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Tim BPHLINGTUN inSlS PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY. NOV1SMHEK 5, VJM.
lcvotlonnl committee-. E. A. Unl,.i.
Lowls Slocuin, Klmcr Cowlos; membership I
romramcp, is, A, Kilssoll, Jt. W. Trncy,
2nd; Ross Muzzy; refreshments com
mlttcp, Goorgo It. Eddy, II. W. Irish,
14. It. Slocuin, Howard VosburRh, W. P.
Palmer, It. C. Mirselt; social committee,
H. "W. Trney, 1st; L. P. Irish; II. "..
Macok; precentor, 13. A. KnlRlil; teach
er, H W. Trncy, Jut; assistant teacher,
C. M. Itussoll.
Mrs. Kama rnlmrr has returned to
Tcrrlsburg utter spending several weeks
with her daughter, Mrs. Henry llowley.
The Methodist Sunday school Is mak
ing arrangements to send contributions
to 1ho children In the wiir zone of Eu
ropc, which will go from New York
In tho Christmas ship early In Novem
ber Mrs. Tied Huberts mid Klmer
filoeum are recelvlnR the contributions.
Tho Shclhurno Palls ProRrcsslvo club
realized about $.Vi from their Hallowe'en
supper and masquerade Friday nlRht.
Tohn Mneck, who has been 111 with
pneumonia, la Improving. .lames Mc
Kenzle of Albany. N. V.. Is the RUest of
his brother Thomas Melfenzle.
Miss Janet Harmon Is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Henry Hendee, l. Hurllng
ton. Mr and Mrs. Frank Andrews
!inve pone to Burlington to spend the
Winter The new representative, H. C.
Marsett, will Rive an oyster supper at
Woodman's hall. Shelburnc Falls, from
nix to elRht o'clock Friday evening,
to which nil Including ladles, are cor
Mrs. F.llza Dwyer of Itutlnnd Is visit
Infi nt H E Dwycr's. Mr. and -Mrs. F.
V. lire-water nnd Mr. and Mrs. Joshua
Xtrown visited at Joseph Rrown's nt
Ftarkshoro Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. lien
iamln Mayo of Slouo nie vlaltliiR l da
tives here this week. A dauRhter was
born to Mr nnd Mrs. Rnlph Miles Mon
dayMrs CI W. UnRley of Hudson was
railed here by the death of her father.
W. K. Sargent. Mr. and Mrs. Ci. S.
yiounds visited In Hrlsted the llrst of the
Week. P P. OranRe has opened n Rro
rcry In the bulldliiR be has completed.
The second number of the lecture course
will be Riven Saturday evening by Dud
ley Wngner, Impersonator. Mrs. G, W.
Jlrewstcr is visiting her daughter, Claia,
Fisher j Otter Creek Chapter; 12, ban
quel; 1 :lr, p, m., exemplification of work
by letnplo Chapter, Dr. Peter O. Ood
frey, W. P., Mrs. Kiln llarrltiRton, W.
M. ; review of work, Mrs. Nclllo M.
Smythe, Rrand lecturer; Rood of tho or
der, Rratid officers and others; rlosliiR
ceremonies, by Chnrnplain Chnptor, Mon
roo M. Hill, W. p., Mrs. Martha A. Stod
dard, W. M. Tho deputies of tho district
are: Horaeo T. Wudswoith, D. 1). O. I'.
Island Chapter; Mrs. Alice F. Wright,
U I). C. M., Otter Creek Chapter. Tha
cllfl III...., I.. ........... . ...
...... ,,, in insirict are: l.llinnim,
No. 17, Bristol; Frances 13, Stevens, No.
fil. Wlhooskl; Champlaln, No. nr., Char
lotte: La piotte, No. (11, IIInosburR;
Alma Hlndee, No. 72, Shorehani ; Island,
No. 7.1, South Hero; Otter Creek, No. 71,
Vcrgoniios ; Temple, No. 75, HtulliiRton;
f olumbla, No. 7C, AlburR. Accommoda
tlon will be provided for horses for those
who drive and all Incoming trains will
bo met with enrrl.nuoM in int.-..
to tho hall. Mrs. M. C. Hill, who was
operated on Thursday afternoon for ap
pendicitis at the Mary Fletcher hospital,
Is reported ns comfortable.
Mr. and Mrs. William Doner have mov
ed into Mrs. Josle Weieistor's tenement. -Qulney
Morrill went to Lincoln Saturday
to upend the winter. Hnvnl Hamilton bin
tnken the . B. Bartlett form. He moved
Mrs. Canton was ealled to Hrlstol Sun
day by the death of her father.-Mr. nnd
Mrs. Hay Fletcher have moved to their
farm in Essex. Mr. and Mrs. Trnsk nnd
two children of Wnrron have been vtslt
Iiir her mother. Mrs. C. D. Miller Tim
Lend-a-llnnd "111 meet with Mis. :nry
Pease to-day for workMrs. Charles
Oliver oi wateruury was in town
to tin gentlemen Tho rooms wcro dco
rated with palms, forns and out flowers.
Two handsome palms woro presented by
tho directors of tho hotel company. A mom?
those present were several from Under
bill, Mr. nnd Mrs Lincoln's former hoim.
and from Burlington. The llrst registered
guest was K. Thurston Damon of Boston
The ladles of the Methodist Church will
serve a ehleken-ple supper on the evening
oi rsovemoer c Mr. and Mrs. Archie
itlro Have Rone to Wnldon for a month.
Miss Amelia Keeler nnd Mrs. Farusworth
are visiting Mrs. Julia Hates. Tho Itov,
Dr. I' In Kg is to preach In tho Cnngrcgn-
lliiiinl Church Sunday. The Ladles' So
eiai eireio win rivo a dinner lo-dny nt
the home of .Mrs. W. W. Kimball.-Mrs.
Kidder has gone to Wlimoskl. Thuie
will he n mite box opening In the Concre
Rational Church on the evening of Novem
ber 12. Mrs. Iluckhnm and MJss Cntlln, n
missionary to Turkey, will speak.
PAGE Hill ZK.
John II. Allen, 7(1 years old, died nt I
line o'clock Tuesday afternoon from 'tho'
Fffeets of a shock, after a few days' Ill
ness. Mr Allen was n resident of this
town nil bis life, being born In the house
in which he died He Is survived by his
wife nnd live children, John C of Mon
mouth, 111,, Mrs. II. C. Cassady of
Kprlngfiold, Mass , Mrs. A. I,. Walker
Burlington, Mrs. C. I,. Clifford of Bran
Son and Florence, living at home. .Indue
Allen was educated In tin- public schools
of Hlnesburg, People's Academy of Mor
rlsvllle nnd at Potsdam Academy, Pots
dam, X y Ho enlisted In Company Ci,
14th Vermont regiment, on September
V62. and was appointed llrst lieutenant.
Ho participated In the battle of Gottys
hurg. He was captain of Company II,
Vermont National Guard, from 1S72 to
1S73. Judge Allen hnd been a life-long
fepuhlicnn, representing Hlnesburg In tho
Legislature of IfcM). He was elected as
sistant Judge of Chittenden county In
IPOo nnd re-elected In 1W nnd JJOI. He
was a member of the Baptist Church, su
perintendent of tho Sunday school for
f,o years, member of Patriot Lodge, No.
B1, F. and A. M was first commander of
Cummings Post, No. 37, n. A. It., com
panion of Vermont commandery of tho
Loyal Legion. Judge Allen win a man
who posessc 1 a remarkable personality,
having tho Rift of making and holding
friends, genial and generous to a fault.
Ho was public-spirited, always standing
for high Ideals. The passing of Judire
Alien removes n Christian gentleman
no nns leu an Imprint on those who
Knew mm. He will not only bo missed
in His Immediate family, but bv the en
tire community. The funeral will l.n held
-uny at. tne ifnptlst Church nt 1:20
" l rnncls Hissonnotte t.nd daugh
ter oi HincsMiri; were driving homo from
church Sunday morning tbolr carriage.
was upset In turning out to avoid an
other team and both Indies were thrown
out. Mrs. Plssonnette's left wrist was
broken. She was tnken Into Hurt Car
penter's home at the village, Dr. Vnrney
was called nnd reduced the fracture an!
she was able t j go to her home with her
daughter who was iinlnjnr.il. Mrs. Tiis
sonnette and daughter were drlvinir ran.
Idly and, It Is thought, made too short
B turn at the corner where the accident
occurred No damage was done to tho
horse nnd carriage. A comfort bag con
taining many gifts has been se nt to AVnl
ter St. George, who has been almost help,
less for the past two months as the result
of nn attack of Infantile paralysis earlv
In September The bag was sent on his
18th birthday annlvorsary.-George Hart,
Sr., who has suffered serious trouble with
bis eyes for a month as the result of an In
Jury, is lmprnved.-Hnrley Thorpe
who lives with his son. William Thorpe,
has returned from Hurlliigton, where he
recently underwent an operation for the
removal of a cataract from ono eye. Mr.
rind Mrs. F. W, Carpenter have returned
from their wedding trip and aie settled in
their home at the Carpenter farm. Miss
Xora Collins of Burlington, who spent
tho week-end with Miss Christina Volgt.
returned to her school on Dorset street
Monday morning. Merle Carpenter has
returned to his home In Colchester after
spending a week with his brother, F. W.
Carpenter. Henry Palmer, who has car
ried on tho Otto C Palmer farm for sev
eral years, has moved to the Isaae Stona
fnrm, now owned by J. .1. Qulnlan.
Guy Hom had the mlRrortmie to break
bis light l,g helow tho knee while throw
ing off a belt ftom nn ensllnge ruMer.
Mrs. Pud Sherman will entertain l'i.'in M
tnccHiig ,)f King's Daughters -Miss
Gladys Johnson entertained over Sunday
Miss Ulanehe t'rie of Crnfisbiiry, Leland
McKinl.ty of the University of Vermont
and Kdwnrd Fuller from St.irkslioro. -Mr.
and Mrs. u. II. O'llrlen ot Tlutland
Were week-end guests of his parents, Mr.
nnd Mis. Hiram O'Hilen.
Charllne Hoss Is spending a Week with
her parents The chleken-ple dinner
which was to have been given Thursday
noon has been postponed until November
12 on account or the Masonic, bnnrpiet.
About $10 wns take,, llt the hnv ..n,..
i iiiuiy ev unit. - M ss I1..I.,,.
of wmi.-u jiiss .Maun Hlalsdell over the
week-fiid.-Mis. V. A. Lincoln and Cllf-
ton Lincoln were in Hlchmoud Sunday. j
The Miyil, ,ii, eelebrat-,1 ll-ii-
lowe'en with a progressive dinner. The
first course was served nt the home of '
Miss Harriet Chase: the second at Ml
ii niaisiieirs; u. th r.l at Ml-
t ....,-.. . . ...
..lies jm mot nt tho nnrsonaHn
esienlay afternoon. Thero will 1, n
rumnmgp sale at the town hall Thursday,
November 12, under the nusplc. s of th"
King's Daughters for the benefit of tl,.-.
library .-Miss Adelaide Mori 111 went i
Kssex Junction Sunday to remain a work
or two.-There will he a birthday supper
and entertainment Friday night at the
Methodist Episcopal vestry, given by the
ladles of the church. A 12-course supper
will hi- provided. Fach month ) to he
represented by a booth. Th admission
will be ns many pennies ns one Is old.
Mrs Cnrollno Osborne, who la verv 111, Is
with her son, Jesse, nn North all cel. Mrs.
George Coodileli. nnd son, Blossom, were
,,'iiosN of Mrs. Ilnrton Headlev, ln Foy's
Corners Sunday. There will be a meeting
if the Sunday school hoard together with
adult member or the Sunday school to
night at the Methodist KpNcnp.il vestrv
Tiifsday evening Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Parker were surprised hy about ISO of
their friends nnd neighbors who had i ome
to help them celebrato the asd anniversary
of their marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Parker
ucro pn s.-nted with n set of dishes.
Games were played and refreshments
were provided bv the company. All the
members of their large fnmlly were pres
ent, Including Mrs. Whcelock and little
son ot Colchcst"r. J. D. Hrown will move
to the place which he bought of the Liver
more estate Inst spring and 1$. II. ltoss.
who has occupied it, will move to the
city for the winter. George Lnprese h.is
moved from the Ilussell tenement to Mr
Hinsdale's farm in Wllllston. which If
been here m s oral weeks on account of
her health, which seems to bo m0 1m
proved -Mr. and Mrs. T. L. l.don and
children of Plttslleld, .MSB., Clim00" ,n
day to visit Mrs. Loudon's mother, Mrs
Tho funeral of A. A. Slmpklns was held
ni mo .uoinoiusi cnureh Monday after
James Perkins of Graeme, Gut Miss
Olcnn Austin of Worcester, Muss., ha
boon cullInK on friends In town.
Mrs. hurah Shedd of St. Allmns has
been tho guest for a few (lava of Mr.
noon, me uov. joiin wrlston olllelutlng. '"r8, J- aedd. Mr. Carter of
The bearers were four nephews, 13. HonnlnBton Is vNltlng his nephews, It.
Sheldon of this place, Italph Whltc'omb J- a",, K- a- Kowland.-Mlss ChaltVu ot
of Hi. Albans, Hay liessey 0f Hyde Paik Hurlliigton, n former teacher at II. F A
and George llritch of ksl illghgat-. , w,lH week-end guest of Mrs. W. I)'
......... ..r. ,., ....nniMiui.i remetcry. Tic ninwnri. .Mrs. .M. v. Hleks and
Grnnd Arinv hiirinl service was given by .lames Goodnll spent Saturday and
, . osl, oi winch ho was "ay In HurllnRton. Mr.
....'...-.-.. ' i veu inree years In Com- Hooper of Fletcher
tinny A. fith Vermont rni.i.,.. . . ....
and Mrs. IV
Were Riiests of Mr.
ami .mis. .v, h. White over Sunday..
,1 J Vv Y w M .f""- -ere at Fairfield
day,-Mr. and Mrs. Lowa nOCk, Jr are
In St. Albnns.-Mr, and Mrs. Thomas' Du
buquo are parents of twins, a boy nnd a
Rlrl.-Mrs. Harry Davis and daiiRbtet,
Hilda, of Essex, hid at Warren Wright's
-Thomas Slower and John MtHvahlll
havo completed the season's, work at Hob
Insoii & Co.'s store. Mr. Stower
goes to Ohio soon and Mr. Mulvablli to
Florlda.-The Girl Guides will meet In
tho Congregntlonnl vestry Saturd.ty at
two o'clock. The Ladles' Aid served din
ner TucBday nt the Congregational
Mrs. 11. N. Kidder and C. II.
Lincoln ! lV,1! II1n "ape.
thosn present from out of town were Mrs,
itnlpn wniicoinn or St. Albans. Mrs. Joel
Ilessey of Hyde Park, Mrs Amy Craw
ford of West Charleston ,md Mr. and Mrs
a. 13. Hrltch and danghler, Miss Gladys,
of I3ast Illgbgnte.-J, Kent Perlev whn
hns been in Massachusetts In i i1P rvan.
berry bualness for a few months, return
ed home Sunday evening. -Kdwnrd Martin
Is quite 111 at the home of his daughter,
Mrs. W. II. Perkins, on South Main street.
c. U ovitt returned Tuesday mornlnn
from tho convention of the Telephone
Pioneers of America In Richmond, Vn .
which included a visit am mtr historic
plaecs In that State nnd also a don In
Washington. D. c.
The first nnd only rally during tho
erimiial'fn was held In Peilev hnll Satin-.
dny evening. Music was furnished by
..iiiii'.lii n rciieaiui. i ne speakers wero
Frank L. Gieone. inndidate for re-elect Inn
to Congress In this district, P. s. cunh-
Ine, candidate r.ir State's attorney, nnd
Hale K. Dnrllnr, cnndldate for lieutenant-
governor. There was a good attendance.
The memorlnl service for the lnie linv
D. A hoi I. who died October 2, of polio
myelitis, was Hold in the Alothodln I
Church, of which he was a member, nt j
the regular hour of service Sunday mnrn-
in it i ne pasmr, tne uov. John Wrlston. ,
officiated. His place In the choir was
mnrKeii by white streamers and In his
chair was a floral harp with broken
strings. Hrsides the members of Lincoln
i.ouge. f. ,v . .m., and Martha Wash
Ington I'luipt, r. n. 13. r . r,f which be u.is
a member, the choir and postofflce em
ployes ittenibd. Music won furnished hy
n qunrtet of Masons, J. A. llrowley, J.
r. Kimball. II Van- nd .1 n. m, .,.,..
Mr. llrowley also tendered n solo.
Among those pi-ent from out of lown
were Mr. and Mrs. T. C. .leniilson of
Sheldr,,.. M i- ,. u,.f. p,.P,.,. f ,, ,.
ford. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. llendrlck of
Aseltlne, ! Satlirdav
k .. .. .uui.u ii, a reia-
ii. vin. me i live ni.. r.i ,! .. vm...
society served dinner
Hleks' new garage.
Tiiisdn.v In M. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Colcord of Uoston
have moved to this place and aro oc
ctipylng tho iipslnlis tenement In Mrs.
H. H. Fuller's bouse. lmtllf MnIiV n tl 1
Miss Loltln Williams of this place woro
mnrrled In All Saints' Catholic Church
Saturday by the Itev. Joseph Lavlpno.
Mrs. George II. Smllle or Montpeller,
pU'Sldent or the Vermont Federation of
Woman's clubs, gave a helpful and en
tertaining talk to fiO members of tho club
Women of this place In the parlors of the
Haptlst r'liurch Monday evening. Mrs. D.
H. Puffer snug two selections. At the
close of the program an Informal lecep
Hon was held, n f tor which refreshments
were icrved hv the hostesses, Airs. A. L.
Weeks and Mrs. 13. L. Child -Miss Hen
nle Orern of Ktiosburg Falls Is a "slating
In the New riigland Telephone office tills
week during the nbsence of Miss I5tllu
.Mitchell, who N visiting friends In Hat
' D Ph. Ip of 13'iosburg '"nil. ha-i
purchased the West Herkshlre cresmerv
and saw mill Hnd took possession Novem
ber 1. Mr. and Mrs. Hlbbard Stanley and
son Ilobar' , Mr. nnd Mrs. P. K. Win
chester, Miss Kunlee Stanley and brother
, Howard attended the welding of Phdo
1 Stanley. Jr., and MNs Com Orr at Knos
burg Center Wodnesday.-Cheff Young
has lenteil Loyal Slowe's farm and took
possesslon, November 1. Mr. nnd Mrs.
jHemv Ln r'rose have leased the unper
.tenement In Mrs. Agnes Hull's house.
Stewsit Lawrence 1ms moved into the
tenement recently vnented by Arthur
jTatro. who ha moved to Hlehrciid. Mrs.
Hobcrt Uing and son Howard Senrs and
Watermiui llrothers havo made exten
sive repairs to their sawmill. Fred West
has moved from tho Fulllngton cottage
to thoScHVell Newton house te ar the lalninl
hoiise.-Mr. nnd Mrs. UDuk,., who
spent tho summer In Now Hampshire,
have returned. Mrs. 13. G Sherwln of
Hyde Park visited here Thursday. pu8t
mnster Hoyco Is conllned to the hou
with ncute Indigestion. Mrs. W. ("!.
Jones remnlns about the same Homer
and Charles Kneeland, with tholr fam
ilies, nttendrd the funeral of Frank
Smith of Wntorvlllc Wednesday.
tho fonner's daughlir and hit' band Mr
and Mrs. F. M. Reynolds Mis . r idr rf
St. Johnsbury wno a guest S ii.i.hv i i h. f
aunt. Mrs. Anna Wallace -Mist Kdltii
Amsden spent Snturdnv at Hai 1. 1 .
with her sister, MNs Atl'-c An It r -turning
she whs aeeompatde d r. MM
Elizabeth Geddis, who mm 'ue t
Sunday. chnrlep Mould of the Vn' ri'i
Of Vermont spent Sundav and M ! '
with his parents, Mr. and Mi p i
Mould. The body of Mrs Hn- 'i A b t
log srrlved here Pnturdn cv i li f ori
University Place, Neh., nt rt, mil. t 1
her ilnughter and husband, M' an l 'VIr
Clayton Hartley, who w. re p, wbl
here of George A. Morn Mi- f ,irr
Ilntcholder of Waterburv wa- a c i t
over Sunday of Mr. and Mi- W
Ward. Mrs. C. p Wilder and Mr- Frr -land
Tlllotson returned Sain la ..nlni
from Urattloboro. Wallare Rl !;, t -r,r of
FcnsloeVHIo, N. V., and Mi s il 1,
and Miss Aledln Mycin "f T' irdngt
Were guesU Sundav of Mr v.' Mrs P
M Hanker. Mrs. Colin p, ml r ml Mr
Henlnmln Hlcketson of pe.,.,1, r-.i!'. 1 .
have spent sonm days nlth th. r rrur
son nnd wife, Mr. nnd Mis it M 1'i'l e-
t i a
I h- r
1 ' f nee
r I . for
1 nr 1
returned home Mondnv. Mr
companle.1 hl mother boon
Hlcketson of Ponslcoville is ,
sister, Mrs. 11. M. Hanker -Mr-Mtidgett
wenl to Johnstc M
several days and Intends to dec
bouse, recently purchased
make her home In Monls'-illr
Th People'-- yN"nrtemy bisk. 1
hna secured W. H. Boardrnm,
for the seasrn Mt. Ilnnrdnu
sldered one of tfe best gun1"
Rtote He played three vein '
Bud four yiwrs on the D.i'.t.i i
ball team of the Unlve-f.
Dr. W. M Johnstone has riv
practice heie nnd moved to
vhore hn will locate. V.-s
: r , ic .i
- , p
i nn ' t'lf
' San li'l
i.ein-oieis; the fourth at Miss Ktnmii
Moulton's; and the last nt Mrs. I. W
Knight's. The club then walked to the
borne of th, Misses Ina nnd Lena IrNh.
Mherc they were served with candy and
lemonade, ami when. th,. rest ot the
evening was spent.
Miss Lorette Humphrey has returned to
uoston, having spent a week with
sister here. Miss Maud Warren or Wood
Mori: .s visiting her aunt, Mrs I. York.
.Mis. Miranda WVscott has
after a visit of .n'.veral Weeks
sons in Hurlliigton. -Clark C. Hubbard
Stockbildgo, Mass.. is pacing :t few days i
with his sister. Mrs. Karl Ay r. Miss
Maud Tlllotson l.s passing n few days with
her patents nt Highcali' Spring-. .Miss
Lucy Hubbard and niece. Miss Florence
Hubbard, returned to their borne Mondnv
after a visit of a week in town. MNs
Lurv Hinsdale entertained several friends
Mrs. Thomas Shran Is with her sister.
Mis. Mortimer Reynolds. Walter Robert
son anil Fivel l.uman wriv In Johnson
Wednesday nli-'ht and Tliursdnv. Mr,
and Mis. Luther Quito II were in Mil
ton Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs A. H. Wood
and Mr. and Mrs ('. II Wood of St.
Albans uvnt to the island Sundav.
I Franklin, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hen- wlfp n"vo moved Into the Allen tenement
uricK oi i nirneld.-"Oo-to-Church Sun-I
day" nnel rally elay will he observed by
the Methodist church Sunday, November .Vt.
IS. A. A. Slmpklns died Suttinlay after-I bom,
Hnllowe ! pnity Friday evening,
we're pin veil and refreshments
Court cases wcie taken up In Fi.ink
liu eeninty couit shortlv nfter the onen.
her ling Thursday morning, the Jury being
excused until Wednesday nfteruoon
at two o'clock. chi Istoplu r Winters,
apt., of Swanton ph'ndcil guilty to tho
charge ot illegal llshing and was lined
$" and exists In the court below. Jed
Moise, apt., pleaded guilty to the charge!
of II. cent llshing and w.is lined $ln and
costs. Juelgu Zed S. Stanton left Thurs
day afternoon fur his home In Hox
btiry. Gi'orge Lamtunan pleaded tuiltv
to intoxicallon and was lined f."i and
costs. Ncison Coon, apt., bre'.ieh of the
pence, was lined ,B and
nlternati . sentence by
Lai oi'lnlle. lireach of tin
guilty and was lined
Albert Dei osla pleaded
loxleatlon and Mas
with an alteiiiatlv.
ill In Hur
Peltier and two
Tho Ladles' Aid met at tho homo
of Mra W. s. Yale snd Mrs, Fair Wed
nesday afternoon. Mrs. Monioo Hill, who
wns taken suddenly 111 with appendicitis
Thursday, having an ope'iutinn attho.Mary
Fletcher hospital the saino elay, Is doing
well. The library association cleared J.U
from the supper and dance nt the hall
Thursday evening Mr. nnd Mrs. L. H.
McNIel gave a pleasant card paity ut
their homo Saturday evening In honor of
Mr- MoNlel's birthday. Six tables wero
played. Tho Whist clph held its first
meeting at library ball Wednewlny even
ing. Mrs. A. C. Dean has received a
cablegram from her son, Richard, telling
nt hiB safo arrival at AtlienB, where
ho has ft fellowship In tho college. Mrs.
(' P. Foote Is quite' ill. Next Sunday
will bo observed ns tempernnco Sunday.
Miss Harriot Holmo3 of Proctor Is visit
ing nt K. H. FrinW's.
Tho sixth annual mooting of district
No. 9, O. E. S will ho held with Chain-
plain Chapter, no. 'ou, on tuesuay, No
vember 10. The meeting will be In Li
brary hall Instead of tho Mnsonlo hnll, as
tho latter Is too small to accommodate a
district meeting. Tho following program
will bo carried out as near ns possible:
10 a m., school of Instruction; 10:30,
opening ceremonies hy La Piotte Chap
ter, No. E. O. Mead, worthy patron,
Mrs. Kato Hull, worthy matron; recep
tion of grand officers, address of wel
come, Mrs. Martha A. Stoddard; Chain
ilaln Chapter; response, Mrs. Jcaslo W.
remains of Luclnii Farnhnm were
brought hoie from Puilington Saturilny
on the eleven o'clock train and tho rn
neral was held at St. Ann's Church, with
Interment In the Catholic cemetery. Mr.
Farnhnm leaves n fe, whose maiden
name' wns Eliza Lneliio. and who is a
sister of Gabriel Ladue of this place.
They were both residents of this town
for many years.- Mrs. Maria Irish died
Pilday nfter n long illness with cancer.
She was S2 years old and had In en a
resident eif this town for miinv vi-nrs.
The funeral wns held at the Methodist
Chinch at 2.W p m. Sunday. The Rev.
S. F. Cooley officiate!!. The Interment
was In the family lot in the village
cemetery. The annunl meeting of tho
Ni-e.dlework Guild will he held with tho
president, Mrs. c. I,. Kandi'ison, on Sat
urday afternoon. Mrs. Frlsble, mother
of Charles Friable', l.s vei-v Imv l i,..,,v
Caswell, who has been visiting his
parents, Mr. anil Mrs. A H. Caswell, has
reiurni'il to his homo In Manchester
X. II. A chicken-pie supper w1'! bo
seTveel at St. Ann's Clmnh Thursday
eve.nlng.-I3. A. Frost shinned bin ,lrm-
stock and household
bury Monday and he and bis fam'llv will
ho mure in a few days to make
inline. .miss Kiema Liidne Is
llngton at tho home of her
i,. i . l'lirnhniii. William
"""" "u"n '"nt Henry, went on the ex
curslun to Mintroal Satin dnv to viuit
111., ,1.. ....!... ,r..
... .....iHiiicr. i ne -nusy Hee-" class of
tho Congiegatlonnl Sunday school w
give a social at tho veatiy 'Friday ove-n-
uig.-.Miss iieiei, Mayvlllo s vlslllng h,
noiiiii.iiiiigi', .iass. .Mrs. Hoblnson, who
has been here for several weeks to as
sist ln caring for her sister-in-law, Mrs.
.M.iria irish. ri'itriteel to her horn
Giraiiil Isle Monday.
,i-cninnui rioming Parsons, son ot
.Mrs, nolle Parsons of this place, was
married to Alice Maria Athertnn nt the
home or the lulde's parents, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Cliailcs S. Athertnn. at live- o'clock
Monday afternoon. The cori'inony wns
perfoi mi'd In the presence, or only tho
Immediate relative's hy the Rev. C. C.
Adams. It. . Fleming nnd Miss Julia
Fleming of Chicago wero pte'Sont. Tho
brldo and groom left in the early even
ing for Montreal and various points In
Canada. They will ri'slde In Toronto,
where Mr. Pin sons Is engaged with a
granite concern. Hoth niv well liked
young people in this place.
Liiclan Paul Chapman, son ot Marvin
Chniminn of this place, was married
Friday to 1311a Uliinch, daughter of Mr
and Mrs. 13. D. Hailey, at Kcwnmi. 111.
Mrs. Chapman visited her two years
ago. They aro to ri'slde In Ponnsvlvnnla.
The opening of Lincoln Inn Monday aft
ernoon and evening was attended byabout
300. all of whom expressed themselves
ns much pleased with the attractive nnd
modern llttlo hotel. Tho Riiests wcro re
celvod by Mrs. D. M. Johnson and Intro
duced by her to tho host and hostess,
Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln. Music was fur
nished by an Edison disk mni'hlne loaned
hy the' Hailey Music rooms of Hurlliig
ton, Piineh and wafers were served I
tho dining room and cigars wero funii' ' I
costs with nn
law. I Hi a in
peace, ple aded
t" and costs.
guilty to In-
lined J." and costs
sentence by law
A. ttie regular monthly meting of the
city council three propositions for the
RtaV- armory which is to be r noted In
this city were received anil considered.
The site's niu the lot on Fede ral street, op
posite the Centia Vermont railway, ami
known as the foundry lot; the Hrown
property em Fairfield street, known .is
Rrown's sheds; and the so-called Colonial
Inn properly, viz: the lot facing Congiess
street in the rear of the Colonial Inn,
which races Hank street. A resolution
was passed nqu,. sting the state nrmorv
board to convene in ,hla city for the pur
pose' eif examining the- locations ollere'd.
The' following ollleers were elected Mon
day I'Venlng nt the meeting of Lakeside
Grange'. No. P. or H.: Master, 13. II.
Hiooks: overseer, J. W, Morrill; lecturer,
Mrs. 13. II. Hiooks; stewnid, S S llnsel
tnn; assistant steward, Herbert Ruseom;
lady assistant steward, Mrs. M. J. Has-
com: chaplain. Mis. C. N. Perelval: Mone
tary, Miss Jessie I.. T). l'erclvnl; tre-as-iiri'i-,
A. P. Soule: gatekeeper, Ira Wiilli-r;
Ceie, Mrs. .1. W. '.Mori-Ill: Pomona, Mrs.
George w. Cleveland; Flora, MIbs Klliel
Franklin county court, which ndjourn
ed si'Verul days ago ovrr election, le
couvened yesti'rday afte-moon at two
o'e loi'k. Judge Zed S. Stanton of Rnxburv
presiding. The first case taken up was
K. 13. Ilnlrd vs. the town of Bnoshurg.
M. II. Alexander of this city appenrs fur
the plaintiff and McFeeters and McFect-
eis of hnosburg Falls for tho elefeinl
unt. Charles T. O'Lenry, who sufferi'd tlu
spraining of both ankles and other Injiir
U'R when stepping from a train at New-
purl about four weeks ago, nnd who was
making good progri'ss toward recovery,
bus htilfered a ie!ai'e.
The' family of If 13. Tole of South
Priinklln bus been iiiiaiiiiillned for thr-e
wi'eks with th ease's of poliomyelitis.
The family wart released Octuber 2S.
Fred Towle, who was in the high school
here, bus partially lost the use of his left
arm. A iluiiRhti'r of Mr. and .Mrs. Arlau
Towle, ngi'd four yea is, Is directed about
the splno anil a son two years old has the
left arm nnd right leg partially paralyzed
Tnrreiieo Roehly, who has had chnrgu
of J. O. Kimball's farm for two ye'iirs,
lias inovcil to t lie so-called "church"'
fin in In Sheldon, which has been e'ar
lie'il on hy Edward Messier for two
years. Mr Messier has gone to the farm
of Hamilton Gilbert in I'alillcld. Hon
Janiln Davis has moved from the G. S.
Fassi'tt farm to tho Croft larm In Herk
slilri', which he has purchased. Prof. J.
M. Raiker of Huston University aei'iim
panled by Mis. Haiker spi'iit Suiiilav In
the home' of M. P. Perloy. Walter
Stevi'iis of Woodstock Is in town W.
L. Uifley has moved from the Laroo
tenement on Srhool street to the tone
ment over Marsh's feed store.-L. T.
Jelfords has move-il from tho N. W. San
born tenement on South Main street to
tho tenement vacated by Mr. Lafley.
William Tudol of Dunham, Que., has
moved to one of A. II. Mauley's tone,
mi'iits on I'cail sired. 11 G Mi now n
tin ned Thursday to his linnii' in in.
istcr, N II.. having speii I a week with
i- Me now at the h"in. of b. r inolher,
I. 'a ah UlddliiK- Mif. Murow him!
tinon at his home, em .Maple Pnrk. aged
?2 years. He hnd suffei-r.,1 with asthmn
for .'i.irs He was a civil War v.teian
nnd eifflecr of Pixbv Post, G. A. It.
Pesldes b'r .lfe. In Laves a slstei. Tho
Woman's Foreign Missionary society
met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. .1.
M. Jeffords. .Miss Jonnnti D. Croft ot
the Hiirllngton high school spent tho
week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mis
A. J. Croft.-C. E. Mudgett is out after
a week's conrlnemi'iit ns tho result ot
being thrown from an automobile when
n inn into the bank near Green's mill
The supper to be served by the
losing side In the recent trap-shooting
contest by the members of the Philemon
club was served Tiesd.iv evening ln For
esters' hall. The losers secured the sit
vlccs of the Laeilcs' AM society of the
Methodist Church, who furnished n ehieli.
en-ple supper -D. w. Ami s hns hod bis
dwelling house and faun buildings wired
Tor electric llzhts, the storage battery
system bring used. Mr. and .Mrs. W. 13.
nurt have retained to nnrllngton for the
winter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Rnskey hnv,.
been engaged to manage the farm and
flilrv for another year. Mrs 13. J Par
nie3e was In Rii'hfnrd Tuesday bv Invi
tation or the W. C. T. U. of that place
"no gave an address. The October just
pnssed was the- warmest slm-e 1!, when
Hie mean reading of ra.5 was the snme
The- normal for this station Is 47.3 The
highest rending wns so on the fth nnd
the- lowest was 21 on the 2Sth. The gre-at-'st
dally range wns 41 on the Ith. mil
the lenst wns six on t10 27th. R.iln to the
amount of 2 31 Inches fell on nine days.
The nveiagc for the month is 2. SI Inches.
Till' greatest amount fnlllng In 24 hour.s
wns .73 Inches on the 1fith. There wns a
trace of snowfall on the 2i:Ui nnd 27th,
Feig wns noted on the Nth, l!Hh and 20th.
Thunder occurred the 10th. The month
wns composed eif ir. clear, oeven partly
cloudy, anil nine cb.udy days.
.Montague elk-d nt tho
daughter. Mrs I Ioni
an early b,,r Thursilav
? Funeral services were held
lions, ,-,t in no . , Saturday.
.Miss Miuvuret Carrol has sold her farm
ti a Mr. Hull for J7,ii0, who will tak.
possession at once . n. Roonoy has sold
his farm to Kdward Sweeney of Merrick.
.Mass. If the weather permits and
thing else Is fav
lable the new Iron brldgu
e'ompleted In about two weeks.
.. J. l-oulo nl Sheldon was In
tiTdny on business.
Eelward Tinker of Johnson was In
town AWdnesdav. Cai 'InOTl Tlrilnl. lu
to JelTersonvllle. W est 1 1. v
Is HI. Vernon Whitney is
to P.lehrord. Mrs. Charles
who bus lie'en seriously ill, s
f-he Is being cared for by
nurse from Hut llngton.
I to her now home. The
will be knnwr berenft. ,
craft. They me; Frlrtav
Mrs. Mittle Stphen J
purchased springs on
Crowe!! rnrm. the right ti
vern rnnn, now owned iv
yea, anu nns piped nom the str,r,g it
Ills buildings and Is now hev. t r irelng
wnter nt the house and bnrn T'le S of
V hold a Hallowe'en soi-lnl nt G 14
hall Satlirdav evening.
While Enrle Welch, a surveyor from
Ilnxdwleli, was doing some work between
Morrlsvllh' and Woleott. leaving his au
tomobile hy the roadside, ne r Ctiri
TwNs' farm, a son of Mr Twins who
had never rnn an automoVc. .1
got It under h. id- av Tb i
machine crnsheel Into n hank ar 1 wni
prettv much smashed up.-n.irr l)H-'-ley,
who recently moved h rr- from
Ptowe after selling hts farm to E S.
Johnson, has purchnsed a farrr In Wor
cester. Mass., and is can-vlnc Is 1 ..j. -hold
goods to his new bom. ,Trs Mirv
Stone left Tuesday for ''-"-hi"-,
Wnsh.. where she will N- rr con,
Plorce Stone. Later she will go to
Medfnrd, Ore., where she wl'l spend thi
winter with her son nnd wife. Air an 1
Mrs. A. W. Stone. Mias A til- Thrn
of llnnlwlck came Morel. n
In visit of several days w
Hoyt. Fred Badger of s
l spent Tues-lay with h -
George Hadger. Charle.
smith, one of the friends
Mr. and Mrs. 13, J. Shnngtaw of RUh
ford passed Sunday at Hor.itlo J, wetl's.
--A daughter was Imiu to M, and Mrs.
II. 11. Rossler tuber 31 Mrs. Laura
Lumbra of Montgomery lll.ig,. Is visit
ing at the home of her bun. Homer
Frazler. Lawrence Rossb'r of Mont-
T e nter piiHse d Sunday at tho
home of his brother, Harold Hossler.
Mr. ajid .Mrs. Herb Kollev of Fast
Enoshurg vlslli'd nt the hmno of Mi
ami Mrs. Henry tUlvestcr .Siind.iv.-Min
"iti tin and two children of Soinorvlllc.
Mass e at Jule I'ushing's for an In-
Ruth Emily, 12-y.'nr-old daughter of
Fred Hoyden, Is veuy 111. The roll-cull
held at the Haptlst Church Saturday wns
well attended. Miss Emma Hoyden Is 111,
Mrs. William Caldwell, who has heeu
living at tho home of Mrs. Wilbur, dleil
the re early 'I'uesilay morning.- Dr. anil
.mis. .iciiiii' oi iiiiningion wero In town
Tuesday. Miss Heltba Truax of St. Al
bans is spending a few days with Miss
Alice Wooel. The Heiv. C. W. Clark will
prooe'h nl the Congri'gatlonal Church ono
nioie Sundav befoio going tei tho homo
of his son in Ilnrton. Mrs. 13. A. Cush
liian has been spending a few days, ill
Hurlliigton. Mr. anil Mis. Stllman Sweet-
re'r are moving Into the bouse nt the I
Cunter owni'd by Henry Mills. Mr nnd '
Mrs. HolchklaH and .Mrs. Horthn Hi'igln I
nnel son, Walter, have been In town for '
a few days. The quarantine has been I
lifted from the home of George Web
ster. Mis. Webster is much better and
KiTinlt Is Improving a little.
Mr. and Mrs, Earl Huavlns of .Mil
ton weio callers at tho homo of L. II.
Caswell Sunday. Mrs. Mable Austin
and her sister, Mrs. Emma Shaw of
East lllghgatc, are' visiting u few days
at the homo of Mrs. George Craft.
George' W. Craft returned Saturilny
from visiting Ills brother In South
Kgrenioiit, Mass Walter Haywood
hns moved to tho Curtis Hunt farm,
which lie recently bought,
tin has let his faun to
Young of St. Albans
Frank Hrady, who has boon visiting
In Uoston, bus returned home Tho
llrst I'lltei talnmciit of the lecluro
course, tin' Mi dclsseihns, was larRe!
attended -News has been received eif
the birth of a sun tj Mr and Mia,
T. S. Aus
.Mrs. Mary A Tobin, aged s years, who
had been In failing h. alth for sovei.il
inon'hs, died last evening The funei.il
will be held Friday afternoon at l:3'i u
the limisc J. n. Corliss has moved to his
farm, having renti d his village resldenco
to J. Ii. Ivlddi'r and K. P Smith has move
from his farm on the ItMig.ite Springs
reind lo tho Kidder pine., which he recent
ly purchased. The Rev. E. M. Snimon.
prlnclpnl of St. Mich. ii-l's College at Wi-
noosM Tor a long time', has 1 n appolntel
pastor of the Chuich ut the Natlvl" at
Swnnton nnel the Rev. John M. Iliriouet,
located here, has been trinsforred tr. St
Michael's. The Rev. E. Lahore. Is assist
ant pastor nt Swnnton. Miss Anna Wall
is Improving. The Adams Houso Is open
to the puhlic under the management of C
M. Chappel, who recently purchased th
property. Some of the- young people of
me e aiuouc i.'iitireli ale to bring out I
minstrel show and rehe-sisals have com
menced. Jnme.s F. Pierce, elected town
rcpri'Sintlve on the i publican ticket, l.s
u brother of the late Clark Pleicc, general
mnnatrer of the Rutland nnd when P W.
CI nieiit was pn sldeiit of the road. 'Mr.
Picric u.is born In Swnnton and has a
ways rcsldi'd here, hiving been connect
ed with the' St. J.'hnshiirv - l.ake chain
plain railroad sic c bin I el. He hai
bi'on the iig nt In ihnrgi- for many years.
GMRD ISLE COailTT
Howard J. O'Nell, who was elected rep
resentative' Tneselav has been station
agent in this tmwi fur th past 10 years
and Is well mil favorably known.
Charles Hrown has returned to his rural
elellvery duties nfter spending a few daws
In Hurlliigton, helping his family move
Howard nnd Iin Tudhope of tho Hurling
ton high school spent Sunday with their
parents. Mrs. Walter St. Onge, who has
been ill for a few days, Is able to sit up
a llttlo. The Rev. and Mrs. G. W. Turner
hold a young peoples social at the church
ISLE LA MOTTE.
Mr. and Mrs Charles Donnelly have
ridurned to Plnttsbiirgh after spending a
fi'w davs with Mr. and Mrs. R. E.Hough
ton. Miss Zurali J. Matt went to Hur
Himton Tuesday afte-r having spent two
weeks In town. She will remain In Hur
lliigton two weeks before starting for her
home In Seattle. Wash. Captain John
Montgomery N at home for the winter.
Holla Hill ictiirnoel home Tuesday for
ISt. Rock, hns purchase-el and
I a suitable marker for the -
M 11. nnardman. repul ' at,
nl town representatnve o.i tl
against E. A. Smaller,
I u oilcan, and A. G. Smnll.t,
Mr. and Mrs Ftank ."alk.i -of
n daughter, born Tuc 1
Work has been begun n-t . '
system or street lighting T!
been commenced on Wal-.e
Mis Ro.sey Hagan of Plt'-f.
an extended stay with hi r so
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hi-r
Peck of WN-o't was a ju.
her sl.s'.., nivl i nsband. M'
D. Hlekford. Mrs Howard St
W.dtiesilie Tt;e friends it !
Mrs. John Ferguson of 7to,
returned Wednesday after pay
days with her nephew an 1 nt.
Mrs. A. A. Nib's. Mrs. Ai.i i
The smoldering lire icmulning in thu
West Hranch Church broke out again
about two o'clock Saturday morning.
Several men who remained at the chun h,
fearing an outhieak, were able 'o checii
It without further help, u Is e-tlinatid
that the. dninnge to the church will
reach Jl.efA The building was Insurml In
tho Vermont Mutual for $l,ii0, Tho
(iro broke out Friday e'Vonlng after
smoldeiing In the basement, it is sup
posed, since Sunday when a service was
held nt tho church as usual In the after
noon. When discovered It npoeared im
probable that the total destruction of
thu building could ho nrpventeil. Tl.
timedy nrrlval and Iwiolc efforts of tho
lllugo lire company and a large num
ber of men rrom tho surrounding coun
try clucked the Humes after twei hours'
work. George W. Chapln has purchased
lor E. A. Kggli'ston thu houso on
Pleasant street occupied by Mrs. Jano
Doiibledny and sons and belonging to
tin- lntes Mrs. Newell Hlgelow's i'stnte
Miss .Mary Alger returned to Watorbury
Center Saturday after visiting her nunt.
Miss Jane Tomllnson. Mr. nnel Mrs. O.
M. Town, who molori'd to Cndys Falls
Saturday, were accompanied home by
Mis. Town's sister. M s. 13. R. Si'iiver,
and daughters. Mildred and Doiothn !
A representative of the Vormnnt i"'0 r "I''
Fire Insurance, company of Montpeller
wns In Stow.) Monday, when the In
surance em the West Hranch Church,
ilnmagcd by lire. Friday evening, was
uetjusteil at $r,00. It has not been eie-
j elded whether lepalrs will he maile at
jonce or In the spring. A son was
, born curly Sundny morning to Mi.
nnel Mrs. George A. Humhnm
The llallowe.'eii paity at the Unity
Church parlors was ludd Satiitelny af
ternoon and was well attainted. Miss
Beatrice' Pike gave, a Hallowe'en party
tei 111 eif her young friends at tho home
or her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A.
Pike, Saturday evening. Mls.s Doris
Laberelle gnve a Ilnllowe'en nnrtv in
about 30 young people at tho home or
hor parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Peter La
berdlo, Saturday evening. Thu liter
ary program carried out at the meet
ing of Morrisvllle Mountain Grange'
Saturday Included several events ap
propriate to Ilnllowe'en. and Included a
masked promenade.. i,-d by the master
and the witch, anil several games and
contests In charge or R. L. Chaffee ot
the social ooiniiiltte-e There was also
singing by the choir, recitations by J.
U. Campbell and Mrs. A. V. Hollis.' A
pumpkin pie lunch was served. Dep
uty A. V. Hollis. Mrs llollls, anil
Mrs. Charles Rand of Lunoille Grange
were present. Principal R. C Rey
iiedds of People's Academy. Morris
vllle, anil Mrs. Reyno'ils were (-nests
of Mr. anil Mrs. Handel C McMabon
Saturday anil Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.
Paul R. Kaiser havo returned to Stowe
nfter two years' residence, in Mont
pellor. They aro living in S. II. Kni
ser's house on Hrlelgi. street.
Among tho voters Tuesday wen- tho
two oldest men in town. liv rnn Him.
sell and S. W. Harrows, both nearly SS
lend both staunch democrats. Others
ovor 80 wcro A. II. Slnyton, Ellaklni
Dlgelow and X. A. Ablrlch. Mrs. Alice
A. Raymond, ono of tho
town clerks in tho Stnte, was on iiutv-
rrom six o'clock In tho
1(1 at night. A notlco hns been posted
o.v uie cieru ot tho West Hranch Meet
ing houso association notifying inom
Iwrs of the association and nil inter
ested in continuing religious services at
the church to meet at tho West Hranch
school house at 7:30 o'clock Thursday
evening, November 12 to consider
plans for repairing the church, which
was badly ilamngcd ln tho fire theie
Fiiday evening. Tho $000 allowed by
the Vermont Mutual Firo Insurnnoo
rouipnny Ih In tho h.i-.-s of tho treas
urer. Howard Thomas of f-'upor'or.
Wis., who spent a fenv day with hit;
fiiends in Stowe this wtk, left Wf-d-nesday
to Join his family in tho South
for the winter. .Mr. Thomas and fun
lly plan to come to Stowe to pass tho
coming summer.- -The Nirth Dakota
party of 13, enniprlaliifr their families,
who spent n wonk in Stowo looklmr
for farms to purchase, havo gon to I wc, Mrs' l" c nrlt' Mr' Frank vh i
North Wllllston. wheio they h.ivn ,i i "0, Mrs. A. J. Thonas nrd Mri. J F W
elded to piircluiNo what thoy want.
Frank J. Robinson has returned to
Malono, N. Y., after a week In Stowo.
Mrs. Robinson ronmlns hero on account
of the berloiis condition of her father.
L. A. Harrows. Mr. and Mrs, Harrows,
who aro both in feoblo hualth, havo
leeontly been moved from their farm
on wein inn lei tho homo of their
f ' .
w b 1 n
- n' 1 In -
el 1 wife,
Mr I Is
t s 1 '
S )' "t
Jericho cam Wednesdn
l.iughter, Mrs. Harry 1
Elmore. A special meetl'
i lass of the Coiiuri gatlo t i
be held nt the church F I I
7.:w.-Mrs. Alice Mowe r ' 1
elilldren of Sioux City. 1 . i
of the' former's Mster ai d
and Mrs Warner W Gt"
Ulalr. who suffered a fire':
slightly Improved, belnc a' '
and tall; a little Mrs 1' J
"on, Harold Fisher, are sp.
days in Hurllngton A votiiu'
dance will be held TrMr eye
wnrd Crowell's m w hal'-'t'-of
Miss Leuin I.anc Is lint t.-,
Tho Camp Fire Girls of the d '-ireg.,
tlnnal Church will hold a cN. nc' Pre Sn'
unlay nfteruoon at three ,, '. T i
I HUie Hints will meet next M'.ndi . t
jlioun nfteruoon after school The im
j W. E. Unker ".'III use for "1.- tbtn ..x
Sunday "Th Pubwny or the nivnil'
j T., Cemeteiv as'o.iat.'on ir. Tjcaiii
aiiernoon nt .he home of Mr arj Mrs
A J. Thomas. 35 rr."i '.bers aid "o visitors
be-ing preri-iit. After the niitn-ss m etlng
an ojvter supper was served v the- men'-
hers of tho CDmir.tttee for Novemii, wsi
v ' I
i !' asi
i th I r.
l.i.r h w '
t- and tw
- R les3
i. t i"'an
T-.S -ITi 1
d'ng 1 fe
r I. if"
ft', i1 In
II. W. Jackson or Worcester, Mass.,
spent the week-end In town. At the elec
tion Tuesday William Martell was elected
representative by a majority of 30 and V.
L. Hiiiiliuit was elected sheriff. Tho Rev.
Ralph Mix, a former pastor, Is visiting
here Quite n number from here nttend
cel tho n. E. S meeting at South Hero
John Mctlrldo received the election for
town repiesentntlvo hy a majority of M.
Arthur Robinson returned to Hoston Sun
day night nfter visiting relatives. Mr.
nnd Jits. W. G. Hainey of HurllnRton
spent Sunday evening at John Allen's.
Mrs Harold Harton and Dm Is returned
to Lisbon. N V. Mond.iv Mrs. Wluslow
White and son, Claude visited her moth
er. Mrs. Kli'd I'cti'C at lbi.t, eiverSuu-
il.iiighter and husband. Mr. nnd Mrs. O.
11. Adams, at the le.wor vlllnge. where!
they can mine I'eiiivenlently be enrod
for. The conilltlou of Mrs. A. D. Al
per. who has been HI for two weeks. Is
somewhat Improved. A daughter was
born this wi'ek to Mr. nnd Mrs. W.
Warron at tho Mary Fletcher hospital,
The high school sophomore nnd fresh
limn basketball tennis played n gamn lust
evening, the former winning by a score ot
11 to C.
Charles Hognn has returned from Pitts
ford, where he went to attend tho fu
ner.il of his father, John Hognn. Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Cheney and Mr. nn.l Mrs.
! H. Robinson went by automobile to
Rarro Sunday, guests while thero of the
hittor's elailgbtcr, Miss Lucille G. Rob-
inwm.-ur. nnel .Mrs. 13. H. Johnson of
Nnugatuck, Conn., were week-end guests
or the latter s sister and husband, Dr.
nnd Mrs. J. A. Robinson. Their son,
Harold JoluiFon, who Is attending the
X'niversity of Vermont at Hurllnftton,
came Fiiday evening for a short visit
with his parents, returning to HurllnRton
Sunday by ntitninobllo with Doctors John.
on nnd Robinson, who returned In re
Monday Mr and Mrs G. A Riutohs
spent S'liuhi' at Cambridge guests ot
OX.--L. S Mora, left fcr Tioxton Timfd.v-'
Fred Jacques if. in poor health Mrs. 1
S Morse an.l Mrs Ira Mors,, wero In Hur
llngton Tu -sday - Miss Lcht.i Hrown vra.i
at home from RurlliKttcn dv- Siiiio.ay
H E Reynolds van n'rrted - nnantn
Ray Golden la at homo from M irrlsvll'n
nnd will take charge of Hood s creamer
-Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Porter vlsitcl their
son, Ray, In Morrisvllle over Sunday
Mr. and Mis Mink Scott, who have boei!
Waiting Mrs 1311a Scott, returned to their
home In Quebec October ?.i O 1. Alns
iMirth Is repairing his re 'd n-c Ti' i
Rev. Mr Simpson ot Greensboro gnvo
temnernni c lecture at the Methodist 13p:
copal Church Sunday evening
.Mrs. Nancy MeLnnn of Jericho ni
been tho guest of her sister, Mr
Mlko DUon. 11. A. Hulkley spot t
Sunday at his home In nt rburj
13 G. GrenliT has been entei'talnli g;
his father nnd bruther from Richford.
Mrs N. A. Ilawley has gone' to Hur
llngton to have nn operation perform
e'd on her i'yes. W M Learnod eit
Mllford. Mass., spemt several elns
Inst week with his parents, Mr and
.Mis. .1. W Lenrned. Mrs Gaines hni
returned to Enosburg after spundlnR
two weeks with her ilnughter, Mrs,
Linus leavens. N. n. Hall of Bolton
spent Sunday with his family here -.
Miss .lun.i Hlnda of Huntington Is i.
guest of Mrs m D Young- Mr nnd
Mrs Frank Sheiman of Ludlow nro
iruests of S M Safford and M ss Hut
ti Hopkins -M C Shntluok of Hyelo
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