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THE NASSAU POST, FREEPORT, N. FRIDAY, DECEXRER 22. 1816 THSBR News From Eastern Nassau County ROOSEVELT The reg u lar m e e ting of the Roose­ velt H a rm o n y R e p u b lican A ssociation was held la s t night in the Coard of T iad e H a il, officers for th e year w e re elected. The M assapequa D istrict School will I give an en tertainm e n t on Friday af- , ternoon, December 22, at 2 o'clock. ' F a r t one of the program will he the story of C h ristm a s. P a r t two, Santa C laus and bis toys. aw arded for costum es. Tickets, in­ cluding w a rdrobe, 35 cents. They as­ sure all a jolly good time. The Rev. Dr. A. F. Cavanaugh, d is­ trict superintendent, will preach in the Roobevelt M. C. C h u rch Sunday morning. He will hold the quarterly conference directly a f ter the service. MASSAPEQUA NEWS The W omens Suffrage m eeting at M assapequa last T h u rsday afternoon was attended by about fifty women, quite a num b e r of whom cam e from nearby villages. Mrs. Raym o n d Brdwn, a well in­ form ed and eloquent speaker, ad d ress­ ed the m e e ting and eieated consider­ able enthusiasm . Mrs. F. G reen of the county org a n i­ zation, was also present. Mrs. L. B. Adam»% Ls president of the local league. M rs. C. W orden vice-presi­ dent and Miss Helen H a ight, secre­ tary. BELMORE ITEMS The Bell more Advance Hook, Lad­ der and Engine Cofnpany No. 1 are going to hold an old time dance on S a turday evening, Jan u a ry 27th. H a rry Self has secured a position with the New E ra P r e s s of Lynbrook. !,ast T h u rsday a jolly fishing party left B ellm o re to go out deep sea fish­ ing on the good ship “Captain Joe.” Among those who w e n t were F a th e r King. F red Woods. Nick Meyer, and his son, Nick Meyer, Jr., Jack Hodg­ son and Mr. Wolfe, all from Bellmore. Mrs. W ilsct and Mr. F a ller of W an- tagh. They all enjoyed them selves im ­ mensely on their way out, but arriv - ng at th -? plac* severa' w ere stricke n with sickness. Mr. U llset caught the largest fish, a cod, w e ighing 28 pounds F a ther King, Jack Hodgson. Win. Wolfe and Nick M eyer each c a u g h t 1 The Jolly Six. of Bellm o re, are going to held th e ir second annual masked and civic ball i'» the Tti i l r\o'-e Firem e n ’s Hall on Saturday evening, F e b ruary the I b ird. Prizes will he SEAFORD The dance given on Friday evening cl last week by the A thletic B ranch of the Y. M. 1. C. proved a great su c ­ cess. K itty W anser won -the popular­ ity contest with a m a jority of about 3,200 votes. WANTAGH ITEMS L u ther B. Lee. awell known resi­ dent of Jerusalem for m any years died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Llbbte D reyer on Friday last. He was 80 years of -age and is survived by his wife, Elizabeth, and two daugh­ ters, Mrs. D reyer, and Mabel Lee. The funeral services was held on DeMott place on Monday afternoon, conducted by Rev. Thom as B raithw a ite. The interm e n t was in Greenfield cem etery. The C h ristm a s entertainm e n t will be held in the Episcopal C h u rch on T h u rsday, December 28th. Miss Helen Mills of Union Course, spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. C h a rles E. Mills. Percy W. B ehrens, proprietor of B randt Pom ’ , is s p ending a part of the w inter in St. Paul, Minn. C h ristm a s exercises of the M emorial C h u rch Sunday School will be held this I F riday) evening. Mr. and Mrs. H o w ard K etcham , of Hoboken, spent Sunday with Mrs. K e tcharn’s m o ther, Mrs. . W a rren Jam e s. Lieut. E r n e s t F rederick s wife and lead the Epw o rth League service, ning prayer m e e ting will be ’T h o u g h ts I Cbiid have moved to the Navy Officers subject, “T h e F ir s t C h ristm a s Circle of C h ristm a s.' A w a tch night service q u a r ters in the Brooklyn Navy Yard, and O u rs.” will be held the last Sunday evening ______ The subject for the W ednesday eve- if the old year from nine to twelve. The second annual C h ristm a s tree — anti tre a t of the Com m unity Ciub win be held at the village park and tri­ angle a t the junction of G rand and F lo hu rst avenues, jus> south of the M eirick road, Saturday night. A platform has been erected and a fine C h ristm a s tree procured, which will be decorated and brilliantly lighted. T h e re will be gifts for all the sm all children of the village, and 25 C h rist- n-as baskets are being prepared to carry C h ristm a s cheer to 25 homes. Let the good work go on. The E u c h re club m et a t the home of Mrs. J. W. Anderson on Tuesday a f ­ ternoon. Ten gam es w e re played a f ­ te r which refreshm e n ts were served. T h e first prize was won by Mrs. L. - w h n m ;♦ m A v r o n r e r n - L. Glover and the second by Mrs. C. T O w n o m IT m a V C o n c e r n . Southard. T h e next m e e t will be held a t the residence of M rs. Theodore N&ar. John F. J o n e s , m em b er of the county com m ittee from this d istrict, accom ­ panied by Thom as Brow n e, L. B. Adams and J. W. A n d e rsqn, attended the dinner tendered to the Republican officers elect on Monday evening, De- ec.niicr 18th, at the G a iden City Hotel. T h e re werfe about four hundred pres- Wc got a glim p se of the editor of the Post in the crowd, so presum e th e r e will be a full acount in another column. The children of the Presbyterian C h u rch Sunday School are preparing for the festival to*be held on C h rist­ m a s night. One lone man attended the suffrage m eeting. C o u rageous? Yes. If we can get his consent we will publish his nam e in the next issue. A letter dated D e c e m b e r I , 1916, a d d r e s s e d to “ The M e r ­ c h a n t s of Bellmore, L. I.” and s i g n e d by R. P. Dom- Schke refers its rea d e r s to The Bellmore Board of Trade for referen c e a s to his r e ­ sponsibility t o live up to the various claim s he m a k e s . T h e Bellmore Board of Trade is u n a c q u a i n t e d with Mr. D o m s c h k e and k n o w s n o t h i n g of his res p o n s i b i l ­ ities. Bellmore Board of Trade, P J o h n s o n , P r e s . * F. Roberts, The C h ristm a s exercises of the Mcihodi i Sunday School will be held this evening (S a turday) in the church at 7:30. Mrs. Anna Connors, who has had an attack of the grippe, is around again. Miss K a therine Ling spent W ednes­ day of last week in-Seaford. Mrs. George Jam e s and daughter, B e a trice, of H u n tington visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiebcl several days last week. The Sunday School of the M ethodist Episcopal C h u rch will hold its C h rist­ m as entertainm e n t in the church to­ night (F riday evening). A fter the program the usual C h ristm a s tre a t of candy and fruit will be distributed in all departm e n ts of the Sunday School excepting the cradle roll. A num b e r of w illing w o rkers will visit the hom es r t the little folks in the cradle roll S a turday afternoon with th e ir C h ristm a s gifts. Tht prim ai y dt p a rt men t will hold h p e d a l exercises in the church Sun day School and parents and friend ~ o children are invited to attend. .\ AUTOISTS .-. Avoid Cold Engines and Frozen Radiators. An Ounce of Engine Trouble Prevention Is Worth a Pound of Cu re. The HUGHES ELECTRIC HEATER Will take Care of Your Car During The Night and Have It W armed for you in the Morning. , HAROLD L. BUCKEN, E L E C T R I C A L C O N T R A C T O R 82 Church St., near Merrrick Road, Freeport The Ladies Aid Society met at the hom e of Mrs. Mary Raynor, T h u rsday afternoon. Miss ,\nna Schm idt of this village, is spending a few days with her aunt in Richm o nd Hill. Owing to illness, Rev. It. R. Roberts was unable to preach Iasi Sabbath. Mr. W illiam llaff left on Mondav for New B runsw ick, where he has obtained a position. George G. Sm ith, who underwen* an operation on his eyes, is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. H a rrison .1. • Young and daughter Elsie, started for Port O range, Fla., last Friday to spend the w inter. Mrs. Corodon Norton and son D u n ­ ham, have returned from Connecticut. They report two feet of snow. BALDWIN ITEMS T h e F a ir given under the auspices of the Ladies Aid Society of the M eth­ odist C h u rch, last, week, was a finan- citl success, Mr and Y rs. H o w ard W eeks are the paren ts of a young son which was horn last week. Mr. and .Mrs. W eeks now have two sons. An inform a l dance was held under the auspices of the entertainm e n t com m ittee of the Baldwin Country club Thursday, a t S o u thards H a ll on the M errick road. Xmas decorations w e re attractive. The C h ristm a s m e e ting of thy Ep w o rth League will be held in the chapel Sunday evening at 7 o'clock, i T h e leaders will be the M isses Edith ! S m ith and Mabel 1c M iller. Topic, “The F ir s t C h ristm a s Circle and O u rs.” The W om an's Foreign Missionary Society of the M. E. C h u rch was en !' | tertained last Friday a f ’ernoon by- Mrs. C h a rles H. Southard at her home on P a rk avenue, assisted by hci I d a u g h ters, Mrs. W illiam Mansfield and j Mrs. George Loss. An interesting pro­ gram on “A frica.” had been arranged j by Mrs. John G. Lnsch and was th o r ­ oughly enjoyed. A fter the program j delicious refreshm e n ts w e re serv e d . The Jan u a ry m e e ting of the society will he held at the home of Mrs. F r a n ­ cis W. M iller. SPECIAL SALE The latest M< dels—the most authentic styles, prices that are possible because we are fur hnanufuctureis stir sell furs only. Exclusive Models in Fur Coats Luxurious Styles HUDSON SEAL T h e re will he com m union service in the St. Michael and All Angels C h u rch at 8 o'clock on C h ristm a s m o rning. It is hoped that all the m e m b e rs will attend this service. A E u c h re was given under the aus­ pices of the A ltar Society of the C a th­ olic Church on Friday evening, De- G rand a v e n u e . T h e re was dancing a nd refreshm e n ts w e re on sale after the E u c h re. T h e re was a large gathering and also a jolly tim e for all present. The C h ristm a s exercises of Hie Pub lie School will be held at School Buildings Nos. 1 and 2. Friday after noon. P a ren ts and friends are in­ vited. A baby daughter arrived a t ,thc home of Mr. and Mrs. H a rry P. Cook of Lakewood Park recently. 1 r i m m r d w i t h c o n t r a s t i n g fu r l : full f l a r e „ HUDSON SEAL Full ripple ikirt; new model*; 48 inch H U D S O N SE A L T r i m m e d w i t h s k u n k b o r d e r , c o l l a r a n d cuffs ; 4 8 in c h * 110.00 # 150.00 ’ 175.00 Muffs and Neckpieces Call and See Us Before Weather Gets Gold Xmas Holiday Specials il Begin to-day to m ake preparation for th e Xmas and New Year M enus Freeport’s Leading Grocery House Attractive Price List Xmas Trees The finest assortment of trees that came to Freeport in years, at at a price that everybody will make Merry Xmas this year with a tree. What is Xmas without one. Look our assortment over. Below you will find some of our specials that will make your Xmas Dinner a treat. R. R. Plum Pudding 10 25 45c White Rose Plum Pudding, can 23c Pumpkin can 15c Figs Box 10c Dates Pkg. 12c Fancy mixed nuts --------- lb. 20c Squash can 15 c Bille’s Poultry Seasoning can 10c Citron lb. 25c Orange and Lemon Peel 20c Seeded R a isins --------- Pkg. 12 l-2c Fancy Table Raisins.......lb. Pkg. 25c Thyme or Sage ------------- Pkg ---- 5c Crystalized Ginger -- 106c 2 5c Mince Meat ------ ------ Pkg. 10c Mince Meat - lb. Muller’s Macaroni, Spaghetti or Noodles pkg lie Olives, plain or stuff, large hot. 23c Domestic Sardines ----- can - 4c Normania Sardines - can 15c Warfield Jam ----- Jar -- 14c White Rose Jam large Jar— 22c Beets can 14c Warfield Spinach can 15c Burton’s Vanilla and Lemon Extract ------- 20c N a t ional Biscuit Crackers. 5c pkgs 4c; 10c pkgs 8c. Sunshine fancy assorted crackers, lb. box 2 0 c Pure sw e e t Cider, a gallon 2 7c. A hull line of fancy fruits, cranberries, oranges, grapes, etc. Free Delivery JOHN 1. DOLAN 28 W est Merrick road Tel. 448-J The form al opening of ih r new school bonding No. 3. tc i phi o Mon day night last. The who! ■ b hiding was LiiilianMy lighted ’villi a- t ;p< lights and open for in spec-lion !>-• tin publie. The speeches and program for the evening w e re given in the i e m e rit, which was well fi'n n v • • 1 children and adults. The nrehes ra of the Mil :e 1 over.';\ Sore Iv. o 1 win furnished the m u sic. Mrs. '.’ah n ■ ’ u red \ r-1 'dei 1 ions iii h e r usual pleasing m a n n e r a phy­ sical exercise by 8 eighth grade pu- j pil in costum e ; folk da>-ee and folk ongs, and a story dr.ama.ti••.aH at pla> by three children in eosinm o . h he i. as heartily i-nj.ayv I • v in- large audience. Dr. W illiam .1. Steele, president o' the Board of Education, presided, and O h d h o o f \ - o i l n o d u**v ■ a h i '■ t h I m i l o ing of the school and nil conn c ried v i’h P ' \ d p r o g r e s - < d. S u p e rintend­ ent of schools, Mepham, of M errick, was a guest of honor on the platlorm •ird . tvd'e on school work. Other m e m b e rs of the Board of I’duetitIon also necepiid seals on the platform . At the close of the proirrn'u a rep re s i n t a - i v e ,f -he Ir. O V A . V No 57. of Freeport p'-< < ” ted Dr. Sm. V for the new school a flag and a bible. Mr C h a rles W h eeler tils'* n’.'ide o” behalf of Mrs. C h a rles H orvery, a presentation of a beautiful flag for the school, w1,i< h wa- *-rcoi\td and acknow ledged by Mr. Elbert A. I law - i-ins, J* is hoped that the fim open­ ing is a forc'-onner ' r I'm successful work of the new school. Exceptional Values Muffs Scarfs Skunk ...................... . $12 JR) Klondyke Fox .......... .................... .. ........... 22A0 16.00 Scotch Mole ............ .................................. 2.5.110 22 ..50 Hudson Seal .................. ........... . . Is.(M) HU.O 8 JR) Hudson Seal Stole... $47.60 Seotcn Mule S tole... The Nalinn's F u r r i e r A. RATK0WSKY 28-34 West 34th Street, New York. Xmas at the Rexall Store C I G A R S - - N o b e t t e r gift fo r him w h o n m o k e n . 1 e l u» su p p l y th e e i g e n a n d y o u r t a s t e will be b e y o n d e c r i t i r i u m lllurk & While, box ol 25 . . $1.25 Royal Sovereign, box of 50 . $1.00 I’oreeo. box ol 50 $2.50 Ko-Ko. box ol 25 . . . Ollieial Seal, box ol 25 I lor de Minot, box ol 50. *1.25 *1.25 *3.50 a -id m a n y o t h e r b r a n d s to s e l e c t from . R V.DW IX UK.II Ml IT. VI I II. H e m p stead High School nef gated Baldwin H igh School la t Sal iv day by a score of II to 10. BALDWIN HIGH SCHOOL Goals Fouls Points Storey, L. F. OH , It. F . Carl. C ................ Sprague- R . G. H u rley, E. G . R o tifer, L. C.. T o tals ........... HEMPSTEAD Holmes, E. F ............. 5 0 if HIGH SCIIOOI ............. !i 2 ?0 i Goals Fouls Points Ryan. If. F and C . th Sa- age, c ............................... rt H u tchison, It. G ..................1 M itchell, I.. G . . . . 7 P a tter on, I. F ............. 1 T o tals .......................... 20 C A N D Y — L a d i e s a p p r e c i a t e c a n d y . V e n a p p r e c i a t e giving it. I et us c o m p l e t e t h e c o m r i n a o o n . L e t us s e n d h e r a box w i t h y o u r c a r d ; o - d e r n . w - - w e will d e l i v e r it * h e n you w a n t us to. A p o l l o & W h i t m a n ’s in h a n d - c m e p a c k a g e s - - ! , 3, 4, 5 p o u n d hoxeV. USEFUL GIFT H l f i l S P e r f u m e s , T o i l e t W a t e r s & S a c h e t s F o u n t a i n P e n s T h e r m i s B o t t l e s H t W a t e r B o t t l e s R u b b e r G l o v e s G i f t S t a t i o n e r y P i p e s , C i g a r H o l d e n H a i r B r u s h e « M i l i t a r y B r u s h e s S a f e t y R a z o r s >1. K. ( I l l IMTI N O U S. At the .’.M h o d is t Episcopal Church the choir will render Christ -van m u ­ sic Sunday m o rning and evening. Tl. self r io- ■ in f he moi l i n g will he from Dudley B u ck’s \Coming of the King The people arc requested to or at Hit church prom p tly af ^alf pa -t ten to It e a r the prelude of the C a n tata. At the m o rning service the m o tor. Rev M. O. Lenity Ph. D., will prettf-h on “At the Stroke of Twelve,\ ami In the evening on \Room for Jesus.\ At 2:30 the Sunday School will gather in the A u d itorium ot the church and sing C h ristm a s carols. The pri- ,{ m a ry departm e n t will render a C h rist- j jj mas program . At seven o’clock M lsa.IJ Edith Sm itn and Miss Mabel M iller 'y L e a v e y o u r o r d e - s f o r Ice C r e a m for I h r C h r i s t m a s Dinnc QarenceS. Abrams, m-G. W e s t PHONE, No. 1 The f f i e f l C d t C Store

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