Freeport High School - Voyageur Yearbook (Freeport, NY)

 - Class of 1929

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M V , 'V i' , 'V V V -.V iq V . V A V.VV- ' ' Q V VV gi , , V , V, V V ' -V 1 .V 'M -491 ,, . , V ' V- jgwwv ,. ,'V f-V-V555-Q .W 4-', VWVVVMP V V " ' VVM .-,V V V 3:5 ---V sa. V ' V, , VV,V'1-V-vfwgm. V k - ' .f1i,,A.., A .6 V L V' V ' "W V 1 T., 'ZQV . K www' Vw- if " 4 V V. W'N'V'5' 5 . V . V ff' VV V ,V X , V MJ, .. my A. ,, V , V.-V 'Eff'-wwf , ,Q V. 'W 'V' , , ff V , h-.VWVX-5,VmV5g,,g S SR., , ATN.: VV-f..:.Vg 5: 3.x4v-35,mV,AAVw., N ,vs ., . ,..,.v.'-EAp:1:jL 1 , ' ,TQ . Vi, Q L 132 N a 1 4 m 0 32 32 X E PAc:uLTY 55 3 3 F53 I 38 Nm :Q i f lil I1 The ISI A R.: . Aw I I - I I 1112.111 HDUUHL 1111 1 BOARD OF EDUCATION When your editor asked me to write something for the year book, I said, "What, again?', "But this is another yearn he told me. And so I was reminded that again we are approaching the time when so many of those whom we have known in the various activities of the high school are going to step out into the next phase of their lives. I almost said "leave usn and then thought better of it, and substituted "step outf' None of us who have been connected with the school wants you of the Class of 1929 to feel you are leaving the school. The interest and the support of the alumni mean much to the undergraduates and to the teaching and supervisory forces. It is a tie which truly binds the school to the community. I,et's make it even stronger in the future. Make up your minds to do your part. Now, wherever you go, whatever you do for your future work, may it be well chosen and be successful. May happiness and all good things worth having be yours and may the training which you obtained in Freeport High aid now and then in the attainment of your worthwhile ambitions. On behalf of the Board of Education I say, "Congratulations and God speed." G. BURCHARD SMITH, President, Board of Education. IT 'wr 1929! 12 r IL'l'.IE"fC'-.lHI'.J 1111111 HDDUFIL 1111111 " It is difficult to put "one's finger" on the origin of the custom of permanently recording school activities in the form of a High School year book. The following inscription may in part cell something of the reason for our annual publication, "To Memory Wfacfwa Tbrougfa ffae Halls of Rc'c'ollec'fio1z Coma Tlaougfats We Long fo Greet." l To every student in H. S. there is an irresistible appeal about the story which these pages tellg-the story of achievement, of ability, initiative, industry and knowl- edgeg the story of a group intensely in earnest, where enthusiasm invites enthusiasm on all phases of school life-cztfaletic, social and scholastic. The year book has an appeal so natural and fundamental that it almost seems to defy explanation. It is genuinely a student production. As such it represents a real achievement. An achievement is a joint product. It reaches far back into the past and it carries forward. May the enthusiasm and accomplishment of the students of our school continue, and may each member of the class of 1929 continue to have a real vision of the true value of education. May the story of friendship and goodwill, so well portrayed in this year book, continue to typify your feeling toward Freeport High. Success and Best Wishes to the Class of 1929. JOHN W. DODD, Supcwinfefzdent of Schools. " ' 929 Wffzggs 13 IEIL-'C'-.EBI-I l l fb l llgnxzzxi GTDDUFIL 111111 I FACULTY james E. Haifleigh, A.M. Principal of High School Eloise Boller Secretary to High School Principal Ruth E. Cochran, A.B. Vice-Principal, Mathematics SUPERVISORS AND SPECIAL TEACHERS Melissa C. Quinlan Supervisor of Drawing Wilanna Bruner Supervisor of Music Etta M. Johnson Harold T. Confer, B.P.E. Paul S. Fish, B.P.E. Jessica W. Kay Evelyn P. Cartwright, B.S. Millicent E. Green, B.S. Harriet A. Church, B.S. Vivian Wells, B.S. Arthur B. Myers Howard R. Rundell Supervisor of Writing Physical Training Director Physical Training Director Physical Training Director Sewing Sewing Cooking Cooking Manual Training Sheet Metal Work Olive M. Swan, A.B. Librarian Maud L. Marean, B.S. English Cora L. Bockoven, A.B. English Bertha L. Huebsch, A.B. English Mildred G. Stewart, B.S. English Charlotte M. Benedict, A.B. History Gladys R. MacArthur, A.B. History J. Louine Rodger, A.M. History and French Paul S. Gilbert, B.S. Science Mary B. Buckham, A.B. Latin Sybil E. Sherwood, A.B. Latin Marion M. Wolcott, A.M. French Ruth Baker, A.M. French and Spanish Mable Skinner, A.B. Spanish Doris March, B.S. Mathematics Barton W. Snyder, A.B. Mathematics Adella E. Mattson Commercial Florence C. Stockwell, B.S. Commercial Marguerite Hayes Commercial Lily M. Waller Drawing ' l 1 ' "lu Will lf'lHll""' " ' l ' f 14 Tl T L G -I gg I1111111 HDDCIHL 1111111 is An undertaking, as important as the publishing of a Year Book, calls for the whole-hearted cooperation of a large number of people. The Year Book Staff and the Senior Class shoulder the brunt of this work as Well as the responsibility for bringing it to a successful conclusion. The support of the entire school is needed. The school has given its support and I believe will continue to do so, because the Year Book gives everyone something they want, a memento of their high school days. The large number of merchants using the Year Book as an advertising medium have helped to make it financially successful. We thank them for their support. I wish to congratulate and compliment the Year Book Staff and the Class of 1929 on the fine success they have achieved with the Year Book of 1929. JAMES E. HAIFLEIGH, Principal, T ' T ' H"11::ga 1' 15 l??tiLQaLQa QaLQ-3:1 l1929I V 16 A IIELLJ.:-s2.lJ.L':.2. 1" ..1.H1.:-52.4.51 x H9291 17 I l lil IH The lil I I llplgia HDDUFIL 1 i E V W l1929I 1 " , 18 gn: H L G Zn: 11111111 GDDUFIL 1111111l 435 The Junior High School tends to prolong the pupil's educational career. Instead of leaving school during the seventh or eighth year, many more pupils are completing the Junior High School course, and an ever increasing percentage of these remain to graduate from the Senior High School. During the present year eleven boys and girls who had previously left school to go to Work have returned to finish their Junior High Course. They have come back realizing their need for further training to meet the demands of life. It is our aim and desire in the Freeport Junior High School to help all of our boys and girls to appreciate the advantages and opportunities which further educa- tion affords. RUTH E. CQCHRAN, Vice-Principal. ' ' 929i f' 19 l l-I LH! Ll li --" Q5y "929I 111ww,,,mm 20 Ill 11111 HDUUHL 1111111 fix u:::.LJ- .1 - 1 5 1 H 9291 21 lllxttliiz HDDUFIL 111111 Ax fl i i I I l1929l 22 N 1 1 1 1 1 I m M 3 S CLASSES M is SE H V .1 R S if 1:2 I as i Sw f 1 15 sais t M K LESS' fe -55-'I I l fb I I lllllilll HDDUFIL 1111111 SENIOR CLASS HISTORY The Class of '29, in September, 1924, was as a ship starting on a long, hard, voyage across the sea of learning and now, after four years of prepara- tion, we are ready to set sail on the perilous sea of life. Gur class, the largest Freshman Class to date, won honor, even in its first year. "Dubsy" Hansen, George Harmer and Ben Minton represented us afield: Elizabeth Vtfetmore, Harry Ehrich and DeForest Ely, our class president, were outstanding in the class-room, and our successful tea-dance evoked the pride of all. A whole year of experience helped us to continue the good work in our Sophomore year. Gur dance was again a success and, while our classmates continued to win laurels on the gridiron and on the diamond as well as on the court, our class still maintained a scholastic standing far above the average. Karl Friedman was president of our class during that year, and needless to say, it was a very successful year under his able direction. As sedate Juniors, we left behind us that boisterous attitude which Sophomores think becomes them but we, of course, continued to uphold the honor and traditions of our class aneld as well as socially. The great social event was the Junior Pageant and Junior Dance. Our pageant was directed by Miss Benedict and it was as unique as it was beautiful. There were three acts: the nrst representing May Day centuries ago, the second, during the colonial period and the third, that of the present. Doris Holske was chosen May Queen and Einar Lehtonen, king. It was indeed a success, as was the dance which followed. However, we sophisticated Juniors soon became the dignified Seniors. Reviewing the past three years, we find among our representatives in various activities: George Harmer, "Joe" Hughes, Allan Cruickshank, Karl Fried- man and Irving Franklin on the football team, Ben Minton, and Donald Haig on the baseball team, Allan Cruickshank, Bill Colman, and Karl Friedman on the track team, "Ronny,' Hornbeck, George Forbes and Karl Friedman on the basketball teamg Burdette Chevallier, Bill Colman, "Joe" Hughes and Allan Cruickshank on the swimming team, and "Dubsy" Hansen in our three major sports, baseball, basketball and football, "Bob1' Hanse, editor-in-chief of the "Studentg" Einar Lehtonen, editor-in-chief of the "Year Book g" Betty Wetmore, Garry Goetchius, and DeForest Ely on the G. G. Council, Dorothv Strittmatter, Natalie Stanislaw, Freda Pisciotta and Evelyn Lockwood iii dramaticsg and Walter Blaile, Sol Pearlmutter and Freda Pisciotta in music. It seems only a short time ago that we entered this high school as fright- ened Freshmen. Yet we have been molded carefully by able hands and are about to leave as mighty Seniors. VVe, the Senior Class of '29, realize that much of the success we have at- tained has been due to the unceasing efforts of Miss Benedict, our facultv adviser, and we wish to thank her for the aid she has given in guiding ou-r ship toward our desired goal, Success. 24 3: If 6 C' nn Ill! 1111111 HDTIUFIL 11111153 " Vice-President , . . Secretary ..... Treasurer ...,,,.. Social Secretary ..,. G. O. Representative Faculty Adviser . . . Valedictorian . . . Salutatorian . . . Third Honor . Fourth Honor . . Fifth Honor . . SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS President, Einar Lehtonen HONOR STUDENTS . . William Rhodes . 4 , . Doris Holske Allan Cruickshank , . . . Olive Hingle . , . Harry Ehrich . . . Miss Benedict ,. De Forest Ely . . . Folsom Clark . . . Harry Ehrich , . . Robert Hanse Elizabeth Wetmore xx-..wl1929 ' ., I' -' v 'N pl' pw- J V y .Zn . A .- Il' 25 II I! 'i 0 Q 'I I! I FWS - l l I lla "C ri' I. I I 1 I I I ' I I . 3 I I . I 2 L l w VERA ASHBY Future: College 'llixceedingly well-read.', G, O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Spanish Club 35 Dramatic Club 45 Romantic Age 45 Traffic Squad 1, 45 Usher 4. MILDRED BERGMANN Future: Undecided "True beauty dwells in deep retreat." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 French Club 25 Glee Club 1, 2, 45 Picture Benefit 45 Captain Girls' Traffic Squad 45 Usher 45 Musicale 2, 4. GERTRUDE BERGEN Future: Lafayette College "A merry heart doth good like a medicine." G. O. 3, 45 Dramatic Club 45 Press Club 45 Romantic Age 4. IRVING BERMAN Future: College "A good lad and cheerful." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Class Basketball 45 Class Soccer 45 Traffic Squad 45 Usher 4. ima 929i ' Ll' . A .I l C 26 A lil IM L G lil 11 1 i 11 I I I fb l l ng-an--nz HDDUFIL 1-1--:ln l I If 1a11HIS ' 11' I l 1 w I I. i ,limi JOSEPH BITTERMAN Future: Cornell WALTER BLAILE Future: Music "I never found the companion that was '4Music is well said to be the speech of so companionable as solitude." G. O. 3, 4g Soccer 3g Class Soccer 4, Operetta 3. MARIE CASASSA Future: Savage "True merit is like a riverg the deeper it is, the less noise it makes." G. O. 1, Z, 3, 45 Spanish Club 43 Press Club 43 Glee Club 45 Track 3, 4, Class Basketball 1, 2, 35 Operetta 3g Musicale 2, 3, 45 Traffic Squad 1. angels." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Musicale 3, Assembly Pianist. CHRISTOPHER CHAPMAN Future: Fordham University "Men of few words are the best men." G O- 1 2 3 4' G. O-. Council 4' A. A. 43. Ai Council 45 Basketball Manager 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3g Musicale 2, 3. lltwi 999 fb '.... ll .V is I 'N 'ij' Il--A -1 , xi' . A -' 27 - S I-I IM L G IMI 11 M M 11 h-J rim at " i 1 I I 1:11:31 FIDUUFIL 1:1S l r " ' f 5 IF' Q BURDETT CHEVALLIER Future: Lehigh College UAH ounce of mirth is worth a pound of sorrow." G. O. 45 A. A. 45 Swimming Team 45 Basketball Team 4. FOLSOM CLARK Future: Columbia "The company of the just and righteous ' men is better than wealth and a rich estate." G. O. 2, 3, 45 Year Book 45 Latin Club 3, 45 Vice President 35 President 45 French Club 2, 35 Gavel Club 35 Football 3, 45 Baseball 25 Track 3, 45 Snow White 1. MARY CHRISTIE Future: Business 'AAnd true she is, as she has proved herself." G. O. 1, 2, 3. 45 French Club 15 Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Picture Benefit 45 Musicale 2, 3, 4. VVILLIAM COLEMAN Future: College "Our thoughts and our conduct are our own." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. O. Representative Music Club 45 Student Staff 45 French Club 35 A. A. 3, 45 Boys' Glee Club 2, 3, 45 Foot- ball 45 Soccer 2, 35 Swimming Team 3, 45 Track 2, 3, 45 Class Basketball 3, 45 Or- chestra 45 Operetta 35 Musicale 2, 3. 9211! ...J ll 1 l 'T 'xx l 'Il'-' l 28 A Il AX I fb .:-ss-:....:.e F r 1 'F Ms ,!'- FREDA CONDON Future: Business "Still water runs deep." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Musicale 2, 3, Picture Benefit 4. MARGARET DONALDSON Future: Savage 'tCome and trip it as you go, on the light, fantastic toe.', G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Staff 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, Press Club 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, -I-5 Class Basketball 1, 2, 33 Class Council 3, 43 Operetta 3g Picture Benefit 4-g Usher 1, Z, 3, 4, Musicale 25 Cheerleader -l-. ALLAN CRUICKSHANK Future: Cornell t'Vigorous, candid, ambitious guardian of our interestsn G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Year Book 4-g Spanish Club 2, 3, 4-g Press 4, A. A.-3, 43 A. A. Council 45 Football 3, 43 Swimming 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Class Basket- ball 1, 2, 3, 4, Captain 3, Class Treasurer 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4. WVILLIAM DOREMUS Future: Cooper-Union "Men of few words are the best men." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Radio Club 3, Glee Club 1g Class Soccer 4. llwi 9211! 'A .1 l -I V -I I 'k 'pl' ll--- -1 l , is , A .- ll' 29 I l IF lil I1 The nz: 1 n lllima l I ws 'T I l I ' IF' ' I I I I l , n lx I I I ALLAN EDWARDS Future: Cornell VIRGINIA EARL Future: Undecided 'A-seeming to add sparkle to eyes that were of deepest blue." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Staff 4, Art Editor Year Book 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, Basketball 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, Snow White 1, Operetta 3, Musicale 2. HARRY EHRICH Future: Architecture "He was a scholar, a ripe and a good one." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, G. O. Representative of Senior Class, G. O. Nomination Com- mittee 1, 2, Glee Club 1, Orchestra 3, 4, Picture Benefit 4, Prize Speaking Contest 2, 4. "There is no room for sadness When we see his cheery smile." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, A. A. 3, 4, Soccer 1, 2, 3. 4, Captain 4, Class Basketball 1. 2, 3, 4, Captain 4, Class Soccer 4, Captain 4. DEFOREST ELY Future: Swarthmore "France had Napoleon, America had Lincoln, and F. H. S. has her Derforestf' G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, President G. O. 4, Vice- President G. O. 3, Representative Class G. O. 3, Student Staff 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, Press Club 4, Gavel Club 3, A. A. 3, 4, A. A. Council 3, Assistant Manager Basketball 3, Manager Soccer 3, Class Basketball 1, 2, President Class 1, Vice President Class 2, Snow VVhite 1, Picture Benefit 4, Class Council 3, 4. 9 9 I I -I vb -x !'nl ll"-Q 5 , t . .Il 30 I ZITLG-35 fl ? FWS I 111111111 GDDUFIL 1111111 F X Il 1- 1 I l F MARIE FAGAN Future: Jamaica Normal l'Can one desire too much of a good thing?" G. O. 3, 4g Latin Club 3, 4g Secretary Latin Club 4. AMANDA FEUSTEL Future: Syracuse University "With all good cheer and laughter she spoke." G. O. 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 3, 4g Dramatic Club 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 4g Musicale 3, 4. BENJAMIN FEINSILBER Future: New York University "Silence is one great art of conversation." G. O. 3, 4g Press Club 4. GEORGES FORBES Future: Fordham University "Play up, play up, and play the game." A. A. 43 French Club 3, 4g Dramatic Club 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Football 4g Basket- ball 4g Track 3, 43 Class Basketball 3g Operetta 35 Romantic Age 45 Musicale 3, 4. iw: 929 4' 1' " ' T r v -- lil-I mu .Zi . 4 .' Il' 31 I . ' S . . I 222' 'C' -IRI .- As ' FWS 1 11111111 FTDDUHL 11.1111 I I - - 57' L ll I 1 1 IRVING FRANKLIN Future: Syracuse University "Let the deeds prove the man." G. O. 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 35 Spanish Club 3, 45 A. A. 45 Football 2, 3, 45 Track 3, 45 Class Basketball 2, 3, 45 Operetta 3, MADLEN FRITZ Future: Savage "Silence sweeter is than speech." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 45 Secre- tary 45 Glee Club 2, 35 Orchestra 3, 45 Mtlsicale 2, 3, 4. KARL FRIEDMAN Future: Columbia University "He is a man, take him all in all." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. O. Vice-President 35 A. A. 1, 2, 3, 4-5 A. A. Council 45 Basket- ball 3, 45 Captain 45 Soccer 1, 2, 35 Track 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Basketball 1, 25 Treasurer 15 President 2. GARRY GOETSCHIUS Future: Business "True Worth is in being-not seeming." G. O. 1, 2, 3, +5 G. O. Council +5 Student Staff 45 Soccer 3, -I-5 Class Basketball 25 Latin Club 35 French Club 35 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Operetta 3. XRNQ I 929 I' - v F -n vu' l"'!-'U 5 ..-.1 . A .. u 5 IF 9 iS A ll l, EIL? Le -55 - IF AX I A I fb I ---- . A .xr W 1,119 IF' SYBIL GROOME Future: Business "Silence is the mother of truth." G. 0. 1, 2. MARGARET HAGER Future: Business "God's rarest blessing is, after all, a good woman." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Basketball 45 Picture Benefit 45 Operetta 35 Mus- icale 4. WILLIAM HAAS Future: Lehigh College "By the work, one knows the Workman." G. O, 1, Z, 3, 45 G. O. Representative Year Book 45 A. A. 45 Circulating Manager Year Book 45 Spanish Club 35 Treasurer Radio Club 35 Track 3, 45 Class Basketball 2, 3, 45 Class Track 2, 3, 45 Class Council 45 Picture Benefit 4. ' DONALD HAIG Future: University of Alabama "Not that I like study less, But that I like fun more." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 25 Basketball 2, 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Swim- ming Team 3. new 1929i .1 ' I - x I -x u wg I w 33 s IF IBILFCC'-.IHS ,Hs A S . fix n ' fb l g 1111111 HDDOFIL 111111 f l -, - T 1 ' ' -si F 1 . . I I L - - - - ' ROBERT HANSE Future: Stevens "I am constant as the Northern Star." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. O. Representative Stu- dent 45 Editor-in-chief of Student 45 Stu- dent Staff 35 Track 3, 45 Class Basketball 1, 25 Class Soccer 45 Class Treasurer 35 Class Council 45 Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 45 Traf- fic Squad 15 Musicale 2, 3, 45 Usher 35 Picture Benefit 4, GEORGE HARMER Future: Oregon State "VVhatever he will do, he will always remain a man.'l G. O. 1, Z, 3, 45 G. O. Council 3, 45 A. A, 1, 2, 3, 45 A. A. Council 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Captain Football 45 Swimming Man- ager 45 Class Council 3, 45 Usher 3. RAYMOND HANSEN 5 Future: Syracuse University "No race is over till the last yard's won- HNO game is ever lost-until it's won." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Football 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- ball 1, 2, 3. ANNA HARMS Future: Katherine Gibbs "A true companion with an ideal disposition." G. O. 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 45 French Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 45 Press Club 45 President Press Club 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Basketball 45 Class Basketball 1, 25 Traf- Hc Squad 45 Usher 3, 45 Musicale 2, 3, 45 Picture Benefit -I-. tw: 9 91 u" '1 I ' 1 'N pl' ld I ' Xi' . - " i 34 lil I1 L G lil nm 1 1 11 l l fb 3111111 HDDUHL 1111115-I r 'l rims I KP "9 xi I 1 A ' -I ELLA HESS Future: Business PAUL HENDERSON Future: College "Gentle of speech-beneficent of mind." G. O. 3, 4-g French Club 3, 4g Radio Club 33 Picture Benefit 4g Traffic Squad 4: Usher 4. LAVINA HILL Future: Presbyterian Hospital "Precious jewels come in small packages." G. O. 2, Z, 4. "Silence is the perfectest heralder of joy." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Press Club 4: Glee Club 2, 3g Mixed Glee Club 43 Musicale 25 Picture Benefit 4. OLIVE HINGLE Future: Katherine Gibbs 'tThere is no wisdom like franknessf' G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Exchange Editor of Stu- dent 4g French Club 23 Dramatic Club 3, 4: Vice-President Press.Club 4g Class Council 35 Social Secretary Class 4g Pic- ture Benefit 4: Usher 3. 35 l I : cs I A kb I-I IM L G IMI M H Q I- .. S 45 I l ,fb ulgxtzixi GTDUUFIL 1-31331 I 1 I' ' M l r F l IF' l I H , 1 DORIS HOLSKE Future: Katherine Gibbs "Her very frowns are fairer far, Than smiles of other maidens are." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 G. O. Represntative Press Club 43 Student Staff Social Editor 43 Span- ish Club 33 Press Club 43 Glee Club 1, 23 Assistant Basketball Manager 33 Secretary Class 3, 43 Class Council 1, 2, 3, 43 Picture Benefit 43 Operetta 33 Musicale 23 Usher 3. MARK HRONCICH Future: Cornell College "Every why hath a wherefore." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 A. A. 43 A, A. Council 43 Spanish Club 3, 43 Baseball Manager 43 Basketball 43 Class Soccer 43 Orchestra 3, 43 Captain Traffic Squad 43 Musicale 3, 43 Usher 4. RONALD HORNBECK Future: Cornell College "A good heart is better than all the heads in the world." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Radio Club 33 A. A. 2, 3, 43 Basketball 43 Soccer 1, 2, 33 Tennis 2, 3, 43 Captain 3. JOSEPH HUGHES Future: University of Alabama "He was born with a gift of laughter." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 A. A. 3, 43 A. A. Council 3, 43 A. A. Vice President 43 Football 1. 2, 3, 43 Swimming Team 3, 43 Captain Swimming 3, 43 Track 2, 3, 43 Class Bas- ketball 4. xxma 929i , I . r D 'x 'lp' II In-J--1 , I ,pu . A .. u - EITLG-IIE! I l fb I l llpnznnnx HDDUFIL 1-1-:till 4 F .T 1 FWS A I 1 i YJ lm GERTRUDE JOHANNSEN Future: Farmingdale Normal "A short saying often carries much wisdom." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, ALFRED KNAPP Future: Williams College "All his faults are such that one loves him still the better for themfl G. O. 2, 3, 4, G. O. Representative French Club 4, A. A. 2, 3, 4, A. A. Council 4, Student Staff 2, 3, 4, Year Book Stall: 4, Latin Club 3, 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 3, 4, Press Club 4, Radio Club 3, Manager Football 4, Tennis 2, 3, 4, President Class 3, Class Council 3, 4, Prize Speaking Contest 2, 3, Picture Bene- tit 4, Gavel Club 3, Operetta 3, Usher 3. ELINOR JOHNSON Future: Katherine Gibbs 'A'Sport that wrinkled Care derides, And Laughter holding both his sidesf' G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Press Club 4, Glee Club 2, 4, Basketball 4, Track 4, Class Council 3, Traffic Squad 4, Usher 3, 4, Musicale 2, 3, Operetta 3. EDVVARD LANDAU Future: Columbia University 'AGive thy tongue no thoughts." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 3, 4, Class Soccer 4, Traffic Squad 1, 4, Picture Bement 4, Usher 4. lm: 929 - ' el ,gn gn 4 ,V x.'.' . d -' ' i 3 3 S IBIL?'e-IE riffs ' I I fb ...------ ---- . ' q , 1- --I - -I -P 152-5? Q l EINAR LEHTONEN Future: Undecided "Features like those of some young god, which might have been the chiselled work of a sculptor." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Editor of Year Book 4, Gavel Club 3, Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, 45 Captain 2g President Class 45 President Music Club 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4g Ro- mantic Age 4g Musicale 2, 3, 4. EVELYN LOCKVVOOD Future: Adelphi College "Come give us a taste of your quality." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4-g Spanish Club 3, 4, Dra- matic Club 3, Llg Glee Club 2, 3, -lg Traffic Squad 45 Usher 45 Musicale 3, -lg Picture Benefit 4. LESLIE LEVVIS Future: Undecided f'Happy is the man who hath never known what it is to taste of fame." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 43 Class Bas- ketball 2, 3. 45 Class Soccer -lf, Traffic Squad 4-3 Usher 4, HELEN MACDOXOUGH Future: Art School "Speech is silver, silenc is golden." G. O. -lg Dramatic Club 4. 929i I 'Q I y -t 'pl' E 1- y P Ls . F 38 'S I-I I- C G lil i 11 K1 'l' 11, S IF JF' I I 5 fb I I Iunxgnni HDVIUHL 1-1-:till BENNETT MINTON Future: University of Alabama 'fOn their own merits, modest men are dumb." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. O. Council 1, 45 A. A. 1, 2, 3, 45 A. A. President 45 Athletic Edi- tor Student Staff 45 Radio Club 3, 45 Presi- dent 35 Baseball 1, 2, 3, 45 Baseball Cap- tain 45 Basketball 1, 2, 45 Class Basketball 35 Class Council 1. VVILLIAM MORRIS Future: Undecided "'Tis no sin for a man to labour in his vocation." G. O, 1, 2, 3, 45 Picture Benefit 45 Senior Play 45 Traffic Squad 1, 45 Usher 4. JOSE MOORE Future: Business "Welcome ever smiles in her heart, And farewell goes out sighing." G. O. 3, 45 Club Editor Year Book 45 Dra- matic Club 45 Traffic Squad 45 Picture Benefit 45 Usher 4. LORENE MORTIMER Futurei Sargent School 'LTO play the game for all thatls in it, To play the game and play to win it." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 A. A, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3 4' Girls' Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Basket- biall ,2, 3, 45 Track 1, 2, 35 Class Basket- ball 1, 2, 35 Orchestra 15 Traffic Squad 15 Usher Z, 35 Operetta 35 Musicale Z, 3. llfwi fkb I 4 v , 'x xjlll It qu' lu-- .1 ' 5 ,.-.u . A .. If I 39 3 S A 'll fglif cc'-.LEE L S F 114 I 1 JF' AX I l fb I l up-mann: FTDDUHL 1-1--1 I l H i i HELEN MURPHY Future: St, Catherine KAREN NESS Future: Business "The social smile, the sympathetic ear." G. O. 1, 2. 3, 4g Spanish Club 3, 4. MYRA LOUISE NIVER Future: Syracuse "High erect thoughts seated in a heart of courtesy." G, O, 1, 2, 3, 43 French Club 25 Glee Club 4g Traffic Squad 4g Usher 4. "Moderation is the noblest gift of heaven." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 3, 4. BERNICE NYMAN Future: Katherine Gibbs "Her nut-brown hair hung in ringlets about her oval facef' G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 G. O. Representative Swim- ming Team 4g French Club 35 A. A. Coun- cil 45 Glee Club Ig Class Basketball 13 Manager of Swimming Team 4g Cheer- leader 4. time 1929I 1 -R " Nl lll""!-" l I x,',l fa, -' i 40 A ll Sli' ce -H2 X- TF AX I l fb I I I1111111 HDUUFIL 1111111l I . ,His MURIEL OUTWATER Future: Savage "A tender heart-a will inflexible." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4g Latin Club 4, French Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 3, 4, Secretary Glee Club 45 Basketball 4, Class Basket- ball lg Operetta 3, Traffic Squad 1, 4, Usher 2, 43 Musicale 3, 4. FREDA PISCIOTTA Future: College "And her voice, that musical silvery voice, possessed an exquisite allurement." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 4, Treas- urer Latin Club 4g French Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Snow White 1, Operetta 3, Picture Benefit 4, t'Romantic Age" 4, Liberty Prize Speak- ing Contest 2, Traffic Squad 4, Usher Z, 4, Musicale 2, 3, 4. F I lx I SOL PEARLMUTTER Future: Music 'Alf music be the food of love, play on." G.: O. 2, 3, 4, Dramatic Club 4, Orchestra 2, 3, 4, Romancers 3. HELEN POST Future: Undecided "In simple manners, all the secrets lie." G. O. 1, 4. ' 1 929 a41f"g1+'t.e I IF, 1 5521- be -.El -- FWS 1 F' ' S I l fb I l ngnznsnx HDDUFIL 1-1-:Qual , ..l RUTH POST Future: Sargent "To know her is to love her." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Spanish Club 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 4, Basketball 2, 3. 4, Man- ager Track 4, Class Basketball 1, 2, 3, Captain 1, 2, 3, Vice President Class 1, 3, Traffic Squad 1, Musicale 2. VVILLIAM RHODES Future: Business "Tho modest-on his unembarrassed brow- Nature has written-'Gentlemenf " G. O. 1, 2, 3. 4, Vice-President Class 4. HERMAN PRICE Future: College 'fThe secret of success is constancy to purposef' G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club -l, Spanish Club -I-, Dramatic Club 4, Press Club 4, Track -I-, Class Soccer 4, Picture Benefit 4, Traffic Squad 1, -l-, Usher 4. HELEN RIEGER Future: Business "The first in glory. as the first in place." G. O. 3. 4, French Club 3: Dramatic Club -I-, Press Club 4, A. A. Council 1, Glee Club 3, Basketball 3, 4, Captain 4. " ' 929 ' lil I1 C G - lil 11 - Q 1- K- " F114 S l l 1 E PS 'm'li7 1:11111 HDDUHL 1111311 JULIUS ROCKOW Future: Columbia "Diligence is the Mother of good fortune." G. O. 1, 2, 4g Press Club 4. We l l MARIE ROMAHN Future: Cornell "Her voice was ever soft, gentle and low, An excellent thing in woman." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Latin Club 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 4, President Club 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Operetta 35 Picture Benefit 43 Liberty Prize Speaking Contest 35 Usher Z5 Musicale Z 3, 4. EDNA SCHAEFER Future: Katherine Gibbs EUGENE SAYERS Future: Business . , U Y "Neat, trimly dressedf The good I siand ons my truth and G. O' 1' 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3: Dra- OHCSU- matic Club 4, Press Club 4, Council 4, G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Press Club 45 Traffic Traltic Squad 45 Usher 3, -lg Picture Squad 1. Benefit -l-. f l l 7 'K llll ll'1 Il"" 'W ' ' l-We 929 eve ' hh. ,ellllii 43 3. I I N S lp IHI lil I1 The ISI llll-2--5 FIDDUFIL i.1'g'11 I T4 'I I l w I l IF' EDWIN SCHMALL Future: University of Alabama " "A quiet self possessed young man." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Year Book Advertisement Committee 3, Baseball 2, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Basketball 2, Class Soccer 4, A, A. 1, 2, 3, 4. DOROTHY Future: Barnard College "Her very silence and patience speak to the people hc Squad 4, Usher 4' Musicale 2 4 NATALIE STANISLAW Future: Katherine Gibbs "A friend to every one and everyone her friend? G. O. 2, 3, 4, G. O. Representative of Latin Club 4, Year Book 4, Student Staif 4, Latin Club 3, 4, French Club 3, 4, Presi- dent Club 4, Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4, Class Basketball 1, Class Council 3, 4, Snow White 1, Operetta 3, Picture Benefit 4, Musicale 2, 3, 4. EDWARD STAROS Future: Syracuse University "The courtier's, soldierls, scholar's eye, tongue, sword." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4, Latin Club 3, Spanish Club 2, 3, Dramatic Club 4, Glee Club 1, Track 3, Orchestra 1, 2, 3, Prize Speaking Con- test 3, 4, Picture Benefit 4, Traffic Squad 4, Usher 4, Musicale 3. STARKE G. O, 1, 2, 3, 4, Glee Club 2, 3, 4, Traf- 29I I v 'XXI' ,Nl ll, lu- 1 P I xxx-4' ' 44 A q ll U-EILFLQ-.EIS IF AX u ' n fb I I IIQIMIIIM HDDUFIL 1-1-SQ!!! I r 'T ws , is H A I X a I 1 M I 1 I I DOROTHY STRITTMATTER ,Futurez Wellesley College "Well dost thou thyftalent display." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Spanish Club 2, 3, 45 Dramatic Club 3, 45 Secretary 35 President 45 Press Club 3, 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 45 Picture Benefit 45 Public Speaking Con- test 25 Traffic Squad 1, 45 Usher 1, 2, 45 Musicale 3. NETTIE ULLIAN Future: College "A maid of modest and discreet words." G. O. 3, 45 Latin Club 3, 45 French Club 3, 45 Press Club 45 Glee Club 3, 45 Mus- icale 3, 4. WILLIAM SUTHERLAND Future: Undecided "The manly part is to do with might and main what you can do." G. O. 1, 2, 3, 45 Class Basketball 3, 45 Class Soccer 45 Traffic Squad 45 Usher 4, LILLIAN UTTER Future: Business "As merry as the day is long." G. O. 2, 3, 45 French Club 35 Press Club 45 A. A. Council 45 Manager Basketball 45 Assistant Manager 35 Treasurer Class 25 Class Council' 3, 45 Picture Benefit 4. iw: l1929I Q I I r 'x tl' II"- .nn 5 in . A .. Il ' 45 S I l l1l I1 The Ill ngn12'nn'5 l iight ,K "" .,, 3 1 ARTHUR VERBEECK Future: Business WILLET VERITY Future: Undecided "He possessed a fine frank countenance, "Smile boy, Lhat's the stylef' singularly winning? G. O. 1, 2, 33, 43 Class Baskxetball 43 G, O, 1, 2, 3, 4, ' Orchestra 3, 4. BENJAMIN WALLACK Future: College ,.HaPpy am I, from care Iym free BETH VVELWOOD Future: Barnard Why can't they all be contented like me." "The mildest manner-the gentlest heart." G. O, 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 43 A. A. 43 G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Spanish Club 2, 3, 43 Football 43 Basketball 43 Class Basketball Dramatic Club 43 Press Club Secre- 2, 33 Traffic Squad 43 Usher 4. tary 43 Glee Club 2, 3, 43 Musicale 2, 3, 4. 1 v -t ,ul wg .W-"' 'v 3 Q I - llllso all . ML .-tlllv 46 l l lil I1 The lil I I npnz'g'mn'5 mm iightia 5 F - ,T FWS I I ELIZABETH VVETMORE ARLINE WHALEY Future: Undecided Future: Wellesley College "Her complexion was of a delicacy that could compare only with a rose petalf' G. O. 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary of G. O. 43 G- O. 2 3. Spanish Clubl 2 3 Latin Club 3, 4, French Club 1, 2, 3, 45 i , 7 l ' Dramatic Club 45 Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 43 Secretary Music Club 35 Social Secretary Class 1, 33 Secretary Class 23 Class Coun- cil 3, 4, Orchestra lg "Snow-White" lg Operetta 3, Musicale 2, 3, 4. "In the meantime, let me be what I am and seek not to alter me." DOROTHY VVRIGHT Future: Business EVELYN VVHARTON Future: Business , , . 'LTO be slow in words is a woman's only "A quiet lass: there are but few who know virtu e,, the treasures concealed in youf' ' G. O. 1, 2, 3, 4. G. O. 2, 3, 4- , - r -x gui W4 Us-"' 'w - I - llllsa Gul' . ' hh. -'tlilu 47 MARGARET LIVINGSTON 19 1 2-192 8 48 x 1 5 P 1 1 N 4 ,I ws i l P N w J w 1 Q 'N ! 4 r 1 i l ' I l lil li 1'l7e A fl 11 I Q - lllxxxixi HDUUHL 111111 l Nllfflf' Crurlz Clzarafterislirf I'm Gonna Be f?J Vera Ashby H. R. H. Prince of that come-hither a Znd Clara Bow Wales look Gertrude Bergen Everett that laugh a minister's wife Mildred Bergmann Dick that quietude an aviatrix Irving Berman he's not particular that curly head a Romeo Joseph Bitterman HOf that TYPE that deep voice a radical leader in Congress VValter Blaile shhl it's Emma S. that patent-leather a Don Juan haircomb Marie Casgagga Allan C. those "Whoopee" a Follies girl socks Chris, Chapman a femme in N. Y. C. that speed? what I ain't Burdett Chevallier all women in general that woolen hose a missionary Mary Christie a sheik from that patience an auctioneer Roosevelt Folsom Clark who wants to know? that gift-of-gab a man-of-few-words William Colman Vilma Banky that "sax" Ronald the 2nd Freda Condon Allan Cruickshank Margaret Donaldson VVilliam Doremus Virginia Earl Allan Edwards Harry Ehrich DeForest Ely Marie Fagan Benj. Feinsilber Amanda Feustal George Forbes Irving Franklin Karl Friedman Madlen Fritz Garry Goetschius Sybil Groome William Haas Margaret Hager Donald Haig Robert Hanse Dubsy Hansen George Harmer Anna Harms Paul Henderson Ella Hess Lavina Hill Olive Hingle Doris Holske Ronald Hornbeck Mark Hroncich shorthand Betty the race "Homo" Mama Art Cin all formsl Lee G. won't be long now the whole school homework you'd be surprised John H. Helen C. Margaret D. Berry Cwe surmisej the Army and Navy Betty we dunno maybe it's Vera she won't tell! a "Star" Agnita every Mary, lane and Lou Doris-and how! an Auburn roadster Southside High Charlie too modest we think it's Br-a-a-d Bill-he hopes they're innumerable Natalie S. that blush that Scotch instinct that dancing step unruly hair demure Miss that that that bowknot that collegiate walk that pair of moccasins that studious manner that angelic attitude that gift-of-gab that red sweater that beard that longing look those tortoiseshells Betty that nervous laugh that grin that out-of-town girl that forgetfulness that violin that sailor's sway that little bald spot that sweet dis- position that school-girl complexion that silence! that Puritan air Br-a-a-d that superiority complex that cackle that math complex a Happer a "big butter and egg man." a private secretary a Beau Brummel a heavyweight a poser for animal crackers a soda dispenser a bootlegger a lecturer a speed king be different a "Paris" a caveman a bachelor a cabaret singer Betty's a salesgirl a chef a typist a cheer leader a farmer a prof. of Grecian dancing a traveling salesman a "Texas Guinan' a football coach a seamstress a flirt Mrs. Br-a-a-d a man-chaser a subway guard a taxi driver 9291 fi xf l. -' S2 E-'HI L? ff' -. 32 in ' fb I I 1:11131 HDUUHL 1111111 Name Joseph Hughes Gertrude Johannsen Eleanor Johnson Alfred Knapp Edward Landau Einar Lehtonen Leslie Lewis Evelyn Lockwood Helen MacDonough Bennett Minton Jose Moore William Morris Lorene Mortimer Helen Murphy Karen Ness Myra Niver Berry Nyman Muriel Outwater Sol Pearlmutter Freda Pisciotta Helen Post Ruth Post Herman Price VVilliam Rhodes Helen Rieger Julius Rockow Marie Romahn Eugene Sayers Edna Schaefer Edwin Schmall Natalie Stainslaw Dorothy Starke Edward Staros Dorothy Strittmatter Vvilliam Sutherland Nettie Ullian Lillian Utter Arthur Verbeck VVillet Verity Benjamin VVallack Beth Wlelwood Betty VVetmore Arline Wlhaley Evelyn Wlharton Dorothy VVright Crush Alabama-bound! George K. Arthur Bill Lucille who cares F a 'lwoman-hater?" Bay View dramatics 'tBuddy Rogers" we can't guess she's neutral trig "Bud" Otto Dave A'Junior" perhaps-Karl? Herbie his sister a dark secret Gertrude J. Haigie guess who? Alice G. shh! its Earl we give up Elia Miss Pen Pusher Paul from S. C. Jose-y como! "Sonny Boy" Thomas M'c Sylvia T. Jasper Frances J. "Strongheart" Jimmie Elise Eleanor Q. he scares ,em all away Ray Garry herself can't be annoyed typing Clzaracterirlirx that lrish wit that solitude that yellow roadster that charming disposition that nerve that Greek-like prohle that physique that permanent that attentiveness that coolness that constant rush those complaints that slow motion those freckles that height that poetic pen those curly locks that stubbornness that shyness that bored air that modest dress that cordiality that loud voice that milky-white complexion that smile those 50c words that stare that disinterested air that fussiness that "Oh yea" attitude that stateliness that pensiveness that "Ego" I that Zc in each pie those knickers that strut that Pepsodent smile that sleepy sickness that cornet that noisiness that cough that Palmolive complexion that retiring air those dimples that modesty I'm Gonna Br: t?J a trainer of "Molo" bugs a bareback rider a model a "Dan McGrewl' a book worm a plumber a musical comedy director a chorus girl a Michael Angelo a rumpus a Childls waitress a poet a ballet dancer an authoress a lady of leisure a bar maid a spinster one of the "400" a black-smith a jazz singer a Gilda Gray a history teacher a Jesse James a midget a nurse an ideal husband a prof. of public speaking President a Southern Missus a fast worker a "Cleopatra" sophisticated a Rajah scandalous a lawyer a gold digger a Sunday school teacher a drugstore cowboy a bullet manufacturer we can't imagine a millionaires wife somebody's storm and strife a society l'deb" a countess a leading lady I 1929! I I 'v 'x xjll' Alf' ll li--- -n v xxxrll by 4 1' V 51 1:11131 GDDUHL i1-3-31 X1 I III-fgl-I? I-ll1ll-Il l JUNIOR CLASS SOPHOMORE CLASS ' ' M 9291 V A ll lil li 0 0 '1- 1l - H I- K- AX I l fb I I ----... FRESHMAN CLASS HISTORY As the class of 1932, we started our Freshman year with earnest hopes and high ambitions. How proud we were to carry our algebra and biology books through the corridors! Now it has simply become a matter of daily routine and, in fact, we very often wish we didnlt have to carry them at all. Early in the year we elected class officers. The following were chosen, after much debating and arguing on the various merits of the nominees: President, Arthur Grgurevich, Vice-President, Geoffery Thompson, Treas- urer, Margaret Edwardsg Secretary, Florence Wetmore, Social Secretary Jessie iV811dCYW6fkCH. v During November we held our first social affair, the Freshman Tea Dance. lt proved a great success and was enjoyed by all who attended. For some time it stood out in our memories and we often wished it could be repeated. ln the closing days of the old year, we experienced our first real sorrow, a sorrow which cast a shadow over the whole school. During December we lost a loyal friend, Arthur Grgurevich. His qualities of leadership and his great popularity had secured for him the ofhce of class president. His un- sellishness and loyalty were shown by his valiant efforts to save his younger brother from death. Arthur's life history may well be summed up in the words of the poet. "ln death a hero, as in life a friend." 'llhe .junior High School play entitled "Robin Hood" was enjoyed by all who were fortunate enough to hear it. It is needless to say that several Ifreslimen had parts and contributed towards its success. Our class had also been well represented in athletics. Although not on the varsity, many members of the class of '32 were on the second and third teams in football, thus preparing themselves for another championship team in the near future. The Freshman basketball team, although not able to boast of victories over the Senior High teams, is to be commended for its close scoring and is hoping for better luck next year. The girls, too, must not be forgotten. Several Freshmen, including Frances Jansen, Vera Wallace and Marjorie Willianis are on the newly organized girls' swimming team. XVe have also participated in literary work. In the oratorical contest, sponsored by the American Legion, Edwin Friedman, was selected from the group of preliminary contestants to speak in the final contest. During the year several essay topics were furnished by the Patriotic Society and the VVomen's Auxiliary of the American Legion. Many Freshmen contributed towards these contests which were excellent opportunities for them to ex- ploit their literary abilities. Wle now eagerly await the time when we shall be Sophomores, full fledged members of the Senior High School, with pleasant memories of our Freshman year. 1' ' 929 WIJQLQQ' ' S3 an--2'--'L L Annum 5-ig'--ii 45 I-1....l-1191. FRESHMAN CLASS GIRLS FRESHMAN CLASS BOYS S L XY l19?9I V 54 ARTHUR MILAN GRGUREVICH 1 914--19 2 8 GIQJHL 45 lu-2---i - l1929l 56 X f 1 I s 1 I X 32 CLUBS Ei , j wgq Q za rs - L X.: ntl I1 The l1l 11 - H I- K - lil I I I I Q111111 HDDUFIL 1111111 MEMBERS OF THE GENERAL ORGANIZATION COLINCIL President .............. ..DEFOREST ELY X ice-President. . ........... DAYID BERRY Vice-President .......... FRANCIS FLX 'NN Secretary ....... .ELIZABETH WETMORE Assistant Treas..GARRETT GOETSCHILS Treasurer ....... . . .ADELLA E. MATTSON Principal ....... . . .JAMES E. HAIFLEIGH Faculty Adviser. ...CORA L. BOCKOYEN CLUB AND CLASS REPRESENTATIVES Senior Class .... ..... I-I LARRY EHRICH Freshman Class .l..... XYILLIAM M ARTIN unior Class ..... . .... VVILLIAM PEDEN Eighth Grade .... ........ C ARL VVALTERS Sophomore Class ........ ROBERT FABER Seventh Grade.. .. . .LEON KAHLEN BLRG Student" ...... I. . ........ ROBERT HANSE Dramatic ..... . . .HELEN CONNIOLLX Latin ....... .... . NATALIE STANISLANV 1Iusic ..... .... X YILLIAII COLNI XX French ..., . ........ ALFRED KNAPP Press ........... ........ D ORIS HOLSKE Spanish .... ...BENJAMIN SHEBAR Radio ........... ..... B ENNETT MINI PON Year Book ...... ........ N VILLIAII HAAS GENERAL ORGANIZATION Five years of successful administration of student activities is now the record of the General Organization Council. Athletic teams, clubs, and student publications have been successfully sponsored. The athletic teams have received large appropriations for new uniforms and equipmentg the clubs and publications, money sufficient to permit growth. The championship football team was awarded gold footballs and tendered a banquet by the Council in appreciation of their fine record. Both the boys' and girls, basketball teams were tendered a dinner and theatre party in New York by the Council. Several dramatic productions, namely "The Romantic Age," "Robin I-Ioodn and "She Stoops to Conquer" coached by Miss Marean, were spon- sored by the General Organization and proved successful. To purchase pictures, which now are hanging in the corridors and class rooms, the General Organization, with the aid of the Schenk Art Galleries, produced a play, entitled "The, Art Studio" and secured sufficient funds to buy the pictures. The twenty-fourth volume of the "Student" and the third edition of the Year Book received the support of the council of the student body. The new system of conducting business, in and outside of the Council meetings, has been greatly facilitated by the use of permanent committees known as the VVays and Means, the Social. and Club committees. Their du- ties are outlined in the constitution and by their use business is taken up with more efficiency. The Council members wish to express their appreciation of Miss Mattson, who has faithfully served the General Organization as its treasurer since its beginning in our high school. To Mrs. Bockoven, the faculty adviser of the Council, who has again proved her worth as she has in other student or- ganizations, the Council wishes to express its appreciation. She has taken up the many and varied duties of Faculty Adviser to the General Organization and has proved an able successor to Miss Goodman. " ' 929i 59 TREASURERRS REPORT OF G. O. R E C E I P T S General Account Balance, June 1928 ...,...,......,. ,...... , , 866.76 Membership Dues ..,.,,......,. 450.00 School Plays and Picture Benefit. . . 793.50 Miscellaneous ,...,...,,..,... 93.66 Athletic Account Balance, June 1928 .,...., 4.67 Football ....,....,....,.... 2290.60 Basketball-Boys' and Girls', . . 1298.50 Miscellaneous ............ 25.00 Student CScbool Paperj Balance, June 1928 .... 10.80 Flier and Four Issues .... 1116.45 Year Book fSchool Annualj Balance, June 1928 ............,.. 206.91 Subscriptions and Advertisements .... 464.00 French Club-Balance and Dues ..... 51.60 Spanish Club-Balance and Dues .... 71.38 Latin Club-Balance and Dues ..,......,..,...... . . . 15.70 Radio Club-Balance and Dues .......,..,...........,,.. 27.20 Masque and Wig Club-Balance, dues and transfer from G. O. account ..........,......,.........,.. 120.79 Total Receipts . . . P A Y M E N T S General Account School Plays and Picture Benent .,..,..........,.... S 674.07 Football-Banquet, Professional Services and Equipment Miscellaneous .....,.....,...,.......,....,.,.... Athletic Account Football ..,,,,.,..,......,. Basketball-Boys, and Girls' , . Miscellaneous .,......,,,.. Student fSchool Paperj Printing, Flier and Four Issues. . . Miscellaneous ..,..,..,...., Year Book CScl1ool Annualj Miscellaneous ,........., Spanish Club-Miscellaneous ,.,......,.... Radio Club-Parts for a Set .,..,.......,.,.. Masque and Wig Club--Material and Royalty ..., Petty Cash ...,....,..,...,......,....,., Total Payments ,..., March 15, 1929--Balance ..., 60 505.80 330.26 1739.39 1139.64 184.86 1434.52 139.70 T 74.74 13.00 37.83 53.70 . S 2203.92 3618.77 1127.25 670.91 51.60 71.38 15.70 27.20 120.79 S 7907.52 S 1510.13 3063.89 1574.22 74.74 13.00 37.83 53.70 6.22 5 6333.73 5 1573.79 EIL? be -.22 i- f'b l I 1111131 FTDDUFIL 1111111 "THE STUDENT" "There's a high school down in dear old Freeport lt's the finest school in all the land And the students all are loyal And the spirit's simply grand." Through twenty-four years of existence the "Student" has grown from a four-page leaflet to a magazine of high rank among its kind on the Island. Each succeeding Staff has clone its bit to advance the publication and the Staff of '29 deserves some credit for raising the standard of the periodical. Following the custom established by preceding staffs it has edited five issues and a flyer. It has gone a step further and increased the pages and circulation of the "Student," The desire to increase the number of cartoons and illustrations has been accomplished and with an added amount of written material the Staff of '29 is ablel to boast an average increase of eight pages per issue. The addition of one hundred copies of each issue makes a circu- lation of six hundred, including "exchanges" which are sent all over the United States. Besides the routine activities, the Staff had as guest of honor at a lunch- eon Mr. joseph M. Murphy, the secretary of the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, who later spoke to the combined student body. Incidentally this was the first assembly to be conducted by the "Student" Staff, a precedent which should be followed. It tends to make the student body realize that the Staff is a part of them and arouses enthusiasm. The work of drawing up a new Constitution for the "Student," started last year, has been completed by the Staff of '29 Many students do not realize the value of their high school magazine. They do not realize that it is the only written record of all activities in F. H. S. Keeping this motive in mind and remembering that in January, 1930, the "Student,' will celebrate its twenty-fifth anniversary, the Staff is collecting a complete set of magazines from its origin to the present. They will be bound and placed in the library. Back of all this year's success must lie some cause. The prime factors of the success of the "Student" are the cooperation and harmony of the Staff, student body and teachers. Let this year's work be recorded as another step toward greater success. T I 929I I' 61 L LJ 222-00.-HI! AX I In l fb I l m1111111 HDDUFIL 111111 I Editor-in-Chief. . Associate Editor. Exchange Editor.. Literary Editor. . . . . Athletic Editor. . Art Editor ...... Joke Editor. . joke Editor. . . Social Editor .... Foreign Editor.. Alumni Editor ...... .... junior High Editor. .. Faculty Adviser .... Business Manager.. Circulation Manager. Advertising Manager. .. Faculty Business Manager ...................... STUDENT STAFF .. .... RQBERT W. HANSE ...BENJAMIN SHEBAR ........OLIVE HINGLE ...HELEN CGNNOLLY ...BENNETT MINTGN . . . . . . .VIRGINIA EARL ...UNVILLIAM COLMAN .......XVILLIAM PEDEN . . . . . . . .DORIS HOLSKE NATALIE STANISLAXY GARRET GOETSCHIUS ........BEULAH CAMP ....MRS. BQCKGYEN ...DEFOREST ELY HHDEFOREST ELY ...ALFRED KN.-XPP . . . . .MISS Mac.-XRTHUR llN: I 929 i I ' " lm 'f'lIl""" ' E o g .Zu . 1 .. IF 62 I I lil I1 The lil lx I ..,-.'::'..,':,g anmiat -3--'II'---Ill ........H...1-s K. nnt-, THE PRESS CLUB President ....... .... A NNA HARMS Vice-President .... .... Q LIVE HINGLE Secretary ............ .......... B ETH VVELVVOOD Treasurer .............. .. .MARGARET DONALDSON G. 0. Representative .... ........... D QRIS HOLSKE Faculty Adviser ......... ...... IX IRS. BOCKOVEN The Press Club, formerly known as the Publicity Committee, has just finished a third successful year. Witli the co-operation of the teachers and the students it was possible to fulfil its purpose, to make known the activities of Freeport High School, by news writing. This could not have been ac- complished without the support given to the club by the "Nassau Daily Star" and the faculty adviser, Mrs. Bockoven. The club's slogan throughout the year was "All work and no glory" and because of this few social activities were held. The club succeeded in buying pins as a reminder of meetings held on Monday afternoons and published a new paper entitled "The Rostrum" which they hope will be the beginning of a real school newspaper. "The Rostrum" was edited by Julius Rockow, Herman Price, Helen Rieger, Gertrude Bergen and Eugene Sayers. The club leaves to the class of 1930 a task to be successfully continued. Success to the class of 1930. 63 lil li L G ' lil 11 1 1 11 ti a l fb I l ..,------ ----... LES PETITS PARISIENS President ....... ..... N ATALTE STANTSL.-XXV Vice-President .... ............. R IARY DUNN Secretary ........... .... lN IURIEL QUTNYATER Treasurer ............ ....... C HARLES MACK G. O. Representative .... ........ A LFRED KNAPP Board Member ....... . . .DGROTHEA M,-XGAN Board Member ...... .... C HARLES PETERS Faculty Adviser ........................ MISS WOLCOTT We can look back on the past year with pride, with a feeling that we have accomplished what we aimed to do. The goal of our main ambition, that of having a French library, is now in sight. Our meetings which have been devoted to music, drama, and travel have proved very instructive as well as entertaining. At the first gathering Freda Pisciotta and Miss Wolcott entertained with several vocal selections. The principal feature of the Christmas party was the presentation of a one-act play entitled, i'La Faim est un Grand Inventeurf' Une meeting of particular interest was that at which Miss Bareham related some of her recent experi- ences in France and Italy. Much praise is due our adviser, Miss Wolcott, for her help in making our club a success. Her contributions to our programs were verv interesting. VIVE LES PETITS PARISIENS! 'I ' 1 11929 WIQL5 V 64 ntl ll L e :zu u X l m1112115 HDYICJFIL " EL CIRIS President ......... .... 1 XLLAN CRUICKSHANK Vice-President .... ............... R UTH PCST Secretary ........ .......... N IADLIN FRITZ Treasurer ....... .... E VELYN PUDICK Board Member .... ....... R OBERT LYONS Board Member .... ...LQRENE MORTIMER Faculty Adviser .... ......... M ISS SKINNER Faculty Adviser ..... ........... M ISS BAKER G. Q. Rep. ........ ...BENJAMIN SHEBAR Assisted by the Faculty Advisers, Miss Skinner and Miss Baker, the Spanish Club council planned a number of successful monthly meetings which were held in room 18. Well-prepa1'ed readings and short plays went over in fine style. Some of the major features of the various meetings Were: Miss Baker's talk on her trip through Spaing the presentation of the drama, "Los turistas en Espana," by Miss Skinnerg and the typically Spanish Christ- mas velada "La fiesta de navidadf' Musical selections, games and refresh- ments as well as dancing afforded much entertainment at the club meetings. The Spanish Club Council of 1929 hopes that the enthusiasm shown by the members of "El Ciris" this year will continue through the years to come. 65 Q.: R-, I-I IH C G lil 4X Ax l l fb I I sung?-ni i.1'g':1 I SODALI TAS ROMAN A President ......... ...., F OLSOM CLARK Vice-President .... ..... C HARLES MACK Secretary ............ .......... B IARIE FAGAN Treasurer ............. ....... F REDA PISCIOTTA G. 0. Representative .... ..... N ATALIE STANISLAVV Board Member ......... ........... - ADIENE CORBY Board Member ...... .... E LSIE CRUICKSHANK Faculty Adviser ...................... MISS SHERVVQQD Two years have elapsed since Sodalitas Romana held its first evening meeting. These gatherings are now held during Assembly period. Be- cause of this change in the time of meeting, the social part of the club's activity had to be eliminated and as a substitute the club's advisers and board tried to make the meetings more attractive. As a result of these attempts members contributed material on a greater number and variety of topics con- cerning Roman life and customs, such as Roman homes. foods and holidays. An illustrated lecture on a comparison of ancient and modern warfare was also given. These talks have helped toward a more sympathetic under- standing of the people whose language we study. This year two teachers who had visited the old world favored the club with accounts of Rome and ltaly. VVe hope the club will continue to give such instructive as well as en- tertaining programs. The Romans were a proud and loyal race. -lust as these traits helped to make Rome great they will help the club with the co-operation of the Stu- dents, and Sodalitas Romana may well look forward to the proht, pleasure and prosperity which will make up its happy triumvirate of success. Sodali- tati Romanae sit felicitas in perpetuum. " I 9 'JI wzggal 1' 66 1 gb 1.1 r gl T " C' 1 22 1:11:31 HDUUHL 111111 K1 A Ai I RADIO CLUB President ........ .... R UFUS APPLEGART,l-l Vice-President ..... ....... R ONALD BEDELL Secretary ........... ..... N QRBIAN VQGENEY Treasurer ............. ........... I Ol-IN DAVIS Cf. O. Representative .... .... B ENNETT MINTQN Faculty Adviser ........................... MR. GILBERT Vvlith the end of another successful year, the Radio Club feels sure that it has accomplished a great deal toward creating a greater interest in radio throughout the school. In order to carry out our plans we purchased and assembled an excellent short wave kit. The set when completed proved to be both instructive and entertaining to the members. VVith it we were able to bring in many foreign stations and by its use each member of the club has become thoroughly familiar with short wave telegraphy. The club also sponsored a lecture by an expert from the New York Telephone Company which proved to be of great interest. After completing two such successful seasons there is no doubt but that the Radio Club will continue to be a popular attraction for the students of Freeport High School. ' it 92 9 tl"'.Ti1Q gl rf' 67 ' fb I I l :..:..:a-:.- MASQUE AND WIG CLUB President, Dorothy Strittmatter Vice-President, Dorothea Magan Treasurer, Mary Dunn Secretary, Evelyn Lockwood G. O. Rep., Helen Connolly The Masque and Wig Club has successfully undertaken an organization for con- structive drama appreciation, criticism and interpretation. One of the outstanding novelties in the formation of the club has been the play-reading at any time tion. Then initial event, Conquer. " group system inaugurated this year. This makes available to the club plays, monologues, and speeches suitable for club and public presenta- too, the club voted that a classical play be produced annually. The carrying out this idea, was Goldsmithis famous play "She Stoops to The most outstanding of the events this year have been a Burnis recitalg two programs of poems, monologues, dance and music, three one-act la 'sg interclass , Q P 5 debate and the crowning event, 'She Stoops to Conquer." Our club feels greatly honored in the interest displayed by the directors of d 'i ' N Y k ' ' ' ' I'3Il'12.lfICS 111 ew or City. Our director, Miss Marean, was requested to submit the plan of our club organization to a New York City delegate for presentation to a Princeton University conference of directors. Hence, if the Masque and Wig Club has power to stir the interest of strangers in our dramatic work, then a most brilliant record for the future is assured. I ' Y -gunpl' lllqllllc---J I , '3 CD ..- 6 8 . A R.: lil I1 L G 4 lil 11 - Q -- K- AX I In l fb I npnznnnz FIDUUFIL 1:1-:null THE ROMANTIC AGE "The Romantic Age," by A. A. Milne, was presented in November by the Senior High School. It was a more ambitious production than some of the former Senior plays, for this play dem-ands interpretation of the subtle humor of the English. The cast was conceded to be an excellently well chosen one, the dramatis personae being as follows: the hero, Gervase Mallory, portrayed by Einar Leh- tonen, who looked every inch a prince, as indeed he seemed to be when met in the forest by the heroine, Melisande, played by Vera Ashby. Mr. and Mrs. Knowle were enacted by George Forbes and Gertrude Bergen. Both rendered a nne performance. Jane, Freda Pisciotta. found romance, not in the books Melisande dearly loved to read, but in the person of Bobby, Albert Johnson. These characters were played with consummate charm and ability. A comedy relief was afforded by a little country boy, Erng Alice, the clever maid of the Knowle's household, and a lovable old pedlar, known as Gentleman Susan, who found romance everywhere, even in married life. These roles were filled by Robert Faber, Dora Degan, and Rufus Applegarth, respectively. The play was ably directed by our coach, Miss Marean. T' 929 i 69 A 1 ll 21IL?"e-.ESI AX l I fb I 1111131 HDUUHL 111:11 I COMBINED MUSIC CLUBS President. .. .... SMITH XY. PEARSALL Secretary ............. ........ 1 IL'RlEL SMITH G. O. Representative .... .,.. X YILLIAM COLMAN Faculty Adviser .......................... MlSS BRCNER A club known as the Mixed Glee Club has this year been added to those in the music department of Freeport Senior High School. The various or- ganizations connected with a music department are: Boys! Glee Club. Girls? Glee Club. Mixed Glee Club and the Grchestra. These clubs have been active in many ways during the year. The Boys' and Girls' Glee Clubs per- formed very creditably before a large audience during Education XYeek. The Girls, Glee Club sang several numbers and one of these had solo parts taken very beautifully by Freda Pisciotta. The boys! numbers included the popular "G Sole Mio" and the timeworn version of the 'fHarlem Goat." The participants in the Schubert program, held during the anniversary week of his death, were members of the music club. Freda Pisciotta rendered an appropriate solo, f'VVho is Sylvia?,' Sol Pearlmutter also played a beau- tiful violin solo, "Serenade" This program was outstanding and especially pleasing to the student body. In December there was a picture benefit sponsored by the G. O., for which the orchestra played several numbers. They performed also at the Senior High School play given a week later. YVith the coming of the Christmas season, carols became popular and at the annual community celebration. the Girls' Glee Club formed a beautiful picture as a living Christmas tree and very appropriately rendered, "Silent Night, Holy Night I" The carols sung by the audience were accompanied by the orchestra. February 19, the orchestra played for the Prize-Speaking Contest and Freda Pisciotta sang "SerenadeU by Schubert. The next appearance of the orchestra was at the dedication of the new Archer Street school building. They also played several selections at a liv- ing picture benefit for that building. All these appearances of the music department led to the climax or main event of the year, f'The Spring Musicalef' The various clubs took part and this closed the year's successful record. Ylbenever the music clubs have been asked to contribute their services for a performance they have done so willingly and, may it be said, modestly. 70 N 1-I ern ll The I1 - :..L-i-.La.-L '-iL.1-:il SENIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB I SENIOR BOYS, GLEE CLUB l192 I I I 72 lllzigkmg HDDUHL 1S3Zill l ll-flxll-Ili '-Ig:I...l' A JUNIOR GIRLS' GLEE CLUB JUNIOR BOYS' GLEE CLUB ' .. l 92fJl ff 73 ullzigkxl FTDDUFIL HLQX I rl IUIIZI l-I I1 -L-I lil I-I I A SENIOR TRAFFIC SQUAD JUNIOR TRAFFIC SQUAD " ' S l1929l 4' 74 - Ni K -4 Q- U F ' ' L ' ' W 1 1 I: 'H H '4 N K I "lag , 1 I 1 in -f W Q- I SPQRTS J 151' i E f 111-2515 HDDUHL . . .-. .- .-. ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION COUNCIL President ...... V. .... BENNETT BHNTQN Vice-President .... ..... I OSEPH HUGHES Faculty Adviser. . . .......... MR. SYNDER Secretary ......... .... D OROTHY RABLEN Faculty Adviser ........................... MR. GILBERT The A. A. Council of 1928-1929 has accomplished a great deal toward increasing interest in athletics in the school. They can boast of having spon- sored a speaker such as Raymond Barbuti, Olympic 400 meter champion, and others of equal renown. Besides carrying on regular business in an ex- cellent manner, the Council also saw to it that no letters other than the regu- lation "F" were worn by the students. . The Council feel that they have clone a good job and are especially proud to serve during a period of two Freeport High School championships, one in baseball and the other in football. The unfailing assistance and advice given by our two faculty advisers. Mr. Snyder and Mr. Gilbert, have been greatly appreciated by the entire council. 76 g4 Quang ffff f, M., ,, M T"" il A r Y--.... g,....... r---- F'-'-1 ' ' ae: 2- fha - wa: 1111111 HDDUFIL 111111 I W , R L X . . f ' f gg fgngaggvfifl ffjfp I-,,,f-'Z X' .X 111:18 ' N 'N -I W J f H28 my 'QTE Q if ! A I GD E659 R Q1 03 fu I-L G AM 2135. 24 ,I Q? if N Q ff J Cef 3 Mergers f! f ,J S -s M335 0 5 , N LEAGUE ,gy FOOTBALL SCHEDULE FOR 1928 Freeport 13-Manhasset 0 Freeport 7-Alumni 0 Freeport 31-Lynbrook O Freeport 7-Glen Cove 0 Freeport 2-Southampton O Freeport 19-Baldwin 7 Freeport 19-Port Washimagton O Freeport 18-Lawrence 6 Freeport 13-He1npstead26 Squad-Harmer, Captain g Hansen, Hughes, Grgurevich, Kenney East man, Flynn, Clark, Wallack, Murphy, Friedman, Franklin, Tolnaselh Ph1111pS Cruickshank, Forbes, Moore, Young. Knapp-Manager. L ,,gi o'rrr ag ,D X 'f g x LLL W e f QW ' 1 is G" A L rf U 'SX To fe me , fri? " ' t l1929 ' 78 I g ll ISI I1 "be Iml 12 - Q I- NI AX I I 4, il!11111l DDUFIL itihiilll K or i r C' '5'vf'5g61 i ' A F 1 1 4 fx. it ' fi V, i - -'-- 'D ' I we 41 i p J! , - L- . mtl' FOOTBALL This year our football team has established a precedent. It has won the long hoped-for South Shore Championship and incidentally, the coveted trophy which symbolizes such an achievement. There were several factors which ngured greatly in determining our gridiron success for the 1928 season. lt takes cooperation, hard work and competitive spirit to bring about such a result. Our boys played together with that coordination and smoothness which distinguishes a top-notch ball club from a second rate aggregation. The backfield of Hansen, Hughes, Grgurevich, and Friedman teamed together in perfect fashion in blocking opposing linesmen, while Captain Harmer, Cruickshank, and Franklin moved as one man n makng openings at guard and tackle, through which long gains were made. From the first day of practice to the last, there were fully equipped teams working on Randall Field. Thus Coach Bringman was able, from such a large squad to pick the very best varsity possible. The crowning success of the season occurred when, on Election Day, before a crowd of over four thousand cheering rooters, Captain Harmer led the team to a decisive victory over our rival, Baldwin. Three times the boys of the Blue and Gold had the ball within our one-yard line, only to lose it on downs and see Freeport triumphantly carry it up the field. This year seven of our players, Captain Harmer, Hansen, Friedman, Franklin, Cruickshank, Tomaselli, and Kenny, gained berths on the All- Nassau Team. Coaches Bringman and Confer deserve great credit for so skillfully piloting the team through such a strikingly successful season. Let us hope that next year, with an experienced squad, Captain-Elect Tomaselli will lead the team through a season unmarred by defeats, eventually to the South Shore Championship! l929I ' 79 I I lil I1 The lil I I ulpnigkzi HDDUFIL iigkxla BASEBALL SCHEDULE EOR 1928 Freeport .... 9 Glen Cove .... Freeport .... 9 Lynbrook . . . O Freeport .... 4 Lawrence Qforfeitj Freeport South Side Freeport Baldwin ..... 1 Freeport Lynbrook Freeport .... 1 VVoodmere . . 0 Freeport .... 4 Baldwin . Freeport Glen Cove . . . 2 Freeport 11 Lawrence Freeport .... 52 Opponents . . 20 Freeport South Side BASEBALL Last year the baseball team succeeded in duplicating the feat of the 1927 team by going through its schedule undefeated. It also beat VVood- mere, 1 to O, for the South Shore Championship, but lost to Glen Cove. 2 to 1, for the County Championship. Five Freeport players made the all- scholastic team. They were Captain Fred Trautwein, third baseman, Robert Kirby, left-Helder, Bennett Minton, pitcherg Donald Haig, iirst-baseman: and Baltis Moore, short-stop. At the end of the season we had won 16 con- secutive league games in two years. Let us continue this winning streak. Squad-Trautwein, captain, Minton, Kirby, Chuisano, Haig, Grgurevich, Moore, Gatter, Palmer. Hroncich-Manager. ima I 29 l' - - V v -n 'pq la n I-"' 'v I in . A ll' 212 ? L C' r L1-'I - lllzxztxi GDUOHL iihi I ii " TENNIS TEAM Freeport Freeport Freeport , Freeport Freeport Freeport SQUAD-Knapp and Berry, Captains vs. Southside vs. Baldwin vs. Lawrence vs. Lynbrook vs. Valley Stream vs. St. Paul's Hornbeck, Lacy, McGuire. Young, Manager new 929i il W it ii u H wp H' i .Zu . .. I" 81 :hu li L e lil gl lllzxitxi HDUUFIL 13131111 it " BOYS' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE FOR 1928 Freeport .... 18 Valley Stream 21 Freeport .... 11 Long Beach . . 10 Freeport .... 30 Lynbrook . . . 17 Freeport .... 21 Baldwin .... 23 Freeport ..., 22 Southside . . . 30 Freeport .... 16 Lawrence . . . 24 Freeport .... 25 Pt. W3Sh,gtO11 20 Freeport .... 30 Lynbrook . . . 32 Freeport .... 25 Long Beach . 26 Freeport .... 26 Baldwin ..... 37 Freeport .... 14 Southside . . . 18 Freeport .... 37 Bay Ridge Eve 24 Freeport .... 35 Lawrence . . . 40 Squad-Captain, Friedniang Hornbeck, Young, Forbes, Moore, Toinaselli, Grgurevich, Minton, Wallacli, Chevallier, Pirodsky, Hroncich. Liebler. Bringinan-Coach. Chapman-lllanager. L' I 1929! "L i 82 l1l li L G lil in 1 1 11 ii I I fb in ...------ ..---... GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCHEDULE FOR 1928 Freeport Long Beach 14 Freeport Lynhrook 18 Freeport Baldwin 36 Freeport Southside 20 Freeport Lawrence 22 Freeport Lynbrook 35 Freeport Baldwin 11 Freeport Oceanside 30 Freeport Freeport Southside 17 Lawrence 23 GIRLS' BASKETBALL TEAM This season has been very successful one for the girls' team and one of which F. H. S. may be proud. Six of the Varsity players will be going out of school into different fields of work this year, but they wish to extend to the team of 1929-30 the best of luck for a championship team. Squad-Helen Rieger, Captaing Ruth Post, Edith Kramer, Bertha Kramer, Dorothy Rablen, Lorene Mortimer, Muriel Outwater, Virginia Lent, Virginia Earl, Estelle Bowerbank. " ' 929 21912545 v 83 I l'HIi?"e-Ill 11111111 HUUUHL 111111 I ' ' T "' .. 'ua I l 7 BOYS' TRACK TEAM SCHEDULE Interclass Meet Lynbrook at Freeport Baldwin at Baldwin Hempstead at Hempstead Southside at Southside Mineola Meet Lawrence at Freeport Farmingdale Meet St. Paul's at Garden City Alumni at Freeport Penn Relays The Freeport High School track team, in former years, participated in only two events, the Mineola meet and the Farmingdale meet. The team of 1928 competed in six dual meets. They decisively defeated, Baldwin, South- side and the Alumni. The team lost to Hempstead, St. Paul's and Stonybrook, In Farmingdale we placed in two events: Friedman placed third in the broad jump and Aakesson second in the mile. This year with seven letter men back the team expects to come out on top in every meet. Squad-Cruickshank, Captaing Haas, Phillips, Pirodsky, Friedinann, Clark, Hansen, Cochran, Sarant, Franklin, Hanse, Peden, MacCarter, Lyons, Shultz, Berman, Seidman, Jones, Colman, Fritz, Berry and Stokke. Seidman, Manager. ' ' ix' Wfffial' 1' S4 nhl I1 c e ISI ullzi-3.115 GDDUFIL it-3-1115 lu 455 GI RLS, TRACK TEAM Last year our Girls' Track Team set a precedent by engaging in dual meets with nearby schools, Woodniere, Baldwin, Rockville Centre and Hemp- stead. Under the able coaching of Miss Constable, the girls won the Wood- mere and Hempstead meets by substantial scores. The high point scorer of the season was Eleanor Myers, who for several years has succeeded in win- ning a place at the Mineola Track Meet. As most of the girls who last year represented Freeport on the track are still in school, let us hope that they will have a highly successful 1929 season. Squad-Rosalie Earl, Captain, V. Earl, D. VVhaley, E. Meyers, B. Kramer, L. Mortimer. B. Barasch, Manager. " 291 W TIIQQQJ 1' 85 1112-115 HDDUHL 1 45 l l lil I1 M ISI I I BOYS' SWIMMING TEAM SCHEDULE Freeport 25 Freeport 23 Freeport Z9 Freeport 35 St. Paulls 37 Central "YU 39 Marquand 33 Bedford 24 Freeport 25 St. Paul's 27 Freeport -South Shore A C Freeport -Jamaica Nassau County inter-scholastics in June. Freeport High School turned out a successful team in view of the fact that Freeport is without a pool to practice in. In the Bedford HY" meet two pool records were shattered by Chevallier, the breast and the backstroke events. Cruickshank has done remarkably in his specialties, the 50 and 100- yard free style events. Freeport has two Nassau County lnter-Scholastic champions. Colman holds the 50-yard breast stroke event and Hughes the 50-yard free style. Murphy was this seasonis unconquered swimmer in the 220-yard free style and when it came to the fancy dive, Chevallier and Morton were su- perior to all opponents. Last year in the lnter-Scholastic me,et, Freeport placed third, but has every reason to believe that it will come out on top this June. Squad-Captain, Hughes: Chevallier, Colman, Cruickshank, Morton, Kohout, VV. Murphy, Moser, Andrews. Harmerw-Manager. ' ' ' l1929I 1' ' 8 6 GIRLS' SWIMMING TEAM Flushing "YH Adelphi Varsity Lawrence Long Beach This year Freeport High School has sponsored a Girls' Swimming Team for the first time in the history of the school. Under the guidance of Miss Beatty and Miss Hayes, the team is well on its way to future success. Next year the whole team will be veterans and we expect great things from them. 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STUDENTS l 5 Our high grade Students, Suits with two i i trousers-and Sport Suits with extra i i knickers-are seasoned with spruce style 2 i and fine fabric ! i 525.00 tO 565.00 : ' Established 1884 i i ADOLPH LEVY sc SON i 5 FREEPORT, N. Y. i i i E Telephone, Freeport 4719 i ! H osiery-Lingerie-C o rsel etfes , ! ! BON MARCI-IE Handbags Novelty jewelry for the miss and madarne who ! - love dainty things ! C 104-A SOUTH MAIN STREET E FREEPORT Q Q l c. PAUST Q Q Domesiie and Imported Q ! Delicatessen Q IMPORTED TABLE DELICACIES ! APPETIZING CONDIMENTS GABLES DELICATESSEN i i Merrick Road ' i Phone, Freeport 1468-J ! ' MERRICK DELICATESSEN ! . Merrick Avenue A ! MERRICK 3 Q Phone, Freeport 2416 i A 5 fini:114111rioiuixxioiuiuioindozo 14:4 0:45049 an gf if xr apo: oingoiozoioi 1: sz mi xi 1103034 052411014 ic 10:4 if 1 vi 141 iogoioioivivii THE PIONEER SHOP ISAAC W. MILLER Wo1ne1z's Sportwear Lingerie ana' Hosiery FREEPORT, N. Y. ri: viojoioic MAER'S Ladies' Wearirzg Apparel 92 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT inierifxicxioioioiqwi-01014 A. A. SAUNDERS Real Esfate and Izzsurauee Ofhces MERRIQK AVENUE AND SMITH STREET MERRICK, L. I. Telephones Freeport 1157-R Freeport S995 ofrioioinimrioiuioioic:oi wioioiogoozx Patronize our Adverfisers who have rnade Ibis book possible 1014 rim vie rtnuriaricrioioioicicicioiaaimunoirici 1 3 3 1 iioioici 1 1 142141 1 Phone, Freeport 1565 Phone, Freeport 39 8 5 EREEPORT ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT CO., INC. GENERAL ELECTRICIANS 46 West Merrick Road Freeport, New York E. H. BERGMANN, Manager rioioiaxioirrioirriuioioimriarioicri 11 103014 if if as 1 ri 1 if 1 14 ini riois is Telephone 448 0 SPORTING GOODS SHOP M. DANZIGER, Prop. jantzen Swimming Suits Tennis, Golf and Baseball Equipmeiif--Tifiiiifzs and Suitcases 70 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT 101 1014141 3414241411 g11,1410g4gig uionuqsoi 2 1414 :oi :sci 141 1 1 I 5 2 g Phone FREEPORT 6220 Telephone, Freeport 3635 i ! 9 2 I I-IUPMOBILE OTTO DEF. DEMUTH QAUDRY MOTORS Plumbing and H eating CORPORATIUN 2 i ! 143 E. MERRICK ROAD 70 W. SEAMAN AVENUE 5 EREEPORT, N. Y. Q E Q ! I ! Q 2 Q ! u ! v 10101 ri ri siavioirrioioioicrioioi K '49 azoricrioicmicricrioioioioioioioirricria Patronize our Adveriisers wbo bave made this book possible 0-ioioioioioioi 111 iriccnvioivaoioioiri 141 1 xnixtificxfificic Phone 1328 Freeport GROVE MARKET Fisb Cakes, Clam Cbowa'er, Friea' Oysters, Lobsters The only real Fish Market in Freeport 41 SOUTH GROVE STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. 3 xioioinioioioi 1 1 Q1 1 2:1 111 1 1 1 1 1 LEO SCHLOSS Coanselor of Law 22 PINE STREET, FREEPORT Class of 1912 10101 1 3 1:1111 1 1 10102011 ioioaboi Q: is 3 1 vi Phone, Freeport S388 TONJES BROTHERS Delicatessen and Fancy Groceries 42 SOUTH GROVE STREET FREEPORT 1110301014 111010101011 1 C9 as 1 3 3 Telephone, Freeport 1802 201024020 i 10:0 zinc 1014 fo 2 Doiflillioioioioioia if 1 14 11 if :oc 0:0 Q ! U Q Albin N. Johnson '93 ! g Hilbert R. Johnson '06 Q , ! JOHNSON at JOHNSON : Counselors at Law L 33 SOUTH GROVE STREET i i EREEPORT, N. Y. Q ! ,, Q U ! ! g Q FRANK E. WHITE Q . A Q Barber Shop U ! i i 103 CHURCH STREET Q 2 FREEPORT Q E ! ! i U 5 Q i Q Telephone, Freeport 3182 ! ,, Q Q ETTA B A Dress and Specialty Sbop l Q 68 SOUTH GROVE STREET ! i Next to Post Office : i FREEPORT, N. Y. Q C ETTA B. LAWSON i ! ind 0:9 9:01113 1014 1 1 1 vir 101 ri ri 10101: 10141 1010311111 1 311433014 THE HUB PRESS GEORGE C. HOFFMAN, Proprietor 3 Pine Street Cnear Mainj 10101 rininioiuioioirrioxoioioioicriolnlimr Patronize our Advertis PRINTING Freeport, N. Y. ers wbo bave made fbis book possible rioio wif ri in io: Doi:rixrimrirriaricricrlaricrinricric Q 92 Q ! Q ! Q Q Q l ' Q Walk around the corner and save a dollar . Q I C I f f 2 . . amp ,mm S of ! Tzme wzll tell GLENN BLAKELY Wear SUNDIAL SHOES Q 2 Soda - Grill ! 5 5 i SAMPLE SHOE STORE SUNRISE HIGHWAY AND MAIN STREET 82 CHURCH STREET Q . FREEPORT FREEPORT E Q 2 T. J. MULLIGAN l - Q ! Q 2 I Q Q ! ! ' Compliments of BUSY BEE STORES g 31 SOUTH GROVE STREET BLANCHE V. HILLER C C . . g "Better Grocerzes at Lower Przees" DRESSES H. STEINBERG, Manager Q g Phone, Freeport 2406 ! - E 9 l Tele hone, Free Ort 6165 i Telephones, Freeport 2922-2923 P P Q i l . GROVE MARKET FRANK A. KEOGH J- F- MANN, PVOP- Real Estate and Insurance Choice Fruits and Vegetables Q POST OFFICE BUILDING Orders Promptly Delivered g i South Grove Street 35 SOUTH GROVE STREET 6 i FREEPORT, N. Y. FREEPORT, L. I, i K Mortgage Imfestments Patronize our Advertisers who have made this book possible Nl 1 1 1-41:1 101111 111 31103011920 0:0 nu: 1011311 1114: i 111 111 111 o II: 1:1 3 1u1II1o1n1o:II:n1nxn1u:0,0 ozuxoinimrimrinicmioimmxoioioi 1 1 ri S1 301 1010101011 in ix 1 1 2 14 101014920 Freeport 462 0 VARIETY SWEATER AND SPECIALTY SHOP Sweaters, Leazfber Goods, H osiery, Batb Robes, Sport Apparel Underwear, Raincoals 79 SOUTH MAIN STREET I. MILBERG, Prop. FREEPORT, L. I gzq D01 Phone, Freeport 1428-R NEW YORK HAT SHOP Millinery and Supplies 83 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. P. H. DOBBIN v 1010301030303 ifliniuioioioinioq9,9 9:01:01 1 1 1 3 iii 11 1 ir: 1 101 H. C- DUNKER OPTOMETRIST Jos. H. MCCLOSIQEY 10240 3 1010: 1 1014 1 Q pzqnlriiifixiiifificiciififimlf ARTHUR A. SELZER, D. D. S. 105 .iq 0:01301 1 1 1 -1 111 101 rio: xiuioioif RAYMOND C. WHITTAKER BEST LUMBER CO., INC. 38 Smith Street Freeport, New York TELEPHONE, FREEPORT 1509 3 ri ri in 1 rirrioioiuiuilxioioi 01010101014rioqnniwrioisrioiuimrioiaioi 11014 Patronize our Advertisers wbo bave maa'e tbis book possible 011101 1 2 1010111 it if if 1 if 30101014 1011 2014 in -I uboioioioi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 ri 1 1 1 101111:vinismioiuioioioimme gtg 02011114I1ry:II1ugn1u103,,i,,1 2 I ! ! ! ! ! Q 2 WM. S. CHRISTY, JR. 5 REALTOR Q ! Q ! I izsziriince Service C MMM . , CHAS. F. BEHR C l MERRICK AVENUE g MERRICK, N. Y. i ! ! Phone Freeport 3142 i ! Q ! ! ! Q ! Q ! u !f Q ! Q ! i Q Freeport S223 Philco Radios i Phones: ' John 0708 .John 0709 CORPGRATION 5 CHAS. W. HANSE "Fiz11i0iis for Service" I IZSZLTKZIZCU 137 EAST MERRICK ROAD AUTOMOBILE, LIFE, BURGLARY, FIRE FREEPORT, L. I. Q Q ALL RISKS LAWRENCE JQ FERRARA Q ROOM 1711-80 MAIDEN LANE Presidenf Q Q NEW YORK 'E ! 3 2 J. SCHUMACHER ! Q Tele hone 184 u ! P Prime Meats ERUITS AND VEGETABLES I i SINCLAIR L' RAYNOR Telephone Freeport 4458 g g COAL 294 NORTH MAIN STREET 8 NORTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. i FREEPORT Ii i Pafroiiize our Advertisers who have made this book possible 11421910 Ozizoioiiiiciiiiiniiiric 10101 9 ilrilizxiaxirixri li 1 1 1010ioi0ini4o'a 9.094r14x14ziIri4I14ri4I14Iiari4ri4I14141010241 - S Franklin Kenny Grant Kenny 5 S Telephone' Freeport S313 KENNY PRESS Q WALTER KOBIN Commercial Printers Gelaefwl Contmdflr Rubber Stamps .nd Pads , 5 CATH Dlgilggyafggitfjlgdlng and Printing of the Bette? Grade at I Sand Gravel and To Soil for Sale Reasonable Pmces l Q l Dump Trucks io Hire 42 NORTH MAIN STREET 266 NORTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT' N' Y' g FREEPORT, L. I. i. .i.,.,-.,-u-I- --- -. -0-4 .4-4,-.1-fs.. Telephone, Freeport 4588 E Q Telephone, Freeport 1502 LAQTQMQQKET PRICETS BAKERY Poultry aria' Vegeltables We Bake Twig Daily Special Care Given Telephone Grders g g Bread, Rolls and all kmcls of Pastry 195 NORTH MAIN STREET i 176 NORTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. i FREEPORT 1 141 341 1 1 1 1 1 1 3 3 1 1411020 oztrioixi 1 1 341101 ioirinirxoioioiaxc 0 ioinicxioioiuim 1 Ii 101411 1 1 1 3100 9:5 9n1oi4rio14r14rini4 io: 14 14 34 if 1 Xi A l E Telephone 1 162 Let VENDITT do your Tailoring i l i OLIVER E. U. REYNOLDS JAMES VENDITT Fiue Plumbing The Maker of Cl01flJ6S of the i ! Steam and Hot Water Heating Better Grade' i ! Kohler Electric Sink C U Gas Water Heaters 49 NORTH MAIN STREET ! Tin and Sheet Metal FREEPORT g i Coal and Gas Ranges Established 1904 Phone 583-W i 52 NORTH MAIN STREET C FREEPORT 2u1oi4r14Iioio1I 1 in icrioiuioioioq 0:4 uzmjucb 1 14I14miu14r1o:o14rioi4r1o1 fini CD 1 1:1 1 1 1 i 2:1 1 1 2 14.1 114924 0:0zuioiuimi4x14rio1oi4r:4Ii4 141011: 14 i I Telephone, Freeport S392 ZEBRA VANITY SHOPPE I JACK AND JILL KIDDIE Haiirlba s ' g Q SHOPPE Hosiery T Perfulmenes i Exclusive WCd1'll7g Apparel 103 SOUTH MAIN STREE1' For Infants, Boys and Girls FREEPORT, N, Y, E 79 SOUTH MAIN STREET Q FREEPORT, N. Y. l C ini 1 34 101411411114v14xio1oiIr1o1o1gtg bzowiniuimr14I14r1o1o1o1Ix14r1ni 114101 i Patronize our Advertisers who have made this book possible 2 1111111 1 1 1 31410101 10:1 PLAZA THEATRE SOUTH GROVE STREET FREEPORT EDWARDS 86 GEORGE Counselors at Law FREEPORT Phone Freeport 2 2 84 io: ' I Telephone 4441 KARL L. VAUPEL 9 i Q 2 Q THE GARDEN SHOP g Flowers i For all Occasions 2 i g i 37 SOUTH GROVE STREET i Q FREEPORT, N. Y. I ! I E Q PLAZA GOODIE SHOPPE Q E. H. BEHRENS, Prop. ! Where Clealiness, Oualit 1 and u ! N 3 i i Service Excel Q g Grove Street and Sunrise Highway g i FREEPORT Q Telephone 4582 oi 1061029 0:01:11 1 xc: is iuioioinioiui 1:1 1 1 Q 1 v-1 141:01 via: 141 11:11 1 101111 1 vi 1: 1 28 Years in Freeport HAUSER'S HOUSE OF FLOWERS Florist - Decorator 20 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. iris: 1 1 1 15111 1 1 1,111 1 io: 1 Q 1:1 311: 1:1 111111131 iuioiuioioz imiuifzioiniunb 01010101 THE .IEANNE SHIBLEY-ALLEN CALM STUDIO OF DANCE MAIN STREET AT MERRICK ROAD QStone Buildingj FREEPORT, LONG ISLAND Residence Phone, Freeport 3192 Studio Phone, Freeport S46-J Classic, Ballet, Russicuz-Italian, Tecfazzique-Balvy IVorla Buck and Wifzg, Tap ana' Step Soft Shoe, Acrobatic, and Ballroom Dczncilzg Studio Open from 10:00 A. M. to 10:00 P. M. :uitiam:cuminloxuioioioiuinioioi Patronize our ALl'L'L'l'flSC'1'S who faczve matte tlais book possible 6090103413011 101021 10101 1411010101 01411411411o1f11cvioi4w1u:uio1u14rim 1 ni ninapnzuioioioioioi 1 1 3 1 1 iuioi1wiuioi1v11 3 Ii 11 1 vi 11121 31 11 1 i1r:1Iio:1r:o3n11r1o11r:o: 1 3 3 1 1 11r1o11n1o1o11r:1 1 +1131 I1 1113 1 1031131111: 1 1 1 1:1 is Two Sfores for Service M. M. ECKHARDT . Dealer in HAY, GRAIN AND SEED Poultry, Horse. Cow Feedg Dog Suppliesg Fertilizerg Seed Potatoes Full Pep Feed Purina Feed Shaw and Truesdale Feed BALDWIN! 81 CHURCH STREET Telephone 13-I-0 Freeport FREEPORT: 43 CHURCH STREET Telephone 2818 Freeport i4I1o11Iiu1oi1rio11ri1 i1 11 1 31 i cboiwzo 0:1 gg,34,14,3Ug0g01.,10g01011 11 Telephone: Freeport 499 8 J. LA MASA Barber Sfoop ELIZABETH BUILDING 26a CHURCH STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. 01:1 3 1 1 1 1 1 irixioioirivi ONE BRIGHT SPDT-EREEPGRT FRANK XVILLETS Realfor Main Office-ELIZABETH BUILDING CHURCH AND PINE STREETS FREEPORT Telephone 5062 Seeializing in Pirfure Framing G. BRAITHWAITE Sfafioner 10 CHURCH STREET Telephone: Freeport 2458 Office Sizppfies and Engraving rioioioi101011xi1r11r11r1n11:11r11r11ri 1149 t:olpoi1:111ioio11ri1ri1ri1r1oi0ioi1vi11011 Q N 'C 0:4 sfo 03 0:0 M1101 1 110 oz 0:0111 Telephone: Freeport 2627-J MISS BARBARA MIGLINO Beaufy Parlor and Barber Shop pe 20 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. 2o31r11x1oi1n11ni1x1o1o1oi1v:1r11xi 1011 Telephone 2201 Free Delirery CHAS. MERK 81 SON Choice Meats ana' Poulfry SOUTH GROVE STREET Next to Post Office FREEPORT :oi 1 vi ri x11r11r:o1o:o11r1 rioioioz- 1111Iiniuioioioicmi1n:1r11r11I1u1o11vi1o Q ,S 025031, 1. 1. 1. .1 .1.v1o:1 GEO. FRENZELAS 81 CO. Fancy Fruifs and Vegofables Free Delivery S2 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, N. Y. 111 i1 1 11 11 11 11 ioi4v11v1ozo11v1o:.1 FRANK DANIELS Bicycles ana' Velocipedes Supplies Expert Repairing Agent for Iver Johnson Bicycles 45 CHURCH STREET COpposite High Schoolj FREEPORT, L. I. Pafronize our Adverfisers who bare made Ibis book possible ini 1010: ri r11r:1v:o11rio11wi1 xi1ui1vi1I1o11r1n:n1n:11:01 101111 3-1 11014 v rags rioinioiozmze ! ! ! ! i I 3 are C raw ftwzo 0:4 0:0 1:1 11 1 110111414141 101411 0101 1 i1 1: 1:11u1o1o1u1o1n1o1o14 Texas Gas and Oils OLDSMOBILE Highest Motoring Value the clay you huy it and every day you drive it STOWERS MOTORS, INC. 180 SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT, L. I. Telephone Freeport S632 011141110111 141111111411 141 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 101 1 1:14114 Telephone, Freeport 3896 SMITH'S SERVICE STATION ATLANTIC AND LONG BEACH AvEs. FREEPORT Tydol Green Gas and Oils Alemite Service, Batteries Charged, Amelie Oils Free Air, Water and Battery Service .4 sq u'o fm , 6 1-1 :o1u1o1o1o1 141 14141 141 10111 YOUNG 85 ANTON Printers Now l0C'llf6'tI1 in New Home 115 WEST SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT, N. Y. 33 We print everything from iz 'visiting Card to ri newspiiper .g.,- - -,: .-:.-..- I - ..,.- -..I 1- .. -1. ole 9:0901 1 1 1 1 1 1:1 1 1 1 qso1'1-sir 11 111 11110 1.1. Founded 1892 THE FREEPORT BANK "Sees that it servesv Let this year yield you the full measure of saving that this institution pays you in interest FREEPORT, N. Y. Patronize our Advertisers who have made this hook possible s1o1o1o1o1o1o1:r14i1o1o1o1o1o1o1f 115111101 1 xi 1 51 1 111uicziuiuiuinimzioi 51:51 102 riri-0101011 5143141 it-1 is: 3 1 1 3 2 1 111 :fi icicifioioicirixivicioi 1010141 141 3 1 1 1011 3 1110: 141431-1c1o1o1o14io1oio1o1oi4 bioioioioioif 11 igvioioioilvioioi Luge 1 14 if 14 3010101014 if 101014511 Telephone: Freeport 3229 HENRY VON ELM REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE 43 WEsT MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y. THE LEYDEN PRESS 9 RAILROAD AVENUE FREEPORT, N. Y. We make a specialty of printing for Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Camp Fire Girls, Clubs, Societies, etc. As a special offer, in connection with this advertisement, we will print for any club or individual 125 sheets of note paper and 125 envelopes to match for 51.25 This offer expires July 15, 1929 2 111 3 si 5:01 101510151 101010101 010301 010101: 1. 1 riuqpni-0101034 ff iferybody uowsn There's a corner store called Joe's, Where every High School Student goes, To buy his pencils, pads and sweets, And track supplies for all the meets. When equipment of the best is sought For swimming and the tennis court, In fact, I'd say, for any sport, just step in Joe's, and not for naught. SPORTING GOODS CIGARS, CIGARETTES and and TOYS I. Zabrowsky STATlONERi1r S2 SOUTH GROVE STREET FREEPORT, L. I. 3113011111 111014xioiuiuioinrinimrioin11:14rioiiwioicrianiuioqvozoz 1 xi vi Patrorzize our Advertisers who have made this book possible oxiniozoi rioi r1o14I14r1o3o14r14 mini x:4x3o14I14I1o1uin1Ivioi4Ii4x1u 01:03 11 ini 14143 io: 1 1 1 :ini mi I1 ini-01:14 101030101 nz :i4y1o:4r:oi4ri014p7oi41i4v14r14r14r14 A 0101014114 34 14 14v14ri4r1010i4ri4si4r2oi4s:4n14r14w-1 rio1oio1oi4ri4ri4 10101 14 3014 CHARLES F. FRITZ Plumbing, Heating and Skeet Metal XVork Stove and Heater Repairs a Specialty All Jobbing Promptly Attended to 67 WEST MERRICK ROAD, FREEPORT, N. Y. Residence: 6 COTTAGE COURT Telephone 744 Estimates Cheerfully Given 0 010: 11413030113 5 1 in 1 CQ4 1 si 1 110101 x14 io: 0101 10101411 134 1 1 1 i4 301014:-i4 14 1014114 Buick Service Hupmobile Service Stuilebalzer Service KELLY BROTHERS General Automobile Repairing Phone: Freeport 3202 Emergency Phone 764-J 157-159 SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT Compliments of H. WOLFSON 94rio14x14uio14rin1o1o14r: 14 101014 1034 Telephone, Freeport 2 2 8 2 FREEPORT GARDEN AMERICAN AND CHINESE Restaurant Daily Lunches American Lunch . . SOC. Chinese Lunch . . 40c. 70-72 SOUTH MAIN STREET FREEPORT, L. I. 1 1 :I 14 zocrgzg 1 141141 14:1 1410141 1 ini inqboioioioi 2415111121 14411411101 Buick Sales and Service SMITH 81 POST as-40 EAST MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y. Telephone: Freeport 834 ioioiui 14110102501 sioioiof :ini -gunna: 14 iozoiozug 14 1 24 1 1 Telephone, R. V. C. 4350 DR. M. F. LEE Veterinarian 530 MERRICK ROAD ROCKVILLE CENTRE, N. Y. pinion 4:0 o:u:oi4x14rio14r14xio14s1o14ni4r:4r14 1 34 Patronize our Advertisers who have made this book possible 0301014ri4ri41i4I14x1o1o1u:o:o1 i ii 341101 viuioiz 2 no 3111 1 1 30:0 03301011 1 1014 are is 10111014 101: 203021 g I - i MURIEL E. BATES Conzplinzlzeis Of ht Q SIGMA BETA Instruction in the Ari of the Dance A U Special Summer Course June 30th '5""' """""""""""""' to 3 1 i ".101UQ I4 i0i0l0l1bl0lKll0lfl'i4VQ4lQCPll if This Short intensive course includes all phases of the Dance. Register now as classes will he limited. e o 4 : I II 2 CHURCH STREET AND SUNRISE HIGHWAY 3 Entrance through hiusic Shop A FREEPORT, L. I. Q i H 2 Phone Freeport 6095 H 2 I Ui D Q l Q l Q l Q l T l iii lil! OQVQO-lil i5l?,4Q7-0l0l0l45,U.YQll0,l . I 5 A Bgaufjlful and Pydc-fic-dl CHAS. GLASS FLOYD D. MILLER , , i ' President Sec"y-Trees Grarluafzon Gzfzf . FREEPORT HEMPSTEAD CCRP. g 66 EAST MERRIGK ROAD -N mm FREEPORT, NEW YORK II Telephone: Freeport 2563 EESsiEeg1iEQ 5 u i l I i . 2 05912 ri if irriuirrimxioinisrloioioioioif EQQQQQEQQF Wg' U .. i 5510111 1 ioioioxoie 14 1o:o1vivio1oi4 ' Complimenfs of LONG ISLAND ADDING MACHINE Q AND TYPEWRITER SALES AND E B E T T Y S M I T H SERVICE CO. SIWART DRESSES 2 i 35 MERRICK ROAD i 299 SOUTH GROVE STREET BALDWIN, N. Y. E i FREEPORT, L. I. Telephone: Freeport 466 Phone: Freeport 2888 i ! 1-uioini 110341:riniuxozozoiuii10101 0:0 ozovioioioi-ozozoirriuioiozavifvioioinze Pafronize our Adwrfisefs who bdlff' made this book possible' rx 14110141 1 1 ist 111: 10: 1 iwiuiriui 14114141 ioiuiuiuiz Telephone Freeport 1 ' CHESTER A. FULTON SC SUN ,INC. Ambulance Service C. MILTCN FOREMAN Lumber Yard Hardware Store BROOKLYN AVENUE AND MAIN STREET H adillac Q i f , La Salk . E'IIIIIl,Y , ' - vw -r and X y K is 355 J Aufomgbiles G. BENNET SMITH, TNC. FREEPORT HEMPSTEAD 14 1 1 101:10:4r1o:u1o1ngo34114rxoxoiuiuzuioixaxuimioioz 10101014 Patronize our Advertisers who have made this book possible 30111 3 3 3 1 :vistas as 1 1:1 3 I if: 112 iii 1 1 201011101 10101011114 AN IMPORTANT PART OF YOUR EDUCATION -is learning how to use the many services of a modern bank to safeguard your funds and speed up your financial progress. Start learning these things now hy opening an account at this fienitly Bank today li RS 'FE TATIOMM. BANK ma TRUST COMPKY QF FREEPORT "The Bank Convenient" 2014: 1011.7 1: 1 1 1. 2 1011 3333 3014343 1414110147 Q 5 Q We are Young But Growing Rapidly ! ! WHY? Because We satisfy our students 2 i All Commercial Subjects T 5 NASSAU SECRETARIAL SCHOOL 8 W. MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT 5 i Telephone -I-6-ll i Q i ! sri cp 3 iii 1 143 141414101014 .gQ.,.,.,... Q..- .. .. -. .. Q. .0-. .N ....,..,.. UNITED CIGAR STORES L. R. POSNER, Agent 29 R. R. AVENUE, Opp. R. R. Station -P W. MERRICK ROAD Opp. Citizens Bank Happiness Candy 0151: an 3 1- zoioioxoioioxoioi 1:0103 FREEPORT CANDY KITCHEN Home Made Candy ana' I Ce C Vflllll FREEPORT, N. Y. , Y ri 1 3 3 in-1010301 1 141411 111110150 0:01303 ifiioiirioioioioioi rivioiuioi. Patronize our Advertisers who have made this book possible 1 scenic: 111 34:11 1 i 1:11011 vi vis r1o101o1x1 1 11:1 1 1 14:1 1 1111111 14101 1o1c141n111c141c14141 FLORENCE REED, TNC. Beauty Salon 93 GROVE STREET FREEPORT, L. I Catering to a discriminating clientele demanding The Best in Beauty Culture Eugene Permanent Waxfe Appointments Freeport 6129 11111 1 1 1n1n1o1o1nc:o1 as 1 1 1 1 1 r1oc:rr1-o1u1:1clzuio1 110101 1 1 110101 c:w1v1-4u9u1n1r4:no1o1 1 1 1 111: 1 1 111 1 1 1 111 1 1 1 1 1 PARAMOUNT BILLIARD AND BOWLING ACADEMY MERRIOR ROAD AND GROVE STREET Six Alleys and Six Tables RESERVED FOR LADIES' CLUB VV. JAMES, Prop. 1013111 1 1 1:1101 cp41nc: 1 qs 1-4 ellsx1n1rr1ou1.O1o1oqb 1 an 1 1 101411 +1n1n1u1oqsO1n1r,1n1o1oemo1o-1:1 an -141-1m1u14s1r:1o1 1 1- 1 1 ap 1 1 1-O1 Telephone, Freeport 5060 THE GROVE GIFT AND ART SI-IOPPE Q2 Doors North of Post Ofiicej 60 SOUTH GROVE STREET FREEPORT, N. Y Gifts of the Hour for Every Season of the Year Greeting Cards, Bridge Prizes, Tallies, Lamps, Shades, Writing Paper, Glassware Chinaware, Pottery, Novelty Jewelry, Pictures, Books, Leather Goods, Clocks Artificial Flowers, Rugs and Tapestries, Fountain Pens, Desk Sets, Party Requisites, Bird Cages, Toilet Articles, Candles, Novelties Circulating Library 1 1 1 1 1 1014131 1 1:1nqsn1n1o1u1n1n11119011qs: 1 .1 1 -1 1:1 1-11 1 111o1x111f1o1o1i1:1 1 1 cs 1 1 1 1 11141 1 1114111 1 141 111 14 For the Best Sodas and Purest Home Made I ee Cream and Candies TRADE AT L. ZANETTFS CONFECTIONARY 33 W. MERRICK ROAD, FREEPORT 1 1 xi 1 ri sim1111v1n1n1n1o1o1o1m1101:r1o1o1n1n1n1oupc1:141: 1 1 1 P14 Patronize our Advertisers who have made this book possible Q 3 34 3, I 1 I it if 1,1 3 1 11' U wg. pq ptnioicuioioicrioifvioifviozoii 10101114 , 2 g Telephone, Freeport 2972 2 i ! : i ! ORLANDO RAYNOR 1. 5 Q X- Q 9 v on : Q Rc-al Esfafe IIISZITLZIZC6 i Mortgage Loans 7- v -Qu, 3 i 5 'f N- OWN. 35 RAILROAD AVENUE i 4 , C i Q FREEPORT, N. Y. -"' 'Lx Q 2 6 I ?, 1 ff ! 5:0101 1 if 1014 ioicrioioioicrioioivric , ' ' ': 5' 93 ! Q wg! L- g fibuioicicifiwvicrioioioioioioioifricrxf " U l, THE M f ' 5 Q ELSIE ELIZABETH TEA SHOPPE gg. Fi, "E or 5 FORMERLY THE TART SHOPPE Q Orders Taken for FTER graduation she becomes more H0"79 Made Cflkeein Pin: interested in clothes than she was BVU!!! fllld RUNS during her school days. And for her to 7 N Y learn how this cleaning and dyeing shop 3' SOUTH GROXE STREET can help to keep her looking dainty and Telephone 1613'.T FREEPORT stylish with less clothes-purchase, will help .f.,..,-.,-,-,-.,.r,..,....,..--i,..,..,..-,. papa figure out the ways and means. . -I I-1 p-H-I H-B-I--1 K- -ilfr. Before rum' J-fier i Q j ! I Q E ! , "Spotless CZEIIIITllg'PF7'IllIIIIFI1f i ! S Dyeing - Tailored Prexsizzgu 2 Q C. V. BoLLER Q g ,iQlQUlQP,47aUQ N Q45Q1V'Q?QYQ4PiUQ0,01 - I ,i,bo10ilivi14i41414111 14i-130101014 Sports Apparel for the Family i Q Telephone l l-PQ 70 SOUTH GROVE STREET FREEPORT i LEIBERT SHOE co. i 23 YV. RIERRICK ROAD Phone Freeport 3098 FRI-3EPLjR'1' l ! ! ! I l 11 1 1 1 2 iuioiuz 1 iozoiozozoqf. Q oxen:-xiniiriuinxiiiioinioioi vi-trivia: vi. Pufronizf our Advertisers who ban' Made fbis book possible 1031101 1 1010101 1 ici 1 1 in 1 101011 1 1 101010101010101010 Phone Freeport 2036 MARIGOLD DINING ROOM MRS. C. M. RIZER, Proprietress SUNRISE HIGHWAY AT GROVE STREET Luncheons 6Sc Dinners 551.00 Special Sunday Dinners Chicken and Duck 551.25 Roasts 351.00 is azureIioiuiniuiuzuioia1 1 1 ii 1 in 1 1 Phone Freeport 2-168 DAVISSGN 85 COMPANY - Retailers - Dress Goods - Handkerchiefs - Notions 11-13 SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT Selling Agent NIGCQIH Patterns 0: 1 1 1111203010101 1 1 1 1 iuaozo 9:0101 1010101010ioiuiuioiirioiui it iwiziigimaiixiiiiiiii HUGHES-DRAKE CORPORATION 31 W. MERRIGK ROAD, FREEPCRT AUTO AND MARINE SUPPLIES "We Have If' xnixiiiziiizi 1111 -1 gg 1 1 1 1 1 1111151111111 1:11101 11-13010101111111111111--ut------0141-1--II Mortgages Firsts and Seconds Loans Building, Temporzl ry and Permanent FFELEPHON E, FREEPORT 304-1 LONG ISLAND FUNDING CORPORATION 111 SUNRISE HIGHWAY FREEPORT, N. Y. zfiiriiiiziiziiiiix 11111111411 111 1111405 Phone Freeport 3994 G. DEUTSCH Upbolsterer and Inferior Decorafor +5-47 SUNRISE HIGHVVAY FREEPORT 10114 qw: ozapoiiixiiiixil-ii:-11:1 WALTER B. COZZENS C'Ol1ZLl'6ZCfOl' and Bziildei' FREEPORT, N. Y. Telephone 11-1-1 X Pafronizc' our Adverfisers who fam-'cf marie this book possible 0141301011rinioioioiuioir3 3 1 1 1 ioxoioiosoioirma 1101 114 1 vi in iciiiix:Ii3:xiiiixiimiirgimiiwiiiliiiiici ALEX ADAM 85 DAUGHTERS FLORISTS 53 W. MERRIGK ROAD FREEPORT, N. Y. Phone 2435 iiifiiiziiiiiiziinzx' FREEPORT RADIO SUPPLY CO. 119 WEST SUNRISE HIGHWAY S1fana'ara' Sets Radio Supplies - Repairing Batteries Recharged - Inspection Service FREEPORT, N. Y. Telephone 826 2 1 3 ininioioiniaximri 1 1 iiiodszo vioxx FREEPORT MUSIC SHOP ESSIG gl IVES SUNRISE HIGHWAY AND CHURCH STREET FREEIAORT Everything in Music ana' Musical Insfrurnenfs The Largest Musical Institution on L. l. Hardman, Peck 8: Co., Pianos Electric Radio Sets ini 1 xi 14IZIIQUQIIQUQGQ4rinioioioioq ,., 5,501 0511 298 FULTON AVENUE HEMPSTEAD, N. Y. Phone 3553 iioiiiiiqzpiiixiiwiiixirl BALDWIN 86 CORNELIUS Co., Inc. Established 1890 Municipal ana' Civil Elzgilmers Surveyors Telephone 205 Freeport 117 VV. SUNRISE PIIGHXVAY FREEPORT VALUABLE COUPON A quart of Brick Ice Cream for -P0 cents if you bring this coupon TO TAIBER,S DRUG STORE 152 SOUTH IXIAIN STREET FREEPORT Paironizc' our Advrfrfisers who have made ibis book possible 1111: 01131 2 3 1 3 3131111 143 34:14 3 :Gini 1 10103010301 3:0101 nier1o1o14I1oioio1n1ni wi: i 3 ri ri 103141 1010101 Z 1:1 1 1 1 11111920 ozqxcxiciiciicsiariici 101 143 1 la R- M- WE155 il W.J.HA1G,1Ne. Tailor and Fzirrier Q ' ' Pbar11zaeisz's FfFf1FhDf,1'C1e11ning Q Q I THE REXALL STORE 10A NV. MERRICK ROAD FREEPORT Q Z3 W. MERRICK ROAD l C Telephone -H05 i FREEPORT l ! i E Sbop iii i 5 S P E C I A L T Y 2 i THE BEE HIVE DEPARTMENT 5 ELLA pggfr STORE Milliuery - Ari Embroidery Q l Beads - Ribbons 53 W. MERRICK RQAD Notions - Trimmings I l FREEPQRT i Lamp Shade Frames Q l - -. -. - - - H ! Telephone Freeport 333 5 Q P. A. CALLAHAN Q Q . H l JOSEPH L. CASASSA Druggzsf E Cboice Frzzifs and Vegetables 379 ATLANTIC AVENUE 8-l SQUTH lVIAlN STREET FREEPORT i EREEPORT A i l Q Q U ! l l RGBERTS MEN'S SHOP Q Collzplinzenfs of 9-l SGUTH MAIN STREET H E i KAPPA BETA FREEPORT NEWV YORK U Telephone +436 g g E i 3 oi 1 Q1 xiuioioiui ri rio1o:o1o1u:ox0,0 0:0-io-1010101010101 rqpoioi rio: ri vioxx Pafroz1iEe our Advertisers wbo kbave made fbis book possible 10101 3031303 3 1 1411 2 1 111 3 2 11131010 ozonex1031rifrioioifvioioioixxifxioioix3014 I ! Phone Freeport 6078 i ! Phone Freeport 3535 l l GRCVE i BARBER 86 BEAUTY SITIQPPE FREEMONT GIFT SI-ICP Specializing in Artistic Hair Cutting ! ! Permanent Waving and All Q ! 24 W, Mer-riek Rggd Branches of Beauty Culture ! ! l 34 SO. GROVE STREET FREEPORT, L. I. ROBERT L, VAN ALSTYNE Freeport I ! ! ! Tel. Free Ort 1301 Formerly of Brooklyn u l P i I C C BITTERMAN'S LADIES SI-IOFPE KAYLE HAT SHOPPE Q ! I . . ' ! Exe uslve Cofliets, gloves, Hosiery ana' 2 i S1 Un earwear 60 MERRICK RD' FREEPORT g i Also a Full Line of Dresses i FITTINGS BY APPOINTMENT Phone Freeport sseo j Q so W. MERRICK ROAD g COR. CHURCH ST . FREEPORT Free Test of Your Hair Tel' Beauty Culture TONY'S ORIGINAL CENTRAL BARBER and HAIR DAESSER IVina'blown Bob-Finger Wave The Latest Styles in Vogue Get Your Permanent Wave for Graduation 2222 23 R. R. AVENUE FREEPORT, N. Y. K. J. ANTHOLIS, Prop. in 1 1 ri 3411nizxioiuininioiuim 311101111 1 10301030311 101 rin: rioioioiaioir Patronizc' our Advertisers who have made this book possible 1014110141 14 14 1 r1o1o14114:1o1o1o 1411111111111111 Ben Goldman Harry L. Hotch I, - ' ' ' nun: Il i GOLDMAN'S SHOE SHOP Shoe: to Fit the Entire Family 76 SO. MAIN ST. FREEPORT, N. Y. Phone Freeport 4266 41 1 1 1o14v1o1o1o14x1o1o1 1 1 iuxozo 1 1 1 1411101411 1 1 14141 1 1011 Phone Freeport 3554 ETI-IEL'S BEAUTY SI-IOPPE Sperializing in Eugene Permarzenl Wfafve All Branches of Beauty Culture 38 SO. GROVE STREET FREEPORT, L. 1. 1o1o1u1o1o14x1u1x1 1 1u1n1u1o1r11ocw HARRY BARASCH 1010101 1:1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1:11450 9:01 PREEPORT LUNCH 101 1 11 1 1:10141101114r1o1n1o1o :wie 1014114114 14 14 14 1 11101 1 1 1014 140 4 Vifit Freeporfr New ART NEEDLEWORK SHOP I-IEMSTITCHING PLEATING TUCKING - FLUTING Full Line of WOOL and EMBROIDERY Supplies Free Lei-.font by expert teachers in all kinds of Iflfool Knittinys, also Lampshade Corixtruftiorz and Dexigm. FREEPORT ART NEEDLEWORK, INC. 56 VVest Merrick Road Under Chop Sticks Phone Freeport 5707 1 1 1 1:1411 1 1o1o1o1o141 1:1 1: 111111111114111 10146 g:qp4x1 1 1 1 1 1 1:1 1 1 1 11 1 1:11 PALACE ATHLETIC CLUB 1:11 1 1 141 1 1 1 1 1111114114 .:4xo1aD111l11- 1 11- 1 1 11 STANDARD OIL COMPANY OF N. Y. L. I., 41 Freeport, N. Y. So, Grove Street, north of Merrick Road CLAUDE RAYNOR, Mgr. Tirer, tubey, dl'ft'.f.S'07'i6J Free Crank-rare .ferfvife u14:14v1o1o1o14uqso1u1o111 111 1 1: Pafronize our Affverfisers who have made this book possible H1 11 VH I 5 1 1,1 1 V' f 1 W 1 1 1 111 ,W li ll 1 1,1 fl! 11 1.1 114 ri 111 1 11 P 3 '1 1. 1 I 1I iii ,H 1, 11, 1 V I HEL... iii: Wonisiiiiiiiiiriii 01 0 0.01 v 0.002 ir: 1 ill 1 11141 1 1 1 1 3 i in an 101020103 3 if if it if 10: 1 IRVINCFS MEN'S SHOP Clozfbier - Hatter - H eiberclasber TUXEDOS TO HIRE PHONE 3371 80 SO. MAIN STREET Q 9,4501 iii 1 1 1 1 1 1111213 1 1 1011 CHARLES TRUE Hardfware - - Du Pont Paints - - and - - Dum House Furnishings - - Boat Supplies - - Toys Tel. Freeport 60 5 So. MAIN ST. Res. 452 Rockville Centre FREEPORT nm: 1:11 1 1 1 1 is: 1414111430 S. 86 S. CLOTHIERS 71 S. MAIN STREET FREEPORT ozorirriiiiimiiiiiiiiivi Phone Freeport 191 Oiuiuioiui 1 1 si do 1 1 3 1 1 iii 011iariuiuirrioiuzoi1110111 1 3 1 1 1 3 3 3 ri Q11 1 1 1 ioiniuiuioioixxioioioioio 0,0 ,Qui 1 3 1 111 1111111 2101: llfith Best lVisl1es for F. H. S. CI-IUBBUCKS DRUG STORE iioioznqe MAIN STREET FREEPORT I nxszq 0:01201 1 1 1 ri 11 in 2 xi si ri rioioiwi 0:92. 20:0 0:4 :nz 101010101010i0i- m1010101-oi sioicoxo SIDNEY H. SWEEZEY Counselor at Lafw FREEPORT ui 1 1:0101 101 ri 1 ri- ri 2 riuioioqq, 1430143 1:1 1 ifificiaieixvioiqioiwzv L. 85 J. LAUX SERVICE STATIONS, INC. Tyilol Gas - - Veeclol Oil Tires, Tubes 'and Accessories Amelie Oil CORNER MERRICK ROAD AND SO. LONG BEACH AVE. FREEPORT, N. Y. ui ri 1 11 ri 103011xioicrioiuioir1010301011rioinicrioinuiuinioi rioioivl 1010 gzq Patronize our Adiferfisers wloo have made Ibis book possible . Q .460 101 ioioioioioi 3011 3 ri 1 1- 3 1405 Ozlbuiqxioioioioicwioioi 1 1 1 141 if 1 2 ' Q Phone Freeport 2786 g I Telephone 94-4 i ! STRASSLE BROS. GARAGE G i General Auto Repairx ' C i WHITNEY VAN WICKLEN CO., INC. Storage by the Day, llfeek or Month ! A -Emergenry Tofwing at your Jerfvifc- Q g Plumbing and 115015719 Day and Night ! i 55 E. MERRICK RD. FREEPORT, L. I. ' Q 66 So. MAIN ST. FREEPORT T! ! 1231? i i ii 3 i 3 3 i i 3 1 il? 95.1 i ibiblrbltvliliuilinilwiuiuilili 3 i i "Shoes for the Enfirf FnmiIy" i ! THE ESTELLE SHOPPE i Spefializing in Drenex ! POPULAR SHOE STORE and Coat: for Efuery Ormrion ! g 68 S. MAIN STREET One Flight Up FREEPORT i ! es SO, MAIN ST. FREEPORT, N. Y. Q Phone 2852-W ! ! I Q i ! Freeport 5891 i Q DAYLIGHT COTTON STORES ' ! 5 i ED. BRENNAINVS SERVICE STATION A4BRAl-1A4M L1TlVf1K D i Tydol GIl.f0lIHl'-f,Il.f - Grr'11.fz'.v i U. S. Timur, Tubfx and ,4ffz'.v.ror1fr 2 C EDW. L. IZRENNJIN, Pro . u ! P MAIN STREET FREEPORT. L. I- 142 W. SUNRISE HIGHWAY 3 FREEPORT, N. Y. 'i ! I E I 8 U Tel. 4957 Freeport C a 2 Q , Complinzonfs of E Q HEIM S BAKERY C 2 HENRY HEIM, Prop. a ! 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