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The daily review. (Freeport, N.Y.) 1921-1926, June 04, 1921, Image 6

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FREEPORT and. Mrs. Wallace J.- Young 'of reet entertained Mr. and Mrs. i Speck Monday evening with a & supper following the wedding couple in Baldwin earlier in the of the event which was mination of a war romance, wis Review. is Rebekah. Lodge 298, enter- children of Odd Fellows,. and and also. Freeport Lodge, 0.O.F., and. their families last Wilson formerly of the New on Main street has accepted with Jack's shoe store on road. prin eautiful brown and piack collie as- run over by a machine at avenue and. Mérrick road Tues. morning. Policeman Fechtman nt\to kill him, but Dr. W. H. had put him out of his misery ately after the accident. Lydia Mann Hague, of North a, only niece of Dondridge ge Pitt Mott, for whom D. B. P. ost, G, A. R., was named, was village over the holiday at at- e ceremonies of the Post. Archer lace is a cousin of D. B. P. Mott >- Jackie McGuire, a Review is recovering from an appen- operation performed about two B. F R E t FLOORS Rescraped and Refinished AVE. & DARTMOUTH 8T. Hempstead L. I. Phone 470-R y=) weeks ago by' Dr Carman. at Nassau Hospital. Word has Ween received from Miss Adelma. Johnson, a former Dally Re- view worker, who is spending the sum- mer at Gironde, France. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay Long, of 169 South Main street, have been blessed with asbaby daughter, born May 28, at Nassau Hospital at x % A u mos Arthur Smith No. 1 ant Ttatph Yon- gen, of the Freeport police, turned in their equipment Tuesday and severed their connection with the police force, much to the regret of their compan- fons. Nelson H. Smith and William Katkee have been appointed to fill the vacan- cles in the police force. Policeman -Frank Fisher, who was hurt in- an aceldent recently, reported for duty: Tuesday but was unable to stay, as his ankle failed to function, Stephen P. Pettit is building nine in- dividual garages in the rear of the vil- lage office. The concrete floor of one has been laid. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. -NEW- SUMMER BUNGALOWS 15 N, Long Beach Ave., Freeport Just Being Built at Freeport, L. I. Ready for occupancy MAY 1st 4 ROOMS AND BATH ON PLOT 30 x 100 Best Boating, Bathing and Fishing on Long Island PRICE $3,250-Easy Terms JOHN J. RANDALL CO. niin ti ty tii trip iii ey p ply tp dy iy typ ly ly iy tpl titi tp ity io SPECIAL FOR THE HOME JAZZ DRUM OUTFIT COMPLETE, $75.00 JAZZ WHISTLES, 25¢ We Carry a Complete Line of MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS June Victor Records Now on Sale PORTABLE VICTROLAS FOR SUMMER OUTINGS $25.00 Music (Shop ;. WEST MERRICK ROAD OPEN EVENINGS 9 P. M. | & Ordo Gili in fe --- FREEPORT, N. Y. Your$ Wedding Day is worthy to perpetuate happy memories. Your wedding day can have no more cherished:memento than the photograph of the bride and IT bridal party. Let us make for you photographs which possess all the exactness of a mirror's reflection, ~ artistically per- fect in effect and finish and enclosed in Ultrafine Folders that add charm and protection. Let us show you our work, Photos made at your own home at the same price as in the studio. Telephone: GLICK \RA PHE H. L, Crandall, $8 South Ocean avenue, Monday, June 6, at 3 p. m.~ Village Counsel Clinton M. Flint will speak about Village Government. Miss Astrid Nygren who has been teaching in the College of Industria) Arts, 'Texas, will-teturn to spend her summer vacation in Freeport on Sun- day. B. Leventhal, successor to I. Lich: erman, Main street, is handling the same line of goods thal Lieberman did, including Vietrolas and records, stationery, toys, papers and magazines. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keeser of Ocean avenue, Freeport expect to have their little daughter christened this coming week. The little one was born on Mothers Day of this year. It will be remembered that Mrs. Keeser was Misa Signey Nygren, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Werner Nygren of Freeport. Mrs. Henry L. Maxson of 316 South Long Beach avenue, Freeport, is registered at the Wayside Inn, East MONEY TO LOAN ON BOND AND MORTGAGE ADRIAN H. COURTENAY avrornEy ar caw Second National Bank Building Hempstead, N. Y. Telephone 1258 ROCKVILLE CENTRE SPORTING GooD8 BTORKE Feldman & Aronson, Props Stationery, Cigars, Tobacco and Pipes Sporting Goods, Eastman Kodaks Newspapers and Magazines N. VILLAGE AVENU® Bet. Observer St. and Raliroad. r\ ROCKVILLE CENTRE every course served here is enjoyed. Not only is the service good, but the food.. we offer .is .dainty and attractive, prepared by experts. If you have never dined at GALVIN'S RESTAURANT 301 Front St., Hompstead CENTRAL ROTEL Breakfast, 7 to 9.30-Lunch, 65¢, Dinner, 80e, 6 to 8 SPECIAL CHICKEN DINNER Sundar, 12 to 8, $1.00 A is Carte All Day wURNISHED ROOMS TO RENT REAL HOME COOKING 12 to 2 Northfleld, Mass., for the purpose' of attending the graduation of her sister, Miss Jessica W. Waiters, at Northfield Seminary. / Miss Elsa Nygren of Saranac Lake has been spending the last two weeks at her home in Freeport and expects to return on Monday. nme emm Ph Freeport 64-8 DR. H. W. REID /* M' i 35 South Ocean Ave., Freeport, N, Y. Office Hours: Evenings 6-9 or by ap- pointment. Brooklyn Office: Myrtle and Cypress Aves., . Ridgewood - National _ Bank Building. TRUCKING AND STORAGE ALBERT B.. MERKLEN GENERAL TRUCKING DAILY TRIPS TO NEW YORK 275 S. MAIN STREET FREEPORT TELEPHONE 1199-W WM. G. MILLER, Inc. RAYMOND J. MILLER, Mgr. AUTO, PLATE GLASS, BURGLARY LIFE AND FIRE Insurance 24 S. Grove St., - Freeport, L. I. oon s m Phone 321-W DR. LEON AXELROD DENTIST Main and Front Sts., Hempstead Trolley Junction CEMENT SIDEWALKS, BLOCKS, CON- CRETE FOUNDATIONS, SUN: PAKLOR, CEMENT PORCHES, CESSPOOLS, AND ALL - KINDS OF. CONCRETE work. Orders | and Work Promptly Attended 'To. 52 Baldwin Ave., Baldwin, L. HATS CLEANED and Blocked Your Old Hat made to look like new. Rolled Panamas Shaped to Any Style. New Bands and Sweat Bands Put On PRICES REASONABLE also SHOE SHINING PARLOR- 6 ~ CHAIRS No Waiting. Thank you! Kyranakis Bros. 8 Main St. _ Hempstead Formerly Office of Dr. Ray McCombs | G® HOMAN & PLANK - All Work Guaranteed Estimates Cheerfully Given Mellinger Tires and Tube—s New, Fresh from Factory-Guaranteed Cords 10,000 Miles Extra Ply . 8,000 Miles Special 6,000 Miles GET OUR SPECIAL PRICES M. T. PRODUCTS CO., Merrick, N. Y All kinds of Antiques for Sale F. Brunel Mill Road. Hempstead Antiques bought in any condition. Send me a Card and 1 will Call. IS NOW OPEN 841-W MAN Golf Norfolks, golf ahoes, caps, golf clubs, golf balls, golf bags -all. the accessories of the game. Mail Orders Pied Roosrsa Prar Courant Broadway at 12th. St, at Warren Hany Tomi THE Baldwin Harbor Pharmacy Church St. and Milburn Ave. BALDWIN HARBOR, L. I. WITH A =======e= Full Line of Drugs, Chemicals, Stationery, Ice Cream, Candy and Cigars Should - satisfaction fail to \follow through\ the whole long life of our:golf outhits-money \Tous Conventenit Broadway 'Corneny' acecacaca aca. 00-0000 400004 2~F2WZ¢WWWWWW§3 k FOR BUSINESS Painters and Decorators & Address: 270 South Main St., Freeport | f....:.« back! wolf stockings, Broadway at J4th St, Fifth A val at 41st At, ery Ameer % TO . NIGHT At the Freeport Auditorium Selznick News Foxworth & Francis Clarence Wilbur Althea Sisters L. O'Neil & Hill Harmon & Harmon Pantzer Duo Clyde Cook Comedy Orchestra 55 CENTS, INCLUDING TAX Reserve Your Seats at Chubbuck's Pharmacy, Freeport 'THE NEW LAUNDRY _ WEEK'S WASH $1.25 A BAG COLLECTIONS TUESDAYS DELIVERIES WEDNESDAYS I | May Fair Service Corporation, Inc. TELEPHONE: FARMINGDALE 141 n mme mmm mm onn oo -.-. IRIXIRDIN SPECIAL SALE Burpee's Tested Seeds at COST PRICE Special Cleanup Sale Starting the day you Read This Advertisement FLOWER FINE ASSORTMENT OF AND VEGETABLE SEEDS TO BE HELD AT OUR STORES LOCATED AS FOLLOWS: FREEPORT-88 No. Main Street MINEOLA-81 Jericho Turnpike BABYLON-Deer Park Avenue GARDENERS, DON'T MISS THIS SALE NITRATE AGENCIES CO. FREEPORT Here Is BROOKLYN - NEW ~ YORK an Opportunity to Save About $15 in the Buying of an Efficient REFRIGERATOR Enamel Lined Refrigerators Regularly $42 # | h. 14% ifichan wide poindi. Of des Enamel Lin=d Refrigerators Regularly $47.78 ¢ Sale Price $32.50 Sale Price $26.50 | Apartment house style frefrigerators; $2 memes | Regularly $58 : Four Special Offerings have received a quantity of high- & grade Refrigerators which were pur- chased by us at a special price. he: saving we made we are passing on to our customers, a saving which amounts to about $15 on every one of these Refrigerators. A sale of this character coming at the be- ginning of the summer is quite and makes the event all the more important. The Refrigerators are of dependable quality ; four styles, all new and made with solid oak cases; two styles of seamless porcelain pro- vision chambers ; two styles of white enamel lined provision chambers, | Seamless Porcelain Lined Refrigerators Sale Price $42.50 17% inches deep; ca- Apartment house style Refrigerators; 54 inches high, 26% inchex wide, 18% tnshee deep; ca- | pacity, 115 pounds of fed! Seamless Porcelain Lined Refrigerators 1 high Regalarly $69.50 : Sale Price $53.50 <4 lich

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