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II THE BURLINGTON FREE F3EKS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1920.
V hp i.. r' wmi ne iyovpiiv anon. .mth. ttlo Otis nnrl daughter. Annlo Futman, have been visiting friends iiml rcla- p lllrniil linmp. Mr. mill Mrs F. L. vis of Randolph linve been visiting lit home of Mr nnd Mrs. Scnn. ' rho -ses Louvn and Bessie Whlttctnore, o have been visiting for the past week Burlington, returned home Sunday. dam Montague mid Mr. and Mr?. Park itvn of AHnnly, N'. Y., and Prof, and George I. Story and son, Everett, Worcester, Mass., arc visitors at the ne of Mr. and Mrs. H. Montague.- vthe M. Ffry nun Belie it. rarsons I Mrs, Otis Sherman at Cambridge. and Mrs H. S. Woods and daughter, zel, of California were visitors Mon- at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson .11.. It.lllln... h.n..n.. ...I n UllltrlaV Itor with relatives In narre. Mrs. union mtr, i "in ntn'i mi (...null... I I. .. .1 I . . . , I t, n f n n .1 tl V . . . T .1 t.nAM nt l!lpll- WUI n mm i.-.ui.i..,. ii. i..- - ' i ,.iiA.u c.nrl.ii ni Hip liomo Mrs. Abblo Fostcr.-Mrs. KranKim ....... ..! ni lllP. cuon wcrr irnm; ,.,.(-.i.,, - . i lttifnt.1 IVrw. Mr. tic oi r. mm. i mm. .....,... . x Mm. Fred Stevens and ilaugiuer. i.ihj .. .. . - i .. .. , i mi. hi. n:isl lew 1....... ..pi urnprl Imnip. ul Mpi-Ip llrown. dailchlcr of Mr. . ... ......1. it ..... ...i.itp ismtic .. .. ... .. nn fan irnm h mtM.K M.11'1 1.11 in." ..v. I..... - -- rendered nneonelous and was . . 1. - t-o . n 1- Allen HOP- ai wnere an .N-ctj nn t,.r... . - .. ItI'.I. KllOW- .i rrack In the skull. An opcraunn s performed and she. was as comfort- ... ....... T-1. - ...... V P rfS U'UI'l .,-. ........ Malawi went to Corinth, hir' former of p f rnier pansnioncr. .xt um -r u ..... u... nr .Vie. winpfpirat nn pastor will preach the sermon "Ruth The Great Choice" Sunday. In the l 1. . ..Ill UArln - eprlpci Otl Nt. Palll. 'erne Wissrl returned from While. t,.-.iu MnnHav A nartv was . . ... 1 .... T.- n PP3RK ' PR. evening the 22nd anniversary oi 1 - lVi knm nf MfS. TC . R. tumi ift u-af nrr.wnL Mr. and E T Moloney returned from iorK WILLISTON nere ni "p nw i .... I, .t.l ....... 1 . IftA-a' e..tilliP. . I t 4U .nmila ntrlll fPlP 1 Vl P. tdll?.L ii" ...... .. .. iiuucii n ir. .11. ' . ... - J-II1UIIIIII 'lOI'Lr. .. ... H dancer will he continued inrousn summer, however, with another In i WCCRf, vi. rtlrhardftni Wednesday. I ne ... .... 1.. PfcUI..,!..""11 " " 11 ; ' tii th,isnn't""""""lr '' irum aii, iiprmon lor rV U on Mrs. Horatio .lohnson s ,,,.., ,. , , v nights. Aucust 11-12. Chlttcnnen ----- . ,.!...',, Pi: S on .Mrs. Iipraiu .,..1,... .. .1... r-.. Ity lTr,mlltnn from .... .... 111 K....U I,, tl.p Methodist riinciun win .in,i... ... .... ... r-. 1 .. n fit tU'O U 1 . l. ..... .. .. .. ,l.n.l a nnn Ii Clock 1 lu. n. i'iiiih".' ' - -The Rev. II. II. Kicnanison mm npliter. Fun ce. started .Monday i"i old. home in Maine, fl.nrp hi. I Old. num.. Ml ..i"".. II co to Boston to attend the summer ration -A rtnucrhtrr was born to jr. . rj Mrn. .Marr .iui . - -. nircu una i, nn PtiNnrh hill. AS It 1?. ' m job will not br finiRbffl under io .. norniint nf KO mUCU ry In,. T2-rH1nV Wlin llSS DrCn thf Mary Fletcher hospital the paot MILTON nermnrp .mm ,v-. ek from the H. O. T. C. infantry camp Camp Devcns. Maps. Hft rcrelvccl a tni thp senior a.d- nppricourse and was one of V, men Ulln '- .. ..... i... -r ....n-i I l.p.nro .. - n. ..tir., .-.ullpH nn friends ill l.. 1.... Dnt Knnlrp- .inrl ni?htpr. Beatrice, eft last wceK ior :i B. C. Brown and daughter oi waicr- . ii w rl XT Tlplhprt Parker and daughter. Albcrtlne. who vp hppn In I own durlne the past two ir aiitnmnhlle. on Sunday. Miss Mabel I . . -.uin-..nK n r I T.'-lrl.. oflpr a mnntli'ii v:.r:.llon. Hip Powell Is home from Boston, where, has been attending the college summer hool. V. G. Nay of Jericho and Mrs, la i. iiowara oi v noosM wcrr u i'uy rnpn ai .Mrs. iiciwiirii s nump s a position in the centra! telephone cp. irc l c i.yuii. nu nts nrcn ai i s me in St. Albans on a month's vara- the railroad office. .1 p i.iarK ..ipinnrim unnn m iri'p inp r sjit ... niuut.i.p h lu ll: int- v imu uqua is held. Miss Until Hokomlic has turned from a few days' vacation sqient in rPiaiivcs at ni Ain.ins nay. james man i . iioiconine. .ir.. s n.issmc n s cation with relatives In Chicago and ! Phllllps.-.vir. anu .Mrs. v. u. uing ami dlana, going by way of New York Stale , Bertha Jlmmo visited at Rufus Atchln d the. Great Lakes, and is planning to n's In Morrisvllle Saturday and Sunday, turn via the St. Lawrence rivep and 'Their grandchildren, Doris vand Wayne ntrcal.-Cyrus B. Holconihe Is at homo r a lew nays ana is enjoying1 inci",p ""-" autauqua.-Thc Rev. F. 13. Tainee ' airman for the Near Kant relief drive, ti SPni LO I III! Oldlti I IUllI lllrl II AJ.rt ntf(r.tific1 tViA rnu-ntiriennlA Mrc afh,, are vleitlns Mr. and Mrs. Orlando aES.. is nrrc viMiins ijtiiuamitiiitc. mn- i . .. i-i.i i n xMt n was his former home. Mrs. Clark i i r T II . . .AO-n mikct Iftllllll Ul I'l'Mllll,!" t w- Mrs. Uollin Irish.The Hew and mm, D. Homers of IVivillion, N. V.. are visit c their on Irof. Fred Homers, and rs. fiomei. The Community Chautau- . . i ,i .i i n , oNMirili. an I fivlncr nnv.t fni entflrtnintYi(.ntn. Thn oOO season IIK1V4( 'II' Dewey S. Lyon and Miss Martha S. . . 1 i 1 M mU two Viif thn MILTON BORO The. Milton Boro Alt Stars played an U - 1. . 1 1 A.e-i.st 1 ith Camp Wota, the score being 5 to In favor of Milton Boro All Stars. E. Smith Is in 12ssex at the home oi . . . ...... --,.-,- t rv 9 .An' rmvu , it I . . . , Tl, Xl..rti, I". " pVall snent the week-end at 11. r. allock. Sirs. .Mauu jiougnnoon nun rs. Ijester Eaton a.nd two daughters - . . tkl. nl,.n nlt.mlnrl 1. P Hanr. n i .... . Georgia Centre Friday evening. WEST MILTON Mrs. Hortense Miner of Jeffersonville la siting at C. L. Sanderson's. Mrs, Sarah ...ii. Ln.ni a rpw rlnvn rpppnliv in 'est Georgia at the home of her brother, arry Mahoney. Mr. and Mrs. Leon S. organ and son, Sydney, of Burlington ere weeli-cnd guests of Mr, and Mrs. CII7III, -- r C. Sanderson. Mm. nick Bouse and , . . K V nifilp'a fra U..bi . I HIl.u 1..11.1 IM.plr.., . . at rsrtnrryt llriinrnr's .II. . . T r . nrnrtrrn ft n ,1 ar.n . 1 r. and Mrs. W. I.. Gonyeau, Rrnnic and ettlo Gonyeau, and Mr. and Mrs, Harry ichards motored through the Islands RIVERSIDE Mrs. Luthsr Howe is 'seriously 111 at . . t 1. . T f Iln..'. Tltll- ft nnmB ui uri pn. ii,. iiwwr, wini. hyllis Mason, who has been visiting her anumuLTlcr ai Aiuurfei iciujucu uuum Thursday. Miss nernlce Harvey of Al-1 burp was a Riiest of 'her sister, Mrs. C. K. Mason, Krlday.-Elwood Clark Is working for his uncle, Oliver Carpenter, at Ksbcx Center. Mrs, C. U narllctt and I). 15. Oallop lok tho Hiawatha Cilrls for an automobile trip around the mountain Thursday. They visited the. State House nt Montpeller, also other plares of In terest en route. Mrs. tieorjro Henedlct was given n btrthday surprise party at her home Thursday evening. Owing to her fondness for pitchers, both unique and antique, she was given a pitcher shower. Douglass O'Mera of Kllrhhurg, Maf-s., Is visiting relatives and friends In town. Otis Prior of Iturllngton was the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. M. H. Church, Sunday. Stuart MacOlblion was home from .Tohnsnn Sunday. Mrs. C t. Bartln and family and Mtss Klla. Hogers wero In Waterbury Sunday to visit relatives. Miss Hope Scrlbner, who has been In the central office the past two years, has resigned her position there and I. Milan MacGtbbon takes her place, Harold H'oodworth being night operator. Knnlcr. Humphrey gave, a "Bye-bye" party for Lnralnc Hackett Monday afternoon. The Hiawatha Olrls were guesls, about Zn being present. Dainty refreshments were served, and favors of small blue cellu loid boats filled with tiny red candles were given to 0.1'ch one. -Mr. and Mrs. Thalibeault and two children of M Iridic- boro, Mih.i Mrs. David Harvey dT Alburg and George and Kllen Newman nf Clar encevllle, Canada, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. K. Maon Sunday. Word ha-i been receiver! here that Wesley Ayer had the misfortune to lose part of one thumb while, at work In n. machine, shop In Tnr rlngtnn, Conn. Miss Marjorle Prior Is camping for two weeks al "Cnmp Worth while." St. .Albans Bay,-!,, n. Motillon and family are camping at Mallets Bay for a week. The nadcllffe Chautauqua, comes Saturday for a threp-day enter talnmpnt U Is expected that the tent will be pitched on the lot back nf Perley King's hlacksmlth shop. Sunday morn ing at 10:30 the churches will bold union services In the tent with the Chautauqua musicians In attendance. Tickets arc on sale at 2.no for a season tlcKet for adults, and H.no for ell children under 11 yeara of age. Monday afternoon entertainment Is free to all school children and It Is hepod there will be a good attendance. WESTFORP Floyd Hire, who has been sppndlnc sev eral imnths with his father, rj. A. rtrce. returned I ,1 s t week his work In New York. He is much improved In health. -Miss Nellie .1111. oisinci nursp m Braqrord, camn last week to spend her vacation with her parents. She is now attending the sum mer s-chnol of health in Burlington. Merle . " " r:" . """ 'irut.lll. . V'llf, .-.l.-IlL M'lTMl IlilVS in , ,.,, ,. .... ... ...... ... , . v .-. returned from Burlington Monday night. , Mis Grace Allen, who Is In the Mary I Fletcher hospital, Is improving in health. I -Mrs. Stlllson and daughter, Mrs. Bar- UHiii, in pi IPl"ii .ip.ii.-ii ..lip. 0.111111.111 p. I.rnllipp Inhn T?ntrpr rpppntlv Wllllnm ,,, ,. tSt,arnR f;rvorfll pcoplr wrrp R ni,,trrl tfl mpmhcrfihln In the Nantiat . . " 1 ST. GEORGE Mr .and Mrs. Fred Wellington and son, of Holynke, Mass.. arc visiting at the. home of his brother. Lawrence Welling ton, this week. Miss Laura Pillsbury of Bellows Falls is enjoying a two weeks' vacation at the home of her parents. John Leonard, who has been In Kansas City for several weeks, has returned to the home of his niece, Mrs. 1. K. Hins dale. Mrs. Anna Tilley of Derby has been a guest of Mrs. R. V. Forbes the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wln terhottom of Burlington have been in town the past 10 days.Earl 'Ayer was on a trip to Morrlsvlllc, Waterbury and Montpeller last week. Mrs. Oeoree Hins dale went to Boston Friday for two weeks. Mrs. Irving Isham and grand children of Burlington are passing a month here. Mr. and Mrs. Tims Isham of Wllliston visited In town recently at the home of R. E. Forbes. HUNTINGTON The Rev. and Mrs. Adams returned from a 10 days' trip to Chester Friday. Frank Vangllder and family returned from a week's vacation Thursday. Mrs. C. V. French of Richmond visited frifnds In town Wednesday nnd Thursday. Claicnce Andrews has engaged with tho Malted Cereal Co.. and begins his duties this week. T. H. Sweet is slowly re covering from a two weeks' severe ill ness. Mrs. B. I". O'Brien is In poor health. HUNTINGTON CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Liberty and son. Rurlc. visited their daughter and sister, Mrs. Clarence Swlnycr, In Rochester the last of tho week, returning homo Sun day. The Misses Nina Glllett and Marlon De Collalnes of Montpeller returned home Saturday after visiting their uncle. James -vcninson, reiurnen nomc. wim uitm,- lcr. irs- Jia i-eww, in iNorin ..u . -wyman Moicomn nas reiurnen n Home in ipih aioue aiirr pevrrai uiijn at Fay Smalls Joseph Glllett ajid fam ily of Bolton visited at Walter Gortons Sunday. Mrs. Mattle Tabcr and daugh ter. Bvalene, of Westflcld, Majis,, have been visiting her father, William Thomp son, the past 10 days. Mrs Nye Whit comb of St. Albans was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Randall, the last of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Marble Carpenter of Norman, Okla., are visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .1. C. Carpenter. Mrs. Alice Slple of Mlddletown, Conn., visited Mrs. Elma Hanks the first of tho week. Dr. P. E. McSweeney of Burlington was in town Tuesday, called In consultation with Dr. Falby In the case of Mrs. Allen Derce, who Is critically 111. Franklin County ST. ALBANS A Ford touring car belonging to Harold H. Harvey wa stolen about 11.1.1 o'clock Friday from the upper north corner of Kingman street, where It was parked. The number of the car was 10,rw; and the cngino number Is 23B.72S. The po lice were Immediately notified and Imme dlate Investigation brought out that a imtt ." . ,i.i",, ..I'.ul,. .....v 1 .. . . I . I lull liw r, m r ,ll .UIIIH .- ..... street shortly after 11 o'clock. It was oc riipled by three men In khaki uniform. George H. Herscy has retired from the firm of the St. Albans Plumbing and Heating company and has resigned us president In order lo give his entlro time to his farming intercuts and to the Swan- ton Co. operative Creamery association nf which he has recently been elected man aging director. At a meeting -nt the stock holders of the company held Thursday the following officers were elected: Presi dent, C. H, Anderson; vice-president, A. L. Laraway of Watorvllle; secretary and treasurer, R. Roy Anderson. Mr. Lara way was also elected a director, but will not serve In nctlvr capacity. William II. Mason, aged 70, of New Or leans, La., riled at the St. Albans Hospi tal Monday morning nt 6:"i0 o'clock. Mr. Mason was taken sick July 5 while, vis iting his daughter, Mrs. E. f. Jamison of Kamp Kill Kare. The, body was taken to the funeral chapel of R, H, Mecorney on Kingman street where prayer service!! wero held at three o'clock In the after- noon, tho nev. rtalph Stoody officiating, Tho body was taken to Ironton, O,, wnero the funeral was held and burial took place In tho family lot. A. lj. nitiRtinni and dauirhters. Miss Alice and Miss Mildred of Munelc, Ind are visiting nl the home of Mr. Wnq- liam's brother. C. 1.. BlnKham. They niadn the trip hero by motor starting from Munrle. last Tuesday afternoon nnd, nr rlvhiR hern Friday afternoon, covering the trip nf nearly ono thousnnd mllca In Ihree days. A son was born Sunday (o Mr. and Mrs. C.uy Wllletl at the St. Albans Hospital. A farewell surprise party was given the Rev. nr. Charles Hentictt and Mrs, Bennett Tuesday evening at the borne nf the Rev. anil Mrs. Ralph Stoody, D. D. About n people gathered In honor of Mrs. Stondy's parents, who have been visiting here for several weeks. Doctor nnrl Mrs1. Rennet, Miss Fdlth Bennett and Miss Mary 1. Bennett left yesterday by iiulnmoble for their homo In Xenla. Ohio. The evenlnc's program consisted nf piano solos by Mrs. Mar garet Buckley Armstrong -and vocal solos by Miss Irene Marvin. Itefresh ments were served. .tnhn K. Church, aged fin years, died at bis home nn South Main street al Jt.in o'clock Tuesday afternoon after an Illness of reveral months. He Is sur vived by his wife nc.d tun r-ons. Ivan, an officer In Hie I'nlted States Navy, now nlntloned In the Azores and Wayne nf (bis city, also a sister, Mrs. George W. Banister of this city. The following delecntes were elected at the, meeting of Green Mountain Post. No, 1, American l.eglnn Monday eve ning to attend the annual convention to he held in Barre Aucust SO and .".1: Chairman. S. S, Cushing, C S. Sumner, Harry Wehber. .1. )' Sullivan. S. S. Watson. Jack Wood. 12. F Smith, S. .1. Godfrey, V. H Kimball. W. W. Kng- and Stanley U. I'ummlncs The annual picnic and rally of the Franklin County Congregational Woman's Missionary soelety was held at Riverside rampcround in Sheldon yesterday, i ne '"" , , i her daughter. Mrs Marguerite Spalding, ' made a short visit In Burlington the past J.o n i ?n,,1V.' , .x,nf Lunenhurg.-Mrs. M. L. Irish and llttlo i wcek.-Mrs. p. B. Cowan, who has been o .. n ti , ! u . S ti ' -laughter. Mary Elinor, nf New Berlin, visiting her sons. Dane and Lyndon. In B. H. Pollard, I. P.. Labounty, U. " ; N-. v arP visiting Mrs Irish' parents. Mr. Boston, the pa.t month, hap returned Dniney, P. I. Johnson, II. (,. Mayna rri , . .. v t-lmhall noiip.1o Kim. home The remains of T.ee rhllrt. n-prp program opened at n o'ciock in tne morn- , rotlfltlon of their father. H. H. King, re Ing with devotional exercises in charge ( 111anH serious. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. lald, nf Mrs. Smith of Bakersflcld. The , n-mn,i,i k.. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Ladd' presentation nf county work was made hy Mrs. Bullard and Mrs. Price. Mrs. R. A. Burn of Enosburg gave an Interest ing talk on "The Woman's Missionary Society and Church Life" Lunch was j served at noon. The afternoon session opene'd at one o'clock with a devo' anal service. Mrs. A. S. Sykcs cave .1 In structive talk on "Missionary - rk in the Sunday School." Mrs Van Patten of Bnrllnetnn gave an Interesting address on missionary work. The session closed with an ncldreys by Miss Welch, a Y. W. C A. worker In Russia. The annuat picnic of the Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary societies I of the Methodist Episcopal church was held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. A. Collins. A social time was enjoyed and a delicious lunch served The following officers of the St. Ann society have been elected for the ensuing year: President, Mrs. J. Ouay; vice president. Mrs. L. Deslauriers; secretary, Mrs. A. Allard; treasurer. Mrs. A. Hehert; counsellors. Mrs. .1. Gregolre, Mrs. S. Samples. Mrs. F. t.annler, Mrs. F. Boucher. Mrs. N. Glroux, Mrs. A. Ollgny; sick committee, Mrs. P. Boucher, Mrs. W. Voullleuv, Mrs. LaCrolx. Mrs. L. Thibault. Mrs C. Limoges, Mrs. J. Blouln, Mrs. Bombardier; care of attar, Mrs. Rose Durhene; singers, Mrs. A. Hebert. Mrs. W. Allard: organist, Mrs. C. Vlens. W. R. D.xme of Clinton. Mass., a direc tor of the SL Albans & Swanton Trac tion Co., and Attorney Klmcr Johnson were present at the aijourned meeting of the City Council yesterday afternoon at four o'clock and continued their discus sion with the council of petitioning the Public Service Commission to allow them to make a new order which will be "Just and right," abolishing the slenal tower at the railroad crossing on Lake street In order to curtail the operating expense of the street railway. They asked for a friendly co-operation of the City Council In the matter an.l to join them in the petition. Instead of the signal tower the street railway officials want to have the conductor precede the electric car over the crossing Charles Skinner of Sheldon was taken from train No. 2 Wednerlav when It arrived from Montreal at 10:17 o'clock by Chief of rollcc .1. V. Mahoney In an intoxicated condition. Skinner was lodged In the Franklin county jail. He had been wnnted by the local police since May .,, Jfir. when In the City Court he pleaded guilty to being Intoxicated and was fined. He promised to nay the fine vithin a certain time, hut nothinc had been seen of him until he was arrested on the train. The funeral of John E. Church, who died Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, will be held at his late home on South Main street this afternoon at three o'clock. Burial will be In St. Johns, Que. The children of the Warner home en. joyed their annual picnic at Dream Lake, .ncwon, Tuesday. They were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. William Hall. The condition of John Rich of St. Albans Bay, who was seriously injured In a fall from a ladder. Is more comfort able, RICHFORI) The Rev. George romfrey and fam.1v and the Rev. J. W. Trinn and famllv started Monday on their vacations, which iney will snond at Long Point, Lake Champlaln. Mrs. Ella Ilopley, son and daughter, of Hartford, Conn., are guests u me nniTie or Mrs. Mary McKlnney. -Miss Mabel Powers, who his been passing her vacation at the home of her father, R. Powers, has returned iu ner worn in nurungton Mrs. M. M. McKinslry of Lisbon, N. H., recently vis Itcd at the home of Mrs. A. W. Smith. Archie Gregolre of Montreal is visit ing friends In this place, where he for merly resided, A. P. Adams of Spring, field, Mass., brother of R. W. Adams, Is visiting at the. home of his brother at Pinecroft cottage at Lake Carml. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Wilkinson of Newport. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wilkinson ef La conia, N. H and Mrs. LlTizle Voung and Mrs. Myrtle Fisher of Lowell. Mass., were, guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. 12. W. Gilpin during last wrek,-Corliss W, Ooff of Newton ville, Mass., Is visit ing at the home nf his sister. Miss Ber tha (Son, and other relatives and friends in Town. Mrs. Anna Stanhope Peavet, aged .1(1 years, riled Monday at the home of her father, 1. N, Stanhope, at Stevens Mills, Funeral services were held at the home yesterday nt two o'clock and the Rev. George Pomfrey of the Baptist church ofliclated. .Mr. Peavey Is survived j by her husband ono son, Guy McKlnney, of Winooskl, ono daughter, of Stevens .inns, one nromer, Herbert Stanhope, nf Winooskl and father I. N Stanhope of Stevens MIIIh.-M, P. (Jailor has sold his house nn Province street to Mrs, Leavitt, of AbbottH Corner and has purchased of Herbert LaRock, Hie so. called John I.avcnc place on Province street. Mr. Gallor will move to his new home as soon as convenient. Mr. and Mrs. C. .1, Cilnnvllln and children have gone to Potton Springs, Quo., for a weeks outing, Mrs, W. B. Corliss and two children, of An dover, Mass., who have been with her sister Miss Lnurn Marvin, and In other, S. Bernard Marvin, returned to her homo Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Kantilng G. M.ilonoy and little daughter, who have been visiting .his father, M. J. Maloney, and aunt, Mrs. H. M. Ooff, returned to I their home In Portland, Me Saturday. JIlss Annie Smith of Brookllne, Mass., Is passing her vacation at the homo of her mother. Mrs, Lyman Smltli,-Mr. and Mrs. Herman M. Noyes and two children, of Reading, Mass., are guests at the homo of his parnils, Mr. and Mr, H. B. Noyes of Nnyes street K. Perley Marvin of Broekway. Pa., In visiting his sister. Miss l.aiini Marvin, and brother, S. B. Marvin. Mr. Marvin Is an engineer on the. Penn sylvania system of railways. -Mr. and Mrs. .loseph Beaton, of Orove.loli, N. H., anil Miss uerainine .Mcuowan, or Wash ington, D. C, who have been visiting at the home of Mr. and Jlrs. George Wilson !0f Willow street, returned to Grovcton, N. If., Monday. ENOSBURG FALLS Miss Florence Smith wan called to Lyn don Center Sunday by news of the death of the Rev. .1. W Burgln, which occurred Saturday. Mr. Hurgln was pastor of the Baptist i hurrn nere ior several yeats. -Mr. and Mrs. Kdwnrd David and two small children of t pper Montetalr. N. J are guests In the home of Mrs. David s I Baptist Church here for several yeats. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olln Merrill. They . were arcompanicn ny .Mrs. ijriwani nnviri and Miss Franre David nf Gcrmantown, Pa, Miss Ruth Draper nf New York la passing a month In the home of her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W, Draper. W. .1. Redmond went to North Fayston Sat urday returning Sunday with Mrs. Red mond, who has been passing several weeks In the. home of her daughter, Mrs. .T. P. Boyce. Rums Garvin of Rlehford wan a visitor In town last week. Mrs. L. ti. Marsh is visiting her niece. Mrs. C. C. Batchelder of Hampton, N. H. Miss Alene Crotby of Springfield is visiting Miss Hlldreth Tyler. The family of J. M. Young Is In camp at Riverside, Mrr. .1. W. Beatty returned I Friday from a visit of several weeks with , ball, who ha.s been In Montgomery, Ala., ! since his discharge from the army, ha.i i I returned home. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. King I land F. O. King, returned to their homes, ,n Worcci,tpr, Mas on Saturday. Tho of Rlehford, took a three days' auto trip through the White Mountains last week. Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Barnes of Sonier ville, Mass., and Dr. K. K. Fish and Mis Wendell Keyes of Boston are visiting Dr. and Mrs. C. G, Abell at Rlveraide ramp ground .Mr. and Mrs. G, F. Downey of Springfield. Mass.. are visit ing Mr. Downey's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Downey. 1-2. E. Smith, accom panied by Fred Towle, went to Spring Held. Mass., Monday night to get a new cnr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Geddes have moved from the Caldwell house to rooms In the McAllister house. Mrs. R. H. Sweencv was In Rlehford Tuesday for the removal of tonsils. Mrs. Blair of West Berkshire Is caring for Mrs. R. M. Towlc, whose condition is serious. Miss Kllen Croft Is passing a week in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Whitney, of East Franklin. WEST ENOSBURG Miss Hazel Cavanaugh passed Sunday at the home if her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cavanaugh. Theodore Fralscr is at the home of his brother, Fred Fraizer. The Rev. H. J. Campbell and family have gone to Maine to visit relatives of Mrs. Campbell. Mrs. Paradls and children of Montreal are visiting her mother, Mrs. W. P. Shangrew, for a few weeks. Mrs. C. B. Ovltt has purchased an Overland auto. Mrs. Cclestia Scofleld and Mrs. Lizzie Domlna visited Mrs. Louise Morway Sun day. Mr. and Mrs. James Kidder visited their son, Harry Kidder. Saturday. Mrs. Vlarenco Whltcomb of Enosburg Falls visited her sister, Mrs. F. W. Spicer. Sunday. Mrs. L. II. Cijoft of Enosburg Falls visited relatives here Sun day. Earnest Hull has purchased a Ford auio.-Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ovltt, Cralgo Ovltt and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kclley visited their cousin, Mrs. Ezra Pond In Berkshire Sunday. ENOSBURG Miss Dorothy Marsha and Miss Florence Gross were at their home Sunday, return ing to Rlehford Monday. Mrs. S. r. Stevens Is .regaining her health very slowly, Miss Milla Gilhert Is visiting lelativcs in Cambridge. She attended the family gathering with her grandparents at the home of Mrs. Bowen at Berkshire. A number of lalles of the Congrega tional societies are attending the County Missionary Rally at Riverside camp ground. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry' Burt and two children of Newport visited his boy hood home In the eastern part of the town, where his grandfather. Marvin Burt, owned and operated the mill which was burned, and Is now owned by G. L. Nichols, Mr. Burt la an engineer of the B. v M. R. R. with headquarters at Lunenburg, where he expects to move soon. Thn young lady, friends of Miss Flora Chaffee, who is at present in Bur lington, sent to her present address a miscellaneous parcel post shower In honor of her approaching marriage to Murchl- son Williams of Charlotte. HIGHGATE CENTER Deputy Collector of Customs H. B. Cor liss, who has been in charge of this port the past year and a half, has hen trans ferred to the port at Beecher's Falls and j Deputy Collector W. W. Woodworth has been transferred from Derby Line to be In charge of this port. Mrs. E. S. Hum phrey of Burllnglon Is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. E. A. Batea. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Kidder of Gulfport, Miss., who has been visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lyon, left Tuesday for Wells Beach. Me., where they will visit rela tives for in days. J. P. Steele of Marl borough, Mass., spent the weekend In town with his sister, Mrs. M. A. Stock well, Miss Blanch Nye, who has been visiting her father, B. I'. Nye. of Frank lin street, has returned to Norwalk, Conn. Mrs. J. Pearl Johnson of Quebec, Can., Is visiting friends and relatives rn town. -Mrs. H. C. Manzer and Miss Walton of New Tork city are guests of Mrs. H. .1. Lyon. Miss Dora Sunderland has been quite ill for several days hut Is now con valescing. Extensive repairs arc belnc made, on the town house property, L. O. Nye Is spending a few days jn Boston, Mass. FAIRFAX 12. G. Brown ami Mr. and Mrs. v. Sprague of Melrose Highlands, Mass., and H, S. Lawrence of Leomlnister, Mass., have returned to their home after spend ing two weeks with Mrs. J, D. Shedd. W. J. Rowland and family of Boston, Mass., and Mrs. Holbrook of Townsend' are- passing a two week's vacation with their brothers H. J. and 12. G. Roland. Itlchard York, formerly of this placp, but for the past 1" years of California, Is visiting friends In this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. I.. B. Carloton nf Waterford, N, Y and Mrs. Laney and daughter of New York city returned to their homes Friday after visiting friends In town. A son whs born to Mr. and Mrs. Andrew King at the St. Albans hospital recently. Mrs. Kate Lauflln has gone to Burling ton to assist In the homo for aged women F. Clifford Stewart has finished work for J. M. Parsons and expects to leave soon for tho West, where he will pass the winter with brothers and sisters. The RadrllfTo Chautauqua will be Bellows Free Academy campus on the following dates: August .1, f,, atl(1 - A fine musical entertainment Is expected. Lectures of broad experience and nation al repute are ciDccted to be preeent. Charles Oray of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. lohn Gray and Mrs. Dubois of lndlnn- npolls, lnd,, who havo been passing a week at tho home of Mr. nnd Mrs'. Ralph Buck, have returned home. Miss Abblo Kenftcld of Soranar. Lake and Mr. and Mrs. CJeorgc Kenflcld of Dade, Florida, all formerly of this place, have been visiting In town. Miss 15va Buck of Albany, N. Y., Is visiting her mother, Mrs. D. Burl,-, Fred Phillips of California, and Sam Phelps of Connecticut are. visiting Mrs. S. H. P'he.lps. Tho Ladles Village Imnrovement Kocletv received over $22 from the play "Aunt .lerusha's Quilting Party" given in Georgia. K. A. Ayern of Swanton was a business visitor In town Tuesday. Harry' Hunt Is to assist .1. M. Parsons In hlR store. BAEERSFIELD The dairy of Frank Leach has recent ly been examined for tuberculosis and no dlwase was found among the. herd. Mr. and Mm .T. S. Barr and Mr, and Mrs Wi a Rtart enj0yCd a three days' automohllfi trip to Montreal last week.- ,,nhn parron, who rcsdc.i In tho southern par, of thn town, 1oM four P0WS ,n the. thunder storm of last Thursday night. Dr. and Mm. W. B. Hyde and son, Robert, have returned from a week's automobile, trip through the Adlrondacks. Dr. and Mrs. George Hhattuck with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dean and Mrs. Frank Davis are enjoying a trip through Canada this week. The Boy Scouts arc In camp at tho Ovltt cottage at Lake, Ip.arml this week.-The Rev. Mr. HesseK who Is supplying the pulpit of the Metho dist Episcopal Church for the summer. has received word of the. serious Illness of a brother, who resides In Missouri. . Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Townley of ' Newark, N. .1.. with two of Mr. Town- 'ley's sisters are spending a week at the ' Bakersfleld House. Prof. and Mrs. Thomas and little daughter, Barbara, Interred Thursday, the Rev. O C. Mc- Donald of West Berkshire, officiating.. Mr .and Mrs. Adelburt Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Manchester and son were Sun day visitors at Mrs. Fred Potter s Serv- Icei next Sunday at both churches will be as usual. WEST BERKSHIRE Forty-eight members of a lodge, of Odd Fellows from Hartford, Conn., parsed through this place July 21. on the way to Cowansvllle, Que. Deputy Collector and Mrs. H. B. Corliss. Mrs. Emma Sar geant of Hlghgatc Center and Mrs. Ne veau, of Rock Island, Que., called on friends Saturday. Mr Corlls has been transferred to Beccher Falls. C. D, Phelpn of St. Albans was a huslncss visi tor In town Monday. The Rev. G. C. McDonald and family motored to Bak ersflcld Thursday, to attend a burial servico. Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Arm strong and daughter of Manchester. N. H. are visiting at the home of Mrs. Blanca McCarty. During the thunder shower Friday, W, S. Livingston's houso nas struck but not much damage was done. I Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Se.ward and daugh ter, Marilyn, of Swanton, called on friends Sunday. The remains of Mrs. Andrews of Burlington were hrought to Berkshire Center for hurial Sunday. Mrs. Andrews was a former resident of this placs. Miss Bertha Jones was given a party at her homp Monday evening in honor of her birthday. EAST BERKSHIRE Mrs. E. B. Osborne and two sons of Boston are visiting her sister, Mrs. Homer Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. James Leatherby and son and daughter of Boston are visit ing Mrs. Leathcrhy's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Luclen WUson. A surprise party was given Mrs. John King Saturday aft ernoon, Sunday being her 71th birthday anniversary. Eight ladles were present. Refreshments were served and a pleas ant afternoon enjoyed by all. Miss K. Grace Wadlelgh has gone to Rurllngton, where she will teach a class In lip-reading during the month of August. The Rev. A. P. Sulandt and son. the Rev. Walter SuTandt, and Mrs. Sulandt, of Connecti cut passed the wcck-ctid here with friends. The Rev. A. P. Sulandt occu pied the pulpit of the Congregational Church Sunday morning and the Rev. Walter Sulandt In tho evening. Miss Alice Rutton of St. Albans passed the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Button. Tho second annual carnival and fair given under the auspices of the Corner class was held on the Congrega tional Chnrch lawn Friday evening. The Richford .Juvenile band furnished music. Tnore were several attractive booths and the "woman with a hundred pockets" was present. The proceeds were for com munity service. The B. B. B.'s had a booth where fancy articles were sold and tho proceeds were for the street light fund. The quilt on which tickets had been sold was drawn by Birney Combs. SHELDON H. P. Marsh and family were In Frank lin Sunday. Alfred Gray, who has been visiting at W. C. Marshes, returned Monday to his home in Greenfield, Mass. Miss Doris Elwood of Johnson was a recent gnest of Miss Charlotte Leach. Miss Gcorgianna Maynard and Bertha Carpenter returned Monday after spend ing two weeks in camp at Vale Perkins, P. Q. Mrs. William Carter and daughter, who have been passing a few days at W. L. Tlllotson's returned Monday to Hast Berkshire. The Ladles Aid of the Methodbt Episcopal church will meet this afternoon with Mrs. James Bryce. The Earnest Workers class will meet at the home of Miss Dorothy Hcndrlck Friday evening. FLETCHER Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carpenter were in Fairfax Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, M. K. Brewster and children are visiting In Jericho, Mr. and Mrs. L, H. Scott and son, Scott, were in JefTersonvlllc Sunday. Charles Parsons and Miss Dorothy Par sons of Fairfax were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Lamb Sunday. Mrs. Ida Spauldlng spent the week-end at Mrs. Lucy Thompson's on Buck Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Glllilan and sons, Harry and Harold, and Miss Stella Martin were in Fairfax Sunday. The program for the Grange meeting Friday night Is aa fol lows: Roll call: "Tho Value of a bur den," Mrs. Gordon: "Current Events," Mabel Hooper; recitation, Glendon Leach; song, Orange; "Flower March." Refresh ments will be served. Mr. and Mrs. Mor gan of Underhlll Center were visitors at Ira Morgan's Sunday. Grand Isle County GRAND ISLE Over 2V people were present at the en tertainment given the boys from Camp Abnakl last Wednesday evening. Preach ing next Sunday morning nt 10:30 by tho pastor: Bible school at 11:) a. m.i Ep worth League meeting at 7:S0 p. m. Tho annual Ladles' Aid sale will ho held Thursday, August 12. The Ladles' Aid society salo lias been postponed until August 12 nn account of the Chautauqua at South Hero. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Winch and Mrs. K. Reynolds are visiting friends In Wilmington, N, V. Mr. and Mrs. R. 11. Mlncklcr and family and Mr. ami Mrv. W. (1 Mlncklcr and family spent Sunday at Smuggler's Notch. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Gordon nnd family spent Sunday nt Ausabln Chasm. Harvey Winch has resigned his position at the milk station. Miss Elizabeth Cnnnnn of Champlaln, N. Y., spent the week-end with Miss Marjorle MrGownn. Mrs, Mary Weatcott and daughter, Rosalie, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hoag. H, P. Russell of Boston Is spend ing his vacation at his homo hero. SOUTH HERO Tho Missionary socloty held a meeting nt tho parsonage Saturday afternoon. The president, Mrs. Allen, being absent the vice-president, Mrs. Hoag, presided. A talk on China and Japan was given by Miss Lois Robinson, also a talk on India, by MIsh Marjorie FIHeld. Tho girls having nttended the Y, M. C. A. convention at Mt. Holyokn had many In teresting things to tell. Two new mem bers were enrolled. Refreshments were .served and a pleasant time enjoyed. Mrs. Hcman Hwarlz has Invited (he mem bers of tho society to meet with her at her summer cottage at the next meet ing, which will be the. last Saturday after noon In August- Frank Babbit has been stopping at the South Hero Inn. Mrs. Arthur Robinson of Maiden, Mass., Is visiting her son, Edward Rob nFOn am other rclatlves.-MIss Ola May aran, of Florida Is expected to arrive 1 1 Hn,, fto Monday to visit tho Bev. ;nm, Mrp, Hoag for a few weeks.-The mayor of Chicago stopped at the South Hero Inn for a short stay last week. NORTH HERO There will be a lawn social at Capl Hodgson's camp on Hlbbard'n Point this evening. Coffee cake, sandwiches and Ice cream will be on sale. The pro cceds will bo for the benefit of tho Catholic. Church. Miss Iva Tudhope. has returned from Swanton. where she spent several days with her aunt, Mrs. spent the past week with Mrs. Jnsle Haynes and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ha xen, jir. and Mrs. Clifford T.issie are the happy parents of a con born Mon day morning at the St. Alhann hospl tal. In the recent stabbing affray at the State hospital In Brldgowater, Mass., when three of the guardn wero attacked by two insane patients with knives and a club, one of the victims was Edward Ktngsley, a brother of Mrs. W. H Best of thin town and well known here. Mr. Klngsloy had five stab wounds and one arm broken 1 three times between the shoulder and elbow. Mr. Klngslcy Is physically a! large .well built man of great strength and that fart probably saved his life nnd that of the other guards, one of whom suffered six stab wounds. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Hicks- arc expected to a.rrlvn this week from Hartford, Conn. They will bo accompanied by Mrs. Hick's father. C. P. Hazen, and sister, Mrs. Mabel Hazen Powers. Mrs. Powers, who Is a Red Cross nurse, re cently returned from Turkey, where 3he was stationed with the Near East relief committee In Morash The chicken-pie supper held at Mr. and Mrs Bert Hnzen's netted J12S. which will be applied on the pastor's salary. Mrs. Clayton Clark of Cambridge, Mass., Is spendlnc a. few days at Miss Molly Clarks. Arthur Dubuque of Al- bany. N Y., Is spending a two weeks' vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duhuqup. Walton Hazen. who has a position In Springfield. Mass., spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hazen. News has been received of the death of Mm. Alice Hazen Donaldson of IiwrencevlUe, N. T., a sister of C. P. Hazen, and a one time resident of this town. The funeral wan held Sunday. August 1. Miss Nellie Bushe.y of Troy, N. Y., is spending a short vacatlonvwlth her mother, Mrs. Ellen Martin. Mr. and Mrs. William Powell of Keesevllle, N. T., spent the. week-end with Mrs. Powell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bc.Tt. ALBURG The suit of J. L. Collins vs. G. W. Sabre was tried July :9th before Justice W. A. Soule and verdict was rendered In favor of Mr. Sabre. The case of E. Menard vs. S, Whiting which to to he heard before Justice, Soule on Saturday has been appealed to county court. Louis E. Poirler of Winooskl has been appointed a Deputy Collector and inspector of customs and assigned to the local office. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Latolle of Auburn. N. Y wrrp guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Rockwell last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Cargill havo returned from their vacation in Derby and other Vermont points. Mrs. W. W. Stiles and guest. Miss Imx Hadley were In Malone, N, Y a few days last week. Mr. and Mrs. James Morton and little daughter of Rutland were guests at tho home of his brother. W. O. Morton, last week. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Williams and family are in camp at the Center. Lamoille County STOWE Miss Muriel Dorothea Pike of Stowe and Whittier Bullard Gates of Chattanooga. Tcnn., were married at eight o'clock Mon day evening at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arba A. Pike on Main street. The Rev. A. C. Goodllfte of Morrisville performed the marriage ceremony, using the double ring service. The bride's sister. Miss Beatrice Pike, acted as,brldcsmald. and Alexander Hall as best man. The little Misses Carolyn Pike and Ramona McMahon were the flower girls and Knthryn Pike was the ring girl. The bride was given away by her father. The house was decorated with ferns and sweet peas, and the. bridal couple stood under a wedding bell suspended from an arch of ferns and sweet peas. The bride wore her going away suit of navy blue with a navy blue hat and veil to match, and carried a bridal rouquct of roses nnd sweet peas. The bridesmaid's gown was flesh-colored, beaded Georgette; the tlower and ring girls wore white organdie. The groom's gift to the bride was a sliver vanity case. The bride's gift to tho bridesmaid was an amethyst ring and to the flower girls she gace necklaces. During the cere mony the groom's sister. Miss Marjorle Gates, played" the "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin and the Mendelssohn's wed ding march, Only the family and Inti mate friends were present. The guests from out of town Included the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Gates, and sisters, the Misses Mary and Marjorle Gates of Morrisvllle, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Culver of Hyde Park, Mr. and Mrs, V A. Bullard of Rurllngton, Mr. and Mrs. 11. E. Mills and son, Roger, of Essex Junction, F. M. Tike of Baltimore. Md., Mr, and Mrs, D. S. McAllister and son, Gorge, and George Bullard of North Hyde Park, Mrs. A. D. Graves, wife of Vice-President Graves of the Southern Automobile Sunply company of Chatta nooga, Tenn., Mr. nnd Mrs. 12. A. Benja min of Plymouth, N, H Miss Margaret Pike nf Waterbury. Alexander Hull and Miss Nancy Puffer of Montpelier, The large number of gifts from tho friends of the bridal couple included a sum of money, a piano, a sewing machine and many articles nf cut glass, sliver and linen. The ceremony was followed by n reception. Ico cream and cakn were served, the Misses Mary Gates. .Marion Pike. Margaret Plko nnd Madlne Boarrl man nsslstlng In serving, During thn evening Mr. anil .Mrs. Gates left for a few days' stay In Now York, after which they will go by boat to Savan nah, Georgia, and from there 'to Chatanoogn, whero Mr. Gates has been employed by the Southern Automobile Supply company slnai his return from 1 8 months' service as first uergeant In the L'fith Division In France. Mr. Gates was graduated from the Pcoole's Aca-j Chester Prnuty. Mrs. Henrlk Knight ... , ", ' V ." " " ' " r ' i. ,.i.in ... tii.,. 'sle of Somewhere," and Mrs. Barrows of Boston, Mass.. is visiting at Hobart . ' . . ,,.., . . Knight's. Mr. and Mrs-. Edward Haynes nf, " h n Rp of Good (heer. Mir I M. Lvman. of Windsor Wat,B .'"""F. HS organist. Among the demy In Morrisvllle n 1314 and at. tended Norwich University In 191 j and 11, Ho served as sergeant nt Fort Ethnn Allen during thu Mexican war, Mrs. Gates waw graduated from Stowo high school In 19115. She took a post graduate course at thn Essex Junction high school In 1916: was graduated from the Mount Ida School In Boston a year later and from the Pratt Insti tute In New Vork In 1018. "She has taught for the past two years In the. home economics department of Stowo high school with much success. Mr. and Mrs. Gates have mnny friends In Stowe who wish them great happiness and success In life The Rov. C. E, Hay ward, who motored here from North Troy Sunday morning, began Ills work as pastor nf the Community Church. A duet was sung by Mrr. H. W Bar rows and Miss Verna Stockman. A let ter of appreciation from the head quarters of the American Fund was read at the Sunday school, which 13 nupportlng an Armenian orphan. Mr. Hay ward, who was accompanied by Mr. Marshall of Springfield returned to North Troy after the service. He will como to Stowe with Mrs. Hayw.-ird the atst of the week. The funeral of Mrs A. D. Lang waj? held nt Trinity Church Saturday afternon. The serv ice was conducted hy the Rev. J, I, Angoll of Muttonvllle, N. II. The bear ers were Mrs. Lang's son, Howard P., Lang, brother, Otis J. Leach, brother-in-law, Dr, W. N. Iang and nephew, C. .1. I.ang, A quartet, consisting of Mr?. H. W. Rarrowu, Mrs. T. A. Douglass., H. W. Burnham and C. .T. Strand sang 1 "l,ar Klnrllv Llcl-it" nnrl "Una n 1 1 tn 1 many neauttrtii floral tributes were pieces from Sickle Chapter, O. E, Mansfield Mountain Grange,, the, peo ple of the neighborhood and the family i and friends Thn burial was In thn River Bank cemetery. Among those.! present from out of town were O. .1. ' Leach of Worcester, Macs., Mrs. W. L. , Warren and son, Paul, of Bcnnlngtoru Mrs. James Safford and son. Wllmer, Miss Beryl Powell, Mrs. Ixmls Blodah of Jeffersonvllle, Mrs. Theda Leach of Hard wick, Mrs. A. E. Wheeler anil daughter. Miss Marion Benson of Mor risvllle, Dr. and Mrs. W. N. Lang and. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Lang of Cambridge. Miss Mildred Mlmm of Colchester and Mrs. Addie, Woodward of Watervllle. Mrs. W L. Warren and son, who re turned Monday tr Bennington, were ac companlfd by Mrs. Bernlce Ayers. Mrs. Ayers will bring home her little son, who has been with Mrs. Warren, while; Mrs. Ayern nttended the University ot Vermont summer school. Mrs. Anna M. fLeach), wife of Aleo D. Lang, died Wednesday July 2S at their home in Stowe Hollow. Her Illness, which dated from Februars-, 10t. was caused by J degeneration of the nerves following an , attack of Influenza. She had been con fined to her bed since October. Mrs. Lang was born In Watervllle, June 15, 1S70. i Her early life was passed In Bakersfield, ' Cambridge and other Vermont towns. She came with her husband on their wedding ' day, December ,"0, 1892, to Stowe and has made her home here ever since She leaves besides her hurband, four children. Mra. Bernlce Lang Ayers, and Howard R.. Edith N. and Sibyl Lang, the younz est 15; one brother. Owin J. Leach of Worcester, Mass., and two (.isters. Mrs, A. E. Wheeler nf Morrisvllle and Mrs. W. L. Warren of North Bennington, a brother. Carroll M. Leach, died In June. , Mrs. Lang was a member of Sickle Chap- ter. No. SI, Order of the Eastern Star and a charter member of Mansfield Mountain ) Grange. Nn. 271. Patrons of Hnbandry. She was a devoted wife and mother anJ: was much esteemed In the community. Tho funeral was held at L'nlty Chnrch at one o'clock Saturday afternoon. Mrs. ' Abbie Pike. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Pike and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Pike. Miss Nellie Sarcent and Mrs. Eunice Pottle attended tho funeral of Mrs. Fred M. Plko In Morrisvllle Thursday afternoon. Miss Hazel Irene Morrill and Fred Ray mond Perry were, married at the home of 1 the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred ' Morrill on Main street Wednesday eve ning, July 2S by the Rov. W. T. Best ot Morrisville. The ceremony took place un der a floral arch and the. couple was at- . tende, hy the bride's brother and wife. Mr. and Mrs. William Morrill of Essex Junction. The bride, who was graduated from Stowe High School in the class of 1920, wore her graduation dress of white silk. Among those present were the groom's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Perry and children, Avis and Floyd, and the bride's grandfather. C. J. Fiske. and uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. G. Fiske of Waterbury Center, brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Morrill of Montpeller and grandmother. Mrs. Louise Lucia of Stowe. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Perry left during tho evening for Stow Forks where they will set up housekeep ing in one of James E. Houston's tene ments. Mr. Perry, who has employment at Stowe Forks with the C. E. A- F. O. Burt company was in sendee about IS months and was in Franco about a year A party of eleven "Hiawatha, Girls" of Underhlll called In Stow Thursday on an automobile ride, to Mont peller around Mt. Mansfield by way of Stowe, Morrisville and JefTcrsonvllle. D. G. Gallup and Mrs. Clara Bartlctt furnished transportation. B. A. Mills, who, with Mrs. Mills and their two chil dren, left Essex Junction this week for California, was until recent years a resi dent of Stowe. Many friends here wish Mr. and Mrs. Mills the best of luck in their new home. Mrs. Julia Brighara. whose funeral was held. In Montpeller Thursday, was a sister of Dr. Homer C. Brigham. president of the Lake Mansfield Trout club. Thomas Foster, who died recently at Warm Spnngs, Mont., aged W. was formerly for seven years a resi dent of Stowe, coming here when his son, A. W. Foster, purchased tho Newell pBigolow farm on Maple Hill. He leaves his wife and seven children, among them A. W. Foster now of Morristown. Mr. Foster was a brother of James A. Foster of Stowe, A pleasant occasion was the shower party given by Mrs. Harry E. Plko to 3 ladles at her homo on Park street Fri day evening in honor of her sister. Miss Muriel Pike, who Is to be married very soon to Whittier D. Gates of Chattanooga, Tenn. Miss Pike, who was asked to make a bridal bouquet of some sweet peas, was led by the streamers given her to tl them with to a table on the porch cov ered by a white umbrella decorated with pink roses and cuplds. Some original and appropriate lines written hy Mrs. B. L. Shaw Indicated the use nf the umbrella, under which were arranged a large num ber of gifts for the bride elect Dainty refreshments were served on the porch, and nttraC'Ve favors were provided far each guest Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cary havo sold their houso on Maple street to W. A. Smith for J3.0OO and have pur chased of B, C. Bull the O. F. Gerry house on Maple street. Carl M. Parker and Harold J. Sanborn who returned -to Bos ton by automobile Saturday were ac companied by Harold Morrill and Ken neth Foster who expects to find employ ment there Mrs. Martha Plko returned to her homo In Harm Saturday after week with friends In Stowe. .Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Smith of Central Falls, R, I,, nnd Mr. Smith's ncplww and wife, Mr, and Mrs. George Bartlctt of Pawtuckct hava been at Angus L. Gale's for a few clays. Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. Bremer ot Hartford, Conn., arc at Mr. Gale's for two weeks. V. 11, B. Fuller, Jr., who has passed six weeks at Mr. Galo's TMt Saturday to Join his parents for a month . In camp at Bradford, Conn,, expecting to return hero for two weeks In September, Mrs. Harry Ellsworth and son, Robert, who have (Continued on Page Four)