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CONNECTICUT WESTERN NEWS, SEPTEMBER 16, 1920.
8 ' ALLS VILLAGE lber of prominent republi- er considerable discussion he to realize that a local re- club wtmld be of great ad- Therefore, a meeting will ht Citizen's hall, Monday Sept. 20, 7:30 p. m. stand- and all republican men and re cordially invited to at- n interesting program nas anged. Brothers have delivered a jible six Oakland car to. Fay e of Lime Rock. tfarilla .Moore left Monday grandson, C.- R.v Sabin for v' visit in ttttsneld, Mass. Inez . Preston , is visiting at Eton's in West Cornwall. pra Heinz is teaching in the Witain school., Hubbell of . Hartford was t his father's home over J" V j-Lyni x' aim viuage a. L- te excellent ball erame at aturday. v id Mrs. i G. F. Bristol and are spending several days wn visiting friends and hultis has been entertain- lece from Lakeville for a Mrs. Clarence R. Sabin lid, Mass. have been spend" days at Mrs. M. Moore's. mesvillei school, attended bn's exhibit at the town hall iry Friday afternoon. nnie Weiner is teaching in ktherine Sedgwick is teach- plcott, near Waterbury. "Prince and . daughter, a Vident of ;this place were onday. f ? lis Village team will play togton Tigers at Falls Vil- 19th. This will be one of games in this section Harry Cline in Bristol. Edward Kenny of New York city is spending his vacation of two weeks with his mother, Mrs. Sarah Kenny. Camp Arapaho the M. A. P. C. camp of New. York for boys, on the shores of Silver Lake closed for the season last week, as did Camp Sha- dowbrook the Y. W. C. A. Both' camps have, been full' of young people all the season, who have en joyed the summer in the country to the fullest extent and are already an ticipating a return here next year. as team have secured several ayers. 1 .... SHARON falter, Tv B. 'McDonald and n Middlebrook of Hartford wn last week. . hlia H. Smith, of Wallimr- piting her parents, Mr. and dF. Smith. . '.' - I Mrs. George Dien and r of Hartford were guests d Mrs.' .Arthur-O. Bierce Vy Smith left last week to x millinery duties in New 1U1 WC VV1I1LC1. ?Hng of the Queen Esther held? at the home of Mrs. sy on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Myron S. Puff of Mt. Y. called on friends here jHoughtaling recently pur lin the Misses Goodsell and what was formerly the Van property on Main St. bra Bartram is enjoying a vacation from her duties store, and is spending the friends in Pittsburgh, Pa. Chas. Loucks Jr. returned from a three weeks' visit bint, Mrs. Wallace Davis at in Richmond Hill, L. I. Jses Nina and Grace Hotal- G. Sparrow of Baltimore, Blaine Kane of Kansas are the home of the former's ,r. and Mrs. Cornelius Ho- plyn D. Scott has returned it with, her sister, Mrs. turned from a few weeks' visit with relatives in Vermont. , Mrs. F. A. Wike and daughter Pauline who have been spending the summer at their cottage, in Pine Grove, Canaan, have returned to Sharon. A number of our young people have left town for their various O'Brien of Dunkirk, N. Y. The employees of the local C. N. E. railroad station received their back pay checks, as. awarded by the railroad labor board the past week. The body of Mrs. Lucia Evans Greene,' whose death occurred at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Albert Wilcox in New Hartford ' Monday was brought here for burial in the Center Cemetery Thursday. She was the widow of Martin Greene and lived here, where she was born April 24, 1837. She leaves a sister, Mrs. Mrs. George M. Marckres has re- George Munson of Pleasant Valley. Mrs. Wilcox and one son lives in Forestville. The Huntington Development & Gas Company of Huntington, West Virginia is the recent purchaser of the East Canaan chemical plant, which ,was opened during the war for the manufacture of wood alcohol by the late Barnum & Richardson Co places Of business, among whom are ; The plant under the direction of J. E Miss Lena Potter "who went to Pleas- i Jones will be dismantled and moved antville, N. Y., Miss Kathleen Kenny ; to Virginia as soon as possible. to Millbroojc, jn. i., ana miss alarum Wilbur to Mt. Vernon, i all of whom are teachers. v Schools opened on Tuesday of last week with the following teachers: Center School, Principal, G. L. FoAe, Vermont; Asst. Principal, Miss C. B. Martelli, Hartford; Grades VII and VIII, Miss Willis, Maine; Grades V and VI, Miss Driscoll, Mass.; Grades III and IV, Miss A. B. Colligan, Canaan; Primary, Miss Grace Lamb, Amenia. ) Mrs. G. L. Forte has been the guest of her sister, Miss Anna B. Gruber in New York city. Norman Wiley and Melvin Davis of the U. S. Navy are spending a few days with friends in townl Miss ' Martha E. Wilbur recently purchased a cottage In Pine Grove, Canaan. SALISBURY Mr. and Mrs. Edward C. Williams returned on Sunday from their wed ding trip, which they spent touring Maine and through the White Moun Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seeley, and Mr. and Mrs. George Belcher Jr. attend ed the wedding of Garfield Morrison at Bethel on Saturday afternoon. Frank MacDonald of Bethel is taking Garfield Morrison's place, for , a, few weeks. - I Miss Clara Stone leaves this week , for Hartford, where she has a posi-w tion in an insurance company in that- place. . Miss Mary Cooper returned Winsted on Monday, where she will Laurel Chapter, O. E. S. held its first fall meeting in . Masonic Hall Tuesday evening. The concert given, at the summer home of Mrs. John H. Flagg and Mrs. Carroll J. Post, jr. Saturday after noon as. a benefit for the Norfolk community nursing fund and the Greenwich House Music School in New York was a decided success, and a large sum realized. The trio of artists Miss Gertrude Watson of Pittsfield, Mass., and New York pianist, Miss May Mukle, a distin guished violincellist from "London and Miss Rebecca Clarke, a violinist also from England, began giving these concerts during the war, raised several thousands of dollars for Red Cross work and since has continued the benefit concerts. Mr. and Mrs. Max. .J Hamant and son Richard of New Haven are spending their vacation here as guests of their parents, Dr. and Mrs. IL. Hamant and Mr. and Mrs. My ron N. Clark. ( Miss Margaret F. O'Connor has accepted a position as a teacher in the high school in Stonington. The sale and supper given by the Junior Christian Endeavor Society of East Canaan last week netted the society over $50. John, Charles, Jane and Elizabeth Fay, children of Dr. Charles Fay of New York who have spent the sum mer here and underwent throat oper ations at the Litchfield County Hos pital last week have been discharged i irom tne institution and returned t0 for a further stay in this place. Misses Jane and Margaret Howard and Miss Katherine Becker of Hart- Mrs. H. A. LaHar ' and f daughter . ford were guests of the Misses Kirly of New Britain are visitiner her par-. ai ine aiapies last wee. ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Selleck v The young people pf the Grange, entertained the married members at J. M. Bell's cottage at Twin Lakes i ORE HILL last Thursday evening, to a corn roast as well as many other , good things to eat, as the Grangers are well able to do. , , The children's exhibit in the town hall last Friday, of their garden pro ducts, canning successes, and sew ing, each of which showed much in- The schools in this place opened last Tuesday. Miss Grace Golds worthy of this place and her sister, Mrs. Ivan Boyd of Saugerties, N. Y. are the teachers. ' j Mr. and Mrs. Edw. Dean and son j Edward of Bridgeport were week 1 end guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Dean. i i ji m j terest, perseverance ana an eracient . Mn and Mrs Wm Rowe and two New York visited their mother, Mrs. Miss Anna Clark of New York and t William Clark of Washington, D. C, ( spent the week-end with friends. Miss Margaret Norton left for New York on Wednesday, and after stopping in. Chicago for a few days, will sail from San Francisco for j China, for a four year's stay to teach , Science and Mathematics in a college j there. Her many friends wish her success in her field. jtember Sunshine Lin- vat Long Deferred Photo NORFOLK , Cedar Rest, Falls Village. The funeral of Mrs. Frank John son, who-died at her home in Hart ford Wednesday after a long illness was largely attended at the Church of the Immaculate Conception Fri day with burial in St. Mary's Ceme tery. Mrs. Johnson, who spent the j been guests of their mother most oi ner me in mis piace, leaves Daniel Maloney Sr ner nusuanu, ime sisier, ivira. Agues Basnes of Hartford and three broth ers, John J. O'Brien and Jeremiah Jake Wevantoski Little Alfred Donlon has returned to his home at his uncle's, James O'Holloran after two weeks' stay in the Sharon hospital, much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dean" cf Lakeville stayed Saturday with his sister, Mrs. Ward Dean. , James Moore spent a few days with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mr3. John Morgan of Lakeville. C. Tonkin has returned to his home in Ansonia, after spending the summer with his daughter, Mrs. Arthur M. Everts. Mrs. W. T. Sweeney and son of Springfield, Daniel Maloney of Chester, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maloney of New York have Mrs. O'Brien of his place Joseph euma'c auto" jjj I VJalls, Mass. y I M I .ii ' ' i "l im. i m, I i wmmmmmwmmmmammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmn mam u - Mrs. Thos.. Donahue of Pittsfield spent Labor Day with her son, Thos. J. Donahue. Mrs. Michael .Walsh and children of Mamaroneck, N. Y. and Joseph O'Loughlin of Torrington are guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. O'Loughlin. Maurice Dennis has returned from a week's visit with LeRoy Gaines in Kent. Miss Bessie Goldsworthy of Lake ville was a Sunday guest of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Golds-worthy. SOUTH CANAAN Marvin Dean, a native of this place ' died at his home in Evanston, 111. last week. The remains were brought to Falls Village for inter ment in Grassy Hill Cemetery, which took place on Tuesday. Miss Dora Heinz commenced her duties as teacher in Undermountain school last week. Herbert Hallaway and party of friends motored to Ashokan Dam, New York, on Monday, and were greatly interested in the reservoir that supplies the city of New York with water. . Mrs. Parmalee visited at her granddaughter's Mrs. Fred Howe on Friday. . Mm, M. C, Mrs. Arthur's, and Misses Nellie and Mabel Dean with Your family and friends want pic tures of you as they are accustomed to see you pictures with your na tural conversational expression. This is modern photography the result is a natural intimate likeness. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT today. ALFRED M. COSTELLO PHOTOGRAPHER Great Barrington, Mass. Largest stock of Autombbile in Berkshire County, south of Pittsfield BICYCLES and SUPPLIES Get our Prices on Oil. A. R. MILLER Ashley Falls, Mass. Miss Hattie Millard, also Mrs. H. N. Wright attended a political meeting held at the home of Miss Julia Good win on Saturday. ' s Misses Ruth and May Bosworth, Miss Mabel Dean and Herbert Halla way were callers at Hillcrest hospi tal, Pittsfield on Thursday. Fred . Bushey and son William were at Goshen Fair Labor Day. Mrs. M. C. Dean called on friends on the Barrack on Friday. Mrs. Frank Silvernale is visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. Kindleburg in Canaan. ' . - George Cook and: Miss Alice Bushey from Norfolk were at the Jatter's home on Sunday. Ennis Silvernale is working in Canaan. Charles Duby has - sold his place to Mr. Miller of Bridgeport. CORNWALL .... The ndninees, for selectmen this year are Patrick O'Donnell on both tickets, Harry Breen on the Demo cratic and Fred E. Baldwin, on the Republican. The Town School Com mittee and most other officers of the town remain unchanged. Books added to the library last week are:-' Marjorie's May time .. Carolyn Wells Marjorie at Seacote. .Carolyn Wclb Tom Slade Boy Scout Percy Fitzhuh Tom Slade at Temple Camp ' Percy Fitzhugh When Love Flies out of the Window Merrick Life of Boone Edward Ellis The Rescue of an Old Place Robbins More Baskets and how to Make them White Universal History VonRanke SHARON. VALLEY their and were Mrs. Egbert Pink of Brooklyn spent the Labor day week-end with his wife and nephew, William Limonson at Mrs. Adelbert Middlebrook's, they j returning with Mr. Pink to home in the city. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Savoy James Bunnell of Seymour week-end guests of Mr. and James Vosburgh. School opened Tuesday with Miss Alice Ames of Orono, Maine, pre siding as teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Duncan, Mrs. Collins Barton of Colemans and Mr.and Mrs. Frank Warner of Wa terbury called at Mrs. A. Middle brook's last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Pink, son and daughter of Pocantico Hills spent over Sunday at Mrs. A. Middle brook's. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Allen and son, Miss Virginia Turner and Clyde Rapp of Elizabeth, N. J. and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ramsay of Westfield, N. J. were week-end guests of Miss Jessie Morehouse. Royal Dakin has been spending the past week at Robert Dakin's. Miss Anna Morehouse of Sharon has been visiting at James More house's. Miss Belle Phillips and Mead Phillips of New York spent the week-end at George Carey's. Mrs. Dr. Phillips returning home with them. Miss Bessie Caulkins of New York and Mrs. Wagner of Waterbury have been visiting at Robert Dakin's. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kochausld and Miss Euleta left for their new home in New Britain Sunday. The Idler the Busier. ' Curiosity, which is called Idle, Ls trB pa the job. Albznj Journal. A Sparkling Cut Glass dish adds much to the daintiness and attractiveness of the dining table, the buffet or china closet. We are' showing some beautiful pieces at the following prices: Cream and Sugar Sets $2.50 to $9.00 Celery Trays $3.50 to $6.00 Berry and Salad bowls. : $6.00 to $11.00 Fern Dishes ; $5.25 to $9.00 Water Sets $11.00 to $27.00 Bon-bon dishes $2.25 to $5.00 G. F. CHITTENDEN THE HALLMARK JEWELER GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. Have you ever walked threugh a cemetery and noted the number of sunken graves? Have you ever reflected that if instead of wQoden boxes, NORWALK WATER PROOF CEMENT VAULTS had been used these graves would not be in a sunken condition? These vaults can be furnished by any undertaker. We invite your inspection. Norwalk Vaults are made and distributed in this territory by HENRY A. STEVENS, Funeral Director GREAT BARRINGTON, MASS. Tel 19-R TOEZOl O iodoi tomoi 0E30J ono ONE WILL FIND A COMPLETE LINE OF S CUT FLOWERS, PLANTS, etc. o D O AT D o D O THE ROSERY FLOWER SHOP Store 508 Main St. Phone 597-4 Greenhouses, Mooreville Phone 59J-2 oxaoi (onoi Eoxaoi lonoi EOBOf CORNWALL HOLLOW Miss Clara Morris visited Mrs. L. S. Chipmari the first of the week, driving from Goshen. Aaron Jeffee was through this place recently on business. The Yale brothers are digging out their potatoes, some of the farmers potatoes are struck with the bliglrt already. ! Miss Anna Chipman of Lakeville j returned Saturday after ' spending 'j her vacation with her parents in this place. There was a heavy electrical storm passed through here Monday morn ing early, with a heavy rain. Wm. Bailey has a fine crop of sweet turnips. Mr. Jacox held a dance in the Goshen 'town , hall recently. Best Method of Reform. The way to reform men Is not by taking away their pleasures and their happiness, but by dealing with them In a spirit of Christian charity and honor able justice and giving them more hap piness. St Pierre. Same Old World. Many of us are apt to consider our doll-sized quarters for full-grown peo ple as among purely modern Incon veniences; yet nearly a century ago Lord Harvey described Burllnjjton house at dies wick as "Too small to live in and too large to hang on one's watch chalu Boston Transcript. Tortoise 8hell. The best of tortoise shell will get dull In time, but a good jeweler always knows how to bring back the pristine luster. Combs, barettes and pins that have become clouded and dingy real tortoise shell, of course win come back from a jeweler who understands his business looking tqs good as new. To brighten the Imitation shell hair fix ings wash thpni first with a little tepid water and then polish with a bit of chamois dipped lu olive olL The Kookaburra. ' Australia has no nightingale, but B has a bird quite exceptional In Its song the kookaburra or the "laugh tag jackass.- Its laugh ls so human It startles the newcomer, for whet one bird starts to laugh, the othen follow., Then there ls a merry tlm which makes men join heartily In thl song, tf song It be. ......... Progress. Throughout the whole web of ns tlonal existence ve ti-act the rolde thread of human progress toward t higher and better estate. James A. Garfield. Simple Patience. It ls not necessary for all men ts be great In action. The greatest a&4 subUmest power Is often simple tlence. Horace Buahnell m0 A T that because your UKJLH 1 stomach can digest food you are proof against indigestion. The most important digestive work is done by the. bowels, liver and kidneys. Unless thes are active and work in harmony, you are in danger of self-poisoning. BEECIKlAIRffl'S Sold by drug, gists through oat the world. In box, 10c25. PAUL help the bowels to functionate properly, and influence the liver ana kianeyd to act very efficiently. t 1 X V i 1 1 , i