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NORWICH BULLETIN. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1922
XI THE SOCIAL CORNER SHINS . EVEN THE MODEST LIGHT WE MAY CAST HAS VIRTUES. - " '!'. ''I1 ", 1 ..." , SOCIAL! CORNER PRIZE WINNERS FOR DECEMBER - To K 1V1K hitter' eatKled A" !' Way of Cooking Sausage. To.flQXA,VXA f-.rjlt eotttiei. Hanging Out Clothes . in Winter. " -.- r To 'KVISjINEi BCRR iot ietitr-entitled Corner Page .Spells Opportunity.- To jTWIpB TTOHSiT -for. letter entitled Ho to Make a. Dry Mop. '','..". tie ring crocheted 6t tie red was last ened to the base of the candle and ths Miists, nvtMt- .&btby. r5ut of Jh4T4Sici7tat i'lieif ."The .voice, M . ly';Ktlgel, low and dear. .Old agad by.'ioVrowY.iiAd' ;fey . tears f i .What CtfPsJ1 wen, e ' aeeos . ' wfiat':tfe tro:; .' rheii'risejj'eV'ore dfeyaV" "" ' , Th: Qid;,Xafcvfl vi? ..worn.'. ' ,In.shakT'lee,haly;n'nlt;to.telt - Of .coiQJ.tfttrterne. " "VAng., cW.tn,ni(;-ier .' '.. For jnaiJk aft&1BVer;cirr(5wa mi; ' My." "voice WwMtfi. cautions'" glfm Has of ftatreftgfli Seen; greatly rTrea; My. wlnd;l4v-JS?d'. Wl, Then spake the jfntfSl pathmttyll V1"-'-v "Old Yltr, thy days-are done Mourn 6t4Mflstr oDortuniUesv ; The Nr-Year -'warts to - don thy vWlth higj..J, savNaWjHppeo earth. And pray fhat,be..jTnb' hears Its knock 4 Will CVn -W1UC. IU UUW'. With hmj I JWt-'":'rrtt7er for Peace. . For Pe'ade' fiff' Esfrth - '.niongst' fellow melt. ,V " A Lasting Peace that win -ttistirs -.-No dread?" -ri igttif-r.' ' . Th sweet obV-p -i-Wiot-6. ' -ti i .,.--.' r'Jii ijjr'T -. . 'ifSelf 'sudaehV''ruplSm"He ''' There rleamedo-'fy'liitht,i'' The Old'-Teftf'hSa 1eeai.e:wrai e ' Vnder :th -Shelter; tlrtnlghtr And 5 ht"plefitfter8'yayi ''TheyeW"TgttTTllafl',Wgn burn; " NeW; itope sprang up within hay breast, The . wcUJirsl!Bto' songP-.::. i Dos- red mat. Both of these gifts have been examined by many people and rimvh admired by everyone. Among otner things I have had three big - boxes of stationery and one hoi -'of - correspnd enoe cards, . so If ,1 neglect writing it will not be my- friends' : fault. The woman's missionary society of Our church met with me for -the Decem ber meeting as1!" -could not go to' theril; and how i did"--enJoj every minute? of the time. Did you know V-ira is going ' to' have a birthdax Jan.. 11th? ; - C:. While we are- adding new. members Sll the time and are glad toT-' welc6m) them, Btill our hearts are saddened by the going-home" of those -we- have earn ed to love and1-' whelL We gatlier any where1 ho sadly -;they Will be missed. But nowhere will this be as keenly felt as In the home circles.. All such -have my sincere sympathy. Wishes for holiday seasons and yours with best success for" the coming year for the Comer.. ad.' eaclfe ot its mem ber, - : x ....x-s - .IEIAH DEAL.' mas, Fdurth of July and others. As I had no sisters or brothers I used to en joy it so much, and atthongh- she has been gone' to he bettfr-.-h6m-'for inany , tears," J always, feel 'her' -pieseaoev as it in some way she was , still near us, to rejoice, in our good times just &s she used to.- She was 'not on. of the kind of mothers S.- E. D. spoke 'of' hi her letter, but one who did all she cbijld to make home a happy place for her chil dren and now they are all -'in' - haritiv homes of Aheir owit- 'Suiyilv 'iim- in. fiuence of a jjooi mother -it far reach ing.: . :"' -'' ''. Ma 6f Greene Gables: - You have ex pressed my sentiments exactly about get ting ready for Christmass all" through the year, and 1 said this year I would have a box and try and add something to it each week- and so be- prepared- without tne jast minute rush next ehristniaov But that may be -only a New YearB . reso lution . easily broken. . , - - Wishing a Happy" Nw Year to all, . . . ' DOEINDA. HAPPY NEW YEAR ftp; 'Alf ''Members mni Readers .TH E SOCIAfc CORNER . '.ten JKMU.H fe-: . jSetli';'Cs?lewlis' Jiw'' Artd-. wW yotivWltli' k kiss, ' - rewret wind is" 'arflrpBy-14 S ' And..roarn fMArerld I wtfrf.' ' . ta "east WhJ ppttiit-rw nmS-lH h ' -raise 'stami.f Cut toV' r' ;.'. '. ; rt''0Tth- win fe'etnjaian: J- jjaMriswi,4-i :-':!,--v- and, se the. Irasli theoidj ead lea.vet in. left by ia2y fonts for me'. - ' it..jte..ULJiJ!$!'jl. vrssgJB. i' V. ' . ani-scoldlng thus she wields her broom ' "i in' il fern '-J - -(! i(-'-T V, nr i ft Jaiiary i Meeting bt Club No. I at Buckinghaxa- Memorial. .. , DOM PEDRd'S thanksgiving. .' Dear. Social Corner Friends i .' I was invited up to Norwich 'to spend Thanks giving day and went "up the Saturday before. Sunday afternbooi ..I went to the state, bospital .to' call- "on " some friends, but only saw one -as the doctor to charge would hot allow me to see -one I; especially wished to see. He said only relatives were allowed to see patients until they had. been- there-v some time. There are 1,700 in the" htstituion. Autos were parked in all the avenues arid "vis tors were coming and . going1 all the time. There is -a-lot. of red tape to; so j nrougn oeiore geiung anywnere. There were 16 at our annual - family reunion, four generations -being repre sented at the' table which was beauti fully arranged by the youngest,' a little girl not yet 12 years ' old;- Our menu consisted of roast, duck- and- all the 'fix trigs, all kinds Of :vetable,-thre Kiftds of pie, fruit, nuts. n3 candyi Afiter we had gathered 'around, the festive board in- host ..made ar few timely remarks and then we all', inatie-.k.; manifest that we had not left souf aApetites at home. The' ducks were dona to a turn and were delicious. --- -v . There were friends from Grotbn. New London,- Norwich;- Montviner- ahd one from Porto Rico. . . '-. After the dinner bur host thoiieht he Would celebrate the occasion- - so he dynarhlted- two large rocks !on. his pte'm tses and they were blown ail to Dieces. He ptaed the dynanjite on top. ef':ihe rocks - and the . fqree, i.of the sxfosion goes .down. It was iptfta' "tnteresttng. I supposed that holes had to be drilled to use-'dynamite,' thB-same-es for powder. , The Sunday , following. Thanksgiving f had a roast turkey dinner at another place. That was fine ah. I never bad two Thanksgivings, so' near together be fore. 1 . . i - ; . .. ... : - Wednesday , the sixth - of December. I attended the- Social ebrrier clitb. meeti'nc 4t thjs Buckingham .Memorial and had a One time. -I met- many -old friends and a lot of new ones. A fine dinner was provided- by th sisters as usual. When niean7 so nmcS more In our future life In -the Great Beyond? . I- was raittos-for- car-recently and a couple o( .women were standing next to me. Ona.'sai'd to the other, "What are yon-g6ing'to give George this Christ mas?;'. The lady-to whom she was speak ing; said, "Not anything, for I heard him say hedid not believe in Christmas git tag for. it 'was. carried too far, and so I shall get him a . nice birthday pres ent," and I .thought how nice to think the woman-respects his wishes, f received, about 60 post cards. On some the thoughts expressed were beau tifuK But one appealed to me more than all the others It simply said, "May you have a peaceful Christmas." Arid, sis ters, .when you stand almost alone, sit down with five vacant chairs, you have not a merry Christmas, but you may haver a 'peaceful one if yoti try to bring contentment mto your heart and do the best you-can; you surely 'will hear the sincere, stilt voice that talks to- your sour. ; ----- - - ' - --White 'C3over : If nothing happens ex- pect. to .-be. at Club No. 2 next Wednes day. Hope-to" meet you. - To all of ' the sisters, that sent me post .cards I send thanks, hut I am sure the postjhan. sdid not when he counted? out. page spbixs tcnut., - . Dear Social Corner Friends : : That was a good letter which Practical iPolly gaj-e last week , on a timely-subject, '.'and well named "Hits the Natt ..-. On the Head." I fear all too few of ua realize tliat the Social Cornef ;paire soeils-, od- portunity for the women of 'Eastern Connecticut and -with - capital, letters. Surely the best way for i? tjl-show. our appreciation', of thig : page-, is: ,tp It morn than V rtn ' T ihlnL-" 'ft ia n. 4..n to -the members, hnwevm - to thi 1 1 t leave at. my door. n-ithout doubt it Is because ', we. " are ' :Alld nbw. westarid at the threshold of neglectful rather than urikimrMdfl.ttTO 4'ttevikew yeir. -. May.lt brig you all love, that, the page is not full, every weekend i happiness health, peace and good sue I vehture to predict that ' announcement I ceas- MaCe' dll tfre good resolutions yon oan ioe; you nave tne tun or. making them even if they are broken the next moment. And may our Social members both boys and girls rally to the support Seekonk." Most of us" ate familiar with ! of the Corner in The Bulletin the com- tne saying, "You can lead--a horse to wa- i mS J"ear is the wish ot WINTER ILLS The scientist was often I puzzled to account for the efficacy of cddHver ofl. The discovery of vHamines has helped solve the riddle. Scott's Emulsion isrichinhealth-bulldlngvita- mines and is a helpful factor in preventing the so-called "winter ills." It helos keep the vital forces of the body strong to resist disease. Scott : Bowse, BloaaSeid, If .J. tt-IS on the part of our editor ; that there would no longer be' a Social Corner page would be followed by a '"'protest loud enough to be ' heard "from' Ekonk ter, but you cannot make-, him drink." We who are or have beent' "farmerettes know well the truth of this." It Is Just so 'with this page .of The'' Bulletin.' Our editor has provided this .foimt of, oppor tunity. Why do we riot "drink more freely from it? We are given this val uable Tipace and five prised, each month f our encouragement. Why are weiiot more responsie: ve wno may be a trifle over modest, perhaps, about .the worth of our small contributions do not -need to worry lest they ret'dm- to tjg with stereotyped regrets "such 'as are HANDY. the Luke of the city. My Dear Social Corner Editor and Sisters: Here Is a problem that a gj-l wants to be advised about: "Shall the girl who is getting $12 a week as a clerk leave and go to a city where she can make -$25ra; week?" -it. -.- .. This is a great question. The" city had a wonderful lure for those who have never been -swallowed up by it, tout who dream at' a. distance of a place of fasci nating gaiety, winkling lights, throng3 of often received from editors by aspirants i.6 5"' "i'""1"6 ."B""- """"V to literary fame Uiese- regrets - usually I ?e?ao.mor u" eAyr "l ending wilh the soothing (? ' 'remark I ?('v"'daay"? ' pla,J ib lities and "It is not necessarily, on account of any vlnentore What tt really, may b. In h! teens ! smoking .his first cigarette and hear him telling his chums- the old man and the old woman don't, know he is smoking,, it sounds bad. Will that boy respect his father and mother in after years? Woman's wlrt; Is. never done and manv times "Mother", the life of the home, is' tired and discouraged. Give her a helping hand. Often when the upper Is over there Is a lot of dishes a wash. The girls will say they have jo time to heTp, for .they are-going to (he picture shows and are soon on the jtreet and not seen again until oeatime. A ouestion: Will the girl who leaves the work for mother make a good wife for a noor man? Kuvkt ince we have been, a member af the Social Comer have we received ia manv cards on Christmas, for which we wish to thank one and all for their kind" remembrance. Wishing the Social Corner family, the editor lnciuaea, a .nappy ivr , hnnincr the Tcir will "be the best yon havener had, I remain a true friend to the Social" Corner, the page whicn Is read with Interest from ocean to ocean, ' HXTRAIi- DELIVERY. tea GENUINE VICTROLA VI In a Long Console Cabinet IN REAL MAHOGANY SPECIALLY ejv? Eft PRICED AT VOI.OU INCLUDING 10 SELECTIONS OF VICTOR MUSIC ON TERMS OF J"! 5Q WEEKLY Wheft Our Present Stock Is Sold, New Price Will Be $100 - BUY YOURS NOW AND SAVE $ll$Q CURLAND SERVICE . The Talking Machine Shop ( 24-34 FRANKLIN SQUARE Bruns wicks, Pianos, and Everything Musical lack of literary merit," etc. This being, I think, the "most unkindest'eut of alk" This page furnishes a wonderful oppor tunity for the development of talent-now latent within us;- What-if.oup first let ters be very short and . simple? Prac tice will bring ; improvement. . Wet-.have depends bn what '-yOa have left beldnd and what you bring to it. For the gil-r wjho? is not an expert in some one particular branch of'industry, the city has no welcome. It offers you pavements, which strike cold through worn shoes, untialatab'.e food, dingy THEIB to . make biscuits more 'it&an t--'i4ee-.W- rooms ' In which to sfeeji; atid frightening fore we can produce the: high-minded fcijrd-T-those; I mean, that rise. j the oci casfbn, so lightly that they buitrp their heads . against the too of the o"ven... W'ho expects the cub reporter to be come a full-fledged editDr?mchief over highjt? v But if that tjub reporter des the very best work that he - Is : capable of each -day we feel that .he is on the road, to advancement : - ..It is afat cry from the- csve iei and .voirien of the dim past to the. ineik and women who are- the nower. . .-o.ivHira. tion today' Growth,' development, evihr spaces of time wjitn you are "out of work." ami thaf gives yori nd'.her oppor- tunity nor mean?, for any form of pleas ure to take the plaes. of the neighborhood I parties, picnics,' evenins' calls which were j jjart of your life .&i your, home" town.' SCHOOL CHIIDBEN AKD CLOTHES. Dear Sisters of The Corner: All the world loves school children. The rough est laborer will step aside to let pass the wee maid trudging along with a school bag; drivers and motormen slow up and smile down at the little toddler witn h.s or her first school strap. Did you cVer stop and think that these sturdy school children are- our future citizens? The whole town wakes up from Its winter doze for the holidays and after that school beghis and lovingly an loyally bails tho grand army of school children. Just as education Is compulsory, so do NEW YEAR FLOWERS Here they are. fresh and fina from WaddingWe floral, shop the choio. est of blooms you can find In this eity- Decorate yojr New Year table and your room with these beautiful cut flower. We have many varieties of foliage plants also. ROBERT WADDINGTON 328 MAIN STREET ' PHONE 1372-2 twice-a --year. Some say that helpful thoughts come, to them when they are busy but cannot be recalled, when- they sit down to write--- . - t , . r . j' . ." I find a good, remedy for this, is to.hava pencil and paper at hand' so: as far Jot down these thoughts, as they pome-then when we wish to write a letter our malri points are ready and all that . to left to be. done is a . little filling in. When We the fables were" removed we had a. llt-J ullLe-part hi the after, dinner p'rogramriie thi ' entertainment consisting : of music, the Buckingham Memorial let us no tion- have yroiight- the-change s$w. but chance liava you?vThe girl WhosJ-eteno-sure Let us think more v. aboui .sdiat !'irMhtVaniwl'sh nnl't mat n ti 11. we.-, an-give - to-, the Corner ianii Ipss j urely arid, on! jt oocaaional dictation of the about what we can : get from .it! Let i small town emplbye'r cannot stand up Un as not-worry for fear some one.Jiiay,cali aerthe test-cf the rapid-fire dictation of a uo eg ix.is.iu; l we. wxiLe - ou.ener. man their darlings forth appropriately a 1 I ! .- HiA.ti.il YTi.av mnthoi me an inconspicuous advertisement for a j a"u t w .v k(lr Z tu . iJwiii owes this to her child,. lor all chlmren are stenogpher- ih ac.typapeHwiir bring ke sensItive a8 to their personal ap- belvo g. tr itandsee. Among these ildrrfa S ..lSH?" a there are a" w . ,.tal)h.- ,i ,- ... -ppw .unC -' v-"' . : motner in "omrret. ciotnes. - une fiLtie xo comesuea imii sub SOIT or More aWlleahts who are thoroughly competent. 1 What Irs. John I Boss and Mrs. Phoebe Rey nolds on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. . Charles E. Ellis enter- her ;anR you for llOonf J fWOKi (Gramma ft)!" $ . Itsswsjqwjiratna.':'-" . E. L. NEBBEV, DEI.TAH REZIAH, .. DOOUTTLE,.-' HSODA HorE "COBWEBr OIvSAS ALLA ULTi .VCrMNDA ; any - tanksi- and eyajy podiyittfeirio .ttw-fewalfiSi - v iRICKKKS!: J " ;iZ-teir$rt want to torflriss,tq my hajr 'nir long . I : She rece'lved tmfortfrig. and'., cheery fctteri, lovely postcards and .other cards, jeretty gtttn1tSta.t!m-imM both ,-JUt and potted ones. - 5' tn fact, drte'g-her. whole yeacyoi, Mck ess she W8.shevet forotte 'Arid- So tatry who Jw'e're ane jeame fc see her. land only Mr wti"'li2.1iar. knew :jow she enjoyed seeing you. -t She loved you all arid was always . iiappy when her health -jSeftjytted her jto jMtena a bociai uonier gathsiaoei '.- -. ".ene reacnea ner journey s end Pea 5 t . -r--. fest5..t-j4-ae4jiwos in A land where there is no nroje, jialn or A Clubs No. ftv. i -nn I ,nLbut,lfiil -towet? tot- J.t funeral, - didfcFraliiklra '.franrB, .Franktfn chureK fed'afiy dEr ;tietKl,V,:- - vV."y We also thank'- yoti" ffre-'-Sf-oraV fit' rnifort and sympathy and kindltaess re i-Ood MaM-o)ied-'s1e " dancing, recitations, readings; etc, which was very interesting.. Then- the meeting oroice up and ail left for their homes.-1 took the S.45 car for New London hav ing had a --very vejtjoyable . Thanksgiv lmk and nooe ail thn alRtri. had vnnA -wira-you ati happy Ngw Tear,.and ' "5'p tr-1f" um mir- ckv business man in. a chronic hurrv. ' In New York city" there are four mil lions of people. , Do y.iw not realize that from the four million people every possi ble1 employer- eatt' pick- anff choose hun dreds of needy- applicants much "better ntited; to olty requirerncnts than yourself! . ; . ... ;.' . KITTY, LOU. ftA.6re - THE ' TEARS. " Dear -S:str of the' Social Corertf : I tru9t you- all had a pleasant Christmas, Siid esrieciallly- 'dar'sWf e Miry France, whounfortvmaely failedto ehjoy . the day -of Thanksgiving. I can sympathize worry for . fear we shall not make a good appearance? before- -our -audience, huf father hatif tit ' c.hntp.l--KJ thfirtitf-K i' that We are- privileged to do our small j with her m being greatly frightened con- bit tor the .entertainment ; of- our trienus ana we win una -inai: mis tnougnt iisj for feat aiaf wW sucb. a busy weeK ;Piore me fetttK -W ' JeWP tthaka into the offlca fa time . to be printed, hi. &8m4itft4&kBSrJkL ;And I want each- one who so enecess--,rally tried to make thi, tioxL. my ;ehut-hi er tfkeat to knic 'jJIt r. teivJ calls ,lrdm two np ithe ' Sistera "inee Oct iiOx MfSf 5Se street, forttr last .tliM,' and. have a 7 ."iramiBwot cards,,, and .- letter .a-hlch 1 have enjoyed very ranch. And tow-lust 1-t. ma i.lil mnn , of the ke .:hristmaa cards I have lriAv ilt). ti. Twenty of them have been fom the ords of cornfoViL and cheel-ixs'iaS 'itronJ the wies, prjute on Jgif card. JBif,. yd-j wonder - their J'-hgim4aaim:rik tl wfffds rMuch Appreciated f --And to think yonjtilLnmemhej .tn. ana are IH of synrpathy for me when "i have not been able to meet' with ..you" all th post long -sommer. Tbi. lait tlrije 4-was aiettb at the BnKirhani ;wa the 8rt Wednesday .ht March.- and I did not get -to - 'amgle.. pKothi&.'',"But never mma long as I apt nctsufrer- lrm so severely. A friend told me she had -asked Bn0rTomgTaS-irlew Salr of walking sticks, .usl; think It he SiionldV wouldn't thaj;$e .lorfonl.--;,'; , -"jlntorested Reader1. 1- want- t 4Bnlk Knu fif thi darnty plnl(dllc' Bmbrelta lu'ieni soeV ' pt&itfifiitjrti.' VTauldn't I create a sensation J4 I I' oman of my age. should appear oii the Street" with ttl "Blft'' ai!de-Tranr- loklrig It Is a . dear little needle book and very H'-isInt rsat dther- gift t- reMlv'id ,jtrbta frifif W K atefbury "toslio5 Kltrj fcou An8 -tov tliem long enough tor her to make one of- 4ch for herself..- , : ... ", Then there Is a pen wiper. There Are hlir little round mat bout the, of a imall' teacup tosj ofirtenlfenael. Khlta- with red buttonhole-' ege: Then isenwat a-mat crochtedr of red ailk over -them 'and , WiTt4 "Cllt Tich4ted lundl about one- and one-half tacbee . tjrh -and tlr.yw1flt.-the.. oiof-..wl-k tt -tlnelf ailk K&ftiy'6Ut 'tit tt.-Jt"Bt- . nsnLicO i.v.'5- a prosperous year for the dear old Cor ner- .f .- -:, - . -DOM PEDRO " . HOW 6 MAKE i BET MOP. Dear Corner. Folks? Ask we art ataftiftg on a. new-year let's all'try-.and remem ber practical Polly's good advice to.be; true blue" to the corner throughout the year.. ..- , . - .., ,. We can't an Write such nlr.e letters as she (how I svish I could), but If we- do OiS best we can lt ai"Show- tliff-froper sptrit and there are some j(vho will ap predate our effort.- i-.-, -i ' ., Another thimf. far . thosjfc who ran --ti; tend the meetings, and dinners to think Of is that there ar many writers, who. nrve too ..ar. away, to attend, .other than an. occasional ,meetmg - . . ", --- '! So about the only cnance they have t getting- acnuamted with the ditter-- int Writers Is through tmv letters. And when .-reading them the . bond of friend ship ieems stronger even though .; know not their nam .or where - tiiey-'live. . t tfilnk that May.B.- if A., .would write again It might start ' a Breeze ahd bWW In letters. " Would not- be sur prised it-It developed, into a Whiclwind, arid there- were' l92.K'If .as' Old' Tmier. and .even Just me would -know that every ori4 was trying to Bee True td.ihe ,or. ner page. If you" carit do much. KezMi adage;-that cmfwy yt fi a il ..ft 'gflgiififtfl DopMttle,. you all remember , the. .old adaget.that "Varletyijs the spiee of -life;" .Wen, as this Is thespicyeeaeort'I-am making thi varifty letter.- Far, those: who; are fortunate -ewduglr to" have-"coal dtsA ibid 'wish to remove -it,-here- is a "nice way to, make, a dry Aop otirselfr and save dollar towards paying tor the-i preciops coal. , . A . Duties. Map: Bttrt -With hn; J& hroorii Ciit ' the straw' oft, "lust- below the -wires;,-whichi hold:, it . to theMt&tidl. Cover jUila with ah' old ftockfrigand ew drit to 'this covering the legs 'of iDthef 1id stockings cut about -tweivef- teAes--long and eilt Into one Inch -strips," sik to- two Inches. Of oria eadt Sew.' these -around and around the-j-surfaca in- rows-.-about ami tech, apart antiL.the? jnopita' 'of the desired tMctoess.- ". '' -. ' K ' .Then dip the. mop- mto a - solution o ene-half cup of melted parann - and ond cP ot kerosene and allow-the liquid to dry on .the strlpa The mop tnay' be kept moist by rolling - it -tightly -when not in use and covering tt with -a pa per .bag. . . ,,lV.v!; A -happy and pr6sperott lv,Tear---to Our editor -and readers -is the- winhr-of '.'-fV - --:.'v- , TmM .TWENTY. v " t . " r'- ' '-" . 'i ' T',;" - tbRNEB BI8TJSRS ITTEaTWHPtlR Dear Social turner Siaterai'Iidld; not totend.tq come, again, s? soon, but. when I -.read B'. L.r M-'s lette I thought I would write arid let her kriowrwhom she met that day. , t hope shall meet againVsome time. I did hot think when I had: that pleasant ' 6hat: witli "tte jady m.,lh store that t f:,--taiklfit: Wli Social Corner sister,, but' that ahojvs we live up to our name-trSocial. i J&oW '.I -(fonder what cljib.E. L. M.. balongs J.a I fldence.. whieh wilt enable' us to Ho "our best - Let us. then enter upon..-the Neli Year with, the 'resolve that " w will' make the best possible' use of every op portunity we have for growth and ' de velopment. So shaft our . Corner page be filled and Its sphere -Of " mmjericei be trnlargo1 ' '. . .'..: V . EVELINE . BU1SIL WAUREGAN .TTfrw rtMon Ch.na-ir nMraln.- e t "always went .the Back-way when she had yie 'Christmas concert In cliafge of mm to wear bid clothes. vhy BhouId any p s. cuing arid. Alfrtd H. B-;cbe. The little heart sutler tms mrmination wnen pjosra,m na3 as follows: you can buy quite pretty cotton gooos, organ prelaoe by Sirs, Joseph A. Eill and there are lovely little new des'ghs 0t . hymni Joy to tn8 World, by conere and -patterns with no sleeves to sew in gatiori; responsive reading, prayer by and no trimming to buj,'and a remnant ReT p g. ;0nins; Beautiful Star, song will cover the pattern, bureiy every cn.ia by choir; recitation. If Everytatng Went loves to try the new style, "Just like the jagt g Katherlne Goldberg ; LOW rft a groy.-u.-ups." Manger, recitation by Carolyn L. Brebe ; The provident mother plans to have the recitation by Mary Rosick Ho We Kcp : dainty school outfit reidy before school hhrlstmax: sinirmi? bv choir. LOwtv Thy. opens, j ttest, Lois Leffmgwell: reeitatlin. Who (this place. or -the sake of -economy, buy white. is It?.; Gold, Frankincense, and Myrr, by I Mr. and. Mrs. Sidney -Vartand and There Is nothing to fade. For the school four boys; I'm a Little Soldier Boy,' a family of iSanlM-mn sport Chrirtmas with wardrobe, fussy or dressy clothes are not recitatioar by Wilfred Connelly; Phyllis Mr, and Miw.. F. -T. Jehnson- and fsrmi'.T. in good taste. . , arid Dawn Oat gave a recitation ; song, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cowperthwai ; ', ETHELTN. (Qiid Tidings, by choir; recitation,, by ar. family of Watertown; Conn., cpent "' ' .' v James .Turnbuil,'. Whatever is best; j the Christmas hol'days- with Mr. and I Offertory by Mrs. Joepft A. BiHott ; earoi, jjrs. J. V. Atwood and fawny. auem.iifnLi vul7 ,-iiguv, u jiibkb -t ; 01199 i-oris ih'iw di layyiiie , vipiteti Edward Burns, Jr, has enlisted In tfc navy and Is to report for duty n-jcl Thursday at Newport.- The Christmas concert was. held at thf Congregational church on Sunday after noon. The recitations and singing by tht children were excellent, showinx that -a good deal of effort was made by those la charge of their training. Mr. and Mrs. H. Wignall and son Ken neth spent the holidays in New Bedford, Mass. Erwln Tracy, student. .t Tale, Is gpend ing the "Christmas vacation at his home here. Irene Wilde soeril Chrlstfnss'wlth Mr. and Mm. P.osooe Ashley and family it SUNDAY SUBJECTS the rotrf of our horn and I was ai: alone ' ". 143 Prospect street. Rev. e. H. S Mlchkel Resick. William I At the Wtmrvnn rnJiM.MM.dl at the Uml.,,The damage to", the shingles I Rxketts, pastor, wlU-.-predch at the f'', JfSL" ,.W.SjV,C"Il' morning service, uuier services ac uie 7 - . , 1- . usual hour thy Turnbuil ; recessional hymn, O Come, 1 be on How to Know Ocd Evening oer-i -,..'. , . . -.. . AU Ye Faithful, by choir; announceaients I mon on The Word That Works. DdrlrJ v iy "ra ,theJe and benediction by the pastor. . 'the opening service In the evewtng thl will be holy comfeunion at 9.30 - ta., -ry Evening tho Sunday School pastor" will begin A series of short talks moraing prayer and ermoit at 10.30 ; had the)r chrlstmal tree and entertain- on gru authors. The flrrt one win be church sehftol at noon, and evening mmi to tha charcn vestry. A largo , on Dickenaf Great Christmas Stories, prayer and sermon at 7.30 o clock. crowd was present Recitations were Church school At IS. Young Peoplr At Christ Episcopal -ebardi there will riven by Rev. f. a.; Collins, Jesse Ames fa-eetfeg'Thtrrsday evening at7.i. n.nti Mrmon nt 10.30 : church school at .. thM or, A tnnrA triftu tar h Knn- tne test or, cloudy and dark, hours., we 19 h nuetitn at 7 sn Mnv 1 - .i.f .-n-K.M n h ir. n. I , can truly feel w nave been "successful In aay (New Year's day) there will be frMfinierit bf sal tines, hot chocolate. iol- Immiminlftn ft K 10 m. 1 1. ai iijtm. --ia u.-rut Ktr as slight, compared to the shock cf my nerves, ana r cope never ta pass tnrougn that kind of experience again. .1 We ar4 Sopre to close the fSfS of an other year of this earthly life and as we stand on thi threshold we are more iri eltned. to lopk baek than, to nonder the future. . Jt. believe ., with most 'of us we have enjoyed imtny .sunshine days of iiri. a '-'.- : I tv", aiso -we have- eeen enabled to bear Dear Sisters- I tfrant to wt mv l.ttAi - . . . . , --. o , j. . .-iii. huij 'tt. wo ucou Du.Afoiu i hi Qay iew xear s u! ul... r uus toinraayj as .s j meet'ng every Dbllgation that came to s holy tommtmion ab. 10 ' ' , ' " - " J 11 wo DUt IUOK O.L iC 1(1 IBiU sent to mt-. hut r-ruiM nnt smd anv lt- i t . i ; J: j , ... , . .J.l. ". " - 1 ...tJ (Ul U LM- LI lulll"ra ' I r. I . ters ont, as-we were- qfuaranttned,. myi t(j m. mastersaubjects for ""'.,V.n Va itT littlegirl having a slight attack of "thiS'u-".... . )wv. t -h. . thi- .nJ scarlet fever. We're O. E. now .. . tMn nnlim tivum irlii tint tn n'un I " Cmild - am of tha sisters' teH tne j, .i jii. Z n:. t m a. m. ligiru ine , iv i :. t- k . i.i.. erfuln'S3 p- t. k- tw m o,. en-.M- the VAST COLCHESTER William Avery nirchased- i 10 power reeol'ne enrtne recently. ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Mahoaey 3 New London. Mr and Mrs. Frank A. j vase of Norwich and' Mr. sad Mrs. morning sermon at eleven A'.lny.lr h v P. n. Collins. B. Y. P. S "lln? eontSyyi?- "V ?USJ 5 P ?f m.-Youne People's service: 7.30 iv m., John H. Rathbone. . Barbara of Preston City spent Chrtstma line worship: subject, er Tomer-1 Seven young man from Lefflngwoll at- at the home of Mr. and Mrst Edward. .......... . - -. .. ... j ... isinirn Rfrnntf-nnxv-nMKntii' rnnn tnajcHTtr ... . i . . . . . - i i iw.a m. . - knit a ouilt? I should think it would .Tv. .1. "" ! ows. .: , tenoea rrm . be-warm and not too heavy, still. -would nunt U itfr Th. At the McKlnley Avem,. A. St &iJ?ZInJ22 the yarn cause it to cost too-nruch? I -nave seen a edge.!.. . ;;i woma iDvo to ..aixenu. uie,-.janoarjf meeting, out. wont mmgie m . wixn. u. i.e all try to see our sucoesses. our good crowds . yet.Jio will wall till nary. tlotui, pveri. the gpod' thoughts we :t il 6 whs day ot 4a has nearly dosed. " .Mended th pageant at the Ceu. eraz ooilt. with- a inrittf-.! . .t . ; ...J imiln i-hnit eft-or mornln service: -E1UDXV rxenueij.oB. vhhui. ,"-7" uye to .attenff "the, Jasary:' ..'rt KihVh.l . w., soc al hour, a repast will be .served;! Ilr iT!L .L the- silent watch. . - (Ernest Oadbols 6f East GreatNP lalft. . . At the Fhrst Methodist Bptscspalj Mj; Henrr Anlt! gad danghr church,, N?rwlcl Town. Rev, Jr B.y Al- tor Jeste Bpent (j weelt end to Kenyan, drich, pastor, the subject of the morn-' . tag service at lOiO o'clock ylH he The Mr Edward Reytiolds tpent Three "B'"t C. E. meeting at 8 P.-' rjhr.gtmaa day with Mr., and Mrs. Hiram E. J. Ayera ' vrfB preach at--tht) watch night service. A St. Aadrefs. eharoh,- ljie ""Christ maa music ' wtH be repeated, at . the morning service Sunday, j. "Good Night haH be spoken. May Rphoolir ofntnt tsar- - VMt vlth Mrs. William Clegg and Mrs. dreeph -rtiual Cliristmaa. exercises. Miss Krime'r Seattle r My' mother--' appreciated your i!ltng on hr, and tad planned'. 'to go,' but'lt was such a. cold day alio "didn-'t ventjire. - Thanking ;you, again, . . ;-. . - ; MAKE PAGE AND GATHEEIXGA BET- '.' .-V lAWa?U W. -.- -- - ' ' Hear Social Cbrner Mbers:': .AljEhe'nrtfrfwMfc.-R t-i ttrv liare slletttly .cherished, ..that they may Outnumber the failures-, of the year which ft nearly ended. ' With, courag? jmd hope to do ill that await us to the fiest of bur ibfaty" as .we w'eksoms a new .year, may we bie yeasdy bi greet glaa "Good Morn to our. vorner sisters wno nave so re- New, Year arrW Jet's try -wtd vm4W ; 1,, symry ind'may b be rec- this one the best of-hest years,:. LeJ each, iieiled and Bad-comfort in few words ftriA -frv artA An her: nst :' tn late.:--or.-i. iii-- ;.i.-i:' - : t-Amburtu t- - at ,M.SOv.Ttie of Phnrlct 7 had a Christmas tree heavi y looeit wlt gifts for all. x William Avery last' wee tmteiief d A hoc that weighed tit pmrndS. Charles Kramer recently ptrrChsaet I pair of mules of A. Braaos A SoeJ of M'ddletdwri.' - Flocks of robins have bees frequently seen about tbia community. - Kew HSveeA tetrtvJ tmdgst o) I313.S38..- ha been adopted by thl board of apportionment in tha First die- paee iand -gatherings: beitef :; tfiaa;. a5rer. And we can if each -eie will htlt. . i,-. Trottie: Wai glai ,-to hear "f rda yon through the- Corner page! . ' . ;' -Club IfatVlr meets , in1' Pfanklla' Sail. Willimaritlc Jan. 10. and each one should brlag-a -plate. cup, knife, f orkjiod spaons. Arid please, don't forget to bring some-'' thing 6a4',;:for -tha. -lai-;'' ' d. I ,want"to fha64 all for c"iifdaTte!iit mt at Christmas, and-1 wish each and every one the hanoles ' Kew ." TlrsaCyW .-. Kl- f Bejsure and brme a. ten cent p&'.ht the "if ew Year tree, 'OtiTVB. Social Cbrner picnic we were to" have. arid wanted hereto conie- tiv She was coming the. day before to stay over night wtth roe, but It rimed, so '.both were 'dis appointed. . . . ". -i. . - .-y. "-V-. Well, Christmas day, 1822, .as gone by.: My husband and I pent the day witlr-PriscUla and her hnsband in- the old home where I hava .spent, ab many happy Christmas daysr in the years past, a : PrtscHla's husband , h- the soft , of a very dear . aont, who always included feel with her own four-- children - in- -the-good ..times oft holidays; such" "M XTiHaC-' feat were ktndfy spoken oet.tt: sa-itcW ,' "B grateful, .that ,ahe . was spared 10 you these ma-ny"'yers. and that she was with Toarhrj-the ttme of yon younger life." when yoa. neededher the most." -. .ltm'ittitk:t -t&'&r i. ttfiiht aid Vew Haveai-iAlexander GagliarfllJ trict, and $3711 tn ths Seebad dis who last week issuedUa weekly , for street" trict.- The budget Is .merely temporary sales and which has been suppressed by'j and jnay be changed, at. the January the ponce, was arrested en a warrant i meeting - of tne ooara when tha snal -llf.t. 1 . h -M. ai a. .tl! .-Ma. I a.alaua.ta.a. - ' - ta t few wrds rector will preach oitMy ttte fthaUJfce ; KMfgt him with Issuance of; a puhli-! budget is..adoite4 at tha board teyt 1 t 1 1 J'iJSiTia tefittirs' to tht. at atatittss.- - th city tax. . f.-bi a- inbther's I pageant of the Kssrrtty will be repeat- j . . . fed at the evening, service., at 7.80. .The! i ... , i l. ."- - wsb Social Corner Sisters: Once more, has Christmas comS and. 'gone tuid brought to many sadness,- jo : some-TMppajess.- There are so many . -vacant chairs this year that were not so last. I, So'rhe; have (had the . littb) ones go and sbme 'thelr -fTathere and -mothers- Some, liaVe" had then;' companions taken. fro.n)r: them ftnd how little we know . this year whether you or-i are to , pass over-the" laiubuw bridges on the oier side-. Bui whatever is, ft' best. I, for. one", 'a& 'alwily-i.. glad to have the holida-rs over for so litanv have, a jieavy ..hearty thtnkingVof. WhaM xnejp wouia line, to aq ana get--mar rtt en fhincs are carriedt . to ' the . ' extreme And theij. j brings envy- to; some,1 and i otners go oeyond their meajjs to- carry out" the thought they, wish '. to - $lm tQ tlfose that' give " presents to- them. I heard one- man say last year 4t toos? hiii most a year, to catch Bp because .of what was spent f or Christmas; ItT -seems to me -that birtrrfaya in- the- family and. get, together days when th family, could eh-jey-'-themselves would be better-"-for-alt" We hayejthe ChHetmas In honorofjhe birth" of Christ, He who- was bonis? at heart, possessed 'simplicity 1 m ail' forms, without hatred or malice born . ta- A manger. Don't you to ink that a pray er: from .your heart,' a lift to" those' In need and . not. bo much: of the world's gooos -and - a 'celebration in thoug,ht and Kind" aee'ifa arid ' less confusion would ' Bfeic-itiiUt ... Bitrxo xastt tSirroas. has. passed and let us. hope ho child; '-nij-oi.6 'tho"t8 ill arid shut in 4nd:fthds" on, the he'd' of sickness; hone Of the aged people -.who .may never sec $hxtstiriaa again - have been forgotten Stay the young people" not - forget the all n- it- ((TXmu... aha. a). ' JTa. -Uv fly i uo ,,,vjiiii . u.ji .muici ' bj i v. .... i-i. j otheit" - fitome - jarid. mother are -; two brda that always reach the heart. The toldier . dylhg on the battlefield- has his last--words, and thoughts for. hls mother Music aidr-3chCT ' the-" heart a It -did tn fhi -ease-, ot Queen. Victoria, who ; did itot knoV - out ' ttui . from ahother-. ' fiat hen the drestiplayed-,H6me, Sweet Bonie the tears. .came to her eves. Another yeP'l: e)iiiljr' it hand. If Brrng saaiiy changes.- In the rural-dl mcta tht off iNttt3itaHd fld, aijtfi fadf 6 Brmgs- news - daily ;f rora -many stations Sifough the country. . 3t riot only brtrats eriiairaMmeiits- w'itfi. mtisle and amusing stories,, but ft -ta pbii5l In many" dif-fereml'rmea-" of ' tjusroees. . We sxe' 4t ttn: messages which conn over -on thousand- nrties; as clear as t, telephone call Wi1' ilglAoiv. ' , 1 ' 4- For ' many days . it - has beei Brie sleighing but "twt - sleigh '.td' On" the road-r;the..uto for pleasure and the truck. -for business i keep the horses In th( barn- which mat be tor the best fc some drivers never knew as much-ai the horses.. - k How't4'"Hme''haya,changcdi 16 fee peopie as well. .-.Whoa, we . -we the hot Sunday school and" Men's Bible Class meet at ths noon"- r"Bour" "lor -rettilar work.-,.' r -... ' : ' At the Gestrai Baptist ehoreh, ( Rev. David Alexander Pitt, pastor, the morn rcg subject will be- The Master teoret ot Happy New tear. Servtei ht Ital ian at 10.80; Sunday school and City Bible Class for Men at noon. Evening service commences., at 7 -30 special mu sic; selections from- The. Messiah; Sotnai hourr-foliowed -by--avatcl night ' servfeN sermon by Rev. Joseph Palmer of Hart ford, .. , - - . .v. ', : -v v tEFFlNGWLLL : Sherinan is. Rogers 6t ' Bi. . t, Trby. 1-f. y. came home' Friday last to spend the Christma? holidays with hht parent. Mr. and, Mrs. S. Clinton Rogers of Wau weens HUL : . '.' . . . Stuart Collins of Vermont Academy, Saxons River, VU, is passing the Christ inas vacation "with" his parents. Rev. and Mrs. P. 8. COlllhs.' " ' ". Deacon . e LeftirirWeH hid fbd sp iral family . gathering at hia horns OA nbrletmaa tl.iv. Nineteen were torntent is with, the "telephone,, theaote ari ' itrid aH ihorougtiy; eriJoyeMt TS (lay. ' radio the country people 'ire- not eu", ; Mr. and Mrs. .Joseph-. A-- EH1?rtt sad Mrs. Carrie .Park entertained Mr. ana dBANBCHlXD BAB CHOX-TI tOVOH "My grandchild "could; tSt no relief whateisr from at Very, bad eroupy ioagh." write Fetef ' laridls, - Meyersdaie. Ta, "until I tave' him SOriey" and f ar. . "K 1 great help Wf chest dad throat trouble."' Coughs, colds, croup throat, "chest and broachia) irritaUOM quickly relieved witS Foley's Honey and Tar. Contain ho Opiates Ingredients riated bn tha wrapper. Stood thi test of time, servtttg three f eaerauocs. Ltt 4 Oroo4 Co. ; .-r t - - WHAVE A: COMPLETE LINE of Stdves L : bi Variety of Sizes' d from tJ7 lip HOUItlGAC BROS. " Complete Home, Furnishers . r 62-63 MAIN STREEt ' , ' FINN'S BLbCft '- .;Jewe City NofWfck' -- k f v '-'- .a-"