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Port Jefferson times-echo. (Port Jefferson, N.Y.) 1931-1935, November 06, 1931, Image 4

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I n its issue ot December 8 . 1883 . nearly 48 years ago. the Por t Jefferson Ti mes in Its Setauket column printed the follo wing Items: \A good p lank bridge Is being put down in front of the East Setauket Post Office in p lace of the rotten structure which lias come so near proving n breakneck affair on several occasions. - - Thi s post office w as then kept by the late B. T. Wheel- er in the old store on the ground where the Mather drug store now stands. The store later burned down. .In those days there was a bridge In front of it, that ' covered a stream of water that flowed into the creek. The water is going the same way now but concrete hides the view of It. Forty-eight years ago John Roe Smith , ot Patchogue , was the Brook- haven Town Tax Collector. \He an- nounces that he will be at the stoi c of Walter Jones , in Enst Setauket Tues- day, Dec. II, where he will receive the taxes of all that wish to pay In at 1 percent Ice. \ 1 The store mentioned then stood where ttxc Tinker National Bank does now. Collector Smith had one , assist- ant with him, and the two visited every . . village in the Town alter which the Collector would \ sco ut\ those neigh- borhoods a nd collect from the deltn- [¦ q ucrits. He did more work for less pay ¦ \ ¦ . but he . not there all the same. Tear Do wn Slave Pen From the Port Jefferson Times . De c. 8 , 1883 : \According to report Smith- town Branch has organized a law and order society, torn doyj' n an old slave pon, and \ Is preparing to build a new lock-up. - The li very lids from Brook- hnven should hereafter be careful in i going: over the line particularly on S undays , or they may get intq a fix that will recall those cruel , ago nizing ' :. slavery days. \ At the time refcrrec } to above , Brookhavcn had voted not to grant any liquor licenses , . while S mith- : ' - .[ town did. Mrs. Tern Holder) and her friend M rs. Evelyn Millcn , who are tempo- rarily living wi th the latter ' s grand- parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Satterly at /. ~ East Setauket, took a moto r last-week. - . ¦ . . • ¦ They went to Endlcott, N. Y„ t o see - • other members of their family and re- turned. Lawrence Tyler visited the old home \ ' - ' ' here last Sunday, and was entertained by his sister and brother , Lewis and \ Mi ss Esther Tyler. .Election Over Well , when this paper reaches its | readers the cleclion will be over nnd ' results la the nlouths of the public ' that Is \ chewing} it over and predict- i Ing from several] angles what IS going ,. to come ' . out « 1 if- vThls writer became j r ^ i ^* ™KJ p * :Ji, M tonLa l e44 M na ' mmtyj j lj m 1 52 yearsr tt gd . and ttjr ' changeJ35*«358>¦ 3 went on. and the tins- nnd ; ' . rJ6wnfl of numerous politicians In the old ' Town ' has been of noteworthy interest. i We remember some of the political I battles that took place on the ground ' In front of the Elderkin Hotel ( now the Neighborhood House). The State nnd county elections mode one of the annual events there for n long period. Than Stony Brook , Se tauket. East Set- nukefc and Port Jefferson voters were provided with a polling place in Elder- kins Ho tel , nnd most of them ««re in evidence during the day. Most of the candidates ' workers were on the ground to receive the voters with pockets filled with ballots to hand out to them. The ele ction officials comprised three in- spectors nnd two clerks. The Town p aid them two dollars each for their l ong day ' s work. And two dollars morn to each for canvassing the voU ' .i and recording results. Later Port Jefferson formed nn election district and the po ll iiirr pl ace nt Setauket wns r l invmeri to the house ol John O'Uoimnll w l u u ii unit: mnr t, ri - ntrnl fm* the V l l teP. ' i ill S tony Brook. The O'Donnnll limine was ili-sl.io . veil by lire. Soo n Stony Brook parted compiinvj Willi n -t ' by getti ng its present, election ' dis trict Good Templar Hall, tlnm newly built, was used for election pur- poses at Suliiulcct and East Sitnnlietl u ntil glowing population required that those two neighborhoods form separ- ate election districts, which was done rmd c ontinues no up to date. Good Templar Hull, later known as Mechan- ic ' s Hull, wns destroyed by fire some yearn nno. Town Elections at Coram I n April, where the whole town voted together wim changed to the election di s tri ct In tlie ' fl O ' ii. i ' Mv n . Emily Hopkins Is visiting Mrs. B urnt) Randall of P/x j iio i l for a few d nj H , ' . v M. E. CHUH C IJ n vmi x QK sau: Tho l i ndlen ' Aid Society nt the • ¦ Mo t' 11 \\\'- Church wll llwld u niimnai' . e mi l o beginning: next Morality In the st o t - o recently vacated by tho Hawkins • Mont Market, Plumb er millcUim, Joneii - st v eot. Friends having mtlc l ei i to eon- trlbiito for the i rn ln nvo roqncntcil to p ltti c r bring tltnm to tho store or In communlcnto with tho president ol the Bncloty, Mrs. Jnmeu P. Wnlltor. Radio to loiil i ono uorv lc a liotwoon Eurouo nml tiio Canary Inl n ndn I'm boon limu g uratoil, f o loplimm cnllu bctwocm London mid I ' uv lii now avora g o ovor 1, 000 i lnlly, Tlilo lio a vy Intornatlnnal tolo- iiliono tr«lllo In mnliily il n o lo tiio pron - ont econom ic ami nnllllcnl munition In IDurbpo. EAST SETAUKET \ Today and Yesterday Ele cted County Jud ge j Dr. K. Po rter Felt , Directo r George Washington was a lover of trees. He was a fortunate young man when he secured a Job assisting In the survey of the lands of Lord Fair- f a x. These were almost entirely virgin fo rests, lyi n g between the Potomac and Rappahannock Rivers in Virginia. There is in Washington ' s dia ry a rec- o rd to the effect that Sunday, Ma rch 12 , 1748 , he went through most beau- tiful groves of sugar trees and spent the bes t part of the day in admiring them. Can we imagine young men ol today spending their time In this way ? As an Indian fighter , W ashington found she l ter from enemy missiles be- hind the trunks of forest riionarchs. He e stablished many li ne and witness t rees while surveying lands in the wilderness. He enjoyed exceptional op- portunities for seeing trees at their best. His 'Jlaries.fo r the years 1770 , 1785 , 1786 and 1788 contain numerous rec- ords in relation to trees , mostly na- tive trees. We find therein records of excursions to various portions of his plantation for the purpose of locating trees which could bo taken up and planted around the home grounds. This was long before the day of tree nurseries , our usual source for such materials. He employed himself per- sonally in pruning and shaping his young plantation of trees and shrubs. He p lanted trees and shrubs sent to hi m by admiring friends , and In not a few Instances made similar returns! Washington ' s continued interest in trees is indicated by the many places where trees now growing were planted by him or made noteworthy because thev had sheltered him. There is one in the shadow of our National Capitol; now treasured as a priceless memen- to of our first president. A tree from ' his Mount Vernon estate was a gift from President Washington to General Brown , a notable figure of the Revolu- tion. This is the .Washington Horse- chestnut at Bath , Pa. The re were al- so the ' thirteen horsechestnuts set out by Washi ngton m the yard of his mother ' s home at Fredericksburg at the close of the Revolution. They weiu named tor the thirteen States. The noted Washington elm at Cam- bridge has been perpetuated by cut- tings rooted and now- growing on the . grounds of the University ol Washing-: ton. \Grandsc i bns \ from the original Washington elm have been rooted , planted out and await transportation to- replace the great , old Cambridge tree. Therp arc many trees throughout the country which were planted by .Washington or under which he tool;: shelter:- .Thi s; early lover of trees has fe f t ft.Tj wffcigo whl cJi , should- be core} fully gua rded and handed down un- impai red. Wte i T frees| . — -I The A micus ciub'hcld a straw ride \Wednesday evening tu Long Beach near St. James. About ' sixteen members and friends attended , . . , The . Thursday evening bridge club was postponed until Saturday evening at which time ' Mrs. Walter Novak , hostess . : gave a Hallowe ' en party. Among the guests were Mr. and Mrs. Fred, Smith Sr „ Mr . and Mrs. Fred Smith Jr., Mrs. Daniel Seibert Jr., Mr. and Mrs. William Roilly, Mr. and Mrs, Georges Comins , Mrs. Lottie McNulty, Mrs ..G raf ' of B rooklyn. Cards were e njoyed , after which refreshments were served. ' Two of the prize winners were Mrs. Seibert and Mrs. S mith Jr. Mrs. Fred Shelles has been confined to her home by a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. F red Smith Jr. of Brooklyn were weekend guests of .Mr. ' and Mrs. Fred Smith , Sr. The Tuesday nig ht bowling club held Lt. « l_ _ ^ _ m _ ^ _ X- T..— I— T 3 • . / . „ , « , » * o n lTA V O Ul U il £ UU4t 2 > U l. O ill- ft - uiunii i . ., ni'- J \ . Frank , Rummel , Charles Beck and Josepn Fuhringer left Tuesday for up- State where they expect to enjoy a week' s hunting. Mrs. Al. 'Fehcr has returned from the Southside Hosp ital with 'her new daughter , Paulino Emma. Mrs. A. Eckhart and Mrs. S. Lang, of Brooklyn spent Sunday at their bun- galow here. Shirley Rdynor gave a Hallowe ' en party at her home Saturday aftcrnon to several of the children of the town. The ' first meeting ol the season ot the Phllhesperons will be held Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Joseph Ki rk. TJie regular meeting of the Amicus Club was held Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Kay Jostin , in Holbrook. A Republican rally, ; concert and dance was held Saturday evening at L iberty Hal l under the . auspices of the Ronkonkoma Republican Club. Several nominees for offices in Isllp township spoke. ; Mrs. Mae Slmms spent several days in the city. The following members of the Mon- day afternoon bridge club met at the home of Mrs. Hugo Becker: Mrs. Mar- Jo rle R. Turck,' Mrs. Lola Jane Jones , Mrs. Walter Novak , : Mrs. Fred Kenneth , Mrs —Fred Smith , Mrs. Mae Simms , B &S^ l edel. The Auxiliary ol the American Le- g io n , held a meeting at the Legion Hall Wednesday afternoon, to ma a e fined arrangements for the dinner they are givfog th e Legion Men Not- . II. A meeting of the American Legion was held at the Legion Hall Tuesday evening. Work, of the evening was the installation ' of officers. . , .. A- . Hallowe ' en ^ j ai;ty . and dinner , was neio ,. ^ 3aiurnBy. j ..c n i!} wiiij , . ., «i. .*¦ « * H6>..> hd j ei;inider J h ' e ^ nvis ' plces : . of the . Ab ra- ham Liti coiiS Republican Club. About 07 members and friends enjoyed the din ner during which ' the following sp) o ak( s rs wore . Introduced: Roy B. Davi s, S upervisor of t s i ip Township; M; ,W. Holl nnde-r , attorney from Hunt- . ihg ton ; Warren C. Haft ' Town Clerk of Isllp; Judge Frank Page , ot Bay Shore; Willi am H, Cb l sori , Tax Collector of Isllp ; F rank t t ,,,(jelge r, Sup erinten- dent of Highway*!' I sllp Township. •Alter the speeches games and dancing were enjoyed. The Parent Teacher Association of the Lake R O nkonkpma School will hold n card party in tho Fire Hall Saturday evening, . No v. 7. ; Tickets 50 cents. Prizes anil refreshments. A chicken pic supper will be given by the Lake O r O vo I vKtlibdlBt Church Sat- urday evening- , N ov. 14 , In the parish hall , Tickets V B cents. ' M rs. Slllwcll gs tve a Havrowc ' cn party nl. line limn RntUl d av CVCnlllH. The now nilnb j tw.of tho Lake Grove Methodis t ctuirah ' ' li n a unstinted hli d uties. Rev. Mt ' . Talf j y lip just returned 'from belui; assistant recto r of n largo chinch in Calcutta ,-I ndia, for tho pn.it tl w years . Mrs. Foley entertained the Ladles Aid of tiio church Wednesday afternoon in tho .im r s onasc. A guild meeting of fit. Mary ' s Ch ufcli will b e held Wednesday afternoon at the chinch. , A. Gottlieb , wliq. ran tho Parkway P avilion on tho lata this m immer , hns rented tho Hawth p rno ' . ' C rest on tho Middle Country rd. Davi s and Dufflold have the contract to build Mr, Fnt i lknoi - ' a h ouse on Ro n - konkonm ave. - .: ' \ ' - . - ' : -LAl J£ : 'RONKONKO0SA. Mr. , and'Mrs. Henry Geigcrich were , weekend guests at Bc&ker Brothers. Mattie Curtis and a friend from B rooklxn leit Sunday on a hunting trip ' up-state. They both said they would b ring back a big buck. Albert Marlnclll and wife spent the weekend at their summer home here. Sylvester Covogno, Miss Genevieve Sllensky, James Mc l nery and Miss Tll- llc Co vo g na, spent the weekend at Miss Slle nsky. i ; bungalow. The card party which was to have b een held at Becker ' s casino Saturday evening, Nov. 7 , has been postponed until Saturday, Nov. 14. This is for the benefit of St. Mary ' s Church. Phili p Hans of Portion rd. is driving a new Durant coupe. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hoyt of New Jersey were weekend guests at the home of Mrs. Mattie Newton. Mr. Hoyt whose early years were spent at Lake Ronkonkoma enjoyed calling on old friends. . Tw n n.l * ( „. C.I, r f « ^ r T m - i I en ^ -intrn been staying a few days at their homo o n the Lake. Tho superlntendepts and inspectors of the Pilgrim Hospital in Brentwood enjoyed a dinner and supper at Jack Browne ' s Tavern Thursday. Miss Josephine Keber and Miss Thelma Hankon of Broadway ave., Holbrook, spent the weekend at the Cenacle in preparation for their first communion which took p lace there Sunday. Every effort was iriadc by the sisters of the Cenacle to make the visit of the girls a pleasant one. The ch urch was beautifully decorated and there was special music for the occasion. The gi rls , appreciate especially the kindness of Mother Ru th Keating and M other Libby. A'beautiful autumn * wedding took place in St. Josep h' s C atholic Church at Lake Ronkonkoma Tuesday morn- i ng, Oct. 27, when Miss Lillian Mc- Menamin , daughter of Mrs. Katherine McMcnamin of Lake Ronkonkoma, . was married to Walter Bigelow. The ' Rev. Father Delaney officiated ' at the nup- tial mass and the wedding Inarch was played by Mrs. William Elliot of Say- ville. Tho bride was accompanied to the altar and given In man - la g e by Percy Wahnemaker of Farmingdale. , Her maid of honor was Miss Winifred Scheffman of Brooklyn and Frank ' Mooney of Ronkonkoma acted as best man. The bride ' s gown was of white satin trimmed with Irish point lace. She wore a head dress of crepe and carried-a bouquet of chrysanthemums. The maid- of honor was gowned in maize -colored satin and tat. She wore a green hat with shoes to match and carried a bouquet of yellow flowers. Following the ceremony a, ' w edding breakfast was served at the . home of the brlde ft mother. ; Among :the 'guests wer , l»- . ryov. . * avi»c4. . . ^w , ' w i - \r- ' l *: \ 'Mw|^^a n^^BRef; l Mr. l toa , Krs l . 't^ hoi m o S Fish, Mra; ' S t an * ; - Mesers , , -M r. - ' aiid' ' Mrs. Monlsey, ' Mrs, ; Hanaran , Mr. Brady, Mrs. Bong, Mr ' , and Mrs, Web- ster, Mrs. Barry, M rs. Tobln , Miss ' Winif red ¦Scheffman , Mrs. Weber , Mrs. Dunn , Frank Mooney, Mr. and Mrs. Pratt , Mrs: pavlson, Mrs. C. Murray, Mrs. Walter Novak , Mi ss Marie Rugan , Francis Fish , Mis s Enery. On Monday evening a Democratic rally was held at Becker ' s casino. Thcro was good music and plenty of rpfrcshmonts. Mr. and Mrs. E. Rlsch entertained a number of their friends over the week- e nd. , Mrs, George Comins gave a party at her home Monday evening In honor ot her birthday. Quite a number of • friends from Ronkonkoma were in- vi ted. , Lopls Hellmnn is sporting 0 new Au- burn p haeton. IS! N® REASON f l iR| TO RISK ' . . ' ' ||' ¦ ' m , ' < i - i • There is no reason to risk | j * your securities and other vol- |i| ^ aables to the dan gers oi hre ¦ |;j j * and theH. Avail yoatseti oi |:| ^ the ' protectio n aff orded by. i oar Sate De posit Vault u i here J | $ you can rent a Private lock ^ 1 j Box f or onl y $2 up p et year. I j , , n.B.DAYTON. Prosldenr \\ j;j . • S, FORREST . flA Y NOn . V/c o Prat. - AY . a. . . H.E.O/WIS . Coi hior II' Ul , ]HE BMK0FP 0STjEFFE RSOm Port Jef f e rson, L.I.M I ; h:i) | | ^ \f HE BANK .W I T H T.H E CHIM E CLOCK fl j j j / V / 1 3 ORGANIZED IB89 I N \N ^ -J| jjj f l No E xcess Killing Reported When Huntington Season Opened on November 2. No frantic jump Into a cyclone cellar was u Ecessary for the inhabitants of Setauket when the restriction for the members . of the Setauket Gun Club terminated on Nov. 2 in regard to the opening of the hunting season. Only sporadic reports could be heard during this day which is often celebrated else- where with a f usllade against the d a nl-j zons ol the woodlands. . This is proof of a highly developed sportsmanship and a sign of high culture of the mem- be rs. The blind killing instinct of former _ days seems to be replaced by good sportsmanship and the big \I\ seems to be ' suppressed enough to be content with . le ss , than the Bag. . Th e . abhorrent ' sight pfv a- \hunter \ 'w . i tiv bulging ' ^ pockets, ' . - 'bi opds fc ihe ' d . (l anQs. :i ^ - j - » * -; *% .;.* : .i ~£ ,i ii \ ^ ' . -^ i ^ iH. -t^ . - .^ . s . -' ^ T. - . i .:... * - •TS \Hi ' is *iw.*v ttw w . ' « tvw - i( i« uuT.! ' esque landscape, ' a Riviera ' nnd Swltz i- . Orland combined. T ^ he motto of a: g un ' club is preservation and not extiSfmina- , tio n. At; lost, why riot follow'the cus- tom of . th e Old. Country to present to ' the property owner o part of ! yoiir- bag request of tho members . and guests , participants of the last weekly trap- shooting, some more trap-shootings will be held by tho Setauket . Gun Club on tho grounds of Assemblyman James Dpqllng; South of the R. . R, T rack i on the ' road to St. George ' s Goll Club. Time: Saturday, 2 p. ' in. .Guests are h eartily welcome . Gunners At Setauket Show Sportsmanship Saturday evening;, No tf . tf , 9t8 P- ttj - Lie utenant John Fi rmerty, p. R. }:., will lecture on \Fake rs I Have M # f, \ at the Fire House of 'the MtrBn t aTOTre Co mpany. Mr. Firmerty • is • a member ot t ' hc Ne w York Police • DeBitrttfKKit. and Is reported to be the holder of more medals than any mail ; in .- tfie world. • . , i. n . i '' • Mr. and Mrs. Chnrlcs T. Dnvls , spent the weekend in Brooklyn. ¦ ¦ . , - .. :: i„ - ,. , . Mrs. Egbert Petty, who has been \!!! at the home of her daughter, M t s. L. H. Davis , returned, to her homo mt i Eort , - Jefferson Station Thursday ' .i nuc t tiim- pr ored in health. ., , ::l;;i;;ii M r. aild Mrs. A. P. MOite - spent Election Day here - ''\ »\ ' - ' - l,:! *i , ..j Mrs. Wicdrccht and son William of Brooklyn . ' ¦ spent Tuesday 1 '\ ¦ '' -Waiting j friends here. ' ' \' l ' : \ 1 ' ' . \ * - ' ' : ,, ' ¦ ¦ . ¦ :•¦ ' ¦ . . ^ 'i i- nx : . M r . 'Ernest Goebel has , returne d J[nQm . ' a hunting trip in the AdJron ^ ckS j , - - , i ; i jV tjs ;- i ^ tia : ^ aa i k, at- : paid ^ n ^sr e ^j ^ ii t l fc ^ ir* ? « « >.* <i * -* '* fc* » | *^ r i ;: iP *T\ t T \T' . > |f* * «Jirr ' .\ . \M Mrs . G. Roys. / ' - .. ' ¦;¦ ¦ ' ' j-^ ' s& j ' . r - .i & i - ' ¦ ! ' : : . V' ¦ . . Mr. and Mrs. Eemsen-spoilt Tu u sdny \ 'y\ . at jheir home. Sere. • \' i: i -w i of' ¦ \ - \* » . The school children e j ijoVeoI' 1 , ' a K H allowe ' en party last FridAjf. ' ; ' r ' \ '\\ S , The executive committee of.. t ^ W. B u '\ folk County Farm Bureau . J i a ' s ' . offlcl{ iJly ' •» < deleg ated John S. Ryder ' 6r ., ^ . ^ er Fl rtce , vice-pvcsldent ,9! ^ tlje: County Farm Bureau, to represent- the \'local or e nnizatlori at the sixteenth' : ' aiii t t fal meeting of the New York' S tate -Fn i ' m ¦ Bureau Federation to lie : hel d i at Rcchcster November 6 and 6, ' - - '>•¦> ; • ' • Mount Sinai __ ! _ - . \\ ¦• ¦ ii y \ '\ \ \ A \ii iiiiNDRV siiiivscij \i'd n \ iiVEi iy 'iioMK I UNIT SYSTEM LAUNDR Tf Mlimii COUNTRY ltOAl) SMITI1TOWM IIRANCII , I. 1.1 WION B l H M1TIITOWN I17H 1 THE SCIENTIFIC! SANITARY LAUNDIIY _ ^ I F AI . I- TIMI' . TAHI . K I iiuinn ti ' oitT ami rniiT )I ' .ii'i: i ihon h - t kam hoax 00. Ill IMrot Del, l l llli , IIIHI \ ' ' \ a • l' Mt\\t H u mlay « »r ^ \il S EJ K ^ iUE ^'M K X rSH W v ' ., j} \ ' ' (I t MMRni PAUK llll'V ' ' ¦' ! ' • ¦ ' , • ' ^ • • \ lii ¦ ¦ UI'K&IM . 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' . \ \ ' ; iioucd and Iclln-diled lumber In nil dm s tnndard sl m nri' d .1 widths and Hi a ddition opeiutu a moilevn mxw mllK tlh4., V if ( . ' \ ' ; ¦ ciiiibl c u you to ohtaln lumber lu n tei'lalnof untmuft) « ( )#i\wl + f If ] ' ;| i ' - tl o n nt ooiml i lornlilo s a vlu gn . \\' ,, :! , - 1 • \ ¦ ' ' ' • \ • • ! l\ v .V ' .» our i t encrnl - uuiMliiK /uipply dopi i rtmimt can n ) «o l|il7 || A ymi ;;} o ffoct eo iiBldcmhio m vlnp on imlloniilly known nnd bmndi ' d \ • , i{ b uilding inippllim of nil lil inli . . ' it ; '> •' •¦ ' Nv ,i d , i; ;ij , L0PER BROS , LUMBER S J s PORT JEFFERSON STATI ON nOCKYVI fl O J NJr ; M '}. ' ¦ ¦ ¦ IPJiono Port Jeff o w ori 1 OS i f ) ; lw,. - p ; ; ' .;: - .. : . - ; a \ . ' . ' ' ,.;. : ,, - ; .. . . . ¦ ¦ , ¦ . ¦ ' , . - ? ¦;¦ ¦, : s , \ ^ m \ > \m - ¦{ ' l U p y -V - v \ « < ¦ \ • > ¦ .C . ^ ' li ' , ! , ;, ' ,, ¦ l » , U v > M . J , ; .,;, . 'J i V li ' i ^ . 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Onion Ovo r .! ¦ IInrlman ' 11 Jewelry fltoro 1 Lady In Attendance . .. . < > i - . . —, ¦ ¦ \ ¦ 1 ¦ '¦ ,, . . m ^ Mmmmm ^ T REA L BARGAIN ' n . tTiiF.it than » » y e A SHIP A I'IN fe l o\f PLAYER PIANO (I tepoH n oiiiicd i BACK TO FACTORY WILL SELL FOR - $f 07 BALANCE DUE ICi t fi nny Termii n» low m $3 r» inonlli , 1 liichulliii! neuch, Rolls nml Uellv- ' cry, Von Re t tiio iJctmRt of money ' pnl i l hy orlulnnl customer. Write A. D. Muck , Pept , of Acoouilts. LESTER , INC. Wa rehouii a 17 Flntfciuli Ave. , tti - ool c lyn, N. Y. ' ' '- ;- - •¦ \\ I A Bladder Ph ysic In n iiii'iHcliin lli nl wnrl ii mi llm lilmlil M riuiliir nil nn llm liiiwnU, Driven n li nnurillri nml hki»a» i i dI i I i Unit cull . IrMindon which ro m il iK In k c IIIik i 1111 Mrti l trtiminiit iiuMrc, iMi riilnu, l > u imn» u< llftlll l noh o, Out A a i o Ullt Mi* q l- IUIK W r in «r. \i' iil»lBt« l tiio pltmtim t lilmiiloir uliyi Irniir iui y ftrmmlit. -MW< «»n r ' iuyl . ll n rollivcil «ii l»tt iiml n l your mnit f y, Vi will, ' Ip ul 'v |)oU»r;;A>(lW , ' , tlil>i ,;. « . n f j i l lniC , i«l Wii * u « i yo ur 1 ¦ HWlw r . , »» « |i. Ittrrt - Hr W1110, fart J «K«rf«ii , WU P f M ; ,| i'l' ; l : 'fU(h i toi ' ¦ ¦ W- - <ffi 4 . - m & u $ A With Die coinin g of cold weather our thoughts turn towards Christmns a nd the holiday decorations. None wants to go without Christmas decor- atio ns him s elf, or ask his neighbors to do so. b ut the Conservation Com- mittee docs plead for a \safe and sane use ol Christmas greens. The sl ogan is \Help save the laurel , ground pine and holly, which ard fast disappearing from our woods. ' ^ Laurel should be cut sparingly at all times. Ground pine is so easily pulled up by the roots that years of growth v»ill be lost in 11 few minutes, end the woods need that valuable ground covering. What c an w e do about it? The Garden Club of America ad- vocates starting a garden in which to grow your own Christmas greens, nnd gives list., of what to plant. But that takes time. Meam y hlle it gives addresses of dealers who grow the re c ommended greens and ot whom you cn i buy them. The New England Wild Flower Preservation Society gives four salient points? 1. Moderation In decoration. 2. N o use of laurel , ground pine o r holly. • 3. Use of artificial decorations If p ossible- . 4. N o outdoor decorations. Number 4 does not include li ght- ed living trees which ndd so much beauty to the landscape at Christmas ti m e , or wreaths of recommended g reens. • It roIcrs pTlnclpally to the rbpes . ' pf. laurel used;-iih' s o many civic c ^ l era. ' , 'i: ; . ' ./. , \ v - -.. » . ^ . ' '' ->l - ' ' v, -v' ¦ ' ' \ :• . ' \ - ' :. - ' . r . >. Tho ' ¦ . ' . ' aorden ; ,. JPlub f > o*.v )A)florhW u l ri ^ a M liat ^ mUis . be ' mail e , . 6t . ,:'itt balsam, ' . tips , of red o nd White j lne, hemlock or juniper , with cones, bright winter berries , • a torch of gold or sliver on the canes , and edge of pine needles , everlasting flowers or seed-pods ' of some of bur flowering shrubs , nil make most decorative nnd attractive wreaths. The a uwassctt ' Ga rden Club is nsked by the Conservation Committee to do nil It can this year to help In this work, and be a shining example for its nel j nbors to follow. Suwasset Garden Club - RICHARD W. HAWKINS On Wednesday evening, N ov. 11, at 7. '30, In tho lecture room of the Port Jeffe - rson Baptist Church, a cast from the members of tho Christian En- deavor Society arc presenting a piny fo r tin; bimeflt of the Missionary So- f Wry. A Mirer . -ifferi n i : will he taken. Th e plot, nt the play is basf;d on Mr, Gniulniit - , ' . who. fihout to whin his will, ll ur i a riw c it. is mom of a task than hi' rlinueht , f n the couiw of events thei r vouni! sen. Onear, realizes his lite irat ' H and unno i n i oi - s his Intention. '' , of i t olnii into the ministry, due t o the ln- fl u e ncft of his pa -i tor , f le v. Noble. Tl w ca.it 1.1 as follows : Mr. Goodman Donnell MeClellnn Mm. Goodman Irene; Ncwbcrrv Oscii r Ooorlman Guerdon Ramsey floT O thy aoodrnan Dorothy U > c R ' : v. Nobl ft Nel. 'ion Cu e mim Mrs. Noble U lll an Pendleton Sa mmle Nohlo Harry Mm - slml A p le a. ' . nnt and ln. ' , plrl ng hour It aurcly In s toro for everyone. All n« welcome. \The Double Gift \ To Be Presented at Ba ptist Church The children in the East Middle I sland ochool held a Hallowe ' en party Inst Thursday afternoon at tho school- house , under tho auspices of the teach- ers , LcRoy Albi n and Mrs. Davis. A play under the direction of \ Mrs. . Don- ald Ferguson was presented ' after which irnme s were In order. Refresh- ments ot Ice crenm and cake wound up the afternoon. This day being the birthday of Mr. AlWn the children presented him with a e ' ft nnd n birth- day enko. A now flag \ - polo Is being installed at the rchool house which will be more in keeping with tho appearance of the building than tho old one. A rMwou tn , . ertrlnn r niimhl. fl V P flTl tllO road to Ynphank near Unr l .lett' s po n d o n t' rtday evening- , miii dimpl to Hm effo rts of nclRhbors with fire extln g - uiahoi ' H nnd tho . Coram lire depart- , inunt , It wns badly burned about the body i uv.1 top. No on o wan Injured. T wo lai'irn ' cars came together on the Middle Country road west of Bren- ner ' s store on Saturday afternoon , badly •Jtunngln u both cars , bu t wlth- 1 ou t . serious Injury to the occupants 1 nsltic from minor cuts and bruises. It ' was the same old - fc lo i y -at trying to 1 Vinss n truck. 1 Mrs , Ri chard Dnyles and son Albert I Biiylcn iipo nt Sunday evening nt Hie ' h ome of Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Cnr- H' . nii nt Center Moriches, 1 Novemb er hns arrived nnd with no killing tiosts In this locality, which Is I ve ry ronittrknblo. Tiio d n lillon nml oili er i lnwcr/i are litlll In full bloom nl thin within- A Hnllowo ' eti party ntul Bnmes was nn Joyed by (ho children of tho West MU U I li! Islnnil school 011 Friday after- noon , u niliir tho tlli ' ootlon ot tho touch- r.i' , Ml«a Holmes. Middle Island I'lUE WOOD For comfort nnd licnt use l i nrd- w ooil , sawed In handy lun e thii for Ihc- ji ln co or n tovo. Dellvofed to your door. Hound , H; Split. (5 , por H ton truck load, A postal will urln n It to you, E. B lnilto , Miller Plnoo , P. O , Box 3H7 , Port Jcl t crBon at q tlon. ¦U4B It Pa y i to Advertwe V. , ' - - A,, . \ ' 1 * . ' - fo il* ; \ ( ' ' ' . ^V•-V.^^' ;^- •l! i il. , ; v, ¦ ' ¦; v; . 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