __ ^ night. In honor ef his two guests I H oot and, Mr. Coffey gave a private showing whirled her around ef a film of Wild animal hunting in darkest Africa. L ’ Ecluse Washburn has taken over the agency for Manhasset Gardens. The business locally will be taken care of by Messrs. Louis R. and Ern ­ est G. Blaiclv representatives for L ’ Eclnse Wuhbam. The Manhasset Democratic Club has made elaborate preparations for Its annual danoe to Im told this Sat- I urday njght in the High School audi ­ torium. A large crowd is expect^ to attend to meet the Democratic ” candidatet for the forthcoming elec ­ tion. The Woods Shoppe is showing as fine an asaortnmnt personal Christ- mas Greetteg cards as can be found even in some of the more exclusive shops in New York City. Ifre. Woods and Mrs. Kelly expect one of the busiest Christmas seasons they have ever tod. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert H.. DeWilde entertained at toidge on Tuesday eve ­ ning. Those present were^ Mr. and Mrs. George Newbold, Mr.j and Mrs. Roseoe Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. ‘ Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Miller and Mr. and Mrs. William | Keats. Daniel O ’ Connell, Nsecreti^ of the 'Exetonge Club of Manhasset, at- tendsMd a meeting at the McAlpin in New York Monday night cn the Ex ­ change dubs of the Metropolitan area to arrange plans fo | rthe con- veution at Long Beach n^ June of the Exchange Clubs of we entire State. j Passersby stood agog Iasi Saturday when two runaway autos wWt careen ­ ing down Plandome Road. iTtoy had been parked on a down Iprade and their drivers had failed to set the brakes. No serious damage! was done, the ears,stom>teg 1>7 runmito againstj the curb before they bad gm far. Mr. afid Mrs. George (mgory of J- Hillerest' avenue are celebnting the , Tkoma^R mntly. The malnng a h Iwi^ . ! •arrival of a son, Tkoma^ Raymond Gregory, bom recently. The bouno- iu newcomer is malnng a hit with who call ok Um. Miss Man Hennessy, of ijlanhasset, and one of the prihei^ buifers for B. Altman A Co^ wfll safl w Friday, Nov. 4 on the Majestic for her semi ­ annual buying in Eunope. She will be away fi weekn and] will visit Engla^ Fmnee, Belgium land Ana- The Hallowe ’ en pai^ b Tavern mat Red Maple night was a _ by the Saturday Many it during aere Mr. _______ __ __________ Mr. and . L H, Sma^ Mr. aadllbs Joto Rhgrs, and Mr. and prs.* Jed- promiiiteit people woe nm evenhig, among w and .Mrs. £. F. Prantaer, The Bassett Realty IB7 Ftffc Avemn, New opened a MAbswet oOee ( ■er at Pbadome Mbad and . ana. K. W. Morisen, aaaaate m the I spin. outstretched arms, in a lively toe- Amooc ttniVenf .VnrsefiHvi when a man adapted a sea. the person edc^t- ^ puts on tee shoes of the sd<mter. ne phraae. m> stand la another nan ’ s ahoee. ” means \ta eecnpy the place or ley cislm to the honors of «n . wber. ’ ' — Literary Disest. S/nirng Watar fwr City Bnyel qMiBfc at Geocgctewn. Ky.. aald to be one ef the largest ef Its kind In the world, wee named In 1775. The water hnrets from e high bluff at Haieetone rock, flows through the weat end of the town end emptlea Into the nkhom Hver, nceriy a mile from Its aonree. Georgetown, now | with a popnigtioo of about 5,000. (ots { Ita entire water supply from this | firing, and has done an for SMsy I years. At one dme s woolen mill, a j grlat mlU and several other eeteMIab- I meats were operated by water power anppUed by this firing. — Kansas City Star. Roytrlty in Fiahaa The whale and sturgeon »x* known ee *Yoyal nsh\ herause they belong to the king at England when washed aghore or raeght near the coast. Mtmr tkm Mmd Mother — airis. we mustn't w year father about going ewuy •umuMr. Bis bunk balance ts « ly low, I know. I leeked te bln check book yesterday and aatr ha had oaly one check left — Vanceuver P tot - fame. Pockat Gramopk ama The smallest graaNitiboae In the world has Just been manufactured hy a I.oBdon Arm It can he curried hi'e raen't pocket! Htu m Pinm Homa The mining cnterplller need . not i leave Its mine. Within the leaf there ia fonnd protection aa well ee fool, mys Natnre Magazine. The epidermal layers sre transparent, they allow the eon to warm the naked worm. They sre tough bealdee. The rain cannot waah the leglesa Infant away. Pblaon apraya would beat harrolnady against j the windows of ita abode- Special Far TMs Weel Venida Hair Nets lOc Each^ IHartr 4f Plandome Road Phone Manhaaact 127 For Justice of the Peace A man of long judi ­ cial training. He has proven his especial fit ­ ness both as a judge and as a member of the Town Board. Im ­ partial to the accuser and the accused. Sin ­ cere, fair, and faithfid in the performance of his duties. Wilmot Y.' HaDock REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE Paid for by the Republican Committee RE-ELECT EGBERT E. LE GLUSE Great Neck FOR JUSTICE OF THE PEACE I 'I Eight years ’ experi ­ ence as member of the Town Board. Thirty years work ­ ing for civic improve ­ ments for the, Town of North Hempstead. Devotes his entire time to the service of the people-of the town of North Hempstead. Paid for by tto Repub^can Committee REPUBLICAN NOMINEE ,.FOR TOWN CLERK Charles E, Schmidt of Great Neck He has had lo years ’ experience in Town Government He is the clean, wholesome t37pe of young man. His abit ity, character and integ ­ rity appeal to the voter. You knew him in the Tax ofiSce. Keep him in >FaM f« by the Rgii eb ikgu C wn mil t ae Re-Ele^t Moses R. Schenck of Great Nedc Republican Nominee for Aasesaor of the Town of North Hempstead (4 year term) Who has {already served tto Town for .6|k years as Assess ­ or. During his iacumbaney each iQjdmdual paiCel of prop ­ erty of the Town has been care ­ fully inspected for assessment purposesL Tto new Town Tax Map has been worked out and brought to completion and per ­ fection. Tto re-election of Mr. Schenck means tto putting back into office an experienced man in business and real estate values and one who devotes his entire time to the important duties of his office. Paid for by tto Republican Commutes For Town Assessor (Two year term) He is thoroughly fam ­ iliar Avith real, estate values throughout North Hempstead; his re-elec­ tion means a continu- •' ance of his very effici ­ ent service. Danid EL !&nith REPUBUCAN CANDIDATE L Paid f or by H m BagobHcaa CoomUtst -mm

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