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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 1020
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT;
THE NEWS BY COUNTIES
r Addison County
Word was recelvod Saturday of the
death of Prank Bruya nt Spokane. Wash.,
where, ho was train auditor for the North
ern Pacific railroad for 3) years. Ho was
born in Mlddtebury, the won of the Into
Charles Bruya, who died some years ago,
and of Mrs. Mary Bruya, who lives In
this village. He also has a wife, four
sons and three daughters: four sisters,
Miss Delia Bruya, Mrs. Hattlo Banning
of Mlddtebury. Mrs. Thomas Shannon of
Greenfield, Mass., Mrs. Frank Barrows
of Vergcnncs; and three brothers, Edward
H. Bruya of Mlddlchury, Arthur Bruya
of Charleston, Mass.. and L, .1. Bruya
of Barro. The funeral was held In that
city Monday, with Interment there. Mr.
Bruya has followed the railroad business
about all his life, having first commenced
when a young boy In Mlddtebury nt the
local station. Ho had been suffering for
some time with a lingering Illness. Dr.
Alfred Clark, who had lived In this town
for several years, and Is supposed to bo
a native of Chelsea, died nt the town farm
Friday from old age. Ills remains were
brought to this village and taken to the
undertaking rooms of A. .1. Blackmer,
where the funeral services were held
Saturday afternoon at two o'clock, the
Bev. Henry C. Newell, pastor of the Con
gregational Church officiated and Inter
ment was In the West cemetery.
The observance of Memorial Day
here Monday was one of the most
striking and pleasant affairs of Its kind
In tho long list of yearly observances
of the memorial anniversary. Tho wea
ther was well nigh perfect throughout
tho day and there was no rain or other
unpleasant occurrences to mar tho
Mnooth and even courso of the cxet
clscs. The preliminary arrangmenls had
all been carried out to completion well
In advance so that everything went
through without a hitch of any kind.
Flags and streamers were In evidence
all over the village from an early hour
and many private dwellings as well as
public and business buildings were,
decorated with the national colors.
Everywhere throughout tho village
wero flags and bunting displayed. The
arrangements for the day wero made
by a joint commltte of veteran soldiers
and citizens, namely. Commander Wal
ter W. Trieston. Edwin E. Jones and
William L. Cndy, representing William
P. Russell Post No. fctl. O. A. R.. and
George N. Shamho, Lewis Hanflcld and
Solomon B. Alnes, representing tho
citizens generally; and there was an
auxiliary committee of ladles repre
senting William P. Russell Circle No.
Advertising fn this column
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Apply Matron, Home for Destitute Chll
WANTED At Fletcher Quarry, Wondhurvi
Vt., open shop rjuarry from March 1. 1920,
wanted now two complete derrick crenvp.
1 have a peneral utorc and furnish goods
to men in my employ at vrholenaln prices,
houses re.nt at $6.00 to $10 per month.
Surface quarry and good machinery.
Write for morn Information and state
our experience In a granite quarry or
marble quarry. Will hire a few appren
tices. E. R. Tletcher, Woodbury. Vt,
TWO STANDING BARNS for sale, one
SfixfM ft., two floors, one .intn ft, base,
ments to both, good condition; will Fell
standlnc or will tako down and ship to
nearest station and set up elsewhere.
Write P. O. Box 311, Hardwtck, Vt
TUtrwOOD WANTED Will pay the high
est price for pulpwood, peeled spruce and
balsam, peeled poplar, peeled basswood,
peeled soft maple and peeled birch deliv
ered in the fall of l'JL'O and spring of
1921 The poplar, maple, tiasswood and
birch on the n. & M. .mil C. V. In Ver
mont, on the nutland from Burlington to
Rutland and from Rutland to ricnnlngton
and D. A- II. Easle Bridge Division also
D. A H from Rutland to Whitehall. The
spruce and balsam I will take anywhere
In Vermont and New Hampshire, All tho
abnvo wood to be under contract. Apply
to W. H Tlndalc. KeesevlUe, N. V.
POULTRY AND SUPPLIES
BABY CHICKS. Reds, White Rocks, Bar
red Rocks, Black Mlnorcas, $:0..M) per
100; White I.echorns, Brown Leghorns $18,
White Wyandotte. $S1 ; from recosnlzed
bfg layers. $1 per inn extra. Orders from
25 to 2S.000. filled In one shipment. Mans
field Hatchery, Mansfield, Mars.
130,d and w to Jy IS
For Sale or To Rent
Attract Ivo property at Cedar Beach.
Charlotte, House, barn, Ice-houte, dock,
about 13 acres of woodland.
For full particulars Inrjulro of Mrs.
W. J. Van Patten, 433 So. Union St.,
Both meter and schedule for the
rjuarters ending May 31st an now
duo and' payable at the Water Office,
No, 5 City Hall. Discount allowed on
bills paid on or before June HHh,
1020, Office hours for tho first ten
Jays of June, from S.OO a. to 8:00
p. in., after that from S;00 a. in. to
12:00 m., and 1:00 p. m. to 5:01 p, m.i
Unleiiii prompt payment Is made, five
pur cent will be added to tho tu bill
and the water nhut off, as prescribed
In Section 3S of tho Water Ordinance
J, FRANK KIODKIt,
S, Ladles of tho Grand Army. This com
mittee wan composed ot Mrs. Gideon
B. Ahboy, Mrs. Carrie W. Nanh and
Mrs. Carrie W. Nash and Mrs. Kara 13.
Turner. In tho early hours of the fore
noon the graves of decenscd comrades
In tho West and Catholic cometcrlofi
wero beautifully flagged, and decorat
ed with flowers by committees from
tho different organizations appointed
for this purpose and this service wm
llkowlse extended to the graves of
veterans of tho Mexican war and those
of tho war with Spain and the recent
World War In Europe. Tho corr.mltUe
having chargo of the flowers consisted
of Mrs. M. E. Orady, president of tho
Ladles Circle, and sisters Miss Florence
E. Eddy, Mrs, Nelson A. fynour and
Mrs. E. B. Turner, This committee also
officiated at the services uround tho
monument. Early in tho nftornoon tho
town was filled with people from the
neighboring towns to such an extent
that some of he stivts In tho busi
ness portion of tho village were rearly
Impassable. At 2:15 o'clock a proces
sion wan fornio.l In front of the Grand
Army hnll on Main r,tret and took Its
way by a short circuitous route to tho
town hall, whore the exercises wero
scheduled to take place. The procession
was formed without any hand to lead,
with Russell Camp, Ladles of tho
Grand Army, Mrs. Edna Orady, presi
dent, and the local camp of tho Loyal
Legion, Cnpt. Jacob .1. Ito3e, comman
der, acting as escort to William P.
Uussell Post, O. A. P.. This post at It3
flood tide had a membership of 125, nid
Its present active membership numhers
only IS comrades, nnd rome of the IS
wero unable to march In the procession
hut were carried In automobiles char
or'd for the purpose.
Tho hall was crowded to the doors with
people from Mlddlebury and many adja
cent towns. The stage, which was appro
priately trimmed, was occupied by the
officers of tho local patriotic organiza
tions, and tho officers of the day. the
orator and others taking part In tho pro
ceeding. The music at the hall was
under the direction of Mrs. Charlotte
L. Shackett, who also led the supervision
and oversight of the school children In
their various appearances. The Rev.
Everett W. Gould, pastor of the local
Methodist Church, opened the exercises
with prayer, after which Adjutant Wil
liam L. Cady of tho Tost, read tho origl
nal Memorial day orders and this year's
general orders from headquarters. "Am
erica" was sung hy the audience, after
which there was drill and singing from
several departments of tho graded school,
with a program ot scours and recitations,
including the following: "Lincoln's Get
tysburg address," Jessie Boulla; "Tho
Flag," Emma Perkins: "Our Country's
Flag," Willard Baldwin; "Young Patrl
otin's Song," John Wis-ell; "Little Boy
Blue," Raymond McFarland; "A
Song of Stars and Peace," Flor
ence Trudeau and children of grade 4;
recitation, by Miss Charlotte Taylor of
Rochester, X. V., formerly ot Mlddlebury;
solo, "The Flag That Never Has Known
a Stain," Margaret Smith; "Song of tho
Flag," boys of grades five and sixth.
Then came the principal feature of tho
program, the address, delivered by the
Rev Frederick M. Hngadom of Bristol,
pastor of tho Congregational Church at
that place. "Tho Star Spangled Banner"
was then sung. The benediction by the
Kcv. Henry C. Newell of the Mlddlebury
Congregational Church. Then came brief
exercises around the monument Just out
side the hall, which wero under the direc
tion of Col. James M. Tracy, who waB
assisted by the ladles' flower committee
and these little flower girls, all grand
daughters of veterans, the. Misses Laura
Eddy. Mary Farrell. Natallo Grady and
Helen Shaw. Tho opening prayer was
by tho Rev. Roy E. Whlttcmorc, the Bap
tist pastor, followed by "Cover Them
Over With Beautiful Flowers" by the
school children, for tho decoration of the
graves of the unknown, all this in charge
of Louis Goulett, officer of the day. The
Rev. Mr. Whlttcmorc ended the exercises
of the day with a brief address. At the
close of the regular program tho Ladies
of the Grand Array, tlte Sons ot Veterans,
hall In the Dyer block to tho member,
of the Grand Army the Sons of Veterans,
the American Legion, to those who took
part In the exercises of the day and to
other Invited guests.
Mrs. L. H. Hathaway. Mrs. R. H.
White. Mrs. Harry Cushman, Mrs. W.
W. McGilton, Mrs. John A. Fletcher
and Mrs. N. J. Sanford have gone to
Windsor, where, they will represent the
Mlddlebury Women's club at the an
nual meeting of the Federated Wom
en's clubs of Vermont. John H. Burns
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas I'.
Burns have vacated the Hotel Logan
and Mlddlebury College took possession
of the premises on Tuesday under a
three years' lease. The Burns peoplo
have gone to their new home in the
Dr. C. iZ. Prentice house, a mile and u
quarter east of the village.
Word was received In town
Monday of tho marriago of MIkb Dorr
they M. Webster, daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. George O. Webster ot
Northampton, Mass, to Albert John
Hettinger of Northampton. Mass,
May 31. Mlrs Webster iniS her mother
were former residents of Mlddlebury.
Mr and Mrs. Perry H. Merrill have re
turned to Bristol after a few days at
the home of Mrs. Merrill's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph F. Novnk.Kra. Jennie
Barnes has returned to Bridport after
a few days at tho home of Mrn. F, E.
Kingsley. Loran Shaw haa returned
to Wnterbtiry after n few dayt; at the
homo of his brother, Charles J. Shaw.
The Misses Helen and Ruth Bliss
have returned to Montpe. r after a
few days nt the home of Prof, and Mrs.
L. J. Hathaway. Mrs. Katherlno Swett
and son, George Swett, of Camhrldge,
Mass., are guests at the homo of Prof.
P. N. Swett and family. Miss Edith
Drury of North Bangor, N. Y., Is visit
Ing at tho home of Prof, and Mrs. A.
W. Eddy. Prof. Raymond MeFarland
will deliver the nr'dress at the gradu
ating exorcises of the Hlghgate Center
high school Friday evening. Tho Rev
Martin E. Cady of Evansvlllo, in., is
In town on a hln annual visit to the
home of his son. Prof. Frank L. Cady.
- Reginald Bedard h.'in returned from
Rurlington, where he has been on a
visit Miss Wllma Hcbert has return
fd from a week's visit to friends In
The. Grand Army of the Republic were
assisted Sunday In the carrying out of
their Ufcual Memorial Sunday service! by
tho members of the American Legion, th'u
members of William r. Russell Post No.
i:. G. A. It., William P. Russell Circle.
No. 5, L.idles of the Grand Army and of
tho Mlddlebury Post of tho American Lc
Klon gathered at the opora house at threo
o'clock Sunday. Tho hall was deorated
with flags and potted plants for tho oc
casion. The following was the program:
Music, college quartet; reading of Serlp
turo and prayer by Chaplain John M.
Thomas; patriotic election by quartet;
opening remarks by Post Commander J.
.1. Ross, M. D.j address by the Rev. C. C
St. rialr, former Y. M O. A. secretary
and chaplain of the second division, who
gave n strong address; reading of honor
roll; "Marseillaise," solo, by Prof. Wil
liamson de Vlsme; "Star Spangled Fan
ner," audlenoe; benediction. During the
exercises, the Rev, St, Clair prcrsnted the
following with French government war
ceillflcntes; Frank Harrows, of Mlddle
bury, Mrs. Motieo Forcler of Shorcham,
Mrs. W, L. WheolcT of Brldport. Ch.arlo
C'onnnt, Sr., of Salisbury, Glen C. P'lolps of
Orwell, Lennn Wilkinson of Brldpott,
Frank O, Aunclimnn of Khiirehain, Mrs.
Joacphlnn Fitzgerald of Orwell, Mr?. Or-r-hta
S. Boynton of Itlplon, Mrs. Edyth.
Severance of Mlddlebury, William II.
Austin of Mlddlebury. Mra. E. T. Fradotto
and Dr. Stearns of Mlddlebury.
The rtrnalns ot Mrs. Sarah M. Tracy,
wife of t.'to late Co!. A. S. Tracy, who
wore former residents of this village wll!
be brought here this afternoon from Mel
rose, Mats., whore she had made her
homo for a few years, and will bo taken
to the West cemetery fcr Interment In
the family Int. Tho Misses Alice St. Fi
eri a and Luy Stearns havo returned
from Brandon, whore they have born
vlsitlnc Miss St. Pierre's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Fladlen St. Plcrre.-Mr. and Mrs.
Augustus Osier havo returned to X1b
ford nftnr a weuf: bore with Mr. and
Mra. George I-Altok. Flf'.eer. thousand
pike rerch were rpcclve3 from the hatch.-
cry this week ty County Fish ar." Oamo
Warden acorgo if. ChAffej and Wfj-j
taken to F.-n lake, where thoy Mero
dlstrihuted-Mrs. OIlvo McCoc-wck, who
has been In town for a few iays, haa
roturnul to Burllngtoiu-hlr. and Mrs,
August L. Lockheart of Harrlsbutff.
Miss., are guests of Mr. and Mrn. Brntn
ard H. Lane. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Galho:
arc making largo Improvements upm and
about their home place. Superintendent
and Mrs. Arthur W. Eddy and gueet,
Muts Edith Dowey, of New York, 'havo
mturned from a brief trip to Bristol and
vicinity. Miss Angeltno Simpson has re
turned from Rutland, whoro sho haa
been vlsltlr? her pnrontfl, M and Mrs.
J. W. Simpson. Miss Hazel Kotthumand
Evelyn Houghton l.avo returned from
Sudbury, whero the- havo been passing
a few days at the home ot Mlsa Ketch
urn's parents, Mr. and Airs. It. T. Kctch-um.-Mr.
and bins. William J. Hammond
of New York, ivho hivo been tnrc a
week to visit Mr. Hammond's slater,
Mrs. Willis N. Cody, ami his uncle, Wal
ter W, Martin, havo returned to the
city. Mrs. Bumard Mulcahy. a former
resident, who has l.fcn hero for somo
time visiting; friends, hnt r Turned to
naniwick.-Charlcs nt-.Mvin r...s gone to
Rutland for' a Ehort visit at tho homo
of his parents, Mr. and Sirs. F. H. Uald
w!n. Mi. and Mrs. Willi.-m J .Lap.ock
and children of Tlcoo.dcn.'ca, If. Y., aro
hero to visit Ms rarcr.ts, .Mr. Mrs.
Joseph LaRock. Tho trustees have had
some much needed repairs maic to tho
cement walks on Main street and furth
er work In this direction Is contemplat
ed. It Is nUso understood that tho por
tion of the road way on Main street
will bo rebuilt. Milton L. Barnes has
gone to Plttsford for a few days at the
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel
J. Barnes. Mrs. Olive Lafayette, wife
of Robert Steele, died at her homo on
Water street yesterday afternoon. Tho
funeral will be held on Friday afternoon
at two o'clock at her late home.
The Memorial Day Religious services
Sunday evening at the Vcrgennes
Baptist Church were largely attended,
tho visiting guests consisting of mem
bers of Ethan Allen Post No. 3. G. A. R..
Cajt. C. E. Parker Camp, Sons of Vet
erans an! of tho Vcrgennes American
Legion. An enteresting program was
carried out. as follows: Prelude, organ
and orchestra; singing, "America;"
drum, taps, for seating; address of
welcome, Miss Lois Flske; singing,
"Red White and Blue;" scripture,
reading, the Rev. W. S. Mulholland:
singing, "Star Spangled Banner:"
prayer, the Rev. Frederick J. But
tcrby; singing, "Onward Christian Sol
diers." The auditorium was profusely
trimmed with flowers. On the plat
form was a miniature camp, Ethan
Allen Post, G. A. R., with guns stacked
anl colors placed, producing a fine ef
fect. Supt. C. W. Wilson of the State
Industrial School, presided at tho or
gan and Morgan's orchestra played
sacred music and national airs. On
entering the church each member of
the visiting bodies was met by two
young ladien and two flower girls
carrying trays of lilies of the valley
tied with red. white and blue ribbon,
and tho flowers wero pinned to tho
lapel of the coat of the guests. Making
the turn Into the auditorium two
columns of children forme! In tho
center aisle with American flags, form
ing an arch through which the sol
diers passed. Tho children were dressed
in white and carried bouquets of lilies
of tho valley tred with red. white and
blue ribbon, making a very pleasing
picture as the veterans marched In
and the column of children sang
America," the congregation lolnlng
in tho sining. The guests were inhered!
to tne scats reserved for them 1 wo
small children, tho girl rcim lg
the army anj tho boy the nav i'n
address of welcome by Miss Ixils '.'Isko
was very pleahing. Spirited 10-mlnute
addresses were given by the Rev.
Frederick J, Butterby, rector of St.
Paul's Church, tho Rev. W. S. Mulhol
land. pastor of the Methodist liplsco-
ral Church, and tho Rev. Thomas Ncal,
Jr., pastor of the Baptist Church.
The funeral of Charles H. Strong
was held Saturday afternoon at the
house, the Rev. William' Frazcr offi
ciating. Tho bearers we're Judge Frank
L. Fish. W. R. Bristol. W. R Warner,
B. W Smith, A. S. Haven and E. W.
Graves, and the honorary bearers
were Cnpt, C E Parker and A. W.
Norton Burial was made In the family
lot In Prospect cemetery. There wero
many floral tributes
Memorial Day was observed hero
Monday under tho auspices of Ethan
Allen Pest No, 3, Department of Ver
mont, G. A. R., Isaac Miller, comman
der. Ideal weal her prevailed and thewo
was a good attendance, At 1:15 p. m.
theiprocesslon waa formcl on the north
and east side of tho pork nnder tho
direction of W. E. Larrm", murshal of
the day. In the procci-slon wero mem
bers of Ethan Allen Post, Camp C. E.
Parker Sons of Veterans, John Tier,
coinmanlsr, Vorgenneo American Le
gion, Raymond Slack, commander, mem
bers of the Vergcnncs fire .leptrunent,
State Industrial school boys, speaker of
the day and tho clergy. Led by the Vcr
gennes City band the column paraded
through the princlnyil streets and back
to the opera houso wliero tho enureses
wore held. The tpcalter of the day was
tho Rev. G. E. Robbum of BurUsgton.
and City Clerk Georco W. Stone read
Lincoln's Gettysburg addiess. At tho
clono of the o.torclsen the- usual 'decora
tion exorcises of the Grand Army waa
observed at tho old cemetery whero a
data of school chlldien decorated tlio
graves of soldlors.
Tho Rev. William F. Frazler. pastor
of tho VerBcnncB Congregational
Church, preached the liaccalaurlato
sermon before tho graduating clas3 of
Beeman Academy, Now Haven, Sunday
evening. Mrn. Henry Pago han re
turned to Danvlllo after a three weolu'
visit to her son, F. M. Dana. Mlsu
Rena Little; daughter 61' Mr. and Mrs.
Charles II. Little of FenibPun,-. In
slowly recovering from an operation
for appendicitis at Mary Flntchei- hos
pital. District Health Officer Dr. G.
F. Edmunds ot Bristol vlsltol tho Vor
gonncs schools Tuesday mornlnx and
In tho afternoon au-orupanlcd by Super
intendent of Schoolti W, L. Cog;i!is
vlsltfcd tho schools In Addison. Mm Ida
Gates of Burlington recently visited
nor sons, Richard, of tnls place ami
Meddle, of Waltham. Tim Vcreannos
City Band Kavo their first open air con
cert of the Reason In the park Mon.Uy
evening. Aldermnn Levi II, Brown Is
In Florenco on business this weel: a
the Interests of the Sheffield Farms
Company, Ino Mrs, Edith M Foster of
Chicago, III., h vlaitlntr her conalna,
Mr. and Mrs, Gcorno H. Boidwlck A.
W. Norton tins been appointed adminis
trator of tho estate of Charles !.
Strontr. M.-. nn,j Mrs. Wllford Jackmnn
of Lincoln were Sundny guest of Mr,
nliil Mrs. Goorgo II. Bostwlck. Prof.
.inmts Bri!iflelil, wlfo and child of
Geneva, N. Y are vIsltlnK Mr. and Mrs, 1
W. A. Scott Paul Ynttaw, who h.u
been employed n. express route ngci-.t
from Burllnirton to Rutland, has bon !
Iransrcrrcd to tin rout beiwcen Trey I
and Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Tober
ot Mlddlebury visited hl.i pnrontu. Mr.
and Mrs. A. R. Tabor. Monday. I. R.
Raker o? Burlington called on friends
Krs. Saul Cohen of Nw Yoik city and
M'ss H. Cohon of Rrandon wire 'uc:Us
Morday of Mr. and Mrs. Abraham Cohen.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Andrus motjrort
iTiieidny t'j aurllJigton a:companld by
I Ih'-lr 'lltlfvlllf.,. Tfl..A Il.l... n .t.... ...
...HQ.ni..! llirn IIUK II, 1 riiiuiMii XJl
thf University of Vermont, wl.r has been
spending a few dayj wlfh thtrn Mlr.s
Dorothy Belden of Buritegton la vlalflnrr
her aunt, Mrs. W. A. Scott.-EOian Alien ,
Post, G. A. R wero entertained Mondny
evening a' tho Sta't Industrial Kohool '
by a supper and wr.s followed by cxr.r- i
cisch at tho chapel. Ohar.'cs Cnmby of
Chicago arrived Curd if for a aioth's vlr
i: to rrt.i father, William Cwln',-Glim
Oana of Hartford. Conn , Is vltttlng his
p-'.'jnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. F M. Dana.-Mr.
and Mrs. Mvron FlKhman and children
of Rutland spent Memorial Day Uh his
brother. Max Flshinan, und nls s.ster,
Mrs. Abraham c'oliin. R. T. Mrlntyre
visited his son, Edward, Sundny at tho
Mary Tletcher Hospital, whero he I,, re
covering wr.h an operation.
At tho nniiMl nicetlns of the Ladles'
Aid society of the Vcrgennes Methodist
Episcopal Church officers were elected
for the comliig ir ar hs follows: President,
Mrs. l!a Maccabee; vice-president, h'n.
George D. M'ddl..brook ; secretary, Mrs.
Roy Y.UUw; trearjrer, Mrs. H. B. Slack.
The Bocd-ty is In a flourishing condition.
During tho year, tho society has put In
hardwood r.no.-p in t.n pantry .-.r.d kitchen
and i'avo l.,t'.Mlled olecme lights in thb
:nronaKe, bi-.Mns doing ino needed
pspenng and piloting. T.'.o Sewing Cir
c!o will tucft afternoon lth Mies
Eva Mclirs T??o northwest OHtrlct spell
ing contest ur.Jer tho direction of Super
Intendent of Schools W. L. Cochins will
be held In City Hull, Vcrgennes, Thurs
day eve:iinjf, Juno 10. There will bo t'iret
contestants from uich of tho followinc
towns In the district, Vcrgennes, Addl
son, t'anton, FcrrWnrrr, Monktnn anti
Waltham. E. D. Qti.n' in has rented the
L. G, Whltford ho" on Greene streot.
Mls3 Rose Donav
been spending a
mother, Mrs. Jamt
Sawyer of Rutland i
yesterday. A food s
"I' Burlington has
days with her
nawav. Miles A.
i I on friends hero
will be held Sat-
urday afternoon In the Vcrgennes school
building for the beiulit ot the kinder
garten school. Miss Martha Thorn visited
her farm in Waltham yesterday.
Albert Charbonneau haa resigned his posi
tion as clerk In the store of J. A. Har
rington & Co. and Wilfred Little hax
taken his place. Mrs. Bernard Mulcahy
on her way from Mlddlebury to her homo
In Hardwick visited friends in town this
week. Mrs. Mulcahy was a former resi
dent, and will be remembered as Miss
Annie Slnon. Byron A. Beal of Brooklyn,
N. Y., is passing a few days at tho Beal
summer home at Fort Cassin. Jllsa Rhea
Patnaud has returned to Burlington after
a visit to her uncle and aunt. Mr. and
Mrs. Henry G. Miner. Mrs. H. V.
Whcelock and daughter, Madeline, who
are spending the summer at the Whcelock
camp at Woodbury pond. Is passing a few
days in town. Mrs. Joseph Rcnaud of
Rutland has Joined her husband here for
The Vergcnncs State School of Agricul
ture baseball nine defeated the Vail Agri
cultural School at Lyndon Center May
31 by the .--core of 2 to 1. Captain Whit
ney of tho V. S. A. drove out a home run
In the first Inning and Jacohs brought In
a second run In the third Inning. Lyndon-
vllle Aggies scored in the first Inning.
Both teams tightened up after tho third
Inning and no moro scores wero made.
Tho Vail Aggies are an old rival of V. S.
.. but never have equalled them. It
was the cleanest and fastest game played
this season. Tho Vail Aggies showed ex
ceptionally good spirit and gave the fel
lows a good time.
The following memorial program was
observed at Holley hall Sunday afternoon
at two o'clock: Music; prayer, the Rev.
F. M. Hagadorn: Introduction of tho Rev.
P. B. Strong, D. D., who delivered the
sermon, ly the Rev. J. J. Fowler:
America": benediction, the Rev. R. W.
Linnell. The baccalaureate cxercb.es held
In Holley hall Sunday evening wero as
follows: Processional, Cifford Kent, mar
shal; music, orchestra: Invocation, the
Rev. J. J. Fowler; hymn: Scripture rend-,
the Rev. R. W. Llnr.cH: music, Glee club;
baccataureato rormon, tho Rev. F. M.
Hagadorn: "America"; benediction, the
Rev. F. M. Hngadom; recessional. Mr.
and Mrs. Chaunccy Beeman and son of
St. Albans were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
E. W. Jennings Memorial day. The Rev.
F. M. Hagadorn delivered the Memorial
lay riddles In Mlddlrtbury Monday.
Mrs, Elisabeth RJder haa rum to the
Mary Fletcher hcopilal for trepur.f
Mr. e.nd Mrs. A. W. Ptevcns and daugh
ter, Oorneli.i. wero guests of A. C. Sum
ner and family Mnd.iy. Mr. and Mrs.
A. W Gove of Vuldl-bury rpeit Memorial
day with Mrs. Sophia Shenvtn. The rela
tives of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Grow helped
them celebrate their loint birthday Mr.n
day evening at their home on Church
street. Ico crMm and ra!:e wero nerw5,
Miss Irene Ferguson of BurllnKtnn waa
at homo over Sunday. Mr, u:M Mra.
J. Braract O'Brien of Burlington aid Miss
Marion Mulllngr. and GroTg:i Whltruore
of Mlddlebury College spent Sunday 'with
Mrs. flaky Mulling:) n.td daughter, Ruth.
Gwynn Beat, and George Pi.p.i of t:e
University of Vermont were home ovnr
PundJiy, Je.remlan C. .'.deJl nnd lt.'tiey
Norton of Mlddlebury Colle.se spout Sun
dny at their homes berc Miss Inla
Jonno returned Monday to her dtnWs .(tjr"r "ai"nl McFArianC. Profbinr W.
the Mary Fletcher hospital. Sho Is oic
of tlu graduating class of issalamca
Cardjll returned lo Pitt.sficld, Maan.,
Monday atter spcnrtlrg a weeks's vaca
tion at his hom he.ie.
Momori.il day was observed Monday
In the ucual way. In tlie morning a I'rn
Cfsslon heruled hy the military band,
marched to Greenwood crii'etcry where
the O. A. R. r'tualistlc scrviro was held
and the grav. of the soldiers decoraied.
In tno afternoon tho following propram
was carried out at Holley hall: Pravr,
tho Her. J. J. Fowler: music; rending
orders and h.mor roll by adjutant; icojI
Ing, "Lincoln's Gettysburg Address; in
troduction.) of speakers by Attorney
G. Pago; addrefii, .Iud;o F. L. Fish; rnn
sic; boncrtlctlo.- Mrs. K W. Slaton ot
Montpullcr and daughter, Dorothv, of
Mlddlebury Col'eco irpcnt Memorial dy
iwltb. Mis. Jesl- M orpin Mlrs Dorothy
I'o'.-ctapn o Mlddlebiiri' Colletre was at
homo over Sunday.-Mn. J. P. Owen
spcnl Sunday In Hull and, -Kalph Palmer
of Now york city is the truext of his
parents, Mr. and Mra. F. IL ralmnr and
taniily.-n. tZ. Marsh of New York city
In In town. Dr. Philip B. Strong. D. D.,
who has been speiidlns a few weoki In
town, rotiirnod to his home In Plainfleld.
N. J.. Tuesday ,-M lis livvrnlce aurrow
has bc.m cngag.xl to teich tlu school
In Whiting village. .lark Shuttuck of
Hartford. Conn., It. the guest cf h!a
maih-r, Mi-,, At0 shattui'.k.-.Vlson Ab
ertnUiy of .fprlrxilcld, han been vlalllr.fi
hln parents, Mr. and Mts. M'.lo Abernethv
-Mib.s Cora Wilson has accepted tho iosl
tlon of maragor of tlu local brar.oli i
Ute Gieat Atlantic and Pacific Tcu eom-patiy.-Mlsa
,eoi,a Ul.f,,.r, 0( chailultrt h
Hi iTn... I. Mi
The ttoi 3t i rt&U eteaUr
; rnd lh workft beat Gtfotm
spending commencement wcc! with Mr.
and Mrs. A. R. Grow and other rela
tives. Miss Ella Mathewson of St. Faith's
School, Saratoga, N. Y., spent Sunday
at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. Kd
wln II. Eastman and Harold Dana havo
returned from Daytona, Florida. Mr.
and Mrs. A. E. Grow spent Sunday and
Monday with relatives In Charlotte. Mr.
and Mrs. .1. R. Thomas gavo a very
pleasant garden party Monday afternoon
at The Maples to the senior class, the
, . K ,
school directors, Miperintendents and
others. Punch, ice cream aid cako wero
servwl by tho undergraduates. Amorig
tho others wero the resident members
of the class of '85, who are particulaily
Interested in the clas of since the
"class baby" Miss Gertrude Palmer, Is
ono of the graduates. Twenty-fivv. ye.tf:
ago Miss Carrie Patterson, (now Mrs.
Howard Partch of Pa.sadena. Calif..') the
non-resident member of tho cl.isn of ';i,
gave a party for her -;as.-.malec u.id
friends on the beautiful lawn ot her home
on West ctreut, which is now called
"Uoscbank Cottage" the !;ome of Mrs.
F. .1. Biady. This Wiia tho first thing
of the Kind ever done for a g'ejua'u's
c!jj.-s. Since then the class o' ' his
enjoyed many pleasant rrunlon.-, i
ntnm Innti tho nnn Vi?r.ifv ,1'nnnr .r
moro than the 25 anniversary dinner par
ties givon them by Mr. and Mir. Thomas
nt Tho JIaplets Friday night. Dr. A. M.
Conon la fiendlng a few days at the
Lake Manstleid club.
Tic r.wnfh annual prlre.spcikir.g con
test of the Illi'h Pchonl wan hcjd In Holley
Ha.1 Tii'srtr.y evening, the fo.lowijig wi:-
(nli.g tho awards. First, prize. MUs Ger
trude iV.'uer, S7.M; .ve.-r,nd, Mlrs Marion
MtTK'iii. S3, tiird, Lls K.ithr-yr. I cr.-n
fi50. Tho fvr.frjrtmta were cooc'ks by
LMIss Effle n:u!:-.- of TSatUnd. Tho pro-
scJectrd, Thercia Ellzalmt!' Burrltl.
"I!lddy':i Trials Amat.g tho Yiiukeeu,"
FrKicttKl, Ivpthryn Mary Levarn. '2; "ctt
;nn(ir of I ho WovV.i," .-ulariti'd, Ethel
Alma Far,-. '21; "GiTindma Keoler Gets
Grandpa Kclcr Ilmdy tor Sunday
Kcnool," Sally Pnttt McLean, Gxtrud
tlarali Palmer, 'ffi; muaic by Glrw Ciuii;
"Pi.tTi'.'s Story,- j, t. 'iyonbriclg'j. iZvelyn
IVjjier K.ir.t, "The Lcscmi of Itre-
gen." Ad.'li'dn Prorlor ;F.trJor! r:vr.l-..i
lluut, '21; Thb lUstwirman.- A"nl
N'oyec, Marlon Euphcnla Morgan. 'Vi; 'nu
Jo br iTleo Club. The juage.- were Prof-
i;. r.Hvlron and Pivif.-sor F. W ODJtr f
N.wt TTiesdiiy .vcrilnr; tho rr.giilar raeet
ng of thO. K. 8. '.li bo tie'rt In Maoont-H.-Jl.
Ther..- wlii be initiation wid refrsh
tncntf will la vi'-vjd.-.jxrv W M Hashes
of Saicm, Ore., is vlsltlr.i; friends hero and
In Lincoln. .Miss Audio Dihbio of Forris
burr, was tho S''ct of Mrs. Lucy Palmer
Monday. Mrn. u, C. Baboock violtlng
her daughter In WcybrldKc B. fi. WrigLt
and (!r.ughler, Gw.induly:'., of Sprlncaoid,
M. ss., ar.d Donald Wrtc.ht Mi !&mHy at
Schcn."tudy, Y aro K'.ieyts of Mr. and
Mrs. Waller Wright. Tho J-illovrtng A
fleers of the Parent-Teacher Association
worn clccter Monday nlcht; Preoldent.
Mm. P.. C, Vamey; vico-presldcnt, Mm.
Dcnw, fccrctr.ry, Mr?, n.int'or.; treasnror,
Mn.. A. G. Bristol. Tho ar.nu.vl meotlnB
,ot tho B. II. S. Alumni Assoclj'lon will
be hold at assembly hall FrVay iromlrif
at Ifl:S0 o'clock. Tno idnmnl i.vnquet v.'il!
bo held from fjvo Mill oUht ccoj In
the Mo'hodist Chnreh riiul-ro.-Tiift toach
sr tnUnliv, class vith Mtio L'li.Cih enjoyoc!
vi trip to Burlington. Tho faculty ot tho
III:h School gavo tho meiaii o the
ucadcmlc course cf graduutlf.'; closi n.
bar.at'et at tho Bristol Hjiis Wo.'.neaday
The funeral of y.it, Luthurtn (H'j:t".'
ftold) Br-))vn, wlfo r,f Fred Uro". u'r.o
died at tin) Mf.'y Fie.U.l-.e- hosplCtl Wod
nerday Iday yi, wai hji.l E'J'.doy aft.),-.
nooa at ono o'clock from thn Ihipi'.si
Cl.uivli, of which sho had bco.i n f.iltfc.
ful ir.cr.iber for man;' years. Thi lwiv.
.Moj-ton lU'le, of Cabit, a rk-se friend of
he family, nftliliitod, Two fav.-.rllo hstnnr.
ot tho Ue'e'.vii,d wen suns, 'Be'iu'iltil Islo
B II mechanical nnd. IX
- Grain in
Not in the
Clean threGfafng, deroiids &i, keeping
die cylinder rer living as uot oial cti
,jtjttlre8 ample, dcrxAndablc powoi.
Mc.vTfiium power dcv-nci cn itir-tjr
Tho normal operating hciT of a trxxr
engf.uo If. inevitably hg'n. j?hd the ini
tial ccndenaaticii on cyHi'.dr v-Iie o;
ihe hwavy fueis commonly useq ot tizt.
tors adds te the diflcnrdfcci of ltsbrici.
tion. Therei'tii., tmctor en;r;or r;
3uire a ipecla: oil vnich will ltsis: blv
ccoruoosttloii and diluting uctoa c"
hit nd 'uci. Unfeij the h'lxfcbut
maincnicd v. tocdy under thcj. cendi'
.ion3, it will fad to jilve masiyu'tu iro
tectloc ainst wear, i
Socony Tractor Of? is mamif'jcv: rca
etpedatty fio meet Ihase rt ulinifts.
Vse Socony Tractoi Cril :na Jocv-iy tV'Vj,
Grease, and Fuels. They wilJ krep
your trscSor working Bt t.'iilest cdvlcncy
and economy. Sold when you see the.
red, white and due Socony Si$t.
There is a SOCOW LVfilUCANT
of the ritht corisianci for vry
STANDARD OIL CO. OF NEW YORK
New York Albany Buffalo Boston
of Somewhere," and 'God Will Take Care
of You," by Mrs. D Ij. Garland and Mn.
D. W. Merrill, with Mrs. Jo'hn Bentor, as
organist. The hearers wore three broth
ers, Arthur, Otto, and Walter Butterflelo.
and throe brotlier-ln-laws, Wallace- Ed
gar and Walter Brown. Burial was m.ido
In Maplo cemetery. Mrs. Brown wos
born In Lincoln 42 years ago nnd spent
all of her life In this town. She proved
ticrself a devoted wife through the Si I
loyalty to her home wn of Urn strongest.
,,. rHp,,,,,. ...r ., ,1
. (l hi t . I....V, iiiius .vi h,;..'., -jri t y t..n.
a spirit which never '..irbored criticism
or unlrindnos-s. Besides her husband. Mrs.
j Brown la survived by five son?. Wilfrcxl,
npert 13, Morton 77. ciadtvir. 3.-'. Fletcher
5. and Donald 2; her father ar.d mother.
Mr. and Mm. Ectwia Puttcr.'lold; three
brothers, ArtJ-.ur, f)tv and Walter: cm"
'.hro ".lytcx, Mrs. Itattlr Viirnoj", Mrj..
StMl.i llrtstcl and MIm) AtlU ituttrflc!d.
7hf eepdri. v.-.:-.) iiir.-jHi.- aJttm'.ed ar.d
fdivids i"d 0a'l.-e3 v.ore iret-f!iV -c-n
SnrinllcJLt, Iitiow- Fiills. Jx'iMj.wt. Ilu
llnrton, Kj'iigti.'.e, Iliistnl. ;,'ow llver.
'iid .".ir.-r..iro. T3i.- fs,.of' AW ml
of which :.''C df re.vI v."a u .nrturr. ai-
tnnd.-xl in a b-rv-'IVo fi:rera! ot ''vi
H.d u T ,l(v f
.. . ..
Horac tit-j-.ituck Iti iistol. A:as Jm'.!
V'tWay a' l:it f'.a.. t'jp Kov. I?. ',V.
1 tlnrrP. o.'VjAtlng JiyrMu.' -Jic.rc s.izx
Mr,--. P. W IatpoIJ erf ."tre. J. J. tWr.
rho lrtV.-o:w veto !'.-' n.nd Frus Gnn.
It " ,it.,h,l, A 1- .-,,.-,.rr... 1 ..,-.
.ind "iTwciirJi C'.-m. .' -wi'va'id w.,
jr-JCSlrt to this town srri plaoil 'n y side
.rirtlKt-.r. To i'.uill' 'i.Ir:ro'ji .l.v'. Ctovn
HI). vlYolu c'.ft-r LVirdiy. Wnk .tieitln,
irchiloct. cu" Buvl.-.gloiv. v. as in uwn
r qaimxln'- to
oct sri Burih..-i Foimvla
curjiudt-.' witli i-loTtr iv
fww d.ii tn ttrm. Ilol".") A"vrnt iij ro-
tirt-iKid from WaXr.rbury, where bo f.uitt
th, vlnlisr at tho hcsrltiJ-v.rji,,f not
WclUdd arrived Ti.'urs'i.y altonio-n from
S.vrlngflcU. callfJ hor tjr Jjq doafh ut
hln sU:; Jklra. Jfrrrf. 3rtr. U E. JacX
mao sail G. A. Tlmra--wrvc In MorUoeJtor
laiii weak as dolecates to
thn Stat: ItADUbLEran .in'ntljn ytrr
.'arjeman icl lira. Thajw ;usnpau!l
Hmni laUKlit.irn lavo be.co bora to ilr.
anil Mni. Nc-ali Xitsdoa ar.d -Mr. licajllra.
W. It. Mh-iret .'d-e. U. U. rurtr.'.ca, who
baf. bcf.u siio'sly ill, is coritlored aoruo-wlux-
bettor. Ictjr;.- pabner ban jrano u
llyugate. wherv. ho haj ernplrriinrint.
i.utner .ient ana rarnuy wore jn sauif
tury Suoday to attend the funeral of
hln sisttir-ln-law. M.m. Fred Ker.t. Tho
.rt.'rt i.r.A.. v mripp ai i. ,,., nawnf.
Mr and Mrs, G. A. Purlnton. W'Mticr
da.-. May SI. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Young
ciservod their 2-th or aXJvi.- A-sht;nj: ai.
uirextccy. Soverai of ielr fr.ends f:om
RfcAwr uwii in mo 3ajflriTi:iivi oi u.io i
caslon. JIv. nnd Mra Walter Yo.ir.!; ) ih-o !
purciia!vJ tho Edvard .l:u".icji place n.pd j
will take possesion Honn. t
Mrs. Luthwla (Pi'.lerr..'d) Pr"-,. 1
vlfa of Frl Brown, died ' cdii.'dty
.May 'ti at tae Mary Fleichrir hnsalta
in BucUnnon, v!iorx nle wari tnj.en fc;'
reatmont tvu wieks n,r;o, urjcral ccr
lt wure KltA t cn O'cJocl: Sunday
,t.m'0!i ,nt tho il.-.i.llsi Churcli.
Mr. amltra. C. .1. Btilr and Mra. HLiu-'k
raotlier, .Mrs. Ilchni Carlton, cf J'.inlBiry.
motored to Sprlngfltdd, Ma.s, f tri.J.iy and
opent Mfanorlal Day ivlth Mn; 'JarltCii's
daushlor, M:tad ir(U3i. who haa a ;io
sition Uicic Mr. nod Mrs. F. H. Lllh) un.i
fl-ii TT,.liu toncrj. n.oforHil fn TTut .?..
. n .... . . ....
spont tho week-end with Ids brother, Fcr
clyrv, In Uutland. Mlrs Nina Gurvey haa
pono to r,-iiiidont whern nUv ha;) a pc.-.t.
lion In th Stair- School, Mrs. O Cr Bur
com wen", to Nov Yni'iv Thursday wiiurc
iihn r.v.'t her acn, W'Ull&ru, and Silrs. Mar
n.u-.coiu on their return fror, Florida-
A H. Cu:iU and fl, 1.. ciu! wero tho
del( ?ate- from thl:i town, who attfndt
Charlos Qulnn, 17. S. N., stationed
l nancscown, is spending a so nays i
lough with his mother. Mrs Marga
Qulnn Mr. and Mrs. George Jary
Brandon were guests of relatives Ip to
Aroner .miss .Marie and wnona r.on
J with a friend of Spiingfie'd Mass
.visitirig tnoir parents, .Mr nnu Mr?
' ., ., ....
Beatr e Doano had
miKts rhfi .T .is.is . s fi T.tv
nnu i'p.tt rnn m ni ii.-irmii it in
Doano and fnonri of A'bany.
ilr.l T!RR Dmnf'r. Ti.irpTirit. V ar.il 1
nri lit.Hsi'Lrn l. inrap I n in li-uiiiii-iu
horv '-no -.ltcr.d- nlgn Mfinr. -iTr
MrJ. .lohn ,-ktnncr of rv"'! .!. wero
gued'.ti ".r rt ws .r. towt, ie,- Mumiaj
:r.'.. I. I. ( ti,..:. ivi.'i s rr. i mr .
proving vo.y f ist 'X'ff Kov M
o-i-iffr.i (inn hri siin r,-:i n laic
L.;H' . vsl G A I'.tn' ..I'-ner
'"' - n :.:.r.cuy .r':'. cr.r ,
In tfc Tn". lla:; t. .io arte ii'ici.
,-t brief history -r ') Tfg'Ti of Gr
Army Post by jo':n Jlrluri. nc-lnsi
t iio P-z-v. liirvy I lei oi Uain i
iAik.. :id !rr ..rna-n w.r.i I lt T
KO 13 IOC .f iljT r 'BilUl' in
Thea-.- wjis i. -i..l'nc - G-tl
I .'raiisr'. Bate Jiy 'anlnc lr.
' third a.ni! fourt.i r.errnra w.
Uit',rr'xl Next Friday iimfns.
I.rt i' t,.n'nr- t full Mol'.1.
Fuller held n. meli.ij hcn ten c
f rr liiirt TV ii I n nil 13 V and i-VSS fi.l
won laaflc Tho neat, aeatlns - 1 1 If
.1.1(1 i lull. i kii'i
K.ircln, csjno to to hom of Mr.
Mrs. Mrrtnrv TniT-.ty, Mty rjv k"
Hnld Clark 16 wiU her l.ithov. r
UKrbor, vlii' jj,- ir; poor heattl-.
who 'n tti.' known her, vu ma'
I - - . - -
'Vfliwnnu ar ,.irsi or iih riunuy- ,v
rcltAl M ii.tldr.iobi.ry 'ait 'Tcol: ith
: ty tho pupr.a of Mm. J4rGiU ti.
C A Biiu.v wi a h"-l:em
fiMi nirs. ri-iroui rvenr or .noitoik.
Jaj-h 'Vbc tlon. F. C lj-er arl tSu
ti n . i . I . . . ...
. vniu, V1, u.i'O ltH auoiu
thn fn-slon of th Mist li.nl Lut fZenn
held In th.j C"nfrrvMUloniil Cnurch
day. I'rivafa funeral uoiijcm for .V
F. L. Kont wtara neld at tho rcsTdc
of her brother. R. p. .t.lwid. and
rtn.f THu TAtipltrKn nf 11r)S . nil 1
dly rtld .'.oilettni, of whlrij 8ho
r.ii-r'Vr. nti.'T'ded the f irvlw tx
. 1 rfnriti.in .i t t- rnK f
'ha tit a piYJItian-Mr. nnd Mrs. Huts
A. Smith, who wero called hcrj by t
lllncui u.ld death of Mrn. Kk Ith'a am.
fathor, Albert 'Jthoroaa. hav.i nitui i
tn their homo In Qvouns, ling In'.j 'ii
Mr. nnd Mrs. Wobb rf Rutland spoi.
fcv.- days at th'j home of her aii'it. M