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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1919.
rr. One Cent a Word Advertising in this column one cent a word each in sertion. Copy may be changed every week. Cash in advance required. No advertisement taken which is less than 12 words, two lines. Special terms to ad vertisers using from 250 to 1,000 lines within 12 con secutive months. ing detailed nccount of some of perlcnces. Mr, Wytnan Is at homo furlough of SO dnys from the Wnltor , Mr. and Jlrs. 13. W. Hiiniion of Brls , tol gavo their Hon, William Hannon, who recently nrrlved from overworn), a hlM px-1mIbs Wheelor, who accompanied his 1017. Of the 43 grandchildren born, MS those ycarH Bhc hns lieen n resident of sho will Visit her sinter nnd husband, Mr. present.- Mrs. Collins and three ehlldre io on n father home, have returned to Hurling- nro still living niul of tho 3,'. great-grand- thin village. Her husband, Corncllun and Mrs. William Huxton. Mrs. Stevens from Pittsburg, I'enn., have taken poi . . I . rli ll1hn.. .ii . . . 1 .,.. a . I .1 n 4 . . . .. m i ii . i i ml. ...h . I I - j t. . ..... ..i ( WnilQr loui i1""1" hi i are living nut OHO. jurw n'u .11 yuiiTH HKO, MTB, urotl Myeuo 01 uurwiiRiun wun in luyyii iiiuid- nmniun ijl inu iiviiii puiuiiarcii tiiu children nil am iivinir hut onn. Mrs. drcanpy, died .11 yearn ntfo. Mm. CJrea- Myetto of Durlltieton wan In town Thura irtn n KiniHnu nln.. .1 n t in ntlntirl flin flinaP'il nt Alf. AlflTV UKWCiliti bor of the Vergouncs Congregational H"B character, nnd hns up to tho time Huxton. Charles Kleth, who works In r. 11. t.wIh Ip much belter Thn church ' Church. The ftinm-ni wiim held Hun- ''or Illness been ablo to do her work the granite shop has completed work and reception at tho town hall hero tho wan renresonted at tho county conferenco ay afternoon at two o'clock nt her late urounu uio House. She hns always had has gono to Montpeller. Wlllhclm 13th. Thcro wore many present from at Salisbury last week by the pastor, home. nt heart tho welfaro of her neighbors Schlllhammer, who attends tho Unlver- thls town nnd HrlHtol. The evcnlluf Deacon Williams and Mr. and Mrs. 1.. B. 1 A special town meeting will bo held ,ln" always lent a helping hand In Bty of Vermont, was a visitor at the I was passed In dancing. Ilalph Drown Needham. Independence Lodge, No. 10, ' Saturday, May 21, at 8:0(1 p. m. at tho of trouble. Mr. and Mrs. Orcaney homo of his parents, Mr,, and Mrs. Carl of Urlstol furnished music. llcfrcsh- F. & A. M.. held a public meeting Tuesday school houso at the Corners to consider wore tho parents of three children, ..ono Schllthammer.-Mr. and Mrs. Carl AVes- monts woro sorvcil. Lieut. K. 11. New- ovenlng In tho town hall. St. Paul's the purchase of the Louisa Karnes prop- of WI'om survives. Ho Is Dennis Circa- son and children of Burlington were 1 ton has arrived from overseas nnd with Lodpo of Brandon, No. 23, was In- erty, the building to be used as a town " wlt 1 whom Mrs. Grenncy lived. Sunday visitors at tho homo of Dr. and D 1.1. i l ..ll.l.. .nlnftoKa .. . ... ... . n.1.- p. i .. .... Iifill t .. . . n. ...1 ft U 0 U 1 So 1 0 n V 11 M n t! n I r r n n 1 11 n 11 rr b I p. r . M I R B Mru fittnrtrn II 1 1 ull-iti ..t inn hiiu mill HUH in Yinil!ll& iv;t.,..s VIICU IO IlllCllll, X1IU UHtllFM OCWIIIH " ....... . i ,j jhjv, i fcttll HlOnO OI iUIWi'wi - ' o ubu.nu , ,..luu... . . ... . ....... . . . . 1 .1 IMtlfV ll.lKinnl. ...... I.. .tin 1. I trll nere. Henry naucr is moving inn iam- Ccty furnished tne banquet. Mr. anil , nas recently visited his parents, , .w.,, ily Into V C. Smith's tenement. Tho MrHi j0),n y. Clark and son, Wilson, of Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Stone-Henry Allen . kciioo . The funeral was held Monday Hov. J. 1J. Stewart has rcslRncd his iawiet were nt 11. D. Branch's Sunday, nnd daughter, Mrs. Scott Cooley of Mllo i 'n"rM'"g nt nlno o'clock nt St. Stephen H inastorntn hero and accented a cnll to ti, Kmlmvnn beM n. Inln gnrvlri. nn. , Point, calleii ci.,,in rxpentlv. . ""rcn, or which the deceased was a the community church nt Shcfllold, bo- ,jy evening. Orwell has made out her She Is to leavo this week for I'lttstown, "!r' , ginning his duties May IS. Mrs. Stow- fhnro of tho Liberty Loan and many N. .!., to Join her husband, tho Ilev. Scott ,, , CB. havo ,,e1 art was given an afternoon tea by tho thnnn are nuc D. L. Wells. Mrs. H. A. Cooley, who has taken a pastorate at that Uln ,,eRn,l votcrs of JONESVILLE. ladles at their usual C. C. C. meeting, tn )las been 111 for a few days past. I place for tho yoar. May S, at Mrs. P. .1. Hanson's. A re-(jjcnry Wolcott has roturncd from over-of Walthain, Mnss., ccpuun, in which iiuuui iiiu w i-iv in on- sens nml nas received nia umonarge. ent, was given them nt tho town hall uiriuxN. HELP WANTED 'nil Mntiiluv nvnllltir. A inllnlpnl tiroffranl 'consisted of hanju selections by Hcrvlc 'Hanson nccompanlcd by Miss N'lnabel Hanson; piano duets and singing by 1 10 audience. Hefreshments were served and a purse of money presented to Mr, Ttj n tiM unnir-il with two oortiibln mw Inir bin rrcrnts In leaving. Mr. nnd tr.ills to contrnct io "w," ,1""'. "ijiri. Clayton Alger of Monkton passed "L1.UrbCen,.Ard,,vr ' w I Stin.lny at Dennis Shlverette's.-Frank cne.ier eni r. n) motor0(, to Hlofflcl(I tho 14th to Mrs. Perry Campbell, who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Malcolm Doug Isa, In Shorcham, has returned. A, A. Fletcher of Salisbury was In and Mrs. Stewart. Appropriate remarks town on Dusinoss lonuny. .urs. n i.vr. mnrir. bv Piminr Htrtvnri. exnress-1 Daniel Smith Is convalescing and Is hns been callod hero by the serious Illness of her grandmother, Mrs. Nelson Merrill. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wright Hoyt went Sunday to the home or ins father, Silas Hoyt, of Cornwall William O'Nelt has moved from Water bury bnck to Jonesvlllc. Mrs. Joslo Der rick Is caring for H, P. Andrews for a few days. Mr. Kinney, State Sunday school worker, wan In town last Sunday. Mrs. P. It. Chessinoro hns returned M.N AND WIPE In lnundry nt II01110 for Jlentltuto Children. Appiy m " irrl St. 110,.l,tf.w.lt. FOR SALE carry tho Stewart family to their fu ture homo. The Hanson brothers have purchased an automobile. Miss Marlon Pair of Urlstol passed tho week-end ablo to be about tho house. The remains of Mrs. Martha Farmer of Salisbury were brought hero Sunday nnd Interred In tho Cook cemotery. The parsonago Is being newly papered nnd put In readiness for tho pastor, who with his family, Is ex pected Wednesday. There will bo ser vices In tho Methodist Church next Sun- DO.MKST1CATRI) WILD JIAI.1.AP.T m'OKS HfiriK SI. .10 ni-r soil nK. lnn. "n-""i Urlstol, Vt. Ill.wjt. FRANK S. LANOU & SON Practical I'lnmlicru nnd Slcnm P'c Next North Hurllngion Snlnici Ilitnk 00 St. Paul Slrrct Diirllnnrtnn Vet-rlnnrr Hospital "3 Pino St.. Burlington. Vt. Vnterlnary Surgeon and Physician. Graduate Oram! Hnplds Veterinary Uoll"ge. 1909. I.ntest equipment for all animal surgery. Including equina and canlse operating tabluti. 'l'hons 101. with Miss Nlnabel Hanson. William day nt two o'clock. Mrs. Jennie (Varnoy) Wyman, who had n serious nttnek of Heed of Syracuse, N. Y Is hero spending Influenza while with tho S. A. T. C. at tho summer. Howard Wood of Tlcon Hurllngton nnd who Is now stationed nt deroga, N. Y spent Sunday at C. P. a oonvnlosrent hospital In Washing-I Hoynton's. Mr. and Mrs. Bickford of ton, D. C Is with his parents, Mr. nnd 'Mlddlebury are at Bread-Loaf Inn for the Mrs. P. H. Wyman, for a "0 days' leave ' etimmcr. of absence. Clayton P. (love of Bur lington was at K. K. Pddy's this week. P. C. Smith Is adding n bath room to this home. HANCOCK Mrs. (leorge Story and little son, who huvo been visiting the former's par ents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hlnnldo Whlttler, for a week, returned to her home In WALTHAM Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ward entertained forty-flvo of tho N. S. club nnd farm burenu members last Wednesday even ing. Tho county agricultural agent nnd tho homo demonstration ngent of Middle bury were present nnd gave some helpful Instructions. Miss Fuller nlso gave a demonstration on flroless cookers. P.c 1864 1919 HYDE, WHEELER COMPANY COMMISSION' M KUCHA NTS IIOSTOX, MASS. Want Your Farm Products Eggs, Live and Dressed Poultry, Veal Prices, shipping tngs, dressing, packing and shipping Instructions, etc., sent free. Orwell Monday. Her mother, brother freshments were served by the committee and Mrs. Parley went in an nuto to 0f the N. S. Club and a pleasant evening carry her, returning the same day. j wns enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. George F.rvlng Lewis returned homo from over- RVarts. Jr.. of Tanton visited his parents, seas last Monday night. Mrs. Chnrles Mr nIld jira- aeorgo Kvarts, Sr., Mon Uoberts returned from Randolph last ' ,itty,jir. and Mrs. H. C. Peck of New 40,w3m HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from page one.) Saturday, where she has been over a week, caring for her son, Molvln. Mrs. Charles Stoddard of South ltoy nlton is with her mother for a few weeks, while her husband Is at work In the northern part of tho State doing cement work. Mrs. Olynn Hubbard and little girl visited Mr. Hubbard's sis- Haven recently visited his cousin, H. D, Hallock. Mrs. C. S. Sherhlno of Brld port is pnsslng a few weeks with her daughter, Mrs. P. AV. Otis. S. II. Burroughs Is attending the Grand Lodge meeting held In Burlington this week. George Evarts Is III, but Is a little more comfortable at this writing. A daughter lege, class '14. Capt. Connors has not yet received his discharge nnd will return lo Camp Upton when his furlough expires. Captain Connors said to the Free Press reporter that notwithstanding what had been told throt's'i the papers ubout the Germans not realizing that they were beaten, a three months' sojourn among them, during which he talked with many of them, had convinced him that they knew that they were beaten nnd beaten bad. The body of Walter Zottmnn, a for mer resident of this city, who dlrd Fri day In Matawan, N. J., was buried Tues day afternoon in Prospect cemetery, tho Rev. William F. Frazicr, pastor of the Congregational Church, conducting the services at the grave. Among the rela tives who were present were his father, John Zottman of Burlington; a daugh ter from Springfield, Mass.; a sister, Mrs. Arthur Osgood of Burlington; two brothers, John Zottman of South Roy alton and Arthur Zottman of Troy, N. Y.; a brothor-ln-law, Arthur Osgood of Burlington. Mr. Zottman was 43 years of age. Ho was found uncon scious and his money had been taken from his pocketbook and a scalp wound on his head had fractured his skull, from which he never regained con sciousness. The hold-up took placo after his day's work, when he was on his way to his boarding place. Mrs. Emma E. Loukes, a resident of Ver gennes for many years, died suddenly Tuesday from a stroke of apoplexy at her home on Main stroet. Mrs. Loukes was 05 years old. She was twice mar ried, her first husband being James Fisher of this city. A daughter was born to them, now tho wife of L. P. Howe of St. Johnsbury. A number of yearn after Mr. FlBher's death she was married to E. E. Loukes, who died several years ago. Besides her daugh ter and a granddaughter, Mrs. Loukes leaves three sIsterB and ono brother. Alderman Arthur P. Sorroll, to whom the city council has given the contract to build tho new sower from the Shef field Farms milk plant to Otter Creole ter, .Mrs. 1.. .. . nurcn. tne 11m m l".was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Trudo week. L. M. Church and H. R. Church ,agt Frdayir. w, otls and C. W. Ward have dissolved partnership In the nov-,wont to 0rwc ast Thuradft on n flsh. city business Henceforth it will be,, tr, Th rcturne(j wltu about 150 run by U M Church. -Miss Carrie I, of flsh.Mr. and Mre D H, Da ley and nephew have gone to a-iparker recentl. Micd friends In Ifi 1 UIlUIMH Y IIILlH-1 a "Hill, "H.u Dailcy Is away. WHITING Thu first of a series of special meetings under the Joint auspices of the grange and the fnrni bureau wns held Wednes day evening. A. G. Preejard has sold his I'lievrolet to mail carrier, Hurry Pierce. He bus also sold his Cadillac and has purchased a Studebaker Six. W. S. Wil liams Is building a large piazza on his residence. Harold Hubbard and Mrs. William Kclllcr ale 111. Mr. Perrlcr Is very III. It. N. Woostcr Is Improving. Mrs. Prank Wooster spent Sunday with her daughter in Weybrldgo, There will be a patriotic dance at the town hall on Friday, Moy 30. Cox's orchestra of four pieces will furnish music. Refreshments will be served. SHOREHAM Mrs. M. B. Douglas and daughter are visiting her parents In Rlpton. A. H. ! Bentley and family left on Tuesday for Stowe, which will be their future homo. The Sunday school classes of Mrs. T. G. Easton nnd Mrs. H. H. Burge met at tho home of Mrs. Burge Saturday afternoon and gave account of the T. W. C. A. conference held In Rutland. Mr. and Mrs. Ashley Belden pnsed the week-end in Porisdale with Mrs. Bolden's parents. Albert Burdeaux has received his dis charge and reaches home, Saturday. Tuesday evening, the Woman's Mission ary society held a social In the ladles rooms. Missionary tableaux were given by Mrs. Easton's Sunday school class, under the direction of Mrs. Edson Cas well. The next meeting of the Woman's Missionary society will bo May 22 at the homo of Mrs. Robert Shackett. BRISTOL Mrs. NcIIIb Kllbourn and Mrs. Minnie Grover were In Burlington Saturday. Miss Eva Dubugue spent Sunday at her home In Grund Isle. L. C. Bain and A. E. Bristol were in Burlington Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gove of Mlddlebury spent Sunday with Mrs. Sophia A. Sherwln. Superintendent Eddy of Mlddlebury and Superintendent Sturtevant of Brandon were In town on business Monday. ir. and Mrs. 13. C. Bnbcock went to Wey brldgo Sunday to visit their daughter for a few days. Mrs. Sonhla Dumas is ill MONKTON RIDGE Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Green were given a farewell party by their neighbors and friends at their home Thursday evening. An unusually large number were present. Vocal and Instrumental music, readings and conversation furnlahed an enjoyable evening. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Green were presented with a sum of money as a token, of the es teem and good will of the community. They have been residents of this town for many years, and much regret is felt nt their departure. For the present they will reside with Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Gove In Bristol. Miss Zuletta Bamum visited friends In Burlington tho past week. Guy M. Collins, who has been In servlco overseas for several mouths, has been discharged and has returned home: Mrs. Collins is with him. Miss Delia Skiff has gone to Mt. Phllo Inn, where sho has a position for tho sum mer. Miss Evadno Moader passed Sun day at her home here. Leon Bushey. son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bushey, has re ceived his discharge from the army and arrived home this week. Mrs. Morton Hill and children are visiting her par ents. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taft, In Starks boro. Mrs. Urana Barnum and Miss Mae Stllson were visitors In Burlington the 6th. Mrs. Henry Cox nnd daughters aro vlBltlng relatives In town. Mr. and Sirs. Cox are to move soon to Lake Placid, N. Y. Soveral from here attend ed the Friends Quarterly meeting in North Fcrrlsburg Sunday. MONKTON en poatctl notlfylns pastorate at that ' i " ul" " " .. ,, ; Miss Pearl Warner , ' , ... on East Allen street at nlno o'clock In rom Wnh ngUm, D C.-Mlss Izctta tho morning. This meeting Is called "rrett of Jericho Is learning the work for tho purpose of seeing If tho town tho telephone exchange-Mrs. Mary will voto lo exempt from taxation for ,,cnsu ls n Hlchmond this weck.-Mrs. n r,,.i.i nt m ,..,. .1.,. i...iiji,. .iI a Algar Is building 11 farm house. Mrs. to meet his brother, Mott Hoyt, who has I tnc macMnery t0 ',)0 plnce(, , lhcso Clint Smith and friend, Mrs. Henry recently returned from ovcrseas.-bergt.-, i,uidngs, to bo erected by the Richard U(,!,H- were week-end visitors In Urler ainj. Howard L. Graudey ban been spend- Manufacturing comnnnv on the west- ' hill. Clifford Sablna went to Burlington ing a week with his uncle and aunt, Mr. ! nriv H(ift ,lf m.tIIpMh llnv avntnm ilast week to resume his former position Mrs. Ward Simildlng nnd other ij,...i r--,., p ,i, i,,i, ....,.., ns nlnlit onerntor for the Central Vermont donnrtmont of tho S3rd Division from 1 Railroad company. Mrs, A. M. S.ablns Ohio, hns received his discharge from the nrmy nnd nrrlved homo Saturday anil Is tho guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Parrow of East Spring stroet. Mr. Prrow arrived In this country from Prance Apll 23, going fom tho trnnsport to Camp Merrltt for 10 days and from there to Camp Sherman, nnd friends. Prlvnto Raymond Conlln of the trench mortnr battery of the 27th New York division visited friends here last week. has begun to draw tho tile and will at her home soutli of the village. begin work at once. The expense of the sewer will bo shared by tho Shef field Farms Co., Inc. Ralph Adams has moved from the Hawkins house on Green street to tho house ho formerly occupied on East School street. Mrs. M. J. Helm of Wlllsboro, N, Y has been called to Ferrlsburg by the illness I of her sister, Mrs. Noble Ellsworth. ! Vergennes Grango will hold tho last May meeting Friday evening. Every lady member Is requested to be present and respond to roll call with a verso of poetry and discuss tho subject, "Tho Best Age to Train a Man." Howard Shortsleeves has gono to Rutland and entered the employ of the American Express company, ADDISON Hr. and Mrs. Fred Hilton of Boston, Who have been tho guests of Mrs. Hilton's father, left Saturday for New London, Conn., where they have a position on a fruit farm. Mrs. C. H. Marshall and Mrs. O. 1,. Jackson entertained tho Ladles' AM society at the church parlor Wednes day afternoon. Anna Waldron ls spend ing a few days with Mrs. Stanton Cross. Kulda Clark Is In Bristol for a few days with he! slBtor, Mrs. Louisa King man, who lA 111. The reception nnd social at the church Tuesday evening for , the soldier boys was a great success, about 200 being present. Rev. Mr. Gould of Bristol gave tho address of welcome to the boys and Capt. R. W. McCuen gave an account of his trip across and , hie work while In Germany, L. M. Onge and daughter, Mrs. Baldwin, furnished music and Rev. Mr, Gould gave a vocal election. A supper was served In the Vtstry of the church. Mrs, P. B. Norton will entsrtaln the D, A. R., this week. Mrs. C. W. Andrews Is very 111. Mr. and Mrs. B, E. Bristol and family or Burling ton were at A. T. Clark's Saturday night. The old folks dance was attended by a bhr crowd of both old and young. Mor Kan's orchestra furnlshod muslo. STARKSBORO Mr. and Mrs. AV. G, Brlggs gave a very enjoyable dinner party Thursday In hon or of William Hannon and William It. Wyman. Mr. Hannon hns roturned from . overseas after a two years' absence Ho was In many buttles, ono being thu Cha Vtwtu-Thlerry and gave a vory Interest- Miss Jean U. Plnney of Washington. D. C. Is visiting W. D. Pope and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Hler and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph L. O. Iirien and daughter, Alberta, were In Burlington Tuesday. Mrs. J. P. Chandler was given a party by her neigh bors Tuesday evening, It being her birth day. F. II. Palmer and C. R. Brown are attending tho grand lodge of tho I. O. O. I', held In Burlington this week. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Frary were in Burlington Tues day. Children's day In charge of Mrs. Becmnn will be observed by tho Outlook club Friday afternoon In Grange hall. Reports from E. S. Ladue, who Is In a sanitarium In Burlington, for treatment, aro not very encouraging. Mrs. Ladue Is suffering from thu after effects of influ enza, having had tho disease twice last fall and winter. The Neighborly club will meet with Mrs. W. H. Palmer this after noon. Dr. O. P. Edmunds gave an ad dress before tho teacher training class at Grange hall Wednesday morning on the "Doings of the Legislature and the Pass ing of n BUI." Peter Laroque, who died at tho homo of his daughter in Mlddlebury Tuesday was brought here Tuesday night for the funeral and burial, He is uurived by fivo daughters, Mrs. A. B. Kllburn, Mrs. Alma Grant nnd Mrs. Georglnna Garvey of this village, Mrs, Lapan of Mld dlebury and Mrs. Charles Clapper, Jr., of Nowbury, N. Y., and two sons, Leon nnd Claude. Tho little children not of school ago arn being taught games and folk dances by the girls of the teacher training class at U10 school room In Grange hall. Dr. and Mrs. G, F. Edmunds were In Bur lington on business Tuesday. BRIDPORT O, E. Converse, who returned to his homo rom Burlington last week, Is not as well and will return to Burlington as soon as hu Is ablo, The Woorlmen'fl ball which was held In the Grange hull Friday evening was largely attended. Quite a numbor from out of town wore present Maud Allard, operator at Cornwall cent tral, was a week-end visitor at her sls tor'B, Mrs. W. A. Chandler. The two weeks old child of Mr. and Mrs. noy Dayton died May 0. The young son of W, W, Dukett, who has been at the Ureen Mountain sanitarium In Burlington for tientinent, returned home last Friday, somewhat Improved. Mrs. Edward Hebert romulns tho same, Stanley Converse and The Victory Loan subscriptions exceed Moukton'n ouota by going over tho top. Tho condition mf Mrs. Edward Shepard, who has been ill for several weeks, Is not Improved. Mrs. W. C. Donahue and Mrs. R. C. LaRoso were Sunday guests of Mtb. D. G. Donahue of Charlotte. Mrs. Brnln ard Ladd Is in Tlconderoga, N. Y being called there by the illness of relatives. Mrs. P. McEutee Is visiting relatives in Bristol for a few weeks, Prayer service will be held every Wednesday evening at the church. Mrs. C. Purr has returned from Burlington after a few days' visit. Mrs. J. B. Ladd of Burlington Is In town for a few days. Fred McEntec Is making Interior repairs at his home. C. J. Shepard went to Bouquet, N. Y., Wednesday to visit frlencds for a few days. Dr. A. A. Denton left Tuesday for Upper Jay, N. Y., for a few days' visit among his people. E. H. Palmer attended a meeting of the Vergonnes National bank Wednesday. The services at the Methodist Eplscopul Church Sunday were especially In- proprlato sermon was delivered by the proprirate Bermon was delivered by tho pastor, tho Rev. J. D. Gouthcy. Tho choir rendered excellent music for the day, and a solo was sung by Mrs. Gouthey and Mrs. AyreB. A pleasant reception was held on Monday evening for the Rev. and Mrs. J. D. Gouthcy nt tho Grange hall. The company was presented by C. H. Sears and Mrs. Harry Sears. Music was fur nlshod by the Misses Weston and Dwlre. A reading was given by Mrs. George De void. Refreshments were served by Mrs. J. E. Lafountaln and Miss Helen Lee. Sovoray musical numbers ore rondered by the Rev. and Mrs. Gouthey, which wero much enjoyed nnd heartily encored, Tho Rev. and Mrs. E. J. Raulson of the Friends' Church wore among tho guests. Taken altogether It was an enjoyable oc casion and reflected much credit on tho ladles having charge of the affair. PANTON. Mrs. Martha Jane (Thompson) Bristol, widow of tho late Russell Titus Bristol, a prominent Addison county citizen, died at the old homestead in Panton Thurs day afternoon, aged 91 years. Iter death came unexpected, although she had been in feeble health for some time, due to her advanced years. Mrs. Bristol was born In Now York State January 27, 1828, tho daughter of tho late James and Ablgal (Eldridge) Thompson of Now Haven. She was married to Mr. Bristol In September, 1S47, and had slnco made her home In Panton. She Is survived by five sons, Wlllard R., Carlton D. and Wallls H. Bristol of Vorgenncs, Edwin S. Bristol of Panton and Ernest J, Bristol of Burnt Hills, N. Y.; one daugh ter, Alice J wife of the Rev. Sidney Harris of Chllmark, Martha's Vineyard, Mass.; three sisters, Mrs. Emma Rose of New Haven, Mrs, Adelaide Curler of Reno, Nev,, and Mrs. Lucrutla Carr of Seattle, Wash.; one brother,, Hiram Thompson of New Haven, the combined ages of these four being 343 years, tho oldest being 93 years. Ono son, Arthur II. Bristol of Mlddlebury, died July 14, CORNWALL Tho funeral of Jarcd Abcrncthy, who died nt his homo Tuesday. May (1, of bronchlnl pneumonia following meaPles, was held at tho Congregational Church Thursday afternoon. The Rev. C. R. Ilanilln, pastor of the church of which tho deceased was a member, ofllclnted. Mr. Abernothy was born February , 1S30, a boh of the late Cyrus and Mary Ann Stlckney Abernothy, and was the last rep resentative of the family of Jared Abernethy, who settled In town prior tp 1S0O and owned nnd lived upon the orlglna'l farm of his unccstnr. The Interment was In the family lot In the church yard near by. Mr. and Mrs. Rollln Woods of Bran don, cousins of Mr. Abernethy, were present nt the funeral. LINCOLN Delegates from tho Addison County as sociation mot nt tho Baptist Church May 2 to consider the ordination of tho pastor, Arnot Dexter. An examination was held in the afternoon, and a favorable report given for ordination, which services were held In the evening, and preached by tho Rev. .Inmes S. Broker, D. D., of Bur lington. Others present at the meeting were tho Reverends Dr. Davidson of Bur lington, Stownrt of Starksboro, Board man of Addison, Whittemore of Middle bury, C. C. Ladonu of Starksboro and Mrs. Joslo Morgan of Bristol. Mothers' day was observed Sunday morning with an address by Mrs. E. W. Gouhl of Bristol. Beatrice Parr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Farr, and JamcB Tlerncy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Tierney, wero united In marriage Sunday after noon. Subscriptions to the Victory Liberty Loan have exceeded tho quota by a considerable amount. The com mittee in charge of the Burnham Founda tion fund for the ensuing year Is made of as follows: L. E. Jackmau, A. E. Brlggs, Howard Grant, Mrs. L. E. .Jack mau, G. A. Thayer, T. K. Burnhnm, Mrs. John Benton, M. B. Gove and W. H. Sargent. The W. ( T. U. meets Thurs day with Mrs. A. E. Cushmnn. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kent have purchased of Edwin Hill his farm located In the south part of tho town. Mr. and Mrs. Mahlon Purlnton havo adopted two boys aged four and fix years, by the name of Vosburg. Their homo was In Sholburn and their father and mother died during the Influenza epidemic Joseph Blnncharii of Wurren, Conn., Is spending a few days in town. Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Jack man, Mrs. D. L. Garland and Mrs. Clydo Bean and daughter wero In Burlington Wednesday. A. M. Bristol, who has been ill several weeks, Is considered some what better. Mrs. Melissa Jackman, who has been in poor health for some time, Is not ns well. Mr. and Mrs. Roy.al Hamilton of Randolph are visiting friends In town. Miss Graco Turner of North Ferrlsburg spent tho week-end nt her home hero. A reception was held Thurs day ovcnlng for the boys who recently returned from France. Words of wel come were given by L. A. Bryant, a veteran of the Civil War, followed by re marks from the Rev. A. D. Dexter, pastor of the United Church, G. A. Thayer, chair man of the Victory Liberty Loan, and the Rev. T. B. Hughes, pastor of the Baptist Church of Bristol. Two of the boys, Ralph Sweet and Llndley Blcknell, gavo interesting talks of their experiences overseas. The Bristol band was in at tendance and furnished music for tho evening. After the program a supper was served. will entertain the Lend-n-Hnnd this week. Clifford Buxton nnd family were called to Jericho Inst week by the death of Mr. Buxton's mother. UNDERHILL CENTER "Sure, we'll finish the Job" seems to be the motto of one of the workers of the Ohio, where I19 received his discharge. 1 Underhln Center Red Cross, who has knit NORTH FERRISBURG The King's Daughters will repeat the play, "Virginia Hcrolno," at Allen hull Friday evening, by request. The Ladles' Aid mot with Mrs. P. M. Hagadorn Wednesday afternoon. The King's Her aids will hold a meeting Saturday after noon at Allen hall nt 2:30 o'clock. Fred R. Edwards of Burlington has sold Per fectlon milking mnchlnes to W. E. Ball, S. E. Noonon and C. C. Martin. Miss Emma Ball visited in New Haven last week. Miss Grace Turner spent the week-end at her home In Lincoln. Grover Gage, who has been In oversoas service has recolved his dlschargo and Is visiting his aunt, Mrs. P. N. Sears. Three hundred epoplo attended tho wel come home sociable givon the soldier boys at tho Methodist Episcopal Church Thursday evening. Sixteen of the boys were seated at a table. A treo was planted during tho nfternoon In memory of Robert Scars and Asa Burnham In tho Greenbush school yard. Appropriate ex ercises were given by the children of that school. H. B. Chase ls adding CO feet to his garage, putting on a supply room ami garage for nutomobllo repairs. Carroll H. Klngsland Just returned from France, has gone into partnership with hlm,-Roy Hlgbee of the 26th Division has roturned to his old position In Bur lington. Miss Eva Hunt of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs, Brusso of Mlddlebury and A. D. Poaso and family of Burlington spent the week-end nt Mr. Smith's. Dr. Kenneth Tracy of Kcnnebunkport, Me., Ib visiting at S. E. Noonons. A reception was held at F. N. Seara Monday evening for Mr. and Mrs. Edward Dahyon. Mre. James Gannon nnd family of Richmond aro spending a few weeks wltli Mrs. C. W. Henry. Chittenden County WINOOSKI At the time of entering tho army ho wns employed In Cleveland, Ohio. Sir. and Mts. Henry Metcvler of Pltch burg, Mass., are tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Mnnseau of Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Metcvler nro on their wed ding trip, having visited In New York Stnte last week. They wero married last week in Pltchbiirg. Felix Savard died at 2:30 o'clock yes terday morning at his home on St. Peter street nftor an attack of bronchitis. He had been a sufferer for 19 years with asthma and during that time had been ablo to work about two years at differ ent periods. Until ubout two weeks ago, he was able lo bo about the houso, when ho began to fall. He was born In Port neuf, P. Q., In I81O, coming to this coun try 20 years ago. Besides his wife, he leaves six daughters, Mrs. Joseph Mar cotte, Mrs. William Brlsson, Mrs. Louis Dnlglr, Mrs. Fred Brlsson, Mrs. Elmer Hourdo and Miss Amanda Savard, all of this place; and Ave sons, Felix Savard, who ls at present In the service in France, Fred Savard, .another son In the service, stationed nt Camp Upton, N. Y., Emllle of Melford, Mass., Honoro nnd Henry Savard of this place; besides threo brothers, Franco Savard of Portnouf, P. Q., John Savard of St. Gilbert, P. Q., nnd Felix Savard of Fall River, Mass. He wns a member of the Carpenters' Union. Tho funeral will take place to morrow morning nt eight o'clock at St. Francis Xavlcr Church. Tho funeral of Louis Fortln, who died it the home of his brother, Albert For tln of Colchester nvenue, Monday night, following an nttacl; of Influenza In Feb ruary, from which ho never recovered, was held yesterday morning at St. Prnnris Xavler Church, with burial in St. Francis' cemetery. The Rev. J. Tur cotte officiated. Mr. Fortln was 37 years of ago and was unmarried and made his home with his brother, at whose home he died. Ho was born In St. Johns, P. Q. The remains were taken to tho home of his sister, Mrs. Virginia Laval- ley of Mnllctts Bay avenue, Tuesday afternoon. Ho Is survived by three brothers, Merido and John Fortln of Montreal and Joseph of Saskatchewan, and two sisters, Mrs. Joseph Simard of Burlington and Mrs. Virginia Lavalley of this place. This bearers were Adelard Bertram, Joseph Mcunler, Louis Cormier nnd Victor Jnrettl. Mrs. Fred Homo of Franklin, N. H is the guest of her sister, Mrs. P. Mc Greevey of Mapla street. The remains of George D. Nash, a former resident, who died In Holly wood, Cal., last December, arrived In town last evening nnd wero taken to tho undertaking parlors of Corbln & Frye. Tho interment will take place to-morrow afternoon at 2.30 o'clock at Green Mount cemetery. The members of Webster Lodge, F. and A. M will attend In 11 body. ESSEX JUNCTION , Ernest Yandow has returned to his farm In Wllllston after an ubsonce of nearly threo months, caused by Illness. During this period ho received treatment at the Fanny Allen hospital while Mrs. Yan dow made her home with her husband's mother, Mrs. Virginia Yandow, where Mr. Yandow Joined her recently. Mr. nnd Mrs. Cady Earlo of St. Albans are tho irarents of twin girls. Ruby Irene and Ruth Emily, born at tho home of Mrs. Earlo's mother, Mrs. Linus Slater, of this placo. street, has gono to Westfonl to visit Mrs. Mary Henry nnd her son, Charles Henry. Miss Anna Drury, daughter of Edgar Drury of the river road, left yesterday for Lowell, Mass., where she wus mar ried last evening to Roy H. Nash of that place. Mr. Nash Is manager of tho Grand Union Tea company stores in Lowell. Mr. and Mrs. Nash were mnrried In their furnished apartments and wero unattended. MIbs Drury de parted with tho best wishes of her many frionds here, who extend con gratulations to Mr. Nush on his choice of a compnnion, who has been such a splendid homo-makor for her father, brother nnd sisters since tho death of her mother soveral years ago. JERICHO Tho funeral of Mrs. Mary J. Buxton, who died Monday, May 5, of heart failure, was held Thursday afternoon nt tho homo of her son, W. E.Buxton. Tho Rev. A. H. Sturscss officiated. The bearers were four sons, William, Fred, Warner and Clifford. Burial was in the vlllago cemetery. Mary Jane Domag was born In Essex, July 27, 1839, tho daughter of John and Sarnh (McKlnloy) Domag, Her mother, Sarah McKlnley was born In Ireland nnd came to this country when a girl to Join her brother, William McKlnley, who was tho father of Ex-President McKlnloy. She was married In 1SC2 to Thomas Buxton, who died In 1893. Sho Is survived by one daughter, Mrs. M. A. Bullock of Jericho Conter, four sons, Wlllam of Burlington, Fred W., of Richmond, Warren E., of this place, Clifford C of Jonevlllo nnd by several grandchildren. A woman, of sterling character and devoted to her homo, sho had tho respect of everyone and will bo greatly missed by those who knew her. Mr. nnd Mrs. aeorgo Noy, who wero In town during tho Illness and death of Mrs. Y. G. Nay, have returned to their homo In Hudson Falls, N. Y. Mrs. Frank Klefer, who has been visiting nt the homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. aeorgo Woodruff, has returned to her home In St. LouIb. Edward Martin Ib repairing the building which he recontly pur chased of Q. H. Hutchinson. George Pottlnglll is doing tho work, Mrs. Emma Boomhower has been a recont visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Styglos. Mrs. Goddnrd, who was called hero by the death of her sister, Mrs. Y. G, Nay, returned to her homo at Foster Junction Saturday, accompanied by Y, G, Nny, who will visit there for n few weeks. Mrs. Charles Wltwor of Brooklyn, N. Y who has been vlBltlng nt tho home of seven children's sleeved sweaters slnco March 2fl. Tho quota of mufflers has been knitted by tho pupils of the school. The InBt shipment from this branch was 90 garments for refugee children, socks and a sweater. Another shipment of children's willing to lend a helping hand to nnyon session of the fdrtn purchnted from 1111111 luii. .irs, tiuuu urrgury nun ri VU.llt-w liuill HI MIUIuntA JIUVII1B l""lL her son, R, Gregory. Mrs, Lora Gregor Ing ns grand Juror. P O. Evans nn sons were visuors ui j. 11 mmis. aiu uuji xiiu iiuvi .v, ri iiiiiiuiinK win i:nu at 10:30 11. in., subji.ct of Bermon, uuiiurru i vi icui. nei viuu, in lliu cvei ins .ii. utiimiuiiK win unit 1111 4 i.;iitii jiirpflipr. Willi mm iii'i.ii iniiin ill. ir hiiiti, whnt bettor. MILTON BORO I lit j v ij uiivwiii i; vj 1 .. rwi tui I inriv 1'IHMIIS H ILL LI1M IltJIIlf' III I IX tl t! I nln l.'nt n.irt Vm Thnmiu Whnn wprn nnr iirrinv in nu nun v. .i r a if rrwi i.Tft triti utinni inn woo r. nil ui 1 WfJ(JKt:iI11 Willi JH'P MLUI iU1.1i nun holle. werp In St. Alhrinn M.iv lfh .tnmi Ituudlck, of California, Is In town. HINESBURG uaiuumj tii iu,ou IV. lilt I1U la IUI Ulllll KWtllK IIJ t 11UII1 MMJII 1111'. lUIUl.i IUI But, 1." '1u11.n1, "11111; nu '-iiiM"J 111(111 Ul 1CV VVUlun. 1L Kllltl llltMlll. IL1W11 muIHers, sweaters, pocks and women's jackets Is early completed. COLCHESTER Mrs. Lucy Carey, who has been making her homo for the winter with her daugh ter, Jlrs. Chester P. Button, returnod Saturday to her own home. P. S. Marvin wns in St. Albans on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George B. St. Amour have moved from the Day house to the Pitts tenement which they are roported to havo pur chased. Mrs. Sanderson of Milton re cently visited her daughter, Mrs. Corml Ploof. Erwln Pitts has purchased a Reo truck for hauling tho milk from the creamery to the railway station. Mrs. Charles Caswell has gono to Duxbury to spend a week or so with her husband. Mrs. Hattle Somervlllo and her father, A. M. Wheelor, nro gaining In health. Mrf. Carrie Houghton Is helping In the Somervllle household. HUNTINGTON CENTER Burdltt Gorton stnrted for Kan san City, Mo., Friday morning to nttend nn automobile school. Mrs. Jarlus Shat- tuck Is 111 with the gup. Roy Cleveland Is visiting his sister, Mrs. Forest Norton at Enosburg this week. Miss Jane Ring Invited her Sunday school class to her home Saturday afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ring of Water bury are visiting Mr. Ring's parents, Mr. and Jlrs. Walter Ring. Harrison LaRoso moved to Clayton Sweet's place Tues day. Mr. and Jlrs. H. C. Russell were In Mlddlebury Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Liberty and son of Bristol are visiting Mr. Liberty's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Liberty. MILTON Jlrs. Emma Qulnn nnd Mrs. Hattle D. Wood of St. Petersburg, Fla., and Miss Laura Qulnn of Boston aro in town. The barn on the place which the Co operative creamery bought of M. J. Perry was sold nt auction last week to William Gordon, who Is tearing It down. Jlrs. AVillnrd Sanderson is 111. Mr. and Mrs. Alvnh Holmes attended the funeral of Jlrs. Nay at Jericho the first of the week. Asa Davis has bought the house of Henry Smith on Jtaln street. Jlr. Young of Essex Junction has bougnt out tna blacksmith business of A. Sweeney and has also bought the Blair house on the Plains of Carl Robinson. Frank May vllle has recovered from an attack of the mumps. James Cough has sold his farm on Hardscrabble to Jlr. LaRocholle and has hired the old Howard farm on the east road which Tom Rowley re cently bought. Tho Row Mr. Van Tyne of Boston preached lust Sunday evening at the United Church in the Interest of the centenary movemont. Clark's Memor ial band will render Its first concert of the season In tho park this evening, weather permitting. Henry. Becman has bought Jlrs. A. B. Landon's house and has sold the Sanderson house, where he now resides, to W. C. Gataree. Seneca Lodge, No. 40, P. and A M., worked the second degree on a can didate at Its meeting Tuesday evening. A special meeting will be held on Tues day evening, the 27th. Jlrs. E. W. Qulnn and JIlss Laura Qulnn have sold their residence on Main street to J. E. Wagner. WESTFORD Jlr. and Mrs. Jllles Nelson and llttlo daughter, Mary, have boon spending n few days In Barnet with the parents of Mr. Nelson. JIlss Mildred Blxby of Essox Is the guest of her sister, Jlrs. James Jloran. Rosslo Grow ana naipn wuiey reoort a good catch of fish on their re cent tlshlng tril Mr. and Jlrs. Benjamin Wltherwax. their daughters, Jlrs. Rogers, and Miss Laura, and their son. Earl, went to Pittsburgh, N. Y Friday, where moy will make their future home. Jlrs. R. C. Flagg and children, Allen and Alice, of Jtlddlobury wero recent guests of Jlrs. Rice's father, G. A. Rico. About 40 was realized from tho play, "Safety First," given last Friday evening. Carl Paige of St. 'Albans spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Paige. At the Community Church Sunday Mrs. George Grow was appointed delegate to the State Congregational conference at Essex Junction May 20-22 and Mrs. Flor ence Calkins and Jlrs. Hiland Stone dele gates to the county Sunday school meet ing In Burlington Tuesday. A beautiful Individual communion sot was presented tho church by the Huntley and Wilcox families Sunday. Miss Vynno Wilcox, Miss Emma Bouffurd and Henry Abalr wero married Tuesday Sluy 0 at St. Francis Xavlor's Churoh In tho presence of n large number of friends. Jlr. nnd Mrs. Abalr havo a largo number of friends In this vlllago who wish thorn happiness In tholr new llfo. Jlrs. Abalr has always been nn active member of tho Young Ladles' Sodality of St. Fran cis' Church and Jlr. Abalr has Just re cently returnod from France, ho being a member of tho l6lst Ammunition Train of tho 2Cth Division. Jlrs. Elisabeth Groanoy, a long-time resident of this village, died at her home nt 170 West Allen stroet Satur day morning nftor a 10 days' Illness of u paralytic shock. Jlrs. Grcaney wns born In Cm k. Ireland, in 1837, coming tq this country with hor Mr. nnd Jlrs. Wilson Curtis tho paBt two husband S4 years ugo. Flfty-throo of , weeks, went to Burlington Friday, where and will bo long remembered by all wt knew him. Tlio sneluurne base nan team wi from Hlncsburg in the game horo Satu uuj. iiiw nuui.ii kivcii uy inc v. an Plro girls Saturday was a social ai financial success, Several couples fro I'liiiH. r r111.LV. i'.i 1 1. iiiiuirii:u ill Friday nftcinoon of valvular disease the heart. Ho had been In poor heal for several months but was ablo to up every day till the day of hla deat He was a prosperous farmer nnd h. lived nearly all of his life In town. i w;i.i .1 1 11:111V 1 trnuri:Lt;ii 1:1 i k y'. ti 1 1 111111 f 'nnr r nnd l'"rflfrifit nt in r town, 'l Saturday evening after a lingering I IIPSH. III! IN tiUIMVt'U UV 111.1 Wllf it I 111 t afternoon at two oclock at tho house HUNTINGTON ltli h.r mrptitq Mr. -inrl Mrs. Hlr.n Pierce, returned home Sunday. T missionary meeting win ut nuiu xuui day nfternoon at the parsonng.', al the prayer meeting Thursday evening Mr. nnd Jlrs. E. H. Hinds have be mr. .n.m in.Tun. wno nas uueu uuii for JIlss Daisy Kenyan, tho past fo weeKS. reiurnen to uurnngion nisi wo but was callod buck Jlonduy to care Mrs. Jarlus Shattuck. ESSEX CENTER The dance Friday night w.-ii well tended and a pleasing program n.izpn hopiil inp weflK-ei u ill on Hero. 1'rin. is. w. uraiiey was a gui saiuruay evening 111 me ermnni. 1. 111 praetors association at Its third 1 1 .. . V. V.i. GVin-wnnn a mei-tlng of some of the members 1ia iviiiup- Tionrlrt'ci nlhlo nlnIH nf 1 reaerateu nurcn ill wii? imi.-ijiui&i: iiniav ovpninir in ionowine culkk onr. . r I . : 1 1 1 1 T .. .1 ' .J I . Mf. I- Sharpley, Randolph Still; social comm inc. chairman, iiucn u xny. .iarga t n ar s n mxnv ann .iarion .uuivin lege wus a week-end guest of JI spent tne wecK-ono. ai. nor nonio ne Jlrs. Harlow Thompson and lit afternoon to spend a few days with parents, Jlr. and Mrs. Packett. EAST CHARLOTTE nurgi wnu muu ui iiib iiuiiiii mcio r dav. was neici .uonaav morning ai ju ment wns made In the Catholic ccn tery. The Rev. T. F. Henry outdated JIlss Eldora Estey Is ill with moas and her sister, JIlss Kara Estey, is nemorrnago in tne ne.-iu. i-rivate ; thur Rock and Jlrs. Rock of Burlii ton were guests of Jlr and Jlrs. Geoi Hart last week. Jlr. Rock has reccn returned from overseas nnd has celved his discharge. JIlss Ed Kteaiiv. tnc riauirnier or Air anil William Steady of this town, nnd W ley uentor or iiinesourg were marr nt St. Catherine's rectory in sneinu Wednesday, Jlay 7, by tho Rev. T. Unnrv Th.v will rpslilf. in TTlnoshll u'hnr air. center will ra.rrv on a in The weekly prayor meeting will neia at tne nomo or airs, uaipn i.- Friday evening. Patrick McOuiro moved to J. D. Vnnderhoof's farm in w I ii nn itirr m i am iiH9.pi I iirnpni is nnMsintr me weeic wun nor sis Mr. and Mrs. D. H. BoulTard went Wlnooskl JIny 5 to bo present at mnrrlnff-n nf flip, fnrinpr R HlHtftr. a Emma BoulTard and Henry Abalr at Francis Xavlcrs Church Tuesday mo inn. .m i". nnn .11 ra A inir snpni ii honeymoon In Charlotte with Mr. who Is teaching In Georgia, spent Sun- .. nllf,,n, .. .. rw,B1), aay wun ner parents, .ur. win .ma. muvi i Wilcox. JIlss Catclla of Essox Is visiting her sister, Jlrs. Harmon JIacla. Leo LaFrance of Undorhill, who returned re cently from overseas service, was the guest of Harmon Macla Saturday and Sunday. ST. GEORGE Earl Aycr was In St. Albans Friday on business and also visited his moth er. Mrs. W. W. Tlnkham. Soveral In town attended the reception for the Rev. Charles H. Bennett In Hlncsburg 'Tuesday evening. Lawronco Wolllng- or was In Burlington Wednesday ana Thursday. JIlss Abblo Welllnger has beou visiting In Wllllston. Mrs. Jlay Smith nnd children of Norwood, N. Y., aro passing two weeks with her par ents. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Levi Shephard, News has been recelvod of the death of Seymour Hlnsdnlo in Sacramento, Cal. Jlr. Hlnsdalo was born horo In town and was 77 years of age. He wns a brothor of Jlltrholl W. Hlndsdalo of this place. ,YET iiOLTON- The Ladles' Aid and Willing Workers societies mot wth Jlrs. B. Hunger last Thursday afternoon. Forty-eight wero at their homo Thursday evening honor of tho newly married couple, refreshments wero served. Jlr. Cobb lliuveu iu i, i. .urn ruusiia ii'uunirni 11 Burlington. Roy Lavalley passed Frank Lavalley. CHARLOTTE i' rtU ..UlWLMVJIll HUB 1 fill I lll-li WWII " Walter iienry ranker is uukiuk h m sleeves has rented tho Leavenworth pi of 11. Is, HylnKtou. Joseph Mnnor, Sr, Jr., nnd noneri vuuinms irom uvurrjt homes hero. The Hov. Mr. Hutan k nl.nmnlnlti 1 rl1 rr.l Vn vy i ft iivim unit; v n. - nrrf rn luauinop iu iri-.-i vii uriir iiih Lii.iu i to Shelburne lino. Wllllnm Donor has cureu oiupoymeiu wun oiiiniou ma The Library nssoclutlon gave a rose and Jlrs. Jlelroso, who camo always has taken a deep interest lu