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The daily review. (Freeport, N.Y.) 1921-1926, June 13, 1921, Image 3

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ROOSEVELT SCHOOL PUPILS TO RECEIVE MANY CASH PRIZES Exam-n June 24 -Two Teachers To Have Double Wedding June 27 Roosevelt, June 13.-It is planned to lave Assistant District Attorney Kivin ¥. Edwards addrems the graduating of the Roosevelt schools next evening, June 24. His present limess will probably be over before that ime. «'The same evening $50 in prizes will &' awarded as follows: $10 in gold, given by Harry Brock: geyer of Freeport, to the pupii in {rade § attaining the highest average. $5 donated by J. Dolan of Roosevelt 0 'the pupil in Grade 7 attaining the Mchest average. .§$5 for Grade 6 given by Major John Mxon. $5 for Grade 5 given by John Behr, Iso $5 for Grade 4 given by Mr. Behr. $5 from Harry Katz for Grade 3. $5 from C. Winleis for Grade 2. $5 from Henry Markwalter for the upil having the highest attendance ecord with no tardiness in Grade 1. $5 for Kindergarten given®by George Vaiker for highest attendance with 0 tardiness. On Saturday, June 25, the following Unless an electric washer-wringer can demonstrate its worth to you, it's not the washer you want. The Gainaday does just that. It handles the wash so easily and thoroughly and carefully that it sells itself. It saves so much that it actually pays its way. Washing time, the wear and tear on clothes, your health and strength, your money-all these are conserved through the regular use of the Gainaday, 61 No. Village LET US DEMONSTRATE The Gainaday has so many highly improved advantages, you must almost see to believe. drive, handy switch button, etc., persons will- give an outing. for 'the clams which his the highest attendance with no tardiness: President, John Tucks, John A: Behr, Hepry J. Bauer, Henry Mark- walter, Rev. Hiigo Pohimsnn, Rebecca Stuart, Edward Becker; Dr. F. B. Ber- gen, Gertrude M. Westevelt, Wm. J. Gillesple, The marriage of several members of the faculty will occur the coming. sum- mer but all will return to their duties in the school in the fall. Misses Brow- nell and Gissell. will have a double wedding on June 27 in the Church of Transfiguration, Freeport. Miss Brow! nell will be married to Chester Curtis Fulton of Freeport and Miss Gissell to Carl Kemp of the same place. A num ber of teachers will remain here to at- tend the events. FREEPORT FRIENDS SURPRISE MR. AND MRS. CONKLIN ON SILVER WEDDING DAY Freeport, June 12.-A surprise cele- bration of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Conklin of 271 Wallace street was held at their home Two tables were laden with gifts to the couple. The house was prettily decorated for the occasion and a very enjoyable repant was served. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. C. W, Conklin, Mr, and Mrs. George K. Voskler, Mr. and Mra. E. K. Soper, Mra. Ida Taylor, Mr. and Mrs, George Munsey, Mr., and Mrs. HERE'S THE WAY TO PROVE WORTH OF THE GAINADAY in A wringer that swings into amy. position, zinc cylinder, copper tubs, automatic friction are some of the neal advant nge, You will be Interested to hear the whole story. This Extra Special Offer is for You---We Urge you to act Quickly ---You Have Everything to Gain, Nothing to Lose. £ Gainaday Electric Co. *-- Harold O. Klinkenberg, Agent Ave. - Rockville Centre, N. Y. 2 Weeks Free Trial --- $5 Down Richard Conklin, Wilson Southard, Reta Southard; Sealey Southard Mrs. Maggie Southard, Mrs. Frank Chap- man, Frank -Chapman, Mildred Chap- man, Mre. and Mrs. Clarence Terry, Miss A. Terry, Mr. and Mrs. M. King, John King, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Davis, Miss Dorothy Winters, Mr. and Mrs. J. Grafiner, Mr. and 'Mrs. P.. finer, Mr. and 'Mrs. Dilger, Miss'M. Driger, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Smith, Mr. and Mrs. W..Gaynor, Mrs. Hazel Scott, Mr. | and Mrs. Charles Lewis, Mr. and Mra. E. Dopp; W. Pearsall, Mr. and Mrs Charles Miller, Mrs. L. Wens, Mr. j Wells, Mr. and Mrs. F. Young, Edna and Helen Young, Miss K. Miller, Miss F. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Richards, Mr. and Mrs. E. Becker, Mr. and Mrs Ryder, Mr. and Mrs. Frew, Alex. Frew, Mr. and Mrs, Gelula, Herbert | William | and | Elyvine: Richard, | Miss | Alma Conklin, Harry |Conklin, Mr. and Mrs. E. Conklin, ”ELM“! Mrs. Frank Conklin. | The python is considered the lar | est snake in the world. It is found in | the East lindies and in the thmum-1 Islands. Advertising in 'The Daily Review | reaches the individual prospect, and ul- | ways proves a profitable investment paying quick dividends. | An advertisement in The Daily Review goes directly into the homes of Nassau | County people you want to reach Start now, keep the ad running and it « | I | | i | | | will bring good results Your Home Phone or come in and we. will quickly I arrange for a demon- | gtration of the Gaina | day. We will | do a washing for you -if you desire. Then you will know that the Gainaday is the wash er you want. Easy Payments The Gainaday will save ite price in one short year. Add up your monthly \laundress*\ expense and figure for, yourself. « F or one week only _, beginning JUNE 318 [N FREEPORT CLEANED-WHITE-HEAD-RICE NEVER SOLD In BULK fie 4/23 INC, NEW York S a dainty dessert, or, if you prefer, as a delicious, appetizing dish with the meat course for dinner tonisht-serve Astor Rice. For this week only, a full pound package of this finest of American Rice will be given free with every pound purchase of Hotel Astor Coffee,. | If you are not as yet a steady user of Hotel Astor Coffee, you will so appreciate its rich full flavor. Its careful blend and flavor in- sure always the same delicious cup of coffee. Sold in moisture-proof, parchment lined con- tainers in the bean or ground, as you desire. At ell dealers ServeHotel Astor Coffee for breakfast tomorrow -you will find it fre- grant and refreshing {

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