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IKE BUilLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1920.
tTCailWJIILllli 5U a idvc:'Js?nr In this cfjKm:i iflfi (Mtii. a. uviH e.nsh III lj I ist--t.i. f. ... inlt Vl I '' chhiijfAsd every C'l&h I j in .idwucfi ruu-ied. No ( j iuJ". tinajon'J tuLvn which i :s iesv, tVue 12 wurdfi. tw 1 1 line:. S'juciri! tcm: tc nd VerJors 'iflxAr. vtitn 250 to ' ) 1,000 linn-? within. .'2 ':on t J 6cc'jlnv month.. t., ..pn tne; rw'y ;td,.. xr.i. iju( wsi.I-hI niq ivn cw.'.ipisl-j iVm:.. c-.. 1 tC.t, 'f-f!-l irt ftin"! lu'ril), t1' inn tr mv cr.!l"i '.' I'luV'i , !i'w.i ,,,. ni lt i"' ni.-i,.:.. .''jtl.ioi -riy nr.'l (.""O ijni.- Vilto t.-.r itf-T li-;u ll" '' ati. .1 , wui .po-tc..ft- In rtillt -luxry or n.siou ...;. V.'.tl a v njiptn- 4J. It . til ode li 3 U AO Ml 1 ff y TJ (Pj i J i S fjn yt i'i "Pl'i'E fi '' & J 4ni i H f j jj ; MVMWi. d'4' I .U'.'-aCjij prt)jcy rt Ooa 3..:. W.T.rl'iitc. Read, 'iirn. .-;k. oj:ii l'z -rea w.C'iliti 0. ?o; .icr'tl. j u.i '..iix.lio oi Hit. W. .V.fn. iii So 'jaitr uri:ru-t':a, v.. .... ; t i ni. .-"c To-U'.y jy Hc.t" lYpmy .'-; t i"!.i!dtv.n if Cjl onU, N c.i.i; usi?;;." jf Buoie ':.-lf. CV.r. p. "Jo tf)Wl, 'A'fJ:rr: V. Vhl.K . cf A:oe -..-.a Cjn'.i-a tlo;ii frn .! .'.i.i,- 'i ;t.,!J:''. MU'.''o liry f ..e.ii'jr 'lo. N irh vrinl!,,r und rrk'ir n"d Pls'ii.. tyi'.nu- Wilnan 'fhymio o? Mrr't-clnr, r.. i. pra.1 nt. Af tAi rhfc'Set ".ire. a riir.'t'n.- wim hold Ir '.Uty ITaJl ind riv dt-Kr'." ' on 'enwl nn a class of : .indldate bv the diNtrop team of .1 e '.n.vi fi'ii' " 'he cioso ro frel mentK Mosr. served.-llss Marc I.asftway L . nd iii. ! e .. i miner :ichof! at the. CJri .".'-.! tv of V..rmon' -Mr. and Mrs. W 11. Adams i.r ccHirr.ed r':-. a vls.lt to Mrs. H Whcidock at lier cottaB on Woodbury pond Mrs. T". M. Ciirtenter of Addison Is visit'ns Mrs W. J: Thompson. Mrs. W. XI. Warner has returned from a week's sojourn on Mrunl rhilo. Henry -V. tVneciock wont j-e.;ter-flay to Barre to attend th funeral of his wife's brother The Verccnr.es Gun club will hold a fhoot Friday afternoon. Charles Dunmore of Albany. N V.. called Or)' frlonds In to-n;n yesterday. Thp chil dren's playground back of the scnool bulldlnfr, was opened yesterday under ihe supervision of Miss Novak nf Mlddicbury. STARKSBORO WVJV I LD liurv .j. d . , a w!, on ? " U ; 1 ,r"' c: Canada and wet. married In It'.'. In .Vow H. F o. Hraon. Vt. t, 1C.. vfcell heiUvp, a.,d. '.ry K,tor , harvesUnh, ha" 1 P'1 r; IfVwSntoS . rr. --i I -'m. o -ntuu-.vH b.tcr lie ,rt,,tfh a ,chf cron - mtrrt n,a,3. I'"- '.h',r..n.eaul1-fc pf h!s J,lj"- Mlfs Velma Sears has been called t i tlio rhurcli met with Mrs. R, H. Day Hartford, Conn., hy tTUi serious Illness of Tuesday evening. .Some from here at her mother. Mrs. Fred Sears. Miss ! tended the community services at tho Gladys Caldwall lias returned to her iko Sunday. The Rev. Mr. Hapadorn home in St. Albans after several weeks' will speak njxt Sunday. slay with her grandparents. Mr. and Mr. F C. Smlth.-Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Eddy spent the week-end at r. C. Ful ler's in Jonesvllle. Mr. anel Mrs. F. S. Fercuson were at J. W. Berry's In Rich n.iond Sunday. Mr. and tr a r. i'i.tiA ,et,,ml v,nm with (i.e.n' fie 1 week's stay there.-Mr. and Mrs. Samuel 1 Harris of Proctor and Mr. and Mrs. 1 I?tlfMc HArrl nf Rrnn.lon were will, llielr , brother. F. M. Harris. Knndav.-Ifcaac , iii. ...v. i i. , ' ......to. nnu uaa L7(.-ci4 ,iti. ..... .'Uti3 ,11 Troctor and Brandon for seven' weeks, returned to his home hero. There will bo no church services on July 2o and August 1 as the pastor, tho Rev. H. P. ni.lft.AH Ul. v.i .,..l t A .1 .. H-1.A I following onleers were elected at the an- , ,i . , v,., --, a itrni tiv,i nual meeting o. tho Good Will Bible class held in Mr. Shlvorctt s grovo July 1C; President. Mrs. W. juuigo iway. vice- rresident. Mrs. Lottie Smith; wcrotary. Mrs. Julia Carpenter; treasurer, Mrs. 1 Glalstcr; assistant teacher, Mrs. Anna Vorguson; corrcsjiondlng secretary. Miss Jane 3lckford. Miss Kate Hartnoy of Bristol Is at W. N. Hill's this week. Mr and Mrs. Ray Clifford of Framing ham, Mass., haw been visiting relatives here. Mrs Clara Newton and son, Clif ford, of Burlington aro vtsitint: her par. ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. F Clifford --William Fltts and family of Nijw Haven visited at N. J Maxdeld's Sunday. Mr. Lowell of Montreal is visiting her sister, Mrs. H. Johnstono, Mrs. Orvls look a few steps with tho aid of crutches Sun day for tho firs' time slpco breaking her hip lat winter. Mrs. William Stokes Downing of Middleburj' visited at F. M, Waist on'.i last wook. Miss Rose Mc .Mahon, who has p.-tji visiting MLss Ruth t'rtrpentey. rotumod to Hrlstnl, Mr, and Mrs. W. N. Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. jior.r waoo ana .Mr. Huntner wero m Mon'tpidlar Sunday. Mr. and Mm. ;urjr,, jiae ar.ii children of Ggdenab'jrii-, JJ. ',. r.re' with 'Mm. Lono's parents. .Mr and Mm. F. C. Smith. W.ilUi- M.ms-o knd T I. Palrsor with thidr famlli-i attended Lho fuher.C of Mrs. Davis in niacaburg Hatirruny. Mrs. Emma Uarton of Railand vl'alted P. M. Hum ls. wsik.-.u A Smith has ccmoletcd i.-istsl'iiic! nt stsaio Iwllcr In his mill r.t the "iilan i .'mo bau1 2,00i) foot of prsbr lr'iur :ind 24 mlnitw rcrcrtliy. Ttii.J(, frwr Brltrtai or.i drawing the trae. LINCOLN Ir K. E. Mocre of Mlddlslmrr ls the t'VMt lit I!rs. W. A Lue.-Mr. xnA Mm lhid AtWn r.t Monkton rint Bar day 'lth fnends In uiwn.Mr, arl Ma. Frank Criun cf StrtrisftaW ar ho&uIU-x iio.f iv.caunn unrc mtn Janwm rjia a;iui TOunjMiiica py nis mouier, Airs, '..'illo Dearborn, spent tho past wook with ?5r. and Mrs. Ovorgo reartorn and olhor fr.anda In town. Mrs. WJt 2uttraUjld at .iprtniffleld, t vlsltlsg V.ih r. la. V".:cJ'r and othsr trim-i-. A P.r-.--. r.t n', if -,n MJtow. N. v,, wit); tholr sa. 7Vea Ury.wA, d Jxr.llv-V.Vi.r Jn Varr.y of lioston l'i tv. rue.st at t'u itmo of hU hivihar, Elsiu- Va.-ney Idlxs Mary ,rnrne.r. who Is uttendlng tho r:. !ou of iruinuicx scliool tn RuTllnj'tim, trint v.ceit-c.-id .il huoMv Willis Cnivo ind ft.-ni);' of iJrennfleld nUUtd on frlonds ln t'lTm j-ncantly, Mr. and Mm. Hu4r.n0 WMtlrynora have neen tho guests at tha horns of Mra. Whlttonwro's idtter, Mrs. Vlc.tnr Duclos. Orotte Sales Is upending a few days at Edgar Viiracy's. Watson Morcin. Jr of Erffitol ts -jiltlng hia 1,aiidmolJ.r.r, Mm. Mary Jforjrr, and othar fiimda. hfra. Cera .'no of East a:idiDtUirr und "m Ennnoth Danforth. ww week-end truest of Mis. Edward Stowe-Forrest Govo ot Springfield '.3 In town to visit h!a mother, Mrs. 8tIla Bris tol. --Mra, Kranl: CoiIjv of Wnrren !s upcuOltig a lew days at the home of Wal ter ColbyMrs. T. L. Rocs liaa been n iijrtaln'r.g ' licr noihor, Mid two nleccj, June luid Vera Thompson of Olenwood, Mlr.li. il Mrs. William Moag dlod Wednesday J morning iiftm- a lonr 1101'. ".' i'l l.'ilt.i. I Funeral licrvlcns will be. held Friday , George Cram and fitm.lv, who liavo been jln Eagle Nest, N. V for several week, have rotumo.1 tc tho'.r homo hero Ray-Ini.'-tiil Hansen r,f Msinsarhucotls Is visit ing dn 'Mt". Mr. t.nd Mr. Oitrnf Has Kett W'.tsor. Vnrney, who h&o beon vis 1 ltlng his brother, LKijnr Viinoy, has re , turned to Boston Miss Virginia Vnrney I accompanied htm to Fraiiiin'ihnm fiiv n .visit with fruims John Uonlvutt ot jflmcnftnli), Ma,!!., I visiting at tho home t I.utorr Kw.t. Varls D. at.eltl!.. or Poorln, ill., hnr. added II bouks to the KHrt , W. BnUcrfMM Mcmrial section cf the II- urarr. , i i OH WELL . . . r-ir- ut tiii !uwr. d'cr..itl n&4 at .Ms .-tunic iiiimy siivT p.r. .icioci- . r. naushiirr, ;,J-; r.;s,-,.. ar.d a son, Wal.or, mid Mi a-l fAi.bc- ar.d 1 nvjihe: Il!3 unal us Wrye'v at'end , on S.rar (!!: ftcni.!r. tlv f.ev. M. !C. i'ady Mii.oii,bi:r o.T.o. t'l-.iir. llunul j um.-. :: Man,..,.'.i! V.'-v, c i.f.,y Mr. Aj.d I Mrs A!;);i Munvvr e.'.ic-ri'i'.r.. il bMjt ,!i v.! :ficir t.",o ,dj on ihf tn-notf,, nml ' Vf 'i..k of i;v ::, frA'ni.ion IjvIhb their ., r.lilllor .ry '.r nd si.'. Mi f'7"i tx'.cii niiin'trji.! Kli'ic, Inclml- A- R- Mr. A onycr li a -,nn!M,-iti, both Mcl-i-iion is .v-tort.ilnir.f ;it ibiu?h er, WV!" Je""if .M.4x .!!, nt Si't.Ki.ni;. Vn.;:u. i ": ncre for Lie drht time ln .'!." uu-s. I "th r.nsr uic hr tu dnuht.-rs. Mtv and i lot.T. :(1!si Racl.ci i:ai:U. ot Proctor, w.ir a vc.irt iciest jt hcV cranrireiita, Mr n.id Mr-. H. K. ;;.-,.-U -1:1 Lsllie, of i ' .Ijli'.-iii, Mm , is . i oi h.a pur .."i. .t. a-.M Mrs. It. M l.tlilv:. - Mrs. ..c--;iis -i ti..cri-ii.ii.iv i'.stcr-ln .eveni, of :.c.v Vor: i .. I Mr Mu. Cco.-r;c ;fli.a,-n a. id 'I'd-. J.MljikO-. ,im,j. . inn. ' ;jc sirar.infi a ten days, with his pnre.v.K :.Jr a.id "i"sb. i Nej.ln,, ,. Ci,.j Mi-tujcr .nil Juc'ft.itcr, ijluur. v.-c-o ,ii jrlt.ijA.-Mi If ilrt.rt u.j ..K. Jii.j Elinor hart ADDISON Mrs. J. C. i.-. , n.i .1 . - - . - . ht. i,7.ra uoiorrao ri I .ronucrnRa, n. I Id fe,V llri.tl iST U .'linn. 'Kn 1 ... , . ' M,,ss w-e ei',tti the nart week nt Air. Buxtor w.is alwayt a pre it work- ,.m e.ation i,rfui ,nd n nr tnrert' it ""B3 ,k-.r pi.",ii, uic pari ween oi the M.rv y!P .-he- 1,3-.ii-1 V- i V; Leon Eddy and family T ln th" church efpecla ly In mlsslotu. h lnn i .i...IUl--L. I., turl: She is survived by t iirfebiothert. lohn n., 'iv,. , - .,'"" ''" "!(n'"S"b-' CORNWALL T Wichita. Kun.. Corhln K.. of Middle- , '"",iU,t "r,l"J J'Ut- , bur- and DWBht r- Slater of this place; Mrt urnri. 1 1..-,. i u.j.-i,ter, j.l,ol. niu vu- Mr. and Mrs Bradford McGranahan :i,so by two step-daughters. Mrs. Isaac it. ?, Iileiin-; ,n .jprl.-.Ml.ld. Mais. and daughters. Ivy and-Clarice, from Howard of West Milton, and Mrs. Mvra Thomas i. to entrr.Mn ,17? I L ,?..f' . T. P - n Snr'otv at s; V".,;.: i -A . E. & Cross assisted bv M .t. Wk of VlLtLtlL ..... 1U.UVH r.ias.s .rom tno west side , T ... ,"M ,n mot wlth them.- Mrs. W. W. riark has as her curst. Miae Mabel Davis, of Putt JefTerson. L. I. lMward Nichols of Bridport has been a recent jruest of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Smlth.-Mrs. r. II. Marshall entertained , her friend Miss Duclass of Whitehall over tho week-end. Klien Oajrc haa been the cuost of her sister, Mrs. Harry Bald- ' win. of Shoreham. Mr. and Mrs. R, E. 1 Smith were Sunday Bursts of their niece, Miss Helon Wlllard, nt her summer camp a tho iakc.-Mrs Gladys Anpd is tho , B'itat of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will iam Palmer. The social committee of SALISBURY A large numnei attended the Ice-cream social and food sale at the Methodist Episcopal Church last Fridav eveninc. a,'1 $17 was cleared. A. J. Keach and f",n;"spe;lt hunfly Basin Harnor "'"j1 'ra"ot Kcach- ls "The Lodge. for the StlmmOr.-MlllCr LOVCtt lfl "tUndlne the summer school at Rut land.-Mr. and Mrs. Dudley power of Hampton, Jf, J., wcro rccont guests at the homo of C. A. Bump. Mr. and Mrs. E. C MacMurtry and family wen; rucm at the homo of T. J. MacMurtry in Coni- wall Monday and Tuesday. Miss Maud ".Zn L 1 r ir'Hiisori camp. Lake Dunmoro. Mrs. R. fa. (jn(nroM of oilreath, Jf. C. has returned , ,,. ,,- .,' V ... ,,...,. ,. tts-.i- ... nv. ..'J.t.u lu.ri nii;nuillb ACCfi W1LII .on(f of nos,ton ls'a'A. A. Sm'e.vV'n for ,..i.n fr ,,n,. t.-i j .,,. 'Cloves entertained tho Daughters of Ruth Tuesday, at the homo of Mrs. Kclscy. Lunch was served. Miss Grace Johnson Is spending a few davs with, her slstei, Mrs. Fred Ellis. Through tha kindness of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Stoddard, f'ollyann-. club Is cnjnylng a 10 days' outing at their camp "Perry Lodge" at I.kv Borne soen. Mrs. Ellsworth Bonton ana .nti. Jainos, of Grand Isk- are vlnitlng at Mr. Bentons. 71iarles P. Holland of Krocktoti. Mass., IretilrTiefl homo Tuesday night, after sixjndlng a few dayu with his slater, Mrs. Mary 1 lamlltor.. C A. Sampson luis gono to work for the Rutland Ra1lnid, pal ntlru:. -Quito a mirnlir of lilr. frieaiJw gatiicrod at t.hc hnmo of lirrn A. Ellis on Mr.nday civciilng, to telobriiXB hJ Mtb blrUiday. ir-o .'.-eiim iced cake vr served u I i. pIchmiiU timo ejJ.'oyo.! tiy alL NORTH rERKieyUP.! j itr ari1 'Mrv' "an,'w r- Dean, and tVi iMlssw Fran .n Wbe-olcr, UjibJl Italley ' 11 0,1 Je;u.i AJA-tm r.'ijoyo a trip In Ml JAIoneCild 33J.tlay.-Dr. and Vrs. B. S. ,"of'- "-llr' HP to 1,nr, Rome- S'2ai:-V.r jii.I M". F. E. Bnkt- nn,J l:t:i,ti .r. snd Mr. mil :c. Ole BaK ,',' - ',l ,-1 " '"V ' fch-ee j i.nko Euneui. -Dr. ni Sirs. K fv Imxi mI J. L. fti. f,K';I'. ';cx 'c ''eYmutrih Julj U s tail OooUdg.j raco.iUno. 'fluid wer rrf1' tbou.anJ ?wru? !i.im.mj. o Mrw. -r. ". .''"oni'en atvi Mr. rnr mm. acov Ibert Rull v'l'.v Mn rvl Mr. P C. Boriman I.. 1'wt U'nldJfVury Sunday. rtr-l Cll M.-1-ltnW Jf Tr(cte.l tricot. r,. n, i.n.r.- .., rcriiH'.- Pii';aar. -Tho iuuial yUa of tho Ladle Aid will r held 'in 'im VTIiaolar U wn July B. Mr. aaj Xri. W. Jt WBUami 'Isilcrl frtn'ls in iTrtslnt tiin, -y, Mra JmftB Field . vtalJnjt In RnrUnstoa NEW HAVEN m Ti.aw h ta 'elnriiert to U t, r l.o-iif, in North E'.ta r-fiiur passing; too tint -4-ith Mir Oiushtcrs, Mrs. i i imi.-u (, wikusoii oi IlorllnKicn spoke in Uui 'JnnirrcKnilonaJ Cl.jrrh Snuday mominc !n the interest of iio Antt-Saloon fxgtie. Mr .and Hrs. M, S. Oulnlau and V. C. Llttto worn ct 'J. C. Ooueai ihin lay .--William Bennett end .'smlly jpent .Sunday out of town Mr und ".dm. I .'. ;jnre.st wltn Mrs. V, M lUaujwltU .und ma Evwrust wr.ro at llcjiuj Aiui Inn imp day -Airs. AbbK Motors r'.'cently visited Jilnt. Surah Wheeler. G. C. Coatcs was In Jlarilnuton Vuesnai', WlUJam f.lowe ,uid family wltls 'jtends 'rom "Iriaujl motored to Lake Iliamioro tfunday, -Arhnr Hlnman of Middliliry i In fiwn hrin(f his iuUiar in hay'ju.. ai inn nome or Mrs. rrnss nn i..u k... v. r -j ... Wednesday last Thirtv-riv I die .V. A r o , V ' . T . M,tr,(t- Lake was SO years of ape and in uttondLcT-r r T ri ''.."fLt f: ".' Lan?' l'.H' La1e Murned o!,lad been ln fa1n!r heah for somo .. . ..or. nut nis nome in utiawa. i.an. .Mrs. pirw n , ti,i m-, i im,,. i,v, .t,n ,-v,- , b.-en as wall tho past week.-MIs I.nni.n -u..i... u Hslt,eH JIrs. LlmORe. with whom she re-; Klntor win enteln the V,endshlp Club 'daughter. Vr. A ly.- a. ner Hume, ..loncay eveninc Julv rr.. e.n.L, u v. nw tkltVi ei a Ariaf tAr .... ' ClinDRH A AT 1 Walter Moore of Seattle. Waatv. Is visiting his father, L. E. Moore Mr. I and Mrs. l;. D. Collins of Hast Orange, X. J., motored up for tlie week-end with their aunt, Mrs. C. D. Jloward, who re turned with them Monday to East Or a'H:o Mlr.j Charlotte Fculo of Fairfax la u guest of Mist Nornut WaJte. Mrs. C. AT. North visited In Grafton recently iHi-s.u. u. i lorcoot aut;nnd is vlsmntr and .Mrs. Prederltk P- forse! three broth her E(3ter. Mrs. U II, Vfttlngham. ! crs, Martin, Joseph and Daniel: and threo Mrs. V. J. An.lerne.:-. vnu a recent Bucst sisters, Mrs. ttdward Kroeman, Mrs. Fred if AtoJaln Anderson. Mrs. J. nice and McQueen and .Mrs. Udwnrd Hall Tho VJm cf 3r.rlni-flctd. Mnai,, are funeral Hns hlrl Mnrwtnv mnMlIni? at nlnn i.nust.i of Mr. and Mri .1. C. Moore.-Mr. and Mrv. n. 11. Holmcu arc ontertalnlne tbo'.i nltcc, Mb::: Collins. PANTON IJr. Pavi.ton of bt'ili'.iitlon will prach at the Fvtnratfx! Church th first Sunday !ln August. Kert fiurlcUy. Children's day, xercwea will bo held Iff th" Methodist Kpiucopat Church !n plate ot tho Sunday whool. Mrs. Cynthia .V-jlntyr of Ver- seniles and Miss Jessie Nol'.l or this p'iaci lflft vlu !oit l(ynr, N. V.. whore h.ry wi, .,...... ... ... . .fu BRISTOL Mr. Hazel Hall and Amy and LoHio wllh vlloi resided. She la alo sur O'Hrien went f. Bm'.lnitnn Tuerday.- vived 1, 1". grandchildren and three Kicat Mrs. Jonnln Kolahan of Manchettor h.is Krmdchildren. The funeral will bo held been mailed here by the poor huHh of her 'istcr, Mrn Minnie Orovcr. Jamer. Ha-cr or Brandon was );i town Monday. Mr. and Mr-. P Si. Brown went to Bur llnlon Tuesday to visit their paror.ts, !.". :n1 Mrs. Henry Brown and Mrs- Kdlth 3i-own. rorie.i'ci'snian Crocno waa I.i town Monday. MONKTON RIDGE Trlday ovenlng of tht week ther 'ttl be a reception .it the home of . Air. and Mrc. Karle Mei.ler for tho Bov. n.id Mrs. Ratpn XnlRh', the new Friends isto-.- and fclu xrtt fcnd for,An(rnsl 9. IK?;, to Mr. and Mr.' A.ro tho Bev. !Lnd Mrs. J Kdwar nKnsorr.". Plater. Her early ;if) war, cpent In Muira, who ojp"Ct to lirvo f.ir tl.el-. .ictv fie'. 1 N V. Frv,m there slic moved to Ksix .i renne?c. Efirt-oav interested l:i Junction, whorn she lived fot several llw eharcn and it-j work ar- cordial':. ln-t:.i- n..u Arc row bclnr: held at 'h Fr-..ids Cno.-ih Sundry eveninps at 7.0 t...ci: and prA.je. msl'ns . Th.:-ilv cventnfia rt clgct o'clock. M..1.-: Cf.rne Mil" otjr.-.ed Satardav fioi.-i .i 10 daw visit In xw Toi-k. St:: und Frcnk Crtdv cv wor...ur Maiden. Mass.. were recent visitors at ,th home of Mr and Mrs Herbert Ben- ""-"" " "t neen at tne nome oi ir. anei lrs. A. Li. "t:- nlM?: .Sn"l?.Lantnd Mrs. Albert Aubrey of Brooklyn, N. T is vlsltlnt; her sister, Mrs. Summers Spauidlng. HANCOCK Mr. and Mrs. Amos Maxham and daugh ter. Ruth, of Bristol visited old friends ln town last week. There was a reunion of the Maxham family recently at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thaddius Maxham. there being 14 present. Henry Manning, Sr., was at home from his work in Rob inson several days last week, laid up be cause 'he was kicked by a horse. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott went to Barre the first of the week for an indefinite stay. WALTHAM Mrs. G. L. Hazeltlno of White Plains, N. Y.. recently visited Mrs. W. H. Jack man. Mrs. Grace Sanctuary of New York city and Mrs. C. E. McClen of Addison were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Anson Hallock Sunday. Andrew Franklin of Mlddlebury recently visited at Anson Hallock's. Elroy Sneden visited friends ln Panton Sunday. Miss Marie Sherblno of Mlddlebury Is the guest of Miss Helen Otis. Mrs. Mint Straight and two daugh ters of Jay. N. V., passed the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Otis. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Lee and daughter, Harriett, wore ir Fcrrlsburg Sunday. Mrs. Ray Moulton of Panton visited Mrs. C. J. Snedon Tuesday. Mrs Alma Sawyer of Kenfdngton. Md., is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. A G. Hunt. Don Booth or Grosso Point is mnklng an extended visll :o friends In tnwn. Madam Sneden It, vlBlting ner nephew, Ray Moulton, ln Panton. Euphrosynn and Delana Ward aro Improving from their rorcit llh.sss Mrs. A M. Harris If. visiting her duuxhtj, Mrs. Erncft Bristol, ln Panton. BRIDPORT Wllinrd Chandler spsnt the wttik-cod with friend ln Salisbury s.d Fores. dula. -Mr and Mrs 'Jor2 Tliunton cf Lobanor.. K. K, ini spendiu some tlc-..i at th. homn ot" Mrs. I'lurato t's .rothc.r, Frank Allanl. Tf-r made) tli tr'p by aiuoniobI.-X".- Httguw .'iiV of Uolj'jlit.. M., jo vlflL'nc fi'o Mr. Hughs' llrrthi and suiter. Patrf J. bik'. Kulherino MnOtuHj, 'if tlU. l."i Mr am.' Mjs. Gveirnni Thurhtuo AJid Mo,. Wnir. AXlarel ana daitsJrttn, dm JU. bott aaa .Mnt Stnkae r'-tororl to Hub. bardiop .Miar vrl hstteA Uv. Infant ton o' Wlllani CuTid"r o!Jy Pntnir and Hsrry Brown motored lo Bri'on last wa. an 1 calUV. ot Mha Palmer's father Charles JT.toer.' O. E. Convuo.1 la not mush la4iiti'it. To on)." son, an liitan. nt Mr. :tnl M-"j, I.',o Car..?, J'irj 13. SODUI STARKS30R0 r nd Mrs. Ororv Vamey an Kr. anJ m.r .TtT, nieaarnan. , w.wicui1lc(; ov,r , . , -on'.ntc gnesi. of Mr and Sirs. P-ul Younr.-. IOIV, lh( j,.n u-. !VJtt c. ; nwin. u and Vt. Jch WWht were c.wsta j c ;t, , pbrinleu.J.uiL w tenday at Vomer neartam'. In Llnsuln. .,,.. ni .. :il. m ,-na.l Mr. ail Mrs. Jwopl 3r-)tv yity of ho, rd Mv. E:l Atkins In Llrooltj Pv-vlay Aodrorw pa: aoci family rfr oalle.ra at t'ivld J-'oiianabe Thursday. Te.lr rttv. Miss Ruth Vtlbvisnea, t.turnd with them The children rt Clar.on Halttxik are JU with iarlet fever M's Kvi'Ia Vamcy la itt )ntc her brtithw, Frank Vamey, at Saa ton'a lUrer. GRANVILLE Goor Vttl'mvi and uOn of Jb uion, N. H., ejalled 'in frlonds here last week. Mr. Matthews vraa a resident here about 30 years aio and worked it blackmlthlnu Athanea Duwault Imm Maine opent several days here irlth "ila brother, Aihnr fatully, rn- turtalns; to Maine Monday. Horace Taylor and family find A. B. Wllbcr wero in Whitlntr Sundcy. Mrs. P, I). limb and Mrs. Ella Lamb vei-e In Waltafeld Monday. Charles and Riley Eostwick have purchased of Royal F. tt ffmtth his fann on West Hill In nrf.nvUIe Mr. and Mrs. Horace Hook spent several days lust voek with Ihnlr laoghter, Mrs. Pearl Sanders In FUichester. fOrm Ho-jk of Stoneham, Masa, is 1slting friends In town, Mr, and Mrs, YIll Gloason and daugh ter nf Rutland were visitors ot Her bert Campbell's Sunday. Chittenden County WINOOSKI i cvl Ouyelte of . 5;t. T'f tcr ttreel dlud at his h'tne 1'Mday tnornlnp at the no if 0 ye.ii-s. He was hmn In Colchester In IS'1. lie is survived by his wlfo and three dauRhters, Mrs. Henry Ottdett of Montrval. Mrs. CIiiivIpk Bliau of Jericho o'clock at St. Francis Xavler Church, with interment In St. Francis' cemetery. Tim marrlnxo of Michael H. Dcsautels of J Harlow atrcet, son of Mr. itnd Mrs. Hormlsdas Dcsautels, and Miss Bl.mche O. Lcbeau o( Ufi Kast Allen Rtret, daURh- i Ur of Mr. i:nd Mr. Sallme T.cheuu, IcoU I place Monday morning at St. Francis I yavier'.i Chur.h, tho IteV, Joseph Turcot I pcrfromlnK the ceremony. I Mrs. Surah Dashncau, aced 77 years, widow of IMward Danneau, died early Tuesday morning at the liomn of her son, Wi'ilnm yinhn.-nu of 7 Wct street after iT and Mrs. ltabccca Hushcv of Mllwau. .I:ec, Wis,, and one son. William Dashncau tr.M moni.nj; at St. Francis Xavlcr3 Church. I3!l Fi.f.mJ dicil last evu.lint; nt his homo 'a: ll.i West Snri.-.c stre?t of aatlmia. ilo ' vns 7'1 y.vira of a(re yi.Merday. anJ Is rur 1 vivi'd hy hi wife and six children. The funeral arrangements ha.-o net hrou ina-lc. rcepv TiivnrnrMt Mr.'. I.la (Slnterj Buxton, pissed away t the homt- of her brother, DwIrIU C Sl.V.er. Friday mornlnr; at fjiir o'clock followlns an Illness of only two wecha' I.la (Sinter) Buxton, pissed away duration. Ida nuphrnita S.ater was born ysrn. and 8t that time was a member vl lr,G item enpus. ururcn. ror inn pasr - .vaars or more, s!i lived In and around Boston, comini- from N'orth Cnmbric!re. .Mass., last November to make, her homo j lt'1 nfir hre'.htr, D. C. Slater of this Place. Slic wa3 married to Henry Buxton I of Jericho, who died several yir.s aco. Hollls of Burlington. The funeral was held from her late home on Park Terrace Sunday afternoon at :V30 o'ciock with burl- al at Molra, N. Y.. Monday. Mrs. Joseph Junior Lake died Friday ""rnlnB at the home of her daughter. Charles J. Limope, Lamoille -Mrs. wiinam itogers or Troy, N. y., one son, Eugene Lake of Newark, N. J.; and a sister Mrs. Joseph Langlols of Burling ton. She Is also survived hy 2S grand children, and 35 great grandchildren. Mrs. Lake passed the greater part of her life ln Burlington, where she was a member of St. Anne's society of St. Joseph's Church also of the Union of Prayer. The. funeral was held from the Church of the Holy ! Family Monday afternoon, with burial 'In the Catholic cemetery. The funeral of Conrad, the nine-year-old son of Mr. and Hrs. Arthur iareau, who reside on the North Willlston road, who was drowned Friday afternoon, was held at the Church of the Holy Family Sun day afternoon at two o'clock. The Rev. J. B. E. Poullot officiated. The boy, a young brother and an older sister were bothlng In the Winooskl river be low the highway bridge at North Willis ton, when they swam out Into deeper water against a strong current. The sister noticed Conrad struggling and beckoned him ashore and told not to fear, but apparently he had become exhausted and must have swallowed considerable water, for a few moments later he sank and d'l not return tn the surface again. At the spot whore he went down, the water Is known to be more than 3) feot in depth. Help was at once summoned, hut to no avail. The body was recovered where It sank four hours later. George W. Wheeler, aged (3, died at his home on Maple street Tuesday morning at six o'clock following an illness of several months. Mr. Wheeler was born at sstanstead, P. Q,, March 3, 1SS7. When a young child hLs parents removed to Holland. Vt.. ar.d Tike. Jf. II. Twenty elgh' yean, aco ho came So this village. Wwre h'i he! slr.co resided. BesJd...:. his wife there furvivc the following cMl dre.'i Mrs. J Mt.lltou 13-illc.i of Mont pclier, Mycii K. Whonln- of Sbndy RUL Mn. Ceo.Te Bdrnr.s and Lo.'i; Vheoier of th4 r.ta-e an 1 Tte'i Whee'cr ot Wood work, an-' the following- bn'U-o.-s, Allan K. of St. John' buiy. Lemuel M.ir'.dlth lr.ns of Moit"i cvn:r, Aluaxo of Co!f.'n.Urr. J"ntnK of N.jnrpo-t, a.,d ni.e slstv, .Mm. Mi.ry FJIIott Jf Derby "t?K rauitnj win be hrirt fror his )jta hoin.' Friday nflmoou jit two o'c.'.otrk, uitp barlal L- (Ju vil'ne. 4 cem-tery. The roiV. of oij-tji, cem1. or ihn new road TUhi. thli; trdr nt tj -j W!noni vll lire Iia.1 be.,; ,y...))(j.d, a-.-J in .Vut ten la.v.s thi.i pvilje r.p'iroughfar. whir.-. Is e.-irf.ide.-ed oro a' the best pieces of cement r.-.ad In tho Stan will be cl-nrrd oi' olMtrurums an i the guards removed. In lougth rJis roaQic.T Is abou. two and onobm! stIm which Includes mi m'.lu "ti '.b,i anvnne,,.,,!. rosenwHor., o;i irllo tn Wlno-lK'.J anl onn-h:,t mllo In tJds town, State Road Cnnij;ssl"'..- S. R. Ba's Ipsocctea tb irk Siday atI c.t nrfwsod hinuolf plrabl wlUi the progres.! mntfl- im IK. tl.A....nl. .rtn.-rr I ,. trttlrh ,, ,v.. ... ,.,, ,.m h baTltftnr. This pice.j cf rvadway vme. bnn i year po snd I.Uo hurt faJl fully tuetWrdj of Its )nr.KO w.or rxrapioled far trallle trm proved a Mecca, for the autnlsv v;ij; thla lst !ai Cnlsiicd it is well Known travel will seel; no greater pleaauro than over thla ftno Btnslch of road. Mr. and Mrs. H, H. otovans havo pur chased the W, A. SmiUi farm In S!owe nd have already tafc-m nos3etsloii. This farm is about ono hiid one-half miles from tftowe and on uo Stato rood to Mount Mansfield. Mr. Ot uvons uill tnovta bin family t,ixt weak. Tho townspooplo rcirret the losa of Mr. and Mn Stavcns, but wioh theni piosperlly In their new on tar prise. ?.'lt6 Iwjjest real enate tranuactlon to take place in many years i.i this town was transacted Monday when W. F. Chapln fold his farm to u Mr. Comcuu of Car- enwviiie, p. j, Tno COu!d:"alion was KWQ. Mr. Comeau will take possesHlon rcion. A very pretty weddlnc took placo at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Andrews of East clrect W.jdimvday afternoon at 12:30 o'clock ihen their yanngest daugh ter. Ruth E. becumo tho urldc of Philip Hasen of Detroit. Tno ceremony uas per formed by the Rev. Leonard Aldrich. The weddlns march from Lohenyrln was played by Mrs. Ruth riftchor with viclin accompaniment by Miss May Haielton. Miss Itasolton alfo sang ',Oh Promise Ale," The brldo wore a gown of white georgette crepe und carried 11 bouquet of Pink and white carnations, The flower girls were the Allsses Naomi and Ruth Wedgeworth, sisters of tho groom. Only the Immediate families o fthe contracting parties and a few Intimate friends were present. After an Informal reception re. freshments were served by tho Misses lna and .Margaret Tctlford and Miss Mildred Gilbert. Tho brldn has been a successful teacher In different schools having been on last year's staff at tho local school. Tho groom Is a native of Vermont cm ployed nt present hy the Studobakcr Auto mobile company of Detiolt. Tho bride re ceived many valunble presents, Including money, silver and linen. Mr. and Mrs. Hazcn left Immediately for Detroit, where they will be at home after August 1, Boy S. Furrnnd of the Essex Center road arrived last evening from Boston, where he has been lho past month receiving treatment at the Massachusetts General hospital for Injury to one wrist. Previous to this titro he was employed as herd! man on a huge f.um nt Concord, N II, CHARLOTTE Mr. and Mrs. Stanton Coleman visit rd relatives In Starksboro Saturday. Charles Bessette and Fred Mur.tietto Iirvj gone to Bristol, where they have employment. S Fauntclroy Smytbo" of Brooklyn, X. Y visited fHend. in town Sunday. Esmc A. C. Smith of Rutland vtsilej his friend, George Edgcrton, over tho week-end, The advance agent of the Badcllffe Chnulnu'iua met those interested in 'he coming' of that Institution Tues- lay evening und the following1 officers were elected: Chairman, Major Wm. Molrorc; s.'crotary, Frank J, Pope; treasurer, Monroe Hill, The play j:-oun.!r. lire to be opned Fi-idny. :' enourh of the older boys are present hisketball will he started, Mls Haiel Bylngton wll meet the girls bctwii and lii'Judlng the apes of 12 und lo at fi.Sn o'clock. Tlu-rc girls arc asked lo bring lunch as a short hike Is to be taken. Plans for a "Clrl Scout" or ganization will mailn at tills time.- -Sydney Kalby and Wilson Williams were at home from Camp Abnakl fo. the week-end. Tho inwtins of the fidelity clasji of th Sunday school hold on Monday eveninc was well at tended. Prof. .Sproii's of the Univer sity of Vermont was the speaker of the evening. M's-s Kate Kmi'h of Northampton, Mas.s, la with relatives in towr. - Miss Krtli.irtno Rrot ; -ii... itinp: at Saranan Lake. N. Y. Mrs. .1. J. Rons and children of Mlddlebury arc guests at the Holmes' farm. EAST CHARLOTTE Miss Eeulah Dow is attending summer School nt the t'nlv-prsllv nf Verment 1 Airs. Henry Clnxton has rcttirred from a visit lo her brother, Frank Ellison, of Manchester. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph St. George of Warren. Mass., have boon visit ing their brother. F:cd St. George. They wero accompanied by their son, William St. George, and wife, and two children. Air. and Mrs. Ambrose Grow of Bristol 'were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Beers Sunday. Miss Sarah Wooster spent the wecK-ena at Tnompson's Point. ESSEX CENTER .Miss Louise Wright of Essex Junction visited Lillian Blxby Sunday. Mrs. Henry Northrop and Mrs. Farnum of Chicago are guests at Mt. View. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Abbey of New York are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mra. B. W. Abbey. Mr?. Goorge Bixby Is visiting In Ben nington. Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Hnnley and daughter. Pearl, of Milton were guests of G. B. Hanley Sunday. W F. Chapln has sold his farm to parties ?om Clarencc vllle, P. Q. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Stevens of Derby are guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bates. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Cleveland, of Wa tertown. S, D., W. A. Cleveland and Mrs. Clarence Kenyon and son, of Bscx func tion, spent Sunday at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Cleveland. N. S. Story has purchased a farm in St. Albans. H. R. Wilder and family and Mr. Story mov ed there July 16. Mr. and Mrs. William Stevens, of Derby Line, are visitors in town. The condition of the Rev. J. S. Allen remains about the same. Ira Jay Nichols, of Washington, D. C, Is visiting his father, J. I. Nichols. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Nichols, who aro In tho White Moun tains for the summer, were Sunday visitors In town. Mrs. Benedict and Miss Nellln Harty arc spending a vacation with their brothers, Martin and Michael Harty. Mrs. George Blxby Is spending a few weeks with her sister In Bennington. Miss Flossie Austin has gone to Maiden. Mass., for the summer. Miss Dorothy Fisher, of Windsor, is home for a few weeks. , JERICHO Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Pease and two chll- dren. of Burlington, wero visitors Sunday , of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pease. Dr. and Mrs. William Cashmore and I daughter, Mary, who spent the week in I Portland, Me., returned Friday. Mrs. .in:ii i t'ti in, w;:m hum rcn vismng nr. the home of Mr, and Mrs. Loomls Tcnlll, hai loturncd to her home in Wori-este.-, Mass Miss Madge RnoJ Is spending her summer vacation at the hnme of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rood Mr. und Mrs. Roy Frrtirh and son, William, who have beer, visiting at the home of Madam Donrmoro and son William, returned to (hoH home ii IIhth Siiturday. Reginald HoaMns was a visitor Satu.-xluy i Bur lirigtoii at the home of his uncle. Dr. C. A. V'osse. Mr and Mrs. Wllll:un BliiSi ac companies by Edythe M. firry and Belle R. Paryor.s, w-re l'i Bii-lln'on Saturday. Mr. ard Mm. Martin Bullock and family, ot Colcher.tor, anil Mr. Lnn, from Lynn, Mass., worn Sunday visitors at tho home of Mr. and Mm. Wilon Ci'rtis. Miss Mary Pease, of Essex Ccntc". has boen spending a fe-v days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. lxUrhton a Rice Miss Emma Chamber 1 1n, who Is attending summer ichool in Burlington, nat a Saturday and Sunday vbltcr al Cm homo of tho Rev. and Mrs. I T. Buzzoll Mudani licnamore and son. William, wero Hunday visitors In Barre.--M!s, May Adtlan was In Burlington on business Saturday William Russln and son, Arthur, of Jeffcreonvllle, were vis itore in ten:; Sunday Mrs. Cora Trom bly ind sister, Nora Rusain, wcro In Bur lingtnn Saturday and attended the moon light excursion to Wectport Mis. Abblo Foster and son, WrifH. vcro Sunday vis Horn li Richmond.-Mr. -md Mrs. C. S. Brush arid son, Maurtco. and Miss Bige low, and Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Rose were In JofTcrBonvlllo Saturday evening to attand tho pictures and dance, JERICHO CENTER A surprlso party was given Miss Ema Wlssel Saturday evening In honor of ),r birthday annlversnrv mi. nu,i. r--.... j furd of Ru'Jand is tpondlng a few days .inn nor sister, Mrs. F. C. BllS3 Miss Dorothy Jlchols r,f Uio Mary Fletcher hospital !s orjoylng a two weeks' yaca. lion wlrh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nlnhols.. -Miss Jrono Pratt Is at her homo from Burllnrton Mr. and Mis. P.alph Church end children of .Rutlaid aro guests, of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Bylng ton and Mrs. Anna Bellow, a birthday party was given mm. Leon Hall Monday afternoon, fovonteen ladles were pres ent. Dainty refreshments were turved. -SiSth Bruco of Burlington was a Sun day guest of his aunt, Mrs, Irving BaN lard Miss Alice Caswell of Milton U wltn her bister, I.Irs. Ectirey Ballard. RICHMOND The community canning: ltltchen will open Friday morning, H, J, O'Don sell, bookkeeper (it Borden's Condensed Milk Company arid his family are en loylnjr a two weeks' vacation In New l'ork State. Mrs. Albert Chandler and son who have heen visiting her par ents, Air. and Airs. O. A. Edwards; for loveral weeks, have returned to their homo In Bellows Falls. She was ac companied home by Miss Ruth Saylcs, who will spend nomu time nt their summer home nt Lako Sunapee, N. H. A dance will bo given for the hone fit of the community canning kitchen this evening at the high school hall. Katz orchestra of Burlington will furnish music Miss Canning of tltir- Mngton was recently the guest of Miss Mt.rlU,, Tet-,,1,, Mho rAfl r1,l --- ..v-L.. ... eago was recently me guest or .Mrs. v . Ii. Powers. Mrs. Edward Gero and -laughter of Springfield, Mass., Is vis iting her mother, Mrs. Mary O'Brien. The IouiSc M, Smlly Circle of King's Daughters met this Wednesday after noon at the vestry, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fargo have moved Into the liouso they recently purchased on ,,,,. .. .. ... . . nricige sireei. Airs. uonnen ami rrnndchlldren of York Beach. Me., are visiting at 1 ne nome or .Mrs. rora nnd familyMrs. Lawrence Wellln Olmstead. Miss Agnes Padaree Is vis- and daughter. Mergaret, were week I'lng fricuos In Burlington .Mr. and visitors In Willlston at the honje of Mrs. W. G. Shnttuck announce the en- daughter Miss Ahbie We.lngcr was uimemeni i meir uaiignier. l-auiine Dorothy to Dr. Roy V. Sanderson of iiaruoru, loiiii, .mss Hnaituck was graduated from the Mary Fletcher hospital as nurse in the class of lr20, and Dr. Sanderson from the U. V, M., .lass 1D20. SHELBURNE The Methodist Church will hold special services Sunday nnd endeavor to make, the day one In which all the congregation will bo present to talk over the local rlmreli nrnhlem ITrt T 1." MAn,t Pittsburgh, formerly of Burlington, now superintendent of the northern district will preach tho sermon In the morning. At noon there will he a h.isket lunehee.., tn whlrh eve-Ivhndv 1 int.i.eH i. m. .f.inn family Mrs. Hazel Miller, ternoon there will ho congregationnl sins- . ...i.i. ii , ... . iiik wun pi'fimi iiiuMi'. jtev, wamer j r .. . . u .i ., . ... . j ...... -rhe vn-.n ft,, .., i r,. n i.- ',tntharn nf Rutland, superintendent nf the en.-trrr. dlstrlet will nlsn snenW. Mrs. Mary At. Ueyett has been ap pointed o'i" of eight collaborators for the tate of Vermont In the Interstate charac ter edurstion methods research. The Ver- mont eight Include six men and two worn- n. among whom arc Superintendent Chit - tenden Professor Messenger and Mrs. Pearl Wasson, dean of women V. V. M. Miss Gertrude Colts who ls taking the nurses' training course at the Mary Flct Cher hospital, ls parsing two we'ks with relatives and friends In town Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Marsett returned to Spring- field Mass.. with Airs. Ralph Marsett' and daughter Mrs. Sophie Blssonette of Bur- Blssonettc Miss Llla Taylor Is passing two weeks' vacation at hir home here Degree Miss Catherine Asan of Middle - burv Is visiting Miss Janet Tower Roy Thorn has returned to Albany, N. ., after n n. fit-n n-eek-s nt hie home. Karl Braman is visiting friends in town. Bureau Ladles on the village common Trl.in.. o I t rt r . a sewing club program and several otner matters of Importance. ' . . is.1.1. .liii.ijiiitii.i u ,. ti t-. ui.-i,, - Tr,,,. - t- li.. il.i. ....... it, ,riantl - .-.niur" anil uiun Mrs John A. Hlgglns, or uorset street. HJr lilt- I Ctliaiiiuci wit; ruiwiMC.. HINESBURG Miss Elinor Felld of Washing- Iltl l n ll .11. ,J T . .,,,0 . v., ... ..u... 111.. T..rtt1 la Mn.rtlnv.er1 In the Trea.Qlirv .n X- T n r a n. ft t II ItAffl & Mrs. Jennie S, Isham and Miss E. C. apartment ln the village rarlyle cam or D.tnl C-Arir, eawe tjTtlirHnt- tn visit. Tnhn If e flnr. ni I r-h Tr. P V. Bnswick .mrl Infant riauchter returned trom tno Mary Fletcher hospital Sunday. The regular meeting of LaPlotte Chap- ,r n IT helrl lflst evenlnsr. Tip. grees were conferred on several can Peterson of Fair Lawn. N. J.. came Mon dav to spend two weeks with Mrs. W. E. nrirewc iiiss i-ifiitn t'eierson was a mr fnur.nlece orchestra of Vergennes has PPCn fllftclSCi, lu .ut.i.i. ..." dance at the town hall Friday evening The annual meeting of Hope Circle of King's Daughter will bo held at the vestry Friday afternoon. HUNTINGTON CENTER Henry Rowley of Shclburne visited Mrs. Cordelia Ellis the middlo of last week Ward Bagley of Hudson, N. H.. is vis iting his undo. H. W. Sargent Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Hlgley and daughter, Marlon, of Richmond are visiting Mr. Hlgley's brother, A. H. Hlgley The Rev. and Mrs. Edward Ransome of Monkton and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Russell of St. Al bans are visiting at Marble Pierce's Mr. nnd Mrs. Forrest Norton and William Clelcland of Enosburg and Mr. Cleveland's brother from the West visited Mr. and Mr. Roy Cleveland, tho last of the week. Mr. and Mrs, Luther Russell ot Mid dlesex are visiting at Henry Russell's Earl and Ruby Sears went to Hartford, Conn., Saturday, called there by the Ill ness of thir mother, Mrs. Lola Sears. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mix and sons, Clif ton and Glenn, roturned to Montpeller Tuesday after a few days' visit at G. F. Warreii's Isiaih Strong1 of Boston s virltirig his brother, F. R. Strong The nome Clrclo meeting that was to have been held Wednesday ha beu postponed until August 4 Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lib erty havti b.igun housekeeping in Lyman Hill's tenement Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hlgley, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Strong and Islah Strong visited Mrs. Clara Fisher In Bristol Sunday. WESTFORD Ice cream will be sold on lh common s-itiirriuv eveninc for the benefit of the library Winona, Grinnell. Constance and . II Bl"'- - jiuiB r,,....-......"., ....... ...... w fnr two weekn The condition of Grace iim .ni .nn, in.itnAr Mm lane nn. nun whn was onerated on at the Marv favorable. ur. uurrui. wno lormeny practiced In thla town, but who Is now rtrMMnir in Harr ncton. Me., called on Viaa Satitrrljv. IT a9 ft m . named bv his wife. Lillian Howard, the young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. H Howard broke both bones of her lower arm Monday. She was trying tc mount a hcrso and when one foot was In the stir rup the horse started. The break was about two inches above tho wrist, WILLISTON Mr. and Mrs. Harris Metcalf and child of Waterhury ura guests of Mr. Metcalf's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. II, Metcalf Miss Wlnnla Leonard was In Richmond Sunday Mr. and Mrs.' Delbert Burnett. from MAlne were guests of Miss Jennie ......n .,w - n ... bui.i ... , . ... . . . .... daughter, Mrs, Terrier James Mahon and Elijah Rollins attended the funeral of James Mobbs Thursday In Essex Junction. Mr. Mobbs formerly had his home here before going to the Junction The selectmen desire to meet the tax payors of the town of Willlston at an Informal meeting at the Town Hall next Monday evening, July 26, to discuss ways and means to handle certain problems which are of special Interest Miss Barbara Rrown, who has been vlsl In Charlotte, has returned. Miss A Conner Is spending her vacation with mother, Mrs. Katharine Conner. Dr. M. I, 1 A 1... Pennsylvania lire visiting Dr. Bushn .inn ,.ui eiain Hugh r. - 1. . . . . j-un,ji,i:ii ttiia h inrrncr resiucn i.iiimiuu hum n irrnnnnie rr me .Me College In Burllngton.-MIss Nellie Isl from Burlington spent Sunday with iini cihh. -ill. 11 n 11 .i tJ . ' P lb (inn rr) nomer i-rior and Mrs, Terrlen wero ui iuwn raiurnav. Alnrtnn .inmes. lo Terrla and Orvls Pi ice were at Mall Bay Inst Sunday. The auditorium of U A t V....I I ... . ...v. ,-i-v.ij-hi 1 iiurcri was u$i 1 wun electric lights for the first time day night. Two autos smashed Into other last Monday In front of Fr Talcott s, .No one whs hurt. ST. GEORGE Knn. tinrnld' J, nK... I, .mi. miiu .nr. .1. 1 naries iiuraiCK At. .. - . n...... .... Vn--v ..in. -,,! . .i -.1 J . - ... w.., .......,.,(., ,,. iiui ni. t t u . their cousin and s.ster. Mr. i.n home over Sunday Earl Ayer and Donald, were in Bolton Tuesday. HUNTINGTON 1 nt- im., 1 iiuinus ,finm an.fi . Adams went to Chester Tues lav fo Mrs. Adam's father, Mr Goldthwa who has been spending a week v, them. H. R. Lyster of New Roche N. Y., a former resident here, has b spending a few days In town. Clin Mix and family were Sunday visit " ,T" , ""enn Mor on, Mrs PUk Mory r Mrs', A' ,U', ,Vnorp ,of. "'i11"'1 .w ' " viMiura oi .1 .-.pauia I T, brc" vlsl,lnK returned ho i with them Siindnv Instln Stokes. ' , , ...ri I t'niuriiL. ih ill vrrv nnnr ne.i. ' Airs. A K Carpenter Is Mslt friends In Moretown and WaLtsfielrl I Air. and Mrs. Charles Dwlre have b: ftnlprtfllnlnt. their dnlltrhter- T.ila was married Saturday In Burling to Sergeant Julias Pinkston Thev 1 here Tuesday morning for North Cn na, nnmn en n,s parents. w-s, r.d , Alix of Hardwick is visiting toown. MILTON , Dr. L. C. Holrombe Ju y 13, 'he follow officers were elected fr the Cemmur Chautauqua to be held here August and ,i: President. Prof Fred Sowers vi presidents, John MrGrath, 'he Rev F son. Miss May Kennedy Stanton Gale Colchester, Thadeus Leach of E 1 Clinton Howard of Fairfax, Dr F Petty of Westford; scr'Stary, Mils H riet r.ogers: treasurer. Supt. L. E Cool . rommltT ee on nr vertlsine. nr. I. t - H Irombe. chairman. A. A Besey Mrc E ner, chairman, Dr. I S Coburn, Mrs J It'.nn.rif tlee file.. Wnnnfir fr 1 .mlttee on grounds, the Rev. A, A,- Bus? j chairman, Frank Grow, Joseph Vie .Frank MayvIlK Mrs. Annette Hoover nnp.Rnn in ;inn cranr naumpr. .1 Hft'ene Oliver, of Montedider. Minn ,on wprc rpcpn vMtoTs Rt npme i Frank S. Morgan Tho ladles of I Ann's society will serve dinner on the Idav of the annual ni'grlmage to the ahr 'of St. Ann Ray Cohurn Is building a n iiuiiii ..n.tvn It, e..,.,v.v ... flca l.tirn Att-lr. nf 5t Tcnlll flnn . lap llhnpt nn nf riTiennta X. re e Milton Saturday evening to visit at , and Mrs. Charles Parker Fror ana m TVnrl Rftwure Mr .TnH Mre W Ttanflrill mntnre.l tn Rllffnln. V. V Si dav. Thev will ne cone, one week JI josepn Blake Is continen to tne nouse w the mumps Miss Bertha Phelps a i Mt. Tnv Wenne.1v. whn are ntle-nd - 'summer school In Burlington, were - llast week, has gone to Connecticut M Margery Graham of White Plains. N. - .wno is auvancn orKuiuzer ui me i i nm John Webster of Swanton is visiting , n ..... . . - ley. JONESVILLE W. A. Church's family was in Jerie Tuesday to attend a family reunion the Church family at the old home far nouse wun tonsuuis .Mr. ana .urs .ire mier... tit ' nrinn Miivrnn s .11 Margaret Foyer of Worcester, Mass., neen a recent guesx oi .ir ann .u the week-end in West Bolton 11 ivimr. .iiish iiriiii v iiiticn is. in urfi Mrs. Henry Pease Ralph Church a family of Rutland aro visiting hrother. W. A. Church Miss Kathen Wholen Is with relative in Burlington ville, Mass., has been a recent guest dan onttairn at mnesnurg 1'onel JO his farm on the stago road .known me iiapgoon i.irm. .inn j. ri, nB niirennKen inn nousp nunpn nv, i to parties from V Irglnla. MILTON BORO days at the homo of F. E. Smith Al , Mrs. Matilda Hlbhard spent the wes ........ . 11 epic . urwo .iit.Miu ann itavmo . , Bobar were over hunday visitors a' A Bullock's Mr. and Mrs. William Deck ' nunutu iuu .umnie uocKer a .Master umy Kicnards spent Sunday uuam uonyeau'B. The Milton Boro Stars will nlav Pftmn CiU'Dtala ftatiirH I of this week on their diamond on A wnnnti n in inn ir nnri Tri cu.n - - t, V- - . . , , ain rLL urn nnmn nr iiioir &nn .in fanean. WEST MILTON Mr. and Mrs. Guv Ibv are the naren ford of St. Albans has been visiting h VunUa A. V r, A 1i.AtU. - . T-r a uv iwj v piviou b. iii. njnnnrKi If J". hm6 "ltht '5'm for a Bn0 - ... vu. ...... IUUL UUU1V II1KI. wepK. i-wt-nj wii n;i i.-ttiifu 10 aress tne wopn -Harold Chapln ot Burlington was" local visitor Sunday. UNDERHILL FLATS "In Corn tA n ....! , fir. ff Vitau A nnllMi. m In one of the halln on important Sta issues. The speaking may he held the village green If tho evening