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NORWICH BULLCTW, FKTDAT, DECEMBER 23, 1921
Despair Lurks WII4-IMANTIC In Weak Blood NORWICH BULLETIN WILLI M ANTIC OFFICE telrphoae B5-S Chore S4. What It Gfaic Oa TonUrht. C anton Windham, No. 2, P. M., I. O. O. F., meets at 807 Main street. Thursday at both Natchao and Model schools Christmas Drofnuss were carried mit In the various grades. At the Blodel wehools grades 5. 6, 7 and 8 combined and ifave tti" following pTopram: O Come All ye Faithful, hymn by the entire, aaoem bly: Cod K: Vou, Merry Gentlemen, by the seventh and eights grades; Silent Night, hymn by the assembly; We Three Kin of Orient Are. fifth grade; o Little Town of Bethlehem., assembly ; Good Chnstiia Jln, Rejoice, sixth grade; Roar's Head Carol, seventh and eighth grade boy; The First Noe.1, assembly; presentation of gifts from CifcriMmas tree. Principal Ellsworth. The musical num bers were directed by Morgan R. St. John. t 'ax'hauK scli.oi wh grade had it9 pwi exejvifis. The program presented in the upper grailes follows; Grad P. Haul A. Jacobs, teacher: Hymn. Nativity ; I St!'.! Believe in Santa r'aus, Olive French: The Song, the Star nd the Story. MareeHine Marrotte, f-:!s-nce Thompson. Kathryn Ryan; song, Hear the Bella; Tlie Very Pest Kind of a t'hrstma Tree. Gwtrude ttondero, Jessi ra Kenton; play, The Christmas Queon. Those in the cast were Frances Crane, f-vin Butler, Melvin Lincoln, John To maMiiv William Mueller,- James Simon, Evelyn Yorke, Francis Thompson. Alberta Fryer. Mr'dred Mooore, Sara Rabinowttz, Ke'lic Sainton Clifford Roundly, Isadora tCrut. Gorgo Kins.. Norman Remington, fo-hr. Cadarowsky, William French. Em tnr, liawson. Hazel Jones. Edward Dziom Mi. Eddy Schinman. Elinor Crawford, t'or.stant '.'hrtstmas Grade 7. Eleanor Rose teacher: Pledge r. 'he King; son?. Chime and Carol, ;hil : Dorothy's Christmas. Anna Bucko: song. Wa Three Kings of Orient Arc. WnUer Thompson, Herbert Thomp yon. Krerett Kenfleld and school '')ii.4mas 'Bel:i, Doris Kelley ; song. Si- 'nt Mgb:, school; The Legend of a Per Vot Gift. Mae Sn!iiv.n: A Christmas t-:oe. JMn Field; dialogue. Father's Crrwtma. Mnrjorie Phillips. Carolyn Word's, G-Ttrude P-rettechelder. William .iorri;in. Walter Thompson, Harry Ladd ; fhrlstma Wishes. HaMe Field; sonf. The Flrt Noel, school : distribution of gtfiS. Grades ami 7, Mrs. White teacher: '"lav T'e I'liristmas Rose; players. Bar ber. rollard, ..Virginia Hinman. Laura Armfi. He.len Rychling, Molina Cohen, "a-.i'le Mathowson. Adolph Forttana, !,oais Sullivan. Barbara Dziomba, Avis Konfle'.d, Cb. arietta Sww.son ; songs and "r-.n-ls, all pupils. Grade- 6. Miss O. L. Johnson teacher: cmg Chime and Carol, class; Story of '.e Wise M'n. Moliie Kmg ; poem. A 'T.r.stmas Song;. Bernice Merriarty ; song, 'ien'. Xljrht. double trio ; poem, An Open i ir Edmond Rcrard ; play, A Mother 'ins- Christmas; players, Molly Rosen, rth-jr McCarthy, Nathan Mandeil, Ev "n1" E fire" !;". Leone! Kabitatlle, Max Hi'.'-", i'f.uct'r Kawson, Everett W. ;rvne. Lewis Daniels. Francis McCar thy. Mar'ha Oiuskln, Leo Vogel. Perley DENTISTS Dr. Jackson, Dr. Strickland NAP-A-MINIT FOR PAINLESS EXTRACTION AND FILLING. DENTAL X-RAY SPECIALISTS 9 A. M. TO 8 P. M. 715 Matr. Street. Ailing Building Wiillmantic Phone 44 Stone, Vera Richmond, Ruth Conant, An nefta Rice, Helen Skoglund, Eva Elanchr ard, Helen Dewoncyk, Katherine Fair cloth, Howard Blanchard. . Grade V, Edith F. Willett, teacher--Sojiga, Christmas Time, Christmas Clas; Ned'a Dream, Philip Copeland ; sonsjs, Si lent Night, Away in a Manger, class; Baby's ShOTMilreA 'Helen Woodward ; Vice Versa, Ralph Wolmer; sons?, Merry Chriatmas Belle, class ; My Stockings, MStdreid Ingersoll ; Christmas Stcry, John Milterd; songs, Christmas, Christ mas Comes, nine girls ; .play, The Jollies Christinas Ever, players, Roydun Kona paslta, Aiaia Mae Anderson, Marjorie Meade, Carolina Smith, Emile Sim:n, Hase Farral. Morris Rosen. Grade V. Susan T. Sullivan. Teache- Christmas Eve, song; Christmas Oarolci, class; Christmas Comes, song; ila.y, (en tire otass) Santa Claus Visits Sohopl. Players; Clayton Andrews, Grace Wlncl mtlier. Harry Jones. Josephine Seretny, Richard Bill. Truman Ives, Jennie Seret ny, Harold Setterbercr, Stanley Musial. Stanley Klap-tk, Santo Bonann-, Alice i Marrotte. Edna Laflamme. Winifred An drews. SVtfma Cla'uson, Mildred Orerrlck. Irma Hall, Tjeonard Munier, Frank Bcrtancene, Donald McArthur, Solomoa Brettechneider, Mary Cudivorth, Jose phine Seretny. Rose Ives, William Law- ranee, Edwaid Czayka, Omer Derosier Christmas Time, sonar; ditrrbuf.rn of gifts, elves. Grade IV, Frances T. O Nell, teacner Song, Welcome. Glad Christmas Time ; Just Before Christmas. Matthew Miele : Tommy's Christmas IteSrction, Everett Shippee : On Christmas Mornng, . Elsie RycMing, A Clirlstmas Gift, Artliur &wansxn, Walter Keirans. Burton Ives, Helen Yc-nclas, Kathryn Garvey. Mary Gunvula ; song, Up on the fiousc Top ; A Schemer, Lillian Bradley; Little Jack Horner, Jack Thompson ; A Present for Mantma, Yetta Chan ; Christmas Time, Sam Bjx-le; sonir, O Little Town of Beth lehem; The Kittens' Christmas, Rose Dzwonczj'k ; all sorts om children. Mary Plesz, Adtelle Mizrach, Mary Talaronal;, Ferd MeJtaway; song. On December 23; At Seven in the Morning, Frank Ives ; An TTp-to-date Santa Claus. Henry Woj cik ; song, Away in a Manger ; Just Like Pa-pa, Pauline Delud. Bornice Robarg', Gecrge Woodward: If I could Knit, Alli son MaeArthur ; A Chri?tMius-Tro Fat'.n, Thomas Sullivan ; The Most Noted Men, Wilfred Lispe, Kenneth Brown. Merrill Jones, Harry Dudick. Y.'alter Nefi'. Jo sh Biwlto; son-sr, Santa Claus Will Cotnp Tonlirht;' The Mousie, Angelina Guarneri ; Tlie Day After Christmas, Gtorge Hadd'ad;: SMne, Stars, Shins To night, Romeo Rondeau ; song. Merry Christmas; Converting tlie Infidel. Res1 Dzwoncayk. Fred Mazaway ; Welcome t : Santa Claus, school. , The many local friends of Rev. Ed ward A. George, acting pastor of the United Consreitratirnal church of New Haven, who dropli-y'd dead from apoplexy on ChapeM street, New Havem, Thursdr.y noon, were saddened when x'he news or his death was received. Rev. Mr. 'Ueorire was a former pastor of tli First Conr? gaiional cWurch. succeeding; Rv. i"liartf;s Allen DinsmTe on Easter Sunday, Aprl 5, 1S9. Kur. Mr. Georgo while in this city originated the "Pleasant Sunday Ev ening Hour." still one of the laggest of the many activities of that church During thf; stay of Rev. Mr. George the Surelay Kvenlng Hour, from a small at tendance rabidly grew until it was nec essary to use the main auditorium. "Rev. Mr. George left Wiilimaritic F'tbruary li. 1904, cc'PL"ing a call fro mrhe Pres byterian church cf I;luca. .V. T. Over lie hundj-e'd .vouhk people satlier eSt at the Y. M. C. A. liuililing Thursday night ari-d enjuyecl three cdii-c-ational itic ttires, The-. Serpent'.-: Tooth, Uneed-.i Bis cuit and Mt. Ranier Xatlonal park. The UKtins Thursday n-ight was to take ihe Azcq of the usual Sunday afternoon pro gram of sinjrinB. short talks and' m:tlii Ijioiures. The ohange this werk was bc-r;-i:so Cliristnias fell on Sunday thi; y;-:,r and ice younger boys twculd want to be ar their own homes. Gude's Pepto-Mangan, the Blood-Builder, Arouses Dull Faculties Many a man and many a woman feels all out of sorts from thin, weak ened blood. The least little thing gone wrong throws them into a wild form of despondency. Instead of bracing up and meeting ordinary difficulties, they are downed. Serves are on edge. Ap petite lagB. Sleep is restless. They axe weak and tired and dull. Poor Hood works its havoc till the will loses its power. Few people who fall into habits or worry and despondency realize that most of their troubles are due to lack of endurance to blood that has be come weakened by overwork or strain ing. . Healthy men and women with rich red blood see things brightly. They tacKie nie witn zest and go along smil mgly, full of eagerness and endurance. Gude's Pepto-Mangaa taken steadi ly restored the blood to its natural richness. It actually makes red cor puscles, the tiny particles in blood which make it red. Druggists have Gude's Pepto-Mangan in liquid and tablet form. Advertisement. COLD WEATHER CLOTHES IN ORDER AT REMINGTON'S Winter Overcoats, Sheeplined Town Ulsters, Great Ulsters and Reefers Coats iWitK the Lowered Prices They Are Great Values. MUFFLERS Patrick Socks SILK WINTER! furrvsh your home at low coet, from our stock of niw and used furmturs, stoves, and ev"yninS for the home. WARD BROTHER'S Phone 632-3 46 JacMton Street, Willimarvtro, Conn. JAY M. SHEPARD Succeeding Fiimor & Sheptrd Funeral Director & Embalmer 50-62 NORTH ST. WILL1MAN.TIC Lad Assistant. Tl. Connection Kiliourey Bros. FUNERAL DIRECTORS AMD EMBALMER4 16 Union St. Willimantia, Conn. Phone 29C iLjdy Assistant) ontlituerf cold weather ha; its effect, and Engine Company No. t and the men were called out Thursday morning at at. 9.2:1 f.?r the third cbinuiy re since. tne com-iny; or winter. Tne hre wffs at N.' r Strong's jurt. in the dwelling owned by -the Charles Cap-in estate and tjccupte-l by the families of Goldie Arnoll and -William Butte. Twelve-! aBo nf chemica! were used to eytinr;i'sh ;;i blase, Weather permitting, residents of ibis city will enjoy listening to ithe grouy of cai'ol singers Saturday evening-. The singers are to leave the. Y. M. C. A. building on Main street at 7.30 o'clock an j cover the following route: Walnut, Valley, Pearl, Soring, Matile avenue. Oak, Prospect, Church. Lewiston avenue, Walnut, Prospect, High. Valley and Windham streets and return Lo the as sociation building. The carol singers have obtained a long list of names of people who desire them to sins in front of their homes. A lighter? candle plac ed in the window will mean an invitation tor songs although the name of the res-ide-nt may not be on the Christmas Carol list. Invitations have ben extended to the public to join with the carol sing ers and revive the old time pracaice in Willimantia A group of singers from the First Baptist church will cover the sectton over the rtver, jnctading Pleas ant street and Windham road. William M. Segur of Lebaasn, and his writing ot checks on the City Bank and Trust Company, of Hartford, has again come to the notice of the local police. Segur was arresrted Thursday morning on a warrant chargine him with issuing a fraudulent cheek for $10 pay able to Harry ScheJman of this city. Se gur will be given a hearing in powkte court Tuesday, December 27th. This is the second offense of this nalnre by Se- gur within a month, only recently he having settled a court bill for writing a check for S20 on the same bank pay able to Abraham Fuchs of WHliman- tle. Employes of the rone and Tnbe Wind ham department of the American Thread Company assembled at the desk cf Overseer William E. Hoggins Thursday noon and W. B. Watrojs on behalf of the employes presented Mr. Higglns a Knights of Pythias emblem ring, -lie stone being a ruby. Mr. Hlggi-ns lias been with the company for thirty-eight years and is well liked by those who work under him. Eastern Str lodge, '. 4. T. ft A, M., has elected the following officers for the ensuing year: W. M., diaries Cone ; S. W., William E. Shippee ; J. W., Russell W. Potter: S. D., Walter Jones; J. D.. Ear! It. IClling: treasur er. Charles F. Risedorf ; secretary, Har old Mason : tylert Gordon Ra-thbun ; trus tees, Herbert R. Chappell, Edward W. Avery, Richard L. Wiggins. Mrs. SS'nnle t. Henry, a nurse at the Mansfield State Hospital and Training school died there Wednesday ' tvening after a brief illness. The body has been brought to this city but funeral arrange ments have not, been completed. Charles S. Butler died Thnrsday morning at St. Joseph's hospital. He was born in Brooklyn. N. Y., November 19, 1S30, the son of Henry Butler and Su san DeWitt Butler. He leaves a sister, Harriet D. Butler of Storrs. Brief Notes. Saimiel B. Harvey was in New Lon don on business Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. E. McSweeney have re turned to their home in this city after visitir-r Mrs. Olive Craven arid Mrs. Ray Williams of, . Utica, w N. Y.. siEters of Mrs. M.cSweeny. Arrangements for the annual dance of the Emeralds have hen completed. This year a feature will bo a prize fox trot, two medium sized loving cups being of fered as prizes. Battery men and garage owners re ceived hurry calls Thursday from au toists who had been causht in the 34 degree drop of Wednesday afternoon and early Thursday morning. With the mercury about zero in many places and from two to seven degrees below in oth er nearby places, radiators and tanks suffered. It was reported Thursday that ice. at the Pumping Station had reached a depth of about nve. inches. The announcement that skating was again possible at Recreation Park met with favor here Thursday and durifg the evening many enjoyed the pleasure there. Eleotrlc lights amd a large wood Are added to the comfort of the skaters. SWEATERS BEACH COATS PULL-OVERS BEACH VEST ALL PRICES HOSE WOOLS WORSTEDS, SILKS and WOOLS SILKS COTTONS - 75c to $2.25 WOOL CASHMERE NEEDED NOW WARM, SOFT, , SERVICEABLE , 50c to $U5 TORE MURRAY'S BOSTON S Willimantic, Conn. THE GIFT SUPREME IS A PHONOGRAPH Not only because of the hours of pleasure its music means, but also because of its decora tive value as a home furnish ing. ONLY 2 DAYS LEFT Jein our dub now, and have die machine of your choice de livered to your home for Christmas. Our easy term payrneuts will do the rest. THE H. C. MURRAY CO. No One Will Turn Down a Selection From Our Mammoth Stock. BATH ROBES, PAJAMAS, NIGHT ROBES, GLOVES MITTENS, GOOD LUGGAGE, SUIT CASES, BAGS, RAINCOATS AND UMBRELLAS. PROMPT SERVICE AND FAIR PRICES. H. E. REMINGTON CO. Willimantic, Conn. brief lectjnre. The other grades held Christmas exercises In their rooms. "rooms of the same grade combining in one room. Tlie Christmas vacation be gins today (Friday) at 1 o'clock, and the winter term opens January 3. Miss Roslna Allyn from the Chandler Secretarial School, Boston, David Ballon, Frank and Claude. Durfey of Brown uni versity, and Kathleen Deamley. of Cushing Academy, Verna Raill, Yvonne Bryant, Josephine Ruszenas and Annie Falvey' of the Academy of the Holy Family in Baltic, are at home for the holidays. Mrs. J. B., Sweet is very ill as the re sult of a fall ten days ago. Bowline 8nli on the local alleys Thursday night were as follows: Comers. TWO DIVORCE CASES TODAY IN SUPERIOR COCBT HEBE Windham county superior court short calendar and assignment of cases Fri day, Dec. 23, at 11 o'clock a. m., at Wiliimatuic, Judge William M. Maltbie, presiding. The short calendar list: John H. Gesson vs. Daniel G. Arnold. Margaret O'Leary, et al vs. Remi F. Delarge. Edith M. Carpenter, appeal from probate. Edward H. Lillibridge vs. II. M. Midwoods Sons Co. Carl Sthnke vs. Harriet J. Stahnke. Walter W. Murphy apea! from Highway Commissioner. Tlie Danielson Building & Loan Association vs. Joseph Owen. ' Uncontested divorces Elsie D. Rath burn vs. Herbert W. Rathburn. Charles S. Hullng vs. Selina Huling. Guiliotte 105 103 S4 305 C. Dutkowaki .. .108 134 93 333 Howes S7 11B 111 311 Miodusjewskl . . .9ft 97 90 277 Jodoln 102 109 118 329 493 556 5CS 1S55 Ashland. J. Gilbert .. -....108 77 91 27 Stebbins S3 S2 lOS 2S1 Hector Lafavre .107 13" IDS 345 Bissonnatte S6 115 10S 31 Harris 100 105 116 321 S4 521 527 1542 Sansybroek. Boiisie 89 99 55 2S3 Guillette 94 93 S3 277 Miller 97 S3 98 280 Driscoll 87 94 100 IS1 Symington 90 103 110 303 j 437 4TS 491 1424 Slater. Osga 100 99 10S 305 I R. Dutkowski 100 105 76 2S1 Cvr S-i 106 SI 370 Faber S! !K 94 277 Btrakna 114 94 126 334 486 . 49S 4S3 1467 j King 96 T05 89 290 Greene 97 114 S3 290 Hayard 115 111 100 326 544 523 523 1592 Red Sox. Alexander 104 103 10S 315 ' W. Allard 101 99 102 "302 j C. Allard 94 96 115 305 Hopkins 101 124 HI 309 , Moflitt 95 106 94 295 495 52S" 503 1526 High Rollers. Cullen SS 86 85 259 Willard ;....100 107 SI 2SS Mathewson 9 95 9S 2S7 Ballard 99 K"1 79 2S7 ' Raney 122 lu9 86 317 503 497 451 1429 Indiana. Marriott 104 10S 120 332 Cauchon 122 127 S2 331 Bedard 112 S6 76 274 Vosper 106 100 124 330! Bernier 123 103 114 342 j 367 526 516 1SD9 I PI : j JEWETT CITY Oh. Oh, Cindy! was presented again In Finn's Opera House Thursday evenr ing, with a good sized audience to en Joy it. The acting, songs and dances were excellent. The accompanist who played for the children's rehearsals was Mrs. Alex McNicol. Miss Ethel Tohmp son played for the adults' rehearsals, James Olson, as the two evenings' ac companist did wonderfully well, having had only two rehearsals. Misses Ro- sanna DesJardins and Mabel McBroome were the chaperones for the afternoon rehearsals, and Mr. and Mra Alex Mc Nicol, Mr. and Mrs. Prentice Chase, Mrs. T. A. Rioux, Mrs. Daniel Gagnon. Mrs. J. H. McLaughlin and Mrs. E. H. Hiscox cnaperoned the evening rehearsals. ThQ Show and Chorus Girls were Vio let Peterson, Agnes Gill, Rose St. John, Bertha and Mary Noffle, Angeline Pari- sean. Olive Stafford. Clara Adams. Ethel Fiske, Lulu Larkin, Marjon Chaifidr, Blanche Mecteau, Anna Littlefleld, Ber- nice Wolf, Irene Stewart. Jennie Mc- Kenna, Amelia Morancy, Grace McElIi- gott and Eva Gardiner. Many compli ments are being paid Herbert Thompson for the amount of time he gave and work that he did for the success of the affair. He was ably assisted by Edward Wyatt and Prentice Chase. Mrs. J. S. Jeffers is with her daugh ter, Mrs. F. H. Gilbert, to spend the winter. Foster Harrington, Jr.. has returned from Backus hospital, Norwich, where he has been for ten days. The Christmas tree and party at the Congregational chnrch is to be this (Fri day) evening at T o'clock, Friday was Barents' Day at River side Grammar school. The seventh and eighth grades held exercises In assem bly hall. There was a song, The Sea sons, by the seventh grade : Famous Sayings, by Great Men, given fty toys of the seventh grade ; the eighth grade sang a Christmas song, Dons Bliss taking the part of Santa Claus. Eva Duff play ed a piano solo, The Wandering Sprite, by Englebreeht. Girls from the seventh grade gave the Minstrel Song and the same grad(. a flag exercise. Principal Clement showed stereopticon views of the sun, planets and comets,, ghrinj; PLAINFIELD :i the Men's Bowlnig league this week Walsh of the Lucky Strikes hit a high single o 149 and Baldwin of the Orig inals had high team single s8 and high team three of 1653. There were many upsets in the doie this week. How the pins fell: Orig-inale. Coutu IAS 104 101 313 Baldwin 112 143 124 379 Eastham 122 129. 97 34S V. Royle 95 105 106 306 J. Royle 92 14 111 307 j 529 5S5 539 1653 i Dark Horses. R. Provost 94 115 14 333 Alexander 41 8S 109 278 Allard 96 121 15 322 O'Neill 104 111 117 833 Sullivan 1S9 94 118 34S 515 689 . 871 115 Lucky Strikes. Walsh 104 0 14S 343 Anderson 132 103 104 339 The Plainfield basketball ti-Jm had no trouble in bringing home the ...tc-nn from Putnam Wednesday night ni a return game with the Nightinga.ie-Mot.se five. By skilful passing Plainfield rolled up a score of 3S to their opponents' 24. The summary : Plainfield. Putnam. Dawley Williams R. F. Greene Swanson L. F. Hayard Jarvais C. Lamothe McKvnna H. O. Swanson Bouley L. G Score. Flair.fie'd 38. Putnam 24; goals. Swanson 2. Hayard Greene 2. Dawiov Bouley 1. McKenna 2, .larva-.s 4. Wil liams i ; goals from foul, Williams 1. Greene 2. The Plainfieid Buddies were beaten in Baltic by the Eantanu 51-17. . The Plymouth male ouartotte of Bos ton has been secured to sing at the Com munity house. Last Call For Christmas Shopping ANYTHING IN FOOTWEAR WILL BE FOUND HERE AT REASONABLE PRICES rick & Sullivan 738 MAIN STREET WILLIMANTIC Telephone 591 LIBERTY HILL Services at the church Sunday morn ing were conducted by the C. E. society. with Everett C. Payson leader. Next Sunday the pulpit will b supplied by Rev. w. C. Norris of Willimanuc This (Friday) evening there will be a Christmas tree and exercises In the church. J. George Clark has been ill the past ten days with a severe attack of grip. Thursday evening of last week u sur- Skin Tortured Babies Skep Mothers Rest After Cuticura tMrar OM!imhamHni.liHXIUUiai!IL prise and shr er given :i,.: r.cuiy weds. Mr. aul Mrs. Clarence Adam.-. ;it their home. There was instrumental mu.-ic and ;ngm. A fine luiuh was served. Aloi:t no were. in attendamt. iniii- from Norwich. Willimantic mm Lebanon. Cailers Ht O. W. Gurh-y's reontly tv.rc J'l.ly,. and Mrs. Llewellyn J. Storr and Mr. and Mrs. P.obert Gardner Si-riiiif Hill, Mattsfseid. of Hunting, in the dark is the quickest way of finding a thins you are ool look ins for. Proverb Ana'yred. A proverh hojes nothing, fear tri Irg that the eyes do not r. the r. tio oot Lear. It is the toahtin; Tho:' -as ot life. t litw.iure. "A nan ot the world t -as Mr. Balfonx mart np'- tuialzed him, "ce who doe Dot believe enylhlrig goci of the world." Well, so Is a proverb. V. H. Fnediaender, lo Country Life. Now is the time to do thinps, hy aril by is the time to do nothing. Christmas Gifts FOR THE HOME, MAKE THE MOST LASTING GIFTS. LET US SHOW YOU OUR BIG LINE OF GIFTS FOR THE HOME. The L C. Lincoln Co. Willimantic, Conn. FURNITURE UNDERTAKING Tel. 705-3 Tel. 705-2 Vlake Yourself a Christmas Present 3- jj The Fairbanks-Morse Home Light Plant PRICE 12H.P $305.00 PRICE 3 H.P. ...$545.00 CONVENIENT TERMS IF DESIRED. Write or Phone for Particulars. THE JORDAN HARDWARE CO. WILLIMANTIC, CONN.