THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES : THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1920.
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'WANT TO BIT ot! 'rouii'l linno, ifrii to
toil i:ir old, nroimJ !I50 prunls. II. II.
f.eeke, Jonesvllie, Vt. Fi'.wM
formnl tecoptlon were followed by danc
ing, during which fruit punch nnd wncrs
wore served. Morgan's orchestra fur
Julius Russett died Tucsdny, .Tunc R,
nt his homo In Pnnton lifter nn Illness of
two dnys with pneumonln, nged 57 years,
Tho funeral was held nt St. Peter's
Church, of which ho was n member, the
Rev. L. A. Vozln.a officiating. The benrers
Wore' David nnd Pnlrlelt Rvnti. Charles
' CiirtlP, Walter Leonard, Frnnk Matdoon
' and .lames Tucker, and burin! tnndo In
lit) family lot In tho Catholic remetery.
i Among those from nwny were: Mr. and
i Mrs. Walter Senna of Wllllston, Miss
Louise Russett from tho Fanny Allen hos
' pltnl. Mrs. Philip Connor of Troy. .V. V
William Oenlcr of C.lens Fnlls. N. Y
1 Mrs v'lltl.., n,,t,.,..t Mr. ami Mrsi.
.John C.enler, Mr. and .Mrs. Thomas
C.enler, Clifford Dumas, Joseph Garno
of Mlnevillc Falls, N. Y Mr. and Mrs.
John Bergeron and son, Victor, ot Bur
lington .Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Hooska of
nrlstol. There wore many floral tributes.
.Julius Russett was born In Cllntonvllle,
X. V., In I81K. when 12 years of age he
moved to I'anton, where ho had since re
N. V. where tho greater part of his life
wns spent. In 1W he was married to
Nalli'tll- Genler of Mlnevillc. Of this
union 10 rhlldren were born I.ouls Russett
of nunliiL'ton, Mrs. Walter Senna of
Willis ton, Mrs. Wllllnm Sullivan, Clnrn,
Kdnn. Flora and Wrens; two sons,
ni ! Pllilaen and Ilnrrv. of Vergennes, who
with bis wife, survive lilm. In 100? he
Piihli.- '.irNli-e. Krone,'!
wanted to till tn pnsltlnii
vlaltttiL tur? In ilrrne. N ' I : one es-
tirrl,".v:-?tl l-l in- won: r-rri i-rrcn, iu ;n . .. . . . , . , ..
consider niiv .p,illr-,c -Ah-i ! e. grsdunte I moved to I'anton .wnere no 11.1.1 sin u iu
nurse, hours on ilut rtim s 5o r. m. .o shied. He Is also survlv-vl by four sisters.
.1 HO p. m. , sa!.ir- V.ni a r.tr For far- j!JS Jennie Russett of Addison, Mrs.
thor iArtic:i!t.rs iuidrr. Oi-nrrnl Pccro- i ,.,,,..,., Dimrr.v. Mrs. Mtiy-i Dumas of
Wlthotbec, N. Y , Mrs. Philip Connrs of
Troy, X. Y.; two brothers, Clifford Rus
rett Dr P.radei.iown, I'la. and Pet-.-r Rus
set', of Addison.
I,. A. Van Bronte I of New York elty,
of the linn or SKfllelrt Farms Co., Inc.,
who last ynr purrhnroj h Orvis cot
tage at Thomp.nu'.s P" making ex
tensive repair" on 'i '' Kobort
Ross, who recently v.-i. cm-liiMed from
tho Vermont Agrl .liiiira! School at Ran
dolph Center an', who lias been spending
a few days with bis nironts, Mr. nnd Mrs.
George C. Ross, h.-.i returned to Randolph,
whorp he h.na a position ns foreman on
a farm In th.V vicinity. Ills s.."tor, Miss
Catherine Res, wr ompanlcd him and
will snend ram" time with her aunt,
Mrs. K. n. Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. John
fTolrten of Bristol are spending a few
days with Mrs. SeMnn's parents, Mr. and
Mra 1';. A. t. no Tho Misses Ruth Har
rington and Hilm Thornc, students at
. OAUnTAKIill wantnl t.i- young rlilldren.
Matrci:, Hauie for Disunite Clill
CAi'.'JIV.ifOk "ur ycar, ohUdrrr. wameit.
Asp'.y MH.rjn, Horn for lft,tute Clill
v ATFfTSOwTf Tntl-tir""Our..-ry, Woi-dbiio,
Vt.. open nhep '(.lnrrj from Vircb 1. 1'J'JO,
tvn-T.'fl.?. nuf.niilot'1 (l'rrlrt. erc.vs.
I hr.v" a (T-r-.tai Lri, .nnil furnish goo'lo
is m."i In r.iy fmrle At v.UoktMle prloa.
jo.iioj rir.t p.t to Sit) prr month.
nJrii.cc ';t:arry t:nd rood m.i'lilnAr?.
Vrit' ter mer Infoniillnn Tnd Main
yaur rx'-ojierCL Jn a .rrr.nUo qunrry or
ttia'blc ijuirr. VVTH Sil.c f.-v. apnrcn
Ores. K. It. PltU'her, Wocilbuty, vt.
Dnrlo Vni-lnn Atr nnd Mrs. I. H.
Thomas, N'omo nnd Hilly Thomns nnd
Mr. nnd Mrs. K. Ii. Kberwln and John
Sherwln visited I.. A. N"1 nnrt fn'"'lv
In Rrndford Sundny.-Mlss Anna .
Cooler hns been ongnged to teach In tho
public schools ot Montpcller.-Jiiss unioo
The 13th annnnl reunion of tho Varney
families wns held Juno 17 nt tho home
of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. D. Hill, ia being
present,. A bountiful dinner was served
under a tent to whlcli nil did Justice. Tho
Itov. Mr. Olalstcr wns present and ably
nsslsted In tho program, also many of
tho children. The following officers were
elected: President. T. C. Vnrnev! vice-
president, B. K. Varney; secretary and'.lowelt of Newark, N. J., 1 1110 Kct nf
treasurer, Jlw, R; K, Varney. Friends , Miss Ileno .Sargent.
wevo present from Lincoln, Rrlstol,
Sturksboro, Monkton nnd Burlington.
The next reunion Is to be held with Mr.
nnd Mrs. Frnlik Moody In. Lincoln.
Geoigge Wnlston, of Monkton, wns here
Sunday to visit his brother, Frank Wnl
ston, who rmalns about tho same. The
Rov. Mr. Sturlevant, State evangelist,
will hold meetings nt the Baptist Church
June 24 (6 27 and will assist on tho 27th
In putting over the "every member can
v.ips". Mr. and Mrs. F.lbert llryson have
returned to New York city after passing
their honeymoon with Mrs. Rryson's pnr
cnts, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. C. Smith. The
couple wcrq married nt Mr. Bryson's
home In Worcester, Mass., June in and
will reside In New York city, where they
boUi have positions. The C.C.C. will meet
tho 31th with Mjs, Otle T.ntro. Mr, and
'.Mrs. C. J. Devoid are working In Bris
tol. Frank Nlmblett Is working In Mld
fllcbury. Mrfl. Ralph Tnlcott has return
ed to 'her homo In Waterbury after vis
iting her mother, Mrs. Gordon, Miss Ju
lia Sumner, of Foxboro, Mass., Is with
her sister, Mr. Mnudc S. Wade. Mr, nnd
Mrs. Arthur Washhurne and family, of
Brooklle'd, nrc gucsta at J. W. Dike's,
Mrs. Curroll Illll Is entertaining her
nieces, the Misses Purlnton and Atkins,
of I.inroln .. A. Smith Is Installing a
steam boiler and engine In his mill at
the village. Miss Gladys Caldwell, of St.
Albanc, Is visiting her grandparents, Mr.
having highest rank In the sixth grade home from Mlddlehury High School.
for the school voar are! Beatrice Vnmcy, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I. Clark were ovor Sunday
Alma Fnrr, Maurice Vnrr, Maydnleno guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. A. Mitchell
Orvln. Uont'rlrn itnurv. Mtii'V slf,,f! and ' of St. Albann. Hobcrt Porter of Kast
wrHiinr, in, u,, was a wceK-cnn gucsi oi
Pnnton were guests ot Mr. nnd Mrs.
C. J. Sneden Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. B. S.
Merrill nnd dnughtcr, Marlon, passed the
week-end with Mr, nnd Mrs. V. II,
Whoelock nt Woodbury Pond, W, II.
his wlfo nt Ihr homo of her parents, ' Jnckman wns In Springfield, Mnss,, Inst
week. Mr. and Mrs. p. V, Otis pussed
tho weok-end with Mr. Otis' father, J. W,
Otis, In Jay, N. Y. Mr. and Mrs. John
Bristol were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs.
F. C, Wnrd Sundny. Donovan nnd Arthur
Booth of Grossc Point visited their nunt,
Mrs, B. S. Merrill, Tuesrtny. Miss Vera
Mr. nnd Mrs. S, VI. S mlth, Mr. nnd Mrs.
A. T, Clnrk wcro week-end guests of
Mr, nnd Mrs. F.. F, Oulloy of St. 'Alhnns.
George Marshall Is spending the week
with hln grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs, C.
H. Mnrshnll.-Uttlo Wllmn Wood hnd tho
misfortune to crush n linger Monday In
The Chnutnusua ticket cnmpnlgn In n cow stnunchlon, .'Knrgtiret Carpenter ' Sneden has returned to her homo after
progressing very rapidly In Bristol ana is nome lor tne summer irom me I'm- passing tho winter witn tier uncle,
viclnltv which coes to idiow that every- vefslty of Mlddlehury. Stolla Cross, who Arthur Thaxter, In Springfield, Mr. nnd
nne enntemnlntj. ittendlng this Instruc-1 has heen tenchlng In Forestdnlc tho pnstiMrs. A. K. Booth attended tho Booth
live ns well ns entertaining event -Miss year, Is with her pnrents, Mr. nnd Mrs.
Flit) Mathcwson started Saturday for Stanton Cross.-Mary Carpenter, who Is
Fort I.vons Coin, where s'hc hns n po-'training for a nurse at the Mary Flct
sltlnn ns dietitian In the United States lohcr hospital, Is with her parents, Mr.
Vn,.,.i i,(,iiia .nn hns been born re- and Mrs. 13. J. Carpenter, for a two
cently to Mr, and
Walker wedding June IS,
I SOUTH STARKSBORO
uiiuirn norm I nmn npvr 'I p ,r
postponed because of the Iitnes.i
chnlrmnn, Mrs, Alfred Wohiter
Wnllnro Strntton, the four year-o
of .Mr, nnil Mrs. Clarence Strattnn
away at their home on Pearl street
nesday morning at two o'clock.
funeral will bn held nt their horn
afternoon at two o'clock.
. Mr. and Mrs. Norris 1 Blake lef
to reside and Mr Blake Is to engag
Rllth WVtrrV,, ,.r .,.1.111 . .-.-It
spanning rer vacation at the- homfc
parents. Mr nn.i m.. t?.itrt
,m imvii nave rioseu tor ma
Mrs. unnries uuprey . "" ...v.., ..,,. ,,,,,. ,,,, ,,B nVtnlc
. ..... . ri...iMrt . 1 1 Olid 11
street. Merrltt niowe, oi.1""1" n"im-. jhih '"u u.i.i uiri
In town Monday. Tho lu" fi-nuiii jmi iih- won nt-m ill iiu; jinn
Baptist Sunday-school belli Its annual pie
nlc In South Bristol Tuesday.-Mrs. 13,
R, Holmes nnrt daughters, Mary, nnd IJIIz
nbeth, of Mlddlehury, spent the week-end
with B. II, I.nne nnd family. Mr. nnd
Mrs. R. K. Bnmforth have moved Into
P. D, Lawrence's tenement on Fnst street.
.Mrs. 'James Kerrlck of Washington,
D. C, Is a guest at the Wheeler home.
Mrs. Kerrlck Is the daughter of tho late
Justice David J. Brewer. Delbort Miller
l.s visiting In Brlstol.--.Mr. anil Mrs. J. R,
Arkley and daughter Hazel, and Mr.
Klrkland, all of W.iterbury. were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. A, P. Wllllnms
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Stearns, Juno 11 MIssMarlon Tny
lor ban finished her school In Whiting
and h now at tho home of her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Hornrc Taylor, here. Mrs.
I.. H. Perry Is quite. Ill and attended by
Dr. H'tntlngtnn of Rochester. The enter
tainment given by the scholars of tho
Corner school last Thursday was attend
ed by a large number nnd wns much en
Joyed. The proceeds will bo usod to buy
books for a sehool library. Charles Law-
Dorothy Arkley returned with them aflnr,eneu of Springfield was In town Sunday.
spending three weeka In town. Miss George Sargent nnd Fred Burko were
The Rev. J. R. Ransomo will nreaeh ot
Friends Church on Sunday afternoon nt ,,lnf' A covered dish suppe
two o'clock until further notice. -Mrs. , h served. Lucius Button, who has
t."lll,n T.-,lln linn In Vnn' ttnvn and I... tO NeW York tO V'.Mt lllfl ffltner-
Hai aJlonth ! WhUt, hter. Mn.. Roy Hur.burt. In Monk- Hund.y In t.wn
i ..(... t m f inn. lor a icw u.ivs. inn ra ijoitio .
, , tuner neror.B. iW por.nrnianco..- Vlh rn,,n.? f0".1.0 tlmC W"h hpr SS
morning 'with pneumonia. The funeral 'iS rlpWn'
was held at tho home Monday at 1:00 p. , hftw rpUlr. Uj lhf"
Fmma Ball nnd Mr.t. Delbort Bull at
tended the icing's Daughters convention
nt Randolph the. last week, Mr. and Mrs.
In Worcester Inst weok on a fishing trip.
M. II. Wymnn Is visiting at IT. H. Hub
bard's. Mr. and Mrs. Lnren Long spent
and Mra. F. O. Smith. William Caldwell, I p, Dean arc on nn auto trip to Tlcon
W. M. Dean and Mr. and Mm. James 'Sunday with Mrs. Long's parents, Mr.
of St. Albajis, is working for his uncle,
(.. I. Smith, during the summer vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Wright Ferguf.on, of Bris
tol, called on relatives hero the 21tli.
-Mr. and Mm. Rlrlmrd Hill, of California.
deroga and nilznhctlilown, N. Y. Mrs.
R. C. Bonrdman has returned to her homo
In Kast Mlddlehury. Cnleb Harrington
has been called to Salisbury by tho 111
nctH of bin brother. Philip and Fletcher
Mr. nnd Mro. Samuel Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Newton of Boston ore spending the sum-
'.C PTAJt'DIMI T5AAN" fo" silt, uno
S0cr! ft, '.) Eors. o'io r!iitn (t , bam
.nentfl tj b;tQ, uod ror,iUt..3n: will rfc'.t
:,inill'j3 ar vilt ta'e down and slilp t.i
liCHrct fll.itlou md ss. up ..'.ncwh'.r.
Wrlto P. O. Hox SM, Jl.irtrft-1-. Vt.
ICe.nsey P.urnhnm nnd Mr. and Mrs. Adel
belt Alger, of Lincoln, visited at Fay
Stokes's last week. Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard Illll wore former residents here nnd
nude tho trip from California by auto.
A L Steadman has bought Layton
Bra-ce's farm. Mrs. Candnce 3ostw!oli
has returned from a two weeks' ttay
with her son, C. G, Rostwlck, In Boston.
C. Ladoo la visiting his sisters In Bur
lington for a few days. C. F. Gove, of
PNW HAY I.OADKll. new !n yoiu'
tilt- University of Vermont, arc ii the
1..... ..e I In. .Vin u,imr,r
vocation -Cap" C. L. Parker has returned nurllniston. was at U. K. Eddy'a the first
from a visit ti Dr and Mra. J. S. Webb WLCK'
nt-en nt 13. A. nst-!)'" farm, Dor.t SL, 01 uuriinffl'J'i u;"'rge lniiy iinu nrir.j
. .Vlburne. H. P. l tt.brr.ok, D. t, ' of Hinsdale, Mats, aro cper.dlntr a few
p. chmonrt, Vt I.r,t,w.l f ,'nt with lur. mothut. Mrs Uurrenif Resi-
."LKN'Ort) BVSINBR'i I.OCVTION 'or
Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Piorsons of Fair
cay. V. U. Slialdoti of itutlami caiiea are visiting ner sister, ; Mrs. Frank
John Kor- I'ouginsi', and brother, 11. II. Burge.
5.-.le in a i-.-Jitry town- m, -t, l.r.llrtlne with fnenfla ;n ,0.A Vt.:,terday.-
-1 V "'.'".TLL i", ..'"."r..." 1 ton or Dartmtmtb Coll'ge ia .mending fh9 MIes Dorothy of Springfield, Mass., Is
-.r. li, t,,-lll-.T u, 'M.IStt. UV.L - ,,,ltn.W , .... .. ,..nr.l.. l, .1 ....... u
vacation wit;i ins momer, iirs. ii. , i"u-"""t " ti huh ner mtuner,
I Norton Mlsa Kli7.ib.jth Rood baa ncne,JI. Maria Smith, Ruth Forhes of
I .o Ploawintvlllfe. N. V., and Mias Mahcl Hnsthampton. Mahs., is the guest of her
Phillips to her home In .Wai-flcld for tho aunts, Misses Jennie nnd lna Smith.-
' .. .. ttw rr &.ntnAi.i
summer. Both were teachers in tne '" -'t r ihbih-ui, .'iu., is pass
V. rgennes High School last year. Albert
ai 1 Richard Cole of Dartmouth College
ni at the home of their parents. Mr.
ai. 1 Mrs. Charles II. Cole. Miss Renah
I -nlo" nf HHrlr-orvrt Cnnn Viris :,rrK'od
lo"tte nnd open ri Ptoru In Pttto of
'frinont: can also r'lt 111 lrcat or rarayrc;
good meat rootn and refrlRGr.ttor furn
uru heats tenrmont nnd store; electric
Ughts running watr; hanl wood . floor.1.
ThU must bit old a-, onre to settle an
cstato Prlcn .,'.00(1. If you saw this
hplendld huslnej'.-t opening nnd fine home
you would want It. Inquire ot Mrs. Nina
T. Hresette. W.ishinqtnn, Vt. 140.12t.wjt
mcr with their grandparcnls, Mr. nnd
Mrs. M. F. Allen. Agnes Lessor Is homo
from Vcrgennes High School, Sho wns
ono of the grnduatos this year. Gnrdner
Stone is spending several days In Bur
lington, tho guest of his daughter, Mrs.
Wright nt his horn" here tnt week
Modern Woodmen will give a, dap
their hall Friday evening Snrpard
chestra will furnish mj ic - Miss
ganiltc Wolcott Is at V me fron
chool In Wllllston for tac summc
Mrs. Louise Harris .Mitchell, wi
Col. W. II. Mitrhc !. died at her
and Mrs. H. H. Huhbnrd.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Claflin went
last week to visit his brother and sis
ter In Bennington, N. II., and vicinity.
Mrs. Henry Pholps returned to i
Conway, N. H with her son, Amos,
last week. Mrs. G. R. Church has re- j
turned from Massachusetts after ai
four-wetlc stay, Mrs. William Pierce
'and little girl of Springfield and Mrs.,
James Myactt from Rutland visited
their cousin. Mrs. George Taylor, Jr.,
Prominent among the W graduates of
Wesleyan University Is Georgn F. Blck
ford of Hardwlck. who received his de
gree Monday morning. Bickford's college
course was Interrupted by tho war, but
he was able to icturn this year and
iocuro his degree with Phi Beta Kappa .Ing of cerebral embolism Tho fu
rank. "fCcko Is chairman of the under- services were held on Sunday
and other committees. Ho has played and the body was taken to
an important part in tho college bodyjdrako Springs. N Y., for the
social activities. 1Ie Is a member of tho torment. Mrs. Mitche'. wa. born on
I Cotillion club and of tho Psl Upsilon , ruary 8. 1851. the d.vjghtcr of John
ren to visit another daughter, Mrs
Fred Flllnt. Mrs. Haynrs accompanied
them to Warren. Mrs. Uugcno Martin
has returned from Bennington.
POULTRY AND SUPPLIES
HA BY CHICKS, Reds, White Itock", Dar
rcd Rocks, IJlack Minorca. S".,n..'0 per
100; White Leghorns. Brown I.cshornt SI S,
White Wyandottes. $2t, from recognized
big layers, $4 per 100 extra. Order.- from
25 to 2S.000 filled In one snlpment. Mans
field Hatchery, Mansfield, Mass.
130,d and w to jy IS
nt the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Louis C. Cotey, for the summer vacit
Ing her vacation at tho Smith farm.-
Mrs. Kenneth Cook entertained the Clov
Vr club Saturday. Miss Abigg of New
j York is Miss Farr's guest at Dr. Platts.
'.Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Kddy and chil
dren of Walllngford, passed tho week
end with Mr. and Mrs. Dickinson. Miss
lion. She was accompanied by Miss i " "urniigion ami inenci, .miss
Martha Coward of New York city. Miss ' , BK ' l,asc" lnn witn
Klecta Smith has returned to Boston after ,er Pents. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Larra
a visit to her sinters, Mrs. T. Neville and I e -M7' " Tottingham is visiting
111 .tuilll 111 UUlMll'lll. ,tlii:-B, till US llilVC
i been received announcing tho marriage
of Miss Kathcrino Hllzabeth Lerangcr
I to Russell Allen Walker, June lfi, at
HORSES AND LIVESTOCK
The teachers for the Vcrgennes high
and graded schools have been engaged for
tho coming year nnd are as follows:
'Principal. Wbliam II. Carter; assistant r T"' 'N' -M"- """"" " il,hcr
i ..... ... .. . ...... I of Bridnort has issued enrdw for n re-
ROLSTBI.s- COWS for s.le some coming ' principal, .miss a.icc hievens ot """s , . "R, .
fresh soon, balance now milking; good ! Falls, N. Y ; teacher of F.nglish, Miss ! '"n ln , ,"7 , Mr" ,'inc' Mrs-"ul'
hrredtntr nnd n,l. trtre rnws r....hl .Wimtmnn rn. r.t Tl..,lltrtn . t,,nl hlh '"alkcr at their home 111 Rridport, June
terms to responsible parties.
V, r,. Foley,
lSl,12t v.- 2t
Miss Laura Llhbey, Phillips, Me.; do
mesde science. Miss Cecil Carrigan of
Burlington; sixth grade, Miss Marrella'
Rndlgan of Castleton; fifth grade, Miss
Kdith MrGovern, Vcrgennes; fourth grade,
Miss Ada Crosby nf Vergennes; third
grade. Miss Grace Leonard of Shoroham;
.seenpd grade, Miss Cora Barker of Ver
gennes; first grade, Miss Kllzaheth Ftiz
slmonds; Instructor In tho agricultural
course, Ilrnry V. Wheelock. C. T. S.
Pierce nnd housekeeper Mrs. T. J. Chase,
Charlotte. House, barn, ice-house, dock. ,vcro ln ""rlinston Sunday to hear the
nil iikmi nviivt'it'ii ii y jiisimii urt uun j
Far Sale or To Befit
Attractive property at Cedar Beach,
Tho Rev. Ralph Knight of Richmond,
Ind,, who Is to succeed the Rev. J.
Kdwnrd Ransomo ln the pastorate of the
Friends' Church, Is expected to arrive
about July 1 nnd to assume his duties
at once. Mr. and Mrs. Knight come well
equipped for the work In a country parish,
being graduates of the Pacific College
and post-graduates of Karlham College.
and having ln their preparation special- Rny Moulton and family of I'anton
ized in community work. There will be , were guests Sunday of Mr. nnd Mrs.
nn Ico cream social on Friday evening of ! J. E. Davis. Mrs. Minn Wnrd and Mrs.
this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Fverest entertained tho Ladles'
Carroll Orvis for the benefit of tho Loyal j Union Wednesday afternoon at their
Workers. Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Russell i rooms. Miss Hazel Ward returned to her
I Mrs. Phllome.ne Touchetttc, wife of
I Michael Touchctte of Colchester avenue,
I illn.l Tt,,.n 1H i, - .!.-..
this w eel:.-Mrs. FroJ Hayncs of Roy- Qf mnn' f ' , a'5
a ton IsMsltlng her parents Mr. and, chronc nenhrUK Thp f ,
Mrs Klmore Goodyear. They cele; . L , , ,d mo elghf o'clock at.
brated their f.Oth wedding anniversary M p , xavler's Church with Infer-
r,,Y -,'"1." Iment in St. Francis cemetery.
Tho death if Mrs. Bridget Whnlen
work In Springfield, Mass., Saturday
morning after paslng a week in town
with her mother. Mrs. F. L. Shackett,
Mrs. Hattle Landon and Miss Marlanna
Landon aro In camp at Long Point. Mrs.
Llzzzie Kno-Ray nnd daughter aro guests
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William
Kno. Tho Christian Endeavor will hold
a lawn social at the home nt Mr. and
Mrs. Carroll Landon this evening.
A very pretty wedding took place at
St. Paul's Church Wednesday, June
lh, wnen JIlss .Madeline LaJTley. youngest
McGrath.w Idow of Rdward McGrath, oc
curred at Waterbury, Wednesday ' eve
ning of last week. Mrs. McGrath was
?J years of ago. The lemalns were
brought to the West Allen street resi
dence from which place the funeral was
held Saturday morning at nine o'clock
at St. Stephen's Church, with burial ln
St. Joseph's ccmetec
The total grand list for the town of
Colchester for the yesr of 1020 is l33.ri6.rM,
a gain of $7:3.83 over lajt year's list. The week-end
grand list for 1DJ0 is made up no fol
lows: Total appraised valuation of real
estate for taxation, J2,IC2,42o; total ap
praised valuation of personal estate for
taxation $irc,4"5; total deductions for debtd
and personal estate for taxation. 5C.0:G,CG:.; ! of Panton is visitln
nno nor cent nf thn frttrtt nnnpnlspd vnlnn. Stanton. Dr. W
tlon of real and personal estate, 339.KG.C.);
total appraised valuation of taxable polls,
liiu, inaKir't; a luiiti m t'M,i'j lur ( ..tw,. --
, , t , ATf ATiir. enyror. v imam bl
Mttt.tl I'fttillti; LUlill YtllUrlllUJt 'l IC.tl , "... ......
II Mitchell has
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DUsworth and Laura Ellsworth, who
about 12 acres of woodland.
For full particulars inquire of Mra. 1 of the dedication
Blrney of Bolton at tho E0th anniversary
tho Burlington Meth-
W. J. Van Patten,
433 So. Union St..
(Continued from poffe one.)
visit at the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. H. K. tVlnehester. after which
she will return to town for tho summer.!10" '- line neiters irom a disease not
-Mr. and Mrs. A'fred A. Bradford and .vet Iwwn. It was first thought that
their daughter. Miss Cecil Bradford, have '-lied from murrain or blackleg, but a
returned to Watervliet, N. Y.. after an 1 microscopic analysis of the hlood did not
odist Kplscopal Cliurcn. Mrs. R. D. Good
ridge and .son, Olln, left Sunday for a
vlsif to lolatlvc-s and friends in Shows
bury. Ludlow and Chester. She war. ac
companied by her mother, Mrs, Emily
Page, who has been visiting her. Miss
Josephine Ralli has gone to Rutland to
attend the commencement exercises of
St, Joseph's convent, where her friend,
Miss Esther Laduc, a former resident,
Is a member of the graduating class.
Aldorman Walter Kellogg has recently
extended visit In Mlddlehury and vicinity.
Mrs. Llcwiiilyn R. Perkins has gone to
North Ferrlshurg for a visit with her
mother, Mrs. Roland Robinson. Work
was begun Wednesday on the chlldrons'
rummer play ground in the park west of
reveal any symptnns of that disease. Ai
though there arc a number of other cattle
In tho same pasture, only those belong
ing to the herd nf Mr. Kellogg have been
alfected. Postmaster and Mrs. John II.
Donnelly Ittft Satutday for Shawbridge
the graded school building and It Is ox-i1"" lo vum ,u "cr BUi"- ami .rB. ...
rocted that the work will be. rushed lo I narhS nf the 'StIUe Industrial school
completion so that tho children can have Maurice Lee of Mlddlehury College is at
the benefit of the play ground all through l" lm' "a ;'"'
the summer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira Bl.m-
IE. A. Lee for the vacation. Mr, and Mrs.
chard of Woodstock, Conn., are In town "enrV " lu,p'"rK H,nrl "mvr. .iau
for a lengthy stay with relatives and old ,olln, lialVC K"T"e ,tU V'0'1' f,1"1"''" C'?m,p
friends Mlas Mary Button has gone to at Woodbury Pond, where Mrs. hcclock
Brandon to remain through the summer na lff;bter will pn.is the summer. Mr.
at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ll'Joek will remain until after tho
K. H. Button-George Ketchum of Sud-.f01"""1 0 'luI;. wlPn llc wl 1 vuvn 'CT(l
bury who has been hero on a week's visit 1 1 nttcM(l to 11,0 hon, Project" work of
to his sister, Miss Hazel Ketchum. cash-1 1,10 eisennes school L, A. HrnmeR of
ler In the Evan's .store, has gone along 'New or,: ('il5'' " mbor of tho Sheffield
to Rutland for a further visitThe MLses I I ar"' company. Inc., called on Alder-
Ruth and Carrie Champlin of Montgomery n a" ','rv , 'lrnwn n ' V.1
.tun. i.ttiii x.. jtttn ,tii,i uiii.uitii v.tiitt.-,.
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Ryan
nf Orwell Sunday Mrs. John Claduo of
RnrllnLTtnn visited her llneln and mint.
Commencement week for tho Vergcnnea I Mr. nnd Mrs. Nnnoleon Rivers. Sundav.
High School clorod Friday evening with ' Mr. nnd Mrs. Victor Perkins of Bur-
tne gtiutuatJng exercises at the opera Unprton spent Sunday with bis uncle and
I Si The Clover club, which has a field
'day July 2, offers $j.ufl In gold for the
'best float In the parade which started at
Ml o'clock. Lunch at noon. At one o'clock
nn auction, P. Wi Waite auctioneer; two
o'clock Hold day races; a ball game he
j tween Whiting and'Shorehnm is an ad
ditional attraction, A band will furnish
music through the day. A dance in
Academy hall In the evening. The object
is funds for relief work this coming win
A pretty wedding took place at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. II. A. Booth of
Vergennes, when their only daughter,
Flora Marjorle, was united ln marrlago
to Wade Albert, son of Mr. and Mrs.
G. R. Walker, of this place. The Rev.
Hervcy Gullck performed the ceremony.
Kenneth Myrlck was best man and Miss
Kllzaheth Hamilton, both of tills town,
acted as maid of honor. Tho bridesmaids
wcro Miss Pearl Farn'ham ot Mlddle
hury and Miss Ruth Walker of Proctor.
The bride was gowned in W'hlle satin
with veil and Carried white roses. Tho
maid of honor wore blue satin and car
ried pink carnations. The couple re
ceived many gifts. After a honeymoon
at Capo Cod, Mass,, they will resldo
here Mr. and Mrs. Guy Gtilnn and son
and cousin, Mr. Coombs, wont Saturday
to Shelburne. Mr. Gulnn s sister will
return with them Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Jnbbott and son were Sunday visitors at
Andrew Breylla's Mr. and Mrs. F. D.
Allard went Wednesday to Rochester to
visit friends. Their daughter, MIsm Cora,
accompanied them to Brandon, where sho
will visit at Bruce Allard's Alice
Chandler went Tuesday to Mlddlehury.
where she had her tonsils removed
ilr. and Mrs. Patrick Cooke aro parents
of a son, born June 20 Kenneth Palmer
Is home for a short stay from Shoreham,
whore he works for Richard Boaror
Henry Doner of Shoroham spent the
week-end with his parents, Mr, and Mrs,
and two children or St. Albans arc visit
ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs, A. P.
Russell Waverly Hong, who has been
a student at Oakwood Seminary, Union
Springs, N. Y., the last year, camo Sat
urday to pass the summer vacation with
his father, C. K. Hong, and grandmother,
Mrs. Eliza Brown Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Van Vliet and three children of Char
lotte visited relatives hero Sunday
Marble Pierce and family of StarkRboro
were guests at A. P. Russell's Sunday
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Mender, D. H. Cox,
Charles and George Barnum, the Misses
Florence nnd Juletta Barnum, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Frank Bushey, Leon Bushey and j daughter of Joseph Laffley, and William
C. E. Hoag were among visitors in Bur- Burke, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. II. Burke,
llngton Saturday Bert Masters and two 'were united in marriage, the Rev. F. A.
enwaren and .Mrs. J.nttle Cannody of Welsh performing the ceremony. The
Lansing, Mich., are visiting their mother, 'bride wore a fawn 'colored traveling suit
Mrs. Amanda Masters Dr. A. A. Den- with white picture hat and carried a
lor Is making, extensive Improvements on gold rosnry. She was attended by her
his residence John Elliot of Bristol 'sister, Miss Mary LatTlcy, who wore a
visited his nephew, L W. Mender, the j tailored suit of blue, with black hat. Hen
last week, and is passing this week with ' ry Russell acted as best man and Mrs.
Mrs. Janelte Barnum and family Mr. 'John Cain played the wedding march.
and Mrs. S. J. Wilson, Elliot Wilson and .After the ceremony a wedding breakfast street were married Monday morning
at 7 o'ciock-ot St. Stephen's Church by
the Rev. J. B. McGarry, They wore at
tended by James Sullivan as best man
nnd Miss Florence Lccuyer as bridesmaid.
Dr. Mltcnell occurred on June 21.
ttini t it, at turn unit" iri t turjiw tj
Sheldrake Springs Sanitarium.
came to Shelburne to live in 1913 Bf
llt'L llllMJ.lllll Hill' ICiLVt'S 1L llllir tlH.ll
j.ii.Mii.vtii, ... uiwtibim ii i, ,,iir, .1,
was a commtinlcnnt of Trlnltv r
and an untiring wcrVer In the cl
She had endeared herstlf to many frl
who will deeply sympathize with
family in her untlmCy death.
Mrs. Bowman, and Burton WIIHa
of Littleton, N. H., spent Sunday
Mr. and .Mrs. A. L. B. ne'lct
A community party will be held ai
town common this af'ernoon
two to six for all children undt r
' school age Mr. and Mrs. Thomis Th
i son are parents of a daughter, born
1 M.,..,!... ftpr. l tntt.r, Vifi.nr- r-Tlt.l
ny tne oeain oi .Mrs ii. .uiir-i
Mnhel Palmer has returned fr m tho
"Pletrher hnsnltn I li.nl Is .mnrov
Helen Taylor has l.nlshed her srho
Enosburg Miss Gertrude Smith is
ing her father, Elmer Smith. -Miss
Mtldgett of Morrlsvlilo is visiting
Mnhel Palmer Mr. and Mrs. 1
been visiting their parents. Mr. and
F. E. Ellsworth, have rcturncu to
$3,2?0. The grand list of 1919 was made
up as follows: Real estate, J2,tlS,t"0; per- I
sonal, $139,121); total amount of real and I
personal estate, J2.SS7.6S2; one per cent
of tho total appraised valuntlon of real ,
and personal estate, $28,S7G.S2; polls $2.40; A verv pretty June wedding took
total grano list, wi.sib.az. (on Wednesday .luno li nn me uwt
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Main street were married Saturday after
noon at St. Stephen's rectory by tho Rev.
J. R. McGarry.
Charles Lecnver of M.mln street and rionelnss. Mass.. assisted by tho
Miss Gertrude Footo of West Canal I Frwlerick Rutan of Charlotte The
In marriage. The reremony was
formed by the Rev. W II. Grandy of
two daughters of Oneida, X. Y., and Mr. was served at tho homo of the bride's
and Mrs. W. F. Wanamakor and son of i ft". Mrs. Walter Root, In Cornwall,
Now Hartford, N. Y., have been the 1,0 about .10 immediate relatives. Mr. and
guests for tho last week ot Mrs. K. G. Mrs. Burke left for a wedding trip and
Cox Mr. and Mrs. A I. Watson 'nnd unon tnclr return win resldo In Orwell.
Mrs. Mnttie Kenyon. who have been re-'Mr- an1 Mrs- Harold Stockwell of Utica.
cent guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Dean, i1' V, lmv0 heon ln town. guests of Mr.
have returned to their homo In New , Stockwcll's patents, Mr. and Mrs. Baker.
Ipswich, N. H. They were accompanied
there by Mr. Dean, who also will visit
in Massachusetts before returning home.
I Mrs. Howard LaFountain of Athol,
Mass., Is at tho homo of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Samuel Bishop Mrs. Josephine
Bclanger has gono to Whiting to spend
some time witlt her sister, Mrs. Follian
Miss Theresa Purcell came home from
Burlington Wednesday owing to in health.
Shn Is ohlltrert tn rlvn nn her tvorl? :tt Ihn
evening on the lawn In front . vmeniiai fnr tvhitn tr .,,! m i ir
of the Methodist Church Mns. Mary , Thomas ha vo been spending several days
Morgan Is In Bristol for to weeks ' vitn relatives In Brandon Mrs. Louise
Miss Lottie Philips, who has been teach- Mead, who has been for several weeks
ing in Benson for a year, Is at tho home i with her son, Sherrle Mead, has returned
of Clinton Pierce Mlsjs .Marin Gates ot i tn the homo of her rlancrhtcr Mrs n s:
'An Ice cream social will be
w,v .urn,,, ., ,n me innustnai society ; sho is obliged to give up her work
nre !n town for a ntoy of a few weeks.
r.otiBo, wilier, wa'j packed to its utmost
capa'JTv. Tlw program wan ear
Mod ovt and diplomas were resent
ed to Ifi graduates by Dr. V. W. Water
Man, who also piesentcd tho University
c." Vm-.nnnt scholarships to Evelyn A.
Bristol and Walter S. Chaffee. The award
of piH.j for the annual prlze-spcaklng
t'nveoi of tho Junior high were as fol
lows: for girls, first prizo $10. Miss Lois
7'', she; second prize $S, Gladys Lahom-
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Porklns
Mr. and Mrs. Saul Cohen of New York
city and Miss Ida Cohon of Burlington
wete Sunday guestH of Mr. nnd Mrs.
Abraham Cohen Tho many friends of
John A. Harrington, who has been con
fined to thn house for several months,
will bo pleased to know thnt ho wns able
lo visit his store Saturday for a short
llmo Mrs. E. A. Front of Mlddlehury
visited her sister, Mrs. William H. Fhigg
ban!; for boys, first prlzo SIC, Clarenco , Sunday Mrs, A. D. Vittum and daugh
Myucit; second pnz3 i, htowurt Lotey. ' teTi Mrs, Ciishman nnd Miss Muriel Vlt
Tho prizes were rretemcd by the donor1 turn of Mlddlehury, called on friends here
Major R. V. McCuen. Following thn:un,iUy,
exercises tho commencement bah wns Tho ouuok for the hay cro,, tn lhl3 sftc.
held In City Hall with a large attendance 'no,, is not so promising as in the early
Morgan's orchestra furnishing music. IrmrJng on account ot tho Insufficiency of
At the annual meeting of tho Vergennes ran fin(. lt Ilow ookK lf tno crop wfiuirt
High School association officers were , i,0 small. Grain is looking fairly well,
ejected mm follows: President, Harry Steh- while potatoes and corn are coming along
bin: first vice-president. Mrs. Raymond slowly, but copious rain is needed to
Pluck; second, Miss Mario Rivers; third, make all of them :t success Tho dance
C, W. Norton: secretary-treanurer, Miss Tuesday evening under tho auspices ot
Kv. Mclgs; executive committee, Mrs. tho Vcrgennes grange In tho nowly erected
Mrs. Delia Cutting nnd sons nf Port
Henry. N. V., motored hero Sunday. Her
niece, Miss Gladys Rublee, returned with
them for a visit A. E. CiltTord Is in
Lowell and Boston, Mass., this week
Mrs. C. F Smith and Miss Candaco Hill
wcro at tho Fanny Allen hospital Tues
day returning home tho following day
Mrs. Cynthia Hill and daughter, Mrs. Ida
Hayes, of Manasses.Va,, are guests of
tho formers nieces, Mrs, O'Brynn and
Bostwlck Mrs, E. K. Eddy visited rela
lives In Burlington Wednesday and
Thursday Mr, and Mrs. F. S. Ferguson
and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Smith are tak
ing an automobile trip through New
Hampshire this week.
U, Leon Hunt, Donald Norton, Mlsa
Mlldied Tabor, Charles Barrows, Mrs. W.
O. Bristol, together with tho president,
f.ocrctary-treuauror and principal nf tho
high tichool; trusted for three years,
A. S. Haven; two years, George R, Slack;
one year, W, II Carter: committee on
renolilllonn Mrs. W. S. Bristol, Miss Edna
Ball una Mrs. AV. A. Dalrymple. The
Rev. Dr. 1. C. Smart of Burlington de
liverer) nn address on "A Simple Reader
and IPs Shakespeare." During thn busl
rcss im-clng a lively discussion tool-,iUci-
concerning tho new athletic field,
pu-chnscd ny tho association which hns
uti ally 'ieen incorporated and i.ow has
ii-inl oslstcnco A - -cinl hour 'r.d in
born of John Clark In Walthnm was a
marked success, There was an atten
dance of upwards of 250 and It Is reported
that the grange cleared over $100 Robert
Kotcham, Howard L. Grandy and William
Austin returned Tuesday from an auto
mobile trip to Montreal Dr, Stephen
Walsh and family of Providence, It. I.,
havo arrived hero and opened their cot
tage at KlmhaR's dock for the summer.
Arthur Miller, who Is employed in Bris
tol, Conn., Is spending a two weeks' va
cation with his mother, Mrs, Mary Miller.
Howard U, Grandey, who hns been
spending Ills vncntton with his undo and
aunt, .Mr. aril Mrs, F, L. Ornndey, has re
turned to Southbrldgc, Mass.
The drive for tho sale of Chautauqua
tickets beRlns this week A good many
from hero attended the commencement
concert of Mlddlehury College Saturday
evening. Miss Roa Eaton, a former Bris
tol girl Bang John D, Martin nnd family
havo returned to their old homo In Platts-
hurgli, whore Mr. Martin will havo
charge of the office of the Pittsburgh
branch of the firm of Corklns & Mai tin
real estate brokers Miss Doris Currier
of Brattloboro is spending a two weeks'
vacation at her home here Fred Bryant
of Malone, N. Y was tn town Saturday,
John H. Orvis Is III at his homo on
Garfield street JIIss Carrie Miles of
Monkton was In town Saturday Mrs.
Susan Plain has been confined to her
homo by Illness tho last two weeks-
Raymond Wllley. who is attending
medical college, in Maine, was In town
ovor Sunday. Mr. and. Mrs. Wllllnm
Ptlrden nnd little Dorothy Ball of Bur-
llngton visited relatives In town over
Sunday Dr, and Mrs. G. F. Edmunds
visited their daughter In Rutland
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. William Pop
per of Lanark, Ont aro visiting
their daughter, Mrs. R. J, Bristol Those
Morrlsville was the guest of Mrs. D. L.
Garland two days tho last week Miss
Myrle Sweet has gono to Brooklyn for two
weeks Fred Bryant of Malone, N. Y..
spent the week-end at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. L. A. Bryant A son has heen
born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Devoid
Gwynne Bean is at home from tho Uni
versity ot Vermont Forest Gove, who
has been In Springfield for a few weeks.
is spending a few days at his homo here.
Henry Palmer Is at home from Rye-
gate The Saturday afternoon hours of
the opening of the library have been dis
continued for tho summer months The
farmers' club will bold a meeting at tho
homo of James Murphy on Wednesday.
The Misses Doris and Evelyn Kent are
visiting in Randolph Dr. Rogers nnd
family of Vcrgennes, Mrs, Annctto Mor
gan and Mrs. Joslo Morgan were Sunday
guests cf .Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Thayer
Clarence Fcrgu.snn of Burlington preached
it tho L niled Church Sunduy morning.
Master Roger Sargent of Burlington Is
visiting his grandfather. William Sar
gentCharles Dow and family of Char
lotte spent Sunday nt tho homo of n. M,
rucker Harrison Chapman of Bristol
visited his hrother, Frank Chapmnn. Sun
A pleasant reception was given on Mon
day evening hy the young people of
this town to the .Misses Rebecca Hamlin
and Mary Warner. Miss Hamlin has Just
returned from Portland. Me,, where s-e
has been In school the past year, and Miss
arnor has been at tne Plattsburgh Nor
malCornwall Grango will present the
pluy. "The Perplexing Situation," at tho
town hall Thursday evening. A small ad
mission will ho charged and refreshments
served Mls Jessie A. Lane, of Pitts
burg, Pa., arrived on Tuesday for the
summer holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs, C. H. Lane.
Several fropi here attended tho barn
dance ot John Clark's In Waltham Tues
day evening Cards ore out announcing
the marrlago on Saturday evening of
Evelyn Gage, daughter of Mr. and Mrs,
L. M. Gage, to Donald Mead of Mlddle
hury, son of Mr, and Mrs. Georgo Mead,
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. O'Brynn were In
Mlddlehury Friday . evening whero their
son, Ralph O'Brynn, graduated from tho
high school William Beaupre was a
member of tho graduating class ot the
Vergennes High School Frank Wood Is
selling Reason tickets for the Chautauqua
at Vergennes July 1-GMny Tracy hai
reiurnea oomo for the summer inuu n'
school in Now Hnmpshlre.-Tlie members
of the D. A R. chapter wcro entertained
nt tho homo of jjrs. Robert Stow of New
Haven last Thursday afternoon. -Loulso
Ehmcr, Laura and Murray Benedict are
Wlseil Miss Marie Banlia has gone lo
Lake Placid, N. Y., where she has a
position for the summer Mr. and Mrs. L.
F. Llllio havo been In Ashburnham, Mass.,
attending the commencement exercises nf
Cushlng Academy, their daughter, Thol
ma being a member ot the graduating
olnss Mr. and Mr.". Olln Root attended
the funeral of his hrother, Jasper Root,
In Fair Haven Monday afternoon Mr.
and Mrs. Eugene Eddy of Walllngford
wcro calling on friends here .Monday
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Monger accompanied
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Lewis of Shoreham
to Bolton on a visit to their brother,
Burton Monger, returning Saturday M sr
Roso Nlckerson is spending tho week with
relatives In Fair Haven Karl Bessette,
who is a student in tho Burlington high
tichool, and Marion Bessette, who is In tho
high school nt Ticonderogn, N. Y aro
homo for the summer Tncatlnn The
bnnns of marrlago were published at St.
Paul's Church Sunday between Maud
Barron of Orwell and Maurice Carberrv
of New Yorlc
Mrs. Cht'rles P. Holland nnd son, Rich
ard, of Brockton, Man,, are at Mrs.
'Jlamilton's for a few weeks Mr. nnd
Mrs. Bird and Mr. and Mrs. Hunt of
Rutland spent Sunday at C. A! Bump's.
-A. D. and Cora Beach spent Sunday In
AUdlson Mrs. M. A. Thomas spent tho
weel:-eml with her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
O. M. Bump Rollin and Dorris Whitney
are homo from their schools In Massa
chusetts for the summer Tho comtniii
slonors on the Albert Thoma3 estate met
on Monday nt tho home of A. D, Beach.
Miss Imperla Rnndazzo Is visiting nt
tho home of W. H. Dyer for a few days.
-A number of Salisbury Farmers' club
members met with tho Mlddlehury club
nt tho homo of .Mr. and Mrs. C C.
Seeley Tuesday,, Mr. Carrigan, a former
county agent, was present Mr, and Mrs.
F. W. Whitney and MTem Elizabeth
Wliltney aro spending the week visiting
relatives in New York State W. II.
Dyer and daughter. Glaffys, with Miss
Imperla Rnndazzo, Miss Doris Whitney
and Miss Alice Clark of Southbridgo,
Mass., are on a fishing trip in Lewis,
N. Y Mrs. W. H. Dyer and Miss Marlon
are at Frank Whitney's for a few days.
A play, entitled "How the Story Grew,"
will bo given at tho town hall on Frl
day evening. Ico cream and cako will
be served and tho proceds will go for Im
provement of the local churches.
Mr. nnd Mrs, C. J. Sneden visited In
Springfield last weok nnd attended tho
High School commencement, their son,
Mori, being a graduate Mr. and Mra,
C. W. Ward visited .Mr, Ward's sister,
Mrs, R. II, Booth, at Grosso Point last
week Mr. and .Mrs, Ray Moulton of
The graduating exercises of the Essex
Junction High School took place Thursday
evening In tho High School hall. Tho
hall was tilled to oversowing with rela
tives and friends of the graduates. At
eight o'clock tho class of 20 graduates
and post-graduates marched In, led hy
the class marshall, Loomis Slater, who
was preceded hy Miss EIolso Clark, who
carried a basket of diplomas. The basket
was decorated with tho class colors, red
ami white. Then came the graduates,
followed hy tho principal, superintendent
of school and teachers. Tho following
program was given: Music, orchestra;
salutatory with essay, "Industries of tho
United States," Chester Freeman Button,
Jr.; essay, "Tno Immigration Problem
In tho United States," Bernice Wright
Tyler; music, orchestra; essay, "Friend
ship," Paulino Genevieve Davenport;
essay, "The Influence of Music in the
Recent War," Dorothy EdIUi Norton;
music, orchestra; valedictory with essay,
"The Secrets of Success," Dorothy Sib
ley; music, orchestra; awarding of dlplo
mas and the University of Vermont
scholarships, Prin. Kenneth F. Preston;
awarding of tho teacher-training certifi
cates, Supt. Minnie E. Hays; music, cla.su
song. The program was carried out in
i'.n admirable manner. All won mueh
praise from the assembly. After the pro
gram, Prin. Kenneth F. Preston awarded
the diplomas and the scholarships from
tho University of Vctmont. Miss Doro
thy Sibley of this plnco and Chester
Freeman Button, Jr., of Colchcstor re
ceived tho scholarships. Mr. Preston
spoko In commendatory terms of the class
and gave thum many encouraging sugges
tions in shnplnj; character and their
ruturo Intellectual attainments. .Miss
Hays awarded the certificates to tho
membens of the tcacher-tralning class.
Her remarks were esieclally appropriate.
Tho assembly hall was beautifully dec
orated with ferns, roses nnd daisies. Tho
class flower was the American Beauty
Rose. The class motto wns "What We
Do We Do Well."
Sir. and Mrs. Fred Sibley, of Welles
ley, Mass., and their daughter, Mrs. Wal
ter J, Rockwood of Wakefield, Mass.,
camo Thursday with the remains of Mrs-)
T. W. Sibley, mother ot Mr. Sibley. Mrs.
Slhley died Juno 13 as the result of a
shock which she suffered two weeks ago
Tuesday. Mrs. Sibley was bom In Brook
lyn, Me,, 77 years ago In April, Mrs. Sib
ley resided in the village about 20 years,
leaving hero about 12 years ago, when sho
went to Medford, where she hns slnco
resided, Mrs, Sibley mndo many friends
during her residenco here, Tho funeral
service was held Thursday and the burial
whso was attended by her sister,
Joseph Renshaw, as matron oi nonoi.
Kivuit til in... .
Joseph Renshaw as best man. Mr.
.Mrs. is.ing are spenuuiK
ti.m- t u.. trt fctuMft tn Timn
I nun inn. .in,' ..- ' -
i hum; iixui u.
Him nanj ,.ii. v. ..- -
Mass.. is vlsltng at the home of her
ter Mrs. Stanton Williams Mr. and-
imuini ...i-. i.i ... - -
ti.lUI I. IC if .i - r r
II V l 1'IIL lit , V'v.ut. h, . - - - -
nay ii tn". "'n .v...--.,
n.acon has newly roofed his latge
,ir., me i ii.," . .., ..." -'
Church tenement C. M. Bjlngton
commenced tho foundation lor
hotise for his son, Stanley
run in ,,-... .
Wevmouth. Mass., will be given fer
, rt. c .i ni..n.. ot HVirarv nnl
pcili'in i tut in,.
IUIJ i ...I.. -
and Mr. and .Mrs. .-. i. nuuncs are
Ing in Peru and Plattsburgh, N ,
intr the trip by automobile
. r TT.IlAnFnl. nnil C f J1 R
win, who have been visiting her
ents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Boo,
loft for Minneapolis, Minn., Monda
-A 11 tin lllil. itUUN w ! i
cd the week-end at Joseph Boras.
nro onnnil HIT SIMP Illll at tnCir CV1I11
lumg j-oini .ur. ami .hip st.-.t,
mndo a trip to Lake uiuougnny
week, returning on Thursday. Mr.
vni. i.Hrti.' wnn nan nei'ii siit
n f - n in i.- rvT 1 1 rn pi l wi i ii int'
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hazard of
Park snent Sunday with Mr and
Henry s laxiun .ma. i i'-nt --'.
n...in ni, i,fiu nnin snpnnmi7 il it'w t
Willi 1 Ill-It.., .1. .... -.
utnled by her son; Richard, who
.w,n.i t,l v.-imtHnn with Leon Prind
llngton High School Miss Inez Ma
And .Miss Elinor nnd Carl Prlndlo
returned from Colby Academy for
have recently moved into uenrgc
and Mrs. Hall will go to Buffalo
week to attend tho annual meeting o:
Northern Baptist Convention. Thee
nn sitrv pit nr. inn li.iniist i nun u i
pclltr ll(lc IJI'CII iaimiK ititiii.i., ,ivi
A son was uorn juno id to .ur ami
A. A. Randall at the Mary Fletc
hospital H. L. Simons hns resigned
st-no In hA rami v ot In r:r.n Mount i nf nnr itptnn ATr unit Airs h. t" fv
cemetery Friday at three o'clock,
Burlington time. Mrs. Sibley Is survived
by this ono son nnd two grandchildren,
Archer Sibley and Mrs. Rockwood. One
daughter died during their residence
here, about 51 years ago. She nlso leaves
three brothers, who llvo n Mnlno,
B. A. Mills has resigned his position
with tho Atlantic & Pacific Tea company
as manager of their store here and with
his family and Mrs, Mills' mother, Mrs.
Ellen Smith, will leave soon for California,
whero they will locate. They expect to be.
in or near Pasadonaj where Mr. Mills'
sister resides. All will regret their de-.
parture. Mr. Lavalley of ono of the com
pany's store In Burlington will conduct
The picnic, which was to bo held by tho
rln t tt nntli TntrlrU of Mnntrwtuer
tho guest of Miss Annabel! Wiedenbec
A.. C.,n.. . .rl. T1a,a nt T7,,..llnf.
wci uiii.n , ,,i.n u.u.viii vfc .,(,
. . . . . , -. .. l . , .. it
Wilis ine kucsl oi .ur. ami .uisi, n
Simmons over Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
I". 1 1 iivrn nnn nr. itarKpr .inn mu
of Brooklyn. N. Y., are guests of Mr.
from tho Fanny Allen hospital, wh
cord, N. 11., where sho has been ttiB-gu
of Mr. nnd Mrs, A, N Wlnslow for t
i- lcicncr nosmtai ior treatment a
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