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s JACKSONVILLE. Several from this place attended the planting and pruning of trees demonstra tion in .Marlboro Saturday. Adna Chase and family of Greenfield, Mass., were quests of G. 1 Dix and .Mrs. Sarah Hicks Sunday. Miss Mattie Corse of Marlboro is a gnest of Miss Mattie Corkins and is call lux on relatives and friends. Mrs. Rena Cutting and Mrs. Bertha Faulkner and daughter were in She! mime I alls one day last week. Mr. and Mrs., Harvey Baxter of F.rattleboro were in town- Sunday and cailea on oiu neighbors and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Vera Ilartwell of Green field, Mass., visited her uncle and aunt, ir. and Mrs. earner Ktowe, Sunday Elizabeth Darv and friend of Green fit-Id, Mass., were guests of her parents, -Mr. and Mrs. A. 1J. Vary, over last Sun day. Arthur Erigham and friend of nol- yoke, Mass.. were in town Saturday and railed on , his old neighbor. Warner .Stowe. Arthur Wheeler. Mr. and Mrs. Tnv lor and Mrs. Ordway motored to Bellows Fails , Sunday. Mrs. Wheeler returned home with him. C. A. Faulkner and family motored to Brattleboro, Bellows Falls and other Vermont towns Sunday. Mrs. Faulkner returned home with them. .airs, jjivira Jaston entertained a few friends and relatives on her birth day Tuesday. She received many post cards, also a birthday cake from Mrs Alice Faulkner. O. It. Butterfield of Athol, Mass., vis ited nis Fister, JUrs. Alice Faulkner, and other relatives m town over Sundav. Mr. Butterfield will reserve the home place of his late father, Hon. A. A. But- tcrficM. Mrs. Stella Wheeler and sister, Mrs. Alice Faulkner, attends! the alumni meeting of Vermont academy at Bellows Falls May 12. Mrs. Faulkner grad uated in 1801 and Mrs. Wheeler in 1003. They also called on Mrs. Clara Coleman in Brattleboro. The body of H. ,T. Corkins, who died in the Brattleboro Ketreat was brought here Wednesday. The funeral was held in the Universalist church at 2 o'clock and the burial took place in the family lot in the village cemetery beside his wife, who died a short time ago. GUILFORD. Miss Marion Bartlett, a teacher in the Greenfiejfl schools, spent the week-end at F. A. Johnson's. Mrs. W. W. Blaisdell returned Sat urday from New Jersey, where she pent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pratt and little son of Ilealdvilie were at L. B. French's Sunday, making the trip both ways by motorcycle. The members of Broad Brook Grange will conduct a card party and social at the home of Christopher Sorenson on the evening of Saturdav. Mav 20. Everyone is invited. Mrs. A. E. B. Ward of Westport, Mass., a former pastor's wife, spent Sunday at G. P. Miller's, and was gladly greeted by many old friends at the Con gregational service on Sunday afternoon. Bev. A. V. Woodworth will be in at tendance flt tllA Kt.lto fhricHon Pr,,loo. convention next Sunday and the Con gregational pulpit will be supplied, by F. II. Brown, director of Community Service in Brattleboro, who will speak of his work. Subject, Buried Treasure. There will be a story for the boys and girl.-;. Asjthis itbe first opportunity this village has ld to hear Mr. Brown it is hoped a large number will be pres ent. The Christian Endeavor topic for the next meeting is. What Christian Endeavor Does for Me. Faith Fair banks will be the leader. GUILFORD CENTER. Amos Prouty is ill this week. Mrs. Robert Kent of Orange visited at Mrs. A. E. Yeaw's and called on old friends last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Jacobs and Miss Ada Jacobs spent Sundav at Green Mountain House at Wardsboro. Mrs. Minnie Clark and Miss Leola Clark and Charles Clark visited her daughter, Mrs. Lcland Rounds, in Ash bury, Mass., last Sunday. There will be a card party at C. Sor enson's Saturday night. The women are requested to bring cake. A small fee will be asked to go toward the victrola fund. Everybody is invited. SOUTH 'VERNON. W. D. Johnson and R. W. Russell are painting their bouses. Miss Marion Irish of Northfield is vis ning Mrs. w. C. Tyler. Harold Pebble of Wilmington, Vt., nas neen visiting waiter Cushman. Mrs. W. L. White is entertaining Mrs. u. cutler and daughter of Green- Harry Gray of Boston was a guest ui nis lamny ior the week-end on his way to rsew lorfe. Mrs. Edgar Martin and daughter of uirennwu are visiting iier parents. Mr. Mrs. Raymond Sherman and little daughter of Pittsburgh, Pa., are staying i ksuuin ernon nome, The Loyal Workers held a pickle so- viai m jounson nan Tuesday evening, imeiehung evening was enjoyed. Re iresnmenis were served. Alfred II. Evans will preach in the advent Christian flmrnV. mg at 10.4, o clock; Sunday school at J 11UU" . juuior xjoyai workers meeting at 4 o'clock ; Loyal Workers' meeting at 7 The recent enesta rf ATr . Stone were Mrs. Fred Johnson of Ashfield, Mrs. Ruth McCann of Fair xiaven, v t., and Mr. and Mrs. Nye John son of Ashfield, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Shine of Concord. N. II. Sunday evening a concert was given in ouservance oi Mothers day. Several piano selections by Mrs. E. W.JDunklee were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Amsden on cornets and E. W. uunKiee on the saxophone. A cornet solo was given by Harold Smart, a saxo phone solo by E. W. Dunklee. A quar- xec comprised ot V. w. Dunklee, Harold omarc, iiarry Amsden and A. A. Dunk lee Sana1. Solns. rwiaHnna T(1 i-oo.I ings furnished a part of the program. A xuartu i me nations represented by cunuren aresseu in costumes deserves es- 7ieciai mention neir? vprv rtr-ottv n credit to the children and to Mrs. E.' W. jjunsiee who drilled them. SOUTH WARDSBORO. The body of Herbert E. Kidder of! Wilmington, tormeriy of this place, was orougiu nere ior Dunat Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sage of Townshend came to the home of their parents, Sir. and Mrs. J. B. Sage, Sunday. J. B. Sage went to the Memorial hos-1 pitat at lirattleboro Wednesday for treatment. He was . accompanied by jiirs. isage. Between the ages of five and six years is tne usual time tor the betrothal of a girl in Afghanistan. THE BRATTLEBORO DAILY REFORMER; FRIDAY; MAY 19; 1922. I i yn ii mm ai imiiiiMiiiBi imlm, mi Tmniif twiTirr TMBMacinMaMcaWiMii 1 Tnmiufm --... rnmir'imm''t im 3 . . . . 9 hu urn i - -. . i mi . . MM 1 1 . Bi, i i ti.-rivdtei i;ua:3':4 iz-szyrt t. -iri tf'--x t-i x:' - i i-ii I - I - - Vru y- VU . &m Slzm J. J I Ml - mi ' fum kxsj-m lj mtm mm m i - . . krr&&i -fv'j f:.7A bx-$ i ri s mi ml : - sm& fc m wn .m, IH 1 ; " " 1 III n 1 - 1 n - m I "I-A Jm' El EPfSKS ESSk- 'w mm rrs - AMI 1 t -.3 iu;.v.vi a:k . r; . . ixj w$ 4.- B I w : i7 liiOti lit k -i N SFi 1 . ' Hill I :. 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