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THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER," - SATURDAY, 'OCTOBER 29, 1921.
5 Maple Grove Candies Have you tried them ? They are different and deli cious. Send a box to some friend who enjoys the real Maple Flavor. A new ship ment just received. 50 Years Ago Happenings of October, 1871, Taken from the Files of The Phoenix. at W. II.; Minor has sold his house Reed street to John Iilack for $2,173. on Clapp & Jones Co. Nice Farm, Three Miles from Brattleboro Thirty-five acres, keeps 8 covs and team. Two story, nine room house, hot and cold water, bath. . Cottage house of three rooms and unfinished second Story. Never failing spring water at house and barn. Fine tobacco land. Here' a chance to own a nice, little productive place and enjoy modern con veniences. Call 743-W evenings fcr appointment. W. J. BIGELO 7 John T. Robinson has sold his house, on Estev street to George Fuller. Price, $5,000. Henry Glover has sold his house on Oak street to John R. Pitkin of "Wood Haven, L. I. Price, $10,000. John Hunt has bought the house of A.'. P.. Simonds on Walnut street for J?4,iUU and will occupy it with his family. A" new reservoir for the use of the fire department has been built on Western avenue, near the residence of C. II. Ste vens. The Good Samaritan temperance so cietv was addressed Sunday evening by W. II. Chandler of Wisconsin and Ashley Stone cf Wilmington. There was a full house. Terrin Simonds, whose death occurred Tuesday, the 21th, had been in the boot and shoe business here (until within a few months) since lSM-'i. in which year he and his brother Abram came from Swanzev, X. II.. and established them selves in Fisk block since occupied by him. Mass.. after spending the week-end the Iiraley farm on west hill, j B. F. Howard is in Boston this week J with a carload of eattle and sheep. He ! was accompanied by his nephew; i Jr E. Wright of Hatfield, Mass., and his son, Tracy Howard. The first of the four programs for the indoor Chautauqua festival was given by the .Boston Instrumental Trio and' Miss Beryl Decker, reader, which was enjoyed by all who attended. On Saturday evening, Oct. 29,. William Forkell will give his famous lecture, The Rediscovery of America. It is said he is an eloquent, inspiring and forceful orator. The services at the Community church. Rev. C. II. Moorhouse, pastor, are open to all. There will be preaching Sunday morning at 10.4-V Subject. What Christ Taught About .Suffering; Sunday .school at 12 o'clock; Christian Endeavor at 7.30 p. in. Church night Thursday eve ning, with a short sermon by the pa.;tor on the subject. The Still Small Voice, I Kings 19:11-12. The Women's Bible class of the Com munity church met with Miss Anna Blood Friday afternoon for their annual meet ing. 20 being present. The following officers were elected : Pres., Miss Anna Blood: tice pres., Mrs. Alta Phillips ; ' orange u. Mrs. J. J. Knight; treas., Miss, 1,1111 BRATTLEBORO LOCAL The annual harvest lay at the Home for the Aged will be observed Monday, Oct. 31. WEST BRATTLEBORO Endeavorers Have Sociables. About 12." were present last evening" when the Christian Endeavor society and Rev EOS. Osgood will conduct the, Fmlathea class ot the Ziaptist cnurcn chapel service 'at the Retreat Sunday; entertained the members of the church' afternoon at 3 o'clock. and congregation at a Halloween social. Tickets for Miss Bob .White, which Vie affair takin5 Place in th vestry. The is to be presented in the Auditorium f decorations, winch were of range and n't,in n,l Fridav eveninzs. Nor. 3' black crepe paper, witches and black cat, ,i-4 -xvill ?o on exchange at the box of-i were ln keeping with the Halloween sea tice at 9 Nov. 2. It is expected o'clock eunesday morning, that from 60 to 73 son. Several of those present were in i costume, some of which were decidedly ; unique. Fortune telling booths were pat-?' it. as expecreu i u-i, iwm w . ronized various .stunts and games vrere' 5!?J&ALa and refreshments of doughnuts,! ernoon to North Adams, Mass., to confer the first degree this evening. They will return tomorrow. Robert W." Burnhani is noble grand of Wantastiquet lodge and Harold Smith is' degree master for the first degree. The Turils and faculty of the Brattle- 'boro Business Institute had a Halloween party last evening in the Knights of Columbus hall, which was greatly cn ioved bv all. Halloween decorations of , orange anu uiucn. iaivi mm jam- jl here were s were arranged etlectiveiy various pumpkin-pie and coffee were served by. the witches and ghosts, the witches serv ing the drughnuts on the end of broom-,: sticks. All joined in singing old-time ! songs, alter which iter, u. alter uisnop ; J offered prayer. The evening's entertain- 5 ment closed with the singing of llie Star Spangled Banner. ' . - The Christian Endeavor society of the First Congregational church held a Hal- loween social last evening in tne vestry, which was attended by a large number. Halloween decorations of kinds, ghosts and witches were i sec, 'Olive Blood; teacher, Mrs. I O. Cobb ; -ailu,m V - ""'';,; ,,, .nVXrtiTininWt 1 PV1UPnc.p. ana uie evening was one ot social committee, Mrs. 1). II. Smith. Miss ! appeared in costume. An entertainment ,mich enjoyment and merriment Re- niive Blood. Miss Sylvia Perry, Mrs. L. j consisting of gam cs an d Iall .vveen stunts freshments of popcorn, doughnuts and cof- j P. Fuller, Miss Edith Adams lookout was g,Ven 5, Lhr Finnll,,,- r fee Were ved. Halloween games and com., Miss Edith Adams, Mrs. G. T.! dancing ntU n dn . '"S"3 r: stunts were oa the program. Uplin. Mrs. Patch. Mrs. Goodrich: visit-:rfl,-,8a, f?rnh"L.c- 1 UUth aS ... . . . . - . . . - . cnri'pf 1 1 1 r 1 1 1 sr ill fv 4'niuii. I i . . I ; ......... t i i . i x i 11 f ;pkik v.... ...p, .... .1119a i ail lie l. iiauifi, matron L lint g com.. .Airs. lempl Iiraley, Mrs. Cole, Mrs. 1. II. Smith. Mrs. Dickinson, Mrs. Aplin. Miss Ida Whit ney. There was a brief program, re freshments were served and a social time was enjoyed by all. EAST PUTNEY Community Workers Appreciated. The community workers of Brattleboro, K. Brown., Dan Nolan, and Miss The body of Thomas J. Ileaphy arrived here last night from New York on the 10.15 train and was taken to the home of his sisters, Miss Anna Ileaphy and Miss Regina Ileaphy, on Cedar street. The lntdy was accompanied to Brattleboro by Mrs. Ileaphy, Dr. Lawrence Ileaphy, William Ileaphy of Bristol, Va. Tenn., and Miss Regina Ileaphy. The funeral will be held Monday morning at 9 o'clock in St. Michael's Roman Catholic church. Rand will officiate. J lie ce in the family lot in St. Michael s cemetery. The men of the Episcopal church wil! George A. Hines has just received a patent for a burglar-proof combination and appears to be worthy of general;' 'ol "Vy "' IS ?u" r''Rev. James P. Kanr adoption. He has also lately got out an; , "' JXTZ V il burial will take pla improved car ventilator whicli has De on 'and entertainment, devoting the patented and is ,n use on the Boston nfire (, t(j (.olmnunit work.i' The Providence railroad. ..um.i x j i.t.i - A box of clothTnvas forwarded trt of hMss"vTniis inanvilay' groimd aiues temple0 Thursday! Nov. O. There will Governor Fairchihl of Wisconsin by the Ip',, " a?tZ n"ifmffy R " ' BanitSialso be a sale of aprons, candy and home ladies of the Baptist society foruse of ; re I u , ' f t Z?!L ' iu!! a a , . u a i,!made food at this time. 204-20G-20S children at Pierces hall ami listened to a short talk and excellent stories by Afr lirfnvn firx nlrii11A n nrinw Arwl The ladies of the I. niversahst society ..,..,.,;,.. i,i w'm". vi in tins village are making ready two large MisjJ Winans 3n indoor games in It nVi A1 o nil -mi r rr nnd sufferers in the West. Those wishing to j qh innf.h nn,i i,;v show. (1rp n large 'crowd of growniips and children in the evening. An address on commun ity work by Mr. Brown, community sing ing, ukulele playing by Mr. Nolan and games by .Miss Winans gave r.ast l'ut the sufferers in the recent fires in that' state and more will be sent in a few days. the I'niversahst society boxes of clothine and bedding for the contribute tr. the box for ( lneaao can leave the articles with Mrs. A. A. Stearns on Clark street. Those wishing to aid in the Wisconsin and Michigan sufferers can leave all packages at the store of II. E. Taylor. TOWNSHEND Prof. D. G. Smythe of Hartford, Conn., spent the week-end at his home here. Mrs. Nellie Miles returned Friday from several weeks' visit at the homes of her I sisters in Hartford, Conn. Running water was piped recently to ! Mrs. Nellie Male's house from a spring owned by Haynes Saunders. ! Mr-j l'miii Marrvntt and danchter. The pitcher race for Young America three-year-old cr.lt s came off Wednesday afternoon according to announcement.! Only two contestants appeared : A gray colt owned by Charles Cone of Williams ville and the sorrel crIt. "Dagger," owned, bv A. . Cummiugs of Montpelier. Thei latter won the rae Time. 3.10. 3.2 ney people an evening long to be remem-i Miss Dorothy, of Brooklyn, N. x., are bered. C. A. Poland, Bert Bailey, O. E. expected this week as guests at the home Corser and Dr. E. H. Buebee were euestslof Mrs. Clark Ahlnch was Springfield, of the club. George Hall's "Abdullah." and Mr. and Mrs. II. N. Clarke of Spring field. Mass., were week-end guests at the home of Robert Eoomis. Mrs. Sylvia Phelps. NO years of age. in two straight heats. I was a two-day visitor w ith her grand A match between .son. Ilenrv Phelps, and wife. boro." was won made. 2."0n. four-year-old stallion, j Mr. and Mrs. Henry Frost, Herbert 11. Bradley's "Brattle-: Wyman, Howard Eoomis and Robert by the former. Best time ' Eoomis attended the purebred Holstein-' South An auction of Mr. Iackey's .household goods, etc., was held at M. D. Adams's place Thursday of this week. Mr. Adams was taken to the Memorial hospital about six weeks ago and has not yet recovered sufficiently to return home. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Taft and daugh ter. Miss Dorothy Brjstol, left Tuesday on a two-day's autonfobile ' trip through Renninzton county, visiting friends at HINSDALE: Allen J. Wilder, formerly j of Vermont, but fyr some time a resident of this town, on Saturday afternoon last, borrowed of a neighbor a rope, on the pretext of catching his horse, but on lenvimr. said he nranosed to har.ff himself , with it and proceeded home through a regiUar Friesan cattle sale Tuesday in Brattle- boio. Miss Mary Cox of St. Charles Minne sota, is a visitor of Mrs. J. F. Royce at. the Pratt farm. Miss Cox is a niece of Mrs. Royce and is en route for Palm Beach, Fla., for a year's stay. The community club will turn their Saturday evening meeting into There will b: Shaftsbury. Mrs. F. T. Randall at their home during their ab- stayed sence. An all-round figure dance was held at the town hall Tuesday evening under the management of Maynard Taft and Harry Carlton. Snow's five-piece orches tra furnished music." Refreshments of doughnuts and cocoa, were on sale by the Buy semnary ,kenur cla , ..,,.., r ...... i j m . . . . 11.11..... .. ..A ... I ........ ....II . . . ' r 1 - I . . .11. , ... .. If,... .AAA!, r I CflPOATIIUI plt'Ce Ot WOOuS Where he executed MS iiaimniTii iuii.. iinic i i j .lie .nunnan iws i t-niij "i." purpose as he had announced. The next short program by the children, commun- by subscription from friends of the Bap morning his body was found suspended ity songs by the club and men, followed tist church was displayed on an easel on from a limb of a tree. H leaves wives 1 games and dancing. A lunch con- the platform Sunday morning. It re and children to claim his property. Do- sisting of frankfurters, rolls and coffee quires a standard, and Raymond Phil iretie difficulties were the cause", of his ; h- served and will be in charge of iips is to have charge of a subscription Carroll l.oomis. ' for buvine one. . , To show their interest in the work of; Iteirintiinir Nov. l' the local Dost office will be closed Sundays, breaking the cus tom of years. probably since the nrsi Melrose hospital, Mass., yesterday. Mrs. M. Ilodgon of Cabot was admit ted Thursday evening to the hospital to receive medical treatment. The committee in charge of the com munity parade this evening wishes every body who possibly can to join in the' parade without further solicitation. Mrs. Ernest Halladay of 3 Pleasant ! street was jerated upon Thursday aft-1 ernoon in the Melrose hospial for an acute attack of appendicitis. Her con dition is favorable. Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Robbins, Miss Elizabeth Shaffner and Miss Mabel P.ailey left today' by automobile for Bos ton, where they will visit Miss Char lotte Bobbins. Theywill return Sunday evening. Arthur W. Sweeton and son, Arthur, of Oollinsville, Conn., came today to visit over Sunday at John L. Barney's Mrs. Sweeton, who has been spending a week there, will accompany him home Monday. The West Brattleboro churches will co operate tomorrow afternoon in the every member canvass for church attendance. Twenty teams of two visitors, one from each church, have been chosen and will' visit every home in the. community Sun-! I day afternoon. Following the canvass the visitors will report in the Congregational j vestry, and in the evening a union meet-1 ing will be held at the Baptist church at 7.30. There will be good music and addresses by poth pastors. Everybody is welcome. j An auction of personal property, stock I and farming tools was held yesterday on the Spencer farm in West Brattleboro. The auction was held by Nemcomb II. . Spencer to settle the estate of his wife, the late Mary A. Spencer. A. G. Gallup was the auctioneer, and the sale was largely attended. Everything sold well and Mr. Spencer was especially grateful to his friends and neighbors for their hearty co-operation in making the final sale a success. Mr. Spencer plans to go from here to Burlington to live with his sister. ' ,; ' '' ' ' i Take Notice Your Chance 3 High-Grade ' Picinos . . . . , , Chickering Norris & Hyde Prices Right Knabe rash act. broth. Too many cooks spoiled the Wa P aner Elliot IlaHiday of Marlboro has in his possession a cane which belonged to his great-grandfather, who in his old ace came frr.m Simsbury, Conn., to live with his son who was on of the early settlers ot .wanrtoro. i ne length or tne cane ln-ij dicates that tall men lived in those days. Mr. Halliday's children constitute the fifth generation who have lived n that fa rm. Pierce and Mr. and Mrs A. P. Smith FI LL, TIME FOR 41 MILLS. MeKeesport Tinplate Co. Continuance Till Assured of 1922. Its motored from their Maine, Saturday to club meeting Saturday evening, return ing to Portland Sunday. The club appreciated the kindly interest which 1 them to make the long trip and en joyed their short' stay. home in Portla.id. ' establishment of the office, of opening auenu mc regular, fur a ,,jlort time directly after the morn ing church service to,. give out-of-the-yii-lage residents the convenience of obtain ing their mail. Albert 11. Mills of I'awtuctei, No iv VERNON:- There was a pleasant gathering of about -10 children and de scendants of Mrs. Alice Lamb September l!ti. the occasion being her 70th birthday. Mrs. Lamb has had a family of 13 dren. 10 of whom are now living. Eight of the children were present at this gathering. WEST TOWNSHEND. George Hepper of New York city Is a guest at II. E. Past's. , ! Mrs. Arthur Moulthrop of Brimfield, Mass.. is caring for Mrs. William F. Bissell. I Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Severance and twoj Rev, 11. I., will come as or candidate to the Baptist church Sunday, Oct. .".0. He will have charge of the morning service on that day and again on Nov. (5, remaining in town through the intervening week. Rev. C. W. Bishop closed his pastorate anil delivered his farewell address in this church last' Sunday. mi. - r .......,...,: jw,.;,.n cnii- ,i..ri.ti.i.o ..f !... tti.. i, ...... ..;J;t,i of i i... t'M iifi. ui . i "i uiniin i" i - n.HH i. IVIMKIT!! IIO IlJtVt" II frindl f,-IV.T IX Archie II. Wheeler's Sunday. 'Brattleboro and have visited neighboring Mr. and Mrs. II. 10. I'ost and son,' towns will be in Townshrnd Tuesday eve-! Herbert, returned Saturday from a few PITTSBURGH. Pa., Oct. 20. Offi-' cials of the MeKeesport Tinplate com-, pany announced last night that forty-four ! mills of the plant would be operated full time beginning next Sunday and that ; there was assurance of continuous opera-; tion until Jan. 1. 1!22. For the last few months the plant has lecn operated only ini part, but with 1 resumption n full approximately .5,000 men will be employed. Officials said that there was a sufficient number of skilled and unskilled labor on hand to resume immediately. V -tr . inn Jltm JUxtle 1 A?P? in d . ler one of two B splendid duets hy7. Olive Kline Elsie Baker song of chilchcod with a quaint march interlude that might stir the heart of any tin soldier. On the reverse, side a pickaninny song "There's a Corner .Up in Heaven Victor Blue Label Record. 45251 41 FU Take You Home Again,' Kathleen" and When the Corn is Waving, Annie Dear" are two beautiful and popular numbers Sung by Henry Burr and Peerless Quartet Victor Double-faced Record. 1378 1 "Two more popular songs sentimental as love songs should be 4 'You Made Me Forget How to Cry" Sung by Henry Burr , ; "Emaline" i ; Sung by Vernon Dalhart A ' Victor Double-faced Recora. 18782 .. --- --, , , New Models in Victrolas Edison Diamond Disc BARBER'S MUSIC STORE Home of Standard Musical Merchandise BRATTLEBORO, VT. TliTNEY Don't Wait Until Spring You will find that we have a large stock of dainty, practical and rich designs on -hand which we can offer at extremely attractive prices. In Spring it may be different. Take ad vantage of the present opportunity and BUY NOW. Come in and look these over. days' stay in Springfield, Mass. Kev. It. II. Uoswortli of Townsliend is expected to supply the pulpit next Sun day at !!."() p. in.; Sunday school at l..''.U p. in. Funeral of A. Ii. Howard. ' The funeral of A. L. Howard was h'd at the home Saturday afternoon at -o clork, Utv. V. H. Moorhouse officiating. K. H. Miller sang two selections. ,The burial took place in Mount Pleasant eemetery. His four sons, Itenjamin, Frank. Frederick and I)alton. and two sons-in-law, Merritt Howard and Iceland 'and Miss Flossie )tor of P.rattleboro Wright, were the hearers. ! called at C." O. Kimball's the first of the Anions those from out of town who at-(week. tejidcd tlie funeral were Mrs. George Al 'en and faniilv of Nortiiampton, Mr. and Mrs. Ii. II. Wright aid family of Hat field, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Tripp and children. Waldo Howard, John L. .Howard. Mrs. Itebeeca Skinner, John Skinner, Mrs. " Iiert It. Sargent, Mrs. Jen nie I'erry and Mis ''-rriieo Ferry of Uraf llehrr : Mrs. II. rl. Morgan. Mrs. Sarah Herbert and daughters of Wind sor; Mri. It'ilph Cloueh of Fall River. Mass., Mr. and Mrs. Koyal Marsh and Iloyt Marsh of Ilrookline, Waldo How ard of New York city, Howard Allen of Ilolvoke, Mass.. Mrs. Helen Leach. Mr. and Mrs. Kolert Graf and son and Mrs. Casper T.eieh of I'awlet, Mrs. Charles Ames of Manchester, Mr. and Mrs. Fred ning, Nov. .1. to give an entertainment and community party in the town hall." Fveryoue is urged to be present and join in the chorus singing, games and a gen eral good time. The whole evening is 'entirely free, the only object of the visit- Fierce and Mrs. Laura Weatherhead of New fane. ' Brattleboro China Store Window Shades Cameras and Supplies A harvest supper will be served at the church Tuesday evening, Nov. 1, from G to S o'clock. j Mrs. 15. M. Reed is in Springfield. , Mass., having several operations on her j throat and nose. ! Waldo Howard, who was called home , by the death of his grandfather. A. L. Howard, returned to New York city Sun day: - ! Mr. and Mrs. Fay Jacobs cf Guilford were guests Sunday of Mrs. Jacobs's aunt and cousin, Mrs. G. F. Farnum and Miss Adin Farnum. i Miss Elizabeth Iiraley returned Sun day to her school duties in Northfield, Chrysanthemums All colors and sizes, sold by tl dozen, hundred or thousand. Why not have them fresh from the vines, that is the way we sell them. Have some, and beautify your home. C.N. BOND, Florist Tel. 7.12U. Mrs. T.ettie (arr and a party of seven ors beinsr to rouse a srenuine live commun from Worcester. Mast.. visited her itv spirit in the neighborhood, which is mother, Sarah Carr, at K. W. Holden's t.he work for which they are trained, i unlay. I ' Mr. and Mrs. J. Karl Mann and Lis Iceland and Grav Seminary Notes. '. parenrs. .nr. ami -Mrs. j-ranK it. .Mann, f-inrn r.r..enwood is snocial re porter at the seminary this week. Monday evening the chorus met to re hearse some songs. Mrs. liassett is the instructor. Miss Plumb gave an account of one of the meetings at the Ludlow Library con ference at assembly Monday morning. The second informal1 school dance was held after school Wednesday. We are glad to see so many learning " to trip the light fantastic toe." The II. H. S. supper, given Oct. IS, was hailed and patronized by some of .the older boys, as they knew they would be sure of getting enough to eat for once. Principal Wright and Miss Plumb at tended the librarians' convention at Lud low Oct. 20. School sessions continued as usual with Miss Deans and Miss Simpson in charge of the classes. Mr. Wright has appointed three com mittees to supervise the entertainments for Armistice day. Thanksgiving day and Christmas. These committees have en tire charge of the programs. During assembly Oct. 19 Miss Simpson gave an account of her experiences at the teachers' convention at Rutland. This was given in a most pleasing manner with music as the principal topic. Miss Carter of the state library com mission gave a short explanation of a new cataloguing system at the' close of the afternoon session Oct. IS. She acquainted the students with this new method, which is now used in our public library, so that no difficulty could arise when they wished to obtain reference books. 1 ' " . Thursday morning the students were glad to stop work and listen for a few minutes to an interesting program. Mr. Iirown and Mr. Nolan, workers of Com munity Service organization, furnished the entertainment. The most interesting features were the Punch and Judy show and several clever piano selections. Mr. Nolan led the school in singing songs which we all know. On Monday 2!) of the older girls met with Mrs. IX G. Smythe at the school building at 4 o'clock. Plans were made for the reorganization of the Camp Fire Circle. Another club for the girls who are not Camp Fire members is in prog- . . . ... , a irw, ium ip Maitm mr intra ui. tw- 5i P i ? tlu9"aJli? . getting together for recreation during the Trace and see, Ins name is .Mack. Lf.hooi vMr The first meetimr wn- hoi.i Draw from. one. to two and so ore to in the Assembly hall at 7 o'clock Wedces the end. ,day evening. a' 0 DUNHAM BROTHERS COMPANY I 44 A 43 7 5o 45 44 53 iZ- - 34. a 429 55 . 4 ' 5 - , - .58 . 12- , 3b 37 66 - ST .5 13' : i -.14 34 60. 58 . Jb''5 32 17 V & i L Tl A: em Women's Evening for Ha lloween Festivities Including .styles in black suede, patent leather and kid. Louis and Junior Louis heels, made in plain and strap effects. Prices from $3.47 up. The Family Shoe Store DUNHAM BROTHERS COIPAM