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'csslu Johnson nnd Genevieve O'Brien
tousle, wns furnished by n qunrtot com
Mscd ot Frank Talcott. W. II. Mctcnir,
Urs. W. H. Metcnlf ami Mrs. Homer
fryor. Mrs. Metculf presided at tlvs
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cut with tnelr husbands nnd families. MrB.
cttluy Searles of Worcester. Mima .
Mrs. Hiram E. Gregory, Mrs. Walter 13.
Inters of Burlington, George Oscar
Loot ot Dorchester, Mass., and Mrs.
Robert 15. Norman ot Koeno, N. II. Of
Ihelr nine grandchildren three Were pres
MP unit two great-grandchildren. Mr.
nnd Mrs. l.e-et have lived In town 41
earn nnd have the esteem nnd respect
nr all Mr. l.cet Is u carpenter, 72 years
old, and n veteran ot tho Civil War.
Mrs. C. K. O'llaia of Elgin, 111,, spent
i 1 1, iti, iii .nr. IRRin 8. Mrs. H. S.
Johnson Is recovering from an attack
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reinniriR about the same Tim i.miiaa
Liuon Aid society will Svc n harvest'
supper In the vestry of tho Mothodlst
Episcopal Church Friday at 0:50.
AinonK tho lucky deer hunters In tills
section nro W. G. White nnd G. W.
Fnlmer. Mr nnd Mrs. Lucius Flint and
Mttle daughter have been upending a
tew days !n Washington. Tho Lend-u-hand
Circle meets at Mrs. ,T. 11. Atkins's
Thulsdnv T.nrnn .IhmiIic ...i.., I,.,-
been 111 several days, Is galnlng.-Ray i
Met inmi of Essex was !n town over Sun
day, also Edward CourIiIIii of St. Al
bans. Mrs. Merrlt Cnrpentcr ot Charlotte
has been visltlns nt F II. Chofsmore's.
-Mrs. A. T. Crandall of Huntington,
P. C., Is with her mother, Mrs. Allen
Sablns. until after Thanksgiving. Carl
Eernls, who Is in tho employ of tho
C. V. R. R., Is now in the offlco at
Essex Junction. Miss Dorothy Smith of
West Bolton has rturned home after
.pending some time here. Mrs. Germain
entertnlned relatives from Waterbury
Mr. and Mrs. Nowcomb of Barre wore
visitors at tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs.
II P. Tomllnson, Sunday. Representa
tive James Hoor of Grand Isle spent Sun
day at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. A
Minckler. Mr. and Mrs. John Gregory
have gono to Broad Albln, N. Y to visit'
their cousin, Ernest. They expect to be.
gone two months. Miss Ollvo Dubois Is
visiting In Waterbury. Only one deer
has been shot In this vicinity thus far,
Edward Tomllnson being the lucky hunt-er.-A.
L. Hardy Is 111.
Mrs. O. O. Carpenter nnd Mrs. Myron
Williams aro visiting In Whiting. Mrs.
J. B. Rawson nnd son havo gono to Bos
ton for a few days. Miss Emma Leaven
worth Is visiting in Winooskl and Mont
peller. Dana Mollison and Eugene Ash
llne havo bought C. J. Thompson's meat
market Mrs. Merrltt Carpenter has gono
to Now York city to Join her husband,
who has a position there. Mrs. George
H. Root is spending a few duys with her
sister, Mrs. Stanton Williams, on her way
to Ottawa. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Williams
leave this week for New Mexico, where
they will spend the winter. They will
make tho trip from New York to New
Orleans by water. Miss Chilstlno Gullck,
who teaches In Essex, 1b spending her
vacation at her homo here. The gram
mar school, Miss Bnll teacher, will give
en entertainment at Library hall Mon
Miss Daislo Kenyon Is at homo from
tho Burlington Business Collego for a
few days. Mra. Guy Bickford has re
turned to her homo here, nfter spending
porno time In Ferrlsburg. Roy Cleveland,
wlio has been spending a fow days In
town, has returned to Essex. John Hill
end Gladwin Spauldlng are camping on
Enlpe Island through deer season.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Parcher have
pono on n deer hunting trip to Morris-
vlllc Mlu T.ln.la Pnma rtlncml Vim aMinnl
Friday and an excellent dinner was en
Joyed by the pupils. Sho returned to
her home in Middlesex Monday.
Lewis Arnoor ot Hincsburg Is In town.
Edward Russell has moved from tho
Harry Thomas farm In Ferrlsburg to
tho place which ho bought of F. V. Prior.
Ira Bromley, Jr., returned Friday from
Westport, N. Y., whero ho had been for
n week with relatives. Frank Russell
has moved from C. King's tenement to
his own houso on the Wllllston road.
Tho Rev. A. C. dishing Is visiting at
Hill West. George Davles, who has
been very 111, Is slightly Improved.
Tho union meetings at the Mothodlst
Church closed Friday. Watson MoKen
r.le of West Chazy, N. Y Is visiting his
mother. Mrs. C. M. Ferrln of Essex hns
been the gii'lut of her ststt-r, Mrs. Dan
iel Patrick, for a few days. News has
been received of tho death of tho Rev.
Ira I'. Kellogg, a former principal of the
high .school, which occurred at his homo
In Gllbertvllle, Mass. He leaves several
relatives hore, being a grandson of the
lato Milton Uostwlck.
School No. 5 is closed on account of
measles. S, D. Iteed will servo n turkey
dinner Thanksgiving day. Bill W) cents.
There will bo a union Thanksgiving
pervlco nt the Baptist Church Sunday
morning. A debating club has been form
id at the high school.
Union Thanksgiving services will bo
held at the MethndUt Episcopal Church
Sunday. Mrs. Mary Adams went to tho
Fanny Allen hospital Monday for treat
ment. Tho Opportunity Circle will meet
with Mrs. I. It. illxby Saturday. The
Outlook club will havo a special meeting
Friday evening, It being gentlemen'
night, at Mrs. C. W. RIce's.-.MIss Myrl
Unnloy, who Is attending school In liur
Illusion, was at home over Sunday,
Guy 13. Shaw, becoming despondent
fiver an ailment, committed sulcldo yes
terday afternoon by hanging In tho barn
tit his employer, E. J. Mosoloy, nbout a
mile and a half up Main dtreet. Tho
dead man had carefully lied tho rope to a
rafter above the second Hour and Ut
himself thiough a hole In the floor near
the spot where ha had been (tandlnf.
mi. loely was th first ona to find
Phaw. The body waji quickly rUaed
nd medical aid summoned. Drs. Heath,
fitrapp and Health Officer J. G. Thabault
were quickly on tho sccno but the man
was past medical aid. Dr. Thabault
Uwught that the man had boon dead
about two hours. Mr. Shaw waa about
30 years of aRo, single, and Is said to bo
of mod hnhlts. H,. had been In Uio em
ploy of Mr. Mosoloy slnoo last spring
when ho was brought to Mr. Mosoloy's
larm by hlH brother, Merlon Shaw, who
Is also employed by Mr. Moselcy. His
homo was In Essex Center, Ho loavos
besides his brother, a. sister, Mrs, Mamie
Weeks, who resides In Boston. The re
mains were ordered removed to tho un
dertaking rooms of A. D. LaviBnc.
A son was born Monday to Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Couchon of North strot.
Tho second of tho scries of entertain
ments given under tho auspices of tho
hlfih school will bo Riven Saturday at
O. A. It. hall, by the royal entertainer,
Wlllard Gorton. Mrs. Theodore Chase of
Pnssumpslo has been tho guest of Mrs.
Edmund Mnrtln tho past week, Lylo
Roekwood, who has been working In St
Albans, Is nt home for a few days be
fore going to Florida, whero ho ex
pects to spend the winter. Tho dramatic
club was entertained at tho homo of
Mrs. John JtoRers last Saturday even
ing. M, D, Young, Superintendent of
Cnmbrldgo, visited schools In town Tuesday.
J. M. Wood of East Rlchford has rent
ed and moved to Omcr Corliss" farm.
H. D. flutter, who has been on tho
Iioright farm Jtist across the boundary
from East Rlchford, has bought and
moved to the Edwin Kinney farm near
West Jay. Mrs. James Davles and Mlsa
Davles of Harrlsvlllo, R. 1., are vlsltlns
their daughter and sister, Mrs. Morgan
E. Pease. E. B. Read has pone to Man
chester. N. It., for a short lumlnnsu Hn
-Tho annual chicken pie supper of the
Ladles' Henovolent and Mlsslnnnrv n.
clety of the Baptist Church was fairly
wen attended considering tno Inclement
weather Thursday evening, and the net
receipts were over ?30. A shower party
was given at tho homo of Mrs. P. M.
I'ianngnn, Thursdnv evenlnir. In honor
Ot Miss Ertlc nilllmrs. who wno mnr.
rled Wednesday to Cromwell A. Howen
of Berkshire. The SOth annual Thanks
giving ball Will ho linlrl In Av..r
opera hall Thursday evening, No-
vemoer z with music by Brown's orches
tra ot Montreal, and supper at tho Ameri
can House. Mrs. I. B. Hawley, Mlsi
Ilesslc Hawley, Mrs. A. R. Purdy and
Mrs. R, Emmet Fav h.-lVn rntllmr.,1 (mm
Milton and Burlington. Tho King's
Daughters will meet with Mrs. Ezra La.
lleur Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
V. D. Tavlor went Inst tr, rinllno
Tox., whero ho will pass the winter.-.
William McCarty has bought of Mrs
Wilbur Hart tho Fletcher house on Sweal
V. E. Pcrley Is moving from Rurllnr-
ton to his houso on Intervale avenue.
Harmon Smith secured a lino buck early
In the hunting season. The Woman's
club met with Mrs. W. S. Woodworth,
Monday evening, and an Interesting pro
gram relating to many phases ot South
America was given. There was a good
attendance. Harlcy Gros.i has returned
from Montreal, where nt a hospital, he
underwent a surgical operation on tho
ear and nose. Twenty-live head of line
Holsteln young cattle arrived hero this
week from central New York. They wero
for S. Carl Carpenter. II. H. Thomas.
D. W. Carpenter and C. H. Hurlbitt, nnd
were brought by S. Carl Carpenter on
p recent trip to New York State.
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Rushford and
son, Holland of Berkshire, are with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rushford for
nn Indefinite timo. Tho condition of Mr.
Rushford who has been 111 for several
weeks. Is serious at present. The Rev.
N. C. Cushlng ha.4 returned to Hlnes
burg. Tho cottage meeting will bo held
at Frank Lumbra's Friday night. Frank
Wetherby killed a deer Saturday. George
Wyott has commenced work for D. H. T.
Bostwlck. Willlnm ushford of John
son Is hero on account of the serious Ill
ness of his father, John Rushford.
Pcrclval Shangraw and Charles Buskey
of Rlchford passed Sunday here. Mrs.
Frank Wetherby is ill.
Mrs. John B. Wllcson left Thursday for
Rutland, called there by tho death of her
brother-in-law, Martin H, Chamberlln,
who died that morning. Mr. Cham
berlln, who married Miss Bessie L.
Urainerd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raw
son Brainerd of the city, formr-rly resided
here, being traveling auditor of the Cen
tral Vermont railway before going to
It Is expected that tho nnnual session
of the Methodist conference will bo held
nt Rlchford this year, as an Invitation
has recently been extended from that
church congregation. The Rev. D. G.
Guest Is the pastor of tho Rlchford
church and the presiding bishop will be
Bishop T. S. Henderson of Chattanooga,
Tenn. The session will open April 9,
A fire that broke out In tho old brtdgo
shop, off Aldis street, called out the de
partment nt 3:?i Sunday afternoon, end
caused a sharp light before It was ex
tinguished, Tho lire, which was confined
to waste material and timber within tho
building, was probably caused by tho
carelessness of tramps or loafers, who
Infest the place, Tho department handled
the blaze In efficient shape, and tho loss
will amount to less than IIOO.
The mystery surrounding tho disappear
ance of Nap. Cady, the well known barber
who hired a tnat and went Ashing on
Lako Chnmplaln October a. remains as
dark as ever His family have a standing
offer of J100 for anyone who can produco
the man or his body.
Mrs. John Gibson, who underwent a
serious surgical operation recently, is
getting along nicely.
Andrew Taguo of Fairfield was
fined $!i and costs for a first offense
of Intoxle.illo i In city court Tues
day. Ho paid the fine. Tho cases of
Stato vs. Ilevlna Paro and Taomas
Paro, the latter charged with keep
ing a house of lll-fnme and engaging
in tho white slave traffic, and the
former with adultery, wera heard ba
foro Judge Post Tuesday afternoon
and the respondents wore bound ovfr
for appoarance at the March term of
Franklin county court Ball was not
The body of Nap Cady, who wan drown
ed at St. Albans Hay Monday, October 2S,
was found nt o'clock by Charles
lilbbnrd near the west shore of the bay
opposite the Arthur Lasella farm yastar
day afternoon. Mr, Cady went nihln
nlono and was last aeen nar Ram Island.
For two weeks no trare of tho boat wns
had, but last week th boat wa found
not far from Butler's Island, wwiil ItllUi
from tha bay. Nothing wad dlturb In
the boat, th fishing taekl btfir under
th tat ana the oar In tha otr tMkfc
to It la probabla that th unftrtuaata
man must have fallen ovvrkaard, th fcaat
not tipping- ovar. Searching- parties hava
been out nearly every day sine the dis
appearance of Mr, Cady but It was not
until yesterday, nearly four weeks after
THE BUKTjTNQTON FKKIS
tho accident, that tho body was found.
The boat waa carried out of tho bay prob
ably by tho strong wind which prevulled
(or several days after tho drowning and
was carried, too, by tho current which
Is very itrong near Ball Island. Mr. Cady,
who was n barber, Is survived by his
wife and one daughter, Miss Blancho
Cady, of this city. Ho was 4r years of
ago. Tho body was brought to tho city
at 6:80 to tho undertaking rooms of J. T.
Bulllvan. The body had been In tho water
t3 day and waa badly decomposed, Tho
funeral will bo hold this morning nt nine
o'clock at St Mary's Church.
The marrlago engagement ot Miss
Lois Beats nnd Gaylord Corliss ot Swan
ton has been announced.
Soma of tho fleer hunters that went
on the mountains to enmp during tho
hunting season returned Monday on ac
count of the snow. Tho progressive sup
per and npron Bnlo given by the Ladles'
Aid society of tho Methodist Episcopal
Church was n success, tho proceeds being
T)0. Mlssos Jessie Gilbert nnd Merle
Hurlbut wero guests of Miss Elizabeth
Fuller over Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs.
Claudo Klttrldgo, who has been visiting
Mrs. H. ff. Parker, has returned to her
homo In Hnrdwlck. Mrs Anna Head la
visiting her sister, Mrs. William Cooley,
In Rlchford. Roger Bombard Is recover
ing from an operation on tho throat per
formed by Dr. Berkley of St. Albans nt
Dr. Washburn's In East Berkshire.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fairbanks aro
In town. They have sold their farm In
ureensboro and Mr. Fairbanks Is pre
paring to go to Florida In a few weeks
on nccount of his health. The Rev. J.
Kidder, who hns been visiting here, re
turned to his home In Westford Tuesday
Mrs. Reuben Chaffee, who has been for
a few weeks nt the home ot her son,
W, J. Chaffee, returned to tho home of
her daughter, Mrs. Pierce, In Craftsbury,
for tho winter. The district schools closed
Friday for a two weeks' vacation and will
resume their sessions Monday, December
".The condition of Mrs. Kidder Is slow
Mrs. W. G. Goodrich, who has been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. It Lyon,
the past week, left Saturday night for
her home In Omaha, Neb. C. E. rlih
er and family have returned from
Hartford, Conn., and are occupying
the Jnrvls house on Main street. M
A. Stockwell of Marlboro, Mass., wan
In town ovor Sunday. Woodbury
Wentworth of Malone. N. Y., Is vlstt
Iiir In town. P. W Steele, assistant
bookkeeper at the House ot Rcpro
setitatlves In Montpeller, was In town
over Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. A. W
Mnrsh loft Monday morning for Gal
veston, Tox., whero the doctor has a
government position. Miss Hnttlc
Stlmets has returned from Burling
ton. Prof. C. C. Stlmets of Jersey
City. X. J., Is In town visiting hlj
brothers. George L. and H. A. Stlmets.
Dr. E. A. Bates has been confine 1
to the houso the past two weeks with
a severe attack of pleurisy, but is
now convalescing Mrs. Elizabeth
Bickford has returned from Gardner,
Melborn Leonard shot a deer Friday
morning on the Ryan farm. SCdwnrd
Barkyrmb got one Saturday morning
near Bryon Carroll's placo nnd Henry
Bessett shot one near Silver lake. Ralph
Southard Is visiting at L. H. Caswell's.
Mrs. Ella Martin of Woodstock is visit
ing In town. The grammar school clear
ed $M. from their entertainment Monday
evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Levi Vincent
went to Broome, Que., Tuesday to at
tend thf funeral of Mr. Vincent's brother.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyndon McNall spent
Sunday In Milton with hla parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Jesse McNall. Mr. Flfleld
visited his brother In South Hero Sun
day. Myron Fleming fell from the roof
of Mrs. IyOttte Hunt's house Saturday.
It Is thought that no bones were broken,
but he was badly bruised. James Ruggles
1b suffering from rhoumatlsm. Miss
Laura Hunt of St. Albans Is visiting at
tho homo of her uncle, George Hunt.
MIsb Lena Hadd was In Enosburg Falls
Monday. A. D. Vlttum of Mlddlebury is
In town for a fow days. Mrs. R. Domar
attended the funernl of her father, Mr.
Vadnoy, in Franklin Sunday. Mrs. E A.
Pcrley has returned from St, Johnsbury.
where she has been for a week. Mra.
Marshall, who has been the guest of Mrs.
E. L. Washburn the past two or threo
weeks, has returned to Morlah, N. Y.
MKs Helen Whitney Is In Burlington
for a fow days. The Rev. F. W. Day
spent Monday nnd Tuesday visiting In
Sheldon. Mrs. Carrie Bell and son, M.
E. Bhedd, went to Brnttlcboro Monday,
called thcru by the denth of Mrs. Bell's
brother, G, Emerson Warner. Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Hnuver and father and
mother, Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Thomas, went
to Dunham Saturday for a few days
before Mr. and Mrs. Thomaa start for
their homo In New Zealand. "Larry"
Gardner, the baseball player, will speak
to tho Boys' club In the Congregational
Church parlors Monday evening.
Harold C .Tyler, principal of the gram
mar school at Newport, tn passing a
week's vacation at his home. Edward
Cliaso has returned from n hunting trip
in Montgomery, Cromwell A. Bowen
nnd Efflo Billings ot Rlchford were mar
ried Wednesday evening by tho Rev. F.
Ex-Gov. E. C. Smith ot St. Albans gave
an Interesting nnd Instructive lantern
lecturo on astronomy In Sclioff hall of
tho Taquahunga club Monday evening
before the members of tho club and In
vited guests. Mr. Smith has a finely
equipped observatory, has made t study
of astronomy for mony years nnd Is well
known In sclentlllo circles as nn enthu
siasts student of astronomy. Refresh
ments woro sorved. This wns the first
of a scries of smoke talks that Presi
dent Hall has arrunged for tho club this
season. W, G. Payne Is closing up
"Ferncllff," his residence at Hlghgato
Springs, and will go to his homo In
Kingston, Penn., this week. The Rev.
C. D. Pierce of Craftsbury preached tlio
funeral sermon of Kenneth Barney,
Monday nfterneon. Tha young man died
of pneumonia after am Illness ot thru
weeks. Henry Gulbord and Mrs. Bertha,
Loach were married Inat Thursday and
re keeping house In F. D. I.apelle'a
hu an th weat alt f th rlwr.
M. ant Mr. . M. Austin ut a
fw ay In Kw tTV ravlu t their
ailing th CTth, n th Philadelphia for
yrt Hie, wher they will pnd the
winter. Extra meetings are to b held
at tho Methodist Church most of tho
evening! for th nuU two wim. Tho
PHKBH AM) TIMES; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1912.
I District Superintendent, tho Rev, W. B.
I DiiUeshlre, "III lie present the overlings
of next week. Mrs. Charles Gilbert was
taken to tho St Albans hocpltal Mon
day to bo operated on for appendicitis.
At the regular meeting ot Banner
Grange Friday evening, seven candldntv;s
received (ho first and second degrees ot
tho order. Quito n number of tho chil
dren In the west pnrt ot the town havo
been quarantined for whooping cough,
SW ANTON CENTER.
The denth of Alonzn Powers, a life
long reslibnt ot tills town, occurred nt
his homo In tho Jnckson district early
Monday morning, following a long period
of III health. Tho funeral was held Wed
nesdny morning at 11 o'clock at tho
Mothodlst Church In St. Albans city,
with burial In the Bay eemetV'ry. Mr.
Powers wns 72 yenrs old. Besides his
wife, Martha Harvey Powers, ho leaves
two sons, Charles of Georgia, nnd Fred
of fit. Albans town, nnd several grand
children, Myron J I. Donaldson (if Sheets
corner hns carpenters at work framing
timbers for a dairy bam to replaeo
the one struck by lightning last Septem
ber Mr. anil Mis. Dentils Dolau nnd lit
tle .(on, Italph, of East Sheldon visited
Miss Mary Dolnn over Sunday, Miss
Mary Dolan Is passing a few days with
her mother, Mrs. Minerva Dolnn, who Is
moving finin West Berkshire In a farm
sho has purchased near Itkhford. Deer
hunters are mostly conspicuous by their i
nbsenee and only two bucks havo been
reported killed In the east part of the
town nnd nono In this vicinity. Herds
of deer numbering up to nine wero fre
quent where not one has been seen for
a year or two. Their scarcity Is due,
according to a prevalent opinion, to tho
open season on due. Large Mocks of wild
geese have been seen dally Hying south
ward. EAST GEORGIA.
Miss Ellen Wagner of Sheldon Is spend
ing her Thanksgiving vacation with her
brother. Zebie. Burk hunters are more
plentiful than the bucks, In this section.
Farmers are busy trying to finish
John L. Kellogg, who In his day was a
lending citizen of this town, died Thurs
day morning at seven o'clock of a gen
eral break-down following a shock suf
fered about two .veats ago. Mr. Kellogg
was 81 years of age and lived with bis
brother-in-law, R, D. Itublee. The fun
ernl was held from the home Satniday
at ten o'clock, the Rev. F. D. Miller
officiating. Builal was In Main street
cemetery beslilo his wife, who died In
April, 1UI0. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kelly
announce the mnirl.ige of their daughter,
Flossie, to El nest Hull of Fairfield,
which will tako plac Wednesday, No
vember -7, at one o'clock.
Among those reported to have secured
deer In this vicinity during the first day
were Fugeiie Hart and Maurice Bolton;
the .-eeond il.iy, Fred Page, K. L. .Stan
ton and Ma. llugaboain. The Equal
Franchise leaguo will meet with Mrs. J.
M. Jeffords Tuesday evening. An Inter-
t sting program has been pinvlded. Mls
Mary Stratten is nt the Slurwood sani
tarium In St. Albans, recovering from an
operation performed the Hist of last
week. Her condition Is favorable for
speedy recovery. C. II. Stratten, carrier
on rurnl route 4, has been having a few
days' vacation. B. F. McFeetcr.s a substi
tute carrier, worked the lout,- dining his
absence. Miss Dorothy Fnrrar of the
State university was at her home hero'
over Sunday. The seniors had a prom- i
enade In Forester's hall Friday evening.
Kimball's orchestra furnished music
Mrs. Emily Forsythe returned from St.
Albnns Thursday evening, her daughter,
Mrs. W. S. Hutchinson, being much im
proved in condition.
E. S. Clark of St. Albans was a guest
of 'Mrs. M. P. Chaffee over Sunday. W.
H. Kimball was In St. Albans over Sun
day. .Mrs. F. R. Fulllngton Is recovjrlng
from a week's illness. Mrs. A. V. Fad
den left Friday for her home in dprlng
field, Mass. Mrs. May Mitchell has re
turned from a week's visit In Montpeller.
The Catholic bazaar opens In Forester's
hall Thursday and will continue four
days. Thursday evening there will be
a chicken-pie supper served Frldnv and
Saturday evenings entertainments will bo
given. The six hunters who went to Bel
vldere returned without any game. J.
A. Harvey, who Is having his vacation
from tho office of the Dr. B. J. Kendall
company, is spending a part of it at his
old home In Newfane. Mrs. I.lzzlo Sher
man left Tuesday for Mt. Vernon, N. II .
after several weekfl spent In the home
of M. P. Perley. She will pass a week
In Waturhury on her way.
The regular monthly meeting of tho
teachers of tho high nnd graded schools
wns held Monday evening. A paper was
read by Miss Cielland on "How to
Tench, How to Study." Superintendent
and Mrs. Wallace and Mrs. Pomeroy
were present Mrs. R. M. Patten and '
daughter of Rlchford were guests In i
the home of Dr. F. H. Brown, Tuesday. !
R. S. Hallock. who Is recovering from ,
his recent lllne;.s, was In Blchmond Tues-
day. Mrs. J. G. Gnlnes and son, Robert,
went to Cambridge Tuesday for a few
days. Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Sheldon of
Swauton and Mrs. Sheldon's mother,
Mrs. A. J, Pomeroy of East Fairfield,
wore In the home of V. H. Kimball,
Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. E. U.
Beatty returned Tuesday from n stay
of a few weeks In St. Albnns hospltnl.
following an operation, L. W. Gardner
nnd S. C. Towle, with Max Drcnnan of
St. Albans, are In Woodbury a few
days hunting deer, Mrs. R. De Mars
and Mrs, E. S. Boguo of East Berkshire
wero In town Tuesday. A linen shower
party was given Miss Bell Uafley Tues
day evening at tho home of Henry Benn
In honor of her approaching marrlago
to Fred A. Jacobs, which will bo solemn
ized in St. John tho Baptist Church Mon
Tho next entertainment under tho
ausplci-s of tho Helper's society will bo
held November SO. Thanksgiving Sunday
will bu observed at the Mothodlst Church
November 21. Materials enough to fill
two barreis for the poor have been pro
vided, Tho pastor of tho Mothodlst
Church Is giving a series of sermons
Sunday evenings under the title "Old
Testament Men." Plans are being made
for tho first nnnual banquet of the
Nehomlah Guild. This Is to be held De
C, A. Gardyne, who has been spending
several days In North Troy and Mnnson
ville hus returned. 8. S. Hall, Jr.,
has gono fo Greenville, Me., to visit his
brother, P. H- Hall. Mian Pearl Marston,
who hsa been visiting at William Wes
tovar'a " returned to her hom in
Rlchford. Mr, nd Mra. H. R. Olmstead
f Eaat Franklin nr visiting their
uibfw. Mr. S. Wrlght3. P.
Martin ot tndn. Ont was in tewn
vr Sunday.-H' H. Foster at Cabot waa
In town Monday Among those who havo
hot a deer so far ure Ransom Chaplin,
Frank Ouod, Mitchell Uressett nnd
Allien Uiplunt. The woods nro full ot
hunters but deer uro not neurly as plenty
ns Cwy used to bo owing to ho many
having been killed former seasons.
Hunters say nlso that many aro killed
during the closed season by thoso who
know where they are. Mr. nnd Mrs. F.
W. Lumbra wero In Rlchford Tuesday,
Miss Ruth Clnpp Is at home on a vaca
tion, her school In Cambridge closrd.
The Ladles' Aid society met with Mrs.
M, Peterson for dinner, Wednesday.
Mrs. E. A. Austin returned from While
River .function Mondny, where she had
been visiting her son, Carl, for several
days. Mr. and Mrs. Henry La Cross
hnvo pone to Enst Fairfield, where they
hove, employment the corning season.
H, J, Chaffea and Homer Rogers went
to Cambridge and Wiitcrvlllo on a deer
hunting trip.- Wlnslow Bowen of Frank
lin vlsllcd his uncle, George W. Bowen,
GRAND ISLE COUNTY
The Ladles' Aid met with Mrs. John
Knight Saturday for dinner. Mr. W. B.
Knight, who has been visiting at her
home In BakersMeld, has returned. Ray
Barnes, who has been visiting his sis
ter, Mrs. W. K. Knight, has returned,
Mrs. Glen Dodds, who has been visit
ing her parents in Burlington, has re
turned. Mrs. W. B. Dodds and Miss
Irene and Elsie, wero In Burlington Sat
urday. GRAND ISLE.
The Ladles' Aid at D. P. Center's was
well attended considering the stormy
rlny. Mrs. Margaret Gordon Is slowly
Improving. Her nephew, Lewis Iyidd of
Boston, is assisting In raring for her,
-Monday night occurred the death of
.Mrs. Kinney's fn titer, Mr. Smith of New
Haven, who has Ik en stopping some time
with her.-The friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Edson Gordon gave them a reception
Thursday evening at their home. A
chicken pie supper will be held at Van
ISLE LA MOTTE.
Preparations aro being made for a
Christmas cantata at the Methodist Epis
copal Church Christinas eve. Henry
Scott has letninrd to his home In Bur
lington aflir spending several months
In town. Tin "Poverty social" was well
attended anil all had a good time. The
proceeds were J13..V). Mr. and Mrs.
George Stlmson haves closed their houso
and gniv to Massachusetts. W. N. Sweet
of Ch.iy. N. v., was in town Tuesday,
Although n light snow inaeli condi
tions favorable for tracking doer and
a huge number ot sportsmen wero in
the field Friday morning, reports of
successful hunters caniu In slowly. O.
II. Adams and Mark Glbbs each shot
a large buck early In the morning in
the vicinity of Stuwe Hollow. Mr. Olbbs's
deer had eight points. Others who se
cured deer during the day wero Clayton
Mon III, F. P. Billings and M. J. Bnch
and. the latter shcotlng his from his
door yard In onu of the Burt tenements
on lower Main street. The deer which
was a large one. estimated to weight
COO pounils, was In J. A. Luce's pasture
when Mr. Bachnnd discovered and phot
Charles I. Robinson shot a large buck
with nine points Saturday. Mrs. E. E.
Bnmfnrth went Satunlay to South Royal
ton to visit her mother over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Glbbs and Mr. and
Mrs. Irving Glbbs are at O. S. Glbbs In
Stowo Hollow for the hunting season.
A successful apple social wns held at
the Cong! (.Rational Church Friday even
ing. A lively program Included several
stunts and contests, the winners being
lewnided with small apple pies. Duets
wero sung by Miss Thomas and Mrs.
Lore", Miss Thomas nnd Miss Salmon
anil a solo by Miss Salmon. Miss Ruth
Dn Is of Westford Is employed nt the
Green Mountain Inn. The village schools
will be closeel until November 24 on ac
count of diphtheria. Mr. and Mrs. S.
M. Brush nnd Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Lovo
Joy attended the funeral of their aunt.
Mrs. Ernlllne Wnlte. Mrs. Walte was the
last survivor of the large family of
Mr. and Mrs. Peter c. I.ovejoy. She was
the widow of Charles Walte and both
were for many years residents of Stowe.
A daughter, Mrs, E. C. Wells ot Cam
bridge, and a son, Willis, of Minneapolis,
survive. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Lovejoy will
return Monday nfter a few days with
Mr. nnd Mrs. F. T. Downer In Hard
wick. GeorRo element shot a large' buck with
10 points Monduy morning. Mi and Mrs.
( L. McMahon, who have passed two
months In Mlnnenpolls, left on their re
turn home I'luirsdny and after visiting
In Chicago are now In Grand Rapids,
Mich. They will arrive In Stowo during
the week. Mrs, C, F. M. Taber, who has
passed the summer and fall at Four
Winds farm, Is now with her daughter,
Mrs. Henry Holt, In Burlington on her
wny t" Now York for the winter. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Walter A. Sears aro In chargo
of Four Winds fnrm. Mrs. J, F1, Camp
bell and daughters, who are recovering
from dlp'ithorln, aro nil nbout tho house
except Miss Vivian. Mrs. Mae Chnpln
gave a GO") party Monday evening, four
tables being played. Stafford M. Board
man returned to Winooskl Mon
day after passing Sunday In Stowo.
Mr. and Mrs. Htnry Demerltt of
Waterbury were vlnltors In Stowe over
Sunday. Arthur P. Blgelow of Hartford,
Conn., passed Sunday with his mother,
Mrs. Newell Blgelow.-Mrs. H. W.
Barrows nnd son. Douglass, returned
Monday from a fow days In Burlington.
Herbert Shepard has shot a deer with
eight points. Mark, the 13-yenr-old son
of Ward Chaffee, warden at Lnke Mnns
field, has shot a deer with 10 points. Mrs.
Alfred Fugei of Morrlsvllle Is visiting .Miss
Martha Curry at C. P. Scrtbner's. Mr.
and Mrs. G. II, Bassett were called to
Morrlsvllle Minday to attend the funernl
of Mr. Bassett's aunt, Mrs. W. O.
Bassett G. W. Chnpln was In Water
bury Center Tuesday. Charles Band and
A. W. Hollls nf Morrlstnwn were at Mrs.
Hannah Knight's Tuesday. A generul
Invitation Is extended to tho meeting of
the Stow Civic club on tho evening of
December t, when O, L. Martin, State
commissioner of agrloulturo, wilt give an
Illustrated lecture of special Interest to
The marriaca of Oils Hutchlns of
Niagara Falls and Mlsi Grace B
joungent daughter of Col. ann Mrs. n.
M, Mel'nrland, took place at tha hem
of the bride's parents In this plat Fri
day afternoon at four 'clock. Tn hou
waa benutlfully trimmed with vr-rn
and chrysanthemum and tha frland
sfifl relatives present number abut
tvo. The ceremony took place In the ie
ccptlon room. To the strains of Men
delssohn's wedding iniiich, ptnyed by
Mr, ll a. Pouu. tho blidAi ivurty en
tered, led by flrlgham McFnrlnnd nnd
Nowell Noyes, ushers, followed by the
groom and his best man, W. D. Steele
of Denver. Colo. Thon came tho maid
of honor, Miss Helen McFnrlnnd, who
woro yellow cropo de chene over pink
nnd carried chrysanthemums, nfter her
coming the bridesmaids, Miss Margaret
Thurston of Boston, who woro bdided
white chiffon over silk and Miss Isabel
Gnskcll of St. Johnsbury, who wore
white chiffon over flowered silk, both
carrying roses. The bride, on tho arm
of her father, was dressed In white silk
erepo do client! and woro a veil, Sho
carried roses and lilies of tho vnlley,
The beautiful Episcopal ring servleo
wns used, tho Rev. ft. ff. Tell, pnstor
of the Corigrogatlonnt Church of this
place, officiating. After the ceremony re
freshments were served. Miss Smith of
Burlington was tho caterer, assisted by
Miss SJIta Town of Morrlsvllle. Tho
Mlssos Atlcu page nnd Lllah Walte pour
ed and the Misses Isabel Noyes and
Marjorlo Hulbnrd served. Tho brldo Is
nn accomplished musician, having spent
several years In tho study of muslu
nt Boston. She also graduated from the
high school of this place, the St. Johns
bury Academy and was at the University
of Vermont two years. The groom Is
nn electro-chemist, who has a responsi
ble position with the earborendtim peo
ple nt Niagara Falls He 13 a graduate
Of the Massachusetts Institute ot Tech
nology. His Rift to the bride was a
pendant of pearls and diamonds. Among
those present from out of town were
W. O. Hutchlns of Keene, N. 11., father
of the groom, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. B. Noyes
nnd daughter of St. Johnsbury, C. W.
Brow noil, Jr., Miss Mabel Brownell of
Burlington, tho Hon and Mrs. ft. C.
Flsk nnd daughter of Morrlsvllle. Mr.
and Mrs. F. R. Child of Morrlsvllle, Mr
and Mrs. O. A. McFarlnnd and daughters
of Johnson. Tho happy couple left on
the evening train for their new home
nt Nlagnrn Fnlls.
A special session of Lamoille county
court was held here Monday, Assistant
Judges Walker and Mower being pres
ent, at which Mrs. Gertrude Hutchlns,
charged with adultery, wns tried. Respon
dent pleaded guilty, and In view ot tho
fact Hint she Is ho mother ot four
small children, was not sent to prison,
but was fined $"f nnd costs. The re
spondent Is a resident ot Cnmbrldgo
Junction. Lionel Davis of Morrlsvllle,
vi ho has a family, was also to bo trlod
for ndultfry, but at his urgent request
bis case was continued. A Justlco hear
ing, set for trial Monday of Hugh Mc
Glnnls, charged with breaking Into tho
houso of ono Riddle In Johnson and con
fiscating a quantity of cider, was con
tinued until December 2. Orn Moodlo of
Wolcott hns been nojirdged Insane and
wns taken to Waterbury Tuesday,
E. E. Balch has purchased tho wheel
wright department of William Laporte.
George Atwi'll l.s foreman. It H. Royce,
D. U. Smalley, E. E. Balch, Joseph Odell,
Clark Dodge and H. A. Barrows are In
camp on tho Perkins placo watching for
ceer. Representative Jose and Senator
Shcrwln wero at homo over Sunday, re
turning Monday. Joel Whltcomb while
bunting deer Frldny accidentally put a
bullet through his foot and was taken
to tho hospital at Burlington. E. H.
Sherwln has finished sawing and Is now
dressing lumber. The barn on the old
Ward placo between here and Hyde Park
was burned last week; causo unknown.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Webster ot
Lyndonvllle are visiting W. O. Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Scotlold left Monday for
Palm Beach, whero they will resldo In
the future. Florence Heflln left Monday
for Bnkorslleld, Thomas Little, who has
been spending some months In Northern
Canada, returned Siturday. Mrs. C. L.
Brown Is visiting her sister in Bakers
tlold. Mr. and Mrs. M. Scott of Quebec
aro visiting nt J. W. Scott's. Mrs.
George McKinty Is visiting in Morrls
vllle. Miss Mery Davis visited hor sister
in Morrlsvllle over Sunday. J. W1 Scott
la ill. The class meeting which haa
been held at the Methodist Episcopal
Church for years on Sunday mornings
has been discontinued. Alton Parker
shot a deer Monday morning.
Dr. Bacon has sold his home at tho
Mills to Mrs. Onlas Whittemore and Is
going to Tunbrlilge, where ho has pur
chased a house and will practice. Alson
Rogers was called Thursday to Provi
dence, R. I to see his sister, Emorol
Lawrence, who Is seriously 111 with gall
stones. Saturday Mrs. Rogers waa call
ed to Morrlsvllle as her mother, Mrs.
William Bassett, has died tn the morn
ing. The bell purchased by the Dorcas
society has arrived at Johnson and will
soon be Installed, A number ot deer
have already been shot In town.
Mrs. William Carpenter, who spent a
week In this place, returned to Johnson
Saturday. The schools about town will
close Friday, Walter Baker has gone
to Panama, where he has a position
nith his brother, who has been there
several years. H. H. Nye was In Bur
lington Wednesday. Mrs. Florence Whlt
comb, who spmt a week at her homo
In Hyde Park, has returned to Row H.
E. Harned's. Tho annual Thanksgiving
ball will be held at Hotel Molendy
Thursday evening, Novomber 3S. Les
sor's full orelicstra will furnish music
Mrs. Vernal of St. Albans has come to
spend several weeks with her daughter,
Mra. J. A. Watkins. The next enter
tainment In the lecture course will bo
January 10, by the Phyblislan onrortain
Beard nnd Steams have moved from
the hotel bad- to their own homes,
Eight deor have been shot in town to
date, Mr, and Mrs. Winters of Burling
ton nro spending tho week with Mr. and
Mrs. E. D, Leach. Mrs. John Lumbra
was called to St. Albans by the sick
ness of her sister, Mrs, Roy Davis. Mrs,
Gertrude Wilbur, who has spent tho
most of Hie past year In West Vir
ginia, In spending n few weeks with
her sister, Mrs. Mary Westcott Mr. nnd
Mrs. Elmer Lawrence nro spending tho
week In North Hydo Park. Byron Lyon,
traveling salesman for the Kimball
Medicine company, Is sending a few
weeks nt homo. William Trombly has
moved Into one of tho Stearns tenements
on Main street, recently vacated by B.
S. Pierce. Harvey Bennett, has return
ed from Canada, Northwest, where he
has been for three months. Mr. and
Mis. Rotlle Robinson of North Cam-bridsc-
spent several day with his sis
ter this week.
Mr. R. H, Wllly raturned hm to
VatTVllh rrly nlgUt aftar visiting her
daug-htar and hucbani.. My, and Mrs. B.
J. KHrfl Halan Barton passed
Saturday and Sunday In Johns. Clay
Flk th V. V. M Burlington, passed
Saturday and Sunday with his parents,
Mr and Mrs. II. P. Flsk. Miss Susan
Dtinrii) accompanied Miss Hnzel Popo
to her home In Qteennrh Dosslns at-
unlay mid Kmnlnv MKs Or , Gates
pas. eel s itiiKl.iv and Sund i . 111 L Ion
Vlllc.-MIss D.ilsy HUw.ii-t t i- Hint
Saturday and Sunday of Mi,s Marv ll,
; i.cii in woicott.-.Mrs. E. ; itlt, , i
C.aughter, Ml.-s Hrunln llnrr.. , i,a,
to California, whero they w.u im. t ,B
Mr. and Mrs. Oeorgo II D.i.tt havo
moved from tho Emmurii li'vt. r 0n p,ir
street to tho B. C. iloyt houtr on II i
street.-Hlram Richard of f. rank In id
nrakliiR an extended stay witu Mi and
Mis. George Be dell. Churle s Lawyer of
Makersfleld Is passing ;!. . r h inting
season with his grnridp.u cut ., Mr ar.il
Mrs. Chnrlc3 Draper.-Mia. J c Davis
of Johnson was a guest S.iturd.iy of Mr
and Mrs. C. A. Splller -Mr ..nd Mrs.
AugusUii (Vino of Hardwi I. r g it, is
through tho deer hunting s'nsiin ut m-r
parents, Mr. and Mm. Geoi -,.. Biles -A
series ot "ten parties" will b- held hue
this winter among the ladles of the ( t -gregatlonal
society. Mr. and Mrs V -Ham
M. Baker are moving fn,m tlir sp, .
eer house on Congress stre t,) t , r
fnrm home In Wolcottj-Mr u , a
Barrett died Futu:day'i.rtM . 1 .
ness. Funeral services ueiv 1 . ,1 .1 n t,i
from her late home. Fr m,. i n ind
sister, Miss Olive Allen, went o Or t n
Tuesday for a few days. fiugti t'ustinan
t,ot a handsome deer Mondn Arth ir
Stanciirf, who Is passing a von at l.oy
ilton, has purchased the K. F M ino
(arm which Joins the farm of h's father,
O. S. Stancllff. Mr. and Mrs Stancllff
will remain In Itoynlton until spring to
complete his engagement there, and will
thon tako possession of his newly ac
rulred property. Miss Myrl Davis ot
Wolcott passed Saturday and Sunday
with her sister, Mrs. Otto Blodgett Mra.
Alice Morion of Hnrdwlck passed Sun
day with her parents, Mr and Mr3, A E.
Draper. E. G. Wilson, who has been at
lomo feir a week, went Monday to Mont-peller.-Mrs.
Ellr.aheth Hill of East Fair-fir-lil
came Monday to visit Mr, and Mrs
N. B. Illalr.-Mrs. R. C. Wallace returned
Monday from Burlington, whero she has
recovered from the effect'? of an opera
tion at tho Mary Fletcher hospital. U
ft Boynton Is about to erect a storehouse)
epposlto the Morse dressing mill office.
The funeral of Mrs. Almeda Bassott
was held on Monday afternoon at on
o'clock nt her Into homo on Brooklyn
street, tho Rev. R. D. Cranmer officiat
ing. Interment was In tho family lot In
Pleasant View cemetery. Oeorge B. Allen
of North Hydo Park. George Ifnssett nf
Stowe, two nephews of tho deceased, and
Alson Rogers of Eden nnd Fred E.
Wheeler of Morrlsvllle., two sons-in-law,
were bearers. Almeda Morrill Davison,
one or a family of eight children of Amory
and Nancy Mills Davison, was born In
Craftsbury November 1, 13. Deccmbor
.", is; sho wns united In marriago to Wil
liam G. Bassett, who died three years
ago next February. Mr. and Mrs. Bassett
resided in North Hyde Park for flvo
years, n few years in Cambridge and
Craftsbury, then moved tn Eelen, where
they passed a years, moving then to
Hydo I'ark, where they resided 'intll com
ing to Morrisvlllo nine year ago. Mrs.
Bassett had been In falling health for a
number of years with heart trouble, ar 1
was confined to her bee but a wee
passing awav suddenly Saturday at )
a. m. She Is survived by two d'aug'-'f
Mrs. Katherlne Bassett Ropers of L
and Mrs. Gussle Bassett Wheeler
Morrlsvllle, and three Rrandrhildr n r;
A. Rogers and Mrs. Clyde Riddel'
Portland, Ore., and William Bassett 1
of Morrlsvllle. Tho man-logo of M
Gusslo Bassett Lllley and Fred
Wheeler, both ot Morrlsvllle, toi '- 1
Monday morning nt ten o'clock th, 1
It. D. Cranmer officiating. Miss v
Moulton, who has passed the s n
at Sugar Hill, N. II.. returned M n '
Mrs. Linda Going of Bnrtnn r un V
day evening to visit her sister. Mr- S
Burke. Mrs. Sarah Lunt Mm I M
day from a visit In CraftsUir.. . I .
eott. Mra. Raymond T. l'alm. . .
Albans and Miss Llllie Palmer of . I I
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. C 1. Pa mc
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lnrro of C'bite.i -gay.
N. Y., came Monday evening to is.t
Mr. nnd Mrs. Peter Pntnode and Mr and
Mrs. Supelene Vlnette. Department Com
mander G. A. R. A. A. Nilcs and As
sistant Adjt.-Gen. Frank Kentleld wero
In Burlington Tuesday to atterd the ban
quet of tho Loyal Legion. Mrs. Arthur
Floronoo went Tuesday to Stanbrldge,
Mrs. E. E. Harris and daughter, Miss
Bunda, left Tuesday evening for Pasa
dena, Cat, whore they expect to
pass tho winter. Mrs. Harris and daugh
ter will visit for n time In Chicago en
route, Miss Mable Whittemore, who
underwent an operation Monday at tho
Miry Fletcher hospital for appendicitis.
Is doing as well as possible. Mr. Whitte
more returned from Burlington Tuesday
evening. Mrs. W. F. Churchill returned
Tuesday evening from a stay of several
days In Burlington The members of tha
Young Men's Improvement class had a
get-toget'ier Tuesday evenng at tha
vestry of tho Methodist Church, w'tb
about GO present. District Superintendent
Rev. W. D. Dukeshlre of St. Albans
was tho principal speaker of the even
ing. T. B. Ellis acted as toastmaster and
other speakers were tho Rev. W T Best.
C! S Stanollff, Prof. A. W. Ruff. Prof.
Dodge, L. L. Camp and J. It Parker. Tho
young men's orchestra and male quartette
furnished music for tho evening, A solo
was also rendered by J, A. Walte. Tho
Rev. V. M. Hardy went to Burlington
Wednesday for u short stay. Mr and
Mrs. H. A. Slayton left Wednesday for
Burlington. They will then visit their
daughter and husband, Mr, and Mrs, Carl
Brownell, In Vergennes, Prof, and Mrs.
W. A. Beobo Is In Proctor, and go to Mo!
rose, Mass., to puss Thanksgiving with hU
brothor and wife, M.- and Mra. J. C. F,
filayton. The nine sule given Tuesday
afternoon and evening by the Unity olnss
was a success, both In their sales ot
fancy articles and Ir. tin- entertainment
givon by the young ladle i In the evening.
The tea room and booths wero arranged
In n most attractive manner, the tea
room especially, which was wholly of the
Japanese) order. Mrs. C. H. Slocum went
to Boston Wednesday for a stay of two
weeks with her e'aughter nnd hJsband
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Chnpln. Carl llnzii.
the new clerk In tho A L. C cnov
pharmacy, and his mother ha i.iove 1
to tho Mrs. J. M Foss houso 011 Vnle n
street recently vacated by L. S Stone
Sousa and his band will give a con ert
In Morrisvlllo Monday aftcm'-"-". Decem
ber J, with the soloists who mr- to th,
tour of the world. Miss Virginia Root
soprano, Miss Nlcnllno Zo.leli : t- 'inlst
nnd Herbert U Clark, coir The
ladles of the- Methodist Church will servi
a supper at their vestn Friday evonlns
from 6:30 on. M1. and Mrs Rii rt Eatot
and son, Henwlek. left Wednesday morn
ing for a two weeks' visit t the farmer's
sister, Mrs. C. S Merrill of Waltham,
and Mr. It. E. Whltcomb ot Somervlllo,
also with Mrs. Eaton's brother, Charlei
Norton of Brockton, Mas.
Mr. Anm Sttorae went to South Royal
ton Monday to see her daot-bter, M2.i
Bertha Mon-e, who Is slow! recovering
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