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THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1920.
bury Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. J.
Beard. Tiio many frlendn of Miss Ina
Wc.stover met at tho homo of her parents,
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. It. Wcstovor, Monday
evening and cave her a surprise. Ice
cream and wafers and toasted marehtnal
lows were served.
Miss Anna Coughlln left .Saturday for
her homo In Barnard after several clays
here. Mrs. Tamar Angell, who has been
at Waterbury for boveral yearn, died latt
weak and her remains will be brought
hero for burial beside other relatives.
Mrs. Angell la survived by one daughter,
' Miss Hattle Angell of Brattleboro, and
: many relatives here. Mrs. George Emery
I went to South Royalton Saturday. Miss
1 Edna Moore left for Hancock Saturday
to remain over Sunday with her sister
Ml husband, Mr. and Mrs. Claude. Fair.
Mrs. Jacobs of this placo left Saturday
for Leominster, Mess., to pawi torn time
with friends. Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Wll
son have been entertaining Mrs.- Wilson's
oncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Cralgln of
Worcester, Mass., who left Saturday for
their home. Mrs. William Tyler returned
Saturday from Northfield, where she went
to attend the wedding reception of Mr.
and Mrs. Harold Edwards. Mrs. George
Hatch went to Pittsfield Saturday to at
tend a reunion of the Parmenter family.
The Rev. and Mrs. Joseph Hamilton
have shipped their household goods to
White River Junction and gone lo make
their residence -there. Mr, and Mrs. F. A.
Salisbury have purchased a building lot
' on the Rowell addition at the corner of
Brook and Chestnut street of the letter's
stater, Mtss Myrtle Rowell. Miss Mabel
1 Ntrm, a former teacher here in the high
school, who has been taking a eouree In
Chicago University, has come to paas
two weeks with Mlts Mary DuBols.
Thomas Chlnn of Lowell, Mass., hatf been
passing a few days with his wife here
at the O. W. Mann farm, where sle Is
keeping house for her father, Prank Her
rick. The Rev. Fraser Metzger ad
dressed the graduating class at the
Lowell High School last week.
A quiet and very pretty wedding
took place at the Bralntree Branch
Church Sunday morning at nine
o'clock, when Ernest Wlnslow Austin
and Miss Mary Valentine Packard,
daughter of F. H. Packard of this
place, were married by the Rer. F. S.
Tolman. pastor the Baptist Church
here. The ceremony was witnessed by
only a few relatives and" of friends.
The bride was dressed In a dark blue
traveling suit and carried a bouquet
of white roses and sweet peas. She.
was attended by Miss Anno Gilbert
Bell, who also carried a bouquet of
sweet peas. The groom was attended
by his brother, Arthur Austin, of Bur.
Hngton. Mrs. H. P. Perkins, who for
the last six years has been organist at
the Baptist Church In the choir of
which the bride was a soloist, played.
The couple left for a week's trip to
the north part of the State where
they will be In camp for a few days
The groom Is employed in the Bell
Brothers store In which he has an In
terest and ha lived In town since
early childhood, coming when very
nmall to live with his aunt, Miss Flora
Bell. He attended school here and for
the greater part of the time ha llvcl
here since his studies were completed.
The bride also attended Kchool In town
and since then has been employed In
the office of the Herald and Nrwn
where she has served efficiently for
several years. Both are well known
among the young people and all will
wish them much happiness. On their
return they will take the house on
Emerson Terrace, occupied for some
timo by Miss Flora Bell, where they
will make their home. The annual
meeting of Col. Israel Converse Chap
ter, Daughters of American Revolution,
was held Saturday afternoon at the
home of Mrr F A. Joslyn. The ritual
service of the order was observed fol
lowing which reports for the vear
were given. The following oflrers
were elected: Repent, Mrs. Flora M.
H. Temple; vice regent, Mrs. Alloe
Gay Blanchard: registrar, Mrs. May
Kendrlck McCullough; secretary. Miss
Abble F. Clarke: treasurer, Mrs May
Godfrey Scott; historian, Miss Grace
F. Conant. chaplain. Mrs. Nettle Whit
eomb Chedel. A socia.l hour followed
and refrer.hments were served by the
hostess. It was announced that the.
next meeting would be held at the
home of Mrs. A. C. Wells at Randolph
Center in .Inly, the exact date to be
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I nc H.llllllH.1 mit' iiiv-.ii.a, .-.,.. ..v-.
Juno 22 at the auditorium uf the
high Hchoo) building. Tho Hon. V. 1.
Spear whs chosen moderator and 13. !
Brlggo clerk Dr. G, W. Scott was elect
ed trustee for three, years; H. M Gay
lord for two years; A. M. Hubbard,
treasurer; E. F. Brlggs, collector, and 13.
W. Tewkabury, auditor. It was voted
to authorize the trustees not to exceed
$S00 for street sprinkling and also to
instruct them to engage oil for the next
year. Six hundred was voted for new
sidewalks and the trustees were direct
ed to make the necessary repairs on
the walkF, taking the amount required
out of the general fund. Three hundred
was voted for eight band concerts to
bo given during tho aummer. Tho
article relating to a cement roa I
through Merchants' Row was laid on
tho tabic. It was voted to extend tho
water system to tho Novelty works,
and also to instruct tho trustees to in
struct tho trustees to investigate the
water supply and to consider the re
surfacing of Main titreet. Four hundred
dollarn wao voted towards the Halary of
the district nurso and It was also
voted to continue medical Inspection in
tho schools. Sixety-fivc cents were
voted on a dollar for village expenses.
Tho school meeting followed, and at
this time R. J. Mitchell was elected to
serve on tho prudential committee to
succeed C. .1. Stockwell, whose term ex
pired. Seventy-five dollars wero voted
for the Vlall-Alumnl field and $1.30 for
school purposes. It is oxpected a por
tion of the Summer street building will
bo used this year, and the prudential
commltco was authorized to mako tho
Mrs. George Hatch, who has boen In
Plttsford hlncc Friday, to attend a re
union of the Farmcntcr family Tuesday
returned to her home here. Tho
Rev. R II Moore Is In Mont
pelicr this week attending the Kp
worth League convention, where he Is
also one of the speakers. Miss Annlo May
Daniels also left the same afternoon, and
will pasB the week at the Institute. Wll
liam Young, who has been critically ill
slnco Saturday was more comfortable
Monday and more hopes of his recovery
wore entertained. Ills ton, Lynn Young,
has arrived Hlahpralo, preparations are
Drliln maiju 111.1i iui mu i.vu;ui a nun ..lull-
day, given by tho American Legion.
There will be a parade, t.pcaklng, gamos
at the. Athletic Field and Illumination In
tho evening and a grand ball on Monday
night with Carroll's orchestra of eight
pieces to furnish mublc at the Salisbury
warehouse. No p.ilns is being spared to
make this ono of tho best celebrations
ever and u largo crowd in oxpected.
Mrs. G. V. Scott has returned from a
visit with her son, Martin Scott, in Al
bany, N. Y. The Rev. Fraser Metzger
and A. tT. Stephen have gnno to Falrleo
for a few days outing at the lake. Tho
funeral of tho late Andrew V, Reed of
Northampton, Mass., who came horc
three weeks ago to visit his sister, Mra.
F, A. Bruce, and died on Sunday, was
held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Bruce.
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4 HO JIUV. vmai tupmhri ut...,ui"., uim
he remaina wero uuicn 10 fliancncsicr,
N. 1I for hurlat. Mr. Reed's nn enmei
from Bnrlnefleld. Mam., in otinnj n,.
services nnri .k. k..i.. V."
Inst resting Place. Mr. nnd Mm. If. fi
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Warwick of Montpcllcr nre guests of Mr.
and Mrs. V, W. Brown Sunday loft
Monday afternoon for Montpoller, whore
Mr. Warwick has employment In tho
station ns on operator. Tho Misses Doro
thy and Eleanor Hams have come to pass
wevcru! weeks with their uncle and aunt,
Mr. and Mrs. Catlln, at the Moulton farm.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Catlln of Swanton
were also Sunday guests at tho home of
Mr. and Mra Catlln at the same place.
Silver Cross Circle of King's Daughicis
held picnic at the home of one of their
members, Mrs, Estcrbrook, which was
well attended and very enjoyable, Ber
tram Brown and friend, .Mr, Wolcott, of
North Wllllston, wero the guests of the
former's sister, Mrs, .1, C. Wells, Mon-
at the home of Mr. mid Mrs. W. A. .loneo,
left Tuesday night nn their homeward
trip, stopping over at South Royalton.
Mr. Walcott, who Uvea nn the Highlands,
left hero Wednesday for Lowell, Mass.,
to remain for n few days. Mrs. 13. L.
Mrlntyre returned Wednesday from Bur
lington, where she had been for 10 dayn
visiting her brother, "n her return she
wa occompanled by her granddaughter,
Elizabeth Loudon, who has come to pass
a part of tho summer here. Phoenix
Lbdgc, F. and A. M held an enjoyable
meeting Tuesday night when three can
didates received the degree. The Water
bury lodge, with Charles Adams for
worthy inii.vte.r, gave the work Impres
sively, aJid tho BrookJleld lodge, with
Arthur Blgelow as worshipful master,
conferred the degree upon one other can
didate. Tho local lodge gave the degree
lo tho other candidate. Mrs. Cora Nobel
Hudson, who has been hero for two
months with her mother, Mrs. 13. Root,
who hay been 111, left Wednesday for her
homo near New York city The order to
dav. and left for llie r home t int n cht. ''", Air. and M t , .. . '"V I
V " " ' .week-end fyivcstor, tho ,rrHaurrr m lnr ""onal Ayshlro Breed-
Mrs. J. n. Arfams of Waterbury Is In f ,,x?,y"'pI,,l; antl A. J. Clark cr' Association with offices located In
town for a short visit, having formerly ' ' arn were the guests Sun.lav Rranrlon.-TIiere was a meeting of the
been a resident hero for many years. ",IH' I'Vn-ticIs .tiickqcs Ormshcc-Diirgey Circle of the Klnc's
Airs. Clarence, Sault of Rochester, with r s,rs. .'ohn MrAlllstnr or North "attliters at 2:.10 o'clock Wednesday af-
hrr little daughter, I In lown, visiting 1 'ro-V Hj,cnit "e week-end with MrH Irrnoon In Grand Army Hall iullus
for a few dayn.-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elll- ,R'MllKlers parents, Mr. ,u,d MrH' 'pvl Goodrich died at his homo' Friday
ott of Claremont, N. H who have been 1 ",p" "eiiwnre. Paul Rtanchard has rvenlng after a several weeks' Illness,
guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Paine, f.ola "lH farm to Mr. Robarc-e nf nv I lie was years of ace. The funeral
discontinue tho pnstonhe at East Brain-'and
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irvp, nepn revoKCU anu in"- ..iiii-v vin
remain ns before.
At the annual meeting of the Massa
chusetts soclty of the Sons 'of the Ameri
can Revolution, George II Nutting of
Boston, formerly of Randolph Center, was
elected president. Prof. Wesley Abell Is
moving to Newport till? week lo ar.sumo
his duties of county agent of Orleans
county Hugh riiillipo of Montpcllcr has
brought lib wife and two daughters to
reside here for the cummer. The young-
eiit daughter is now quarantined for th
tncaclcs. Horace Morre and a friend of
New York city aro the guests of W. C.
Bolin for ten days and expect to spend
much time hunting and fishing. Prln. I
R H. Barrett was In Hartford, Conn
WVdnesrl.v lo njtend (he weddlns of his
,.,,11,.,-e roommn.e tt, I1I relnrn the last
of the week. A reception was given Mon
day night to Mr. and Mrs G L. Green,
who are moving to Genrela. and to Mr
and Mrs. Wesley Aboil, who go to New
port Orleans County
Forty Boy Scouts from Hardwtrk under
the care of Scout Master Shattuck have
been In camp on the S. W. Campbell
Meadow at the head of tho lake for a
few day. About 70 couples attended the.
dance at the. town hall TueFday evening
given for the benfit of the school build
ing and lighting fund. Miss Mary Stlmp
son was a vli-ltor In Montpoller last week.
Master Allen Stimson visited In East
Craftsbury last week. Saturday the
"Greensboro Kids" went to Coventry to
play ball with the Coventry nine and won
In the 11th inning with a tcore of 10 to
3. Mr. and Mrs. Fred G. Goodrich and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodrich were in
Woodsville last week. W. S. Caswell, of
Concord, N. IL. Is a guest of C. A.
rich. Miss Emma Lindsay Is spending the J
week with Mrs. Nellie Ingalls. Edmund
Eddey, of Woodbury, viHltcd friends In
town Sunday. Mrs. Martha Lamonda
passed nway Tuesday after a long and
painful Illness, which she liar, borne with
great patience The funeral was held
Thursday at her late home and the Inter
ment wan In the East Craftsbury ceme
tery. Mrs. Lamonda was about 62 years j
nf ntn nrA t.w,j.cr ViakIHa hs. k 1 Ii a n rl ,1
daughter. Mrs. Archie Lamonda, and ulCal.. who ban not visited his native j
son, John Gebble, and three grandchll- i State for "O years and his sister, Mrs.
several weeks' visit. Mrs. Anna
W. D. Kelley and his mother. Mrs. nirhard or K'eene. N. H.. is alo a
Sophia J Kelley, were In Montreal last,. )n thp ham(. i10m(.,The Rev.
week, returning Frlday.-Ilugh H. But- . smith and son, Frederick, of
terficld of Burlington and Ross H. ""t-1
tcrfleld, dentist, of Rutland, have "'cn 1
visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs.
A. H. Butterfleld. Cavls Toof upset a dish
of molten lead on hta foot, causing a
painful Injury which Is now making him
lame. Miss Grace Annis is home from
the University of Vermont for the sum
mer. Don Clark met the necessary par
ties and- settled his claim at Newport
Friday lor injuries to his arm received
last winter in a fall from an elevator
at the factory of the Blair Veneer com
pany. He was paid $1,400. Harold Silves
ter Is laid up with an Injury to his hand,
caused by a falling block a few days ago
at the venter factory. Friend Jenkins
was in town a few days ago, going Friday
to the White Mountains, where he has
employment in a hotel during his turn
mer vacation from the University of Ver
mont. Mrs. Edith Butterfleld of Burling,
ton ls visiting friends in town. O. A.
Place, who moved Inst fall to Thetford,
Is visiting acquaintance?) here. John S.
Buttles, State commissioner of industries,
was In town Thursday. Mrs. J. It. Lewis
nnd Mine friends visiting her recently
made a trip to Quebec, Can., going by
auto and camping part of the time..
Miss Helen Wakefield, administratrix,
has commenced repairs on tho building of
'her late father. W. W, Wakefield, on
The Delta Alpha class realized y?2.r,0
from tho play given In the town hall Fri
day evening. Tho proceeds wero used In
paying the expentes of the class at the
Epworth lustituto being held in Mont
lelier. The girls wero taken there by
auto Monday, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Lara
bee of Barton, accompanied by Mr, Lar
rabee's brother, Fred Larrabec, from
Kentucky, wero In town Sunday. Mrs.
William Hansen of Barton was a guest
of her sister, Mrs. B. W. Simpson, the
last of last week, Dr. Wright of Orleans
was called to It, w. Moodle'a Saturday.
A son was lorn to Mr, and Mrs. Mahlon
Gage last week. Mrs. Rubleo of Morris
villo Is a guest of her sister, Mrs. E. W.
Harrls.-Mrs. O, B, Wells returned Frl
day from a trip to St Albans and arand
Islo In the Interests of tho W. F, M. S.
work. Mrs. Wlnslow went to Barton Sat
urday for a two weeks' stay. Mrs. Jen
nlo Hubbard, who has been ill at the
home of her hrpthcr, W. R. Moodlc, Is
The Misses Helen M. and Harriet P
Window of Shirley, Mass., motored hern
Friday to remain until Monday with their
aunt, Mrs. D. Edwin Wright. Miss Helen
Wlnslow was toastmlstress at tho John
son Normal School alumni banquet last
Wednesday.-H. E. Gray has sold his
placo to Howard Pudvah of Newport,
1 Pndvnk m '. . "
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of tin -ti..... "rcu .inaiuiCK
1M rxnf.plr.,1 I,--..
summer ,,v"' ' inn
k I " "er Parents. W. D, Bell
rm " """rw-arn of Nor'h Troy
Inc. n - .v., wignt Hard
"l"r to Marisachueetts.
Mr nd Mrf) c,arrn
co Sylvester and
-lurun or Sutton
, .. .
Airs, wis .sanvlllo are entertaining
George !i0 of ProvWence. R. nd
Howard Rouse of Hudson. Mass. .this
week.-Miss Mlnnln .. '. '5
John McKlrcv were, married Mondav
Wiine 1?. at St. Ignatius Church. Ti;
i.eoianc nerfonned tk
ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Boudrett
and sons, and Frederick Boudrett of
....f. ... no nr. I-, ij were
guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Dntnt,i m..
and other relatives. Mrs. D. A. Wal e-
win, 7 ,. nn" n,s ""'fo and rooms I , w 1,10 ' "ig
with Lore.. Hcndrlx.-Mrs. II ii u,,l etymon. Tlir.rr Wcrc rrBont OM)
cock ha., two ,ece frf)ln "fj.c "'v " relatives n the family m, members'of
hcr.-Mr. nnd Mr. George Smith of V' ?. U"n' f w,,,ph lho "Mn Is a
k'C"f' K- V" mo BundU to snenrt ?,c,f';r' Vf,rr 11,0 wIHnB ceremony ro
thn night w tb tT,,i. frcn." frcshnienls wero lervcd nnd ih .,
ueld of Orleans spent a few dav.s Inst ( werf "lo"t "ere Friday evening from
w. ek.wlth her huslmiid's mother Mim li. Ticctf lv. N. V where sho died at
H. II. NVwton. Miss Nancv F-iriiviM "'tal. wa held at. tho home of R. C.
Is spending m r,nv wreksi with MeivtM S.iturdiy aflornoon at 1:50 o'clock.
In Knosburg Falls.-Mrsi. Angle Mo-I nv- 0'Mcr wh s the supplying
Clelle,, In home from Wel3 p.ivr rcrtr,r of 31 Thomas' Episcopal church,
where she has been teaching ror a.i,.,?tfd Th bf,arf,rs "f" Roy W.
short vocation. Henrv Adams ha ' U Carlton F'.ond, Roger Flood, B.
rnntefl the Communl'tv hm.se a,',.i ! ? B""n' v.' r Letcher and Cloyd San-
moved In. Mr. and Mrs." Georce mlth
or Rochester, N, y
were tho ueek-
end guests of their aunt. Miss Nellie
Hardlnc.-Dr. ;,n,i at h- ( r-
son, Kenneth, snetit the ni. .m,
r-i ,.. i.. . ..
n ininy in Main
Me. Mr. and lru
Lewis Carl ami daughter. Iaura. of
MtigsMiry. P. Q.. rpent a few days last
week with their brother and sister,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dlettc. Mr. and Mrs.
Carl went from here to Easl Hampton,
The Orleans Countv Sunday School
convention that was held at tho Con
CTegatlonal Church .tune 22, was the
largest and most Inspiring that han
been held for years The addresses and
papers were all nstructivo and
showed much thought on the part of
th participants. Two hundred and
twenty-five pooplo enjoyed nn abun
dant dinner provided by tho three
Sunday schools of the town. W. B.
Glvnn. Ktnte Knmlnv S-1innl nr.M.n '
G K linhliln et J '
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Vermont hunda.y .School a-ssoclat on '
and the Rev W E Lombard of Sa.r- i 1 ""aaiennrr.
ton-- River were the outside speakers or'1 car driven by a man by the
Mr. and Mrs. Roy LnRaron and !Vlme of VlLOTt went Into the ditch and
daughter spent the past week In 1 "vc n ltfi slde Tuesday afternoon
Barre. A family reunion was held at flCir tn, Klimb''rl'y farm on the Pitts
the home of the rtev. C. J. Peterson LP road-, No onn Injured. One of
Wednesday consisting of the following
persons: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Peter
son and son, Raymond, and Miss
Beatrice Reed of St. Johnshury, Mr.
ton, Mrs. Matilda Reed of Waterville. i
anil .1 rs. r.nr ' . tpirrnf m ni linri nr.
- " .
M Toren and
' i pren ann
daughter. Harriet, of Lincoln, Neb.. I
tr Xnmn liarl nnl ,i-on hnr sitnter
Mrs. Reed and brother, Edward Pet
erson, since they left their home in
Sweden about 10 years .ago and the
meeting was one of unusual surpise
and pleasure, Dr. and Mrs. J. M.
Dutton of Westnold, Mass., accom- I
panled liy their daughter ami son nave
t,lUV, T home 1 Mondav leavTn- their '
returned home Monday, leaving their
here for the summer.
Cass and two children of
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Good-Wover hav e heen vhming Mrs. a. , .
Dustan. Mr. and Mrs. I. ... Jennisnn ,
Mrs. Herbert Balch and Mrs. Dyer all
of St Johnshury and Miss Mary Root.
ha1 a picnic dinner on Prospect hill
Frldav. George Root of Paso Howes
t.tifin. Austin of Los Anccles, Cat..
who has not been here for 1fi years
am with their brother, C. H. Root, for
Montreal are spending a few weeks
u-i t Ii tho Rev. and Mrs. C. H. Rowley.
t Mm A. M. Wilson aim
I Martha. of Hartford. Conn.. have
i , tkAlr eottace on Prospect
,, Adams of Manchcs-
' ' ,J ' , vlsitinc at Cvrus John- I
ler. N. H.
nn's for the
r. Miss Sarah
n v. u ( r nmrtleteil hOT
teacher and Is employed In the central ;
office at oraitsnury
A nrHti an oulet wedding took place
Tuesday morning at lu:r.O o'clock at tho
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. R Rising, when
their daughter, Alice Cornelia, was mar
ried tn Arthur II. Glpson. The ceremony
was performed by the Rev. Walter Thorp,
nastor of the Congregational Church,
under a bower of daisies and evergreens
The bride wore a traveling suit of bluo ;
trlcotlne with hat to match. Onlv Immed-
iale relatives weir present. After tho
eeremonv a wedding luncheon won served
in the dining-room which was decorated
in pink nnd white. Both the bride, and I
gToom are well known In Brandon, the (
brldo having heen a. successful teacher j
In tho grammar grade and the Junior high
school for many years, having been con
nected with tho firm of H. M. Glpson n
Hon, tneiirm now ncing uipson
,' licauiuui :
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MIES vada topoonrr is lit wun ppnmmu
at the noineoi ner parenis. r. ami ei.e.
i.. r. AA.,ArMro 1' II n.illnn and I
party of young people returned Tuesday
from Lake Dunmore., whero they spent
a week In the Howe cottage. Mrs. Mark
Rowo is confined to tho house by Illness.
Frank Button and Thomas L. Fcutrcss,
who have been visiting him for a week,
left Tuewlay evening for South Carolina,
where they will be employed during the
summer, Tho picnic of tho Rutland
County Farm Bureau which was to havo
boon held Tuesday In the woods at
Mount Plosant wns held In the gymnasium
of the high school on account of the
wTathcr. There wero scvrral speakers
A very pretty welding occurred at Rock
lidgo farm on the shores of Lake Ilor
lonla in Sudbury Satin day morning at
11 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 1".
M. Scott when Iholr only daughter, Prls
cilia, was married to .lames Gray Wntson.
The wedding was out of doors under tho
applo trees and the sotting of hillside and
lake combined with tho color of pconlen
and blossoms made a beautiful scene.
Miss L. N. Parker played the wedding
,, , V,, rl't , "arry CoIe returned I83' Tuesday night I married by the Rev. F. B. Leach to Arthur ' would develop. Mrs. Grace T. Breck,
Abell of Knosburg Fal s spent I -ridaj from Bostoni wherP thcy vls,tcd rela- p. r. Wadlund of Hartford. Conn., in the . accompanied by her son. Roger, have
at C H. Root s.--A part consisting or tlvE,0naHM G. Winslow of Detroit. presence of relatives and friend of tho gone to Blodgott's Landing. Lake
the Rev. and Mrs V ranols A. 1 oole . ,s spendn!r a few (layil ncre with rontractlng parties. The brldo was ;rt- i Sunapec, N. H., for the summer. Mrs.
and son. IranclB. Mr. and Mn. Josep his n,other, Mrs. C. M. Wlnslow.-There ) temIed ,,y her s3te,r. MSR Florence Reed, J. E. Meagher of Burlington Is spend
A. Davis and daughter. Alma, Mr. and , w he a snec al meetlnir of Silver T.afce , n-ji,i . i . i... .1...
The.v wore recipients of mnnj
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and useful gifts, consisting of gold u " WrlIn-wHy Ju.u, a tho presetico
glass and silver. '1 hey left on a vcddlm. r , T,)(,
trip by automob le and will be at homo r p-rformod the double ring serv-
on Seminary Hill after September first. f ' ' . r.,n,..- -
march. The bride was attended by her
father and bridesmaids, Miss A. H Cit
rlo and Miss D. K. Koho of Melroso'lllgh
lands, .Mars. The bride was gowned In
u dress of while georgette, with hat. to
match ami carried a bouquet of bridal
ruses. The bridesmaids wore dresses of
",1U orcnid organdie nnd
rled houquots 0f orchids. Tho Rev
er Tnorpc of the Congregational
cnupie mon inis imio quietly to slip
away. After a wedding trip, Mr. nnd Mrs
Watson will make their homo In Brandon.
The bride Is one of the most popular
young ladles of the town and tho croom
has for some time served as secretary and
Mie n Ktmrinv i ,mnA . ,-
lh,! ho"H" Thp Hrv- M. Keeler of the.
Methodist church offlolated. The bearers
I wrrr Arthur Ferris, Benjamin ,U,.,
William .Marlelt and At .t t. k.
!,,,lrlBl K"al ,n 'rostd.iJc cemetery.-Miss
i Margaret O'Connor has gone to Boston.
wnere sue na.s a position for the summer.
Over 100 boys arrived on the fiver K.if.
urday evening and wore taken to the Kee-
""'" i-Hiiii' .n iaKO ijunmore. where
I1"' wil1 -rend tho summer. The fun.
,r',, "f MrM' Rober' Flood, whoso remain,
i er!'' B,lrnI wns ' Tine Hill ccniotor-.
rntli- r 1 .. . '
' . J1"" lranK
,, fB!iri: . rlil"hlcr. Miss Rc
IMrs - ''" Gravel and husband, havu
.wu.t,"..., r.iiu uauriLcr. .Miss Kctta.
i lllrn.pd lo Htchhtirg, Mass., after visiting
at the home of her brother. Ell Focha.
Word has been received of the death at
a hospital in Schenectady, N. Y , Juno
Z! of Mrs. Robert Flood. Mrs. Flood
was formerly Miss Blanch Sanders,
daughter of A, H. Sanders of this town.
She had a host of friends in Brandon,
having been popular among the young
people. Her death came, nn a great
shock to her many friends. Joannie A.
Scelcy. for many years a resident of
Brandon, died at the home of her nephew.
Dr. R. H. Seeley, on Prospect street In
Rutland, Wednesday June 23 She was
SS years of age. She had been In falling
health for a long time. The remains
were brought to the home of her niece.
Mrs. J. W. Estabrook. where she had
made her home for many years, and the
was held at the houte at two
.... r ,".") "emoon. the HCV. V alter
." f ," "Bregatlolial Church O
' .ni.ii, nur , w; s in i no
f.-,i . .......
the rear wheels of the car was smashed,
which was the only damaee done Marhtn
Chapter. Order Eastern Star, held their
annual picnic at Waterhouse Picnic
frnitn iln o T r. . . ...
l . " " ' "u.imore n eqnesuay.-
I AanA . M ...... A -1. . , - ......
o nur. ims a. posit on
, ,k i .
T. C "C ,1"" ,r'-" 1
- 1 , ann j, A.
vn..iiciun ui rtuuami vimtca Air. and Mrs.
George Cameron, Jr.. Tuesday. The
Royal Workers of the Methodist Church
will have nn all day picnic next Friday
In Judson Sovery's grove south of thn
village. This will take the nlace of the
regular July meetrng.-Mlss
Ida Pierce .
has retUrned from New York clrv TOh.r -
She SPCnt SeWral mon,hs and ha ,
r,rwn.H -r um. n-i.
opened her home on Park street. The i
.Misses busan ana cora Talbot and Fred-
rrieU- Ttfllnev left WAHncr44,. T ...... !
Lake, N. T., where they will remain with ,
j,,,,. f0r w days.Mr and Mn, j
ivoage, h.nignts or fytmat,, this eve
ning at eight o'clock, Miss Dottle Kid
der has returned from Waltham, Mass.,
and has opened her home on Champlaln
streel tor lne SUmmer.-Mlss Lulu Cowcn
of New York city is visiting her parent.,
Mr. and Mrs. C.
H. Cowcn for the sum-
A. J Dickinson,
here f6r II years
was postmaster i
and Is now past SO
yearc, gooa to his farm two miles out
almost every day and part of the time
on foot. Harold Rogers, who lost his
wife a few das ..so, has been very
111. Horace Half.
king boats and
! Friday with
was well at
ld horses went
Iful lunch was
view .-ui-k r;u-
C. A. I '.earn auc
ml the r
a. mi. n,lwsc A ,
erved. Heman Glffuid has moved to
Tieonderoga, N. V., where he is em
ployes in the pulp mill. Mrs. Pulaski
' lonphnm. who has hp en ui WnHor
Meacham, who has been at Walter
Brock's In Hortonvllle for several
months, Is at her home, south f this
vlllage. The Community club met at , pleasing entertainment at tile town nail , siock aim are ai meir nunio un mm
Lillian Walker's Wednesday with n . last Tmsd,iy evening. land avonuo. Mrs. Wells has been te.icb-
larce attendance. Officers were elected
as follows. President, Edith Johnson;
vice-president, Jennie Aiken; secretary
and treasurer, Mrs. Maud Cummings.
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,-Mf.xi SMinnay -..-iiiiik union nei-wccs
will bo held at the Congregational
.., i i ii, a rfnv n,.nt, r.i,. ,..m '
un,i..-i ...... v .. ...
pleach. So few attended the annual
Red Cross meeting riday that It was
ndjourned, subject to the rjll of tho
The marriage of Miss Helen Sumner of
Montpeller and Stephen Dunbar of St.
, lnnW iaro at the home of Mm
. Hiirold Krnnlsinn. rm.d,, of
1 1 W 1 1 V ( r...... , "
er was ring bearciflnd Helen Pnrker, his
sister flower girl. The wedding march
was played by Mrs. L. F. Sumner, sister- 1
In-law of thohrlde. The brldo wore white j
georgette crepe and carried white roses '
whric, her hlstcr wore pink georgetto
cropo and carried pink roses. The wedding
woh performni in irmii m a nanu ol na
tive and cut flowers and ferns. Follow
ing the wedding the bride cut tho bride's
cake and then refreshments were served.
;t was expected that-tho newiyweds would
try to get away from Montpi-llcr, but
i,-v did not and remained n nn apart
ment In the same building until morning
when thcy le't ,or ,l noncyninon. After i
.t,nri timo thcy will reside at II Din
mond street. St. Albans. The bride was a
native of .Monlpellrr. educated In tho
Hchooln of the city, and was a bookkeep.
cr In H"" school superintendent's ofllce
for a lime, after which she taught school,
but for a year has been in chargo of a
department In the Capital city Press.
Tho groom l n 6011 f Mr. and Mrs.
George Dunbar of St. Allmns and Is em
ployed as a telegraph operator by the
Central Vermont, railway company. They
received many gifts.
Tho body of Life A. Wiidlelgh, who died
Tuesday night of laat week, whh lakeii
Thursday morning lo Bradford for serv
ices and burial, The Rev. F. B. Loach
of Montpoller, said a prayer at tho home
of Mrs. H. A. Martin, where Mr, and Mrs.
Wndlolgh have been stopping. Mr. Wnd
lolgh was In tho drug business In Ilrnd
ford for somo years, later In Newport
and Morrlsvllle, In the latter placo ho
sold his Interest!) about 10 yearn ago.
Eight years ago he suffered a shock whllo
stopping In Mnnlpeller, after which he
went to California for a time.
Chief of the flro department, V. B. Per
sons Is suffering with three cracked rlb3
as a result of a line of hose, having thrown
him about Thursday nfternoon whllo he
wns using tho lino from a hydrant on
Elm street to Hush out the Worcester
branch stream. A stone, upon which he
waa standing, rolled a little, throwing
him off his balance, with tho result that
thn line of bore came near getting away
from him and In trying to prevent this
ho was thrown against a board attached
to a pole near the site, cracking the ribs.
The stream waa being flushed for sani
tary purposes, '
Mrs. Mary E. Peck, widow of General
James S. Pcc.it, wno while a lieutenant
took the stone houso after the battlo of
Gettysburg, where snlpont continued to
shoot soldlors, after surrender had occur
red, died Saturday morning. Shn has been
an Invalid for sonic monthr, although ill
In bed only about 10 days. She was a
daughter of Ampllas and Fanny Blake,
born In Chelsea, January 1, lata. She mar
ried James S. Peck In 1G9. She. lived most
of her life In Montpcller. Sho was educated
In Mrs. Worcester's school In Burlington
nnd was well versed In tho topics of the
day. Her nearest surviving relative Is
Mrs. B. B. Bailey of Mcmtpellor. The
funerel arcurred at three o'clock Monday
Cards have been received In the city
announcing the marriage of Miss Nora
Green, formerly employed In the secre
tary of State's office, and Harold F. Ober.
13a.ston R. Gibson, Inspector-Instructor
of tho National Guards In Vermont, has
returned from Boston, where he took ex
amination for promotion from tho rank of
major In the regular army to lieutenant
colonel and Just before leaving for homo
learned ho had passed the. examinations.
The promotion In rank will not affect his
work In the adjutant general's office In
Montpoller to which he was recently as
signed by the war department.
Miss Margaret Gallagher, who has been
employed In the office of E. S. Brlghara,
at the State House, has completed her
work and gone to Hnrdwick, where sho
will be employed In the postofflcc. Miss
Francis Oltchell takes her place.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Farrar were given
a surprise Friday at bupper time, when
a company of their friends gathered
around one of the tables in the dining
room of Miller's Inn, of which Mrs. Far
rar Is one of the managers, and advised
them that they had sat down to help them
In celebrating their 23th anniversary of
their wedding. Mrs. Farrar had been
about the kitchen all day, but had not
I seen the cooks prepare anything special
for this occasion and she waa again sur
prised when one. of the girls brought in a
large wedding cake with ii lighted candles
on it, Mrs. F. L. Burbank drawing her
attention to something else until the
cake was set down In front of Mrs. Far
ar. Later In the evening an automo
bile, party took them to Waterbury. Sev
eral gifts were made.
Hiram N. Davis deputy commissioner of
weights and measures, was in Barre tho
latter part of the. week investigating
short weight in butter.
bringing butter to the city, the net weight
marked with a lead pencil, which did
not comply with the laws. He found
short weight in some Instances.
Joseph O. CaJcagnl, a minor of Barre,
who Is over IS years of age, was fined in
Montpoller city court for operating his
father's automobile without a license and
paid and cosLs. Calcagnl had an acci
dent on the road between Montpeller
'. - j t,...ii, ,n.K. nri it H.velnnort
from that report that he did not have
n lleense to onnr.ite an automobile.
a verv nretty home wedding took place
. , m i i. mi,...
at rour o ciock luesoiy wuai ,,iio.-
Glenn Frances Reed, daughter of Mr.
brother of the groom. Tho bride and
her sister were both gowned in satin.
Following the ceremony, a reception oc-
A,,pr if.Ar w-klM-i tliA nmi-tvn'pila ipft
for a trip and will make their home In
Hartford, Conn., where the groom Is a
metallurgical engineer. The bride has
been stenographer In the superintendent
i of echool's ofllce here since her gradun.
1 tlon a few years ago and has a host of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Tucker and c.hll
dren spent Saturday and Sunday in Bur
lington and St. Albans. Mr. and Mrs.
Carrol Rlchctts and Mrs. V. K. Sonicr
vllle were in Norwich Sunday. Loo
Brown, who moved his family to Randolph
last TueFday, was taken suddenly II! and
went to the hospital the next day for an
operation for appendicitis and died Fri
day and was brought to Warren for bur-
lal Tte Imvias n wife and six children.
-Raymond Campbell was In town last !
Sunrtav. Wir.renen M.ioi-e of Barro N
snejidins a few davs ill town. Mr. and
Mrs. Kcnyon of Richmond were in town
Sunday.-Tho Warren Grange gave a very
W. Alexander and family motored to
shelburne Pond Sunday and spent the day i
... . " ... I
nsiilng.-The KeV. Mr. KJIILS was ur.ex- i
peCtcdly called Saturday to New York !
' , .. .... ...,
unu uieiu nu wmw in um ."'"" -
oist lOpiseopal Church Sunday.-Le
Swft ),as bought a Unriuan Empi
milRi mk machine. The Ladles' Home CI
cl.. will meet .liny , wit , Mrs. Wow
Brure.-Mrs. L. J. Black of Oregon, sister
I ...I :,,. A.A .A A-,.- .A U.,.,-.l
.'l ..IIC. l unit,, Lu.i.v.n lu-uaj iu n,v,l.l
f.ome timo wiUi her sister. .Miss Helen i
! Swift coniM from her school wort : In the
I and Mrs. C. A. Reed of this city, was It was feared that sninal mcnlncltts
" . I wniic Ule ueL man . 11.1111 uuiuini, 1 iiik a Liiuinr wuuim, ihi nvi uii'iui;! ,
-ri,,ra -.!' y '"!who has heon spending the past two
iiummcr. She will accompany her aunt.
Mrs. Black, from New York. Miss' Lucy
Swift comes from Saratoga, N. v., this
week to spend somo time at her home
and to meet her sister, .Miss Helen, nnd
aunt, Mrs. Black. Guests Sunday at the
homo of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Wilder wero
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Dana and daughters
of Waltsfield, accompanied by Mrs.
Dana's sister, Mrs. Mary O. Boyce, of
Randolph. Those attending the Bates
auction In East Burrc last week wero
Jumcs Nowhall, Nowhall Brothers, Frank
Grandy and L. O. Wilder anil eon, Orvlllc.
L. O. Wilder purchased three head of
Guernsey cnttlu at tho Bates auction,
Stuart Brock started la.il week Thurs-
day with .1" big span of horses to drive
lo Vlarriiiont, N V., after his household
goods, Ho stopped Thursday night In
Norihfleld. .MrH. Brock accompanied him I
as far J Northfield. returning home Fli
.. . . . . ... 1
day, Mr, Brock expects to take about
u week for his trip. Mr. and Mrs.
Newell, who have been spending tho nast
uBu days with Mr. ami Mrs. Brock at
the homo of 1J. N. Hills, went last week
Wednesday lo tho While Mountains for
a short stop before reluming l Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C, Moulton entertained
last weelt Wednesday their niece and hus
band, Mr. and Mrs. Leo G. Prouls of
Burlington. They went Thursday to
Portland, Me., to spend somo timo with
Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Pago. Mrs. Pago
is a sister of Mrs. Prouls. Sunday will
be observed at tho Methodist Episcopal
Church as Children day.-Mrs. Abble
Warren of Slowo Is spending some time
with her brother and family, Mr und
Mrs. A. P. Blgclow.-Mra. Irwin Jacobs
wa called recently to Calais by tho
death of her father. Mr. Laundry. Sho
ha not yet returned. Ransom Wells has
returned from a week's visit In Boston
with his son.-Schools at the Center closed
last week Erlday with a neighborhood
picnic. All the, neighbors responded and
the children furnished a fine program.
Ico cream and cako won furnished. A
few of thn farmers have begun haying.
Georgo Goodwin of Montpoller Is spend
ing a week with his unclorf at tho Vaughn
home. James Nowhall, accompanied by
William and Arthur Nowhall and Mrs.
William Newhall, "motored to East Ran
Porcy Lefevro and Mlsii Emma Sand
ers both of Norlhfle.ld wero married
at n:30 Monday morning In St. John'n
Church, tho Rev. J. A. Lynch perform
ing tho ceremony. They wero attotidol
by Miss Ina Sandem, sister of tho
bride, afld Roy Tatro. Miss Adelln
McConnachle of Springfield, Mass., Is
at the home of her aunt. Mrs. C. A.
Plumlcy, for part of tho school vaca
Hon. Mrs. M. 1'. Blake ami daughter,
Ruth, of Hartford, Conn., are visiting
In town, gueslH of llm Blake's sis
ter. Mrs. W. H. Hardlii.--C1uirles
Rurna Is enjoying a vacation from hlK
work at St. MIchael'B College and was
at the home of hla parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Burns, Sunday. He has gone
to Roston to spend two weeks with
relatives and frien Is. Mrs. Sarah Car
penter of Strafford Is spending a few
weeks in town at the home of her
cousin, Mrs. M. M. Curtln. on Cross
street. Mrs. W. C. Olaggott ha.s gone
to Boston lo visit for a fow weeks
Miss Dorothy Whall, who has been
spending two weeko In town the guest
of Mrs. F C. Greene, has returned to
Boston. Wayno Howe and Robert San
born have gone to Boston on u few
days' trip. From thero they will go to
Portland, Me. Miss Vivian Powers, the
young daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. James
Powers, undorwent an operation Thurs
day for the removal of adenokis and
tonsils. The operation was performed
by Dr. H. A. Whitney, asslste I by Dr.
J. H. Judklns. MImi Ruth Gill, who
has been spending two weeks In town
visiting her sister, Mrs. W. H. Morlarty,
has returned to Boston. Mr. and Mrs.
Hale K. Darling of Chelsea were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Goodrich Sun
day. A son, James Mdward, was born
to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Maltese. Thurs
day. Mrs. Maltese was formerly Mint
Eva Broggl. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Davln
of Lyndonville, were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. W. Hartwell Sunday, Mr. an J
Mrs. F A. Sanderson and J. L. Tucker
of Worcester, Macs, have opened "Hill
crest." for the summer. Miss Edola
Sheldon has returned from West Med
ford, Mass., where she spent tho winter.
Ransel Warner, who came from Chi
cago, III., to visit his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Warner, underwent a sur
gical operation at Hcaton hospital. The
operation was made necessary because
of Internal injuries received while
bowling. He is making satisfactory re
covery. The members of De Witt Clin
ton Lodge, F. and A. M.. attendej the
morning services in St. Mary's Church
Sunday and listened to a very able
sermon, delivered by the rector, the
Rev. F. M. De
ie Forest. Mrs. Amy,
Cleveland. Ohio, and ,
MM1l.nl...l I, . ! .1 .. I I
daughter. Miss- Wllhelmina Bruldnell,
who Is attending school In St. Albans,
are at the home of Miss Sarah Bruid-
nell on Water street. Miss Bruldnell's
father, Frank BrulJnell, who has been
in poor health for somo time, is in a
serious condition. Mrs. Clara Holton.
who has been spending two weeks in
Boston and vicinity, has returned
home. She was accompanied to Boston
by her daughter. Miss Beatrice Hoi-
ton, of .Montpeller. They were at the
1 r.,n. rn, i,.ki .i,n ,..
visltlnir the former's son. Georee Hoi-
I ton. The vouncr daticrhter of Mr. .md
Mrs. Dynes Gilpin who has been ill for
a. snort, nme, nas neen ta.Ken 10 nea-
ton hospital, Montpeller, for treatment,
a short time, has been taken to Hea-
Mrs. Hannah .McCarthy. Mr?. R. C.
Kimball and chiUren, who have been
I visiting at tho home of her parents, j
1 M r fin,l "Vfrr. V .1. Koii.-.lrn re, i
turned to their homo In Swanton.
Mrs. P. Flood has gone to Brattlebor-.
I to spend a few weeks with her r.on
i and family. Jobn E. Plunkett. bits r e -
signed as street commissioner for the
village of Northfield. Etlwaro KcU
has been elected '.o take bis place
h., meit his d Hri. .X1ft.3 Krann
L. Davis gave a luncheon at her hnreai
on Prospect etneet Saturday to Mlws .
P.ernlce Cross, In honor of her ap
proaching marriage to Lieut. Philip M.
Whitney. Miss Mlld.-eJ Kimball has
been In Burlington the past mI: at
tending the commencement at the Uni
versity of Vermont. Miss Kimball was
graduated from that college last year.
Mrs. Hattlu Tillotson of Rarre was
with her sister, .Miss Grace IngallE, at
their home on Pearl street, over Sut.-
day. Mrs. Tillotson has charge of tho
children's gordons In Barre this sum-
mor.-Mn.. H. I. Cutting, daughter.
Mrs. Laura Wells, and granddaughter,
Dorothy, hnve returned from Vi ood-
ing In tho public schools of Woodstock
the past year. Miss Marlon Burns of
the University of Vermont is at tho
home of her parents. Mr. anl Mrs. J.
for tho summer vacation.
; .,,. . ilk-ins
Sunday. Her daughtor, Miss Mary, wno
.....,.. , . r,,A will, her
' ' ' vltlollisllBll KIor-
- O-.. nf niirllrtrrlin U'llfl h:LS
haa no to Npwprt. -Prof. A.
.ro"r. v, ,ri!.iH hv m PAJlt.h
' I .
and son, have gono to Brattleboro to
. j Ua aaIIao-a uaf-illnn lit their
lm holm.Mrs, Delia J. Gowdy.
months In town at the home of Mrs.
M. M. Curtis, has gono to Melrose,
Conn., to attend tho wedding of her
niece and from there will go to Bald
wiiisvillc. Muss., to spend, some time
with her cousin.
The hall team fit the Waterbury Ath
letic club keeps up its reputation for
victory, having come off conqueror over
the two opposing tcaVis this last week.
Thursday the score stood 11 to 1 In favor
of tho homo team, having played tho
Barro Rustlers. Saturday, the team
played the Burlington American Legion
team and won by a scoro of 15 to 1, Tho
Infield of the visiting team was weak
and tho pitcher wild. The home team,
according to baseball parlance, hit tho
..II, I , l ah. I nln.in.1 a .1 ., a aa...
pill hard and played a lino team, Water
bury Ih taking much Interest in her team
and the management again throws out a
challenge for any loam In the State.
This bus been printed In another paper
with a ciuestlon mark, but tho c'hallengo
is In earnest mid all arc hoping for somo
big games this hummer. Mrs. Ella Tal
bert of Morotown spent tho week-end
with Mr. and MrH. A. T. Cnnerdy,
Hurry Pierce, who 1ms been hero tor a
few days, hn returned to his homo In
Medford, Muss, Children's Day will bo
observed Sunday. D, C. Wilbur and E.
C. Sabln were In Hardwlck Monday or
business. Morton McKlnstry was at hla
former homo on Sunday. Mrs. Frances
Goodcll and non, Elwyn, wero hero Sun
day. They were on their return from
Franklin, N. II.. where Mrs. Goodell has
been visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. T,
Burleigh. Mrs. L. C. Swain Is Improving
from her recent Illness. D. C. Wilbur has
Bold to Haskell and Swain a consider,
able amount of standing lumbct.
This town Is to havo an "Old Home
Day" celebration July 5. At 10:30, start
ing from Westminister Station, there will
be a parade. Tho oldest band In tho
State will furnish music. A bronza
memorial tablet will bo dedicated to tho
war heroes. Ground will bo broken for
the Community Houso to be erected by,
aeorgo H. Dancomb. At two o'clock,
thero will bo opecchc3 by John Barrel
WHITE RIVER JUNCTION
An arrest In town at mld-nlsht Sundas
by Officer O'Kccfo was that of Luclen
Vervllle, charged with tho Mealing oi
UV) In Coventry, Eswx county Tha
alleged criminal loft Coventry by autn
reaching White River Junction at about
nine, o'clock. The trsex county therlff
from Barton reached tho Junction at four
o'clock Monday morning and soon left for
Newport, where the prisoner waa sen
tenced to servo not less than one nor
moro than four years. Henry LaFlamme,
18 years old, who had '.iccn In town tho
past three weeks, was convicted Monday
of breaking and entering the Vermont
Bakery company's ofllce anil sentenced
to the Vergennen Industrial Miool durlns
his minority The boy came to White
River Junction from Fair Haven, Mast,
Robert Morris Stevens, son of Attorney
and Mrs. Roland Stevens, and a Junior
class student In the Extcr, N H.,
Academy, Is at homo for tho summer.
At thu commencement exercises, he re
ceived honors In French and Latln.-Dr.
O. W. Daley. Fred A. Caxr and Major
James Brown arrived homo Saturday from
a. two wee.ko' fishing stay at Lake St,
The local White River lodge. I. o,
O. F.. attended the morning service Itf
tho Congregational Church In a body.
Gordon W. Wilson was in town ths
past week with his father, W. Wilson,
who is noon to more hB famiiv tfi
Sharon. Arrivals In town Saturday,
for the summer season, were Mrs Phil
lips, wife of the Rev E. W Phillips,
pastor of tho Me.moriat Congregational
Church, Worcester, Mass. and Mrs. Phil
lips' sister, Miss Carrie Chamberlin,
teacher of history In Flsk University.
Nashville. Tennessee, Mrs. Phillip and
Miss Chamberlin are daughters of the
late Rev. and Mrs. E. B. Chamberlin.
Mr, Chamberlin was for many yearn
pastor of the Congregational Church.
With Mrs Phillip are her daughters
the Misses Charlotte and Margaret, the
first named, a member of the sopho
more class In Smith College.
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kcllnm nf tj.
over. N. II.. spent Sunday and Mondav
with Mrs. Fred Culver.-At the Me hodlst
rM,,-k C 1 ..... . ..".luuin.
Church Sunday, children's exoreteM -r-
held appropriate to Children1 r,,. ...m.
at the Congregational Church the Rev-
-r. .-Moseley gave a special sermon to
' the Masons, who attended in a body
1 Kenneth Chmtie has gone tn Springfield
Mass.. for the summer, where he haa
1 employment, A mistake was made last
wpek In the announcement of the coming
1 of Thomas Bosworth from Chicago. Ha
ls reported to be en route this week.
J,rs- Nellie Whitcomb and family havo
moved lo the Skinner in..,. ...u.-u.
' L"e ndve rented. Jllss Elsie Hlhharri nf
Barton is visiting friends in town hii
' w'e- She is to go to Randolph Center
, - " .-...- uinudru waa
graduated from the Barton High School
wi uic summer. .viik: frikk.1
n trrv iT.tn. , .
'' su ujiu expects to laKe a
course at Bay Path Institute next year.
G. 0. P. CAMPAIGN
Harding nnd CooUdgr Meet and An.
li ounce Parry's Poller
.v asmngton. Juno 30. The Republican
, v-.-r.Mir-ntiil campaign will be based "on
, nn ?rn,''! to restore party government aa
a f""l"tl'.t.'io 1?: yubstltule for personal
1 K .' " .-enatnr Harding, the party
uii..i.aw aicrounccd to-day
. ?u r cor.'--r-ncc wltb Calv'p Colldge,
ruunmr, ',-i.ite. ard r.'pt'oyia! Chair
man Will It. HKVT.
Ar the $.ii-c time, Go-ornor CtwJlds.i lis
ia fcrmal i-tatcme-Tit declared Oat thi
must bo "a return of puWIIc on'.'lon to
ward a svlf-c-rv-r! by tbe peorte. toward
the great and ove-. mastering 0-nire to
observe tho law."
Sen tor Harding")! statwnient said
"Governor Coolie1;?- brn.Vf.'iste.l with r.i.
thJs morju-ig And wo have aercei! that v.e
will liaw tse camp.Hsr on aa apnea! t.,
r.'ori iovernrcont js constitu
tiona! substitute for peraont.1 governrr.tit
"The goverr.oi and I havo each served
as lieutenant governor in our Stat'j, and
we both have learned from oxptronce huw
pcsrib!c It Is for a stAjoni offlclal in a
Btnta to bo a helpful part hi a party ad
ralnlrtratlor.. I think the vice-president
should be more than a, mere substitute In
waiting, in re-establishing co-ordination
belwoen tho executivn offlco and the Sen
ate, the vice-president can and ought to
pl.iy a hig part, and I havo he.;n telling
Governor Coolldge how much I wish hlra
to be not only a participant in the cam
paign, but a help after the establishment
of a Republican administration. Tho coun
try needs the counsel and the becoming
participation in government of such rr:eri
as Governor Coolldge."
(Jovornor Coolldge's statement fallows:
"I am hero to co-operato with my as
sociate, wte havo many problems ahedd
Many men havo many remedies. Tho best
remedy is the observance uf the consti
tution and the laws, not their enforcement
mind you. I am now speaking of that Of
course tho government will enforce tho
laws. That Is far from enough. Thero
must be a roturn of public opinion toward,
a self-control by the people, toward a
great nnd over-mastering desire to ob
serve tho law. When that Is lono tho
other problems will fall away, there will
be peace, prosperity and progress."
DELAWARE'S POPULATION 23,003
Washington, Juno 2i. Delaware, first
State whose total population has been an
nounced in the llth census, had a growth
of ai.OS:'. or 10.2 per cent In the last ten
years, making its total population 22,003,
thu ciums bureau reported to-day. In
tho lev years ending with 1510 Delawarn
Increased 17,5S7, or 9.3 per cent with u
total population of SK,Z'i!. Now Castlu
county, containing moro than half thu
population of tho State, had an increasn
of 20,051, or 0.3 per cent, whllo Uio other
two counties showed ducreases. Wil
mington, largest city in tho State, made
up 22,737 of the Increase In Now Casthi
county and Jumped Into tho cities of tho
IW.OK) class with a total population of
HO.ltK, uu Increase of 2C.0 per cent ovc
1110. Ten years ago Delaware was- ITt.i
In population among the Statcu with abuut
Sijjrti more pcoplo than Vermont and
about 121,001) more than Nevada. Un two
State.1 with the smallest populations In
area Delaware ranks ue:;t to the btnall
est State, Rhode Island und In ll'W hud
103 inhabitants to the. square mile, rank
ing au ninth State In 'that respect.