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ITHE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1920.
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Patch Work 1"no- printed cotton remnants p'ciln", rbiishfims. crepes, voiles, etc.. .ile priuri'l. Boatr.gn prepaid. Dnrgatn, na II v yard'i pci ?te$ worth -10c yard weigh otic pouuM. A. O. CROHBV, West Mrrffor.I, tlu'.. L"J.W,2t NOTICE The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Farmers' & Mechanics' Savings Instltnto & Trust company will bo the Merchants' lington, 1920, at tlon of trustees, W. C Burlington, Vt., Jan. ISHAM, 2, 1920. Trcns. 27,w4t HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT Continued from pngc not.) Monday, market day, eggs brought GO to SS cents, dairy butter C2 and creamery 7,-;. The funeral service of Dr. Braluard , Kelloirc: were held Tuesday mornlnir ' In the Mead Memorial chapel. Presi dent John M. Thomas who spoke at the services paid a fine tribute to this man who did so much for the In telloctual world and for Mlddlebury I f'nllpcp. Fir. ThnmiiH ri.vlnwi.iT nu iifo history from the time that Prof. Kel logg entered Mlddlebury up until tho time of his death. The services were ittended by the relatives of Dr. Kellogg. One held at the banking bouse of miner, v.. J. ;arpcnicr.-..s. nan,. ,T , Milq niotlier MrJi O f' Steadman last chants' National Hank of Bur- d Mlsn Mary Ross, who wcro colled mothc, MrB a Vt on AVednesday January 2S I here last week by the death of Oeorgo "cek'-;M1" Jane Blckfoid visited at WII , .i . - T? nuQ hnvo return,' tn Rutland 1 am. Hull's n Bristol lrn-t week. Tho 11:00 o'clock a. m.. for tho elec- "obs, hao letumoa to null inu. , , members of the student body and other Llne. At the directors.' meeting officers friends. Tho following members of the were elected ns follows: President, O. II. enlor class acted as pall bearers, , Sherman : vice-president, W. II. Dean; loseph P. Kasper. Clf.sson Parker, 1 cashier, C. II. Strong; assistant cashier. Henry Thomas, G. H. Woodwind, Ralph 'F.. N. Graves. W. H. Wheeler made a K. Sincorbns and Honn-r Harris. HB business fl' " Mlddlebury Tuesday. remains wore laid at rest in the village Krnept BoJette, who has been employed cemetery. at the Norton House for several years, Tho first annual meeting of the stock- 'has entered the employ of John C. Hayes, holdors of tho Addison County Trust Co., ' Marjories the little daughter of Mr. and Inc.. was held Tuesday morning with aMrs. Lavandcr Rock, Is III. St. Paul's largo number present. The stockholders jChurch parish meeting was held Tuesday were pleased with the business showing evening and the following were elected made .by tho Trust comnanv since its , vestrymen, Frank A. ROss, John A. liar- organization July 1, 1919, deposits Jan- i uary 13, 1920. being $2:4,423.12. The follow- Wilson, ('apt. C. K. Parker. T. Neville, lng trustees were elected: John K. Judge C. A. Chapman, Major R.' W. Mc Weeks, F. W. Tuttle, Allan Calhoun, , ('ue- Ul'- Vance W. Waterman, Geoige Allan R. Sturtevant, John M. Thomas. . Hpencer and G. Devlne. Tho officers Charles I. Button, Frank C. Dyer. Fred elected and uppolnted were- Senior E. Piatt, Robert W. McCuen, John A. warden, Frank Ross; Junior warden. John James and Ford N. Thomas. Of these Harrington: secretary, Dr. .1. B. Powers; trustees, the following otllcers were elected: President, John E. Weeks; vice presidents, F. W. Tuttle und Allun Cal noun;, treasurer, Page S. . Ufford. Tho annual meeting of the stockholders of the National Bank of Mlddlebury was hcld at two o'clock January 13. The fol- lowing directors were elected: Charles R. Plnnev. .Inlin A li'lotnhnr .Inhn A lames, E. M. Saunders. Charles I. Button, Phellis N Su-i.I! nnil .Inhn K. Wi.nltK The rllroetfirs Minn i.Ipi-IpiI thn fnllnu-lnir officers: President Charles I'lnney; vice-president, John A. Fletcher; cashier, Robert F. Plnm-;. . nsi.lt taut cashier, Peter J. lllnlis: iHle.. P. S. Calhoun; bookkeeper, Arthur (!. Trudeuu. Tr.u annual meeting of Si .Stephen parish was held Monday evening In the cbapl. There v.p a good attendance. Tl.o lol lowing vestrymen wci chosen: Guorgo W,. Mead, L, C. Rusi-cll, V. .1. P.ylan, Harry H. Hayden, Neljon Goss,. Harry L. iJusniiian and P. Fletcher Chcipmnn. Tfie rector appointed Georgo V.'. Mead aetiior wardon a.ud L. C. Ruasei: junior wardePj II. L. Cuhnati waj , lectcd treasurer and Harry 11. Hayden seero 'ary. Mrs. W. J. Jty'.an was appointed choir ioadcr. Mrx. II. I, Cuthm'tJi and Mrs. L. C. Rusdel! will asslel as rhnir otnmlttee. Dulegatiu In the dlocenin '.onventlcn nro B. II Lane, p. F. (.ai man and Nelson Gck., After the busi. ncss s'JMlon refreshments were served and a social fipur enjoyed. Thore was a large attendance ut the Joint Installation of Wllli.wn r. Ruas.'.U Pest. No. 89, Q, A. 1:., and of William Russell Circle No. Z, Ladles of tho Grand Army, Tuenl.iy. Tho exercises opened with a hnmiuvi at i;:S0 o'clock, rropvrod hy the ladlen This wan foliow ;d by the installing of tho post, officers, ly Installing Officer R, II. Llnsloy: Com. r.iander, Walter W. Jlartln; S. V. R. 1 1,, Urjsloy; J. V, C' Oils Abbey; officer of tho day, Louis Goulelto, chaiilaln, U. E. Jnncd; adjutant nnd treasurer, William 1.,. Cady; officer of tho guard, Charles Willlamson, This was followed by tho Installing of tho circle officers by Mrs. and Mr.t. Sylvanus Bean attended tho Hast Mlddlebury club at East Mlddlebury Carrio E. Nusii, president of tho Ver. 1 funeral of Mr. Foster at Mlddleburj' Thursday evening'. Mrs. George Noyes, inont division, who Installed tho follow- I Saturday. Tho fourth quarterly cdnfer- who recently had a slight shock, is some Ing: President, Mrs. Mluhnrl Grady; K, once of tho Methodist Episcopal Church what better. Frid Sampson reports that V., Mrs. Wiilter W, Martin; .'. V,, .Mies will bo held at tho parsonage at 10:00 ho nun u Job In Hnrtfoid, Conn., selling I'lorcnco Eddy; tecretaiy, Mm. Guldeon o'clock Friday, January lfi. All members , and Installing uutomobiles supplies and 1-L Ahboy: treasurer, Mrs. N. i. Sey- mour; chaplain, Mrs. E. 1-3. Jones; pa triotlo Instructor, Mrs. Ezra E. Turner; conductor, Mrs. Carrio K, Nash; usbIh tant conductor, Mrs. Sarah Nolaud; guard, Mrs. Robert Calhoun; assistant, Mrs, James Condon. Word wns received Sunday evening by Chief of Pollco Georgo H, Cbaffeo from Tlconderoga, N, V lo bo on tho lookout for Gerlrudo Hull, uged 13 years of that town, who had run away from homo and was supposed to bo In Mlddlebury, ,Tho otflcor upon Invostl- gallon found that Gertrude had been hero, bu' had left on tho northbound Blooper for .Montreal. The officer ob Iclued the niiinhor of tier ticket, and l lepi:oned lho Immigration officers at Pauses Point, N, Y.. to bo on lho loo,t oil lor her, Upon tlw arrival nf the tr.Vn ;vLc was lo:ated and tuken off by thu of- flelnls mid her parents notified. They nt once started for Rouses 1'olnt to tnko her bnck to hor homo In Tlconderngn, N. V. There will be. a meeting of Otter Creole Iodgo, No. i!3, Knights of Pythias, In tlio Hattcll block Friday owning at iKht o'clock. At the mld-wrck prayer meting In the vestry of the Congrcgn- J llunnl Church this evening tho topic for Ib-ounslon will bo studies In tho Ho- I brew's prophet, "Mlcuh." Tho discus sion In the topic will bo lend by Prof. I Edwnrd t), Collins and a general Invita tion Is extended. Mrs. .lames H. Mcrkel mm n.iugnier, .nss jusun .Hcmci, imv , T( A mKnloW of Port Henry wns a returned to llroolflyn, N. 'S ., after a vis- i woe.eiid guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. F. II. It. of several weeks In MMdlchury and , Connnt.-The officers of. tho Sunday vlolnlty.-Johii V. Green :.nd Phillip O HC1O0 iui lt meeting Sunday after , Green of BuIMtm, N. V., A.ro in town and , cnur(., Thn )l0t)v 1)f Mrs. stlllson of expect to remain !.ori fv tl.n root -if , Hartford, Conn., wns brought here Tups the winter -Mr. nii-l Mrs. l'rancln A. ' rtl,y lllul burled In F.vergrcen cemetery. I Wrlghtly' of C-j..-,bn"o, n.-u In town for. a Mrs, hilllson was a niece of Mrs. C. C. few woeko.-Hi'cr F.ilrrlilhl und Thomas eht.frce.-Mrs. A. L. llolcan recently Belknap, -a ho f.nvj men employed In vHlcti i1Pt. cousins, Mr. and Mrs. WIN Mlddlebury for a year, r-ave returned to , iuln .incJtttion, of Wnltham. Hrnttlct-'Oto. Ur. R. C J lagg is mnving ; from the Dr. Martin bouse on North Pleasant street to tho tlorham hovso on onco ,,; Va h:d .V, the MoVhodlit Church this, ovonlng beginning at G:S0 hl" h ' v with u s-tppor followed by tho bunlncs poaslo-i cr the conference. All members of the church and congregation are in vltiwl to attT.ii both the tupper and con- ro.vnc.-Tl.o prayer nictlnR at tho Methodist Church win be hold l- rl.'ay , evenlnn of this wee):. At tho close, will occur the election of tho lay delegates to the lay doctoral conference In Kalu tog'u hi Aptil. "VERGENNES R A. Lee and A. S. Haven have been appointed commliiwlonara lor Mrs. Unbcit Hui't-r,n n:w called Saturday to CuMlHon by the ilc.th of her sister, Mrs. P. C. Carroll Mr. and Mrs C V Dloicorson of .Shorebani were week-end guests of Alderman and Mrs. Levi II lirown. Smelt ii.shhur ban commenced at Basin Harbor and tho catch Is reported to bu huge. Doug'ats Oarno Is pncs'r.g r. few days with hU slvter, Ml;s Mnry f?a:no, of Burlington. Mrs. Norbert Ilobiirt und two children of Arlington am visiting her mother, Mrs. J. J. Bartlcy. The condition of Mir. John Ambloau, who sustained a Hhock of paralysis on New Voai's day, remain'-, about the satii". Tha condition of Mrs. Peter Hnmcl, who tal;cn Huddnly lit Friday nf lei noon with heart failure In front of tho home of Arthur Sorrell on W.-st Main stieH whllo on her way home, is imp.-vnod.-Mr. and Mis. Wlllard Cnrnentor have returned to ." Chlconee. Mass.. after r. visit to his ter, who have been visiting her parents, Mr. nnd .Mrs. Oeoigq F. Young, nnd her sisters. Mrs. William F. Larrow, Mrs. O. II. OoweU and Mrs. George It. Slnck, have returned to Somorvllle, Mass. The annual meeting of the First Congregational Church of Vergennes was held Monday evening and the fol lowing otllcers were elected: Clerk, K. W. Graves: treasurer, W. S. Bristol trustee for three vears, H C. Herrlck; , dencon for three years, George 12. Stone; superintendent of Sunday school, II, W. Day: music committee, Mrs, Strong. Mrs. G. F. O. Kimball W. J. C. U. Brownell, Mrs. A. W. Norton. At the close refreshments were served. The stockholders of the National bank of Vergennes held their annual meeting nnd elected a board of directors as fob 'lows: O. II. Sherman of Burlington, F. H. Fnrrlngton of Brnndon, W. H. Denn of North Ferrisburg, W. R. Bristol nnd A. W. Norton of Vergennes. 13. H. Palmer of Monkton, Benjnmln W. Smith of Town rlngton, Dr. Jesse B. Powers, Charles W. treasurer, u. w . v nson.-Aiiorney w . u Botsford of Rutland visited John A. llnrrington Tuesday. Alderman and Mrs. Levi H. Brown attended the Veimont dairymen's meeting at Burlington yester- l"y.-anH Harrington or uie unl- jvcrsity of Vermont Is passing a few days ,wlth 1,l1' narents. Mr. and Mrs. John A. I Harrington. MONKTON TIWMO Will 1)0 an oyster SUpper at the i- .. , ... .. . . ...... ,. n ' nilvpr Ktenrittinn nf Krist namard vislletl ATri TTrniTnrlpU Wfl IpnlTl I nm son. 1' OR- t ..... ....u ..... . - Grunge hall Tuesday evening. January last week on professional business as in, for the benefit of the Rev. .1. II. i county health officer. Mr. and Mrs. Gothey. pastor of tho Methodist Church. Henry Belden were recent guests of Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. B, J. Comstock nnd Boiden's uncle, Charleu Parish, Mlddlo daughter of Bristol were gucstfl Sunday ' bury. Miss Margaret McDonald, a Bur- at Mr. and Mis. B. C. Ladu's. M!:;s Burnice Tlmm::; did not attend scIicjI the p.i.-,t wcel. on ne-ount of illness. Mls In i Bradley' of Richmond wjsi a ;u;st of Mr. and .Mrs. G, C Fair lho p.'.st week. He- stter. Obidys. enmo for her Saturday and spent tho day. Mrs. D-'.u Dean had the misfortuno to fall, o.i her "1st blr.h iay, December 2-1, in juring her hip severely. James I'apa thanaslnn, tho chechemahcr at th-i creamery Is In Huston thli week on bubluetis. Banners are securing a lino crop nf ice fnum Cedar Lako thl.T week, it being over a foot In thickness. George W. Sweet Is galnhv. Daniel K. Meceh is tuiffciliiK from an ubcusj on ills hand. Mponir-r iShcpcrd, who has been 111 tho part week, Is now able to resume his work again. He Is In tho employ of G C. Farr RIPTON Fori ter, for many years n Rlpton died at his home on D.-rie'. C. 1 resident of .North street, East Mlddlebury, January after a two weeks' vacation. Tho ladles K. Funeral services wcro held Saturday of the local Red Cross enjoyed .t banquet at tho Hunt Mlddlebury Methodist at tho fiomo of Mrs. M. H. Kolsry. Mrs. Fplscopal Church, The Rev, XV, 11, 'Cora. Klngsley is confined to tho houso .Merrier, pastor of lho church, officiating, ' with a .severe cold. The regular mid assisted by tlie Itev. a. M, Moody of week prayer meeting will be held in the Mlddlebury. Services next Sunday nsivestry of the Congiegntlonal Church follows: Preaching by the pastor at 2 Thursday evening. Tho Salisbury Farm- p. m, auhject "Tho Altar Within." .Mr. "lo requested lo bo present. The Rev, ; tl, K. Stathum, D, D., district suporln- tendent, will bo present. CORNWALL Mr, and Mrs. T I). Norton of Addison spent Sunday with Mr. Norton's sister and husband, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. H. Curtis, whose WJth wedding anniversary it was. W. H, Curtis, a son of Jonau and Mary 111. Grandey Curtis of Punton, ami Miss Ijosophlno Norton, ibtughlor of John and I Susan' Collins Norton of Addison, wcro united In mnirlago by inn Rev, George Parker at tho Baptist parsonage in Pan ton January II, IS70, they wero attended by John C, Norton, a brothor of the hrlde,- and Miss Natlo Curtis, iv cousin of tho grom. Mr. nnd Mrs. Curtis lived In Pantou and Addison until 1SS3 when they nnved '.o !o"wn, whole they own a farm and have built upon It nn attrnctlvo and commodious dwelling, On account of tho Ill health of Mr. Curtis, the anniversary wns not celebrated ns had bean planned, but many friends remembered them with cards, letters, beautiful (lowers and gifts of Bold coin, together with their best wishes. NEW HAVEN -Mrs. Wallaco llnthorne was operated on Friday at a Burlington hospital. Alfred, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Clinton fjh.irmnti. In vdfv III with nnntmmnln. WALTHAM Tho N. 8. club met with Mrs. P. W. " . Mi.TL!" ved for tho Mc burned oilt. Tho Cabo family, reccntl'1 tl,IM.a.. nt TtTr n.1 Atra t W Wrtrrl n m lmrnvlnt, ,m tHlr p P. W. Otis passed tho week-end with her sister, Mrs. Wnlter Lee, In Ferrls burg. Ten dollars was received at tho B, n b Mr nnd Mrs w Jack , . , .u,.r.,,nv , man at their homo Thursday evening to bo used toward the salary nf tho public health nursfi. Mm F. C. Ward has re turned to her homo from Orosse Point, where sho wns called by tho Illness of her little grandson, Arthur Booth. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Otis and Mrs. A. O. Wright .attended the farm bureau meeting' In Mlddlebury last Wednesday SOUTH STARKSBORO The Ladles' Home Clrclo will meet Thursday with Ms a William Orvis. Din ner w'U be served Mr. Levering, of East Northfleld, Musd., Is a guest of Mr. nnd Mra. Danlfi! Sargent. Cullon ShaJtucU has sold his farm to Walter Orvls. How ard Orace and Itaymond llallock called or. Marshal Dike Friday at the Mary Flr.tc.licr hospital, Burlington. Miss Lydla Varney has returned to Union Springs, N. Y., whero she Is attending school. STARKSBORO P. T. Brown lias moved to his farm re cently purchased of his father, Ira Brown. -r,mn mois, woo in 10 wuiu iur i. a. "rcwn, has moved Into tho bouse vacated ,hy hlm.-Mr. and Mrs. F.iy btokca visited .-"." . - Harry Hallccl:, Is 111 with pnoumonla. liv,lu "'" n'K - January a. i nere wui or u. h.ukmmi supper.-ir. i-.no was in town last week testing. Out of K. T. Butler's dairy of 37, eleven were condemned nnd nono from James Casey's. Nearby, but In. tho town of Bristol those of Oeorgo Ladea.u and Itnlph I'urington were tested. None were condemned from Ladcau's and only one In Purlngton's, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Newton spent Sunday at A. W. Norton's In Bilstlo. F. M. Walston Is In very poor health. Anson H. Eddy Is working a; A. E. Clifford's. WEYBRIDGE. The annual meeting of the Congrega tional Church and society took place on Saturday the 10th. Dinner wns served to nbout 70. The deacons were re-elected, John A. James, Silas W. Jewett and El mer L. Wright and T. J. McMurty was chosen fourth deacon. The church has met its benevolence apportionment and there is a small balance in the treasury on homo .expenses. Tho every-member canvass resulted In going over the top. A plpelcss furnace has been Installed In the parsonage and a number of repairs have been made. Most of the officers of 1919 were re-elected. The week of pray er meetings were held and a good degree of interest shown. Miss Nellie Booth Is critically ill at tho 'lome of C. S. James. ADDISON Some attended tho farm bureau meet ing in Mlddlebury Wednesday. The an nual telephone meeting was held Monday at the secretary, S. E Smith. The old folks' dance Is to be held January 21. Raymond Bristol, the census enumerator, is in town taking the census. Mrs. C. 12. McLean has .been spending a few days In Vergennos with her sister, Mrs. N, L. Jenkins, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Smith attended the funeral of Mrs. E. A. Nichols of Brldport. Howurd and Archie Clark went to Monkton Monday, where they are to get out cedar posts. Martin Dike of Vcrgeniies, a former resident here, is very ill at his home with typhoid fcver.-Mrs. S. E. Smith Is 111. -Mrs. Myron Smith spent last week In Cornwall with her sister, Mrs. Hamblln. SHOREHAM Dr. Edmonds of Bristol was In town llngton mine, Is caring for Madam Mix er, Dr. Mary Tl.itt'n mother. Dr Cum mins of Tkondtroga was in town Friday to operate on Jr.infa Goyctte, who has appendlcttU. D. Edgar Wisoll was In Proctor Satur day to atte.nJ the funeral of Shell lo Burt. Mrs. S. R. Wlthorell entertained tho Moravian club most pleasantly Tues day, Luncheon was served at noon. Tho program was in the ufternoan. Mr3 An na M. Plerco has returned to her homo In Rutland Mrs, L, H. Tottlnghnm ac companied hsr for a 10 dnya' stay. SALISBURY , Rollln Whitney leturned tj his school 'at Auhburnham, Mass., Sunday. Mrs. !(, A. Bench of Vergennes was a week end guest ut fie home of A. I). Beach. I Mrs. Hamilton was a business 'dsitor in Mlddlebury Monday. Mrs. K. E Noyes ' la still roullu'ed to the hous'j by illnejis, Miss Allco Farmer returned i-j her ..tuclles ti tin. Rutland Business College Monday 'ers' club Is Invited to meet with tbu nccessorles. E. L. Kelloy recently pur- chnscd tho 12-acro swamp lot belonging to O. M, and C. A. Bump. This piece Is nearly all HrBt growth nnd a valuable plccu. BRISTOL At the business meeting of tho Fed erated LndleH1 Aid, hold at the parsonage Tuesday, January C, those officers wero elocted i President, Mrs. Edmunds; first vice-president, Mrs. Gould; second Vice president, Mrs, Dnnforth; secretary, Mrs, Dike; treasurer, Mrs, Bingham; program committee,' Mrs. A. M. Norton, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Dike, Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. Bingham and Mrs, Pope; reception com mittee, Mrs. Quintan, Mtb, Morgan, Mrs., Farr, Mrs. J, C, Norton, Mrs, Maxham und Mrs. Trevllllan. Tho annual buslnoss meeting of tho N, H, MuiibIH Hose coin- pony was held at the hose hoiiso Wednes day .Ian. 7, Tho following otllcers were elected! Foreman, II. 8. DUnshee; first assistant, E. D. Lamb; second assistant, M. A. Itlder; clerk, CI, N. Taylor: Irons uror, W. B. Dagirett. Ilcfreslunents were served. Tho Outlook club will observe gon- licmciva night Tuesday evening Jan- nary 20 at Orange hall. There will f bo a reproduction of old masters In life In charge of Mrs. Thomas. Mrs. i.ucy iiurcn nas neon dime in m wie homo of .Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Beebe. Mrs. Charles K. Hnwthorno was In Bur lington Monday. The Itev, R. W. Oollld and Miss Hlldreth Chamberlain attend cu ino bunday school conveniion noiti in vergennes Tuesday. w. . i.ow. who Is confined to his bed by Illness, ' was more comfortable Tuesday. W. C. jBosworth of Mlddlebury was In town iucsday. Kben Itlder of Mlddlebury Is taking the census of the town and Miss hmlth of Mlddlebury that of tho VII- 1,li?.0, . . . lho social meeting following the meet- lhn ioc,KnB houso of Wlllnm Itosenthal tlon to his house on North avcnuo.-Mrs. ng of the O. h S. Tuesday evening was on Weaver street, nnd was employed by Kmmn Wilson nnd daughter of Middle largely attended and a very enjoyahlo 1 ,v, An,nr, w.u ..,.,., n., i, 11,1, v. vr' winiilnn wllli i, l. till. 1 ll'J juiiwwiiii; JJIUH'ttill "IB It'll uiowing prom am was ren- , , Brown s orchestra; tfolo, h, Mro. Landon nccom- iierco; .iiusic, urown s orencsira noio, Mrs. Bamforth, panlst, reading, Miss Oarrow; solo Miss wn not tf ,)(J foum, )n h,3 roQm nr ,n ()f MorrlsvliIo RI)ent tho week-md with ''en, James Watson Webb (appointed by Lawrence, accompanied by Mrs. P I). hp )0USB .in( u nvcat,R!1,nK R Was ',Mrs. Mary Farr.-Mr. and Mrs. Kara the pastor); junior warden, John J. Col Lawrence; recitation, Miss Marlon Mor- ,, ,..,,. nf Iir,iP,fl ,,ronn,l wnilnmn nnd famllv start this week for ''iiner; secretary, David .V Tower; BL! P. " " " , .Ph "1(;llf,PU: mulc'!tho bouse was found missing from tho orchestra. Inn feature of the evening , ,, f ,,. -.., ,,,,, . Vn fn V IT.. " ,, T, "...t . -.I and. .eoHh,: ;n " nm. Vr;, 7' received the prize, which In this enso Was a pound of sugar. Ilefreshments Were served by a" committee of ladles, Mm. John I). Martin gavo a dinner parly Tuesday night to IS men friends of Mr. Martin, it being his birthday. At tho annual meeting of the stockholders of the FlMt National bank Tuesday the following ofllcor-. nnd directors were elected: President, F. B. Dlckcrmnn; vice-president, W. II. Parlch; cashier. Jl. r. Brown: directors. F. lt. Dlckerman. 1 ney. C. L. Creene, A. U. Clifford and I F. T. Brlggs.-The Ilev. Gilbert E. Cady j of South Shaftsbury Is In town on bus!- ! GRANVILLE A i;o:i was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Royal F. R, Smith January A. B Wiiher returned from tho Mary Fletcher hos pital last week, somewhat Improved In health. Mrs. Carl Parrlsh has been spending a few days with friends In War ren. Mrs. Nellie Campbell returned to Thetford last week after spending three months with friends here and In Roches ter. Herman Ford wiu In Baric Mopdaj on business. LINCOLN Austin Baslow of this town nnd Miss Dorothy Riley of Rlpton were married at the Baptist parsonage Saturday evening by tho Rev. Arnot Dexter. George Wil liams received a severe scalp wound Fri day by being hit with a piece of Ice while working In the yard of tho Bristol Rail road company. He was taken to the home of Glenn Jackman and Dr. II. L. Williamson called to dress the wound. George Wllklns of Ferrisburg was a recent vlMtor at tho home of Daniel Orvls. L. E. Jackman was In Wnrrcn on busi ness Thursday. Mrs. Jnne Merrill Is In Rutland with her nephew Dr. B. D. Colby. Mrs. Ralph Sargent has returned from a visit to her brother, Walter Morgan In Ludlow. Her mother, Mrs. Mary Morgan, who has been spending several weeks there, returned with her. Vnrney's orchestra will furnish music for the duneo to bo given Filday evening In Jackman and Garland's hall. Walter Clark has employment with Vesper Thompson of Stnrksboro for the season, The Industila will hold an all days meet ing Thursday at the home of Mrs. John Benton. A meeting of the Farmer's club was held Monday evening at the homo of Mahlon Purtnton. NORTH FERRISBURG Daniel Kimball, Jr.. was taken from Poultney to the Mary Fletcher hospital .iiimuuy, iioneri -Miners operation was successful and ho Is on load to recovery. 1 ....lo r.,-,. i.. , f. , Lewis Coulett. Jr.. snent Sunday with Ills people In this village. Mrs. Darby I Hm of -Mr- llna 'Mr. Peter l.aliell ot has returned to Springfield, Mass. WIN ! Barre and for many years redded In this llam Dow Is able to be. out ot doors for ' village. Tho body was brought heio the first time In several weeks. C. Mil- ((Monday morning at 10:30 o'clock fur burial, let- was In Burlington Mnnda-Mr. which was in the Catholic cemetery. Tucker spent the week-end with F. M. I iI,s- JIattle Peaison Pinker died Thurs Sears. Marjorle Gage was home over llav "M't nt the Fanny Allen hospital, Sunday. Mrs. D. Ball and Henilctta "'here she undetwent an operation a fw Ball were In Burlington Monday. Tho da-VH previously. Sho wns 03 Ladies' Aid met Wednesdnv afternoon ' yenrs oid and was boin at with Mrs. F. E. Baker. ORWELL St. Paul's C. O. F. will hold Its annual ball Wednesday, January 23. Schools commenced Inst week for the winter term of 10 weeks. Mrs. V. Carroll, of Castle ton, died last Sunday. She was an Or well girl. lohn Cain and D. J. Leonard wero In Rutland Thursday. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Saunders Thursday. There wero 3.") present at the missionary meeting, held with Mrs. H. D. Branch, The funeral of Sherrle H. Burt, who died In Proctor January 7, was held at his late home In Plttsford. Tho Ice harvest Is over and the Ice never was finer. Don C. Styles, of St. Johns bury, ha.s been stopping with Mr. Branrh for KoniD days, working up plans for a Chautauqua for the town Caledonia County HARDWICK Horace fluwi p ilied at lho hospital Jan. 0. Mr. Gnwen is survived by his wlfn and two sons, Roy of Bnlicn-llclrl and Paul of W.-.torbury. Tho follow ing officers for llaidwh-k Oiaugo have beon elected for 1920: Master, Harry Hogabnimi; overseer, Ralph IVirr, secretary. Alice flogaboom; treasurer, Llonell IIIll; Chaplain, Ida Hahe; lecturer, Lizzie Paul; steward, Kenneth Conrad; lady assistant steward, Ruth Farr gate keeper, Wendnll Farr Ceres, Sadie Long more; Pomona, Luclnda Paul: Flora, Doris Brldg-.nan. Tho officers were in stalled January S Juines Crulckshauk ivum iirreMirr hv n,ll,.AH ll.mil ln fn. ,.i-i.i , i.,.., ,. .ivimiuji vti inuuaiiou, i. nucKMiuiim was arrested sonio time ago for non-support and was ordered by tho couit to pay $20. a week for the support of his family. which ho him failed to do. He will servo from four to six months hi Windsor. Ho i.s a stono cutter by trade. Chittenden County WINOOSKI Wlnocsitl Post, Mo, ii, American Legion, at Its meeting Wednesday January 7 elected the following olllcers for tho en suing year: post commander, Leo Abalr; vlccpnst commander, Lawrence McGrath; adjutant, Leo Emery; historian, Walter Smylo; chuplaln, Charles Ladue; flnnnco ofllccr, Edmund L. Dosautets. Thn post was found to bu In good financial stand ing and George H, Horton was elected past post commander In recognition of his elTorts of making the xst a success. Theresa Burhana was arrested January 7 by Chief of Poilre Barber for a breach of the peace. Theicsa hud got Into an argument with one of her neighbors, Cormcla, Augusta, and according to tlm witnesses of the argument, Theresa pull ed u rnvmr from her jioekot nnd mado two or thieo passes at Mrs. Augusta, but nt each pass shu missed her mark The razor was taken fmnj Theresa by John Bran don, tho owner of tho block whero sho llvpd. When sho appeared In municipal court to answer to tho rhargo of breach of tho peace, ahe pleaded guilty and was fined ; and costs amounting to $11.03 which she promptly paid. Notices havo been posted calling for a special meeting of tho legal voters of the town of Colchester on Tuesday morning, January 27. at nine o'clock In Horton's ,rln tn H(,0 )r lho twn wll) V()t(J to have the i)rovlslons of Act 1, of tho Laws of Vermont, Sec, 232 of the Public Htatutes apply to the annual town meting for tho .election of offlrnra m t,n hnhl nn Tim,iv. .March 2, 1920, Francis P. Brassor left Monday night fni. . ..... . accepted u govrrnment poaltlon. cMct of Police C. A. Barher, who wrtll t j0ntrcal Tuesday night with Special Policeman LMwrn-ri nnt.ndlri. nrmod with ibn nrnne nnnnru fn.. ih nr. rcst of ,,,, A,lt.ar(1 nPnvenue, who Is ,vnted hero for grand larceny, was ex- uected back last evening. Blcnvenue While a resident of Llils nlaco stonned nt Tuesday of last week he returned to his , ro0n)) coml)nll(T nf nol fcrinc; Woll j -,,.,.. ,,,, . , , ,,, ,,,, u ,,..,.. . ul f"u'" l'11'1 ho had appropriated a num- l'",r of -. V. fountain pens, a sult.Thumday evening at tho homo o r case, u clarinet, watch chain, and other articles amounting to about J150 or $200. , Me Rosenthal nollfld Chief of Police Barher. who Immediately started upon an investigation nnd aftor his Investiga tion wns concluded, ho found that Blcn venue had been corresponding with a number of young ladlen who resided In Montreal and had wired one lo meet him on the S'.K tr..ln that night. The chief i then wired tho facts to Chief of Pollco Belanyer of Montreal, with a descrip tion of the man wanted. When Blcnvenue . : . " ' ."'.' ... ' l!l'ltU'', 1,1 r ntr;nl h," WB" a reception by the ehlef of police Cly- .7" ,'mme I . X . inn, tiiii uvi iii.ii i.uii in.- in.., .in.. would hold him to nwalt oxtrndltlon. Monday nt olght a. m., Immediately af ter evening praer, the annual meeting of the members of Trinity mission was bold In tho church. The priest In chnrgc appointed F.rwln W. Thomas to the posi tion of warden. The members elected Fugenn V. .Tnbell secretary nnd Charles B. Mrtcalf treasurer. They also elected Messrs. Erwln W. Thomas nnd Edwnrd 11. Horton delegates and Mcests. Chnrles B. Metcalf and F.ugenc V. Jubell alter- , nates lo the next annunl convention of 1 the diocese of Vermont, which Is to be held In St. Michael's Church Brattlcboro, beginning Wednesday, February 4. ESSEX JUNCTION Mrs. Hattle Pearson Parker died Thurs day evening at the Fanny Allen hospital following an operation performed that afternoon. She wns CI yenrs of age, and had made her homo In this village with her two brothers, Hiram G. and William E. Pearson. Saturday marked the fiOtn wedding anniversary of the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Goodall. There was no obsorv, ance, other than with the family cir cle, of tho memorable occasion because of tho feeble condition of Mrs. Goodall. Their son, James, nnd Mrs Goodall of Fairfax passed the day with them and neighbors and friends called at the home to pay their respect to the aged couplo who nro held in the highest es teem by all. Word has been received in town of tile recent marriage of Miss Dorothy Fishier daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Fishier of 73 Chestnut street. Cedar Grove, N. J., to Mr. Roy Her bert Jacobus of that place. Miss Fish ier was a former resident of this place and hns many friends here. While liv ing here her father was editor of tho papers published by the Essex Publish ing company. He Is now editor of thi Rldgowood, N. J., News. Frank Lnbell Saturday received the news of the death of his nephew, Fiery L?bl "'h.k'h occurred on the afternoon ' nr Mint ilntii Mr l.nholl ivnu tip li,t . ot that date ...i. i. ."".ii ...- in. Mrs. Peter Lnbell ot iiaKersiicid. uuring tne past few- years sho .had made her home hero with her brothers, Hiram G. and William E. Pearson. A prayer service was hold at her late home Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. The remains wero taken to I Baknrstleld Monday morning and the fu l ncral servlco was held at the Congrega tional Church at that place at one o'clock In the afternoon, with burial at Bakers , field. The annual meeting of the Essex Trust company was held In the bnnklng rooms at 2:00 p. m. January 8. Tho old board of directors was re-elected, viz. J. H, Allen, ,Goorgo l-J. Bartlett, J. A. Kennedy, E. W. Henry, David Marvin, Allen Martin and jS. A. Brownell. S. A. Brownell was i elected president; David Marvin, vice- president: Earl W. Reed, tieasurcr. In terest at tho rate of 4Vi, per cent was m'-i dipositorn in tho snvings nccount for the past three months which will be continued. The assets nf the bank stand ,it something over J1.Ti.P0i) a' present. Fred H Slmonds died yesterdny morn ing nt his home on Central street af ter a lingering illness. The funeral ar r.ingomenta will bo announced later. Mrs Fro1 H. Slmonds Is confined to her room by illness. Tho four inch fall of snow Tuesday night has greatly Improved the sleigh Inn about tho village. Tho lumber men are making preparations for moving logs and wood. IL O. Whitney has sev eral thousand feet of logs cut In tho woodn nt Wllllutnu and will begin hauling to his mill aa well as tho 100 cords nf t-foot wood that will bo brought to thn mill yard. A. F. Pnraons, tho local Ire dealer. I lias iv force of men nt work cutting Ice tho river. J hat harvest yesterday measured 20 Inches In thickness and c.iear as a crystal. Tne output yester day went to tlio plant of tho Drurv Brick .V Tile company. Several farmers md small users are now filling their! l-,--il-''iEu. iiuiii imi UIIHIK 1110 Colli storago plants will commence this week-. Whllo Earl Rollins wns making a purchaho of oysters at lho Fletcher market Tuesday evening ho asked for one from his purchase us ho wished to eat it then. Putting one of the fat ones Into his mouth ho discovered It was apparently full of stones. I'pon ex amination they wcro found to bo pearls which wcro 31 In number ranging In size from that of a small pea to that of a small marble, Mr, Rollins Is now consulting a lapidary to ascertain their real value and has already tho promise of tholr being of some value. The teacher-training class Is to give an i nlcrtalnmeut at tho high school hall Friday evening at 7; I.'. There will bo music and rccltutloiis preceding a short play, entitled "Gerlrudo Mtmon, M. D." Following Is tho cast at characters: Gertrude .Mason, a young physician, Kathryn Howard; Bertha Lawrence, lho doctor's friend, Gladys Hunt; lOllu Gray, another friend of the doctor, Lucia St, Amour; Miss Jano Siinplilns, u spinster of uncortalii age, Sudlt Barter; Mrs. Van Style, one of the "4uo," Meilo Brlgham; Norah, Dr. Mason's cook, Dorothy Nor- ton; Marie, u lady's maid, Mamlo Thompson; a factory girl, Howena lllckfl. llltilu .,,. ,7.- un.it.ihh win, Kut"l Ullinn; from 8:30 unlit u:3. Tho following peo- pie have been asked to act as ehaperones for tho evening: Miss Hays, Miss Drake. Mr. Preston, Miss Stcvons, Miss Holley. Mrs. Barter, Mrfl. Illcks, Mrs. Metcalf, kiidi i'uiiuii ,iin. ... n. untuiiuj. CHARLOTTE Tho many friends of Mender Uervla, who has been seriously 111 for tho past elected omccrs. I no treasurers re four months, will be glad to learn that l)0rt of 1919 was read and receipts show lm hnn io far recovered his henltb ns lo be nble to visit his daughter, Mrs. Oeorgo -....in ...... i..... Ida Mnyo. hnvo gone to California to ppend tho wlntcr.-Oecrgo Kdgerton of Quechee Oulf visited his homo hero Inst H,iml,.vAll,nr! Khnrtslenves lias re. I n,rn,i f,-nm ih Mnrv l.'letrher hosnlii.l i recovering from an operatlon.-Ocorgo H. Lewis has moved to his new home which ' he purchased from Cora Williams.-J .Walter Pnrker Is building a largo nddl- Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Sturgeon. Mrs. C. P. Horsford has gone to ,,u , ,., Pi,i mib fnl ,,..,.i i... n.imii Mario Qullck Oallfornlu.-MIss F.mma Leavenworth Is I, r,,,..p i winrmalcl.-Thn choir irehearsal and community meeting Is on and Mrs. J. S. Williams and all the teachers In the Sunday school nro Invited to meet at the samo time. Miss Laura Whalley, who has been In Washington, D. C, the past two years was called hotrlo by tho serious Illness of her mother. Mrs. R, G. Whalley. ! IKTi 11 .Hi 1 f'.KNTKIf i ,i i ..hi c..., 1 UlCU Ul IU Jiuiini I" villi .iiiiihv i3i.li- I day. January 11, Frederick A. Fuller, ' .ngcci n years, mucin in in- ..unu Wednesday 10:30 a. m with burial at , ' ' noon about one o clock, was 77 years and nearly eight months old. Although ho had been In falling health for years, he was confined to the house but a few weeks and to his bed but ten days. Ever of an active disposition and wympathetlc iiiuuiu ii u whm roiei'infu uui- ul mi- helpful residents of the neighborhood, His home place was a model of thrift, nentneKM nnd nrder. tn which his friend liness, humor and generous hospitality.' drew man visitors, while his ready aid to those who were In any trouble, espe- cio.Il in cases of sickness or death will innir ho mmnmimrmi hIh snnt In church or at the social meetings of the church was never vacant when he was able to be there. On January 17, 1862. at tho"" 'u.neu u.emiio .mer pass.nB age of 19, he enlisted as a soldier In the ritii vr i em. B.nth Twl. ment. Ho re-enllsted February 1G, 1SG4, serving nearly through the entire war. In 1807 he married Miss Alice Blcknell who died in 1SS2, leaving two daughters f!mn nrt rt rt r,i,i in nisi h mnrrlert Miss Martha Cushlng, who alone survives him hlu rtniii-htnrii hnvhii. hnth illed nrp- vlously.' Tho funeral service was' held at his late home Wednesday morning at ten , o'clock, with burial at West Bolton be- j side his first wife and daughters. Mrs. F. M. Stiles went to Enosburg Falls Saturday on account of the Illness of her sister, Mro. Whitney. Mrs. Clyde Wilder has taken her daughter, Frc-dn. to the Proctor hospital for treatment by specialists for the effects of Infantile paralysis. Thomas Moran, who has been confined to his bed several days, Is now able to be nbout. Mrs. Moran, who ha.s been very 111 for weeks, Is slowly Improv ing. The Social Service club met with Mrs. Illgglns on Friday. The program was largely musical and was Intel estlng. After the program, the ladles were sur- I prised by the serving of a dainty lunch I prepared by Mrs. Illgglns, who expects i to be away for the remainder of the wln i ter. The Christian Endeavor society j met Wednesday evening at the parson- age. The program Included music In charge of Mw. Malzard, refreshments, and general good time. The hoys of the stur-H rliurcll ,.lll.a ar(. invited to meet I . .... . I i 9nniP iiliire SHtllrdnv evenlnir It . ... ,., ,,., ...i. in n njz.jni.-ii iiitii niv iiiiu'i-i-rii iuvi luihn of the church will be held for a while In private homes Instead of at the parish house. The library will be open every Wednesday afternoon, as usual, but will be in charge of different ladles In the village In the absence of Mrfl. Hart, on account of 111 health, Miss Mazlo Ransom, Mrs. Irving Thompson and Miss Dessa Bolger have given most accept able service. WESTFORD A quiet but very pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Smith Wednesday January 7 when their daughter, Florence Calkins, und George Allen of Mil ton were united in marriage by the Rev, W. W. White. After the ceremony re freshments wero served and the happy couple started off for a week's honey moon, The Fortnightly club will meet Satur day with Mrs. F. A. Petty. There will be meetings of both the Federated Church society and the Congregational Church on Saturday, January 21. Mr. and Mrs. George Allen, who were married January 7 at the homo of the hrlde's parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B Smith, re turned Sunday from a trip to Boston and havo now gone to their home In Milton, The school on Osgood Hill was closed last week on account of tho Illness of tho teacher. Miss Mary Ilaselton. Fred Rico is carrying on the farm recently occupied hy Ferris Phelps. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Campbell are assisting him. Tho local Milk Producers' association met January 3 and elected GeorRo Stuart president nnd Edgar Grow secretary and treasurer. EAST CHARLOTTE Mrs. Honry Claxton Is having an at tack of the grip. Brayton Clark has sold his farm to Frank Polky of Fletcher who will toko possession tho fifteenth of this month. Thn school at .Baptist Comers opotnd Monday. Miss Anna Hayes filling the vacancy mado by the resignation of . MUs Miiriorlo Cassldv The school ' taught by Miss Carrie Miles In closed this week to enable Miss Miles to attend tho Inte-r-Churrh convention at Poughkeep- ! sle, N, V. Miss Oenevlevn Horsford anil aiiL M:,h Jtnrufnnl. uhn have honn Id are improvlng.-Mrs. Sarah Horsford. who has been III for some weeks, In slowly rnlling.-.Mr. ami Mrs. .Muton Clark are moving this week to Shc-lburne. Mrs. Guy Baldwin and son, Roderlc, spent Sunday In Burlington. K. H, Lovo land, lho county agent, held a neighbor hood meeting at the homo of Leon Prln dlo Thursday afternoon and at tho home of Georgo Hazard Thursday evening, tho subject under discussion being farm ac counts. Grace and Mildred Baldwin aro visiting (heir aunt, Mrs. Georgo Hazard. Mrs, Lymun Devoid of Monkton Is vis iting Mr. and .Mrs. Loon Devoid. Wilfred Desautels has resumed blacksmith work, doing tho woik at his home. SHELBURNE The annual meeting of the Woman's Auxiliary t Trinity Church was hold Jan. 2 and the following officers wero elected: President, Mrs, G. R. Brush; vice president, Mrs. A. Uraham; secretary, Mrs. William Fletcher; treasurer, Mrs Curtis Page. Trinity Guild at its annual Blmr(li jiarthli Irish. Tho work was fol meeting last week elected tho following I (Owed by an oyster supper Mrs, Earl oTtccrs: Ptesldont, Mrs. Curtis Pago; ( (?,oss returned S. .urday from a two vice-president. Mrs, T. M- Thompson; weekB' visit with bur parents In W althani, secretary, C. 11, Cumbrldtro; treasurer, Mass. Her mother, Mrs, U. W. Benedict, Mrs. O, n. Brush. At a meeting hold n( tho residence of tho nov. O, It. Bruslt "ii , .rn iii-biii.,. .inn. i ,i.i;i..i ..unn ,. was organized wltn tne election or mo following officers! President, the ilev. o H. Brush: vlce-mesldenl, Mrs. Henry Trncoy; secretary, Mrs. .lames H. Norton. .Meetings will b0 held nn tho first and mini y mi in-rutvy t:v:iiiiin m in" iiiwii.i.i Tho Ladles Improvement society of tho Methodist Episcopal Church held Its An nual meeting with Mrs. O. N. Roberts " received from socials, entonain- nts, etc. The sale netted tho society 139. Tim trxMrxwlnrr nfTlnnr. H'.i-i. nnntri. President, Mrs, B. C, Marsotte; vice- 1'resuient, Mrs, w. w. Irish; secretary, Mr w- Webster; treasurer, Mrs. Miry Oates, The annual meetlnir nf Trinity parish was b'-Id Monday evening preceded by a sdl'Pcr nt C:30 o'clock. At tho meeting the vestrymen for tho year were elected ns follows: .Inmcs Watson Webb, Orvlllo Spenr, ltobert Ockerl, John .1. Collnmer, Irving II. Deyett, Dr. W H. Webb, Dr. W. H. Mitchell, Alfred Ockert, David N. Tower and .Intnes L. Mlnnll. The vestry men met at tho close of the parish mect- 'ng "id organized as follows: Senior war- treasurer, Irving James L. Mlnnll. H. Deyett, auditor. Delegates to tho an nual convention nt Brnttleboro were) elocted ns follows: James Wntron Webb, Robert Ockert, James Mlnall; alternates, John .1. Colls mer, David N Tower, Irving H. Deyett. A committee was appointed to make plans for more definite church work along the lines (1) of church nt- tendance, (2) religious education and (3) community service. The committee Is as follows: D. N. Tower, Mrs O. R. Brush, .Mrs. Curtis Paire. Mls I.nur.i f-nllnmrtr. JIrSl ""Iter Wells and Leon Pollard. ,,... .. t U" A l.nul,n...lt , wl (ackl(J lh(J v M A "at shejburne Th siielbnrne bnv fmtl vai-ii lnhllnnr 'r wnn,n:J the K,mf Ra'mc of tho .-social Lnion Haiurnay nignt li tho scoro of 8 (0 20 Dut tho y M A afi a h toUgher pr0pOStlon as it Is made up of a ljl)nch nf blg h9ky fo,OWH and a d ..,,, t.v,.. ,.. dependent team In Burlington The gamo ...mi ullr ,,.-, i, i . called at eight o clock, i GEORGIA "rc-oKs nas returned from a visit with friends and relatives In Lowell nnd Springfield. Mass.-Mra. M. O, Bragg Is l" Mrs. King of Windsor is visiting her ' soni Dr- ' King. Mr. and Mrs Ward 1 osl msmiieu me ouicers nt i.aKcsao Orange January 12.-Mrs. Harold Perry a, Iew wltn ller a'ster. Airs, u Perry. The Misses Sadie and La R. erry. The Misses Sadie and Laura HDer were unanie to return to tnoir respective schools because of mumps. The annual Grange banquet will bo held in me lown nan, r rmay evening. , -January 10. H. Hale Nye will act as umnimHsicr. L,uKesi(ie ijrange win ui the guests. Schools In the Center did not because of so many cases of mump.. lu the vicinity RICHMOND , Miss Isabel! Whltcomb of Essex Junc- tlon Is the guest of Miss Mae Green. A reception was given to Mr. and Mrs. i;. .1. course ny tne nipn scnooi pupun Friday evening followed by dancing. The school orchestra furnished music Miss Grace Gleason has returned from a two weeks stay with friends In Now York city. Verne Green of Whitehall. N. V , Is spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. Marcln Green. Mr. nnd Mrs. Louis Charland have returned from a business trip to New York The young daughter of Mr. and Mr. James Gannon Is seriously 111. Mary, the young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adna Terrien, who has been seriously 111, Is improving. Mrs. Marie Douglas was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Douglas over Sunday At the annual Red Cross meeting, held at C. H. Plno's Thursday evening, the samo otllcers wer ! re-elected, with 11. F. Rand, L. E. Doug- . . . las and J. W. Berry as the executive com mittee. ESSEX CENTER Carroll L. Stone nnd Miss Flossie May Parot. both of Colchester, were united In marriage at tho parsonage Saturday evening by the Rev. O. C. Wescott, pastor of the Federated Church. Veryl and Vonnle Dartt of thp University of Vermont spent the week-end with their parents here. Remember the social danae Friday evening at the town hall given hy the fifth and sixth year classes of tho high school. Caldwell's orchestra will furnish music for nn attractlvve program of dances. The united choir Is requested to bear In mind the date of tho weekly choir practice at tho teacherage Thurs day evening at 7:30. Victoria Morrow spent the week-end in town. The homo economics department at the high school began serving hot noon lunches to sup plement the dinner pall lunch. The prlco the past week has been three centn per person ns In former yenrs hut It has been found necessary to raise tho prlre to four cents In order to meet tho cost ot material. The Missionary society mot Tuesday afternoon this week Tho Outlook club met nt Mrs. N. M Whlttnn's Wednesday afternoon, .V speclnl collection will be taken at tho regular session of the Federated Sun- dny-school next Sunday morning for the purpose of defraying the expenses of equipping the membership nnd absentee hecretaries of the Sunday-school with supplies for tho year. Members of th Sunday-ochool arc asked tn either bring an unusually large contribution or send l It to. Mies Luella Myers, secretary and treasurer. HINESBURG Mr B. F Eddy Is confined to her room hy an attack of rheumatism. Tho youngest child of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Irish Is scrioiibly ill, threatened with pneumonln. Mrs. E. J, Corso returned lo her home In I'ndcrhlll Monday after a few das visit with her daughter. Mrs, 11. C. Lninsnn. Mrs. Jennie Ruel went Sunday to Charlotte to care for Mrs. Horsford. Cabana's orchestra of Burllng , ton, has been engaged to furnish muslo far the oyster supper and dnnce at the town hall Friday evening. Mrs. A. S. . Hull, of Burlington, Is rpondlng a few illiVK In town. . K. ninnrhnril. whn h.m . i" (luilo m ror twn ,vcc)f!. i, ealnlmr. .Meali & MeKcnzIn are installing a West- ).;cctrlc lighting plant In lho rest i ern deuce and store of U, J. Lewis. A. D. Murray has charge of tho wiring. On Saturday evening tho friends nf Mr nnd Mrstl. Ralph Harvey gave them a recep. tlon at the homo of Mrs, Harvey's par ents, Mr, and .Mrs. .1. M. Cussldy. They received many substantial gifts also a purse of money. .Mr. and Mrs. Harvey leave this week for Brockton, Muss., whero Sir, Harvey has employment. RIVERSIDE The Installation of otllccrH of the Pythian Sisters was held Tuesday January 7. The following ofllrers wero In stalled by Installing otllcer, Emma Dlckerson, assisted by Emma McKoofu and Lillian Crose; P. C, Leorn Klrby; M. E. C Allco Ayer, Ex-senlor, Lois Rogers: ox-Junior. Emma Haylette; man., ji;me Reynolds; M R. C May Moulton; 'm pi Annie Gallon: Pro.. Clara Bartlett: i