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THE BURLINGTON FREEPRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1919.
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Miss Edith Cham berlain went Saturday to Burlington to visit her mother, who Is 111 from the effects of an operation for the removal of a cancer. Arthur Eagan, .who recently returned from over seas with the 26th Division has re celved his discharge and la visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eagan. Friday, while Edward Kram pltz was assisting in unloading a dy namo from the express wagon at tho Sheffield Farms milk plant, the machine overbalanced and fell, crushing him to to ground. He luckily escaped with a badly bruised hip and arm. Announcement was made Sunday at St Peter's Church that a mission would bo held the week beginning with May 18 by the missionary band of Springfield, Mass. Senior honors In tho Vergonnes high school have been announced as follows Miss Caltia Field, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Field of Ferrisburg, first: Henry Jackman, son of W. H. Jackman of Walthnm, second. Mrs, Emily Latote, who has been caring for her sister. Miss Louise Price, has re turned to Lowell, Mass. Mrs. L. M. Pearsons, president of the State W. C. T. U spoko In behalf of tho Jublleo fund at a union service Sunday evening at the Methodist Episcopal Church. Tho offering taken at the close of the serv ice wilt assure tho local union of being able to raise its quota of $75. Capt. and Mrs. Robert McCuen have returned from a visit to their farm In Bridport. Mrs. M. L. Pearsons of Orloans, Stato presi dent of the W. C. T. U who gavo an address on the million-dollar Jubilee fund at the union service at tho Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday evening, was a week-end guest of Mrs. E. A. Leo, Mies Nellie McKnlght of Newark, N. J who has been vlHltlng her Bister, Mrs, C, P. Jarvle, went Friday to Burlington to visit friends. Mrs. Manum of Bristol president of the county W, C. T, U., at tended the union services at tho Metho dlit Episcopal Church Sunday evening, and was the guest Sunday night of hor cousin, Mrs, Mary Scott. Keith Bylngton who has been ill two weeks at the home of his parents In Charlotte, has returned uid resumed his Btudles at the Ver gennes high school. Tho annual meeting of the Missionary society of tho Congre gational Church of Ferrisburg will bo held Thursday afternoon at two o'clock with Mrs. B. W. Collins. At a meeting of the official board of the Ferrisburg Driving association It was voted to hold an agricultural fair at the Driving park this fall, iluto not yet determined. Tho first race meeting of the season will be held Saturday, Juno 28. Secretary Charles C. Field says the prospect for n successful season aro most assuring as the number of horses In sight far exceed that of any year since the olub was organized. Ferrisburg is planning for a baseball team, equipment hns been ordered and a practlco gamo will bo played Saturday of this week to select players. Dr. D. J, Carroll, who recontly received an honornblo discharge from tho medical department of tho army at Fort Oglethorpe, Ga will give up his practlco hero und movo to Rutland this week Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W. Norton, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Dalrymplo, tho Misses Iluth Stebblns mid Florida Myers went Monday to Ituttand to sco the flying circus under tho auspices of tho national Lib erty Loan committee. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murphy of l'oultncy aro guests for a fow days of Dr. and Mrs. D. J. Carroll, Mr. Murphy was recently dis charged from tho 302nd Field Artillery of the 161st Brigade. Mrs. Alice Wyman has so far Improved from hor recent Ill ness as to be ablo to bo out on the piazza Monday. Private drover Uago of the lC4th Infantry, 20th Division, who is visiting his nunt, Mrs. Frank Sears, of North Ferrjsburg, called on friends hero Monday, E. L. Ingalls of tho extension service of tho University of Vermont is working In Ferrisburg, Vcrgcnucs and Waltham this week with Suporlntendont H. A. Farrar.-Wcsley Murdock of Mlddlebury was In town yostorday on business con nected with tho New England Tclephono company. Capt, John Connors of tho Halnbow Division Is In Now York and Is expected to bo nt tho homo of ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Connors. Tho con tinued rainy weather Is delaying tho mak ing of gardens, tho sowing of grain and general spring work on the farm. Tho Vcrgcnncs city band held a danco last evening at City Hall and tho proceeds will be devoted to tho buying of now Instruments. News hns been received of tho birth of a daughter, Jeanetto Louisa, May to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hughes of Maiinsvllle, N. Y. Mrs. Hughes will be remembered lis Miss Loulso Wood man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Woodninn of Wultham. Frnnk Domino of tho 302nd Field Artillery, who was In France 10 months with the A. E. F, and who served on the St. Mlhlel sector, Is at his home here. Obedlah Claude Allen, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Duane Allen, has enlisted for four years In tho U. S. navy. He has gone to Newport, R. I where he has been assigned to tho medical de partment. Miss Florida Myers has re turned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. Matthew Monoguc, of Rutlund. Alder man John Dnlgncault has sold his house on North Maple street to, Charles Douglass of Addison and will give posses sion June 1. Mr. Dalgneanlt will move to the house of his mother on the same street, which he recently purchasod. Mrs. P. It, Stewart, who has been visit ing Mr. and Mrs. John Gravollo, has re turned to Mlddlebury, O, H. Sherman of Burlington wns In town yesterday to at tend a meeting of the directors of the National bank of Vergcnnes. Charles Torrey of Burlington visited his family hero yesterday. Udward Hondeau has re turned to Itutlnnd after a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos ltondeau. NORTH FERRISBURG The estate of the late Lydla A. Ball, conslKtlng of about W acres of land with house and barns, has recently been sold by H. S. Ball, administrator, the west side to Alson Donovan and the cast side to F. N. Sears. The Red Cross branch will give a wel come home sociable to the returned sol diers Thursday evening at the church parlors i seven o'clock. Everybody welcome. Mr. Norton, chairman of Ad dison, county, will bo present and give a talk on his Boston trip, where he saw tho 2Cth Division on parade, and Miss Meigs, tho county secretary, also will bo present. No charges will be made for tho supper. There will bo a tree planting Thursday afternoon nt Green- bush school at three o'clock In memory of Robert Sears, who lost his llfo In France. Everyone is Invited to be pres ent. Mrs. Norman Selllck, who lives on tho East Mlddlebury road a mile and a half from this village, met with what may bo serious uccldent. She came to tho village with some milk which she was taking to the plant of the Addison County Dairy company and when near tho plant made an attempt to pass a team that was ahead of her. In so doing she was tipped over and thrown to tho ground. Sho picked herself up and with tho aid of help soon on the scene man aged to deliver the milk and return to her home. But on arriving home she commenced to spit blood and Dr. S. S. Eddy was called. So far as .known there aro no bones broken, but It is feared she Is hurt internally. Joseph Caron, an employe of tho Addlhon County Dairy company, was at work at the plant Wed nesday morning, aiding In the getting out somo Ice when ho made a misstep whllo on the top of the ice-house and fell a distance of about 20 feet. He struck on his head and was picked up in an unconscious condition and taken to his home on South Main street. Dr. S. 8. Eddy was called nnd after a care ful examination It was found there were no bones broken, but that ho had In jured his left shoulder and his left side. It Is thought he will be able to be about again soon. Mrs. Cellestia Eaton, who has spent tho winter In Leicester, has come to town and will make a stay of indefinite length with her son, Pearl 11. Eaton. Roger Hlgglns of Arlington is making a visit to his uncle, John Hlg glns, landlord of The Addison. Mr. and airs. Robert G. Foster have returned from Sudbury, where they have been on a visit to Mr. Foster's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Foster.-Mrs. Anna Tottlne- hani of Brldport Is hero to visit her brother, Charles L. Parish. Charles M Reynolds nnd John Plckel of Plattsburgh, N. Y., and H. H. Oordon and Jnck Slmonds of Boston have arrived In town and havo obtained positions. A. N, McQulvcy left yestorday for Twin Falls, Idaho. On tho way he wilt stop at Stamford, Conn., to visit his daughter, Mrs. Leeds. John Lowell, who has car ried tho mall for two years, has resigned his position and gone to work for Hart well Myrlck. About 25 of the relatives and friends of J. W, Murdock of Pleasant street cave him a birthday surprise party Tuesday evening In honor of his 37th nnnivcrsary. Tho evening was sncnt with music and so. clal greetings. Refreshments were served, among which was a hugo birthday cako decorated with lighted candles, mode by his wife and cut and served by Mr. Mur dock. Tho party was a genuine surprise, as he was unaware of any such event until they filed into his home about eight o'clock. Captain T. G. Chamberlln, first battalion, nntl-alrcraft artillery, who saw a year's service, spoke on tho League nt Nations to n crowded house nt the town halt Tuesday evening. Ho was one of the men who recently madoa trans-contlnon- tal tour speaking on League of Nations In company with former President Taft and President Lowell of Harvard University. Whllo ho Is In town, he la tho guest of Mlddlebury College. The century de- tury department of the Women's club held a meeting at the home of Mrs. L. J, Hath away Wednesday evening, The meeting of Addison Encampment, No. 27, 1. O. O. F will hold a meeting In their hall Mon day evening next at which time, ths Initia tory degree will be conferred. WHITING Irving Denton has been discharged from tho 302nd Field Artillery In which he saw Borvlco on tho western front and arrived homo Wednesday. Miss Bucklln has recovered to a great extent from hor recent serious accident, Mr. Pcrrlor is seriously 111. Mrs. Frank Woostcr. Mrs. F. J, Malzard, L. A. WebBtcr nnd the Rev. Fruncls Malzard attended the Con gregational conference at Salisbury Tues day. O. Myatt and family of Brandon are spending a few cloys In town. Tho Misses Wells aro lllr-Mrs. Robert Woo Bter Is 111. Phonnor Vail and family re turned last week from Florida, whero thoy spent tho winter. Mrs. Harrison Baldwin returned from New York Sat urday. Several from here wont to Rut land Monday. Mrs. O. Watte returned to Barro Saturday. C. Flllon has purchased an nutomobils. George Labounty has been til but Is Improving. MONKTON RIDGE The Friends' Quarterly meeting will bo held In North Ferrisburg, May 10 nnd 11. Frank Preston has returned to Rutland, A. N. Green has sold his farm to Glyn Parker of Mlddtetown, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Eddy visited Philip Eddy nnd family in Hlnesburg. Tho W. C. T. U. met with Mrs. Jnnette Barnum Thursday.-Mrs. F. C. Shlverotto return ed Friday, from a brief visit In Rutland. Her nloce, Hazel Preston, accompanied her homo. A. H. Bown has purchased of A. N. Green, his stock of merchandise, nnd will conduct a storo at his home In East Monkton. Louis Shepard has re turned from overseas, has been dis charged from tho army, nnd In at tho homo of his father, James Shepard. Mrs. Carrlo A. Chamberlain, nged 68 years, died Friday at tho homo of George Walston, where sho had been employed as housekeeper for sometime. Tho re mains wcr0 taken Sunday to Starksboro, her former home, where tho funerol and burial services were hold Sunday ufter noon. Miss Julotta Barnum Is homo from Lincoln. ORWELL Maud Btackmcr, Blanch Barcom and Lou Ella Phelps went to Rutland Friday to nttend tho Vermont Girls' meeting. They were chaperoned by Miss Margroto Monger. Dr. Cummlngs, of Tlconderoga, N. Y., was In town Friday to consult with Dr. Sargent In tho casos of Mrs. Charles Spauldlng and J. O. Raymond. A. C. Pluo has been supplying for the past week on R. F. D. route No 1 for Robert Ryan, who has had a weok off, Mrs. Mary (Doucharmo) Banister has been homo from Burlington for the week past. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Stedman wcro In Brandon last week Mr, and Mrs. H. A. Hall returned from Boston last week, where thoy spent a week with friends. Mrs. M R. Brown camo homo from her brother Wilbur's on Sunday, Improved In health. C. H. Lewis is quite feeble. John L. Jones, of Shoreham, spent a day In town last week. Tho foreign depart ment of tho Woman's Missionary society met Wednesday with Mrs. E. E. Young. Charles LaFoy nnd family have moved to Shoreham. Miss Irene Slrd has re turned to Castlcton after a week with friends here. The monthly business meet ing of the Y. P. S, C. E. was held on Monday with Mr. and Mrs. F. E. LUIIc. Independence Lodge, No. 11, held a regular meeting last Tuesday. W. B. French Is repairing the Lavery house. John Stevens was in Peru, N. Y., last week. Tho new cheese factory is com ing on wellt Miss Alice Warren Is at homo from New York city. HANCOCK Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Robinson started for their home In Colorado lust week. Mrs. Charles Roberts was called to Randolph the first of last week by the illness of her son, Mol vln, who has pnoumonin, but is better now. Mrs. Henry Manning, Sr., and son, Volnoy, visited her daughter, Mrs. Charles Stoddard. In South Roy atton last week. Henry Manning, Jr., has moved from Warren Into tho south end tenement of Robert Claflln's house. Mrs. Olive Flint and grand daughter, Blanche Byam, from Bethel visited her brother, Loren Spencer, and sister, Percls Andrews, Saturday and Sunday. Elwln Scott and wife from Barro were week-end visitors of ther parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wal ter Scott. Joseph Caswell has moved his goods to Ripton. Mra J, W. Al drlch and children were week-end visitors at her brother's, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Church. RIPTON. Mrs. Perry Campbell Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Douglas, In Shoreham. Mrs. Hattle Beeman of Richmond has moved here and Is keeping house for her father, J. S. Chandler. Tho Rev. W. It. Morryer preached a very ac ceptable sermon hero Sunday. He Is moving Into tho parsonage recently va cated by Grant Hodges. John Hous ton of Mlddlebury was here the first of the week on business. Mrs. Julia Mills was in Mlddlebury over Sunday. Roy Burt has returned from France and has been honorably discharged from tho army. He was wounded and in a hospital In France six months. Gardner Goodroe is home from France and honorably discharged from the army. J. S. Chandler, who has been boarding at Maplo Inn for three years, has returned to his own house and ex pects to remain there. Mrs. Ella. Selim of Albany, N. Y., recently sold Maple Inn to Penrl Eaton of Mlddlebury, who sold it at auction to Charles Cook for $090. Mrs. LaFrance, former proprie tress of Maple Inn, has vacated the premises and gone to visit her daugh ter at Mount Holly, Grant Hodges moved Into the house vacated by Mrs. LaFrance the first of the week. WALTHAM Miss Ruth Wright attended tho Y. W C, A. meeting held in Rutland last week. Harriet Lee of Ferrisburg is visiting her aunt, Mrs. P. W. Otis. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Danyew aro visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Danyew. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Wheelock and little daughter of Vergennes spent Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wrlght.-Mlchael McCabe moved his family Into Frank Tucker's house last week. Miss Helen Otis is re covering from her recent Illness. The N. C. club has postponed Its meeting this month indefinitely. Miss Ruth Wright is Improving from her recent Illness. The town has over-subscribed for the Vic tory Liberty Loan. Mrs. William Piorson Is recovering from her recent nervouB at tack. The N, S. club was entertained at C. W, Ward's Wednesday evening. Miss Emma Fuller, home demonstralon agent, was present. ADDISON Several Indies attended a meat canning demonstration a few days ago, conducted by Miss Emma Fuller at thehome of Mrs. Arthur Piper. Frank Wood and Arthur Adams are 111. Mrs. Andrews Is 111. There was a well attended grange meeting Fri day evening. Degrees were conferred und refreshments served. Another class win bo taken In soon, William Hurd, who has been overseas for several months, has received his discharge and Is now nt his slBter's, Mrs. Waldo Clark's, Mrs. Fred Hilton of Boston Is the guest of her sister, Mrs, Waldo Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith wont to New Haven Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. H. C. RoBcoe, who died Thursday at a hospital In Burlington after a several months' illness. Mrs. Roscoe was tho grandmother of Mrs. Smith. SOUTH STARKSBORO. The Rev, E. J. Mender bus finished his labors here as pastor of the Friends' Church and went last week to the homo of his daughter, Mrs. C. A. Eno, in Bur lington. His scrvkeH havo been highly ap preciated and his many friends are sorry to have him leave. Robert Y6ung lost a valuable young horso Suturduy night by its getting hung up In tho stable. MIbb Zlta Lafayette spent the week-end with rolatlves In Bristol. Floyd, young on of Mr. mid Mrs. Nicholas Thompson, broke IiIh arm last week ubovo tho elbow. Dr. Rrlcgu reduced tho fracture -miu Barah Thompson Is assisting Mrs. Blal Shattuck.-Harry Bonnie has moved his family to Brlstol.-Charlcs Matthews la homo from overseas and is visiting his sister, Mrs. Sowol Hallock. MrB Ursula Stokes and Mrs. Clara Purlnton, both ladles over 80, aro slowly falllng.-Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Brown spent Friday with their eon, Joshua. On Sunday they visited their daughter, Mrs. Esuoltlne, In Bris tol. SHOREHAM Ashley Ilcldcn received IiIh discharge at Camp Dcvens nnd with Mrs. Delricn Is at Henry Beldcn's "A Shadow Social" In Academy hall will bo hold May 10 under tho auspices of tho ladles of St. Genevieve's Church. Thero Is to ho a pro gram of music and nnccdotcs from boys who have been overseas. Miss Norma Walto, a student at Troy Conference Acadomy, passed the week-end with her. parents. Mrs. P. W. Walte was In Rut land Monday. Mrs. Kllbourn of East Chicago, Ind., who haa been t guest of her sister, Mrs. R. B. Simmons, has re turned home. Dr. Mnry M. Piatt and mother, Madam Mixer, went Monday to Boston for a two weeks' visit. STARKSBORO Mr. and Mrs. Horbort Fields spent the woelt-ond with relatives In Ferrisburg. The Dorcas society will hold their reg ular meeting In their church parlors tho 14th.-The Rev. .1. B. Stewart nnd C. La doo attended the ordination services at Lincoln Inst week. C. F. Gove wan at E. K. Eddy's several days last week. tho Christian Culture club will meet with Mrs. F. J. Hanson Thursday. The funeral of Mrs. Amanda Chamberlain, who died nt George Wnlston'B In Monk ton, was held at the Baptist Church, of which sho was a faithful member, May 4th. Tho Rev. M. Hughes of Bristol of ficiating. Mrs. Chamberlain had always lived In tho town or vicinity and will bo mourned by a large circle of friends. Sho Is survived by two sisters, Mrs. Sweet of Huntington und Mrs. Hilt of East Barnard, threo children: Mrs. Georgo Nichols and Charles Chamberlain of Bristol and Miss Hilda Chnmborlaln of EaBt Pomfort. Among thoso from away who attended tho funeral were Mr. und Mrs. William Hilt and sons of East Bar nard, Mr. and Mrs. JnmeH Sweet of Hunt ington, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Moody from Lincoln, Almon Norton, E. B. Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. George Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chamberlain of Bris tol and Miss Hilda Chamberlain of East Pomfret. The Ruv. J. B. Stewart has returned from Sheffield, whero ho preached May !. Arthur Lepp and Wil liam Hannon, both of whom enlisted from this town, have arrived from over seas. The funortl of Fred E. SearB was held at his late homo In Starksboro April 20. Ho Is survived by his wife; five daugh ters, Mrs. C. J. Downey, Mrs. G. A. Kenyon, Mrs. R .P. Knox, nil of Hart ford, Conn.; Miss Ruble, nnd Miss Vclma Sears of Starksboro, and ono son, Earl E. Sears, of Richmond; two sisters and two brothers. Tho bearers were: Earl E. Sears. John D. SearB, C. J. Downey, R. P. Knox, G. A. Kenyon nnd T. E. Trudeau, Relatives from out of town to attond tho funeral were: Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Downey and son, Carroll, Mr. nnd Mrs. R, I'. Knox and daughter, Lola, Mrs. G. A. Kenyon, all of Hartford, Conn,, Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Sears of Richmond, G. A. Kenyon of Hlnesburg. John D. Sears of Braintree, Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Trudeau, Mrs. Wallace Rockwood and Miss Grccta Brown of Bristol. Mr. and Mrs. George Oamcr of Tuftsvlllc have re turned to F. II. Hill's, whore thoy are to work this season. G. L. Clifford, who is suffering from a severe attack of rheu matism, is some better. Howard Hanson wns home from Bristol Sunday. Mrs. Helen Wyman Is moving to her home In the village. SALISBURY Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Waterhouso of Brooklyn, K. Y. havo returned home, after spending a few days visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Julia Wu terhouse. Rollln Whitney spent the week end in Ashburnhnm, Mass. The funeral of Mrs. Harriet Smith, widow of the lato Columbus Smith, was held at her lato residence Tuesday afternoon. A. P. Beach and family of Brandon, were guests of Dr. and Mrs. O. M. Bump. Sat urday. Mrs. Mary C. Hamilton was a week-end guest at the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Weeks of Mlddlebury. F. J. Summer is confined to the house with an attack of grip. Fletcher Whitney has accepted a position in Wey brldge for the summer. Fred Walnrlght a former resident In town who re cently returned from service in France, Is visiting friends in town. Tho Hon. W. H. Dyer and family spent Sunday nt the home of F. W. Whitney. Tho little daughter of Silas Goddard has been quite 111. Word has been received by tho family that Fred Simpson has re turned from service In France, and Is at Camp Devens, waltlnsr for his dis charge. The electric lights recently In stalled In the Congregational Church are giving satisfaction. A business meeting of the local Rod Cross was held in the town hall Thursday, when tho former by-laws wero revised, and other Im portant business transacted. Orlo S. Bump, after several months service ov erseas, has been discharged, and Is spend ing a few days with his parents here. The convention of Congregntlonal min isters nnd churches of Addison County met with the local church Tuesday, the Cth. There was a good attendance and much Interest shown. BRISTOL Nelson Laber has gone to Albany, N, Y to attend tho Albany Busi ness College, At the annual vlllago meeting, hold Tuesdny April 20, these officers wore elected: President, Dr. W. E. Morgan; clerk, W. W. Wilson; treasurer, F. R. Dickermanj auditors, W. B. Daggett, P. K. Wilson, A. E. Bristol; collector, G. W. Farr; fire war dons, G. W. Farr. E. W. Varney. C. A. Hanks; trustee for threo years, C. W. Sprague. Voted a tax of 75 cents on tho dollar. At a meeting of the Outlook club Friday Mrs. Boynton and Mrs. Ridley wero elected delegates to the Federation of Woman's Clubs to bo held In Burro, Mrs. Norton and Miss Morgan were chosen us al ternates. T. E. Trude, MIbb Grecta Brown und Mrs. Lena Rockwood at tended tho funeral of Fred hears In Starksboro April 19. MrB. Trudo, who had passed several day3 with her Bister, Mra. Sears, returned to her homo with them and Is now 111 with laryn gitis, Supt. and Mrs. A. W. Eddy of Mlddlebury wcro recent visitors In town. MIbs Kate I, Stewart attended tho Morrill-Parker prlzo-spcnkius: con test at Mlddlebury Collego Thursday evening. Tho Outlook club nnd Busi ness Men's association have completed their arrangements for n entertain ment coursa for next year. Tho 'courso wilt consist of the following flvo num pcaco and reconstruction In Europe, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Thomas. Mrs. Daisy MulllngB and daughter. Ruth. Miss Smith, Miss Dubuque nnd Miss Hutchlns at tended the college piny at Mlddlebury Saturday.-Mrs. W. H. Cardell pleasantly entertained tho girls of tho Loyalty class Saturday evening at her homo on Spring slreot. Music und gnmeB wero enjoyed and refreshments served.-MIss Fern Shut tuck, who Is taking tho purees' training course nt the Springfield hospital, Spring field. Vt.. snout it few duy:i ut hor homo lust week, returning to Springfield Sutur- 1 dny.-O. A. Wheelock and family Imvo moved Into tho Murphy house on Spring street. Mr. nnd Mrs. Morrison nnd two sons und C. C. Currier of Watorbury, Conn., spent Sunday at Mr. Currier's nomo here. Thoy mado tho trip by auto mobile. They returned Monday, Mlsa Doris M. Currier going with them ns far as Bratllcboro, where Bho has a posi tion ns stenographer and typist in tho office of a chair factory. Mrs, Lillian Sumner has moved into Mrs. L. J. Mclllcur'n house on North streot. Miss Locklo Burt wns nt home from her school In North Ferrisburg for the week-end. Georgo L. Hnsseltlne of White Plains, N. Y nnd Mm. Asa Ball of Montpoller spent Sunday with their parents, Judge nnd Mrs, E. A. HnsBeltlno. Judson Stevens, Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur W. Stevens nnd daughter, Charles Wilson and Thomas Jones of Cornwall called on friends In town Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer E. Howltt of Fair Haven spent Sunday with Mrs. Howltt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wright. F, W. Blackburn and family Jiavo moved Into tho house on Fitch nvenue vacated by E. A. Fltzslmons. Mrs. Electa Gove Is confined to hor bed at hor homo on Church street. Sho hns been having hemorrages of tho noso nnd Is In a weakoncd condition. Mrs. Arba Mansfield, aged 79 years, died nt tho homo of hor daughter, Mrs. John Burt, on Elm street at 12 o'clock Sunday night. Mrs. Mansfield hnd been In poor health for a long time. About three weeks ago she sustained a fnll and since then hns boon confined to tier bed In a help less condition. Miss Grace Merrill of Now Haven hnH been caring for her. Sho Is survived by two daughters, Mrs. John Burt nnd Mrs. Itha Shepard, und several grandchildren. She was a woman of quiet disposition, a good neighbor and much loved by all who knew her. Rena Jlmmo wns nt homo Monday from Rut land Business College. E. 8. Lndue Ib In Burlington for treatment. Weston R. Trudo was taken to Burlington Monday for an operation for appendicitis. The new tlmo table of tho Bristol road went Into effect Monday. Thero Is nn early train out of Bristol now. Mlsa Dora Cohen spent Sunday nt her home In Bur lington. Tho teachers' training class girls have completed their three weeks of teaching In tho model rural school nt Bristol Flats. Thursday evening a pro gram und social wcro given under the direction of Mlsa Abbott, nsslsted by the glrla In training. Tho program consisted of numbers representative of the regular work which has been done In school. Tho vlctrola from the training clnss rooms wns used for tho penmanship, folk dances, physical exorcises, selections for ap preciation, etc. Friday the pupils of tho school voted unnnlmously to use tho money from the social towards a vlctrola of their own. The Neighborly club gavo Mrs. F. S. Mclntyro a birthday surpriso party at her home Monday afternoon. Thero will be a business meeting of tho W. C. T. U. at tho homo of Miss Woller at 3:30 o'clock Friday nfternoon. The members will please bring dues. Peter Ashllno of Shelburne Is visiting his daugh ter, Mrs. George Delong. Henry O. Cox went to Lake Placid, N. Y., Monday, where he hns a position. Mrs. Cox nnd two children, who are spending a few days nt the home of Earl Cox In Monkton will Join him later. Wes ton R. Trudo underwent a sovere operation for appendicitis nt the Mary Fletcher hospital Mondny. Mrs. Electa Gove is better. There are several new cases of mumps in the village. "Mothers' day" will be observed nt the Federated Church Sunday morning. Any one wish ing conveyance to and from church that day will please notify E. B. Gulndon. An Invitation Ib extended all mothers, not attending any other church Miss Alice Chandler of Rutland Is stnylng a few days with Mrs. John Burt. Daniel Davis of Hlnesburg was In town Sunday, called here by the serious condition of his grandmother, Mrs. Arba Mansfield. Willie E. Hannon of the 101st Ammu nition Train, 26th, Division, reached homo Friday evening, making 23 months In tho service. He enlisted Juno 2, 1917, In Company M, First Vermont, leaving for Franco October 2, 1917, and returned on tho battleship New Jorsey. At a business meeting of the local branch of tho Red Cross held in the rooms Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Josle Morgan was elected president to sue cced Mrs. W. D. Pope, resigned. Miss Grnco Merrill has roturned to her home In Now Haven. Miss Locklo Burt was rnllert from her school In Fnrrlshllrir and Miss Marjorlo Shepard from Basin Harbor Tuesday by the death of their grandmother, Mrs. Artu Mansfield. Mr. and MrB. Homor Howltt, Miss J. G. Pago and Miss Sadie Slmonson were In Burlington Tuesday. Mrs. E. W. King man is ill at her home on Maple street. Mrs. Electa Gove is not as well, hav ing had moro hemorrhages of the nose Tuesday night and Wednesday morn ing. Her condition is considered quite serious. The Rev. W. R. Shaw of Rut land was in town Wednesday to offi ciate at the funeral of Mrs. Arba Mans field. LINCOLN A meeting of Prospect Grange was held Saturday evening. The, lndustrla will meet Thursday, May 8, at the home of Mrs. Harold Atkins. The quota for tho town on the Liberty Loan Is 0,700, of which sum $."i,5M) has already been sub scribed. Llndley Btcltnell, Henry Ben nett, Ralph Sweet, Percy Cram and Clar ence Atwood returned to their homes last week, having been discharged from tho service. Georgo Gnrland Is at home from n business trip of several days to Roxbury nnd vicinity. L. E. Jackman was In Ver gcnnes, April 29, attending a meeting of tho Addison county license commissioners. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. B. Oovo are visiting In Proctor nt the home of their daughter, Mrs. Fred Negus. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. R. Blckneil are at homo after spending sev eral days In Boston, whero they witnessed the parado of the 20th division. At a meeting of the Ladies' Aid society held Wednesday April 30 tho following officers wcro elected: President, Mrs. L. E. Jackman; first vice president, Mrs. Mary Morgan; second vice president, Mrs. Mnry Davis; secretary, Mrs. II. W. Smith; treasurer, Mrs. G. A. Thayer; hall trustee for three years. Mrs. Jano Morrill; library trustee for three years, Mrs. Ella Chapman: librarian, Mrs, I). U. Garland; nuditors, Mrs. Mary Morgan, Mib. L. E. Jackman. Mrs. W. E. 1'lcrcc received word Saturday of the death of her uncle, Albert Murruy of Wnrron. Mr. Murruy wan a former resident of this town and Is well and favorubly known hero. Funerul Bervlcos were hold Tuesday afternoon nt two o'clock from tho church at Warren. Miss Mary Turner spent tho week-end In North Ferrisburg, tho guest of MIbb Grnco Turner. William Grant, who resides with his son, Howard. Is confined to tho hoime by UIiiosb. W. E, Pierce and daughters, Carrlo nnd Dorothy, wero In Warren, Sunday, John Benton nnd family Saturday In Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Frank DoLong of Wurren wuro Sunday visitors at tho homo of Wnlter arant.-Mrs. Jennlo Nor ton went Sunday to Roxbury, where sho will spend sevorul dnys visiting frlondfl. A dance will bo given Friday evening in Jackman and aarlands' hall. PANTON. News has been received of tho safe ar rival In this country of Russoll Kent, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rollln Kent, former residents here. Ho bus been in Franco having been nttachod to a medical reserve corps. Mm. F, E, Grandcy and grand daughter, Violet Otis, wore Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. p.lroy Tnrroy of East Addlton. -MIhh Cornlo Kept of tho Uni versity of Vermont spent u part of lust week at home. Miss Ellen Stanton of Bristol was at home over Sunday. Ross Kent Is ut homo from Forrlshurg III with tho mumps. George King of Burlington, who has recently returned from over seas having served with tho 101st Am munition Train, 20th Division, Is visiting his nunt, Mrs. John Jerome. Mrs. Henderson, who has Hpcnt two weeks at Worcester, Mass., has returned and resumed her work ns nurse for Mrs. Louisa Converse. Miss Sarah Henderson of Worcester, Maes., Is spending some tlmo with her sister, Mrs. E. F. Trask. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. White wcro called last week to Burlington by the serious Illness of their brother-in-law, George W. Hatch. Clarence Smith hns returned to his homo here Blnco being discharged at Camp Devens. George King and tho Misses Rachel and Maude Jerome went Tuesday to Burlington, going with A. L. Milter In his car. Caledonia County HARDWICK. John E. Sullivan died at n tuberculosis sanltorlum in Maine Thursday. Mr. Sul livan camo here from Barro several years ago and engaged In tho granito manufacturing business under the firm name of Mack, Sullivan & Rowo, after wards buying out tho business hlmRclf. For Rome time he wns post-master under President Tnft. Ho Is survived by his wife and soveral daughters, bosldeB other relatives. The funeral wan held at Barro Saturday with burial at that placo. Mrs. Helen Drew of Burlington, was in town Friday 'and Saturday.-Mrs. Nellie Dut ton, who has been spending tho winter In St. Johnsbury, has returned homo, MIbs Jessie Robertson was In Wolcott Friday evening to attend a BChool social at that place. .Tames J, Rowcll has re ceived his discharge from tho army and Is calling on friends In town. Arthur Grow of Waldon was in town Friday. The Scout orchestra furnished music for a danco at North Hyde Park Iriday night. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Klttrcdge of SnrliiEflold. are In town for a few days, In tho case of Statu va' Charles Smith of Walden for breach of the peace by excesslvo beating of his 11 year old adopted son, the respondent was found guilty nnd fined $50 and costs. State's Attorney Campbell prosecuted anil .Mr. Conant of St. Johnsbury defended. Alton Orlswold Is vlBltlng In town.-Chnrles T. I'lerco. who hns been doing overseas Y. M. C. A. work, has received ills discharge and arrived home Saturday evening. William C. Clifford of Bethel was In town Snturday. Miss Irene Sullivan and Miss Anna Moore wero In Barro part of last week called thero by tho death of Mlsa Sullivan's father. G. H. McLood was in Mlddlebury for the week-end. Chittenden County WINOOSKI Three young boys named Vlllemaire of Hlckok street, Bruno of Main street and Dumas of the Heights, ranging In ago from 12 to U years, have returned safely to their respective homes after starting out Monday morning with tho intention of reaching tho Far West, where they would be made cowboys nnd could ride wild horses. Their ab sence was not noted until late Mon day afternoon. A searching party was formed to look up tho boys, but no trace of them could be found. But Vlllemaire, ono of tho boys, returned homo very tired, foot soro and hungry after a long day's tramp. It was learned from him Just what had happened and where they had gone. It seemed that tho young men had made up their minds that they wero going West. They Btartcd to walk and by Monday evening had reached Shelburne and when dark ness overtook them they found shelter In a fishing shanty whero they slept until morning. In the morning, young Vlllemaire becamo discournged and turned back home, reaching his homo In the afternoon. After questioning, the voting man told where he had been and where he had stayed tho night bo fnrn. Another senrchlng party was mndo un and led by the young man they reached the fishing shanty In Shel- bllrno to find that the other two uoys had disappeared. After questioning dlf- feront poople it Was found they had been seen going toward Charlotte. The searching party then went to Char lotte the next day and inquired about tho voting men. They found they had stayed at a farmhouse Tuesday night nnd that tho last that was seen of them was when they were walking north toward home. The searchers continued their wny and when they reached home, they found that the young lads had re turned safely, at about 10:30 oclock Wednesday evening, tired, footsore nnd hungry: also somewhat wiser. One of the youngsters had taken a geography which was to toll tnom mo way io mu West. The marriage of Miss Rose Lavlgne, dnughter of Mr. and Mrs A. B. Lavlgne nf Rust Allen street, and Andrew Schmltt of Camp Upton, was solem nized Thursday at St. Stephen's Church nf elcht o'clock by the Rev. J. B. Mc Gnrry. The couple was attended by the father of the bride and J. Henry Lavlgne of Burlington, an uncle of tho bride. The bride was gowned in a blue silk dress, with hat to match. After the ceremony a buffet lunch was served at the homo of tho bride. Miss Lavlgne was welt known In the village and enjoyed the friendship of many of the young people. Mr. scnmin, wnose homo Is in Now York city, has been In the service for five years, three nt Fort Ethan Alien and one In France. Ho eicnccts to bo discharged some tlmo this spring from tho service. Mr. nnd Mrs. Schmltt left on tho noon train for Now York city, where they wilt make their homo after Mr. Schmltt is discharged from tho service. The Wlnooskl peoplo honored their sol dler boys Snturday evening with a ban quot proceeded by a parade. Tho parade formed on tho upper- part of Main street and marched to the other side of the Wl nooskl river brldgo to tho electric cars, which were to take them over to Burl Ington to tho Junction of Wlnooskl avon uo and Peorl Btreets. There they again formed und marched down Wlnooskl ave nue to Main street then to Church street, and up Church street to the New Slier wood Hotel, where the returned soldier boys were tho honored guests of George E. Whitney, and tho peoplo of Wlnooskl wero also invited to attend the banquet. Thero were about 1,000 people III tho par ade, which was headed by Sherman's Band, followed by tho returned soldiers, the town vlllngo officials, the Red Cross workers. Theuo wore followed by a largo number of young women who wore flow crs and carried Hags In honor of tho oc casion. A large number of men followed tho young ladles, after whom came St. Michael's Band, followed by a rcpresen tnllon of mill men headed by Agent G. E. Whitney und Mr. Shuttleworth. On ar riving at tho hotel, the paradera were es corted to the banquet hall, whero 480 Wl nooBkt people enjoyed a flno banquet. Manager W. T. Flanagan of the Sherwood deserves much credit for tho way that ho bundled such a largo gathering, Tho Heating committee Is to bo connrntulntcd, too on tho way In which it handled the heating of tho guests. T, W. Gtimoy and his minstrels wore on tho spot bright mid early and fur nlshed n continuous performance from right o'clock until I ho close at 1:00 n, m. Sorgt, Edward Dupnw rendered tho song "I'm Sorry I Mndo i ou Cry." grouted with deafening npplnuse, BAND MEN GUESTS inn mpniiiom m mi. .Mic.nn.niH i.n band also were tho Invited guests of Whitney, for when he learned they I.UIItllUll 1111711 HIM V1UMM III llltl l.il committee, he Bant an Invitation t.o j ne rntiirneri pnuncrR wnn nnnnnir nt banquet numbered about 80 or 90. will bo nn occasion they will always memner. i no nowers wiue.ti enen no wore were from the lady weavers of 4. r.u,wu IUVIII ill II11U Illtllli; II. uwhui ,1, i.tui ill. j tun. fin.u iiu ... 1 1. .. 1 . . .. . . . 1 ..111.. ni . i i . . nnd each young lady was adorned flowers In honor of tho occasion. chairmen of tho various committees worked bnrd fn mitkn fhlu n tiler itne their expectations. Tho chalrmon of various committees aro as folli u n rmnn oi inn nxnc.iiuvn rnmmi Vjiiuiicn o. x.uiu, immiu uwinmf Principal O, R. StackjKilc, who band committee, Georgo H. Hor ticket committee, H. 1. Stanhope; sea committee, Lestor Cruise; ndvortl committee, Miss Mnry Allard. Former Judge Honry Contln actci iw.iai iiiiiniui iiiiii un iiu cilliutl uu nig murKB. ji mo spcnKcrs iudio wero IU UIIIIIIU1IL .111(1 1I1II UU11L111I lllllll. 11 iiieni me nosi oi ino evening, u. n, w ncy, H. A. Way, Major ABhley. tho 1 tl n t .."I . . t . t r ttf pole, Cnptaln lleomlstcr, Ileut, H II. llorton. Serpoant Kdward Dupaw, Doyle. speakers they wero all greeted with plausc. Tho first speaker wns tho Rev. J McGnrry of St. Stephen's parish. He that tho peoplo of WJnoosKI had taken town by storm and tho committee had this banquet In charge ought t( proud of their effort. "Wo aro grat and thankful that we nrn nblo to be j with you to-night and grateful and th iui mai .vou are nere wnn us alter long overseas service. We aro proui you and glad to have you at home ua again. Wo arc proud of tho It wnn sn iioiuv smicrinceii tneir sons. -V n f Vi lint'D i vit .notlnir 1,. frnlin cnll lot us pray that their souls aro to n with their God, that tho souls of the 1 who offered up the supreme sncrlfici nrnveiv on mo oaiucncin. wnose uisi was for their dear mother. The comn Ity is proud of you to-jilght nnd now i ,11 ui'li n t-f-ml lv tTnnln Knm UMUUli iitnin juu nun IHUIV .,! v Tho spirit with which you fought Is n eil nnw tn heln down the red lluir. w Is a bloody riot wherever It is expo Our soldier boys havo bcon known du tins war as a coon clean lot oi noys good red blood In their veins and I ap to tho boys to live and bo the good ample they were while in the service. l.lll llu HI n p ..t ,jtuM.. j ,j ... are of you to-night, and wero during war." i,l Snenlfer! Tho Ttev. Tl. H. W Ulllllll 1 HCIl.1 t..sj.iw.w..wm u ..... to walk in the parado to-night to placo of banquot. I am proud to bo among thoso to welcome you this inui wan wnn yuu in ino iiu-oi. win i remain with you, that the blessing will follow you always." 3rd. Speaker. George H. Horton. of Uncle Sam's soldier boys. "Thero unit In tho parade to-night thnt pealed to me moro than anything half of tho soldier boys who did to me and the boys." Police "I had tho honor of being pointed chairmau of tho executive and you boys must know that each every one has done his best back tvill lltilfl'JI iu ii;u .yuu .ill iinu o 11a nrniul nf vnti. This nffftlr nf tn-n tJUIUUWllUK lUUl Will UU UiUIUtfU uuivi our grandchildren." 5th. Speaker: Sergeant Edward paw. "I am a Burlington boy but mu itiui. l wtMiL tiwnv AO a. ixjui of that also. I wish to thank you nr . i r 1. 1 . . .i.j.. . to the boys of Winooski. You havo ways ueen ine main spring in laKing of the boys of Winooski and In t name I thank you." Sixth: Georgo E. Whitney. When tonstmastfir nnnnunr.nit thrtt Mr. W iicj ...if. tun uujii. niiciini;!, itii a up and gave three rousing cheers opened the New Sherwood Hotel to "I sleep in Burlington, and I uumngion a great aeai, uut my n has always been in Wlnooskl and follow cltizeiiB. To-night hao been Ing to this part of tho country." supporter of uny public affair In back homo and doubly glad to bo III UU HUTU lU-lllrillt IB ll.lVO 11 1 V been lnterostcd in the affaira of Ing back will make n better town better men.' il.1 uniii : liiuuL. itiii r.inurv. ii. iu wnn cneers. "i wanted to go uh u ii .mi. ,, ii. it n a i. nil iriimi' rnn nninn was broken up before sailing France. Tho men who wero sent nbr wero iruu iu ineir cuuuii huh II III 11 IlltlllllUI 111 1111.11 " .... i". to be proud. I wish to thank tho Sm eiuo tor tno smones mat wero sen .tin tir.i... in.1 ...lil..l. n.i ..i n Inul 111 till. UU ..III. llllll.ll I.IIUU JUU. ..v have always stood back of us." iNinin: t.. it. ntncK tin m. l citii nil reiterate what has boen said by speakers, but the big thing is that nnvn nrn n;iru hi nnmn mi tun nit factor tills evening is our host. Whitney. We nro glad to welcome lilicu nun yuu luivti uuitiu. xuu " away a fino looking lot of nion havo come back much more so; linvn liml n i-i'niiil trnlnlnir ntid nnn t will always remain with you, and do your duty hero at homo," Tenth: Lieut. Richard D. Clark puny u; i wisu 10 iiuiuk yuu iur j welcome nnd for your kindness to wniiit iivur inert;, nut tiieru is uitu tl I want t" nay, nnd that Is, to nsH to stop for u moment and think of two boys who offered up tho supn sacrifice, I did not know tho boys, IIIWJ IIIH IIIUI U .III... "I' II IU, l,lV nn tlieli uvea In tin. li.rrnrillHlirn nr I duty," Eleventh: The Rev. Father Born S. S. A., of St. Michael's College,