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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1920
"' ant thc ,tdi best Ga80li"e
rJPiMJru' 1 JiiV fin VIM
ond fcvivoy throughout
'picturesque New Eng
land and New York is
a part of the long
J Socony Trail",
Walback Tower, Portsmouth, N. II.,
was built in 1S12 by Colonel Walback.
Within is a rude pintle-stone on which
a thirtytwo pounder could be swung.
WALBACK TOWER is only
one of many points of in
terest with which the tourist is
favored in and near Portsmouth,
N. H. There, as in almost every
city, town and village in New
England and New York, Socony
service insures an ample supply
of Socony products.
An absolutely clean, efficient
gasoline can be made only by
the most up-to-date refining and
testing methods. Every step in
the manufacture of Socony gaso
linefrom the crude oil pipe line
vto the tank of an authorized So
cony dealer is checked up by
the highest standard of quality.
Buy gasoline as you do tires on a basis
of serviceability. Socony users receive
clean-hitting, full-mileage power from
..every drop of gasoline that goes into
'! their tanks. It vaporizes easily and
assures a quick start every time that
is why they buy it, regularly.
Look for the red, white and blue
. Socony sign.
STANDARD OIL CO. OF NEW YORK
A. H. Dinsinore Returns
From Yellows one Park
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third of a mile w.de r. -.d was not
hovn on the in. in.
Many fine photo ;-aph-: were .cur
ed of the various: intere --.tit ;; sights.
The several different franci-as wi re
a 5 by 7, a Grallex panou-am;: and a
Naturalist ramcia. Thi-.se pvtures
will not onlv bo verv n n-ful to Mr.
Dinsrnore but will be fijio rouvonirs.
From the southwest corner the
partv went into the National forests
of the park, down through tbo , fa
mous Jackson hole. 1 hey visited tlip
bi" irrigation project, at Jackson
Lake. Thifi bod" of water i -, located
in the town of Jack -on . where the
enormous herd of rJk were fed last
winter. Several davs w--re spent at
Yellowstone lake and )ii partv sil-n
visited the national ra - of the wild
herd of buffalo on lJirnn Flr.K
Their visit also took in the Hcbbiir.m
dani on the Mndisor- River about 25
miles northwest of th wo Icin en
twice to Yellowstone Park.
The last week that fir. Tiitv.-no.-o
was in the park. hr carried R'.O'lO nn
tm traut over the Con tinon'al P'vido
tc'the head waters off the Eci-hlcr
River, manv mile1: of which f-o en
tire!" destitute of fi--h life, tj,0
ei and its tr;hutauc- weir welt :0r-T(-e.
During the last two days of the
trii with the "acker, M.. Dinsrnore
bi-ou,vht the nack train in W miles.
This i was cei'lainlv a !ood ride for
two day.-. Dae day, ae cave e J 35
miles.- While Mi. iMii.-moru -experi-i-nced
considerable, i.oreiiess of his
limbs when be lirst commence' to
ride, this last trip on horseback -was
ina'le Witnout inconvenience.
Jiurin all of the time the party
was on thiir trip, they had their
hordes saddled from 4 to 12 hours
ach day. Of cbur.se they didn't rids
till oj the tim.b but .the animals were
'kent in readiness every minute. The
explorer.-! generally went to ride
arly in the morning and returned
late at ni-'ht when .lay made any
trips at all.
Mr. Dinmiore decla.vl this ha
Veen a wonderful sea on for the crops
in the northwest country, Die erain
crop hein-- enormous. This is in
:tr i:i",e contrast to last yei-r, when
..he crop was vor" poor. This has also
been a banner yer-.r foi tra-fl at the
park. In round number.-;, KO.XO tour
i?ts iao visited the we'l known
place. About half of this numbed
were handled by the retrula- trans
portation line, stopping at the hotels
or public camps, while fie remainder
larvele-1 in their own nut omobile,.-
A total of 1",(I00 cars v ere register
ed as enterine; the nark i rom June 15
to SepUmbrr 15, the dui ation of the
-ca-on. The weather at t ho park has
been almost perfect, tlio days being
1 tJTTVt'ft'inw crunii "it3frJr lvtrlis I
' ' , :REG. us. WIT. OFF. ;
MOTOR GAS O LIN E
v7 warm, like Frida" was in St.
Johnr.bury, while the evenings were
quite cool, such as our evenings in
Mr. Dinsmore .started his home
journey on Friday, Sept. 17, just one
week ago, making a few stop overs.
On Sunday he visited the big Minne
sota State FLh Hatchery ut St.
Paul, of which, Eben W. Cobb, a
farmer St. Johhsbury boy, is the
superintendent. Cobb has been con
nected with this hatchery for about
10 years. A half da- was spent in
Chicago, where Mr. Dinsmore had a
very nleasant visit with Sergeant
Burnacha of the police department of
that city, who he had befriended at
Yellowstone this summer. Sergt.
Burnacha had reouested that he stop
off and visit him. The officer took him
through the entire police system of
t1?o Windy city, which proved a very
interesting trip. The remainder of his
journey homo was without incident.
Variety In Bread.
Varlet? i breads Is more Impor
tant when the lunch must be carried
than at other menl lietaiuse of the
danger of monotony. Wheat lireud
wlinle-wlieaf bread, corn, rye, or oat
meal breads: out, rnliln. and date
bread!", beaten biscuit, rolls, crisp bak
ing powder biscuit, or' soda biscuit,
nnd toast, zwieback and crackers may
be used In turii to 'five variety;
tContinued frhm page one)
ternational Standard, Prof.
A. M. Locker
Address: "Is our Program of
Religious Education Ade
quate?" Rev. W. G. Towart,
representing the Daily Vaca
tion Bible School Movement
A. Austin oi rlor.ron were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Kirkby re
turned Saturday night from W'oon
socket, I!. I., with thru- liou.ehold
goods mid Mrs. Kirkby will .-peiul
the wiater with her sister, Mrs. A. 1.
1-red Davis and A. A. Baiber aie HaiolJ vidted at their t-istorV,
attending tne state fair at White Riv
Mi. and Mrs. G. L. Eggleston
from Canaan Center, N. H., aie
I visiting relatives in town lor a few
at their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cur-i Winchester. N. IV.. to spend the win
tis Goodall j. ter with l.er sister. Miss Beltway.
Mr:,. F. J. Dorman and Mra. V.. illiam- Maine of Danville paat
iiie weel; r:i, in tlin niace.
Mr. and Mlc.
Mi. aad Mr
J. C. Wairen
s ....... j.ivwiv- !- .umuir- i3ii.ll u:i
1J attack of bionchitis. Dr. Eiiijtt of
and 1 li','10t is alt' "lliniC him.
Mr ' ll''l,r'' t'o are niovin.t
' their help hack to the lumber lot at
Morse's Mill:-. oon to lesume k.st
wincrs uniinisbed woik.
Miss Hazel Faufaw spent tlu
.tnd Mr-;. Charles Wdloughbv's
Mr. and Mra. Lem Fisher and Hen-
.... n. -. xr...n... o.. i
Mrs. George Lavature and Edward I y
Lavature were business visitors in St. r 'T v T-,,-,,, r, .. .
Johnsburv Monday. ! .,lJC'C,?LalJ 3,
Miss Fi-niicrnn Kinir n-.i,1 Tict Htn. ' " " " '"v ti:ut
1.80 Simultaneous Institutes: Chil-! day
dren's Division, Noith Con- j jjr. and Mrs. Jefferson Welch and
Maiy Snerburne Warren, as-1 Mi;:s Lizzie Jfciikins have returned j '"'on Carney are attending Albany I ' '' ' "
sisted by MUs Kathryn M. I fiom Spiir.giield, Mass., where they . Business College at Albany, N. Y. , pifr,UH
VUVCiili tiliVl .UISO icauciLV mve Uetiil tptHUl lilt. IJUSl WtCi. .'HO. Ifuuuu i i;:n.-4 OIIU
with l-fclanveo and attended the ex-1 cmiarcn, .tiiy, tan ana marcia isii
poitiori. j f.m are visiting their brother and
r.'-.'e, ivcison aayer at rorwirn, k.
uioisc i tikiiiS
Youar People's Division:
South Coaiegational church
vith Misj Btula B. Bates;,
assisted L;, Miss Agnes Kix
Kidder, Y. W. C. A. o. New
Yoik City, W. Yernoa Lytle,
Boston, and Prof. Ho.dine
Adult Division: Univcralist
church, Rev. W. G. Towart,
Supt. of Adult Division, as
sisted by Rev. H. A. Durfree,
Prof. M. A. Honlme and
Wm, A. Brown
Methodist church, Prof. A.
M. Locker, assisted Ly W.
Vernon Lvtle, T. Basil
Y'oung of Syracuse and Wm.
A. Biown of Chicano
7.c!0 Call to Worship "The Vision
of Life", Tev. E. M. Fuller
Address. "Two Pivotal
Points", Wm. A. Brown of
Address, "Survevs in the Field
of Reliaious Education, W.
. SUNDAY, OCT. 3
9.00 Officers' Conference, Prof. A.
10.S0 Church service. Usud services
in all churches of the town.
Delegates are invited to at
tend this service at any
church they wish to worsh'p
12.00 Snndav School Session in ail
the churches. Announcement
will be of Demonstration de
partments in the various
3.00 Call to worshin, "Life and Ser
vice", Rev. E. M. Fuller.
3.30 Address: "Better Training fov
our Teachers", T. Basil
Youmr of The Methodist
Board of Sundav schools
Address. "Our Major Em
phasis", Prof. A. M. Locker
CLOSING SESSION, SUNDAY
7.30 Call to Worship, "Love and
Loyalty", Rev. ii. M. Fuller
Address, "The Supreme
Need", Win. A. Brown,
ST. JOHNSBURY COMMITTEE
General Executive Committee:
Chairman, Fred R. Clifford- rcr,- j
tarv. Miss Jennie McDonald; uo;. ;
urer, Alvin C. Noyes; pOblici.y ..lid I
Press, Arthur F. Stone; mus.c, Rev.
A. S. Woodworth.
.. Entertainment Committee: Mis
Alice. Hall, Mrs. Wm. McFarland,
Miss Martha Hall, Mrs. II. A.
Lougee, Mrs. George F. Chamberlain,
Mrs. Carl Morris and Miss Gertrude
Registration and Assignment Com
mittee: Mr:). H. H. Eldiidge, Chair
man, Miss Lillian Pearl, Mrs. H. W.
Blodgett, Miss Alice Clark, Miss
Commissary: Mrs. B. A. Palmer,
Chairman. Mrs. George Wright, Mrs.
F. R. Clifford, M.s. H. A Power and
Mrs C. P. French.
Reception and Transportation:
Charles W. Steele, Chairman, Edgar
R. Brown, F. B. Jacques and Ber
Exhibitn: Miss Alice Warden,
Chairman, Mrs. Lydia Beck, Miss
Martha Jenness and Mrs. Guv Garvin
Decorating Committee: O. A. Ull
rich, Chairman, E. C. Smith, Miss
Tennie McDonald and Miss Mabel
Ushers: Vernon Ticehurst, O. A.
UllricU, Willmd Orcutt and Lyle Til
'ottson. The Bov Scouts ore asked to be at
the Methodist church In uniform If
possible Fridav.and Saturday after
noon at R.30 to ruide the delegates
to their places of entertainment.
Mr. ana Mrs. Aitrea inpp are
visiting Ivs bioihw in Mcirhviiie.
Mrs. L'-man Brova v,as tailed to
Bui ton lant week by the seiiius ill
ms.', of her father, Charles Sisco.
Mrs. Earl Chaiv.be. lain ij in West
Burke called bv the illr.c:s of her
father, Almon Murray.
Mrs. Helen Carpenter lias bten ill
with the prevailiiv distemper.
Mi:,. Etta Phillips has returned
from Connecticut where she has been
the pa.-it year with her ion, Will and
wife. II pr son, George and family,
met her Monday night at Woodsville,
Alvah Freeto is working in Fair
banks shons at St. Johnsbury.
Mr. nd Mrs. Ernest C?vlcs and
Mr.3. F-llen Gile of St. Johnsburv
spent the da". Thursday with Mr. and
M F. E. Temple.
Mr. and Mrs. Osgood of D-inv'lle
il.. a.id r.tter.diiie- the state fair at fd Mrs.
White River Junction this week. ' t'liarle;. L?d 1 ;'.nd Mi
Mr. and Mrs. T.rm Fisher, Mr. ut l.yndoiA ilhi v.si-.
rnd Mr?. Ralph Hartshoi-n, Mildre l W. s, Sui.Iorn S.
Harl-vhoin nnd Jamer. Ber.ard also arei Jamc:: Alien win
cttendine- the state fair this week. iiu-- al St. joliivslum v
P. La 1.1. Mr .. Olie Tbur
raid hadd o!' 1-dr.nd i'ot
ii: vry Joah. on, M.
Mr. und .'.r,
; .-en v.-o.l
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crosby and son! unlay. O: man lL.t-.di, who i teaclria
ol S:. Joh-.i:.-bury were callers of Mr. j in Woadburv visited at B. Allen
and Mrs. D. M. Hni.th, Sunday.
Nat Grav of Holland was a bu.-incss
visitor in the place the first of the
Mi. and Mrs. Alphonso Harriman
of Dalton, N. H., were guests at
their sister's, Mr. and Mrs. D. M.
S:ni;'.i's last week.
Mrs. i vect u nipple and daughter, Hatpton, A. II., were at Jc
Katie, and Mrs. Dennie Fisher wtre I Crain'a recent I v tnakln-r the ' ;u
iiv.:uies'; visitors in i.t. Jolmtbury,
Mrs. Marion Morrill and Mariarie
Smith are visiting Sirs. James Nich-
were Sunday visitors at John I els at Lunenburg.
aiiss liuo-' lveneson reiurr.ca to
attended the ! Manchester, N. IL, Monday aiter
Elmer, the little son of Mr. ail
Mrs. Fred Taylor bus been quite sit
the -a-.t week.
to i Marv t'raii'- h is been at Iicsni
BoltonY, at West D.xavillo on aecolrj
of the illne (,f their younir son.
rar. ar.a .mis. ir.omas Cot r
.About 400 neople
Burke Mt. Grange fair Satur.iav he- I spendiner the past week with her par
tween two and three hundred sitting I ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Keneson.
lvji. and Mrs. iiarr" Isham and
down to dinner
A B. Colby and son, Carl, Mrs.
Charles Freeto and sons were i:i St.
Willirm T. Bragdon of Lancaster,
N. II., is visiting at Mrs. Marv Bel
den's. Miss Julia Helen Rinda11 from
Lyndon, Franklin Gardner Paters .n
children of Dalton, N. H.. visited
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hub
bard Fi: her, Sunday.
Bernice Briggs was in Biightleok
Hospital last week for an operation
for adenoids and tonsils.
Lyman Hight, who had a shock
aoout iu days ago does not gam as
of Lyndonvillc were quietlv married I his friends v.i&h he min-ht.
lust. Tuesda" evenine- at the Metho
dist parsonage by the Rev. S. G.
Mrs A. B. Osburn from Erie, Pa.,
Alice M. Dod're, Beverlv, Mass.. Mrs.
Walter H. Knowlton, Maiden, Mass.,
iiTvs Helen F. Dvn Sintiatro. Cal.,
Mr. an-I Mrs. Fred Brooks, St. Johns
v'irv. Alberta CampMl, Fairlvnven,
Ma'.. were oonw tb. '-p-e-it visit
ors at the Burke Mt. Club House.
TV Burke Mt. CHib will hold its
second retrular meetinn- of members
nnd trnsteei at the club hnive. on
Oct. Gth a 8 o'clock n. m. Every one
interested are cordially invited.
Mr. and Mrs. John Cable of Lvn
donville visited at their narents, Mr.
and Mrs. Ed. Cole's Sunday.
The suiper given at the ' church
Prid-- e'pni?l',' VflS vol tT.-.'lr;l nnd
l al.Vd ib.. l -,-.a. - (.'' le I..
Blis; Burbank of Fitzdale -ot
caught in the belt at the mill Sat
urday and had his arm broken two or
three times quite badly.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gray are
boardin? at Royal Corev's and Mr.
Gray is working for J. C. Warren.
Mr. and Mrs. .Tame; Hartshorn
were in Lancaster, N. H., one day last
Wilson Crawford of Lowell, Mass.,
v'sited his father, Charles Crawford,
Mrs. Emma Kendall spent last
week in Boston.
Mr. Benway will soon move his mill
from the Randall to the Alfred
Morse lumber lot.
Mrs. Edna Robins went Monday to
visit her parent" at Walpole. N. IT
! I (nil
i elli'iii', .?
The v.r at In r b: : l:een a .
brcalrcv lieie the i::. t w.u k, bigin:i:!
"i lie-id.1.;.- 13 be was in anl inerea.dni
in hent each d.:y. Friday, Saturdiv
and Snnd::y the thermometer bcinj
over 80 decrees.
A good many have been di'.-n-inj
their potatoes the past week. Tin
crop is fair with quite a nor cent o
Mr?, Janus Stevenson and Loi
Kteve.i -on were v. St. Johnsbuiy Fri
day. Orange Taylor took them in hi
Mrs. Harriett Weaver of New Be I
ford, Ma-.i., and Miss Helen Way o
Delaware are visiters ut Geoi--i A
Rev. Wilmond Warner' is away o:
l-.is vacation. He is caaipin- at Portej
There will be 'union evangelistic
services Oct. 12-2-1 under the direc
tion of Rev. Percy W. Back.
Mrs. Oscar Gibson i.i very sick anc
has a trained nurse.
Mrs. Laura Palmer is visitin;
friends in Brattleboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Farrow ' an
visiting in Groton nnd Mr. and ' Mrs
Milieu Farrow in Mas larliusetts.
Pcacham Academy and Cabol
played base ball Friday afternoon
The -core was 2 to 14 in favor oi
Mrs. Wallace Powers who han been
visitiner in Greensboro is at her moth
er's, Mrs. George Chamberlain's and
will return to her home here the
last of the week.
TT-!. cw. Tc'i.r,bnd
l'-:v- ..dm js vi'-ii -I
' in to f :H''h I.i t
)!, ;,:!.! C.i.
! At .
The little daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Archie Bedor died last Thurs
day. Funeral services weie held at the
home Saturday at 1 p. m. Interment
was at St. Johnsburv.
The Grange will hold a sale and
oyster supper at Grange hall, Friday
evening, Oct. 1.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Miller and
sons ot Woodsville spent Sunday
with Mrs. Rose Page.
Mr. Wilmot of North Thetford
spent the week end with his cousins,
Charles und Frank Hosford.
Harry Emery and two children of
West Dimvillo lmve been spending a
few days in town.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hunt, Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Hunt, and Mr. and Mrs.
Larkin Hosford are on a camping
tiip to Dixville Notch.
Mrs. Elli. Amy of Lyman has
been spending several days with her
sister, Mrs. Emilv Cross.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis Hunt, and Mr.
and Mrs., Earl Hunt have moved to
the house owned by Earl Hunt on the
Miss Belle Hii.man of St. Johns
bury has ben sendjng several days
with her father, Henry Hinman."
' Mr. and Mrs. Georr Hannan of
Boston have been visiting at the
home of Nelson Racicot.
- Alvah Dickinson and family visited
rr'-'tive" iv Lvmnn Sunday.
Airs, Paddleford of East B-rnet :'s
snendinir two weeks with her son,
Ralph Harding and family.
t"'-ned t their writ .it A!ebo.-.e. ,
Mass., after spending some time here
'" ''"" vv.ii t ).;ver Ju.H 1 jo;i. ; Mi. nnd Mi -, Am i i.liows made
Miss Thclma Benway hes gone to auto trip to Springfield last week.
One Man To
The matter of getting a shoe
to fit you right isn't mysterious.
It is merely a question of having
a shoe made on a last that is
shaped to your foot. There are
more than one hundred Walk
Over lasts. We find the one
that fits your foot measurements.
That takes care and time, and
what some folks call trouble.
To us it is delivering the goods
that and nothing more. , Every
Walk-Over fit is guaranteed.
This Radnor is the last word
in style. A genuine shell cor
dovan with every detail of
fine custom shoemaking.
CHERRY TAN CALF
Notice the new heavy stitched
vamp. A cherry ten style
shoe-that is enjoying unprece
dented favor. Snappy English
last. Equipped with Walk
Over Rubber Heels.
i iinirvfl nnrm
- - A WE I 'QL liEDJ;
"Where Shoes are Fitted"