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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1920.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
I Continued from page fnnr)
nt 'M iirre.s, which ho ranlctl on very
successfully for SO yenrs, rlo veloplng n
largo dnlty business nnd ono ot tho lnrg-
il mignr orchards In northern Vermont
Wlrr selling Maple IIIII Farm In 1900 Mr. j j. ,nuVhtcr Mrs Conriul A Ac
lab W.rc-h....l tho .1. 11. Blgolow Place nll? fn S idtoM. S Mrs.
m A est Branch, which Una slneo b. on ,lul ,t MrSi A i,nlcllcl(,cl
ho homo of tliu family. Besides his ,i,,r.iii ., ..t...i i. ... -
wife. Mr. Gale la rurvlyc.l by their nine JIlps Knthcrln jrr.Swecncy 0r Burling-.-out-
ami daughters: hdw In F... Angus lon I)nH ,. v3t(ir , slown u,fl wr.ck.
about the same. Mrs. Nolllo Tnlmadgo,
who has been In Stowe for 10 days on
tho nccount of the lllnoss of her brother,
Adclbcrt H. Bctitloy, hns returned to her
home In Albany, N. Y. The condlHon of
Mr. llently reninlng very low. His step
fathef nnd mother, Mr. nnd Mrs. H. T.
Vnrney, of Shorch.im nro with him. Mrs.
Abblo Warren rcmnlnH (iilte 111 nnd Ih
confined to her bed. Mir. Mnrlllo I'. Rus
sell has returned from a short visit with
daughter, Jtrs. A. B. llntchcldcr. of Lyn
ilonvllle accompanied her to Jlcdford.
I. George P. Oaln. Mrs. T'nlly Gale nine
ml Alls Hlvira (lain Forbes cf Stowe
llulos II. (iale of Cleveland, Ohio, Mis,
-The. ladles of the Tt. II. Smith, Women's
Itcllcf Coins, realized nbont KO from tho
entertainment to rnlso a fund for a flag
Ancle OmIp ltoiihton of Cndy'a Kails. Kred ,,. ,,i , ,.. At -te.
w X ! V?iii'ilnon','i u'i , ," Im J Mahon Post. American Legion. No. fit.
A nry Cal.. 1 MllnH of hi. .o.llH. Mo.; ami A aR cosM ?70 )ms bccn ordpred nml
grandchildren, ntiiotig them Charles - ivill bo presented to the lesion about
Hal. mid Mis. M hired Gale Rum. of ,1nnuary ,, w, bo llcllv ,vov,,
Mowc. hi- t.eltitj the llrK death In his regulation sir... with three atreamcrs
mmdluto fir.ll. " also leaves three from )0 rnff,ei n ,(, on ,,nc,,
brothers Daniel Oalc of (.rami Haven ,..,,,,,. nm, it ,.()r(1 nm, tt)nsct. ndow
id .loan ..;.ic oi i.rami nap., s. ...,... , rn(.,0 R Ko(1 pMn wl ,,pnr m, .
and Frank Oale of Stowe, ami six sisters
Mrt- Kmlly Reed of nrookflchl. Betsey
Slayton of Stowe, Mrs. Anglo Ttntts of
.In' Statu of AVashlnglnn, Mrs. .1. A.
Pfitft. Mrs. Fred I'fnff ami Mrs. C. .T.
Pfnfi" of Grand Itiiven, Mich. Mr. Oalo
had served the Imvn as select man several
terms and nlM) as sclmol director and
l.nd held other town otllees He was a
public spirited citizen nnd was much
esteemed by all who know htm.Ncwa
rs been received ot the death in AVnler
miiy of Ft id AV. Walker, tho adopted son
of the late -Mr. nnd Mrs. Melvin AValltor
ot Stowe. Mr Walker was until re-
ontly a icsident of Stowo. Ho leaves
nls v.lfe and four children. Mr. nnd Mrs.
'leorgo ):. llrnsh of Morrlstown, formerly
of Stowc, went fc'atutday l. Wluoonkl,
wlierc Mr. Ilrusl. will have iln examlna
Hnn nnd treatment nl the Fanny Allen
.oapitul, Mr. Uriish, who had been 111
for some lime, had been worse for a
week.- The condition of A. 11. Ilentlcy
cmnliis vciy low. Ulllo Gary Marshall,
who i 111 will, pneumonia, remains aboiil
'he bame OcorBo Moulton of Moscow
Is nblo to be out after an Illness with
nneumonia Mr. and Mrs. ClcorRe W. Gale
of Maple street arc parents of it son.
born, December 'Sl. Hellish, tint second
ilnuvhtcr of W. L. Uennett, Is ill, threat-
ned with an abscess in the ear. Mrs.
K. s'. Wilkins recently saw three evening
urosbcAks, a rare winter bird, at l.cr
home on Shaw Hill near Moscow. Tho
family of the late Mrs. Aurora I.. Adams
nail n pleasant reunion on Christinas day
at ih homo of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon
1 'hamberlaln, tho families of Mr. and
Mrs 11. A. Cleveland, Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Tntio. Mr and Mrs. S. C. Adams, Mr.
and Mrs. 1 G. Adams and Mr. and Mrs.
Chamberlain and Miss Mildred Adams ot
Waterbury helm; present. Mr. and Mrs.
I. .1. Adams of Watcihury were unuble
In nttem! oil areount of ilhiesB.
The Women's Relief Corps of tho H. H.
Smith Post ir.no a successful moving
)Toprlate Inscription. Tho white streamer
will bear three irold atnts for tho soldlcrn
who died In service. The red streamer
will have the namn nnd number of tho
post, and the blue streamer tho namo of
tho town and date ot presentation.
Gary, tho llttlo son of Mr. and Mrs. M. O.
Marshall, who has been very III with
pneumonia, Is recovering and It Is
thought Is now out of dancer.
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick I'. BIllinRs anil
(laughter. Mrs. Ix)la Douglass, returned
Wednesday from Stamford, X. Y.. where
they visited their son, A. W. llllllnp',
and family, returning sooner than thoy
Intended on account of the death of 1'. R.
Goie. At the community service Sunday
evening CO slides of views of the Yellow
stone National Park will bo exhibited.
A collection will bo tuken to defray the
expenses of tho exhibition. Kdwln Hall
was in Wlllltunsloun Monday to visit bis
father, GeotKo Halt, who -fs very III.
Friends in Stowe tecelved news that Mr.
and Mrs. II. L. Simmons of Richmond
have adopted a lx-mont)i-old baby nirl,
naming It .loyce Robinson Simmons. Mrs.
Simmons wan formerly Miss Kate Rob
inson of Stowe. DoUKlass Harrows has
joined his sister, Mlas Dorothy, at the
homo of th"ir aunt, Mis. A. A. Kmery,
in St. Albans for the remainder of the
week. Mtes Anglo Pike of Northtleld,
who died lant week In Randolph, whero
she was passing tho winter, was the
daughter of the late Joseph an Amy
tlm ilnnlnr'n rnre. Dr. and Mrs. .r. It. ch.i fvi,.,ic Tim tmll irlvcn at tho Mnrjorlo Spauldlmr. who In n, teacher of
Bean nnd Lolniul Smith havo been visit- Salisbury warehouse, was well attended 'kindergarten woil: In Taunton, Mass.,
Inp In Hrandon. M. H. Hawloy nnd Hon Friday night. It Is expected that u. . passing ti.o nolldayH hero with ncr
visited at A. A. Pike In Johnson, Hun- Red Cross will realls-.o a neat little sum. father, F. K. Spauldlng.-V. A. Grant
tiny. Mr. and Mrs. Hlaytou Seott wero v, j, Hamilton, who was with Mm. and Laurence Leonard were In White
In Burlington Friday to attend tho Hamilton nt the homo of her purentfl, River Junction, Tuesday to .attend a
theatre Tho Misses Chloo and Mildred jr. and Mrs. Halo Flint, over Christmas, (IrURgltjtB meeting. Dr. N, S. Morgan and
Powell oro visiting In Motitpcllor. left Saturday for Mld.llebury, where ho daughter, Olive, of Now York city eamo
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. llrlswold, Clarence now bus employment, but Mrs. Hamilton yesterday to pass a few dayn nt Kdwln
Powoll nnd daughter wore In Fair- remained over for a few dayn longer. Morgan's. Miss Merlo Allen Is cauhler
fax, Sunday. Miss lSvclyn Hill of xno mother ot Mrs. David Frnzlor. In Hell brothers store. Pearl Gaylord ot
Johnson was a Sunday visitor of Miss jrs p,.nn, rcd Monday nfter an Illness Wnltsfleld ha been visiting lila brother,
Dorothy Smith. A. W. Fdwards wns a 0 somo length. Sho was unknown to H, M. Gaylord, thlu week. Mrs. Leila
business visitor In Burlington, Salur- many of tho people In town, some not Dean of Montpeller passed Saturday and
day. Howard Uurbo nnd Viola Hondo cvcn ,tlowlng that sho was with her Sunday with Mrs. Hattlo Nichols. A
of Burtlngton wero Sundny bucbIh at . ,i,tnghtcr, until her Illness. Tho funornt daughter was bom December 3 to Mr.
the "Hemlocks." WUK y0Bt(;nViy afternoon and Inter- nnd Mrs. Wallaco G, Kerry. Miss Marlon
Fred McNnlly was a visitor In llssex ' ,..u ,,,,.., i,, iir ilnri-rr. II. A. Skin- Salisbury of Washington. D. C. Is In
Monday. Clyde Cheesmnn Is visiting In npl. o (,i,rlilRe, Mass., arrived Mon- town for a short stay with her parents,
Hydo Park.-Tho Misses Leach of t-. ,y 0n a business ttlp.-Mrs. Frank Gil- Mr. and Jlrs. U. T. Sallsbury.-Burton
man of Royalton Hill was in town xues- Avenu arid inotiier, Mrs. Clara .veri.i.
day. Fred Goodwin of Cambridge Is, wero In Clnrcmont, N, H Chllstmns
passing several days hero with his par- jwlth Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Avorlll. Mr.
nils, Mr. and Mrs. P.. G. Goodwin. An-'and Mis. Robelt Gay of Haverhill, Mans.,
other son", Kdwln of Mcdford, Mass.. who .who havo been with Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Albans nro visiting relatives here. Tho
merchants are taking Inventories of their
stock. Tho monthly meeting of tho Jof
fcrsonvllle Cemetery association Is to bit
held with Mrs. Klsle Smith .Tnnuary C
Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Tooles wero In Bur
lington Monday. Umcry Burnor linn
been having tho mumps. lee houses are
being filled with ice of oxccllent (futility,
which lu being harvested by K. M. ICnee
Innd & Son. Tho regular meeting of tho
St. W. A. will bo held nt Start's hall Frl
day evening, January 2.
V. V. Collins of Hydo Pari: was a busi
ness visitor in town Tuesday. Mis. L. W.
O'Hoar and Miss Wllma Moffntt accom
panied their brother, Robert Moffntt, to
tho Fanny Allen hospital Wednesday,
where bo underwent an operation nnd Is
In a serious condition. W. W. Rlchatds
caught a Usher since the trapping sea
son began which brought him $11.". Mrs.
Blanch Collins and daughter, Dorothy, of
Hydo Park called on f. lends hero Tues
day. Harold Codding ot Johnson was nt
W. W. Richards' Sundny. Mrs. Kmogetie
bus also been homo for a visit, has re
turned to resume his business.
Mr. and Mrs. Hutler. who have been
with their daughter and husband, the Rev.
mid Mrs. R. II. Monro, alneo tho first of
last week, returned Monday to Lyndon
ville. Mrs. Forest Hlos.-om and daughter
wero hero from Bethel Monday on a busi
ness trip. Mrs. Blaneho Martin of Salem,
Mass., came Monday from Rochester,
whero she ban beon with relatives, to
pass a few days with her nleco Mrs. W. O.
Ilodgklns. Mrs. Osmond Crenser and two
sons and Miss Fnima Blakoly, her sister,
who have been horn from Newport itnce
tho middle of last. week, left Monday
morning for their home. Miss lllslo Trctlo,
a visitor at tho some home, also left lo
rcsiiino her .studies In Indiana, where oho
Is taking a course In college. Frank
Hutchinson and sister, Helen Hutchinson,
of Bristol, Conn., nre ho.o with their
.lavs. Mlt-s Marguerite Thomas after a
Adams has returned homo from .Inhnimn, f,.w ,fays .,.,, vi-ILli her parents, Mr. and
wheto she. has been several weeks. It Is Mrs, F. II. Thomas, left Monday for Tren-
Gay, have returned to their home. Miss
Dorothy .Mils of Boston was with her
parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. 11. Allls over
tho holidays. Mrs. Fannie Blxby of
Newark, N. J., visited her mother, Mrs.
1. C. Aldcn, at A. J. Curtis' last week.
Miss Beatrice Pinny Is In St. Albans
visiting relatives this week. Mm. B. C.
Sheldon went Monday to Sheffield, where
Mr. Sheldon's mother Is very 111. Miss
Lillian Rye ranie Thursday from New
Haven, Conn., where sh" 1ms a position
In the American Kxpress ofllco nnd visit
ed her parcnta till Sunday.
Miss tillzaliotli Holden of Randolph
Is tho guest of Jlrs. A. C. Wells for a
fow tlays. Aaron A. Storrs, aged 75,
died last Saturday and burial was
Inado In the family lot hero Tuesday.
His grandfather was ono of the early
men ot the town. Ho was born on what
has always beon known lift the Storr'M
much desired that a good number will
attend Sunday school at tho Corners next
Sunday, January A graded Sunday
school Is being organized and a good at
tendance each Sunday will make II much
more Interesting for the teachers as well
nu members ot the different, classes.
L. W. Hinds was In Hyde Park Monday.
V. C. Palmer spent Chilstmn.- at bis
homo In Ferrisburg. A. A. Twlss, of Bur
lington, spent Thursday with .Mr. and Jlrs.
C. W. Labounty. John JIiCulii and fam-
Brackett Plko of Stowo, where she .llj'' of nakcmfleld, visited at W. S. Payne's
passed her early life. Sho was a cousin
of Jlrs. Lydla Sargent nnd of the fate
P. D. Pike of .Vlowo. She leaves two
Jlr. and Jlrs. I. L. Bailey and daugh
ter of Iiast Fairfield spent Christmas
with their daughter. Jtrs. Charles Whit
ing. Homer W. Peck has been appointed
census enumerator for Ibis town and will
picture entertainment and dance at th jcomnti-nce bis duties on January -'.-Mr,
k. ley Memorial building Tuesday Dee.
for the benefit of a fund to provide
a flag lo be presented to the Donald Jl.
JIc.Malion Post, American Legion. Theru
was a full house at the pictures. The
ladici. of the pot served supper and
Ch.ose A: Shaekett's orchestra furnished
music for dancing, I1) couples being in at
tendance. Jlrs. A. R. Straw was chair
man of the committee In charge, Jlrs,
and Jlrs. Lloyd Peatl spent Christmas
with his mother, Jlrs. Haltlc Pearl, here,
leturnlng to Burlington Friday. His many
friends here will be pleased to lenrn that
be has been promoted to assistant super
intendent in the Vermont Chocolate com
pany. Jlr. and .Mrs. Jlelvin Jlorae of
llardwlck visited Jlrs. Jlorsc's. father,
Orrln Foster, Wednesday. Jlrs. J. K.
Fuller and son, Robert, visited in Haul
Minervt Tinl'ni served as chairman of."', inursnuy. irs. t.ati.e t-cart ten
the supper committee and Jlrs. Helen
for Xownort Saturdav morninrr. Mrs. Jlne.
Ituss of the music committee. There wan
a pretty wedding at the home of Jlr. and
Jlrs. L. S. Peterson at Stowo Forks on
Christmas eve when their daughter,
KMru. JIartha Peterson, was married to
ICarl Victor Jlagoon. The rooms were
deeointcd with evergreens nnd red. The
ceremony took place under a large Christ
mas bell and was conducted by the Rev.
W. T. Best of Morrlsville. There were
about "0 friends present, nmong them
being Jliss JIarblo of Waterbury. Airs.
Peterson t-erved cake and ice cream. The
bride tecelved a Ian number of gifts.
Including articles of silver, cut glass
and linen and a sum of money. Jlr.
Jlagoon is a sou of Jlr. and Jlrs. Bradley
I". Jlagotm and Is employed at II. K.
Shaw's lumbering industry nt Stowo
Forks. Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Jlagoon will make
lheir home with Jlr. and Jlrs. Peterson
for the picsent.
Jlrs. Wealtha T. (Hatch) Churchill died
nt the home of her daughter and husband,
Jlr. and Jlrs. J. C. Benson, at four o'clock
Tuesday morning, December "0, aged 7S
years and eight months. Jlrs. Churchill
rias been ill ami confined to her bed the
most of tlm time slne January. She was
taken worse on Christinas day and lias
been n gieat sufferer since then. She was
born in ICImoie and passed her lifo in
that town until coining to live with her
daughter eleven years ago. She was the
widow of Henry 11. Churchill, who died
In November, 1!01. She Is survived by one
son, Arthur L. Churchill of Washington,
Vt . and four daughters. Jlrs. Kugene
C.lybson of U.irre, Jlrf. II. 10. Cutler of
Keeiie, N II., Jlrs. J. C. Benson of Stowe
mid Jlrs Fred Kllsworth of Morrlstown,
and one sister, Jlrs. Ellen Churchill of
Stowe. One son, Fred 13. Churchill, died
31 years, ago, Mrs. Churchill was much
steoined by all who know her and leaves
many friends and relatives to mourn her
loss. The funeral will bo held at the Ben
ton homo at noon to-day. The ladles
of the II. If, Smith, Woman's Relief Corps,
will servo the annual dinner to the post
Saturday. At the meeting of the corps fol
lowing the dinner the officers for l!tt will
be Installed. Tho post will also hold a
regular meeting with installation of of
ficers Saturday afternoon. Miss Dorothy
Willey of Greensboro Is visiting Jliss
Mildred Patterson. Orlo K. .lunney of the
University of Vet moot has begun the
work of taking the census in the village
corporation and will also have the tern
' tory on the eastern side of the Water
bury river and the North Branch. IClton
P., Forbes, has been appointed enumerator
for the western side of tho river and
branch instead of Ray Smalley, who has
resigned his appointment for tho work.
Mrs. Goorge Jl. Towno bad a shock Sun
Jay evening, the right side being paralyzed.
The attack was similar to one which Mrs.
Towno suffered several years ago from
which sho has never fully recovered.
13. S. Cobb and Willis JL Douglass of
.letfotsonvlllo were visitors In Stowe
Saturday and Sunday.
.Mrs. Presson R. Gale, 1-3. B. Gale and
Jlrs. Polly Clino and little daughter
Ruth, who returned to Stowe from Cleve
land, Ohio, with the body ot Jlr. Galo
wero accompanied by Rufus H. Galo of
Cleveland and Jlr. and Jlrs. Hlroy S.
Billings nnd three sons of St. Louis. Jlr
Galo, who died In Cleveland Saturday
morning had been confined to his bod
only two days, the cause of his death
being hardening of the arteries and
bronchitis. The funeral will be held nt
the Gale home oj. AVest B.aneh at ono
Vcloek Thursday afternoon, Jlrs. Galo Is
III with bronchitis and asthma. Jlrs.
' l'3ugenu Glyssnn of Harto and Jlrs. H. 1-3,
cutler and daughter of Keene, N. H.
wero called hero by tho illness of their
mother. Jlrs, Wealtha Churchill, who died
tally Tuesday morning nt ho homo of
Jlr. and Jlrs. J, C. Benson. C. A. Riley
rf Wateibury Is eonllned to his homo In
Stowo this week by an Illness with ton
Mllltls. Jlr, and Jlrs. Horace L. Tucket
Of Chlcopeo Fulls, .Mass., whu have visited
Mrs. Tucker's grandparents, Jlr, and Jlrs,
N, Adams, In Stowe, weio guests o
Jlr. and JltH. H, B, Failure. Sunday, Jlrs.
Tucker was formerly Jliss Vena Kulset
of Stowe, Jlrs, A, D. Lang of Stowe
Hollow, who lias been an Invalid for
many mouths, wan tho grateful recipient
vif a lovely sunshine box and other gifts
fioni neighbors and friends at Christinas
time. The condition of Jlrs. Lang rcmulns
Parker of Burlington visited her daugh
ter, Jlrs. Chancery JtcCuln. here Thurs
day. Kail Fuller of Portsmouth, X. II. ,
Is visiting at Corncalus Loncrgan's.
Jlr. and Jlrs. Ralph Hebb of Bartlett,
X. II., visited his mother hero Friday.
.Mr. and Jlrs. Lnret Frasier ot Hartford,
Conn,, aro visiting her parents, Jlr. and
Mrs. Thomas Jacobs. Leonard Pearl left
Saturday for Kxeter, X. It., whete he is
Oscar Gray has pneumonia. Charles
Allchurch spent Sunday with his father-in-law.
John Laraway. Jlrs. 13. II.
Sherwin has gono to JIanchester, N. H
to visit her sister. F. W. Leslie has
opened a second hand store In the old
Hunt store on Railroad slrcet and will
also do shoe repairing nnd hnruess
tnaklng. At a sfwclal mooting of
Waterman lodge, A. F. & A. Jl. Friday,
U. B. Holmes nnd Allen iHotchor re
ceived the third degree After spending
Christmas In Boston and vicinity. Jlr.
and Jlrs. John S. Jlootc havo returned.
Jlondny morning, It was IS degrees
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Keclcr visited In bcr of friends. Tho Brandon orchestra fur
South Albany Christmas day. "Aunt nlshed music and light refrcshmenta vere
Lucy" Kllbourno, ono of tho oldest rest- nerved. The Sunday school of St. Thomas'
dents of tho town, was Iho recipient of Kplscopal Church enjoyed a. Christmas
many pracllcat tind useful gifts Christ- tree at tho rectory Saturday afternoon,
mao and also a gift of money. The Refreshments wero served. Miss Jtao
academy Btudcnts sent her packages for Dlkcnnm and Jliss Clara Sltovan uro
New Year's. Tho Christmas cantata, spending n week nt the hitter's homo In
entitled "Around tho JIangcr," given by Kllzabethtown, N. Y, Out of a herd of:
tho Congregational Sunday school Christ- .to cattlo tested last week belonging to
mas eve, was well attended and a hand- Geotge Leonard 23 voro found to bo dla
somo Christmas tree waa laden with gift cased nnd were condemned. Don Chase,
for old and young. Jlr. and Jlrfl. B. A, Who ,a uro eonllned by lllnets for sev
Dutlon entertained a party of 18 for crai days, Ih nblo to bo out ugaln.-W. T.
ChrlstmasI dinner and Robert Paterson Collins, who has been III for several dayrt
had hi.) usuat family gathering on Christ- wllh tho grip, Is Improving slowly
msa day.-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Root spent At a meting of Silver Lako Lodge,
Christmas day with Jlrs. Root's parents. Knights of Pythias, Tuesday evening,
Mr. and Jlrs. A. B. Fairbanks, of Greens- the following officers wero elected:
boro.-Tho Rov. M. O. Smith ot Jlnntreal c. C, C. I. Jlarah; V. C, C. A. Juno J
nnd son, Frederick, nro visiting the Rev. 1 prelate, S. C. French: Jl. of W., O. A.
and Jlrs. C. H. Rowley.-Prof. .loan col- Jfyatt; K. of R. and S. B., O. Hush;
burn of the Kdmunda high school, Bur- Jt, r,f v., C. .1. Howe: Jl. of Uxehu(uor,
llngton, baa been spending a fow daya A, W. Hendry: M. at A., T. A. Dontoni
among friends hero.-JIrs. John Dutton Is.!. c- ci. W. Flagg; O. O., A. 13. Blod
vlsltlng her slater In Whitman, JIa,s.-1 gctt; trustee for threo years, Jl. .f.
The Searchlight club met with C. J. I Craves. Following tho oleetlon of of
Prtcrton Jtonday. At tho church servleo , fleers tho rank of knight was eon
Christmoa morning, Iho Rov. Kdwln P.. forred on a clusn of candidates In long
Gordon of Greensboro and Iho Rev. Jt. O. form, after which refreshments wero
Smith of Montreal participated by brief Isorvcd. C. R. Benn died at his homo
remarks appropriate to tho day. MIhu In Salisbury Tuesday evening. Ho hatl
Jlary Root read a selection from "Tho i been 111 but a short time. Tho remalnM
Other Wise Man" and with words of will be brought here and taken to
greeting by the pastor and singing of .New York city for burial. William C.
George F. Daley and Jliss Jtanctte Sin
clair were married Christmas eve by tho
Rev. Jlr. Jlereer at the Congregational
parsonage. Frank Jllhlll and Alberta
Connor were married Wednesday evening,
December 24. The L. C. A. basketball
team returned Christmas morning from
a trip to Newport and Derby. At both of
these places they were victors in basket
ball games with the school., at that place.
The funeral of Fred Bohannon, who
died December 2J of tetanus, took
place Friday afternoon trom his late
home. Ilo was "G yeais old and leaves
wife and four children. He bad been in
the employ of Senator J'age the past live
Jliss Kathcrine Colo spent last weel:
with friends at Lyndonvllle and St.
lohnsbury. The Jllsnes Slema nnd Doro
thy Strong returned Wednesday from a
visit at Woodsvlllc, N. 11. School begins
noxt Jlonday. The L. C. A. basketball i
team plays nt Jlorrlavlllo this evening.
The Jlisses Adelaide and Annie Badger
of Danville spent New Year's at home.
R. S. Page Is visiting his father at
Washington. Harry Broadwcll and chil
dren of Barre were visitors at his father's
homo a part of last weok, Homer Lan-
pher has been appointed purchasing
agent for tho Town Farmers' club and
Professor Crosby captain of tho Boys'
and Girls' club. Jturray Noble has been
spending a few days with his sister nt
Burlington. Tlm New Year'H bull, given
by the local American League, had a
good attendance. Jlrs. 13. A. Wedge nnd
son, Clarence, attended the funeral ot
Jlrs. Harrington at Burlington last Sun
day, A. N. Dutton of Derby is visiting
his daughter, Jlrs. LaraTTec. The town
safe lias been moved to it& now quarters
lu the town clerk's office.
The Jtlssea Hlldred and Jllldted Leach
of St. Albans have been visiting their
sister, Jlrs. Clayton Rugg. K. M. Thomas
bus been assisting in Tooles' barber shop,
while Jlr. Bullls wns at his homo In
Plattsburgh over Christmas. JIIsh Jlont
last week. Harry Clark, of the navy. Is
spending a fow days with his parents, Mr.
nnd Jlrs. Morrill Clark.-Jlrs. K. C. Wells
Is spending tho week In Springfield, Jtass.,
witli her sonf, Carlylo and Charles. Jlrs.
Sarah Brush and son, Warner, have re
turned to Boston after spending several
months at their home here JIlsj Dorothy
Gates, who has been visiting her father,
H. S. Gates, has gone to Bristol to spend
the winter. Jlrs. Haltlc Oti and daugh
ter, Annie, havo been tho guests of rela
tives in town the past week. Tho JIHses
Dorothy Leavens nnd Kdltli Start returned
to Montpeller Seminary Jtonday. Jlr. and
.Mrs. W. Jt. Smith were at the Fanny
Allen hospital Saturday to vis
it Jliss Winnie Storey. .Mr. and
Mrs. D. J. Stevens and Jlrs.
Stevens's son. Jack Kcndrlek, visited at
A. D. Cutting's Sunday. Jlr. Kcndrlek
returned Christmas from overseas, whero
ho has been for three years. Jlrs. A. D.
Cutting and duughter, Adeline, were vis
itors In Burlington Jlonday. Mr. and Jtrs.
Kugone Blancbard spent Christmns with
their sons In Burlington. Jlr. and Jtrs.
Leon Ellsworth have returned to Rutland.
The Christmas exercises ai the hull
Wednesday, Dee. 11 wero attended by a
largo crowd. Tho inalo quartet composed
of Kdwln Thomas, Nland Stebblns,
Henry Smllle and Homer Stearns was
pleasing, also the songs "I've Been
Goocf by llttlo Genevieve and Owen
dolln Jlann and "Hang Up Your Stock
ing" by little Wllma Chychester and
Thelm.a Grimn. JIIfs Jlary Prior of Wil
llslon Is visiting her sister, Jlrs. Harold
Beard. Jlr. and Jlrs. John Silver and
daughter of Greensboro nre guests ot
Mrs. Silver's parents, Jlr. and .Mrs. L.
B. Tlllotson, A. L. Laraway was in
Butllngton on business Saturday. Dan
iel Bennett wns lu Jlorrisvillc on business
Jlr. and Jlrs. Jlortou Thomas of
Sherbrooke, P. Q., are spending the holi
days with J. O. Thomas. Jliss Kvelyn
Thomas is at home for the holidays.
The special revival meetings that have
beon held at tho church closed Sunday
evening, The Rev. Phillips has returned
to his home in Scbasco, Jlaine. Jliss
Beaulah Cuntpboll of Plattsburgh. N. Y.,
spent Christmas with her parents at
tho corners. Jlnrcello Potter and Regi
nald Davis have returned to their school
in Bnkerstleld. Tho fall term of school
closed the Wednesday" beforo Christmas
and the teacher, Jliss Article Potter, is
attending the business college at Bur
lington. Chundos Alczotcll Is slowly Im
proving from his long illness. Gnt duet
Bennett spent Christmas with his brother
in Sutton. Jlrs. Harriet Humphrey and
sister, Jliss Hazel Potter spent tho past
week nt tho home of their parents. Jlr.
and Jlrs. Henry Potter.
Jliss Anglo Pike, who enmo from North
field three weeks ago to pass a pait of
tho winter at tho liomu of the Jlisses 131
lon and Kmeroy Jlatthews, apparently
in her usual health, was found dead Fri
day morning. Thursday night, the
ladlor, with whom sho boarded, went to
the church to attend tho Christmas ex
ercises, nnd on their return found all was
quiet and supposed her resting In tho
room olf the living room. Friday
morning, not hearing from her, they went
in and found her dond, partly reclining
on tho bed with her clothes on. Jlrs.
Nathaniel King of Northflold, her sister,
was summoned. Jliss Pike had spent a
on, N. II., where she Is passing tho tlmo
at present with friends.--Miss Lola Rich
mond nt Chicago, who was with Dr. and
Jlrs. F. A. Baton over Christmas, left
Saturday for her home. JHhs Jl.iu Ladue,
who ban been with her parents Jlr. and
JIis. Joseph Ladue for Christmas, left
Jlonday for Tunl.ridgo to rcsumo her
tcachlng.Mr. and .Mrs. Ladiiu expect 1o
go this week lo St. Albany to visit their
son nnd his wlfo, Jlr. and .Mrs. Fred
Ladue. Tho firemen's ball will be held
January at tho Salisbury warehouse,
with Gllaon's orchestra of Bethel and also
Gllbertson's orchestia to furnish music.
This being a public benellt it alwaya
draws u large ciowd. .Mrs, James Lang
ley, after a week heie with her parents,
Jlr. and Jlrs. Carroll Granger, left Jlon
day for her home In JIanchester N, H.
The temperature took a. sudden drop Sun
day night nnd Jlonday morning tho
thermometer registered 10 degroen below
zero in many places. JItss Blaneho
Sbepard of Philadelphia was In town Sat
urday to visit her mother at the sani
.Mrs. H. Jl. tllbbnrd left Wednesday for
Smith Royolton In visit her slater, Jlrs.
Karl Hlhbard.-JIr. and Jlrs. C. J. Stock
well wont to Rochester Wednesday to
visit Jlr. Stockweil's mother, Jlrs. Kmlly
Storkwcll. Jlrs. B. 13. JInxham wns in
Bethel Wednesday nil a short visit with
her aunt. Jliss Mildred Spooner. a nurse,
In training at the Hen ton hospital, Jlont
ixiller, came Wednesday to pass the hol
iday with her parents, Mr. and Jtrs. I).
C. Spooner. A son was born Tuesday
night to Jlr. nnd .Mrs. Roy Oilman, liv
ing near tho Center. Mrs. Alice Plump-
tnn of Bralntreo went to New York
Wednesday to pass some time with hor
daughter. Jliss Kllctt Blossom, a teacher
In Watcrtown. Jlass., Is passing her va
cation with her inotiier, JtrH. George
Hatch. Both went to Bethel Wednesday
for a short vlFit. This evening there Is
to bo an open-air dance on tho Jl. P.
Jlorse skating rink, with a fivo piece or
chestra In attendance. This Is the first
entertainment of the kind ever given In
this town. Jlrs. Bva Greene Kimball of
Lawrence, Jlass.. who has been with her
pnrontH, for several days, returned to
resume her work there Wednesday.
Many attractions were on the night be
foro tho Near Year, among which was a
supper at the G. A. R. hall given by the
ladles of the Relief Corps, to which they
invited some guests. Jliss Blanche
Shcpard. nfter visiting her mother sev
eral times nt the sanitarium leaves to
day for Philadelphia, whero she has a
fine position as secretary in an office
of tho Home Jllsslons of the Jlethodlst
Bplscop.il denomination. A union service
was held at tho .Methodist Church AVed-
nesday night beginning at 10 o'clock.
A bpcclnl meeting of Bculah Chapter, O.
):. S., wns held Wednesday evening for
tho Initiation of Jliss Frances Hcb.ard
a teacher, who is here on her vacation.
Tho union church service was held at
the Jlethodlst Church Wednesday eve
nlng. with a good attendance. The meet
ing was in charge of tho Rev. R. H
Jloore, pastor of the Jlethodlst Church,
and proved Interesting and helpful. The
opening service was made up of hymns
by the choir and there were solos by
Jliss Blanche Sparhawk, Jliss Spauldlng
and Jll.as Lucllu Grant, all of which proved
interesting. Jlr. Jlooro called upon the
Rev. F. S. Tolman und the Rov. Frnser
Jletzgcr to give tho remarks. At 11:1
the audience was all Invited to the ves
try. where a lunch was served to tho
entire company A half hour luter they
again entered the auditorium and hymns
i wero sung until tho old year passed away
i which was announced by tho ringing of
i the bell, after which Jlrs. Howard Smith
, its gave a solo. Jlr. Jlooro then asked
tho Rev. W. S. Smitliers to offer the
consecration prayer und tho meeting was
eloped by the benediction. At the G, A
R. ball a largo company had supper at
six o'clock, after which there was
program mucin up of singing, recitations
nnd a tree. The company at this place
did not leave until nearly the midnight
hour. At the Jfusonlc hall the officers of
Bculah Chapter Initiated ono candidate
followed by refreshments. B. S. Whit
comb enmo from Bellows Falls Wednes
day to f.eo his parents, Jlr. and Jlrs
S. S. Whltcomb. Jlr Whitcomb seems
to be Improving ai present nnd hopes
of his recovery aro entertained. Mr
Whltcomb, tho son, returned Thursday.
Tho L. W. Webster conization ha
Christmas hymns, the hour proved to be
helpful and Inspiring. Tho atockholders
of tho JIII1 Vlllago Creamery association
held a business meeting with W. A.
Dustan December SO, when all the alfnlrs
of tho company were settled und disposed
of. A game of basketball was played
Tuesday evening between the academy
first team and alumni. The scorn wns 23
to 13 In favor of the alumni. The week
of prayer will be observed nt the Con
gregational Church beginning with Sun
day, January 4, and the people are In
vited to attend nil services throughout
tbe week. The members iinrl friends of
farm, and lived there till within a fow I ,,,,, churci, oro fl(?nn reminded of the
years, when be moved to l;ai.t iietnei
to manage a creamery. Philip Waldo i
of Lebanon, N. H.. of tho class of 191.1,
V, S. A., vlsll.il his friends here last
week Friday. .Miss Dorothy Dow of
Bast Randolph and Harry Dugan of
fjucbeo were week-end visitors at C.
I. Boydcn. Prof, and Jlrs. George
.Meigs and daughter spent Christmas
in Burlington with her parents. N. L.
ud C. I. Hoyden's herd of u3 registered
Jerseys were given the federal govern
ment's tuberculin test hiBt week and
was found clear of discos. At tho
Congregational Church Wednesday eve-
ing, Dec. 21 there waa a Christmas party
nlng there wns a Christmas party
specially for the young people. An In
teresting program with lantern slides
pproprlHto for Christmas, aftor which
refreshments wero served. Next week
AVednesday, January 7, Grand Master
Orlando Jlartlu will Install tho officers
t Hlllcrest Grange
nnfwl .tanl rif hor time In Ibis TttflCe in
different places, having taken enro of tho ! completed tho building, which Is to be.
Into Jlrs. Jlary Jlann and also of tho lata ",Bt" """nuiaciu.w ... ,.,u..,0
Jlrs. Kmlly Burroughs,
Jlr. nnd Jlrs. Wnltor Flsk ot Spring
field, who havo been lu town for a few ,
Kim umik -li 1 1 no snop is ot wood nnu cenieui con
i-truction, 21 uy ;'.a feet, one srory nign
and huu a cement floor. Harry C,
Aseltlno of Roxbury and Jliss
days with Jlr. and .Mrs. Frank KIIIch 'i r.u.n uianuiuiiu, uuuKinf. u. ... v
n,i w .-..intlvnv. left Saturdav morn. Blaiicl.anl. or West BroOKUClil, wet
,, , ..,, , i.-.,i.n..i., i.--i,i.. I i,,,. ,,. ,h,.i.. i,. n,,,i Mr si v uiiitcu in marriage ciinsim.is at in-
K. Jl. nnd 7.ena Kneelnnd havo begun
harvesting Ice which Is of excellent
quality and about a font thick. Seven
pairs of heavy work horses drew a huge
boiler Friday from Johnson to tho G. D.
Grlswold saw mill hero. Thore. wns a
family gathering at C. N, Styglea In
Jericho Christmas nnd relatives from this
place attended. Jlrs. Toolea and son,
Bdgnr are to start soon for Jacksonville,
Florida, to spend tho remainder of the
winter, The monthly meeting of tho
Jclfcrsonvlllc Cemetery association will
bo held January 6 with Jlrs, Ktslo C,
Smith, Percy Jllnor of Fairfax has ic
eovercd from tho mumps and i ('turned to
his work cleiklng for Hawley Brothers.
JHsa Catherine Smalley returned from
Stowe Friday accompanied by her brother.
Clifton Powell, who hua been 111
with acute Indigestion, Is better. Jlr.
and Mra. Hurry Flood of Fairfax wero
with their parenta hero Sunday. Cor
nell Riley of Stowe was a vlaltor In
this place Friday. Mrs. Lynn Tracy
Howard went to Stockbrldgo Saturday, neiuan parsonage. tn0 i.oi
.,ll.l I... tin. u.-.rlfillM Illness nf .Mrs. .Mcizger oiucia l.l.g, .MISS
Howard's brother, Jlr. Rund.-.MIsa Thompson of Montpeller, who has liven
Blaneho Sbepard, who Is passing tho boll-iwlth her grandparents, Jlr. and Jlrs. A
days at Bethel, was In town Saturday -- rosier mis weei; lett lor uer mn.m
f.-, n ohnri liiv before return nir lo Phil- j .'louipeucr I IIUI siiny, A iiaiiK.iiui
mlelnhla. Jlr. and Jlr.s. Hairy Morton. ' lorenco ( oirinne, wan Horn nuuuny t
..f,.... 1 .i...rn rlfii-H' Hlnv In nu-n U'ltll e.T. n.lU .'Ue. .VI.IC.I l.V.U.a Ul " ';o.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Jf. Hubbflrd and .Mrs. Somerville, Jlnss. The mother was Jlls;
ti n Mnrtnn left Katuriluv for Hvcbi Florence Smith, youngest daughter of
Park, Jlass.-JIIss Florenco Nclll, si prl- Fred Smith of this plncc.-JIrs. Robert
vato nurse lu Spilngfleld, who has been .Muyn ami uiinni navo gone ncr ..e
with her parents, Jlr. and Mrs. 13. 13, 'l Northlleld after passing several weeks
Nclll. for a few days, left Saturday for here with Jlrs. Nettle RIs. Jliss Nan
South Royalton to visit her sister. Jlrs. ' Hatch, who has been qullo III, Is better
Jc-lyn. Jlrs. Harold Tatro of Franklin, and is able to be. about Iho house. Miss
N. 11.. a holiday visitor with her par-iGlady.s Flint of BoMon hus been with
ents, Jlr. and Jlrs. B. C. Spooner, left ,lier father, P.. 13, Flint, for tho holidays.
Saturday for her home, her husbnnd 'William Langdon nf Camp Humphrey,
Jlrs. Luther of Colllnsville died at the
Mary Fletcher hospital Thursday night.
Tho remains were brought homo Satur
day, the funeral was held at hor home
Sundny afternoon. Interment waa mado
ii the Branch cemetery. Mrs. Lola
Allen and daughter, Bernlce. from Hard-
wick are spending ITio holidays with
friends in this town. Hardy Merrill Is
spending the holldnys In town. B. W.
Hardy Is making a business trip to
Canada. Jlrs. Mnrcla Simpson and Jlrs.
Wlnslow were guests In Hardwlck
Christmas. Clarence Emery Is homo
from St. Johnsbury for the holiday
recess. Tho Methodist Kplscopal Sun
day school was rc-organized Sunday and
Hollls Lothe was chosen superintendent,
Foster Tlllotson secretary and treasurer.
Raymond Bmcry accompanied by a
friend corns Saturday from Springfield.
Jlass., to spend the holiday vacation
with his parents, Jlr .and Jlrs. Harry
Kmery. Harvey Bishop from Lowell,
Jlnss., Is spending tho holiday vacation
with Tils uncles, Kbin and Albert Bishop
of this village
Jlrs. Cora Wylle will act as
Jlinuto Woman" for the Jlethodlst
Church Sunday morning. Christmas
exercises wero given AVednesday, Dec.
24 by tho children of tho Sunday
school. Jluch credit Is due tho com
mittee for the excellent program.
A. N. Utton is visiting his daughter in
Hyde Purk. Ruth Adams of Newport is
visiting hor grandmother, Jlra. Jl. A.
Adams. O. AV. Abbott 1s more comfor
table at tho present writing. His son,
Harold, and wtfo havo returned to Dor
chester, Jlass. Fred Duval of Orovcton,
N. 11., has been visiting relatives in town.
Percy Kelley, Percy Fellows, Alden
Hay and Ruth Moulton aro at homo from
Jllddlebury College for tho holidays.
Bvarts Kidder Is at homo from Grove
ton, N. H for Christmas.-JIrs. AAllbur
Jlorse and children Havo returned from
St. Johnsbury. Miss Hubbard, who has
been a teacher In Derby Academy, for
nine years, has resigned her position
and gono to her homo in Connecticut.
Sho will bo missed by students and
friends. Jtlss Jllldred Hay and friend
Jliss Lothrop aro at Jliss Hay's home
The Rev. AV. G. Remele is spending a
week in AA'ashington, D. C Jliss
Dorothy Savage has returned from visit
ing relatives In New York. Owing to
tho ubsenco of the pastor, no service
waa held In tho Congregational Church.
Sunday. Jlrs. Clara B. Jllllcr sout
specimens of sea grass and sea fan
from Jilami, Florida, for tho nature
room. Jlr. and Jlrs. H. C. Billings
entertained tho boy scouts at their homo
Saturday evening, Gcorgo Bragg, Mrs.
Vaun Drew and children of AVarren
spent Sunday with G. V. AVallis. The
surplus money from the funds ralsod
for tho community reception for tho ex
sot vice hoys has been paid Into the
treasury of the local American Legion
Jliss Nancy Farman went to Picrmont,
N. II., Saturday to stay a few weoks
with hor sister, Jlrs, AVilllam Brown.
Mr. and Jlrs. L. R. Sinclair spent Christ
mas with their daughter und husband,
Jlr. and Jlrs. Cavls Toof, of North
Troy. Jliss JIarlon Stephenson camo
annual roll-call and business meeting ot
tho society, to be held Saturday, January
3, at 11 o'clock. Dinner will be served
by the ladles. Jlemhera of the church
aro requested to answer to the roll-call
either In person or by written message.
Como und spend the day with us, Tho
communion service will be observed Sun
day, January 4.
Alpha Jackson Is cutting lumber for
Willis Lumsden. Jtrs. AVIIley of AVator
vlllo Is fcpendlng a few days at tho home
of her son, B. Jl. AVillcy. Jesrlo Wil
liams of Hlghgato Is spending a few
daya with Jlr. and Jlra. Joseph DoBrunc.
Jtrs. D. G. Splors la gninlng slowly.
Jlrs. .1. D. AVIlson is still In a very
critical condition as a result of tiro
fall alio had somo threo weeks ago. Dr.
Ross of St. Jobusbury was called In
council Friday evening witli Dr. Kinney
tho attending physician. Jlr. and Jlrs.
Sargent Dow (.pent Christmas with tholr
daughter. Mrs. Farrand, at Bast Hard
wlck. The community Christinas tree
and exercises at tho town ball AVednes
day Dec. 24 wero well attended and the
children taking part In the exercises
did well. Jlr. and Jlrs. Fred Root of
Craftsbury visited Jlrs. Root's parents,
Jlr. and Mrs. A. B. Fairbanks. Schools
in town will re-bpen January ". Hay
Hall hns beon engaged to tako tho place
of Jflss JIargaret Gallagher, resigned.
Carroll Ayer was home from Morrlsville
Christmas. Floyd Jlagoon has been
homo from St. Johnsbury for a short
holiday visit. George Torter lias been
appointed census enumerator for this
The supper for tho Sunday school
pupils was a very pleasant gathering.
Twenty-six from tho primary classes
wero present. It waa also the occasion
of making small gifts of money and sil
ver to the pastor, the Rev. A". G. Jlac
Farlane, nnd his motlier, Jlrs. AV. H.
JIacFarlnne. Thnt evening a purso of
over 120 was given Mrs. Dora Hendrlx
from tho town's people. At five o'clock
Christmas afternoon, a very pretty home
wedding occurred at tho homo of post
master and Jlrs. H. D. Jllllcr, when
their younger daughter, Klla Grace, was
married to Albert Watklns Kastman, a
graduate of Barton high school last
June. The Rev. V. G. JtacFarlane. per
formed tho ceremony nnd remained to
tho six o'clock dinner. The bride was at
tired In a traveling gown and only tho
parents of tho bride, her brother, the
parents of the groom and Judgo and Mrs.
AV. B. Gilpin, were present. Barly In
the evening, they left for three days
visit with relatives of the groom In North
Troy and Gkn Sutton, Can. December
Si, Jlr. Bastmari went to Bethany, Conn.,
where he has a position on a large stock
farm. If all goes well there, Jlrs. East
man will join him In a few weeks. Their
friends extend congratulations. Among
those In town for Christinas, not beforo
mentioned, arc: Jlr. and Jlrs. AVnlter
Currier of Bellows Falls at Joseph God
dard's: Jlr. and Jlrs. Harold Jlyors and
daughter of Orovcton, N. II., at Dayton
Hnrdtng's; James Traver of AVorcester,
Jlass., at Dudley Travcr's; Jliss Pearl
Densmoro of AVest Burko at AV. D. Bell's.
Thero wero many others In town whoso
names arts not obtained. The Hunt Mill
company are planning to Install an elec
tric light plant in the mill and also to
aupply AV. O. AVright's promises with
lights. Denit.. " low temperatures,
ere Is not sufficient snow for lumber
ing operations aim tin runners generally
. . ... ..... ... - . .i mi,. !,,. groom Is a
nie Foss, of Bast Albany, were united in
marriage at the Jlethodlit parsonage Fri
day afternoon nt 12:30 o'clock. They tool;
the Air Line south for a short trip. They
will make their home in Nashua, N. 11.
Caryl of Hubbardton and Mlas Myrtlo
H. Burt wore married at tho homo of
tho bride's parents, Jlr. and Mrs. Fred
Burt. In Sudbury Tuesday morning.
The Rev. Blmcr I. Nye of Hubbardton
performed the ceromonv. Thev tonic
tho flyer from Brandon Tuesday af
ternoon ror a wedding trip to Now
A'ork city. After tholr return they will
reside In Hubbardton. Both young peo
ple havo a host of friends in Brandon.
Thero will bn a basketball game,
this evening at tho high school gym
nasium between tho Brandon A. A. and
tho Jllddlebury College second team.
Tho gatno will ho nfcreed by B. T.
Tracey of Burlington, until this year
tho principal of tho high school here.
The Brandon line-up will be as fol
lowa: Center, Chase, Button, Clark and
AA'hltcoinb, all mumbcra of last year'a
fast high school team. Jliss Hazel
Kidder, an army nurse atatloned at
Fort Sheridan, 111., haw returned aftor
spending- a month's furlough hero with
her slater, Jllsa Dottlo Kidder. Rich
ard G. AVl.eldcn of Now York city is
spending Now Year's with his brother.
James H. AVhelden. .Martin Sanderson
hits leased tho tenement In tho Alden
house recently vacated by Arthur Brink
and will move his family here from
Rutland. Jlrs. It. Clinton Carpenter,
has been visiting at tho homo of C. M
Carpenter, went AVednesday to her
homo In Atlanta, Oa. Tho high polish
ed sidewalk In front of the Brandon
National Bank building on Park and
Contcr streets In being covered with a
slut walk which will be greatly ap
preciated by pedestrians. The slippery
condition of this walk baa caused sev
eral peoplo to fall. Jlr. and Jlrs. L.
T. Reed have relumed to New Lebanon,
N. Y., after spending several days hero
with Jlrs. Reed's sisters, the Jlibsea
Hazel nnd Dottle Kidder. AVilllam St.
John of AVnshlngton, D. C, a former
resident, Is spending a few daya hero.
Floyd Brown, Jlelvin Baker and Leslie
Bird left Friday for Daytona Beach, Flu.,
where they will pass tho winter. Jlr.
and Jlrs. Gordon Sessions, Fennlmoro
Sessions of Plttsfleld, Jlass., and Jlls3
JCylpha Sessions of Burlington spent
Christmas ut AVilllam Sessions Rudolph
and Jliss Iiouc Bulris of Jtoores, N. Y.,
wore recent guests of their father,
Philip Bulris. Jliss Inez Bernor of the
University of Vermont ut Burlington Is
passing the holidays at her home here
Mien Ann-, fnlltnu In n.m.lncr :i t tv-n
weeks' vacation with frlend3 In Boston.
Jlcrlo Brown has returned from th
Jfary Fletcher hospital, where ho had
an operation upon his throat.-John
Tabor of Swanton visited his slater, Jlra.
Philip Bulris, last week.
A telegram was received Tuisday
morning announcing the death of Den
nis daloy at Daytona, Fin., whero ho
nnd Jlrs. Daley were spending tho
winter. Death waa caused by his be
ing lilt by nn automobile, It iB prob
able that tho remains will ho brought
hero for burial. Word has been re
ceived that Thad Spooner, a former
resident, has received hla discharge
from tho army and Is with his mother.
....... -..r-,.1.1 , mi-k. v. C. Knooner. at hT home in
The annual meeting of the A'ermont
Bar association will take place January
fi in tho county court house in Jlont
poller. Jlr. and Jlrs. F. Jl. Corry have re
ceived word that Jlrs. Harry Lyman,
their daughter, is In a hospital In Fort
Smith, Kans., where she was operated
upon for appendicitis that suddenly de
veloped Wednesday December "I.
The engagement of some six of tin
"hello" girls in the Jlontpcller telephone
exchange has been made known among
the girls, according to the best Infor
mation brought forth as a result of
Christmas presentations, so that JIanager
John Gowdey is keeping his weather cyo
out to fill tho vacancies as they occur.
Tho session of United States district
court which was set for Saturday in
Jlontpcller did not occur, the 6esslon
having been cancelled by an order from
Jlrs. F. Jl. Corry has gone to Fort
Smith. Ark., to bo with Jlrs. Harry
Lyman, her daughter, who was operated
upon for appendicitis December 24 and
who Is making a nice recovery,
AVilfred G. Hubert and JHsa JIar
garet Reed Rlddell of Montpeller wero
married at seven o'clock Jlonday morn
ing by the Rev. P. J. Long at the St.
Jllcheal's convent chapel In the pres
ence of a fow friends. After tho core
'mony they left for a wedding trip. The
! t-r,o,n lu ii innnhliilHl In Mnntneller.
The bride la a native of Scotland.
James Davis of JIanchester Center has
commenced work in the State engineering
department. lie has been in charge of the
survey that Is being made of the 11 miles
of federal aid project work In the towns
of Danby, Jit. Tabor and Dorset and has
completed the work for this fall.
' Tho certificate that May Bdlth Whltlnr.
.who recently obtained a divorce In AA'ash
ington county, and Barl Castle of Barra
wero married in Hartford, Conn., No
vember 22, has been received by the city
clerk. Tho bride was a resident of Mont
peller. The groom Is a farmer in Barre
town. The city clerk has also received
the returned matrlage license showing
that AA'ard .Macey and Jlrs. Bella Forbes
were inairletl December 20 by tho Rev.
Joseph Lund of Montpeller.
Two suits have been brought against
tho DeLue & Co. of Montpeller, a now
corporation that hah commenced tho
manufacture of underwear In Jlontpcller
day for a short noiiuay recesa. Sho Is '" " ,, ',,,,HTbe Atistes and has since developed an Interest In
employed by tho Sovwninont.-lUlph vi-" other goods. They aro:
Jllllcr of AVestflold was the guest of Vio'V,?- a few dm tl. AI Klhel v'"- Tlx"'-' mpany, to recover $50o,
Kenneth Young Chriatmas.-OIln La- BToitlI UK " fu " i 0nernn and nd the Bconomlc Hall Rack company;
poant Is moving Into Krnest Blanchard'a Lonergaii. ,...i,e.l from while William Luthtop has brought suit
house, lately vacated by Jtrs. Rhodes.- iBUtf"Vknor oVnd1nB C hrlstm s wit l Windham county court against John
Jlrs. George Green of Troy camo Hatur- ll"110"' "orI"p5." ' u:m.'" ,L1 Crozier: also CI. AV. AVullis vs. Bert JL
. ..I rs. n uri ... wmm....i,. -
having precided bur to tako up his bind
liehH. JHss Jllldied Mnzzey of Stock-
bridge, who Is ut homo from Baypatli
A'n., Is the guest of jlrs. Clam Prince for
the holiday season, p. O. Dodgu baa
been eonllned to the house by a severe
Institute on n visit with her father, was cold for several duj a.-lrvlng Stewarl nnd
tho guest of Jlr. nnd Jlrs. J, J. Stliucls Kail Sheqiilnne had tonsils lemoved nt
last week, roturnlnir lo Stoekbriduo Sat-ltho hunttnrliim Ibis week. Mr. und Mrs.
Imrnn.l Imp foot . nnrldiixlv with tirnldlnir lurrtov.Mlfis Doris Allen went to Jlnnl- Lelund Rising were III town with tho . N. U. Williams. hlio na returned to
wntor lust week and line been under J peller Saturday for n few days with relu-1 formers father fur tho holidays. Mies lloston.-Jtr. and Jlrs. Leo AVIlllaras and
day to spend a few dnys with her sister.
Jlrs. A. I. Blake, who is 111. Tho follow
ing tnarrlnges took place In town Decem
ber 21: Miss JInud Lewis to Harry
Leach; Jliss Lena Lapler to Blmer
Lewis nnd Jliss Ponrl Richardson to Hur
ley Taylor. Jlr. and .Mrs. Floyd Jllllcr
of Newport Center were guosta last
week of Jlr. and Jlra. a. 13. Curtis.
Jll.s Jllldred Dutton, homo demonstra
tion agent for Orungo county, spent
Christmas with her parents, Jlr, and
Mrs. 13. A. Dutton, and returned to Chcl-i-oii
Tuesday, Jliss AVInlfred AVllllams,
who ia employed aa bookkeeper by the
Parker & Young Lumber Co., spent tho
week with her parents, Jlr. nnd Mrs.
tho class of 1010. Brandon high school, jounbon mm omerb.
hold a rounion at tho high school Mon- Mrs. Arthur covell oi a asmngion,
day evening and an enjoyable evening I- was In the city Tuesday. She camo
wits spent. 1'. -l. neon lert uiesuay ' .
for California, where he will spend Covell, her sister-in-law, who died Christ-
several months on business. .Alias Jlaud mas night. It appears that Jliss Covell.
--ii.,..... -ent Tuesdav to the Fanny who was almost SO years of ago ate
Allon hospital, where she will undergo Christmas dinner with the family, but
an operation. Carl Jtayhow has mov- during tho evening wns taken critically
from tho Alden house on Grove III with acute Indigestion, dying In about
street to a tenement In tho wnecior
block on Center street.
The employes of the Richmond Under
weur company of this place presented
tho manager, L. A. Cottle, with a hand
some wicker chair, and tho forelady,
Jliss Blunchnrd, with a beautiful hand
bag. The Jllstca Susan and Cora Talbot gave
an enjoyablo dancing party at the Bran
don Inn Friday evening to a large num.
three hours. Sho was a native of Berlin
and lived thero most of her life. The fu
neral occurred nt Northlleld Sunday.
Burial was In tho Berlin Coiners ceme-
II. W. Uuldcn und O, G. Baton or AValts
field wero in tho city AA'edncsday to
wutch the checker tournament. They
were uunblo to come hero Tuenlay to
start tho toumamont, so they did not
play AVednesday In the miitcb.