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HIE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS' AND TIMES; THURSDAY, MARCH 6, 1919.
ttst Churches of Esrex to Join w'th tho Methodist Episcopal Church In wcrshlp nnd In nil other gatherings and Joint ac tivity. The Orange illnner Tuesday waa welt patronized and the members of tho Orange wish to express their thanks to tho voters of tho town for their patron age. Tho Orange will servo a supper nt Orange hall this evening from 6:00 until 7:30 o'clock. Tho public Is cordially Invited to the supper nnd to nn evonlng of social pleasure. No cut and dried pro gram Is being published but a good time wll be forthcoming. The morning assem blies under the student management plan are special features nt tho high school twice each week. The program Tuesday was In keeping with the 118th anniversary of the admission of Vermont as a State to the Union. There are yet a few Vic tory Boys and Girls who have not paid up their United War Work pledges. A few days of grace have been granted nnd It Is to bo hoped thnt all the pledges wltl be properly met during this time. Phillip Gabareo has rented his farm to William Thlbreault and has moved to Wood's Island, St. Albans. Mr. Thlbcault has moved to the Oaboree fnrm. W. T. Hanlcy spent Sunday In Orand Isle. Miss Lillian Blxby, who has been Berlously 111 with scarlet fever, Is gain ing slowly. L. J. Blxby Is making quite ex'onded repairs on tho Interior f the Puffer house. Quite a number of sugar makers have tapped trees and new sugar Is on tho market. Fred Sweet, who has boon nt Chester, Pa., nns returned. Mrs. J. S. Allen is vis iting In Cloverdale. Plnns arc being made to make up a part of the time lost In the high school through quarantine. Probably at least two weeks will bo made up. So much lost tlmo has had a deleterious effect upon the efficiency of school work this pear, but high school work this past week has been much better than during the previous week nnd It Is hoped that tho usual percentage of promotions mny be made this spring. To qualify, students must bo present every school day and none but most urgent causes will be ac cepted as excuses for absence. Tho epidemic of scarlet fever seems to have lost its hold. No now cases have occurr ed In two weeks, the patients are alt doing well and only those who aro quar antined or are most timid are allowing tho fever scare to keep them away from school. JONESVILLE Frank Rlggs, 12 years old, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Rlggs, died at eight o'clock Tuesday evening after being In poor health for a year and a half, suffer ing from sugar diabetes. He had been confined to the house only a few days. The funeral will bo held nt tho Congre gational Church at Richmond Friday nt 1:30 p. m. Mr. St. John, who preached here several years ago, s visiting at C. B. Andrews, and calling on his many friends In this vicinity. Mr. St. John has been In Y. M. C. A. work at Camp Hancock. Katherlne Whalen went to tho Fanny Allen hospital Monday for a slight opera tion. Mrs. F. H. Chessmoro has returned homo after spending a week In Charlotte. HINESBURG The ladles of the Congregational Church gave a sociable In thho ves try March 4 with supper from flveo to olght o'clock G. M. and C. J. Smith have sold their farm to Clayton Carl and moved to Jonesvllle. Mrs. Evelyn M. Drew has bought the Landon place In tho village and deeded t to Chi ui and Cora Hubbell for her maintenance nnd care during life. Floyd Woller has moved to John Bradley's farm, which he will carry on. John Brad ley, Jr., will carry on George H. Bur rltfs farm and Mr. Burritt will move to Burlington. Miss Antoinette Bar ker, who has been at the Mary Fletcher hospital for tho paBt three weeks, came home Thursday. Word has been received by Mrs. Harry Strong, that Harry Strong, who Is stationed at Bassenhelm, Germany, Is not In good health. The Woman's Home and Foreign Mis sionary society of the Methodist Eplsco- ' pal Church met Wednesday. Dinner was 1 served at noon. Tho flvo months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Irish, who died Friday of pneumonia, was buried In Charlotte Monday. Harrison Owen reopened his meat market In the north end of the village March 1. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nicholas Hathaway are tho parents of a son, born lust week. Llt tlo Clinton Bostwlck has pneumonia. Mr. Saltus has moved from the Sever anco farm to the Fred Bushey house, and George Blssonette has taken pos session of tho Severance farm. Mrs. Mary Butler Is coming back to live In her home, south of the village. The funeral of Dr. John Fay Miles was held yesterday afternoon at two o'clock at his late home, the Rev. Allan C. Ferrln of St. Albans officiating. The bearers were: C. W. Pierce, E. C. Mlllham, George Love, William Andrews, Guy Tobey and ' Roger Lyman. The business places were closed during the service. Those from away who attended included Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ray of Shelburne, Mrs. Anna Degree and Miss Hilda Degree of Bur lington, Dr. C. E. Ferrln of Burlington and Mrs. Robert Penney of Mlddlebury. The body was placed In the Miles family vault In the Hlncsburg cemetery. j CHARLOTTE Bert Vlllemalre Is moving to Wllliston, where he will carry on Mr. Thompson's farm the coming season. The Rev. and Mrs. F. W. Hemingway left February 26 for their new home In Brooklyn, N. Y. The house of John Lucler was acci dentally set on fire February 26 by children playing with matches. The blaze, however, was put out by Miss Eva Lucler and Ada May Aunchman. William Deshaw has rented Bert Vlll mare's house. Wallace Coleman has moved to Shelburne and will work for John Tracy the coming season. Mrs. F. II. Chessmore, of Jonesvllle, was called hero last week by the death of her brother's wife, Mrs. Henry Williams., Miss Bessie Dow, of East Charlotte, vis ited Mrs. Eugeno Shortslecves, Jr., lust week. Lloyd Tucker, of Burlington, was a visitor In town last week. The Ladles' Aid met with Mrs. W. II. McNeil Wednesday afternoon. The community farmers' meeting, held by the county agents Friday evening, was very well attended and a Boys' Poultry club form ed. Representative and Mrs. J. S. Wil liams are at home. Their little boy Is 111 with measles. Thoro will be a poverty dance with basket lunch nt Library hall Friday evening. WEST MILTON A daughter, Barbara Jean, was born February 26 to Mrs. Mildred Blake Camp bell. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Sanderson at tended the oyster supper at Georgia Plains, Wednesday. Max Mears was at home over Sunday from his school In Swanton. Miss Rosalie Granger has been the guest of Miss Helen Mahoney of West Georgia for n few days. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Sanderson were Burlington Visitors, Monday. Mrs. Joey Sweeney and son, Leonard, are spending a few flays with her parents Mr, and Mrs. Levi Bweeney. ST. GEORGE &awrenca Welllnger went to Montpeller Thursday to attend a reunion of the 1917 Legislature and banquet, Thursday evo nlng, returning home Friday, Mrs. Wal ter Osborne and two daughters, Marlon mnd Dalle, of WlllUton Visited at tha hnma of her parents Wednosflay.-R. H. North spont tho week with Mr. and Mrs. Eugeno wag In Burlington Thursday. Ropresou- Shortslecves on the Mutton Hill rond. tatlve Earl Ayer returned from Montpo- Miss Margaret Lanchnn has returned Her Friday evening after passing Frl- from n week's visit with her sister, Mrs. day In St. Albans on business. Miss Jen- Bacon, on the Mutton Hill road. Farm nle Williams attended a birthday party for ers hnvo not tapped their sugar orchnrds her cousin, Charles Miles, In Wllliston yet. There was n smart run of sap Sun Thursday evening. Robert Horr has re- day from trees Handing out In tho open, turned homo from a visit of n few days The body of the llvo months' old child In Burlington. Mrs. David Flnnesy of 0f Mr. and Mrs. Charles Irish, of IIIiics Shclburne visited her sister, Mrs. Kato hurg, was brought hero Monday morn Purcell. Thursdny. nK from Illnesburg for burial In tin, Tno license vote for this town should have read No 17 and Yes 2, Instead of the other way, as appeared yesterday. SHELBURNE The Ladles' Improvement society of ls nt thc ltomo o jirs, jenn0 Fny.-Wll-the Methodist Church will meet with nm Decker has moved onto tho Can Mrs. Harris Maeck Thursday afternoon, farm. -Mrs. John ' Cameron nnd Delia WESTFORD. Tho Ladles' Aid qf the Community Church will meet for dinner with Mrs. Ray Lewis on Tuesday, March 11. Mr and Mrs. Henry Atherton and family have moved to the village Into the house formerly occupied by Clark Paige. The Rod Cross society recently sent away 40 shirts, eight pairs of socks and one hel- met. A son was born last week to Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Munson. Mrs. Mun- son Is at the sanitarium In St. AlbanB. -The L. A. Bates farm has been rented 'o a Mr. Towle. The Wltherwax fnm lly, which formerly occupied It, will move In with Ralph Wltley on tho Ma comber farm. cmiTtl DITDI IwrTHV MJI'IH HI 'KL.1INI' I Miss Helen Gordon spent last week wlth her sister, Mrs. Rao Mlllham. Mr. and Mrs. George Kennedy of East Shoroham aro moving to the home of Mrs. Ellon Comstock and will carry on tho farm. Miss Inza Fraser was an over-Sunday visitor at her homo In Hlnesburg. JERICHO CENTER An event of unusual Interest took placo Friday evening. February 28, at the t niX..1 a 1.1 v,ii ...1 !,. f,i.nHa of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Packard, from Un- .W,U convene at noon. A bright serv rtH,ui nnrf .triM, rfnmrH in oin rM. cc.of worship and song at 7:30 p. m. - - , C " - cbrate their COth wedding annlversnry. In the early part of tho evening Lohen grin's wedding march was played and was led by Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Powell, at tho close of which each couple stop ped to extend congratulations. Appro priate remarks were made by the Rev. S. H. Barnum, F. G. Pease and E. B. Jordan. Later In the evening refresh ments were served after which dancing was enjoyed, music being furnished by Miss Potter, George Blcknell and Mrs. Lena Rice. Before leaving, Mr. Powell ,lhZnH ,Mr- B"d J1"' With a " reelplenui of flowers In e. olor ap- proprlato for the occasion. All departed """""- "" 'T. ard many happy years together. Mrs. Julia Bates, of Westford, Is tho guest of Mrs. I. L. Thompson.- Bert Been haB rented his farm to Fred Parks, of Bur lington, and Mr. Beers will move to Montpeller. Miss Laura Blcknell. who has been seriously 111, ls Improving. The rmCm,berS ?' ,lhf, COne!Cr 1,nal Church will meet at the parish house irdZ ""l' BT" ,?CCf '"'.j; bo "The Efficient Maintenance of the Work of the Church." Tho Rev. C. K. iSiPC death of Mrs. Frank M. Hosklns, which took place early Sunday morning. Mrs. Hosklns had been seriously 111 for a number of weeks and had been falling since the death of her daughter over a 3-ear ago. She was the daughter of Barney and Sarah (McClellan) McLaugh lin and married Mr. Hosklns In 1904. Be i t 19 t- nirn inn urao ina nniiirnrai rr . sides her husband, sho leaves a son, Ken neth and a brother, Albert She was a member of the Congregational Church and had been a teacher In tho Sunday-school; was active In the Ladles' Missionary so cieties and Interested in all church af fairs. The funeral was held Wednesday afternoon at two o'clock at the house. Tho Rev. S. H. Barnum officiated. JERICHO. Herbert Hutchinson attendod the ox- rcprosontatlve banquet at Montpeller tho past week, returning Friday morning. her right hip last Sundily. Her daugh Mrs. E. W. Oakes. ot Woodstock, and ter. Mrs. William Prior, of Burlington. Is Horace Stevens, of St. Paul. Minn., were caring for her.-F. P. Tlllotson returned recent visitors In town. Mrs. Pettio and homo this week from Burlington, where daughter. Mrs. Estella Algcrs, who havo he has been taking treatment at the been spending several weeks in Greens- Green Mountain sanltarlum.-MIss Hazel boro, have returned home.-Mr. and Mrs. Knight was called homo from her school George Prentiss, of Norwood, N. Y havo in New Jersey by the serious Tlnnss of been called home on account of tho so- her father, D. W. Knight, whose con rlous Illness of her mother, Mrs. Louis dltlon Is slightly Improved at this writ Paradee. Mrs. Sleeper, of Wlnooskl, is Ing.-Mlss May Willard, of Burlington Is caring for Mrs. Paradeo. ErneHt Gomo, passing a few days with Mrs L C of Milton, was In town on business Fri- MacGlbbon.-A few of the farmers tnp-day.-Gabano Ballastia and Charles 1)e( their sugar trees Monday and report Keith were week-end visitors in Barre.- a flno run' of sap.-Mrs. C. E. Ayer was a Luther Stevens, who is at tho Sparhawk vlsllor in Burlington last week. Mrs. sanitarium for treatment for heart trou- G. W. Batchelder, who has been ill, Is ble, ls not so well. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. , better. S. E. Humphrey has linlshed work Tompson, of Northfield, wero recent vis- in Boston and returned home. Mr. and ltors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Mrs. A. Malone, ot Springfield, Mass., Hutchinson. Madam Perclval, who has aro stoplng at Hotel Sinclair. Mr. Ma been In poor health tho past few months, onc (a to open a KaraKe and rcpalr sll0 is falling fasL-BurUm Beers has rent- wlth p, j, Klng wlo formerIy ,,,,, back. cd his farm to Mr. Parker, of Burlington, smltli work.-Mis,. Mabel Wakctleld, of and will move to Montpeller where l.o Burlington, is visiting her aunt. Mrs. C. has accured employment with tho Haw- K. Aycr.ThP vv,,lto broth! havo tak. lelgh company.-Warren Paradee has re- en G. H. Benedict's sugar orchard to run turned from Franco and Is at the homo this sprlng.-L. D. Moulton and family at of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Par- trndcil ,ho Boldcn wcd,nff of M d adee-C. E. Davis of Wolcott. Is mov- Mrs. S. M, Packard at Jericho Center Ing In with Mr. Porter and family and last week.-Mrs. Victoria Thorp who has will work there thu coming season. been In fulling hiw l. I .. Ill .U . ...laa .fy j,iiiciii in (juilu 111 tll!l luil- silltls nnd there will be no school In tho Intermediate room for a few days. Miss Rena White Is confined to her room by Illness. The Lottie Ufford lAirTa BClliulburd ' Advc,lt m,n""er fr Burlington offic.at ,n mL Pasy Buz! ' ho -rv.ees.-M.ss Myrtle McClo.. meet at the home of lllUkCUUf tlllVIIIUUU, .uisb filling UU.- n ....i.i t.. c,..j... t. ' Saturday afternoon. Refreshments wero served and a nice tlmo was enjoyed by nll.-Orlando Joy, of Hyde Park, was a recent visitor of his sister, Mrs. Harriet Kinney, who Is In very poor health- Clement Perclval Is assisting his father. Charles Perclval. at tho statlon.-MIss Florence Day. who has been quite ill with neuratela thB nasi fnw dav Is ubln Mr. and Mrs. Jed Prior. In Burlington. EAST CHAR .OTTE The Wide Awako Mission Band meets at the vestry on Saturday afternoon when the children's mite boxes will be opened. A meeting of tho Bo'y Scouts was held Tuesday evening at their club rooms at Charlotte Ccnter.-EUury Lltch, who has been employed by tho Hart brothers as farm hand for two years, has moved his family to Lincoln, where ho will carry on tho farm belonging to his fathcr-ln- law, Burt La Roso.-Mr. Edwards, of South Charlotto, has left his farm and has moved to Burlington. Mr. Brooks. of Bristol, has moved to the Edwards farm.-WIUIam C. Hayes, who has car- has been 111 with pneumonia, is gaining JiTJortK- n Jl . I''thlB" Mt' Blowly.-Wayne Prior was an over-Sun- n(1tl fl00ldI.,h n fI W ",e danco HU i.h, o. .i, i i.i hcl1 ' tt'elr hull February 28. Th si. rled on the H. R. Wooster farm for tho Varney and son, Fred, who havo been last year, moved March 1 to his own HI tho past two weeks, are gaining slow farm on the main road, which he bought ly.-S. D. Warren spent three or four davs reccntly.-Charlcs N. Martell, of Milton, of last week caring fof Mb brother-ln. moved March 1 to the II. R. Wooster law, who Is very 111 T w Cadv and farm, vacated by Mr. Hayes, which ho 1't" sister, Mrs. Carrlo Loggons who have has taken for the coming year. Edward bce HI for two or three weoks remain Carpentier arrived ut home Saturday, about the same. A trained nurse Is carlnc having been honorably discharged from for them. b the training camp, Edgewood arsenal, I An Important meeting of the local Con Maryland. Dr. Arthur L. Eno, who has fc'regatlonal Church nnd society has been been at his home In town on a short busl- called for Friday nt 7:C0 p, m., nt tho honie ness trip, left Sunday evening to return William M. Barber, clerk of tho so to Troy, N. Y.-Ulae Barf- - niaty.-Ptans nre being mado to comp.ete Catholic cemotery. MILTON I30RO. Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor wero In HI. Allmna. MondrtV. Mrs. Thomas Shonn Williams spent Sunday nt Goorgo Lonv bard's. Catheryno Howard was an over Sunday guest nt Brooksldo farm. Mrs. Dukctt has returned from Fairfax. Mil dred Goodwin is spending the week In Fairfax at the home of Sydney Gordon, Mildred Evarts spent tho week-end with Mrs. R. E. Bullock. Mr. and Mrs. Hobart Richard and son, Harry, and Mr. and Mrs. John Shcan attonded the funer- al of Frances Klnny at Petty Brok, Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. A. Ornifter and sons, Glenn, Loon and Lester, spent Saturday night at R. E. Bullock's. MILTON Francis B. Kinney, nn nged resident, died at his home south of Milton Center 'early Saturday morning. He had been n falling health for several years. He was In his 80th year. Ho was In Com- H;ly B of tho Vermont Cavalry In tho Civil Wnr and probably was the last one of the company left In town. Ho leaves two daughters, Mrs. Delbert Sibley of Barre and Mrs. Edwin Sibley, who lived with him at the home place, and several grandchildren. The funeral was held at his lato residence Monday afternoon at I one o'clock. At the Methodist Church on Sunday morning tho pastor will preach upon "Tho Acceptable Time." Sunday school TTll H nrl 11 . n (i i ,1 1 w. .... I'lnj-i .till luiiinc UlUt-iiiifr Thursday evening at 7.30 at the Con gregational Church vest- . Sunday, March 16, will be "Go to Church Sun day." Town meeting passed off very quietly with only a small attendance. James Gough was elected moderator; L. D. Latham town clerk and treasurer; Edwin Sibley selectman for three years; John McMullin auditor for throe years; Georgo S. Allen school director for three years. The selectmen wero empowered to net rnnH miu.t,, 10 that om"! the- also wee mde ove I electc( constable an(3 collector, The ,lccnafi Karl Phelps was elected library trustee. A community farm bureau meeting will tie held In the rooms over Kennedy's store March 7 at 8:00 p. m. Boys' and girls' club work will bo taken up by S. C. Painter; "Planning Dally Meals" by Mrs. Harrison; "How to Reduce tho Feed Bill," by County Agent Peaslco. Mrs. Ja3 Wagner and Mr Beri " Brown o Swanton wcro reccnt , lof M d J- B. Wagner-Allen Wlmblo has received his discharge from the army nnd is nt his home In this place. Mr. and Afr TT;irr. 11.. .n r- ! Mr. B.rS Harry Tlrcnan of the navy Is spending a few' 'F r ! Miss Elizabeth Kennedy of Burlington Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Kennedy, and will go soon to Washing- ton wi,ore she has a position In the war . department. William Martell has moved to Essex, where he bought a farm, and Gates Brooks has moved to tho McMul- Inn f 1 r.l rvi ni 1... If. T - ! I , Mr. Dcvlno nas mUd to tl ' firm vacatC(1 by Jlr Brook3 UNDEKHILL Miss Myrtle Almeda McClcllan, daugh- tcr of Mr. and Mrs. McClellan, died Frl- day after a long Illness, aged 23 years. Besides her parents, sho Is survived by threo sisters. The funeral was held on Monday afternoon at one o'clock nt her late home. Mrs. Martha Church fell and Injured .. . .. . " "! IIHV med Jebruary 28 nt tho home of her daughter, Mrs. Ella Reynolds. The fu neral was held Sunday afternoon with Interment In tli vlli , ,. i , ... . 0,1'y daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frnl 'TV,!""' lMl 1?l4,l'r "lw " " v"" '"'nza. Miss Model- , ',ear" f, ng0 ,umI, lH ""-vlved v,'' T," .an,Vlhr,ee 1'rot""- "onry. ' tl0,t r ' Y.h 'i'V,5 the s '!athy '.""J f Ymeral ,?.e" 'w A',1'0 ''""J6 0,1 ,'thI"tfee"t(i,lt cl7"dale.TI,c Pyth- ltt" blBte wcre entertained Thursday h f n WILLISTON On Saturday evening at eight o'clock Miss Annie Caswell, daughter of Mr and Mrs. C. D. Caswell, and Howard Merrill son of II. C. Merrill, weru united In mnr- rlage at tho parsonage by tho Rev II G Banks. A few Immediate frlendB were present anil refreshments wero served following tho ceremony. Mr nnd Mrs Merrill left town by auto later In the evening, Mr. Lundervllle. from Burllnirton visited his parents last Suml.fy Frank Mctcalf has taken Chare, . Johnson's farm for the coming year takl Ing possession March T-iil n ernoon at tho homo of Mm n m tho financial canvass for tho coming . . 1rtlW1lltll(U . ,.... "u' next nun- day afternoon. Tho large part of tho pledges aro already In hand and those who havo not pledged are to bo Invited to do so then. It Is desired to secure tho payment of all current peldgcs for nil church purposes on or about April 1.- "Tho Material Vnluo of a Church" will lio the pastor's theme on Sundny morn- Ing nt eleven o'clock U the Community ,nuii;ii. wmci to nits uay an usual. Sunday school nt noon and Chris- tlan JKiwcuvor meeting nt 7:00 n. m. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Merrill aro spending their honeymoon trip In Boston. RICHMOND B. E. Douglas, who has been at a camp In Now Jersey, has received his discharge and returned to his home, Miss Eva Berry, of Burlington, was at tho home of her parents over Sunday. Tho Misses Ada Hodges and Kdna Pettl bono havo returned from Barre, where they havo been visiting friends. William Towers, of Chicago, Is spending somo time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P, . . .,...,. . 1, L. Towers.-A "forty-five party vas he'd at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rhoads Friday cyenlng.-W. B. Hodges. who has been with relatives In Massa- chusetts during the winter, returned Sat- uuiti welling tiuu tint nifciiu bui if uinu with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Pnw.M M,. and Mrs. J. W. McGarghan have returned from aa few days' stay with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. O'Byrno In New York city. O. E. Barttett left Monday evening on a busi ness trip to Boston and Providence. Master John Cunningham, who has been visiting his grandfather, M. Murphy, tho past week, returned Saturdny to his home In Dorchester, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Douglass and eon, Kenneth, were the guests of Mrs. Douglass's father. Mr. Ferguson, In Burlington, over Sunday. The meeting of the Loulso M. Smiley Circle of King's Daughters has been postponed one week. Mr. and Mrs. A. Rivers were called to Wlnooskl Friday by the serious Illness of their son, who Ib attending school thoro. C. E. Sabens has been visiting his son, Richard, In Al bany, N. Y for several days. Richard Burke, of Burlington, was among the visitors In town Monday. There was a good attendance at the dance given at I the New theater Monday evening. HUNTINGTON Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Drlnkwatcr are vis iting friends In Starksboro. Harold Swln ycr Is ill with the chicken-pox. J. G. Fuller has movod Into the N. C. Spraguo hoube, recently vacated by Clayton Carl, who has moved on the farm he bought of C. J. and G. W. Smith. Tho mid-week prayer-meeting was held at the home ot Mrs. C. J. Norton. Madeline Miller spent tho week-end at her home here. Word was received Sunday of the death of J. W. Johnson, of Bristol, a former resident of this town. Mrs. Wallace Benway Is visiting her' daughter In Rutland. II. A. Truax was at his home over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Johnson and Mr. ind Mrs. B. E. Morrill wero In Burling ton recently. Tho Missionary society will meet with Mrs. B. F. O'Brien Thursday. WEST BOLTON The dance at Grange hall Friday night was well attended. Mrs. H. Gregory has returned from visiting relatives and friends In Waterbury.-Angus Tomllnaon, u ouymuur, uonn., wno visited his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Tomllnson, last week, has returned home. His son, Ralph, who has been staying with his grand parents, accompanied him. John Smith was at home from Underbill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bartlett, of Under bill Center, are visiting their parents, Mr. ai'n.MrS' J" H" Smlth--Mrs- J- Tatro and children nre spending a few days with her mother, Mrs. E. M. Gilo. The Misses Irene and Vivian York and Mrs. Lewis Lntullppe visited MIsh Marietta York In Jonesvllle Sunday. G. R. Gilo was in uurungton Monday.-Mrs. P. C. Locko will entertain thc Ladles' Aid and Will- ( Ing Workers societies March 12 ! franklin Count ST. ALBANS Dr. Mrs. urace Blierwood nnd her mother, Ralph nlph Sherwood left Friday for Plnehurst. N C. where they remain for about six weekB. r na Ma ov. a nradimlo nt (h. morning expect to suss Elvlna Malloy, a graduate of the Brattleboro hospital, and head nurse at tho Sherwood sanitarium, will bo In charge dur'ng Dr. Rt erwood'H nb-en.-e News has been received of the death of Miss Marllla Elizabeth Swett, which occurred at the home of her brohter, lr. William Plummer Swett, at South ern Pines. N. C, February 24. Miss Swett was a former resident of this city. Sho was a member of the house hold of tho late Hon. and Mrs. Herbert Bratnerd, acting as governess to the children of this family. Guy G. Burnell, who has Just received his final discharge from the navy, after his 10th trip on tho transport Agamemnon to Brest, Frnnce. has returned lo his home on South Main street. Mr. Burnell made eight trips during the war and two feinco tho signing or the armistice. The report of Dr. W. B. Arnold, city health officer, for February shows a total of 21 cases of communicable diseases dur- Ing the month, 20 of scarlet fever and one of diphtheria. At present there aro 12 cases of scarlet fevor, which Is a do- cruase of about 50 per cont. from the number at tho beginning several weeks ago. There were 14 deaths In tho city during the month. .irs. i.stner aiarsna, wno underwent an operation nt the St. Albans hospltnl threo weeks ago, has returned to her home In Enosburg Falls. Sho was accom- ..nni...i i ... l. .. .... iiiicu nor uu(iiici, .miss wmiraa Marsha, night sujiervlsor at the hospital the last few months, who expects to re main with her mother about two months. Tho Rev. S. W. Anthony, who has been overseas several months with tho Y. M. C. A., landed In New York Sat urday morning and telephoned Mrs. Anthony of his safe arrival. Mrs. Anthony left this city for Now York Saturday evening. A daughter was born to Mr. William O. Campbell of Milton February J6. Mrs. Campbell, who before her mar- Cllve Qulmby, who was d member of the original Machine Gun Company, 103rd Battalion, 20th Dlvls.on, has been chosen I ..no of th 100 American soldiers to do uieseruKcr Durvitu ui nmenenn peace cominibslon. Ho has been In Paris since tho nrrlvnl of tho peace commission. Ho received this honor after ho had recov ered from pneumonia contracted while at the front In tho last big drive Dorothy, the 16-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kimball Chynuwoth of Lincoln avenue, died Monday morning at 7:30 o'clock affer an Illness of three months. Tho funeral was held at the houoe Wednesdny morning, the Rev. D. O, Guest officiating. Tho body was taken to Barre on train No. 2 for burial. Besides her parents, the deceased Is sur vlvcd by ono brother, who Is a student at Cornell University, miss Chynoweth camo to this city lust September to enter the sophomoro class of tho high school. Miss GladyB Strong, who for several months, was employed by the United Statos food administration for Vermont, apd who later acted on the start of The MeHscnger, has so"0 Montpeller, where she has scoured a position as stenographer In the office of the State department of agriculture. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Loo Nevlns nt tho St, Albans hospital Hunday morning, i MImm A 1 1 fn Tfnnriatt ttt lTaltu ' vfc Ft " wno line been nt tho St. Albans hospltnl the past few months, has returned to Enosburg Falls, whero she will bo nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. V, A. Irish for a time. Miss Kendall returned to tho hospital here about 10 (lays ago from Montreal, where she was In tho Royal Victoria hospital a few weeks. Her condl- tlon Is somewhat Improved. George E. Hull and MIbs Pearl Kcllott. ooin 01 mis city, wero married nt me vestry of St. Luke's Episcopal Church Saturday evening, tho Rov. George W. Smith performing the ceremony. Tho couple was attended by Miss Sadie Kellett, a sister of tho bride and Earle Cameron. Robert Davis has recolvcd his final mscnarg" from the service at Camp DuvonB " has resumed his position as manager of tho Oroat Atlantic Pacific Tea company's store hero. News has been received of the mar riage of Miss Nellie Wlnlfrod O'Neill, tlnughter of Mr. and Mrs. John O'Neill of Harkncss, N. Y., and Thomas J. Smith, son of Mrs. John Smith of this wnicn iook piace ai hi. uainer- 1no.a churrh. ninJnnviit. r v ruary "6 The Ju;era, or Mrs A1t;o ,CoadlnB) Hodge, wife of Gilbert Hodge of South Main street, who died nt her homo Tues- uay even I II tar of RtrpntnrMn Infant. nn will ZJL "'Fll J"?"?"' W " two o'clock the Rev. nTn .TL of the Methodist Episcopal Church of- Relating. The body will be placed In the is " "wum uavu iit-cii i years om April o - ....... . . 4. Besides her husband, she is survived h-oro music and rending followed. A by three children, Dorothy, Marjorle nnd B0- tlmo with dancing and cards was Frederick; one brother, Fredorlck A. enjoyed by tho Masonic bodies at a so Codding; and by her grandmother, Mrs. , -'al -n banquet hall Friday evening. Re Allce Miller, of this city. freshments were served. Mry. E. J. Par Mrs. B. S. Hogaboom died Wednesday molee returned Saturday from a few morning at 7:43 o'clock at the, home of her son, James Hotaboom, on the Shel- don road. The funeral arrangements havo not been completed. Mrs. Hoga boom Is survived by one daughter, Mrs. C. D. Powers, of the Kellog road and six sons, Arthur, Jamea and John of St. Albans, Seph of Claremont, N. H.', i Harry of Bellows Fulls and Howes, who Is In Germany with tho American troops. John Lowell of this city was arraigned before Judge Nathan N. Post In the city court Tuesday afternoon, charged ' ...nt, l.r.it. . . V-,. . - .. i . ..,v uiavil LI 1 U iJVUUe ttllU UKKritVillCil assault. He was sentenced to serve not less than tlve months and 24 davs and not more than six months In theHouso of Correction at Rutland, and costs of $10.65. On failure to pay tho fine and costs, his sentence will be extended 30 days. He was taken to tho House of Correction Wednesday morning by Deputy Sheriff J. B. Alfred. W. M. Rugg of St. Albans Hill has pur chased the Sullivan farm of Mrs. C. E. Sullivan. The consideration named was J9.000 for farn and stock. The first official act of II. M. Drennan, tho new mayor of the city of St. Albans, after taking the oath of office late Tues day afternoon after the election had been declared by Mayor H. W. Ballard, was to re-appoint Chief of Police J. F. Mahoney and Patrolman P. T. FItz- 1 , Ml . . . Bcmiu. ine lerran oi tnese two men expired Tuesday and It wns necessary tor the new mayor to act immediately, The appointments are temporary as con- firmatlon by the city council Is required, A "P00"" ot 1,16 "ew council. v-ums irom ward live be Inn thn only new member, ls subject to call of Mayor Drennan and ho said that prob ably It will be held this week. SWANTON The records In the adjutant-general's office In Montpeller hhow that a Swanton boy, Corporal Leonard A. Lord, was the first Vcrmonter to be killed In action. Corporal Lord was the son of Samuel Lord, enlisted In the 103rd Machtno Gun Battalion of the 2Gth Division and was killed on April 12, 1918, after nearly nine months of service overseas. I Kendrick Ralph of Mount Carmel. Conn., Is the guest of Miss Olga Smith. Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Allen are passing a 1 week In New York. Miss Belle Donnan 1 passed the week-end with friends in jknosburg Falls. Jack Smytho, who has I been expert accountant at the Rem.ng- ton U. M. C, for several months. has been called elsewhere.-Mrs. James Mar - tindale Is seriously 111 at the St. Albans hoopltal.-Tho Shakespeare Club meets lis nftarnnnn wllh r- m u..ii , mi Hiiernoon wun airs. is. is. uullard. ZZ'u IlrtB.m?n Mo",ref1 pa?,led week-end with Mrs. Borden.-Chaplaln Arthur Rtnun wno V, A&i. i , ; . " ntCh ,:"u Buat oi his "dating both at Swanton and Hlghgate n Sunday. Chaplain Stone sailed Wed nesday from Boston for a year's service it Guam. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Webster .nd Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Bradley left Sun lay night for New York city, from which placo they sailed yesterday for an ex tended trip to South American points. Swanton went wet by 47 votes the bal- lots being 1S0-133. John P. Rice was1'1" lwu ,veeKB' na8 "turned to his elected school director and D. R. Donald- son, selectman. The town voted to give the selectmen the right to appoint the road commlssloner.-Mlss Martht -fhhnt returned Monday from a few days passed nt her home In Maiden, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Flint aro In Chelsea, Mass., called there by the HlneBs of Mr. Flint's mother. Mrs. F. D. Lapelle Is out after a several week's Illness, mT . WCCT JfllJuJuWIiiSl Mrs. John Monialth. -hn i in nt dropsy, Is falling rapidly.-Lewls Bodetto is seriously 111 at ihn hnme nf i,u ther, Joseph Bodette.-Miss Delia Austin of West Enosburg is visiting her bister, Mrs. W. J. McGrall.-Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Rushford were recent guests of Mr nnd Mrs. George Foster of East Hill -Mr . . . -. . . .. ana .Mrs. unancs i'oote vlslttvl at Horace Rushford's, rccently.-Mrs. Joseph New- city is visiting at Joseph Bodette's. Austin McGrall hRs nn ewe that gave birth to threo blnck Iambs. Mrs. Ezra Blair of Rlchford and brother. William Bashaw of South Rlchford, visited their mother, Mrs. John Montelth recently Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Jacobs nnd fnmlly have been visiting Charles Paronto - Mr. and Mrs. Rayo Jewott and family visited relatives In Montgomery Center. Sunday.-Mr. nnd Mrs. A. W. Ordawny and grandson, Robert, visited at Fred jeWetfs ono day last wcek.-MIss Dlatha Murray and Gordon Barnes were also guests at Mr. Jewetts.-Mr. and Mrs Harvey Rushford nre visiting nt Charles Rushford s. BAKERSFIELD Elizabeth Smith Is visiting -her brother In Fletcher and friends in Essex Junc tion. A few of tho farmers of tho town have started sugar making. Mrs. Aldrlch and awo children of Lyndonvlllo arc visit ing her sister, Mrs. O. A. Field. WEST BERKSHIRE At the annual town meeting, held Tues day, the following town officers were elected; Moderator, C. A. Hull; selectman1 toT throe years, Luther Kinney; lister for ,tiree yrs. wero; coneiaoie, a. c. Derby; overseer of poor, A. C. Derby; school director, L. B. Larabce; auditor, C. A. Hull; road commissioner, W. C. Johnson, A. W. Paxman; trustee public money. C. A. Bowen; treasurer, C. A. flowen: clerk, C. A. Bowcn; town grand Jurors, C. A. Hull, R. H. Pond; town agent, C. A. Hull; treo wardon. Charles Ewlns; license vote, first class, yes S, no 63; fifth class, yes 9, no 47; tax voted 3.45. Tho following resolution, called the "Good Roads Resolution," was adopted; "Resolved, that the eeloctraen appoint a mmtttil. flint ll.rt D(ileitm.n umnlnt i ' " - . ",'1 - uny in .iuiio next, caned goon roads day. when nil public spirited citizens of tho town will gtvi? a day with teams, If they liavo teams, fice of rhargo, under tho supervision of tho solcc.tme'n, for tho Im- provement of the highways In town."- Mrs. W. H. Armstrong- was In St. Albans Monday to consult a doctor about hor arm, which was broken somo time ago. People In this community were very worry 10 near m mo ucaiu or uaviri Grant of East Franklin, which occurred Monday morning. Mr. Grant had many friends hero and will be sadly missed by all. C. A. Hull nnd Kenneth Wetd re- turned to tholr duties at Montpeller Wednesday, after tho town meeting va cation. ENOSBURG FALLS A very pleasant surprise wa sprung on tho Rev. nnd Mrs. W, Ti. Dilkashlrc Friday evening when It was disclosed that the object of the soclnl by tho threo adult classes of tho Sunday School In thc home of M. P. Porly wni to present them a sum of money as a free-will offi- erlng by tho church. After some musical numbers and a reading by Mrs. C. O. Aboil. S. S. Hall madn the nresentatlon which was of cash and checks laid In a book with the tltlo "Song of Love" by uiuiiihiuhui iiiu fmuum ui wio contribution wa not nnnn.mM h.it wnB Henry Drummond. The pmount of the understood to be 76. Mr Dukeshlre was completely unnerved, hav'ng only had It Intimated that ho would bo expected to days' trip to Burlington whera she visited 'n the home of her cousin, L. A. Walker. Friday evening she spoke at a meeting In Milton. Mrs. C. F. Rawson and daugh ter, Mary Elizabeth, wero In St. Albans Friday. Mrs. .1. H. Burns of Rlchford passed a few days last week In town.- Jtrs- Charles Marsha returned from St. Albans Saturday where sho had been In the hospital n few wpoUb following nn operation. She Is much Improved. The Rev. Stead Thornton of Montgom ery, will give an address In tho Methodist Church Thursday evening In thft Internet nt ihn rcnlonuru - w ' J 1 F W" R0)1 finished putting In the 8UPPlJ' of lc for the village, Friday. i aeoree Hognn of St. Albans was In town on ousmess, .laiurouy. A son, Carleton Wonson, was born to Dr. and Mrs. II. D. Hlnman, Friday. Mrs. OHn Merrill returned Saturday from a May of a few weeks at tho home of her daughter, Mrs. Roy E. Strohecker, who Is recovering from an attack of ptomaine poisoning. Miss Mao Kimball passed Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Perley. Orlaff Holden of Belmont, Mass., who registered hero nnd was recently dis charged, arrived In town Monday and la a guest In the home of OHn Merrill. Town meeting passed with but little frlctlon. The articles on whether the town would vote to pay the house and light rents on the building used as a sanitarium struck a snag and after some discussion wa passed over. A very pleasing variety was the num ber of ladles present. The percentage according to number eligible was In i favor of tho women. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Roble and daughter Miriam went to' Franklin ?.! '.- days' visit with Mrs. Roble's s'ster, Sirs. Howard Horskln. Miss Rule Kimball, who has been In Bellevue hospital In New York city a few months, has re turned and entered the St. Albans hos pital, where she Intends to finish a training course aa nurse. She passed a few days with her mother thin week. Miss Aura Kendall, who has been In -St. Albans and Montreal hospitals a few months past for treatment, has returned here and la with her aunt, Mrs. V A. Irish. Mr. and Mrs. An drew Porter of Rlchford passed a few days last week among frlonds here. Mrs. H. H. Budd. Jr., and son, II. IL Budd, third, left Friday on their re turn to their homa In Snrlnirflalii Mass., after passing a week In the home' of II. H. Budd. F. H. Downey from T. 1 ! V. V. . . i- . , . Hor In town Mondav.Mr T mm'. er and daughter have returned to St. , a bans a fter Zf . 7.. wltn Mrs Miller's parents M an r, u udd -Mrs. H E Towle o "south "- lOWie.Ot bOUtrt Vrr.r,uiit. ,i.im j i... L. H. Pomeroy. who with Mr. Pomero'y was in St Albans Wednesday. H. Z ... ' ' rairbanKs was in 8t Albans Mondav. WEST ENOSBURG. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Savage visited Mr. Savage's mother, Mrs. Ella Savage, In East Berkshire Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ovltt visited at the home of E. W. Lnplant at East Enosburg February 24. Ell Wetherby of Hlllwest, who has si " ! B' uron wetherby. I , J"8, 5J"'wa' ' L!L "f Mj!?u nome. entertained a few home Tuesday. The "'",u" ? 11,0 P"naay anniversary oi Mrs. Morway. Mrs. C. A. Craig Is passing a few days In Lowell, Mass. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Spencer were In Bromo. Quo., last week to attend the funeral of a sister-in-law, Mrs. Fred Spencer. Mrs. Charles Austin and Mrs. Fred Ovltt visited at the home of ElmuV Kelley. Thursday. Arthur Spencer lost a valuable cow last week. Ezra Austin of Berkshire visited his son. eharlni . AtiBtln, Suudav I FLETCHER -v, . . , mo"e' rec,vo for ,no '"""rr iwwn mMt,nB day w111 s twrd the ceractery Instead of tho Red Cross as stated .... work. Mr. nnd 1rn. .lnc.nh T L ; "-a..i ,yc. rc,un"u art" spending a few days In .Montpeller. Mike Boozan returned Thursday night from Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Jose Leach, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Call and Mre. E. E. Tinker spent several days the past week In Montpeljer. Ralph Carpenter has re ceived his dlhchargo from the army and has arrlvod home.-Some of the formers have commenced sugarlng.-Ernest Blanehard of Cambridge is working ut Ira Grecn's.-Mra. Harold Stebblns and .mm ui wiuoiuii, mso, are viniuug ai the homo of her brother, Perley Evans, -Frederick Chates Is working for Cojt Tinker. EAST FRANKLIN D. A. Grant's condition remains i practically inle At-. . . TJ I. n.lll. Ua w.u.u ui ui.uiui',1 i. I..., .i ..'.n"cr. ; Mrs. E. C. Ellbworth.-H. R. Olmstead j wns iqwrated upon Thursday at the St, Albans hospital. Ills symptoms teem favorable. Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Olmstead wcre at the home of E. W. Olmstead Thursday. E. II. Chamberlln and E. W. Olmstead returned Thursday evening from St. Albans, whero they had accom panied 11. It. Olmstead to the hospital. RICHFORD Mrs. 1! I. Livingston has gone to iirookllno Mass., where she will visit ,.t th home of her mother.-At the closo 0f the mld-ycar examinations nf the rtlchford high school the following Is a statement of ranking pupils. All students are expected to earn at least 16 points per half year. These pupils havo earned J 20 or more; Class VI, Mae Austin. 24.SG; nerti,a C. Elliott, 22; Kntlmryn Ollbcrt, j,. venia Pntton. 21.8; Geiiuvlovo Miller. I !Ii2: Alma Wilcox. 20.0. CIiiph IV, Oamnn j Chaffee, 25..M; Dorothy Thayer. 22.8; t nessle Hltrhcoek, 22; Clair Uideu, i0.s; j Codrcl Combs, 20.15. CIui.b III, Doris VAMa II m. n..t. ....... ma. i . ..I I II": I , !.W , 4Oin AUB11I1, M.t. tnhnrw. nf. ri.n niitwn vr. lnhop f31' (C,cne Bllllnga. CIen Comings, 2L7; Dwlght Drew, 21.6: Louise Read, 21.60; Hattlo MaAJtlstor, 21.3,1; Beryl Llbbey, 21.16- Norrls Bashaw ,,..,. n n,..MI , ' lmmon" W0"' J)-S(i' Margaret ulllnss, 20.8; Asa Llvlngaton, 20.l. Clasa 11, Emily Anderson, 22.53; Mahlon Taylor, 21.53. MurJorlo Dewlne 21.12. Private Edward Wilson, son of Mr. and Mm, George Wilson, who has recently returned from France, and received hla discharge, from Camp Men-It, Now Jersey, during the past week, returned I to his home In this place Saturday I morning. Private Wilson was badlr I gassed In action last April. John Dlxson and Boardman Bosworth of Burlington were guests at the home of Mr. and Mm. H, II, Comings over the week end. MONTGOMERY The toplo Sunday morning at th Methodist Episcopal Church will be. "snl me.wono" owning, "The "en"lr Jesus. -Mrs. 11. Mougo and Ba."' ura'un- WK-ena with son, relatives at Newport. The Rev. Stead l1'""10" '8 w.ay U'l?.WClk 1" oentenanr a lv. i. . . . A,bans "Pltnl. Is reported much Im- ...in. a n.ci JJUII, WHO IS &L HL vtn'l".Ma2!,r. h" moYed ,nt pV" .n 'enT at te hotel at MontsWar c'0Xr.-Arden LaPlant haV moved Into employment with the Trout River Co. Kenneth Cassnvant ls very 111. Miss Geratdlne Downey has been very 111 for two weeks.-Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Swan wero in Rlchford. Monday. Harley Thomas haa gone to Boston to work In a Woolworth store. .EAST FRANKLIN D. A. Grant, who has been critically 111 with pneumonia and complications, died Monday morning. The fimeial was held Tuesday forenoon at the house. Mr. r,ant 13 survived by his wife, threo children, Clarence, Delbert and Marlon, his mother, three brothers, Charles of Fairfield, J nelson and Everett of West Franklin nnd one sister, Mrs. Emmett Weld of Berkshire. Mr. Grant hud lived here about 14 years, driving tha stage from here to Rlchford for elglu years, he then bought the Mullen fern. He was an active member of the Methodist Church, a very regular attendant at all church services. E. W. Otmstend was In St. Albans over Sunday to see his father, who Is at the hospital. E. II. Broe u il Miss Marcla Broe were at East Bei U shlrc, Saturday. W. O. Salt'ord Una moved back from Rlchford Mlsa Florence Rooney has returned to SU Albans. FAIRFAX A delightful evening was spent Februa ry 26 at the home of F. W. Sheiards,)ii, when his friends aMd neighbors to tha number of sixty aud upwards, met to congratulate him on the elghty-thlnj anniversary of his birthday. Under tha nanagement of M. J. Hopkins, principal of Bellows Free Academy, an informal program was rendered, consisting of f ongratulatory and remln'scen" n-l-dresscs by the Rev. E. Sanderson, A. B. Beeman, Mrs. J. S. Howard H. D. Shepardson and others and singing by ncmbers of the Baptist Church choir, (f which Mr. Shepardson has been leader Jiiore than CO years. Mr. Shepardson wa; taken wholly by surprise and icgretted that he- was unprepared to entertain thu crowd, but when a ,..indsome five pound box of chocolato and a beautiful bis birthday cako with ST blazing canrUcs were presented him, he felt that the lack wns supplied. Ice cream and cake were erved and after refreshments a general y of oV-tln.p h"""ns and songs were enjoyed. Mr. Shepurdaon's only child, i'amile Alfred of Burlington, was present. Mr. Shepardson Is a remark ably well preserved man. He has been one of the trustees of Bellows Free Academy since that Institution was opened. Ho also has the whole care of ,h9 vlllaS0 water system which is owned uy Dciuiwn r reo rtraucrny anil many a stormy night when the villagers aro lost lu slumber Mr. .Shepardson and "Hilly" to the pumping nation In the rain stop roily wa The Rev. ........ to stop the pump that there mny bo no ater pumped into the rescrvol. S. S. llrlgham also pa.ss-ed i' A eisniy-mira oirinuay a lew nays a o. The tlrst annual banquet of thu li ,lon Christian Endeavwr society, took iila hi the Methodist Church vestry Friday Tables seating weve decora jed In ! pink and green with attractive menu cards, toast lists, and song lerlets at eacli plate. Amusing choruses m honor of various members wero frequently sung as well as familiar mcliilts. Tho toast lUst Included a dozan hncakers. al of whom spoku with fenthuslasni and three special musical numbers were given. The banquet lo tho outcome of a red and blue ormtcst begun two months, ago In which points wero scored for at tendance at nnd liai'ttclnatlon in meet ings and oliurch t-erviees. The reds led till tho lait night when tho blues shot 20 polnlH ahead with a total score nf ?!? points. The reds,, as a penalty for lo -Ing, served thc banquet. In a plinMiv; manner under the direction of tlv v. i- ' tain, Miss .Maude Cowan. The ,0"l was started In November , i.ii holm meetings alternately In thi (. tliodit nnd Bapttat vestries A coni'niiiilty f.h x will b) held In B. F. A. hull at 7 i.. Thursday evening. March o A shoi t j special program will be given followed ny n numuer ot songs by rll iu-t.ytnt. U ' hoped this will lepd to rn'i'i" cot munlty sings In the future.-Tho Ladle Village Improvement .society ecned dinner aa usual on town mectlnir dav . , . ... . . v.. u. ancparunin ana ..iiss Hel i Shepardson, who him. liven spending thu winter In Colorado with friends, are -pected home Hum neck. The l'n Christian Endeavor society will hul'i i "poverty social" wii.i Mrs. ni .Mclendy at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. ,lol-!s Rogers Saturday evening. Tho rvjrular monthly business meetlntc will l h-ld tit this time. Mr. Sheuardsim will rn-n o.. young people to .Mr. Uuci-ra wi'h lila truck.-Mrs. Mltcli-'ll, Mist U'cu Mitchell, Miss Cowan and G. H. I.nwton were among those who islled Burling, i ton, Saturday .-Mrs. John Vincent his gono to tho St. Albans hospital for treat- menl. The Ked t'rops society will meet Thursdny nfteriionn for work with Mrs. W. II. King on South Mrcet. J. n. sim.i.i' and M. E. Shedd wern in lltiriininn Saturday. Tho former ltMll.llnol nt l.a I. .. . ... . nofpuni tor treaiinout. .Miv,. it c Bal- laM Konnoth Ballard spent tha week-end In MiiriJngton. The following t.n. iiiTOI., ,, t,l Tuesday; Moderator, D, Stewart; l.ffn ..l.lplF II TI 1 ann town cierK, u. 11. Lawvu,. , director tor tnreo years, c. lr-artrsn; trustee ueiiows Free Academy for 0110 year, C. II. Brush; trustee Bellows Frco Acadnpy for two years, G, L. Butter; trusteo Bellows Freo Academy for Ave years, II. I. Goodsell; lister for threo years. D. J. Stevens; selectman for threo years, G. L. Butter; road commissioner, first district, George Drlnkwiuc; road commlnsloner, second district, 'Benjamin Chcrrler; overseer of poor, I. W. PnrrlB; collector of taxes, G. T. Rooney; town treasurer, G. H. Lawton; auditor for three years, C. E. Goodsell; grand Jurors, I. W. Parrls, Oeorgo Gillian; constable, K. Parrls; trustee of library for flvo vears, Miss Abblo Kendeld; voted tax of 2.50. Miss Cecil Reynolds hus gono to Burlington to attend Business College. (Continued on page 0