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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1920
t. golmsbttvg tfalcitoman
The Evening Caledonian Publisling
St. Johm.bury. Vermont
ARTHUR F- STONE, Editor
Entered at the .St. Joliimbury Postoffica
h mail matter of the second Hubs
TKKM.S OF SUBSCRIPTION
Bix Mentha 75c
One Vear to any Address $1
The pcoplo who k'c the cs--' ol
building hitfh, may have to sleep in a
tent this winter on account ol the
scarcity of house.-..
Women candidate . .-o far nominat
ed express confident!! in being :'1,lr
to get elected, without having to
pass out many boxes of big; hlark
While some of the hoys are des
pondent over failure is: their studies,
inability to get on the lootliall teum
causes more widespread depression.
It is noticed that! he young women
who nre looking for maseuline utlen
tions rarely object to smoking.
Some people will celebrule Fire
Protection Day by having a bonfrro
within a few feet of a combustible
house when the wind i blowing.
Tremendous crowd of -Indents al
the colleges this fall, all ror.vauei.
that a little pi e-dij-'ested cmture will
help them make more money.
Intense indignation i mnnilVslei!
ticaiii it the newspapoiv, b- politician
who fail to net their sufrpoi'1.
The most devoted iidmiici-' of j,:-?:.
music enjoy nymn tunes when they
The neople who couldn't t aw:
from Northeastern Vernioni lor
vacation, spent the summer m
mighty pood place.
The theory of the anarchists
tinw' tn revenue themselves on
money kin"", is to I low up a lot of
hard workiif clerks and stenograph
ers. TIip kids ouirht to he interested i'i
forestry, as you make baseball bat.
out of trees.
The sounds ow industv procecdinR
from the kitchen may be mother
makinv bread, but more likclv they
are Dad concoctinv home brew.
The kid who has had to wait for
an hour for dinner, can't see any mer
it in hunger striking
Italian workmen seizin"- factories.
The coal heavers will do "teat work
ns expert accountants, and the
ditch disKors will be wonderful sales
The fall bonfire i
a arraml insiitu-
tion, but you don't need to delay
starting it until Wash day when the
wind blows toward your neighbor':
The people who allow dead leave'
tn l'e around their ''rounds till Uir j
wind blows them off, are encouraging
their neighbors to deliver them an
equal supniv by the same means.
No enterprising maker of remedies
for throat trouble should have cli f Ii
culty in selling his product while the
political campaign is on.
A lot of people who have been
loafing on their jobs, are now kick
ing because there is a scarcity of
Meanwhile a lot of the men
kick about the hieh cost of govern
ment, spend all their spare time M'
ing tho sporting . news.
,, i. ,,..,f i
would make greater progress if so I
many people did not have to provide j
garages as homes for their nutomo- i
j,iles . ..jif
Anvwntr if ,,.nn'l .,f VT IIn vli n -r I
anvthimr'to iret his lawn mowed this i
Formerly newspaper- had to have '
political editors, financial editors, lit
erary editors, etc., to cover the
jnost important lines of news, but
Jiow. they all need to have murder
' The women voters may not know
much about politics, but so far not
many of them decide to mark their
ballots for n certain candidate on the
ground that his namo comes first on
the alphabetical list.
The political workers entertain
strong principles againsi nrinery,
but feel thev should be adequately
compensated for their valuable time
and extensive influence.
The miners who go on "vacation"
just when tho winter supply of coal
has to be dug, are likelv to find some
one else on vacation when groceries
have to he delivered.
' A girl mny not he ab;e to el rive an
automobile very well, but if her
hair is swatted over her ears in the
latest style, she comes down among
tho crowded traffic condentlv.
The pantrv shelf where the house
wife formerly used to mix her home
made bread, is now occupied by her
husband making home brew.
Buying votes is contrary to exist
ing political principles, as you can't
be surft whether von gelt he goods
under the secret ballot.
The politicians who are tryin to
in votes out of social unrest, may
regret it some day when thrv have a
relative blown up by a bomb explosion.
. IN COUNTY JAIL
A'.-torney -lames I',. Cn;,u
leiiiT U ilbur Wf.i-tln-ti ie-
, lu: tint today lrom .'.iontrcul Willi A-
I linl l)i-,ioiVn'i .. Si veins ulii. wl.o i
charged with i;u f.n ol gnos fioni
the j.cugomy ti.-.rage at Lymlonvil'e
-. , , I w.t i-. to knew i..! than
lit cares 1o ie!l of liie doiiifc's of the
I !-.:ng of C.,'ii;.di..li.--. who lule an i.uto
' mobile at Quebec a vi ; k ,:"0 SuiiiLy
i ni.'.ht and aiiaia'-jned the ear at I.y:.-iiioiA-ille
going- ;;way with a i-'tii b b;i
i Iter car which wa slorage at the
! l-Vonomv gar:!;.:' . Dv,.-oehci lis
I been lodged in the St. Johr
await .in- ilic I'm i her r.etina
nui'iic.i itie.. .lm are on the
the other members of the
I lesroi hers was a
.Vloal i police who
i d of Ihe theft of th
owned hv Henry G.
:n ol i.ari-1
den, South Carolina, v. iio-e foil;.- were
isilinu' frieiids :n !.y'"!oav':!i'. The;
Suidehaker.i;.'' h: i.ot yet hi en h;-'
rated but -0'i.e :' tit'' material -'-'I :
from the Fa-onnmy i?aiin;e was loci
ej in t'ie h'ure wh'-re ! e-i .u hi i -
lived in Moa' ;-eni.
Sine iirr.oi tar.l ih
the ca.-e a; e epi etc
vi'ek as the Mont re
oa the trail of the
V, In slob' the tlaeiiei
velopr.li its i'i
I later in the
1 'loliee a.'C hot
in!!'' of five 1'te'l
car whirl) va '
li'ii'tly wreiked in Wo.'t
then ;:ot ewev with the
car from Lvndonville.
I Held Under $500 for I
Brewing- Raisin Wine
Euii'enp Shaw, who was riven a
a ' hcarin'i- before United Slates Com-
i liiis-ioner Cleary on Tiiursdn- cn
i charges of violation ol' the Volstead
j act, l'oi!owii the discovery of (!'
ouarts of "r:u.-;ir." wine cn his IVim
in Concord, was nek! undei bonds ol
.'(ll) for ap'icai'anco in V. S. Court
at Kutland at a future date.
Deputy She rill' M. C. Carfield of
St. Johiisbiirv, Deputy Slier!!!" Byron
' 1 Smith of I'assumpsic and Inspector
I Thompson of the Department of .Tus
tice made the rai l on Shaw's "remises
! in Concord on W'edne-dii" and after
I sarnnlin:;- the wine, which thev sari
would "produce a forty tod kick".
they destroyer! the beverage and
bio'u"ht Shaw to St. .Tohnsbury, later
tal-.in.'i' him to Newport.
., I SI- lohnsburv, Midam Ward, of Flo
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Gray of Fail ' rida. and Miss Anna Ferrin were at
i.iver, Mass.. and Mr. and Mis. j c, (. Walter's the last ol the week.
It. M. Cray of Providence, li. I., weie Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson of
guests of Mr. and Mrs E A (1 ray and island Pond were Sunday quests at
Madam Gray the past week J)i. J;. T. Johnson's. K. F. Johnson
The doluralcs from the Methodist u siiendiie.- I bl vvenl.- !il Ili, T,.l,.,.
I Episromtl chinch to the State Sun-
(lev School convention to be held at
Grace Methodist church, St. Johns-
tilirv. uct. i, -i an i ., lire me pastor,
mei 1-,. JCeed, ilcli.-gate,
.Miss Akf:' (I. Keed re!
dav from Biightlool; Hospital wheie
she has been for an operation for ap
pendicitis. Mrs. William Williams passed away
at Brightlook hospital Tuesrlay af
ler.Tion, S; jit. 21, following an oper
ation earlier in the day, from which
she never rallied. Lydia Mary
Whipple, only child of George W.,
and Laura Hell Whipple was born in
Concord in .limitary, 1873. In Fcb-
I luarv, JSiHi, she was united in mar-i
l iat,e to William Williams of this j
town, to them were born three chil- '
. , ., t .. , i .!.!:.. 1
.lien, r 101a i.iay, i.eiia aim rtuuie.
The funeral was held from the i
home Friday at 11 a. m., lev. George 1
-.. Smith nfiicia'.inir and si'tu- aPDi'O- I
piiate selection-. Interment was in I
S!?!,rci"A c-mtteiv'. The bearers were j
:'yao 'V t , , '
I''!wa'"'l ''' -L J- i,l,:,ul!"n!---!
line noral onciinns were niime: un . .
and beautiful te-lifyi.ig to the love
V Mi esteem 01 HIOTV 1 l'ien(l.
Bc.-ide : :
iho hu hand and daughters left to I
mourn the loss of a devoted v.-lie and
mother she leaves a father and s!tp- :
CARD OF THANKS j
IVii leish to rxnri'ss nil: heartfelt:
apnreci.ttion for the many acts of
kindness tendered us during the ill
n;s,s and death of our wife and
mother, o for the beautiful floral
Willi: rn Williams
Anion-; those onjlcd here to attend
the funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Hen
ry Bell, Mclndoes, Mr. and Mrs.
George Bell, Lunenburg. .1, D. Howe,
Bert Howe, Lancaster, N. II., Mrs.
TT , .1 .1 T..,l I IT.
iionry ftouinwonn, rui mum, -., ;
Mrs. unver f-oss and daugmcr, aouin
Framinghum, Mass., Mr. and Mrs.
Milo Ladd, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Laurence, Wnterford, Mr. and Mrs.
Bichard South-worth, Kirby.
Misses Flora and Addie Williams
are confined to the house bv illness.
Miss Lillian Baker wa? home from
her work in St. Johnsbury, Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. Dudle" Walter were
ni T.i i t-... i '
it. .-i. .lonnsuuiy riuiuy.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Warren snent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Will
Mr. and Mrs. Orvillp Tlatt of
St. Johnsiburv spent the week end
with Mrs. Minnie Williams.
Wednesdn" Mr-. C. N. Streeter oh-!
se-ved her 7.r,th birthday.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alec Burke of St. ,
Tohnslmrv Center visited Mr and
Mrs. C. N. Streeter Wednesda- and
Mrs. Hfirvr-v Burlork. Mrs. Will
Dodge nnd children. Born.nl ami Irv
ing of Waterford, and Mrs. Arthur
C. N. Stiiett !, Widuesdr.v.
Mis Belle Bui bank, Lyndon,
the V.eei, l t:d With hi 1 lliOtlu.,
,.d'.ri l.l-ieon. .Mi.-. Cha on
William l.I.nl, ha.-l ilaie
a leeell' u:.-t at the til
All. and Ml-. Samuel Haywood
. p lit Sundu at W. ii. RemickV.
.Mi.-s Alice K. Parker and niece,
lleicn a.nd'U. 'J'. Reed, St. John-bury
the Wiek i 'lil at Mi. - !'..- Lei ' ;
here. Ail s Parker ha.- reiu. J
of her tenement to :.li :. Colby
D. l,i aitii and .1 Picod vi -it
C. C. Walter's one i!av la.t
an i Mi . !iai I v l.illiciap aie
li;, con:; I a' illat iO!!:. on the
,f :. liaii'.hte.-, iletiv Idcaaoi,
Ceai -. ii '.e S ri'.et.iit va in
,;i: hiiry, isitaiilay.
s.-..-sd i' nice "iv.-n at the Town
I'lt iivd...-, -vciiin we. ', well at-
a'.il i. e.ood time enjoyi-1 k
1 ! ai
1 si. t Concord
s over Thur--
:-'-i. ul Fii. -!!. Mi.
oi I .ndor.'. iile, M i-s.
'i i . Hmilv C!u. e, Mi-
"y O; .'-'.I. .lo'lll .l.ltl . C-
i.ere th" !i V t Ol the V
Mi'. . 1'. S. V-. OOilbui
!;"! n.'.l e'd iii I luxliui'
. Cl.ua Ci a . e
is vi al in
M r. a
I .Mrs. M. M Ti
tro. Mr and
Mr-. C. A.
h'i.'iii i' ni'.d -en, CJeorjfP,
Imrd.-i ii 'id M A.
C.-.hhioak, N II, W'ed-
Mrs. I'is-na. Dndi.e wilo has spent
Ve -lininii-i- hen has ivturnod to lies
heme i.'i W'oree. le;', Mass.
Mi. and "lis. M. M. T:d"u have
re! iii-neii !o Ihiir Chicavo home.
all. v.nd Mi'::, Frank Tanlin and
son, Cliailes, and Mrs. liailcy Follens
by. Si. .John-diinv were at t.'reen
.'d our.lain Ifi-1! Thursdav.
!!. and Mrs. II. U. Miltimore and
children, Marshall, Ilepsibelh and
luck, of St. .iokiss'uiry, were at
Civ-ii Memiiain Kali, Kunday.
Mis;: I.yle Spi'.ul'lin-' nl St. Johns-!.-i'.r;-
isiled Mi".' Mai ion Hastiin-.s
cv.-i Thursday r.i;,lit.
Miss Vei.i Slreetei was home liom
l.er won in V'el!s I!iver ovi r Sunday.
Mi-s Kuby Keneison of Manches-
, tei, h. 11., who is enjoyin;v a
; days' vacation has been a ;-ue
; Mrs. F. J. Spaul lini!'.
! Mrs. Kobe-!'. Williams Wi: called
to iii.-hop's Cro--iniv by Ihe death of
her mother, the past wick.
I Mrs. Dmik'- Walter is in Whitp
: lie! 1. N. 31.. visiiini' her mother, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. I,. J. Cooper and Mrs
; I.uefto Lewis were at C. C. Waller's,
I -'id Mrs. Robevt Ward of
- The (Jeorge Leliar Christmas tree
;Vl)tiv; arrived in town Sunday.
:Ul. a;i, Mrs. . (.h..,.. yollf h,nl., ,.
aid .-on, I'ranc.'s, and Miss Mdith
Hutchinson were recent guests of Mr.
, and Mrs. liiram Wood.'
Miss Xellie 'Kearney and friend,
Miss (irim, have returned too their
home in New York after spending
some time at Shadow lake.
Mrs. I'erlev Morrill and Mrs-. Geo.
Drew of St. Johnsbury were at Camp
Kiikare last week.
- Mrs. kupert Cutting and ilauvhtrh
Bernice, and Cosbj, returned Thu s
day to their home in Philadelphia.
, Mr. Cutting's father, S. F. Cuit'ng,
j accompanied them,
j W. A. Bradshaw was in Wilder on
j business the past week. Mr. Biad
1 .' I'-'iw has iu. chased oi Han-y Hutch
inson his house on Back street,
j' Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Lee and sons,
' Howard and Biigham, were Sum'ay
' guests of Mr and Mrs. Harrison
Wright, South kyegate.
mv. aim mis. r. a. urewei- wire .n
Woodsville, N. H, Sunday,
Jl1' 11,1,1 Mrs Krn Kal1-
..Mrs. David Morton is caring
jvjrs. ICcgmalil i'earl
Miss Leola Forsaith has gone to
Guildhall to teach.
Mrs. Viola L. Stacy returned Wed-
ncsday irom Boston where slip has
been spending; several weeks with her
daughter, Mrs. Maude A. May and
granddaughter, Miss Viola Stacy
Ha. ting-i spent the week
end with her grandmother, Mrs. Mar
Mr. and Mrs. George Hastings were
Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will
Mrs Clara Chaplin returned Friday
from a weeks' visit in Littleton and
Whitefield, N. II.
Harry Hutchinson of Wilder and
Lillian McGinnis of Fast St. Johns
bury were Sunday guests at F. A.
Miss Flossie Boutain of St. Johns
bury has been a guest of Miss Edith
Miss Alida Cote is in Bristol, Conn.,
t of her sister, Mrs. Bramhall.
Mrs. Henrv Southworth ol Port
land, Me., visited at It. N. Suuth
The ladies of the Universalist
church added 10.85 to treasury
from the food sale Saturday after
noon. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Temple and
daughter. Miss Blanche, Mr. and
Mrs. George E. Temple and son, Milo,
... . .... r
of Sfonehnm, Mass., Mrs. John Cox,
Springfield, Vi., Mr. and Mrs. War
ren Temple, Mrs. Lena Nichols, Mrs.
I.uvia Ladd. Mrs. S. J. Morrison, St.
Johnsbury. Mr. and Mrs. II. W.
.Turkman and daughter Madeline, St.
Johnsbury, Mr-. Albert Morgan nnd
sons, Lloyd of Lunenburg nnd Kev.
W. A. Mo' gan of Washington, D. C,
were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Ch.i'k- Morgan. J. P. Blood of St.
Cloud. Fla.. was a guest of his cou
sin, Mrs, Morgan and other friends
in town 'luring the we-ek.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgan,
George Davis, Elwln Gray, W. P.
Warien, weiv gu. e.i" Mr
! Mieeiei, T. i. BusscU, Dr. G. B. j
, i-ici.e-n anil n A. vu.mbj wfc'.o in j
I l.illii.ilUuru the litli 10 attend tnt !
Uliiei.U l A.jeit .UoigRU.
.Ulnar loi. -uth has gone to Ike I
home 01 Mr. ami Mi tltailei Moi-;
i an 10. a tniK. j
I he i.a.iie.;' Benevolent Society i
v.ne invited to the home of All--. Al-,
tied Sunben; ol St. Johnsbury, Wed
iii . day p. m., and the leceipto tor the i
, ..ociely 5'l,i...tl. J
1 1 1 " : i ilowei, Monlpelici, has l
i.ei-n -nenuiiii; i. lew u.ijo ui u. o.
Mi'..-, fi.-.ak Hire and Mis. Maiaf
, lludliii' si St. John.-.buiy called on
:.iend here. Fr! lay.
C. K. Will ... hby and wife at
tended Ihe kiii;;ht Ternplai Fi Id
Pav, held by North ytai Comman.leiy
..I '.'.anci ti'., N. 11., at Calebrook,
i . t u-, L. inllfiv.-id hv 1 b.illuiiet :-1
About lull Knk'ht
jn-i .-cut, and with
olher.-, about .'.(lit
tilet, and enjoyed
.1 1 . .'v. G. Mniei
-, in uniloi in were
llieii- la-lies, and
aili'iideil I be bau
a wondei lul time,
y .- i nt a lew days
hi - Wei k viilhh er niothei, Mr... Jane
Aiartin, at Uarni-t. I
Al :-: l'i i ce ha:, given lit) his house
move I his h&usehohl goods, and t.d;-
en hi.- two little son., to the home of j
his pan '.! in Lyndon, wheie his j
ii.e.'ihei will caie foi lin.m. I
Albion Howe, ol We t Some! vilie,
in ei . ited his motile;, Mrs. L. ,
e, a lew d.'.ys ihe ill
Several from here weie
Sunday to al'end the
Thomas Avei ill. a formi i
ladrnad man o
number of vear
this town, who 1m a
; pa t has been in eiif-
fis'ent pails of the West, wheie he
was employed by the Key. tone Oil
Mr. and Mrs. By inn G. Morrison
took tin automobile trip to Virdiire
Miss Pes ie Harris has gone 1o
Meiiden, N. H.. where she will he
come a ,,tu lent in (he Kimball Union
Academy ! his year.
Harry Silsiiy is in Boston this
wek on business for a few days.
Mi. and Mrs. G. M. Campbell, Jr.,
of Springfield, Mass., have been in
town for a lew day.-, returnin"' home
with the rest of the family last week.
Mrs. Campbell, Sr., is still in Spring
field with her daughter, Mrs. liice.
Mis-; Nellie DavN ha-- been spend
ing a few day.-, with lriends in Mor
Mi. and Mrs. II. ii. Le Barron Iv.ve
taken room ; in the Paige house on
Park avenue, anj moved there from
the house which was recentl- u.'
chased by Wallace Darling
Sharon Wi bber celebrated his HHh
birthday very pleasantlv last week
Friday by entertaining about i!0 of
h;s boy I'i lends at a most enjoyable
party at his home.
A. joint birthday party was cele
brated at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Hurry Silshy Tuesday, which took
the form of a birthday dinner, 11 of
the friends and family being present.
The birthdays ol Mr. Silsbv. Miss
Funice Silshy, and Mrs. Raymond
Campbell, came so near together that
it was deemed advisable to unite in
the celebration, and a bountiful din
ner was served, of which Ihree beau
I'lul biithday cakes, made by Mrs.
G. M. Campbell, were an important
The annual reception, given by the
Seniors to the Freshmen ol Lyndon
Insiilute, is to be held in Music Hall,
Friday evening-, Oct. 1, with music by
ihe New Harmony Orchestra ol Or
leans, and no doubt the youn"' people
will enjoy the ii dial gala evening.
Mi s Florence Hatt has gone to
Monlpelier, where she is working for
Miss. Ruth Bartbtt, who teaches
the Junior and Senior French classes
at the Institute, has organized her
i lax.se.-! into a :ocial club, which is
to meet once in two weeks, on Wed
nesday evenings, and have a social
or entertainment of same kind.
French will be spoken, and various
plans are bi in" made for both amuse
ment, and ins! ruction. Harold Chand
ler h.e; ncen cno. en piesiiieiii. oi me i
organizaiioii, kevillo Wctherbee, vice i
pic: liieni, Mi lie i-ei nuis, seci eiu. ,y
and tiea. urer, committee for iln.s
weeks program, kdith Lf-wscy and
The Senior class
tule has organized
I'nilov.-iii'- as ollicer;
at Lyndon Insti-
and elected the
s: President, Gor
Georgia Hogge ;
Ion McClary; vice
Lewsey : secretary,
treasurci, Harold f handlei.
Mrs. W. S. Jell'ers is spending
about tin eg weeks visiting friends in
Boston, Concord and vicinity.
Mrs. J. W. Spencer has been on the
sick list the past week with a bad
case o! the grip.
Misses Ethel Chapman and Miss
May Campbell enjoyed a trip through
the White Mountains Sunday with
Mr. Chapman's people from Sutton.
Fremont Campbell of Lebanon, N.
I!., is slopping' with his brother, Gil
bert Campbell for a few days.
Mrs. Everett Ruggles of St. Johns
bury has been calling on friends in
town the last of the week.
'Ralph Hovcy has finished work in
Watoi bury, Conn., where he has been
for several months, anil is at home,
planning to remain here.
Miss Ethel Brown, wdio has been
spending her vacation with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Brown re
turns to her work in Melrose High
lands, Mass., this week,
Mrs. Clayton Libbey is making a
visit to the Rev. and 'Mrs. John C.
Stephenson, in Brooklyn, New York.
Mr. Stephenson was a former rector
of this parish.
The population of the town has n-.
creased iiite rapldl" of late, in proof
of which we wish to offer the follow
ing arrivals In town, which have kept
the r-iork so busy. Sept. 7, a daugh
ter to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown;
a son to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Harner;
Sept. 12th, a son to Mr. and Mrs.
Jerry Lunderville; the Kith, n
daii"hter to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard
Campion: Sept. 25th, a daughter to
Mi. and Mrs. Wir.fi.id Bennett at
the L..-U3U Howe llo.p.t.il; the tair.e
date, ii son to Mr. and Mi.-. Joseph
Co a tine.
Mi Julia Uandall, one of the
icavht rs in tin- ;;r::di d sclioM. was
i;uielly inairn-J Tue-'.lay eve.'iin.g,
SciU. ill, to F.'.iiik I';.i:ci.-ei.i 01 this
town, an employe of tho uidroa I. Mr.
and Mi . Patter; on aie occupying
room: at Ml 5. Addie Ched.-y's and
Mi. . liand.dl is ccntinuing to tesedi in
lit-1 old place.
Mis. kockman Page, who ha-- been
euite ill while with her daughter, Mrs
Glen Powers, in Watei ford, has come
h.i ve to stay wiili anoiliei dau.liter,
Mis. Jume:. Aji , toi a time, ssn-.l
?-fi ! Myron Pa.k i,ur. .ing ),i r.
Mi and Mr l'r..,k " I'uitoon
pint the week end wiili Mr. and M:s.
ilov..:d John on, at the homg of Mrs.
John, on'; father, Wallace Houg'ilii'i,
in F.s: t L'-ndon.
Mi. e; Mary Nute and Ji:'.'a 1 )eos
aie ht.vinu' a vacalioa fiom lhi ir
work in the railroad otncc and aie
.-peiiiiiiiu- moot of the time in Mon
treal and Quebec.
Mr. and Mix. Wallace Houghton
hs.ve been taking- at lin to vi.it illa
tive: in Bratfleboio.
C. J. Randall and family ami Clar-i
ence Bryor motored to Canada last!
rriday and returned home Mond ly.
Frank Coolbeth anil family that
moved into ihe school house at Green
banks Hollow are eoing t i m ve into
Mr. Lowell's house for ihe winter.
George t.oekwnod of Woodstock
has moved into the Calkins house.
Mrs.. L. J. Ilovey visited a few
days last week at L. W. Gray's at St
Five new scholars came to school
last Week making twenty-two and it
isreported there are three more to
I Mrs. William Burnett spent Mon-
j day at St. Johnsbury.
I Mr. Guyer, who has been visit ng
i at the home of Harold Kittr'd ge, has
returned to Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. George Kittredge
J were at Staiinard Sunday.
Merrill Freeman spent Sunday at
! John Brickett's.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Rogers : pent
Sunday at E. Fayer's.
Mrs. Carl Gunnerson is visit'ng her
parents, Mr nnd Mrs. Asa Fellows.
Mrs. Guy Camp of West Rumney,
N. H., is vi: iling at Harold Kit
tredge'.;. May and Sarah Burnett went last
week to Ohin tn i,giv wiili llioii.
I M i s. Cynthia Cook and son, Hcnrv,
jaic visiting- in Massachusetts.
Mrs. Laura Fifield and daughter of
I Montpelier visited at John Brickett's
1 X 1-
Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Freeman and
daughter of Barre spent the Week
end at John Brickett's.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Harris of
Kansas ritv rump lnf wool i,nnnH
i the winter with her parents, Mr. and
mrs. j. i. i, oss j-ivc years ago she
went, to Kansas and tra :i:;d for a
Dr. Marsh and family of Connecti
cut are occupying the Warren Camp.
Nelson Burnett has moved to Cabot
where he will work for Aaron Boltcn.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Farrington anel
children were at Wheelock Sunday
Mrs Arthur Woods and Ii tie son
Mr. and Mrs Fred Daniels anil son,
Leslie, and Mr and Mrs. Scott Gib on
were at East Ryegate Sunday.
P. J. Pressey is away on a vacation
and his sister, Mrs. Ola Woods, is at
Monday the exhibit of schools all
over the town was hedd at School 1
House hall. If, was a display well
worth seeing anil the arrangements of
the food vegetables and canned fruit
and vegetables was vorv attractive.
There were wonderful loaves of bread
and cake. Much credit is duo to the j
teachers who have inspired sufficient i
inierese on me pan oi ine scnoiars
lo make such a display of things pos
sible. The table on which the handi
craft, was displayed attracted much
attention, a great variety of needle
work was also on hand. Mis Mary
Gilfdlan, the new County Demonstra
tor's agent and Mrs. Ebon Willey
acted as judges of the food and sew
ing. Harvey Burbank and Rev. C. B.
Bliss judged the garden crops and
wood work. The $.10.00 for prize
money was given by four men, who
have children in school and by Mc
Indocs and Passumpsic Granges. The
following is a list of those who re
POTATOES CLASS I
Potatoes 1st prize John Granger
Apples 1st Wednell Achilles.
Beets 1st Norman Liddle.
Pumpkins 1st Pearl Nelson.
Squash 1st Gladys I. Douse.
Turnips 1st Thelma Gadley,
Carrots 1st Thelma Gadley.
Parsnips 1st Lawrence Davidson.
Tomatoes 1st Olio Metcalf.
. Cucumbers 1st Thelma Gadlcv.
Best ten ears yellow corn, Pcrley j
Dried Beans 1st Abbott White.
Is Your Money Helping This Community ?
New Banks and new schemes, paying high , rates of interest
. have lately been shown up in their true character as regards sec
urity and the integrity of their officials.
Your home Bank can and does pay you a fair rate of interest
and you can call on the principal when you need it.
These funds are passed along to local business men and indus
tries to help development and keep our workers employed. ,.
PASSUMPSIC SAVINGS BANK
ST. JOHNSBURY, KiftMONT
Cabbage 1st John C. Bandy.
Pop Corn 1st Walt.r Harvey
Unions 1st Jean Galbiaith.
Pie Pumkin. 1.-1 Francis NutUv.
Crab Apple- I t France-. N'utier
Summer Si;uu h 1.1 Iviley Smth.
Cm Flowcis lt Doiolhy iitiow
bridge. Gourd 1st Joe Cos-.
COOKING CLASS II
Jelly 1st Madeline Cliamb llan.
Canned Fiuil I t Pearl km sell.
Wnite Dread Helen J. Beck.
Plain Cake 1st li wight Nelson.
Layer Cake 1st Marjorie Am don.
Canned Vegetables it Ptail Ku.
sell. Canned Mont L-t Dorothy M elegit'
Fio , led Cake 1st Maijolie Ahu
don. Cooking Section 1!
Jar of Jelly l.-t Tbelm.i Ga.lley.
Can-led Fiuit M Lena Dounl.i.-s.
Loaf White Rie.ul--l,l Waid. n
Plain Cake 1st Kat he l ine Hi own.
I.ayei Cake 1st Margiirihc Dow.
Canned Vegetable:; l.-t Ethel
Fronted Cake 1st Ethel Cr.eiuy.
Manuel Trainiiiu- S:ction 1
Wooden Article.'- 1st Howard Lit
tle. Leather Articles 1: t E Isw. rlh
Carved Article 1st Howard LilEe.
Seel ion II
Wooden Article 1st Charles T. Wil
son. Carved A-iiclc 1st Peiley Henry.
Needle Work, Section I
Sofa Pillow 1st Helen Heidi.
Print Apron 1st Lottie Ccciice.
Knitted Article 1st Floyd Claise.
Embroidf ry Article 1st Peirl
Crocheted Article 1st Lottie
Outlined Article Luella Williams.
Fancy Article 1st Pearl Russell.
Necessary Patching 1st Helen
Necessary Darning 1st Leona
Special 95c Sales
Best Pastry Flour, 1-4 bbl. $3.45
Gold Medal Flour, 1-8 bbl. $1.90
5 lbs. Domino Granulated Sugar 95c
Pail of Compound Lard 95c
2 lbs. S. S. Pierce Coffee 95c
2 lbs. Green Tea 95c
7 pkgs. Kellogg Corn Flakes 95c
7 pkgs. Shredded Wheat 95c
4 pkgs. Cream Wheat 95c
12 lbs. Rolled Oats 95c
20 cakes Lily White Toilet Soap , 95c
20 cakes Crystal White Family Soap 95c
Sugar in 10 and 25 lb. Bags
A. H. Gleason & Co.
Main Street, St. Johnsbury, Vermont
' v.:- ?- iV" WEST BARNET- v 'i
September 30, 1920
Music by Henault's Orchestra
Nfelle Woik, S cti n II
Sofa Pillow 1st Ruby Haivey.
Prim Apron 1st Tlulnu Gadley.
Knitted Article l-t Giace Kidney.
Embroidered Aiticlc 1st Dorothy
Crocheted Article- la: Ruth Wal
ker. Outliiud Aiticle l t M aijoii:?
: Fancy Aiticle 1st Jottph tit Dea
Neeessaiy Patching 1st Thelma
i Necessary Darning; 1st The'.ma
Fice Hand Drawing Is: Harjld
Chi'ikei:; l-t Cordon Som.i'i,
Collections of Vermont ooiis lit
', Frank Cos-.
Es.-.ay 1st Max Chapman,
i Collection of crniont Wild Flower
1 l -t Donald Gregg.
Holsttii. Calf Robert Welch,
j Kite. - l.- t Wax Cimpnian.
Wood We.rk llonoia ljt Grdiii
I Ru. sell; -nd Helen Reek.
Henj. (.ailley has returned lrom
Mrs. Donald Miller of Woodstock,
Vt., made a .- Iiort visit at the home o
: her father, Dr. Hazelton recently.
j Mrs. Randall of St. Johnsbury
spent Sunday with her cousin, Mrs.
i Kate Kinney.
1 Mrs, Ellen Bishop of St. Johnsbury
i is vi.-iting her daughter, Mrs. R. H.
Hiram Rowe has moved his fam'ly
' into the house just vacated by John
Gilclnist Mr. Rowe has recently pur-
i chased the property.
j Dr. Elliott anel family went to
Hebron, N. 1L, Sunday to attend ihe
' funeral o this uncle.
! Charles Harris and Mis. Flint are
I visiting relatives in Hyannisport,
! The food sale con lucted by the
! Ladies' society last Saturday after
noon was well patronized by the pso-
pie. .Everything sold and more food
; could' have been disposed of. Over
$21.00 was aldded to the treasury.