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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1920
J. . t Bigger and better than ever
;. s More electric lights and larger dance platform.
One ton of Confetti
Twenty-four piece Band, Vaudeville Acts,
In reality, a two ring cir cus with elevated stage '
Following Acts .-. '
Candlin and Jenks,
the boys with the elec
tric feet in their whirl
ing, turling, swirling,
original dance act.
Watch Jack and his
Boy Scouts in Military
LAST BUT NOT LEAST
A local man has guaranteed the management to break Mr. Duncan's automo
bile jump record. He will be handicapped in two ways. First by doing this at
night instead of day time. -Furthermore, he will do it with an old 1910 Maxwell.
He is under contract with the management and must be there without fail.
Come and sing, dance, eat, and forget the H?C. L.
Free admission to dancing floor and grandstand
Caledonia County Fair
': ST. JOIINSBURY, VERMONT
Under the management of
Grand Opening Parade
Bostock's Riding School
and Circus Riding
Here is an equestrian
act that is called one of
the prettiest ever stag
ed, with some beautiful
horses plus some good
Sherwood Aerial Act
An incomparable sensa
tion, The daring artist who
defies the laws of gravi
tation in his leap for
With his three wild
lions recently captured
in the wilds of Walden
and exhibited in an es
Keep the ctiildren at a
Happy Hooligan and his
Educated Roller Skates.
Released for the oc
casion from the New
York Hippodrome. Al
Blue Jay Tramp
On the last lap of
their 8,000 mile tour will
Warble strains from
Carmen to Oh By Jingo !
Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Randall arc in
Boston this week.
L. B. Brown and sons, Kyle T.
Brown of Lunenbuif and B. I.
Brown of Florence, S. C, spent La
bor Day in St. Johnsbury.
Mr. and Mrs, Ed. Twomb'.y have
returned from camn at Joe's Pond.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Hodges and
two sons of Florence, S. C, are
guests of Mrs. 1). W. Fales this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Folsom vis
ited Mr and Mrs. A. S. Bartlatt fit
the base of Mt. Washington last week
and made the ascent of Mt. Washing
ton. I Miss Avis King spent the last of
I the week with friends in West Burke
I and motored through the Mountains,
I Mr. and Mrs. William Wright are
! home from Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold V. a!Ker arc
the parents of a daughter, Patricia
Fay, born Sept. 2.
F. M. Gould and daughter of Bur
lington are guests of Mr. und Mrs.
Mrs. Frank Constantino and Ida
returned from a visit with Shcr
brooke friends recently.
Wednesday with Mrs. T. H. Lystcr
at 03 Concord avenue.
John H. Borland has just returned
to New York city from a business
trip to Europe.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Scribncr and
Dorothy and Warner Scribncr, re
turned Monday evening from an
automobile trip through the north
ern part of the state.
Miss Mamie Wright, who has spent
Hie summer at Littleton, has returned
iu me nomc oi i. j. wougnion.
Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Pearl and
daughter returned to Burlington Sun-
t.... ri l - tj:..i i
wiu mi.--, viuuius xiAuy nave
returned from a trip through Mas
sachusetts and New Hampshire.
Miss Florence Sealcv is home from
the New York and Boston markets.
Miss Loi.s J. Ricker of Portsmouth,
N. H., is visitinf her grandmother,
Mrs. William Parks.
Miss Ina Clark is takinc a four
weeks' vacation from her work at
the Lougce & Smythe store. Mrs.
Clarence Bennett is assisting there
A. B. Dow's real estate agency has
sold the Badger house in Arlington
for M. C. Garfield to Allen McKit
trick. Joe Relation's barber shop will be
open every Thursday afternoon.
Frank H. Brooks and family have
returned from Christmas Cove, Mo.,
where they have spent the past two
months at their summer home.
Miss E. Charlcna Herbert, who has
! heen visiting her mother, Mrs. J. K.
Herbert, returned Saturday to Attle
boro, Mass., where she is teaching
Frank P. Brown of Boston, one of
the veteran stamp dealers of NewlC. Healcy property on Orchard
England, was a visitor to St Johns
bury Wednesday and especially inter
ested in looking at the stamn collec
tion at the Museum and visiting with
some' of the local stamp collectors.
Apollo Lodge, No. 2, K. of P., have
received their new furniture and it
is now installed in their Castle Hall
on Main street. They have recently
purchased a new pool table for the
club and this with the new furniture
makes it one of the best equipped
lodges in town.
M. Guy Garfield of Stannard is in
town on a business trip. Mr. Gar
field was formerly employed at the
Mr. and Mrs. William Colby have
moved from the Y. M. C. A. build
ing to a tenement on Green street.
Alexander Ilculcy of Springfield,
Mas:;., has been here visiting friends
and is now attending Sherbrooke
' Rev. and Mrs. F. B. Richards re
turned Wednesday from Intervale, N.
H., where they have spent the last
part of their vacation.
The clever, story by Mrs. Laura
Chadbourne Puffer of St. Johnshurv
. entitled "Mary and Her Dear Piano,"
! which recently appeared in the John
I Martin Magazine has been reprinted
uy L,yon xieaiy ot Chicago in an
attractive booklet as a part of their
The board of civil authority will
hold special sessions to place the
names of women on the St. Johnsbury
check list for the September primar
ies on the afternoons of Wednesday,
Thursday and Friday of next week in
their office over the Passumpsic Sav
ings bank from 1.30 to 5.30 each af
ternoon. While the various editors of the
state arc telii their readers who js
going to win in the governorship
primary race, naming, of course,v their
particular candidate, it is refreshing
to have the frank opinion from Edi
tor Hindlcy of the Rutland Herald
that the man who can name the win
ner shows his mental weakness. It
can't be did."
Miss Nellie Prav of Glendale, Los
Angeles, Cal., is the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. Edmund Blodgett and Miss
Mabel Spencer and all have just re
turned from a, very enjoyable
camipng trip through the Mountains
of Vermont and along the Maine
The many friends of Hon. Alexan
der Dunnett, who is spending the
summer at his Groton camp, will re
gret to learn that he is not as well
Hugh Maskinnon, mho has been
spending his vacation with his par
ents, has returned to his home in
Utica, N. Y.
All the public schools will open on
Tuesday. Sept. 7, for the fall term.
Supt.. Hitchcock has been here during
the week and the teaching forco will
be mostly as last year.
Rev. Dr. James S. McGaw, field
secretary of the National Reform as
sociation, spoke to a very stmt 11 audi
ence at Grace Methodist church upon
"The Perils that Confront America."
The chief peril, the speaker said, was
ii l e a : c 1. 1 il
i me fusing oi me American oauuuin
I and the preservation of the Sabbath
was the first step in the Americani
zation program of this country.
Mrs. Ida Somcrs of South Pcacham
is the guest of Mrs. Jennie Goddard.
Mrs. W. H. Sawtelle has returned
to her home in Orange, Mass., after
visiting friends in St. Johnibury.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Goddard motor
ed through the Crawford Notch Mon-
d.iv .returning Tue.-day via Jackson,
Berlin and Jefferson.
Mr. and Mrs. Osmar A. Ullrich
are receiving congratulations over
the birth of a son, Osmar Alexander
Ullrich, Jr., on Thursday, Sept. 2.
Ellery atid Carlotta Falnici, the
children of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Palm
er, are spending a few days with
their grandmother in Wilder.
W. M. Sargent and family und F.
W. Pike of Morrisville were guests
on Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
Miss Yvonne Bedard has returned
home after spending three weeks in
Lawrence and Manchester.
Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Hastings and
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Moffett leave
Saturday for a trip to Rutland.
Reuben G. Cheney left Saturday
morning for a short stay in Windsor.
News has been received of the
death at his home in Bangor, Mo., of
George Dickey, who a generation ago
kept a restaurant in the Republican
block on Eastern Avenue. Mr. Dick
ey had been an invalid for the past
10 years and leaves a wife.
A. L. Huntley of Morrisville will
address the attendants at the service
of the International Bible Students
in Grand Armv Hall Sunday after
noon at 3 o'clock. His subject will be
"God's Message to Those Who Be
lieve." The many friends of Fred Siman-
ton will be interested to know that
1. ' i . i a l ai 1
I hei s now connected with the Strand
Theatre orchestra at Lou'svillc, Kv.
, This is an organization of nearly .20
t players and they appear on the stage
! at each performance dressed in Palm
f r u tit., o: i
; uecii.n sun,
Mr. Simanton made a
decided hit the first night with a pic
colo solo and writes that the organi
zation is the best he has ever been
Mrs. A. P. Glint is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. John S. Cameron, at
her summer home in North Adams,
Mr. and Mrs. AVill McCIurc and
children of Springfield, Mass., arc
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton
Mi. Drouin, Musical Director at
the Globe, ahs secured the services
of extra expert musicians in addi
tion to the regular Globe Orchestra
and has arranged a charming musi
cal program for the big screen fea
ture especially selected for Labor
Day, "The River's End."
Rev. and Mrs. George W. C. Hill
and daughter, Virginia, of New Bri
tain, Conn., are expected here the
first of the week to visit their many
St. Johnsbury friends for a few days.
They have spent the summer at
Charles E. Kirk has sold the B.
street to John Kilburn of Coaticook,
P. Q. Possession will be given m
Miss Bertha Wesselhoeft Swift of
Boston, who has been spending the
summer in Whitefield, will sing at
the musicalc of the Woman's Club at
the North church Monday evening.
The Book Caravan, which has
been touring New England the past
summer, will be at St. Johnsburv
Monday and occu"" the grounds of
the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum. The
big autombobile is a miniature book
shop on wheels and is touring under
the auspices of the Woman's Educa
tional and Industrial Union of Bos
ton. Through Dr. Frederick O. Moore
new hymnals and chant books have
been presented to St. Andrew's
church in mcmorium of Katherinc
The special Musical Program ar
ranged b yMr. Drouin for his en
larged orchestra at the Globe Labor
Day is alone worth the price of ad
mission. "The River's End," Nclian's stu
pendous drama, hailed by press and
critics one of the Big nictures of the
year together with the enlarged or
chestra and the special musical pro-
Mrs. Frank Simnson left this
morning for a week's visit in Swan
ton. Misses Lola M. and Marjoric M.
French are home from an ex
tended trip in the middle Atlantic
states in the Redpath Chautauqua
circuit. They were enthusiastically
received everywhere and had a most
enjoyable time. After a short visit at
the home they will start out on a
longer circuit' through the west that
will take about 32 weeks.
Mrs. Alminc Blair of Chicago is
visiting her sister, Mrs. Louis Dau
In the list of delegates attending
the recent American Legion conven
tion at Barre published in Thurs
day's paper, the na'mc of Lucicn La
croix was omitted.
Biightlook Hospital Aid will hold
a community lunch room at Caledonia
County Fair. Let everybody be gen
erous in e-iving when the solicitors
The Monogram Hat Shop, 30
Spring Street, is now open for busi
ness with a nice disphw of New York
dav. Do not miss this screen event.
Nelson Toussaint is visiting in
Mr. and Mrs. William Wright have
gone to Boston on a business trip.
Mrs. Henry Courchesno and
daughter, are leaving for the Summit
at Mount Washington, N. H., for the
week end. '
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Lovejoy of
Union ,Me., are here visiting friends.
Bernard A. Johnson is confined to
the house bv illness.
Rev. W. Quinton Genge has been
engaged to present "The Habitant"
before the reirulnr meeting of the
Brotherhood of the Methodist church
on October 12.
Mrs. Lee V. Knapp and daughter,
Dorothy, of Danburv. N. H., have
been visiting Mrs. Knapp's noicc,
Mrs. Guy W. Hill, the past week.
Mrs. G. B. French returned Friday j
from Boston where she went to sec ;
her nephew, Edward Heed, who is in
a serious condition. j
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gleason have!
returned from their v.cddiiv trip, i
The social committee of the L. P.. I
society ot the Methodist ehuoh for ;
Septembei are Miss Jennie Ranne;., j
Mr.-. Elmer Reed, Mrs. Charles Ho- I
ward and Mrs.. W illiam Crofton. '
Orville Plat; of Si. Johnsbury '
spent Sunday with Mis. Piatt at the j
home of her iv.'j'.her, Mrs. Minnie !
Mi. and Mr-'. Hiram Woo l gave j
a nnrtv Saturda- evening in honor !
of the 17th birthday ct ile
Mrs. Ralph Hartshorn of
Concord was at the home of
father, .i, 1C. Warren, Saturday.
Mi. and Mrs. Fred Wood, Mr.
Mrs. Harold Wood. Mr. and
Hiram, Herbert and Morris
Mrs. Charles Packet- and Mrs.
Fannie Hubbard of Whitefield, N. JI.,
are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley
Miss Mildred Bradslv.w who has
spent tin: summer with her parent.-,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Eradshaw, lias
returned to her school work in
Brookbn. N. Y.
Mrs. May Cummings and daughter, I
Miss Cosbi, Miss Lilla Harris. Mrs.
Brgley of Clinton, Iqwa, Herbert
Carpenter of Stockholm, Cal., were
guests of Mr, and Mrs. . A. brad-1
W. A. Brndshaw has sold his farm
to John Cadrctte of Connecticut.
Mr. a".d Mrs. Alfred Goodreault
are visiting in Maine.
Mr. und Mrs. Fred Spaulding have
been spending a few days with Mrs.
Spaulding's father, Almon Smith in
Mrs. Herman James, who has been
with her sister, Mrs. Charles Morgan
for a few weeks, has returned to her
ho ne in Bellows Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lewis and chil
dren, Garland and Velmu, returned
from Davenport, Iowa, Sunday. Mr.
Lewis was graduated from the Col
lege o'' Chiropractors in that city,
Fridav and will remain with his
mother, Mrs. Luette Lewis, until he I
decides where he will locate.
Miss Leola Forsaith has been con
fined to the house by illness for a i
few days. !
Miss Jennie Bclden is visiting rel-
atives in Lyndon.
Haven Blodgett spent the wee . end
with Mrs. Blodgett alt he home of
Mrs. Jennie Bonnett.
C. C. White returned from Wads-
worth, Texas, where he went a short
time ago to live with his family, but
was obliged to return to Vermont on
account of his health.
Frank Sargeant and sister, Miss j
Genevieve are moving this week to
the place near the village which they j
hae purchased from the Passumpsic
Savings bank. I
Mrs. Fanny D. Cutting, who has
f;pent several weeks with- relatives
and friends in this "vicinity, left Sat- j
urday to visit in Lancaster en route I
to her home in Concord, N. II. j
Charles Builock of St. Johnsimry
is in carnp at Mountain View cottage.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dicker.:-,
who hae been spending some time at
Shadow Lake on their weddin- trin,
have returned to their home in Rock-
liort. 111. I
Mrs. Alice Damon and children,
Harold and Georgic, of Danville are
guests at John Laundry'.!. Mrs. Wal
ler Webb, and Elmer Welley and Mr.
and Mrs. Harry Slrceter and three
children. Mr. and Mr.. Alfred Rollins
wee Sunday guests at the Laundry !
Bert. Rnlhvuifh and nartv of East
B:irnet spent Sunday at Shadow
Miss Clara Knapp, who has been j
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
GEORGE C. CARY,
Walter Webb has
work at Biightlook
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Page of St.
Johnsbury Center have been guests
of Mr. and Mrs. John Laundry for a
Henry Streeter of Worcester,
Mass., i . ;i guest oi" his brother, C. .
Street---.. 11. 1". Streeter visited at the
Siivcle. Iwiw- Sunday.
Mr. and Mr. Erne.t Miltiriore
were !.iu-ts at ("rec-.i Mjuntain Hall
tne first ol the week.
Marguerite Williams who has been
isiliii"' her uncle, Robert Williams
has returned to her home in Woods-
Miss Addie Williams
to her work at the St.
William Williams' family motored
to Wilhum'iby Lake Sunday.
Clyde Crov.el), Hardin Woodbury,
W. O. Kofhicim and C. F. Cutting
attended Morrisville fair Wednesday.
Mr. an 1 Mrs. Blake and son, Mrs.
Hart and Mrs. Julia Morse of Ber
lin were guests ot Mr. and Mrs.
George Whipple, Sunday.
Morse will rpend some time
Frank Sargeant has finished
far William Oliver. t
Mrs. Howard Day and daughter
Ruth, oi Newport, are .spending the
week with her parents, Mr. und Sirs.
J). J. Lunnie.
Mrs. Harold Wood and children,
Shetman and Shirley, who have been
visiting relatives and friends in this
vicinity have returned home.
Schools in town open Tuesday,
Children's night was observed by
Concord Grange Friday night.
F. L. Carpenter and J. (J. Chap
man were business visitors in Mont
pelier the past week.
The funeral of TJrs. Henry Root
was held at. the home last Thursday
at 2 p. m., Rev. D. E. Burns of North
Haverhill officiated, assisted bv Rev.
A. V. Fisher. Burial was in Monroe
Mrs. Root is survived by a hus
band, a daughter, Mrs. Henry East
man, a son. Frank Root, a sister, Mrs
C. II. Sanborn and a brother, Luke
Airs. Ada Corcoran and daughter,
Lilla, of Fitzdale visited relatives
here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Chamherlin of
Wondsville visited Mr. and Mrs. Lee
Belli- Hinman of St. Johns--vrt',
th'! week end with her
, Henrv Hinman.
and Mrs. Lloyd Murray of
Chiconee Falls, Mass., have been
spending a few days with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murray.
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Sanborn of
Willsboro, N. Y., have been spending
a few days in town.
Mr. an:l Mrs Maurice Greene and
four children of Stamford, Conn.,
have been spending several days with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Miss Belle Hinman and Cecil Hin
man are. in Boston for a few days.
Tttith and Dorothv Nelson and Da
vid Lung attended Sherbrooke fair
Tell the children to enter some
thing in the children's department in
the Caledonia county fair at St
Johnbury, Sept. 14. 15 and 16. :dv
The Yaton brothers are moving
their mil' to West Barnct this week.
The Monroe baseball team played
the East. Ryegate nine here Labor
da- and won bv a score of 8 to7.
Mrs. Tames Moore of East Barnct
spent Friday with Mrs. C. L. Fra-
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