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jlTHE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1920.
. . . M . I. II.A nl A f RIVERSIDE re. L. D. Moulton spent Sunday with cream, cake, sandwiches and coffee will be served by the ladles of the Federated Church. The many friends of tho Rov. and Mrs. .1. 8. Allen of Union Village tire glad to welcome them to their homo hero again. The Rov. .1. 8. Allen Is slowly A.t.M i ntirtlncfon The rirls M,n' ' nc kcv. .1. H. .Mien is siowiy dA, B1,c:,J" Jt ',r ' ul1, ',.! r .5 . . Improving from a tcmra attack of pnou- are 10 iiy um mt i . . ... . . . i ...11. 11 AHntri in m t?toi,frtt iu . quinsy, : t uniin inE iifi uii;iiio jut uiii I'uii. iuj Children's Day wll he observed Sunday Foster of Richmond wero recent visitors , Power company, director of the Wclden beforo her companions noticed her. As Miss Mary Chambcrland of tho Unlver of relatives In town. Mr. and Mrs. Kcllcy National Bank nnd president of tho "ho went down tho second tlmo her broth-1 slty of Vermont Is the guest of Miss and daughter of Hlncsburg and Mr. and I Robin Hood Powder company. He wasler, Clyde, saw her and went to her as-, Catherlno Comings over the week-end. Mrs. Frank TW,. f dii,k,-j ,.. I n villnpn trustee nnrl renrernl,l slstnnrn nnrl tvllh tho Vir.li) nf Miss Rich-1 A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs, ni. . ......oiwini. .'cifiuiin-iiiuu "'" ...,..........., j- . ......... . .... . . . . . i visitors Htinri.iv at lm hntnn nf At t ,. nrt'f, ' aii,, no In the General AsnKtnhlv nf ards. brnuirlit lir In shore. -.. II. Coan on i-riaay, June 17. Mr. anil Mrs. Warren Brigham. Mrs. B. F. An- isfl's, serving as chairman of tho commit-, A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Mrs. Vernal Klrlck of Barton recently cirews or underbill Is staying at tho ten on ways and means anil member of.:oia or Milton at tne snerwooti sanuari- i viauen ai mu wuu m .ur, ana airs, home of Mrs. C. N. StygleR during her the cnmmlttee on banks. Ho was actively um June 10. W. B. Freer. ahsonco In Boston. Mr. Monto went to enrrntred In many public enterprises such News has been received of the birth of! ,iUrtBr Henry Conlln. clerk of Tinted i and tnen attended tho Lancaster Junior BaiTo Tuesday evening to sec his wife the St. Albans Hospital nssoclaton, I a son, Juno 19, to Mr. and Mrs. F. B. fjlatcs court, of Burlington, was In Rich- i College, and graduated from that tnstl- earrled white carnations. The bridesmaid was dressed In pink and carried pink car nations. Mr. and Mrs. Stlllman arc now at tho home of U. J, Powers, where they will pass a few weeks beforo returning to South Lancaster. Mrs. Stlllman grad uated from Franklin high school In L114. Sho taught for several years liere In town fiifiifn n M llnvrifti in In nurllnir. "& s. Mrs. unaries uuyeiw is visu- inu uuuuruu, who inivo just arrived irom . Franklin County i'hit Hssociation, etc., rih-ui ui iur, una. " frd last Friday ann Saturday for natural- ' ' 'r mo pasi year sue na .iuut.ii "" "'""" l f-i.-ju i- ir..f i r-.., t 1,' iRn.iln Mrs. Wltll.im Ttiivlnn I . . ... i.i.. h. ,-!.,. .j.. fnrmxrlv Mloa Rarthn .! nmr.fi of this cltv. i... I . 1 tntlirht In Wnrnnulnr. Mi,. 1-m 'i .muMii- nnn nmiiLin ill?. t.... .'un.i.vnn uaitciii:. ..u --...... ..... - - izni.fin ill uii;i.o. inn .uitvtiLiuii n i.p.mv n..- ... ...ILUa, ..... n...i ter, Ruth, and Miss Clarissa- Howo of nnd unflagging Industry to tho aid of much Now has been received of a birth of a Davis, who Is seriously III, does not seem R' c- Longman, of Fairfield, visited at iiuriHiKujii ara vimung at ino nome 01 . t,at made for good in vanous directions, '"n lucsuay morniiin i" ur. "u i-no. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Curtis. The Rev. jn April, Mr. Richardson sustained H. Oordon Sloan of Clovoland, Ohio. Max Kolley will speak at tho Baptist i n shock which for a time left him In a Mrs. Sloan waa formerly Miss Kllzabeth Church next Sunday at the usual hour, crittont condition, but he gradually re- James of this city. nlso In tho evening Mrs. Frank Pease roVf,re,i sufficiently to enjoy many "com-. Assistant Judge F. A. Collins yester Is 111 and a trained nurso Is raring for fortft f " health and moderate activities I rta5' annouced his candidacy for re- ncr. air, huh mm. uoKcy 01 mcnmonri i ,mt within the past few months. October 1 nomination ana re-oicciion. iiir name nro visiting nt the homo of Mr. and Mrs. ! Mr. Richardson married Mmma will bo entered In the Republican prl- S. K. Walker.-MIss Butts of Johnson ; Lrnes' Sou'lo of this city, daughter of marles. 1 was a misincss visitor at .1. r . Krrmctrn , , rinnr.!.., nnd Mary Barnes Soulc. Mrs. A pretty wedding tooK place at ht. i .u " . . morning on nn automobile trln to KVonn Richardson died Juno 13. IMS. They are i Mnry's Church yesterday morning with friends from survived bv two children, Mrs. Frank L. ' o'clock when Mrs. J. Agnes (Rllcy)Brault flis w. Brown. of Oshawa, Oreo.ne. of this city and Kdwln H. Richard. , and William r. Leahy were unuen in . ,, h, h ,; Out,, Is visiting her son. of Boston: by four "andc,..dren, 1 marr a e. . Powen ... ..u ri Th liwl no '"B iriennH in lianiorn, ..uiin. it, n. " ... ' ' Nichols, whn hnn h-f.n Rorlnuslv ill. Is bet- na a lereni orgaiiizaiiuns, wno navo : , .... ecloths or towels, are akcd to return "r.-uaipn wool went Tnumiay oi .ast . .. i. , , ., .'week to Sateman. Oho. on bus ness. A. Ill to llto nan ur LuiiKicKanuniii ... - V . . . . . - . t . , r ,L iNOonon visuefl n s sister, .ura, iru rrn. nriuru mi' mui m. imci. .n.ipiu3 . ... .. . ... . ... odworth and two children, who havo '"o."-. ..." visiting In Richmond, returned Sun- "r. wnu ... -Kdwln Abbott went Wednesday to ,a' Junction, Is at homo for a short hcl. where he will spend the summer. B Y0, a"""u l" the regular meeting of tho O. B. 8., ' . HUNTINGTON CENTER' Rurlc Liberty has returned from his work In Bristol, Conn., to his homo here. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Cleveland are rejoic ing over the birth of a daughter, horn Monday morning. D. V. Hanks, of Stone ham, Mass., visited ot Leon Hanks's and V. R. Sargent's tho past week. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Hill and Mrs. Jerusha Taft attended tho funeral of the Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Newman Shcpard at South Starksboro Monday. Miss Kath ryn Bean Is 111 with measles. Mrs. Levi Liberty Is 111 J. M. Phillips and fam ily visited relatives In Montpeller over Sunday.-W. W. Hlgley and family, of Richmond, visited his brother, A. II. His ley, over Sunday. George Poland, of Wa terbury, visited at Alfred Wright's Saturday. new members were taken In. Tho R. C. and O. H. S. havo been invited Mrs. V. H. Boyd to a strawberry and cream social at her home next Tucs- evening. MILTON Milton Thursday aftcnioori at two ock at the Congregational, Church, the Edward K. Herrlck officiating. Sen- Lodge No. 40, F. and A. M of which Hall was a member, had charge of burial service which was conducted Past Master K. W. Crannell of Bur- tho Knight Templars of St. Albana ... . . .1 majinprv were nreaeni Hi int. i;nnii. burial services. The bearers were. fber Masons and wem Kugeno I. Allen, us j. Komnson. ur. irvins n. oourn, nl flrnw Sunitlnl T. chrovpr nf Mil" and George Allen of St. Albans. There C lllrtliv UCilUllllll iiwini uvniFjiio Arthur and Milton friends. Hiram Hall was born In Milton In 1863. of Frederick and Louisa (Tlllotson) ; 11 and at an early ago cntcrod the continued this life work until he en- life eternal. He left. Vermont about years ago for Canada and made his y an accident was caused by a wash- and his engine rolled down a 10 foot iui rviiini, i. .in. iiiii ii.v.i wu. .uu- showfd great' courage and met death 11 and a rlaticrhter. Mlldrrd. one sister. WILL1STON Tearl Osbornft Is confined to tho house by Illness. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Chap man from Essex Junction were In town calling on friends one day !aM week. Air. and Mrs. Charles Jcnnettc nf Pitts burgh, N. Y visited their children last week, returning to their home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Prior spent two days of last week camping at Mallctls bay. Dennis Kcndrew was In Pittsburgh laft Sunday. Mrs. Agnes Brown and daughter, Rosana, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Murray and daughter, Helen, called on Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Warren recently. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brothers, who have been spending the past winter wltn their children, havo returned to their home- Mr. and Mrs. George R. Whitney and Harlow N. Lamb. Mrs. Hall and h0n Donald, from Burllncton. were cuosts Maine of the Brotherhood of Loco- Bryan. Sundav.-Mrs. Elmer Oshnrn had 1 1 TT" I... - fl. . r.t . .. H.nnl. ... ... . r--r in scnous upcrauon ai uic ranny Alien o came to attend the funeral wore Mr. hospital last week. Mrs. Morton James. fnr1 ,r Watan TToll anrl Mr TTllch !i . . . , ...... . is an coraiortaoie as cauin nc cxmc Cf . nam nnn naiirnirr ni ri . , i rM iit. -nr. Sunday. Mr. Gokey and S. E. Walker were in Rlchford recently on business. HINESBURG to. two spending two weeks in New York State, Miss Dorrio Bradley, who has been at tending high school In Burlington, Is home for the cummer vacation. Nelson Paxton and Lrother from the north part of the State called on Mrs. A. 12. Martin last week. ST. GEORGE Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Hinsdale and Mrs. E. E. Davis of Burlington were at R. E. Forbes recently. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Morgan of Verccnnes visited at Mrs. N. E. Parrher's recently. Scott Parchcr had I The 41th annual commencement of tho St. Albans high school was held at tho City Hall Thursday before a largo assemblage of people. The hall was at tractively decorated with tho class col Mr. aml Mrs. .Innn McDonnIrl of nlshoo'Ont., and Mrs. Edward Rivet of Mon- , chell is home from isortnne a sem nary street celebrated Sunday the SOth annlver- treal. Que., and by two sons. Phil ppc Se- ,for the summer vaca ion.-Tne cowiiion sary of their wedding. Solemn high mass cours of Halifax. N. S.. and Oliver S- of Thomas Brennan. wno wriotu, y 1. was sung at St. Mary's Church y estcrda y cours of Montreal. The. funeral wi 1 be remains unchanged.- rank Hale Is homo . t .?.,, ' T r he.lri in .Montreal Friday morning at St. ' from St. Michael's College for the sum- heifer killed by lightning recently.-1""5- r "'J nM- and the stage was B ,e offlclallnK afl!isted by the Very , Mary's Cathedral Church, the Rev. Ther- men-Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis A Irs. ... . . T!ti1.-A.4 ti'11i flnniAn. n , rpn. rr. V.J . . ' i . . T7..4..i ...111 v... In tUn f a m . I TTn t nrrtn n A rpna m nflll It . Misses Txitltse i,u..r.u ...n. .w.t.i. ....,1 ui...-. v.. .'"'ijiv v " Terra and sun-deacon the ,PM uuiii"6. uuni -n. .. ... ... stage were the Hon. Maon S. Stone, , Rev' Thomas I Henri' ' Mrs Florence I Hy ! 'n Cote do Nelgo csmetery. The Iceland. Gladys and Wilma Shattuck. members of the faculty, school board, Bnstwick presided at the organ and Miss' body will be taken to Montreal Thursday iMrs. N. P. Carey. John Davis and Albert superintendent of schools, the Rev. Ralph j Helen Storms sang Hold'en's "O Salutar- I morning on train No. 17. which leaves Morey were automobile visitors at itch TV. Stoodv. and tho graduating class. Tbe .l .! " . ... I :i, n.-in nVlneU. standard time. The) Cat Falls Sunday.-Mrs. A B. Ross left graduation exercises In Burlington Fri-! J""'lnB Program ww given: Invocation, i nln3 at the home of M d Mr8- Mc . body will be accompanied to Montreal for M ontrea 1 M"d day.-Scott Pareher was in Burlington "l" R"v- a.,1phJ1w- B,2??y- D Donald. Among those from out of town ' by Mrs. George Boulanger and Joseph relatives and friend s for a m"'h;-.Iud- Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Wade nf Burlington wero at A. B. Forbes Sunday. Marie Reynolds of Williston spent the week end with Evalena Pareher. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. North and family attended the. hursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Miles and family of Wiliston visdted at L. .1. Welllnger's Sunday.-Mrs. Walter Osborne and children of Williston spent Sunday at L. .1. Welllnger's. Miss Martha Law rence and friend. Miss Jackson of Bur lington, spent a few days at the Lawrence farm recently. Arthur Auclair was In Burlington Wednesday. Ira Chase and Mrs. Albert Williams were. In Burlington Saturday. Dorothy Williams of Burling ton is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Williams. Robert Forbes of Bur- 11 . - . T T.' WiUra rNntlv Mrs. R. E.' Forbes and son were in Bur-' Atwood; benediction llnntAn Cloulq.' l.u tr.llnn Tl!irn rr. tm,t ti. li hnmr. In Wlllutnn Ra t urrtn V. I 'Cy Orchestra. Byron Hurlhcrt of Lincoln visited at Mrs. Ralph Robinson or Burlington, Gertrude Rood of Essex Junction. Brigham Academy Alumni associa- ti irictMiiii. Ml ii-n.i;rciii!."iLi. ,M i.ti it; Warner of St. Albajis is her In Mr. Oil n jUrilC, l lll.uuui n oini mi is out uu- the reservn officers training corps at mn nnuMTHe nirnin irranrt ni mr. the closing exercises Friday afternoon two o'clock. Mabellc Jones and Rac.hael of St. Albans waj; in town satur- v Mr. and Mrs. Grant Pettce returned New London. Conn., last Friday. n.-, 1 111 ! 1 1. 4Ur, ...nna ntlA George Phelps has an attacK ot Insv. A Fairfax milk carrier's team .1 .. A 1 L...nn n,i l.HH J - tcrriTVinC . .1 .1 . Jn.n rt n I'uuuiv, i-'Mi - and cans, though the runaway enuea a smash-np near k. i. .iien s. (II Pill f fJUttl Ml kJJ i --' i - - - - - sine u wpek in town. Miss Zulll. wno domestic scienco tfacner ncro me ' j M.Ai. nf Mrs. Peter xfft t Atr.hinson Detroit, Mich., arc guests or Mr. ana rs. N. E. Phelps. JERICHO CENTER . iv - ..I KA VIt Tm 1 . e . It.. 1 nm a wrtn TIP G 6CCnc Ol a. ury (nutty " " Hnfrlav Juno 16 when ncr aausnter, i r i. ...no itn itri iii mnrf sen 1 1) aynca Sherman Ncaty. The ceremony n immediate relativps ot nnne ann tm, iinnL irnw nrpttilv docor Dili. lliu (iuil f ' " d. the color scneme oeing wnur ccptlon was held, the hearty congrat ations of the company extended and . ... . i . ,.,aa E.mr.H Thfl iniv reirc& iciiLD wciv c. de was. unui recenuj, i.u.. erk at tho .Tordan-Noaly company store, i i. t Va timlnr n9i(ri nf at comoany They will take an aut Ip ta We.stneld. Mats., ann omer pomus . ... . r . . 1 . . 1 . . . nt V.n-A In tnlu llagc. Miss Burdella Fillon. oi rw tiaven, the guest of Mr. and Mrf. Fred Bald in. Walter Ryder andVtle son are vis ing friends in wassacnuseiis. sirs. n,uz- bo the guest of friends for several ccks. Miss Grace Woodly. of Utlca, N. .. Is tho guest of her frister, Mrs. F. J. l !. I L',..J... ..Pk... nll anrt . . . nAtt V.nc, V.nn h... cnrnM me on account of the Illness of her moth- . . , . , nnj TJ C tin tt- - - .1 nA Um II r ftalrer J - " . . . . . . . . . . r tTrihart wlrharn f Jeffersonvllie. wero guesus aunoay ounui.n. . -- -- r and Mrs. M. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. visltea at ino nomo oi m arry Bates, of Westford. wero over- Richard June 30.-Mr. and Mrs. Walter of Mr. ana .Mrs. i. i. jiDDinun mm """ -- Mary Austin, ofipiace June m uynuon i-""i ' V. 1 , 1 . .... I . u J t f T3,,llnrlr 'ann triTKOii nir.nH.il u.nu ij. 111. u.,' Mrs. Francis Blssonctte goes day to Montreal to meet her brothers and from there they go to Quebec to visit their mother. Mrs. Mabel O. Pierce of HazardvlUe. Conn., Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Pierce. C. J. Strand of North Troy,, a former high school principal, was In town Friday ovenlng to attend the high school graduation. Mrs. Henry Vancor Is 111. W. J. and MIes Clara Stacy ac- companle 1 by Mr. and Mrs Hnrt motored to Montpeller Sunday. Miss Stacy will spend this week with Mr and Mrs. John Hart. Tho Misses Pauline and Bessie Hart returned home with their grandparents to spend the week. They expect to go to Brandon next week to visit their aunt. Mrs. Martin. Mrs. R. A. Harris of Henniker, N. H., visited friends In town the past week. Mrs. Harris was called here to attend tho funeral of Mrs. W W. Bost wlck. Mrs. W. M. Hitchcock and son, Sherman are visiting In Jerjp1 t Mrs. C, H. Bennett Is visiting In Troy, N. Y. Alton Bennett also Is in Troy, where he will spend tho summer vacation. The Misses Mary and Katherhto Devlno of Wlnooskt returned to their homo Saturday after a week with their aunt, Mrs. K. A. Biirdlck. Mrs. R. K. Gray of Rarro Is spending this week with her sister, Mrs. T. J, McKcnzle. Miss Lena Somcrs Is visiting Miss Josephine Poulln In Underbill. Miss Bess H. Weed Is in Johnson attending the closing exercises of the Johnson Normal School. Mr. and Mrs. L. Mi Kenyon spent the week-end with their daughter, Mrs. Fred Ross, In Burlington. Mrs. Mabln Callamer Cronln Is at htr summer home at Long Point, B."H. A. Collamer and family spent the week-end with her. Truman Burrltt re cently purchased the Carlos Ross pro perty. Morgan's orchestra have, been en gaged to furnish music for the dance here this evening. to Improve. Mrs. Moses Bombard Is vis- ' the home nf E. H, Chmberlin Tuesday. Itlng relatives In Boston. Miss Annie El- I The senior and Junior classes of tho kins of Troy visited her sister, Miss Mar- Rlchford high school held a picnic at Jorlo Elklns, over the week-end. Mr. and . Plnecroft, Lake CarmI, Saturday. Mrs. Mrs. Oscar McGregor aro moving to their I Delia Record and daughter, Laura, have( newly purchased home on Troy street. I gone to Hlghgate to visit friends. Mrs. n.mn.. F. D. Gallup Is visiting her daughter. fAIKfAA Mrs. T. H. Greene, at Slmrbury, Conn. E. Crosier Is recovering from mea- ' "ammonri siancu Tuesday Thcro aro other cases in E sister, Mrs. E. J. Franklin County ST. ALBANS Lieut. Richard L. Greene, u. s. A., Mrs. Harris W. Alexander and Stuart H. ' Greene, of this city, and Edwin N. Richardson, nf Boston. Mr. Richardson I nin leave, two brothers, John N. Richardson of Richmond and Lorcn S. Richardson of Concord, N. It. The High School alumni banquet Fri day evening at tho parlors of the Metho dist Church was tho largest attended In several velars. President S. S. Watson George, presided, and gavo a resume of the ovents of the last year. A stringed instrument i trio, composed of H. H. Royce, Roswell M. Austin and M Darwin Greene, enter tainer! with sevenil selections. Mrs. Helen M. Robinson of Boston gave an excellent talk on "Tho Modern World from a Woman's Point of View." Arnold R. Denlson, president of the class ot 1920, spoke on behalf of tho class. A vocal eolo by Mrs. M. D. Armstrong was given, followed by a talk by Robert Ford on Chicago. Mrs. Alice Brewer sang a solo. The following omcers were elected: President, Roswell M. Austin; vlre-prcsldtnts. Miss Gertrudo Beeman and Safford E, Thorpe; secretary, Philip R, Johnson; treasurer. Miss Marlon Beach. Afterward tho gathering went to the City Hall and enjoyed dancing until mldnlgnt. Tho funeral of Edna Mary (Pierce) Greene, wife of tt'. H. H. Greene, who died at her homi on Bishop street Thurs day evening after a long Illness, was held at the house Sunday afternoon at four o'clock. Mrs. Greene was 76 years old having been born In Stanbridge. Que., on October 12, 1S4.1, the daughter of Mary (Dunham) and Curtis Pierce. She was married to Mr. Greene at St. Albans In the house where she died September 13, 1S6,'. Besides her husband, she Is sur vived by three, children, Mrs. James A. Graham of this city, Frederick Eugene Greene of Burlington and Miss Lottie. Pierce Greene of this city. A son, Curtis Orln, died at the are of two years; one sister, Mrs. Caroline H. Perkins of this rity. and three grandchildren, Helen G. and Norman E, Greeno of Burlington and Ml.s.q Edna Graham of this city. tho ceremony. The bridal party entered the church to the strains of the wedding march played by Mrs. Arthur Bostwlck. Tho attendants were Miss Kathryn Athcrton, niece of the bride, and William Carroll, cousin of the groom. The bride wore a blue georgette gown and a black picture hat. Tho bridesmaid wore blue satin and georgette with hat to BAKERSFIELD daughter, Mrs. Clara Irish, and daugh- 1 ter. Freda, of Westford, havo been keep ing house for her during her absence. Commencement at Brigham Academy Mrs. Guy Howard and Mrs. .1. M, Par- J was very well attended this year. Tho sons spent Thursday In Burlington. Miss , ball game between the nlumnl and ths Ruth Butler was In Fletcher Saturday school team resulted In favor of tho alum to attend tho shower given Miss Pauline I nl with a score of 13 to 11, Professor and Robinson In honor of her approaching Mrs. Morrill are attending commencemont . . . TMV t tl.nnn.1.1 ... .. ... . . .. ,. uv,iii rnunU marriage to nmici .oiii u, , m .lonnson mis weeK. airs, j'amciia "llZ'trf, h6and Tther Canadian -Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Tetty and Miss Lll- ri, and two rhlIdrcn haVc returned Snt, On ffi Utam the- wm reside '"-n Petty of Westford were guests of from Bheldon whero thoy vls!ted Mlsfl n Pt;,?r,M 'Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Shepardson June an..ola Keith.-Mrs. J. S. Barr visited In AnL nt hr. Inrreasn In tho salary ' -Mrs.' William rfford Is confined to the Greensboro last weck.-Mr. Fred Pot- As a result of the Increase In the salary lness.-Mrs. Frank Allen of ,,p w Rlster nt Johnson last hnT. t ?rr:i,,P"yH,cu.,v in se.'-x Junction spent the week-end , with , Sunday.-Dr. Landon Abernethy is 1,1.- curing teachers for next year. All but her sister, Mrs. C. C. Alfred.-C. S, How- Rchard and Pierce Smith have gone to nn t.:w,w h, Ri.rner1 n contract for an-, nrn '' V. -M i"u leuury. wnero tho latter expect to " ' " 'n- - :nrA flnrtrfin 4V.A1 T. flnfl Al T. I H ft. Hrntrn. pnm." 1,11 . ' " " remain lor me "." - u iiiniiinr aii Hf imn n cnn. i MhAK Mr .iMintf. ft. nrown. Com- " " . T. 7" LI . ' inuaiii iui auiimier.-.uiusier ivn ninrrlnl f rnehpr 111 thr hlTh school, will , " J B V "f V",". 1 " ?! " Maynart Is quite Ul.-The Hon. H. ". " .. . .. R. Bnisn, in L,iiueion, 1-1. n. .n. not return nm jw No teacher has yet bm Knff has received word of the death uicn nanisi. . . i,n Kt-nihrr'si ir r. Mrs. James H Mrs. t- .. i. .. M.tvj .. nn..l,lnn In T?Vinr1n ,in.i. 1 .,l.n. nm.lSOn, Of sitLiin. IVIlll .u IIIUniK 11. oo., menclng July I all the Janitors of the schools have signed contracts to remain another year. A d-iughter, Anna Palmer, was born June 22 to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Garey. News has been received of tho birth of a son, Robert Warren, to Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Greene. Mrs. Greene was formerly Miss Clara Hlgglns of this city. According to a report submitted by C. S, Sumner, chairman of the recent Salvation Army drive for home service funds. St. Albans has subscribed 5W1.74. The quota of this city was originally placed at J2.000 but was said to have been set too high through an error. The condition of Miss Marlon neacn Cambridge. Junction. Mrs. Mit chell and daughters, Pearl and Helen, ex pect to leave this week for their home hi Saranac, N. Y. SHELDON F. Brigham was In St. Albans on busi ness Tuesday. The Ladles' Union met with Mrs. R. F. Brigham Wednesday aft frnoon. Tbe Rev. Mr. Reld arrived In town last Friday and Is boarding at Reu ben Ovltt's. Mrs. John Cooke ot SU Al bans visited at C B. Weston's last week. Miss Grace tt'eston returned horn, with her for a week's visit. Harry Wos Miss Ella P. Morse of Clay Center, ton has gone to Fairfax, wnero ho hant Kan., and Mr. and Mts. Clyde Morse of ' employment with Mr. Shedd through th this place spent Wednesday In Bakers- summer. Forty-hour devotions are bcirur fleld. Mrs. R. J. Chrystle and son. Rich- held at St. George's Church this week. ard, of Maplevllle, R. I., arc at the home , There will be union services at tho Metre of Mrs. Chrystle's mother, Mrs. M. ,0dlst Church next Sunday evening. Tho Holmes. Several from this place attend- nnv. Mr. Reid, of the Congregational od commencement at Brigham Academy, church, will b the preacher. Miss Glen- Mrs. .1. O. Kimball of Bnosburg Falls ' na. Reed, of Enosburg Falls, visited her spent Sunday wltn nor parents, .Mr. ana ; mothor last Sunday. Miss Mable Gid- Mrs. A. M. Trurleau. G. P. Tallin and family of St. Albans were callers in who underwent an operation at the. St. , town Sunday.-Mr. and Mrs. Harold AlhnnR hoRnltal Tuesdav. Is favorable. i Marsh, Mrs. I'nno nammonu ami .uibh Mrs. E. H. Royce, who was operated upon at th Marvin sanitarium a few weeks ago, returned to her home much Im proved In health. Sarah Bonneville Secours. aged 66. died at tho homo of her daughter, Mrs. Louis Secours of the Bronson road Wednes day morning at four o'clock. Sho Is sur vived hesides.her husband bv thrco daugh ters. Mrs. Gilbert Boulanger of St. Albans Monahan and Carl Pomeroy of St. Al- inwn Mrs. Ilnmer im re or Cornwall. . bans visiter! in town unaay. wc mu Mary Marsh are spending a few days with friends in Kccne and Manchester, N. H. Children's Day exercises will be held at the Methodist Episcopal Church next Sunday at 10:30 a. m. EAST FAIRFIELD Mlfcs Florence L. Pomeroy of SL Al bans Is nasslng a vacation In town. Max Bonneville ENOSBURG FALLS ni me .ueinonisi. r.pi.irnpiii nurr.u; ,. . r n t tvi "ValSC'''?i Vcesy' "'K"1-)"'1 or(c.1;ts': (wards of Maiden. Mass.. Mrs. Ann B essay. "China Past and Present." Miss powers nf Prov)dcncc j, I.. Mrs. Wll. iiornmy ... npear; rs-say. .wcray in .., MpKnIl-w nf pairflalri Anna Mctlnn. I t n from a visit of several weeks in Boston Jlrs. Ed. Keith nf Pittsfleld and Miss Mln- arid Hartford. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. N. Inet McDonald of Middlebury. Ho is S7 p. Ladd of Rlchford and Mr. and Mrs nmes ui i-act-. ... ad and T. B. Keith of Pittsford Mills. nvpr nrp. rinn;,i unsn. 11 . i .v,i pn I. nr. chestra; address, Lleut-Gov. Mason S. son Bassett is moving into the house re ccntly vacated by J. McDanlels, who has ! moved to Jeffersonvllie. Miss Dorothea .jo ....i... t Patten has returned to her home in R. Brown returned Saturday' ... ,0 ih ,M)l. hnn, of Dr. A. D. Patten. Stone; selection. "The Strollers," orches- and his wife SS. They have lived hcre'john Powell of Los Angeles. Cal., were Of their children, three arc , ciiests Sunday of W. B. Ladd. Mr. Powell was formerly for many years a resident of Rlchford. C. F. Rawson has been appointed assistant town clerk-. tra; awarding of prizes. Supt. George S. in ..,. Wright: presentation of diplomas, J, O. . f,urVivjng, Winifred, Walter, and Teresa, Finn, chairman of the school board; I .. ..-.L.i.j awarding of scholarships. H. B. DIckin- . . . At . V. . annual m.etlnw nt 13 r-1 1 , ! , nan t.,..... .. . x- ter. D. A. R.. the fol ow ne offlcers were ' Mrs. C. S. Pomeroy and daughter, Hot .uimrtu .-.KUiicy, iliusiu uy i.nt.. ',,......,. .. . T- . . . . ' .1 tir..Kln.lnn n I- nrrlvori Mnn. thr- Ufv Mr Stnndv "aLra; nrk'ini, mra, j. 11. nunict vice- . . . mnrr.li "Vntinriai Kmhinm iv. K Rat?. rcKcni, .urs. u. i'. narKer; secreiary, 1 l -r The class roll was: Hen- 4llrsi a- i nomas; ircasurer, .niss eu- n- Morris Allen, Marion L. Beach, Mil- . ta" , xinrn; regisirar, .Mrs. tu. 11. rtrr-ri Tinth Hmn-pr. .tnhn it. RHchnm. I Lewis; historian. Mrs. C. S. tt'arncr; G. F. Pect's recently.-Robert Rowley or n,,i.i unr. tnhn. chaplain. Mrs. tt'. S. Bailey: board of In tho home of C. H. Abe! Burlington Is visiting his uncle. R. H. ,,, n', K''J r-,hiit , 1 management, Mrs. Rublcc. Mrs. Thomas. Sunday school convention .lanes Chvnnweth. Ann.-. Relle Porriiran. Mrs- Lewis, Mrs. O. N. Kclton. Mrs. C. Margarita Cota, Pearl Mildred Curry. A. Bostwlck, Miss I. Eeona Chamberlain Arnold Reed Dcnlson, Charlotte Ruth rfna A,rs- " "arner, cnairman or me Donovan. Beatrice Mav Driver. C.corgc entertainment committee, Mrs. tt'. A. Mc Harvey Ellas. Ruth Helen Fltzgereld, . !ennan; chairman of tho program corn Clara Elizabeth Flinn, Laura Lucille Ful- i mitteo, Mrs. T. D. Miller, ler. Gordon Fairbanks nilmore. M. Lor- Tlle commencement week program of etta Jennines. Svlvnnta V. Lamb. Isabella . "lc hl- Albans Mlgll tscnool ended bat- North. John Leonard has gone to Kansas visiting. Nora and Clark Hinsdale at tended the wedding of Pauline. Preston in Burlington tt'edncsday evening. Arthur Demag visited at Wendel .Midair's in Shelburnc Sunday. Earl Plllsbury is home for tho summer vacation from Bur lington, where, he has completed the sophomore and part of the W0 Frances MrGovcrn, Edward Joseph urday afternoon with the. annual senior 111 inc nuriiiiiuii ui,ii mn.-( jcj irene y rerron T Eleanor Re- ciass nae ana oanquei wnicn was nein of the towns people were in Hinesburg , R'uth M Reynolds,' Herman Joseph at Hotel ChampUIn, Maquam. A banquet Friday evening for the commencement ncnar(ii Edwaril T nyan M1Idrcd Em was served at the hotel followed by danc- excrcises. Tho Misses Nora and Lur y SMl Dorothy C. Spear. Hiram Ed- at the pavllton. The dining room was mnsuaie were iiieuiuuiB . uic m" i .... TTntnn Rlinert Ti Vnllev Atnrlnn IT all riiciiveiy uecoraieu wiin me class coi- inose present, wno were not mem- f the graduating class were Miss u..... .in iseairice &coit 01 wouooro. m.. aiiss and Mrs. R. H. North, Miss Mary ann . . . . f th Mpthn. Winona Shattuck. former members of the Harry and Chester North were in Bur-1., ,...,..., church followed hv a. faculty. Miss Taylor and Miss Aldrlch Hinsdale were memncrs f "e Kra"ua"' f. , gene Upton. Rupert R. Valley. Marlon H. attract! class.-Tohn Leonard went to Kansas Cit wit(,r, At the COIlcIusion of the program ors. T Monday. He has been with his niece. Mrs. f,ancnR was PnJoyed until 12 o'clock. ot Frank Hinsdale, for several years.-Mr. - Th,R fV,nmir ,h(1 alumn, banquet w, Beatrlc lington Friday for commencement. Miss . . .... . s,turJav and Prin. and Mrs. H. B. Dickinson. oon the program will close with "enry. uiuan or rainax, wno was m- jiirea in an automomie accident June 13 Dorothy Williams came Thursday cvc-l ' nlng irom wurnngxon, wncrc nun ))l( caSB r)f,c tended junior nign scnooi me ii Earl Ayer was over on the Islands sev eral days on business last week. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Hinsdale. Mrs. Elmer Davis, Mr. and Mrs. William Preston of Bur lington and Mrs. Walter Wcscott of Essex Center were in town Friday evening for the commencement exercises In Hincs-burg. MILTON BORO Miss Agnes Llnehan of Derby Corner is at the. homo of her sister, Mrs. P.. E unday visitors " ' " ' ....... r- i. 'and Russell McNall and C. lorrisvii.c. ,s J' nt .he home of R. E. Bullock Sat ntt miinn i.ajnn. wno nan ucii in i - - ... . . The name of Rolfo Russell was in advertently omitted In the account of the grammar school graduation exer cises at tho City Hall Wednesday June 16. His part of the program con slsted of an essay, "Pershing and Lafayette." William Seymour Rublee. of Berkshire Thursday announced his Intention of entering his name in the Republican primaries for tho nomination to the office and who ha.s been receiving treatment at the St. Albans hospital, has returned home. Cards have been received announcing the marriage of Edward J. Stack and Kathleen Wallace, both of New York city. Mr. Stack was a former resident of this city. , Mrs. H. P. Burns and sons, Robert and James, have gone to Bangor, Me., where they will make their home In the future. altimnre forsevcral months, returned omo Bunuay. WESTFORD Wtsson Macombor and family have re- . . .1 l.l.l. ...U . . 1. . . . hqna rnn. irfini rv.iii,.,.i 1,11. wiiclb uicj it-, ecn living mo past yrar. a auu, uamui tcvens, was born In Mr. and Mrs. O. H. ackson June 15 W. W. Kimball nas ought the house at Esbex Junction forrn- rly occupied by George Allen and tno Irs. G. M. .Nelson visited .Mr. .nelsons arents in Barnct recently. Mrs. Jennlo . . n,..li..t.. . . .1 ,t. tH.. ii. . r i t ...... . . 1 I V ome for the summer. Armond Osgood iut sold his farm to i famllv from Stowe. . . i ..U . . 1 ...1. . 1 TV. a fleuen ltnel nnrl T.llllnn rlnhninr, at their homo for tho summer vaca- lon. ESSEX CENTER Mrs. May Loavitt of Massachusetts Is CloOn rcwr to i.uiiitiivw in inu iiwmoo i.j Inest. Mrs. C. H. Weed went to Lyndon- He last weeK id aiienu lllti grauuniion . i. . . n faraln MK llfnrtnn nenn i .v.A Vili.li nehnnl nnrl rptllrnprl In her iomo In North Pownal. Miss Elizabeth resent. Miss Dorothy Nash, the domestic cience teacher, went to her homo In . r. 1 . . iir.t..... ir,,,,. or a few days. Mrs. Stevens and daugh er of Miller's Falls, Mass.. aro visiting r.. A. Holley's. A lawn social will bo . jt ttii .,..nlnt nn tViA lnm nt the eiU F llUttjr r.,,...a w.. . omraunlty Houte, Btrawocrnes ana urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn were in this place Sunday. Miss Bertha Richards is at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Richards. Doris Mills Is at home for her school at St. Albans.-M!nnlc Dukes spent a few days last week as tho guest of Emogcnc Wood. . AT- Tt.ienn Uan hnnn In Rjn... 1 nf n.ikl..! 1,,H A..lo.... T.,.1.. C V ' ' " "....o"l -.. "V.'.' , . j i'. 'weeks, where ho has a position as auditor Mrs. Wilbur Meigs, who recently under went an operation at the St. Albans hos, pltal, has returned home. Miss Ellen Farrell of Swanton has re-1 turned homo from the St. .Albans hos-' Shangraw and daughter of Rlchford aro visiting in the. home of Mrs. Frank Lrwin. j O. L. Leach of Philadelphia Is a guest In tho home of C. H. Abell. The county will be held in Rlchford Thursday, June 24. Miss Hilda Isham is visiting friends in, Lebanon. N. H. Miss Marjorie Phelps of Newport visited Miss Hilda Isham a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Sayles of Hermon. N. Y., visited Mrs. Sayles' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Sayles, the latter par of last week. Miss Winnie Orr went Saturday to New port, where she will visit In the home of her sister, Mrs. Philo Stanley. A. S. Hendricks of Franklin has bought the Maple Park sanitarium of Mr. Jennings of Haverhill, Mass. Mr. Jennings, who has been In town for a few days, re turned to Haverhill Saturday. He was accompanied by Mrs. D. C. Cushman and Miss Madge Cushman, who will visit Mrs. Cushman's son, E. D. Cushman. Miss Laura Towle is visiting friends In Jeffersonvllie, Hardwlck and Morrlsville. William J. Maynard and son, Rollin, or Sanford, Me., aro visiting in the home of Leo Poissant. Charles Barber and daughters, Henrietta and Helen, and Joseph Erwln of WinooskI, were Sunday visitors In town. Mrs. C. tt'hltney re turned Monday from several weeks' visit in NeW York, accompanied by her little grandson, Olln Merrill David, and by Miss Louise Kimball, who will visit her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kimball. Mrs. Adolph Stllllngs of Nashua. N. H., is vis Itlng relatives In town. has declared that he would be a candidate for another term Mr. Rublee represented his town In the 1DP5 Legislature nnd has been a school director for many years Mrs. W. H. II. Greeno of Bishop street died Thursday evening at 7:S0 o'clock, after a several weeks' illnebs. She Is survlded by three children, Fred Greeno of Burlington, Mrs. James H. Graham ENOSBURG . Mts. M. S. Woodward was called to Montreal Monday by the Illness of her sister, Mrs. McDonald. Mrs. John La Bare from Rlchford Is-spending the week at F..M. Wright's. Miss Florence Ha&el tine from Bakcrsfield is helping Mrs. C. R. Leach for some time. Dorothy May nard spent several days at the home of her grandfather. F. M. Wright, the first of the week. GEORGIA tt"ord has been received of the mar riage, of Miss Frances Harris In Denver. Colo., to Orson Reynolds of Hana. Wya. Mr. and Mrs, Reynolds will reside In Hana, tt'yo., where Mr. Reynolds owns several large ranches. Both young peo ple were former residents here. The Misses Ruth Moore nnd Laura Wilber of Burlington were week-end guests of Mrs F. H. tt'ilber. Miss Marguerite Bliss of Burlington Is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Bliss. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Conger June :0. Miss Ellen Jeffrey of Montpeller Is spending some time with tret; brother, the Rev. J. M. Jeffrey. Miss Bertha New ton was a recent visitor In Montreal. Leland Patton of Rlchford is visitingUils sister, Mrs. tt'ard Tost. Harvey Sunder land of the University nf Vermont and his guest, Moreland Perkins of St. Albans, were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sunderland. Sabln Abell Is 111 with tho measles. Mrs. Amanda Do Brune has returned to her home in Greentiboro, accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Annaliza Rattca. Miss Dora Fenton has gone to her home in Castleton after spending the school year with the Rev. and Mrs. E. I. Nye. Tho regular meet ing of Banner Grange was held Juno 18. At this time a class of candidates received the third and fourth degrees. Rofresh- dings, of Cambridge, is visiting frienda In town. HIGHGATE CENTER Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Stock well ant daughter, Marion, are in camp at "Th Cedars" at Highgatc Springs. Miss Nellie Sargent of Piqua, Ohio, Is th guest of her sister, Mrs. Homer Corliss. Prof. Raymond Anderson spent Wed nesday in Burlington Mrs. M. II. Shel- tus and two children of Swanton ara guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Shcltus of Canada street. Miss Lena Cutler is in. Bakersfield visiting her cousin, Mra. Fanny Hall. Miss Helen Dlmon left Tuesday morning for Springfield. Mass., where she will visit relatives for two weeks. W. A. Thlbodeau and family of Boston. Mas., who have been visiting Mr. Thlbodeau'H parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Thlbodeau. left Tuesday morning by auto mobile for their home, making the trip by tho ttlilto mountains. Max Bergeron. who has been ill the past two weens, is convalercing. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Rtx ford and Mr. and Mrs. O. A Rixford, ac companied hy Miss Ruth Hellion of St. Albans, are. on an extended automobtM trip to Troy and down the Hudson to New York city. Deputy Collector of cur toms L. D. Seward, with Mrs. Seward and daughter, Marylyn, spent the week end in town with Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Seward of Caiiada street. M. II. Scriver of Champlain, N. Y., was a recent visi tor In town. EAST BERKSHIRE A shower was given Mfcs Hallle Dwyer at tho parsonage Friday evening by the girls of tho corner cla.'s. The, eveninp was spent very pleasantly with musical selections, followed by the. presentation of sifts, which were arranged in a larga pie covered with yellow crepe paper with streamers of yellow and black ribbon com ing from the center of the pio to the edge of the table. Miss Dwyer in a neat little speech thanked the girls for their gifts. Dainty refreshments of ice cream ami cake were served. Mr. and Mrs. Georga Stevens visited the. Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Pterson of North Craftsbury recently. Mr. and Mrs. I D. McKinnon of Sher brooko were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Ltt. R. Price recently. Sunday was ob served as Children's Day at the Congre gational Church. A fine program was given by the children and young people. Five children were, baptized, two of them at a privato-baptlsm beforo the morning service. Mr. and Mrs. lfred Sykes vis ited the Baptist Sunday school at Mont gomery Center last Sunday. Mr. Rub lee and Mr. Cassidy of Berkshire Center and Mrs. Pratt of Montgomery visited the. Congregational Sunday school here last Sunday. Miss Alice Button of St. Albans passed Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Button. Mrs. F. S. Hutchinson has returned to Glens Fal)s, N. Y after passing a week here. Mra. Hutchinson and mother. Mrs. Daniel Moren, will pass the summer with Mr. and Mrs. George Rugg of Glens Falls. Mrs. E. L. Washburn, who passed trte winter in Florida, has returned home. Earl Moffatt of Brattleboro passed the week-end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. fV K. Mnffatt Mrs. RavnulnH TTnwlev f WEST ENOSBURG pltal, where she recently underwent an operation. The annual commencement exercises of St. Mary's school were held at the City Hall Monday evening. An excellent and . ...,. variea pruKTum wao iv--n. me memners . . t.,v, .j nhllriren ti-hn hnvn nlnorwlng u;eA f the tt!"dU'Un' l" Ma,7 I1"' pas;edTVeuahysa"n thTce'murnld 7iZX JJ'll . L ".n. with Mrs. Marsh.-C,yde OvHt of and Miss Lettlo Oreene of this city. Ahira Steele ItichardKon at one time one vared program was given. The members oi tne loremosi nu and Franklin county of a successful business career t JERICHO he a IIIC lit. Mrs. C. N. Stygles has gone 10 eusion G noon so Cutl ttcin .November 10. 1M7 He was educated v y Tho Rev. J Mrs. Annette Chamberlain has gone to Worcester. Mass., to spend some timo 'with her son, Howard Chamberlain. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Green and son, Haroid, I visited at tho home of Harry Kidder Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Betters ot Enosburg Center and Mr. and Mrs. Stan ley Marsh and sons, Stanley and John, of Barrc visited at the homo of Mrs. Better's mother, Mrs. E, L. Stanton, Sun, ments were served. District Deputy Montana, who Is passing tho summer in j tt'rlg'ht and wife ot St. Albans Bay wero Rlchford, visited her mother, Mrs, S. P. . T.1 T rAID IIJ nll.. ...Ill , n..lni, Ino. n.A.1- 111.. 1.11. A T I. j juccem. IIIC Ladies' Aid society will Perloy, last week. Miss Welch of Berk- ?ZT soon" Mr' and the graduaMn; exercTses of her daugh ,f isoann'dS 'ter. ClaYa, at the Conservatory, of Mush,. Mrs. Russell or New YorK is vimuiih at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Kreni- ctl.-MIss May Adrian attenaea tne ,tinn. Terr-ls at Undcrhlll Center Fri day cvenlng.-Mr. McKenzIo haw arrived In town with his nnne, canRruiui"".." They are boarding at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Howe.-Mrs. Ella Barney and son, Lyle, who havo been visiting at tho borne of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Barn ey tho past few days, returned to their homo In Rlchford Monday.-A surprlso party was given Miss Bessie Whlttemoro in honor of her ninth birthday Tuesday. There were 13 friends present. Tho aft ernoon was spent In playing games after which lunch wan served. Miss Bcsslo was presented with many useful presents. Mrs. Edna Teachout and sons, Harry, Tracy and Donald, and daughter, Mary of Williston, wero Sunday visitors at Iho home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Harney. n, uiru in uus cuy nunuay oi crrenrai rnph anrl , Marv VhIIoa nn.. . morrhages. The funeral was held at . wlclt. orchcatra furnished mns.e. ' ?f ms V.h v,n t ui.. ,....!.. t. t i ... . i.Mr. ana -urs. wemci i i V am i Vi.l A prctty wertrtlns took Place at St. BUrnY visited at the home of Joseph Gar- e, on rairnem siieot Tucstiay liner- i-hnreh Tuesdav at 2:30 o'clock, Al.lra Steele Richard- ' ' ,1 TsWeenev. H.V.-hVr " rett Sunday.-ueorgo - n. the son of Ellsha Benton and Betsey lT m" KrVward Sweene v n ' ZW l10 ZceK V. ",UrV"T er intiiiiriijiuii, was Hum in w bub- l heenmn thn lir do Of Stacv Davla nf tltl. J Boyle per- man and daughter, Madge, are visiting at tho homo of Mrs Cushman's son, E. There wero no -,D Cushman, In Havcrill. Mass. Mrs. Lll- nome, oi wr, unu .nm. - -- - ,', , . ------- -- Fred Stevens has sold his farm to Elmer 1 his health, Mr. Richardson closed out his Blcknell. Consideration 19,000, possession Interest In Boston and came to St. Albans given July 1. Mrs. Carrlo Jackson of j to make his home In May, 1RSS, Here ho Underhlll has been visiting at the home ' gradually resumed business activities, of Mr. and Mrs. Hunt Montague-Miss j however, and with G, P.TwIgg rstab Mildred Buxton of Richmond Is visiting i ll.sheil the successful dry "goods stnro of at tho home of her grandmother, Mrs. Richardson, Twlgg & Co,, now William Abblc Foster. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Story Doolln & Co,, was vice-president of tho and daughter from tt'estford wero Sun- Franklin County Creamery atsoclaton, dav visitors at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs, president of tho Fletcher Granto Works, J Walter PotUngUI. Mr. and Mrs. Fred j director of St. Albans Electric Light & in the common schools of his native town formed tho ceremony. ann came in ht. Ainnns i n iw wnere neilttcndantSt Thc ushers were Raymond JT.. T Sylvester Is in Vergennes to attend rim i . u i . Maun and Herman oweeney. Mrs- c. A. ithn commencement exercises at thc high as clerk In his clothing store. Three Bostwlck presided at the organ and Qer- oolvhere her nephew, Walter Chaf- years later Mr. Richardson went to Bos-al(1 Swceney. brother of tho bride, sang , I , eraduate ton to the service of John O. Smith & n B0;0i -Ave Maria," during the cere- ' graau.ni.. Co.. ono nf thn large wholesale clothing ! mony. T.he brido was attired in a blue, RICHFORD firms of that early period In tho develop-j (flffcta gown and wore a black malln mcnt of tho rcady-niiide clothing trade. ,at. She carried a bouquet of bridal roses. ! Prin. H. N. Hanson visited friends In For a little while Mr. Richardson was Among those present from out of town I Plalnsficld over the week-end. Orsa Saf traveling talesman for this house, then to attend the wedding were Mrs. Cella ford of Rutland visited at tlje homo of was given responsible employment In thn j,ow 0f jtonio, N. Y,, and Miss Sadie 'Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Powell during tho he.idiiuarters nnd shortly thereafter wasltswenf.y of Cliateaugay. ." y. A wedding I Past week. Mrs. HnrryClark and son, taken Into tho llrm. Largely through his ; breakfast was served at the home of the I Robert, are visiting among relatives In capacity and activity thc business greWhrlde, following the ceremony, to the St. Johnsbury. Mrs. Harry BIIbs Sayles, under successive reorganizations until as immediate relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Davis who has been visiting among relatives Smith, Richardson & Bates it was ono of wm rcsde in Utlca, N. Y. Iand friends in this placo for tho past few tho best known wholesale clothing houses In the East. Owing to a breakdown In A drowning accident ua averted Sun- , weeks, has returned to her homo in duy afternoon at St. Albans Ray when Somervillc, Mass.-Mr.-and Mrs, tt'. B. Miss Mabln Blake was rescued by her Locklln went to Mlddlcbury Friday to at- brother, Clydo, niirr sue nad gonn clown tend tho college commenccmcm. men twice. The ncciiicni nccurred while Miss Bluke, two brothers, Arthur and Clydo nf St. Albans Point, Archie Ryn of Mil- ton and Miss rem m n.inis or this city were In bathing at Hatliaway's Point fronting the F. B. Morton furm. Miss Bloke went nut Into the lake further than the others, stepped nff a btono into deep water and not being able to swim sank daughter, Pauline, and son, Philip, being members of the granuauns cias.-uuvm Coburn of Lyme, N. II., Is visiting in this place, whero he formerly resided. George W. Clark of Morrlsville was In town tho past week and sold to James Prue the George Robson placo on tho Rlchford Center road. Consideration 11,600. meet with Mrs. SI. O. Bragg to-day. Children's Day exercises will be held at tho Methodist Episcopal Church Sunday evening. MONTGOMERY CENTER N. B. Williams, of North Craftsbury. was a recent caller at tt', J. Wright's. Mr and Mrs. R. H. Royce and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, of Johnson, were In town Sunday, Children's day will be observed Sunday at the Baptist Church. Mrs. C. H. Hopkins, of South Omaha, Neb., is vis Itlng hor parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rowley. The Independent Order of For esters are going to have an old time Fourth of July celebration Saturday, July 3. The Johnson band and baseball team will bo here. One of Uie best celebrations had In these parts Tor years Is being ar ranged for. Miss Mary L. Gates, a teach er In St. Augustine's School, Raleigh, N. C Is home for the summer. Fifteen or more past master Masons of Lincoln Lodge, Enosburg Falls, enjoyed a ban quet at tho Montgomery Inn Tuesday eve ning. Trln Centerbar has bold his house to Mrs. Georgo Foster. EAST FRANKLIN Floyd Stanhopo Stlllman. of South Lan caster, Mass.,( and Miss Elnora Florence Powers, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. .1. Powersof this place, were married Tuesday evening. June 13, In Seventh Day Adventlst Church, at South Lan caster, The coremony was performed by Hlder Prenler, pastor of the church, The bride was attended by Miss Ruth Mel lecn of South Lancaster and the groom hud as his best man tho bride's brother, Myron Powers. The church had been at tractively trimmed by friends of tho couple, with evergreens, potted plants, and the ceremony was performed under neath an arch of laurel. Following tho ceremony a rccptlon was held at tho homo of Mrs. Emily Stlllman. the groom's moth er. The brido was gowned In a dress of white radium ellk, hand embroidered, and shire, who has recently returned from Siberia, will speak Sunday evening at t'h Congregational Church. Grand Isle County GRAND ISLE Warren Donaldson and Lucy Stoat both of this placo wero manried at North Hero Juno 16, the Rev. G. A. Emery officiating. George Rousseau expects to open a garago in tho shot owned by John tt'anner. Mrs. Luclna Emocson of Burlington Is spending soveral days with her cousin, Mrs. H. Q. McGowan and other friends. Tho lights aro now fully Installed In the church. Tho lecture by Dr. Spencer Tuesday evening was much enjoyed by all who heard him. ALBURG "In tho Heart of Maryland," the East, crn Star play, which was ropated last week Thursday night, proved Its worth by tilling Flynn's hall for tho second time. The cast which put on tho play here will give the same performance at St. Albana Bay Thursday night and at Hlghgate Center Friday night.. At both places they appear for the benefit of local or ganlzatlons. May Boteford of Islo La Motte, who gave two readings, added much to the evening's entertainment. Merrill Dean of Yakima, Wash., Is visit ing relatives here, Thc family of E. N. Goodsell has gone to Cumberland Head near Pittsburgh for tho summer. Mr. Goodsell has chareo of the ferry boat Cumberland, which runs between Grand Islo and Cumberland Head. Thc steamer Venus which is to be operated In tho ferry business at Rouses Point, Is being remodeled at Cumberland Head nnd will be put Into commission soon, The monthly communication of Columbia (Continued on vase 19k -J.