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DECEMBER 29, 1922
THE MIDDLEBURY REGISTER, MIDDLEBURY, VT.
Carlton Allis' baby lias been quite ill.
Mrs. Woods is confined to the bed
with a hard cold.
Mr. Collier is ill at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Gene Hewitt.
Mrs. Levi Leno is in Middlebury at
work for Miss Betsey Buttles.
Mrs. Harold Reed ' of Dummerston
was a guest of Miss Ilattie Day
The Club supper that was servetl
Wednesday afternoon added S12.70 to
Miss Ross, Dean of the College, is
with her mothcr, Mrs. Eleanor Ross,
for her vacation.
B. G Peck and family spent Christ
mas in Middlebury with Mrs. Charles
Morgan and family.
Miss Hazel Durant went to- Fanny
Allen hospital Thursday to be operated
on for appendicitis.
Miss Eugenia Terrill had her tonsils
removed Tnesday. She is doing as
well as can be expected.
Mrs Emogene Spencer went to Bur
lington to consnlt Dr. Allen Tuesday,
for treatment for a had ankle.
Lawrence Dolan of Boston, Mass., is
spending the holidays with his parents,
Mr and Mrs. Elsworth Dolan.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Rttssell and her
mother spent Christmas day in Bristol
with their son, Albert, and wife.
Ivan Kirby started Tuesday for
Gloversville, X. V., to visit his sister,
Mrs. Charles Church, and family.
Mrs. James Malaney of Ticonderoga,
N Y., spent Christmas with her sister.
Mrs Winfield Penniman, and faniily.
The Ladies' Aid society will hold
their next meeting at the Club Iiall
January 5th. Dinner will be served to
which all are invited.
Mr. and Mrs Frank Cashner, who
tmL. I . i':
this town to have a Hap
py New Year. We want every
pocketbook in this town to
grow fatter instead of leaner
as the months go by. Let us
help you save monuy.
Our work gres lastin
T WILL take this opporttinity to thank you all for your
very liberal patronage in the past year and to wish yoxi
all a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year.
We have a few staple products left that we will make a
very special price on before taking inventory:
Come in and look theni over andsee if there isn't some
thing in this line that you can use.
E. E. ROSS,
TJIE OltOVISG STOHK
Telcplionc 83-2 lUcrcliniits Row middlebury Vt
and Best Wishes for
the New Year
S. B. AINES
IN E. V. CUSIIMAN'S DRY ROODS STORE BASEMENT MIDDLEHURY
XTOU probably found you were short of PHOTOGRAPHS when
Christmas was over. If you need a few more we can now give
WHERE QUALITY COMES FIRST
have been efnployed at the College
dormortories for three months, have
returned to their home here.
Henry Hodges of Washington, D. C,
spent Christmas vacation with his
fathcr, George Hodges, and family.
There werc 31 at the Christmas dinner.
Miss Minnie Hayden, toacher of mu
sic at the College, and her mother,
Mrs. Hayden, are spending the holi
days with her sister, Mrs. Lou Worden
Miss Marion Elmer 'of Plamhurg,
N. Y., and Miss Genevieve Elmer of
Hartford, Conn., cre spending thf hol
idays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Douglas went to Hanover. X.
H., Saturday to spend a few days with
his sister and her husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Hunt Wilcox. It will be remem
bered by many here that Mr. Wilcox
ran the grist mill for several years. He
is now confined to his bed or wheel
chair with rheumatism. Mr Douplas
returned home Wednesday.
Guy Treadway and family j'cnt
Sunday at Victor Beatte's.
George Anderson is clerking ior Mr.'
A. K. Ward at the Center.
Misses Marguerite and Helen Mun
ger are visiting at Alfred Aines
Charley Blair spent Saturday and
Sunday with relatives in Middlebury
Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Osborne and
son, Gordon, were in Brandon Tues
day. Miss Pearl Cotter is spending the
holidays with her mother, Mrs Eutine
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Sweno: .-.r.c!
family spent Christmas at Mrs ?ver.
or's father, John Swenor's, in .hcre
If you ivant prompi ser
vice and economical prices
in cleaning, pressing and
altering, also fur repairino,
62 Main St. Middlebury
Start January 2, 1923, at the
Albany Business College
Other Courses every Monday
of the year.
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GARNELL & IIOIT.
Albany, N. .
WOOL SETS, (3 only
Cap, Sweater, Mittens
Harry Eells of Cornwall spent a few
days the first of the week with his
aunt, Mrs. J. H. Howe.
Mrs. Efiie Walker of Middlebury is
visiting this week at the home of her
sister. Mrs. T. S. Dukett.
Mrs. Emma Wolcott was in Middle
bury at the home of her son, Guy F.
Wolcott Sunday and Monday.
Dr. I. P. Sharon of Shoreham was
called Sunday in council with Dr. F. C.
Phelps for S. J. Cooke, who is ill with
Schools in town closed las't Friday
for a two weeks' vacation. Most of
the schools had Christmas trees and
the usual cxercises.
Franklin G. Williams of State Col
lege, Pa., has been spending the past
ten days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. H. K. Williams.
Ralph Hutchison returned Tuesday
to Schencctady, N. Y., after spending
a few days with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. T. II. Hutchison.
Mrs W. W. Dukett, who has been ill
with pneumonia, is gaining slowly. Her
sister, Miss Florence Ileustis of Spring
iield, Mass., is caring for her.
Mr. and Mrs. Forrest G. Myrick of
Portlaud, Maine, are spending the
Christmas vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Myrick.
A. J. S. Dukett and daughter, Al
thea, of Townshend camc Sunday and
remained until Thursday with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Dukett.
The sermon next Sunday at the
Bridport church will be a New Vear's
one. Thc cvening services will be
omitted for a few weeks on account of
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wolcott and son
and Mr. and Mrs. T. II. Nadeau spent
Christmas with Mr and Mrs. C. L.
Parrish and Mrs. Emma Gibbs of Mid
dlebury. Miss Ruth Dukett, who- attends
Wallingford High school and lives with
her aunt, Mrs. C. N. Foote, is with her
parents, Mr. and .Mrs. W. W. Dukett,
for the holidays.
C. L. Payne is confined to his home
from injuries received when a team
with which he was drawing hay bc
carac frightcned by snow falling from
the bam roof, and ran a short distance.
Mr. Payne was thrown from the sleigh
and suffered a badlv sprained shoidder.
The Busy Bee Club had a Christ
mas tree last Saturday afternoon at
the home of their leader, Miss Eliza
beth Hamilton. Eight girls ycre pres
ent and they enjoycd a very happy af
ternoon witli games. Supper was serv
td, the table l)eing decorated with the
Christmas tree and green and red
'crepe paper, and the girls exchanged
There was a basket ball gaine Mon
!av night at the Grange hall between
the Crescent team of Ticonderoga, NT.
V., and the local M. W. A. team. It
was a fast and exciting game resulting
;n the score 12 to 10 in favor of M. W.
A. team. The line-up for the M. W.
A. team was: Center, Pidgeon for the
rirst half, F. G. Myrick for the second
half; Giard and K. Myrick, forwards;
Delphia and Cooke, guards.
The C. I. C. met at the hoine of the
Misses Ireue and Elizabeth Woodbury
Wednedav evening with 1.1 membcrs
vre-riit. Tlie oflicers for the next year
Ai-re eleCted as follows: President,
Harlow Chandler; Vice President, Miss
irene Woodbury; Sccretary, Miss Ruth
?;.yiie; Trca.Mirer, Wallace Payne. The
'ticial committee is Mary Iiennett,
Klszal ct h Woodbury, and Harold Nor
ton, and the membership committee is
l.eon Hlacklock, Irene Woodbury and
Helen Bcnnett. Rcfresliments were
erved and ri pleasant time enjoyed.
Grange Holds Meeting
Grange meeting was held Tuesday
tvening. The third and fourth degrees
were given two candidates and the fol
lowing program was given: Vocal solo,
M. T. Wolcott; paper, "Shall we have
the Pay as We Go Road Policy or
Bond the State," C. J. Barbour; vocal
dnet, Mrs. J. G. Sunderland and Mrs.
T. H. Ilutcliison; a talk on the exem
plifying of the graces, H R. Palmer;
male ciuartet, Rev. R. A. Burn, M. T.
Wolcott, Harlow Chandler and Russell
P.-att; character sketch, J. G. Petty.
The resular meeting of the Grange
was held Thursday eveniiiR.
Mrs. Lena Atwood of Middlebury
visited at Harold Selleck's Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Selleck have
leturned to Brandon after visiting
their son, Harold Selleck, and family.
Wallace Sawyer, a student at the
New Hampshirc State College, is
pending the holidays with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Will Sawyer.
George Sabin, Robert Selleck, E. J.
Foster and son, Roy, of Rutland and
Clyde Selleck of New York city werc
in town Sunday to attend thc funeral
0: Mrs. Bucklin.
Christmas cxercises were hild in the
dn'ierent schools Friday afternoon and
tvening, and a community tree at the
Hall with exercises by the children
Mrs. Sarah Jane Bucklin, 7S, wife of
Nathaniel Bucklin, died at her home
Indav afternoon after a brief illness.
Mrs. Bucklin was born in Sudbury and
was the daughter of Columbus and
Mariettc Genson Selleck. Besides her
husband she is survived by a daughter,
Miss Addie Bucklin, and four sons,
Charles E., of Pratt, Kansas, Dr. C. F
of Sawyer, Kan., and Herbert and John
cf this town; four sistcrs, Mrs. E. J
Foster of Rutland, Mrs. Sybil Buttles
nd Miss Alice Selleck of Brandon,
and Mrs. Camille Kill)our of Sudbury;
two brothers, Charles of Brandon and
Erskine of Onarga, 111. The funeral
was held at her late home Sunday af
ternoon at two o'clock. Rec. Mr.
Crcssley officiated. Burial was in the
' A pleasant Christmas gathenug was
held at the home of F. D. Manchester
Monday. The house was tastefully
decorated for the occasion and thc
table seated 17. After a bountiful din
r.er Santa arrived and made the six
children, as well as the 'grown ups, very
, happy. Those present licsides the fam
dy were Representative and Mrs. L. V. '
' Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. James Douglas
f f Cornwall, W. F. Goodrich and fam
ily of Salisbury, Charles Elmendorf
from Peekskill Military Academy and
Mrs. James Thompson and son of
T alton, England.
Mrs. C. N. North is ill.
Willie Waite was home for Christ
mas. H. E. Fairchild is visiting friends in
Montpelier and Barre.
Miss Elsie Baldwiu was home from
Brandon for Christmas.
Mrs. Anna Tottingham is with
friends in Middlebury.
John Russell of Troy, N. Y., has
been a recent visitor in town.
Miss Helen Church of Middlebury
College is home for the vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Moore and E. II.
Moore were at the Brandon Inn Mon
day. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Caswell are pass
ingi a few days with friends in Middle
bury. Henry Leonard of Cleveland, Ohio, is
a guest of his mother and brother, Eu
Mr. and Mrs. C. E Dickenson are
passing a few days with friends in
Hucvelton, N Y.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Scott of Bur
lington and Julius Baker of Brandon
are guests at W. G. Larrabee's.
Frank Meehan, who is teaching in
Westcrn York State, is 1 spending the
holidays with his mother, Mrs. B.
J. C. Wisell, who recently underwcnt
an operation at the Moses Hospital,
; Ijconderoga, N. Y., is reported to be
1 doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holmes and
two daughters, Marjorie and Loraine,
of Burlington are guests of their par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Holmes.
I Mr. and Mrs. Clois Norton of Brid
port, Mr. and Mrs. Moore and Mr. and
Mrs. Goss of Middlebury were with
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell,
Sullivau, on Christmas day.
Mr. and Mrs. Brown of Saxton's
, River, Harold of Tufts College and
Reginald of Bay Path Institutc were
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.
Farnham, for the holiday vacation.
1 Mr. and Mrs. J. L. DeWitt and R.
II. Preble entertained 12 people at din
ner Monday. Among the out of town
guests were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence
, DeWitt and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob De
Leeu of Cornwall and William Brilyea
Christmas exercises were given by
thc pupils of thc Village school as fol
lows: Sileut Night, Victrola; I Won
dcr, Kenneth Nelson; Why, Joseph
Duffany; Shy Santa Claus, Helen
Coursey; Bells, Angeline Duffany; A
Christmas Carol, Patricia Nelson; Thc
Sweetest Bells, Myrton Waters; Over
heard at Christmas, Dora Cary; Song,
Doris Coursey and Kenneth Nelson;
I'd Like to Know, Floyd I.anglois;
Santa's Lunch, Ilattie McCabe; I
Want to be a Santa Claus, Chester
Dudley; Merry, Merry Bells, Ruth
Sullivau, Patricia Nelson; Recitation,
Esther Douglas; The Christmas Stars,
Willard Coursey; A Christmas Drcam,
PupMls from the Primary room; Rather
Hard, Marion Waite; I'd Rather Have,
Franklin Baldwin; Motion Song, by
four girls; The Chimney's Size, Arthur
Leonard ; The Christmas Tree, Frcd
Cary; The Christmas Star, Patricia
Nelson; Hark thc Ilerald Angel's Sing,
Victrola; What the Reindeer Did,
Pupils from Primary room ; Santa
Claus' Cnusins, Mildred Water.s; Get
ting a Christmas Tree, Riehard Cour
sey; The Turkey's Lament, Rutli Bald
win; Grandpa, Harry Duffany; A
Present for Santa, Doris Coursey;
Christmas Shnpping, Ethel Leonard;
Christmas Eve, Felix Dupris; Good
Night, Ruth Snllivan. At the close of
the exercises Santa Claus appearcd
with a large well lllled bag and pre
sented each child with a present
1 Grange Meeting
' The following oflicers were elected
at the annual meeting of the Grange
Dec. 22: Master, Henry Belden; Over
seer. Wm. Anderson; Lecturer, Mrs. S.
R. Withercll; Steward, Russell Easton;
Assistant Steward, S. T. Lapham;
Chaplain, Rev. J. R. Nelson; Trcas.,
Mrs. Belden; Sec, Miss Maria Ward;
Gatekeeper, M. P. Cook; Ceres, Mrs.
Addie Walker; Pomona, Mrs. M. P.
Cook; Flora, Mrs. Church; L. Ass't
Steward, Mrs. Lapham; Pianist, Mrs.
Nelson. The installation of officers
will be held the evening of Jan. 12.
! Principal S. D. Miner of Danby is
, visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.
1 Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Hatton and two
' sons of Swampscott, Mass., are visit
ing her mother, Mrs. E. W. Brijgs.
Welden Wattcrs has returned to
Boston after spending several days
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H.
Watters, at the Braisin farm.
I Miss Mabel Rising, who teaches
school in Connecticut, is spending her
holidav vacation with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. E. R. Rising, of Pearl street.
I Miss Elsie Miner of Boston is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L.
Miner of Franklin street, and has as
her guest, Miss Mildred Sunderland of
A new ornamental street light has
been placed on the triangle near the
Methodist church by W. W. Miller of
Chicago in mcmory of his brother, the
late E. W. Miller.
Tliat's about all.
LEROY C. RUSSELL
MIDDLEBURY : VT.
Card of Thanks
I desire to thank the following, W. J.
Wood, Myrick Bros., Lewis Hanfield,
George Kidder, Fillioe's Bakery,
Hcaly's, Gorham & Sons, James Con
don and E. E. Ross for their contribu
tions of bacon, oranges, nuts, candy,
jelly, cakc and bread to help fill bas
kets for the poor at Christmas time.
Mrs. E. E. Ross,
Social Service Committee
Send at once for a phy
sician, but begin imme
treatment with Vicks. This
does not intcrfere with ony
internal medication tlicdoctor
Ocer 17 Mlll'onjars UseJ Yearty
4 3-4 Per Cent
Interest at the rate of 4 3-4 per cent per year will be paid
to Depositors in our Savirigs Department for the period
ending December3i, 1922.
This Bank has paid interest at the rate of 4 3-4 per cent
per year since July i, 1921.
This rate of interest can be paid by this Bank with safety
to its Depositors and safety to the Bank.
The strong financial condition of this Bank makes this
THE BURLINGTON TRUST COMPANY
SALE NOW ON
A Pre-Inventory Olearance
35 PER CENT DISCOUNT
COATS, SUITS. DEESSES
and SILK BLOUSES
COATS WITH AND WITHOUT FUR COLLARS
That were S32.00 Now S24.00
Crepe-de-Chine Hlouses in tan, grey, black, navy, brown and bobolink.
GeorRette Blouses in hrown, black, white and flesh.
That were S5.75 Now S4.25
" " 6.00 " 4.50
" 7.75 " 5.75
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That were S30.00 Now S22.7S
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" 25.00 " 18.75
" 18.00 " 13.50
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