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Jfu; mjKMivUTUA 1'KEJ5 I'HHSS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1909.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT. (Continued from Slid '") up the furniture nml dishes nml creating R disturbance In pcneml. Ho wns brought before Judge Conlln In munici pal court nml lined nml costs which lio paid. About six o'clock ho wns again taken Into custody by Odlcer Wnrclwell, the charge being of the snme nature. Wludorl upon arriving nt his houso stnrt ed Into wreak vengeance on whnt fur niture remnlned over from his first nt tnck. The marriage of Joseph Myers nnd Miss I.ticlcr look place, nt St. Francis Naxlor Clmrcli Tuesday morning, the Hew J. F. Auclct officiating. Mr. Myers Is the f-on cf Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Myers of Hlckok street. Tho bride Is the dntightor of Mr. nnd Mts. Augusta Lu tier. Thev have gone to Colchester to paps their honeymoon. They will return here nnd live on West street. The groom Is employed by the American Woolen company. Floyd D. Hunt of Bnrrc passed Sun day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hunt of Kant Allen street. Mr. Hunt will soon Icavo Harm nnd go to Wntorhury where he will be local mali nger for the Consolidated Electric Light company. William Vassour, nged 11 years, was nearly drowned while swimming In the river below tho woolen mill dam Tues day nfternonn. Ho wna rescued by William Ilruyor nnd Peter Chastenny, young men of this village, who plunged In and grasping the lad by either arm brought him ashore. Vasseur lives on the lower road to Burlington. WEBTFORD. Sidney C. Bates died nt his home Fri day nfter n three weeks' illness. He was born In Fairfax January 21, 1810, and was thereforo In his 70th year. He l'l survived, by a wife nnd two r.ons, Hoy T. Hates of Hudson, N. Y., nnd Harry S. Hates of this town nnd by a sister, Mrs. Irving I.. Thompson of Jericho. Mr. Hates wns a painter by trade. The fu neral was held at his late home Mon day nt 1:30 p. m. Mrs. r,. A. nice has tieon visiting her sister, Mrs. D. A. Stone, in Plattsburgh Mrs. Hoy Tllley of Swanton Is spend ing a few days with her sister, Mrs. Hay Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. Hay T. Hates returned to Hudson. N. Y.. Wed nesday The Ladles' Social Circle will give an entertainment in tlie town hall Friday evening, July 2. Misses Flor ence Smith, Owella Huselwm nnd Ituth Stewart nre 111 with the measles. The rtinerai of Sidney C. Hates was held at bis late home Monday afternoon at 1:30. The Hew Mr. Kidder officiated assisted bv tin- How Mr. Chambets. The Knights of I'ythlns attended In a bodw Mr. Hates having been a member of that order. The bearers were T. W. Grow, C S. Paige. 1'. T. IrMi nnd C. F. Maeomber. fellow lodge members with Mr Hate., nml John H. Hire and Will MeLnnc. The body was taken to Ksiex Center for burial. CHARLOTTE. Miss Hosa C5round of St. Hyaclnthe, r. Q.. Is visiting relatives in town. Mrs. Kmma Foole and son. Gllman, visited In Tort Henry last week. George Eagnn nnd Miss Mibol Scott were married last week. The Orioles of North Forrlsburgh played the Invlnrlblcs of this place Sat urday; score. 34 to 2 in favor of the. Invlnelbles. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Stone of Burlington were in town over Sunday. Mrs. Phoebe Owen nnd grandson of Mt. PMlo Inn visited In town over Sunday. Walter Iihouuty has recovered from a tevcro attack of the mumps. Mr. and Mrs. F.. H. Heers have returned Torn a rnrrlnge drive through Grand Isle to St. Albans. Children's day exercises were well attended nt the Church Sun dayThere will be a strawberry nnd Ice cream sociable at the vestry Friday evening by the Ladles' Aid society. Mrs M. H. Smith nnd daughter of North field nre visiting nt F. H. Horsford's. L. Itlchard Dean Is spending a few days nt 1 is home here before going to Dart mouth colleg- where he will graduate this week. Miss Carolyn Williams Is at home from teaching In BrocMon, Mass. At tho last meeting of tho Orange, sever, mem bers were given tho third and fourth degrees -John H. Tobey has bought a building lot of Gearge Foote north of IS. B. Bceih's. RICHMOND. Mrs. K. K. risk has returned from a week's stay in Handolph. Mrs. B. J. Andrews visited Mrs. S. A. Andrews Saturday - Children's Sunday was ob served at the Congregational Church Sunday. Mr. and Airs. I. K. Towno wcro In Buillngtnn over Sunday. C. L. Story of New York city was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. I'. It. Goodwin yesterday. A whist party was given In Foresters' hall Tuesday evening by tho C. Y. W. H. A.. Dr. and Mrs. II, H. Fceley have returned from a week's stay with the doctor's parents In Middlebury. - Mrs. J,"Onard Johnson will entertain tho Ladles' Aid circle of King's Daughters Friday afternoon X. L. King of Dallas, Texas, Is spending a two week's vacation with bis family nt the home of Peter Btrong. There was n large attendance at the baby show given in the vestry of tho Unlversallst Church yesterday after noon. Hefreshments were served and sev eral prizes n warded. Fallen Flsk Is visit ing Boston and Fall Htver, Mass. Mrs. Frank Piche nnd children have returned from a '.wo weeks' stay with her sister, Mrs. Sherman, in Burlington. There are several cases of measles In town, The Misses Nlla and Elocla Hall are spending n. part of their vacation in Jericho as the guests of their Hint, -J-s. Leon H-'.l. MILTON. Mr. nnd Mrs Hdward Isham of Hurllng ton spent Sunday In town. Miss Kllen Wagner has finished her school In Knos burgh nnd is at homo for the rummer vacation. J. I,. Gleason spent Sunday with his family In Bellows Falls. W. H. Davidson was badly injund Monday, While trying to lift down n cultivator from a scaffold, his foot slipped nnd he fell to tho lioor tho cultivator falling rn his nead and Injuring him badly. The remains of Mrs. Henry Brown were brought here from South Hero Saturday rid Interred In the village cemetery. Henry Brown of South Hero and Mrs. Jvllot. Clifford of Hlnghnm Mars., were the guesls of their sister. Miss Clara Brown, over Sunday. Percy Hnllnrd of Hurllngton was tho guest of Lyman I'owell over Sunday. Miss Releaf Ieven away has finished her school In Georgia and Is at home. Charles Lovely Is nt home from St. Michael's College. Miss Harriot Rogers is confined to the house by n hard cold. One of tho prettiest of June weddings look plnco Monday evening when Frank A. Benhnm of Boston, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Benhnm of this place, and Miss Daisy K. MoNnll, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs, II. C. MeNnll, were mnivled nt right o'clock nt Trinity Church by the Jtev. J. G. Cummins. The bride wore a beautiful gown of whlto sntln mossallne trimmed with real nre nd wnie a veil and carried a white prayer book. The ushers were Benhnm Walton of Montpe). Icr and Ivan Hnll of Haverhill. Mass, Tho choir boys led the way to tho altar and fcuns two selections. Tho church was beautifully decorated with maiden hair fern and daisies. Vho bride wna given nwny by her father. Among thoso who wero present from out of town wcro Mr. nnd Mrs. Hall nnd son, Otis, Miss Nina Ballard, Miss Johnson, MlM Susan Hinckley, Miss Mnrguerllo Bnrtlett nnd Percy Baldwin of Burlington, Miss Kib ble Allen nnd Miss Maud Hnll of South Hero, Judson and Miss Samh Heynnlds of Keene, X. If., Dr. nnd Mrs. J. C, Tag enrt of Burlington nnd Miss Bcsslo Dix on of F.ssox Jtinrtlon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Benhnm will pass two weeks In Vermont nfter which they will go to Worcester, where ho Is stationed at present. SHELBURNE. Tho death of Mrs. Edward Saxton from n general breaking down of the system due to old ngo occurred nt her home north of the vlllat-o enrly Monday morning. The funeral wns held nt the house Wednesday morning nt 10:30 o'clock. Mrs. Saxton wns born near Shelhurue harbor n bruit SO years ngo, her maiden mime being Sarah R. Tyler. Beside her husband, she Is survived Ly u sister, Mlis Kmma J. Tyler, who has lived with her, and by two brotbe. a, Wllllnm H. Tyler of Burlington nnd Vernon A. Tyler of New York. Tho fu neral of Peter Miller, who died Satur day from cinetr of tho stomach, was hold at his home Tuesday nfternonn. Mr. Miller was C years old Dr. and Mrs. F. it. StorMnrd returned Monday from nn alisenco of over two weeks, most of which wns passed In Philadelphia wheie ho visited the hospitals. Tho Sutton school, Mrs. Anna S. Allen of Panton teacher, has completed the wholo list of mture study work pre scribed by State Superintendent Mason S. Stone. The pupils have the written list on file, and know by sight the fol lowing: Twenty kinds of common birds; 2i) kinds of common Insects; 20 kinds of tree.'; IS shrubs; S vines; 20 wild flowers; 20 common weeds. 6 minerals, 10 rocks nnd the common soils. Tho leaven of tho different treeo, shrubs, vines, (lowers nnd grosses, have been pressed, mounted nnd hung on tho school room wnlls. Specimens of the minerals, and soils aro labeled nnd placed In the library cabinet for inspection. HUNTINGTON. Mr. and Mrs. Peers of Charlotte nnd Mr nnd Mrs. Wllllnm Cleveland of Ver gennes visited relatives over ; .nday. Miss Inza Hlng closed a successful term of school here Friday. Mrs. C. J Nor ton returned from Bristol Saturday. B. K Morrill Is III with the measles. Mrs. S. F.. Ki'tivon will entertnln the King's Daughters June SO. -The Mission ary society will meet with Mrs. Jennie. Barnes July l. UNDERHILL CENTE?.. Thr Catholic school children of Jericho under the direction of Miss May Adrien, .-.ro lehearslng a play which will be given next month. Francis C.ililll has sold his home farm to Thomas Bruce of Wnrren for a price said to bo $2,701. "Steve" Billings came In contact 1th n kicking horse of the regulation type, one day last week, and as a icult lias a badly battered head. Miss LaPort of Rutland has been visiting Miss Anna Thcrlen. Mrs. Charles Breon is at tho I Fanny Allen hospital for treatment. -Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnber. Hnzcn of North Hero camo last week for a visit with their daughter, Mrs. A. L. Fogg. Mrs. W. E. Powers and Grace Kllpeck of Richmond, visited In town last week. Mt. Mansfield was whlto with snow all Saturday fore noon. This Is something that the "oldest Inhabitant" will have to nerve himself to match for the 10th of June. The hay crop promises to be a very light one. The Eddy creamery paid J1.0S per hun dred for standard May milk. WEST MILTON. Several attended the graduating exer cises at Maple Lawn Academy In South Hero Frldav, Miss Charlotte Osgood of this place being one of the graduates. Mr. and Mrs. Cannon of Manchester, N. H., are visiting Mrs. Cannon's sister, Mrs. F. H. Bkike.-Mlss Geneva Patter son was nt home from St. Albans over Sunday. Miss Ethel nnd Maud London have returned to South Hero. West Milton Co-operath e Creamery pn'.d for month of May 07.31 cents for butter fat nnd Sl.OfCl for standard milk. WILLISTON. Marshall Miller arrived Friday from rrlnceton t'nlveislty for the summer. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L. Foster nnd family from Newport ore visiting J. H. Metcalf. John Farrar of Burlington Is stcuding two weeks with Harris Mctcilf Miss Carrie Morrill returned Saturday from Boston. Truman Clark leturncd from Poultney Tuesday, --Miss Buell from Hur llngton Is visiting Kiln Pine. Howard nnd Sarah Crane have been spending a few days with Morton nnd Willnrd Airai. Mrs. Lois Furguson celebrated l.er Tfith birthday Saturday at the home of Miss Jennie Burnett. Kdwnrd Burnett and famllv have moved into tho house owned by Clifford Goodrich. A rummage sale will be held Friday at the town hall. The millinery department will be especially attractive Dutch lunch at noon, lee cream and enke on sale during the even ing, HINESBURGH. The selectmen have posted notices for n town meeting June 30 to henr the report nnd tako action on the icport o.' the com mittee elected In March In regard to building a new high and graded school building. H. K. Baldwin of Ogdrimburg, N. V.. visited bis sister, Mrs. H. A. Hercher, a few days Inst week. Tho death of Charles Drlnkwater oc curred Monday, June 21. Ho was n vet ernn of the Civil War and a member of Cummlngs Post, No. 37, G. A. R. The condition of H, M. Hull remains about the same. Harlan Bostwlek of Burling ton Is the guest of his f.lsler, Dora. Miss Mary Wilson has returned after vlslling In Burlington. Mrs. w. K. Field nnd two children of Wnshington, D. C, are visit ing at H. M. Hull's. ESSEX CENTER. The remains or Sidney Bates of Wes. ford were brought here for builitl Men day In Mt. View cemetery. Children's day was observed nt tho Mot.iodbt Church Sunday. .Mrs. Saxton of Cluver rialo Is visiting Mrs. Kll Whlttcn.- Miss Florence Day has genu to Handolph to Vlblt friends. Mrs, N K. Dvgeit bar. returned Horn Ausablo Forks. The Fortnightly clubs of Westford and Essex Junction and tho Outlook club of this placo Joined In u picnic nt Ethan Allen park Wednesday. W. B, Johnson ,fc Co., paid for Mny Ilk, 11.14; Brown'n river, JUG. Mr, nnd Mrs. George II. Brown of South Lancaster, Mass,, aro visiting S. A. Keller. HUNTINGTON CENTER Mrs. Mlchnd Madlgnn nnd children of Burlington nro visiting her brother, F. II. Benno. Mr. and tAvr, usmau Fisher of Bristol visited at F. R. Strong's and A. H. Hlgley'a tho lust of the week, Mrs. Ci. W. Brewster went to Burling ton Saturday to visit her daughter, Mra. Clnra Norton. Mr. nnd Mrs, J. K, An drews and Mrs, Casiiandrlu Kills visited the Rev. 1. P. Kellogg In Monkton Widncsduy. Snow was on Camel's Hump Saturday morning, h rare occur ronco In June Mr. nnd Mrs, Walter Tuft and children visited her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Hlmcr Wells, In Stnrks boio Saturday nnd Sunday. Mrs. Frntik Brewster nnd dnughtcr, Minnie, visited In South Staiksboro the Inst of tho week. Wllllnm J. Tafl of that place nml Miss Mnttlo Hnmncr of South Starksboro were married In Rich mond by the Rev. K. I". Trent Wednesday.-Mlsi Mnrtlm Norton of Kdmunds hlch school, Burlington, Is nt home for her summer vacation. Fred Gardner of Fort Kthnn Allen returned Sundny nfter vlslling hero the past few days. Philip nnd Aloiun Gooduough of Montpeller aie visiting their grnnd pnrcnts, Mr. and Mrs, Thomns Phillips. JERICHO. Helen Bolger, a tencher In the Barro schools, In spending the summer with her pnTcnts.-Schools in the village closed for tho summer Thursday afternoon. In tho grammar school there were 2.0 pupils enrolled. of these tho following wero present every day during tho term: Ila Brlgham, Phyllis Brown, Gladys Small, Wllllo Sc.hlllhnmmer, Albert K-nlllham-mer, Hdward Vr.rncy, Lloyd Jtulburd, Eileen M-M.thon, Howard Ring, Frederic Ross; absent ono day or os, Barbara Desnny. Hdlth White, Sndlo Foster, Clif ford I'nradeo. The V oodmen observed Sunday as memorial day and attended tho Congregational Church in n body, where tho Rev. C. B. Atwood preached the sermon. Several were In Burlington Fri day to attend the high school graduating exercises, ns three of tho class wcro graduates of tho gran.innr bchool here, Ira Rogers, Bailey Brown nnd Jano Hand. Scott Terrlll nt lCsscx Junction spent Sunday with his nunt, Mrs. O. Herbert Hutchinson. George l.ndenu, Fled Fos ter and Miss Httn Park-M- returned Mon day from n few clays' visit nt Miss Parker's homo In Grand Isle. Mr. ami Mrs. Irving Thompson have returned from West for" where they were called by the dentil of her brother, Sidney Bates. Theodore Williams wns nt home from the rnlverslty of Vermont out Sunday. Miss Florence Day wns u visi tor In Burlington Monday. Mm. A. C. Williams of St. Alb.ins wan a. guest over Sunday at J. It. Safford'n.-George F. K. Story, who lately returned from Ohio, j has been In town for a few da vs. At the close of the ninth grade everciifc c j Friday evening, Mrs. n. II. Mann, the town superintendent, was presented with I a ret of books, "Travels in Turkey," bv the resident school director, the teach ers and pupils of the village. Mis. Mann has been superintendent for It ye.irs. Mr. Prior, who Is to have ehni-:e i.f the school union, begins his duties July 1. The following primal. v pupils weie per fect In attendanei' during the term Just closed: Bernard White, Bernard Vnr ney, Helen r-'ch-llhanuoer, Doris Small, Claude Sisters. Gladys and Persia Ha'i ley, Wright Foster; absent one-day on ly. Orlo Cleveland. Mlra Maude Wilder, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram 1 1. Wilder, and James Pnllaid, youiiKest son of Mr ami Mrs. Sherman Pollard, were married last evening at eight o'clock at the home of the bride's parents bv the Rov. S. It. Bnrnum. Mr. and Mrs. pollard will for the present reside with b'. paients Mrs. Charles Perclval and son. Clement, left Tuesday for New York, and will sail the last of the week for Knuland, where Mrs. PeTclvnl will visit her parenta and othe relatives. Mr. Perclval nnd daughter, Bessie, nccompanled them to New York and will return home Saturda v. -Mi.-s Ruth Day. who has been visiting her uncle, H. II. Day, returned to Randolph Tuesday. Mls Florence Day returned with her for a few weeks' visit. Mrs. Joseph Walton's parents fiom New York State are hero to nttend tin' wedding of their granddaughter, Almeda Walton, who will be married Thursday to Harrv Tarbox of this town. Airs. Cook and Miss Fannie Cook of t'ndorhlll and M'ss Klla Rogers of Cambridge have been visitors for a week at William Cook's. M.-s. Maynard of Burlington lias been visiting her sister-!, Mrs. Kogcs and Mrs. Meade. Mis Adrien of the Inter mediate school entertained her pupils at her home Thursday afternoon. Miss Iottle BuKer of Cambridge, grand daughter of Air. and Mis. Chesman John son of this town, and Wolcott Bench of this place weie married Wednesday .afternoon at 2:) o'clock, at the home of ills uncle, I. M. Thompson. The erninony will lie performed by the Rev. Frederick' Ihnerson In tho presence of the near r.dathes. After n short trip Mr. and Mrs. Beach will rrsldo at the home of his uncle for a year or longer.- The Rev. C. B. Atwood will preach his farewell sermon at the Congregational Chinch Sundny at one o'clock, followed by the communion ser vice. Miss Minerva Johnson ot F.sse Junction has been visiting her cousin. Mss Sadie Foster The Ladles' Help society will meet this afternoon with Mrs. Charles Packard. Mlsn Lou Prudish of Bakorsfleld Is here to attend tho wedding of her cousin, Miss Maud Wilder. Mrs. Mavnnrd. who has been visiting In town, lias gone lo North I'mlerhlll to visit her sister. Mrs Gi eon. Phyllis Brown, who was ginduntod from the grammar school last week, was neither absent nor tardy during the three years that she was en rolled In the fchool.-The following pupils of the intermediate school were perfect In attendance during the term Just close,!; Irene Carroll, Maud Hdwards, Bertha Schlllhamme.-, F.rflegoula Townsrnd, Ralph Buxton, Frank Flynn, Frances MeMahnn, Donnld Perclval, Wnrren Paradee. Karl Sisters; absent one day only, Natalia Germain. EAST CHARLOTTE A pretty home wedding took placo Wed nesday afternoon, June 10, at the home of Dr. and Mrs, W. II. H. Varney at Hast Chnrlotto village, when their daughter, Miss May Phlln Varney, was married to Dr. Frank Wilbert Chamber lain of Burlington. Only a few of tho relatives and most Intimate friends of the two 'amllles were invited to the. ceremony nnd tho informal leceptlon which follows. The Rev. Hervey Gullck, pastor of tho Congregational Church, performed tho ceremony. Immediately nfter the reception, the bride and gloom left for a brief wedding Journey, tho des tination of which was unknown. Among the guests from nut of town wero Dr. F. A. Rich nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. F, 8, Pense, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Irn Bulck. all of Burlington. Miss Brmlsbnw of Boston Is the guest ot Miss Clara Stacy. John Stiipleton Is very 111 nt his homo in tho south part of the town.--Mls Anna Hayrs Is nt home from the Johnson Nor mal school to pass tho summer vacation with, her parents, Mr. and .Mrs, Daniel Hayes, Burton Beers and family who hnvo been spending n few days nt Thompson's Point, icturned home Sun day. Tho Y society will hold the June meet ing Friday evening with Mrs. Klin Vos. burg. Mrs. Mnebelle Thorp closed the spring term of school In district No, 10 Tuosdny, with n picnic in n grove nMr tho river east of Baptist Corners. Georgo Hcignn nnd Miss .Vliehello Scott, both of Fast Charlotte, were married Saturday by tho Rev. Mr. Potter of North Fetrlsbu'rgli. They left on the nftrrnnon train for Bellows Fulls, where they aro to icslde. Mrs. Wllllnm Hnrria In npendb:ig u fow dnys In Granvlllo nd Hliushnn, N. Y. Tho Rev. and Mrs.'W. A. Davison nnd two children of Burlington wero vIsltorH sit tho Baptist parsonage over Sunday Dr. Davison occupied his brother's pulpit at the Baptist Church Srnday morning nnd evening Charles Harris and sou, Hylond, of Mlddlcbur weie in town over Sunday, I Hp father, J. Avery Harris, returned h"ine with hint for a few days' visit .-Mi' Timothy Stebblns, living nt Hast Chin .1 tr village, has a hydrangea In bloom on her front porch, which Is nt trading a good deal of attention because of the ptoftisloli and sire of tho blosfoms It contains C7 blossoms, the largest meas uring SI Inches In clrciinifernnci!. Mr. nnd Mrs. tl. C. Beets were 111 Huntington over Suturdny nnd Sunday. Mr. mid M.-s. D. O. Foot were nt Thompson's Point n few days last week. Leon nnd Lester Pilndlc nttended the grndiiallng exercises nnd bancntct of Btlghum Academy, Bakcrsllctd, Inst week. MILTON BORO. School closed Saturday. -Mrs. D. R. Bean returned from Cambridge Satur day, where she pased several days. Llllle Bean nnd Beryl Blake nro nt home from St. Albans for the summer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ford Flagg nnd grandson of Richmond were guests of Mrs. Jennlo Fayover Sunday. The wedding of Frank Pierce of West Georgia nnd Mls Susie Wood of Georglt Plain took place Wed nesday night nt tho Baptist Church nt Georgia Plain. FRANKLIN COUNTY. ST. ALBANS. Tho "3rd commencement exercises of tho St. .Albans high school w re held in tho city ball Thursday evening, wnen n elnss of IS was graduated. The salutatorian wns Miss Until M hired Cirter (lr,i the valedictorian, M's Kthel Florence Bailey. The Smith prizes were awarded as follows: Seniors, Miss Mnrjorlo G, f'rabbe, first. !": Jiihti Alartoii Arnold, second, $10; Juniors. Miss I,cnora Branch, first. $12, Miss Mldrcd ItlnKi , second, S; sophomores, Mhs Vlleta Morton, first, 511; Miss 1 1 hired Donovan, second, ,f7; fresh men. Miss M.ldred Croft, first, $s: Lem.in Bui ton, second. ?l The Stevens prle, 31', for Flench, was awarded to Miss Florence Newton. The men:' eis of the graduating; class wen : John Atnnson Arnold, John Blrl-et Arnold. Kthel Florence Bailey, Liiira Bertha Heals, Ruth Mlldied Carter, Not i Coleman, Mai.iorle Glovet Crubho, Jnne Lvella Kdi.n, Harold Glen F.lrod, JCrnest Raymond llnrey. Hloanor Whitney Hatch, Laura Anna llun;. Mary llllz.iheth Mnnn, Kntheilm- Mnrpniet llowlnml, Grace Eunice. Pome-roy, Hnnlet Hl.inche Reynolds, Percy Colo Warner, Vollle P.ichard Yates. The w ddlng of Miss Jennie E. Nichols and Arthur T. Holmes took place Wed nesday evening of last w. el; nt the home of the bride s aunt. M . M. Miller of Me.-senger sti.et. Tlie cc: epiony wns performed by the Rev. R. .1 Chrystle of Woodstock nnd wns wltne: . ed i.nlv bv relntives and Immediate fi lends. Miss Sin a I. Nli hols was the mold of honor and Robert Norton of Burlington wis best ma:.. Following the reception, Mr. ard Mis. Holmes left on a b:W wedding trip, nfter which they will reside, on I'pper Newton stieet. The death of C. Danforth Hoyt of Chicago and n native and former busl iics man of this city, occurred Satur day at Cohnsset, Mass, Mr. Hoyt was visiting friends in CohnsMjt, when lie wim taken 111 and underwent a surgical operation. June I3, from which he novel i allied but failed until the end came. Mr. Hoyt was the son of Judge Koiuco Hoyt nnd was born hero about ."! yea is ago. He was single ,ind at one tlmo in the grocery lUMincrs heie, a member of the firm of Lang & Hoyt. About 20 years ago he went to Chicago, where ho had --lnce lesldod. He Is sur vived by two brothers, .Indue William llnvt of Michigan and Arthur T. Hoyt of thin city and a sister, Mrs. 1C F. Lucas of this city. Mrs. Kdmt Ir.ell has received ticwa of tlie deatii nf her uncle, Charles H. Burbank of the regular atmy, who was a resident heie winr 23 years ngo. Mr. Burlmnk at the lime ot his death was a sergeant in Troop K, 11th V. S. Cav alry. There has been u mysterious disappear ance of a young woman from Buck Hol low in the town in' Fairfax and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Shc'Ido'i of Gecuglii ale won dering If their 17-i cm -end daughter. Kthel. his run a way to lie mar: led. She Is supposed to havo eloped w.th William Hastings of Milton, who has h'-cu paying m..iked atuntior. to hr of id to. The wedding ol Mlsn Kmi.i.i P. WH ICH ai'd Robert 1 1. Dnmey will take place In the near future Mr Domey ha leased tlie Pell house on North Mnln stieet and with Mr. nnd Mrs A. N. Duart will occupy tho house on July 1. The mairlagu of Miss Rose Mossey and John Bruho was solemnized at the Church of Our Lad.'- of the Lake Sunday after noon, the Rev. Robert Devoy performing the ce: i memy, There wns a death fiom diphtheria .it tlie pay Monday, tlie victim being Lu cius Rich, the 10-year-old son cf Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Rich. Mrs. F. Stewart Strniiahan. who has been passing the winter In Italy, litis in rived In New York, und will return here In about a week. There was a lire euilv Tuc.-day morn ing in the Butler blllleltng on l.ako street occupied by Barrette's bowl ng alley and Dinvllng's cigar factory. Tho flto evidently originated In a box of sawdust Into which a lighted cigar had been thrown nnd had smouldered for several hours before breaking out. Tho lire de partment responded promptly and made shoil work of tho Maze, The main loss was In Dowllng's cigar factory where damages estimated at (2,V nre claimed, while Barrelte fixes his losn i.t J,"A Tho new span of horses hitched to the hose wagon, milled to the turmoil by trying to runaway after arriving nt the scene of the lire, but telephone poles hold them. Mr. end Mrs. Walter I Till Crjckett wero the guests Tuesday evening of the Fivn Hundred club, which tendered them n picnic at Johns bridge In Swanton. Mr. and Mrs, Crockett are to lenvo town July 1, nnd will later go to Montpeller .o rcsldo, Tho bulldln,," occupied by tho Dutch er Ding compuny on Main street has been sold by tho Nutlonnl Life In surance company of Montpeller to Miss Ifxlen K, Chngnon. Tlie mystery surrounding the disap pearance from thin locality of Miss Kthel Sheldon, the 17-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Sheldon of Georgli and William Hustings of Milton, has been cleared up by the announce ment of their marriage at Plattsburgh, N. Y., June 14. Tlie wedding of Mlrs Cora Raymond and Royal Biishcy took placo at tho Holy Angels Church yesterday morning nt eight o'clock. Tho ceremony was per formed by the Rev. L. H. Desrochers whllo Arthur nushey acted ns best man nml Miss Louise Raymond as mald-of-lionor. A wedding hrenkfast followed nt tho home of the bride and last evening n largo reception was given. After n brief wedding trip, Mr, nnd Jin. Busliey will reside In this city. SWANTON CENTER. Mrs. Clnrk K. Jenul.iun nml little son, Ned, of Chicago, and Robert Jennlson uio vlsltinif their mother, Mrs, N. n. jen nlson. Clark S. Jennlaon Is expected in nbout two weeks. Mis. Klla Martin of Hopkins, Mich , Is vlsltli,i; her cousin, .Mis M roil Donaldson of Skcels'h cor per Mm III Booth unci Aichlo Morso of Worcester, Mnss., nre vlslling n few days nt J. T. ratlin's. Tho young men made the trip on nu nulocycle and nre on their way to Saskntchewnn, B. C, where rela tives of the former reside. Mrs. C. K. Hepburn went to Burlington Tuesdnv Mrs. A. P. Royce has been visiting rela tives for n week In Sarnnne Lake, N. Y. Mrs. Karl Aycr of Milton Horn, form erly Miss rarrlo Hubbard of this ptnee, who hns been critically 111 with pneu monia nnd complications Is much better. Her mother, Mrs. F. M. Hubbard, Is with her. WEST BERKSHIRE. ' Mr. nnd Mis. Vernal Weld visited Mr, and Mrs. O. W. Webster in Alhurgh last week.-Mr. ami Mrs. Guy Bryant of St. Albans called In town Friday. H. K. Johnson of North Hatley, Que., visited his cousin, Mrs. T. R. Capron, Thutsday. Tlie Rev. nml Mrs. O. L. Bnrnnrd went to Montpeller Snturday, where they are passing commencement week nt Mont peller Seminary.- Miss Miranda Kwlns has returned from a three weeks' visit with her cousin, Mrs. W. A. Benolt, In Lowell, Mnss. cbiblreii's dny will be ob served by the Sunday school with exer cises In tho Methodist chu-oh Sunday evening. Col. K. N. Darling of Wash ington, D. C, is vMtlng bis sister, Mrs. Mrs. A. Phelps. The village schools, taught by Harold Tyl"r and Mln Kn rlglit. cloed Friday. The Pomona Grange will meet In Foresters' hnll Sat urday. The Ladles' Aid society will serve dinner for the members In the vestry of the church. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Gibson of Knnsliurgh Fills passed Sunday with her aunt. .Mrs. Mary Kwlns The L. V. P. S. gnce a lawn party at the home of Henry Pratt Tuesday evening. MONTGOMERY CENTER. Charier. Duffy of Sheldon was at home over Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel Duffy. H. J. Tyler, Dr. F. H. Brown ot Knosburgh Falls nnd J. W. Green of Burlington were in town Satur day. II. S. Campbell's mill at Belvldere Corners was burned Saturday afternoon; loss, js.omj; no Insurance. -Mr. Campbell has not jet decided whether he will re build or not. 'J le mill nlsn contained clap board machinery owned by F. W. Lumbra valued at n to lOMl which wns destroyed William Story has moved Into J. W. Rowley's house nnd Isaac Brown of Kr.osburgh Falls has moved Into .Mrs. Graves'!! house. Mr. Blown will conduct a store In the .Porter beofc.n. . Tracy was In Derby Line the first of the week. Mt. B. St. Francis and her mother and brother have returned from Pawtucket, It. I., where they have been for several days visiting. EAST BERKSHIRE. Miss Grace Rouse of Burlington wns home Inst week A daughter was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. nenr McTevler Tuesday Mimb Grace Wadlelgh has returned from Boston where she lias been thiough tlie winter. Tlie Rev. V,". C Bernard was in Burlington and Swanton last week irturnlng home Monday. Mnj nnrd Fi 1 ton of Ortonville, .Minn. Is lsltlmr here. Mr. and Mrs. Dan.e! Mnren have re turned fiom Glens Falls where they have been for two weeks. MKs Edith Caisldy haa returned from Knosburgh Center BAKERSFIELD. Mrs. Kmily Paige and Mrs. Leonard Sheldon of Boston tire spending the sum mer nt their home here t Inrencu Brlg ham of Leominster, Mass.. was In town last week, called here by the serious ill ness of bin father, W. O. Brigham RICHrORD. With the closing of the public schools last week Principal Edwin F. Greene retina from the high si bod ffler !1 years of efficient woik, during which there have been ."O graduates. Miss Ruth Talor, pieeeptres", will not teach the coming year but will re""iin at her home In Sclienectady, X V. Mi irace Llbby of Leulstop, Me. e.iriv j ,t French, Miss Mcude Wahiliiel ,! 'i ',i Troy, Miss Pearl Kstv if !! ' :' ' .1 possibly Miss Lucy Palmer , ones, grade tcacheis, will .- ! : . eturn. Joseph Ratlin w of L c.i V i .s visiting relatives here. W -wmil Farnum of Montienl Is visit ti. : , Rev. and Mr. F. Barnby Leac'.i.- X 'do Baker Is at homo fiom Vermont A'.nlcniv ami Krnrst D. Rend from Tufts College, both having graduated. Rockwood S. Brown Is at home from attending the Ann Arbor (Midi.) law school. He will soon go to Burlington to work on the stenme- Ver mont. Miss Leila Mr.rtln lias returned from Clnremont, X. "H., and will teach ill seventh grade ef the Richford village school next fall. Dai Id Bashaw and fam ily will scon move to Brockton, Mass. David A. Grant has been awarded tho contract for enrrvlnr the malls twice n day bet wen Hast Franklin and Richford for another four yinr ,u annually. G. Lelnnd Grei n e' T'ranklln, who linn been engneed ns p Inelpnl of the Rich ford bisk sebiiol has nnted of u, ,. Hendrlx the l.nvene house on the corner of River street and North avenue nnd will move here about July I. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Hallow who parsed the winter and spring in Arizona nnd California, write from Long Reach, "r.l , that they xpect to i eturn to Richford tills week, Mrs. M. W. Rounds returned home Pat unlay evening from a hospital In Mon treal where she underwent a surgical operation, Her condition Is imi-oved A. J. Elliott, deputy collector, Is l-.n-lng a few clays' vacation, and with Mr?. Kllott and little niece. Bertha Ilewe-:, i taking a rarilago drlvo through Orleans county. Miss Be-rtha Mattladale ot North Sheldon Is visiting Mrs. W S Tlinyer. Mrs. M. K Bell of St. Albans is visiting Mr, and Mrs. F. M. Barnes. Miss Kllrnhcth Rogers of Swanton visited Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A. Hngeri over Sunday. Bennett C. Douglass has gone to Skin rer, Me., on n fishing trip. Mrs. George Colcord, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. H, K, Grant of St. Johns bury, has returned. For tho Sundny school picnic to Knowlton, Que., Thurs day a special train will leave Richford at 13 o'clock In tho morning. Mrs. Alvln J. Purely nnd little dnughter of Maiden, Mass, nre visiting In th's place whero tncy formerly resided. EAST FAIRFLELD. I'he pleasant homo of Mr. nnd Mrs, A, S. Merrill was the sceno of a pretty wed ding Wednesday afternoon, Juno 16, at three o'clock when their youngest daugh ter, Mary Kiln, ns united in marrlago to Reuben Lee Smile in the presenco of about 10 guests. Tim Rov. H, Clay Seai les performed tho ceremony, A dainty luncheon was served on the piaz zas and lawn after which the happy couple left for Montreal. Mr. nnd Mrs. Soulo received many valuable gifts, Among those present wero Mr. and Mrs. Hurry Soulo nnd Mrs. Sarah Soule, George Soulo, D; nnd Mrs, J. H. Patten of Fairfield, Grnen Oliver of Sheldon, Mrs. Julius Head, Misses Dnel and Mil dred Croft of St. Albans, Raymond Soule of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. Wnrren Ishnm of Bnkerslleld. Children's day was observed nt Fnlon Church Sundny.- ENOSBURGH FALLS. The banquet of tho high school alum ni wns rerved at the American home In Rleliford Friday evening and wns the most largely rttended of nny In the idstory of the iissoclntlon, Ktglity-seven tickets weto Bold ut tills station and 1W imt down lo the tnblcs. The new officers elected were; E. J. Tyler, president; Miss Loiimna Carpenter, steretnry trensiiter; K. J. Tyler, Mrs. Harriet (Forsythe) Hutchinson, S. C. Towie, ex ecutive committee. Knosburgh nnd Mnntgomerv showed some fnlr ball play ing on Athletic field horn Saturday when the former won by a score of 6 to 3. Victor Burt Is visiting relatives In East Hinge, N. H Boston and Wlnchendeti, Muss. Mrs. C. L. Ovltt wns cnlled to Westford Saturday by tho death of a brother-in-law, S. C. Bates, whoso fun eral was held Mondny. Mis, W, J, M. Benttle nnd daughter, Muriel, of Han-rare visiting friends here. Tho Misses Forty, who have been living In J. W. Green's house on Cbureli Mrrjet, have gone to their father's In Berkshire for n short stay. Isaac Brown has moved to Montgomery. Knosburgh Lodge, I, o. O, F observed Sundny as memorial day holding a service in their lodge room in the nftcrmon nt 2:30 o'clock which was nddressed by the Rev, William Shaw, after which the members- marched to tho cemetery nnd decorated graves of deceased brothers.-The Methodist Sun day school will observe next Sunday ns memorial dny when the graves of elo censed members will be dcorated and appropriate exercises held. Mrs. Olive, Parmcleo und Mrs. Pennlmnn of Bur lington nre pnsslng a few days fn town. Tho, Rev. W. T. Forsythe Is nttenrtln a ten days' summer school In Albany. N. Y. About twenty of the young ladv friends of Miss Jennie Demurs gave her a shower party Snturday evening at tho . home ot C. H. Stetson In anticipation of her npproaclilng marriage to Jason Wnllnce. The death of Mrs. Mercy A. (Mnon) Towle, aged SI years, occurred Tuesday afternoon nt one o'clock from a c impli cation nf troubles Incident to old n;e. Two years ago sho suffered a paralytic shock from which she never fully recov ered, ner iiusoand died 20 years nao and three children survive her, nil being I nt her side when death came. They nre William M. Towle, an instructor In the Clarkson Institute of Technology nt Potsdam, N. Y., Miss Phoebe M. Towle. a teacher In Burlington high school, nnd Harrison W. Towle of this village. The funeral will he held at the house at 2:0 p. m. to-day with Interment In the village cemetery. The officiating clergy man will be tlie Rev. William Shnw of the Methodist Church of which Mrs. Towle was a lifelong member. The Woman's Auxiliary of St. Mat thew's Church met with Mr?. A. J Darrah yesterday. The Ladies' Aid of the Methodist Church will serve sim per In the church parlors Friday evening from 5:30 to 7 o'clock. --Mr. and Mrr Joseph Hlounlne nnd three children nf St Johns. Que., are guests of their son, O. K. Bloulne. A daughter, Mrs. ItRblaille, I with her daughter accompanied them, j Jcseph Bloulne of Fairfield Is vis. ting In the same home. Miss Mary Torsythe Is attending the commencement exerdses of Middlebury College this week. Miss Mildred Hall has returned to Montgom ery nfter a visit to her schoolmate, Miss Annie Merrill MHs Jessie Parmdee has returned to Waterloo. P. Q., after pass In;; a few days in the Adirondacks. The .iimlors defeated the Sheldons on athletic field Monday by a score of 11 to 4. Samuel Bloulne of Montgomery and Maloney Bloulne of St. Johns, Que., were guesti of their brother, O. E. Bloulne, Tuesday. Carleton Smith is learning busi ness In the First National bank. Miss Hawley's Junior class gave a recital Mon day evening at the home nf E. J. Tyler. Waller Lafley hns entered the employ of Aseltlnc & Greenwood. Olln Jefford3 lias been passlnt a few days In Burling ton. S. K. Stevens of Morrlnville Is visit ing his sister, Mrs. F. A. Gleed. F. H. Dewart of St, Albans was In town Tues day establishing lines and grades for the Telford road to be built on Main and Depot rtreets Edwin Stanley has re returned to Ills duties In the store of Aseltlne & Greenwood after a week's absence by illness W. J. Thayer lias re turned from his home m Worcester, Mass., where ho has been pnsslng a few weeks. Ho was accompanied by his mother. Mrs. K. H Thayer, and a brother, Cary, who will pass a few days here Mrs. V. A. Irish Is in Montpdler. Mrs. J. H. Menrs Is In Northtleld attend Ing the commencement exercises of Norwich University. The Rev. A. I'. Dnvls left Tuesday for Laconla, N. H., to attend the sessions of the yearly met ing of the New Hampshire Fre Baptist association C. L. Armstrong wns In Sutton. Que., Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mr. Mi'cheil, nn old time friend. Severnl from here nttended the wedding of Miss Glenna Woodward nnd Frank L. Kenfiekl in Memorial Church Wednesday evening. W. H. Ynw is passing n week with his son, M. B. Yaw in Hartford. Conn. Mrs. Yaw, who hns been there several weeks, is expected to return with him. SHELDON. C. C. Fairbanks has movtd to the farm purchased of Mrs. S. B. II. Stufllo benn. Archlo Olrard hns entered tho em ploy of H. 11. Mower. The village schools dosed Friday and held a suc-c- .sful exhibition at Marsh's hall that evening. Krwln W. Stebblns has resign ed as butter maker at the Batchelder .; Snyder Creamery and Mr. Colson of V.'lnterport, Me., succeeds him. SWANTON. A superintendent of schools has been e.igaged for Hlghgate, Swanton town and the Swanton vlllnge rchoois In Her bert Wilbur, who comes from Colorado. Ho Is a native of Maine, a graduate of Amherst College and for the past 20 ears has been actively engaged In bchool work cither as superintendent or principal. There wer about 70 candi dates for tho position. Lvman Burt To'jln, who graduates fiom Mlddlobury College thH month, returned Monday alter a few days In town with his par ents, Hook and Una fishing Is pretty good in Mlsslscuiot liver, pike and bass being caught Just below tha rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tatro, formei residents in Swanton, nre visiting friends in town. Miss Rose Vlnelette I. as gone to Schenectady for a few weeks ns an Instructor for the Atwood Suspender company. The Rev. Arthur Stone, chnplnln, United States navy, who hns been In town several dnys, was prevented from returning to ills duties Monday on account of Illness Supt. Carter was here from St. Johnsbury Mon day to arrange to have the govern ment boat Cygnet partially remodeled and overhauled. The cabin Is to bo raised nnd the boat replanked. W, O. Payne and family of Kingston, Pa are occupying their cottage at lllghgute Springs. Mr. Payne Is an almost dally visitor here and he has been coming lo Vermont for twenty-five years. Gen. Manager Schoff of tho Robin Hood Am munition Co., has gone, to Toxas on a business trip. Mrs. Chester Lawrence, mother of Mrs. K. W, Jewett, (.led Monday even ing, aged S3 years, after a long Illness. Sho wns Paulino Mason, born In Swan Inn, whom she always resided with the exception nf four yearB In the West with a brother ,nnd five yeur In Burlington with her daughter. Hue Iness Is good at the woodwnrklm plant of George Webster b Son, hot tor tbnn for severnl months. Ac Swnnton will celebrate Jvly 3, special permission hns been obtained of the postoffico department, allowing tho letter carriers of the thrco routea ntnrtlntr from this oiTlce , I ollrlny that day. The postofilee nl-,. una permln slnn lo close. b, C. Sheldon and two sons, Frank nnd Georern rt t, Mlllls, Mas.'., yesterday to nttend tho wedding of Carl Sheldon and I.llfcs Louise Sinyton. The Western Union telegraph nlilre, which hn been In Sheldon's drug store for 30 years, was moved Tuesday to the Boston & Malno station on tho west sldo of the river. HIGHGATE SPRINGS. M. C. Reynolds of Hurllngton spent Sunday with his family at Hock Ledge. Tho hot weather Is bringing the peoplo to enmp rapidly. Moro cottages havo been rented thnn over before nt this time "Dlnnn," tho promising two-year- oiu con owned ny Hnrry B. MeCarty won the blue ribbon prize nt tho Sheldon horse HllOW last week .Tlirrn will hn services at tho little Church Sunday, JUiy 11. The bass fishing promises to bn the best this year In many seasons ow ing to the very high water. Mutiv "noil catches havo already been mndo.-H. S. Thayer, assistant editor of tho Essex J.ecoril, wan in camp over Sunday Frank Carman of Boston ii vN't'ntc his brother, H. (. Carman A. D. Wllkle of Boston was in town over Sunday W. Robinson Austin of St. Albnns was in town over Sunday, the guest of his grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. G. Aus tin. -Mrs. Alfred C. Furbush of West Newton, Mnr,s., arrived Monday for a month's visit with relatives -Elmer Car man of Cambridge. Mass.. Is visit ng his uncle. H. Ci. Carman. -Wi 'llnirt, ... Ann. . tin of Sheldon Spr'ngs was ir. tow i Me-- -J day. -It. B. Cross of Swanton we "n I '""'ii Saturday with hl new Ford a-ito-i mobile C. W. Junes of Swanton was in I town Mondnw-The Rev, v. c. IL-rr-rd of En-t Berkshire, formerly rector of St. 'John's ITplseopal Church In th's town, I preached nt St. John's Church Sunday In I exchange with the rev. Edward S. I Stone. Miss Llbhle L. Oheere of St Al bans wns in town Sunday. HIC-HGATE. Tlie fourth nnnual reunion of the Nye family of Amerlcn will b held nt High gate Center August I, 3 and C. A paper by Miss Mary Warrer of St. Allians will be given and ono bv Harold Marsh of Sheldon. The address of welcome by Al bert X. Nye of East Hlghgate w'll bo followed by a response bv Capt c F. Nye of Pawnee Cltw Nob A recontl.-in to the guests will be held nt the heme of B. F. Nye of Hlghgate Center Our , the stn-- of the Nves from other 3'atei nnd refreshment will lie served Last venr t1 r Xve nss .elation met nnd caused to be ere-ted at Sandwich. Mass , n gran ite tablet mnrl'lpg the first r-ettlement of Nves iBenlnmln Nye and his wife. Prli cllla Tuppcr Nye) In America In 1C30. 3EAVER Mrs. "hnrlntte Craft of Bradford U visiting her s in, George W. Craft M ss Mnlle Allen and sister of Buck Hollow I visited at T. S. Austin's Situr-lav -Tho i ne new uuei Campbell, n former resi dent cf tills place, but for several vear-i a missionary in Smith Africa, preached at the Moil odlst Church Sundav -M.s.-) Hazel Le.-ch, aged about 1." years, died Sunday rt one o'clock with rdeure -pneumonia, following the measles. T. e fu neral was held at the homo Vtdnesday at 10:30 a. m. MONTGOMERY. Mrr. H. G. Comtork of South Fram Incham, Mas Is spending a few daws in town. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Dow aro spending the week In Burke, visiting relatives Miss Louise Clapp '.as re turned from Boston. Miss Dorothy Par ker Is In Montpeller attending commence ment. After the pavment of expenses there will be a balance of nearij- $20 In the school treasury as the re-ult of tho tlber.illv patronized entertnlnment glve-i In village hall Saturday ever'ng Tho financial aid rendered I" greatly appre ciated by teacher and pupils. FRANKLIN. The hao-akutreate sermon to t'ie high school graduating class was prea. heel Sunday In the Congregational Church jy the Rev. F. Wilson Day. Tho nudleneo was one ef the Lit rest ever scon In a church in this town Class dav exerciser we-re held In the town bill Tuesday afternoon. The graduating exercises wen held In the town hall last evening ut 7:31. The graduating class had 11 mem be: s E. S. Barnes nnd family of Lowell, Mass, are guests of J. Welcome F B. Willard. C. R. Xusllng and States Da Groat of New York are in town for a, few days. Mr Willard is the guet of his mother. Mr'. Laura Rob Tho pnrty came from Xew Yo-k In Mr, WIN laid's automobile Mr. nnd Mrs. Hop kins of Waterbury and a party are guest nt F. L. Hopkins's The Hon. and Mrs. H. C. Pomeroy of St. Albans were In town over Sundav. Miss Hill of Water bury Center is the guest of the Hew and Mrs. G. C. Westcot A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Hale of St. Albans Juno 17. F. C. Colcord Is th Eiter.t of Mrs. Maule Hogabo uri Tho warning Is out for n special town meet ing June 29. The Village Improvement soclcry will present the drama. ' Among the Breakers." In the town hnl' late In Jul .--Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Gates and daughter of Boston are the guests of Mr. and Mrr. R. J. Gates. The rema ns of Emerson Felton of Chicago w-erc bified In the fnm'ly lot here Vedneda-. irorn- In.- FLETCHER. Mrs. Pearl Wltherlll Is III -Cr idren' day was obseiwe-1 at tho Methodist Church Sunday. Miss Mary Xevens wai In Johnson Thursday. J. F Nevens and I W. Green were In Bakersfleld Satur day. ENOSBURGH. Although Friday was a vcrp unpro pltlous day for a picnic between 200 ar I 300 gathered In tho woods of Mr. Cas sldy. It was very cold nnd windy Oncn In n while tho sun would rhlne and then It would rain, hall or now. but everyone wns good natured nnd made the test ot it. A new departure In tlie s.-honls was tho raising of vegetables nr. I Powers by the young pupils for w!-'-' prizes wero offered, nnd the exiblblt very com mendable. The prize -n were: For lettuce, 1st, Mildred S: .nd, .Villlam WcMon, (eight year J, W, J. Chaffee, Jr., (eleven special, Clyde Forsyth; minuitiuni.. 1st, Clydo Forsyth, 2nd, William Wes.on, special. Jessie. Hart. Tho prizes weio offered by the town and by F. W. Spice r.--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Judd und children of Swan ton nro passing -evcral dnys nt the homo of Mrs. Jiidd's father. G. S. Fas.'ctt. Mr. nnd Mrs, Lyman Gilbert nre in Northtleld at Norwich I'nlvci i-'.ty, whero their nephew, Kmerson Ilejcr, gradu ates this week, Mr, Watt of Barre, (Continued nn page 4.) Ifs He- Whispering Smith