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returned with her for a short visit, Miss
Bernlce Harvey of Alburg was nn over Htmdivy guest of her sister, Mrs. C. U. Vinson. t)r. Andrew's little boy Is In iliiarnntlno with the mumps. Bucl Irish nf llutllngton litis heen In town for a few clays. Mr. L. C. MncGlbbon was at tho Funny Allen hospital Friday to see Mr. MucGlbbon, who Is gaining slowly. Word has boon received horn of the clcnth if F. A. Fuller at Jericho Center, making two deaths In the Oiand Army Post ivlthln a week. Funeral services of Miss Mary Powell, who died at the Homo For tred Women In Burlington, .Saturday, ivero held at the home of C. II. llaydcu .Monday nftctnoon. Interment was In the family lot, at Underbill. WEST MILTON MnurlcoOrungcr Is III with Inflammatory -huuniatlsm. Haiold Chnrtln of Burllng lon was u guest at I. T. Howard's Sun day. John Campbell of Sheldon Springs visited .Mrs. Mildred Campbell Sunday. Mrs. K. M. Sanderson Is visiting In llur. lillRtOIl, WILL1STON Joseph Bombard of Burllnftton was at "lis old homo here Sunday. Mrs. Frank Oermaln. who has been 111 for a Iohr time. Is Kalnlnc every day. Wallace Chnpmnn. Who sold his farm some time nc?o, and was to plve possession the, 21th of this month, was surprised Monday of this week to have two larso truck loads of Roods come, to take possession. Mr. Chap man has bought a place In Kssex Junc tion, but cannot move till the last of this month.-Mrs. A. 13. Paci Is confined to the house with a hard cold. Mrs. Kll.i lsradley entertained her uncle. Mr. Prentiss, throo or four days Inst wools, before, ho went to Canada on his Job. Harold Bryant who has a Job as spinner In the "Woolen mills nl AVInooskl. was at home the first of this week. His sis ter. Mrs. G. It. Whitney, Is at the Mary Fletcher hospital for treatment. Mls Phyllis Burnett has roiic to New York itato to spend tho winter. COLCHESTER The T!cv. I. H. Cray of Burlltic?ton preached at the. Union bervlce held Sun Jay, January 11. Mr. and Mrs. Ciray drove from Burlington, returning; after th service. .urs. J. M. Wrlqht Is re ported a llttlo hotter. Mrs. B. .1. Whee ock has returned from Shellmrnc, .vhere she assisted In tho care of her niece. Tho child Is now out of dancjt-r. Little Jan ice Bombard entertained five of her lit tle friends Saturday ufternoon. It bclnif the fifth anniversary of her birthday. Llcht refreshments were s-ervc .l and tho Mttle tots bud a good time. Herbert Severance, who has been spendlm,- lho 'lolldays with friends mid relative!) bore left Monday for Rutland, where he will vesiime his work. The Ladlet-' Auxiliary tlv Baptist Church will meet with Mr.-. Lyon Friday. Dinner will be serv ed. This bclns the annual nicotine, a i;ocI Htundanro Is desired. The Fidelity r'nss will hold a nicotine In tin parish Iioiiii .Saturday at two o'clock. All Kills V ween th .-iKet? of IJ and IS nie urged 0 be pp.sfnj. JERICHO lis. Nflht Iloiii,1 and Inlant oIl of i.urlint'toii are with b'r si iter and litis ; r.ri Mr, and .Mr. Waller Blaisdcll. I Harold I' t'k If ii'slstiutr his lather-In-I i 1'. 13. !'")-.IVfil. In l v station. Them I 'e 5iin. . iscs i f miimpii In town. 1 Mnivhla Moise Is ronfiite' to the mi.se t.Uli piieumo. In --Mis. Carl Schlll- , -t. mnirr, who i.s :ciioiilj 111, it. a llitte 1 Me coinlonalile at this wrllltifc. Wll-1 lain fcjhlll. Minnier r,f the I'lilverslly of j Vetinont i ..t ,iij;iio for a few dayr on cf.juii, of his niotbi'i's Illness. Miss ! th.i eehillhnmmer he- Bone to Fair- j 'llY wlllT. 'h.' llrlti f ,r.l.li... i.j l..nrthni i Biird-tt Mid Kvorutt and .Ml:-. Bulph .-tjv'l." ,111 conllnrd to tho house with tin; .uiiii.. ..lame's MeCtun. Utn a narrow . ri'u f -nm serious Injiiiy wlien he was in Intu lij tin' rblldreii coantlnij 011 the lib wVi. In miii l-noc'd-d down but no 101 , v.- "1 broken I " I'llV.IVI, 1 MILTON There will be a new year character arty at th Oongrrgatlonal vestry l'ri i..y miiriilne. Tlic young people of tho "nltul t;iuii,i .l rcniic dressed to re . resent thu ti'ie or some well known iciuk. A prise will he given for tho best MiierMinatlon. ar'ng soniethlng, a rlenil, i game. u song or 'Vats." .Mr.. Orvl.s Moyvlllc is not as ."..Mr. and .tis. W. M. Ran ial spent Sundny and Monday with' iilciids lu St. Albans. The unuu.il meiting for tho election of officers for, lb.' Modern Woodmen of America will be held at their lodge rooms next Mon day. January IS. Every member Is urged to attend. Refreshments will b. served. Marcnllus LaTulippe, who hai icen visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Dcnno, has returned to his home in Burlington. Clifford Shroyer has finished his work nt Montpcllcr! U- I.n... ..... ..I ... o ... i.wniu. vyiieoiei .nuwioii Weill to St. Albans Monday, whero ho huu a position with tlie C. V. railroad. HUNTINGTON MIbk Alma Falby entertained Miss Brooks over tho week-end. Miss Marjorlc Morrill icturncd to Rich mond Monday after a week's Illness. E. A. Fuller nnd family who have nil been ill, are Improving. Tho King's Daughters had a dinner at thc hall Wednesday noon. .Mrs. Bessty has gone to Monkton for the remainder of the winter with hor sis ter. Wayland Alger is still confined to the house by the grip. The daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Archie While, who has been seriously ill, is con valesciuu. .TONESVILLE Miss Daisy Hapgood of the probate of fice in Burlington spent Sunday at hor home here. Miss Mnrletta York went Sunday to the Fanny Allen hospital for Irentinent tor throat trouble. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Atkins were In Mnntpellcr aver Sunday A !,on was born to Mr. and Mrs. Len Cogue January C, being named Maynnrd, W. O. Lane Is In Boston for the. week. Tho Misses Gladys and Agnes Pccor visited friends In Essex over Sun lay. Mrs. Delia Illldreth is in poor health. Telephones have been Installed In thc homes of Captain Randall and Arthur Brassor. Miss Helen Stevens of Richmond was a week-end visitor of Miss ' Hlldroth Berry. Thomas Green has moved to the Berry and Shepurdson farm which they recently puichuscd of T. L. j Stevens. HUNTINGTON CENTER The ladles received til from the din-) ner given last week at the hall. Mr. ' and Mrs. Thomas EvaiiH rotunfed to I heir home Mondny after three weeks' visit with her patents, Mr, and Mrs. E. L. Gardner. The Woodmen will hovu a dance Saturday uvcnlnif. O. S. Brewster and H. J. Ellis attended tho dairymen's i meeting In Burlington Wednesday. UNDERHILL Thu funeral of A. C. Humphrey was hold it the Methodist Church Friday, January S, tho Rov. A. H. Sturges og Delating. Burial services wero conduct ed by McDonough Lodgo No. 38, A. F. and A. M., of which thn deceased wan a member. Trumpeter Bauson of the 3rd Calvulry, Fort Ethan Allen, sounded taps at thu grave. Tho bearers wen thn two sons, B. K. and S. E. Humphrey, II. F. Ross, C. N. Ktygles, E. W. Henry and W, G. Mend. The L. H. Bostwick X'wl No. (X), Q. A. It. and W. R. C. at- """" 1.HI II . I,,... .,. . .. ' , ... . " " ' ,' ., , , ""' " 1 I ...-II.. ! 'veronmny lne1ud.1Tghd.lov"1. rav mnklnn'nf1 X .h'T! , ."'nC .,h ""SM!? MclT5 n"' U ,tn,.lcfl' , 'rhc w"fk f "Voting will parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 71. Fielders, of of St. Johnsbury. who has been a guc,t etc from ihJ , rf .. i .1 . ","?,lnK "I' of lho report, whlrh wns lm- Montagiie.-Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Parsons contlnuo for some time for the purpose- of Watcrbury wore hero to attend the fu. of Carroll Sltluwnv !.,. enn, friends Tho. L T , ? C "lulled on tho accounts of Inst and son were In St. Albans Saturday, loading cars for various points InVor- nernl.-Mi. and Mrs William " Mncu" York ire tai 1 Li rn tend the funera l lTV yunl' lcft 11,0 bala,,co thu treasury ,$l8. They returned In a new touring car. Mr. mont. Massachusetts and New York.- chani and Mrs Mac utohan"' father I llttlo daughter of Mr v . 'r r I.I In eke l and Z gUU ,' f i X " iTu1" v ' BU,M un? ,M7' "VT'? "d dUrtl.r. of Harry Hie, of Jeffersonv.lle. who Lewis C. Mood loft foi Jack! ! Peck. TSriA If Illness: Dorchester. Mass Mr , ,i Z ' i- co-oiK-ratc, with thu vestry In rn-or- , Colchester, were In town Sunday.-Mrs. has recently been appointed to tho sonvlllc, Fla., where they expect to pass -Wayne, little son of Mr and " Humphrey of Mto Alh wl l natlng the rk and stimulating pare 1 Cynthia Mudgett, of Hyde Park, is pass- Customs service, as a visitor of his the remainder of the winter. Mr. Macut-, C. W. Barrows, who has bee. III for 5 UtaSlS m'?' 'V r,llr ?" n'Ctor' th0 ,lcv' afH"' d",'? lo;v"1V"1i,,nB - I'rol',Cr; " A U'Ce', W. han-Hmcnher.Mrfl.noMam0ndMaeutchan.,Hveral d J ge PcTalon , I lj Z and son K J lirl ntn?,i,L, lllt""'rd 13. Armstrong, was empowered At the meeting of the Sunday-school O. Morton accompanied the Davis child whose home Is with them. Is with her Mis. C. I . Cram ent Thurs dnV 1,1 and m"m M Palmer .md MfrV V 10 aP"llU " r0"""" l"rI of the Methodist Church, tho fol. to tho Mary Fletcher hospital tn Bur- son and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Toon E Hydo Park w t ho -mother Mod , inn Ilosco, Af Fsscx in, 11 '.J- Jncn ""d flv womnn 10 um,ln ln enrr" lowlnic omcorii were elected: Honorary llngton. Saturday, where It will receive Macutchnn. Frank K. Cooley left with ViUloau. Tho lattm. To has be n U man TWallhui wi nXl tn Ut ,he 0""" mndo by superintendent. Si. W. Hrush; acting su- treatmnt.-Tho followlnp: people were the Alncutclmn party expecting to accom for tcwmI week" l"wulnK Colchester -Ca'rds T UlRhop ,,a" a nation-wide pcrlntcndrnt. A. X. Southard: assistant visitors in P-urllnKton Saturday: Mrs. O. pany them nH far as Philadelphia on his Mr. and Jlrs. V'. I, l!f Imron lira con ' Km.iC ' ' Jam v7 r'n. The following were elected .0 , superlntem.ent Ft. Bla.sde.l: recording O. Pel. Mr, W. H WlKht.n.n. Mrs. B. way to Penn's Orove. .V. .1., 'w ere" Mr , fined to the house, suff " 0 ' -evcre of Miss Mndellno Schwele of this nlnee ,7 . " '-slrv,Ilc': "cnon, u. II. I secretary. . .-uumara; cor- -y ... 1. n anu .uiss and Mrs. r.leorBe 8. Marshall are now llv-' nolds.-H. L. Clark of Maple street Is n id Albori W ninm. Til Vv Morton, C. 8. Forbes. F. B. Morton, a. . rcspondlnB secretary. Mrs. Kmma L. Vln- Josephine Ollley. nnd w)lcrfi Mr. Coo,cy wm , t) , pUTcrlnK trom 1P B K IlumS ncrlcl V- "erryman. Or. W. B. ent; treasurer, Mrs. G. U, Butler! chor- St. Luke's Chinch, tho Bcv. Joseph rest of the winter. Ik C. lUbn nterialTCHun 'hlladelpir-Mrs J. W AUhlnw H Arn.oM' " KimhM M' N" "Uc,i' Tho ltcr. Miss Pear. Mitchell; onanist. Helen Roynolds, pilest l chaw. Immediately Tho 24th will bo observed as Installa- ' with re.at.ves?-Mae ' C.ar 1, daughte 0? vory Ill-It Is ronorte'd that L vestrymen otRanlaed lth the cledlon Khepardson. The appointed offlccra will after the 11:00 a. m. service Sunday tho lion day by tho members of Mansfield Mr. and Mrs. C-eorBe w. Clark. Is dolnu Moulton and Buel Trlsl " l ave pure ksed V-f ,t.h" to"7": Snlr ' X' " ,,nmc" 'atCr- mi 1 f 1 i'i ,m,Cm ?f S,1' J,OU"t'',l,, GranKC' Thcro wl n" all- "lccl- nftor '"' operation for append " of H. B Howar d hta mill property -M,s ,Kc,ton: Ju,,lor wnr,lcn- ' Morton; VPT nFI?K3HIIJr , lUn miss on was held In the church, day session; an oyster dinner, a short at the Mary Fletcher hospital. O. w. lone diet of W lmnTL visit n,: Jf""""'. - Bcrrymnn; clerk. Nelson WEST BERKSHIRE The : pries hi , charge 1 appointed Willhun program and Installation of officers and 1 K. H. Campbell went Saturday t, her datiKhtcr, Mrs. K. C. Cross, for l0,?rl"''tO'l! , ,,lsf"f"a't d"'H. Kim- Warren ChalTee and Kdna Chambeis ' f'ynn to tlio poaUlon of waiden. The It Is expected that the State Master O. Btowe. roturnlntr Sunday with Mr., few .lays.-lra Thorp was at homo over l'.11',, S' 1fe,,.I;,0,'beK V' flcctc'' p;irl!i" '',,,!rn married January :).-Levl Ooodhuo 1?. ''lit!' secretary, u. Martin will bo prcsent.-Thc prescnta- Campbell and son, Wendall. who ha Sunday.-Tho juniors will present their t C,k', l'1",,30',1-, "!in,U,U ,Icctlon tn t,,P of at t1"' Sl' MhAn hPltal Wednes- "."-3 ".V . , fy , """ 0f lho Amerlpf" the mem- been spondlnu several days tb-.ro with nlav. "For the Old T.W" d n A t! fJLC. ."' U Kimball. C. H. Morton, O. P. ,ny Januari 7. The funeral was held at C ?.olr'' W 'llnm h. Mynn .IcIcKate. and ,rs of tho H. H. Smith Women's Il.llef rclatlves.-The Bcv. QeorKe Fortlcr. w.io hall Friday evening. Tickets for re- ' served feats ure on salo at the dniK store. ST. GEORGE Clark Hinsdale was a visitor In IIIneK - butK the first of the week. Karl Ayer was an over Sunday visitor in Bolton nt the home of S. W. Toinllnson. Several of the children are out of school and 111. Thcro was no Sunday school Sunday as many of the children were lll.-13arl Plllsbury return-cd to i his school In Burlington Monday mornltiK, ;-.-Mr. Cnrr returned Thursday ,Iolel1 L Cianiburlln. Miss Orace AVat lome of Ira Chase. i son. V . H. H. Oreeno and Frank L. to the horn MILTON BORO Farmers arc busy llllln their Ice'1 ho V.k. mtcll Dicker has whooping rough and pneumonia and Wert Phelps Itussell Norman are attending school at tho Boro, Several from this place ntlended the dance at Victory hall Friday evening. Leon Lester ha return id to Wlnooskl. Flora Preston spent tho week-end nt her brother's, Calno Pres ton's. Franklin County ST. ALBANS W. H. Hale. Jr., deputy collector of United Slates internal revenue, has been assigned to duty for Franklin and Grand Isle counties with post of duty at St. Albans and has arrived hero from Bur- llngton to begin his duties. He will have an office on the third floor of tho fed- vestlgat.ng work outsld,; JrlIaloTakes sor Saturday morning, taking with him iiiii. .iit"ii, who was hcnieiireii in , . . . I rani. I n county court last week to serve ,!.?." t . " ir. fr..U "PV.n"i2 Harry Liberty, who was .sentenced in Intent to kill and murder Mrs, Joseph j KoDiiiMin nt swanton, and Wilfred Hnr nols. who will serve from four tn five yearn for grand larceny.' , Hairy 13. Rice of Johnson has been ' uppoinled a. deputy collector and In speetor of eustoms, class l, with station i at Inland Pond. Mrs. W. S. Bailey of Rugg street has 1 received news of the death of her brother, Wallace T. Goodhue, which oc- curreii ueceniher 2i: nt Ills home In Los Angeles, Cal from the effort,) of in- Juries suffered In an automobile accl- dent last August from which he never icrovereil. Besides bis wife and chll- dl en Mr. Goodhue Is survived bv three sisters. .Mrs. Ballov. Mrs.-. J. Tlerlanl nf Wcstfleld, Mass., and Miss KHa Good- . lute nf f'l,l..cr,. ,,.! I..nil.,. 1..... lug J Goodhue of Boston. ' , Xcivs has been received of the birth of a son to Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Conyers of .Montreal. Mrs. Conyers before her marriage was Miss Edna T. Elrod of this city. F. I". Aheltlne has purchafod the grocery business of John ("). Coillss on South Main street and taken pix-scsslon oi me Mime, uoin .ur. i.oruss anu .nr. Aseltine belong to the younger genera- nun in emei prising nun puoiic-spiriled buslnesr men of this city, Mr. Corliss having bought the grocery four years ago of H. T. Merrltt, for whom he was a clerk ten years, md Mr. Aseltino hav Ing ".icn in thu fish business hero sev eral years. Mr. Aseltluo retains tho llsh market which for the present will re main on I airfield street, but eventually , will be merged with the grocery. Among recommendations for c-ome changes in the conduct of the affairs of the First Congregational Church during the coming year, which wero made at the annual meeting of tho church and society Thursday evening, was one pro viding that thc church be kept open during the month of August. This recom- mendation was adopted. Two members of the board of directors whose terms expired this year were elected to sup ceed themselves. Thu members an ore Oenrg.i S. Wright and S. S. Russell. The llifiVtnri: Lit At- AlaniArl T , nn nitLVt-un. II. JO. JWlCKinHOll WHS (JieCl-L'U I Sunday school superintendent; ... L. Rcy- U CarX" -TX mtfr MenivM- f,! Cummlmrs. thr. ehnlrnm.. r.t lhn hn.rH on Cedar street Thursday afternoon after an Illness of 13 months. Funeral services r":,,"l,'at.- M"?'" C-hyich Bawrdajr morning at nine o'clock-, the Rev. J. J. Herbert B. Reynolds died at his home on the lako shore Friday morning at six o'clock. He was 53 years old and is Mirvivod by his wife and four children. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of the Woldcn National Bank, held Tuesday morning, tho following directors wero elected: J. Gregory Smith, E. A. Chltlenden, S. E. Royce, Leo F. Wlllbon, John P. Rich, W. F. Cunning ham. Tho directors subsequently organ ized with thu election of tho following officers: Chairman of board, Edward C, Smith; piesldent, J, Gregory Smith; vice presidents, H. A. Chittenden and S. E. Royce. Tho annual parish meeting and supper of St. Luku's Church took placo ut tho parish houso Monday ovoning. Tho sup- ,.... pvi vvmi, loeei'iiing uiu iinitiuii business meeting, under lho direction of Mrs, Myron N. Buck. At the parish meeting uncouiaging reports wore rc ccived fiom tho following organizations Parish Guild, Woman's Auxiliary, Sun day school, Junior Auxiliary, Oirls' Friendly society. Altar Guild, Linen Tens. The report of the treasurer, a. P. Berryman, showed nil bills paid and a substantial &um In tno treasury. There were receipts of -j,(i.ia; dl&bursoments, 13,01155, leaving a balance of G8.S7. Spe- fie place of John W. Gaynor who has ",'" " '"' " Held cemetery, tho Rev. W. W. Smith of- """"esnments were served. Many presents v, ;v7n ,V" ? " " n V , I3dna Tavlor Insta ling officer Clam bee,, assigned to duly at St. Johnsbury. "' 1 "' L(1 nMall- netlng.-Fred 11. Potter Is lll.-MIss werC reCelVe" by the brlde' Mr' ilnd Mm. t VS 7? m BradleNI ies Trie GulKk of the There were. 1.1 births, two marriages. by C. K Graves past chancellor com- Anna Somer, of Greenfield, Mas., Is visit- Stuart will reside in Noyan, P. Q where rhutv in' Wwen l eather company , and II deaths In tho city nf St. Albans er- A buffet lunch was served and ln(? at Mr. churchlll's.-Mr. and Mrs. Roy 10 hils P0"""" as Canadian customs XliJJhl?n ,SlJ Z Monda XtZ New Yorl- rttv t her- during tho month of December. 1011-. or-J ,n"p"B wnB 0"-, f , , iGowan and children have returned from n"Pector. Mr. Stuart has the distinction u'"'' " h" t I , M .? " wi ten day- i'h , cording to the records at the office of1. "" meet ng of the stock- 1Jardwlck. Tho funcral of Mr Gowan,a of serving three years and three months ",?'" brothers Iul and "ail Gulk -Fm1c Clt Clerk B. M. Hopkins. The girls ex- '"U,n' th, l Co,.., y Savings fatner waR he)cl )n H(mIwlcI. Thursdav. overseas In the Canadian army being as- T v h?U h mit l DeVelf who has Llv contlncc, to the ceeded tho boys by one and the deaths B,lk 1 ''":,t fcnpany Tuesday Tne 15everends A. S. Bole of Hardwlck slBnp" " thc Mh battalion. V. R. c. He wmLr Jrv'J' J! ,i p house y nine" Is Vb"o to "l" out again wore d.lded five male and nine female. a1f,"no. Jf'??, w",e and A. B. Ross of Kast Fairfield, called ,wa merely wounded before ' "1 LnZ Wt ZJ$Zn J'' -KuMi .11 " daugh o o Mr and M s! The oldest person to dl was 91 years Wes" Horow M TellHTaTr' 0" the "V- W' W' 8m,th th,S Vll,aBe te? ZZ&f? V "i H CnflnP" S f7r January FZrSto po Sk n" I, a JlcMm of th n umpl- old and the youngest lived onlv two '. .u .V eckN A,or,"-c . ehs -of I'all- Saturday afternoon. The Rev. Mr. Bnlr. will 10 hospital treatment for many months. ..... ry.. r.a. I? .rePns r, t. i -j of directors, W. D. Chandler, and of tho ,., ,., " 7 --i ""wi Roderick Chatlln, a soldier In tho Civil' were the stormest days and nights. On various organizations connected with the " "', V' BOne to r'htio1 Co" War, died at tho nomo of Peter Rabideau the night of tho 17th n couple of waves church and society. Including the Young J,.,,,:" , ',! , ,?" ',"nln,nte'1 c,c,'s.s I Wednesday morning. Mr. Chafiln had struck tho top of the ship and it was People's Union, recently organized, were o' ' ,J Z , UUaRa aml " spent his entire life in town having lived considered remarkable that the veasel given. Preceding tho business meeting a ? h. vlllnee , VH"", f'n what K 1nown ns 1,10 Notch road- 6Urvlvci1' banauet was enjoyed. ,lof ) 'u- loZcou aitToT f- 8tt6 TaX C.m,.Sl0ner AZ'F. .f Mol" 1 "' B.o"5 'i. at i"" ."P'".0 I uoyie oiueiating, ami the burial will take, rtarr place in Holy Cross cemetery. Mr. 1 0f t McLullough was a member of Lodge No. h, Fci,orji baskeih-ill t,.-..., ..inH ,. 23, Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen thH !a ? aDeri daygtl he of America. He Is survived by his wife, Bnmo resultB favor of the Uc ford an.l two sons, Albert E. of this city and , earn by a score of 11 to II U'Cnror" George W. of Poughltcopslo. N. Y. THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JANUARY 16, 1920. ucncK, n. Bcrryinan. and A. N" Buck were clecled delegates to the dio cesan convention which is to bo held at 1 Btatlleboro next month. News has been received of tho death '",f M!,R Theresu O'NIel. formerly of this city, which occurred at her homo In Los AiiKeles, Calif., Oeccmb.r II. Tho annual parish meetlnp of the First Universal 1st Church -ran hld Monday evening, and the former board 01 ."""alecs was elected as follows: N. V' PoMt' chairman: Ashton P. Koule, clern; V. w. Denlson, clerk: and Mrs. oui.iiuiu. j lie reporc. oi tno secretary was satslfactory, showlnt: no llablll- :-n ' balance of about $250 on Hand. Itcmarks were made bv tlv Pastor, the Bcv. T. L. Drury. Proceed 11,0 mcetlnu supper was served. At the annual meeting of the stock holders of the St. Albans .Messenger company Tui sday afternoon the follow ing directors were elected: Kdward C. Smith, J. Gregory Smith, N. F. l.'Iicuyer, F. A. Chittenden, John T. Cuuhlng. The directors elected tho fol lowing officers: President. 15. C. Smith; vlce-pretdrleiit, J. cjregory Smith; manager, treasuiur and clerk. fC. F. L'Kcuyer; educative committee. ,1. Gregory Smith, X. V. L'F3cuyer, John T. Cushlng. The Joint Installation of the officers of 1 nltv ,-0"B" No. ,!, Knights of Pythias. "' h"r: a Temple, .No. 16 ythian haters, took place nt Pythian ball Mon- ;,a5' 'V'nlng. The officers of l3merald Temple were. Installed by Mrs. F. O. Jack- manager, assjstlng. A past chiefs em- C. 13. Schofi'; vlce-pri's'c'ent. Nelson Good- . ti... ii n.itin. speed; secrelnry. .lolin It. lllson; treas- ' Aal.()n wVRson. liSMstant treasurer, 8ori 13. Thorp. ENOSBURG FALLS n D '-amonda is thc caretaker of tho skatln''' rl,lk f"-"""' f Henry Ladue as ".::T:.A"r"": J",loraI w,la heM JIo"'lay afternoon at West Lnoshurg, was a member of the Millemoi, club of this place. He was a the late Ransom Austin, who for many years bad charge of the cream sep. i i i . at. armor miuioii on inc orancn. nc ior- "lerly owned the farm owned by John Dow.-Tho Wachusett creamery has be- 6l"i Mlllng Its Ice houses nt thc plant., hauling the Ice in motor trucks owing lo lack of snow. Mr. Rohie will fill tho new I one near his own plant. Mrs. C. C. Whit- ney Is improving frnm an Illness. Mrs. V 11 V..i Iw.nn .nvlti.r fn Unr T A Demur was called to Montreal Saturday by the death of a sister. RICHFORD At ;i I January of tho nienilni. T,.,Hv vri,. r, . - C, of the stocklioldors Rlehford National Bank, , . . . the following directors wero chosen: , C. A. C.tirdyne, B. 11. Combs. Dr. G. S. cinr k r,, r. R. W. Adams, A. N. Clapp, Porter. C. M. Borlght, L. V uriKni, i. annul, ur. n. uerrlCK, II. O. Holt instructpd , mHk rpnort Knon H possible. The directors who make up tnla commttec are R. W. Adams. B. II. i CombB ant . Q, oU.Tho 15th ! ho 15th ; Rlehford held at annual meeting of tho iwiiuu; the company's office here January 5. The following officers were elected: Prcsl h , "f, smith treasurer w ,,' -.' ,,l. ,.. T V S..u. dent, Col. L. C. Leavens; vice-president, and manager, llliam H. Greene; luditor, L. F. Smith; directors. Col. L. C. Leavens. W. B. Greene. W. L. Durkec. L. F. Smith, William II. Greene; executive board, W. B. Greene, W. L. L. F. Smith. TI.i . t . , , -' -' Friday by the death of their uncle Wal- ." ' " "' ""u '" " "v""! ng from blood poison. Bernard Chavalit of Brattleboro, visited at tho homo of his iiarents, Mi,'anil Mrs Frank canavnnt. over the week-end. -Mrs. Kor- est I. Jellnw Mini iiiouiiio.. ,,n..rt e wher, 1. til, vili. t ., i ho former's , n?ri"ntV.Ti, m i WEST ENOSBURG Mr. unci Mis. Wlnthropo Hubbell of Knosbuig Falls passed' a few days last week at thu . homo of Mr. Hubboll's father, M. L. Hubbell. EAST FRANKLIN Mlt-s Gertrude Tlbbcts has lho measles. -S. B. Whitney was at Rlehford Frl "iv ....iieasier .lunior c ollege ai is minora Powers has icturncd to Worcester, Alr.pu . ili...... i. ..- . ".'.' rnu in ilill'llllia M'HOOl, I', C. llainiuond was In ICIclifnrcl last week. FAIRFAX -Miss (iiiswold, who has been vistlng hor mother und brother, Dr. A. Grlswold. has returned to heir duties ns nurso In the Sainniltan hospital, Troy, N. Y. Gcoign Johnson, of Boston, Men's,, formeily of this nla'ce. has been imsslng few days In town. .Mrs. Horn, of Can- d rectors c. He. I.nm -d at elv thr fnt endicitl Plentiful sells from 8 to 30 cents .a pound, was taken to the Hardwlck hospital or De"a foster and daughter. Ildah. who ZZ office " te Hh en ''P de ' Is vlslthig revives In town. Ip?e5t,,a,ld, muU01 from 30 to 5S cents! treatment Sunday.-Tho Infant son of . 'Kneefand's1'' stHa'""!.'? Dr. H. S . Herrlck! vl.-e president C M Curtis Oilman U moving to Cambridge. p'o h!ne ls wry high, a suit of clothes Nelson Grant Is 111 with scarlet fever- at .f""0 ,"e e'a"f .""Tl,.?' Borigl t : lr nporary cashier A N Cl'app where he has bought a house.-Emerson that btto hc tor two guineas The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler " ber, ItoPo" ' ?P ',1 t i A meeting of three to secure a location SpauldtaR has purchased a round oak now "8ts n,ne Th ualn proposition was taken to the Hardwlck hospital, suf- iZ C? 1X11,, , ' r ' . lT.J. f a"" nlneleas furnace, which he has had in.lls 1ult0 a Problem over there. Scarcely .ferine from spinal meningitis. 'I? V.u?.'"5 clay-c. w. Giant was a business visitor 7 V v -taiMrt.. o . , V , 1 """"" '""css.-.nrs. miss or tho vistor at His sister's Mrs. T. N. V deto's, In Enosburg Falls Saturd iv-F II Cham 1 olnt' N' ', . I ,f,ay,'-11 Decker, slcnary work. Miss Laura Thomas. A. P. , Elmore Mountain district has been spend- Monday.-The attendance at tho vlllag. ber.ln s S f Swn"t0''' Hrrv McCr 0,"'UB.1" V,,H 8,mUh Bnd "' S' Matthowa and Mrs. Nlclo Ing a few days with her daughter.' Mrs. schools Is very small owl, " Ii- served on a Ju y.-Mlis sinrldn I lo I - town. 3rf.. "ar regor. who has Magoon were appointed to serve as u Percy Sweetzer. Mr.-. Sweetzer has been epidemic of mumps.-Tho installation ol tl-n. of St. Armi nd Que., was u recent ':U"n eMim, L3 ,1, lm,rov",f-Thn comml tee on the apportionment of the o.f duty as housekeeper at tho Morse Grange officers occuncd at tho regulat guest nt ,h,. homo of S irVhltuey - f "'TV n caught n 17 0CCU1?C" ,hy """T' 'V?,'1 h tr"W W"' 0Jectct " Lumber company, suffering from an ulcer'- meeting Tuesday .nenlng.-Tlii officer .Schools In this vicinity begn i est veek. 'Pf0"" LUaCJ?urfa VCmbor f l?0 vi" "m com,"ltteo 'r , ated tooth.-MIss Gleudora Churchill elected at the meeting of tho America: -M. H. Powers has rutun ed to South C l,n?"7 hhtr. ,nd Ur?B" r?nII,t T FT' . , , '""'c ,trcaliuri,r' 1 I''rl"a- "Ib to Burlington for a Legion wero: Commander, Clyde Chee.' Lancaster. Mass., when, ho Is attend f .,v?1 ' ?' KT,, ndd ,BCk wind iwvcd nnd A. R. Straw clerk. Mr Straw was week's stay with frlends.-Mr. and Mrs. man; adjutant. 11. C. Melenriv; u, . ' "u "ici.ua- . from bu ng burned. elected to sorvo as a comm ttco on thn ii. A. Hmniinv ri..r.....i u..,r.i.. .- . , ,, , ' "" St. Albans Friday, with burial nt I3ast Franklin. Mr. Coodhue, who was 61 years nT n i t rl tl 'Ct1--f.fi T n M llnAort ti1t t tr. HI l"L UhVl CJ 1 1 VI c l .tviifc n vvi nilUII a, kKHV weeks ao. He is survived by throe daUKhters, Mrs. James Elrlck, of Swan- ton, Mrs, Byron Paso, of Bradford, Mrs I3llls Preston, of St. Alhnns. nnd two sons, Asa, of Montgomery, and Harrison, of thh plnce. SHELDON T. C. Jcnnlson Is eontliied to the hoinxs with a hard cold. Mr?. Florence Orav of nresndeld, Mas-s. by the serlouv lllr M. O. .Maurice, n was called here her mother, Mrs. 1 to her home Tuesday. MUs On r.vno of Jef- of her fntho- i.. r.' fersonvlllu was at t'i for the week-end.- Arnold spoko In . Congregational Church at Bakersfiel.l Friday evening.- A. T. Holmes of St. Albans was a bust- liens visitor here Tuesday. FAIRFIELD. Mls Helen Brill of Newport. N. W.. is : cl.lld.lGi:bort Doane is visiting at vitiiritio nr iiia inmn nr r i t-c t w wmw- the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Doane. BAKERSFIELD Mr. and Mrs. It. O. Mudgett of Kssex lunctlon were In Uakeistleld Monday, also Mr. and Mrs. W. 13. Pearson of Lssex Junction. Tho tuncral of Mrs. Hattte Palker who dU.(1 nt tho y A)len hosptal JaHt Fr(lay( wns he1( ut thc congregational Church in this village Mondav afternoon at one o'c ock -The re- UHLZ Bakersflcld Is favored with snow sufficient nw.t ...i-ifttiiiits. t .... I aro m,ninp riullc frec'5' ENOSBIIRI to make good sleighing. Wood and lum ENOSBURG N. B. Carpenter, aged 81. resident of I the town for over 60 years, died Thurs- lay . t thrhom;ro7hl. XuVT." r. tc Lll8. '."'fr1 .r.S; Saturday at the home 'by the Re'v. R. A. IJurns , survived bv two "daugi , . M ... . K-Mrt ' f " h'r (. II Fairbanks w?th whom 1 2M0n ' ,ar(J Qf nichford.-Wrfght TP Colo dmiirii. iiHUKii- and .-., iiiu "ill- ci3t;i, .Ulh. LBCJir kll- ana one sister Mrs. Oscar Wll- frnirt im nenHIe p llmo in NV- v.i, ,n,. n". If n ,Vrp 7 t . . C " """"s "i . oioven s. . ... EAST BERKSHIRE , The harvesting of ico for the two creameries has been going on the past Week. MlfiS Sllsie MnfTatt. whn liriu h.nn Passing two weeks at her home here, has ireturned tn Manchester, N. II. Mrs. Clifton Benway entertained tho B. B. B's. iat her home Tuesday evening. Kdna, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. ,). .. ...l.n I.Ann .... tl.nt 111 with pneumonia, Is recovering. FLETCHER. Mrs. John Nolan was in Wlnooskl T.-o.lc,..ls January 7 to visit her brother. " . v " --'-. .... stalled In his house. MONTGOMERY w 0. W. G. Brown of St. Albans, acting pastor of the Methodist Church here, was entertained at the home of Mr. and --' canicu m cuu nome oc air. ana Mr.-. George Richardson Sunday.-A new " l" "iuoi nouie. -Mrs N. S. Parker and son. Charles. have been passing a few days in Burling- ton. Richard Parker has gone to Nashua, N. H.. whero he has employment.-Mrs. J. A. Flint and sons. Russell and James, who aro ill. arc, improvlng.-W. H. MofTatt in in Waterloo, Que., on busl- ness.-Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller have returned home from Bristol, Conn., where they havo been visiting their daughter, Mrs. James Nowclty. MONTGOMERY CENTER recently. The Hcv. J. A. Coto Is In Mon- treal this week. C. F. Hall lias gone to Greenville. Me. A reception was clven , . , i.llll..... ....i .. . l"lr' "" 1 "I..IIU v.onngs, .ir. nna I Mrs. Sheridan Dow and Mr. and Mrs. "aylord Foster at tho Baptl-U Church Saturday evening. unrml Duso wns a recent business visitor In MorrtHvllln Joseph P. Martin of Detroit, Mich., was in town this week calling on friends. Grand Isle County ALBURG Mrs. A. W. Darby and daughter, Ellen, were In Roures Point, X, v., Saturday. J. Hislop, of Boston, Mass., who Is In town buying hay, was called homo Thurs- I day by tho Illness of his daughter.- Thn annual meotlng of tho Pnion Con- rhiireh ...m ...... ...... hit-Ktiiium.. - " .tiuouuy evening ui i.. n. i-eiorsnn Tho are: three Rico: leader. Mrs. the big which is used to supply the mfK r0uto. has been conn'""" unci the big house now holds fifteen thousand tons of excel - officers elected for tho ensuing year 27 In Ptrklnsvlllo of Orchlo Leon Goodrich nicotinic at tho church n.irloru i.vi.i,.,. .n,.n.,.i ... ,i, i,...... .... ' Moderator. M. r. Molt; trustee for, and Ella May Hoyt. Mr. Goodrich was afternoon, nt whlrh time tho following Um... Stroud i,R ..tomi . ' years, t. . leierson; clerk. II. A. lormcrly an esteemed resident of Stowu. I officers were elected: President. Mrs. n,,viv ,,B1i. ..ft- ir. ' ..' ' treasurer, w. Stiles; cholr Tho Rev. M. 13. Baton con- Mlnnlo Steele: vice-president. Mrs. ir.,. ,.n iir- n t M'nJ ... . I , Mir. v- hlllcHj and organist, ducted a funeral service at tho homo of.nlo Blcknell: secretaiv and tre,.Kor..r frn.,, Minn., -a i., ' .V j, B. McKean.-Tho work of filling Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Muyo at ono Mrs. Lizzie Munson: chairman of si,.,: .nndn.i ihn r ,h , , LT . ' Ico plant or me Rutland railroad, o'clock Saturday afternoon for their in. nor committee, ji. n,.nrr., n in ... ... .'. .'. "" 1 iiufll convention of the diocese of Vct-niont which Is to be held In St.. Mlchac 'a Al... l. i ... . , , ... , I ... . '"-H"""t. ycuuca- NORTH HERO The l3pworth LcaRUo hold Its flrit meet- Inn of tho year last Thursday evening with Mr. and Mrs. SiHIri-ovc at tho parsonage. Miss Lcnnlo KnlKht led tho mcotltiB and road an Interesting paper on "How We May Make the New Year Buttcr Than the Old." The latter psrt of the evening was spent In games and "-oircsnmenis were served ny Mrs. ,nc"Srovt' T1'e next league mti4tlrig will bo lle,tl wltl1 5Irs' acor"'3 Tudhopo on Thursday evening, Jnnuary IB, end it la tu:'1 " , ' l"lcn,U V' 1),odd3J,8 retl , 1 1"a,', '' " l.,cro h Rnnt or may ho returned from somo time wan relatives. i.-nauncey x'. Hazen Is In tno .Mary I-letcher hospital, whero ho. t.nderwcnt a. dangerous operAtlon. Tho Misses Mary and GladjB Tudhopo spent. ftaiurciay in BurlliiKton. Lawronce Cam l i. .i .. .... XoVk. .T' " 1.., lu.fC: ,Dodd, r,m " ' Dodds farm ISLE LA MOTTE Miss Katie J. Pike, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Pike of Isle La Motto, and J. Howard Stuart of "Noyau, P. Q bon of G. G. Stuart of Manchester. N. H., were married at two o'clock January . In Burlington by Dr. John A. After spending a few days in lbvy f-?turnl to the home of t Hamilton. lamiiton .Montreal the bride's n""l much to the surprise of Chaay. N. V.. and hi, U Lamoile County STOWE J,I0U,M and "U,e S0"':f lh,-v",a"? b0 hfI" thls man. returned to Stowe on Christmas nlng.-Gtenn Perry spent a few days at mY iL"1. .v, i r. . mother in Penworth.im. Luiiii9ip rmmiv , , - -"'. England. The voyage took eleven Mrs. Houston had to enter her native country as an alien havlncr fust- tint im t. . . hl.i .... i -i.i. ... . . luniiini un ttniurjuan cuizen. tine nail to ... .. . .. u. .! -juizen. nne nan to S tnrou1 a1' thP formalities as If she lwcre a Gcrnlan The police came asking questions for three weeks nnd when she , . ...v.p n inuoui sue nan to re- port to the chief of police in a nearby town, she had thumb prints taken four ainereni times, stamping them on four different document. Rhrt wno Inl.l l,.. she must report to the American consul tlt Manchester during the last 10 days of her 8tay but before she came home that WilH "ono away with. Mrs. Houston had ,not seen her mother for six years. She than before tho war, except flour, which sells at five pounds for llVid. (23 cents). A j i f . , . .. . . .,.,' ,. .. ". " any uunennss are going up. In Mrs. Houston home town of 2,400 Inhabitants building material cost four times as much as nerore the war, and it Is not allowed to raise rents until two years after th! signing of the armistice so that there H no encouragement to build Mns nt th no encouragement to build. Most of th.. four ro0m cottages in the village nn. ne cupled by two, and in somo cases, throe fammeB. One twelve room houbo had ten families living In It. Mrs. Houston had pleasant time with her relativof. friends, but was obliged to leave for home without waiting to see hor youngest hrother. who has been a soldier in India three nnd a half years and who was ex- pected homo for Christmas. Mrs. Houston left there December 13 and if she had not .sailed then could not have done co until the last nf n,hrnm. ti, ,.,, .!, was very rougn, the roughest trip the "Orduna" ever had. Tho 17th and ISih nursaay morning after two years' III. rief,s from cancer of tho stomach. Ho was 3" years of age in November. Ho was hnt ti In ti..,wlf...l .....1 nH.l l.n.i I!..-.. ... r. - . ............ ,...u uvin in niowci tho Inst 13 years with the exception of two l'fars ln Shoreham. returning from ic, spring, .nr. uenuey leaves his wife, Flora Barrows Bentley: thrco children. Myron, eight, Flora May, five. .um ovoin,, iwo; ms inoiner anci step- 'Tnlnnx f nwl f 11...... m 1 1 v iifinj i. urmim round living conditions over there better! Francis K. Peck, an aged and respected 1 B""u,' i- ."""""i "' "ur", "e " al ,ne than expected. The prices of all foodstuffs citizen, passed away Monday at the home h"!"Ch 5,rl,laj' 1atrn Tl10, Kev and clothing are controlled by the govern- of Henry Vigeant. The funeral will be Uy I nlclatti BurlaI was m KaS ment. evervthini' sells fnr four ,i.r,on held frnm ii.o i,n.n ti,.,..j.. .i... .... Cambridge cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. of Shoreham. and two sisters, Mrs. Nelllo encored, There was a good attendance. A. W. Edwards is attending the dairy Tnlmadse of Albany, N. Y and Mrs. -Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Coddard and son, men's meotlng In Burlington this week. ,riu" ...eKuij ui louiuiey. .uuen sym- pathy Is felt for tho bereaved family. Tho funeral was held at the Congregational Church at two o'clock Saturday after- noon.-At the postponed annual i.iiii.iiH oc me mac. ..iMigruKaiionai society Wednesday Jan i inu .uuiuiii reports wc.ro lead and discussed and It revision of tho membership roll. Mr. nnd I .,.. a i- v ... ..I ' - io. ... ... .r...o ....u o'ti-iv'.-ii nn an-. fant son, Harry, who died suddenly Thursday evening. The burial was made ln the Illvcv Bank cemetery. Mrs. Mayo's , .................. ... ..... ...... .... w.Mn.vi Kieguiioillll UJIlirCU Held nil interest nc l.nnnu lr.i lirnknn 11 f 11... ...1.1.. .. I . OI'OS in tile linnnirl Al. WfMnUr... Tn. No. r.l American LckIoii will take place n. .',.nin. nr tr.., r.. - . .'" tl.fc, (I - i- ! iwiiwitui movlni? picture entertainment for the Is postponed from tho 13th on account of tile pictures wlilcli could not be obtained for tho earlier date. The family or Frank HolsllnKton has been In eiuarantlnc for two months and a half for dlptherla. Several of the. children nnd Mrs. Holslns- ton have been 111, but nil are recovci Inr. Miss Katherlno Smalley has finished her work In the telephone office at Jef- fersonvllle. and returned homo and Is as- sisting at mo stowe ottice. Tlicro will be an exhibit of 80 American navy slides at tho Community Scrvlco next Sunday evening. Kdmund W. McClbhon who served as clilet electrician on lho U. S. S. Manwell during tho war, will glvo the lacture and will furnish a collection of viws taken by himself while in the service. JOHNSON Mrs. Hattlo Pearson Parker, of Essex 1 1V. who came on a visit a few I weeks ago, was taken seriously 111 and was taken to tho Fanny Allen hospital Thursday, operated on at 4: nnd dkd chaplain. S. B. Patch; Installing officer, at 11:00 p. m. samo night. Death oe- A- A Niels. (W. P.. C.) President, currcd from stoppage of tho Intestines. Mrs. Kmma Spear; senior vice president, John Sweet has rheumatic fever. D. S. ltla Towne; Junior vice ptesidetit, Scott has returned from his western trip. Annie Wallace; chaplain. Sarah P. John Tho Rev. E. G. French has returned to F0n: treasurer, L. Kldorn Goodell; srere- hls work In Boston.-H. O. Stiles was in jiorrlf,vlI0 Frlday.-At tho annual sup- r...l e ,. tier at the Congregational Chureb over Ti , v., uPrier.-i. w. Les He lost a ZrJ JlJ. aVR nrrn !The little, girl of Arthur Grow has been under the doctor's care the past week. HYDE PARK The annual church supper and busi ness meeting of the Congregational Church "T'-i h - - - the Nownort convent. Prnfeanr Crnvhv .. , j : , - - attended a meeting n the interest of thn y County club at Morrlsvllle last Saturday.-L. C. A. basketball team was atiir,i. T r 1 iii..n . .inr.t,. n r-, . . . . uull-4lt;u mu KiTie at aiowe last Rl- -v- t uiu hunt: "'Bht. to 11. 1 Academy at this pla this week. The annuo They play Hardwlck ce frlday Illgllt of ual canvass for funds . " iniiiueimnie oi me community Church of this place took place Sunday and was tlie bfist In results ever attained nere. airs. Kate Miner has returned from ' t ho llOSDltal. ("I.'irHn...- T.lir!. nnc rrr.n.. ( a hospital lo receive treatment for In- Ju''cs received to a leg while chopping loCs WOLCOTT. Interment In Falrvlcw cemctery.-W. A Bennett is conllned to the house with a ,,i, .... . . . . . .." WATERVILLE Sirs. Aurillla (Manchester) Wheelock t,lcd FrltlB' night of pneumonia, nt the home of ller brothr- Ernest Manchester. Tne f"noral was largely attended from the house Sunday afternoon, tho Rev. E. B. Harris officiating. The Ladies' Aid will meet at the hotel Monday afternoon nmI serve HUPPer Tne Rov E w Sharp of st Jo'nsbury will be the guest of ho"or After supper the fourth quarterly conferrncc will be held. The Rev. Mr. b arp wlsnea to mcet the church officials am' a11 who nro 'ntcrested at this time. Ml?" cllur!cs BraBB visiting her son ln CnaHotte.-Dr. G. B. Maurice and Mrs. Geors Marsh were in Sheldon last week, called there by thc serious illness of their 13 J,, ,, , u.o. ...m rl?,- fa",as .J,0 .Tcro. c,a."ecl to Rlehford . , ... ...... Fr dav bv the rieith nf Mm nrnni.. i . v A. f'JlT,,' Na"r,y Trac'-Mrs Kate Davis "',"' veiling ner sister, .Mrs. John Lumbia -Charles Danvers a former resident, ca led on triends Mon- day. He has Just returned from oversens. MORRISVILLE A successful community sing was car- rled out at the town hall Friday eve- . ... . ... . uing unaer tno nuspiccs ot the woman s club, the program being In charge of Mrs. R. C. Stafford. The solos by Miss Gladys Dick, Mrs. Ha Jackson, the Rev. Oeorco Ooodllffe. C. W. Barrows. Khen Barrows nnd duetri by the Misses Sul. ham and Edmunds, Miss Elizabeth Bar- . ... towh anu i;oen uarrows wore heart Iv I'liiup, went Thursday to Burlington. where thc latter underwent a successful operation for removal of tonsils nt the .Mary Fletcher hospital. Dr. and Sirs. Goddard returned homo Friday morning, .miss .Manuu weater has returned from a ceverai ciays visit In SI. Jo inshiirv V. L. Stewart has been confined to tho II WOt-nll'! tt II V 111 Pmillanllnnt n .1 "V. .... .. . " "'.""--''-'"." -c." jcira. mo united worsers of the Con .v covered ciisn supper was served, to whlch tho gentlemen wero Invited, n good att-endnncp bclnc prcscnt.-Henry Martin I t iitiu lite Liaicinn ...11. ,11111 .UI!1. i I I . iiu.Mii ui ...t.vriiu. n ecinetiiay cvn I.i.u Ynrn rnnf .itrl tn tit,. 1... ... n for a wek. Is Improvln-j.-Mra. 13d. ..u ...v. ...i.V ... ".-.v. ' ' ..v . .ul..? it. vu.j IUia Mountain district, has been nulte ill tor .Ity held their annual mcetlnp nl. tin town clerk s olllce last Satuiday r0 abatement of taxs. llutien Cobiuii I. moved from the. thlid story In Ur c tcnnlal block, recently purchased 1. I A. Strong, to rooms under A. F. Uu.i ns store. H. 13. Fnrnliam of tno F. (.'. Luce company, went Saturday to Boa- ton, where ho will attend a convention of the National Shoo Betallurs' ussocla- tlon. He will h) absent for a week. - Dewey Smith returned Saturday nlgl t from Boston where he had boen &pend Ing a week !n tin, mterei,' cf th- .n oixfratlvo Creamery association. t a meeting held Monday afternoon nt h n. A. n. hall, the rni fn G. A. n. Post and Woman's HclleC Cori'S were. Installed as follows: CO. A. r..) P. C, Austin Wllklns; senior vice-commander, S. D. Luce; Junior vice-commander. D. W. P.ogers; officer tho day, George A. Bridge; adjutant, A N'lca: omcar of tiiu guard. W. U Demcrltt; guard, K. H. Goodell; tar-v 1,11 N'"eM Jackson: conductor, Delia Cram; guard, Mao Wallace: assistant eonilllefor. lrln W'r.llnr.f.' n.cktnnt (rhunl conductor. Ida Wallace: assistant guard, """" 1' .Mrs' -I' r' u5' rnd MUh '-"""'k Rowell. James J. Rowell and Leo Bouteu of Hardwlck have been guests at the homo of tho former's sister, Mrs. J. P. Roy. Mrs. John Kelley, who has been quite ill with bronchitis, is recovering. Mr. and lire r r.lo.. of. n..oW...t..n . mumper 7Z " Zl Rohm Lb, a o th ,',. of - Mnn. horn ailnv. January ll.-Mr,. Benn.e Chamberlain of ioun sireei. wno nas neen ill tile past . .. ...... ... . ... ... wees wun lonsiuiis, ,s recovering. t'ni Up . .... , , fr0m Marv neteher hos.'-H.nl. n.i t " recovering from his recent operation foe removal of tonsils. K. A. Prstm. nt removal of tonsils Houses Point, N. Y., Is a guest at thn homo nf Mr. nn.l Mm. W. A." 1Varrn t ...i.A- i. i . .... ,. u u . . . v t ....i.e.. in wu.i.iiii-u in l.ie ilOUMf hy Injuries to his knee recelvd whIU cutting Ice. I JEFFERSONVILLE I .JIr" and, J?"" Vcrnon Llbbey of Flet- ber spent hunday with his bi-ot.ier'a family, Mr. and Mrs. T. It. Libbev. (Funeral services for the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Crossman, who died to 1slZ ' VI" , ner narents in Wervllla "Unday-Sufflclent snow has fallen to onatiiu somo or uiuiuii; numo ui uik LllliaLern lo oeglll hauling logs for B. E. Revnolds.-AIr. ' K E Popt' are ln Florida. Word was re- .ccived here Saturday of the sudden death from heart failure of Miss Mary Powell a- Burlington. Miss Powell had many . warm friends here, who aro heartfelt sympathizers with the aged sister, Miss Phoebe Ann Powell, who is now left alone. Miss Catherine Smalley has finish- e'' ncr work for the G. D. Grlswold Inc., much to the regret of her many friends and returned to her homo in Stowe Fri- uay. jir. unantigny has returned to his work In Sherbrooke, Que., whlla Mrs. Chantlgny will remain for a long er visit with her sister, Mrs. Trtbles. O. P. Hays is boarding with his niece, Mrs. "William Thomas. A meeting of the American Legion v.as held at thu schoolhouse Thursdav eve- , rung. Tno i. v. a. havo secured the hall at the Cambridge Inn for their au- ,..... ... ..... vnuiu.ii.hC illll iur vour rtl , . . ... ... . nuui x.ur on January zi, 'j and SJ and .1 ,argo attendanco is assured.-Thfl oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. t". K. crossman was taken violently o. Tuesday Jan. 0 and died before medical aid arr'ved. Funeral services were held at tic 1 oine Friday afternoon. Th. Phllat i . club is to I, old its regular monthly social at Start's hall January P' !i tho evening and will havo a ti . . ... r-i .. ... uoosc intr witn u ireu enter- talnment. Attractive booths and a fish Pond will be featured of the evening, wnere ono can purchase useful things and heln swell the funds nf the elnh i.i further the Boelnl life of the eommunlt.. I Mr, and Mrs. 3, 13. Popa have gone tt . .. r lonnn. -Miss Gertrude Videto of Framlngham, -Mass.. Is spending tho winter at T. W. Vitleto's.-Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Powell and Mr. and Mrs. Cornell attended tho funer- nl of Miss Mary Powell at Undeihlll Mondny.-Arnold Aldrich has &oM nil r.arm imrl mireloist..! mm :.t .Tnpir.i... ter.-Neal Carpenter of Charlotte wns .1 wns hit on the leg by n limb from n tre. in tho woods Tuesday and both, nlng for Mr. nnd Mrs. P.. S. HavU.-. , j (Contiiftttl on puki: lui m spent r"?nre''s, .no. i, F3essle Mayott: No. .', Carrie Lawson: No. 2. Mlna Foss: N'o. 4.