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I THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, MARCH 4, 1920 HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT f Continued from page lircc) the rnltpcl Aid society realized nearly U0 from Hit- dinner served at the Akelcy Memorial building town meeting day. There will lie u regular meeting' of the. H 11. Smith Women'H Relief Corps Sat urday afternoon. Members are nuked to come early an there Is much business of Importance to be done. Mrs, Charles I. Robinson nt Wuterbury vlflted Mrs. Q. M. Culver ami other rolotlvcn hern Tucsifny and Wednesday. The latest news fromrs. Robinson's son, Frank L. Rob bison, ot the Canadian forces, who lost both legs and mi cyn as a result of In juiles received In the engagement at Vliny Ridge, and who has been In hos pitals In Canada since his icturn from France, was that ho has been fitted to new artificial lees and Is now able to walk very well and that ho expected to be discharged from the hospital soon, .Miss Jessie Wndu, who Is 111 at JI. 11. Downer's, was more comfortable. Mrs. Ksthcr Hart Smith Is curing for Ml.s Wade. The young men of Mrs. Lola Douglass' Sunday school clns gave a return party to the girls of Mrs. Agnes Jenncy'p class at the Akeley Memorial building Tuesday evening. All sorts of Karnes were played and refreshments were served. There were 10 present. Tho Itcv, .Mr. Barker, who has been hero In the Interest of the Radellffo Chautau qua bureau, left town Tuesday after securing the names of 28 business men as a guarantee for a Chautauqua week here. The contract was sent In Tuesday and It Is expected that literature will soon, be received hi regard to tho pro gran". The Itcv. M. U. Itaron has known 'he work of the company In the West and assures a reliable and excellent pro gram. Mark ,1. Chaffee, who has re cently completed a course In creamery ufirk at Cornell University, left AV'cdnes day for Washington, I). C, where he has a position with the Oyster Milk & Cieam iTy Co. MORRISVILLE Levi Munson returned Thursday ovo nlng from n business trip to Hoston. Mrs. W S. Townn went Thursday night to llardwlck, called there by tho serious illness of Mr. Townc's sister, Mrs. J. A. Clark. Mr. and Mrs.- Lyman Darling of Garfield were guests a pait of last week of Mrs. Darling's sister, Mrs. F. K. Campbell. Mrs. W. M. .lohnstono and two children, who have been quite 111 with rip and bronchitis are Improving. Tho nurse, Mrs Dnfresno who has been car tig for them, went 'llnirsilay night to llardwlck to assist In the caro of Mrs. .1. Clark. Mrs. Lizzie Munson was confined to the house several days tho past week by illness.-Mrs. Vivian Isham who went to r.urlltigton the first of last weok after caring for Mrs. II. W. Hillings, returned Widtu'Edoy night and Is caring for Mrs. I1 C .lones. A. C. Aiken of the C. .T. Mn Weal Kstute company, who has been II for 10 days, went Friday night to tho Mary Fletcher hospital for treatment, lie was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Frank Oulmond. Mrs. G. M. Towers Is spending several clays In Now York city with her daughter, Miss Dorothy Pow-ers.-MIss Hello Harrows went Saturday to Hurllngton. whero she was rolled by the Illness of her llttlo niece, Klolnc Hut terflrld. Mrs. Howard Skinner has been confined to her homu on Bridge street for several days on account of Illness. Mr. nqd Mrs. IIollls Putnam received a telegram February Z't telling of the. seri ous illness of their daughter, Mrs. Hay Porter of Bristol, Conn. .Miss Irene Put nam left Saturday night for that place. Mrs. Itomco Forguc and daughter. Madeline, went last week to Barton for a short stay at the homo of Mrs. Forguc's .sister. .Mrs. Edith Lavnlley. Mrs. Forgue's patents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ncwclty, who have spent the winter at Tampa, Flo., have returned and wero also guests of tholr daughter, Mrs. Lavolley. Mary .1. Simpson, preceptress at People's Acad emy, was a guest over Sunday ut the home of Miss Anna Ward, Iiurllneton. Mrs. Bdson Clifford of .Randolph cnino Mon day night for a visit at the home of her parents, .Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hill Frank Hoyt of Jeffersouvillo spent Sunday at tho home of his uncle, F. O. Lunt. C. W. McFnrland won Sunday night to Bos ton for a few days' stay. The Misses -Marion Benson, Heulah Perry, Wallace Perry, Merrll Edson, returned to their duties at Peoplo's Academy Monday, af ter a several weeks' absence on account of illness. Among those who attended tho Isnki Walk In Burlington, were: tho Misses Thclma Hoyt, Madellno Gates, .Madeline Hill. .Madge Morrltt, Kdith Stewart. Dorothy Waite. Alma Batten, lohn Stewart, Carrol SiUowny, llalph Patch, Wallace Peck. MarYIn Goddard and Harold Taylor. F. O. Lunt has been confined to tho house for several days suffering from on attack of rheumatism. -Rebecca Goddard Is "confined to tho house bj mumps. Mrs. II. A. Smollcy was in Waterville and Helvldcre Monday on business pertaining to the home depart ment cif the Bed Cross. Mrs. Ha Jack al loft Wednesday morning for Woods vi'le, .V ,H for a 10 days' stay with Mrs. D. It Bouhari. Charles Howard, who has employment In Proctor, Is sjsjndlng a few days wiUi his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ber nard llowaid, .lames Billings of the 1'nivorslty of Vermont was a guest from .Saturday until Monday of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 11. W. Billings. Mrs. X. S. Graves Ik ill and confined to her homo on Lako street. Friends ot Mrs. .1. A. Clark of llardwlck will be. glad to know that sho Is gaining from her serious 111-lieas.-Tho Methodist choir Is preparing n Faster cantata entitle "Uastor Vralfccs,'' under the direction of Mrs, Ha Niles .lackson. The cantota will ho given Uaster Sunday evening. Oscar Kahn went the last of the wiek to New Vork city for a short stay. JOHNSON .1 S. Manley, of Hyde Park, was a visi tor hern last week, Carl W. Manchester Is able to bo out after a severe attack of the llu. Christopher Boardmnn has mov ed to Milton. Lin Clark, of Wcstflcld, vis ited friends hero last week. Fred, son of John. West, died Thursday. Services were held at the house Saturday and the re mains placed in "the vuult, Mr. West leaves a wife, four small children, four Brothers, two sisters, nnd his father and mother. The Itev. F. W. Hazen ottielated. Miss Kdth I.eslio spent the w,eek-end with her parents here from her school In Northfleld, Miss Ida Barnard, of St. .lohnsbury, who has been curing for her MMcr. Mis. S. It. Miller, returned Satur day. Mr. and Mrs. Furl Holmcw of Kast Fairfield spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 17, K. Holmes, Ira .lones visited his daughter, Mrs. Curml Hush ford, in Morrlsvlllc Saturday. Homer Kneoland was In Kdcn Sunday and Mrs. II II, Adams and daughter, Kdlth, re turned with him, .Mrs, I). A. Barrows and daughter, .Mutgnrott, and Miss Mary Nyo went to Montreal Monday. Karl Welch, who has a position In the federal road olllce In .Montpollor, was at homo the first of the week His family will remain hero for the present. Arthur West camo from Senrsburii to attend the funeral of his brother, Fred. Adrian Thompson has is urneil fiom Scarshurg. It was 2." and Hi below Monduy und Tuesday morning. CAMBRIDGE Miss Olive Bennett, of Moutpclier, was a wuok-und visitor of Mrs. It. A. Gates. -Harry Muxllcld, of Johnson, was u busi ness visitor here Feb. 23. Miss Kate Ilennewy, f Burlington, ban been the gueut of her t-isler, Mrs. Fred Wells. 'Miss Chailotto Dang of tho University of Vermont Is home because of Illness, Al ' hert Cutting, Jr., who lias been lu Uix navy for tho past two years, has received 1 the evening. A sum of money was left Phelps, who has been III with the mumps, ar nt"rM aZT A Vum'" I r ,,or ", ,hrtr 'T M"' ' " "veT- a roaulnV rinS.: parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Cutting.- j, c. Shorbumo hove been n Burlington, tlons have been mich ilnrliur tho past 10 Mrs. A. I Cutting s 111 of pneumonia, and ,vllcro Mr Sherburne attended a meet- M'a" X'C1 "SSuilv iSlcrforS wllh lsrJyHs t:ixz I eTng Itand0" 0X i re.Veved"-?.. 1,, Uh receive 7 Jlc)rn mv,8 rccelvr(1 I "ned I., iu.,tj. i, ...I. OIII1LII WIIH U . m.-l T IT nT ) , able to go to the funeral on account of Ill ness. Mr. und Mrs. Itobclt Safford, Mr. nnd Mrs. C. II. Barrows. Mr. nnd Mrs. Earlci Gales arc confined to their homes rows, who has been in California several weeks, has returned home. JEFFERSONVILLE Mr. Toby, of Burlington, was a busi ness visitor here Friday. Harlan Bolton ha shop broth Ilcy tntilri(f lnlliHn At rv I. .. I- t..i. In n. !,-..iicr'u ,nr., ,,,.ri mn f H. W. McNally.-Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Wells entertained friends from Montpe ller Sunday. .Miss Dorothy Smith Is out nftcr a singe with tho mumps. Tho Or der Faster,, Star meeting, which was to have been held this week, has leen post poned on account of tho epidemic Mrs. I'ollandcr Is assisting In the caro of those III at It. B. llcynolds's. By order from the District Health Officer, W. T. Slayton. M. I)., tho Masonic meeting which was to bo held on tho evening of the 4th tins been I)!' lnf U0lll.A..lnnr- ll,oo ,hn , III',....,... ,. , , ...... , I. " '-". IB lias ICIl.-fU lui i.l.c.J JUIUH . - O "'"1v "iiw till. 1)1 llf'ILIin. II IN HlIIlIl(lHfII II1III IHII 111'tLlll n lnrl I f f it.ll. . . I with he prevailing distemper are Mr. I was sudden. Mrs Kldredge was a resl- I Lake, o, Pa roid street and w II re and Mrs. W. M. Smith, Linus Leavens, dent of this town for years nnd had a 1 ,no " '"mhp Quo lilil the Hev. and Mrs. Gates, Miss Myotic 1 host of friends during the tin,., she M "cl 1-IW Burns of Wa lace.-The family ot Frank Islington was here. Sho Is survived by her bus- I Newport hnvh.J n,,7ebse l of W If Is 111 with InllUnnza.-MIss Blanche nnr. hr.nft ..,1 two ..n,i nn.l l,nl,,,Mh,.nrt. ...1,0r ' Im.Vl" PUrcHosed of W. II. s finished work at Jacques's blacksmith ' nr over and Is to go to Kssox to help his ! ?.un:,a...KU"Hl 0 "cr ..iH'otlier-ln-lnw. er during sugaring.-Mr.. Ilobert ''" '.' V'11'"11 a". "-mtiy MM Monday nolds very 111 with pneumonia, fol- Tinnl ,0. l'rp"VP'"' ':nt"'-' J"! irom postponed. The flu coses are Increas-1 now OI hllll) an(1 ln fow W0P,.H wllils gnlning now.-The Communion scn--ing dally and the situation Is gctllnrr attend to tho business lurnself. 1,1b lto "'"I " nfld in the Congregational acute. Mrs. Lillian Chase of West 'health will not permit his olrKr In- laurel, next Sunday n. m. It Is the dav Cambridge Is caring for those 111 luj, loots. Mr. Kllbouin has not made""01, 'ho missionary offerlng.-MIss Mora her son's family. A. .1. Brown went known his business ulans for the f... i Foster finished her school In the mill ... uri(. Aiununy morning, wnero no is tc sugar for II. W. Vartium. W. F. i j nayer wns a nusjnesH visitor ,n Mor rlsvlllo Tuesday. The town tax for tho ensuing year Is to be $0.10 Instead of three dollars as previously reported. Gr.ico Kneoluud Reynolds, wife of ftobert Iteynolds. died Tuesday after noon after a short Illness with pneu monia following Influenza, She leaves hor husband, a young son and daughter, her parents, ono sister and a brother, all residents of this place, whom the wholo community sympathize with. Ar rangements for the burial have not been made. EDEN Anno Hlnes is working nt Frank Sears'. Theda Mosolcy Is working at Clarence Baker's. The Cemetery association did not servo dinner Alarch 2 on account of so much Illness. Mrs. Grant Chilton, of Bellows Fulls, Is stopping with by.- par ents, Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Baker. The Dor cas society did not tcrvo dinner on March meeting day us has been their custom. Mrs. Lizzie Miller, of Lowell, was called hero Thursday to attend thc ftiiural ot her sister. Miv. Susie Whlttcinore. Mrs. K. A. Dodge is stopping with her daugh ter. Mrs. A. K. Sargent, after being In Worcester, Mass., and several other places for tho p,if,t three months. Leon Miller was called homo from Worcester, Mass.. Feb. 23 to attend the funeral of .Mrs. O. D. Whlttemore. whose death occurred from heart trouble. The tuncrul was held at the home, tho Itev. F. L. Stacy nfllclating. Luke Lovcrin, of Bos ton, Mass., was called to attend the fu- neral of his brother, Auntin Lovcrin, whose cicatn occurred February 13 of pneumonia. Ho lcavcB n father, mother, two brothers and one sister to mourn his loss. Claudo hlttcmore was called hre from Barton February 25 because of tho death of his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Whlttemore. The two deaths resulted from pneumonia. They leave six children. Tho death of Mr. and Mrs. James Fcl eher occurred only four days apart from pneumonia. It in an extremely sa'd easn as they leave three small 'children. Mr. Felcher leavos a fathur and mothor. Mrs. Felcher a father, mother and one sister. Benldcs they leave a largo circle of friends who extend sincere sympathy to the family. WATERVILLE D. B. Oakes had a very narrow escami Friday while working in the. woods. Ho wns hit on the head by a skid Inflicting nan wounos. i ncro aro a good manv influenza cases In town.-The church 1 ... V hUUII ...til. V I and schools are still clobed. Mrs. Rome Bennctt is visiting her son, Claud. Ash ton Brown of Nnfhua, N. II., visited his sister, Mrs. Gcorgo Brown, last week. The Rev. and Mrs. C. K. Austin nic visiting In Massachusetts. BELVIDERE CENTER Town meeting was called to order Tuesday and adjourned to some future date as so many nrf 111 that scarcely any were, nble to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnlo Davis have returm-d from Con- cord, N. H., where they have been for several weeks. Scarcely n family In this pince but wnat nas the flu, but nil get ting on as well as can bo expected, Chandos Dezotell, 15 year old t.on of Mr, and Mrs. Henry Dezotell, who has been ill slnco Thanksgiving with fever and rheumatism, had been gaining slowly until he was taken with Influenza, ln his weakened condition, there, was no chance for his recover' nnd he passed away at noon March 3. It Is a parti cularly sad case as the whole family I ill and only thu father up und bo Is unable to be out. Orange County RANDOLPH Mrs. Knte G. Brock, who forme, ly owned and conducted tlv Strand theatre, and since leaving here has been In Lebanon, X. II., has sold her business there and in a short time will go to California, where her daughter resides. Glenn Webster and Miss Ruby Janetto Billings, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Billings of Rochester, were married at the Bethany parsonage Thursday evening by tho Rev. Fraser Metzger. Mr. and Mrs. Webster will be at homu after March 1 at their farm on the Brnintrce road. The ncw of the death of ThomaR Bridges, which occurred nt Red Beach, Me., has been received by Mr. and Mrs. James Oney. The particulars aro not known as yet, only that the funeral too): place Sunday. Nono of th family went from here, ns Mrs. pney Is ill and Ray i;nnsc, a, non-ln-law, also Is III at the Oney home. Mr. and Mrs. George Waters nnd MIe Fvelyn Waters left Saturday for Charlestown, Mass., where they wlil leave Miss Kvolyn with her father, Mr. Tucker, to remain for an Indefinite time. Mr. and Mrs. Waters will then come to Worcester, whero they will visit Mrs. Waters' futher, Fred Terry, for a time. -Mr. and .Mrs. N. C. Buck and .Miss Iris Buck went to Lebanon, N. II., Saturday for mi over-Sundoy May. The ' Rev. Fra.snr Metzger has been 111 with on in fection lu his right arm, from which he seems somewhat Improved. Dr. nnd ,Mrs. Hohlen, who have both been suffering from coldn mid confined lto thu house, are bettor arid tho latter has been out. Most of tho jicople who have been buffering from tho pro valeiit Illness are improvlnc nnd there, are fewer new ones, Many of thu friends of Mrs. Odcar Gates turprlbcd her on her birthday anniversary Frlduy evening. Games were played and refreshments (.orved. A bilthday cake, with candle decorations, wus among tho features of bury. No partculars were received at - flrsL and as 'Mrs. Uldrcdgo's HiBtoi-, Mrs. B. II. Davlii. of this place did not mother. In tho home, n sister living here and brothers lu this State. Miss Edna Moorn, who roccntly camo from Washington, D. C went to Hancock Monday to visit her sister and hus band, Mr. and .Mrs. Claude Far,', Mrs. wnnt to Hothcl Monday to Visit brother. E. L. Bass iriss .loKcnhlnn Stimets, who is soon to be married, has given up her teaching: In the Beun vllle school district nnd Miss' Mary Stockwell Is taking her place tem porarily. Miss Olive Tracy an nounces that seven chlldlen lu the West street school have been awarded the Squlre'e button In the modern health crusivde. M. P. Morse has bought of Herman Kllburn hl mill 1.1..1. i I .. i .... c.rlst Mill property of N. N'. Morse fi ,, Mr. Mor-.n also huvn ihc. rn,- turo but It Is undenUood he will g-o South to visit his parents for a time. Mr. Kllburn received news Saturday oi rne niness oi ins brother, Walter Kllburn, with Influenza at Osmond, Fin. A party of ladles went from here to WoUrbury Wednesday morning to attend the funeral of Mrs. J. B. Kldredge, who was for many years a resident In town. Among these were Miss Harriet to Hoy ward, head clerk In the poMotllco during Mr. Kldredgc's term o postmaster In town. Mrs. Kldredge Is survived by her husband, two sons, three, brothels and one sister, besides Mr. Fldredge'H mother, who resides with them. A host of friends I sit rii .. S tl..,. ! .. ai - I inert- iu uosion. .urs. u. . i'ran tin i here remember her with pleaMirc and . work and moved to his farm. Kleazar regret her early death. Tho Randolph I Mitchell filed at Ills homo February 2. Suffrage club met at tho home uf M,s. nged about 70 .years. The remains of Froser Metzger for Its meeting Monday 1 Mrs. Harry Chase of Montgomery Center afternoon with eight ladles present. The 1 were brought here Monday. The Inter program was mode up of u report of th.-jineiit was in Mr. Chase's lot. Mrs. James r.lst and final national (onventlon of this 'U'ulton of Philadelphia came Sunday to organization. Miss Genevieve Lams-on. spend a few weeks with her parents, who is in the Chicago 1'nlverslty, was ' Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Sanborn. The funeral pment nt the banquet and gave on, or Kleazar .Mitchell was held .Monday account of the tame. Miss Lanisnn :iddt morning from St. lgnatus' Church, the Hint she regretted that Vermont was not Hew Father Loblnne officiating. represented In thks number. Mrs. Metzger served refreshments, and the afternoon Wn4-lrwl "V... was enJo.voblc.-Mrs. Hurry Cheney wan aVUliailU VOUlliy culled uirolu to Northfield Wednesday to'j n.'.suil in run cure o. ner sisier-in-ia w, l-hn hciM n rnlnnsn frmn Ihc. infix. ...vn tit the form of iullamnnitory rheumatism. .Mrs. B. F. Tilson went to White Itlver Junction Wednesday morning to pass few days with Mrs. Asa llebard, Mrs. nlng February 2.",. He had been III for Lucy Mann has returned from Bethel nnd a few days with Indigestion, but his death Is now the guest of Miss Fmma Sey- was cammed by heart failure. Ho wns .'0 mour for a few days before returning to years old. Besides bis wife, he is survived her homo iu Springfield. Wayne Clallln by two daughters, Flora and KWb Burn entered the sanitarium Wednesday for ham of this town, nnd i-on. Harry L., surgical treatment lor a trouble of long standing. Orleans County GREENSBORO James Wilson has so far recovered from the elfects of his operation at Brlghtlook house at two o'clock Sunday after hospital, that he was able to return homo noun, the Itev. Walter Thorpe of the Saturday evening. Norwood Drown went I c;""cregational Church officiating. Thc to St. .lohnsbury Saturday and enmn back '"-arers were Benjamin Little, Kdward with .Mr. Wilson to assist him on tho trip. I Chandler. Lawrence Dclphla and John Maurice Goodrich has returned from I'ettee. Tho remains were placed In tho Buffalo. N. V., where he has taken a.vnllU Vlnc Hill cemet.-ry. course in fin electrical school. Mr. and Mrs. William Bates have moved to thc Presbyterian parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Messcr came from Montpeller Saturdnv nnd Mr. AHsser will take charge of Um . ... .... . ... ..... "eamery lor a lew nay until .Mr. Tliomp son, the new operator, tukes up the work. business. It had many thousands of Dr. Albert Kinney has been III the post , dollars worth of orders ahead for dlf weck hut is about again, Owing to the 1 fflrent tastings and healers. It was em- severe storm Thursday and Friday, (j0 village school was closed. CRAFTSBURY Several attended the Kako Walk .. 1 ( ... T7..I.1... ri t i. uurnngton i nuny. i". u. cowles was a business visitor In llardwlck Fridnv. Mr. and Mrs. N. H." Kinney were iu llard wlck Friday to attend the placing of the remains of th.-lr son-in-law. C. II. Raw son, of Maiden, Mass., in tho llardwlck vault, to await burial iu Criiftsbury In the spring. Dr. Dillingham is In poor health. Thc members of the family of Roland Moodlo, who have been very HI, aro improving. The district ccbools clos ed Friday for tho spring vacation. Mrs. W. R. Moodln ho'j gono to llardwlck to rare for Mrs. Grow. The Rev. O. B. Wells was called to Kden Tnursday to officiate at thc funeral of tlie 12 years old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Marckus. NORTH CRAFTSBURY STrs. N. B. Williams, Mrs. A. B. Pike, George Bobbins, Air. and Mrs. Krn'Tt Keelcr, Fred B. Root, Seton Nicholson, Foster Miles and Mr", Reginald Ander son have been ill, but are convalescent. Mr. and Mrs. Karl O. Perry observed their eighth wedding anniversary Tues day evening. Tho faculty of the academy wus their guests. Harry McLean of Mom. peller has taken thu place formerly held by Percy Bossen, ns cow tester of this association. Tlie fifth number in tlie lec ture course at the Presbyterian Church Tuesday evening did not have n vtij largo attendance. Gregory Mason of New York, one of the war correspondents, wob substitute for Glenn Frank. lie gave a very good description of tho relation of the Unltetl States to foreign countries. Tho moving picture entertainment was postponed this week on account of III ness In tho community until Mutch !). Ml.ss Mary Root of St. .lohnsbury Acad emy spent the week-end at the homo of her parents, Mr. end Mrs. C. II. Root, George Wheeler nnd daughter. Ruth, ot Orleans, visited his brother, 13. T. Wheeler, last Wednesday. Thu academy began the spring term of 12 weoks March 1. Miss Mary Feeley, teacher of the training class, and the members of the class visited the branch nchool Mon 'day. The trip was inadu on snowshoes. NORTH TROY George A. Slsco remains seriously ill at Sherbrooke, Que., hospital, where ho went about two weeks since, The Amer ican Legion organization of this place Is now established In the hull on thu third floor of tho Rcgun block on School street. ICrnest Root Is commander. A. II. Ilul tertleld has returned from a 10 dajs' vacation llp to Burlington and Rutland, Tailor Rotuiuau, who bus been without a shop since he was burned out, Is now located in thc Bullet field block on Main htreet. Among tlie losses In his tiro was tho somewhat Important one of a fur lined overcoat owned by Dr. D. J, Shee liaii, Dr. Buttcrfleld has purchuhed and removed to the Henry Parkhurflt house on Highland u venue, retaining however hit) otllcc on Main street. Miss Doris i " iii niiL'ui ii m illinium oiiiv-f. inn , resigned 1,1m nnsltlnn. i.iiieb.nsed n. nlumh. inR und i,arrlwaro IiubIiip., In Mansonvlllo, q0i( ftntI w. o.nt(, ,1)(,ro phortly.-Sam. n icturn tncatro here, has complotcd changes and Improvements nnd will soon open It to the public, He will operate It In connec tion with similar business at Newport WESTFIELI) Mrs. W. It. Gilpin was quite til with the prevailing distemper ' a few days Inst week, Tlie bean supper given by the L. A. S. was well attended nnd nearly $15 wus cleared. ,) This enables tho so- clcty to finish Its pledgo of $100 towards 1110 parsonage repairs. Also $11 has been comnmitcd to the curtain fund. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lastman have, returned from Lyndonvllle, where ho has been employed several weeks. Dudley Trover has received word of the death of hs sister, Mrs. Flvlra Goodrich, of White. "c,1' H with pneumonia. She for- merly lived here. His grandson. James, of Wornertcr. Mass., Is recovering from nnFiim.niiU lollowlng the. flu. Joseph Ooddard has been quite III with rheumo- n"?,i h.U!'1U!t ln Montpeller to ttsni nnd neuritis for uevernl weeks h..tllaul ann i'ko H. Harrington, two district hist week. The village schools finishes this week. Mrs. Gurv Kdwards of lyndonvllle recently spent three days with Mrs. W. B. Gilpin. The storms last week wero so bad that Carl Been was unable to get the school bargo off the North hill for two days. Mrs. Frank Martin went to St. .lohnsbury last week. LOWELL I!. S. Cooledge was In Burlington a lew days last week, the guest of his daugh ter. Mrs. Bodettc. Start. Mrs. Lizzie .Miller has gone to Worcester. Mass., to visit relatives. Kdward Snider, who Usui been employed by H. H. Moore to run tho blacksmith bhop, has finished his 1 ttj iTVTlfl'V . lJIViA Util Kugene Iturnham died suddenly at tho nomo of his father-in-law. Harlow San a.ders, on Prospect street Wednesday eve , "ancj .i. anil irank Ilurnham of Haver hill, Mass. Ho had three sons in the World War, one dying in the service. He wns u monibcr of the Baptist Church of this town. Tlie funeral ot Fugeno Burnhani, who died suddenly at tho homo of his father-in-law, Harlow Sanders, on Prospect street Thursday evening, woh held at The lire which practically destroyed the Backus Heater & Foundry Co. plant near the depot Monday night wns the third disastrous lire which has occurred in Brandon in three years. The Backus Heater & Foundry Co. was doing u thrlv- ploying about .Vi men and It Is stated was contemplating building an addition to its plant this .spring. Just how the fire started Is not known. It originated In -the core room and could not have ...... . ... .... . . .. been burning but a short time, as tho night watchman had only recently heen through this room and saw nothing of any sign of fire. It is understood the buildings were heavily Insured. It Is understood that the plant of the Backup Heater Foundry Co.. which was practically destroyed by fire Mon day evening, will be rebuilt on thc f-anio uitc on a much larger and improved plan. P. Is understood that the rebuilding will cominenc.. Just ns soon ns possible. The part of th.. building whero thu office was situated, lch was not totally destroyed, will be repaired at once. S. W. Jones was elected town clerk fit the nnnunl March meeting Tuesday for Iho 3th con secutive year. St. Pn.il's Lodge, No. r, F. and A. 7.1. , confer.-ed the master .Mnsou degree on three candidates Wed nesday evening. After thu work Marble Chapter, O. K. S., etrved a fine banciuet. There was a large attendr.nce. Sliver Lake Lodge, No, ta. Knights of Pythias, will confer the rank of knight on a cl.usr of candidates this evening, utter whien rclruduuonts will be served. FORESTDALE Rutherford Frazier, Wllford Rous mnn and Charles Whltcomb attended the Kake Walk in Burlington Friday night. James McDonald hos opened a shoe repair shop In Brandon. Mr. and -Mrs. Hnrry Griffin of Rutland pusscd tho week-end witl, Mrs. Griffin's pnr onts, Mr. and Mrs. Leander Bird. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clif ford Slayter, February 2.".. Charles Brown has gone to Rutland, whero he has employment. Mrs. Colla Thomas has purchased J K. Lovett's house. Mrs. Perry Wood and dnughter of Rut land were called here last week hy tho Illness of Mrs. J. K. Nicklaw. Clifford Goodyear and nvans Lovott of Spring field passe.l Sunday with friends here. Vance Watters has gono to Proctor wheru has has employment. Washington County MONTPELIER Miss Doris Umury. Ihc lli-year-ohl daughter of Mr. and Mm. A. A. F.tuery. died at her home on Klin streot about eight o'clock Thursday morning follow ing an Illness which hns covered nearly two years, although she has been able to work Mime of tho time since tlrst taken III. She developed a bono trouble In one knee which lesulted iu amputation nnd for a year i.he enjoyed good health; then while employed in the commissioner of agrlcultui.i's office, lis a stenographer, ker health broko down again and the trouble shifted to her lungs, from the effects of which she slowly failed for tho hibt tew wcks. She w'as born In Wor cester August i l!), a daughter of Arthur A. am A. Delle Ihnery. Her early Ife was passed In thut town, but laUr "lie camo to Montpcllor and lecolvetl dorwent a serloua operation, died Sun most of her education In tho schools hero day. The remains were brought to his graduating from Montpeller high school, home In Northfleld, whero funeral serv aftor which, when sho recovered her 'cc will ho held Wednesday, tho Ilov. health, she entered tho employ of tho J am on . Sargent officiating. The mcm Slato departments and tlnnlly boeomo at- bor f IeWltt Clinton Lodgo V, and A. taehed to the agricultural department. Jt" of which tho deceased wan a mem She wan very popular with a largo circle bor ,vl" conduct Masonic services. Mr. of friends and was a musician of con- Sanborn waa 61 years old and had lived sldcrablu merit. She Is survived by her Nortnflold for mtiny ycar8 j,or somo pnronts and two sisters. Mrs. imrnnrd llmc 1)0 n tho tea'wagoh for tho EasU Lewis of Boston and Mrs. Lovl Kolley of Monttmller. Thi. f,,.i i..... o. on , o'clock Matuitlay aftftrnoon. ' Washington County court will ,. veno at 10:00 o'clock March 9 lh Mont- Poller with .ti.Crro ii . i. Brattloboro, prcsldlnR. Tho trial calen- dar Is smaller that, usual and ha 37 .coses set for the Jury calendar and 27 cases set to the couTt Vendor somo of which will probably "nsposed of hderc, . . Moment lo under way. It is known " in somo of them. Tho f tst case on tb docket is a WaJ ?,"h , "ome? thing out of tho ordinary, for generally then nrcy r(c,r in w'.iViL . when tlZiwf, larceny ttc Hanley, alleged Th .i..i,., . t.. i. . t7 court wV ?fec, x Moody clerk Z r,?r, Y ?L l': C' bennln M.rcf, i2 , :,f r, h" ,tCr arrfiSi " ?u fur? wis tatI S IhS the uTrlLt uSLl'l d J , 0 ,"S,1 l the tZTXh?r?JBLla "1C Cltrl, f ,h.luC ,.Trc h?VC .10f". V?P' .fcw eases entered on the docket In tho last ferr clnvu ,..,lu ...III u ..... h nIc, V . . u . 1 the end of the March term If It rami am ., ... ---- - -- - n .,? 1 7.u- Wnl0n 13 wc" I f ; ..," " i , , . . . 1 JLli'nlf 'k..?,?8 h01 lllR.rrnl,u,re and I.'.:" ' " A". . ""rrinhion, iwo o, niecV v.m, . Z , ' T P 'V"i' , 1,.L'n.CrC!:nt"e b,,s ncss. " Z T. ,h,, mI.. . emp.oycc. ,n ll!ZJ i w ...Miuiij Kill Y'riuuiiit retires, but will have office room In tho storo whcro ho will look after his other E t XUTZ lLlf j block In which the storo Is located. Ills reason for selling Is that be. may have more time to hlmsolf and that ho may get n little recreation If he. so desires. The members of lh. new firm d. not plan to chnngo tho policy of tho buslncps. Tho store will bo known an the Volholm store. They will expect to retain the samy high .standard. Both of the young men who have lived In Monlneller woll towards 10 years, did their part In the war, hoth ..... iim.vi.ih lit. .. in ittv ...ivj, l .'11 v.in lit iiiu bombing group from the navy which car ried him Into the aviation service of tho army, while. Luke, like, his brother, train ed at Newport News, Va., and was then I assigned to" the 6th Marines which was detailed with the second division of tho army, upon their discharge from service I Paul was hired by Mr. Volholm In tho store here while Luke went to the North Carolina Granite corporation at Mt. Airy. Previous to the war Paul was eight years In tho McCuen store as buyer of domes tic goods while Luko was four years with I tho City Cash market. Mr. Volholm has been a hard working man since he was 12 years of age and he plans now to have tho recreation that ho should have, had when younger. He will visit his old homo In Sweden sometime in the comfhg months, if conditions aro favorable. He has sev eral outsldo Interests with which he Is I connected, Including trustee of the Copl ital Savings Bank & Trust company. Ho I came to Montpeller 20 years ago and was associated with L. P. Gleason for somo . . ... years ln the furniture and undertaking business, but since Mr. (Reason's death The offices uf wire chief In Mont- peller and also In B.arre have been . abolished by the management of tho j New England Telephone company va cating to office which G. H. Collanier ! held In Barre, and II. G. Strannhan In Montpeller. Mr. Collomer has been se. . lected an acting wire chief with head quarters In Montpeller and will have charge of that work In Barre. Mont peller, Waterbury. Morotown and Plalnfiold. Mr. Stranahan will be ro tained by the company in another capacity. Timothy R. Merrill, who elected city clerk and treasurer at the city meeting Tuesday afternoon, has served the cltv over 40 years, giving the best part of his life to the dutlOB of that office. Ho was. 'first assistant to his father in the office and some few years before Montpeller became a city which was In 153, he was lec ed town clerk. Then when the change ( o city government occurred he was elec , I ted city elerk which office he has since, j ! held. Some claim he has given the long I est tinw In office of any town clerk in 1 the State. In addition to that he has been I leader of the Montpeller Military band for (about r. years nnd had played with It somo ' years before booming leader of thc or - 'ganlzotlon. When asked relative to tho stability of the band In city meeting Tues- day he urged thc voters to support ,,,. 'district nurso in preference to tho band. ' Joseph Cady, who had lived for years In j Putnnmsville died Tuesday night follow- I Ing a short Illness. He was a native of Canada, born "fi years ago, but had lived 'In this section for years. He was employ, .ed by thc Vormont Lumber company nnd Is survived by his wife who was A I in Ira Lenioy and two daughters, Mrs. C. Wood worth of Underbill and Mrs. K. II. Hay- den nf South Boyalton. Tho funeral will taku place in Bsscx Center, where tho body will bo taken to-morrow. NORTHFIELD Won! has been received hero of the rr.nrrlngo in Los Angeles, Calif., of Prof. John Johnson and Miss Anne Bukor, 'daughter of J. H. linker, which took 1 place, hi All rialnt'c! Kplseopal Church,' I tho flev. Leslie Leonard nerfornilncr the ! j ceremony. Prof. Johr.son Is very well .known In Vnrmor.t and ut ono tl:no was j professor at Norwich University, Norvh- lleld. William A. Shaw, meteorologist In charge of the local station of the United States weather bureau, reports a mean tempernturu of IB degrees In Northfiold during February, which is one degree bo low tho normal for the month. The high est was IS degrees, on tho d, and the lowot was 33 degrees below zero, on thu 1st, being a r.vu:e of degrees In two days. The greatest dally range was 10 degrees, on thc 1st, and the least dally ihku van six uegrces, on mo (an. Tlie piecipiiauou (ineiiod snow) amounted to i.. incnes, mo normal ror the month be 1 Ing 2.3J Inches. The prevailing wind was from the south, the total movement 5,670 miles, tho averago hourly velocity 8.1 mllos, and tho maximum velocity 28 miles per uvui, Hum me norm on tno win, There was only ono clear day In thc month, with bIx partly cloudy and 22 cloudy days. Precipitation In quantity sufficient to measure occurred on IS days. The snow- talf amounted to 24.8 Inches, of which 18.8 Inches rnmnin..,! n .v, the end of tin. month ,.-.. noted on the 3d, 4th, 21st, 25th nnd 28th, und lunar hnlos on tho 3d and 4th. The annual town meeting was held in Armory hall Tuesday, Prof. K. R. B. Flint wus elected moderator; Oscar Pres ton was re-elected selectman; II. II, Whit ney overseer of tho poor; John 13. Plun kott wns elected road commissioner; Claudo L. Morse, town clerk nnd trenBur- U. , .. , 4. u.ir....( v listi'r. ignn iax voi- led JUS; highway tax 40; constable J. M. iDonahuo; auditors, U. L. Fidel, W, II, Hardin and C. A. Hdgurton. The follow ing appropriations wero made: isuu for Brown public library; 5u0 for tho North- field Cornet band; 1100 for Horrell-May-nard Post of American Legion; 30 for tho Memorial day celebration. License vote was carried by largo majority: ye JC2, no K; fifth class: H6 yes, 74 no. Leroy S. Sanborn, who ns token suddenly ill Wed nesday night and taken to lleaton hos nltal. Montpeller, Thursday, whore he un - orn Estn, Tea company, but for awhile had been employed bv C'roSH Tirnihc.ru company, Ho Is survived by 'his wife, 'who waB tormcny ucrtriido Bean of this town, and 01,0 brothcr' w," Hvo In New York. Ilardls Brothers of Kccno. N. II.. have l,urcll!l,1 lh fruit store of C. Vergant S S.0n' PnBi,C,,,,',,0 haS ubCCn Klvcn' cor J- narlli! wl" haV(l charge of tho f,,0ro ,lnd J' J' I,nrd,s wl" httvo h'U KCCne hCr 'hy h".V lT reloll rrtorcs and an Ice cream and candv n;anul'1actu;1 l. They also have a Btor! N'w',ort' N- Tho ww trm t0 lN?,rthfS,M, W,lh 'i10 ,bC,8t f a 0?" having conducted a sue tessful business for the post 14 years, P11""1 Venl ,,U3 ono 10 Los Anedw. , Oroveton, N. H to remain with his daughter. Tho Conversational club was ,a" "S"' the Pork Inn b' Superintendent Charles McKnlght. Frnnk T- I,a""8 read a paper on "Pub- llctty"-A community snowshoc hike was ioyo' h' about 40 Monda "'Kht- An ldoal tra wns m'o by Arthur Goodrich ''ohn Wclc"- niombers of the Boy Seouts, who also led the party. The hikers u,tr " ' SIra- I'l1" I'lastrldge, where lunch wan . . ' . . . .. servco hiiu a general gooa iimo speni. rne ilko was In charge of C. M. Goodreh w- w Hartwcll nnd Dr. O. N. Welrh.- Lieut, and Mrs. Frank C. Dunham of Portsmouth, N II., formerl'y of this town nro tho , of . ROn horn rnhro.irv nr0 thc parcnt!( of a B011 norn February Mrs- Dunham was formerly a teacher "f tho grammar school In NorthfWd and Lnut Dunhnm la n Bradat0 of Norwich in the class of MR-Mr. C. D. Falrman of Bristol, Conn., who has been spending tho week In town, a guest at tho home of Mrs. F. N. Whitney has turned to Brlstol.-The Northfleld graded and High school Is closed this week on account of there being so much Illness ' v A, th ,n l . n 7 ,,,3 m " ot'cS.f d at their home after a short Illness and the remains were brought to Northfleld and placed In thc tomb at Klmwood cemetery. Tho llcv. James B. Sargent offered a . npivpr.Aim.q e.ritr i i.e.! prayer. Miss Kdlth Leslie was called to ',rl. homo In .Tohnutfn lat st week by the 111- noss of her people. Miss Leslie Is teacher on the teachers' training course of the Northfleld high school and will remain nt her home, during thc week, The Rev. G. II. Redding, pnttor of tho Methodist Church, was able to conduct sorvleo. stindm' for the first time In three week on account of illness. I'ho Hon. Frank Plumley has returned from a three weeks' trip spent with his son, Chnrles Pluni loy. In Akron, O.. and daughter, Mr.-. Homer Flint, In Pittsburg, Ta. He also visited his grandson. Frank Plumley Flint, who attends Haverford Collpge, at Haver ford, Pa. Col. Frank Tompkins of Nor wich Vniverslty wns In Boston last week to attend the re-unlop of the 3nist V. S. Infantry, which he was ln command of In France. Mrs. Tompkins accompanied him. They returned Sunday night. WATERBURY Sympathv goes out to Mr. and Mrs. , B. 11. Sherman over the death Thursday viiiitnir nf fhc.lr nlcht.vn.ir.c.ld rlmf-h. ' I "r' Bcnlce. She Is survived by her agents, four sisters, one brother and K"i"'reius us . as unties mm ..u.. Sho was a very winsome child and the community Is much saddened. WATERBURY CENTER P. F. McCabe of North Ferrlsburg vrna o business visitor in this place Monday. Llscomb Gile has gone to Ralph Wrls ley's to work. C. H. Stone came from Montpeller Wednesday on business, re turning thc some evening. Le&lle Hayes, who Is working in Lake Placid, N. V.. Is expected homo to-day for a few weeks' visit. M. W. Scribner was In Montpeller Monday. The last number In the Lyceum courso will be next Monday evening. w . ttci?T1?T T " Allar ICjIjU A han(1 of r.lrl Scouts was organized Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. . -.. Billings. Mn. Billings will act as leadr,r wlt Mrs. j,. S- Kpnt Mlss CIara s..,,dinl. Mls5l norothv Xav.-ure ns lieutenants. Misses Leah Bernath, Alio Blshee and Beulah Moulton were chosen patrol leaders. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Barn- , " ! , "if ? Tuctkc; u3 rucf,u I v's''or )n Burlington. J. P. Browne was c? , n houi th4e wf k ,n cunt f Illness -The American Leg on RavP il danc? 1,1 X' ?' ' F; ha" tri,,a" , nleht.-The Rev. Allen Klrkness moved thls wcek 10 Mnteomory. whero ho will atl i,s Pir oi me ..lemuuisi s,nurcn. SOUTH WOODBURY Herbert Bills is moving Into the grist mill tenement. Mrs, R. B. Tasslo Is 111 with Influenza. Roy Benjamin, who is attending school at Barre. is ill with ' mumps. Frank Thompson is moving to 'the Monroe Lyford plneo.-Nellio Martin spent Sunday with her parents. Those ill are for the most part improving. WORCESTER Henry L. Abbott, postmaster and mer chant. Is one of tho latnst victims of the tlu. Sumner Johnson Is dangerously ,111 with pneumonia. The. play given by tho children of tho comer school Saturday night by local talent tvaa very successful and well attended. Alonzo L. Richardson, Civil wnr veteran, ST. years old. Is con fined to his bed nt tho home of his daugh ter. Mr:;. Henry Bosley, In Middlesex. Thu remains of Roy Gray, who died at his homo Wednesday Feb. 20, wero taken to Montpeller and placed In tho vault un til spring. Services were held at tho bouse Friday afternoon,' the Rev. Fred Fnglo ofllclatlnff. Jamos I'odrozo and his thrru sons. Noyes, Charles and Goorge, wero the bf.arers. Mrs. Gray remains quite 111. Mr. Gray has been a i Krent sufTerer for several years but his last illness was of short duration. He eaveo besides his wife, two brothors Frank K. and F.rncst, residing In thla town. Mr. Gray was tS years old and had ro3ldod hero all hla life. WARREN .1. L. Spauldlns was In Burlington tho past week. .Mrs. Clarenco Strong was In Middlesex t-'uvernl days the past week with her sister, Mrs. Charles Bingham. Dr. Welch of Northlleld wns In town last , Thursday.-Deotli has entered tho home OI iUU. A I Alice Rich for tho third time tak ing Nellie, thc oldest daughter. She ennio here from Maine six week! ago to alond tho funeral of her mother at.il stayed to asHlst In caring for the other sick ones until taken with the fever. Sho leaves a husband, Frank Stewart, and a son four years old. One other daughter In Mrs. Rich's family is critically 111 with the fevor. Gabo Senolr nnd I'arl Fuller were lu Montpeller tho past veck, Mr. and Mrs. 13. C. Hutch are both III with the prevailing distemper. Justin Tucker was In Northfleld tho past week. Vern Stone, who has been living in Granville, has moved luck to town. Harry Ustey of Taunton. Mass,. Is visiting his grand mother, Mrs. Mary Kstcy. Anna Turner, who has been with her tilmer In St. Al bans, ban returned and will supply aa teacher for Delia Rich for tho rcmalncdr of this term. Alfred Lamb hau sold hla farm to his son, F.rp.cM. Mr. Tozler of ruti5flold was In town Saturday M A . vvmasor uouniy TtrTrTfYTTC TWim-ft Prederlek II. Hahhltt nf rii-tintr a candidate for tho Hepubllcan part lioftinllrMtnl ..MI.,,-I.- . ( lr)iH fvtin1.i .... s .. Carlo, for Homo 23 yarn tho owner "" rWi3 wii i5uuiii .uitin airueii ai Ih Burvived by a daughter nnd two Tho first of two carloads of cedar fnr flm lninu U I U . .... I.. I.. f mr npr.lMsi.Lnrn T ) Ittllll Smith received ordern Saturday Junction for an Indoflnlto time. ROCHESTER Tho MlfiHos Kdlth and Grace- UaJIy called home by thc sudden death of Kranarauier, Mr. Wood. MIhh Bakersflcld for u few weeks. Mrs. K nnmnn hnu ,...... i u lutuinru v. iiui iiuil AfiU' Virlr PU ..- i ....i. . Wnnrl H-nii ti.. 1.1 C-..-.i . ..-w. i.viu o.iiniiiy tmurnnon home of hla dautrhtrr. Mrs. n Ti.iii' .Standard Hearers held a meeting at Kdna Stockwell'K.-The prayer moetl I 11ft "UotVl-.r1lo T.Stl.nn..l il . . held Thursrlriv iir.nthn iciu -t .... t i - o "mi i'iici j niocKweii, SOUTH ROYALTON i:.irl Hl'jbnrd Is at home from in with Jho mur.iDs. Irvlnz Kh.uMrt I I.K.t. .mn Al'MA)). I.. CH...n..,.i ' pjT.t Sunday at hla home Leon tiki i who i -. seriously 11! of pntumonla. re, still in a critics! condition. His nu Mrs. Xlilllfl Kklnn..r U lrr.n.n..n.. Charles ilonthworth, who has been I povcrM weeks, remains about the sa I'llficir-.'il Jeal, who was absent froi duties part of tnst week because c j we, has resumed his work In tchoo rook. Town meeting was poorly at ed on Tuesday. The following of I were elected: Moderator, Amos J. K town clerk. James F Wai.m.... . director for three vmtn. t k ii.,. school dlrcct-.r for one year In pla H. II. Klbboy, resigned. Garner Dc lister for three yuary, fi. S Ur road commissioner, George Russ; ovc of poor, Albert J. Taylor: trustee of lie lnntif,v r 1 "P.. i .nil . . A. u. wiiitham; oudltur for three fV W IMnTiwl... . ,. A. J. Colon and George K. Taggarti stables', J. A. Whitney and C. T. S gutf). A school tax of tl.SO was r and town and highway tax of I UNIVERSITY' NOTES 'four Sororities Have Initiation lfnn.iicts ntiirriny lrnlng ' I"l(. r.V,?inf.- r.e T.... r... r...... ' riotlnc. ... It. I. I...I, ... Ar ..... -.... I members of th'j class of Hurllngton. Mae Austin of Rlchford, .nr..-. .nn ..r . ....... . U'.,Dhl,,n.. x rt t ... ...... " ( Charlotte and Mary Casey of Burhn 'Hie following guest were present , other chapters: Frances Wiley and MrAnhur of Mlddlebury Colk'ge, M KM., trul...' .in.) .('I.I,'. ... .......... . Lawrence College, Canton, N. V. Fo i lug the Initiation, which was held ii fraternity rooms, a banquet was si In th" New Sherwood Hotel. 1 .....Mi,, i, n, .1,'ivt. ...nulling , To.ifts were responded to by Ma Ca. pent.-r. '21. Helen Andrus, '22, Wniitred i:usell. Fp:--i!o:i chapter of the Alpha XI m. mbeli. oi ill.. Inss of i;i23 Marv . i . .f . i . . . .... ,. IV :.-f. rd. p.. 1. I , s . r cf Isn . b. :ty K : of i..- ,x ,i. ... Mar: ,. i. . , : . i St. A o i ' . i oi, . o f. . ' ton. A...-. ; w s . u i Ve 1110:1 .1 ga .,ea. M 1 it I' '17. of fct. Alun acted as t ;.!. n. The following people respoiiue .j . Elsie Carvl.i, '20, Mildred Hou Mary Shorey. '22. The out-of-town i,.-...,.i. . ...uisuii Hum 1..1I chapter at Jackson College, Ediih si.cn, 1011a irisn, j- anny .Martin, . 1 beth Ranchy nnd Coletta Barrett. Lambda chapter of Kappa Alpha announces the Initiation of the folio girls of the freshman class: Mary ....... l.l ..... ..... - r , A. Macomber of Westford and Rhoda which wns hold at the home of r-. .- , . . . s....iu., .., t. unii.uvi as otr-cu II grill of the New Sherwood. Miss T. Slmnsnn nf rnr-rloi.llr n.t.,rt . to toasts: Katharine Pease, '20. 1 Stiles, '21, Merlo Smalley, '22, R I C...... rtO T... 1 rt ..a .. . Tlmmn.m. '.V. r. , 1 ..V. ... .. . ,. . r:tr.riu r.,t.t. iiAif... -....... -.-... Dewey and Mildred Chapln. tho initiation of the following irn . U ..... . ... .. .. a . ..Muriel Crowe of Bradford, Florence ..i uusiui, .nnie .argent nr wa 1 1 , . . i. . T) .. . I ' . , , . Burlington, all of the clasa of 1523, .urrriam oi i.ocnesier or in.) cias.s o: After tho In'liatlon a banquet .u v'. the Bluo Triangle House. Marie Ma'.ien, '15. acted im toastmlstrefs Th- ......... . ...... ...v.w. yJi "jiiiiiip V I . .1.1 ... , n . ..O , ... I n . ...... . ... ........ ..i t.v . . t.i.,,.11 ,5 Is. of Pnnilfilnli l-'lrtroitrf. cs,,,,,,. ,n tlrleant, Margaret Fllnn, e.-'2l, was present. . .........it ... u. , , c ... .:. the pledging of Pauline Ayers '22 of terhury. on s nnstlnn association were he.'d day afternoon, lluln Ovitt, '21 was ted president: Mary Shores 'a. president; Doris Carpenter, tecrntary nwfluni, ...c't.u cilia. ;ej, , unilc , uate Held representative. The ntsoci: stood unanimously for tho tnoe chango In the membership bails. Wnsson spoko In a most Inspiring 1 bofnro Iho meeting, tclllnc of llu wnieli i . W. C. A., could have In tin iegc. Tho organization meeting- of lI.Vlirnlnw . . .,. ... "ut. l. .,l 1.HKU I IIUIII Micht club was held at tho offk tho secretary last night, with all pointed as follows: Hons Committee Arthur F.- (Imtciii rll.. .-I n . . . i nornton. I)ri i t n .w. I . . . . n.e uouahtic, Charles II. Jonea ami ton Monro, Tho other two mombf tut. .vhi.iim uun ill w'.i. .... :.n.i' eel later. i no uonimotiore, Harry D, c.inm it.. .. ... . .. . fi..., . .. ....... , fleet surgeon. Ilr. Kvnrc.lt St Tmvnn POINTKD ADVICK Borcm "Now, what would you the front door am! give tl-cjc - .ti. London Tlt-Blta.