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SUBURBAN NEWS
"Ίιιπι First Passenger
of Lieut. Conolope
Uvul. C ozzcns, Assigned to Take Trip
Unbeknown to Kitlicr; Make Suc
cessful Flight.
By Special Corrtfpondent.
SOUTH AMBOY, Juno 4:—An Inci
dent which seems quite singular has
been cited in a letter from .Lieutenant
John A. Conologue, to his relatives In
this city, irfwhich lie states that a few
days after getting his commission, he
was given instructions to make a flight
in which he would take his first pas
tenger with him.
The authorities picked the man to
be the passenger with Lieutenant Con
ologue, and shortly before tho flight
was to be made, he met Lieutenant
John Cozzens of this city, at the avia
tion field.
Being asked what brought him to
the field. Conologue was told that he
■was to be his first passenger After
greetings were exchanged, their first
flight, which was very successful, was
made, the machine containing two
lieutenants, both from this city, one
being a lieutenant of the flying sec
tion, and Cozzens being a lieutenant
of tUe non-flying corps. These two
mon have been together many times
before, as they both attended Stevens
University at Hoboken from which In
Btitute they were graduated.
CRANBURY
The Sacrament of the Lord's Sup
per was celebrated in the First Pres
byterian church on Sunday morning.
The same ordinance was also cele
brated at the Second Presbyterian
church.
The Women's Home Missionary So
ciety of tlie First church has changed
their place of meeting and has ac
cepted the invitation of Mrs. Halsey
Reed for the June meeting, which
Will take place on Friday at 4 o'clock.
Subject, "Milestone." Committee,
Mrs. Butcher, Mrs. Charles Hoffman.
The Women's Home Missionary So
ciety of the Second church will be
held in tho chapel on Friday at
4 o'clock. Subject, "Porto Rico and
Cuba." Committee, Mrs. Milne, Mrs.
Davis.
Mrs. Beekman Perrine, who has
been spending several weeks at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Per
rine, has returned home.
Olive Petty, of Bordentown, was a
week end visitor with her parents, Mr,
and Mrs. Nelson Petty.
The Ladies' Reading Circle will give
a summer pageant tomorrow after
noon. Mrs. J. S. Silvers will be hos
tess. It will be guest day, and the
élection of officers will be held.
Mrs. Abram Voorhces is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. Elias Stults, of
Newark.
Mrs. John II. Barclay, of Oranbtrry,
has returned from Staunton, Va.,
where she attended the commence
ment exercises of tne Staunton Mili
tary Academy, where her son Charles
Is a cadet.
WUUUDnlUûb
Capt. Charles Davenport, of Wash
ington, was the guest of his sister,
itrs. Nellie Huber, of Green street,
sterday.
Don't forget the Red Cross benefit
to be given by the members of the
(Salmagundi Society in the high school
auditorium tonight. Tickets may be
purchased at the door. Ice cream
and cake will be offered for Bale after
the performance.
Miss Dorothy Valentine Is home
from Sweet Briar College for the
iummer.
Inaecta Destroy Wood.
Investigations made by the bureau
®f entomology have i<roved that Insecte
cause the destruction of more timber
Of a size used commercially than do
(oreet flree.
PACK ACHE KILLS'
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AWARD CONTRACTS FOR
NEW SCHOOL BUILDING
No General Contract—John M. Voss
For (icneral Work Gets Job at
$92,300 at Soutl» Aniboy·
flν Special Corrtttonaent.
SOUTH AMBOÏ, June 4—The
Board of Education in their meeting
last night awarded the contract for
the erection of a new brick school
building in John street, adjoining
school No. 1. The contract calls for
the repairing of the school No. 1, as
well as the erection of a new build
ing. The contract for the general
building work was awarded to John
M. Voss, of New York for $92,300.
The electrical work was awarded by
contract to J. Gegar Butler, Inc., for
$1,216. The Johnstone Heating
Company was given the contract for
the heating and the ventilating sys
tems for $10,500. J. Nigit Peoples,
were offered the contract for the
plumbing work, for the amount of
$5,692.
Everything is in readiness and the
bonds for the contractors will be sign
ed Saturday morning, and the con
struction work will be started shortly
afterwards.
A resolution was offered and adopt
ed, whereby making the Arm of Low
inson and Shubert the main supervi
sors of the construction work, to re
ceive five per cent of the contract
price.
There were present at the meeting
last night: R. M. Mack, R. U. Rue, D.
J. Delaney, Secretary W. M. Emmons
uncf" Superintendent of Schools O. O.
Barr,
KEASBEY
Tomorrow being registration day.
the pupils of the local school are
planning to have a parade about the
main streets.
The regular semi-monthly meeting
of the Protection Fire Company No.
1 was held in the fire house last night.
The newly elected officers were in
stalled.
There will be no meeting of the
Keasbey Junior Fire Company to
night it having been postponed until
next week.
Mrs. Claus Lund, Sr., of Bay View
avenue, spent last night in Perth Am
boy.
Charles Schuster, of Bay View ave
nue successfully passed the physical
examination yesterday and enlisted in
the United States Naval Reserve
Force. The enlistment was made
through the Brooklyn Armory Re
cruiting office.
There will be a very important
Parent-Teachers Association meeting
tomorrow afternoon at the school.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fesier and fam
ily spent Sunday night out of town.
JAMESBURG
Wesley Herbert has just recovered
from a severe attack of Liberty
measles.
Mr and Mrs. Arthur Jennings and
?Γί'ι of.Trenton· spent the week
mn»h « ho,î10 of the formers
mother, Mrs. Cornelia Jennings of
Hooker street.
TtJOfS; ana Mrs· ,wilIiam Ballinger of
Ba>°nne, spent the week-end with rel
atives here.
Mrr-and Mrs. Fred L. Dey spent the
TUtl r«iatives «t Trenton.
The drain by the war on the em
SL°nyve·8 °L ι Cfoorge W. Helme Com
pan> s ofllce force has necessitated the
employment of female help in that do
hLrthe'lt' 25"! Alherta Jobes of town
be.e.n £W.ed,t° the clerical force
dwÀh η, m™. °L aex t0 be so cm
plojed at that office.
LeRoy Dennett has enlisted in the
quartermasters" department and lert
on Monday for Fort Slocum, making
the second son to enroll in the war
from that family.
John Smoke of town is much con
cernedowing to his inability to join
J! e Sam's forces. He his made
three attempts to pass the required
success!" mlllUry 3e'"v:oe but without
Jamesburg youths became
mixed up with the police at Helmetta
r.e.eult have beon hold ui.der
bonds for their appearance before the
rn?" κ J' Peter Novalf «'id James
Corse became full 0r the fighting spirit
wl» W.h'e at, U hammcr »nd tongs
hen the police gathered them in At
nJ,', .n5 before Recorder Jan.es
Iteming the two fighters were held un
der bonds for the!.· part in the affrav.
ί^η ί Novttk,went bonds for his son
Hlnle Samuel Lalioeso became surety
for Corse. 1
Mrs. Charles Dughi and daughter of
Newark, are spending several weeks
with Miss Angela Dugrhi.
James Martin of Camp Meade Md I
spent the week-end furlough with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cieorge Mar
tin. He was accomriuiied by Joseph
Crrinim of Philadelphia. J
#i^irie.re wi" be α meeting of the of
)!ο1λ ι Λ °J (5e Methodist church
neld in the Sunday school room to-1
morrow.
Benjamin Topper will remove his
business to upper Jamesburg within
a few days.
Johu Waddy, ill the past few davs,
Monday dUt'CS at Helruetta °n
The Jamesburg unit of the Red
Cross will hold a strawberry and mis
cellaneous sale on Thursday even
ing at the home of Joseph Fierson on
the road from Rhode Hall to Cran
bury. Autos will meet all who desire
to go at seven o'clock at the post
office.
The third anniversary of the Degree
of Pocahontas No. 0. of town, will
be the occasion of a big time on Wed
nesday evening. The committee in I
charge of the affair have invited
lodgos from the surrounding towns
and arranged for a good time. I
Hazen Witty, of Augusta street, has
sold his house to William Petry of
upper Jamesburg. Mr. Witty with' his I
family will remove to New York citv
where he is employed.
Perry D. Smith, of Church street
son of Mr. and Mrs. David Smith who'
recently enlisted in the Naval Re
serve. has receive! notice to report
for duty on Thursday of this week at
the Pel ham Bay Training Station. Ear!
Hampton is awaiting his call for ser
vice on the radio service.
Mrs. James Christie was the leader
at the meeting of the Kpworth League
night"5 ethodtst church on Sunday
Joseph Perdoni and Daniel Clark of
ramp Dix. spent the week end fur
lough at this place.
George Diblin has a "war garden"
" th« «""•o/wine of the Pennsylvania
railroad at Lincoln avenue that has
won not little praise from his many
\r!nn?v, be*"tv t0 tl,e warden
Mr. Diblin has a fine flower mound
close by that also has been envied
by many. One night recently some
mean thief stole several of the'flowers
In bloom and footprints close by point
to a female as the thief
Mr. and Mrs. Williard Snedeker
ha\e received a recent letter from
their eon. Williard, Jr.. who is a mem!
r of a machine grun company in
• ranee. He tells of the lire In the
trenches and says he is on his first
relief. He Is optimistic of the result
and says that the war wll soon be
over when the Americans get going
a.D.r- a"<1 Mrs. J c Shi.in were guests
at the banquet hold at the Coleman
house. Asbury Park, given by the New
Jersey . Homeopathic Society. The
Clef address of the evening was by·
aPP°Jnt°d Health Commis
si" £Γσ°Ρβ1·η<1. New York city
Dr. Shlnn !■ a member of the society.'
MAY HONOR ROLL
Pupils in Various Grades at Old
Bridge School.
By Special Correspondent.
OLD BRIDGE, June 4—The follow
ing pupils of the public school of Old
Bridge have a place on the honor roll
for the month of May:
First year, Miss Btryker, teacher—
Elizabeth Lott, Granville Magee, .Lena
Koresco, Donald Treat, Jack Sylvester,
Arthur Poulsen, John Selover.
Second year, Miss Preston, teacher
—Myrtle Cottrell, Viola Boyce, Mary
Ostrom, Howard Perdun.
Third year—Anna Brasno, El wood
Held.
Fourth year, Miss Solomon, teacher
—Adolf Golla, Paul Hçffron, Albert
McBride, Martha Albecker, May
Latcher.
Fifth year—Theodore Crandall,
Harold Hendriclcson, Edward Locke,
Joseph Jancrylik, Francis Miller, Mar
jorie Treat, Dorothy Appleby, Mildred
Barber, Lillian Hendrickson, Anna
Steigerwald.
Sixth year, Mr. Carpenter, teacher
—Rudolf Golla, Howard Dieker. Ar
nold Applegate, Shephen Standlakow
ski, Lena Albecker, Ethel Poulsen.
Seventh year—John Poulsen, Ruth
Zwinglas, Helen Steigerwald.
Eighth year—Edna Schwarz, Per
pétua Zwinglas, Jeanette Hendrick
son.
OLD BRIDGE
On Wednesday evening, the children
of the Baptist Sunday School will con
vene at the church for rehearsal for
the Children's Day program. The La
dies' Aid Society will meet in the
church parlors on Thursday afternoon.
On Thursday evening the regular mid
week prayer service. Regular church
service on next Sabbath morning, and
at the Brunswick Gardens' C'hapei in
the afternoon.
On Sunday evening at the Baptist
Church, the baccalaureate sermon be
fore the graduating class of 1918 of
the Old Bridge grammar school will be
given by Rev. C. C. Luther, the pastor. !
The final tests for all years except
the eighth will be held this week at
the public school on Wednesday, |
Thursday, and Friday. All pupils
must be on hand on these dates if
they wish to take the final tests. I
Tomorrow evening, Dr. G. H. Pay
son of New Brunswick and others will
be at tho town hall to organize a Red ,
Cross Chapter in this place. The la
dies of the town are requested to meet
Dr. Payson. There should be a large
representation present to help form
this new chapter. Old Bridge is be
hind the other neighboring towns in
Red Cross work, and a chapter is badly
needed here.
The young men of Old Bridge and
the vicinity who have reached the age
of twenty-one by the fifth of June
must register at the office of the local
board at Sayreville. The office is lo
cated in the borough hall and is
readied by trolley or automobile. The
penalty for failure is heavy.
An accident occurred at the square
near the "Burdell" on Sunday evening
about 6:4 5, when an automobile com
ing on the Matawan road struck John
Soden of Spotswood, who was riding
a motorcycle and coming from Spots
wood. On account of the buildings it
is impossible to see who is approach
ing the cross roads. It apparently did
not hurt the car but the motorcycle
was considerably broken and Mr. So
den was injured. He was taken to his
home in Spotswood.
A special meeting of the East Bruns
wick Teachers' Professional Circle was
held at the Summer Hill schoolhouse
on Monday afternoon.
Reports on the amount of stamps
purchased by teachers and pupils, on
the Red Cross and other war activi
ties were made by the teachers. In
the report on the members of the
schools who are in the service it was
found that the school* of the district
are represented by forty-three stars in
their service flag.
WIL I U υ ML hi
Lieutenant Reginald Crowell of Lake
Charles Aviation School has been vis
iting· his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil
liam Crowell of Spring street.
Mrs. Powell and daughter. Miss An
nabel Powell of Newark were over
Sunday guests of Mrs. Clinton Ayers
of Main street.
Mayor Washington Wilson was
called to Toronto, Canada, last week
by the sudden death of his sister, Mrs.
Wallace. Many here were acquainted
with Mrs. Wallace, who as Miss Joy
Wilson was many years ago a resident
of the Borough and has recently visited
Mayor Wilson.
The Bridge Club met last week with
Mrs. Fred Pearse. Thrift stamps
were the prises.
Miss Ren wick of South Orange is
visiting her aunt, Mrs. Frank Orton of
Graham avenue.
Mrs. Quint of Home street has re
turned from Washington after spend
ing the holiday and week-end with her
children there.
Mrs. Charles Prickett is visiting her
mother, Mrs. Norris, near Washing
ton.
Mrs. Waite of Newark has purchased
a cottage on Washington Place and
will return to Metuchen to live.
William Prickett of Atlantic City
was in town last week visiting his
mother. Mrs. S. 13. D. Prickett.
The benefit card party at the League
House Friday evening was not very
well attended, but was enjoyed by
those present, and the committee de
serve the gratitude of the members for
giving the treasury a generous lift,
through their efforts. Beautiful prizes
donated by members were won by
Mesdames Merrick, McGowen, Jone·».
Thompson and Charles Ayers and Mr.
Morris. Ice cream and cake was
served at eleven, and informal dancing
followed.
Miss Allen of New York City is vis
iting her cousin. Miss Emma Kelly.
Miss Hendrickson of Ridgewood Is
visiting Miss Catherine Ford.
Mi*, and Mrs. John Reynolds of
Plainfleld avenue have returned from
a motor trip through New York.
Mrs. William Jones entertained a
few friends at cards at her home Sat
urday evening in honor of her guests.
Mr. and Mrs. McGowen of Colorado.
Sidney Hulsizer has purchased tne
Waterbury cottage on Oak avenue and
moved there with his family.
Mr. and Mrs. George Hamlin and
Mr. and Mrs. Royal Dickerson motored
to the shore Sunday.
About fifty more officers have ar
rived at Camp Raritan.
Arthur Strong of New York City ws*
in town Saturday.
Miss Grace Orton of New York has
been visiting Mrs. Charles Edgar.
SOUTH AMBOY
W. F. Underwood, secretary of the ]
Y. M. C. Α., spent the week end with
relatives in Washington.
Thomas Chapman, who enlisted re
cently with the coast artillery, and
sent to Fort Slocum. has been trans
ferred to Fort Constitution, Ν. H.
Miss Mabel Finneg;an has returned
to her home in Orange, after spending
several days with Miss Irnc Meinzer
in Broadway.
Tonight the common council will
meet.
Miss L. V. Uutan is visiting· with
relatives in Clinton.
Tomorrow all youths who have be
come twenty-one years of ng-e since
June 5 last, will bo required to reg
ister for military service. The men
from the third district of Middlesex
county will pro to Sayreville town hall.
The hall will be open from seven In
the morning· till nine at niffht. Ques
tions and their answers have been
posted at the local postoffiee, and those
not fully>-*inder8tanding· what might
be expected of them, will do well to
read these Instructions.
Tonight the General Morgan Lodge
No. Τ. Ο. Ο. F., wîîl confer the
third decree of initiation to a class ι
of candidates at the meeting to be ι
held at their meeting rooms.
Mr. and Mrs. James Horion, form- ;
erly residing in Henry street, have
moved 1o Mata.wan.
Commander George Seward. Sr.. of
the Général William S. Truex Post No. j
desires to extend his sincere
thanks to all those who participated
and in any way helped to make their
celebration on Memorial Day such a
success.
Yesterday no school was held at
St. Mary's school for the reason that
scholarship examinations were held
there. Many from this city took the
examination.
A stolen automobile was found in
front of Bergen's store in Stevens ave
nue yesterday, which was found to
belong to Dr. Lewis Franklin, of Jer
sey City. The owner came to this
city to identify the machine, and
brought with him two detectives, but
as yet no clue of the culprit has been
found.
James Ferren has been reported as
arriving safely "overseas."
ROOSEVELT
William Cromwell was at South j
Beach Sunday.
Private Frank Hite, of Camp Dix,
spent the week-end in town.
Frank Love, of the T\ S. Navy, has I
been home on a three day pass.
George Boetclier, of Camp Dix. .
spent the week-end in town.
SEWAREN
Lieutenant and Mrs. S. C Williams,
of Washington, are the guests of Mrs.
Willliams, parents. Mr. and Mrs. J.
C. Fowler.
Mrs. Simonson, of Newark, la the
guest of Mrs. Κ. B. Ford,
The History Club will meet with'
Mrs. George lyoeser tomorrow I
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M ATA WAN
A flrp yesterday afternoon in the
r^fir of the Monmouth Woodworking
Plant 1 r Atlantic avenue, necessitated
the calling out of the .M L· Haley
Hose Company's new cherai il e»
g-.ne and was ex.tint: ;:shed after one
tank of chenw* 1»» η heen thrown on
the blaz*· The i re started in a heap
of saw dust and was taung it way
to the buildings whet it *λ - dis ο -
ered by Alfred H Morton wl.o holds
a large interest in the concern The
Halev Company was not tied and soon
had the blaze out.
Trinity Phureh G Id will give a
supper in t).e Parish hall tomorrow
night. The eappex will be served
from (· to & o'clock
Mrs A. M. Da vies returned to her
home in Jersey City Sunday after
spending" a week visiting her brother,
Dr L. Κ Davies, in Jackson .« · t.
Miss Mildred Morton and Mis.- Wil
son were Perth Amboy visitors yes
terday.
William Allen Shepherd, of the
Χ.Ί\al Re- rvf. spent the week end
v.ith I -." parents Mr. and Mrs. George
li Shepî.rrd.
i.ew..- H Blood has enlisted in th(
Gas Defense service and ha« rereiv·
oc\ the aj r.tent as chemist in the
laboratory at Astoria, Long Island.
Fai · Morton is visiting hep
.-•«r nd brother-in-law, Mr. a ni.
Mrs. \j& ba. : f nnis in Newark.
Richard Β 'arney of the Ignited
states Navj. is visiting his mother,
Mrs i>ani< Moran in Little street.
Mr. 1 Ί Mrs Harold G. Smith, of
m \
Mrs Smith > father, Charles E. Close.
Dr. L Κ J'uvies was a Jersey City
visitor Sunday.
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145 Smith Street Near Hobart Street
PERTH AMBOY
WHERE LOW PRICES LEAD
Wednesday's (Suburban Day)
Special Sales
Buy early and save money—Prices are rising every day—
While we have them, we will sell them at old prices.
S.&H. Green Trading Stamps Given With All Purchases
10c
39c
Women's Ribbed Vests, lace trimmed, lisle
finished, special at, each
Children's Cotton St>x, colored tops, -j Π _
a pair XdL·
Women's Ribbed Union Suits, v-necks, lace QA
trimmed, worth 50c, special at a suit tlt/v»
Blue and White Striped Rompers, sizes 2 to 6,
with turned down collar. A wonderful value at each.
Men's Sport S!hirt-. mad·» of arnod materials. Plain Cream;
also white with - ;cialiy priced /JQ_
at, each Ot/xy
Women's Wash Skirts, white and tan linen,
good styles, well made, special at. each «P-L.LJU W à
Women'» Fii>re Silk Hose, silk nearly to the top, seamless, 1
double soles ; colors, black, white, champagne,
gray and khaki : well worth 75c. Special at a pair ..
Children "s (iingUam Aprons, maJe ot gooa gingnam. saves
washing·; sizes C to 12 years. Specially QQ/"»
priced at each dCV,
Infant's Nainsook Short Dresses, excellent sty <*s, Π(Λ
well made; worth 75c. Special at each .. wwvv
Boy's Sport Waiste, Blue Chauibray. white nmrira.- .yirl ^iite
with striped collars; sizes 6 to 15 years. 0(ji|
Worth 50c. Our price, each
Madras Curtains, pretty designs, very good quality, white
and ecru. A $1.89 value. Special Φ1
a pair at tPl.dvF
Infant's Lawn Caps, very pretty designs, a large stock at
old prices Special values 25 & 50c
Serpentine Crepe Long Kimonos, good designs, excellent
qualitv of materials. Special values at $1/K), (Pi CA
♦1.19, $1.25, and «pl.OU
Infant's Flannel Long Gowns, some are slightly
Soiled. Well worth 29c ea^li, special each at
15c
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KEYPORT
The union prayer service this week
Will be held in the First Presbyterian
church 011 Wednesday evening.
Another detachment of sailors has
arrived for instruction at the local
Aeromarinc Plane & Motor Com
pany's plant.
Miss Molly Hand, who has been a
Itudent at the Philadelphia Academy
of Fine Arts for the past season, has
arrived at the home of lier parents.
Rev. and Mrs. A. %V. Hand, of Third
street, where she will spend the sum
mer vacation.
The recent hot spell opened the
bathing season with many enjoying
the sport on Saturday and Sunday.
The yacht club float lins not yet been
placed but will be within a short
time.
On Friday evening Bay View For
est, Tall Cedars of Lebanon, will give
a dance in the Point Comfort audi
torium at Keansburg.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert N. Reddan, of
New York, were the guests of the lat
ter's mother, Mrs. P. J. Purrua, of
Osborne street, over the week-end.
George Frace, of Osborne street,
Was the guest of friends at Keansburg
On SHmlay.
Miss Martha Gould lin3 resigned
tier position with the New York
Telephone Company as operator and
lias taken a position in the Aeroma
tine plant at Ea··. ICeyport.
Fred Bronkhurst, of Fordham,
■pent the week-end with Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Miller, of Broadway. Mrs.
Bronkhurst and daughter Marjorlo
have been spending several weeks
here.
Mrs. T. Lund, of Myrtle avenue,
tpent Monday in Perth Arnboy
•he was tlie guest of relatives.
Aubrey J. Durrua, of the Freelance,
•pent Sunday with his mother, Mrs.
P. J. Purrua, of Osborne street.
The regular meeting of the Key
port Improvement Association was
held at the public library on Monday
afternoon at S o'clock.
Mrs. George Thompson and daugh
ter. Miss Emma, of New York, spent
the week-end at their summer homo
In Oakwood Park.
Mies Anna Mae Siebon. of Green
Crove avenue, has accepted a position
the Aeromarine plant.
Mrs. Charles J. Smith, of Broad
Street, is entertaining: the Guild of
the Reformed church at her lioino
this afternoon.
The an to traffic toward the shore
on Saturday and Sunday was exceed
ingly large. A constant procession of
Cars was noticed all Saturday after
noon and evening and Sunday morn
ing. Sunday afternoon the majority
Wore returning to New York and the
traffic wits so great the local police
force had to act as traffic cops.

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