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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1920.
holidays. acorga Hnll In spending a few
days with his brother, Chester Hnll.
The services of the Community Church
will be held In tho Baptist Church for the
next six months.
Mrs. Ilnrolrl Chnpln and Miss Esther
Chapln, of BurllnRton, spent Dec. 22
nt Isaac Howard's. Mr. and Mrs. A, J.
Beauvals and daughter, Florence, spent
Thursday In St. Albans. Christmas exer
cises were held at the school-house
Thursday night. (Jeorgo Granger has been
111 with neural(rla.. The Misses Marie
Lawrence and Theresa Beauvals are at
their home for the holidays. Harry Moars
was a recent guest of his brother, Hoyt
Nora nnd Clarlt Illtmdalc spent Christ
mas at Walter Wcseott's In Essex Cen
ter. Miss Madge Elwcll Is visiting at
R. E. Forbes. A birthday party was held
at the home of Arthur Auclalr Thurs
day night, It being Mrs. Auclnlr's birth
day. Miss Mlnnto Murtaugh of the Bur
ltnvton high school vbtted at Albert Wil
liams Sunday. Lewis Miles and family of
Wllllston spent Christmas at L. J. Wcl
Hngers. Mrs. N. E. Parcher and son,
Scott, were In Burlington Sunday. Miss
Abblo Wellington was In town Christmas
at her homo here. Miss Lucy Illnndnlo
came Friday from Brldgcwator, Mass.,
for u week at her homo here. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Earl Ayer and daughter, Kathcrluc,
were In Burlington Friday. Mr. and
Mrs. Lawrence Wolllnger and Mr. and
Mrs. George Snldo entertained several of
their relatives Christmas. Mr. and Mm
Clarence Carpenter and children of
Hlnosburg were guests at the home of
Frank Hinsdale Christmas. Miss Madgu
Ellwell Is a visitor at the homo of R. E.
Forbes. Earl Ayor Is lrt Bethel for the
week. Master George Mott Is having a
woek's vacation In Burlington. MIsh
Dorothy Williams and Manford Williams
returned Thursday after a fow days
spent In Burlington. Lawrence Wclllngcr
nnd the Misses Jennie and Sylvia Wel
llnger spoilt Thursday In Burlington.
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Lano entertained
their employes and their families to tho
number of 72 at a. Christmas party at their
novelty mills on Chrlitman ove. At six
o'clock u bountiful supper way fcprcad on
a fO-foot table decorated with miniature
Cnrislmas treos nnd other Christmas
greens. MrR. Lane, Mm A. C. Palmer,
Mrs. C. C. Buxton, Mrs. J. B. Atklnw and
Mrs. Marie Douglas served. After supper
Mrs. Atkins read "The Night Before
Christinas." Soon afterwards Santa. Claus
arrived, with a heavily laden pack, which
together with tho beautiful Christmas
tr.o supplied each one there with a gift.
Carl Bemls took the part of Santa Claus.
Mr. and Mm Lane wore rcmembored by
their employes, as wae also mill foreman,
C. C. Buxton, and yard foreman, .1. U.
Atkins. Mr. Lnno spoke a few words of
thanka, Mr. Lano epoko very feelingly of
his Interest In his men nnd his best wishes
for their welfare and C. ( Buxton and
.T. B. Atkins each responded with a few
words of thanks. Tho event was one of
the pleasantest held In town for many
years and "was fully appreciated by tho
guests. Four years ago Mr. Lano bought
the wood-turnlng plnnt of G. W. Palmer,
then located on Huntington River. This
mill was burned In a few months, but
nothing daunted, Mr. Lano rebuilt at
one, this time in the village, v.-horo ho
conducts ono of the largest and most
mod.rnly equipped plants of Its kind in
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Whalcn had a com
plete family party Christmas, entertaining
tholr son, Thomas, and. wife of Connecticut,
Ml: 8 Irene of Now York., Cornelius of
Montpeller and James and Christine, who
attend college In Burlington. Mrs. J. W.
Berry "f Richmond la visiting her sis
ters, Mrs. Atkins nnd Mm Douglas. Miss
Irnm Barnes of Hlnesburg is visiting at
Daniel Preston's. Leon O'Nell has rented
Joseph Brnssor's arm find will carry it
on the coming year. C. L. Sabln of Bur
lington spent Christmas with his putvntu,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Sabln. Clyde O'Nell
of Northfleld was at homo for Christ
mas. Miss Ruth Sallies of Montpeller ts
upending a week with Mrs. 13. 11. Lom
bard. Bert Pecor hns moved his family
Into tho McGarghan. Mr. Whalcy has
moved from the Hapgood farm to a farm
A daughter was born December 24 to
Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Shepardson. Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Berry ,of Fltchburg. Mass., and
Miss Eva Berry, of Burlington, were nt
the home of their parents Christmas.
Mrs. F. Perrls, of Montreal, Is visiting her
mother, Mrs. M. Burnelle. Mrs. Kirk nnd
son, of St. Albans, were guests at the
home of Mrs. Sophia Terrien Christmas.
Arthur Harris, of Bellows Falls, was re
cently the guest of E. E. Walker. Homer
Berry and Robert Casey, of Jersey City,
are at their respective homes for the hol
idays. Master William O'Byrnc, of Bos
ton, Is at tho home of his aunt, Mrs. J.
i W. McGarghan, for the Christmas vaca
tion. The Misses Murphy, of Burlington,
and Master John Cunningham, of Boston,
nro guests of M. Murphy. Mr. and Mrs.
George" Bartlctt and family were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Bay Bartlett in Shelbume
Christmas. Dr. W. T. Tllley, who Is tak
ing a postgraduate course In New York
city. Is at his home here. Miss Eunice
Thomollson, of Boston, Is the guest of
Mrs. Ruth Sayles. Dorothy French, Sarah
Whltcomb and Pearl Berry, of the Uni
versity of Vormont arc spending their
vacations at their homes in town. Mlis
Edna' Pettlbone, of Burlington, Is visiting
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. C.
Oauvln. Miss Laromle Kcnyon returned
last week from tho Mary Fletcher hos,
pltal, where she recently underwent a se
rlous operation. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A
Itoad, of EsBex Junction were week-end
guosts of Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Reed. Mr.
and Mrs. John Lcddy and children, of Un
derbill, were gueits of Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander Terrien Christmas. Miss Mar
garet Hazcn, who Is attending Northfleld
Academy, is spending her vacation with
her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Hazen.
The Misses Katherlne Dohrny, of Boston,
and Mary, of Barre, are spending tho va
cation with their brother at tho homo of
Mrs. Mary Freeman. Mrs. Kathrlne Freo
man and daughter, of Essex Junction,
were guests of M. J. Glcason Sunday.
There were special Christmas services at
tho Church of Our Lady of the Holy
Rosary, with midnight mass and abo high
mass on Christmas day, with special
music Tho marriage of Miss Madeline
Strong, youngest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Strong and Reo Terrien of
Holyoke, Mass., took place at tho Church
of Our Lady of tho Holy Rosary Tues
day morning at seven o'clock, the Rev.
A. I'. Clermont performing the ceremony.
MIke Martha Terrien was tho bridesmaid
nnd Walter Strong, a brother of the
bride, acted as best man. Mr. nnd Mrs.
Terrien will reside In Holyoke. Mrs. I. W.
liurllett of Mlddlcbury and MKs Lois
nnd Leonard Bartlett of Burlington aro
at the home of their parents, Mr. anil
Mrs. G. E. Bartlott. Miss Mary O'Brien
has returned from Springfield, where sho
spent Christmas with her sister, Mrs. Ed
ward Gcro, The Misses Cora Bn tsor and
Kathcrlnu Lavello of Burlington wore at
their homes hero over the Christmas
recess. Master Walter mid Rutsoll Ken
nedy of Hwanton Junction aro spending
uomo time with their mint, Mrs. F, II,
Unity. Mrs. Furgo, widow of John Fargo
of Huntington, died here Monday eve
ning ivt the homo of her grandson, Howard
Fargo, where sho had made her hunio for
goimi time. Tho funeral was held ut
tho houao yesterday at 11:00 o'clock, with
liuriul In Huntington. At tho Federated
Church Sunday morning tho auditorium
.was beautifully decorated with Krecns,
Mrs. Bartlctt nnd Mrs. Averlll committee,
and the Christmas pageant, "White Gifts
for tho King," was Impressively given
by members of the Sunday school, under
the efficient direction of Mrs. Clowsc nnd
Mrs. Mitchell. A large number of "Whlto
Gifts" were rccolved. The adult members
of the parish were Invited to tho new
parsonage for a "housewannlng" Wed-
nesday ovenlng at 7iS0 o'clock. On Thurs-
day ovenlng at 7:15 Is to be hold the
prayer meeting, n preparatory service for
communion next Sunday morning. At the
morning service Miss reari mrrj
play the organ and Miss Lois llnrtlctt will
sing. An offering wilt bo received for the
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L.yrupean n-iiei rauimi, -.
suffering children of centrat and eastern
Europe. In tho evening there win dc a
special musical service.
A. v.. Martin, who Is lumbering about
13 miles from Stowe village, was at homo
Christmas day, returning to his work
Hunrinv nlvhl Ml Flnrrnrn Mntcnlf of
Maiden, Mass., In at home tor her holl-
day vacation. Miss Alice Talcott. who
no a position in wussacnupoiia, is ai
home for a two weeks' vacation. Frank-
lin isnam, wno is n toarner in ..uw ior
State, Is the guot of his parents. .Mr.
nnd Mrs. Hiram Isham, for the holidays,
Miss Luella Peters went to uouon
Saturday to visit ner paronis. uiuin
isnam irom mo norm pan 01 iu omui
was in town last week. air. ana jus.
Fred May spent Christmas day with
their parents In Richmond. David De-
mag, who haw been blaclisnilthlng in the
east part of tho village, Iioh sold out to
the Lundcrvlllo brothers and gene to
m UCi ui.u w.. w
llngton to live for tho remainder of
wlnter.-Harold Iham it, at home for
iertainmnt jiuay nlglit at me Memo-
dlst Church Mas well attended. The chll-
dron did finely, notwithstanding tho short
umo moy nan :or renearsais. jonn
Forbes of New York State Is the guest
w . .u . .. V ,V , Wi v-J ..
1-orbes, through the holldays.-M ss Nolly
isham of Burlington spent last Satur-
day and Sunday with her parents. Mr.
tho post eur,
I'rior, wlio hua been away
came lost wcck anil is noarainik nt -Mrs.
A. E. Martin's. Marshall Krons, who
has been 111, Is quite n little better.
An old-fashioned dance It to bo given at
io M. W. A. hall In Colchester on Sat-
The "Midnight Frolics," the popular an
nual cabaret and dance given under tho
direction of Mm Ruth Flahf-r Post, was
held at the City Hall Monday before
r. larar ml appreciative audience. Thn
program ra attractlvo and Included
many pleasing features. Many youthful
mmbcrs of Mrs. Post's dancing class
wero teen In Interpretative numbers
while song and dance Fpeclaltlcr. wero
given by several 3t. Albans amatour
stag, favorites. Cabaret numbers were
given every hour during tho dancing
which lasted until midnight. Felton's or
chestra furnished music. The program In
cluded: Little John Carpenter in a rong
and dance; Gerald Sweeney, the "Boy
Soprano' In a pleasing song; Evelyn Mc-
Grath, solo dance- Elizabeth Northrup.
song and danco specialty, "Ding Tot;"
Francos Slieehan, Hong and dance hp--olulty,
"Left All Alone Again Blues." An
exceptionally good number was the np
pearanco of lho ballot dancers. Mary
Allc Barker, Violet Herrick and Helen
Miller. Irene Vnlleo executed a "danre
from tho Far East" while "Chappy"
Northrup contributed sonio funny antics.
Following tho song and danco, "Slow
and Easy," with Madonna Bordo, Ruth
Fisher Post and chorus of 10 young worn
en put the- finishing touches to a delight-
Miss Ocella La Valley of this city and
scar Hlbhard of SoutlibrhK'o. Mass.,
wero married nt ITnlv Ansel uhnwi,
Monday, the Rev. L. R. Dc.-rochcra per-
forming the ccrcmonv. Mien Dora Hlb-
bnrd, sister of tho groom, acted ns hridei'-
mald and Z.-h I.aValicy, a brotlicr of tho
bride, acted ns best m:m. Thn M,h- tt-,,r
a pink taffeta gown trimmed with shadow
lace with hat to match. The bridesmaid
wore a navy blue serge suit with hat to
match. Mr. nnd "Mis. Hlbhard left Mon
day evening for Southbrldgc, where they
will make their home.
Mrs. Bessie f Perkins) Oli-or, wife of
C. A. Oliver of Unr.er Weldon streot
S Albans hospUnl Mon
oi. vioans nospitai Jion-
died at the
day morning ut 0:TO o'clock. She under-
went a serious operation nt the- Hospital
about two weeks apo. Mrs. Oliver was
born in Malone, N. Y., In 1S73, the daugh
ter of. Hiram E. and Carrie Terklns. She
had been. a re'ldent of this city slnco a
small child. Besides her husband, sho Is
survived by her mother, one sister, Mrs.
Waldo J. Upton of Burlington and two
brothers B. B. and S. E. Perkins of tnls
city. The funeral was hold at her late
home Wednesday afternoon.
Chrlstmo, was nherveH n, .h. rh,,ree.
with appropriate services, special
by the choirs nnd sermonH bv tho
a. st .v,-
the Nativity of' our Lord beiran with a
rolnbniiinn f Hntv rnmn.minn cM.im
Tock Alanv old famlTlar
mni i were T sung led by the
s day there wks a celebra-
eve at 11:30 o
tlon of Holv f'nmnu.ninn nt in n-rinek in
tho morning. The annual Christmas sen- nml daughter, Mlr Orace. of Framing-
Ice at tha First Congregational Church l,am- Mass.. Normal, are visiting rola
was held Sunday morning at 10:30 nnl friends here,
o'clock. An excellent musical program was Kenneth Freer of tho Boston Art
given by an augmented choir and an or- School Is passing tho holiday vacation
chestra. The topic of the sermon by the nt home of his parents. Mr. and Mr.
Rev. Stanley Cummliigs was "Interpreting Freer, of Green avenue. Mrs. P,
the Angels' Songs." The Sunday school M- Flanagan, daughter. Miss Josle, and
held a Christmas service at tho conclusion ',on- YaIe ot st- Albans wero guests at
of morning worship. Services were hold N10 home of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Glanvllle
at the Methodist Enlsconnl Church Sun- of Province street Christmas. Miss Alma
day both morning and evening with spe-
t . i . . a .
ciai sermons Dy tne pastor, mo uev.
Italpn W. Stoody. Thero was Hpeclal music
ny a largo cnorus cnoir. An om-rasnionca
ChrUtmns service wan observed at tho
17nlverwnlltn rllrli Rnnitnv mnrntill
The pastor, tho Rev. T, L. Drury took for
his sermon subject, "What Should Christ
mas Mean to Us," Thero was special
music. Tho young people's devotional
meeting was held at seven o'clock In tho
evening. At the First Baptist Church
Morvlcos wero held nt 10:30 o'clock Sun
day morning with an address, "Tho Ad-
vnntngo of Being a Christian," by tho
Uev. P. S. McKlllnn. nihle Huhool at 11:4S
and evening worship In the evening with
an address, "The Open Door," by Mies
Grace Brooks. At the Methodist Church
Sunday evening a brilliant pageant repre
senting the scenes of the nativity were
presented. Nearly CO characters parti
cipated. Tho "White Gift" scrvlco for the
Near East and tho New England Metho
dist lKupltnl, was presented
fharlus Burbank, who lia been 111 at
the St. Albunu hospital for tho past threo
inontliB, roturned Sunday to his homo
on Hoyt streot much Improved in health.
A son, Richard Francis, was born to
Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Fox December 22.
Miss Irenu M. Sault, who recently under
went an operation at the Marvin sani
tarium, hns returned home.
Tim marriage of Miss Chrlstiiiu AV.
Tuckur and Michael J. Mack was ol
omuized ut St. Mary's Church yester
day mnrnliii; nt eight o'clock, tho Rov,
J, J. uoyio prcloriiiing tnu corumony.
MlBs Elizabeth King acted an brides-
ma'ld und Ralph Mack, a brother of the
groom, oh best man. Tho brldo wore a
navy blue suit and black picture hat
and carried yullow chrysanthemums and
tho bridesmaid aluo woro a navy bluo
suit and bluo feather hut and carried
a hour-net of whlto caniatloiiH. Mr. and
Mrs. Muck lmvo gone on a trip to Bos-
ton nnd Now York, Tho brldo Is a grad-
uato of tho St. Albans hospital tralnlnfr
school for nurses, having boon a nurse
at tho hospital for sumo time. Tho
groom Is n hrothor of Mrs. H. 11. Butler
and Charlos Bashaw of this city.
Amone thowu present from out of town
wero George Mnek of Charlotto and
Mr. and Mrs. Wnllaco Mack of Peek-
skill, N, Y. -
The fir.it Kcarlot fnvor caso to be re-
ported In this vicinity la In tho Felix
Rotmdotto family nt tho Bay, whoro
,, of tc chn(lrcll lB sufforln-r with
The condition of Mrs. John MnGreirtrs.
wmo tindorwent an operation for np-
pondlcltln In at tho St. Albans hospital
'Tuesday, Is favorable.
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Tho condition of 1. A. Pnr-uotlc, who
Ih Hrlously 111 of pncumonln, la
Hi ehtlv Imnrnvn.l
Tho condition of Don Moroy. son of
Mr. and Mr. Harry Moroy of Fairfield,
who underwent an operation at the St.
Albans hospital a few days aifo, Is fv
sirs. Eva Parlsonu or liko street,
who wan recently operated upon at
Hospital, haw returned home
tiio condition of MIb Frances Rodd-
en, wno Has Dcen confined to her home
i,y ihiioi-b for several dnvs. Is much Im-
Miss Delma Webster entertained Tuc
d afternoon In honor of Miss Kity of
1 iw &n&w rtiril
ontrS,et Worked cl
t . .,., ,,.,1t,.t c.
K Mond.iy evening In LI-
brary hall. Tho second In tho (.nrles of
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teacher training class of tho Mothoditl
ch , Thurs.dny evenlnrt
wUh M Kidman u leader.-Arflclle
Jon of M1(ldle)m Co at tlle
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Mta" Mnrjorio Scott had a University of
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of tho University of Vcrmon is fit hi,
homo on Canada street for a fow days.-
Lnri Reed ami family of Kssej: Junction
woro ut tho homo of Mr. Reed's parents
Chrlatmns.-Ray Kimball wau in North- i
fluid Sunday. His family after never.il
wccits- visit wmi Jin. itimiiau a parents,
hnvo returned home. The annual watch
night party of tho Swunton troop of Boy
Scouts and their friends will be Jicld as
usuul at tho Scout camp on Lake Cham
plaln Friday evening. Supper will ho
served. It Is expected that about 40 boys
will attend. R. II. Illako and family
have returned from their Christmas va
cation among relatives and friends In
Cambridge, Mass., and vicinity. A
v.-ntoli night service will be hold In tho
Methodist Episcopal Church Friday eve
ning. Gladys Smith has rotuniccl to
Washington, D. C, arier spending n few
days at her home here. Mr. and Mrs.
Ira Peck and Hon. Ralph, passed tho
Christmas vacation among friendn In St.
Johnsbury .Ivan Record of Franklin
was In town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs.
Horace Cro.s of St. Alhnnu wero in
Kwttnlon Tuesday. The public schools
will be reopened Monday after u two
wl-eks' vacation. Irving Chase and fam
ily woro in E.uil Fairfield Sunday.
Malcolm Patton, who has boon employ-
cd in the treasury departmnnt n W.ayli-
ington for two years, ha.i been assigned
to duty In the office of thn collector nf
Intf-rnal rovonuo for the district of Ver
mont, now locate! In Burlington. Mr.
Patton Ik pusslng the holiday recess with
his mother. Mm John Pattun, and his
itttlo daughter. Miss Bertha r, Elliot
and Mls- Alice Chaso, of Plattsburgh
"'nial. aro parsing tho holiday recess
tut Domes in tins pincc. .r. ana Jirs.
nyd Woodward, of Burlington,
wsslns the holiday vacation at tho h
lf tholr r,arents- M-"- nml 3Irs-
Woodward, and Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Stni
""Pc.-MoKenzle Rounds, of Boston,
v"",nf. at nome or ills parent',
J,r ana Mr"- n- J' Rounds, of Ceri-
street. Mr. and Mrs. O.-orgo Shorer
nJ children, of Lyndonvlllo, Charles Kl-
rick, of St. Johnsbury , Mr. and Mm
Vernal Elrlck, of Barton, and Harold
Elrlck, of Meriden, Cunn., were sucsts
at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Frerr Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Mcrrltt
Lorklln have gone to Barrle. Ortl., to
pasj the holiday season with Sir?. Lock-
lin's parents. Roy Wetherby, nf Mont
nrt" MIm Hatel Rockwell were
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"'"rled nt tho home of tho bride's moth-
cr- urs- "ocKwen, on ,rccn avenue, iveu-
nendflV. December 22. bv the Tlev. G. Leon
WelK-MIss Reatrlce Estev. of Mount
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Mlddlebury College and Gall Ham
llton, of Harvard Dental Collegf.
are at their homes for the holiday
vacation. MI.3S Ardolla Draper, of Mil
ford, Conn., Is passing tho holiday vaca
tion nt the home of her mother, Mrs. J.
Cooki The Misses Catherine Cominsss.
Mae Austin. Helen Cass. Blanche Par-
"" "' """ Kellcy, of the UniverslU
'f Vermont, aro passing the holiday va-
cation at their homes In this place
cation at their homes In this place
Jtlss Mnrporle Elkins visited in Newport
.it Mie iinmn nf her mother over he n-eeir.
Jtlss Mnrporle Elkins visited in Newport
at the home of her mother over tho week-
end.-Corllss W. Goff, of Newtonvllle,
Mass- ' vlBltlnS relatives and friends
' this place, whore he formerly resided,
-Mrs. E. B. Ellas, of Concord Junction,
Wilcox of Tewksbury, Mass., Is visiting at
4ltn hnmn nt V t, KAn I HLf unit V m T
" ",n-Mr- V,nuA1,rB , J. ,
home of Mr. and Mrs. Chase's son, Ned,
in North Troy over tne weca-end. on
Friday evening there will be a union
watch night s'ervlce at the
Episcopal Church beginning at 9:30
o'clock, with a social hour for the young
People nnd nt 11:00 o'clock the watch
night uervlce. Charles J. Anderson hs.i
returned from a few weeks stay In a
Springfield, Mass., hospital and is much
Improved In hcalth.-Wllliam Oilman, a
MUilcni in mo .uasHacniiseiiH insiuuio
cf Technology, who ha been passing
ft fow days at tho homo of his parents,
Mr. and Mm H. A. Oilman, of Center
street went Monday to New York to
ylslt a Mend before returning to his
work in Boston.
ton wns born to Mr. and Mrs. C. G.
ui-cemucr ur. mirnctt. of wa-
tervllle, Mo., Is vlslUng her parents, Mr.
und Mrs. E. A. Mosler. Thero was a
Chrlftnins tree with appropriate exer-
clues nt tho church Saturday ovenlng,
Mabello inn, a student at Burlington
BuslncHs College, Is spending the holiday
vacation with her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs.
II. S. Hill.
W. S. Judd of Enoi,burK Falls wno a
business visitor In town Monday. Ralnh
o'Hearo and Albert Klngslcy are homo
from Montpeller Seminary this wcok.
Mr. S. S. Hall was In town Tuesday.
Tho children of tho high school gavo a
very successful play In Uardyno'u hall
Tuosday ovenlng under tho direction of
Miss Good. A Christmas tree "and very
J excellent program was held at the Bnp-
tlst Church Christmas evo. Judge C. A.
Oardyne. who Is --ponding the winter In
Ornnd Bay, Fin., recently sent sovcrat
of hl.i friends here n liberal supply of
ornngew. Mr. and Mrs, Lomboy Labell
wero recent visitors In Baltersflold. C.
C Mnrtln has sold out his stage routo t
Pudvnh nnd Chappie. Postmaster W, J.
Wright has Information and blanks on
which to submit bids for transporting the
rnall from hero to East Berkshire for tho
four yearo coinnicnclntr July 1. Bids must
In Washington by January 11, 1321.
"o Rr-v. Father LeRlanc and sister of
Lowell wore recent visitors at tho Rev.
Fnthor Cote.i.-Mr. and Mm Ephralm
i-aimoni nre visiting lllfir son, Ucorge, i
Burlington. Miss Ida St. Onge, Is at
Bnlvidero Corners taking care of the
family of David Tanner, who have ty-
phold fever. Miss St. Ono recently grnd-
I Miss Maigarct Fall, a nurso from Sw.m-
t0" ft' th! Il0lne of Allen Proro.
r-AiDi'ifi n rEvrrrEm
1 Vl' mill- Ijrilll&Il
Sir. and Mr. John Qulnlnn wrwrnf rlirtf.
mas at tho home of Mi. Qulnlan's
mother, Mrs. Mnttliew Teague. Harris
Honle, who attends the University of Vet--
mont. is r.peuulng the liolIdas at home.
-kldward and' Leo Ryan, "students of
St. Michael's college, Wlnooskl, returned
homf to spend Christma..-Edward
ucorge ana Luclnaa Robinson were mr-
"en at hi. fatnoKn cnurch Monday
morning at five o'clock. Harold Wallace
spsnt Christmas at hl honw.JMiH
Annie McGowan of Burlington spent
Olirl.tmx at tho home of Mr brother,
u. n. aicuownn. ins Aliases Marvaret
J. M. McHownn. Th Misses Margaret
. ' I T. u miunva --income, wno av-
tend Villa Barlow Academy, am spend-
nK t!, hoIlf,a:", at tUlr
Brennan and Constance Chlcolne, who al-
aniana spent cnristmae at tlio home of
tehl. "y"n:"Art!uL..U?.r,''V H .X'
M., '2 and Chnrlan Barry, U. V. M
-vre npinaing me unnsimas nonaays 01
thlr hom,-Misri Louis. Faller of Now
ioi it spent L-nnstintis o.z tin nomo or
ner j.sicr, airu. J. . Barry.-Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Meehr.n npont Christmas at
mo oome oi jurs. Mcnan s nioinar in
Undorlil .-MIs Rose C
th. ,,, nf Mr. - ,. ,
Undor il .-M ss Rose Gllwse and Wll-
are visiting at
na Philip Porry epont the week-end
at tneir Home, .Mr. ana MrB. Arthur
c,,..nor haTf u, Kut,ana whoro
thtv fo T., tt, ,
j.. TorIc jH tpenaln, ,k hoIIjays nl
?,, ,,. f htc
J. E. 7-fnwrlKan.
Miss Marlon Stnnley of New York city
Is spending tho holidays with relatives
in town. Miss Emmogcne Wood of Bur
lington Business College Is visiting her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Wood.
t... . . j -v.. t . i , , .
".e.V- a-.?f":J- ,JUJntt'Zy-
tho holidays. Sir. and Mm Earl.
P. Bevlns were recent vii'ltors In
E"scx Junction. Mr. and Mr. Ward
Post and daughter, Madclyn, spent
Christmas in Rlchford. Mil Lopha
Abell of Burlington spent Christmas with
her patents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Aboil.
Floyd Brooks of Suringfield, Mops., is
visiting his parent-9, Mr. and Mrs. C. E.
Brooks. Oscar Stanley of Burlington Is
visiting relatives in town. Mrs. Frances
II. Wllber has returned from Swanton.
where she visited hop daughter. Mm
Sanford Prouty. Mr. and Mrs. Lucius
Porry are tho guests of Mrs. Calra Bat
lard. Mr. Perry Is attending a veterinary
hospital In Toronto, Ontario. MisiS Anna
Cleveland, who Is attending school In
I Swanton,, Ih at her home hero. Miss
I Marcta Stuart of Johnson Is visiting hoi
si,tcr, Mr?. Park Newton. Mm Emma
rcrry and eon, Harloy, of Milton spent
Christmas wltii L. U. Perry. Thn con-
'ditlon of Mrs. Julia Ballard, who is 111
with scarlet fever, Is repovted as favor
able. Minn Alice rfunderland and Jecse
Sunderland of tho University of V.crmont
are heme for the vacation.
The condition of Miv.
who has bqen aoriously
F. )I. Downey,
Ill with pneu-
monla. Is Improved.-A son wan born to
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn W. Rubles Monday,
Dcce.mbor 'S.O. M. JofTords wan a
Chriatmas guest of his father, J. M. Jef
fords. D. W. Ames, who is engagrd in
building In Fairfield, iiat-tcJ Chrlstmua
with his family horn. Mr. and Mm R.
II. Strohccker, of Morrlfitown, wero
Cliri-.tmuK guosU "f Mrj. StrohccUer's
parertM. Mr. and Mrs. Olln Mcnill.
Prank Erwln, of Chustorvllle, Ont., ha
been passing a few days with IiIh family
here. The Mlcies Margaret nnd Louvla
Blodah have return-d to Newport after
passing a few days with relatives In this
place. A daughter was lxirn f'hrlstmas
-V ' nd .. Howard Stanley of
Snnfh Prank n.
b r ' """"
Moses Benno and Miss Nova Hardy,
of Enosburg. were 'married at the
.Mutliodlst parsonage by the Rev. AV. B
n,,lr..l,,.n n.unK.. .)
Fred Towlc, of the .University of Ver
mont, and Clyde Towle, of the Burling
ton Business Collerc, are at their homes
for the holidays. Miss Bessie Young, of
Exeter, N. H., passed Christmas in tho
homo bf her brother, Edward Young.
Miss Mildred McCaffrey, who his been
In the employ or me cslle-s rood com
ny for several months, has resigned her
position and returned Thursday to her
homo In Port Covington. N. Y.-Wnlter
Budd. of Springfield, Mass.. passed Christ-
mis with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. H.
Budd. of Springfield, Mass.. passed Christ
mas witn ins parents, air. anil Mrs
H. Budd.-Mr. and Mn. John C. Rose, of
'Montreal, spent Christmas at the
home of Mr. Ro.es brother. D. M. Rose.
Enosburg Post. No. U, of the American
Legion, held a cabaret dance and Christ
mas line at the opera house Saturday
An ice-cream social will be held at tho
home of W. P. Shangraw Friday ovonlng,
Dec. 31 for the benefit of tha Epwortn
League. The body of Timothy tlubbell,
aged to years, who died at Manchester, N.
Y was brouglit to this place for burial
SatunJay. h, was a brothor of Samuel
Huhbell and formerly lived here. Fred
Pfannstlel, Jr., Is moving his
Essex into part of Harry Kldder'a tene-
B. L. Stanton of Brandreth Lake, N. Y.,
'""""" J J .
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Owltt. Mm Abb!.
Ovltt and daughter, Miss Ruth. Craig.
Ovltt, Mr. and Mrs. Rollln Chaffeo and
Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Kellcy passed
Christmas at John Courtney's.
tPAQT PDATCIfl 1M
who died Mondav Dec. 20. wan held at
" " -
the church W.dnesda December 22. The
Rev. G. C. McDonald officiated and tho
bearers were C. H. Safford, W. R. Noble,
C. M. Scott and C. A. Peao. Those from
away who wore hero to attend were Mr.
nnd Mm Volney Salisbury and Mr. and
Mrs. Wllllim Salisbury, of Rlchford; P.
e. Hammond, Theodore Armstrong and
w. 11. Towle, of Unosburg Falls. Mr.
Olmstend had been In falling health for
Honio time although not. confined to the
bod, and his death was nulto a shock to
tll0 community. Ho leaves no immediate
family, his wlfo having died a year uiro.
H, ,..ath ro,0v.-M tho last of tho fam-
lly tf Nobla OlnmtiiUd. Mr. Olnistoad was
TS yearn old. Tho .Misses Jesnle nml Ruth
Gilbert are homo from Port Chester. N.
Y., and Palmer, Maso., fur tho holidays,
Mlrs Ethel Powers Is home from South
Lancaster. Moss., for the holidays Mrs.
Sarah Elrlck, of St. Albans, recently vis-
Ited her son. L. D. Elrlck.
I Mr. und Mn,. Charles Lafley on tor-
talncd friends Christmas. Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Wliilo of Enosburg were at tho
homo of B. W. Olm.tead, Christmas.
i Mrs. Delia Record and Mian Lorn passed
jchrtstnvis at Enosburg Center. Mls.
Ethel Powers of flourti Lancaster, Mass.,
Is nt home for the holidays. C, II, Saf-
ford ho gone to the Mary Fletcher hos-
pltal, Burlington. Mm. C, II, Saftord has
been nt Abotts Corner, with her son,
W. O. Safford. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Peao
and daughter wero at Fairfield Christ-
mas. At the annuat election of officers
held Sunday tho following officers wero
elected: Superintendent, F. E. Thomas;
assistant superintendent, E. H. Chamber-
lln ; secretary, Marlon Gilbert; treasurer,
C. A. Dewing; librarian, Kathryn Gil-
bert; organist, Lucy Weld; chorister, E,
Frank Uftord, who has so re.
cently returned from China, spoke nt tho
Christian Endeavor Sunday ovenlng to
ft very Interested audience. The mission
January a. with Mrs. A. B. Ueeman and
muuf ';iM9 mil iiiwo. .niiiiuujr vviiiih,
Mrs. Ufford will spenk on her work In
Parsons was elected a
the Methodist Sunday
school and Harry Brush a delegate from
ln Christian Endeavor to attend tho
oiaer ooys conrerence neiu in ai. jonm-
,UT January 14-U. Edmund Leach of
riorinneia ana nmiui uuni 01 uunrng
" a for ho .!j0,,'?ay!,,T11?0
regular meeting of tho Fairfax Unity
Chapter, No. ,17. O. B. R. was h-ild In
nr rooms v eunoFuay nrenins, uk-jiii-
""r . -"'i mo
wemoaisi unurcn v,iu scrTo uh annum
Nw Year's cnicKn-pio umner m tne
vestry of the church Saturday, January
1 from ".""'"'P "CmLI -ittJ
funinmwn i pwu'w wn
'"-,'"" ' :" , i"":; V" 1.
nn " Ooorsta Lawton o
Burllneton Wt Chr IfUiuai at the home
?' JTl h X nlt
rentivoo in town. .r. aim mm. imam
V 21 'L Z Z Z . v v m ,r.T.
Beuthartl of mow., Klos Huth BuUr ot
"-' 4 '
Mass., am Allen Goodall of Boilon aro
In town. tm wunaay onooi ooarn
of th Methodist Church will meot after
tho .lection of offlcern. Ev.ry member of ice In the Methodist Church on Frl
tho board Is asked to bn pi-esont. The service In thn Methodist Church on Frl
offertory at the Methodist Church, "In day night commencing at 11:13. The pas
Old Judea" waa imng by F. C. Cherrl-r lor will give a talk on "Now Year
with vlcltn obliguto by VCennoth C. llsl- 1i,!a Ideals'. There will be special slnt,'
lard. Mrs. B.llrd also played "Melody !ng. Mr. nnd Mis. Ell Shnngraw had qulto
In T" with th. organist for tho opening tt house full for Christmas Including Mr.
voluntary Vlctar Buck of Medford. anA air- JI- Shangraw of St. Allans.
Maai., and hlr .liter, Mr?. Gertrude Hun
ter, of Brookfleld, Masn., who came to
Buck Hollow with the remains of their
mother. Mm Lcavttt. visited Mr. nnd
Mm Harry Rugg while In town. Dr. and
.... TO . ri . . . . -i an , , . . n . . . . .
rs. x . .m.. roil unci raira jL,uuitn x-cn:'
of Westford wero the guests of Mr. and
t,a. ... uuuLiimu will . .iiiiin:. ..... uiiu
Mrs. F. I. Blalidcll and son, Wlllard,
ppent the week-end In Jeffcrnonvllle
Mrs. Byron Cox of Burlington In vKlt-
Ing her daughters, Mrs. George Held
and Mrs. Kay Barnes. Mr. and Mrs. B.
O. Ttllouoii wero business visitors In
St. Albans lart wcck.-Robert Parker of
Bluttleboro Is pa-'slng thn Christmaa
vacation with his sister, Mrs. W. O.
Stai-t. Frunk Shanley, who h.iH a poM-
Hon In Clarmont, N. H., Is visiting lib;
his parent. Miss Lila. Grant of St. A!-
bans has been visiting Mrs. Florence
Wanaur. Teachers, v.-ho aro Hpendtmt
the Christmas vacation at their homes
here, aro Lena Marcctto of Enosburg
Falls, Iela Cowan of Rlchford, Lllla Mc
Nanoy of Greenfield, Mass., Gertrude
Br.idy of Pea body, Mass. Mollio Bealr
of St. Albanu han been visiting her
unci, W. L. TUIotson. LUlkin Gould
and Frances Mnynard, students at the
University of Vormont, nro at their
homes here. Howard Farroll, who Is at
tending Norwich University, la spending
tho Christmas recest at home. John
Loomts nf Trovldence, R. I., is visiting
at Thomas Nulty's. Mr. and Mrs. T. F.
'5raa"- who visited In Ncrthllcld Chrit-
"'a' "ra "'""f '""' v-ti.u.k.-
W. E. Pearson of Esse:: Junction Is vis
iting relatives in town. Florence May-
nar,l. wtir, t nttendlni? IlllHlllp.4 f'ftllf-irf,
at Burlington is at homo for tho Christ-
m. vn.mllnn.T,'. A. Start ha been atv
-lMtrl rt tntrn tUei nlme rit Pol. I(. V.
Brigham, deceased, as trustee of public
funds, also town ngent. and G. .
Wheelock us commlttoo of Brigham
Acadcmy.-Walter Woodarrl has leen
appointed selectman to take tho place of
G. C. Gates, resigned.
The Misses Elisabeth and Ruth Brown
of Byracua. University an- at the home
of tholr parents. Dr. and Mrs-. E. M.
of tholr parents, Dr. and Mrs-. E. M.
Brown, for tho holiday recess. Miss Ber
tha Carpenter Is home from Kh.idy Rill
for a 10 days vacation. Mls crac.
day. Miss Oretma Grcone Is at tho Shcr,
wood sanitarium for treatment. The
Misses TCrtchum and Miss Mack of Bran
don are guests of Mr. jnd Mrs. Morton
Mack. Mr. Hanoi Dunmnre has return
ed from Boston, Mu-is. Mls-t , Eliza
Marsh of Enosbuig FaIIo was h week
end visitor at y. C. Marnh s.-n
nual banquet of the Esrr...t TV
class of tha Methoaht EpI.ccpal
Ch u rrh
win ns nem weuncsaay .
ber 3), In Marsh n hall.
will be held Wednesday evening. Decom-
her 3), in Marsh'n nan. Tneto win ne a
watch night servlcs at
Eplicopal Church. A c,
.stend.d to the public
cordial Invitation I
Mr. and Mm Irvlm: Chaje of Swnnton
were visitors at tho hemo bf L. L. Chase
Christmas. Tho condition of Donovon
Mor.y,' who la seriously ill, remains
about the rame. Word has been received
nf th hlrth nt .lanirV tr tn the n-..
and Mri T 0 chKrB ot Wilder, former-
ly of this place. Miss Mary Davis Is
homo from Northfleld Seminary for the
holidays. Mr. and Mrs. John Carey nnd
family of Fletcher spent Christmas at
the home of Waldo Wright. Mabelle
knit Flnt-hei Rnrrv am home, fmm nnek.
m. e,. tnr th hiMnv Alio. n..
i4h RO0ney of Conn.ctlcut and Miss
Idessa Rooney of Hardwlck are at the
h... nf a. n. rtonnev for the hniMv
Dan. James, Leon and Max Manahan
thn hums nf A. N. n,.fr.n
chrlstmas.-Thcre wilt b. a New Years
bRlI ln the hotel hall this evening. Kim-
baU., orchstra of Enosburg Falls will
i furnBh muslc.-Danlel Steele of Norwich
University Is a visitor In town.-Mr. nnd
Mrs Enrle n0m6s visited In Enosburg
Palls reeentlv. Albun Roonev In home
from the University of Vermont for tho
. . - -m,t. 1 n.a
nonaays. misses vrnnia ami uiaqys
Shattuck were visitors in tit. Albans
Monday, Donovan Morey was taken to
the St. Albans hospital Monday, whero
h" wa" Pratcd upon for appendicitis.
conaiuon is mvorauie. r mna; itaio
19 home from st Michael's Coljcge forf
Miss Grace Sykes of Hanover, N, H.,
Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Preston
Hykes. The Rev. and Mrs. Fisk arrived
Friday and are living for tho present
with H. F. Comlngs.-Mm Ellon Tarble
Is Htaylng ln tho family of her nephew,
Ouy Marry. A birthday party was
given Clifton Benway at his homo Tues-
day evening. Mr. and Mm Oarrow aro
vhltlng In Boston. A son was born Wod-
neuday, December 22, to Mr. und Mm
Clifford Bingham. A daughter was born
Ueceinb-jr 22 to Mr. and Mm Oconto
Garno at tho home of Mm aamo'ii
parents, Mr. and Mm Seymour punham.
Mrs. Mulvlu Yates and two' children
aro passing tho holidays In HudBon, N. Y
with her parents, Mr. and Mm Felt -
j nor. Mr. anil Mm AVoltcr Tilt of Knos -
lor u iu luivs MWHiiuu.iwn ixitAi - - , , ,
Richards of Franklin was the truant of Christmas vacation with his family at Conn-jra returned to her home in New
Miss Bortha Carpenter Sunday and Mon- the Congregational par-nonage Tho Hon. ork Monday after spending a few days
burg Falls and Feter Dumas of Rlchford
wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. Huben
Dcmar Christmas. Mrs. acorgo Sarrlsa
of Sheldon, who has been passing a fow
days with her daughter, Mrs. Clifford
Bingham, returned homo Monday.
Goorgo Garno has been visiting In the
homo of Seymour Dunham. The
Woman's Missionary meeting was held
at the homo of Mrs. F. N. Orlntt Tues-
day afternoon. After the buslnem meet-
ng, a memorial service for the lato
Mrs. H. F. Comings was held, after
which a social hour was passed and.N. J., was the guest of her brother.
.dainty refreshments served. Mlis Marlon
i'cierBon or mortn urniMDury is visit-
j)nft fr-cmls town.-Mlts Theda Good-
sell of New York Is pasnlnaj the holidays
with Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Combs. Mr. 1
and Mrs. Herbert Smith wero guest of ,
Mr. and Mrs. Verdlne Jones of Enosburg I
children passed Christmas with Mr. and1
i'iio yiiimtiiiao. ,..i. u. ,v. j aui aim '
Mrs. Charles Allen. Mm E. B. Smith
was also a guest of the aliens. Melvln
Yates has gono to Hudson, N. Y where
ho will visit In tho family of Mr. and
J. P. Carey and family spent ChrUt-
mw wltii their daughter, Mrs. Wright,
n jra-rflel(J.Worthy Master A. H.
nf,oper attendc(1 the State Orange meet-
., 3t Johnsbury.-Harold Shooard
son ot St. Michael's Collego Is home for
a few days' vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Wal
ter Lamb of Wlnooskl were home Sun
day. Caorgo Tedford was In Barre Sun,
da3'--J Carpenter spent Christmas In
Lawrenco Sa ono and Miss Betsy Irish '
we , d pM December ?.-
gon was Mrs. George .
'' bcr 23-Mrs. Oscar Car-
t h . hogDal for me. '
trealment.-George Booney and fam- 1
lly of Fairfax spent ChrtstmaH wltii rola- I
tlVfs town. Mrs. Edd If Miller i
.-,, thn holId.v. wUh r.i.tlve- in I
Burllngton.-Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Tucker
and Mr. and Mrs. Coyt Trlcker were In
is to be watch nlghe sen--
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shangraw and
Unto children of Rlchford, and Mr. and
Mrs. CI. II. Whltcomb arid son. Fay, of
Enosburg. Tho Mlfses Dorothy and
Lucy Parker and Charles nnd Robert
Parker wero able to bo with their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Nnlt S. Parkor for
Christmas. Other Christmas visitors
here woro Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Boynton
of St. Albanu at Mrs. Louis Bombard's;
Richard Parker of Manchester, N. H..
at Mr .and Sirs. CaiI Parker'p; Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Doming and two children
nt rCr.TV York r!tv nnrl ITnmM IomJii!. t
Orleans at Darius Domlna; the Mlsse-
Gladys and Marjorln Klrknc-n at tho
p;lrsonage.-Chrltmas exorcises were
hcld ,n th( vii(ago hall Christmoa tve.
Training of tho children (Sim-Hi mo.-e-
painstaking caro and reflected tho great-
cst credit both uron the trainer, Mm
XRtt S. Paiker and the children.' After
the oxerclses tho prencntr. wore dlstrlbut-
ud. Mrs. Elsie Jnynes tu having treat-
ment at' tho ilarj Fletcher ho.pltal In
OuestH at Roy Fmnlcr'fi Sunday were
Roy and Anna Roberts of x Montgomery,
Guy Fravilor and Anna I!n-.Titoii of Cov
entry, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Boynton
of St. Albans. Christmas visitors nt
Austin McGrnlls were Mr. nnd Mrs. Wil
liam McGroIl and two children of Bak
ersflclh. Mr. and Mm Jack McOra.ll nnd
llttlson eon of Sheldon, Mrs. If. M. .Sy!v(t
tcr and two children and Mr. and Mr?.
JImnilo .McOralt of OVowa, Mich. Mr.
und Mrs. Guy Laplant of East Enosburu
xlsltcd Mrs. Laplant's parents. Mr. and
Mrs. B. II. Jcwett, Soturday and Sunday.
Guestn r.t II. 1 Jflwetfa Chr!st:iiaii
"!r0 Mr- r-nrJ s- D Jcwett
daughter. Blanche, of Montgomery
.iirs. uoriruoc iiniiey n jticuioru. .ur.
and Mrs. Frank Myntt and children of
Montgomery Center wore nt Fred Myott s
'unaay.-un account o.
the storm tho mall carrier on Route C
wn? unable to make his trip Mo-ifltty.
Mr. and Mm E. H. Truax, Mrs. Kev.v
Truax und Pago and Keith Truax of
Burlington Kpent Christmas with Mr. and
Mrs. S. P. Truax. Miss Luclle Gatos of
the University of Vermont is spending
the vacation at her home luro.-Mr.
.-ruiinjratuu ui nusiwi ,e ,,,t.iiuiiir, .
C. W. Gates has been spending a fow
days with his daughter, Mrs. M. H.
D2.vl, In Brookllno, Mass,, and with
friends In North Brookfleld. Prof, and
Mrs. John Dunlap and two cons visited
hor brother, R. J. Gates, Wednesday.
.Mr. and Mrs. Wlnslow Bowen and
daughter spent Chrif.tmn with her par-
ents. Mr. and itb. cross in Hwanton.
Grand Isle County
There will be a watch-night service at
the Union Church Friday night ns fol
lows: 8:50 to 9:00 o'clock, praise service
9:00 to 10:00, reports from the various
departments of the church, with short
addresses by local members; 10:00 to 10.30,
mil roll! 10:30 to 11:0). nodal hnur.- 11:00
to 12:00, address by tho Rev. G. Ernest
Bobbins, general secretary of the Vcr-
mont Sunday School association. The Ep-
worth League on Saturday evening will be
addressed by the Rev. G. Ernest Robblns.
There will be preaching Sunday morning
at 10:30 by the Rev. G. Ernest Robblns
with Sunday school t 11:30.
M". George Phelps and children, of
Milton visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
H. E. GriswoW, the last of tho week.
uueri mvrway uu mo tmiunm
returned to their home In Essex Junction
Tuesday after spending a fow days with
her paronta, Mr. and Mrs. Edson Cross.
-It la expected that the Rev. Mr. Rob-
bins will be hero this evening to attend
the watch night pervlco and will also
preach Sunday mornlng.-The Rov. and
Mrs. H. P. Sweet returned Tuesday eve-
ning after spending several uays wmi
1 t li,An Ih MntlBltll b
, ATRTTRn -
The wedding of Miss Theresa Martin
nnj victor Gervals took placo lost week
Wednesday morning at the Catholic
church, the Rev. J. M. Billon olflclatlng.
A weamng oreaKiasi was serveu at tne
home of the brlde'B brothers nnd tho
happy couple left on tho forenoon train
for a trip to Boston. All of the children
In tho family of W. B. Carpenter have
been 111 with tho grip. Mr. and Mrs.
C. C. Stata art- spending u week with
relatives In Farrand's Point, Ont.-Mr.
nnd Mrs. J. P. Lodd of Burlington were
guests of their son-in-law and daughter,
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Maurice, over Satur-
day and Sunday. Miss Cynthia Qoodsell
of Platt8burp.li, who has been traveling
through tho southern coast State, during
tho winter, is visiting relatives and
friends for a feu- days. Bhe expects to
loavo for Virginia the second week In
January. Mm V. II. Ellis of St. Albans
Is tho guest of her mother, Mrs, II. J.
- Young, und ulxter. Mrs. R. H. Roberts.
1 Mr. and Mm H. J. Darby went to Clar -
juneevillo to upend Saturday and Sunday
at the homo of Mr. and Mrs, Mnrshall
Young. Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Martin and
daughter, Lorralno, of Burlington worn
In town for ChrlstmHs at tho homes of
N. 1C. Martin nnd M. T. Molt.
Mrs. Harriet Duel reports that
on the 24th sho picked six pansles out
of doors and that on tho lGth her daugh-
ter-ln-law, Mrs. H. S. Klnnoy, picked,
a large hunch. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1-3.
Flynn went to Milton Saturday evening
to visit frlonds and returned Sunday.
Miss Liltlan E. Corso of East Orange.
E. L. Corse, Friday and together they
went to Rlchford for Christmas. Miss
Marlon Gordon returned to Enosburc
Falls Monday after spending a few days
with her mother, Mm Allco Gordon, anil
friends. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Lambort
were In Champlaln, N. Y., for Christmas.
visiting relatives In Malone, N. Y.-
" -wvi. a...
isawaru MCKean of Malono has been ina
guest of Gerald and Agnes Scribner ana
thoy will accompany him to his home to
day for a few days' stay.
Mrs. John H. Martin and daughter,
Grace, and little son Sidney, of Somer
vllle, Mass., are guests of Mrs. Martin's
Mrs. E. M.
and Mrs. M. W. Dodds.
Rockwell of Rouses Point,
1 N. Y spent Christmas with her sister.
Mrs. Charles Tudhopo, Mason Sickles re
turned Tuesday from Montreal, whoro h
spent Christmas with Mies Delete All
corn. Mrs. Fannto Clark and daughter,
Catherine, arc spending this week with
friends In Eden. Tho Rev. J. L. Wetlev,
a former pastor, has been a guest or
friends In town the pest weck.-Mm
Sherman Dodds Is spending the holiday
season with her son, n Sprlngfteld.' Mass!
a former pastor, has been a guest of
-The Christmas mall delivered from thm
postofflce was the largest In tho history
of tho office. Harvoy Dodds, Ernest
Ktor. l Waton,, Tnnu ottnrti tv.
iinnrn in aik. ;V. ,Z,t
meeting will be held In Methodist Church
this evening. Everybody Is welcome.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Duhamel spent
Christmas with Mrs. Duhamcl's parent.
Mr. and Mm John Knlht.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Prior of Spring,
field, Mass., have been spending several
days with the former's parents, Mr. and
Mm G. II. Prior. They will go to West
field for n short stay with Mr. Prlor'a
parent.", Mr. and Mrs. Amos Steams,
b'fore returning to their home. Mr. and
Mrs. C C. Brownoll came tho last of tha
week for a fow days' stay at the horn,
of tho latter'.-, father, H. A. Slayton. Miss
Mablo Bailey, principal of tho high school
at West Ilrattloboro, Is spending two
T.-eokK with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. H.
:. Bolloy of Maple street.-Mrs. Ella
Hoffman and Mls Madeline Welch of
springtluiu, .Mas?., nre spending some
timo with Mrs, Karl Fosr;. Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Towr.e wero recent visitors at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Davis of
llardwick. Mw, Fred Alnsworth has
been confined to the house for se-eral
days .suffering from a nevcre cold. Mr.
ani rs- Arthur Isham and daughter,
Hilda, went Saturday to Enosburg
ror a fp"- days. Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Hoardman of St. Albanr. have been
Eruests for several days at the home of
' t'19 lattcr's father, M. II. Boardman.
Morton Carr has returned to Hardwlck
' 'ifter Hpeudine; a few days with Charles
i Howard. G. E. Smith hm been confined
tn tha house for several da3 by Illness.
Miss Marion Slnytou of Slmmonds Col
lege, Boston, ia upending the holidays at
home, of her father, Dr. W. T. Slay
ton. Roger X. Blake of Burlington wafc
a Morris vlllo vilt:r ?.Iondny. A. L.
I'heney has bet-.i confined to the houss
for roveral days by Illness. Miss Lillian
Goodllffc, who teachcii In Stowe, Is spond--J.ijf
rhe holidays nt the home of her
brother, tho Rev. George E. Goodllffc
Judge G. M. Powers and Horace H.
Powais were In Hydo Park Monday to
bout- Jud?e Sherman R. Moulton's charge
to tho Jury in the Mudgett murder trial.
Mrs. Mary Towne vrent Monday to West
l'-rlln for a week's stay with her son.
Jame-i Towr.o. Nut Irish of West Point
of hi(4 amlti
of Nelson Irish, Is a guest
Mm George A. Morso, for
the holiday. Charles Howard of Proc
tor, !k vMtlnsr hl3 parents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Bernard Howard, of Wsburn uvonue.
T. Allard Drowne. who Is employed by
the Vermont Marble company at Proc
tor, ia spending the holidays with Ida
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Drowne.
H. K. Fam ham and family spent Satur
day and Sunday at Waterbury.
Hattlo Douglo&s, Red Cross Public health
nme. : as been spending several-days at
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at the home of her uncle, Dr. W. T. Slay-
ten. Bornard Preo of Berlin, N. II., spent
the week-end with Rae Schutt. On Mon
day morning they left-ton a basketball'
trip through New York, with a team
from Dean Academy. Mrs. Mary Camp
has been confined to tho h,ouso by Ill
ness for several days.
j Mrs. Abblo Lockwood, who had been
j seriously ill at the homo of Mr. und Mm
A. N. Adams of Hyde stroet for several
weeks, died Wednesday morning of
last week. The funeral was held Friday
afternoon at two o'clock at tho house.
The body was placed In the vault
until spring when It will bo taken to West
tleia for Interment.
Assistant Paymaster William ilest, u.
S. N with Mrs. Best. came Friday
morning to spend Christmas with tho
Rv- and 'Irs. W. T. Best. Mr. Best,
who has been stationed at Now York for
some time, sails Januarv t on the D'nk.
erson for a four months' cruise to South
America ana tho Canal Zone Among
those from Unlvoralty of Vermont who
have been spending tho holidays with
their parents nre tho Mlsces Floronca
Woodwnrd, Thelma Edmunds, Phyllis
Hill. Madeline Gate.". Eleanor Downnv
nnd Marv Batten. Mnssra. Mnvrlen Wur.
rcn, Raymond Warren, James Bllllnja
and h. Gatcs.-Mr. and Mrs. T. B. EI1I
h.ivn conn tr. Ottawa. Out., for , t-
W0ks stay with tho former's sister.
Mm. r.. v.. p.irnn.-Mr. nnd Mr r:n..
Neuland of Elmore street went Friday to
Randolph to remain over Sundav.-Mm
pavld Brown of Elmore street Is 111 with
bilious grlp.-Horaco H. Powers ot Har-
vard Law g,,,., Cambridge, Mass.,
camo lYlday to. spend Christmas with hl
Mrs p0W0r8 Joined h.r husband Ira.-
I . .
I Monday for a fow days stay. Mr. anil
Mrs. R. W. Eaton and son, Renwick, of
Boston camo Friday to spend tho holl-
days with relatives. They nro at prcsont
. stopping at W. I. LcBaron's on Mapla
street. Rao Schutt, who in attending
Dean Academy at Franklin, Mass., ia
ppcnaing iwo wccks wiin ins parents,
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Schutt. William
Mrachnin of Mldlcbury College is spend
Ing 10 days at tho homo of his parents.
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Meachara. MUa
Bessie Ryder, who tcachea In Bam la
spending two weeks with her parsnts.
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Ryder. Mm E. T.
Ryder has returned home from St. Johns
bury, whero she haa bean spending mv-
eral days with friend.. Miss Ell.n Blah.
op, clerk at the lqcal freight office, spent
Christmas at her homo In Johnson.-.
Leon II. Manahan, Bt. J. 4 L. C. station
agent, spent Christmas day at his homt
In East Fairfield. Miss Thelma Hoyt,
who Is attending tha Bay Path Institute
at Springfield, Mass., Is spending th
holidays with Mr. and Mrs. F, O. Lunt.-
i Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Palmer of St. Johns
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