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: ItfCWlCK EULLETTN, SATURDAY, siPTEMUER .
Br 191 7 i-NEHS.S FROM ONE AND WESTERN LIVE GOBteSEONBENTS - . ;. '- ; T i ' - ' ... . - ' GOSHEN RHODE ISLAND Wlie 3 . n,- T.- r r.Cf irfBuiWinia Three Counties. UNCASVTU-E Successful Lawn" Sala Sehaala Open ing UrvrorePiuhee tf Bank, Epea.i,BO sac rrtae -to pwm. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Flaherty have been entertaining "Mr. "and Mrs. John Vernon and two daughters of Bllleriea, 'Maes. Misa Elisabeth MeKenii re -fa ' turned? tlb'Jroci(XS,. Jsw '3r:i jUwa Sale ; Thursday afterlie'ori- the Ladles' Bo-, f piety of the Methodist church held a ale of Ice cfeaW cake and fancy ar- tides on the lawn at the parsonage. "iThe proceeds wjll "be' lised to defray r the' expanses Incurred; th painting the - church." f,. .'.".;"'" ,:-- ' ' Mr. an Mrs. Rfcubeh AustlnT accom panied fiy'Mrs. AusHn's sister, Miss Carrie Wood left Friday xri an automo bile trip through Massachusetts. r Beach Outing - The members of th Junior League 'of the Methodist church enjoyed a -day's ntrtiofr'.at uOceao Beach Friday. Mrs. Crfcrrles' Barrrett: was chaperon. Matthew Gearyvof the ;N aval Reserve Corps has received a discharge on ac count of ill Healtlu- ..-- ; Schools OpenEarlier " State'iuperVisor-Carron BV" Wheeler has arranged a new schedule for the school' Sr morning- session will in "future- openrat-:-.- The hears f or the higher grades, will be $:S9-j 12 a. m. lower grades 8 SO to 11:80 a. m. All grades 1 to :S0 p. m. The school opened Wednesday morning. Mrs. Edward Curt hi and children af- ter spending several day with friends in Chico,pe?..Famjt ia,e tfifurAS JWme. To Imprave-jSuftdey;, School Friday eveiVrTrga;'rnWtmg was held ijn the Methodist church. .Wallace I. AVoodin. general- secretary of state Sun day schools . .meeting tbe teachers. xii.n tnt! fVm htffrmht ef th Sun- 'day school were suggested,h discus- I Mr. ariji Mrs. Howard Rogers ax spending" Mr. Roger's " vacation with 'JriendserJostqrr and New 'Tfprk: ' Big Cucumbers .. Frank Wilbur had on display Friday two cucumbers that weisenhis garden. -' One measureaisnpjn iftdies in lsncrth anil ton inches meileiwmfer- ence and weighed two-fSr oe half j pounis. ne omer weisnei - frrS, i'. - nma uroii Bir.y - r . i The Red Cross- Society held its ref ular "meeting with good attendance. Another name was added to its list of membership, that of Mrs. Charles F. Bartlett. Worlc is being . rapidly turned oft! by the members, one mem ber having knitted three sweaters, sev eral scarfs afta 6lBr. - v.T'-'-, . Miss Lois, Jones .and Miss Roxcella of New York who have been guests or Mr. and Mrs. James G. Lyman have returned to their , home, after a two weeks' "vffcft '"'-' Mrr an '. Str". :rariVf'A AtJn T1iUve o?en ehtertainlng Mrs. Austin's sister Mrs. Richard Perfy of Elvira. Ohio for a -week. Fred B. Tooker. rural carrier is en joying a Vacation" of fifteen days. Fred Simpson -Is the substitute carrier; f1' ; :: :: Ho : shot ' '.. A horse- owned by. .William . Clark, pastured en ;th land of -Mrs. -Charles Ri -Bogue -in .FaUnerto.wn wliicb while standing on the embankment 5 Sunday made a sudden jump backing off the rtath which-Ts "fifteen or- twenty eet high. . InsrfaWtt W16 fe4WWrBe4 a rtte or ieiM.eaka!r its back. U was seen, JgMrsj-vTostpBf Tu1 who informefl: ilhal'if5 owner his misfortune? Help'Va& obtained nothing.cjyuM. g doneo Lewis Clark shot th auitnai. Mr. Clark valued the horse at about $100. j. Si .AltWjHtooper is -visiting "lrs -A m t - - til: k i c Mass. -j ..j..- a : 9. '- '- Mrs. A. J. Huggard who is ill with typhoid at 4he. Mepwria hospital is- Biigntiv improjre.f j, ? Miss Gertrude Rogers and Mrs". "Lil liaji Sawj-er spenfthis week .with friends in .-Boston:'-!- -m Norwi3h the's'SkWilr attend. ing the fairt Hennr E. SmiSt" at &LMt VtlLvr-n -jmt the holiday at JtU.eotiitge' "Whip-poor' ill tO WW..VIWr... Ml U u. Albert Brown "of'New : fifcveri Spent the holiday m the Grove. Harold Barrett -of Hartford passed Sunday wlih- hr-grdmothr, Mrs. G. M. Barrett affCanteV street.; , '. Louis Kagr: Sf -HirtWrd ' spent & short time with his family here. last weeK. - - - r ,y ? r . . . George Weir Portland spent Sun day with his sister, Mrs. JSllen V. Weir. Mr. and itrs Ourdon.B. Coats -an daughters. Misses ESeanpr and Mar Jorie who Sepwt tha aesceA at Crescent Beach. Gart Tracy of Haord has' Tjeen passing two weeks', vacation at his cottage. -fit -.- ,. Graham Brdwn and Oeorge Newton of New Haven maSored hrar Sunday enroute to the County fair at Norwich. Newton Lee entertained hhi sister, Mrs. James Beebe from Salem last wAlr'. . . . . ... Eddie Bann4nff t Hiirtford W, spead-; ms a weea wim nis granamotner, Airs. W. A. Banning. , . ' Lawrence Spencer has returned from Salem where he has .been .passing the summer and started Tueaday upon his studies at the ManuJ Training school, Niir Ltndon. ' ' Th village, was iujet. .Monday,-as the Norwich fair showed a good atten dance from Niantic. Mail carrier J. Percy Morgan Mrs. Morgan and Travis D. Morgan motored to the fair Monday. . Fred Manwaring of New Haven spent the holiday with R. 1i Manwa ring. ' -v i -, Dr. P. A. KumDltsch of Bridceoert motored here, to" pass the' Holiday with II IB 111 1 1 J . Milton Starlit left . Sunday even- Inr for bualnesw- in New York after passing the summer with his family at the UeVlson 6ttar. ' Metneria! Servie A number of the Orove-people7 at tended, the Memorial serviee at - the Ladies Aid Building Sunday, afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Hotchkiss and soiis -of Hartford arrived Saturday for a stay at the orove. Frank Graham of Petroit, Mich., is making, a few days1 stay -in this ec tlon.-- ' ' -- ' ' Mr. and Mrs. William Wedge ot Hal lowwell, Maine, were in town recently Mrs. George-A. Boon 4s -ntertafalng her sister, and nlir at 4he A. Ti Booii. cottage in Broadway: ' -Morris Palmr5f Willimaotic is as sisting W. &i Barker. ' Mr. and Mrs. William Austin f Lyme motored here last week for a call on Mrs. Lucy Miner. Mrs. Miner Who has been ill is im proving. , .. Mrs. TR. h: Lloyd 'aha 'daughtets of rsew rork are at their place in Wells Street. . : . - r : f.-r'-. : Edward E. Claussen and son Walter of Hartford- passed '-the holiday with Mrs. Claussen at their Pine Grove cottage.- , ' Sydnejr-Sflgt2 "bfCeAteV- street has beetr: Entertaining hi brother t rom New York. . ' Mrs. George Neuschafer and ' son left Alonday for their hom in Brook lyn. N. : Y., after passing the summer with Mrs. Olivia M. Case at the AUv- bama bungalow. Launch Returns . Capt. F. K-: Partrie returned last week with his lanucn- Crescent' from Savin Rock and has commenced mak ing daily .trip rom the Groye toNew London-.' The . 'cottagers have missed the Crescent.. -Homer Dorraan Of -the .Newport Na val Station was a. visitor in the Grove Sunday. .v. .; , Miss .TosnhijeatefMehday, to resume teacning at oouin Lovenir . FITCHVILLE Visitors During' Holiday Week Vaca- ( tjasj Outinga End. - John Kane-has returned front" "a -visit with Boston. relatives. Peter Gribbin has returned to Hart ford -'af:er.Jttaflin7 Jlid, fatteierUttohn Oribbln. -' ' J ' Walter Kelley ta-vilting reiatlve-tn Pawtuckct. se'- ? Het5jrn. Maine. '. Misa yaryiSTeCarfy-and Miss Mary Kingberger have. .returned after spend inr the f-eason in Maine. Mr. -and M-rJolw--Bb?oek. erf Ster ling have .been, guests tof MrBabeock's sister. Airs. -. William- Brad - - - - Misses Alice aod Marie'e'rnon of Bolanca, Mass.. are visiting their un cle. P. J. Kelley. Mrs. Fitzgerald of Hartford ha been spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Gribbin. Mrs. W. W. ChappelL has returned from a stay of several weeks with her sister. Mrs. Charles Powers of Ches terfield. Thomas Fields. Thomas SuHivwn.and Fred Rogers have reJaj&-ned to iBridge,-- relatives here. ' - Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Winchester and Htt!e daughter Lois of Willimantic were recent guests of Mr, stndt Mrs; N.: f. -s- SALEM Callers Curing the Week Y. P. 6. C. E. Meeting-Quests from Hanevtr. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Colt, of Ilion. N.- Y., have been spending afew days with local relati'Ws . ; ' - Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Cleric enter tained friends from Weaterlv, Mftn. day. Mrs.. Sarah. Maskowitx.. and sos Ju lius, of Hanover-. -soent -th ftrstvof .the week with Mrs.. Maskowita's -daughter,' Airs, oram suninontitz. - , . . several from town attended Nor wich fair TueBday. Mrs. . Winifield . Haner . . returned Monday from a short., stay -fith Wa- errora relatives. ... The Y. PS. C. E mtinr SundAv evening was ied by Wilbcrt 1. Mar- Mrs.- Gertrude Harrig' of 'New ;Ha- en was a recent cai.;ejf.,ih' town.- ,;w Holiday Guests.,... , . Mr. and Mrs. R. R enfnr ni children - and Mr WilHam of New Britain wets; guests ttf Miss -usiia Darting, Labor Day. -.i Mrs. .Mabel Jordon and son .- Chea ter, o( Montville,-- spent sth first of the week with relatives her. Mosee Ctuoman'md (iircht.i- Mio Lila Chapman, of- MattSvJll . sp'enC "a tew days recently with relatives in town. ... . GALES FERRY Silver Tea of Red Cross Auxiliary .Well Patreniaed Vaudeville at - Country Club Oevemer's Meseag : E a . .a tti- .. m : -. . . "Lsave, Following Labor Day.- .The Gales" ' Ferry r-anxiiiajy of-the Norwich Red Crass gave a. silver tea at the summer home 'of Mrs. A. C. Risdon tf New York, in the -village. Saturday - afternoon from S to -6 o-ciock. Mrs. Risdon ' an Mrs. Bill ings b. v. crandall -were the host eas es. The younr ladies who assisted in serving were: Miss Katherine Risdon, Misses Esther and Margaret Witsnn f Breok:yn, N. Y.t . Mlas' Edna" Mann or-rurnom ana Mies Ruth Lawson of the village. They wore rhite dresses and' tht regulation Bed Cross nurses' caps. A.gooff sum wae rc(ClEe. t , tnppy vaudeville. ; The vaudeville performance erven at the Country Clubhouse Saturday eve ning under the directknof -Miss Bes sie Ames, of Yonkera, N. Y was clever and "full bf anapp; -ioeal' hits. The Gaies Ferry baud made its first and last appearance in a musical way and was enthusiastically encored. Ice cream-was on sale af the close of the performance. Tea Well Patronised. " The Ladies' Aid Society tea 'In the vestrji of the M. E: furch last TWll ftdA m (rar i r, m- i.a , .11 attended and a pleasing success. Salad. sanawic;ies,'CaKe and pie- were sold. Read Governor's Messaae.. Rev. James M. Potter itroke from' 2 Timothy 1:3 in the M. E. church Sun day morning, the theme being. Good Soldiers of Christ. Rev. Mr. Potter read uov. Marcus jh. Hoicomb's recent message ana pam a. special tnouie Dy prayer for "the ' young men of this country called tO'.a foreign country te nnt. Rev. -Allen 8haw Bush cop' ducted the 5 o'clock aervcs in the Country- clubhouse. Sunday"', afternoon, speaking from St. Ljke 20: SB, Render tnererore unto Caesar the'thingrs which be Caesar's and unto-God the things which be God's. -.'.- . ' . Commitsiened Second Lieutenant. ; - . William. H." Barnes jof. NewvLondoii and Galtfc Fet ry received his commis sion as second lieutenant m the Field Artillery , in ihe B-rmy. i-oervice from civil life", having passed the required examinations several weeks . ago. He was ordered l-o report for "duty at Fort Leavenworth, Kan. V i . Entertained Friday. Mf.iF.nny A. Molthrop entertained Friday.- Mrs. Arthur C. Fuller of- Beet fcView, Msv-Courtland K. Colver, Navy Yard; Mrs. E. "W. Jones. Mt. Vernon, N. Y.i.-itnd Mrs. Curtss F. Gates. New London, at he- home in tht. village. - Cuests From Reehetter. J 1 Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Chrffch ef Rochester. N. Y., have been spending, three weeks at the- cottage of ... Mr. Church's ' parents,- Mr: ' and" Mr. "Lewis Church f Norwich, on theB7uff. . Mrs. J.- H. Larrapee of Newburyport, Mass.. f'.-rmerlv of 'Norwich, is a guest at the home of Mr. feud MrV. Nathan' A. GiLbs in the village. Th party mo '.ored to' New Haven- Lab.ir Day. ; .- ? Mrs-'Charles J frirSjigs . of. :Newf ijonaon was a gueat at tie .nome or Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. Latimer, Friday. George Hughes of New. York spent the week-end and holiday at the sum mer home ef Mr., and Mrs. jGeorge-W. Frost. ' "''. Mr. and "Mrs. Paul Allen have taken rooms it the cottage of Mrs. Lucy A. Huributt for the present: Rev. James M. Potter Coroner Frank lin H. Brown and Dudley C. Perkins attended the ball game at the Plant field,- New London, LabOF-Day, -On House Boat,' ; Meter Visiters From. New Jersey Big FTat-Hearfoer Adder Killed Fine Field f Cneiliuja Corn. Mr mn nr-m trrin; T5,.-. Terrace were reeent guests Of Mr. and sons, WilHtsm Button, Jr., and Clar-.Mrs.-E. E. Reynolds. .'.':,." once Button of IrvJngton. New Jer Mrs. Nellie Rogers of Willimantic sey, were week end - visitors with was an over tmday guest at the home friends in Goshen Mr. Button's early of Mr. ndMrs. C. E. Ellid. home.-The trip was made by automo . Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dolbeare were bfle by way of Hartford, the die Sunday, rueste of Mr. and Mrs Charles tanr uni -a,, no u Rogers of Massapeag . . I Riv. B. F. Clark of Lebanon nreach- Benjamin Shaw returned t uaies ed here Sunday at tW o'clock, his Ferry. Monday, after apending a few I bi. Tk. t -r days with Rev. Lawrence Gates. was botn- interesting d helt.f,.l. hOboth!a:- Jwe"ePhSiay "guests h" t of Mr. ai.d Mrs. J. I. Ross. , DW,,M fiTMin. v-X' 1, Guest from Dakota. 1 : I Chauncey Williams. U. S. N and sis- Mrs.. Cl arlee Hewitt of Cogswell, N. I ter. Miss Ella Williams, of Lebanon. . D.. is mi ending a few days at the! Mr. Williams -of the United State navy is nome on a few days' furlough. , Home From Motor Trip. P. -A. LaihrOD and anna. Arthur La- throp and Andrew Lathrop. have re turned from an automobile trip - in northern New England. , Mrs. Ethel Smith and son of Willi mantic, are visiting Mrs. Smith's sis ter, Mrs. Charles. L. Hinckley. A number from this Mace motored to Ocean Beach Friday and a visit was also made to Niantic. -Miss Ethel-Randall is the truest of friends in New Jersey. -ne reminder of the oasslne- of the irooa oia summer time is the sound heard a number of miles -distant of the Mrs. Austin Rathbun and children "crtmy ".5Lh001 oel'. oshen Hill. home of her brother. M. C. Swan. Mrs. Charles Perry. Mrs. ',.C: R. Perry aid Miaa Natalie Service,' of Greenev.ile, -' spent Friday with Miss R. E. Palmer. - Misses Bessie Reynolds and Mabel Sherman have returned to Bridgeport, after spending a week wilh Mr. and LMra. John Ross. Mrs. Emma Champlin or Worcester, is the guest of her niece, Mr. .d ward Reynolds. , ' Miss Lillian Boynton as returned 'to ivorwicn, arter visituig Airs, wiiiiam Rrtlevi Mrs. -William Ganup of. Woodstock is spend ng the week-end with Mrs Fred Galmp-. of -. Plain Hilt are amending eeveral days at the home of C. L. Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Randall and arm Arthur Randall, visited friends at Lewis Clark of Fort -Wright was, a J 3oh?" 'oint- "Waterford, Friday, cent guest of Mr. ano Mrs. J.- I-1 -T'" Waterntt. W. T. Curry ant anil IT ST. Jones 'were in New Haven this weeic. Big .Adder Killed. One day this week a larre. flat-head ed adder was, killed on Maple Hill in a pasture lot. Archie Walklngshaw of Chlconee fans, Mass.. was a week end visitor witn mends- here, A number -from thia nlac attended Perry-Gallagher Wedding at Home of I w,vn "". -nmner yaK lairs tms Groom Parents. The Norwich fair has been well at tended by people from this village. Miss Sarah Palmer was the guest of her uncle, Horacs Palmer and fam. ily. over Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Will P. Hill with their recent guest Ross. Rev.: L. O.. Gates will preach at the Baptist church Sunday morning. Sub ject: Love end Obedience. , Sunday school at Uila p. m. ' At'?:S0 p. m..the B, P. V. meet ing will be held. . . ' CLARK'S FALLS . I j. Waterman haa aim nf tnA Annst fields of ensilage corn in this section, which attracts notice of those who pss tnat way.' NORTH STONINGTON son,. Gardiner, and daughter, Ruth, ofN Teacher" Yet For CmrU' r.iu Seheol Baltic Woman Buys Brock -,way -property Rec!Cr6b Member Busy.- " The tjwn school' houser have been Pearl street, Westerly, while enjoying a ride In thelrTiew car Mohday call ed on friends here and - at Laurel Glen. Miss Elsie StlHman of New Britain and ItTiaa AnA-rvrm wi- th -tritwafa Af her fathwe cousin. Mrs. Horace F.jV"Pa,rea as extensively as funds Plmr. ; Priilav nirmiinr. Thev wsri oi;14 permit.-the chanllinj in accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. George -. b naving been, thoroughly, w-. iuricK or cniase ni, MopKie I ln scnoois win open ton. . - :Tonaay, jfept. 10. The teachers will Perry Galligher. . nceier aiscricjL, Mise Gladys M At the home of Mr. and Mrs. John "-'r"' w"?4", wniwwn; center B. Perry Saturday afternoon, their t " 'r- ' J?.u,lr' Stonln.- youngest son, Oscar E. Perry, and MIss Ki;ln tdvard- ' pinHi-t- Tr. ' Emily, U Gallagher, both of New Ha- ' IZtlV' Lea"? AVhwineU vep were united, in marriage by- Rev. Kria i R..trw w v ?v ' Clayton. A. Burdick of Westerly. The ni?. s ceremony was performed beneath an Vorth ? ntnii' xrV' arch of green and White. Mies Edith L C?aDman North &?nJJ&lSa nrlt Perry of Danlelson. played the bridal Li'K Nf.'h Ali.lL Vfih march. Only a few relatives were vard. Th. ;.,.,, p, wl' iCfil present. Mr. and Mrs. Will C. Perry school haa not vet h.i- point, - r-urcnaser. Mr.,. J.. G. Burr of Baltic has and daughter. Madeline, of Riverpoint, R. J., Miss Elvira Perry of Perryvllle, Mr. awi Mrs. Harold Maine of New- relatives and attended the, funeral of an. c. Barker. '' - Mr. and Mrs! Ed Gibbs, Mr. and Mrs. Clement Fowler, motored to Hartford Springfield, Holyoke and Northampton Sunday. . v. Long -Time Mail Carrier. Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Loom is have moved to Hartford. . Mr. Loom is has carried mail for about forty years and vill bo missed by many. - Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sweet and chil dren. Elizabeth and Walter, have re turned to Washington, after spending their vacation with Mrs. Sweets mother, Mrs. Annie Perry, at Red wood. " Mrs, Richard Bishop and son, Gordon, are spending two weeks with Hartford relatives. Thieves About, Deacon flames , Y. Thomas has had 8 hens stole n, recently. Some one has Stolen pole beans from Mrs.- Louise Watrou's garden. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pultz left Thurs day for Sherburne, N. Y., for a visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hewitt and Mrs. Catherine Sweet attended the Charter Oak fair Wednesday. Mrs. Sarah Oager is spending a few days with relatives at P.leasant View, R. I. Charles Whetmore and family were week end visitors with Air. Whetmore's mother, Mrs. William Whetmore. A large number from this place at tended the fair at Norwich. Mrs. H. M. Peck. C. M. Geer "annd daughter, Myra, spent Sunday at Can terbury. ... At Legislative Club Reunion. E. A. Hoxle, Elisha Waterman, ' W. T. Curry, Ed Jones and Stanton Briggs were at Cozy Beach, East Ha ven. Wednesday, to attend the reunion of the Connecticut Leeislative club. The Red Cross met Tuesday at Miss Hattle Hewitt's. Elmer. Clarence and V Roy Geer weer callers in Moosup Sunday. I George Goodwin of Hartford is 'Vls"- itine his brother. Clinton Goodwin. Sheldon Peck of Blair. Neb., was a week end visitor at C. M. Geer's. Mr. Peck attended the G. A. R. meeting in Woston. . Mrs. David "Pitcher and dauehters left Thursday for their home in Brook lyn. N , , LEONARD BRIDGE port. Mr. find Mrs. MaHory Maine off bought the house of Charles C. 1 Wednesday New.' Purchaser Take Possession of Williams Farm Personal Item. 'Mr. and Mrs. Otto A. Nettleton and daughter.' Grace, returned -Friday evi ening from an eight-day visit with frionds at Clinton. Miss Lavina Knesland and David Walsh were visitors at Mrs. Emma A, Parks at Jones street, Hebron, Sun- dav. During 'the '"afternoon thev ac companied Mrs.' Parks and Earl Park on an automobile trip to East Hamp ton. where .they cared on .Miss Is.nee land's "aunts. Mrs". Eunice Adams and Miss Mary J. Watrous. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hughe of Providence are at Mrs. K.' L. Cum miners' over Labor Day. Mrs. Bertha,- Cox. with her son from Stamford, is at her mother's, Mrs. Georro A. Mills'. Miss Joyce L. Corblt of-Brldgeport is visiting her grandmther, airs. Ida E. Cummin gs. Attended Fair. Several from thi place attended the isorwich fair, Monday, Tuesday and D. .Winer-ester. Jeremiah Snow of Philadelphia has oeen visiting his sister, Mrs. Phoebe Thompson. Miss Mary Gallagher of Providence a visitir.g her cousins,' the Miss.es Tiejds. .i.tr Sj; 'L-- NIANTK; Social Activities of Village-and Groyf Launch Crescent Heme from Savin Rook Notes of the Heliday. - - Mrs. 'Mary Wickford of Lyme is car rg .for Mrs. Lucy Gleasorv who s re :overing slowly frorrf' tlTrrees'.-' - ' '-..' Mrs. George Peabody has gone to Harford to visit relative .j t.y .' Mrs. Isabella Hargey and daughter f .Uncasville .former residents of Ni tntic. are at the Morton House. Mrs. Amelia Thompson of Nyack, N. a guest at the Niantic House is re rted improving from her illness. Mrs. Miompn has spent many summers icre. , Guests From Norwich Mr. and Mrs. George A. Howard of A plumber from thi place were In j5s ir?s sr ' CHESTERFIELD The dance given hy the Eureka CliiW at the Golden Spur Wednesday was well attended, but a small amount was made. The preaching services In the Ran. tlst church SumiafUtftrlioan liv Pant Hill, of Massachuaetis Ta welt attend i . . . v t r Mrs. Charles Powers "after spending a month in Uncasville returned home .Sunday: ?-,'-People. from here-attended 'tlre CounC cy rair at jsorwicbi - - - Mrs. Willis Chappell returned home to -itcbvllle the fleet o.ihe. w.eek. -wise steiia Saul of New York Is visiting miss Helen Kaplan. Benjamin Kaplan spenttha. week-end and Labor Day In New York- ' Miii Ethel .Kaplan Is teaching .the Lake Pond school this yeO-TV - ' Miss Florence Lula Powers spent two days recently Wn -'Norwich 'arid Fitchville. v Misses .. Ruth . and ElsiO: J5ogue with Mies Alena Lester of Norwich - spent the week-end and .lOllde on the house boat, Gypsy. . -. .' Leave for City Home. -'The exbdus of summer " people be ran Tuesday. Mrs. Richard Ames and daughter. Miss Bessie 'Ami, of Yon- kers, N. Y who Jiave.been guests of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Frost at trjetr eummer home, left Tuesday as did also - Mr.? and -Mrs. Frost ana family for their home in Montclalr. N. J. Miss Evelyn- Richards, " upefivsor of : sewing - in the school of Passaic, a. - J., who has been spending her va cwtton -it the hom? of ''her - parents; Mr.'and Mrs. Fred Richards, of -Long COv-e, left TVueeday to restrme iter .flu ties: Miss - Harriet Biehop Brown return ed to Hartford, Tuesday.-to begin an other year ot ter-chingi' Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Millec enter tained Mr. Miller's brother, C. Miiler, and Mr?.. Miller, of New Yock-, for the holiday.. . . .- . ...... Birthrfay Anniversary. . ,.The; third' birthday anniversary ef the young, eon of Mr. and Mcs. - C. E. Colver of the Navy Yard, - Frederic Browne Colver was observed last Sun day evening by hi relatives. Matilda Kleuse and .Dorothy- Louise' Dana of New .York WTe .young guests, present outside the family. Ice " cream and cake wa? served. J Mrs. Horace H. - Sears liod soa,: At-fred.- who have been - spending ,- the summer" in the place, left for West Haven the past week, .where they are to reside. , Mrs. Fanny A. Molthrop was a guest lasi week at the homo- of Mr. and Mrs:. Frank L. Lathrop of Norwich.. Canonchet, Mr. and Mrs. Allen .Coats Brockway and will take possession to- and Carol Maine of this town, ana Miss Uil- Edith Prry of Danielson. Mrs. TJein- airs, rtaroia 1.. Blakeslee sen and Mr. and Mrs. William Dalnes,- N,f w Hvn- ""ho have occupied one mothers and sister of the bride were tn. rt" rtnitories of Wheeler school pVesent, also Miss Kingsley of New 2J? '' "mmet- residence, vacated Haven. .Mr. and Mrs. Perry left in I . the evening for Providence. Wednes-1 f -in.M- John L. York have day moming they left for New Haven I turn?? fn a ten davs' visit in where Mr. Perry is employed. I w W . vi troicQLi, auDuroan to Waterbury, spent Sunday and Labor J ! sutac or an. u JJ-. H'lsher. accompanying home on ThmiIv hi. Persona' Items of Local and General family, who- had been visiting. Mrs. Interest. I isner (or-a longer period --nr. 'ia sits. ienry Kichmond MONTVILLE HAMBURG ASHWILLETT Grover C Maine called en friends in Norwich, Wednesday, -' Mr. aad Mrs. Chartoav AJhurgh . vis ited wifi friends in Yawbux Valley, Sunday. , - - n--- Edwin Maine of 'Maine's Crossing mas in Ashwillett, Saturday. John L. 'Holmes transacted busi ness in New London, Tuesday. Charles , Hayward visited Norwich friends, Saturday. A Fellowfeellnfl. Possible postcard from the ex-Csar to the kaiser: "Siberia Dear . Bill: X-XMrtngTrgfaietpingrunger" Wish you were here. City Star. NIcV." Kansas L. Holds " Lawn Festival ' and Hear Suffrage Addre. Mr. and Mrs. John F. Tiffany and sons were visitors in Hartford the past wetk. ': Mra; "Jlubay, ) daughter and son, re turned Wednesday to New York, after spending their vacation at their sum mer home in sterling City. Mr. a.id Mrs. John eR. Beebe ef Hartsfosvl visited their rister, Mr. XiOdowie'x Bill over Labor Day. ' Miss Irene Woods - of "New London, visited Harriet Reynold last Wednesday..-' -''.! ' ' ' Mrs. Edwin . Hick md daughter, -theV' of . Vernon, and Mrs. - John Brady, of Boston, are gu-ssts of their mether, Mre.; Palmer, in St'.-rllng City. . Mrs." James Lord entertained Miss Bartholomew of-West Haven the past week. ' Lawn Festival. The E. F. L. of Lyme held a l&wn festival " last week Friday night at Red GaVes. Mrs. Hepburn of Hurt. fordT'and Miss Dawsbn, spoke ofl Suf frage. MuSlc and dancinp were fen joyed and refreshments) were OK sale. Mr. and -Mrs. J. A. Bernatches of ? .Pre"tcn, vislte thetli daughter,4-Mrs. waterbury were- week-end guests of v" Jr- '.cunoaaay. Miss Addie Moran. ' 'Made. Comfort Bags, i.uuy . lucrum nas recurnea i xne. Red Cross auxiliary met in home, after a week at Atlantic City, the. Congregational vestry .Wednes- - ... .inAiun uiiuay io maxe comrort bag:-. uioeiuicm, ivibss., ana dames . .lie- I fm- A,,..!.... with their mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Mc-I An automooile from Rnode Island Ardle. containing nve . or six paseengers Mr. and Mrs. Mervln Chipman en-1 overturned in rront of the residence tertainea over the week-end, Mr.- and I", "uu? uray, weanesoay eve Air. John Denney Harvev Anderson. 1 "'"o- was senousiy injured. Mlaa T.n T-5 Anduin At ATvr nrltkin Misses Martha and Jessie Riggott of Beriin,' and Emory Somers oi. North Attieboro, Maes. Miss Alexina Soney has 'returned to Esmond, R. I., after a week'e visit with Mas Zella BrcUillard of Pe- quot. Misses Jene-a and Georgabe! FRANKLIN Picnic Party to Atlantic Beach New Supervisor of School Personals. Mrs. Hattle Cole of Putnam is snend. ing a few days with Mrs. Hermon A. Smith1 are anendine- f flivi with iGawr. Westerly friends. 1 Miss' Florence Grow has returned to Mr. and Mrs Dwight Kelsey and I ooston after spending two weeks Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hope motored to with Mrs. Louis Smith and MrsrAr- Kocicy j-omt, Monday. aims KHa Turner is Edwin P. Kneeland lost a valuable cow recently. The animal had its leg broken in some unknown manner while out to pasture. Mr. and Mre. Arthue Spencer were in Colchester Saturday evening. The new purchasers have taken pos session of the Williams farm. The sellers have - gone ; back to -New York. Mrs. ,Ida E. Cummings, Carlton A. Cummings. Joyce. L. Corblt, attended tha'-IIartford 'fairs - Mrs.. Arthur ,J.- Stevens -.With her daughter,, has returned to "Providence, R. 1.. accompanied by her mother; Mrs. Julia Geer, wlio will -stay , for' a few weks. -Visit: '.' .- ROAD SOCIETY v.'sitlna her brother, "Herbert Turner of Salem. Holiday Trip. . thur Smith. Outing at Beach. A party of young people from Leb anon road went to Atlantic Beach .on Mr.' arid Mrs. Charles Burgess and I a picnic one day last week. daughter. Vera, enent Labor Dav with -tnenos in Pawtucket. ii. I. Sir. and Mrs. Louis Smith Mlaa riorence Geer and Ernest Smith mo Palmer Bros. Mrs. Jane Paten had as guests over 1 tored to Hartford One dav this week iaropr way. ueorge fratt or New r Mr. and Mrs. s. T. Hnlton and Haven, end Gsorge Paton and family daughter hf lxington, haVe been the ' i - ... ... , . j itii luii n in ui ii r i . i.iirnB. Mi Fanny Okrant ha resigned atlHolfon. They brought Miss Anita noiton, wno nas neen spending the summer witn tnem. George Goodwin of Hartford is the guest or mi sister, Mrs. Louis Smith. Callers From Norwieh. Mrs. Louis Starkweather an Mr May . Roes of .Norwich were caller on Mr. ana iri George Ladd Saturday PRESTON Rev. and Mr. L. M. Kerteaton Moving - t ohelTenv Secretary Edwin Hill of the T. M. j afternoon, C. ' A. will erea.cn in the Congresa I Th wi tional church Sunday rhOTjnt. George seicer. who haa been spend' ing several weeks - In the West, re turned home this week. W. N. Wheeler began fli'tin his silo tms week. Several from hr lterWrl rh mh. fererice of churche at Pchui; Wedi. nesaay. nev. ana a&rm. l. m. Keneeton are Th9 weekly nrsiyer meeting was hell At the home of. John Engstrom, Wed nesday and a good number were' pres ent. Air. Hoimt sang several solos. . Beheel te Open Monday. The eehoel in tftwn will non Mon' day wltfif'the HrHawiilf teacheri; Miss Blanche Smith ort Lebanon Roatl:' StlBs Sullivan. Meettrrtr House Mill Pi.iti. eaug tfreen, Misg Catherine HOHOn moving their goods this v.eek t the Windham Road, Miss Affhe Lamh: former' new paerorste in Shelton. The people of the dSaptttt cRUreh at G9jer Distrirt. Mm : MArttret Mm r.. v. enearer nas ee hnpDlnted tended the Congregational church Supervisor, to WJCTWH L. W. Clapp. Sunday, having a union service and communion, LIBERTY HILL The Liberty Hill opened .ha term Tueday pupils. Mts Orae DaH-oll of Willi mantle u teachr. - . ' . Walter-Cieland of Great BafWntott, Mas, . tAllM Ofl frlenl here and Staved a:- the. home rf hla-ftlf- TUiW jonn .- ft-iniiartl. aunaay gwt: Mr. Cieiand left here is years ago. . John Clarke . Is vleiting Everttt Loom is - in Schenectady;- N. Y. Mr. Looiiaia formerly Jived ra LeAa.ndn a Mrs. Fred GrW ana daiMrrrter. Hel. n. hav i-etO"ried t6 their home in Ameryille, after spending three weeks wit Mr. n Mrs. Louis Smith, AMhllr Smith Tmsat Slmjlb Anil TIKw district cfttl I Seckwith, attended the annual Bill with 11 oinner in LWyarO. - Byron , Billings at Farm For Winter Local People Attend Norwich Fair. Francis Dixon of Wickford. R. I., has' returned, home, after visiting his, granaparents lor some days. Mrs. Fannie Williams entertained a party at the Gallup homestead, re cently. Miss Martha o. Williams ha re turned from a visit with friends at New Bedford. Mr. and Mrs. William if, Chesebro of Beloit. Wis., have sent out Invlta lions to the marriage of their daughter Gertrude on: September 11, 1917. Byron -Billings and family have mov ed to the Billings farm ror the win ter. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Flood and Mr. and -Mrs Seth . N. AVIlliams mutored to Norwich and New London Tues day. Mr. and Mrs. ' Horace Frlnk attend ed the Norwich fair Tuesday. Miss Grace Wheeler returned from Norwich on Monday, having spent the week e"d with her cousin, Mrs. Bur ril A. Herrlck. Mrs: Agnes Peabody. spent Wednes day and Thursday with friend In Mystic. Mr. andi Mrs. Llanfe Cottrell of New York were at' Maple Lawn recantlv. A number from here attended the 'D. A. R. meeting in Mystic Wednes day. ' Seth N. William was- a business caller in New London Thursday. Mrs. Julius Weyand of Newark, N. J., was a recent guest at Mr: Marcla Stanton's. , GRISWOLD LEBANON Ni B besmift; Mfctt CarNer For Fifty Years, Mftye f HIWffl-Thlivll Visit ftvod and Garden teeal Malt at Reuhien of LeSlstifcfv &tufe, JJr. tlenfy 8wet fetrillfr LEFFINGWELL -- - . .... Motor T.-ip to Vermont Visiter From North Daketa. JTred-a... XefiBgwe:! . ;'rviaTtor-rt -SaxtonHi Klvkr, trip was made by antomoMle. ttr. recent t. . Tht ivil Aixr Vr.ri JLTJUiS". 1 "w ve m .town. Saturday te p&hil 5?i nuJffa I tlenft fanerf df Mr. Sweel's fiH 1 Loemls health IS I brtfnlr.ift.law NatnafUal 6. Bark TBU - .'t - , lefi -' - Charles ftoodt-ich and rmliy Wert I i-ua.Ia Wiliiix: i rti a uits 6f Bert. Smith and mettle in I ?i iiiftaiiin tniB ttUna Uii kiJj Bampt 6ver Sunday ... . 1 ilHi.T!a. JiSAiA Misn Jabel Pmyeon f wnluU6 1 i . "" "." -f .t a i. mmm iUt.i. r. -l.rurrougn. fih-ertlt PatfsonV Sam WaekVtell has. drchaledl a. two: eatfd Ct. : Mr. W:iteil is mall er r ttmnsfiMefSUf'kM family at Mtlia visited Mr. Stroftg's sltf. Mrs. Albert Gu le and serf of THamea J. Henry CUrkS, 6vr Sunday. Irs. Return to Philadelphia tie -a:oaiiik mtu mia ,!. totxWiUt the., Uhrn4r with ht Slstef, MVS. F. P. FdWlr. has Wtufhed id flBf HojM if FAilsjdeipHiac j , Dr. Frederiek Sweet land fathily 6f SttrinjrAelri . spent several days wltii Miss Mary Buck of Monson, Mass., has been visiting friends In town this week. Mr. and Mrs. - Henry D. Geer. Mr. and Mrs. Alphone Aborn and daugh ter, Jennie, of Three Riv?, Mats,, visited over Sunday With Deacon arid Mrs. Eva Geer. M WtlrtntTt TT KftCnAd UnS Mlaa Mnre-aret Riddel of VdliiritflWn. Were Mit3 of Mr. and Mr s. W. f. Blt gond thi Week. Mrs. P. IT. TTrtHlr! Is -sDendlna- a cotfpie tt Weeks at Montville with Rer. ahfl'Mrt. q. L. rrencR. BOZRArt M-fS. T"rahfc MBMon hnd her sister. Miss. Martha RlrhkrdS6H Sf Boston, are visJtlng at Hv. arid Mrs. j. C, Thrig's . , - v Mrs. Edward Bishep has returned home after two weeRS' visit ffl New Haven and BritfgewSTPT. Mr. and Mf. J. B. MAneS b! flh la Barbnra. CBi.. wP falli-s on Miss Alice -Binhop Wednesday afternodn. MM, Frank Standfuh 6f Wbehsdck et. it, t:, has" Mjeft the RUeSt 6f Mrs. fin 61 a Miner this Wk. . GLA5GO Opening of the. Schooli-r-Thread Ml Closes For Holiday Eccleston Farr Sold. . School In the Eighth district com menced the Fall term Tuesday morn irfg with Miss Moran of Plainfleld 1 tMe senior room and Miss Montgomei of Pachaug primary teacher . Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Odte and dauph ter, Prisclll,- were in Worcester, Masa last week. Mrs. George' W. Burdick returned t Providence Friday, after spendin, three weeks With her niece, Mrs. W G. Burdick. The new superintendent of school! Mr. Swift was in this place Wednes day. Attended Fair. W. G. Burdick attended the Nor wich fair Tuesday and met man friends. , Mr. and Sirs. Levlne have as guest, their sorr and his family from Brook, lyn, N. Y. , Mabel Blanchard spent the week en and Labor Day with relatives in Nortl Stohington. . . ; 'Holiday for Employes. Glasgo Thread Mill resumed work oi Tuesday morning after being shu' down for Labor Day. Mrs. Wiseman is soon to move tn Vu village into the house recently occu pied oy jxir. Aiarshand. The Ecclestor farm, where Mr. Wiseman has lived tin past two or three years has been sold to New York purchasers. The Ladies' Aid society will be en tertained by Mrs. Hanlon next Wed nesday afternoon. Teaching In 'Middletown Miss W. F. Green, a former fa.h. er in this district is teaching in Mid- uieiow-n. Mis Delia Malloy Is the guest ol friends in Providence. Miss Marlon Malloy has ' resume teaching m Waterbury where she hai taught for the past four or Ave years Mr. and Mrs. Walter T.-.nner ander and Minda Tanner were caller! t W. (i. Burdick's Monday on theii way back from taking their daughter Olgra, to her school duties at Hop Riv er, where she taupht last year. Air. and Mrs. Hem-v .Ta trip, to Fall River, New Bedford, Mass., on Labor Day. accomnanferl h-u- v,i. daughter, Viola and Misses Leoza and Mary Dayon. . Mr. Ed .Dayon Jr chauffeur. They visited St. Ann', church, which Vis very beautiful. VOLUNTOWN Teacher at Center School Town Contributes Alexander Tanner to Uncle. Sam's Service in New Army. .Mr. arrd ' Mrs. Ri family of. .Uppe Valley,. R. I.. Mr.' and Mrs. Nason Lewis nnd daughter or Qccum. were auesta at the hnv,a Esther Lewis over the week end. On Shore Leave, Jesse Jordan of IT. s Rinu.k Tfth Carolirfa was here cai a 4S hour leave Sunday. Air. and Mrs. John Mi-nnniU Pawtucket. R. I., were holiday puests at the home of Mrs. McDonald's par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thnma. Mi-.rw, aid. J- .Miss Ola Tnnner ha rtnm4 Hop River where she began her school uuues September 4th. fc. B. Sweet of .SouthbridM nut the week end here. Florence Lewis line afte.r visiting relatives in Norwich. ueorge v nson of Norwich w.s call ing on, friends in town las- Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Tillinhaot family of Danielson were viwitors with relatives nere recently. airs. Annie B. Andrews haa re. Jur'ned-to.Roekjr Hill-.. . , Jiia;in Apdrews has begun his Ju nior year at the Middlelown- . HlgTi school. . , - '-; Nathan Graff snent Sundav a rvJ. erbur'y. . " '. " alisa Ethel Lewis-Is enioving' a vara. ion at -Hope -Valley, ; . . - .; Air. flnrl fr A 1 Iw,.. T7 . Mary Rix and MIsk Helen HnrtAn spent Sunday with relatives at Prov- A large number attended th Vni-. wich fair the past week, especially on Labor Day. " .Teachers at Center-School. The teachers for the the Center school are: Miss Arllne Thompson of Hampton; Miss Ranev of Baltic, and Miss Hassler of Taft ville. The school will onen for , fall term September 10th. Member of New Army. . Alexander Tanner, who was draft ed and accepted left Tuesday morning for STew London where he was order ed to report for further orders for service in the new national army. Mr. and Mrs. William Crawford were visitors in Providence Wednesdav. The Sisters, teachers and students at the Academy of the Holy Famllv at Baltic, , motored here In touring cars Wednesday afternoon. They were the guests of Rev. Richard P. Morrissey. GARDNER LAKE Boynton-Schnorr Wedding Campers Leave Digging Well at Mitchell Cottage. HANOVER .... WilliarH G. Park Ms returned horn after a IMgtfiy stay at Bethlehem, N. Mr. Vrld MfS. Hrtry Bennett . fcnd sdh. HartJl 6f K'flv York, were the ?ilst of Mr, and Mrs.- James Bennett Wf BVr I-aRSf Day.. . ton and Mrs. Rogers C. Peck and children have returned to jWashlng IV G. , . t ... At the hoe of the groom's narenta Tuesday. Miss Mar.Tarite Schnorr of New Tork and Norman Boynton were .united in. marriage by Rev. Michael Maynard. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Alexander and son of Maiden, Maes.. George Fol lett and sons.- Miss KHthrin P'ollett Af Willimantic were Sunday guest at THiiey rarm. Mr. and Mm. Edw. Eaton anil chauffeur of Hartford were guests at Hilltop the past week. Mr. ana Mr. R. W. Brayley and son Reginald of Brooklyn. N. Y.. have re turned. R. W; Stevens of Rye. N. Y.. are at Idle Hour cottage. Charles Twist , and farr.liv of NAP. Wich epint a few days, nt the Car.y c6ttage. The after-party at Camp Maesapeak returned to New York Friday. Having Well Dug. Archibald Mitchell, Jr., of Norwich Is having 6 well dug on hi property. Camp IshoWurry closed for the sea son Friday. i Mrs. Annie Lewis has gor to Wlfli mantle after spending a, few w6eks With r fatHir, Lewis Lfltlmer. Df. A. L. SKesDlrl arid family, wT6 have ben occupying the. Oat cottage for lh ast tetl flfiys, fettirtled tfl Colchester- f6hday. . - f - - t ' A Kndxville (Tenn.J girl makes eler Cr dhfiracter drills wth heaAa carveit f 4fle. applet . . . .1 "I ' J5 r- ,! ' -- - 'j , .' ' . -"L ' r "" ' -Bfl i BBtrasil islTasi IsMassaffTirrsii :.-.'T s s iairili