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Many on List for 80 per cent.
Average and Good Record
in Attendance.
The following are the pupils of St.
Mary's school who have averaged
eighty or over, and who have not
been absent or tardy during the
month of November:
Eighth Grade—M. Walsh, J. Dam
beck, J. Mulvaney, A. Walsh, M.
White, Joseph Duffey, Detltia Dono
van, Loretto Buckley, Mary Gazi, Ed
ward Jones, Helen Kelly, Margaret
Llptack, Agnes Kenna, George Mur
ray, Florence Finan.
Seventh Grade—Mary Kennedy,
Madallne Mullin, Rose Steib, Emma
Bradley, Joseph Desmond.
Sixth Grade—Elizabeth Hartley,
Bernard Hilferty, Joseph Kerr, Mary
Schuck, Gertrude Tyrrel, Margaret
Flynn, Margaret Connelly.
Fifth Grade—Mary Bolan, John
Csabai, Anna Duffy, Edward Dalton,
Mary Dolan, Joseph Fruehwirth,
Charles Gray, James Hartley, Joseph
Kilsby, Elizabeth Liptak, Thomas
Mullen, Madeline O'Leary, Daniel
Sullivan, Margaret Whelan.
Fourth Grade—John Keager, John
Daly, George Brooks, George Aycrs,
William Heenan, Charles Marsh, Dew
is Huff, Fridolin Schuck, Richard
Connelly, Edna Gray, Veronica Start,
Catharine Murray, Maud Doucett,
Teresa Egan, Amelia Johnson, Katli-1
leen Powers, Helen Barrett.
Third Grade—Grace O'Hara, Maud I
Morris. Nellie Miller, Elizabeth Con- )
nors, Margaret Duke, Helen Scannell, ;
Aagot Cahill, Esther Higgins, John '
O'Leary, Joseph Kennedy, Margaret
Reid, Catharine Egan, Grace O'Boyle,
Margaret Dane, Joseph Dane, Joseph
Sleber, Mary Sieber, Veronica Buck
Second Grade A—-Louisa Beatty·
Eileen Connelly, Helen Collow, Sophia
Geddry, Irene Hanley, Marie Hughes,
Violet Miller, Stella Miller, Catha
rine Scannell, Gertrude Wade, Thom
as Brennan, Leo Donehue, John De
voe, Joseph Harrigan, William Mc
Quarrie, Albert Strieker, James Start.
Second Grade Β—Charles Buchan,
Walter Brooks, George Dalton, Jere
miah Daly. John Reilly, Frank Stros
key, Albert Waters, William Ford,
Richard Fennesey, Edward Kenny,
Jack Waters, Herbert Sullivan, Fran
cis Hock, Bertha Hulsman, Charlotte
Kress. Chrissie O'Hara, Catharine Ro
gan, Ruth Wade, Frances McNamara,
Rose Dalton, Marian Cleary, Frances
Carmody, Dorothy Burns, Mildred
Bird, Margaret Burke, Viola Ayres,
William Dambach.
First Grade A—Clare Donovan, An
na Fruehwirth, Anna Kenny, An
toinette Massopust. Veronica Nolan,
Mary ltenger, Anna Hanley, Ruth
Dunn, Eleanore Hurley, Winifred
Desmond, James Egan, Edward Ken
nedy, Francis Dane. Allan McQuarrie,
John Scannell, John Fazkas.
First Grade Β—Elizabeth Rogan,
Margaret Blanchard, Margaret Bren
nan, Margaret Dalton, Harold Dan
back, Victo.' Hulsman, Henry Doucett,
Michael Egan, John Wade, John
The annual meeting of the Mon
mouth County Board of Agriculture,
which will be held tomorrow, prom
ises tb be well attended by farmers
from all parts of the county. Com
munities throughout the county are
organizing into committees and elect
ing representatives to the new board.
County Farm Demonstrator Duryee
is meeting with these committees and
discussing the best lines of demon
stration work to be carried out in
their communities. Tomorrow morn
ing's session will be given to busi
ness when the members of the board
will vote on the reorganization plan,
the officers and delegates will be
elected and the board of directors,
composed of elected representatives
of the communities, will elect an ex
ecutive committee of seven members
to meet frequently and transact the
business of the board. This session
will be held in the Court House and
will begin at 10 o'clock.
At 12 o'clock the board will go to
the Freehold Armorv, where there
will be time for inspection of a large
exhibit of farm products and dis
plays showing results of tests carried
out by the county farm demonstrator
during the past year. Including late
crops, home grown potatoes, second
crop Giants frown in Virginia espe
cially for trial In Monmouth county
and which will be sold at cost for
testing; a large display of corn grown
in neighborhood t^sts and by county
corn growers; exhibits of potatoes
showing results of demonstrations
the past year, and a large exhibit
showing the work of the County
Homo Economics Clubs during the
past year, consisting of canned goods,
bread, flreless cookers, etc. A dollar
dinner will be served at 12:80.
Immediately following the dinner
president J. C. Rlchdale will conduct a
short business session and then toast
master E. A. Sexsmith will Introduce
S. S. Fiassett, specialist in Co-Opera
tive Organization In the United States
Department of Agriculture, a man of
national reputation, who will speak on
"Some Recent Examples of Successful
Co-operation," and Professor Alva
Agee of the New Jersey State College
Will speak on "Rural Organization."
The meeting of the Men's Associa
tion of the British Isles Kellef Asso
ciation will be held tomorrow night
at the Caledonian Club room. Ar
rangements will be made at that time
for the social and dance to be held In
Palace hall Friday night, December
The statement of the account of the
social and dance held recently at Tot
tenville shows that there Is for relief
of wounded soldiers and sailors the
sum of about $250. These affairs are
being held at different times and lo
calities for the benefit of the above.
All expenses are paid by the organi
zation, thereby leaving all receipts
from same to be donated to tills char
itable cause.
Cran bury Women Meet
Special to the nVXKSHO Ν lew».
Cranbury, Dec. 14:—The Ladies
Reading Circle held an interesting
meeting at the home of Mrs. J. J.
Bradley when the following program
\nas given: The world's greatest
myths, Miss Marie Groves; Apollo,
Mrs. M. M. Bergen: Athena, ivlrs. S.
H. Perrlne: musical selection, Mrs.
Clarence Perrine; Demeter, Mis.
Bradley; Diomysua, Mrs. J. D. Cham·
berlln; piano solo, "The Tarantella,"
Miss Frances Bradley.
Novel 8ewlng Machine.
A portuble electric sewing machine
le entirely Inclosed in an onk cover or
case, and when not In use it cun be
placed out of t».e way under a ouch or
on a closet shelf. The machine la oper
ated from any lamp socket by either
direct or alternating current.
Your Credit is
Good at Leon s
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Goods Delivered
You Want Them
Thousands of Useful Gifts Can Be Found in Leon's Great Home Furnishing Store
Wonderful values have been gathered to make this Christmas season the greatest and best. Despite the great shortage ot merchandise, we have been able to gather a
wonderful assortment of high grade furniture and floor coverings to meet the demand
Come In and Look Around—You Are Under No Obligation to Buy—We Simply Want a Chance to Show You
Here You Are
Fellows !
*· ·
U-Boat Racer
Tou can fairly fly down hill and on level (round, too, for that matter.
This thing Is made to GO—and It GOES SOME. Just a little push down
hill and it doesn't take much to keep It going on level ground either. It
steers easy and It takes a lot to upset It. ^ It Is built of hard wood and
will stand all kinds of knocks.
GROWN FOLKS; Here Is something your little fellow wants for
Christmas. Tou will pay twice as much for it elsewhere. Q Q
On sale here Friday and Saturday, special JrOC
Blackboards 19c
Another Christmas special of
the kind that's only possible at
Leon's. Every little girl will want
one of these blackboards. It Is a
useful and educational toy. Just
think of It. Friday and Satur
day you can buy It here ...19c
Teddy Bears
The ever popular toy for
children. Made of finest
quality sold fur cloth.
8tands 20 In. high. movable
head, arms and legs. This Is
the last lot of genuine Ger
man teddy bears you will get
this year. Come In Friday or
Saturday if you want S Q
one. Special Ό 27 C
Something for the Man of the House
Oak combination chiffonier and wardrobe.
for Friday and Saturday only
Do you want
your husband or
to give
a real Christmas sift?
Something that he will
un every day In the year
and be pftud to have Τ
Well, let us show you this
great bargain In chlffo
robes. Specially designed
for gentlemen's use. They
combine a roomy chif
fonier with that of th·
wardrobe, taking up little
room but providing stor
ago room for shirts, col
lar· and 10 or It suits of
clothes. Never had Its
equal for less than $26.
Special for
Friday and
Make Beautilul and Useful Christmas Gifts
We carry a complete line
of all sizes of Royal Push
Button Easy Chairs. There Is
no gift that you can make
that will be more appreciat
ed by the entire family.
Small weekly or monthly
payments will make It easy
for you.
Upholstered In finest quality moroccollne, solid oak frames, sol
den or fumed oak finish. Complete with foot rest. This Is the lead
ing chair as advertised in all the national magazines. On sale
only at this store. Prices of Royal Easy Chairs from $13.75 to $45.00.
A new Victor-Victrola is here! A genuine
Victor-Victrola, bearing the famous Victor
trademark, only $15.
Come in and see it and hear it No obligation on
your part, but after hearing it you won't want to be
without one.
1 Other styles $25 to $300. Victors $10 to $100, Easy
payments if desired
Gems From "Miss Springtime"
"A Little Bid for Sympathy," "In the Garden of Romance."
"A Little Country Mouse," "The Love Monopoly." "Throw Me
a Rose."
Gems From "Flora Bella"
"You're the Girl," "It's Very Hard to Bring Up Father,"
"Give Me AU of You.*1
Victor Record No. 85.192, 12 In., 11.25—A record you want
to hear, from the opera "Miss Springtime," now playing In New
York. Let us play It for you In our Victor Talking Machine De
partment. "
Take Your Choice of These Library Tables
Specially Marked $11.75
Three distinct «tylea In mission finish. The construction La of highest grade and the styles ira all latest design.
Can bo had. In fumed oak or Jacobean oak finish. Special for Friday and Saturday only.
Tour choice of any finish
This Entire Duofold Library Outfit Consisting of Duo
fold Bed, Felt Mattress, Arm Chair, Rocker, Library
Table and Your Choice of Electric or Gas Lamp, $75.00
A two-day offering that will never be repeated. This suite 1· one of the newest design» The upholstery of finest
quality moroccoline, guaranteed against splitting or cracking Has pure felt mettrese. A handsome durable ΠΠ
outfit at a price fully one-third less than regular price. On sale Friday and Saturday only Φ ' cl«UU
Friday end Saturday
Brass Smokers'
Stand 49c
Fine quality spun
brass, complete with
stand, ash tray, match
-Star rest. On
display In our window.
Muffin Stands
Λ. handso:ne "hrlet
ma* rift made of solid
mahogany. In English
brown finish. Other»
from $5.75 to $7.50.
Very popular for dining rooms. We
hav· a large assortment In mahogany,
fumed oak. Jacobean oak. All with re
movable trays; rubber tired wheels.
$9.75 to $22.50
Buy a
Kitchen Cabinet
Tot Wife or Mother
It U a piece of furniture that will surely be appreciated.
The drudgery of housework Is tun d Into pleasure. There
are over 40 labor saving devices In every Hoosler Kitchen
It Is easy to own a Hoosler Kitchen Cabinet. No need
to deprive yourself of anything to {.et this greit cabinet
Into your home before Christmas.
$19.85 tc $38.00
Store Open Monday, Friday
and Saturday Evenings
"On the Comer"
Smith and State Streets

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