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THE CITIZEN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 191 2.
On Saturday afternoon, October
26, the spelling contest for the
schools of Palmyra was held at tho
11111 srhool and was In chargo of Miss
Kathryn Gibbons, district chairman.
Miss Nelllo McAndrew, principal of
tho Lincoln school at Olyphant and
John P. Flynn, secretary of the Pal
unyra school board, acted as judges.
Tho written contest was a tie be
tween Mary Kolley and Joseph Bo
land. Tho oral contest was won by
Homer Sandercock, who was acci
dentally shot In the left arm while
hunting .1 few weeks ago, underwent
.1 skin grafting operation at the
Burns hospital In Scranton last
Thursday. Skin was taken from his
thigh and pjaccd over tho wound
which had nearly healed. At the
same time he was operated upon for
appendicitis, having suffered a severe
nttack a few days previous.
(Special to The CltUen.)
Hamlin, Nov. 4.
A party consisting of F. A. Peet,
Miss Elma Peet, Robert Spangenbcrg,
Miss Florence Spangenbcrg, Charles
Howe, V. H. Alt, J. T. Stocker, C.
L. Simons, G. O. Glllett, Dr. O. J.
Mullen, Mrs. Marlon Franc nnd Miss
Grace Franc journeyed to Scranton
on Wednesday of last week to hear
Governor Johnson's speech.
H. C. Pelton has been quite 111
for the past week with a severe cold.
He is now somewhat improved.
B. F. Hamlin has been cdnfined
to his bed for the past few days, and
is not yet able to be about.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Simons are
visiting at C. L. Simons' but depart
ed on Monday for Montana
where they will make their home.
They will be accompanied by Mrs.
Calvin Sampson of Ariel.
Mrs. Van Tassel, who has been
making an extended visit at Robert
Spangengerg's, returned to her home
in West Orange, N. J., this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Solon Peet, of New
Rochelle, N. Y., are visiting at F. A.
W. A. Van Sickle's sale on
Thursday last, was well attended.
The L. A. S. of the M. B. church
held a pie social in the I. O. O. F.
hall on Hallowe'en.
Dr. O. J. Mullen visited Newfound
alnd this week for the purpose of
examining the pupils in the school
Rev. O. G. Russell is holding
special meetings at Little Chapel.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stocker enjoy
ed a drive to Honesdale on Tuesday
The preliminary spelling contest
of Salem township was held In the
school .house here on Friday last.
The winners were 'Margaret Jones,
East school, and Hazel Lyman, Bid
The Independent Book club met
on Friday, Nov. 1st, with Mrs. Man
The members of Salein Grange
partook of a chicken supper at their
regular meeting, Nov. 1.
Miss D. P. Hamlin Is at Hackotts
town, N. J.
A company of surveyors aro work
ing In this vicinity nnd staying at
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Sterling, Nov. fi.
Oak Smith, of Angels, has been
assisting tho Sterling Water Co. to
erect their C01 feet tower for tho
wind mill that is to pump up a
crystal stream of puro fresh water
from tho bowelB of tho earth and we
hope It will bo a bucccss.
On Oct. 30, In Stroudsburg, Miss
Ethel McLaln and Wlnflold Hinellne
wero married. Congratulations.
Edward Animorman of Gravity,
was tho guest of his brother, L. F.
Anmicrmnn last Sunday.
H. E. Frlck was a Juryman last
week and was on tho Hubbard case.
Mrs. Salllo Stevens is now living
In a part of Geo, M. Stevens' house.
Mrs. F. II. Cross is spending a few
days at her father's.
At tho oratorical contest held at
Ariel Inst Frldny night wo are pleas
ed to note that Jerald Butler nnd
Olive Simons wero tho winners. Now
we presume there will bo tho usual
storming and kicking.
Annie Auble is assisting Mrs. John
Glllner in her household duties.
On tho 29th Rev. Webster and
family returned from his visit with
Maryland friends and preaclied as
usual on Sunday. Wo wero all
pleased to have service again.
For Some time past Archie Me
gargle has been living at Chlcopee
Falls, Mo., but is now visiting friends
in tills section.
Geo. J. Zcigler, assisted by W. W.
Stevens, Is rebuilding the lower stone
wnll at the M. E. cemetery.
Mrs. S. N. Cross returned last
week from a fortnight's visit with
her daughter, Mrs. W. B. Lesher, in
lly, Alvin Holfold, Mrs. Fred Prey,
and family, Mrs. J. Williams, Mrs.
Chns. Neal, Mrs. M. Fulloborn and
daughter, Mrs. O. Schwartz and Mr.
nnd Mrs. Fred Mclntlro and daugh
ter. Everybody reported a flno time
and hopo It will Improvo tho school
nnd Sunday school by having an or
gan. Mrs. 11. Wood died at tho homo
of her son, Harry Wood, Sunday
morning at a quarter past eight, of
heart falluro-and dropsy. The fun
oral was private on account of small
pox. Mrs. Goorgo Branning returned
homo Frldny after visiting relatives
at Montclnlr, N. J.
Bud Branning hns been doing
some shingling at Frank Ilrannlng's.
Georgo Branning is also putting new
roofs on his buildings.
Tho sale of Mrs. Max Holfold's
Wednesday, Oct. 30, was well attend
ed. Mostly everything was sold,
such as llvo stock, farm utensils,
chickens, hay, straw, grain and also
some furniture. Mrs. Max Holfeld
and son will mako their futuro home
In Now York on account of the sud
den death of her husband.
James Ryder Is quarantined In at
the homo of Harry Wood and also
tno family for smallpox.
E. Miller's suit which was tried
last week, was cut short as Mr. Mil
ler pleaded guilty to selling Intoxi
cated drinks without a license. Ho
was given thirty days In jail, fifty
dollars fine and pay tho costs.
(Special to Tli Citizen.)
Inglehart, Nov. 5.
The social held at the East Ber
lin school house Hallowo'en night
was attended by a large crowd. The
young people had great sport fishing
and grabbing for prizes. The grab
bag and fish pond were both success
ful after which thirty-one boxes
were sold by Fred Mclntire as auc
tioneer; also home-made candy and
soft drinks were sold. Tho sum
which was collected by school di
rector, Wm. Perkins, was ?50.92
which will go toward buying an or
gan for the school and Sunday
school. All of those who were
present at tho social: Mrs. F. Bran
ning and family, Mr. and Mrs. H,. S.
Whitmore and daughter, Mrs. J.
Stewart and son, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Wood and daughter, Ben Branning,
Millard Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Chas.
Wood and family, Lillian Brinkman,
Elsie Brauser, Pearl, Marion and
John Apple, Mrs. H. Hill and fam
ily, Chas. and William Case, Wm.
Perkins and son, Mr. and MrskChas.
Gevert and family, A. Gregory and
family, Lewis and Leonard Troop,
Frederick Wegst, Mathow Frey, Mr.
and Mrs. William Norwlck and fam-
(Speclnl to Tho Citizen l
Newfoundland, Nov. 5.
Hunters, hunters, the woods aro
full of them.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bird visited
Mr. Bird's sister at Mountain Home
Edward Gearhart cut his leg sev
erely while working in tho woods
The Newfoundland Glee Club made
a trip to Lchlghton Saturday to sing
at an entertainment held there.
Richard Bartleson bought at pub
lic auction the property of tho laic
Mrs. Carrie' Voesto transacted
business in Scranton last week.
(Special to Tho Citizen.)
Bethany, Nov. 5.
Mrs. Elmer Faatz an"d' mother,
Mrs. T. J. Hoar, spent several days
recently in Carbondale.
I. J. Many spent last week In
Scranton with Mr. and Mrs. Judson
Noble. Mr. and Mrs. Noble have re
moved from Scranton and stored
their furniture in tho Many home.
Charles King, of California, who
resided liere twenty years ago; came
Friday to" visit his cousin, Mrs. J. J.
Hauser, and also called on friends
among them Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Faatz and' Mr. and Mrs. Judson
Faatz. Mr. King left here when a
school boy to go to Chicago to live
with an uncle and has traveled ex
The Presbyterian Ladles' Aid will
serve a luncheon at the home of Mrs.
Ernest Bodle on Thursday,, Novem
ber 7, at noon. All are wejeonie.
Election of ofllcers of the Ladles'
Mrs. Fred Hauser was taken with
a severe cold during tho week, bord
ering on pnoumonln. Miss Manning
was cnllcd to attend her. At this
writing Mrs. Hauser Is out of dan
ger. Miss Elizabeth II. Gilchrist re
turned from Wllkes-Barro Saturday
after an extended visit with relatives
Rev. Prltchard will hold meetings
in tho Prompton I'resbytorian
church for tho next two weeks.
(Jpeclal to The Citizen "
Dreher, Nov. E.
Mrs. Efflo Atherton and son, Ray
mond, havo go no to Boston, Mass.,
whero Mrs. Atherton's husband is
now locnted and where she expects
to visit for a month. Mr. Atherton
Is a 'mariner on one of the U. S.
Floyd Gclslcr recently in tho em
ploy of an ice company in Newark,
N. J., camo home last week and will
assist his father, Georgo Zcigler, at
mason work. Mr. Zelgler is erecting
a stone and concrete wall around tho
cemetery of tho .M. E. church, Sterl
ing. H. B. Smith Is having a now barn
erected at the Newfoundland Hotel.
The building Is raised and nearly
ready for the roof.
David II. m so has his new house at
Angels well under way and expects to
have it under roof this fall.
Leonard Akers Is excavating a
foundation for a now dwelling house.
Arthur Akers Is adding another
story to his dwelling house.
Raymond Hause is substitute mail
carrier on R. D. Route No. 1 from
Misses Verna Hazelton and Mamie
Hause were on a shopping trip to
Scranton on November 2.
Wm. Mole is slowly recovering
from injuries received recently, when
a ladder on which he was picking
apples, fell backward. He was in
jured quite severely. Dr. Simons Is
Chris. Woltjon's family has moved
from Drehor to the Fred Seig farm
located in Greentown, Pike county,
and purchased by Mr. Woltjen's two'
sons, Wallace and Marvin.
Geo. L. Waltz, veteran and post
master, has for some time been af
flicted with eczema and confined to
Hard frozen ground and plenty of
ice wefe evidences" of coming winter
in this" locality on Nov. 3.
The Paupack Power company
has engineers surveying a transmis
sion line to carry its power to Lu
zerne and Lackawanna counties. It
is stated that the largo dam on the
Paupack river at Wilsonvllle, near
Hawley, fa about completed ami when
IX is so, power can be furnished to
all tho surrounding counties.
Tho M. E. Sunday school has
changed tho hour of holding Us
meetings from 2:30 p. in. to 10:30 a,
m. The Eplscopals havo changed
tho tlino of holding their services
of both S. S. and preaching to tho
nftornoon. By so doing It gives
those who wish to tho privilege of
attending services elsewhere In (ho
Joseph Swnrtz, of Red Ridge farm,
spent Inst week with Honesdale rel
atives. Fred Swartz and Geo. Mcnnctt,
of Honesdale, were visitors at tho
Rod RIdgo farm on Saturday last.
John Mullen was tho guest of
Carley Brook friends on Sunday.
Several from this placo mado a
business trip to Hawley on Saturday
Laura Ham returns to Scranton to
day where she will re-enter the
Scranton Business College.
Samuel Noble oi Fallsdalo, spent
last week with his cousin, Joseph
Buckingham, of tho Chestnut Grove
Miss Dexter, of Honesdale, was a
recent guest of Mrs. May Richmond.
William Gray, who has spent near
ly three years In tho West, Is visit
ing relatives nnd friends here.
Francis Williams, who has been
assisting J. W. Spry during the past
summer, 1ms returned to his home at
Colo and Johns havo erected their
mill and begun work. Mr. Miller Is
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Decker re
turned Monday from a few days' stay
at C'larkes Green, where they were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard
Indian Orchard, Nov- 5.
Mrs. Wm. Avery entertained the
Ladies' Guird on Thursday latxt. A
good time was enjoyed by all. The
next meeting will bo held at the
home of Mrs. Rebecca Leftwich.
(Special to The Citizen.)
Gouldsboro, Nov. G.
Hallowe'en was colebrated here in
many ways. A large party was given
by the Misses Annie and Mabel Flow
er at the home of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. William Flower, at which
prizes were awarded Misses Eliza
Simons and Miss Thomas. The Wide
Awake Dancing club gave a masquer
ade dance at Soloman's hall. The
Misses Mabel an-d Lillian Hawk gave
a party in honor of Miss Eliza Simons
who Is clerking at the Water Gap
and was home for a few days' visit
with her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Simons.
Mr. and Mrs. George Trltchler gave
a dance at their West End home.
Mrs. M. A. Adams of Glen Falls,
N. Y., is spending some time with
her sister, Mrs. S. A. Adams, at
R. W. Balcom, who lias been
spendfng several months at Ports
mouth, Va looking after tho install
ing of the machinery and starting of
machines In tho largo factory re
cently built there by the' Lay & Bal
com Mfg. Co., has returned home.
Mr. and Mrs. William Matthews,
Jr., of Scranton, who have been
spending some time with Kls parents
at Woodlawn, havo returned' home.
Mrs. J. M, Smeltzer and' son, Lu
ther, of Lebanon, who are spending
some time with her mother;. Mrs. S.
S. Hager, are now the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. S. W. Eilenberger.
' 'Mr. and Mrs. David Eilenberger
entertained on Sunday Mrs. Wright
and son of FactoryvJllo and
Ruth Smith of Nicholson.
Clifton Orango dedicated their
hum ut iJuuiKu uien on d.uui
There was a largo attendance.
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