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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY. MAY 15, 1919.
Iilinir nnd hnt helped a great tlcnl. Tho officers of tlio library received with Major nml Mrs. Melrose. Tho Ho v. ntul Mm Frederick Hutun and son arrived In town Saturday nml are tlio guests of tlio Misses Bylngton until their goods conio and can be moved to tho pnrsonnge. Miss Anna Bylngton and Solon Lewis were elected delegates to the Sunday school convention and J, I'. Ramsey to the convention at Essex Junction next week. JERICHO CENTER T. .1. Leary of Burlington was an iiVor-Sunday guest of L, U. Holgcr. rlhnr Htnnley of Georgia, who has Just returned from overseas, was a re cent finest of the Misses Potter. Mrs. Laura Dutton of Koyalton Is tho guest nf her sister, Mrs. 13. II. Smith. The llev. 11. J. lllnman of New York occu pied the pulpit Sunday morning and gnvo an Interesting and urgent appeal for thu Pilgrim memorial fund. Mr. Hlnman remained nnd canvassed dif ferent parts of the parish Monday. Mr.". Crawford, who has been visiting friends In Itutland, has returned 'to the home of her daughter, Mrs. F. C. 1311s. The Ladles" -Mil society and Mansfield Orange -Ml, of .Jericho Center, have ar ranged to hold a Fourth of July celebra tion and have engaged the services of the Westford band for the day. A program will lie announced later. Mrs. Clyde Wilder took her little daughter, Frieda, to Burlington Wednesday to meet the doctors at tlin State laboratory, who arc specialists In Infantile paralysis. WILLISTON The I.adl'S Union met with Mrs. Wll la.nl Furgeson, May 7. This was tho annual meeting to elect officers for tho ensuing year. There was a large attend ance and meeting called to order, electing for president, Mrs. C. D. Warren; vice piesldcnt, Mrs. W. M. Barber; secretary and treasurer, Mrs. Frank Forbes; par sonage committee, Mrs. Hiram lsham, Mrs. Wlllard Furgeson and Mrs. H. O. I'.anlts; directresses, Mrs. Mary Clark. Mrs. J. II. Bryant, Mrs. Julia lilnghatn, and Mrs. Kate Johnson. Edward Bur nett has moved Into Lewis Miles tene ment house J. C. Crowley from Essex Junction was In town a few days last week. Mrs. Dora Warner of Burlington was with her sister, Mrs. Henry Hart, who Is In poor health, from Friday until Monday. Mrs. Nettle Johnson, nurse, who has been caring for George Talcott through the mcuslcs, lias returned to her homo In Essex Junction. Mrs. Sarah Lcat. who has been with her children in Massachusetts and New Hampshire has re turned to her homo and opened tho house. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Fuller's children, who have been having measles, are get ting better, SHELBURNE Mr. and Mrs. Luther Bates have moved to their farm recently purchased In Jericho. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ball have settled In their new homo. Miss Doris Bates Is boarding at Mrs. Mar sett's to finish tho school year and will Join her parents later In Jericho. Mrs. Joseph Commo Is visiting her Hunt, Mrs. George Woollier. Mrs. How ard Fetcrson has returned from visit tng relatives In Corinth. William Sher idan has returned from tho Fanny Allen hospital. Mrs. C. M. Russell has oecn visiting her daughter, Mrs. Drew, In Burlington. William H. Fonda of Texas is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Emer lon Palmer. Maurice Palmer is recov ering from an operation at the Fanny Allen hospital. The Shelburno high school baseball team played the Vcr gennes high Friday, the score being IS to 11 In favor of Vergenncs. The local team wishes to thank Walter Palmer and Harris Maeck for taking It to Vergcnnes. Mrs. Kate Muzzy has opened a parlor bakery. Mrs. Roy Sanders has opened her house In tho village for the summer. James Mlnall Is now night watchman at Shelburno House. Prosper Morrlssetto has taken a position in the Shelburne Farms office. Mr. and Mrs. William ITIU and sons of East Barnard and Miss Hilda Chamber lln of Kast Pomfret arrived In Shelburno Tuesday by auto and took dinner with Frank Eddy and Lucy Chaffee at the Eddy (arm. Franklin County ST. ALBANS At the annual meeting of the St. Albans Bay and Point Cemetery association the following officers were elected: President, S. J. Brlgham; secretary, B. W. Brown; treasurer, G. B. Meigs; trustees for one year, Mr. Meigs; for two years, Thomas Gallagher and Mr. Brlgham; for three years, F. A. Collins and Mr. Brown; col lector for Bay cemetery, Mrs. William Connell; collector for point cemetery, Mrs. H. K. Brooke. Lieut. Emcst E. Bell ided' in xnis couniry aiiuui a tt';lv jt-i anu who has been visiting Mrs. Bull for u few days, has gone to his home In Birmingham, Ala., where he is to parade with tho units of tho Rainbow Division. Mrs. Bell will Join him in a few weeks. ' The funeral of Mrs. Cora (Farr), Myers, wife of James F. Myers of Diamond treet, who died Friday afternoon after a. long Illness was held at the house burial was In Greenwood cemetery. Mondny afternoon at two o'clock nnd tho burial was in Greenwood cemetery. Mrs. Myers was born in Mooer's Forks, .V. Y Februaiy 1859, where sho re sided until her marriage November 11, 18SS. Sho had been a resident of this city for over 3u years. Sho is survived by her husband; ono son, Harry C. MycrH; three sisters, Mrs. R. II. Farr of this city, Mrs. Ralph McCabo of Mooers Forks, N. Y and Mrs. C. B. llobbs of Ellcn- burg Center, X. Y.; four brothers, Robert H. Farr of Los Angeles, Cal., Luther Farr nnd James II. Farr of North Wll braham, Mass., and Albert H. Farr of Mooers, X. Y. Tho deceased waa a mem ber of tho Methodist Episcopal Church snd A. R. Hurlbut Woman's Relief Corps, No. 31, G. A. R. The members of the St. Albans high school gave a banquet Monday evening to the former high schuol boys who were in service overseas. There wero over 200 people present, Including the soldier boys, members of the high school, many mem bers of tho classes of '17 and 'IS, tho faculty and several honorary guests. The banquet took place in the parlors of Hie Methodist Episcopal Church, The tallies were attractively decorated with flowers and the high school colors. During tho banquet music was furnished by the Highland orchestra. At the conclusion, the banqueters ndjourned to the high school assembly hall, where an Informal recep tion was held. Gladys Rcll, 13 years old of Sheldon Springs, was arraigned before Judge Nathan X. Post In tho city court Mon day, charged with being an uncontrollable child. She was sentenced to tho Industrial school at Vergonnes during tho remainder of her minority, Mr. nnd Mrs. Denis Nichols of North Fairfax have received word that their son, Edward, has landed In New York from overseas. Ho Is nt Camp Devena, where he expects soon to receive his dis charge. Arthur Gnrey, sou of Mr. and Mrs. M. C, Garey, has returned home, having re ceived his discharge from the army at Camp Dovens. The Rev. and Mis. Albert Galo of PJattaburgli, N. Y havo announced the marrlugo of tholr daughter, Marguerite Annie, to Jiunes Polk MuMahon of Burke vlile. T.sa:i, which took place May 6. Thu Rev .Mr Galo und family formerly resided In this city, Mr. Gale being rec-' tor of St. Luko's Episcopal Church. At a meeting of tho olllclal board of the Methodist Episcopal Church Mondny evening plans were mado for the flnan- clal canvass for tho centenary fund, Dr. II. A. Stevenson was appointed cam- palgn manager. Teams will be organ- ized for tho work which will bo dono tho week of May 18-25. A committee was appointed to nrrango for a church sup per ror tho members of tho congrega tion, to be held Friday evening. The docket of the Franklin county court ror this term Is practically demor allzrd. Most of tho cases marked for trial have been continued. After tho case of L. 11. Truax vs. It. W. Carmnn (contract) has been completed tho last remaining Jury enso will be tried. It Is, that of James M. Manner vs. the town of Montgoriiory (case), State's Attorney A. B, Rowley of Illchford will represent Mnnzer. Tho case of Truax vs. Carmnn went to the Jury Wednesday afternoon. Truax claimed that Carman had not paid him for all tho rent and wood due him and Carman claimed he had. The plnln tlff was represented by the firm of C. O. Austin & Sons nd tho defendant by M. II. Alexander. Mrs. V, Laurler has returned home from Camp Dcvens, where her son, Eugene Laurler, Is critically 111 in a hospital there. Mrs. Emetine Kingsbury died at the Sherwood sanitarium Wednesday morn ing nt 12:30 o'clock. The body was taken to the undertaking rooms of W. A. McLennan on Kingman street. The funeral arrangements have not been completed, hut the burial will take place Friday In Montpcller. The deceased Is survived by three brothers, Ersklno Dcnnlson of Plttsfleld, X. II., Ad'orno of Middlesex and Jerome of this city, and a sister, Mrs. S. J. Wlnslow of Pitts field, N". H. Tho son of Mrs. Kingsbury Was killed In nn automobile accident about a year and a half ago. Mrs. Kingsbury had lived In this city since last December. Tho office of the Franklin County Sav ings Bank & Trust Co.. which has been located at 7.1 South Main street for sev eral months, has been moved back to temporary quarters in a section of the bank building which Is undergoing exten slvo rcpalis. Joseph Conte Is now occupying tho store vacated by the bank, thus enlarging his candy store nt 3fi South Main street. The Interior of the store Is being remodeled. The counters will bo moved back nnd Ice cream booths will bo installed. ENOSBURG FALLS J. G. Gaines, who sold his house on Church street to Andrew Colton of Everett, Mass., during his recent visit here has bought the residence of D. M. Rose on the same street. H. P. Duval, who was with the ammunition train of the 26th Division nnd who has been! visiting his parents In Montgomery, , in town Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. was a recent visitor In the homo of his , F. C. Ducharme. Mr. anil Mrs. Howard sister, Mrs. S. J. Maynard, on Orchard , Larock of Burlington wero nt C. C. street. He formerly lived hero when Martin's Sunday. The annual meeting of ho was employed In the tin shop of his the Independent Telephone company was brother, E. T. Duval. Mrs. F. W. Dra-held at the. town clerk's office Tuesday per has returned from Boston, whero the old board of directors were re-elected, she has been passing a few weeks J The Catholic j-oclety Is holding a fair among friends. Joseph Clouture, who . and sale in the hall this week. Margaret has been living with his parents at C.ardyne was a visitor In St. Albans Mon South Franklin, has rented and will day.-The selectmen and Attorney P. H. move to tho tenement of J. C. Towlo Coleman were In St. Albans Wednesday on the Vent Berkshlro road. George I attending county court In connection with O. Bowen Is at the New England sanl-ttho case of Manzer vs this town for per- tarium In Melrose, Mass., for treatment. Leo Hicks, who recently sold his houso across the river to A. J. Llbby of East Esosburg, wan a business vis itor in town Friday. The name of the Enosburg Falls orchestra has been changed to Isham's orchestra, without any change of personnel. Its members are: Donald F. Kimball, violin, leader; Mrs. Leo Polssant, piano; Leo Poissant, cornet; Thomas Croce, clarinet; A. W. Isham, traps, business manager. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Colton of Everett, Mass., and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Holdon of Waltham, Mass., left here by nuto mobile Friday on their return. During their stay In town Mr. Holden has bargained his place on Church street to his fornver business partner, C. M. Mrs. J. R. Renfrew pas.-ed a few days''00, T'" T V Brown, and Mr. Colton has purchased last week in Enosburg Falls.-Mr. and,hUnd-?y tw"-Mn'- B- Shepardson tho home of J. G. Gaines. Mr. Gaines Mrs. Charles Allen. Mrs. D. W. Paul and,W?f 'I. nurIlnton' r,e0ce" ' T , has rented and will continue to occupy, sons, Allen and Leland. passed the week- I,,?" ,,,?'' y "v"'0 "ev- J the house, ns Mr. fnitn., ,in. in.iemi I., iiMriii ..i, t, ... ' ' WI deliver a missionary sermon, tend coming here for a vear or more. . Mr. Brown contemplates moving fooii. '.u r, have and Mrs. F. R. Fulllngton, whn'cceds will go into the library fund -Mrs i tin... -m vv.iit . ...rK. ...iiinBious parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. J. La due, on-: pect to go to housekeeping in their nomo on Aortli Alain street, which Is Deing vacated ny J. C. Pomeroy, after some minor repairs nrc made. .Mrs. Laura Colpltt, who Is bookkeeping for a lumber firm In Lisbon, N. II.. went there after a short stay at her farm In Berkshire. Miss Edna Plcrco and Mrs. Nellie Mullen of the telephone force at tended tho wedding of ono of their former members, Miss Myrle Hanley, who was married Monday at her heme In Essex to Roy J. Chase of Ports mouth, N. H whero they will make their homo. Lowell Smith of Ogdens burg, N. Y has entered the employ of Olln Merrill as chauffeur. They wero In St. Albans Thursday to get Mr. Pom- eroy's car. W. J. Thayer of Worcester, Mass.. has beenon a business visit to tho Wachusett Creamery, where n new boiler room is being constructed. Tho news has been received here of the death of the Infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Derby in West Hartford Conn., where they recently went, after passing the winter with Mrs. Derby's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W ,E. Tift. Arthur Douglass of St. Albnns was n recent cuest in the home of J. C. La-1 flamo on Pleasant street. Henry V. Jones of tho U. s. navy, stationed at Indian Head, Md Is passing a furlough In tho home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Jones. Mark Nador of Lynn, Mass.,, died very suddenly of heart fall uisu vtitj mjuui-iuy ui nil" i ..in- ure in Toronto, Out., where he was on n inmiiintin i m,. v.jn. ii,-.,i i.i tvimn n i,n ..'.i hJ .ii..i i,w. e,.ei. season recently. He leaves a wife and one child, A truck load of tho house- hold goods of Dr. R. B. Thomas left hore Friday morning for Burlington, where ho is to locate. Mrs. J. v. Boyce of North Fnyaton passed Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Redmond. Monday, she and her mother went to Springfield, Mnss., where they will pass tho week with friends. Charles J. Long, W. N. Lang and I.on Ward of Cambridge and A. D. Whitney, C. W. Morgan, tl. M. Towlo and A. D. Wilder of Franklin were business visitors in town Saturday. A. M. Aseltlno of Burlington visited his brother, A. A. Ascltine, a few days last week. Oscar Johnson, who has been employed as foreman on tho Dortland farm, has resigned the position nnd accepted one with tho Standard Oil company. Leonard Gllbar hns taken tho place vnratcd by Mr, Johnson. Earlc whero she has been for several weeks. Cassldy has resigned tho position ho has Mrs. Betsy Keith of Nashua, N. II., has held In Marsh's feed storo for sovernl been spending a few weeks with Mr. and years and engaged with tho Federal Mrs. W. S. White, Tho Woman's Homo Pncklng company. Tho change will be Missionary Society met Wednesday made nt tho closo of the present week. I afternoon at two o'clock with Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. John Branch and Mr. j Butler. Mnjor Herbert W. Tnylor, who and Mrs. John Branch, Jr., und son, has recenty returned from IS months of John Branch, 3rd, of St, Albans motored service overseas, is visiting his parents, to town Saturday. Mrs. Branch, Jr., Mr. and .Mrs. i:i Taylor His many and son are passing a few days with her friends aro glad to welcome him home, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ascltine. I His sister, Mlsa Dora Taylor of Burllng M. P. Perley has received a letter from ton, spent tho week-end with her parents, his son, Corp. Jnmes K. Perley. who la -W. W. Fosb Is confined to tho houso by In St, Nazal re, France, awaiting trans. : Illness. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Butler of portation to America.-II. L. Lafley ro- colved a message from his son, Hector, Saturday from St. Albans, saying that ho had got that far toward home from overseas. Mr, LaJley went by automo bile nt once and returned with his son that evening, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Fiiquottc, Who have been In Lowell, Mass., a few months, have arrived In town, Mr. Puquotte Intends to build on tlio lot he purchased of D, a, licnolt u few weeks ago. Mrs, II. F. Kimball passed Sunday In St. Albans, where her dnughter, Miss Marlon, Is recovering from an operation. Her condition Is so much Improved that she Is expected to return homo this week. G. C. Story of Sheldon was a 1 business visitor in town, Monday. L. It. Ponicroy Is nsslstlng in the store of M. P. Perloy .fc Co., this week. The llev. Mr. Vnndermnrk of Boston, who spoko In tho Methodist Church Sunday morning In the Interest of the Centenary, spoke In Milton that evening. 8. S. Hall, Jr., carried him to Sheldon Junction, whoro ho was met by Milton partles.-Mrs. K. .1. Tyler was a business visitor In Bur llngton, Tuesday, Miss Caroline Nutting of Bnkerslleld was a recent visitor In town. A social Is to be held In the parlors of tho Methodist Church Friday evening In tho Interest nt the centennry move ment In that rliurch. There wilt be a freo banquet with speaking and a gen eral good time Tho llev. and Mts. Pov erty, J, D. Bussell, Ilalph Olmstead, A. S. Hcndrlck and Mrs. O. E. Ouertln of Franklin, Mrs. E. A. Moslcr of West Berkshire and Fay Brlgham of Bakcrs fleld were among the business visitors In town Tuesday. Cortes Farrar of Rlch foid was In town on business Monday. Mrs. Katherlne I torn, who lives with her brother, Thomas Grcon, In Berk shire, was taken suddenly 111 Tuesday. Mrs. Emma Goodsell, who had been at the Mary Fletcher hospital for treatment, was operated on there Thursday for eye trouble. E. S. Abbott of Montpellcr was In town over Tuesday night. MONTGOMERY. Mr. and Mrs. Kelson B. Cantcll of New port were In town tho first part of the week pncklng their household goods ready to move to Nowport, where Mr. Cantell has. a position with the B. ei M. railroad. Mrs. B. W. Pease has been taken to the hospital at St. Albans, where she had an operation. L. I). Hart has pur chased a large car for the livery. He will meet all trains for passengers. W. J. Wright and J. u. Hallo were recent visitors In Eden. The citizens of the town gave the Returned soldiers a celebration and reception which was largely attended by the towns people Wednesday. A ball game was played in tho afternoon with a banquet at the Montgomery Inn at six n'ntnnl, ft.. . . I.. .1.- l.tl I.. . 1. - I w .-tut.,., nic uAiiunia in inu nun in lM" ' i-NviiuiK writ. liirMtNy nuumieu. .tiouicr h day was observed at tho Baptsl Church Sunday morning and in the nfternoon at Ilectoravlllc. A series of lectures given at the Baptist Church last week by the Rev. J. T. Sharman, II. D., of St. Albans were well attended. H. It. Porter of St. Albans was In town Sundny. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leon Good of East Berkshire were sonal damages. Tho selectmen have ap pointed F. C. Good, road commissioner In place of Joseph Lapank, who has re-, signed. Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Clark of ' Richford wero in town Tuesday. State's I Attorney A. B. Rowley und family of I Klchtord wero in town Saturday. EAST BERKSHIRE. Daniel Lanck, Jr., of St. Albans was In town the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. 11. F. Comings visited their daugh ter, Mrs. Merle Pease of Montgomery Center, last week. The monthly meeting of tho Ladles' Aid society was held in the vestry of the Congregational Church Tuesday afternoon. Supper was served. Allen.-A social will he ltei.'i i,', i 'hall Friday evening, May 23. The urn. .i. h. uenrrew and Miss Susie Moffatt visited Jee Harvev nf Plrlifnr l Mondnv Walter Tin- nf pk.. i Falls vlsted her sister, Mrs. It. Dcmar, Sunday, WEST BERKSHIRE Wlnfleld Lawrence was operated on for appendicitis at Maple Park Sani tarium, May n. Herbert Hull has gone to Clarcmont, N. H. A box party and promenade was given by the teacher and pupils of the grammar school at Aus tin's hall Friday evening. Mrs. Mark Kinney is making favorable recovery fiom her operation performed April "0. FAIRFAX .Martin V. Kicks died at his home on Main street Saturday nfternoon after a 1 long illness. Mr. Hicks wan born at est Swanton 82 years ago, the son ot Sully and Levi Hicks. His first wlfo was Cordelia Heals of Swanton. To them five children were born, of whom, three arc llvlni M.o I. .11.. tj-ii ... i,..., i'lV "'. " ' ' , """W ,s' S "",,1, M,arn J "Lck8 , "L ,I,la.C0. ,A.ltar 11,0 dcath ot M flrst i, a,,!',l,t thl,rty ycurs nKO- ho married . - " Sa'erson) Drow, who sur- I V,VCB "Im, Besides these, ho leaves threo ranlchlldrcn, Mrs. J. M. Hotchklsa of Turlington, Miss Cecil Reynolds of Fair- rax an1 otls Hal1 t Swanton. ono great- Kr!"'acmi(i, Elizabeth Hotchklss, of Bur- lington, one brother, Lester C. Hicks of -- I'a'rfax and ono sister. Mrs. Anna Bron- Bon or .North I.awiohce. N. Y. Mr. iiinic nt ono time kcot ft bntel Im ami later t"k u tho undertaking business, which " now conducts, no also liad a "fro nna bought hides for Pago of Hyde Park. Mr. Hicks served his coun-jtno I try during the civil war nnd was an ac- live member of I. B. Rlclinrdsou Post ns long ns there wero members enough to hold a meeting. Ho was a member of the Methodist church and ono of the stewards of the church for years. Mr. Hicks wns one, who always had n smllo 'and pleasant wonl nnd was always glad to assist or accominodato any ono. Ho will be greatly missed by a large circle 1 Frank Llbby of Newport and Leon of friends. Thu funeral was held In tho Llbby and daughter, Doris, of Mont Methodist Episcopal church Tuesdav at gomery, visited nt the homo of Chnrles two o'clock. Tho Rev A. II. Webb and Rev. Mr. Sanderson officiated, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pago and daughter of St. Albans huvu been nasslnir a few ,i;.va in . town with friends. Miss Abblo Kenlleld has returned home from Sarannc Lake. ' St. Albans spent Saturday in town with friends. Mr. and Mra. D. J. Stevens nnd Pvt. Karl Bovce Went Slltirluv ,tnr,.nn to Saratoga, N. Y., to visit Mrs. Sloven's daughter, Knthrlno Kendrlck. Principal M. .1, Hopkins Wrts called to New York Friday by tho death of Mrs. Hopkln'a mother. Mrs. Hopkins has been with her mother for several weeks. Tho funeral of M. V. Hicks was held In the Methodist Episcopal Church Tues- day at two o'clock. There was a largo attendance of friends nnd relatives who gathered to pay their last respects. Tho Itov. A. H. Webb and the Rev. Mr. Sanderson officiated. Tho burial was nt Sanderson Corners In the family lot. Among those from out of town were: Mr. .and Mrs. Gcorgo Hall of Burlington, Mr. nnd Mrs. Otis Hall of Hwanton, Judge and Mrs. K. J. Foster of St. Albans, Air. and Mrs. H. W. Beals, Mr. nnd Mrs. V. Hnzzard of Greens Corners, Mrs. E. Brown of St. Albans, Dr. 11. C. Drew of Burlington, Mrs. M. Burt and Victor Burt of Enosburg. Flvo members of the I, B. Richardson Post wero present, they were C. H. Brush, Thomas Ilyan, Mr. Germain, E. G. Mlncklcr and I. Dcpatlo. Tho casket was draped with the Stars nnd Stripes and there were many beautiful (lowers. BAKERSFIELD Principal and Mrs. C. H. Morrill have returned from Orange, Mass,, where they wore called by tho Illness of Mr. Morrll's father. Alfred Govcr has sold his farm to E. G. Blalsdell of Fletcher. Robert Parker of Whlteflcld, N. H spent a few days In town last week. Miss Thelnrn Ilawley of Jeffersonvllle, Brlgham Academy '18, was In town to attend the dnnco given Saturday evening by tho senior class. Miss Rose Greeley of Rochester, a student at the Castlcton Normal school, visited her sister Sun day at Brlgham Academy. Athol Davis of East Berkshire recently of the A. IS. F., visited his grandparents and other relatives last week. Dr. Wilkinson, of Plattsburg, N. V., Is -isltlng nt C. Hi Blodgctts. A. L. Hall n former resident, has been spendln g a few days with friends In town. Miss Zllpha Ranncy has resigned her position ns teacher of domestic science In Brlgham Academy and has returned to her homo In Pltts fleld. Mrs. C. H. Morrill's Sunday school class gave her a surprise supper Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Maud Pcar-son.--Tlio Brlgham Academy nlno goes to Wlnooskl Saturday to play the return game with tho Wlnooskl high school nlno. GEORGIA. Banner Grange, No. 306, will observe Victory night Friday, May 10. The Rev. S. W. Anthony, of St. Albans, will be present nnd speak of his experiences in the Y. M. C. A. overseas. Everyone Is -g(.(J to be present as the meeting Is open to the public Miss Alice Conger, of St. Albans, spent tho week-end with Mr. and Mrs. 1. O. Newton. Mrs. Ralph Ryan hns returned from Camp Upton, L. I., where she visited her husband, Lieut. R. C. Ryan. Miss Marion Bev lns, of Montreal, was a recent guest of her uncle, A. D. Bevlns. Word has been received of the birth of a daughter, Al thca Lucille, on May 7, to Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Abell of Randolph Center. Henry Chabot and family are moving to Enosburg Falls, where they have pur chased a farm. Henry Shor has returned to West Lynn, MasB., after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Shor. The con dition of Oliver Wnlte, who has been ill with pneumonia,, In greatly Improved. Miss Lane, who cared for him, has re turned to St. Albans. A very quiet wedding was polemized by the Rev. C O. Dunham Monday evening at seven o'clock at the home of Miss Charlotte Carr, when Reuben Dewey t Decker and Charlotte Prlscllla Carr were united In marriage. The bride waa very attractively gowned in mldnlght-blue silk, The wedding luncheon was served and tho happy couple departed by auto mobile. After the wedding tour they will be at homo on their farm In Georgia. FLETCHER Otis Sherman of Cambridge visited at Hiland Leach's recently. Charlie Tinker has purchased a new automobile truck. C. O. Harvey also has a new truck. The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 1 Wagner Is 111 of diphtheria. Charles 1114 that day Is flrst one of 1 special - ,--I,lscoPal centenary lunrt. All are cor- ifllilMV inviTPfl in ntinnn rnn mfv r arift . w . 7 " " .l",. " "i "l u,u K't,ii wurit tnu tuurcn n "n'ns. An evening service will be held as well. On Friday evening tho Grange celebrated Its second anniversary. An in cresting program was given. Including an original poem by Mrs. n. G. Harvey, Miort play, a roll call responded to by all members, current events by Mrs. Car penter and music. After the program, a banquet waa held. Tho grange ls plan ning n Fourth of July celebration. The committee In charge Is Leonard Clark, Dewey Smith and Michael Boozan. The students from Brlgham Academy will give their play at tho community house hall this evening. After tho play danc ing will bo enjoyed until 12 o'clock. Miss Lucllo James, of North Yakima, Wash., sicnt tho week-end nt C. O. Har vey's. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Tlarvey went to Mlddlebury Monday for a few days' visit. Walter Lamb returned to business college Monday. EAST FRANKLIN . ... t Mr' llml JlrH' w' K8wortli. Mr. 11,1,1 Mrs" c- KIlBWorth and daughter werc St. Albans, Saturday. O. H. Pomeroy was home Sunday from St. Albans. C. W. Grant recently shot a fihh hawk which measured five feet five Inches across the Guthrie, W. R. Noble. F W. Olmstead nnd C. A. wic wings. j. j, Fred Messier, E. j Pcao wore nt Hlghgnto Springs during tlio past week on n fishing trip. Recent guests In - . .. ' . town Include: Mr. and Mrs. 11. A. Croft nnd dnugnter. Florence, of Berk- shire nt tho home of S. B. Whitney: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Wlllard nnd son of inuMiur mno i mu u.mic ui ji. jj. Wlllard; Ralph Bates of Burlington at nomc of J "' olld(ler: Mrs. Arthur Jackson and Charles Jnckson of Mon- 'rt'"' at tlio nomo 01 n, jv. uauup, VF3T FNflNRf TRP 1 "fii31 ""wbuau ! Ezra Austin of Berkshlro visited nt tho homo of his son, Charles, recently. Miss Evelyn Brown has employment nt tho homo of Miss Lizzie Cutting nt Enosburg Fnlls. Austin, Saturday. Frank Hart, who has ecn passing tho winter nt his home hete, I returned to Wateibury, Monday. He i was accompanied by the Rev. E. S. Vradcnburg of Enosburg Center. Mr. and Mrs. Henry LaRosc havo moved Into tho tenement over Joseph Lapan's blacksmith shop. ENOSBURG Miss Madallno Wright spent the week end with her sister, Marjorle, at F. M. Wright's. Ray Bcssey, who returned from overseas and has been discharg ed, visited his undo, H. II. Bcssey, Sat urdny. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvln F. Wright and children, of Sheldon, spent the week end nt F. M. Wright's. BINGHAMVILLE Tho remains of Mrs. Justin Leach, who died at her home In Hyde Park last win tor, wore brought here for burial Fri day, May 9.-Jerry Wagner, the little son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Wagner, died of diphtheria Thursday morning. May 8. The burial was In the village cemetery. M. E. Brewster Is In Johnson on bus. ness this week. M, E, Brewster Installod a Perfection milker for E. E. Tinker lf-st week. Mr. and Mrs. E, A, Hunt havo returned' homo from St. Albans, whero they have been visiting relatives for sometime. Mrs'. Foster Alexander nnd children, Bruce Andrew, and Grace, wont Wednes day to Allcnburg, N. Y., for a few weeks visit among relatives. HIGHGATE CENTER The ladles of tho Red Cross will havo a dnnco In Foresters' hull on Friday cvonlng, Mny 23. Kimball's orchestra of EnoBburg Falls will furnish music. Refreshments of cake nnd Ice cream will bo served. Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Austin, who have been spend ing the winter In St. Albans, havo re turned and opened their house on Lam kins street. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. B. Cross are visiting nt the homo of II. B. Cross In St. Albans. Miss Mnrjorlo Butler of Burllngtoif Is visiting In town. Miss 1 Margaret Steele, who has employment In Burlington, spent the wock-end In town nt tho home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W.' Steolo.-Mrs. C. D. Loukes has returned from n visit with relatives In Swanton. Dr. A. L. Cross and E. A. Aycrs of Swanton wero recent business visitors In town. RICHFORD The Rt. Rev. Ovlde Charlebols, D. D., bishop of Krewatln, In the Canadian Northwest territories, was the guest Sunday of the Rev. Joseph Lavlgnc. Bishop Chnrlebols was u missionary companion with the Rev. Joseph Lavlgne In the Northwest during 20 years, and Is a very Intimate friend. The collection taken at tho mass In All Saints' Catho lic Church Sunday morning will be used by the Rt. Rev. Charlebols for the Indian missions. Dr. and Mrs. James M. Hamilton and daughter, Miss Ramona, of Rutland motored to this place Inst week and are staying for a tlmo In Mrs. Hamilton's former homo on School street. Bernard Hanson of Newport visited his brother, H. N. Hanson, over the week-end. The monthly supper of St. Ann's Guild will bo held In the parish hall Thursday from B:30 o'clock until all nrc served. The Rev. Brother Andre of La Cote des Nclges, Montreal, wns the guest of tho Rev. Joseph Lavlgne at All Saints' rectory last week. Mrs. Maude Hefilon, formerly of this place, has been appointed matron of the new nurses' homo of tho Huntington Research hos pital In Boston. Mrs. Arthur Seaver of Twin City, Idaho, Is visiting her brothers, LeRoy F. Smith and Leon Smith, of this place. Mrs. Ephrlm Perley of East Berk shire visited friends In this place during the last week. The program and announcements for the celebration Tuesday, May 20, ls as follows: Baseball game nt 1:30 p. m. be tween the Richford high school and the St. Albans high school team. Soldiers In uniform will be admitted to grounds free. Tho parade will start from the high school grounds at 4:00 p. m via. Province and Elm streets, to North avenue. River, Main, South Main, Noyes Thomas, Liberty and Troy streets to town hall. It Is expected that all patriotic citizens will decorate their homes nnd business blocks along the line of march. All soldiers, members of the schools, civic and fraternal organizations, and a number of organizations from out of town will tako part in the parade. Automobiles will bo provided for members of the G. A. R. At 6:45 a banquet will be served to the soldiers and members of tho G. A. R. only; which will be followed by a program at which nddresses will be given by Peter McGcttrick of Richford and General Draper, D. S. O., of Sutton, Quo. Tho pro. gram will be fqllowed by dancing, music will be furnished throughout the eve ning by Burroughs' orchestra of St. Johnsbury. A cordial Invitation Is ex tended . to every soldier to be present. Every soldier can secure two re served seat tickets, nlso parents of soldiers that are still overseas, or out of town can secure reserved seats by call ing at Charles Coan's office the after noon of the 20th. Scats will be only reserved until seven o'clock after which every one will be admitted to tho hall. Soldiers are requested to acknowledge acceptance of Invitation as early as possible so that the committee will know how many to provide for. , - ftlrs. Emma Brown Little, age Mrs. Emma Brown Little, aged 54 years. W r nr . ncani I.trflo HUH rtr n ro rrn rri a . : 3 ",r:"," """),,,, AChi . ..,..,..-, iiuuuid iurauaj uvvmnx. one ib survival by hor husband nnd one son, Roy Ham - mel, of Richford. The funeral service will bo held In All Saints' Catholic 1 Church this morning nt nlno o'clock, the Rev. Joseph Lavlgne officiating and the burial will be In the Cathollo cemetery, The game of base ball playea on Usland Park Saturday afternoon between the Richford league and the Newport league wax won by tho Richford team the score being 27 to 3. C. M. Rounds Is building a large addition to the Sears store. Pri vate Marshall Lovelette, who was recent ly discharged from Camp Devens, has returned to his home In this place. Mrs. Addle Keyes of Ncenah, Wis., who has been visiting at the home of her cousin, Miss Anna Ladd, for the paat few weeks, has returned to her home. SWANTON Mrs. I... . .,., , ithel Hawley came last week from Hyde Park, Mass., where sho has been Chick the postofll the guest while ness -H ss He en S N .ury College passed Sun- 3 here. Kenneth Wheel- Minn., on bust phen of Mlddlebury day at her home ock left Friday for Flint. Mich., where he has employment. Miss Dorcas Allen en,icriainea oaiurany evening in Honor of Miss Olga Smith, whose wedding Is . .!,.. . , . . tako place soon. A. H. Dlnsmoro of tu- jonnsDury, superintendent ot tno fisheries In Vermont, and Linus Leav- ens of Cambridge, Stato fish and game Z 7V e K ' town. Miss Marlon McCarthy was a weeK-eno guest or Mlsa Kathryn Har- rington. The Arrival of Kitty was presented to a good sized nutllenco Frl- day evening at tho town hall under the nusplccs of the senior class. Tho partB wore well cast and the acting very creditable. Brown s orchestra fur- S!.8.1 , '"U81 JJu antn-TKarir.a Suter was a week-end guest of his mother. Grand Isle County ALBURG Services Sunday morning, May 18, at the Congregational Church. Preachor, thu pastor. Sunday school at 11:43. Christian Endeavor meeting at 7:30 p. m. Topic, "Life the School of God." Choir rehearsal on Saturdays at 3:00 p. m. ISLE LA MOTTE John B. Duba died at Islo La Motto May 3, aged 68 years. Mr. Duba was a with her sister, Mrs. Francis L , """""" village. Mr. Ha ley's four children, Mrs. . to fill a temporary position in 'X"'"?' be,nB ,a.rKfly Galv'n. Manuel Bailey. John Bailey and ce. Mrs. George Suter Is w e.cCa Genn BalWy arfl a nt homo f(Jr th- of her father. Dr. A. T. Cross, V, c ,i...V.. V. . .. J . ", first tlmo In several years.-A daughter Mr. Suter Is In Minneapolis. .'.'" olTi.t . . . . -"'- was born last week to Mr. and Mrs.' man of Htorllng character and greatly i Tracy were at North Cambridge, Sunday, closes Sunday and tho Stato has done very beloved by all who had made his ac- Mrs. Carrlo Rushlow haB been visiting well In raising its quota. It Is hoped to In qualntance, being familiarly known to her aunt, Mrs. II. W, Vamum. Prof, tereut the people to contribute tho quota nil, young and old alike, as "Undo 1 Vonablo was In Burlington, Saturday. ' f0r Stowe. John." He had been a llfe-long real-1 Miss Thelma Hawley waa a visitor In I Mrs. D. C. Jones cf Waterbury, Statn dent and was a blacksmith by trade Bakersfield Saturday and Sunday. B, C. ' chairman of War SavlngB, and Mrs, II. E, Although a great worker at his trado, Hawley and family, Mrs. Brush nnd Shaw, chairman for Lamoille county, vls- ue nevuniieitjDo tuuiiu niiiu iu uevuio to various town offices and In 1908 represented his town in the Lolgala ture. Mr. Duba leaves his wlfo, Mrs. Alice L. Duba, four brothers, Benjamin and Joseph, Sr., of Isle La Motte, Georgo of South Hero and Charles of Morrls vllle; two sisters, Mrs. Penell of Swan ton and Mrs. Henry Fleury of White- hall, N. Y. Intcrmont was In the Cath olio cemotcry at Islo La Motto. ,Mr?;,H' w; Ladd spent the week-end at Alburg with her daughter, Mrs. II, C. Ladd.-MIss Ada Chccseman died at tho norno ot ,. ;. ieooau aunuay morning after an Illness of only a few days Tho body was taken to her homo In Alburg, whero the funeral was held Wednesday, -The l ev. and Mrs. Wcstcot called on friends In own Monday.-Darwin Branch Is able to bo In , school again, having re- frfml t FT f"ll f M rt tttfnM lift MtnAl ttnrl SOUTH HERO. Island Chapter, O. E. S held tholr regular meeting In Masonic Temple Mon day evening, Five now members wero Initiated. Tho Mutual Benefit society, of Pago of Burlington has been In town for South Hero served supper Wcdnes- n few days. The Y. P. S. C. E. ban Is day In tho vestry of the Congregational sued Invitations to the soldiers to attend Church. Guy B. Horton, of Montpcller, a banquet to bo held at tho school houso sont tho week-end nt his farm on the on Saturday at six o'clock. Tho social west shore Lieutenant and Mrs. Plko ! hour Invitation Is general. Huner- nnd Lieutenant and Mrs. Townscnd were , recently at Seymour Pike's. Mr. and Mrs. B. S. Irish and Mr. and Mrs. Harry mrtliday party was given Miss LoUva Chase pasied Sunday at their camps nt Safford at her home Monday evening. Klbbe point. Mr. Waters has opened HajThc high school defeated Underbill high camp nt Sunnyslde. Prof. Van Meder. cro laf,t Friday by tho score of 12 to 7. of Columbia College Is expected soon at The lo:al hy played with a will, the his summer home on Klbbe point. Kate receipts were $3.". Tho next game Charles Jocclyn Is entertaining friends 's hcro with Johnson high school, Mon from Shirley, Mns. John E. Wads- , day. Tho school garden Is also beliu? worth Is at the Mary Fletcher hospital. 1 Dora Phelps was In town Tucsday.- Mrs. J. E. Wndsworth nnd Wlllard were recent Burlington visitors. The Rev. and Mrs. George Westcott, of Esrex, wore In this town Monday. Mrs. S. P. Gordon and Mrs. D. I. Center were recently In town. Dr. nnd Mrs. N. J. Carow and daughter, Blanche, parsed Tuesday In Burlington. Mrs. Nora Trnsk, of Rut land ls to pass the summer with Mrs. Guy B. Horton. Mrs. William Landow, who has been quite 111 with measles, ls able to rldo out. Mrs. Henry Lawrence has gone to Brighton, Mass. Jane Flor ence Perry, who for several years has been engaged In hospital work In west ern cities, now at Salt Lake City. Utah, will soon rome to New York City and wfll visit friends in this town. Lamoile County MORRISVILLE Postmaster Gates picked a lemon from the plant In tho postotllce window Mon day, which measured 15 by 13 Inches and weighed one pound and six ounces. Wil liam Meacham, 302nd Field Artillery of the 151st Field Artillery Brigade, nrrlved In Boston May 3 and has arrived from Camp Devcns, where he received his honorable discharge. Mrs. S. B. Morey and Mrs. J. E. Royston wore visitors in Burlington Saturday. Mrs. W. W. Combs of St. Johnsbury passed Friday night with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Morey. The supper given the re turned soldier boys, their parents and friends Friday evening was pleasant affair. Tho dancn In the eve ning was largely attended. Mrs. Lloyd C. Robinson, who has visited her brother, Capt. L. F. Daniels, commanding officer at Fort Brady, Mich., for the last nine weeks, returned home Friday evening. Lawrence Brothers, notwithstanding tho short sugar season, mado 4,300 pounds, net, of maple sugar and In the, to them, unexpected rise In price on tho last lot sold to L. B. Boynton, they received a check for $216 more than they expected. Postmaster C. L. Gates has converted the front window of the postoftloo Into a museum, having received from his son. First Scrgt. Whlttler Gates, a trunk full of war relics. The collection consists of American, English, French, German and Austrian relics, with name cards nicely painted by A. M. Adams, and Is very Interesting. Mrs. J. J. Jackson of Fair Haven has been tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Slayton for several days while visiting her former friends here. Masonic services were held at tho grave at the burial Sunday of George W. Currier, a former townsman, who died In Watervllle. Miss Minnie Bliss began work Monday morning as stenographer In the office of G. A. Morse. JEFFERSONYILLE The Misses Aldrlch and Smith, J. Lester Berry and Neal Thomas were at home over the wock-end. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chester Davis are moving into rooms in Start's block. Mr. and Mrs, ...r ....... v.. ..... ...,. ,10 rcsiae. uvcr iuu couples attcnueu me May ball at Hotel Melendy. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Thomas of Burlington and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Flood of St Albans were among mnny In town for the May hall. j l,e ot the best pictures ever given In this dace was the "Wild Primrose" at the town hall Saturday evening. A pleasing feature added Is the Klnograms to bo shown each week. A four piece orchestra furnishes excellent music. Charles LaBounty of Cambridge Is cornetlst. Wednesday evening under the auspices of the Boy Scouts tho "Still Alarm" will bo shown. Miss Mildred Powell returned home Friday evening from several weeks at Barre. Katherlno Hoyt of the Burling, ton Business College wns nt her home here over Sunday. Superintendent Bell of Johnson gnve an excellent address at the church Sunday morning. C. L. 1 nflmi,plll nf t,,tln.,nn , II.. " uuiiiiihiuu ami itiiui nuu I ll(rB , s ,,,. ,,.' The mooting of Jeffersonvllle Grange Bl:i8"rt5lPI,0,nd ,Hn Cm" 4 J?.ya,n ?;Ll "' V J , ltt ''' 1 ' Safford was appointed on tho execu tive committee, Mrs. Lease for tho , tenon tl'firlr , f . U rt r-.T r. rr,n ....K4AA, l..n ,,u, -. uiiici, iiiu nuujct,t of cooperation nnd organization of sov - erai pouua wrro niscusscn. iniereat- , ,mpcr.s Wero written and given by eral points wero discussed. Interest Mrs. E. W. Holmes and T. N. Vldlto. A general question box, with nnswers. etc ;,, tno iecturo jlour , c'hnrge of Mrs- T- N- vldlto- fifteen appllca- ,,on!. ,.. ,.-.,, f(. ,m,,rai,i Me!lrn. Hovden. F. c tiltehenek n,,.i LcBu church of Cambridge Grange WPro v,,to,.8 present. Tho next meet- ,H to ,)0 nn opp mcetlnK. County A(fct k, D. Jones of Morrlsvllle Is to ,,0 prfBent nml a public supper Is to bo r..n,i. A la.lles' .letrren t,.,r. i h.inr nowly 'organized with Mrs. T. N. Vldlto. w, .vi,; airs. a. t Kousseau, overseer; Mrs. F. B. Hyde, chaplain; Mrs. W. G. Lease, lecturer; Mrs. Elslo Wilcox, steward; Mrs. E. W, Holmes, assistant steward; Mrs. E. M. Kneeland, L. A. S.; Mrs. D. N. Safford, Ceres; Mrs. M. B. Maynard, treasurer; Mrs. H. J. Toolcs, sccrotary; Mrs, C. H. Tucker. F. A.; Harriet Grlswold. tableau director; Mrs. Lease, captain; Mrs. Greta Morse, plan- 1st, A prnctlco meeting Is to bo hold this evening nt Morso'H hall. Now robes aro being mado nnd new marches learned for tho work. James Berry Is soon to movo his family to tho Pago residence, which he has purchased. B. E. Reynoldn wont to Boston, Monday. Mr. and Mrs, Lynn son, Maurice, uuu it, w, Lang's lamuy 1 were In Burlington, Tuesday. Mr. und Mrs. Edgnr Reynolds and Chailos Powell vato Emmons W, Sargent of Company B, are moving to tho J. W. Green farm, xtl eenijlnecrs arrived at tho homo of his which they have leased for a number of parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 11, A. Foster Tues-years.-C. II, Tuckor Is having a now au., coming by way of Morrlsvllle, where bam built. C. C. Scott has chnrgo of the he rieelved his discharge fixm service, work. A party was given by Mr. and j Mrs. D. N, Safford at their home Mon-I (Continued on pnge nine) day evening In honor of the 18th birthday of their daughter, Laura. Mr. and Mr. chc(,tor Dnvls hnvo moveA nto ,ooma , m,. ui, rn,. t ai.i i . .1 wth Mrs , do nt tno mrSonago this nft0rnoon.-Mlss Allen Howard of Peru, N, Y d Jss Lols f c ,)rl,,B0 ero , t Tucsday.-Mrs. I. jj, 1.0WeU returned homo from Barton, Momlfty.A ,u t of fc; MnBonlo ortler ls t0 ,,e neW tha yven, Mlss Matll wIc0X , k I. ... tended visit with her slater. Mrs. A. J. Brown.-Tho grange held their meeting nt Morses hall, Tuesday ovenlng. Edward Fitzgerald of Johnson and Elba Htockwcll of Watervlllo are employed by B. E. Reynolds at the saw mill .1. W. intendent Bell delivered n very fino ser- won at the local church last Sunday. A Pl""eu tnis week by tho boys. Later on tho girls will can the products to mako uso of them In the school lunches next year. WATERVILLE The revival meetings being held by th ' Rev. Mr. Southard are largely attended, nnd will continue this week, closing Sunday. District Superintendent the Rev. Mr. Sharp of St. Johns bury was In town Sunday for tho first quarterly conference. The Rev. E. B. Harris supplied the pulpit at Coven try Sunday In the absence of the pastor, the Rev. Mr. Southard. Mrs. Henry Saf ford of Springfield has been visiting her sister, Mrs. D. J. Morgan. Homer Ewens of New Hampshire Is In town. Ho wilt return tho last of tho week, accompanied by his mother. MUs Abblo Abell of Fair field visited Mrs. E. A. Carpenter last week. Word has been received from Hor ace Ewens from New Hampshire that his health Is much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Langdcll and daughter, Florence, visited In Berkshlro last week. Mre. Nel lie Langdell is visiting her daughter In North Hero. Mrs. O. G. Kellcy vlalted her daughter In Cambridge last week. F. E. i Leach and family wore In Burlington ruesaay. CAMBRIDGE H. A. Bulkley visited his mother In Waterbury, Tuesdny. Dr. G. H. Newton of Waterbury visited at his home hero Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Grimes of Johnson visited at R. G. Jacksons, Sunday. Dlst. Supt. E. W. Sharpe of St. Johnsburv. occunlerl th a verylnnlnlt nt th rnmmimit., ri.Kwu . ' ' - J VIIUIVIl umiudj morning. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Day and family have moved to Burlington. Mrs. C. J. Lang went Saturday to Burlington to visit her daughters, who are students at tho University of Vermont. Mrs. Wil liam Cady and daughter. Eva, of Jericho, visited in town. Wednesday. E. II. Olm stead was a business visitor In town, Monday. Ralph Breuster of Camp Devens visited his parents, Mr. and Mm. E. T. Breuster, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Ellsworth are spending the week In Rutland with Mrs. Ellsworth's parents, Judge Butler and Mrs. Butler. JOHNSON Johnson high school baseball team de feated Brlgham Academy. 13 to 1, hore1 Monday. Lester Foster, who ls working in Newport, spent the week-end here. i Frank Jones has returned from a visit" with his brother, William, in Worcester, I Edwin Evans of Barre spent Sunday with friends hero. E. P. Bashaw ls moving to Montgomery. Wllbor Buggies of North Hydo Park was In town Monday. Ed mond Perkins, who has been eonnnea to the house with a severe cold, ls able to be out. STOWE Mrs. A. R. Straw received a Mother's day greeting Sunday from her son, First Lieutenant T. Aldcn Straw of tho U. S. balloon service, stationed at Lee Hall. Virginia, "Love and Best Wishes to tho Best Mother In the World," the message said. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Tlnkham wera visitors in St. Johnsbury Saturday. At the meeting of Mansfield Mountain Grange Saturday evening the first and second degrees were conferred upon a class of five candidates by the ladles' degree team, with Mrs. Delia McAllister acting as master. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Douglass, Mrs. Hattle Douglass, Donald Douglass and Douglass Barrows visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Willis M. Douglass in Jeffersonvllle Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Blgelow and son, Paul, of Middlesex nnd W. B. Blge low of Salem, Mass., called on friends In Stowc Sunday. Fred Eaton of Middlesex transporting tho party. Steward H. Nutting has sold his farm on Edson Hill to H. E. Shaw for $4,400. Mr. Nutting's plans are no', decided upon yet. C. O. Burt is on a business visit In Boston. Mrs. Lucy Galvin of Hartford, Conn., who was called here by tho death of her grandfather, Manuel Bailey, is visiting; hor father, Frank L. Bailey, at the lower ' Ralph Strymodolosky, who have ecently Purchased Walter MeClean's farm lu ! Brownsville. Mr. McClenn has moved his family Into a tenement In tho G, S. Wada houso on the Cape Cod road owned byl '. G. Stygles. Leo A. Edson has sold his herd of seven grade Holsteln cows to parties from Waltsfleld and Fayston. Mr. Edson has sold a five-acre lot to Mose Decell for high grade Holstelns. Tu a letter written April 20 to Miss Ruby Shaw, a former classmate in Stowe high school. Private Don Moulton of Company B, 33rd Engineers, writes that ho is at Camp Cocuuldon In France taking preliminary! practice for the A..K. F. rllle and pistol, t a' Lo Mans In May. Pri-i vato Moulton was one of the men sentl 'roni the Brest base section 95 to com-l Plote for tho nlstol honors.-Mlss Susaal A, Blgelow returned to her work an' teacher of the primary grades Monday, after a week's absence on account of ill-, ness. Tho Misses Alice and Glendora Nutting have returned from Dover, N. H,, w'jero they have had employment during tho winter and aro at the homo of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Nutting until about thu first of Juno when with Miss Grace Russ they will be employed at Lake Mnnsfleld for tho summor. result of a fall which Injured his spine. The Rov. Thomas Sims of Melrose, Mass., was hero Tuesday representing tho Pll- Krlm Memorial fund, which ls a sum of $5,000,000 to provide n retirement fund for womout ministers of the Congregational Church. Tho quota for the Stato is $150,- 000. and for Btowo 300.50. The campaign (ed Belvldorc, Cambridge, W atervllle -anil other towns In tho county Tuesday. Frl- 1