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jfiTHE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1920.
10 HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT Continued from pane three) Lodge. N'o. 11, F. and A. M.. will be liclil at the lodge rooms Saturday night. Her bert A. tiler, who has been In the local t customs olllce for over ten year?, has been sent to take charge, of the oflloc at , Derby Line. W. D. Wilson of the St. ' Albans ofllcf Is assisting at the ofllcc taught a year In Tunbrldge nntl two! Stowe. Mr. Mayo Ik a non-commlssloncd years In Stowe with much sucetss. Air. officer n Company F and Is training In Medlar, who was In service In the 26th Division In Franco 17 months, l employed In the federal building In Butllngton. They will make their home on I.afotmtaln street In Bui llngton. Air. and Mrs. .lames McDonald, who were maried .lnnc 17 at Fort Covington, N. V., came by auto mobile Frlduy to Stowe, where they aro visiting Mrs. McDonald's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. 1. A. Foster. Mm, McDonald, who was before her mnrrince Miss Iiere.-Dr. anil .Mrs. f . ,i. aicni enson MaHon Wohb of Fon Covnslon, ha been navi: upcii vinmim iiinuvi-a '-"' ''- a frequent visitor hcrc.-Atlss Annli bili'K, Out , during the last week. Miss Sadie Langloli attended the High Sclioni t ommenceiiieiil exercises In Si. Albans l3t week. Air?. C. C. Green has been visiting In St. Albans, Air. 1,. I!. Ticllly and daughter ate visiting relatives In Hiitke. X. V. Air. and Air?. Albert Jlott visited In town last wtek. They were accompanied homo to Burlington by Mrs. . W. Darby.-Alr. and Mrs. L. H. Wal ker returned last ur.ek from Florida, where they have been slnco last fall. They will remain here for tho summer, returning to Florida attain for tho win-ter.-.lamts Hurlty and family of Ogdcns biirs arc occupying tho Murray cottage on the lako shore for the summer. Mrs. Monnan Oucrtln and son arc vMting In Ogdensburg. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Flynn visited In St. Albans Sunday. Immigra tion Inspeotor K. J. Conway was a busi ness visitor In town Monday. Merrill Dean of Seattle, Wash., Is vis iting his mother, Mrs. It. .1. Young, and sisters, Mrs. Richard Roberts and Mrs. !5. N. Goodsell. Mrs. A. W, Darby spent Thursday rjid Friday in Burl'ngton, the cum, of her aant, Mrs. A. G. Alott. Tho AtisEei, Grace and Anna Goodsell of Rouses Point, N. T., were In town Thurs day to atteud the. play, "In the Heart of Maryland." Wlllurd Lyman was a visi tor In Swanlon Friday. 1". S. government men were In town purchasing horses Thursday. ISLE LA MOTTE Air, and Mrs. Solomon of Indlapolis, lnd., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Parker for a few days. Mr. nnd Airs. M. S. Thomas and daughter, tluth. were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. Howies of Iloxbury. Miss Maude Adams of Burlington was a week-end guest of Miss Marie Jarvis.--Th condition of El-i mcr Houghton, who suffered a slight shock remains about the same Mrs.1 .lullus Hill's condition is much improved. Mrs. .lames Loop nt Burlington is In town.-Mrs. Cora ijjxe and son, Emerson, And Miss Lucy Hcaton of Chnzy, N. . were In town Sunday. Mrs. Hiram Plko and son, Stanley, of Haverhill, Mass., are spending two weeks in town with relatives. Lamoille County STOWE There was a largo attendance at Unity Church Sunday morning when very in teresting Children's day exercises were carried out by th Community Sunday school, 125 children taking part- The altar of the church had been tastefully decorated with flowers. Mrs. H. K, Plko and Mrs. H. (". McMahon committee In charge. Miss Dorothy Barrows acted as organist. About ion of the smaller chil dren entered in a body and were assisted by older ones in carrying out the pro gram, which included on or-gnn prelude; processional; welcome song, Mrs. t,ove ilc Blgc- low went Saturday to Salem, Mass.. whero she will visit her sister Miss Mary .1. Blgelow, at tho home of their uncle, Walter K. Blgelow, Miss Addle A. Blge low of Franklin Falls, N. II., Is at the home of her mother, Mrs. Louse Blgelow, for tho summer. The U. V. M. engineers gave an entertainment Friday evening at tho Akclcy Memorial building. The pro gram Included many nmuslng stunts and good music. A collection of well rendered "Vermont" songs made up the l.ist act. The evening closed with dancing with music by Spencer Lawrence, violin, nnd Miss Dorothy Barrows, piano." The report of the listers gives the grand list of Stowe for 1520 as J12.0S3.10. The flguros for 1519 were SH,64.1.Sti, making an Increase of ?I1.M. The number of silos is S7; horses, 6tfi; sheep. 3-10; cows, 2.7fc; neat stock, 8S; registered stock, 2f; registered bulk, .19; hogs. 39t:. The village grand list Is $3,770.40.-Atls. A. ft. Straw left Wednesday for Ohio, where she will pass the summer with her mother Mrs. Thomas Osmond. In Springfield, and brother, L. II. Hcfron, In Columbus. Mr. and Airs. Herbert T. Pratt have re turned fiom Alorrlsville, where Mr. Pratt has been employed by the G. A. Alorse Lumber company for a year. They have moved Into the Fauncc house on School street, owned by H. K. Shaw Mr. Pratt will be employed as teamster by Mr. Shaw. H. J. Ppatildlng, who occupied tho Faunce house, has movefl to the .1. J. Itoblnson house, at the lower village, which Is owned by the Stowe Butter Package company. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Font and child. Miss Bessie Dow, and Arthur St. Gcuige. of Charlotte have hcen recent visitors at the home ot Atr and .Mrs. R. M. Clark.-Alrs. .1. M. Rultcr, who went Wednesday to Burlington, will join Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Burt and party in an automobile tour to lowell and Boston. Mass.. where, she. will pass sev eral weeks with relatives. Douglass Barrows went Wednesday to Old Orchard Beach, where ho has employment for the season. Shackctt's orchestra will fur nish music Saturday evening for a promenade given by the Ezra Stetson WomenVRcliet'Corps at Watcrbury Cen ter. Miss Addle Blgelow. Mrs. Alice Bar rows Lovcjoy. Mrs. Harriet Vc.uen Tteoor, Mrs. Jennie Sanborn Gale, Aliss Susan A. Blgelow Mrs. Lola Billings Douglass and Mrs. Bertha Barrows Robinson of Atalone, N. Y., hut formerly of Stowe, attended the alumni banquet of the John son Normal school at Johnson Wcdnes dav. Irvine Wai burton has opened a dancing pavilion at Moss Glens Falls. There is dancing even' Wednesday eve nlng with music by Shackrtt's orchestra. W. .1. Davis of Waddlngton. N. Y.. Is rvlslting his cousin. Giles A. Dewey, of ForcstdaJe Farm. Mr and Mrs. George Landscll have closed their house-on West Branch and arc at Willis M. Barnes' at Stowe Forks. Miss Rachel A. Dix has returned to Barre after visiting her hrolhcr anil sister-in-law, Prof, and Mrs, F. W. Dix. Howard Butts of Moscorw has gone to Boston, where he. will receive rifle, shooting nt which ho Is already an expert. He has iccelvcd three medals for gallant action nnd mnrksmanshlp. Orlo E. Luce returned Monday from Minne apolis, whero he was called last week with Mrs. Luce and Mrs. McSweeney ot Burlington by tho serious Illness of their brother, Henry McMnhnn. Alts, Luce nnd Mrs. McSweeney remained with their brother who was somewhat more com fortable when Air. Lure left. .Mrs. Sarah E. Dewey, who has tcturned from a visit with relatives In Haverhill and Newbury port, Mass., was accompanied by her sis ter, Mrs. Kate Babcock of Haverhill, and daughter, AIlss Kiithrilne Dewey, and Allss Lottie Ladd ot NcwburyportN t.bmlng In Miss Dewey's car. They are guests of Air. and .Mrs. Harry E. Pike. The party visited relatives in .lohnson .Monday and motored to Mlddlcbury Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Medlar of Burlington, who were married Saturday arc visiting Mr, and Mrs. A. C. Perry nnd other friends In Stowe. Air. and Airs. W. T4. Burt and daughter and Douglass E. Hunter of Bur lington were visitors In Stowe Sunday, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. S. Dow of St. Johns- bury were visitors here Sunday. MORRISVILLE joy's clas: poem, Mrs. Bacon and chil dren; "How Sunday School Originated," i meclical treatment. Ho was accompanied Arlio Wright; song. Mrs. Douglass nnd ov nH daughter-in-law. Airs. Leon Butts Mrs. Jenncy's class; recitations, Harley Tno flrst antj second degrees will hn Kaiser and'Carlyee McAIahon; duct, Vcr.i Spauldlng and Pauline Kaiser: recita tion, Ataizic McCuen; song, Miss Blge low's class; recitation, Muriel pike's class; song. Mrs. H. W. Barrows; poem, Mrs, Slmoncu's class: "Shoemaker's Song," poem, Mrs. Adams' class; recita tion, Marion IMke's class; recitation, James Foster; recitation, Miss Derby's class; Bible exercises, Mrs. Bacon's primary department; christlning of the following children: Beatrice F. Smith, Lorraine K. Magoon, Dall Beyer. Eliza beth X. Downer. Elizabeth G. Paulson. Violet Bailey, Kenclcne S. Jenkins, Caih- ' errne Faunce. Evelyn Faunce, Glcnna R. Wright. Superintendent Miss Clara Bar rows was In charge and the Rev. M. K. Bacon assisted In tho service. William A. Knight and brother, Harvey Knight, returned Saturday from New bury, where they attended tho Newbury Seminary alumni banquet Friday evening. During the rain of Friday night some mow fell on Alt. Mansfield. Mrs. Abblo Warren, who has been at the Alaiy Flet cher hospital for two months, was able to go this week to 91 Loomis street in Burlington, whete she. will be iirrd for worked and a short program will bo given at tho regular meeting of Mans field Mountain Grange. Saturday evening. Edwin Peterson has employment at tho Mt. Mansfield creamery. E. E. Camp bell of Watcrbury was a business visitor In town Tuesday Henry McMahon, who has passed a week at hut home in Mos cow has returned to his work at Hnsioi Conn. His son. Harry McMahon, who also has employment at Bristol, ,is spend ing a vacation with his mother at Mos cow, Edwin Cleveland is visiting his hrrfther, George Cleveland, and sister, Mrs. Charles Grcone In RoTbury. Mrs. Nell H. Briggs, Mrs. M. L. Powell. Mrs. J. M. Goss. Mrs. W. H. Wilson. Airs. R, L. Simile, Airs. It. L. Bingham, Mrs. G, W. Marks, Mrs. J. H. Hcndcc, Mrs. A. A. Tiffany, Mrs. H. A. Cooke, -Miss Al. Shanlcy of Burlington were icccnt guests of Mrs. T. W. Dlx. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Mcintosh, who haw been guests for thrco weeks at the Green Mountain Inn. returned Tuesday to Burlington. Their daughter, Miss Jane Mcintosh, of the University of Vermont engineers, who has also been a guest at the Inn will re turn to Burlington when camp breaks DUningTOn, Wllliip, rule, m' -,iim ..Mm . until -able to leave the city. AIlss Isabel Air. and Airs. Fowler and son of Concord, Smith, who has completed her work as dictlticlan at a hospital at Newport News. V., and is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Smith, at .Moscow, hits a ' similar position at St. Luke's hospital In New "York. An exhibit of wild flowers In tho public reading room Included palo laurel, Labrador tea, eowbeny and creep ing snowherry from Mt. Manslirld con tributed by Mrs. A. Riley, and pink and yellow ladies' slippers contributed by Miss Clara Barrows. Mrs. Louisa Ixiomis has sold her house on Maple street to Klmer Johnson recently of Springfield, who takes immediate possession, Air. nnd Mrs. W. T. Burt and Air. and Mrs. E. W. Moody of Outlook. Has., worn guests .t Lake Mansfield Friday. Mr. and Mrs. G". ar. Towno and daughter, Acnes, and 'Mr. and Mrs. E. J, Adams have visited relatives'ln Cabot and Walden this week, Mrs. Helen A. Wilkins has returned from .Underbill, where she has visited Airs. Bfennv Chase since leaving the Fanny .Allen hospital, Mr. and .Mrs. Atwood .Bennett and child of aialone, N. Y who have vis ted Air. Bennett's brother, war enco Bennett, and family, accompanied Mr'.. and Mrs. Clarence Bennett to Han over. N. H., to visit their uncle, Atwood Bennett, and family. Allss Beatrice Gale Is at home from Burlington Business cot lege, where she. has finished her hchool work. Miss Susan Barker of Wakefield, Mass.. is at A. L. Galo's for a week.' V. E. B. Fuller of New York city Is at A. L. Gale's for the summer. The Edson HU1 school, Mar" Shaw, teacher; South Hollow, Mrs. Bernlcc Ayers, teacher, and tho Mills, Miss Sadie Hart, teacher, closed for the year Friday, Thirty members of Lamoille Grange, P. of H of Morrisvillc, were, visitors at a specal meeting of .Mansfield Aloun taln Grange Friday evening. The. visitors Included the master, Julius H. Mudgctt; overseer. A, V. Hollls; lecturer, Mrs. Hardson Dodge, and a ladles' degree team which conferred In a very pleasing way the third and fourth degrees upon " Mr. and Mrs. F. L. McCarthy, Mr. ami ' Mrs. Willis Barrows, Mrs. J. C. Benson, "Mrs Natalie Chadwlck and Harry F. Faunce. Mrs. A. V. Hollls acted as mas ter of the team, Mrs. n. n. tarr anu allss Oella Thompson as marshals, Mrs. a. C. Bedell, nlanlst, and Mrs. A. E. Grant. In charge of the team. During the evening programs were carried out as follows: Songs by the choir; recitations, airs Hollls and Mrs. Fair, and song by little Anna Farr of Lamoille Grange; citations. Mrs. N. W. Robinson. Mrs. ;A. C. Perry; paper, "Sorrje Educational Values, of the Grange, Mrs. warne r.. ,8traw:'"A Slight Misunderstanding," Mrs. ' Carrie George and C. E, Bellows of Mans field Mountain Grange and a medley by Mrifc Hollls, Mrs. Farr and Mrs. Panglc. !Tlefrc8brnentB were scrvcd.-The marriage "of Miss Myra Lois Campbell of Stowo and Prank .1. Medlar of Burlington took place I ' m Burllnjton Saturday. Mrs. Atedlar is ftne daughter of Jlr. and Mrs. J. . fal Campbell. She was graduated from Stowe -"High School in the class of 1316 and from tthteacher' training course at the Poo-Vj-Acajjemx. tn Morrifivillo'tn 1517. SUe N. H,, called on Mr Fowler's brother md wife, Mr. and Airs. George Fowl er at "The Knolr Tuesday on their way through Stowe, returning from an au tomobile tour through New England and Canada. Allss Floy Collins has employ ment at Brisbin A- Brisbln's drug store in Watorhury. The Bridge Street Commun ity club will meet with Mrs. W. B. Ma cutcham Thursday afternoon. Mr. and airs. F. H. Wright and children are pass ing the week in eastern New York where they formerly resided. air. and Mrs. H. S. Alatthcws aro entertaining Mrs. Mat thew's father, A. B. Post of Newport, and sister, Airs. A. S. Clough and daughter. Paulina, of lrasburg. air. Clough and son, Alayland, who accompanied them home, returned to lrasburg. Howard E. Shaw left Sunday for San Francisco, Cal to attend tho national Democratic convention to which ho Is a delegate from Vermont. Miss aiuriel Pike Is visiting friends in Hyde Park. allss Lois Riley is visiting friends In Hyde Park. Mrs-. A. A. Emery re turned lo St. Albans Tuesday after a short visit ir. Stowe. Mrs. Ida Hill has returned from Burlington where she attended graduating exorcises of her gran lchildrcn, Palmer and Teressa Hill, who wore graduated from the high school, and Marjorie Hill from th Junior high school. Mrs. Hill also visited her brother, Philo Irish at Es sex Junction. Mrs. W. T. Double and granddaughter, Miss Virginia Gale who arrived at Mrs, P. R. Galo's Mon day from Cleveland. Ohio,, will be joined soon by Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Galo and llttlo daughter, Grace Clara, and will pass the summer at tho house In West Branch recently purchased by Mr. Gale of Louise Blgelow, AdJlson It. Hilt and son, Gerald of North Charles ton, N. H aro visiting Mr. Hill's Bis ter, Mrs, P. II, Galo. Mr. and Mrs. E. I). Forbes, Mrs, P. R. Galo and Mrs. Polly Cllno visited Mrs. Benjamin Eaton at the Afary Fletcher hospital Sunday. A. L. Gale, air. and Mrs. J. E Rush and allss Grace Russ visited H. E. Russ at the Fanny Allen hos pltal Sunday. F. E. Bailey has sold his blacksmith stock and tools to E, C. Wells ami Ambrose Laron and has gone out of the business on nccount of poor health Leslie Davis has rented George Bohan non's farm In Sterling and has lateen possession. Air. and Mrs. F. M. Culver of Hyde Park were over-Sunday visitors In Stowe, Air. and Airs. Arba S. Baldwin and Air. and Mrs. AlcPhec, who have ben guests at tho Green Mountain Inn while visiting Mr. and airs. George E. Fowler are returning by way of the White Moun tains. Mr. and Mrs. K, R, Moody, who have passed n month with Mr, Moody' mother, Airs, Delia Moody, left Tuesday for their home In Outlook, Saskatchewan, Theodore aiuyo, son of air, and Sirs, Herbert Mayo, who will complete a course this week at the non-commlssloncd of ficers' training school at Poughkecpsle-on-thc-Hudson, will go from there to CamprTJpton forf three weeks- and" after three i.weeka at Plattsburgu -wiii-i.vUiH Miss Faith Edmunds is employed In the j ofllcc of the Wnrren Leather company. Mrs. Eliza Stewart spent Friday with her sister, airs. Frank Stewart, at Hyde Park. Mrs. C. C. Rublee. Mis. F. R. Child nnd Frc-i Child were recent visi tors In St. .lohnsbury, going In the Child's auto, Paul Sherry of St. .lohnsbury was a recent guest at ti' home of Dr. Gconro L. Bates. Miss 3ybll Tillotoon, who has completed her duties at People's Acad emy, has returned to her home In. Lowell. She was accompanied by Atlss Nellie Aiken, who has been spending sovral days at the Tillntson home. Mr. and Mrs. H. .1. Fisher have moved to tho S. D. Luce tenement, formerly occupied hy Air. and Airs. N. S. Adams .lamss Billings of the. University of Vermont spent the latter part of last week with his parents, Sir. and Aim. II. W. Billings. Several from this place bavo been at tending t'ho mission held at St. Theresa's Church In Hydn Park during the last week. allss Helen Norton, accompanied by her grandchildren. Helen Lebar'm and Renwiek Eaton, left Thursday for Boston for a visit to her daughter, airs. P. W. Eaton, and hon, Lcroy Norton. Mrs. Donald 'Page and two children of .Tchn- son were guests Thursday of tho former's mother, Airs. Allnnin Smallcy. AIlss Maude Chaffee went Thursday to Bur lington for a few days' stay with Airs. R, D. Irfiwis. airs. Hollls Putnam, who has been at the Fanny Allen hospital for treatment for several weeks, return ed home Friday improved In health. George Clark returned home Thursday night from a few days' business trip in Rlchrbnl. Mr. and Airs. E. P. Woodbury were guests of air. and Airs. G. at. Pow ers Thursday. aiargnret and Robert, children of Air. nnd Airs. .1. A. Wnite, are in quarantine for whooping cough. Horace Powers returned home last week aionday from Cambridge, JIas3., where he has completed his second year at Har vard Law school. At the home of Air. and Airs. Howard Skinner on Bridge street Saturday after noon at two o'clock occurred the mar riage, of their eldest daughter, Rheba Caroline, to Almon Call, son of Air. nnd Mrs. R. C. Call. The. Rev. W T. Best of the Alethodist Church performed the ceremony, only the Immediate families being present. The couple was unat tended. The bride, was gowned in blue silk and wore a white hat The couple left immediately for St. .lohnsbury, where. they partook of a wedding breakfast at the Avenue house. The bride received her education at Craftsbury Academy, aiontpeller Seminary and the New Eng land Conservatory of Music, Boston. She has been a very successful teacher of voral music In People's Academy nnd tho grades, besides having taught a largo clasa in instrumental music. She also has acted as organist of the Alethodist and Unlvermllst Churcties for some time. Tho groom was educated in the rural schools of the town and at People's Academy. They wont Monday to the farm of Dr. J. Al. Allen, where .Mr. Call has secured tho position of superintendent. A notable feature was tho fact that the marriage occurred on the 26th wedding anniversary of the bride's parents. The new bobbin factory and veneer mill north of Wabun avenue is practically com pleted and a number of hands aro now working in tho bobbin department. With the stone, sheds now running, Alorrisvillu is a busy place. Industrially. Nearly all the cottages ot Samoset are now occupied for the summer. lohn Stewart. Thomas Rrown. Ned Phillips and William Towno were visitors In Littleton, N. H Sunday, going by automobile. Allss Muriel Pike of Stowe is spending a few days at the C L. Gates home.- Ray Smallcy or tho rnire.risity of Vermont has been a guest for several days of his mother. Airs. .Minnie Smallcy, Earl Alorrlll, .Marvin Bowne and Wylle Tift wero Proctor visi tors Sunday, going by automobile. Con gratulations are extended Air. and Airs. Edson Glfford of Randolph on the birth of a son, Sunday, June 3). Mrs. Glfford will be remembered as .Miss I.octa Hill. James Royslon is making extensive re pairs ob his Union street residence. Air. and Airs. George Durctto and sons. Wayne and Loren, spent Sunday In Cabot with Mrs. Durette's mother. Airs. Lizzie Drew. ATiss Cclla Hamol Is caring for airs. Goorge Earlc, who hawnot been quite as well for the pa.st week, Carroll Bow man, a student nt the University of Ver mont, spent Sunday at the- home of A. G, Small. Tho young ladles of tho Faithful Band class of the Unlvorsalist Church aro enjoying tho week in camp at Lake Eden. Mrs. Gusaic Wheeler is chaperoning the parts-. Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Cr.ine, Air. and Mra. .1. M. Kclley and Air. and Mrs. F. R. Child were St. Albans visitors Sunday, taking dinner at The Tavern. Paul nutterfleld nnd Henry Alould went yesterday to Johnson for a few days stay at the homes of C, O. and U. Hairows.-.Mr. nnd .Mrs. Al. oar" man were Unrllm-tim vlsltnis yesterday. -.Mrs. Sin ah Kendall has returned homo fiom a few days' stay with her sisicr, Mrs . Fairbanks, of Watrrvlllc.-Miss DorlH ClraVfiH tMiimnl work 111 tho office of the C'itlzons' Telephone company Mon- day after n few days' Illness. iahi'" Drowne. has returned to his homo here after completing a year's course of busi ness administration nt Harvard Unlvcr- ntf v. 1 In Stplinft ..-.tit .Monday to Greensboro, where he has employment j with the Citizens' Telephone company. : Ralph Drowne and Fred Child will go Friday to Hurllngton for commencement at the University. Air. and Airs. W. AL Sargent and .1. A. Wallo were at Wot cott Pond Sundoy.-Frnncls Clark, Fran cis Smallcy and Philip Richardson went Aionday to Camp Abnakl.. W. M. Sar gent, W. F. Churchill and H. W. Bum ham went Tuesday to North Troy for a. two days' Ashing trip. Olendon Goddard has completed his duties at the Univer sity of Vermont for the year and return ed to tho home of his parents, Dr. and Airs. A. .M. Goddard. Air. and .Mrs. Orvlllo Plnncy and daughter. Ruth, of Blanco. Colo., are visiting at the Iwcvt of Air. Plnney's father, Sumner Plnncy. Earl Fobs and Mr. and airs. D. W. Donaldson were Burlington visitors Sun day. Air. and Airs. Henry Puffer of Rich ford spent Sunday at the homo of Air. tnd -Mrs. Lyman Camp. airs. Anna Har ris, who has-afwn spending some time In f!crra Aladre, Calif., came the first of tho week to the homo of her brother, Warren Woodworth, at Rlchford. She Is expected her to-day and will spend some thne at the A. O. Small home. WATERVILLE Dr Bcecher and son ami Air. Patrick of Burlington were guests of Dr. Alaurlce Saturday. -Alice Green of Bakcrsficld'vls- ited Airs. O. G. Houghton und'airs. Frank Colby last week. MIks Kathcrlne Smith closed a very successful term of school Friday and returned to her homo In Barro. Airs. George Marsh vlstrcd In Sheldon last week. Airs. Alary Westcot nnd daughter. Rosalie, returned from Connecticut Saturday. Edwin and Al bert Thom3 are at home from their school In Ilakcrsfleld. allss Volma Leach Is at home from Johnson High School. Airs. Nettle-Hall and daughter from Man chester, N. H., are visiting air. and Sirs. Lumbr.i. Mrs. Edla Wfliey has-retumcd homo from Atorrbrvillc for the summer. She was accompanied by her daughter. airs. Lena Kellcy. airs. Charles Bragg Is visiting her daughter. Mrs. N. J. Cross, at Hlghgato Center. The Rev. Byron Rogers exchanged-pulpits with Mr. Ackers of Johnson Sunday. JOHNSON Afr Smith and Airs. William Hr.bh havemoved'into rooms in C. K. Kcnfleld's house on Railroad street. Frank Stearns ot South Royalton, who has purc'hased the Steams tub shop, has moved Into the, O. B. Iandon house on Railroad sticnt. Miss Lncyllakcr of Whitewater, Wis.. Is with her mother, .Mrs. Alattlo Baker, for the summer. Robert Fuller ha returned from a visit with his brother In llardwiek. Air. and Mra, A W. Hill of nurimptnn visited Airs Afitry Scrlbner recently. Richard Nye has returned from Tufts Collcgo and is ao- slsting in tho Nye store, his father not being able tn lie In the store yet. Aliss Glcnner Fitzgerald nf Lynn, Mass., is visiting ber parentsIr. and Airs. E. H. Fitzgerald. Harry C. Parker, of the firm ot Parker & Steams, and airs. Manel Hcbb. wife of the late Phillip Hebb .were married Tuesday June 15 by tho Rev. E. G. French. They were unattend ed. W. E. Trary went to Scarsburg Wed ncsday. Waterman Lodge, No. Kt, observed past masters' night. June 17. Tables were sot for nearly 225. The stations were all filled by past masters except three of the minor ones. The thirdt degree wan exemplified in an al most faultless manner. Ex-Lieut,-Gov. C H. Stearns made, a few very appro priato remarks touching his stay in Los Angeles the last winter and the hos pitality shown Vermontcrs nnd especially .Masons, stating that Ihifl lodge marte-the largest per cent igalm In .membership last year of any lodge in the Stato. JEFFERSONVILLE The church was filled for the hacca laureatc sermon by tho Rev. W. H. Gould of Cambridge Sunday evening. Special music was renderedthy a double quartette assisted by Antney Stratton, violin, and AIlss Cornell, organist Graduation exer cises aro to ho held al the Town Hall Thursday evening. All are cordially In vited. Aliss Chloe Powell returned horofl from her Fchool work In Bridgowater, aiasa.. with her parents Friday. The members of Warner Iodge, No. SO, F. and A. Al., are Invited to the morning, serv ice at the Community Church at Cam bridge June 27. They arc requested, to be at the parish houso at ift-o'cloek to go m a body. Air. and Airs. Frank Provost en tertained relatives Sunday. Airs. Norton has returned to C. C. Scotts. Willis Sheldon and Wilmer Safford and the atlssea Nye and Powell spent Saturday at tho Queen City. Airs. Allen Anderson visited her friend, Aliss Truax. at Enns burg Falls Sunday. Air. and airs. Frank Pierco ami Air. and Airs. C. A. Hotch klss and families of Georgia were callers at E. A. Woods Sunday, Aliss Thelma Wilson of Bristol sprnt tho week-end with Airs. It, S. Hawlcy. Air. and airs. Al bert Hoyt ot Jericho have been visiting relatives and friends here. Atr. and Mrs. H. W. Sinclair, Air and Airs. George Ober, Air. and Airs. William Thomas and Aliss Alcath Reynolds have returned from a week In camp at Hlghgato Springs. James and Lester Berry have returned homo for tho summer. Mr. and C. H. Tucker were In Fletcher Sunday to sen their son-in-law, who Is very low. Tho I funeral of Airs. James Wilson was hold towa, to Mr. and Mrs. H, E. named. Dana Bean, wno has been unending sev eral days with his daughter, returned 4o hln home at North Cambridge Tuesday. Mrs, Lillian Chase, who has hcen visit ing at the home, of her son, has returned to North Cambridge. tsador Hood of Hydo Park spent Sunday with her sister at P. S. CUTtlsV-Mrs. W. G, Curtis, sis ter and child, who have been visiting hero the week past, returned to Canada Tuosday.-Gcorge Clark spent Sunday with his family In Burlington. The senior class and school faculty were Invited to tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boyden at Cambridge Wednesday evening with a few other Invited guests. Air. nnd Mrs. Hannum of Boston, Mass., aro to be en tertained at Hotel Melendy this week. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hoyt returned to their home In Jericho Tuesday. air. and airs. E. R. Jacobs and son and" Mr. and Mrs. Martin Powell of Jericho were. In town Tuesday. Airs. Walter Blalsdoll ot Jericho was In town Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Edwards and children of Bur llngton ar visiting In town. O. S. Nichols of Essex Junction, who has the contract of the work on the addition to tho high school, commenced work this week. EDEN The community was shocked and deep ly saddened by the death of F. L. Whit termors which occurred Juno 16 about noon. His body was found in the river at Eden Mills where he had fallen from a high bank, and drowned. The Lamoille County Sunday School as sociation will hold Its annual convention at Eden Lake Friday. This will be a convention and picnic and all arc Invited to attend and have a good tlmo. There will be a number of speakors during tho morning and after that the remainder of the day will be given to recreation and snorts. All local people, who wish to at- tend will be welcome. nose rrom tno lower part of the town will be carried from Eden Corners. Any desiring such transportation should be at the church between 9'Sft and 10 a. m. Each one Is expected to bring his own lunch. Ice cream will be, on sale and the proceeds will go to the support of tho church. There will be a moving picture entertain ment at the Corners Friday night and afterwards a promenade especially for the children. The promnade. will be. under the direction of the school teachers whose guests the children will hejthat evening. The Rev. F. W. Hazen of Johnson preached an interesting sermon at the Corners Sonday morning. The Rev. F. Stacy spoke at Johnson in exchange with Air. Horen. Frank L. WTrittemorc, a highly respected citizen of this town passed. away June 1. He was bom Octo ber IB. MSI and had lived rrariy nis en tire !U In tmtwn. TTe-leaves a daugh ter and three brothers to mourn his loss. Th funeral took place 'from the church Friday at two p. m,, the Rev. F. L. Stsry officiating. The members or tno Masonic Order attended In a body.. The. largen attendance and th beautiful floral display gave silent testimony of the es teem in which Mr. Whlltcmore was held In this and surrounding towns. Over 70 took dinner at -the church Tuesday at tho reeular meeting of the Dorcas society. A good number turned out to help in the ecmeterv Wednsday and the Cemetery association thanks all. who helped m any way. Aionday, The atlsscs Gall nnd Genevieve , spending a few days with Mrs. aiargare Allss Nora Greene has comnleted heriat the home Saturday afternoon with in duties at the Secretary of State's offico'lerment in the village cemetery. She is survived ny her husband and two step daughters, .Mrs. Lewis Provost of Dor chester, Mass., and Miss Florence Wat- and returned to her home here Air. and Mrs. C. B. Story, who have been spend ing several weeks with the former's narcnts. Mr. and Airs. C. .1. Story. lef;,son of Bakersficld. allss Ruth Thayer last week for California, where they will continues to Improve. reside, 'tlrs. Story will visit her parents,! The alumni of Jcffcnuinville junior high Mr. and Alls. C F. Smith, at. Llndscy and Mr. Story will go to Davis, Ont., where ho will attend summer school. A telephone has been Installed In the American Express office. The number Is 6-11. air. and Mrs. Ti. Banker and air. and Mrs. George Lavarnway wero Bur lington visitors Saturday, going by auto. Alarion Goodrich, little daughter of Air. and Sirs. W. G. Goodrich, is recovering nicely from an operation for removal of tonsils, performed at tho Alary Fletcher hospital. Airs. Bruce AlcDonald and two children were recent visitors In St. Johns burv. Herbert KnanP. who has been employed in St. .lohnsbury, has completed his work for the present and returned home. .Mr. and Mrs. C. T. .Morrill, daughter, Miss Lucille, son, Donald, and Robert Briggs were Sunday visitors in East Craftsbury. B. E. Eaton and daughter, Elizabeth, were guestB Sunday or Mrs, Eaton ret the Fanny Allen hospital. Alax iStewBrt. a U. V. M. student, has been spending several days with his parents Mr. and Airs. T. J. Stewart.-Thc trial of Henry Gaugnon. who Is out on ball In the Gaugnon-Whlttcmore shooting af fair, which was tho result of the objec tlon of Gaugnon to the attention nf his daughter, Isabelle Gaugnon, was continued at the recent term of Lamoille County Court, Gaugnon Is carrying on his farm in the western part of tho town, and the Whlttemores, who were near neigh bore, have moved to Elmore Dr, George L. Bates and family spent Sunday at WilJoughbyi-liaJie--Ilarvey,- Bruco- .and. rchool invite the graduation class of 1920 of the Cambridge High School to meet with them for their business meeting at tho school house Friday evening, tho 25th Inst., at seven o'clock, Light rclrcsn ments will be served. W. A. Rousseau, Thelma Hawley and Bernlcc Aldrich, com mittee In charge. Tho play given by tho Jason Hunt Post nf Johnson at tho town hall here Friday evening uhder the auspices of the Cemetery association was well patronized and well given each part being well sustained. The solos of Mrs. Ila Nlles Jackson were rendered In her usual pleasing and artistic way, Miss Marlon Alontgomery spent he week-end with her n.irpnt in irntriiehL Air. and Airs, James Safford are visiting their daughter in Enosburg.-Mrs. II. A. tmiaiicy of alorrlsville was In town Alomt.iJ. T1k regular mooting of tho M. VV, A. Is to be held at Start's Hall Friday cve nlnc. District ihnniv rinrk and Stato Deputy Baldwin aro to be present and a largo class adopted. Harold uioni.i. who has been unoiwiinc- several weeks with, rolatlves in Atassachusotts and New- York Slate, returned home, Tuesdaj.-i lawn party held nt the school building Tuesday eveninc was well attended. Ernest Blllodo has purchased the George LcBarron place. v ,. Wood was a "us" nets visitor In Burlington Tuesday. Tho Lamolllo county picnic and convention at Eden pond occurs Juno 23. Automobiles are to convey those, who wish to go, and win siai-i irom tho church at nine -Word has been received of tho blrtn ofdau-jhtej-flniJiuje a at'-Cedar'Sapld51' CAMBRIDGE Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Labounty of Bur llncton were guests or air. and Mrs. W D. Wfliey Sundav. Mrs. A. A. Chase has returned from Springfield, Mass.. where she has been visiting the past two weeks. R. W. Brush is In Boston on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Safford of Bur llmrton and Miss I.aura Sa-rford ot atalone, N. Y.. visited relatives here. Sun day. Jndson Kingsley has moved from North Cambridge to the house purchased of E. J. Blanchard. The Boy Scouts and scout master, the Rev. W. H. Gould, arc camping at Lake Eden this week. Mm. Rcba Young and children and Miss Carrio Tucker of Burlington visited In town Mon day on- their way to Derby. Mr. and airs H. N. Gray leave Wednesday for Green wich, Conn., to visit his daughter and husband, air. and Mrs. Horace Reed. Airs. Eliza Cuttfng has moved to the home of her daughter, Mrs. E. J. Gates, where she will reside. Melbourne Lapolnt and allss KHzabflth King were, married Sun day afternoon at Underbill Center by the Rev. Parlzo. Miss Dorothy Leavens at tended commencement at Randolph last week, The Rev. W. II. Gould delivered the baccalaureate sermon at Jcfforson vlfle Sunday evening. Orange County RANDOLPH air. and Mrs. R. B. Osha, who have been In Brysonville, P. Q., guests of Mr. and airs. Grieg, returned to their home Friday. Bishop Evans, one ot the ctorkfttn the. postofftee, is taking his vaca tion and ba gone to Shelburne and other plaren In the vicinity. Miss May Savage of Bethel is the guest of air. and Airs. Thomas Dcarborne. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geon?e have gone to Qneehce for a few days.-Fred Smith. wboJs ill with typhoid fever, was thought to be better at the. last accounts. Mrs. Charles Grinwold and daughter, Marjorie Gtlawold, of St. Johns bury are In town to visit Mr. Griswold, who Is III at the sanitarium here, but is now thought to be improving. Miss Kieanor Clarki teacher in the training department, has gone to l-iyroouin, .-v. it. to pass tfer summer vacation. Miss Kato Parmenticre, district nurse, left Saturday for Boston to be gone about a week, Mrs. Forest Southard has returned from St. .lohnsbury. whoru she wont to attend the funeral of her nephew, the son of her oldest brother, whose death was caused by pneumonia after an illness of ten days. Mrs. Christine Bruce and daughter, airs. Alice Bruce, and others went tn Lebanon, N. H., Saturday to visit the. grave of Robert Brace, aire. Christine Bruce will pass a few days these, expecting to return here tho first of the week. Oapt F. S. Swett, who was hermat tho death of Dr. E. O. Blanchard, has returned to PortlandT Mc, taking Mrs. Swett who was at the Plttsford sanatorium with him. It is understood that airs. Swett. who was Helen Blanch ard, rndurcd tho trip nicely and expects to bo greatly Improved by the change. airs. G. F. Dumas and daughter, ailss Marita Dumas, left for Springfield Sat urday, where they "win visit Mrs. Dumas' son, Loo Dumas. An auction was held at the bakery Saturday, but no purchaser for the business appeared. It was bid off by G. A. Osha, who held the mortgage. It Is expected that this business wilt bo sold to some person who will open the ehop again. Mrs. Alda Slack, mother of R. II. Slack. left Monday for Leominster, Mass., to pass a few days and then, with her daugh ter, will go to Nebraska to visit her brother, whom she has not seen for 47 years. Airs. Slack expects to remain there for an Indefinite time and her daughter will return. Harry Chase, a traveling man, was in town Sunday with his fam ily, and Mr. and airs. Stephen Whltham of White River Junction also wero guests of Mrs. Helen Chadwlck over Sunday. Miss aiabel Guyctte left Aionday for Whitehall, N, Y where sho will visit her father for a few days. Atiss Laura Coleman of Hlne.sburg, who was It) town last weeK to visit ncr aunt, Mrs. Wash burn, left Saturday afternoon for her home, Air. nnd Airs. Carl Thresher o Alolroee Highlands, Mass., have been guests of Airs. Thresher's father, Lyman Hutchinson, slnco Wednesday. William Pluraley of lrasburg was in town Sunday with his parents, Air. and Mrs. R. C. Plumley, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becdlo ot Keene, N. II., visited Ms. Beedle's par-entSt-Mr. and-lire. A. IL Beedle, over 'the Lanison arrived from Chicago aionday. Tho former was graduated from the Chi cago University last week and the Blstor went out to be present Fred Smith, 111 with typhoid fever for several days, Is now thought to be gaining slowly. The postofHco now closes at six o'clock at night, the time having been sot for clos ing one hour earlier this week, Fern Rebckah Lodge held a very pleasant meeting Tuesday night with a fair attendance. Following the close of the meeting, there was a program given as follows: Piano duet, by the Misses aicrlc ijind Doris Allen; solo, by Dorothy Ordway; recitation, by Miss Hazel Atud gett; piano solo, by AIlss Doris Allen; solo, by Clifford Patch, with encore and recitation by Junior Galranoau. At tne close of the program, Ice cream was served by tho committee. The next meet ing, In two weeks, Is a patriotic meet ing and a program will bo given. Mrs. M. CAmpbcll went to the sanltalum Tucs day for tho removal of tonsils and treat ment for an abscess on her face, the re sult of repeated colds for the past sea son. Mrs. Campbell Is doing well, and will be at her home In a few days. allss Marlori. Morse went to Hanover. H Wedensday for a short visit with friends. Mrs. Mabel Adams left hero weancs day night for Denver, Colo., whore she will visit her son and daugnter, ano may remain for an Indefinite time. Miriam Adams, her daughter, has been there wtth her brother for several months. Airs. Delbert Scrlbner and children left here Wednesday for Rutland, and before their return will visit In Brandon, Pitts ford and Goshen. At the latter place, they will vlsiL Airs. Herman Jones, better known here as June Fassctt. Airs. Martin Sumner of Bralntrce was in town Wod neadav the guest of her father, A. H. Fl nt. Mrs. D. D. Huas-on ot warren aim Miss Helen Campbell of Omaha, Neb., aro the guests ot Airs. P. R. Daniels. air. and airs. W. J. aicGIaflln of .xortnneiu navo been the guests of Mr. and Airs. E. E. Nclll this week, Tuesday they left tor Florida to pass a llttlo time there, whero air McGlafiln has business Interests. airs. P. B. Daniels and her mother, Airs. Har mon, have retnrned from a week's visit in Moretown and vicinity, where they have been with relatives. Miss Elsie Trerto. after nassing several wecKs witn her grandmother, airs. L. J. Blakcty. left Wednesday for Newport, her home- Arrangements are being made, uy me American Legion for a celebration on July A parade, games and other festivities will mark the day.-Dr. H. ri. Ttavwnrd has leased of H. A. Jjconaro tho rooms formerly occupied and used hv the rest room, and will nave nis oi flee at thin place Meanwmie ino resi room has been given up, but as soon a3 an onentnc annears. it is hoped to reopen u in riirvrent ouarters. The Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Hamilton leave here tms wee for White River Junction, where they will make-their future home. Mrs. It. A. Skinner, who has been ahsfni two weeks on an automohllo trrp came home Tuesday to remain with her mother. Mrs. L. S. Cleveland, and little son. ne.Witt Skinner, for a time. .rs V. A. Sal sbnry and Mrs. M i nowcu left Tuesday for Johnson tr pass a short time with friends. The annual village meeting was held In the auditorium of the High School building Tuesday night. Mrs. n. F. Dumas, after a visit in Springfield, with her son. Leo, returned home Tuesday. afr. and Airs. Fred Beedle of Keene, N. H guests of Mr. and Airs. A. H. Beedle Sunday, have returned to their home Mies aiabel Hamilton was in town Sunday to visit her parents, the Rev. and Airs. Joseph Hamilton, and to assist them In packing their household soods for shipment to White River Junc tion, where they will move this week. Mr. Hamilton ha bought a houso there and leaves here to be wtth then- daugh ter. Miss Hamilton, who returned' Monday night. They also have a son In that place. Mrs. Don Moore of Sharon, after visiting her father, C. J. Atarcott, re turned home Monday. Mrs. AlcTntyre, who is clerk in the Thomas store, was at her home in Bethel Monday night. Marjorie Ketchum of Gaysville Is pass ing this week here with ber grandpar ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. It. Ketchum. A .son was bom Sunday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Edson Glfford. who reside on Emerson terrace. Miss Doris Osha of Swanton is in town passing soveral days with her grandparents, Mr. and Airs. Wil liam Osha, and other relatives J. B. Lyon of Plattsbursh. N. T.. the guest of his mother. Mrs. Wetmore, Sunday, left Monday to resume his work. air. Lyon is employed in Cook's florwt estab lishment in Pittsburgh. atiss Evelyn Denney, who has been in Washington. D. C. for some time, ha3 returned to pass a ttw days with Mrs. Clam Prince. Thomas Fitch of Chicago, who was called here by the. death of Dr. E. O. Blanchard, left aionday to take- his posi tion. Mrs. Fitch wifl remain here for a time with Airs. Blanchard before re turning to her home. Air. Westcott, for many years chauffeur of the R. J. Kim ball family, arrived Atonday to look after some business Interests of the. family. It is understood that tho family will not come here, this summer and that tho house will not be opened this season. The regular meeting of Fern Rebckah Lodge was held Tuesday night, when a report of the proceeds of the food sale was given and Children's Day observed. Mrnt I iiik luii .1,1 rn . ij ill 11:11 hiiii nauu ip , - V- . 11., 1 ,1 .. 1 . r it, Carr ot Hardwlck Is spending a few day with airs. Phllbrook.-E. E. Rollins o Hyde Park, Alass., Is stopping at th ..... ..-.fa. ...in. irtinuv mill ..una ,m Stlmson went to Montpeller Sunday after noon. airs, nesslo Bodlne was In St uoogcrs, an aged resident of this town died Saturday at tho homo of his daugh " - j , ,,,,,, 1 iu rwjiii, U a VICI Ih vrt .!... 1 . lit (rradually fuller! until tho end. Hln fu rimnUnm nfT1nUHH f - ft .knllt fkrt fAn. . f 1 .. daughters ant! thrco wins. LOWELL ... , , ,.,... .-v,n un v 1 r Mini miiu umiKi irra mil iHKmc a. Tnn inrmtff eastern Vermont and New Hampshire Atrs. Ernest Btllardo and sons, and Mrs nn.l.l .. U n 1 . . ... were guests Sunday of Air. and Mrs 1 rvi tfiM narnnhi a bam hn. n tm.. A ... 1. L lu ..ill,-, lllvc 1....1U. "-.....J... 1 I . r. f T ....., r.r AfAMAM.H. - .1. guests last week of air. and Airs. T. Carl was accompanied by Francis Smalley o Morrisvillc Air. and atrs. Benjamin Syl vester arc the parents nf a son, Russel Benjamin, bom June. J9. airs. Sylvcste was ailsa Gladys Tillotson. C. C. Stan- nard has gone to Hartford. Conn., to tor many years run a lumDer nustness in own under the firm name of J. H. Slls- .. . ) .1.... V..... , i . . . anu iKiuKiiiM, L't'iuiuy Hun ir. ann iMrs. uavis uooi or .Norm rrov were cuests of atr. and afrs. L. R. Sinclair-Sunday. NORTH CRAFTSBURY me (jransnury Acanemy will nbservn Its annual alumni banquet this evening at tho gymnasium. On account of plans lui ai. ' v. tuui ui ui i4.i,v t.iitsurrt.- tlon at Albany, the town committee de- ciaeo noi 10 noia one ncre mis year, DUt wil plan for a community fair early in the autumn. There wero no moving pic tures Tuesday evening. The film failed to reach here, como on In by Mason will be exhibited tKls week.-atre E. at. Toren and daughter, Harriet, of Lincoln. Neb., are. visiting at Car J. Peterson's. Miss Lois Itadley has returned from the TTnlvrrslfv rt Vrtl-tnfinf anil Ttrlll Twnrl .1 part of the summer with her parents, Atr. and .Mrs. W. C. Hadley.-AIIss Atyr- tlo Robblns has gone to spend a few weeks with Rarhel Nicholson of Wolcott. AIlss Ethel Hart of Enosburg is visit ing at N. B. Willlams.-atrs. John Col- bum and children of Rurlingtnn hav come to their ramp at Hosmcr lake for the summer. Mrs. B. T Colo and threw children from atillford. fonn., are visit- inc-at Calvin. Cole's. Tho. Rev. E. R. Gor don of Greensboro and the Rev. C .1. Peterson exchanged pulpits last Sunday. There, will be a spoelal offering taken for the State. library association Sunday morning. A sermon will be preached to the Afodcm Woodmen Sunday forenoon at the Congregational Church Th Woman's Atissionary meeting will be held Thursday with Mrs. N. B. Williams. Robert Harper has -purchased a new car and E. A. Duttrm has exchanged his Oak land for a Metz.car. WESTFIELD Senator C. S. Page of Hyde Park was a caJler at the home of Airs. D. Edwin Wright Sunday. Ralph and Chester Sean return tho 30th to Camp Taylor, Ky. They have been, In the study classes th past year and' have slgncd-up for another year's study. They are specializing In radio work. ATr. and Airs. Archlo-Page-of lras burg visited at Herbert ami Alton Ain- gcr's last week. Le Roy Aimer and friend from Auburndalo, Alass., came last Friday to spend a few "days at the home of his mother, aim. H. O. Miller. The Rev. W. G. AlacFarfane went to Swectsburs June 1G and brought home his mother who is much better. Mrs. Sharkey of SL Johnshury has been visiting at the. home of her father, Air. Sweeney. A da-ughter was born to Air. and Airs. Pete Ducharmn June 11. aionday morning Miss Nora, Foster, daughter of Mr and Airs. Homer Foster, and Walter Verge, son of Vel- more Verge, were married at the Ro man Catholic Church at. Troy, by tho Rev. J. F. LaBlanc Airs. Lizzie Bonware, who has been for some-time tn the home of her daughter, in Lowell, has come to her own home here for a. short stay. A few day ago George Besaw, wife and-Httle daugh ter met with what might easily hav been a fatal accident They were driving home from Troy directly in front of an automobile and turned tn at their horoo without giving the. turning sign Con sequently tho car hit the-huggy and threw them out, breaking three of air. Besaw s ribs and- inflicting numerous other Injur ies, also injuring airs. Besaw, but not seriously. It was only bex-ause, the car was being driven slowlythat they wcr not killed. DERBY Mr. and Mrs. Henry Baldwin celebrated their 20th wedding anniversary last Saturday by entertaining neignnors ann friendd In the evening. Mrs. Roy Tempi" and daughter and airs. Preston Adams of Feltch Bay, Can., were Sunday guest at the homo of Theron Adams. .Mrs. Alargaret Kclley Is in Johnson attending the commenrcmont exercises of the Nor mal School. Air. and .Mrs. A. N. Uttin and aiis-sos Helen and Myra Jonnc went Wednesday to Waterloo, P. Q.- to attend the wedding of a relative. air ana Mrs L. P. Jenno and Atr. and airs. Cyril Darby left Monday by automobile for Skinner, Mc. to visit Dr. and Atrs. Aldrich. Atrs. aiyron Young and three children of Bur lington, are visiting at Charles Young's. Wide- Awake Rebe.kah Lodge No. 68 con fined tho degrees on two candidates Tues day evening. Tuesday afternoon several RANDOLPH CENTER Atrs. Afahel Cook, who has been In South Royalton since October caruvr for an Invalid, Is at her rooms here for a two weeks' rest. .Mrs. Hugh Phillips and two daughters of Montpeller are with Mrs. Holden at the old homestead Commencement, exercises of the V G, A. were held last week. A largo number at tended the exercises, There were 13) at the ahimni dinner. Prospects for tho future are good. Raymond Pike who has recently sold his farm In PlalnOeld, Is vteltlng at Mrs. W, A. Evans'.-N. G. Conant, while working in his barn, fell, striking a fork handle which made an ugly gash In his side. A physician was railed and he Is malting a good recovery. Andrew Edson, superintendent of schools rill, nr.nrtnal of Briuham Academv. in 1 Wends of Mrs. Helena Eaton gave her a nVer.,fleM. former nrincinals of the Ran- 8Prise party at tho home of Mrs. Y.. dolph Normal . . . .1 . . Ill atlLllll .IIU 1.,.IHW.. w, II,,, U.M..,,,, ... T , . k.t -okni -hii, -.-.u wmi nriH ling Airs. V . J . Kingsbco. considering tho rainy weather. urmcr principals of Uio Ran- sunnse iwny w V School, were hero last week ' Davison, " honor of her 87th Wrthday s reunion of tho alumni ot teratt,i t r. ' . T Orleans County GREENSBORO Air. and Airs. A. K. Perrin were in Bur lington Saturday and Miss Atarjorlc re turned homo with them from tho Uni versity of Vermont. Schools closed Fri day and several of them held picnics, ailss Gcrtrudo Smith returned to Epplng, N, H Friday after a successful four months work as domestic science instruc tor In the high school, Atiss Bailey went to her hdmo In Craftsbury. Miss Alorrr hew went tn Burlington Monday, AIlss Merrlhew. Atiss Smith, Mr .Hall and allss Bailey will bo hero next year In the same positions. aliss Bolton returned to Cabot Friday evening and ailss Phillips to Glover Saturday. Mr. Lubar and family have re turned to Caspian Lako for the summer. The Rev. Peterson of Craftsbury preach ed at the Congregational Church Sunday and the Rov, Gordon at Craftsbury. B. Kinney was olected delegate from tho Congregational Church to attend tho ter- centenary celebration of tho landing of the Pilgrims at Boston Juno 3-July 1, Miss Emma Lindsay called' upon friends In the-village Thursday. Sir. and Mia. Kosslterof ConeonH- a, U.axriv Rutland County BRANDON The graduating exercises of th class of 1930 of tho Brandon High School wero largely attended at the town hall Fri day evening. Prof. H. P, Williamson do Vlsmc of Mlddlcbury College delivered an interesting and Instructive address Tho salutatorian essay, "Rupert Brooke " was delivered by Allbs Isabel Susan .Ses sions and tho valedictorian address by Harrie D. At.Trsh. Prin. Edmunff H. Walker awarded the different prizes, of fcrcd by members of the school commit tee, tho certificates given -by tho Royal Typewriter company, tho Vermont scholarships, which wero won by Miss Ifabcl Sessions und llarrio D. Marsh, and tho diplomas to the graduating class, SI In number. After the presentation of the diplomas by Principal Walker, Dr. J. W. Estabrook, a member of tho school committee, presented Principal Walker with a purso of $3) In gold, a token from the senior class, aud Miss Bartholomew or tho faculty presented Principal Wal ker with a token from tho junior clas of the High School. Principal Walker t W much affected by these gifts au4 lot