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JTHE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES : THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1920.
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lltlHK STALLION now nt stnblv of A. l.
Dudley. Hhorehiun, Vermont. ..Must bo
roUi before Jtinimr 10 next. A"n.lrcs or
Inquire of Administratrix of emerge V.
Dutlloy KutRte. Tlcomloronn, N. X.
V1IY NOT OWN A HOMK? I have n lx
raoni liou'p whlrh rentn fur SS5 per' month
Tvlilch I will nell for ?n noo with a -mull
liery that finyt SHI per ton for weet corn
vooil murliet for lnllk nnd all fnrm prod
nets. w. V. I nrr, IlurllnBtun, Vt.
H'.'.Ol.w, 1 1
SMALL UNFUItNlSIIKD TKNKMKNT
rent, price low to a dt'slrnbl,' tenant,
W V Fnrr. s.1 No. Union fl. :ilS.0t,w,1t
siv-KOOM HOUSE to rent, with toilet and
Pantry on each near, suitable for two
small raminej. locaioci in nortn nnr: ot
city near car Hoc. Inqulr of W. V. I'arr.
S3 No. Union Ht. . H0l.12t,w,2t
The annual meeting of the torl
JioIdoi'M of the Farmers' & Mechanics'
K , i", lcon",:i":
Will ho held at tho banklntr house of
tho Merchants National Bank of Bur-
llngton. At., on Wednesday, January So,
11)21. at 11:00 o'clock a. 111., for tho elec
.ion of trustees ,
A . C. IhHAM. Treas. '
Burlington, Vt.. Dee. 20, 1920.
Rtowe. .Tasper Ferland of St. Albans Is
visiting his sliter, Mrs, "William Parrel I,
Jr., on Franklin street for a few days.
A. R Davis nnd P. C. Vottcr and It. II.
whltK have gone snowshoelng over the
"While have gono sonwshoelng over tho
Long Trail mid will not return until
Dr. Charles II. Cole has received news
from Montpelller, France, of the marriage
nf Dr. William Godfrey Watt to
Mndemolselle Reglna Mahlnc. which oc-
. uriBu ui .uompeiiicr ueccmDer 11. The
uuuo is 1110 tiau!?nior ot a wine merchant
tif that city and the marrlngc Is tho out-
'.'(. Sessions. Mr. and Mr. John A. Horrlne- :, ' ' , . , m(.0,nir of hn roncrrgatlnnnl Church
Karr, S3 No. Union Rt. :il2,0t,w.lt , ,,.,,,,. ti,i, ,t . .,,. , the Mary Fletcher hospital last week and mooung ot .no ongregaiinnni i nurtii
wi uu,,iii:i . .wo... u.... nnorntftrt nn Mnnrinv nnil renortrd ,vna llcla ' Ue town 11011. At oyster
trnn I?P.MT , Cyrus Botsford spent Christmas with At- 1" "?!8d,?" A0"-". . " dinner was served nt noon and over 50
"A KM of ,b.t lAi. acres ot Westminster ' "nd-Am.r'w Tteacher Inho family is his wife Is confined to tho ' Pns were present. At tho business
stMlon. vt. to r,nt. without Hloek, Roo,t 1 I S I X fll i "' "lth a bMIten lr. She accompanied,, wl"c'' followed the ro-l of mem-
tobneco nnd otilott Uml. mar corn can- Bellows 1 a s liisii s:nooi, ig speutling l ie t,,,.h.rt , ,i ,, w hers was called and several ''it. resting
come of ono of tho romances of the World Burlington to visit their sister. Mrs. Lam
V '," x'fa,lc.e' Dr- AAftU 'neot'nir hl bert.-Fabrian Rivers has returned to
' ""I lur i"" "r "'" n uty 1"
southern ! ranee. Tho groom Is a graduate
.V,.., .7 " . . ' I . V. .
T. ' 1 ..! .Vnhfn"1,,5r A- B- antl c- L- Tabor.-The Rev. L. A.
w ' "t,("3rvc,,1 wlt" ,t,le A,,K - Verlna of Rutland visited In town yes
orces In 1-rance nn.l was honorably dls- ,,ri.,.Thn r,,,,! vi,i .i. r n,n
"harged with. thf. rank of cuptuln. Somo
lme nfter. .the .war he returned to this
country and' for about a year was on tho
jnedlcal staff nt tho State hospital at
n-l K.. .... ,
Wuterbury when he resigned and sailed
.In November for France with the intcn
Mon of remaliilng'in that country about
year after his jiuirriage. William L.
lotey while operating y snowplow near
.bt. l'ntur s cemoterj- .Monday, met with
fin accident whereby ho sustained a num-
her of brokon ribs and was brulsnl and
badly shaken up.-Donuld Barton has re-
turned to Montf-omcry after spending
'MiiLstmas Willi his parents. Mr. nnd Mr.
Men-Ill L. Uarton.-The Hov. J. M. H.
Uustlon is entertaining his cousin, the
j;ev. i). uarrioreh of Uakerslicld. a (.!"
lays ut St. Peter's Church rcctory.
'lureneo Fisher luis returned to Morris-
lllo after a few (lays' visit to his parents
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Fisher. John Norton,
1 siuuent at a business college in Boston,
s spending tho vacation period with his
uother, Mrs. E. G. Norton. Alderman
uuw 11. urutwi, uaurici supennionoeni
or tho bhenkld tarms Company, Inc..
s niaklng a budness trip to the several
'.. 7, . 1 ' i .".-
lork this week. Mr. and Mrs. II. V.
noeiociv unci uaugnter navo returnea
from a week's visit to relatives ln Barrc
An evening of Christmas music was
ilven Sunday evening- at tho Congrcga-
tlonal Church by a cliorus of 30 voices 1
church was iiackcd to Its. utmost ca
pacity. Tho congregations of St. Paul's
tho Baptist and Methodist Episcopal
churches attended, tho services In their
churches having- been given up for tho
occasion. Tho soloists were Miss Maiilo
A. Starblrd of Boston, contralto; Miss
Prudence Fish, soprano; and C, W. Wll-
son, baritone, nil of whom were part-'
cuiariy plcaslne". Tho program was '
as follows: Old English carols?, "Llko
Silver Lamps," Barnhy; Sacred cantata,
'Tho Manger Throne," Manney. Miss
Floronco Mlddlebrook, a teachor in the
graded school at Fdlrfnx Is passing
her vacation with her parent's, MiV and
Mrs. George T. Mlddlebrook. Russell ,
Duncan, Phillip Alnes, und Warner
Fletcher of Mlddlebury visited Mr. und
.MrB. John F. Hartley Sunday. Arthur
7. Eagan of Boston Is" visiting his par
ents, Mr. and' Mrs. Edward Eagan.
Sir. and Mrs. Morrill Sanbreo of
Hillsdale, N. Y are passing tho holl
Jays with her parents, thu Rev. and
Mrs. AV. 8. Mulholland. A pleasant ro
jnlon of the Dan;ou family was held
"hrlstmas nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.
Edward Danyoii, Four generations were
present, the oldest being Oliver Dan
ou, 77 yeai'f, ' tho and the youngest)
Sidney Danyou, aged five months. Mr.
ind Mrs. Earlo Deyoc of Burlington
spent tho week-end with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Wesley M. Vurney, Clar-q
inco Fisher of Morrlsvllln Is spending
.i row uaya witn nis parents, Mr. and
'fr c if Fisher Mis lubn t. Hni.
dor f'nnd infant daughter A JrBoroV
,don and infant dauuhtoi. Muigarot,
wVth C Z!?"" rnnn"dVM?i T A
?ltn llor l"irt.nts, Mr. and Mrs. L. A,
T.ee. returned to urlsioi .Monday. Miss
i,,' '7u ri SV 2I
Miss Grace, E. KlugHland, who has
been passlhir two woeks with her par-
onts. Mr. nild.Mrs. It. U Klngshuid. re -
L7. . t , . 7 , e. , , somo lima wun nis peopio in urisioi, " v .....w ...... o,.ui , cnrlstmas Jay . Waverly B . Hoag . a stu-
Mate Industrial bchool under whoso Ml, Mj Mrs. William Hitchcock spent ot tho homo of their parents, Mr. nd , dent at tho Oakwood School. Pougl keep
off Iclentleadd ship the chorus has (-chrlstmas day In Whiting, guests of Mrs. Clifford Harrlman.-MIss ArUtta a,P, Kt y., Is spending the, hollda at
been training for scver.il weeks. Thii.v... i?i,M,eni.w sitr nmi hushnn,! m,. Thomas of Brattleboro ls spending tho i V., '
- , ,7; , , . ' , ' has' accepted th call to become tho oas- l"r" uuK'"r unu eisior, Mrs. Artnur anu ramlly
hor and w 11 spena ner two weoKs vu-
grcgatlonul Church Delano. Frank Median of Kllenburg, 8. Russell s
eatiou vvitll nor.-ueroy uawso,, ar toiBm, w, beB,n ,,, Janu 1 N. Y., is with his mother for the holiday R. F. ts
, . 7: " AV 1 ,;' Alldnlght mass was eelobrated nt St. vacunon.-jur. ana .Mrs. o. 11. Walker Miss Bertha
pltal, C helsea, Mass., Is spondlriK l'"s i Paul's Church Christmas ovaMiss Allco ot Hrldport are guests of their sister, was at homo
fnrlougli with ins motlior. .Mrs. Dawson. Kvnrrnn Mrw t. v t.iiii v i Tilrs. Addlo AVnlker.-Mrs. AV. a. Larra- I'lnrenen v
turned Sunday 'to Concord, Mass. Misses Dalas Laduc nnd Mrs. David AVolls spent
Ethol and lluth Coodspeed of Dcwyn.r)eCi 23 In tho same place. Harold
Mllls nro snendlnff the holiday vucatlon purcoll Is In Tlconderoga for thront treat-
with their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dol- mcnt. Mrs. Mabel Fortler nnd son,
hert Goodspocd. L. M. Doyoe, has ro- Arnold, havo returned from Burlington,
turned to llurllnton uftor a weok-end where Arnold underwent nn operation for
visit to his family. Mrs. E. D. Kdgerly rnmoval of tonsils nnd adenoids at the
and brother, Ocorgo AVnrnor of Now panny Allen hospital. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Vorl: city, are visiting tholr mother,- Arthur Barnard und Elmer White of this
AV, It. Warner. .Mrs. Ellen AV'rlght of town ntteiidod tho rcotptlou Thursday
u.ifiincrinn wilh u truest ovor Chi'Ut. levelling given to Mr. and Mm. lSurl Lapoli
mas of Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Hudson,
Dr. Halph J. Doyoo of Homcrvtlle,
MnHs., In spondliiR a fow days with his
mothor, Mrs. L. M. Deyoc. Mr. anil
, Mrs. George D. Mlddlohrook and dnugh-
I tor, Florence, were week-end guests
of Mr. and Mr. O. 8. Sherman of Bur-
llngton. Miss Helen Phelps of Clin-
I ton, Mass., Is visiting hor father, Dr.
Frank C, Phelps. I
' Juilgo Frank L. Fish wns called last
week to Bennington to preside over tho
session of tho Bonnlnston county court In
Place of Judge V., H. Htanlon, who Is 111.-
Mlss Marguerite Hartley of tho Albany,
N. Y Business College, Is spending the
holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John F. Bartley.-Mr. and Mrs. Clinton
McCormlok of Bristol spent ChrUtmas
with her mother, Mrs. Peter Little. Hoy
Burroughs, u student at tho University
of Vermont. Is passing tho holiday recess
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen 1
HurrougliH.-The condition of Mrs. Joseph '
Carter, who has been 111 with pneumonia.
Is much Improved.-Chrlstmas exorcises
were held at tho State Industrial School
Friday evening. Tho Misses Ada and
Jennie Bristol of Mlddlcbury aro visiting
their sister, Mrs. II. C. Herrlck. Miss
uii.uraui iuj, ii niuurm ai wio viumiy,
if. Y Business College, Is spending tlio
1 -' 1 ..; ',.. : .. '
It. W. Day. Mi, and Mrs. VV. H. Codetta
nn,i Mr ..., Harrv jr. Norton snent
phr!.tn vitV, iM.on nnri hrni w
hltn, " lth, r n nnd lirother.
A. It. Oodotte of Burlington. Oeorge F.
Kimball of Boston. Is visiting his father,
CI. F. O. Klinbn'i and his sister, Mro.
J. B. Powers. Mrs. Laura L. Sessions of
Brandon Is visiting her son, William U
nouunys wunnis orowicr, voryuon ..arris.
.Emrnn I. nn.l fnllllK- unoht flin
holiday with Mrs. Little's parents. Mr.
and Mrs. McCabe of North Ferrlsburg-
o Amos St. John of Xew Haven called on
friends In town Frlday.-Mlss Kulh Hoi-
..nml, of r.rldconort. ronn.. and Josenb
,r, i. ..i.i.i .i.r,
"" ''T nZZ
. . '.'. "
tv iirictni nns rntiiriin,! rrnm 1110 Mnrv
Fletcher hospital at Burlington, where
she has been for treatment. Dr. Vance W. 1
U'atennan and family went to Now Jersey !
to spend Christmas with relatives. Miss
Bulh Harrington, a student at tho Unl-
vorslty of.-Vermont, Is passing the holiday
vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.
Jolm A nrrlngton.-Harry Bartel of
New York clt ls spcn(llntf a wcck ,
t.-,.Ti, mi5KO Mti,lri,i ..ml nmh Mr.
mtyre have gone to Brandon to visit their
aunt, Mrs. William LaRock.-Th'j condl-
tlon of Phelps Burroughs, who lately
underwent an operation for appendicitis
at the Mary Fletcher hospital In Burling
ton, Is satisfactory. Fabian Illvers of
Chiratrn iu vnpnfllti tr thn hnllflnvM with his I
parelltHi jir, un,i jir, NalXjleon Rivers.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Gladd and son,
Richard, spent Christmas with relatives
In Burlington. Miss Helen Clark, a
teacher in tho Brandon high school, Is
passing tho holidays with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark of East Ferris-
A Xew Year's ball will bo given In the ,
main hall of the opera houso Friday eve- 1
! nlnir with danclnir from nlnn to onn
o'clock, for tho benefit of the Vergennes-
Waltham Nursing association. Special
Sew Year's features with slx-pleco or-
chestra. John Lo Boeuf of Wysox, Pa.,
visited hl sister, Mrs. William II. Nor-
tr Tii.t,.v Ma TVniin .1 rtonmi.i
nn(1 MrH. jin Banyca went Tuesday to
Chicago after a visit to
ancl Mrs. Xapoleon
his parents, Mr.
Townsend is clerking in the store of
i(run.v. ino i:uiior -in socieiv 01 1110
1 - -
ergenncs .Metliodlst episcopal Uliurcll
will meet Friday with Mrs. Frank Bur-
u .1... ill.... iihl,.. rrr..il 1.- .1 !
, "K ",l . , " " ""
from n Visit to Fort Edward, N. Y., and
Rutland.-Mass will bo celebrated on ,
New Year's day at St Peter's Church at
b:30 anct iu n. in. rne Jiisses Margaret
and Elsie McCabo of Montpellcr visited
Mrs. Emerson Little Tuesday. II. T. Mc-
"ur,! nnu "aroiu uaigneauu were m
ul"no"0 yesieraay on misiiies.-ueorgo
Ulchards, who has been visiting his
"laughter, Mrs. W. G. Miner, has return-
od to Worcester. Mass. Dr., Ralph
Deyo returned Tuesday to Somervllle,
-""ss.. ancr a visu to 111s moiner. airs.
Mrs. C. W. Bodflsh goes this week to
Medflcld, Mass., where sho Is to bu the
guest of her mother, Mis, Lavcrty, for
a f0w days. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Need-
i,.,m .rr, nhrlntiiinu chami nf Mr. ?imi
Mrs. L. B. Needham. They returned to ,
their home ln Brldgewuter Monday .-Mrs.
wnltor Larock and two children of For- I
are guests of her parents, Mr. ' 'lay evening. Thero was a pleasant fam- I treated lecture on "The Relation of Birds
. Victor Boiilla.-Miss Maudo I y satfierlng at tho homo ot Mr. and ( t0 Man."-Miss Letty Thomas has return
of Springfield, Mass., came Fri- Mm. Henry White Christmas day, when d to h0P work (n urnttleboro after spend-
day night to spend Christmas with her
sister, Mrs. Charles Blair, and her moth
er, who ls staying for some time with
Mrs ulBi,.lBinier white is spending
and Mrs. Allen Hitchcock. Mr. and Mrs
O. F. Ilornbeck wcre entertained by Mrs
Dolo as her guests at Brandon Inn Chrlst
trias day. Ralph Meacham of Brandon
recently visited friends ln town. Mr. and
Mrt. Jcsso Darrah of Mecharilcsvllle, N.
Y spent Christmas with Mrs. Darrah'a
sister. Airs. Samuel Mclntyre, Miss Ida
Mclntvro was here from. New York to
bpend Christmas with her peopto. Miss
Bessie Leach, teacher In tho Mountain
bchool, was taken very 111 Chrlstma evo
and on Christmas day was operated upon
at 3Ioss Hospital In Tlconderoga for ap
pendicitis. Hector Hnchand of Spring-
field, Mass., has been spending u
days at Victor Boulla'c Thn Chris
treo exercises at tho Congregational ves
try on Frlduy wcre well attended. A Very
pleasing progrum was given atid each
child did his part woll. Following Is tho
program: Song, "It Came Upon tho Mid
night Clear;" "Story of the Forest," told
by Miss Marlon Bessotte; recitation, "All
Ho Wants," Reginald Cutta; song, "Si
lent Night," Leda Bishop; recitation,
"Making a cako for Santa Claus,
K'tvo a very flno sermon Chrlstnian Sun-
,1a" ut thu Congregational Church. Prof.
. . . , ,,i., ,
town " Uaa "ce"
.,i18l.11PO nf ti,n r,..ir r,nu.
I Tke Rev. Robert Lawton of Island Pond
iltrnn .... i ii,,iinri ir,.,t u.oi. Vt'
f;. wrBodflsh spent Dec. 21 in Rutland
I nn,i Mr. and Afra. Ilnrlnn.i TTnii Mr.
............... ..... ..... . ' ...o ..c. r. .... n. j-.iiiiti .tiruurr niiu
r... ... i. ti . ..... 'zero wciuiiiT. mo larnre nntniier r.nr .hm... .r. ,.i i,ui,M, um .,,, .i.
PrymJ Vhri nas Shopp ng Doro tl y , 0VC,,lnK at "" Christmas tree In " "ccompanled by her daugl'ter. Bertha,
nisCp. SEht hall demonstrated the feeling "wiU Wm
recited by Mrs. Ella W.sac.,; song, "Jln- .'.thh.Mn " K Hot "and" "ton 1? .""Daniel
glo Bells." In tho last chorus, Santa ' uy mo scnoo cnimren ana ,..,, nilfl'rf Youni?
Claus arrived by auto In duo tlmo to cut lnu "f,0,1 1,J'01 M,"M Frederica plu a. S"0' . L &m?lirbxto
the presents from tho tree and each child n"d a'th Sullivan, piano duel, Mrs. Ar- "' ' "c' f t b S
was" woll remembered Aftor tho dlstrlbu. thur TNHnodo, Mrs. Julius Baker and vlo- rIin,tuh n'N 'a wltn """"les.-J. V .
niiK woii rememDcrcu. aiioi ino ciisiriuu- .. (bl,.al , ,,, piatr. un v Trudo has purchased an engine and saw-
tlon of the gifts a social hour was enjoy. "ougnio to -miss iiatts, solo, by . ..
Ai.Prnr. Prnnir e.dv f nt 1,1.1 !,,... George AiidoTson. Santa came and made ! " "'"
and Mr. ttnd Mrs. Alvorton Baker at tlio
homo of Lewis Lnpol In Sliorchain Ccnlor.
Miss Mario Boulla In homo from HprlnB-
field, Mass., to' spend a tlmo with tifcr
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Houlla, he-
foro going to Florida, whero she will .pass
tho romalhder of the winter. Karl Bes-
setto of Burlington and Miss Marlon Bos-
setto from Tlconderoga aro spending tho
Christmas vacation at their home hero.
Miss draco Leonard of crudities Is t
west at the home of her brother, .lames
Leonard. Tho Misses LlTIo and Luclla
Phelps aro homo from Burr ami Burton
Seminary. Manohostor for the hollows.-
Tho. basketball team Is to give u danco
md" supper at tho town hall, December SS. 1
-Friends of Harold Arthur will bo in-1
terested to know that ho has received an
appointment as page In tho Houso of
representatives for tho coming session.
. nm crvM I
Roland Crano from the University of
Vermont Margaret Carpenter, teacher In
sholburno, Stella Cross, teacher In Bran-
,ion) Amy Burpee, of the Boston Conser-
vatory of Music, Mary Tracy, teacher In
Keene, X. H. Rimer and 'Henry Spencer
of Cornell Louise 'Elmor Dot O'Bryan
ftmj j.,aura at,J Mary Bchedlct of Middle-
bury high school are homo for tho
Christmas vaciitlon.-Mary Conant of
' u, ,. Lm, ,..k ...ui,
T.n.0n Ri,!nt n feW dayB ,Ml
S,ella Cross.-Tho Christmas tree was a
p,8aHant nKalr Rml ''well attended, tho
children did thomselves and teachers "mm.inuy ai tue town nait niu
credlt. Old Santa was thcro to deliver l'n' ovenlnir Derembcr S3, over 100 per
tbe prcsents.-Arthur Clark wont tor"0'1" Jf''' n'ed,-nllln and Miss
r,Wu. wmiH At.nrti.v n hK.tnn Dorrls A hltnrj' are at hoilie for tho holl-
trin tinvw,.i t i, a fBu-n in
"r.. u, " , "
leiuin i inu omiiun imi nun uiunu i.un.
In her leg below the knee-Mr and
Mrs. S. E. Smith are spending tho Jioll-
"ay season wm tneir uaugiuer ana mis- .
ouna, Mr. and Mrs. nobcrt porter or -
l'iist Ornngo, N. J.-Mr. and Mrs. Arthur ,
Arinnm t w.tnnef v v hovo hn fh.
guests of U.etr nnrcnts. Mr. and Mm
,. .:. ...I
u. . I'isner. ana Air. an oirp. iu. 1
Adams. Mrs. Cary Marshall Is In Bur
llngton with her son, Hayward, who Is ln
tho hospital. Mrs. Sylvia Carpenter of
the west side Is spflndlpK a few days n,t
B. S. Cross'. Mqnley Marshall of Whlte-
hull, N. V., was at his sisters, Mrs. N,
V. Clarks, for Christmas. Ho then went
to Burlington to see his brothor.-Mr.
ad MrSt K,' Ki nrlRtol nnd fam of
Ti,un. . a-h,,,. cr..
day.-Josoph and Allco Maynard' spent
Christmas In Now Haven with Mrs. Lan-
Mr. and Mrs. Halph Booth and family
r C-rosso Point passed Christmas with
5l1'- aml M,'s- A. E. Booth. Mrs. George
''-vans is biowiy recovering xrom ner ro
cent uiness.-Miss Helen utls visited in
Brldport last week.-F. C. Ward and A.
K. Booth were the guests of P.. It. Booth
of Crosse Point Monday. Mr. and Mrs.
Stanley Bacon of Vergenncs spent Mon-
day with Mr. and Mrs. George Evarts.
Mr. and Mrs. Orson Sherblno and family
of Burlington visited Mr. and Mrs. P. W.
Otis Sunday, their daughter, Mario, re-
malning for a few days' visit as the guest
of Miss Helen Otis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Lee and son, Harry, of Weybrldgo were
Christmas day guests of Mr. and Mrs.
W. A. Lee.
Extensive Improvements have recently
been made on the Interior of the Metho
dist Church under tho direction of the
,v,w. . Tk, nM .
ble has been torn out and tho north
end of tho church partitioned on Into
iiuuics miu luritit lur u. iuluiiiiuu 1 win
.1(i kitphi.,i and thn miner for n. rtlnlnir
,.oom- Thls w)n bo much arprecated by
tho people of the community as there
,nM nn rnnvnnlenf nlnrn fn hnl.l
flol.inl oti.rt'riritt-s. Lust snrlnir. new r.
,lu.nt stt.pa wcre hullt and tho foundatloi
and the church.
tr.-ilB-ht..n..,i ,,nri r.hini,., ur, iin thn
nronertv is in the best Condition now I
that It has been In for many years. Tho '
60ciety WI1I celebrate the opening of the
rooma ,)y having nn (jyBCr supper Wed- 1
,iegj0J. evening, January 5, to which all 1
J-.je Invited. There was 11 large attend- I
auco at tho community Christmas treo 1
held at tho Methodist Church Christmas
eve. Thero wore interesting cxurclses ;
by the school children and tho choir, us- 1
Mated by Leon V. Uushey. violinist,
rendered special music. At tho close of
the program, Santa Claus appeared and
distributed gifts to each child present,
Baskets of pop corn wore passed to all
the cengregatlon. Thoro was a Chrlst-
nias tree una exercises nt tne ivaolln'on tho evcnlnir of Deeemhep an pc
Hill school houso under the .direction of (
the tei-.cher, Mrs. Amos Maxham, Thurs- ,
all their nine children with tho exception
of Frank, who is employed In Burling- I
ton, wero ut home and enjoyed a. roost I
gooso dlnner.-Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harrl-1
holidays with her parants, Mr. and Mrs
A. H. Thomas. Leon V. Bushoy, who,
has been In Keene, iN. 11., for several.
montJiR past, Is passing somo tlmo at his
Datus Rica Is ln town visiting friends,
having spent Christmas with his cousin,
Mrs. George St. John, Frank,- young son
of Mr. nnd Mrs. William Casey, who was
oporatcd on nt tho Rutland hospital two
weeks ago,' returned homo Sunday. His
grandmother, Mr. Nlsun, returned with
him. Mr; and Mru.-Charles Hltharp were
week-end visitors at the homo of Fred
LashG'r. Mr. Jlnd Mrs. John Stokes of
Shorelmm spent Christmas with Mrs.
Niokes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Allard.-Llmfcr Austin has left his
nrouier. uermans, anu is worKlng for ,
Larl Sunderland.-Cathorlno Ooodspced is
ciy III -with dlphtherla.-Lawrcnce '
Sunday tho 2ith, wns the first below
merPV .,.1,1. i.n phlldren Thn. ,.f i,r,m.
nieiTj wiiii ino cnimren. inoe nt homo
'"r hr, w,.ro ' Mb Larrabee
of Burlington, Miss Norma Walto from
T' lT"1 n"dT Wllllfl
. Walto atid Grandy Hartman of Boston,
'-Mrs. George und Miss Margaret George
?.f ,nur"n wcr W"-end guests of
beo has rocolved word of-tho Illness with
Pneumonia pf hcrf' slster-ln-law, Mrs.
Hugh Baker, at Poultney. ChrlstmaH
inul,l(? ,h Congregatlonul Church last
Sunday1 added much to the service. The
voluntary "Traumerl," Shumann. was
K'ven hy orchestra mado up of three
violins, played by Mrs. H. C. Ward, Ar-
t"1" l'atnode, Georgii Anderson; clarl-
ll- M. Osborn, cornet, It. C. AVard,
accompanist on organ, Mrs. Arthur Fat-
node. The prchestrn accompanied tho
full choir and the progrum Included: An-
thorn, "Angela of Jesus;" solo, "Silent
.. . . ..... n ll. nt 11ltlt..i
Night," Gubr, Miss Frcdorlca Piatt;
offertory solo, "Hark the Heavenly
Honr." Miss Margaret Ocorgo of Bur-
llngton and throo Christmas hymns. The
Rev. John M. Thomas of Mlddlcbury
ti AKinnnv I
j,r Ilml ilrn iiorBi,nl Roberts who
iavo been ' stopping with Ills parents,
,mvo Rono t(( ji,imlolphlr,avid Baton Is
,lt, )0mo fQr th(j 1)ollt, from llls BChool
, Tlton J- t Ml. u u CilUrcl, H m
wh tho , ,ljMrcn spencer and Ilar-
oUl Spacer were In Bethel recently.
Miss Kmma Mahow has been In Boston
Iho past few days visiting tier sister.
Miss Alice Holeomb, who has been tho
KUcMt of Mr' ",ul I'1' rr,ink Whitney
for the holidays, has returned to her posl-
tlon ln New Ynrk.-Mr. nnd Mrs. James
Peterson celebrated the Sith anniversary
nt' tholr 'marrlago December 21. Mr. and
Mrs- ""nor AVhlttcmoro also celebrated
tne,r 32m' anniversary nt tho same tlmo.
Qulto nujnber of tho friends of both
couP'es gathered. Gifts of money were
ruiieHiinieniH were -rn
"" Brown of Hutland wns the' gut
of Mrs. Hamilton Tuesday. Miss lna
Peterson Is at homo for tho holidays.
A ehlcken-plo uupper was given the Hun
day school of the Congregational Church
'days. On Tuesday tho annual church
letters were road from nbsi .
M ... . ..
nrii Mr ' '.'n'daU
tmbrWgo. Mass and M. .n all
l"""- "" ' 7""",' ,,.'";
3 .' t ,ir
Mr3' ' feumner. have returned to their
Homes. mere will bo a union wateli
" rvloe at tho town hall Friday
nvenlnir heizltmlncr nt nlnn i.VI, ,.!.- 11
--n, a -
frcshments and a social tlmn will b on
Jqyed with a sermon by the pastor. All
ore cordially Invited. Miss Blanch llaz
zard of St. Albans was a recent guest
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. J, Sum
ner. Mrs. Martha Barton of Vergennes
Is spending tho holidays with her sister,
Mrs. A. A. Smeod. Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Whitney enjoyed thn pleasuro of having
all their family present on Christmas
day except Paul, who Is In Chicago, and
was unable to Icavo. Miss Hattlo Beach,
who has been spending two weeks with
her brother in Vergennes, hus returned
home. Guy A. Beach and family wore
guest of his brother, A. D. Beach, on
The funeral of Mrs. Harriet L. Stagg
was held at ther home Friday last, thu
Rev. Thomas Ncal of Vergonnes olflclat
ing. It was largely attended. The burial
was in tho Adams Ferry cemetery and
her threo grandsons, Harry, Pcrley and
Joeiah Stagg, and Robert Sprague were
bearers. Those present from away were
her granddaughter, Mrs, Henry Brothers
of Wllllston and her brother, Charles
Orondoy and wife of Mlddlebury. She
also leaves another brother, William M.
Grandey, of Pittsburg, Pa., who was not
present. John Smith of Proctors rillo
visited his mother Christmas. Arthur
Rogers and Charles Stanton have
had telephones Installed recently. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Rogers entertained their
children Christmas day all of them be
ing present. Mr. md Mrs. John Otis and
two children of Rlpton spent Christmas
with her parent, Mr. ond Mrs. F. VS.
Grandoy. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Allen had
a Christmas dinner and tree for their
children. Her mother, Mrs. Magglo Car
penter of Addison, was pfeseht, also Tier
brdthcrs and sisters and their families
from Addison. Tho Corners and Lake
street schools will open next Monda" for
tho winter term. YVJIllam Stanton has
returtiod from the Mary I,etcher hospl
wnero no nas iieen lor treiitment.-
enieriammcni and tree
" l"l ""raiea unura iTiuay evening
P'"ea off pleasantly. There was music
h ,ho cholr unrt recitations by the chll-
dren. A well londed treo war, stripped of
lts "urucn there being gifts for all. Tho
Pastor and his wife received two sums
of nioney amounting In all to over ?0).
-"rs- narcw iiusco is 111 nnd has a
nun.0. Dr. Phelps of Vorgennos attends
flio fourth monthly community pro
gram will be held at the Friend's Church
0wcn W. Mills, department of biology In
Mlddlebury College, will give an lllus-
lnK Christmas with her parents, Mr. and
MrB. A. H Thomas.-Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Roscoo and little daughter. Virginia, were
KM.tK of Mr. n,i Mrs. rr w. m..
daughter, Ruth, are confined to the house
with grip. Charles Hoag und son, Wa
vorly, nnd Mrs. E. nrown wero Christ
inas visitors at tho homo of Mark
Thompson In New Haven. About HO
were realized from the Christmas sale
and entertainment held ot 'the town hall
December 22. Miss Gladys Torrey. of
Vergennes, Is visiting her sister. Mrs.
Free) Shepard.' Leon Bushoy has re
turned from Keene. N. II. , where he has
been employed. Wesley C. Little, ot
Shorcham, Bpont Christmas with his par
ents. Air. nnd Mrs. Frank Little.
A veryi pleasant tlmo was cnjoytJ oy
the Ladles' Homo Circle at the home m
Mr. ana Mrs. William Taft on Christmas
ovc.-CeyJon Orvls Is worktng In the Hrls
tol bakery during his vacatlon.-MIss
Maud- AVrlght and Fay Shaltucl: wero
married Christmas day at Huntlngtorf.-
married Christmas day at Huntington..
Miss Lydta Vurney Is at homo from.
Oakwood Seminary und Drew Vuniey from
llls school In Rochester. Mrs. Henry Cirrf
H. R. Hamner of Pompton Lakes, N. J
" Christmas with his parents. Mr,
and Mrs. A. E. Grow.-Llttle Ruth Haga-
dom Is vUltinp- In rhnrlotio.-Mrs.' Jtev
of Hlncsburg visited her son, B, W. Kstoy,
over Sunday. .Mrs. .imiru
pent Christmas vtth her son,
sell, and family In Rutland.
Hewitt of New York city
for Christmas. George Pope.
nrr nnil Kiwneer Laurence of
thn ITniversltv nf Vermont are at their
homes for tho holldays.-A. AV. Stevens
und famllv of Cornwall sts-nt tho holldny
with A. C. Sumner and famlly.-R. F.
Palmer of New York Is spending tlio holl-
days with his purcnU, Mr. and Mrs.
F. II. Palmer. Miss Allco AVIlsoii and
Miss Anna Cooley nro at homo from their
Montpoller schools for the holidays. Miss
Bernlco Garrow nnd Miss Mabel Sears,
who are teaching In Whiting aro spond-
Ing Ihclr vacation ut their homes here.
A. 11, Edmunds und Carroll It. Stearns
lof thu Harvard Law School uro ut home
for tho holidays. Adrian Thompson and
family of Weybrlcfco Bpei,t Christmas
With Mr. and Mrs. Ti. C. Babcock. J,
Emmctt O'Brien nnd family spent Sunday
with Mrs. Daisy Mulllngs and family.
Lloyd Thomas of the U. S. Naval Acad
emy at Annapolis, Md spent Christmas
with his brothers, T. F. and F. M.
Thomas, and their families. Miss Phyllis
Norton Is at home from Cambridge, Mass.,
whero sho Is attending school. Mr. and
Mrs. A. W. Oovo of Mlddlcbury were
Christmas guests of relatives here Fred
und Onn McClunln of Boston wcre guests
of Mrs. Martha Stewart Christmas. Tho
Rev. It. W. Llnnell has resigned as pastor
of tho Advent Christian Church lo accept
tho pastorate of the Advent Church In
Rutland. Ills resignation takes effect
February 1, W. J. Douglass spent Christ
inns with his family here Miss Doris
and Glenn Currier of Brattleboro spent
Christmas with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Currier. Howard Uulnan of
Hartford, Conn., wns at homo over Sun
day. Miss Dora Lathrop of the Mary
Fletcher hospital spent Christmas with
hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Lathrop,
on North street. Miss Irene Ferguson of
Burlington Is tho guest of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ferguson. Lymun
Fr.iry of Fort Hthnn Allen and Laurence
Frary of Brattleboro spent Christmas with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C T. Frary.
Miss Olla V. Boynton of Burlington
was tho week-end guest of her brother,
E. H. Boynton and family. Miss Ida
Lamb of Brandon and Miss Florcnco
Lamb of Burlington arc at homo for the
Tho Outlok club will observe Indies'
night at the home of Miss Hoiworth Fri
day ovonlng. Each member Is entitled to
Invito a Indy friend, Miss Bertha Hewitt
loft Tuesday night for New York after
sjiendlng a few days with relatives here.
Miss Frances Plerco is at home from
her school In Connecticut for the holi
days. Miss Norma Atkins of New York
city spent Christmas with her mother,
Mrs. W. IX. Browe. Mr. and Mrs. Homer
Howltt of Fair Haven spent Christmas
with relatives here Miss Hlldreth Cham
berlain of Brandon vas In town for
Christmas. J. II. Jacobi and family spent
Christmas with relatives. Mrs. Jacobs
and son. Lyle. remained for a few days'
visit. H. R. Hanmcr returned to Pompton
Lakes, N. J., Tuesday.
Tho homo ol Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Pres
ton was tho scene of a very pretty wed
ding Wednesday December 15 when
Charles W. Parker and Lillian Spauldlng
wcre married. The Rev. F. M. Hogadorn,
of Bristol, performed the ceremony. The
largo living room, whero the reretnony
took ploce. wns transformed into a lovely
bower of greenery. The single ring ser
vice wa.s used. The young couple were
unattended nnd only the Immediate fam
ily and a few friends were present. Re
freshments of Ico cream and cake were
served. Mr. and Mrs. Parker left on the
evening train for a short honeymoon trip.
There was n goodly array of presents
consisting of silver, china, linen and mon
ey. Edwin Perkins, of Bristol, spent
Christmas at his home here. Roger Pres
ton, of Norwich University, is spending
the Christmas recess at home. The stu
dents from Poultney and tho University
of Vermont are at their homes for the
holidays. Charles Cronk ls gaining
slowly from his recent Illness. Howard
King and brldo of Rutland are visiting
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry King.
The largest mall In the history of the
postofllce was handled here Wednesday,
December 22. Ruth Hogadorn has return
ed to Bristol after spending several days
at tho Wheeler home. B. T. Williams of
Springfield ls visiting his brothers, W. R.
Williams and George H. Williams, of
Monkton. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Allen
havo gone to Burlington for tho winter.
Mrs. Charles Cronk ls confined to tho
house by Illness. Mrs. Sally Bull ls grad
ually frilling. On account of her ad
vanced ago her rocovcry Is very doubt
ful. She Is in lur 82nd year. Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. J. Hawkins spent Christmas
at tho homo of Mrs. Hawkins' parents,
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Cheney. Mrs. Flora
Harrington has returned from East Mld
dlebury to help ln tho care of her mother,
A New Year's danco will be given Fri
day evening In Jackman &. Garland's hall.
-Mr. and Mrs. Elden Griggs of Monk
ton spent the week-end In town. Gwynno
Bean of tho University of Vermont Is at
homo for the holiday, Joseph Bennett
of Stafford has come hero for tho win
ter and Is stopping with his brothers, Ed
ward and Henry Bennett. Mrs. Eva
Leno of East Mlddlcbury has been visit
ing her daughter, Mrs. Edward Htowe.
Thn Rev. Charles P. Smith Is spending
the weuk at tho homo of his fathor in
New York State. William F. Cota re
turned Friday evening from a ioveral
days' bushiest trip to Boston and vicin
ity. Arthur Brown and Fred Brown and
family spent tho week-end at their homos
In Mlddlebury. Allen Lee of Sprlngtlold
was tin over-Christmas guest at tho
home of his father, V. A. Lee. Joseph
Martell, who was Injured recently by be-
, lug thrown from sleds, la considerably
better. L. C. Bain of Bristol called on
Friends In town Christmas day. George
Garland returned homo Christinas day
from a business trip to Hartford, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Page, Mrs. Noll
Glbbs, Mrs. Eva Leno and Miss Wanlta
Ktowo of East Mlddlebury, nnd Edward
Btowe und family were entertained
'hrlstmns day by Mrs. E. M. Tucker.
i Eugene Woods hna returned from u few
days' stay In Lisbon, N. II.
Mlfs I.uura May GrcenouKh, daughter
nf Mrs. Peter Greenough of this place.
Hid Poiley Oeorge Parlzo of Kt-sex June
lion were united In marriage Monday
morning at St. Francis Xavlcr's Church
by thu Hov. Joseph Turcot. The lirlde
was attended by her twin brother. Eu
gene Greenough, and thu groom by Er
nest Parlzo. Tho bride wns gowned In a
navy blue suit of trlcotlno with hat to
match and carried a bouquet of white
carnations. Following tho ceremony at
the church, n wedding brcakfust was
served at tho home of the bride. A re
ception was given them In Forester's
hull In Essex Junction Monday ovonlng,
Mrs. K. L. .Murphy of AVcst Spring
btreet left Christmas day for Philadel
phia, whero she was called by the Ill
ness of her son, Henry SIcAlllster. AA'ord
was received Sunday night saying- that
he was resting as comfortably as could
During the cold spell of Inst Saturday
and Sunday, Mallctts Bays froze over and
those who love winter Ashing are planning
on having tin enjoyable time fishing ns
poon as is will bo safe for them to venture
c3ji the tec.
Mr. and Mrs. Perley rarlzo, who were
married Monday morning, were given a
reception Monday evonlng by the groom!
mother, Mrs. Peter Parlzo, anil brother,
Ernost Parlzo. About 150 Invited guests
uttended tho reception, which was hold
from right until 12 o'clock at Foresters'
Imll, Mr. und Mrs. Parlzo wero tho
rociplonts of many glftn during tho eve
ning, Shephurd's orchestra furnished
music for dancing.
For the benefit of thu patrons of the
trolley line, tho reporter would Impart
tho following Information received
December 'SI from T. B. Jonas, superin
tendent of the Burlington Traction com
pany: The last car coming through to
Essex Junction leaves Burlington ut 11:30
p, in., und arrives hero ut 12:10, therefore
tho last car leaving Essex Junotlon Is
duo to leave at 12:10 a. m. The car
which formorly came through at H:30
now goes only an far n Fort Ethan
Invitations havo been received hero for
tho wedding of Miss Edith Cadlo of
Wcstfleld, Mass., to AVarren Kolth of
Manchester. C.onn., at AVcstflcld January
8. Miss Cadlo was formerly a teacher In
tho local, high school and hns visited hero
sovcral summers nt tho honio of her ntint,
Mrs. J. F. Downing.
Mrs. J. R. Davis Is confined to tho
houso with oryslpelns.
MrH. Ell Stone, who has been 111 for
several weeks at her home In Burling
ton nnd who was removed a month ago
to the homo of her son, Dan B. Stone,
Is seriously 111. Mrs. Stono Is also Mrs.
John UasBctt's mother.
A. L. Carpenter, who met with an acci
dent Christmas week while riding
through his northern NeSv Yoik terri
tory, went back to his duties Tuesday,
although not fully recovered from tho
Joseph Pnludeo -of AVest street Is re
ported u little more comtortablo follow
ing a few days' serious Illness.
Dorothy Norton, who underwent a suc
cessful operation at the Fanny Allen
hospital, has returned home.
The exercises at tho community houso
and trees wero attended by u large num
ber Christmas eve. Mr. nnd Mrs. George
Uushey, of Windsor, spetit Christmas
with Mrs. Bushcy's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. D. E. Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. L. J.
Blxby entertained Mr. and Mrs. James
Moran and son, Demi, of Wcstford, Mr.
and Mrs. H. llT Blxby, Mrs. Ida Mctcalf
and Mtt.s Etta Moran, of Bolton, Christ
inns. The Misses Alvlra and Carrie
Pratt were lu St. Albnns, tho guests of
Mr. und Mrs. Harlow Thompson, Christ
mas. Miss Dorothy Fisher, of AVIndsor.
was the guest of her parents, Mr. und
Mrs. D. E. Fisher. Christmas. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Chat Ics Guyctt were tho guests of
their daughter, Mrs. Mortc Reynolds,
on Brlglium hill Christmas. C. R. Davis
went Sunday to Grand Isle to visit Mrs.
Ethel Davis und children. Miss Mamie
Hazelton, who teaches on Osgood hill,
closed her school Friday for a week's va
cation. Bert Gorao und family, of Clover
dale, spent Christmas at Mr. and Mrs.
Ell AVhlttonV Tho Rev. R. B. Fay, who
Is SS years of uge, took Christmas dinner
with Mr. and Mr. P. M. Blgelow, on
Brown's River. Quite u number from
hero attended the Christmas exercises
and treo nt Jericho Saturday evening at
tho Methodist f'hurcb. There .will bo a
church sociable at Essex Junction at the
residence of Mr. and Mrs. AV. F. Chapln
this evening. Teams will bo pro
vided fur thotc wishing to go. Mltw
Kathleon Hunt, of Jeffcrsonvllle, visited
her grandparents over tho week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. AVIIllam J. Hanley cele
brated their uOth wedding anniversary,
also Mr. Hanley's 77th birthday anniver
sary, December Si, nt their homo In
Essex Center. The house was prettily
decorated with Christmas lells, wreaths
and holly and many plants. Mr. and Mrs.
Hanley and Mrs. Souely of Cambridge
are tho only survivors of two large fami
lies. They are tho happy parents, of six
children and have seven grandchildren,
formerly eight, George H. Sinclair hav
ing died In the service two years ago.
Four of the children and four of the
grandchildren were present, the others
being unable to attend. The elderly couple
went to church In the morning and upon
returning enjoyed a bountiful dinner,
served by their daughter, Mrs. V. E.
Hunt. Tho birthday and unnlversary
cakes wero gold and silver decorated
appropriately by K. Hunt. There wns a
largo card shower and the uscfut gifts
wore numerous. Generous gifts of gold
wero presented to Mr. and Mrs. Hanky
in the evening. Everyone wished them
many nioro anniversaries and mado tho
decision that but for the absence of chll-,
dren and grandchildren It was -the end of
a perfect day.
The church soclablo to havo been held
this evening at Essex Junction .is post
poned until Friday evening-. Ml.ss
Dorth.a Fisher returned to Windsor AVed
nesday. Miss Oladls Booth returns Mon
day to Chester. MIsh Flossie Austin re
turns to Stowe to school Monday. Miss
Lillian Blxby ls visiting In Wehtford.
Mrs. Alice Safford of Essex Junction vis
ited her sister, Miss Emma AVorthen,
Mr. and .Mrs. Clinton Spauldlng. of St.'
Albans, were Sunday visitors nt J. W.
Spauldlng's. Wnyno Green, of Richmond,
was In town Sunday. David Tarbox spent
Christmas In Barrc Tho exercises at tho
church Friday evening by members of
the different Sunday school classes wero
well carried out and the tree well laden
with gifts for all ages. Miss Ella Place
Is home from her school work in Connec
ticut for thu holiday vacation.
Mr, and Mrs, Urban AA'heelock spent
Christmas with her parents, Mr. and
Airs. Joseph Rogers, in Panton. Tho
Hnnksvllle and Center schools closed Fri
day with ChrlMmus trees, and exercises
for a week's vacation, Fay Shattuck and
Miss Maud Wright wero united ln.inar
riago Saturday by t'10 Rev. Thomas
Adams. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Brewster,
of Btnrksboro, spent Christmas with her
uncle, L. M. Hill. Thero were family
gatherings at A. 11. Hlgley's and Hobart
Cards havo been received announcing
the marriage of Miss Avo Mao Baiter to
Harry Kills Strong at Uuderhlll December
1 Andrew Liberty broke ono of his ribs
while working In the woods Saturday.
Tho Misses Kuthryn Beano and Bea(rlco
Phillips and Miss Dorothy Ellis and Elbert
Rogers are home from their schools for
the holidays. Mr. nnd Mrs'. AViiltcr Ring
spent Christinas with their sons n Water
bury. Roy Hullouk moved Into AV. L. Ring's
tenement Tuesday. The AVoodmrn will
have n danco New A'ear eve.. Lessor's
orchestra of four pieces will furnish
music Rurlc Liberty visited his slstor,
Mrs. Claronco Swlnyer, In Rochestur tho
Miss P.uth AVIIson of the Mld
dlobury high school Is spending
tho holidays with hor grandparents,
here. Miss Margery Llvernioro
of Brattleboro Is at home passing tho
holiday vacation with her grandparents.
l'eroy Pope Is visiting his parents, Mr.
nnd Mrs. F. J. Pope. Russell Williams
and J. P. Ramsey, Jr., aro homo from Troy
Conference Academy for tho holidays.
Mrs. Albert Labouef Is seriously 111,
Stanloy Hyln1on Is occupying his new
residence. MIfs Delia Bucon ot Burling
ton ls visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Bacon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ohm Hill
man and son, Robert, of Flushing, N, A".,
aro guests at the home of Mrs. Hlllman's
parent, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Whnllcy.
Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Holmes returned on
Monday from Mlddlebury, where they
spent several days at tho homo of Dr.
J, J. Ross, Miss Sarah Palmer and Miss
Hubbcll of Burlington and Head Rich
ardson of South Manchester, Conn., wero
Christmas guests ut the Palmer homo
stoad. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey AVhally havo re
ceived word that their son, AValdo, who
Is In North Carolina, Is much Improved
Miss Anna Lnforcc, a student at Colum
bia University, Is here to spend tho holi
days. This community wns shocked to
hear of tho denth of Miss Anna Patrick
Suudny afternoon. Her purcutu und
brother havn the s ncern svmnMnv -if 'i
everyone Hor funeral was held from
her Into htno AVednesday nt 3.00 p. m.
Mrs. Mary Andrews of Burling
ton la spending tho holidays with Mr
and Mrs. AV. K. Andrews. Mrs. ,B. ll
Ishnm, who has been ill,. Is better. Fannio
L. Pierce, Genora Konyon, Morgucrtu
McDonough, Lynn H, Pntrick, Ralph rf.
McKnnzle, O. Arthur Plerco, students nt
the Ui V. M., aro at their homes liorp fov
tlfn holldays.-Miss Mabel Eddy of New
York city camo Friday to spend the
Chrlstman vacation with her mother atid
brother. Miss aladys Brothers, a studen'
of the Brldgewuter, Mass., Normal BChoc
was ut her homo for Christmas.
At tho regular meeting ot the AVom-
en's Relief Corps held AVednesday
Dec. 2L .Mrs. Beslo Brccn, Miss Mary
Rynn and Mrs. Edith Ames wero ta
kon .Into tho order. Tho following "of
ficers wcre elected: President, Ma,
Moulton; senior vlco, Elnor ciark
Junior vice, Marjorlo Andrews; treas
urer, Edith Colgrovo; chaplain, Hclei
Humphrey; conductor, Lena Gaines;
ward, Irene Mason; musician, Mar-. ,
Cross; patrlotiu Instructor, lna Prior
secretary, Grace Man Gibbon; delegatet
I Elnor Clark and Clara Bartlett. After
, tho meeting u social hour vas enjoyeo
ithi; birthday table bolnjr especially
pretty, decorated with tho holiday ool
ors, red and green. ,The birthday cak'
made by Lois Rogurs was decorntei'
holly leaves and red candles, Tho plad
cards were also trimmed with hollv
.Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl' Slocum and two
children, of Milton, am spending tho
holidays at Elmer Slocum's. Amedn.
Benolt went to St. Albans to spend
Chrlstmns day with his parents. Mrs
Josle Morgan of Bristol Is visiting- ut J
O. Elliott's. Tho Misses Jeannftttc una
-Margaret Parkir of New Haven aro
spending the holidays with their grand
parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. I. G. Elliott.
Tho sixth anniversary of the Progres
sive Agricultural club will be observe!
Friday evening at tho homo of Jir. and
Mrs. Charles White on Dorset street.
Mr. and Mrs. Enrl 31ocum and twp
children. iio havo been visiting at th.
homo of Mr. Slocum's pnrents, Mr. und
Mrs. Elmer Slocum, hav returned t
their home. In Milton. Lewis Slocun
bpent Christmas In Johnson. Tho Su
ton school will open Monday, Juuuar
Earl AVetmorc, who U attending sChoft!
In Brooklyn, N.. Y., is at home for tho
holidays. Mrs. Henry Harrington Is In
the Mary Fletcher hospital and was
operated on for Infection in the head.
H. F. Snxton, J. J. Collamer and Alfred
Ockert were beorera Sunday afternoon ar
the funeral of Mrs. Frank Spear Harold
Thorp, who Is nttending Union College.
Schenectady, N. A'., Is visiting his parcnt'4
In tho village. Miss Jennio Thompson,
Miss Dorothy Brown and Miss Maty Trnc
are vi'ltlpg relatives In town during" thn
holiday seuson. Ell Palmer l confined to
his bed by Illness. Mr. Pnlmer has Ju?r
passed his Poth birthday. Sunday wns the
first cold day of the winter, tho mercun
falling to 30 below zero In the vl'laci
and In the afternoon the liny was frozen
over. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sorrell am
visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Sorrell on
Shelburne Farms. Miss Grace Klnvllle
has closed her school in Richmond nnd 14
ut homo for the holidays. George Ktn
vlllo and Thomas O'Kane have returne 1
front a trip to New A'ork. Mrs. AVIIllam
Barney and son have been visiting Mn.
Barney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geors-i
Miller, at Shelburne FalK-Mlss Kath- f
erlno Kinvllle, who Is teaching school In
Winston, Conn., Is passing two weeks
with her parents. Miss Eunice Palmer.
Miss Helen Taylor, Miss Helen Sanders,
Gebrw' Hay 'itiit Miss ' Lois Palmer ars
visitors ln town. Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
Colby .thd family are visiting relatives in
Plulnfleld. Charles Reed and family wero
Chrlstmns guests of Mr. and Mrs. William
"Fletcher. Jo.eph Comihn and family of
Panton aro now occupying n tonemen
on. Southern Acres and Mr. Commo Is em
ployed by Itoberr Tower.
Clement Pcrcrvai, who In attending col
lege in- Syrneuse, N. A"., is spending th
holidays at his home. Daniel Mehadden,
who has been spending several days with
AVrlght Faster, has returned to his homo
nt Lake Placid, N. A". Mrs. Elmer Raymo
spent 'AWdncsday and Thursday in Bur
lington. Orlo Cleveland has Joined th-i
navy. Ho will leave Albany. N A., Jan
uary 3 for Hampton Roads, A'a, Mrs.
Hattlff Otis has been quite 111 with laryn
gitis .the past week. Mrs. Frank W.
Peaso ls quite 111 and Jir. Pease. Is. abln
to bo around. .Mrs. Nellie Hoag and,
young -son, Richard, of Hlncsburg inn
spendlhfc a -few days at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. AValter Blalsdell. The silk flag,
which was gotten through tho AV R, C.
and school children, was presdn'ed by
Fred 'Perclval in a very pleasing" manner.
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Glen George Hpent the Christmas voca
tion with friends ln Montpellcr, return
ing Mondny accompanied by his sister.
I Miss Eunice George, who will be the
I guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Lawrence.-
, M. O, Whltnoy assisted Mr. Lawrence In
j hit store during Mr. George's absence -1
Miss Mazlo Ransom and Miss Dorothy
j Nichols of tho Mary Fletcher hospital
i aro at their homes .for the Christmas va
' cation. Douglass Nichols and Pavllla Saf
! fonl of tho University of A'crjnont are
jut their homos. On Friday, December 31,
will bo held tho annual business meeting
of tho church. Dinner will be served at
13 o'clock, to which everyone In tl)c parish
is cordially Invited. Tho young, people'e
. meeting wilt be held as usual In th" P"1" 1
Sonagc at seven o'clock. L, P. Bolgep
'and daughters, Holen, and Dessa, wi.
guests of friends In Burlington Saturdir .
' Mrs. E. B. Jordan was In Hhrdwlr'c
Thursday to nttend tho fun.0r.1J of hef
Uncle, AVadsworth Hovoy. Tho high school
vlose-d Thursday for the Christmas vaca
I tlon and an .enjoyable event was held lu
I tho afternoon, Including a Christmas tree,
music and games. Miss Grace Joy ri
' turned to her home In Newmarket, N.
II., and Miss Kathcrlne Dewey to .Roy
alton, Mli-s Bostwick. tho public health
nurse, was In town Monday at Dr Kddy'i
ofllco. F. E. Kinney ls confined Jo the
houso 'by Illness.
I Thq Sunday school of tho Baptist
Church had Its Christmas entertainment
' with Christmas tree on Christmas eve.
The church and community took this op
portunity to present to Edward Hestdt
a sheep-lined coat by wny of appreciation
fof his faithful and palustnlliig care of
, the church building and grounds. The
1 chool taught by Miss Cnrrlo Miles gave
1111 Interesting Christmas program Thurs
day evening, followed by a ChrlstnvH
tree. Henry and Eugene Dos.mtels, E'
dora and .Marjorlo Kstoy, Inez Martin and
Karl and Elinor Prlndle aro spending
their holiday vacation nt tholr respocttvo
The Chrlstmns exercises wcre held in
the town hull Christmas eve with u good
program and a full hoube, tho towns
people most generously contributing to it
purso ot money amounting to h") us :i
Christmas gift to tho Rev, and Mrs.
W. AV. Whlte.-MUs Etta Moruu from
Brooklyn, N. V., Is spending the holiday
season with her brother J. T Moran, -Thn
Mlsves Lillian and Ethel
Guburcu aro ut home fur the