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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1920.
One Cent a Word Advertising In this column one cent a word each In sertion. Copy may bo changed every week. Cash fn advance required. No advertisement taken which Is less than 12 words, two lines. Special terms to ad vertisers using from 250 to 1,000 lines within 12 con Gecutive months. WANTED WANTED--At rietcher Qunrry, Wonrtbury, Vt., open flhop qunrry frnm March 1, 102(1, wanted now two complete derrick crown. I have. Bcneral store and furnlnh goods to men In my employ at wholesale prices, houses rent at $8.00 to $10 per month. Hurface quarry and Rood machinery. Write for more Information and state your experience In a Branlte quarry or marblo quarry. Will hire a few appren tices. K. It. Fletcher, Woodbury. Vt. 41.w.tf FOR SALE TWO STANPINO HARKS for sale, ono 30x05 ft., two floors, one 30x10 ft., base ments to both, pood condition: will sell standing or will take down and ship to nearest station and set up elsewhere. Write r. O. nox 311, Jtarrlwlck, Vt. 37,w,3m. vorahle. Mr. Daniels nnd daughter, Mrs. Mabel Barrows, nnd Dr. J. M. Calsse were present tit the operation. The meeting of the Vergenncs Orange, which wns to have been held Tuesday evening, will bo held this evening when the first nnd f-ocond degrees will be con ferred on a largo class of candidates. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilnrry Wood have been In Rutland the past few days because, of the Illness their daughter, Mrs. William Larrnbee. The condition of Mrs, Larrnbee, which was first thought to bo critical, Is much Improvod.-E. W. Whitney of Rochester, N. V., visited hero yesterday. Mrs. Charles Snow and son, Earl, and Mrs. Arthur Tatro, who havo been visit ing their sister, Mrs. Iouls nondeau, have returned to Worcester, Mass. W. W. Bristol has gone on n business trip to Boston, The senior class of tho Vcr genncs high school will glvo a poverty supiter Saturday evening from five to eight at Orange hall. Tho proceeds for tho bcnollt of tho class fund. Thomas Harte, who recently undorwent an opera tion nt the fanny Allen hospital, Wlnoo skl, Is at the Norton Houso convalescing. Mrs. Ernest H. Buttles of iiurungion FOR RENT .0-ACRK TnrCK KAIIM nt Westminster Station Vt.. to rent, near corn cannery that pays $30 per ton for sweet corn nnd waste back. Write me at Watorbury, Vt., until Saturday, or call on me at S3 No. Union St., Burlington. Saturday nlRht. W. V. Farr. Ol.nt.w.lt FARMS FOR SALE PARM I'OR HAI.K. IBS acres, fair buildings, running water, BOO corda wood, will win ter 25 head stock; price $2'i0n, $1,000 down. K. C. Gltchell, 107 State St., Mont pellcr. Ol.fU.w.lt For Sale or To Rent CEDAR CROFT Attractlvo property at Cedar Beach, Charlotte. House, bam, Ico-housc, dock about 12 acres of woodland. For full particulars inquire of Mrs. W. J. Van Patten, 433 So. Union St.. Burlington, Vt. BB.tu.th.wlcy.tr. HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from page one.) v MrsrciaVcncoXsmith- Tuesday. ?. house at the Lower Mrs. Buttles was formerly Miss baran Wlllard, daughter of tho late Dr. O. B. F. Willard of this placc.-C. T. R. Plerco has returned from Sara toga Springs, N.Y., whero he was a delegate from tho Ver Kennes Methodist Church to tho laymen's meeting at tho Troy Conference. Miss Krama Fuller of Mlddlobury, county homo demonstrator, will bo present at tho Community club meeting this evening. Mr. and .Mrs. Alvln Mctcalf, who have been visiting her mother, Mrs. Henry P. Fisher, returned to Springfield. Mass., yesterday. Miss Susan Merrill, who has been making her home with Mr. and Mrs. E. .T. Bodctte, has gono to the homo or Mr. nnd Mrs. Julius Kingsley. W. II. Stokes of Mlddlehury called on friends here yestordny. Miss Ruth Merrill has moved to tho home of Mrs. Eliza Qulnn. BRISTOL lco cream and cake was served nnd nil left wising Mr. and Mrs. Hmllh much success In their new home. Tho grange held n meeting Friday evening nnd worked tho first nnd second degree. Thero will be a meeting Friday evening It will bo' "corn night" County Agent Churchill nnd Miss Fuller will glvo talks. Stuklcy W. Smith dlccf at his homo Thursday evening of heart failure. Ho was M years of ago and was born and had always lived on tho farm whero ho died. Ho leaves a widow, 94 years of ago; ono son. Dr. M. D. Smith of Pelham, N. Y nnd ono daughter. Mrs. Spencer Hawley of Panton. Tho funeral was held Sunday afternoon from his home, tho Rov. A. J. Bowser officiating. The bear ers were: Dr. M, D. Smith, Clarence Hawley, Spencer Hawley, Bobort Stow, O. A. Smith and Bush Wlllmarth.-Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Cross were Sunday guests of Mrs. Conant of West Panton. Mrs. Helen Hlllon of Connecticut Is tho guest of her sister, Mrs. W. W. Clark. GRANVILLE Fred Burko has moved his family from VII- lago to tho house purchased of William Shirley at tho Corner. Herman Ford wp.i In Bnrro last week. Mr. and Mrs. Hnraco Hook, who have been boarding nt Frank I.lngard's during tho winter, have gono to Ida Tabers to board. The Bov. T. H. Crescy or Rochester called on friends In town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H, B. Luce spent two days in town last week. The rear of the Champlaln Reality Co's., log drlvo left town Monday. Donald Meado of Mlddlehury. has been announced. Frederick and Walter Pigeon who accompanied the body of their father, Augustus Pigeon, a former resident here, for burial, have returned to Central Falls, R. I. Mrs. Pigeon and daughter, Miss Jennie, who came with them, will remain for the week. Miss .Tulla Douglass has returned to Rutland after a visit to her sister, Mrs. John Garno. Mrs. Charles Barrows Is tem porarily assisting in tho Vergenncs Cen tral telephone office. Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Benaud spent tho week-end with Mr. Rcnaud's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Desire Renaud. Harry M. Norton has been confined to tho house by illness tho past few days. Tho sowing class will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Fred Andrus. Tho Rev. William S. Mulholland has been returnod for another year as pastor of tho Vergenncs and Forrisburg Methodist Episcopal Churches. Miss Mary Bartley, who has been passing the winter with her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Bartley, has gono to Now York city and Bridgeport, Conn., for an Indefinlto stay. Walter W. Bristol shipped a carload of mixed cattle Monday to tho Boston mar ket. Mrs. Oeorgo D. Mlddlebrook has been recalled to Johnson by the condition of her daughter. Miss Florence Middle brook. Mrs. Charles Duprey has re returned from a visit to hor son, George Duprey, and family of Bristol. Miss Mary Garno of Burlington passed the week-end with her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. John Garno. The funeral of John Dcmper, whoso death occurred on Thursday of last week, was held at St. Peter's Church Monday morning at nine o'clock, tho pastor, the Rev. I.. A. Vozlna. officiating. The hear ers wore Henry G. Morris, Frederick Mil ler, John H. Donnelly, Guy A. Beach, Frank Geo and Charles H. Calsse. Burial was In St. Peter's cemetery. The flora tributes ronslsted of a handsomo wreath of red ropes and galaxy leaves from the employes of the Vermont Shade Roller company, where tho deceased was em ployed, and wreaths and cut flowers from relatives and friends, besides spiritual bouquets. Relatives attending the. fun eral from out of town were Joseph Dcm per of Burlington, Mrs. Augustus Pigeon and daughter. Miss Jennie, of Contra! Falls, R. I., Mrs. Arthur Tatro and Mrs. Charles Snow and son, Earl, of Worces ter, Mass. Lawronco Panton and Charles LeBeouf, who havo been In town for the Easter vacation, tho former at the, homo of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pan ton and the, latter at the homo of his aunt, Mrs. W. H. Norton, returned Mon day to their studies at St. Michael's Col lege, Winooskl. Mrs. Colhy of Bristol Is visiting Mrs. Nellie Chase, at tho homo of ( T. S. Plerce.-Mlldred Wymnn, who has been stenographer at tho O, I.. Hinds company of Burlington for tho past two years, has resigned and accepted a posi tion at tho Winooskl Savings Bank. Miss Wymnn begins her duties tho first of May. Prin. W. II. Carter bnH announced tho honors of the class of 1920 of tho Ver gennes high school as follows: First, Eve lyn Bristol, second, Jesslu Neal, third, Besslo Stagg, Mrs, Mitchell H. Daniels went Saturday to visit hor brother, J. H. Lavlgno of Burlington, John II. Selden, principal of tho Bristol high school passed tho week-end with his wlfo at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E, A. Lee. Tho condition of Mrs. Juba Daniels, who underwent an operation Saturday at tho Fanny Allen hospital, Winooskl, Is fa- Thomas Dupont died at ills homo on North street Thursday afternoon about six o'clock. Mr. Dupont suffered a stroke of paralysis In the winter but got better so that ho was ahlo to bo about but, but ho was subject to bad spells with his heart which was the cause of his death. lie Is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Valley Varncy, with whom he lived. Mrs. Fred Sargent died nt her home on Church street Wednesday April 7 after a long nnd painful Illness. She Is survived by her husband and three chil dren, Fred nnd Ona McClenln of Boston and a daughter, Ella McClenln, who cared for her mother during her Illness. Tho funeral was held Friday afternoon at her lato home with burial in Hlnosburg. Tho funeral of Thomas Dupont was held at St. Ambrose's Church Monday morning at ten o'clock. Tho Rev. N. Li. Archambault ofllclated. Tho burial was In Mt. St. Joseph cemetery. J. M. Root Is very ill at the homo of bis son, D. M. Root, on West street. Mrs. Daisy C. Mulllngs spent the week-end in Burling ton, tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Emmett O'Bryan. Mrs. A. B. C. Demlng Is criti cally ill nt hor home on West street. W. E. Jennings of Burlington spent Sun day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jennings. James McCarl has sold his placo northeast of this village to Harold O'Connor. Benjamin Couslno lias gono to Windsor, where ho has n position In n machlno shop. C. V. Bunn nnd W. D. Roche havo opened a real estate and Insurance agency in Bristol. Mr. and Mrs. Clement Vnrney left Wednesday for Detroit. Mich., where they expect to reside. Mrs. J. C. Norton has re turned from a two weeks' visit txi her parents in Poultncy. At the annual meeting of Llbanus Lodge, the following oftlccrB wore elected: W. M., T. K. Burnhnm; S. W., Edward Orvls; J. W., E. I. Oarrow; secretary, W. E. Morgan: treasurer, I.. C. Bain. W. E. Hanks is nblo to bo out after his recent Illness. Agnes Fltzslmmons was awarded a prize for canning and I.. Shorwln Clark a prize for maple sugar by the Vermont State Bankers' association. J. M. Root died nt the homo of his son, D. M. Root, on West street Mon day night. Tho funeral will bo held Friday afternoon nt two o'clock at the old homo plaoo on Footo street, Mlddlehury. Tho Interment will bo in) Mlddlobury. There will be a special business meeting of tho Baptist Church nt eight o'clock Thrusday eve ning to consider tho calling of a pas tor. Cards havo been received an nouncing the marrlago of Miss Mary Hopkins of Harwell, N. Y., to Earl Russell BraAloy of that city. Miss Hopkins was a former domestic sci ence teacher of tho high school. A. C. Summer has received word that his sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Sumner, of East Mlddlobury is very ill, with llttlo hopes ot recovery. According to re ports from the conference, the Rev. E. G. Gould, for two years pastor of tho Federated Church, has been assign ed to tho pastorate of tho Mlddlehury Methodist Church. This came as a groat surprise as tho church extend ed an unanimous call for his return. Not only tho church loses a fine preacher nnd pastor but the com munity loses a splendi 1 citizen, a man who by his example and teachings has brought ahout a community spirit that his not existed bofore, Tho ladles of tho Federated Church will serve 1 an Easter supper at tho Church Frl- uay evening rrom rivo to Beven. This will he a sort of Jubilee supper to cele brate tho raising of tho $1,000 church debt. Dr. G. F. Edmunds Is conduct ing medical Inspection In the Ver genncs schools this week. The pupils of the high school gave Mrs. Merrill an informal reception at assembly hall Tuesday evening. Tho program consisted of music by tho or chestra and girls' gloo club, vocal duots and a solo by Mrs. Dcnlo. Each class performod a "stunt" which varlc.l tho program and furnished no end of fun for the guests. The fifth class re ceived a prize which was a largo cake. This they shared with the first class In appreciation of their stunt which was a mock marrlago service. In bo hulf or tho pupils Superintendent Beebo presented Mrs. Morrill with a box containing $15 in gold. Refresh ments of punch and wafers were serv ed. Tho Misses Anna and Alta Coolcy wore called to Brandon Wednesday by tho .leath of their grandfather. Mrs. C'ooley lias been thero for soma tlmn caring for him. J. B, Pope of Middle bury Is the guest or his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Pope. Mrs. A. A. Hler nnd Mrs C. D. O'Bryan wont to East Mlddlobury Wednesday to see tholr aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Sumner, who Is critically 111. WALTHAM Mr. and Mrs. William Lagaroc havo gone to White River Junction, where he has a position on a farm. Mr. and Mrs. George Evarts of Panton visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Evarts, Sun day. Tho maple sugar season is about over In this vicinity, not a very large amount being made. James Bristol of Vergenncs visited Charles Otis last Saturday. G. A. Hunt was In Now Haven on business last Saturday. Donald Hunt. Charles Otis and William Booth havo Joined the Boy Scouts. house. Tho marrlago of Chnrles Elthorp nnd Miss Eva Shaw took place at tho Baptist parsonago Tuesday afternoon in Mlddlobury. NORTH FERRISBURG Tho Lcdles' Aid society met with Mrs. Calvin Martin yesterday. Miss Evallne Drow of Barro Is a guest ot Miss Helen Klngsland. Miss Laura King, who has been seriously III with typhoid fever, Is gaining slowly. Oeorgo James Is regaining his strength after his long Illness. Chittenden County HUNTINGTON CENTER Henry Brewster died at Waterbury Thursday of pneumonia. Ho Is survived by a wlfo or this town, ono son, Forrest, ot Starksboro, his mother or Waterbury, a brother, Hiram Brewster, or Burling ton and a sister, Mrs. Edward Charles, or this town. Tho funeral anil burl.it wero held at tho North village. Mrs. Jennlo Russett has gono to Bangor, N, Y to visit her mother, who Is 111. W. W. Hlgley and family of Richmond nro visit ing his brother, A. 11. Hlgley. Alfred Wright Is moving Into the houso ho re cently bought of Oeorgo Bartlctt. Hiram Brewster of Burlington was an over-Sunday visitor of F. R. Strong nnd s. J, Randall. WINOOSKI SHOREHAM Henry Soudcrl and Addle Turrlll were married Friday afternoon at tho parson ago by the Rev. R. B. Simmons. Shore- ham needs a plumber. Tuesday April 20, supper will bo served In the ladles' rooms nt seven o'clock, which will bo fol lowed by an nddrcss on tho Inter-Church World Movement bv the Rev. W. 1 Frazler of Vergenncs. Mrs. S. 7.. Walker nnd son, Russell, were hero from Brld port for the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Guyetto have returned to their farm here. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Dudley, John DoWolf nnd Harley Cook wero in W eybridgo Tuesday to attond tho funeral of a relative, Mrs. OIlvo (White) McAuly. t red Guyetto received word Tuesday of the death or his sister. Miss Olive Guyetto. in a sanatorium In Albany. Miss Guyetto was a trained nurse and had been ill several weeks. Hands Cove Chapter. D. A. R., meet at the homo or Mrs. Harry Church Saturday April 17. Tho service Sunday, April IS, in tho Con gregational Church will he at two o'clock, when thero will bo an Infant baptism. PANTON The stcrcoptlcan slides, "Around the World In a Day," given by tho Rev. Spldell at tho Baptist Church wero very good and a good number was out to seo them. Refreshments wero served and tho sum of $8 added to tho church treasury. Mr .and Mrs. C. Spauldlng attended tho funeral Sunday of Stukoly Smith of East Addison. David PIchard or Water bury, Conn., has arrived nt his rarm hero ror tho summer. Tho Ladles' Homo Cir cle mot Wednesday ovening with the president, Mrs. Wright Hoyt. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. J. Stagg of Vergenncs spent Sat urday night and Sunday with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Spauldlng. Wil liam Stanton of Bristol spent a few days In town last week, Mrs. Stanton Cross of East Addison has recently visited her Mstor, Mrs. Adella Conant, and family. Howard Allen and mother, Mrs. Jenctto Spauldlng spent last Saturday at John Spauldlngs. Tho Rev. Elmer West has been assigned to tho pastorato of the Federated Church hero and will bosln his duties next Sunday at tho Methodist Episcopal Church, wtioro tho services will he held during tho conference. A very heavy rain fell Monday night and Tues day. The low-lands, brooks and collars are flooded. HANCOCK A daughter, Fanny Elinor, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Whlttlor, April 2. Mrs. G. B. Farr was In Randolph several days iHst week. Mrs. Perils Andrews died April 1 at the homo of her son, Fred. Sho had been a groat sufferer for somo time with a bronchial cough and bad heart. Tho Interment was In Rochester North Hollow cemetery by tho sldo of her husband, who died 10 years ago. The Rev, J. P. Marvin of Rochester of ficiated. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Archer and two children visited her parents tho first of tho week In Rochester. Joseph Cusson; west ward, Octavo Cor mier: water commissioner for threo years, F. E, Blgwood; library trustees, Oeorgo R. Stnckpolo for flvo years nnd il. A. Bnlley for threo years. Tlio Rev. R. li. Wnshburno has been appointed to tho Methodist Episcopal Church nt Wllllnmstown, Mass., the seat of Williams College. Ho will lcavo ror his now field the last of next week, Mr. Washburno hah served tho local church for flvo years and while a resident hero has mado many friends. ESSEX JUNCTION LINCOLN Loron pointed P. W. visited E. Jackman has con re-ap-llcenso commissioner by Gov. Clement. Miss Grace Turner in Starksboro last week. Mrs. ADDISON The reception for .Mr. and Mrs. Russell Smith on Wednesday evening was a pleasant affair. About Ml were present. SYRUP CANS Best make, heaviest material, immediate shipment delivered to your nearest R. R. Station by express or freight. Also for immediate delivery. MONITOR GATHERING TANKS ROUND BOTTOM STORAGE TANKS Communicate with us to-day. The Leader Evaporator Co., Burlington, vt Charles Grace of South Starksboro was a recent visitor In town. The Ladles' Aid society will have their annual election or officors Wednesday afternoon, April 14. The regular meeting or Prospect Orange will bo held Tuesday evening and District Deputy A. T. Clark of Addison will be present. Morrltt Stowo of Springfield has boen visiting his sister, Mrs. Frank Atkins. Officers or tho United Sunday school havo been elected as follows: Super. Intendent, T. K. Burnham; assistant superintendent, C. A, Purlnton; secretary, Harold Gove; troasurer, C. A. Purlnton; chorister, W, E. Butterfleld. Fred James of Underhlll spent the week-end nt the homo of Mrs. James' father, Elmer Parent. A dance will be given Friday eve ning nt Jnckman & Garland's hall. Mrs. Morton Hale of Cabot Is visiting In town. Qwynno Bean returned Saturday to the University of Vermont. Miss Lottie Philips, who has been spending a vaca tion here from hor school In Benson, re turned Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Ben ton wore In Northflold Saturday to at tend tho funeral of a relative. Fred Jackman and family of Bristol spent Sun day In town. NEW HAVEN Mrs. F. E. Rowloy Is visiting in Bur lington, Mrs. F. M. Partch Is visiting In Boston and Fremont, N. II. Mrs. Paul Barcor baa returned homo rrom a visit with rrlonds in Burlington nnd North Ffcrrlsburg. Mrs. Holen Hnthorne and Mrs. D. O. Jones entertained tho Ladles' Union Wednesday, April 14. Mrs, Jennie Blair of Pcacham Is a guost of Mr, and Mrs. O. C. Coates. A bluo Jay sup per will bo given by tho Juniors tn tho town hall Friday evening. Silas Doud and daughter have moved to their new homo at tho street. Mrs. M. Poulln Is keeping house for her son, Raymond. BRIDPORT Datus Rice of Montpeller Is visiting friends In town. Stella Austin Is In Rlchvllln with relatives. Mrs. John Stokes who has been III, Is Improving, Allan Chandler has returned home after spending a few days with his grand mother, Mrs, Allard, Arthur Jabot nnd Tho marrlago of Evroul J. Desautels, a machinist, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Desautels of CS Hlckok St.. and Miss Evelyn Walker of 02 Chase street, Burlington, was solomnlzcd Monday morning at St. Francis Xavler's Church by tho Rev. Joseph Turcot. News has heen received of tho pro motion of Henry Chlcolne, n former resident of this place, but now or Montreal, to the position of purchas Ing agent for tho Smardon Shoo Ltd. of that city. Mr. Chlcolno loft about a year ago and has been In tho om ploy or that concern since leaving this village. At tho close or tho session of the Troy annual conference at Saratoga, N. Y. Monday afternoon tho Rt. Rev. William Burt, D. D LL. D., or Ruffnln, N. Y nnnounced tho appointment or the Bov. II. A. Durree, D. D., LL. D of Salem, N. Y to the pastorate of tho Methodist Episcopal Church in this village. Dr. Dur feo has already served a pastorate In this village and his many friends will wel- como his return to town. Ho will occupy his new pulpit next Sunday. Ono or tho largest attended annual vil lage meetings was hold last evening in corporation hall When tho voters of tho vlllago of Winooskl met and elected tho various officers. Tho hall wan packed with voters who had como up with tho Inton tlon of fighting somo of the articles In tho warning, hut outside of tho orrico ot wa ter commission and vlllago trustees very little opposition was encountered nnd the meeting was conducted In a quiet manner. Somo opposition came up ahout maintain ing a regular police rorcc of three police men, as tho opposition thought that thero mght to bo but one policeman. Instead of throe, in order to cut down expenses, but whon it was brought out in a very plain manner that the vlllago needed tho po licemen to-day as well as during the time that tho saloons were, open, tho majority In tho hall thought so too. For when they wero called upon to vote to seo whether thoy would amend tho article calling for a voto maintaining a regular police force of tho policemen, the yeas wero deafening In their answer. Thero were two opponents for the office of water commissioner, F. E. Blgwood and F. E. Vlllemalre, Mr. Blgwood receiving 103 whllo Mr. Vllle malre received 143, and a scattered voto of 20. Mr. Blgwood, therefore was elected water commissioner to servo threo years. There was opposition In each ward for tho office of trustee, thero being three and four opponents outside ot tho south ward In both tho other wards. In tho south ward, John O'Brien was elected trustee over John Laval ley by a majority ot 37 votes, Mr. O'Brien receiving 61 and Mr. Lavalley 14. In the east ward, thero wero threo candidates, Harry Rltter, E. A Richard and Joseph Cusson. Mr. Cusson was elected, having received fit votes, Har ry Rltter 19 and Eugene A. Richard 35. In the west ward, Octavo Cormier wan tho winning candidate. In this ward thero were rour opponents, Adolph Vallco who received 11 votes; Ernest Brown 3a; Ed ward Bashaw 30 and Octavo Cormier 59 votes. Mr. Cormier has already served a number or terms as trustee In this ward. Tho present vlllago president, Albert Dubuc, who was a candidate tor re-election, had an easy time of It, as there was no opposition to him and he was unanimously elected. Georgo R. Stackpole was elected to serve as library trustee for flvo years and H. A. Bailey was elected to fill tho unexpired term of two years of the late D. E. O'Rulllvan. Articles 9th, 10th and Uth. pertaining to tho purchaso of tho Congregational Church property for tho sum of $10,000, was withdrawn fcccauro of failure to comply with tho provisions of tho rovlstd stntutes of 1017. Following Is a brief sum mary of tho veto on the various articles voted on last evening: Artlclo one, It was voted to accept tho report of the village officers ; nrtlcln two, It was voted to maintain a regular police force; articlo three. It wr.s voted to approprlato tho Bum of JCO0 for tho maintenance of the Fre.o Public library; article four, it was voted to exempt the firemen of tho vit iligo from paying tho vlllnge poll tax; article five, It was voted to appropriate tho sum ot $100 for tho support or tho tiro department of tho village; article six, It was voted to extend tho public sewer on Forest street ISO feet; artlclo seven, it wan voted to pay the taxes assessed on Its grand list of 193) directly to the treasurer; article eight, to see what per cent on n dollar on Its grand list for 1920, the vlllago will vota to pay Its debts find tho current expenses of tho ensuing ytar, nnd when It shall bo collected. On this artlclo tho chairman was asked to appoint a cnmmttteo of threo to retire and to recommend a rate of tax to pay Its debts and current expenses. Tho fol lowing commltteo was appointed to Eorvo, Qoorgo H. Horton, H, A. Bailey and Louis Mongoon. They returned recommending a tax of 90 cents for current expenses and an additional tax of 20 cents be raised for tho sinking fund, anil tho following resolution was presented: Resolved that tho board or village trustees Is Instructed ns follows, that they shall spend during tho fiscal year of 1920 at least 50 per cent of the total amount spent on highways nnd sidewalks In permanent improve ments of highways and sidewalks," Articles Dili, 10th and 11th wero with drawn becauso of tho failure to com ply with tho provisions of tho re vised statin of 1917. Artlclo 12th, pertaining to tho Installation of new flro alarm boxes, ono on the Winooskl Heights, one at the corner of St, Peter and North streets, nnd one nt tho cor ner of North nnd Union strcots was dis missed; artlclo 13th, pertaining tn the re moval of tho flro nlarm box 1J from Its present position to tho corner of Eiuit Allen street nnd East street nnd a now box to bo Installed nt tho corner of Bar low and East Center street was dis missed; nrtlclo 14th, It was voted to In stall hydrants In the following places: ono In front of Dr. Shcehan's residence on East Allen and ono at the corner of Main and East Center streot. Following aro tho officers rlocted: Moderator, F. E. Blgwood; vlllago president, Albert A. Dubuc; vlllago clerk. Joseph Cnuchon; treasurer. C o. Allard; collector of taxes, '! P. Wnlcott; auditors, Leo Abalr, hdwnrrt Horton and George Graves; trus- A son was born Friday to Mr. and Mrs, II. U. Smith of Charlotto nt tho Mary Fletcher hospltnl. Mrs. Smith la n daugh ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Rico of this place. Miss Lydla Potter of Providence, R, I., a graduate of Simmons College, Boston, who has been teacher of household economics In the high school for two years, will sever her connection with tho school In Juno to tako Miss Holden's position In extension work In tho Univer sity of Vermont. A son was born Saturday night to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Reed. Mrs. Earl Barnes, who was operated upon nt tho Fanny Allen hospltnl Mon day, was doing well Tuesday. Miss Dorl Ennls of Essex Center Is teaching at Butler's Corners In placo of MIsr Oortrudo Flynn or Essex Junction, resigned. Miss Mnry Carroll tins been re-engaged to teach the GrlfTln school tor another school year. This will bo her sixth year In this school. Miss Lucia St. Amour or the teachor t raining class is engaged to teach the Hanley school In Essex tho next school year. Her sister, Miss Anna( will teach at Page's Corners. Mlsfl Rowena Hicks or the tencher tmlning class Is to teach the Brlgham Hill school. Tho O. A. R. ladles will hold their regu lar meeting Friday evening, after which thoro will bo a social meeting in honor of tho February. March and April birthdays. All members nro requested to nttond. Claudo I. Hunter or Proctor Is spending the week with his mother, Mrs. D. J. Hunter. Mrs. Hunter and little son aro In Worcester, Mass., visiting her mother. who expects to leave soon on a visit to her former home In England. Mrs. Anna Orton has gono to Flint, Mich., to spend somo tlmo with her sis ter, Mrs. E. S. Lunt. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A. Marblo havo mov ed hero from Northflold nnd are occupying the Gaines houso which they purchased of Mrs. M. C. Fisher. Mrs. Linus Phelps who has been 111 Is Im proving. JERICHO News has been received hero of the death of Otallno Ava, only child of Mr. nnd Mrs. Chelsle Goodwin, at the homo of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn L. Booth, of Hardwlck, March 2S, at the ago of ten months and threo days. Sho was 111 of double pneumonia following in lluenza. Tho funeral was held prlvatoly Tuesday April 0. The Rev. Mr. Wat tie of the Congregational Church officiated. The body was placed in the Main street receiving vault. Mrs. Goodwin will bo remembered by friends In this placo as Miss Florence Booth. Mrs. J. Edward Jacobs and son wero In Wllllston at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Murphy April 7 and were accompanied home by Mrs. Hoyt, who has been helping care for those III In tho family. Raymond Allen has completed work for Fred Stevens nnd has gone to Wllllston to work for R, E. Brown. Miss Kntherlno Hoyt, of Fltzdale, nnd Miss Tholma Hoyt, of Morrlsvllle, were recent visitors nt tho homo or Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Jacobs. Mrs. Walter Wardlaw and children, of St. Albans, aro visiting at tho honje of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wert Brlgham for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Jacobs were at the Fanny Allen hospital Thursday. Mrs. Walter Wardlaw and daughter, Margurite, who havo been spending a few days with her parents, havo returned to their homo in St. Albans. Mrs. Wnrd law was accompanied home by her daugh ter, Mary, who has been here tho past Tew weeks. Mrs. Harriet Kinney is quite 111 with tho prevailing distemper and Mrs. Hattlo OtLs is caring for her. Miss Ruth Pettlnglll Is working at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Hammond Sinclair In Essex. William Densmore, or Burlington, has rented the tenement recently vacated by Mrs. Florence Whlto and will move thero this week. Mrs. Robert Lapan Is qulto 111 with tho prevailing distemper. Mrs. William Buxton, or Burlington, was a visitor at the homo or Mr. and Mrs. Wil son Curtis Saturday. Charles Reavy, who spent the winter in California, has ar rived In town. Herbert Hutchinson and Martin Powell wero lu Burlington Sat urday on business. Maurice Beers, of Montpeller, was an over-Sunday visitor at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlssoll. -Miss Mildred Hanley has employment at the Mary Fletcher hivspltal, Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hitchcock, of Cambridge, wero Sunday visitors at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Carman S. Brush, Mrs. Ralph Stygles nnd children wero Sunday visitors nt the homo of her mother, Mrs. Bennett, at Underbill. Tho Row William Cash mere was In Cambridge Wednesday eve ning and Bpoke on "A Vermont Circuit Rider's Experience In the Sub-Artlc." Miss Annlo Putnam, who has been visit ing hor mother, Mrs. Hattie Otis, at the homo of her grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. Jnmcs McCIuro, returned to her school work In Now York Saturday. Edytho M. Perry went to Underhlll Monday to re sume her teaching after a four weeks' vacation. Mrs. Carman S. Brush, who has boen 111, Is hotter. Tho Rev. A. H. Sturgess preached his farewell sermon Sunday. John Schlllhammer was in Bur lington Saturday at tho Mary Fletcher hospital to visit Mr. Burroughs. Miss Ida Booth Is staying with her mother, Mrs. Bert Booth nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Rice. Miss Bortha Schlllhammer, who has been at the homo of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. Schlll hammer for a four weeks vacntlon hns returned to her school work in Westford. Wright Foster hns completed his work at Borden's In Richmond nnd will bo here with his mothor, Mrs. Abblo- Foster. Miss Allco Kcesley or Burlington was an over Sunday visitor nt tho homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. William. Schlllhammer.-MIss Paulino Pallne of tho University of Ver mont and John Sweeney of Island Pond wero Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Stevens. Mrs. Reginald Hawley of Now York city Is spending several weeks at the homo or Mr. nnd Mrs. B. Hawley.-Roy Kimball or Green field, Mass., Is In town getting his house hold goods ready to movo to Greenfield ror a ruturo home.-Donnld Hnwley of Exeter Academy was nt the home of his parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. B. C. Hawley, for his Easter vacation, William Deterge, Fred Deforgo and Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan Stono wero Sunday visitors nt tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. William Ladcnu, Vlsltors In Burlington Monday wore Mcs. Abbio Foster, Mr, and Mrs. Archie Lapan nnd T, 11. Wllllams.-Mlss Helen Schlllhammer of Jrfforsonvlllo was a Sunday visitor at the homo of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Schlllham-mcr.-Mrs. Harriet Kinney, who Is seriously III, remains about tho same .Herbert Hutchinson bus purchased tho Roy Kimball Iioubc. Mrs. Clyde Wlldor and two daughters wero guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs. Philip Tomllnson In Essox. Miss Anna Yantz hns finished clerking for Jordan & Ncaly and Is nt the homo of her mother, Mrs. Catherine Ynntz. Miss Ethel Mungor of Bolton nnd Maurlco Boors of Whlto River wero Sunday visitors of Miss Mildred Wlsscl. Kcth Bruco of Burlington was a guest Satur day of his nunt, Mrs. Irving Ballard. Harold Hunt of Burlington was a guest of his mother, Mrs. Lillian Hunt, Satur day. Galen Cady or Essex Junction was n guest or Frank Kinney Sunday and Is also visiting his brother, W. B. Cady. Tho Rev. nnd Mrs. F. J. Malzard nnd lit tlo son left Monday for Utlca, N, Y where they will spend somo tlmo nt tho home of Mrs. Mnlr.ard's parents. In tho absence of tho regular pastor, the Rev, A, S. Bole, pastor nt large, will preach noxt Sunday. Tho following officers havo been elected to put over tho Congre gational world movement drive: Director, E. B. Jordan; assisting director of listing, Dr. M. O. Eddy; assistant llrector of publicity, W. S. Nealy; wom an's work, Mrs. Eliza Thompson. Tho local quota Is $500. Madam Malzard will board with Mrs. Wlldor nnd Haywood during Mr. Malzard's absence. HINESBURG Miss Mabel Eddy, who has been with her parents for somo tlmo, returned to her school In New York Saturday. Mrs. W. Burlcy was at the store of C, G. Reed Thursday with a good supply of new spring hats. It Is expected that sho will bo thoro on Thursday for several weoks. Miss Ruth Huhbell spent the. weok-end In Burlington. Her brother, Landon, Is at tho Fanny Allen Allen hospital. Mrs. Lute Coates, who has had a seri ous operation at tho Mary Fletcher hos pltal. Is gaining. Howard J. Sprague hns returned from tho Fanny Allen hospital. Mrs. David Carpenter Is entertaining hor sister, Mrs. Russell, of Jersey City, N. J. Miss Veda Cassldy returned Monday to her work at Plattsburgh Normal school. The regular meeting of Hope Circle of King's Daugh ters will bo held with Mrs. Addlo Reed Friday afternoon. This will bo an Im portant meeting as delegates to tho Stato convention to bo held In May are to he elected. Ephrlam Blssonetto has moved from Starksboro to tho Corners. Ho will work for tho Borden company. UNDERHILL CENTER Mrs. Bessie Safford Burns, wlfo of G. L. Burn', died last Thursday, after a few days' Illness. Tho funeral was held last Saturday. Mrs. Qulnn having sold her farm, has taken rooms temporarily with Mr. nnd Mrs. Thomas Wimble. The schools opened for the spring term Mon day. Leslie Cook of North Underhlll has rented and moved to Lewis Fltzslm mnnds' farm. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Ter rill have returned after passing tho win ter In Connecticut nnd Massachusetts. Commencing last Saturday and con tinuing Sunday and Monday sugar makers had the biggest run of sap this season. The condition of Freda Tllllson, who has been 111 for several months, is not improved. UNDERHILL Mr. nnd Mrs. J. H. Metcalf are the parents of a son born April 10. Mrs. Minnie Mead of Elmore Is n visitor at F. P. Tllllson's this week. Mrs. L. H. Rock wood or Boston Is tho guest or her moth er, Mrs. Clara Bennett, Tor a row days. The graded school opened Monday after a threo weeks' vacation owing to the prevalanco of mumps. Miss Mildred Mctcalf of West Bolton was In town Sun day. Mrs. Clara Bennett was In Morris vlllo this week to attend the funeral of Mrs. Clark Richardson. Supt. H. S. Read of Richmond visited tho, high school Monday. Miss Ella Place of Richmond was a recent visitor at H. C. Rogue's. Mrs. R. O. Chaso returned from Richmond Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Packard of Jericho Center wore visitors Saturday at C. M. Meads. Mrs. B. H. Day of New York city is the guest of Mrs. A. C. Tumphrcy. Mr. and Mrs. S. M. PalmOer, who havo been spending the winter with their son, in Essex Junction, returned homo last week and have opened their bouse for tho summer. Mis? Doris Small was given a surprise party Saturday evening In honor of her eighteenth birthday. rented his mother's, Mrs. Ida Love flirm In Mlltnn. 1r. nnrl Mrs. I way and threo children expect to of poor health, and during that wira MUI lit V 111 ILUIII II UL OL. IIIU. visiting her cousin, Miss Glennn Mrs. George Glllon of Fairfield hor brother, Charles King, hero. King sold his household goods at Hon Wednesday and It Is ronortcd jwiii il n luiiLnnr in inn ivrRi..i Mrs. Jopcph Sanders of Glens V V . .. ... ' ... c u iiuiu in Hiienri liiu i .1 A T" 1 . . . ... . . - . , . ... .Mr. and Mrs. Peter Jerome left Wednesday morning for Pittsflcld. whero they will visit their daughter Jiarry Vaughn, and famllv. Mrs. -Nathan Smith Is 111 ot hrlght's d at his rather's home, Henry Smith. CHARLOTTE ... .. . Chapter, O. E. S tho following o wero elected for tho ensuing year: Uiy matron, Mrs. Marir.irot Hor WftrOiV nnlrnn tlnh.., T T 1 matron, Miss Emma Leavenworth; dustrens. Mrs. I.lnnU rMHiu. conductress, Mrs. Elizabeth Tower; tary, Mrs. Daisy Williams; trea Mrs. William Fletcher. Thero will evening of April Zl when the Instal of theso ofllccra will tako place. will be a meeting of tho Whist cl Uhrnrv lmll Wr.r1nc,1o.. . Lowls Is at tho Mary Fletcher ho for treatment. Mr. and Mrs, i Smith aro the parents of a sojt, Franklin, born Friday at tho has returnod from Sholhurne Mass. Elliott Frlnk of Randolph Sunday with his family here. k. t Um KlnynUoiiJUc ouUj ward, John O'Brien; cast ward, WESTFORD All tho schools In town except th lago school opened April 12. The at the village will begin April Harold Adams, who has been In the pltal for an operation for append ?ijt:iiii Huiim Lull' nil , r in winui . .41. I . HI LUA.- Ilf-'IIIV 1 .LI and family are moving from the Rico to the village. ESSEX CENTER Harold Adams, at the Fanny Allen pltal, is reported to be gaining ra niter a succeesim operation ior a dlcltls. Mrs. F. M. BIgelow Is serl ill. Her daughter, Lucy BIgelow V arrived from Connecticut Saturday with her mother, Miss Dean and Nash spent the week-end In Middle Mrs. F. M. BIgelow is improving s after a very serious illness Tho of the Federated Church will meet I!! lilKU MJI1U"! i i-.iv. nut a mi fi. Thursday evening. The first and year classes In agriculture are bul n hot-bed coldframe for early veget seeds and plant growth. The En teachers of tho Burlington district meot with Miss Marlon Dean Satt afternoon for the consideration signed topics relative to fundam the high school. HUNTINGTON The funeral of Henry Brewster neiu caiuniiiy tuiurituuti in iwu w at tho Union Church, the service the funeral were his son, Forrest arnf nm w in ill ?M n rKsiitn 11. m brother, Hiram of Burlington. monia. He also leaves a mothor, Annette Brewster. Miss Mabelle tt r'nlr.VioQto. iflin hr. hen a true Miss Marjorle Morrill the past few returned homo Monday. Mrs W nenw.iv weni in t'ltiEiiem .minim visit her daughter, Mrs. Brlccs. MILTON JERICHO CENTER Mrs, Anna Pcaso of Burlington was a guest of her daughter, Mrs. W. J, Nichols, and Mrs. Mallnda Pcaso at tho homo or H. H. Wilder last week, Miss Dessa Bolger has returned rrom Lake Placid, whero sho has been for several weeks. Miss Izctta Barrett wns a guest of tho Misses llulgtn- last week, Mr, and RICHMOND The funeral of Mrs. Elizahcth Peck, of Burlington were guests Sunday of , and Mrs. L. C, Conant, will be held i. of Burlington was a guest of Mr. and Thursday morning at nine o'clock. i v. s Mnrc-nn Snminv Tim npv 1 Peek suffered a shock of paralysis t ... i ru n ..v. nn .. n c -tn u nt. ii.nna affn anil n n il npun mm npn in College Is assisting the Rev. F. H. I bed since that time. The deceased lc Paquet, who Is not in goo.l health and one daughter, Miss Minnie Cutler of unahlo to nttond to nil the church 'town and one son. whu resides In m. a - . t m. .. t- . . Ta--ai n iid jav rn 1 iTfip.f en mrPn UUUr.l IlL n I. SlllllH lIIUl til! 1 lit! JU.IMW c-- n. visit with his daughters in Ban- few days' stay wun ner aauguier in uoipn. .irs. . u. nnoycr expects 10 un."". - leave homo this week to visit her sis-i nave reiurnt n irom a e5 uni" York and Boston. J. w . .Mciiargnan taken suddenly 111 Sunday whi.e ....!.. M'lm.lir, !i i 4a fnnl i.ini ki '.rani lower in aain is v a ids sister, Mrs, A. L Terrlen A su will bo served at the Congregai: Church Friday evening, to which the HIc nre Invited. ST. GEORGE Itr. nnd Mrs. Frank Tcrbor cf '.Mil1 . .v.. 1 Ul.. V-A.'nrtl Tl Forbes, Sunday. Edwin Kchoe if ao bo about. Clark Hinsdale was in llngton Saturday Mrs. Ellen Place- ton Sunday. Earl Ayer was over on Islands last week shipping beans two ri Mrs. Earl Ayer returned homo Wed day evening after passing a few Swanton. Katherlno King Is bettor. ter, Mrs. Clara Bowers, In Mlllhall, Penn.. who Is very 111. -.Mrs. Peter Jerome has a very rare plant, a Texas Easter lily, which has fifteen largo blossoms. Mrs. Jeromo was In Texas a year ago and brought homo tho bulbs which hnve grown Into a large plant. ITlio flowers aro much larger than a tiger Illy and beautiful colors. Miss Helen Robinson, who hns been at homo 111 with mumps, re turned to Alburg Monday, where she Is a teacher In tho public, school. Miss Louella Wagner of Fairfax Is visiting at the homo of John Wagner. Principal of tho Essex Junction high school, with Lawrcnco irtln, wore Sunday guests or Lawrence's parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Martin. Mr. nnd Mrs. Leonard Martin and daughtor roturned to Burlington Sun lay. Tho annual Installation or Chittenden Chapter, No. 59, Order or the Eastern Star, wafi held at Masonic hall Tuesday evening, with a good attendance. Ice cream nnd enke were served. The offi cors wero Installed by Addlo F. Allen, associate grand matron, assisted by Edytho Coburn as marshal. Tho officers nro as follows: Worthy matron, Mrs, Lottie Coburn; worthy patron, Alec McNally; associate mntron, Mrs. Sabra McNally; secretary, Mrs. Addlo F. Allen; treasurer, Mrs. Ethel Phelps; conductress, Mrs. Winifred Kennedy; associate con ductress, Miss Mildred Ashley; chaplain, Mrs. Martha Jerome; marshal, Mrs. Myrtle Robinson; organist, Mrs. Ellen Phelps; Adah, Miss Jesslo McNally; Ruth, Mrs. Alma Brlgham; Esther, Miss Flor ence Carmln; Martha, Mrs. Maud Powell; Electa, Mrs. Edyth Coburn; warden, Mrs, Jennlo Mears; sentinel, Ethan Baxter. Mrs. R. J. Robinson has received word of tho deatli of hor cousin, Sahln Ran kin, lu Dorchester, Maes, The funeral was held In Dorchester Sunday. He leaves a wlfo nnd a daughter. Mr. Ran kin was n merchant hero years ago In tho Meeker building. Mrs. Ouy Barker of St. Albans wns hero the first of tho week to visit her sister, Mrs. 11. H. Bee man. The Woman's Auxiliary met with Miss Lorralno Perry Wednesday nrtcr noon and worked on articles ror n sale, Charles Allen died nt tho homo of Wll Ham Sanderson Sunday night after n few days' Illness. Ho was thought to bo about 70 years of ago, with no known relatives. A colonial luncheon will be served nt the Methodist Episcopal Church vestry Friday evening, with nn address on the Inter-Church Movement by tho iRev. William Miller; musical and literary program; luncheon at 6:30 p. m. Miss Ethel Brlgham of Burlington has been passing a week nt tho home or her brother, Ray Brlgham. Roscoo Leven way, who now resides In Saskatchewan, MILTON BORO Taylor were In St. Albans tho last ot week. Mortimer Reynolds Is 111. King Is attending him. Mr. and E. Elmer's tenement houso and svnnr rnr Air. i-:imnr iiiik s'lmmpr. i Mills was homo from St. Albans school Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. C Whlto were lu Kt. Ainans April w.z t.. 1ft n.B n. ,1-tA l.r.lton rf hla 1inl, IIIH w t HIC IIUUW . ,11.3 (..,.... E. Bullock, roturned to Burlington day. WEST MILTON Gtorgc Boretto ami brother, Dan. UAitlli Itiir nn-lnn unfvi fit II iMITV I R um Hi t nn m imhs. hinronco ii:iuv. imu frrtnn tn u lnni tsnmn iimn in rtwiii and instigate. SHELBURNE Morrlsvllle, whero sho was called by Illness of relatives. L. T. Spear hns turned to Burlington after spending .1. Jionenici spent tno wees-eim mm parents, Mr and Mrs. A. L. Benedict A tea will he given by Mrs D Tower this afternoon, tho proceeds lug for the King's Daughters -condition of Sirs, G. N Roberts, had n shock Thursday, still reme critical, She Is grolng weaker Tlnkhnm of Burl ngton was called 5 terday tn consultation.- The Infant of Mr, an J Mrs. Clayton Ghcruuc