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Burlington, Vt., Jan. 2, 1920.
HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT
(Continued from page one.)
home of George K. Abbey Tuesday eve
ning at eight o'clock when'hls only daugh
ter, Anna R. Abbey, was united in mar
riage to George Robert Fletcher of Bur
lington. The ceremony was performed by
the Rev. George M. Moody of the Metho
dist Church of this villngp. Lawrence
Abbey, a brother of the bride, and Mrs
Lawrence Abbey, a sister-in-law of the.
bride, stood up with them. Only imme
diate members of the family were present.
Mrs. Fletcher has been for two years the
bookkeeper for Brodie & Nlles of Burling
ton. Mr. Fletcher is a sergeant In the
tor of work, II, L, Hunt; keeper of rec
ords and sonl, G. A. Beach! mantel of
finance, A. S, Haven! innster of ex
! chequer, A, W. Norton! muster at arms,
1 O, It. .Slack; trustee, for three years, W.
j V Bristol. Miss Mareelllno Lnshwny, a
leacncr in mo bciicviiic, in. m nign
school, Is passing the. Christmas vacation
with her mother, Mrs. Thomas Agan.
Donald LoHocitf of Clmzy, N. V,, Is vis
iting his aunt, Mrs, W. 11. Norton.
Charles Walters has returned to Wor
cester, Mnss, after- a visit to his mother,
Mrs. Mary Walters. Mr. nnd Mrs. Al
bert W. Palmer, who wero married at
Snntn Barbara, Calif., October 30 aro at
tho home of the groom'R parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Palmer. Mr. Palmer served
In tho tr, S. navy during thu world war,
and has boon stationed aboard tlio U.
S, S. Birmingham on wlilch he sailed
from Boston via the Panama canal for
San Diego last spring, Mrs. Palmer, be
fore her marriage was Miss Ora Floyd
of Santa Bnrbnra. Miss Lorotta llol
lHiid of Burlington is visiting Miss Ethel
Tull. Georgo Leboau, who has been with
thn "World Mirth" company, during
their tour through Now England, has re
turned to the home of Ills parents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Lcbeau. Miss Loulsn
Russott, who Is In training for a nurse,
at tho Fanny Allen hospital, Wlnooskl
Is spending thn holiday vacation with
her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. JiIIIuk ltussett.
Scrgoaut Harry C. Tabor, who went to
Franco with tho A. E. F. In September,
1917, has received his discharge and Is at
the homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. B. Tabor. .Sergeunt Tubor enlisted In
too First Vermont Regiment and later
was transferred to tho 101st Ammunition
Train attached to the 2Gth Division, and
saw service in all tho battles In which
that famous division participated. Clar
ence Smith of Bristol, Conn., Is visiting
his wife at tho home of her mother, Mrs
C. A. Itoff tingle.- Mr. nnd Mrs. George
Myovs, Jr., and Miss Ruth Holcomb, who
have been visiting relatives hero have re
turned to Bridgeport, Conn. Miss Mar
guerite Bnrtloy spent tho week-end with
relutlvcs In Burlington. Herbert Ladue
has returned to Newark, N. .1., after a
visit to his parents. Mr. un.l Mrs. Wil
liam Ladue Mrs. William Ladue nnd
two gr.'inddaiK-htms aro spending the hol
idays with Mi:. Ladue'H daughter, Mrs.
John Nolsso.m t Rutland.
11. C. Her-1 has returned from
Cohassct, Mas.-, where he spent Christ
mas at the homo of hl.f brother-in-law.
J Jr. Bert M. Bristol. Norton nnd Hayes,
who recently pui chased tho ice plant of
Arthur IV. Hawkins, have begun tho har
vesting of their year's supply of ice on
the river. The Ice ir. about 10 inches thick
and Is of good quality. Mrs. Frank Goss
of Rutland visited G. W. Ross Saturday.
Arthur Kagan haa roturnid to Wind
sor after a few days' visit to his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. F.dward Kagan,
Thn Sheffield Farms Company, Inc., has
about finished harvesting tho first crop
of Ice on Its pond near the milk plant.
F. M. Dana left Sunday on a business trip
to Boston. The Misses Catherine uarno
and Katherlne Ramsay, who have been
passing the vacation at their home heie,
have leturned to their studies at the Bur
llntrton Business College. Secretary H.
W. Day of the local branch of the Dalry,-
mcn's League has been nouuefl tnnt inn
league will allow a rebato of 15 cents per
cow in order that there may be money
in the treasury of the lpcal branch. Here
tofore all money has gono to the treasury
of the patent league. W. .1. Stone of New
York city is visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. George E. Stone.
Vergennes Lodge, New England Order
of Protection, will hold their annual meet
ing Friday evening at 7:30 in tho office
of C. T. S. Pierce. Every member is
urgently icquested to attend as besides
the election of officers Important busi
ness is to be brought before the meeting.
Services at St. Peter's Church will bo
held New Year's day at S:30 and 10:00
a. m. Mrs. Arthur C. Tabor has returned
to MIddlebury after a 10 days' visit at
the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Taber. .
Mlt-s Julia Carter, who Is attending the
New York State Library school at Albany,
N. V.. is spending the holiday vacation
with her mother, Mrs. Joseph Carter.
Mr. and Mrs. James Casey and daughter,
Catherine, of Bristol are visiting her
brother. Charles Jarvls. Miss Florence
Middlebrook left Monday for
Des Moines, Iowa, accompanied
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relatives and friends In town. Clareneo i day, Thn week of prayer will be oh
served and services will be held Tucson y
and Thursday evenings In tho Congrega
tional Church and on Wednesday nnd
Friday evenings In the Methodist Church.
Thn third of the entertainment courRo
will he given. Ill the town hall Monday
evening by "The Potters," Mrs. Marlha
Burton and Mrs. M. It. Hnlden, who have
spent the Chrlstinns holidays In town,
went Wednesday to their homes In Ver
gennes anil Burlington. Mrs. M. II. ICel
soy, who has been III, Is some Improved.
The annual meeting and dinner of the
Congregational Church was held In the
town hall Tuewday. A good number were
present. The annual meeting of Urn Con
gregational society will be held In thn
church Monday at one o'clock, at which
time thn ollleers will be elected. (!. R.
Bean died at his Into homo Tuesday and
the body was taken to thn home of rela
tives In Ohio Wednesday. Miss Doris
Whitney returns to her school In Massa
chusetts Saturday, and Rollln Whitney
goes to his school Mnntlny. Fred Johnson
of the A. Johnson company hns moved
his family from Pike, N. II., to Ibis
town. The annual meeting of the Lake
Dunmore Creamery company will be held
Tuesday at one o'clock at the homo of
C. A. Bump. .Mrs, Louise Cloyes Is spend
ing tho winter with her brother 111
Brooklyn, N. Y. In her absence the pub
lic library will bo In chargo of .Mrs.
M. II. Kelscy.
Fisher of Mnrrlsvlllo Is visiting his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Fisher.
Glenn .Fifleld of Potsdam, N. Y., has
been visiting his aunt and cousins, Mrs.
Kntn Flllcld, Mrs. Arthur Lebnr. and
Lola Flllcld, A son was born to Mr. nnd
Mrs. Perclval Cook Decejnhei 2S. Mrs.
William Hubbard of Rochester nnd her
daughter, Mabel, of Now York city visited
Mrs. L. M. Church tho first of thn week.
Mrs. Charles Stoddard was with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tlonry Manning,
Sr., for Christmas. Tho ftinoral of
Electa Lewis was held In thn church
Tuesday. Interment was In thn village
cemetery. Tho Rev. Thomas Crcscy olll-elated.
mice of tho carload of cows sold to them Bishop ban returned from New York city,
laRt spring stating that they weto giving where she spent somo tlme.-C. M. and
enure satisfaction, ran ot mom are nun ,uuy uio mm uicn imo i
V. S. army stationed at Fort Ethan '' her classmate, Miss M. Louise Hurley
Allen. Both are well known In that cltv
and have a host of friends who wish them
the best of success In their new life. Mr.
and Mrs. Fletcher will return to Burling
ton, where they Intend to make their
home. The Misses Evelyn and Kathryn
Kruya of Barre are In town to visit their
grandmother, Mrs. Napoleon LaPan,
Charles Westall, Sr., was S3 years of age
Wednesday, having boon born in London,
Knglatid, on the last day of 1S36. Mr.
Westall spent tho first half of his life
In London in the pursuit of his trade as
a Jeweler and the latter half has been
spent In MIddlebury In tho same line of
business. He is vigorous and alert up to
the .present time and spends much of his
time at work In his shop. John Shackett
of Grand Isle Is here for a round of New
Year's visits to relatives in MIddlebury,
Cornwall and Bridport,
News has been received of the death
In Rutland Tuesday of Robert T. Morse,
who, until five .or six years agoJ had
been a resident of MIddlebury for near
ly 30 years. He married a. Middlebury
girl, Miss tlora Clark, daughter of the
late Chaunccy L. Clark. The remains
will remain laid in a vault In Rutland
through the winter and brought here for
final Interment in tho spring. Mrs.
Charles Baker of Fiorenco Is here. E.
' H . Farnham of .Sudbury Is at the home
of William H. Stokes here suffering
fromi un attack of pnoumonla. Mr. and
' Mrs. ' Farnham were returning ,frorri
Morrlsvlllo after a visit there when ho
was taken sick on the train and stopped
over here. Mrs. Stokes and Mrs. Farn
ham of Sudbury Is at tho homo of Wil
liam II, Stokes here suffering from an
attack of pneumonia. Mr and Mrs. Farn
ham wero returning from Marrisvllle af
ter a visit there when he was taken sick
on the train nnd stopped over here. Mrs.
Stokes nnd Mrs. Farnham aro sister.
Wllllum II,, Wheeler, editor of tho Ver
gennes Enterprise, has roturned to that
cty after making a business visit in tills
town, Mr. nnd Mrs. Asa Cllngham nnd
sister, Miss Helen Goldlng, have returned
to White Plains, N. Y after several
, weeks In town, Miss Gertrude LaBrako
iff Fiorenco Is hero to visit Mr. and Mrs,
Archie LaBrako. Mrs, S, A. Islny is con
fined to her rooms at the Addison House
by Illness, Raymond C. Mudge, who has
been visiting for a week in East Wni
llngford at the home of his grnndpar
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Corwln Graves, has
returned to town. Mr. nnd Mrs. William
H, Tronibloy have icturned from I lard
wlch, where they were with relatives
for Severn I wpoks, and have decided to
ed to Rochester N, 11., after four weeks
IP town. -Mrs. F.mmn (.Mooro) Grundy,
wife of William Grnnd.v. died at her home
In Rrldport Tuesday evening about 12
, o'elod, She was 77 years and nine months
',1,1 nnrl In Mtirvlvcfl r,v her liusiianrl: onn
ore er'ti'iv hi iui iiiiii.i ,u i n i i' nut i.
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n wan n foimet v cm-known resident of
1 odgo, No "7, IClilghls of
V;el- if'iiun' 'veetl'ig F''l-
e ' n"d ' le ted f'irtT. a fol-
-a -el'or i"u' 'U'n'ler. '"p'l it
vi e i liniifi Tor, I I l'"rank M
ear I' 'ii rt Ua . mmi.
of North Ilartlnnd, to attend the inter
national convention of the students'
volunteer movement as delegates from
the Johnson Normal school. Fabian
Rivers, who has been visiting his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Napoleon Rivers, has re
turned to New York city and resumed his
duties with tho American Telephone &
Telegraph company. Miss Julia Riker has
closed her s-chool in Panton and Is at
the home of her sister, Mrs. V. W. Water
man. Benjamin Curler of East Boston
and Claude Allen, U. S. N stationed at
Newport, are spending a week at the home
of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs
Duane Allen, Miss Ruby Irwin, public
health nurse, has her office at the rest
room ot the Blxby Memorial Free library
which the trustees have generously
offered for her use. A telephone has been
Installed, ring 41 and her hours are 1:30 to
tluee o'clock p. m. Emergency calls should
be sent to the Norton House, where Miss
Irwin teslde.s. People desiring the services
of the nurse are expected to comply with
her hours of duty, 8:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. in.
on week days except In emergency cases.
In visiting the nurse's office, tho rear
entrance of the library should bo used.
Miss Ethel Sherman of Burlington was
u week-end guest of Miss Florence
Middlebrook. A. W. Taber of Burlington
visited his brother, A. B. Taber, yester
day. Michael Haite has gono to Spring-
Held, Mass., to pass tho winter.
Union meetings will bo hold during tho
week of prayer, January 4 to 11. The
Methodist Episcopal, Congregational and
Baptist Churches will unite. Tho regu
lar meeting of Sctli Warner Chapter,
Daughters of the American Revolution,
will be held January 7 with Mrs. Frank
M, Rogers. The Ladles' Aid of tho Fcr
rishurg Methodist Episcopal Church will
hold a New Year's soclul Friday evening
in the vestry of the chur.:h. Harriet,
daughter of Aldorman and Mrs. John
Daigneault, la III, threatened with a fever.
Miss Hattlo Cormla has returned from
a visit to relatives in New Britain, Conn,,
New York city and Jersey City, N. J.
Mrs, Kimball has been called to Poultney
by the illness fiom pneumonia of her son,
Daniel, a student at Troy Conference
Academy. Plorpolnt Lodge, No, 37,
Knights of Pythias, will hold a meeting
Friday evening when tho newly-olectcd
ollleers will be Installed, Refreshments
will bo served. Public Civil Service Com
missioner W, R. Warner attended a meet
ing of tho commission at Montpcller
Tuesday. Mrs. E. F. Foster of Chrnhlro,
Mass., who has been making nn extend
ed vIhII to her son, Robert Foster, leaves
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cooko and young
son, Edward, of Shorehnm, wero Christ
mas guests of Mr. Cooke's pnrents, Mr.
and Mrs. Stophen Cooke. Miss Cora
Allard, who sp"ent a few day last week
with her sister, Mrs. Wlllard Chandler,
has returned home. Miss Stella Austin
went Saturday to Rutland, where she
will remain for a few days ns the guest
of her aunt, Mrs. McN'nughton. Mrs.
George Palmer, who underwent a serious
operation at the Rutland hospital, Is o
Improved ns to be at the homo of her
parents, Mr., and Mrs. Edward Nichols.
Mrs. Kent W'rlght, who (ins been at the
Prortor hospital, has returned home.
Her mother, Mrs. Benedict, ncnmpanlpd
her and Is now caring for her. Mrs.
Wright remains about the same. Miss
Cora Allard Is spending a pnrt of tho
Christmas vacation with her sister, Mrs.
Arthur Jabot. Mrs. Russell Myrick Is
111. Her mother, Mrs. W. A. Dukett, Is
cnrlng for" her. Tho family of tl. S,
Wltherall Is ill with grlp.-Mrs. William
Grnndey Is not an well. Fred Harris lost
one of IiIh best horses last week whllo
drawing wood. The horse dropped dead.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee Hemeriwny returned
homo Saturday. Mr. Hemenwny had
been at Burlington for an operation on
his throat. He is now very much im
Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Memo of Buffalo
were guests at Mrs. Memo's sister, Mrs.
Edmund Honnon. over Christmas. Mrs.
Jack Monahan ot Washington, D. C, Is
with her mother, Mrs. Anna Cnsey, for
the holidays. Miss Anna Butler Is homo
from Bristol tor tho holiday vacation.
A son was born December 28 to Mr.
nnd Mrs. M. E. Day. Goorgo Farr of
T. C. A., Poultney, is spending the holi
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George E. Farr. Services at tho Metho
dist Episcopal Church Sunday will bo
as follows: 2:00 p. m., preaching by tho
Mrs. Karl Field was In Boston last
week to attend the funeral of Mrs, Was-
sle Hurlburt. Miss Cora J. Bard, who
has been In Willlnockct, Me., for somo
time, has returned to her home here.
She was accompanied by her nlcco, Miss
Evelyn Martin. The Whist club met
with .Miss Bernccla Avery Wednes
day evening to see the old year out.
There was a musical program. Miss
Irene Stone, a student In Springfield,
Mass., is spending the holidays with her
parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Stone.
The Misses Bertha and Frances Field,
teachers In Orleans and Enosburg Falls,
respectively, are spending two weeks
with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. C.
Field. Miss Marlon P.arkcr spent the
week-end in Shelburne. Frank and Leo
Larrow of Revere , Mass., are visiting
their mother, Mrs, D, Larrow.
Mrs. Almary J. Thomas, wife of tho
late John Thomas, died at her homo
December 27, after a lingering Illness.
For nearly three years, she has been con
lined to her bed nnd has been a very
patient sufferer. She was 8J years ot
age nnd leaves two sons, John and George
Thomas, with whom she lived. The
funeral was hold Tuesday from her
home and burial was In Monkton by
the side of her husband and two children.
Bert Mitchell nnd son Theron of St
Albans were recent guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Julius Clark. Elmer Spencer of
Cornell College Is at home for a couple
of weeks. There. will be a Grange
meeting Friday evening with Installation
of officers. Louise Elmer gave a party
at her home Monday evening In honor of
her birthday, A very pleasant evening
was spent and , dainty ref reshment
served. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Adams nnd
son of Westport were In town Christmas.
Mr. nnd Mrs. A. T. Clark and Erwln
spent Christmas In Burlington with Mr.
and Mrs. B. E. Bristol and family. Mr.
and Mrs. Joseph Tatro of Starkwboro
were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Josh
Tatro. Ira Barber and family are mov
ing to Vergannes.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Ralph Elliott of MIddle
bury, Daniel Blrdsall and family and
Robert Young and family were guests
Christmas of George Elliott and family.
Mrs. Russell Young, who has been HI,
Is improving. Milton Elliott is home from
an agricultural college In Iowa.
Op Monday, the 22nd, Mr
Lyman Tl, Tottlnghnm obser
golden wedding anniversary.
J, T. Jones and Mrs Anna M
sisters of Mr. nnd Mrs. Tott as
sisted In tecelvlng tho guests ove
nlrg, two original poems, writ'. fur the
oi'i Ion, wore read by Mrs l'.erti' and
.tl f- church. Tho Rev. R. 11. Simmons
In ludiiilf of neighbors and frlendu pre
sented them with a pur.-ff ot gold; Mrs.
T' tllngham responded They received
other sums In gold, glass, china and lac
quer trays, also many letteni of congrat
ulation. Dainty rcficshnients were serv
ed. At tho Sunday school Christmas tree
Friday evening at tho parFonago 17 were
present. B B. Tottlngham of New York
city passed a part of Saturday with his
mother, Mrs Anna Tottlngham. Miss
Dorothy Smith ot Springfield, Mass,, who
passed holiday week with her mother,
Mrs. Maria Smith, returned Thursday.
on thtee-tlmcs a day milking nnd giving
about fifty pounds each, on an average,
For 10 years these gentlemen have been
Improving their llolsteln herd, nnd now
hnvo a line dairy that arc registered
Mr. nnd Mrs. C. C. Martin entertained
C. S. Martin and family and E. R. Fol
som nnd fninlly Christinas. Mrs. It. It.
Klngslniid, who hns been confined to her
homo for several weeks, spent Christmas
with her fnmlly nnd invited guestR at
the Wheeler home. Mrs. Preston Is visit
ing her son, E. A. Preston, of this village.
-Mr. and Mro, C. C. Miller spent tho
week-end with their children at Sunder
land, Mrss. The condition ot Daniel Kim
ball, who Is III In Poultney with pnou
monla, remains about tho same. Mrs.
Lois Palmer, who has been qulto 111, Is
reported bettor. William Nnonan spent
Thursday with his parents In this village.
Mr. and Mrs. llobort Noonan returned
Saturday to Hyde Park.-Mr. and Mrs.
George Sun-ell spent tho week-end with
Gardner Stone.-P. F. White, who has
been 111 fur several days, Is much Im
proved. The people of this community
regret tho loss of Mrs. Arthur Fisher.
Her death came as a shock to everybody.
There Is a feellpg ot sympathy for the
bereaved husband, father and relatives.
Grnre Lane, who Is taking training hi
the Mary Fletcher hospital, was at home
talned a couple of (leah. wounds,
Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. K, Hack went to Kccno,
N. H., to spend tho winter with their
daughter. Earl Bessette Is homo from
Murllngton for two weeks. Tho Ice hnr
vesting on the creek commenced Monday.
Miss Grace Doano of Hurllngton has
been n guest ot T. H. Purcell for some
days. Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Cook have been
In MIddlebury for a ween past.
P. W. Oils, A. G. Wright, II. E. Hnl
lock, W. H. Juckman and W. F. nar
rows attended tho farmers' exchnngo
meeting held In MIddlebury last Satur
day. Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Booth and
children of Ornsso Point passed Christ
mas with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Booth.
.Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Evarts of Panton and
Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dacon of Vcr
H2nnos were guests of Mr. and Mrs. G.
F. Evarts Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs.
C. J. Sncden nnd family visited Mr. nnd
Mrs. J. E. Davis In Now Haven last
week. Henry Jnckinan returned to Mt.
Hermon Monday. The N. S. club wilt
meet with Mrs. R. 11. Davis Thursday
afternoon, January 8. Mr. and Mrs. A.
G. Wright nnd family passed Christmas
day with their daughter, Mrs. E. A.
Doud In New Haven. Mr. and Mrs, P.
W. Otis nnd children visited Mr. nnd
Mrs. Phllo Elmer In New Haven Mon
day. Mrs. P. W. Otis and Mrs. A. O.
Wright visited In MIddlebury Saturday.
H li for New Year's with her parents, Dr. nnd
Mrs. Lane. Mnudo Miller of Burlington
spent several days this week with her
people here. Mrs. L. A. Elliot Is In tiur
llngton for a few days. Percy Kimball,
who lias been 111, is much better. Miss
Alice llnlght of Rutland In pending a two
weeks' vacation with her parents. Mrs.
Jennie Plant has returned from Lowell,
Mass., having spent the holidays with Iter
people there. William Dow, who has been
111 for several weeks. Is still confined to
his bed. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Miller re
turned Tuesday from visiting their chil
dren at Sunderland, Mass. ('. S. Martin
and daughter, Anna, wero In Burlington
Tuesday. Mrs. Wilbur Fuller and chil
dren spent the holidays with their rela
tives In Burlington. Sunday notlres:
There will be a Uve-mlnute address at tho
church Sunday morning on "Missions"
by nn out-of-town speaker. Sermon by
the pastor, subject, "Best Points in
Miss Mahlc Larrabee i cturned to her Confederatlvo Religions" ; Sunday school at
12; league at 7:00, address by the pastor,
position In Burlington Wednesday. Mrs.
E. F. Townsend of Shoreham Center
entertained tho Moravian club Tuesday
with luncheon at noon. Dr. and Mrs.
Francis Leonard and two children of
Cleveland, Ohio, are passing the holiday
season with his parents, Mr, and Mrs.
Eugene Lconnid. Mr. and Mrs. Collins
nnd Miss Ruth of East Erange, N. J and
Mrs. Elizabeth Collins of Rutland are
guests of Mrs. C. D. Howard. Miss Jen
nie Duffany of Shoreham Center Is 111
with pneumonia. Dr. Piatt, Miss Farr
and Mrs. Sherwln wore recent visitors In
Burlington. In unison with the churches
of tho State, a watch night servlco was
held. There will will also be services
each night but Saturday next week, In
Mrs. Maud Potter has returned to
Connecticut after a visit to her dnugh
tors, Mrs. Dewey Devoid and Mrs. I'rank
At the regular meeting of the N. E. O.
P. Thursday evening the following of
ficers were elected for the ensuing year:
Junior past waiden, Ida llalre; warden,
Lizzie Paul; vice-warden, H, A. White;
secretary, Hattlo R. Currier; financial
secretary, Agnes LaValley; treasurer,
Mary Shannon; chaplain, Florence Thom
as; guide, Harry Hogaboom; guardian,
Daniel Cochran; sentinel, Alden Badger;
pianist, Mary Ward; assistant pianist,
Blanche Badger; trustee for three years,
II. E. Courier; delegates to grnnd lodge,
Ida M. ilalre and Agnes LaValley; alter
nate, C. M, Sawyer. These officers will
bo Installed the first of the year.
Leland Dlmond of Bakersfleld is spend
Ing tho holiday vacation at tho homo of
Mr. and Mrs. R. Ii. Pnquette. Miss Allco
Dutton Is home from her school work In
Cohnsset, Mass., for Christmas and Now
Years. .Miss Lura Wheeler Is homo from
her school In Bellows Falls for the annual
holiday vacation. There was a good
crowd In attendance at the American
McEn'tee.-Dona'ld Senrs Is at home from leglon-Woodbury town team basketball
i.Id oi.r.1 l, ti-nrrlehiirii- MUn Lorotta K'umu .u me KjniiuiHiuiii uk-i-i-iimi.-- ,
Hollls and Ralph St. Peter were recent . J no legion team was vicionous. tuci.u
guests of Judge and Mrs. Harry Sears.
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Devoid entertained
i large company at dinner Christmas day,
danco was held after the gamo. C . R.
Davis received a telegram Wednesday
Dec. 21 saying that his daughter.
-Mr. and Mrs.'lf. F. French and daugh- Masetta, died In a hospital In Boston that
ei, '; ' , I to-night for an extended visit to her
ho winter In Mlildlebury.-Mr nnd Oearhcart of Palmerston.
hnrles Canterberry have return- , ,.a.jlMrs A, ,.Pe ,, roUlril(ni from a
visit to her daughter, Mrs. John Seldcri,
of Bristol, .Miss Julia Mllo has gonn to
Burlington lo spend New Yeur's with her
father, Isndore Milo, at tho home of her
sister, Mrs. A. Pigeon, Miss Ruth Clark
is passing a few dnyH with hor parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Clark, of East Fer
rlsburg. Donald Watts of Now Rochnllo,
N. V., a former resident, arrived hero
yesterday to spend New Yenr's with his
mother, Mis. J. C. Watt, and his sister,
Miss .Mary Walt. Arthur Langevlu was
given e birthday surprise party Tuesday
evening at Foresters' hall, About 60
relatives and friends wero prewent.
Untiring and refreshments wero enjoyod.
liiii'i g llii veiling In behalf of those
iifi . .1 llennud presented Mr.
Liuigevlii with a purso ot monej. Mr,
and Mr:' Willis Carpenter of Massa-
A New Year's dance will bo held In
Jackman & Garland's hall Thursday eve
ning, Jnnuary , Vnrncy's orchestra will
furnish music Daniel Hanmer who has
been III, is better. Mr. and Mrs. Do
Coursey and daughter, Irene, of New
Haven, were guests of Mr. and Mrs,
Charles Hill Thursday. Miss Carrlo
Pierce who has been confined to tho houo
by Illness for sovcral months, Is able to
bo out. Edward lolansbee, who under
went a critical operation for cancer of tho
face, In Bristol, recently, has returned
home. A Christmas dinner and treo was
enjoyed Christmas day at the home of
George Varney by the members of tho
Butterflcld family. Mrs. D. L. Garland Is
Improving from her recent illness. Tho
students attending Bristol high school aro
nt home for Tho holiday vacation. Mrs,
Louisa Bristol, who has been 111 nt tho
home of her daughter, Mrs. C. R. Blck
nell, Is convalescing. Miss Minnie dish
man Is holplng M. B, Gove In tho town
clerk's office, Mr. and Mrs. William Leo
visited friends In MIddlebury Saturday,
Miss Graco Turner Is visiting friends In
Rutland. R. S. Sargent nnd family spent
Christmas with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs
William Sargent, In Now Haven. Mrs.
Hannah Varney Is spending tho winter
with Mrs, Persls Green. Mr. and Mrs,
Frank Elliott spent Christmas hi Now
Haven, Gwynno Beano is home from tho
University of Vermont for tho vacation,
Salisbury formally welcomed homo Its
returned soldiers and sailors nt the town
hall Friday ovenlng under the auspices of
tho Rod Cross and the citizens of tho
town. Tho entertainment consisted of a
banquet which wan served at 0:30 to all
tho boys, at which I'resldont Thomas of
MIddlebury College soko. Tho banquet
Was followed by a danco In tho upper hall.
Morris' four-plccn Jazz orchestra of Rut
liinc" furnished muslu for tho danco trom
K;y p. nl. to 2:00 a. m. Tho committee In
'r;u go ot tho entertainment consisted of
'.lio selectmen, of which Herbert L. Mor
gan has been appointed chairman,
Mrs. Slater Is seriously ill at the homo
of her son, Georgo Slater. Pneumonia Is
feared. A trained nurso Is caring for hor.
Miss Katherlno O'Rourke has completed
her work as substitute teacher In district
No. 7 and returned to hor homo In Shore
ham. After the holiday recess, Mrs. Hilton
Newton will resume her work as teacher
In this school, after having been absent
several weeks on account of Illness. Mrs.
William Billiard returned Saturday from
the Fanny Allen hospital, Wlnooskl, where
sho underwent an operation three weeks
ago. Catherine Bullard of Saratoga,
N. Y., is spending tho holidays at tho
homo of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Andrew
Bullard. A whist party was held at the
D. A. R. chapter house Friday evening.
The Misses Marguerite and Jessie Lano
from Pennsylvania are spending the holi
days at the homo of their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Lane. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Payne nnd three sons spent Christmas
day at the home of Floyd Foote In Char
lotte. Carlton Warner, who Is with the
American Stoel and Wire com
pany ot Worcester, Mass., and his
slstor, Mary Warner, a pupil
at the Plattsburgh, N. Y. Normal
school, are visiting their parents, Mr.
and Mrs. F. H. Warner, during the
holidays. Mildred Parkhlll, Catherine
Bobbins, Estelle Foote, Douglass Bliss
and two sisters and William Mac-
Murtry of MIddlebury College, Jessie
Foote of Hartford, Jesslo and Mar
guerite Lane of Pittsburgh and Phlla-
lelphla, E'enn., are at their respective
homes for tile holiday vacation.
E. W Ford spent last week with his
brothor, Eben Ford, In Ludlow, A. B,
Wllber went Friday to the Mary
Fletcher hospital for treatment. A
son was born December 2i to Mr. and
Mrs. Rob Ford. Gerald Rice spent
two days last week with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. N. D. Rice In Roxbury,
Mr, and Mrs. B. M. Hutehlns spent
Christmas with his parents In North-
field. A son was born December 2S to
Mr. and Mrs. Clydo Campbell. Miss
Susie Jowett returned Monday to school
in Rochester after spending two weeks
at her homo here. Russell Chatfleld,
who bought tho G, R. Roberts foim
last fall, has moved here and Is occupy
ing the furm.
ter spent Christmas In Chat lotto. Mrs,
Nelson S.mtau is 111. L. L. Dwiro enter
tained u large company Christmas. J. A.
Parent of MIddlebury spent tho week
end in town.
Several family Christmas dinners wero
enjoyed in some of the homes here.
Among them wero Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
Palmer from Burlington, who visited their'
day. Dorothy and Wendall Campbell
Carroll Huntington, Howard Lewis,
Howard Townsend. Joseph Cordelia and
Dr. Bernle Lameri are among the young
Kople who are homo for the holidays.
Miss Dorothy Merrlam of Springfield is
the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
V. W. Merrlam. Miss Lura Whee'.er of
Brattlehoro Is the guest of her sister,
i no iiincrai oi ,iorriuo ii. .uniuu
held nt bin lat homo on Grovo street
Saturday morning nt 9.30 o'clock wltlt
burial at Wntcrbury Center The Roiv
C. S. Qulmby officiated. The bearers
were: C, B, Metcnlf, G. A. Temple, L A.
Gilbert, E. L. Wolcott. B. J. Wagner and
I. II. Kollogg. The chaplain, a sergeant
nnd squad of U men from Fort Ethan
Allen escoited tho body to the train, Mr.
McLond wns born In Hyde Park August
21, 1S1J, Enlisted for the Civil war In Sep-'
tomher, 1801, wns promoted sergeant De
cember 3, 1SCI, and wns discharged Jul
13, 18fi3 at the close of the war. Ho Is sui
vlved by his second wife; threo children
by his former inarrlago and five by tlio
present. They arc B. M. McLoud
Montpcller, .Mrs. Arthur Holt of Barto,
Mrs. Selnh Brooks of Richmond, Va ,
Ray It. of West llnrtford, Mrs Marshall
Kellogg, Mrs. V. G. Prior, Maybello ntut
Rowland MeLnud of this place, also t
brothers, H. G, McLoud of Calais and
George McLoud ot Colorado; ono sister,
Mrs. Phlla Reynolds of Owalomla, Minn ,
and seven gi andehlldron. Thoso front
out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. R. H.
McLoud of West Hartford, Mr. and Mrs.
M. Holt, Mrs. Victoria Mnrtln and
Mrs. Joseph Parker of Barre; Mrs, Wal
ter Lewis of South Barre, S. J. McLoud
of Calais and Mr. and Mrs.. G. H. Hut
chinson of Jericho,
Harold Peck, son of Mrs, Guy Peck,
was married Saturday afternoon to Mlsii
Bessie Perclval nt thn home of tho bride
parents In Jericho. Mr. und Mrs. Perlc
are to reside In Jericho, where ho Is to
be stntlon agent. Mr. Peek has been em
ployed In the express office here. Dewey
Perry will take his place In thn office
Mr. and Mrs. Harris Drury, who wero
married at the home of the bride In Nnw
tonvllle, Mass., Christmas, arrived Snt-
iirln thn lirtun r,f ! Tlntrt-'o r.nt-
ents, Mr. nnd .Mrs. H. D. Drury whero
they will reside for the present
Miss Elnor Thayer died at her homo
on East street Tuesday afttrnoon nt
three o'clock nfter an Illness of ponni
time. Miss Thayer wan DC years old.
Her homes have been at Mallett's Bay,
Burtlngton and this place, She hail
resided here several years. Sho Is sur
vived by four cousins, Henry and Clara
Thayer and W. J. Coatcs of Coates Is
land, Mallets Bay, and Mrs. J. F. Mor
rison of Burlington. The funeral will bo
neld at her late homo this af
ternoon at two o'clock, with burial atl
L. R. Abare of Burlington has be
gun his duties In the store of A. B.
Rugg. Mr. Warren, who has been in
the store here, will leave next week for
MIddlebury, where he will take cbargu
of the store there that Mr. Rugg re
Ethan Allen Camp, No. lti.332, M. W. A.,
held its annual election of ollleers Mon
day nUht. The ollleers are as follows:
Consul, A. P. Tanner; advisor, F. L.
Piescott; banker, A. D. Lavlgne; clerk,
G. L. Howard; escort, .1. F. Atherton;
watchman, George Barnes; sentry, W. C.
Machia; trustees, L. Blng, M. F. Dona
hue, R. E. Prescott. District Deputy Wil
liam Thynne was present at the meeting
und made a few remarks. The camp will
hold a public Installation of otllcors at'
its next meeting.
daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. G. C . Mrs. C. T. I'lerco.-Miss Stella Lano of
Farr. They returned home Saturday.- Aioany ... i id vibiuiik nur pmen, -m.
Mr nnd Mrs. William Sherrv and family and Mrs. C. H. Lane. Mr. and Mrs. C
e v,.i, c.ri.i,r ,.ncn,i ChriutmnM F. Hersev of St. Jolinshury wero the
with their daucbter and family. Mr. and guests of Mr. and Mrs. J W. Hersey
Mrs. F. C. McEntee.-Mrs. Jennie Senior ' Thursday.-Mlss Hazel Cobb of Barro Is
and daughter, Marjory, of Burlington, ' visiting her parents, .Mr. ana .-irs. u. t.
wero Christmas visitors at the home ot
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larose.
Their daughter, Mrs. Harry Holcomb, of
Hlnesburg, was a visitor there. Mr. nnd
Mrs. Louis Zeno nnd family, of Bristol,
were Christmas guests of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Shepard. Miss
Helen Gee Is visiting her sister, Mrs. A.
P. Brown, und family, and other rela
tives. Mr. and Mrs. J. Haynes passed
Christmas at Underbill with Mrs. Haynes'
people. E. H. Palmer was In Burling
ton rocently on business. There wa a
Miss Mabel Maynard, daughter of Mrs.
Elumlmi Maynard of Grove street, and
Lieut. Leo M. Emery of Grove street
were united In marriage Saturday after
noon at four o'clock at St. Stephen's
Church bv the Rev. J. B, McGarry. They
iuu imimi ... "u.,. .v.,. .... Were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Will am
large lUteiulance at the piano and violin (a' gpHtfleld. The bride was
concert given by the Misses Donehue . at 1 , w ,)lacl. ,c
Woodmen's hall and a very or ,jouli e ! am r braa, or
i.uui ia.-cu. ui'iimun v. v.v,..,,...o ... . ,,r,nnsmrl nnrrled red
hoses, also. In the evening, a reception
I from eight to 10 o'clock was held at the
home of the brldo at which timo a large
number of friends gathered to extend
their best wishes lu tho happy couple.
The house was prettily decorated with
evel greens and carnations. During the
reception music was furnished by Miss
Lillian Maynard, Miss Seymour and Ed
waid Cram. A buffet lunch was served by
Miss Ilia Parlzo, assisted by the Misses
tended the basket dance, following thu
concert, the largest gathering of the sea
son. C. J. Shepard motored to Burlington
Saturday with Mr, and Mrs. G. W. Pal
mer. The whooping cough cases are con
valescing. School will reopen Monday.
G. N. Bufrhey is doinij some repairing on
his buildings and putting up an lee house.
Mrs, Clara Newton and son, Clif
ford, of Burlington are with her par- Ualsie niHon, Hazel Flint, Margaret
ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Clifford, for the j,.a,iv and Anna Maynard. The bridal
holidays. Harold Shlveretto, who is in i bouquet was caught by Miss Henrietta
the Mary Fletcher hospital, has hail a i Maynaul, a sister of the bride. The bride Georse Mead, who died in Waterbury,
successful operation and is improving. lltu Kroom were the recipients of many tool: place here Monday. December 29. -'
Ira Urown is In the Mary Metclier nos- . beautiful and useful gifts, consisting ut Mrs. J. M. Wright, who has been at tie
The Progressive Agricultural club Willi
hold Its regular meeting Friday evening
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Til
ley In South Burlington. Mrs. W W. ,
Aldrlch and Miss Sadie Wheeler have ar
ranged a program, after which a com
munity Christmas tree will be enjoyed.
Each is requested to bring a small gift
for the tree. Refreshments will bo.1
served. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Atwooil
and son, Gordon, who have been visiting
relatives In Malone, N. Y., returned homo
Monday. MIfs Hazel Danbrooke spent
the Christmas holidays at her home.
Charles Haye Is spending his vacation
in Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Earl SIo
eumb and family of Milton are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Slocumb. Myron
Kinney of Burlington Is visiting Walter
and James Sutton. Margaret and Jen
nette Parker of New Haven are spending
tho holidays with their grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. I. G. Elliott.
Mrs. Irving Hobart ot Westford visited'
at M. II Shaw's Tuesday and Wednesday
of last week. A. W. Waters Is visiting at
Mr. Shaws for a few days. Mrs. Clara
Lyon spent Christmas with Dr. and Mrs.
.V 11, Kenyon. Mark Kenyon of Wjest
ford is spending a few days with his son.
Dr. N. H. Kenyon. John Elder, formerly
of Colchester, died at the home of hl4(
niece In Hardwick, December 23. Tho
body was brought here and burial took:
place in the family lot in the Baptist,
cemetery Wednesday. Tho burial ofl
Mnry Fletcher hospital for several weeks,
pltal for treatment. II. Wallamsby and ii,)el, silver, cut glass, china and money,
Prudence Stokes, both of this town, were , Tho bride Is well known In sorlal cltcles. H niueh improved and has returned to
married ueeemuer a, ny justice or ino The groom Is one of the lamous company her home. The chil dren of Mr. nnd Mis,
Miss Holen Ireno Spauldlng, elder
daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John Spauldlng,
and Edgar J. Stagg, youngest son of Mr.
and Mrs. E. L. Stagg, "a ere married
December 21 at tho Methodist Episcopal
parsonugo in wesi jumi.iuu uy mo hoy, ' v v for nvnr Vow Voir'o
G, C Cornell. Tho brldo Is a graduate of ,nlnu,r ,,.. ..... for h,m
Peace W. N. Baldwin. The Infant child fc, offlceis and hai seen IS months of sorv
of Mr. and Mr.s. Herbert Fields died ' ce Fiance and has the distinction of
December 23. Burial was made In Ferris- having been decorated for bravery under
burg. The Methodist confeience will be ixi,. The happy couple left on the night
held at the home of Mrs. Christina Stead- j train for a week's stay In Boston. On
man January C Karl Maxfield, who has 'their leturn they will reside on Grove
been home for a 15 days' furlough, re- j street. Among those from out of town
turned Saturday to Camp Dlx, N. J, .hero to attend the wedding were Mr. and
Mr and Mrs, J, W. Berry spent Christ- Mrs. George Mulhercm of St. Albans,
at A. L. White's. The Christmas , Harold Emery ot Swanton, Miss Anna
Maynard of Boston and Mrs. Lucy
Roblllard of Troy, N. Y.
The 14th annual banquet of the
tree for the Sunday school was given
up on account of the epidemic of whoop
ing cough among the children, but Santa
Cluus delivered the presents to the homes
on Christmas day. Mrs. Miranda Swift
has gone lo hor nephow's, Carroll Hill,
where sho will spend tho winter. The
Christian Culture club will hold .a regu
lar meeting nnd social January 8 with
Mrs. A E. Clifford nnd Mrs. W. N. Hill.
Dinner will bo served, Miss Mecham,
who has been caring for L, G. Ferguson,
has gone to her homo In Champlaln,
Mrs. A. II.
absence, Harlan Bostwlek of tho Uulver-
the Vergennes high school, claBs ot '18
and has taught over a year In the Lake I .,. of Vermont, who i t hm,, rth
street school The groom belonged to tho i llolldliySi iM pundlng a few days with
his father, C. W, Bostwlek, In Hlnesburg,
famous 2tth Division and served oversens
over a yoar. They aro luth popular
young people and have many friends who
wish them success und prosperity through
life. Samuel Gaines lias recently return
ed from Burlington, where ho was oper
ated on for tho removal of his tonsils.--Mrs.
Cynthia Mclutyre nnd Miss Jessie
Nell! of Vergennes are posslng several
days with Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Spauldlng,
Mrs. John Otis and two children return-
Chailes Shortsleeves nnd Mr.s. Phnebo
Stokes were married December 2i. Fred
Slilvoretto of Monkton Is helping his
futher, Dennis Shlveretto.
Dr. Sai gent's mother and slslcr have
been here. Bernard Purcell of Albany Is
with his mother, Mrs, Agnes Purcell,
iMIss Alum Vfilltiir Is hninn fw.t.i lli.tl.m
ed Saturday to their home In Rlpton , M ,, ,, , -after
spending gi,riH.nu.s with Mr. ml H M Sumvau.H.M ,H!i
Mrs Is L. (.randey. alter KnUogg and ' ent,i(.(, ()f Sollu.rvUUi M ,
family spent t lir stinas with the bpn.gues. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Doane.
-Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Sullivan have gono ,K, wnf) ,lomo f Brandon
IU 1I KMU1, 1 IITI U Ilt3 HUD L'III'U'J 1 1 1 V 1 1 1
Wluiieford Riverdfeger of New
last week, Leland Hall and Kenneth Plue
wero homo from T. C. A. at Poultney last
week, O. II. Hoot attended tho funeral
of Mrs. Clnrencn Root at Castloton last
York Is spending tho holidays with week. Harry Spauldlng of Rutland was
bet mother, Mrs, Jennie Dunn. Miss with his mother and sister last week.
Lois L. Jeiinn of tlio Mary Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. K. L. Clark were In nrnn
hospital training school is tho guest 'don Inst week. E. U. Wilcox and son
of her mother, .Mrs, A. A. Hler, Tho hnvo gono to Florida for tho winter.
Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kil- Mlsn Annie Ray has returned to Maiden.
bourn died Monday afternoon. Mrs.
Daisy Mailings and daughters. Marlon
and Ruth, spent Christmas in Hurling
ton, Mr. and Mrs. J. Emmett O'Brien
of Burlington nro guests of Mrs. 13. C.
Mulllngs nnd family,
Thomas Sprague of Boston spout 'Christ
man with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W,
Sprngue, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Kilbourn
nre the parents of a mm, burn Sunday
morning, Hugh Mulllngs of tho Uiurur-
Mass., after a week with her parents,
Mr, and Mrs, F. E, Ray. Henry Dundon
Is homo from Burlington, Mr. and Mrs.
C, J, Blair spent Christmas In Poultney
with Mrs, Blair's parents, Mrs, C, L.
Monger Was In Rutland last week. Glen
Bishop Is home from Randolph for a few
days. Mrs, C. W. Bodllsh Was In Shore
hnm Monday to attend tho golden wed
ding of her sister, G. C, Phelps will lake
tho census lu Orwoll, A watch night scrv-
Lafayetto Hose company was held Sun
day at station No 2 of the company
on Malletts Bay avenuo. A turkey dinner,
with everything that goes with It, was
served to about 100 members and guests.
Charles A. Baiber, who has been fore
man of the company for 13 years, acted
as toastmaster. Among tho speakers were:
Georgo H. Horton, piesidcnt of tho Ver
mont State Firemen's association; Chief
of tho Fire Department Charles Lavalley,
Village President Bert Dubuc. E. -I. Wall
and E. L. Shuttloworth of tho American
Woolen company; II. E, Southworth Mnd
H. I. Stanhopo of the Porter Screen com
pany; ox-Fire Chief Janus Holloran, VII-
l.igc Trustees Henry Homelslcr, Joseph
Couehoii und Theophllo Shunrd. Peter's
orchestra of five pieces furnished music
during tho banquet, as well as tho
Lafayotte Hose company quartet.
Ernest H. Smith of Malletts Ba and
Miss Edith S. Kennedy of North Duxliury
wero married on Wednesday, December 21,
at North Duxbury.
The banks and postofflco will observe
the usual holiday hours. There will be
but ono delivery and that will bo In the
morning. The barber shops wll bo closed
The ball given last evening by Wlnooskl
Post. No. 11, American Legion, lu Cor
poration hall was well attended. Muslo
for tho dancing was by the Legion or
chestra under tho direction of Joseph
A young lad whose name could not bo
learned last evening was knocked down
and received a few flesh wounds yester
day morning when ho was struck by a
truck owned by the Champlaln Valley
Fruit company, which was on Its way to
Wlnooskl. The accident occurred about
night o'clock, Tho boy was standing be
hind ono of the Iron girders on tho river
bridge and did not see the truck coming,
Ho stepped across tho bridge to get a
ride on a loam owned by a man named
Parlzo which was going across tho bridge
to Burlington, As ho moved from behind
the girder ho was struck by the Iruck und
knocked down, The truck stopped and
Gray of Burlington have been visiting
friends In Colchester. Jesse White, who
lias been visiting his brother, H White
lias returned to his home In southern
Vermont. Miss Doris Wright very
pleasantly entertained ir, of her friends
Monday evening. A progressive game ot
,W) was played. The first prize was won
by .Miss Mildred Munson and Clifford
Bombard and the consolation prize by
Mrs, Frances Sweeney and Hdrold Pratt.
Dainty refreshments were served and a'l
jhad an enjoyablo evening. A farm
bureau meeting was held in mo Baptist
vestry Tuesday afternoon. Miss Fannie
L. Day of Burlington called on friends in
Hervey and Ralph Glle. who are at
tending school at Hamilton, N Y., are nt
home during the holidays. Miss Helen
Streeter is visiting her aunt, In Long
Lake, N Y. Mr. and Mrs. E. R Davis
spent Christmas with their daughter.
Mrs. W. G. Mlnekler, In Grand Isle.
i Susan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs William
Wheeler, Is III with heart ti nubia, Mr.
and Mrs. Stanley Tomllnsou of Concord.
Mass,, are visiting his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. II, P. Tomllnsou. Word has been
received from .Mrs. O. H. Burns of Ports,
mouth, N. II., that her mother, Mrs.
Jennie Bohannon, who went from hor
home here In the fall to live With her
daughter bcrnuso of 111 health, Is In a
serious condition. Mrs. G. W Streeter
was called to Richmond by the Illness of
Mrs. Robert Streeter. Mrs. H. M.
Lncalllado, who wns called to Burlington
by the Illness and death of her father, H.
Bates, returned homo Sunday. Mr nnd
Mrs. William Wheeler nio entertaining
Mr. Wheeler's bister from New York
city. Miss Ethel Munger, who has spent
the past threo months with relatives lu
Shoreham, Is visiting her parents, Mr.
and Mrs, B, Munger. Mr. and Mrs. E, B,
York nnd E. M. Lacalllado wero In Bur
lington Sunday to attend tho funeral ot
Christina Vnlght, wife of Arthur
Fisher, died at her homo nt six o'clock
Friday morning, her death being duo
to an ncuto attack of Indigestion Sho
was 111 only n few hours. Mrs. Fisher
was 2(1 years of ago and Is survived
by her husband, Arthur Fisher, to
whom sho was married last April, by
her father, Ernest Vnlght; nnd by ono
brother, Etchwlu Vnlght Tho funeral
wiib held at two o'clock Monday after-