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NORWICH BULLETIN, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1922
7
DAMSON AND PUTHAM NEWS
DANIELSON
Thursday was lust the kind of a wln
'T day to remain Indoors, particularly
Jt horns or at some other warm fire
side. Accordingly all who could did
lust that thing, he northeaster that
fowled as It spitefully flung slant
tgalnst the window panes developed
ireather such as few car to venture
tut In unless necessity forces ttlom. It
tailly was the consarnedect day or tha
son. Pedestrians were pelted with
rteet that snipped and hurt and the
wind : added to thex discomforts of navi
latlng' streets ankle deep with a com
tlnatlon that was snow and hall and of
bout the same consistency as sand.
A youthful athlete or physical cul-
turist might have obtained some enjoy
SMnt out of bucking tho storm, but the
average person who Is more concerned
rfth earning a living found no pleasure
m bUtllng against the elements. It
was tough day.
For the first time this season the
trolley road people found themselves
Jonfronted by a weather proposition
that Interfered with keeping their cars
SB proper schedule. This was chiefly due
ta the fact that the rails became ice
sotted early in the day and all the
tower available could barely move the
ars over some of the worst places on
the line, his meant losing time and
rretnually the cars became late and re-tnh-ed
much longer than usual to make
lietr runs between any given points,
rhe road was kept open, however, with
:h assistance of plows and with, salt
i!str!bullng and shoveling gangs.
On ths state highways the snow
Bow attached to Big motor trucks
fere fight on the job and did first class
rorn la keeping the roads open.
Here in the borough the storm prac
:tclly killed business for the day.
Thnrpwiay morning the funeral of
fohn Mathieu was held from his home
In Dayville with funeral services at St.
oseph's church in that place at i o'
slock., here was a solemn high mass
if requiem with Rev. Ignatius Kost as
setebrant. and Rev. John Rous, M. S..
ind Rev. r. T. Ledwlth. M. 8., as dea
toli and subdeaeon. The bouy was
Placed In the receiving vault In St. J
leph's cemetery. The bearers were six
brother -of the deceased Frederick,
'William. George, Arthur. Bert and Ade
lard Mathieu. Louis E. Kennedy was
Id charge of the funeral arrangements.
the following are the Brwly electa!
terest to all who like to shoot Is the
trap shooting event that has been ar
ranged tor 1 o'clock New Year's after
noon by Harold B. Atwood. who has
recently obtained many signatures of
those who are anxious that a hunting
and Ashing olub be organied here. All
are welcome. Th shoot Is to be held
on the old circus ground Just south of
where the Riverside driving park was
located, on upper Maiple street. Here :s
a grand field, for trap shooting and Mr.
Atwood Is hoping that all devotees of
the sport will come out for what may
ue described as a get-to-gether meet-
U
The club that Mr. Atwood contem-
V.ates forming has not been organized
yet. but he anticipates that It will -be
In time to do much effective work dur
ing 1923 in the interest of fishing and
hunting.
Thursday morning the body of Minn
T. Gertrude Buffett. who died here
Wednesday, waa forward by Under
taker L. E. Kennedy to her home in
Kast Northoort, N. Y..' where burial is
to take place. The body was accom
panied by relatives.
Aanaal reports wilt be made ud offi
cers elected at a meeting of the tan
lelson chapter of the Red Cross to be
iwld next Tuesday evening at the home
i Mr. and Mrs. George H. Call. Broad
tercet. The reports are expected to
contain much that will be of interest
Aatomofelll.t. who were oat la the
storm of Thursday afternoon found
soma of the toughest going; of the sea
son. Even with chains on the wheels
much of the normal power of the ma
chines lost and the wheels churned
wound In the sand-like snow and nail
with developing and very great results.
w ears were stalled, however, and j
luost of the operators managed to get
home If with difficulty.
Mr. Bertha Batchlason, whe died re
cently in Maiden and whose body was
In ought to East Kllllngly for burial,;
ws a native of East Kllllngly. She
vas born there In May. 1160. a daugh
ter of Edwin and Hanmb Oatley Chase,
harly in life she was married to Caleb
Vvheaton' and they lived- at. East Kil
Ung'.y for a time before removing .
Putnam. About 40 years ago they
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FullFood value.
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HAVE MUSIC IN YOUR HOME FOR THE NEW YEAR
BY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF THESE OFFERS IN
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THESE OUTFITS CONSIST OF :
A GENUINE VICTROLA OR GRAF ONOLA 6 DOUBLE-FACE
RECORDS (12 SELECTIONS) OF YOUR OWN CHOICE REC
ORD ALBUM RECORD BRUSH 300 NEEDLES AND BOTTLE
OF OIL.
the Danielson postofflee. The rural ser
vice will be suspended for the day.
Some motorists here are admitting
that they have waited too long and that
they do not expect to get their regis
tration plates by January 1, when all
who drive machines must have them, i
The tetal asseTs ot Danlolson's bank
as the end of 1922 draws near is close
upon $8,000,000, and likely will reach
that figure during the first month of
1SJS. This illustrates Dan s n's tre
mendous gain In banking sutngth and
importance during the past decade. i
Notwithstanding the storm many
were attracted by the masquerade ball
held at the Goodyear Social club in L
Goodyear Thursday evening. !
Rev. P. A. Ahern of Moosiip will i
preach At the Methodist church here on
Sunday 1st exchange with tha pastor, j
Rev. C. C. TSUbetts.
Mr. Frederic O. Armlngton will !
have the members of the Ladles' Sew-
ing circle of St. Atban's church at her '
ti
Victrola Club
Outfit No. 1
moved to Maiden, where Mr. Wheaton home for A meeting this (Friday) after-
died. Afterwards sne married wimam , noon.
Table Model Victrola
No. 4, as shown, ta
oak. 8 double face
records (12 selec
tions), M0 needles,
record album, record
brush and' bottle of
oil
COMPLETE
FOR
ONLY 1
TERMS $1.00 WEEKLY
Victrola Club
Outfit No. 2
Portable Victrola No. 60, as
shown In mahogany, double
face records 12 selections),
100 needles, record album,
record brash and bottle of oil.
COMPLETE
FOR SRG
ONLY
TERMS $1.00 WEEKLY
' '
THE BEST
IN
PICTURES
BreeD
THEATRE
THE BEST
IN
MUSIC
TODAY AND SATURDAY
. WILLIAM S.
rsv J .
T-
MART
in
His only name was a esttle brand.
His enly reputation bad ! So it
didnt seem so hard to shoulder tha
juilt of another's crime. But the soul
stirring sacrifice he made only a
woman knew !
AN ACTION STORY
THAT NEVER LETS
UP!
CHAS. HUTCHISON, in "GO GET 'EM HUTCH''
PATHE NEWS EDUCATIONAL COMEDY
Coming Next Week REX INGRAM'S PRODUCTION
'TRIFLING WOMEN"
mcent. his death Occurring about a
yrasr after their marriage. For her
third husband she married John Hutch-
HBeers of Dorcas Reoeitan wage: jNooie ujcm. by whom she is survived. Mrs.
trend, Mrs. Sadie Lindner : vice grand. i1Jtehlnson leaves five brothers James
Mrs. Geneva Kyder ; recording secre- CntM, resident near Ballouville ; Henry
ry, Mrs. Belle Anderson ; financial P- chase, resident near Ballouville. Wil
eoretary, Mrs. Myrtice L'MeUrex ; , lam chase of cali?orrv, Vernon Chae
Teasurer, Mrs. E'tella Talbot; trustee
!or thrse years, Clifford H. Starkwea-
of Maiden and Edgar A. Chase of Wta-
cliundon, Mass.
; t will be goed aews te the many
This (Friday eveamr the home
tf Mr. and Mrs. Walter Anderson on
' ' -' - - - ' frt .am i , l a 1, n a
IC.U J 1CVUVV1J II Ulll ll TIJ W. .VIIV
Burt the New Tear right. The
Christmas Club of the Windham Coun
ty National Bank offers an excellent
and safe place In which to save, by
systematically depositing small sums
each week, which are returned with ira
icrest during the first part of Decern -ter.
Do not forget also that money de
posited on or before the fifth day oj
each month In the savings department
of The Windham County National Ban's
Victrola Club Outfit
No. 4
. i mil d. rm aew. te m many -- - . .
friends of W Irving Bullard In Daniel- J"" lnterest from toe first aaK-
and other sections of eastern Con-
kadlo club are to have one
sieetlns and hope for excellent resu.
In plckltig ;p elncert and ether broad
sastlnRS; from various points in the
eon try ..".i' A member Of the club statd
Thursday afternoon that all who are
Interested la radio work are Invited to
ttend ;th gathering and to listen in on
(he programs of the evening.
Aa evens that Is eertaia U be ef !a-
T. W. TILLINOHABt BOHS,
v-' .,. Sneeeaser. te
t, at. F. W. Tllllnghast,
CCatral VUlare, Cans.
SrHEBAL DIRECTORS
' and EMBAMUllS, "
f.L Mmas 1-S. Wight CaU BaaW
sa !- ,
"F.H. & F. W. T1JJJNGHAST
Funeral Directors and
Embalmers
r.nrm) Vill. Cn.
I AUTOMOBILE EQUIPMENT
' Courtesy Effiei.ncy, Satisfaction
f.hifKon. Connections' Meosuo Dlv.
LOUL5 sL KENNEDY
DANIEIION
Undertaker nd Lmbalmev
taeelal Attention to tvery Oetalh
Injuries he received last fall when the
cable broke and allowed a car or an
aerial railway he was ascending at Rio
Janeiro to crash down a mountain side.
M Bullard Is now able to sit up daily
. a wneel chair and IS regaining his
stength and normal cond tlon day by
aay. His complete restoratiin to his
Lirmal Capacity for work and activity
is anticipated in the not distant futwv
This Week Harry E. Back, son of At
torney and Mrs. Harry E. Back, is in
northern Vermont on a snow shoeing ami
skiing party with a party of young pe f
pie who are for the'fme being released
from their college work. Mr. Back is a
student at WetTeyan university. He is
expected to return here on New Year's
day. i
eylvio B. Maynard, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Philip S. Maynard of High street
has written an Interesting account of
his recent trip across the cominent and
thence from San Francisco for Japan,
where he is filling a government post
at Tokio.
Joseph LaBelle has been spending tne
holiday season in Montreal.
William McDermott left Thursday for
a visit ot a few days with friends m
Providence. '
Louis A. Wolsard, student at George
town university, is visiting with rela
tives in Danielson.
Again On New Tear's day a holiday
schedule of hours will be in force at
PUTNAM
LIBERTY CASH MARKET
STORE 141 MAIN STREET STORE
No. 3 v DANIELSON, CONN. No. 3
"HAPPY NEW YEAR"
OUR WEEK-END SPECIALS FOR THE NEW YEAR
INCLUDE NATIVE PORK, HAM, AND SHOULDERS,
HEAVY CORN-FED WESTERN STEER BEEF, FRUITS,
NUJS, AND VEGETABLES.
"CASHAND CARRY" IS THE "LOW COST WAY"
BUY HERE
"WHERE YOUR DOLLAR HAS MORE CENTS"
P O R K PORK I PORK
TO ROAST CHOPS FrMl Gro
Pound 22c pound 24c Pound 28c
: PORK FRESH PORK
KIDNEYS PIG FEET UVERS
HOME-MADE. CHICKENS FRESH HAMS
SAUSAGE, lb 23c Pound 38c Pound ..... 24c
SALT PORK FOWL FRESH lb.
Pound ..... 17c Pound ..... 34c SHOULDERS 17c
ICED HAM DUCKS HAM ENDS
ind 29c Pound 32c Pound ..... 12c
ILED HAM TURKEYS SMOKED lb.
jnd ..... 43c Pound 50c SHOULDERS 14c
The Grosvenordale company, operating
mills at Grosvenordale and North
Grosvenordale. has increased its capital
stock from $400,000 to $2,000,000, papers
filed with the secretary of state at Hart
ford show. This Is taken as equivalent
to declaring a stock dividend of H.tOO.
000, though up to Thursday the company
had made no announcement relative to
such a dividend. Papers filed with the
secretary of state show that a majority
of the board of directors of the company
voted" In favor of increasing the capital
stock, thos in favor beins P. H.. Gardner.,
A. W. Dimmick. G. M. Congdon and
Rose Anne Groevenor. i
With the increased capital there will
be 20,000 chares of a par value of $100
each.
The Grosvenordale company is one of
the most successful and old established
cotton manufacturing concerns in this
part of the state and has splendid plants
n the Grosvenordales which communl
les are mainly dependent upon the big
corporation for their prosperity.
The company employs hundreds of
hands and has a payroll that dtir'ng the
war years was in excess of $20 000 week
ly. The concern is roundins out a pros
perous year of business and the increase
in capital stock now b.ing arranged is
indicative of its stability and great worth
to this section ef the state. Putnam being
one of the communities that materially
Benefits from the payrolls of the concern.
The stock of the company is e'osely
held, there being no wide distribution of
it, as is the case with many textile cor
porations. Ia lien of a real Ml.zard. the Weather
man supplied a sufficiently satisfactory
Imitation on - Thursday, when this city
was pelted with a storm of sleet end
snow out of the northeast, the demon
stration sufficiently violent to make it
rate as the most disagreeable weather of
the winter. The storm drove all to cover
who were not forced to be out in it. and
the business section was very dreary
throughout the day.
Ice that formed on the rails threw
u-olley cars off their schedule and made
it difficult for the crews to eet the cars
over the line. The steam trains seemed
te fare much better and. despite the
storm, kept c'oser to. schedule time dur
ing the morhinsr hours than has been the
ease much of the time when there has
ieen no storm of late.
For the first time this winter the Con
necticut company was running its snow
mows over tne mtnam lines and usine
salt and other devices for clear'ng; the
iracKs on enarp curves end grades where
ine ears were meetin with particular dif
ficulty m making progress.
As has been its practice, the state high
way evrtnient had its plows covering
the trunk line highways here throughout
the day and motorists were generou. In
tiirir praise of the efforts of the depart
ment to keep these !mport"nt lanes of
travel open. Indeed, moton" found the
golnar comparatively pood for them ex
ceptins that the storm, driving sleet and
now on to the windshields, created driv
ing conditions wholly In control of the
Storm Kitij and not to be remedied to
any great extent by anything that !m
tetmity rald do.
Thursday's storm rate as the mot se
vere and try lne; of the winter. a!thonrh
up to nightfall the snow was not deeply
covered with snow and sleet.
: - - '"-fsr'-
1
1 I TERMS J
1 $i.oo h
Jf WEEKLY 1
J
Consisting of new
modsl Victrola Con
'sole No. tlH. bs
shown, ia mahogany,
with 6 double face
records (12 selec
tions). 300 needles,
record brush, record
. album and bottle ot
oil
COMPLETE
For
Only
$106
Victrola Club
Outfit No. 5
Consisting of Victrola No.
90, as shown, in walnut or
mahogany, with doable
face records (12 selections),
300 needles, record brush,
record album and bottle ef
oil '
COMPLETE
FOR
ONLY
Terms $1.00 Weekly
c
V
1 if- ii'A'&t
$131
r
BROADWAY gj
- asassWssssssssssl
TODAY AND SATURDAY
CONTINUOUS SHOW SATURDAY
3-MARSHONS-3
COMEDY ODDITY
PHIL DAVIS
THE SMOKE ORATOR
MANN and STRONG
IN "GARAGE LOVE"
AUSTIN and DELANEY
IN "THE SYNCOPATED HOTEL"
3 HENDERSONS 3
IN A NOVELTY OFFERING
PH6TOPLAY"" FEATURE
ALICE BRADY, in
"ANNA ASCENDS"
TODAY AND SATURDAY
TWO FINE FEATURES
CHAS. RAY
IN THE COMEDY DRAMA
"SMUDGE"
ALSO
ALICE LAKE
in "HATE"
EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION
NORWICH FIRE
DEPARTMENT
IN PICTURES
OONT MISS IT!
'I I-
Grafonola
Outfit No. 6
it Consisting ot Type T-t
Columbia oraioaoia, aa
shown, in walnut or
txi&hogany. with ( dou
ble face record (11
selections), SM MedleaV
record brush, record
album and bottle of oil
COMPLETE
cy $106
Terms $1.00
Weekly
Grafonola
Outfit No. 7
Consist! a of Type G-S
Columbte. Grafonola, aa
Shown, in walnut or ma
hogany, with double face
records (12 selections), 30
needles, record brush, rec
ord album and bottle of
INCOMPLETE
FOR
ONLY
Terms $1.00 Weekly
$131
Mkhi
'aut-CaddenCa
BATTERY B DANCES
ON NEW YEAR'S EVE
6TARTING WITH A CONCERT, FEATURING A MALE SINGING
QUARTET. A SAX QUARTET AND SOLOS BY EXPERIENCED
MUSICIANS.
CONCERT AT 10 TO MIDNIGHT
DANCING
MIDNIGHT TO THREE O'CLOCK IN THE MORNING
GENTS 75c LADIES 55
BIG NEW YEAR'S AFTERNOON
BASKETBALL
ONE O'CLOCK DANCING TWO TO FIVE
GENTS 75o LADIES 55e
NOTE ALL LADIES ATTENDING AFTERNOON HOP WILL RE
CEIVE COMPLIMENTARY TICKETS TO THE
NEW YEAR EVENING DANCE
EIGHT TO TWELVE
Ray Welch's Original Orchestra
OF PROVIDENCE, WILL PLAY FOR ALL THREE AFFAIRS
Everything In Musical Merchandise
135-143 MAIN STREET
ESTABLISHED
1872
NORWICH
t N'CT CCTI
VEAL, lb..... 12c to 20c
EF TO Sweet Florida BOSTON ROLLS
lASTj lb.. 16c ORANGES Pound ..... 18c
MB LEGS Dozen 32c ROUND STEAK
nd- 28c ENGLISH Pound ..... 28c
IE LARD WALNUTS SELECTED
-id 16c Pound 20c EGGS, dozen 42c
zy Comb GRAPE FRUIT PRESSED HAM
TllPE;21bt.. 2& Each ........ 9c Pound a... 22c
Da Broisse Blood DRIED BEEF Gobcl's Frank- .
SAUSAGE, fa 25c Pound 48c forts, lb....; 16c
3C
order at the end of the drive he la . eon.
duct
Friends fiere reeeived on Thnrsday
morning annour.cement of the marriage
at South Woodstock Wednesday evening
of Miss Lueretla Porter Breed. da'iEbter
of Mr. and Mrs. John Farnum Spencer of
Woodstock avenue, and Parker Newhall.
The groom is a graduate ot Wesleyan '
university, is a Rhodes scholar who was
four years at Oxford university and !
served as officer with the British army j
in France during the World war. While i
at Oxford he specialized in law and le i
now a student at a law school la Mew
York.
With his BMwe almost entirely gone end
his face so badly crushed that it weeM
seem the accident in which he fia-ared
Tuesday might have killed him instaatly,
Louis Macdonaid was reported Thursday
as eh-" - "'--h.!! wla!
and Inclined to be jolly and as talkative
as his terr.ble injur.us will permit. The
younr man was crushed by a treat tree
that he had been ensared with other men
in felllns- Examination of the tree since
the accident shows that a piece of Mac
donald'a jawbone torn out when the tree
tell U!sn him lodged la the tranlc Despite
ais cheerfulness ander such adverse Cir
cumstances Maedonald's condtUoa was
regarded Thursday as very serious,
The fame ef Hie Pemfret Kativtty stay
has spread throughout the nation. Oa
mursday cop'es of a paper published ia
Birmingham, Ala., were reeeived here
MOTOR EXPRESS SERVICE
DANIELSON MOOSUP PROVIDENCE
Two round trips daily. Trucks leave Danielson, morning
and afternoon, daily. Anything received by us before the
noon hour will be delivered in Providence the same day.
Your Patronage Solicited.
F. A. and F. C. DAVIS
Tel. Con. Danielson, Conn.
ORPHEUM THEATRE, Danielson
GRAND MUSICAL FARCE COMEDY
'THE CALLING OF DAD'S BLUFF
MONDAY, JANUARY 1st
Matinee and Evening
By the Danielson Dramatic Club
Under the Auspices of Rose of Lima Council, K. of C
TICKETS NOW SELLING
K. WaM. Kennedy, ttn-mettr psMlsher ' containing a feature story ef the presea-
of a newspaper In this city and now pro
prietor ot aa inn at Bastford is whooping
thins up in the. latwest of the Loyal Or- i
der of Moose at BirThlnsharn. Ala., where
a membership drive Is en that Is to con
tinue throujh tho winter and is expet-
to result in recruitlni the fold to at least
5 000. Mr. Kennedy is a district super
visor and the personal representative In
rurminrnsm ol tne sen era 1 director ct
the or?c, James 3. Davis, with whom he
has been associated m organisation work
for the past 12 years, and has brought
thousands of members Into the Ordw of
Moose. r. Kennedy was Instrumental
la adding 4 .sit new members ta th- lodge
of the orrter in Norfolk, Va., and 6,600 to
Oo Thursday evening ef last wmIt vtr
Kennedy ws offlel.lly welcomed by
Birmingham !om. which ejrpecta to h.ve
one of the largest saerabershlna in the
GOLD MEDAL CREAMERY
BUTTER; (cut from tub), lb.; . ; . 5Ic
Girls! Girls!!
Qearv Your Skin
WtlvCrU
im. octet
tation of the pageant at Pomf ret and
telling in detail how It has been develew
ed during the past decade by Miss Kile
M. Boult, anthoress. and Miss Beatrtee
M evens, artist. The story appeared ta
he magazine section of the Sunday edi
tion of one of the best known publications
m the south and Is Illustrated with Pic
tures ot various characters In the play.
Attorney, trees she eastern mfn of
Windham county braved Thursday's
storm to come to the office of Stat At
torney Charles E. Sear Is for eonfereaee
relative to cases that are on the criminal
Hst for the January term of court, which
to open at Wl'.limantic nest Tuesday.
Mr. S earls is to be in Willimantio today
for conferences with attorneys' ia that
city and adjoining; territory.
An aatentebOe ewned avf driven by
John Zupmontowics and a eouthboacd
:rolley car were in collision on Main
itreet near the sail) of the Nichttnsel
Morse company at about 6.4S o'clock
Thursday ..moraine-. . .The fender .of the
automobile was ripped off. Ajooordme- to
tno driver of the automobile, he was a
ele te jet out .of the way on account (
.n tey rata, and when the trolley ear
was a hand red (eet tram hitn he sisraaled
1ipr-tt to stty' The car Uras- sot stopped
and tho collision occurred. The automo
bile driver said that the motorman stated
tnt he saw the elfna! te stop. The dam- plcfcea tna the Christmas tree made
age amounted to about 112. - Clad the hearts of the children. A good
Miss Lois Undell of Jewett City ta the number attended the interesting; exer-
traest of her sraiidparents, Mr. and Mrs. eiges. j
Vernon S. Warren. Putnam Heights. i The Conarefatlonal arm day school
Miss Maude Carpenter, a teacher in Clifton J. Church, superintendent, save
English at North Trey, Vt, and Miss an enjoyable concert at the church Mon-
Mary Carpenter, physteU director at day evening. Christmas songs, respon
Sweet Briar college. Lmohbwi Vs.. sive reading, recitations and aa adWresa
have been ependtar the holiday period ia by the pastor. Rev. J. H. Knott, made ap
Putnam, their home city. an interesting proa-ram mat pieaeea we
Miss Florence Cobb of the Cot school Voa numoer present. At tne close of tne
te Cambridge, where snany ef the chll- exercises the tree was ptekea and the
dnn of members of the faculty of Har- saany presents were easerly awaited by
vard university attend school and Miss the children and made happy.
Emma Alien ef the xeaarNywC Wereestar "rn. m. jeesre num. ana ssns norenee
Casslcal High school are guests of Mr. L Hunt were visitors oyer Chrlstsaas with
and Mrs. Jeam R. - Btromberg at AMnf inenas m nartiora.
ton. I ECTi Btreeter ana Maurice EingieUBi
Kext ima Msff tk, e- of the J"! " a"
13 session of the Connecticut legisla- i e noua-
tare at Hartford, with oauoases scheduled j
for Tuesday" evening ahS the opening sea-1
men on Wednesday. Incidentally, a fea i
are of the beginning of legislative actM-' The Christmas exercises ot the Wyrle
.iob in the Capitol CHy will he the gov- school, Miss Margaret Tanner, teacher,
amor's ball, which will be attended by were held on Saturday afternoon. The
a number from this city and vicinity. Lu- room was prettily decorated and a bean
thea H. Keith and Rector Xtavert are tttuny trimmed Br tree occupied one corn
Putnam's representatives and Clarence er of the room.
H. Child of Woodstock will repres-nt the The following program was very well
!kth senatorial district, ot which Pataam rendered: Song. Holy Might, school;
Is a part. Welcome. Annie Lnota, Methel and Jean-
And Tuesday wHl be significant also for ette Gray ; recitation. The Naughty Tree,
Aa has4reea of school alMrea of Pat- Wain Luota; recitation. Santa, daua,
tor they resume .their stadias on - nm snurran ; -recitation, Santa's Ones-
EKONK
that after enjoying the holiday
CHAPLCI
tlon. Arne Matson; recitation Rather
Hard, .Alii buota; mandolin duet. Mr.
OTkkenen, Bbba ODckonea : redtaclons. A
Tjittla Miss. Ethel Orav: Tha Best ajonta.
The caetar seaaei. JHiSS' emaa b. Mavrtse Harrington; dialogs. Toy land.
Rabtnowlta, teacher, gave a tree enter school; recitation. Christmas an the Way,
tainmeht at the church vestry on Wed- William Lintberg; song.'" Adoration,
aesday evening, Dea 10. A good number school; recitations, Christmas Pity, Ber-
waa srsssat to enioy the pteaatns; axer. tha Han r St. Nick's BuggesUon. Uoyd
4iaes by tha chilsren.
Barber; A' Wish, Emily Stankovitch; di-
had a concernand Christmas tree at the Jane. -Oradea. I,' 6.: 7 ..and S; recitations,
chapel last eiturdey evening.- Tha pro- I'd Rather Have. Brkkl-WUliams; Sanu'a
grara was saade of new Christmas boneh. Edith Williams: mandolin taet.
songs and recitations and a short ao Mr. Oikkonen and Ebba Oikkonen; recl
drass by Rev. John H. Knott, The fruit tattona, Christmas Slopping, Grace Qray j
FOLLOW THE CROWD
TO THE STATE AMORY, NORWICH
TONIGHT
MUSIC BY
THUMM'S DANCE ORCHESTRA
. COME AND BE SURPRISED
The Combat Train Wishes Everyone Hoppy New Year, and Thsnklnfj
All For Their Patronage Far tha Past Year.
ga-aBBBBansnaBsnansaBBaBBSssranwanst
New Year's Dance DANCE
' SATURDAY, DEC. SOlh SkTSkI
111IJNER HALL, Moosup Saturday Nlte, December 30ti
GIVEN 8Y MUSIC BY
MOOSUP GIRLS' CLUB SWANIE'S SERENADERS
Of" WORCESTER, MASS.
Music by auspices
SuIliTan Bros.' Orchclra Co. G, 169th Inf, CN.G
CENTSrOIESeSn
ENGINE NO. 2 DANCE DANCE
VKIOX BALI OEEESEVO.LK. STATE ARMORY
- SMITH S OiCHESTEA, WIU.IMANTIC, CONN.
rsioAT KteiiT. -
bkssktt rKOMTTEB. - iMew Year s Aiternooii
AUSPICES
Santa's Pack. Eddie Buomlnea; Getting r v erul T t P v n
A Christmas Tree, Brail Williams; song. - IDitH Ut fl. Vs.
,8 tar Bo Bright. Orace; Fred Congdon ainei
and William Lintberg; recitation; Shy wu'c T ,
Santa Oaus. Ebba Oikkonen dialogue. SWANIES SERENADERS
(fSstsspsAsBBalaaBkC eensnlloBt CeUaVejSiSshi
. At the dose ot. the .program. Santa OP WORCESTER, MASS. .
Claus " distributed present and candy, to ADMISSION '
j Thirty-eight ' Tiaitort- were ' present. In- CENTB S3a LADIES 8S
lelndiag State Seseifhwr Miss Sarah
town school hoard.
-' Ua for huaiaeas reaoiia.

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