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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES; THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1919.
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FARMER Thh farm will speak for It self when you look It over: -00 acres of highly productive soli, two. story houso with 12 rooms, Ftock barn, 51 tie-up-, horse, bnrn five stnlls, carriage house, nil In ifood condition, plenty of wood, small nugtir bush, fine apple orchard, this fall's crop worth over jl.noo delivered nt tho cars, stock lncluds -." cows, one bull, two horses, three swine. .In hens, nil tho fnrm tools, hay and grain. This Is on the Stato road two miles from railroad station and all local conveniences and only a short distance frcm llurlttii'toni price $1(1,01)0. ja.mm down. D. V. Ooodsell, snn audit, Room :i, HlronR l'ldg.. Ilurllncton, vt, 277,(lt.w,lt FRANK S. LANOU & SON rrnrlleiil Pliimhrrn n-nl Slenm Fittm Nest ftorth MnrllriKion SniliiK) lluuk DO St. I'mil Street nurllncton Vct-rltinr- Hospital 78 Pine St.. Burlington. Vt. Veterinary Surgeon and Physician. Graduate Grand Rapids Veterinary Colltge. 1909. Latest equipment for II animal surgery. Including equin nd cani.-ie operating mblea. 'Phuna 101. HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued frum pave one.) will be. "Great Hymns of the Church." hymns of thanksgiving. The singing wlll bo conducted by Professor Hath away. Mr. anil Mrs. Barnnby Dillon anil daughter. Miss Florence Dillon, have returned to Frenchtnwn, Md., after a short visit in .town. Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam C. Lester of Chcstertown, I'n are, in town to remain until after Thanks giving with friends. John McCormlck of Rutland Is in town. Mrs. Nancy Fergu son has started on Iter return to Los Angeles, Cal after several weeks in 'Mlddlcbury and neighboring towns Monday, market day, eggs brought 30 to 73 cents; dairy butter GO to 63 cents and creamery butter 70c Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam K. Foster and Miss Relga Camp bell left Monday night for Brantown, Fla. They were accompanied by Chester Foster, who will spend tho winter In Orlando. The Mlddlebury Orango will hold a dance In the town hall Friday evening at eight o'clock. The grand march will start at 8:30, led by the master and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hubbard. The funeral of John Hlggins, who died very suddonly Monday evening,, will be hold at St. Mary's Catholic Church this morning at nine o'clock. William It. Duncan of Bur lington, who came to this village Mon day to attend tho funeral of Geotgc R. Langworthy, went to visit Ills mother on Seymour street after tho funeral and found her lying on tho floor in an Unconscious condition. Ho immediately procured assistance of neighbors and called medical aid. It Is thought that Hhe had a shock, which has badly af fected the left side. Mrs, Duncan lives nlono with her daughter. Miss Agnes Duncan, who at tho time wus away at work at the home of Mrs. Dwlre's on I'leasant street. Everything that is possible is belpg done,, but owing to her age, which is in the vicinity of 80, tho chance of her recovery is small. Ttla nt,l-..f.vnL, un..,ln,v., ... .1... 'Memorial Baptist Church will be held Thursday evening as usual. Dr. A. D. Barter will conduct the meeting. On Friday the Ladles' Aid society of tho Memorial Baptist Church will hold an nil day meeting in tho church parlors. The Sunday Noon club of the Mld dlebury College will hold a .social for the benefit of their own organization Friday evening at the Memorial Uap tist Church. I The civics department of tho Women's club held a .well-attended meeting at tho home of Mrs. H. M. Saunders, Tuesday afternoon. Miss Emma Fuller spoke on sewing, A daughter was born to Mr. ; and Mrs. Frank Helghter Friday. Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Clogston and child ar rived In town Monday from Burlington and took possession of tho Addison House, which Mr. Clougston has leased and will operate. His llrst night greeted him with a full house. Ho has been In the hotel business for ten years and for two years he has been head clerk at tho Sherwood, House, where ho Ihib many friends who wish him success in his now business Mrs. F. SI. Button of Hrandon is hero to visit her son. Judge Charles I, Button Mr. and Mrs. Klwlu .Smith, who have been In Cuttlngsvillu to visit Mr. Smith's brother, II. A. Smith, havo returned, ac ;ompanlcd by Mr. Smith's sister, Miss Joslo Smith, who will visit them for some time. Bart Landers has returned from Hague, N. Y after a ten days' visit with relatives. Mr. und Mrs. A. A. Wil son of Florence aro In town for a few 'days. Cunt. Harry W. Bums started Monday night on his return to Baltimore, Md.( after coming hero to uccompany Ills mother homo from that city. Georgo T. 1 Cutler and Charles Caswell of Burlington are In town for a short visit. Mr. nnd ' Mrs. William Chcstertown and daugh ter, Miss Angulo, have returned tn U'ad liams Mills, N. Y after several weeks In town. Frank Shuckett, Sr., who has been 111 for some time at the home, of his son, Frank Hhackctt, Jr., on Water street, died Tuesday afternoon of a complication ot troubles. Ho us horn In Canada. Sim tambor 13, 1840, und was 71) yearn out und ramo to tin) United Scutes to live when :t boy of 12 years nnd Hail ever slnco lived In this vicinity. He was twice married, his second Wife dying about two yearB ntjo nnd clncn that tlmo ho had made his liomu most of tho tlmn with his sun, Frank. Ho Is nurvlved by eight children, four boys, Frank tfhi'ckott, Jr., of Mld dlebury, Charles Hhiicliett of Cornwall, Noah Shuekett of Tleonderoga, N. V., and i)onn Shackntt 'of llrldport and four 'daughters, Mrs. William Herbert of Mid dlobury, "Mrs. A.I.nltroll of ForrlsbUrg, Mrs, Mottle fllorum ot Wnlpole, N. II., .lit Mm f. 1ri,l'. Il,.l!i.,,n i.f 1,'fi'l Itlvei. Tho funeral w II be held at St ..(nry't catholic Cliuich Friday nn-rnlng at -i.. i ii'idiirk mid burial will bo In tho , family lot In tho cemetery nt Shorohnm. Miss Thlruza A, Carney of Woybrldgo street hos just shipped by express to tho Bowery Mission In Now York a good slied lot of clothing which sho has had given her by numerous people In town for that purpose The members of tho Moosnla moo dull will hold "n smoker Thursday. DcWItt Walsh, who returned to Albany, N. Y after a month's visit In town with his friend, John Hlggins, on Monday, has returned to town to nttend the fu neral which will be held In tho Cathollo Church In this vlllnge to-day nt nlno o'clock. Arthur Douglas has gone to Han over, N, II., to visit his sister, Mrs. Hunt Wilcox. He was arcompanleed by hln sister, Ella, who will send tho winter there. There was a crowd6d houso to greet the presentation of the M. W. A. minstrels at tho town hall Tuesday evening, under the direction of W, M. Gibson of this village. The folowlng was the make-Up of the cast: Tambos, John Lowell, John Gerrow, Willis Watte, James McNulln, Frank Bullock, Edson Graves, Frank Ashley, Cecllo Burns, Wllma Herbert, Lillian St. John, and Clara Wlssell; bones, William aibson, Stanley Hobert, Frank , Helghter, Nathan Grady, Fletcher Tay lor, Hobert Treadway, Boy Barter, Hazel Stokes, Evelyn Coursey, Laura Sullivan and Mnrgaret Smith; accompanist, Miss Irene Burns. The entire company will go to Shorcham Friday, where In the eve ning they will appear In the town hall under tho auspices of the Ladles' society of the Catholic Church. Harold Delphla, who recently returned from the Mary Floli'her hospital, whero ho underwent an operation, has again returned to that Institution to undergo treatment for a stomach trouble. Snow began falling hero early Wednesday morning and continued to fall all through the day and although considerable thawed as It fell, there were three Inches left on tho ground at night. .Mrs. Delia Hopper of Fair Haven Is here on a visit at the homo of her son, Edward Hopper. The Sunday Noon club wll hold a social In tho vestry of the Congregntlonal Church this evening. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Munroe and daughter. Miss Elizabeth Munroe, have returned to Laconla, N. II., after a three weeks' stay In town. Mr. and Mrs. Phillip LaMountaln of Rutland arc In town to visit relatives. Mrs. L. A. Dennis has gone to the Mary Fletcher hospital, where she Is to undergo treatment. Theie will be nn apron sociable at the Methodist Church Friday- evening nnd the iH.hllc Is Invited. There will be a meeting of Otter Creek Lodge, No. 3.1, Knights of Pythias, in their hall in the Battcll block Friday evening. VERGENNES The work of making copies of cemetery Inscriptions In Vergenncs has been com pleted by the city clerk and forwarded to Montpellcr. The number of cards so forwarded being 7H7. This Includes all burials prior to 1S70, and deaths between 1S70 and 18S0, of which there was no record In the city clerk's office. Under the law of 1S1!) it is necessary that the clerks of the various towns shall complete and file these records with the secretary of State not later than Jan. 1, 1920. Cards have been received announcing the approach ing marriage of henry S. Woodman, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. William D. Woodman of Vergenncs, and Miss Cecil Pond Cornwall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Bock well Cornwall of Bye, X. Y., which will tako place at the Presbyterian Church In Bye Saturday, November 2D, at four o'clock. Mr. Woodman Is associated with tho Butterlck company, with headquarters In New York city. Mrs. Frank L. Fish his gone to New Haven, Conn., to visit her daughter. Mrs. W. A. Knight. Wil liam Clark of the University of Vermont visited his sister, Miss Ruth Clark, Satur day. Frederick Sullivan and Leon Larrow havo gone to Brhtol, Conn., whero they have secured employment. Miss Marion ! Merrill, who Is convalescing from her re cent serious Illness, has gono to spend some time with her mother, Mrs. Robert Muiholland of Mlnevllle, N. Y.' Rooney M. Tucker recently shipped two carloads of new milch cows and springers to parties In Boston. Mrs, Esther Rondeau and sister, Mrs. C. E. M. Calsse, have gono to Port Henry, N. Y,, to spend the winter with Mrs. Rondeau's son, Charles Rondeau. Tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pack ard on Bedford street, Bridgewater, Mass., was tho scene of a very pretty party Friday evening, at which tho en gagement of Helen Frances Phelps, youngest daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Frank C. Phelps of Vergenncs, to Wesley Alden Packard of Bridgewater, Mass., was an nounced. Eleven of Miss Phelps' normal school friends were present, Esther Gib son, Lillian McDonald, Jessie Davidson, Rose Smith, Esther Sampson, Evelyn Pitcher, Marlon Pollard, Marlon Peter son, Grace Fletcher, Clara Stetson and Saba Keith. The Hrst of tho evening was spent In playing games, causing much merriment and enjoyment. Miss Mary Jnno Alden and niece, Eulalie Larrow, have returned from a week's visit to Miss Kate Ryan of Bristol. Mrs. W. H. Jack man has gone to White Plains, N. Y to visit Mrs. George Haselton.-MIss Prudence Fish of Mlddlcbury College passed the week-end at tho home of her parents, Judge and Mrs. Frank L. Fish, .Mrs. W, II. Norton and daughter, Kath leen, have returned from a visit to her daughter. Sister St. Elizabeth, of Motit-real.-Mr. and Mrs. W. E. LoDuc and Mr. nnd Mrs. Curtis LeDuc of Orwell were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs, Dnvld E. Ryan.-Mrs. P. C. Carroll and daughter, Miss Alice Carroll, of Castleton aro guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Muthow Dnnlels, Mrs. Charles Barrows and Miss Katharlno Grlnnell visited In Burlington Saturday Miss Florence St. Clair, who has been assisting at the Norton House, has llnlshed her work and Miss Florence Lo Boeuf has taken her place temporarily until tho return of Miss Marlon Merrill, who Is convalescing at tho home of her mother, Mrs. Robert Muiholland, of Mlne vllle, N. Y.-Mrs. Henry O. Miner and daughter visited Mrs. Mary Patno of Burlington Saturday. Mrs. Charles F. White of .Maiden, Mass., Is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. II, O. Miner. The Misses Blanche HolTnnglo and Ethel Tull nnd Mrs. Rose Townsend and son, Donald, called on friends In Burlington Saturday. Frank Bushey has sold tho Joseph Gaunyea houso and tho Huntington lot to William Kimball, Georgo Gee of Bur lington spent tho week-end with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gee. Miss Florenco Langowny and friend. Miss Eleanor Beauregard, spent tho weok-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Langeway, of Vergonnes. News was received Monday of tho death uf Eugcno D. Ramsay at Passaic, N, J,, aged CT years. Ho was a former well known resident of this place. He was born In Colbrook, N. H. He leaves a wifu who resides hero; ono son, George, of South Hadley, Mass.; one daughter, MIbm Ktitherlno Eugenia, of Vergonnes; n mother, Mrs. Aunutto K. RamEey of folbrook, K, II.; ono brother, Georgo R. Ramsay of Lemlngton, Vt.; four Bis ters, Mrs. SchoIT of Cunaan, Mrs. W. Scott of St. Johnsbury, Mrs. Fred Thomp son of Colbrook, N. 11., und Mrs, Elmer RamlaJotto of Westminster, Mass, A list of those who receive their mall at Ver genncs nnd who paid tho Income, tax of 1018 hns been posted In the VorgenncB posloliice, There aro 2 names on the list, EsgH sold at 73 cents per dozen wholesale h i-u Monday. Donald Norton has returned from Minneapolis, Minn., whore he attended tho national convention of the American Legion nn un alternate from Vermont. Mp-ii Putrirk Kaneelly has returned to Brandon after a visit to her parents, Mr nnd Mrs. Joseph Klng.-Mlss Ida Btaln Is visiting friends In Mlddlobury.-Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard Adams visited hor parents, Mr. nnd Mm. Peter St. Clair, of Charlotte Sunday. The offering pf poultry for Thanksgiving wns very light In, tho market liero yes terday, W. U. Bristol, tho veteran poul try dcalor, receiving about a ton. Until n few years ago It wns considered a light market when tho offerings did not como up to six or olght ton. Not nearly ns much poultr lias been raised In this sec tion this year oh nccount It Is thought of tho high prlco of feed. The prices paid yesterday follow: Turkeys 40 to 52 cents, chickens 30 to 83 cents, fowls 28 to 30, chicks 30, geese 23. Tho As You Like It club met Tuesday evening nt tho homo of Mrs. Wlllard II. Bristol, Mrs. Mildred Jodoln, Mrs. Waltoi W. Bristol nnd Miss Eva Meigs, assist ing In entertaining. In the absence of Mrs, Frank L. Fish, Miss Edith McGov ern presided, and tho following program carried out: Reading, "The Poetry Club of America," Mrs. F. N. Graves; paper on "Switzerland," Mrs. A. S. Haven; "Ono Quarter Hour wl(h Barn Trucliale," reading short sketches from her works, Mrs. E. E. McGovorn; closing with a pan tomime. The attendance was largo nnd a few guests were present. Tho next moellng will be held December 2 with Mrs. Frank M, Rogers. The body of Eugene D. Ramsay, accompanied by his son, George, arrived hero yesterday morn ing from Passaic, N. J., where he met his death ns n result of an automobile wrock Monday. The funeral will bo held this morning at St. Peter's Church. George W. Ross Is 111 at his room ut the Stevens House. Mrs. George R. Slack is able to be out nfter an Illness of 10 days. Miss Eva Meigs Is 111 at the homo of her father, D. G. Mclgs. A daughter was born Monday to Mr. and Mrs. John Col lette. The card party held Monday eve ning at City Hall for the benefit of St. Peter's Church netted J30. Hnrold Day of Lake Villa, II.. Is visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jl. W. Day. The Rev. W. F. Frazlcr and C. T. S. Pierce attended the Vermont Stato conferenco ot the Inter church world movement nt Burlington Tuesday. Mrs. Mary Clark has gone to Cleveland, Ohio, to pass tho wlnto'r with her sister, Mrs. Harriet Valwav. Mrs. E. R. Wilcox has returned from tho Mary Fletcher hospital, where she underwent nn operation. A. J. St. Jean of Burling ton has taken tho position of night opera tor at the station. Mrs. Alice E. Moore leaves to-day for Van Dyne, Wis,, where she will pass the winter with her son, Truman Newton. Judge Thomas Noonan has returned to Buffalo, N. Y., after a visit to his brother. William Noonan.- Miss Mlnnlo O'Nell, who has been visiting at the homo of William Crosby, has re turned to Keescvllle, N. Y. MONKTON RIDGE The Willing Workers met for dinner Wednesday, November 19, with Mrs. Edna Meader. Mr. and Mrs. D. II. Cox are parents of a son, Ralph Waldo, born Saturday, November 8. Mrs. Eva Colby of Bristol visited Mrs. Janette Barnum and family tho past week. A daughter. Rosauna Harriet was born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jewell, November 'A Frank Eddy of Providence, R. I Is visiting In town. MIsb Edna Dwyer. teacher nt the Ridge school visited rela tives In Mlddlebury over Sunday. D. H. nnd W. Earle Meader have purchased of D. W. Eddy his meadow and timber land, known as tho W. E. Smith lot. RIPTON Services at tho Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday will be as follows: 2:00 p. m., preaching by the pastor, subject, "Paying tho Fare"; 3:00 p. m., Sunday school, Miss "Nina Hart, who has been a visitor at the parsonage for .a, few days. has returned to her home In Hubbard ton. Mrs. W, II. Merrier, who has, been visiting :her daughtcr, Mrs. V. R Walker, of Hubbardton, returned home the lTth. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nobles have closed their homo for the winter and havo gone to live with their son. Homer Nobles. 'rlH! Rev. W. H.. Merrier wan In Barro Brown, of the northern part of the town, has purchased a farm In Mlddlebury and takes possession In tho near future. The Rev. W. II. Merrier Is In attendance at tho "Vermont Stato Leaders' Training Conference" at Burlington this week. The Rov. W. H. Merrier officiated at the funeral of Mrs. Keeler at East Mlddle bury the 18th, Miss Retn Campbell left tho "th for Bradontown, Pin,, where she will spend the winter with her aunt, Mrs. Foster. ORWELL The reception tendered Dr. C. A. Sar gent Monday "November 10 was a town affair. A purse of $100.00 was presented, Mrs. Sargent. The thanks' offering held November .12 was a success. Mrs. J. Blair spent last week In Bristol, John Stevens and family went last week to Florida for tho winter. A. C. Pluo com menced work on the Pascom farm last week. Mrs. Charles Gardner of Johns town, N. Y was In town some days last week, crating household goods and ship ping them home, The cows and lambs are moving on by tho car load lots. Mrs. Shirley Smith left last Friday for Detroit, Mich. The dance of tho C. O. F. Wednesday November 12 was attend ed by 70 couples. Edward Mclntyro un derwent nn operation at Moses hospital, Tleonderoga, N, Y and Is doing well, Tho Fortnightly club held n regular meeting In the ladles' rooms Tuesday. Mrs. L. M... Isaacs la reported better. J. H. Thomas Is shut In with a cold. Mrs. Marlon Abell fell last week and was hurt qulto badty. Mrs. Addle Ray mond was In Brandon Tuesday. Mrs. H. D. Branch transacted business In Bran don Friday. L. WV Cutts nnd family went to California last week for the winter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alvah Monger of Shorehnm are with his sou, C. L. Mon ger. BRISTOL Tho conference of teachers of Addison northeast district, held In the high school building Friday, was a success In every way. Every teacher In the district was present. Following the conference Super Intendcnt and Mrs. Beebe gave a recep tion to the teachers at their home on Garfield street Superintendent and Mrs. Beebe and Principal Sulden of Bristol, Principal Davis of Now Haven, Mrs. Wadu ot Starksboro and Mrs. Garland of Lincoln' were In tho receiving line. Dainty refreshments were served. Super- 1 Intendcnt Cogglns of Vergunnes and Superintendent Eddy of Mlddlebury were In town to attend the conference of tench era Friday. Kenneth Blcknoll was at homu from Woodstock over Sunday. I Miss Marlon Mulling of Mlddlebury Col- , lege spent tho week-end with her mother, Mrs. D. C. Mulllugs. The loyalty class of tho Federated Sunday school had a. social in tho church parlors Monday night. Rlddy Norton ot Mlddlebury College spent Sunday at his home here. The second entertainment of this winter's course, i "Tho Metropolitan Trio," will bo given In Holley hall Thursday evening. A, W. Henry of Plnttsburgh, N. Y spent Sunday with his family hero. Mr, and Mrs. Ira E. Htuwart started Tuesday afternoon for California, whero they will spend the winter with relatives at Los Angeles, E. W. Jennings and George Hawthorne went to 8t. .Albans Saturday, returning Sunday. About 250 members were secured- In the recent Red Cross drive. It Is. reported that Henry F. Harvey, who Is In a sanitarium In Bur lington for treatment, Is much better, Miss Verta R, Manum, who has been nt tho Honton hospital for tho past three monthH, has been nccepted as a nurse In training. Mrs. James Dillon of Burlington they expect to pass tho winter. Mr. and was in town Tuesday.-Tho condition of AtrSi jonll d0 Wltto havo rented their Mrs. C. W, Norton remains about tho . P... ,,, . . ,. same.-J. A. Jennings, who Is 111 nt l.ls""" ' Crcttm ,HI" t0 M" nnd J,r8' homo mi E.nsi ..ii,,,.a ulmnt Noblo Dumas nnd nro to live with Mr. homo on East street, continues about tho same. j Tho nnnual business meeting and ban quet of the Men's Educational and Social ;i.iui in thu church parlors Tuesdny evening. ADOUl 4" members nnd guests wero t. An excellent supper was provided J ladles of the church nnd served present, 111, fl.n bv the hluh oi,i rri, n. E. W. Gould presided at tho business meeting and also acted as tonstrnastcr. A com- .mlttco wns appolntod to havo chnrgo of the arraneementa fne m, ttino- nn ih Hlhl lands slides at tho Colonial theatre. Re marks were made by Principal Seldcn, superintendent Boebe nnd Attorney Page. The speaker of tho evening, William It. Jeffreys, State probation officer, was then Introduced, who gave a talk of vital In terest to ovcry man present. John O. Baxcndnle of Boston, Mnss., wns a busi ness visitor In town this week. Mrs. Albert W. Gove of Mlddlebury visited relatives Wednesday. STARKSBORO Mrs. Ellon Hopo of Mlddlebu Ella Dow of Lowell. Mass.. nnd Mrs. Catherlno Sears of Boston nro guests at Edmund Hannon's.-Mrs. Christina Steadman has sold her farm to a Mr. Johnson of Dorset nnd will live In Her bert Clifford's house In tho vlllage.- nn at, m.w , v" V,' W" '?m. ntts' mire,,,. mCW "m" Mr8 - Held over M , nn J' T'r ''J1' MsterM ,n n , n y,r0, Vad I" W' h Th rJll, r !;'"" i' mW, ''f - nual nt In,? nU,ltUr hp"'" nZl it in tS h Wh ?rCP" mI. ,. ThuTrf,day ''fternoon.-Mrs. w i , i , ' 1"'lnB" yl!""''K Union of tho Federated Church was held""vo mrB' ucor "J'co' apart- Major Bunker hns returned to his homo herdH nf Afro Mn ii,,,ii, v r u, In Fltchburg, Mass., after stopping a ner nnd w. F. Bomn fr ...V.rV.irJl George Yandow of this town, b few days at F. .t. Unnunn'u itn wn i,,.r r. , . ' . ..... . T X . .. bride or Wilfred Joseph Brlsson looking up data concerning the Bunker's ZlZ "5r"" "7" . .,? Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Brlsson o who weero ninnnir iho nm uiHer ., hi ... ... ..." . ul ham. Tho young couplo were town.-Mrs. Hauin sareen I, o Agnes nagg mslde tho snnctuarj' railing by Oswcll. were weu.n,i t n V "Bu ' J." 10 suc8t 01 Father Welch, rector of St. Ge iml Mr ynd0A,Br0nnT?CT fnrt?ont,ly the serious Illness of her sister, aSmtav t if r ?U Weetu spcnt A. A. Smead. and returned to her l,nM'! JIrB' arf ent Monu-ay.-Tho farmers' meeting he -The i v Vi e " " iiieni. th0 homo of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Morgan Clifford Yandow brother nf th. hrl, e uunce- llaster warren Tracy entertained convention ' oV h'Md" - -- -c'l Mrl'ndlfrsBrVs'son U Ztflu mtb Mrthdav movement In Burlington tlt ek.- 1"; :n"thboe nt VT' 7 ""Tr, m'" Clamed and efre'stnents w 0 "e home i'n Fat'"' hUSf , retUrncd ,hl? Uen" n 7h ? Rev. D W. Reld attended Brlsson ree'ent. b" ght ' ' "le guests.-Mrs. Cordelia Taiwan vZ with .1 r , , a? Icxt,e",Je,1 tho S. S. conference In Rutland Friday.- j v" Duff & Co have comnleted the h'19 to Sew York city after Ijohn Teff marled I. ' J'1iJ,,ah;n' A plrtof the "Old Rock." an ancient crnlcnt road wh ch 1ms oZ about "'lfl;inS th SUmmer nt JU,,E0 Trey's.- DaWon FH 1 m 1 .h landmark, below the farm of George Gal- ror month'' t me The " road emends Owing to sickness In tne fnmllle,-of romo winter -Mrs ' II nl r vln' Is hel blate"' mnke root" f"r from Ue Selgr plac Tpas Fort Eihtn "f tho me'"b"s of 'he I-nprovemcnt so- Bristoit e'blir , In? r pr t,,e "lcco ot S,nt0 roaJ now undcr VHen nd nearly t St Michael's Co" C,0ty Uw nle wl" be guion.1 who6'. Thouho- same'- bctWCC" tho eor- lho I - totonSZt aHe In'fro "othe 1 r." 1" Mis3 Rachel Glalster Is 111 with a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. O. D. BeuSch nnd son of Ellzabethtown, N. J nre visiting Mr. Beusch's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schurcr. Lawyer Coles of Bur- llnL'ton wns In tnu .t, firt 'r ,i, ....... -Mrs. Howard Hanson and her sisters Mrs. Day and Sargent of Lincoln visited at O. C. Besaw's In Bristol last week A Thanksgiving social for thu benefit of tho Sunday school will be held at the town hall, Friday. Supper will be served from, six to eight o'clock followed by entertainment. Earl Carpenter of Bristol ..i..t.. i . .c.i.y visueu nis parents, nr. ami Mrs. j. u. (.apentcr. .Mr. and Jlrs. T. W. :::y' "', - . Newton visited at A. W. Norton's In Mlddlebury Thursday by tho serious Ill Bristol Sunday.-A good manv from here ncss of nls father, who is somewhat are attendhisr th Rehurer-lTn'tmnn ,,i. in Improved. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Allard, Mlddlebury this week ' ADDISON Despite tho downpour of rain and the horrible condition ot the roads, there wns a good attendance at tho chlckcn-ple supper Wednesday Nov. 12 and about J70 was cleared.-A. T. Clark Is In Rutland attending tho State- horticultural meet- I lng. Thomas Noonan of Buffalo, N. Y has been calling on old friends. Mr. nnd Mrs. -Howard WInslow and family of i i . ... West Rutland havo been the guest of Af r.,,,1 Af... r. T ". t ft , , ZS,l I.:.. , Z . 7 Z . n " ,1 "'""Jl of Port Henry, N. Y on November C. Lt. and Mrs. Trawlck and Mrs. Miller and son of Saratoga, N. Y., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. McLean. .Mr. and ( Mrs. Harry Baldwin wero over Sunday guests of friends In Shoreham. Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Adams havo been spending a few days In Wcstport, N. Y the guests of. Mr. and Mrs. Wright. Cora Mitchell of St. Albans has been spending few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Clark.-Carson Fisher ls gaining ' slowly'. Tho first and second degrees will bo worked at grange this week. Word has been received of tho marriage of Ford Pond of Dodge City, Kaus. He was well known here. GRANVILLE Mr. and Mrs. Henry Powers were in lianaoinn on business last week Tliui day. Mrs. Nellie Cnmnhell nf TheifnrH - is spenoing s Clyde Campbell. ' services at Church during and Mrs. William Armstrong of East Randolph spent Sunday nt the home of their daughter, Mrs. Hermon Ford. C. R. Bagley Is quite. Ill.-Hermon Ford "was in twro 'r,,,tnV n u' r. I Rice of Roxbury wns In town two days last week. PANTON Miss Mary Conant has been to Al bun), N. Y., for a few Campbell, who has been 'lays. Mrs. Carlllg for Mrs. Warren Norton gone to Vergenncs Al""' v-Rli' .''"" m ur" time ut me home ot te uuilts.-Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Rowley are , V,V . k nf , IiXZi, 7 Sunday to see Mr. Fuller's sister, Mrs. There will b no more i town for a short stav before .nl, .,. Mr' K?ub of tmi University was the ,,,.,.. Mooi,.. r Korm., A,,ir. ,,ha the Methodist Episcopal . Uurllmrtoi. to reside. - week-enil guest ot h.ugeno l.oodrlch.- . . fon 'hnl11v hllrn(t, nvpr a .VPrtb tho winter months-Mr. Mr'- J' h5 !N' recno wan very happily . , ..rinB m n nmonH ,,,. mey,hT, "Lrro,.rVAP.?'.Avery has returned from the Mary Flet Harry Norton and children of East Ad dison wero ut Warron Norton's Sun day. Charles Matthuws of Rutland was a. guest at C. S. Curler's Sunday. Mrs. Murray Kenyon Is spending a few days at F. V. Grandoy's. LINCOLN A Thanksgiving dance will be given Thursday evening, November 27, ln Jackman and Garland's hall. Brown's orchestra nf Itrlainl wilt ft muslii. Thft in,ii,.a f thn in,i,.tri.,i society will hold their annual sale . . .... . ..... Aid aWK'Kx "r Ts in ... . . .. jurungion this week, attending a tnee L. Burllngt has ter nt Varney Me, Is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Kent spent Sunday In Rochester with Mr. Kent's brother, Seymour Kent. Nelson Cram ana rnmily uro moving to their house nt the Center Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Smith, ting of the Bantlst ureachers. D. lu nKri' tu store aiso. .nr. I'aimer r- ' " " ,vr'. .'.'""" .... i i ,i..i .in, t. Garland mado a business trln to tains a part of the house for his goods, i'" -inactive reserve at Philadelphia navyi f- , , ' " ' on Monday.-CIayton Vnrnoy a'l will remain there until spring, as ls. Hon ,ue "frman .'""rr" ""Ti.. Z iZ I S iJ Vn LI returnod to Framlngham. Mass., af- " "as personal property to dlsposo of. wnttaKcr. noieu novelist nnu connuemmi - """V" "h"" visit- a two weeks' stay with l.ls family i-A meeting was held at the war correspon. lent for the navy. -No da to, '-lltr "" . the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar church Sunday after services In regard baa bcen 8.ut C?,r. wf tU,l,S'-Th.e B0C Mrs. Oscar Coll.um of Unity, 1 1'- '"iKIng needed repairs on the church . , ., .p mr CMJ8 """"'f. vc' i V" " J. V"J " ' ",, T,Ef Ti; V Is visiting In town. Corrltme. , proporty.-Georgo W. Sweet has bought m" ?r " ym"'K 'n "w-r. "'' "'7 "V. " - "' ,r niM. i ..... r!..... 5 tlm hnrxn wnir.,., n.i ,o...u .i ........ slty of Vermont, who had enargo of tho,') nenmi. Mrs. Ralph Sargent and Wllllan Steven-! Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Russell have ro son wero In Burlington Saturday, All turned from Arlington, whore thoy vlslt of tho teachers from this town at-1 ed their son, Dr. George A. Russell- tended the meeting of tho teachers of tho Northeust district, hold In Bristol r natty, SHOREHAM Friday evening, tho 'Woodman of Mld dlebury will give an entertainment in Academy hall under the ausplccH of St, Genevieve's .Church. Tho entertainment Is lo lw. fntln.irn.l 1... n .,..n..A. floi'lrititn ii 1 uj i. owe.. j Baker of Brandon la visiting relatives , In town Hartwoll Ward Is nt homo 111 w'lth tho mumps F. S, Piatt nnd It. H. Preble passed tho week-end In Glens Falls Mr. and' Mrs. Georgo Roycn nnd Mr. und Mrs, F. E. Douglar. left Tuesday for Blloxl, Miss., whore nro to live with Mr. Do Wltto's uncle, R. II. Preblo Vr. ..... ..... and Mrs. Elba Frost and Madam l'mst. .... .. Onocn nBvr... ..... niem.-.r, ana Mrs, iicrncrt Enston hnvo moved to Bradford' to tho fnrm vacatca l0rlott tho war gave up all social by Mr. and Mrs Frost -Mrs W n I ,.r notlvltlc"' lowing the whist play- "y, ,,:,.. .' . V"' f""hmonts will bo served , r,lb0 entertained the Mornvluh club yen - 1 pleasantly Tuesday. Luncheon wns served. J, C. Mooro Is In Boston this weck.-R. H. Holmes Is attending tho Stato horticultural meetlnir In tlntlnnd Mrs. H. W. Jones nnd Mrs. W. H. Stokes wero recent visitors In town. SALISBURY William Conant bought tho It. E. More place In the vlllago at the auction Wed .,nU.inn is .i... nr t, . ... ,a kcu lllUi . . uyer conrnct with tho American Letrlon , aa's has purchased the Charles Manley place. meetlncB "."inn region n ,. ...... ..... 1111.1.11116,11. ttXtrSCITITTY- . ...' cieiu win occupy family from the Oonro-n fjnlvln fnrm i Brandon, whero ho hns n posltlon.-Fred Ellis took his llttlo son, Chester, to Rut- 1 land Thursday, whero an operation for adenoids was performed. Dr. Eno was in town Friday nnd Saturday, testing the cloty of the Methodist Episcopal Church !wlll havo a play and salo tho first week 1 mbor.-Mr.. Walter J. Whitney. ' who wxs called to Cornwall by the serious l'llhoss of her daughter, Mrs. Leslie Foote, J hn. returned home.-The commissioners at thB A' K' Whitney estate met at his lato rr8i,1(.ncL. Monday.-Mrs. Martha II. Bar- ton of Vergonnes es was called here Friday Mrs homo held at BRIDPORT Mrs. Wllllum Grandey remains about the same. Miss Cora Allard, who has been wltn llcr alstcr- Mrs- Arthur Jacob, In c""rnwal1' has returned home. Tho sllorblno cheese factory closed November 10 af,er bol"K ope" llurln lhe summer moths.-Mrs. Hilton Newton, who has bopn at tllc Mary Fletcher hospital has returne(' to her home. S. J. Cooke and fnm"f motored to Ellzabethtown. N. Y SUtldnv .inrl nttnmlpr! tin funnivtl nt n pt- , i i ... ! who liave been on a two weeks visit to Bellows Fall3 and Lebanon, N. H., havo returned home. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Lowell nre the parents of a son born i the W. IT. ITarrlnrtti i,Me,. t) .... .wl .... l. ., . . , , V ' V" """"""" ",u imugnicr oi oir. and Airs. Eugcno R ch- I Pine Knot Cnmu No 7430 M W A was a wk end" must ?? VT"""? the,r ' " a Tha'nl:sglvln " bail 'n tt Zl on atl l r VrMM L'M0 0".M?ln "'J"1, Th fUnfrftl Wns "I'lMbunr town hall Wednesday evenlpg. m Vi i 1 .!. o VVcckH In Mid- held yesterday nfternoon and Interment November 26. An oyster supper will bo ry, Mrs. : dlebury.-Arthur Stuart has moved h a wn In St. Francl- vi,. ,.. ' . . . aupl'r w ' 10 Atra f,,mii.. -... .i.. n r . curveu anil incro win e good music . UaiVlIl llOmC. Pnal en.'an-f aM.u f ...tl.. ,1.1,. ".. -....-..w. .(J ua IIIIIUCS Ui ATrPan Mr n T n "le wlr which furnish tho car's lights parcn,s' Mr' and Mrs- Henr- Brothers.--Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hen- , , circuited nuttlnir on thn lights m, The nev. F. M. Hngadorn of North Fer 5aturdav for Florida, where ,.".C. ltet1' P"""' ou th "Shts. Mr. ,.., . . .. November 16.: nenwav left Sntn they will snend the winter. n,i ii, n i.., I CORNWALL An entertnlnment for the benetlt of tho Junior Red Cross will be given at tho Imll l..Ht.ln.. a. I ,1, . . . , . u , , . . by the pupils of the schools In town. A miscellaneous program will be presented aftr which a supper will be served.- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Phillips of Pittsford were guests on Tuesday of their uncle 11 E. Sanford. Irving Bradley and Bradley Eno of Charlotte wero guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Curtis. The Rev. R. Hamlin, pastor of tho Congrega tlonal Church, is In Burlington ln attend- . vf,' since UDOll the conference nf the Inter. church World movement In session there. NEW HAVEN Miss Arllo Hrl tt oil returned to her homo ! 1,1 Wcybrldgc Tuesday after passing sev- eral days with her undo and aunt, Mr. mm .m-n. ... ,i. epngg. Among inose who were In Burlington Tuesday were Mr. aim .urn. vt liner itingsiey, .Mrs. r . H. sonant, uusseu Everest anu u. u. Coates. -" -"ury noscoe, who was cancel to North Adam.", Mass., two weeks ago by the serious Illness of her sister, re turned Tuesday, the sister having passed ! 1 nunv vi, .mTii. i.,n.. .,m ,i ..ri'.... "... ' vi,,; uivviiiiK t.-viiiv.-niu. ui uieir rooms lo WALTHAM Tho N, S. club met with Mrs, A. G. Wr'K,ht Thur8l,a' afternoon. Eleven members were iiresent and three visitors. i i-nuiui, u, . .i. iinrns nnd Mrs. William Lagarre. Tho subject "The Rflntlon of the Home to the fihnni" was discussed. Plans were mado to cele- brate the anniversary of the club. Re - 'freshmentH wer served tiv lVw. lmon lln a very pleasant afternoon was n'lUHeri Afr ntwl ATrK T W ftlu' ...... n.i the week-end with her nunt, Mrs. W. E. ' Edgerton, in Poultney Mrs. Volney cher hospital to tho homo of hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wright Mr. nnd Mrs. George Evarts Jr., of Panton wero guests of his parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. George Evarts Sr., Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. W. AVnrd attended tho meeting held nt the Methodist Church in Ferrls burg Sunday evening. MONKTON E. H. Palmer has sold all or his real estate property, with his two farms including A. to Ca" late F H 1 fur houses In tho vlllago hls homo ,,laco iin'l fpeu 11 tor'' ulllH Tl'itrP VII ll I,n, ,1,. 1, ?- -t -f .U": iiin win ,..i,.. ..nv.nc..i .,.. ..... .. inicmuii nun mit anu is, "f ""hart Cross. He Is doing an ex- tensive business buying raw fur for other parties. Fur animals are plentiful in this vicinity Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Donahue havo returned from their visit to Boston. There la to be a social dance nt Woodmen lin.ll on I-rlduy evening, November 21, Muslo will be furnished by Brown's orchestra. SOUTH STARKSBORO Mrs. Earl Oris, who Is In Burling- ton at the Mury Fletcher hospital, Is gaining from a recent operation. Mrs. . n . .... . 1...... .. . .' juy iiuuuun ui .uuiiniun wus a guest nki m,0 f ,,. parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Follansbee Mrs. Georgo Vnrnoy tie sixth generation of Yaleu to llvo In of Lincoln Is spending a few days with town, a sister, Miss C. A, Ynlo. of her daughter, Mr?. Russoll Young. t Northampton, Masu., nnd a brother, Mrs, Clayton Hallock Is doing well at John, of Bedford, Mass. Tho funeral will Mrs, Kllbniirn's In Bristol, whero sho. bo nt tho house this nfternoon tit underwent an operation recently. lone o'clock, Chittenden County WINOOSKI Friday night, a whist party will bo . . . , 'vo" ,,y th0 Y"g Ladles' Sodality .. . . .V.n Corpora- tlon hall. The party will take tho form "r n reunion, ns tho church during tho' ' Wlnooskl Lodirn. t.nv,,i n,.. Moose, held Its Insinuation of officers 1,1 ,tB rooms on Weaver street Mondnv evening. Tho following officers were Installed; Dictator. William Merino. Mrrlee- Past Dictator, L. P. Allard; vlce-dlc- 1,a"ftra' O'Meara, Irving Irish and Wos tator, Harvey Klrby; nreln'ti- Athnrt chusetts. where they have employment. H. McOee; treasurer, Walter Smyle, Following tho Installation, an oyster supper was served, Tho regular meet- Ing night has been changed from Wed- npftirinv In Afntwlnv itnt. ... :::. h nui. iu Carmine Rlcharo. the twn.mnnih.i,i ESSEX JUNCTION A quiet und pretty wedding took place Monday morning of Inst week at St. Genevieve's Church, Shoreham, when Laura Mary, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ecamo tho , son of f Shore- married the Rev. ncvleve's Church. Tho bride was attended by her sister, Alma Yandow, nnd tho groom The ladies of the United Church will had ns best man his brother, Henry Brls- have a harvest supper In tho Congrega son. The bride was attired In a blun .tlonal vestry Tuesday evening, November sergo traveling suit with hat to match. 23. Henry Endors and family of Burllng The bridesmaid also wore a hluo serge ton spent Sunday with his father, Georgo suit and hnt to match. After the cere- Hnders. Harrison Owen has rebuilt hln mony tho happy couplo departed for parts .cold storage plant at an expense of J300. imlrtintun n.ntil Dttnuin.. nt .Inn nn.1 ,hn I best wishes of their many friends. Peo ple from out of town were Mrs. L. A. Levesque and Mrs. O. Chevalier of Mont- Post, seven-tenths of a mile this slds of the Post and nine-tenths of a mile the other side. Tho road Is 18 feet wide with a shoulder of crushed stono and dirt three and one-hulf feet each side The marriage of Miss Rose Latnont of Providence Island and Joseph Burke, son of Mrs. Josephine Burko of Wllliston, took place at the Church of the Holy Family Monday morning. The core- mony was performed by tno Rev. .1. B. p0ullot. A reception wns held at tho home 0f the groom In tho evening. ! ' Tuesday evening when Mr. .and Mrs. IU 111 v.i '. 1 Tneonh O n .,!.. 1.1 1 E. L. Bouchard and son, Norman. Mr. 'ra"7 a'cou ! nuay aucrnoon. .Novrnn and .Mrs. O. E. Cox. Mr. and Mrs.. E. P. I ber 14-Mrs. Sarah Leet has closed her Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Mathewson. Mrs. Ann Colman nnd Mrs. Tt. A Mlllu wor,. returning In the Bouchard & Cox truck Oreeor'- ln Burlington for the wlnter. from Essex Center, where they had at- John Brothers, who has been working tended ., KtiT,t,er i n, MhnHi.. r.hv. tor Elmer Osborne, has returned to his iiucnara was unatue to Bee the road and befor he couhl Rtnn it tlm enr gr.nl the ditch Just the other side of Mr south ls al home for a short thne.-Wll-Noonan's. Aside from a shaking up. no llam Burnett from Underhill sient Sun one was Injured but Mrs. Bouchard who ,,ay wl,h hls aunt' Miss Lennle Burnett, suffered a sprained thumb. Mr. Noonan Mrs; Lucla Darling had a slight shock with his team assisted by Mr. Fnrrand nnd the men pulled the truck out and It proceeded home. ESSEX CENTER The Ladies' Aid nerved supper at .1,.. ll.ili ,.... .... , . .. .Zr, 3n.r . . ..... v...... uv-.v... v. v..uv,n. . Itv Uli.UILlUll- ment nt the Brigham Hill school Sutur- .In.. I ... I ' , ,V ,.. ,,,e ,s,m? w ""' aml " h"" lu l"" "-'ne.r. Mrs. George Mayo. Bernard Tuttle, who has been working for Amos Dixon, re turned to his home In Everett. Mass.. Saturday.-Donald Bates, who haa been in Connecticut on business, returnod Hapgooa rarm tn Richmond village v. u-Frlday.-The choir will meet nt the ' "am McGarghnn has gone to Bristol, Methodist narsonaBo Thur.sd.tv ovnnln Conn., where he has a position In the 'for rehearsal. There will bo a dance Frl- 'day night at the hall. Cabana's orches - tra will furnish music H. W. Lang and son. Kenneth, of Jeffersonvllle, visited i Ralph Wool Sunday. .,,..,, ,.,, , The school fair last Friday afternoon ; and tho dance which followed ln the cve- nlng were well patronlzed and the off to tho entire i program went a4iarn, surprised .ionuay aiternoon, when a number of friends dropped In to honor her on her seventieth birthday, which anniversary fell on Sunday the sixteenth. Tho Rev. G. C. Westcott nnd Mrs. esicoii aro aiieiming 1110 unuea cnurcn campaign conferenco In Burlington this 1 wenk. The united choir ronenrai.! I will bo held this week at tho parsonage, 'Thursday evening at seven-thirty. Tho l.iidlea' Aid held n verv HiieepKnftil fnlt- nf the .community house Tuesday afternoon. A .InllplrtilH Klinner w.lg erve1 fit Av,. ' thirty and wns very well patronized Another social danco will bo hold Friday Inn r.T ,,11 Mia n ...an ...... rr. evening nt the town hall with Cabana'aldav visitor nt the home of Mr. anil Mrs. orchestra of four pieces In attendance. CHARLOTTE Howard Bessette has returned from the ,.... ,.-!.,,!,.,, h.,.1,,,1 ' i, !,,. been for three weoks-MIss Gertrude cnt3' ;Ir' an'1 "' V Hlla'n fcchlllham Bessotto and Miss Dorothy Vinean. 0f.mer--Mr' Mrs. C. p. Potter have Burlington, and Arthur Bessette, of Rich-l,",rcbaptl ' J' 1 or,ter ho ,ry'nc mond, wero recent visitors ut Ell Bes sette's. Mr. nnd Mrs. Grant W. Jackmnn of Thompson's Point announce the engage- ment of their daughter. Miss Irene Cora iJackman. to Henry Perclval Whltaker. f Oakland, California, nnd Philadelphia. ; .msyivanla. Mr. Whltaker Is ch.e .,u)iiv nil nor nnd ehlpf triiinier'is mnt.. nf r,- - - service Sunday, was well attended and u very l,leau"' arfalr- ""iglng nnd games v-uro enjoyed and refreshments served. Tho Tho bcrvlces Sunday wero well at tended, Next Sunday will bti. observed ns Thanksgiving Sunday and the sermon and services will bo appropriate Thoro will bo a special meeting of the Red Cross nt Library hull this afternoon at four o'clock to see If tho society will vote money from tho treasury to make up tho deficit In thu last drive, Joseph Manor of Burlington has returned for tho winter Dencon W. H. Yale one of tho oldest residents of this town died Tuesday morning nt the ago of 77 yearB. ' He has been confined to tho houso for over thr.no years nnd has been u, most ... . . .. piuiem suuerer. no leaves n wire, a duughter, Mrs. Farr, and her son. who ls Milton Sfiulren of North Clarendon It visiting relative's In tow'n. Joseph Manor, Sr., nnd family, who havo spent the sum mer and fall In Burlington, have returned to their homo forithe vlntr. Dana Mol- Hson, who has been visiting relatives In ,,nw,,, ,,n o.UIIK IUMU1VU1 . Chicago, returned homu Inst Tuesdav. fc LUMUUKHILLi , T'"maf ,Hanlt,y' RO f Mr. ahd Mrs. ; ' , tl"l"y. ws married Thursday, M?vcm.b H' ,n,1Nor"' A.,,ams' 1-ass" to Miss Arllo Darling of that place. Mr. and Mrs. Hanley will reside In Greenfield, 'iss. Tno Fo0(1 Study club will meet Friday afternoon nt tho G. A. R. hall. Friday afternoon nt tho G, A. R, Mr' tlm' JtrB' P!lul Sinclair wero. In Jhnson Tuesday to attend tho funeral of 'om' Button. C. H. Chapman returned Monday from Waterloo, P. Q whero ho baa been vlnltlni? bin mother the rmAt fnw - - " ' " J&oouivjt Darwin Dlmlck Is at the Mnry Fletcher hospital for an operation for appendicitis. Familo L. Plerc.o Is at homo from the hospital. John Burley, 88 years old, Is trapping and having good succcsi, but he got lost m tho woods recently and wandered sev- erai miles out of his way. Coming out on a road In the town of Monkton hp saw a man ho knew nnd was set right. II ono Circle of the King's Daughters Is' nre- paring for Its annual sale nnd sunner which will probably be held December 3. anui-riiuicty Prof, and Mrs. Charles Cambridge have taken rooms In part of Judge Tracy's resl- her mother, Mrs. Norton. Walter Wob ster is confined to the house by lUnesi. WILLISTON Tho Ladles Home and Foreign Mlsslon- arV society met with Mrs. H. G Banks Wednesday. Jerry Harper visited his ehlldien Sunday, November P. a the Preventorium In Essex and he found that the children wero much improved In health. .Mrs. Henry Hnrt. who has been confined to her bed two weeks with a I hard cold. Is somewhat bettcr.-Tho ' nrinn rn., . ...t i. V ' " , , ",el w"" house here for the winter months, and ' has gono to her daughter's, Mrs. Hiram , , L . . . , V day night. Arthur Rymlll from tho one aay lasl wet'K- DUC apparently was us well as, usual the next day. Eugono Hanson was. ln Essex Sunday. Dayton Webster and a friend from Brookllno, Mass., called on his mother, Mrs. Carrie Morrill, -Sunday. Dennis Kendrew and .umiiy uiiBiim-u family attended a wedding at Muddy- Brook this week Monday night. Mrs. Henry' Hart, who has been qulto 111, Is omewhat better. JONESVILLE Mr. and Mrs. B. II. Douglas spent Men- day with friends In Montixller Harry ' n'egs and family have moved from the l niacnine snops. .urs. uaniei rresion is ' 111 wltu tonsllltls. Then will be food sul al lno ""'ary aaturuay aiternoon for the benefit of tho light fund. W. A. Church hns purchased a new truck. Mr. and Mrs. Ellery Fay of Essex Junc tion spent Wednesday at Mrs. Hapgood's. Clifford Sablns of Burlington spent Sun day with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. "Fuller were at the Fanny Allin hospital although tho burn Is doing well. JERICHO O. Bnllnstra has completed work for Carl Densmoro at the Granite shop and J will sail from New York Saturday for . Sualn to visit his fanillv throuch tho wln- ' ter William Densinore was an over Sundav visitor with relatives In Barre AfM. Atnrv AVrlirht. I serinuslv 111 at th I homo of her sister, Mrs. Sophia Ring. Atr.i t S Itrnnli nnd knn. Atiinrlee. wnro j visitors ln Jeffersonvllle Sunday Mrs. ' Carrie Jackson of Underhill was a Sun- Hurd Montague Mrs. George Swan Is ronllned to her bed nnd Is In a serious condition with lung troublo Miss Bertha Schlllhnmmer of Cloverdalo was an over Sunday visitor at the home of her par. Nealy farm located on Lee River Mrs, Clifford Barney nnd Reginald Hosklns were Saturday visitors In North Wllliston nt the home of Mrs. Edna Teaehout A "l ,e "ome ' " r'l 1 cb',,,ent . to V'f ,V , ' v h , Albee, who died Intestate In the Vermont State hospital at Y-aterbury. has , appear- In the person .it Mrs u U Bo.nbi.rd ot- iiauersiieiu, .Mrs, iioino.ini tlllims in WESTFORD There will bo a social at tho Bap tist Church Friday evening In obser vance of tho paying off of tho church debt. All are cordially Invited to bi present. No nilmlsrlon will bo charg ed. Ladles aro requested to bring cako. Tho Fortnightly c'ub will meet Sa turday, November ! for Its Thanks giving program, with Mrs. O. H. Jack son. G. 1 Grow has been confined to tho houso tho past week with lumba go, but ls somewhat Improved now. Miss Luna Grow of Burlington ls the guest of her sister, Mrs. Armond Os gord. Mr. and Mrs. William Archam bcuult havo moved Into tho hotiBo re cently vncated by Henry Atherton, In stead of tho II. N. Macombor liou3o, as reported lnat wee. Mrs. Marlon Rice, of Plnttsburgh, N. Y Is tho gu'eBt of hor brother-in-law, G, A. 'Rl.jp'e, Mr, anil Mrs. Harloy Rogers expect to hovo soon to tho farm recently vnrat od by Harry FaniBWorth. Mrs. Julia t. ., t.lm, ..f Afru Tltn,, Tt'lir, ,lle,l tt! i