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'.THE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920.
One Cent a Word ' Advertising !n this column I one cent 'a word each In i sertion. Copy may be changed every week. Cash in ndvance required. No I advertisement taken which is less than 12 words, two , lines. Special terms to ad- vertisers using from 250 to 1,000 lines within 12 con secutivo months. WANTED FABM with 2." or more cows nml ton wanted, ran furnish ti-nm. "Parmer," rt. T. P. l. New Haven. Vt lE.ytH.w.lt inOt'T SKPT 1. n reliable capnhlc person to do light housework and assist In the rare of tivn-vesr-nld chllili good wages. Mrs. 0, M. Pahln, all Main HI., llurllng tnn, VI 7,v,tf UIDl'T SKPT. 1, n capable conk and a jeronrl Klrl, good wacos. Mrs, (!. M. Sabln, 241 Main ft., TlnrllnKton, VI. 7,w.tf NOTICE iS.nn HE1VABD for Information leading to tho tombstone., nr death records, of my ancestor?, Peth Brings and wife. The latter died May. 17K2. In Putney. Who know burial nlam of tho eon, IWeklah and famllv of Rochester, and Beth, .lr., perhap of Plttsneld? Cha.i. 11. Urlggs, Old Colony HldR., Minneapolis. Minn. 1D.1,2t,w.lt HAPPENINGS IN VERMONT (Continued from pnge one,) from a visit to relatives In Mlddlebury. Prlnclpnl nnd Mrs. J. I.. Ledcn hnvc re. turned from a visit to relatives In North ampton, Mass., nnd Vergennes. Mrs. Nowoll Clifford of Burlington Ih visiting friends In town. D, E. Bronte of Alstcad, N. H Ih a guest of hid son. W. K, Hrowne. Mr, nnd Mrs. Harold Wine, who havo boen spending a month at Hollcy Hut havn returned to Chicago. Miss Alma Carroll Is a guest at Galgc-Moor. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Buriiham started Saturday on a two week's vacation which will lo spent In Maine nnd the north part of Hie stale, H, Blrdsnll of New York Is spending his vacation In tow-i.-rhllllp Wright and family of Washington, D. C arc guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Wrlght.-E. Quln don nttenilcd a convention In Hut land last week. The annual meeting and election of officers of the W. C. T. U. was held Friday afternoon at tlio homo of MIhs Helen Weller. These officers wet elected: President, Miss Weller, first vice president, Mrs Cleora Young; second vice president, Mrs. n. .1. Clark; secretary, Mrs. Elln Dana; treasurer, Mrs. Linus Williamson. Tim supcrlntendants aro to bp appointed later. Plans arc being made to hold a county convention here August 18 providing a speaker can bo procured. The Bristol school will open September 7 with the following corps of teachers: High school: John L. Seldcit, principal, agrlrulturc. mathematics; Eletta Pease, English; Elizabeth 11. Ppton, Latin and Trench ; Until Eldcrkln, geography and history; Janet II. Robinson, Rclclice; Martha A. Kddy, commercial subjects. Graded school: Prances Parsons, sixth grade; Helen C. Taylor, fifth grade; Mrs. Jessie Stanton, fourth grade; Mary Stock well, third grade; TUith Butler, second grade; Amy Sumner, first grade. Rural schools: Doris A. Kent, Bristol Plats school: Dorothy 1.. Wright. South Bris tol school; Margaret Began, Bristol Notch school; Irene Adams, Norton school. Oeorge Whltmore, Jr.. was a week-end guest of Miss Marlon Mulllngs. leaving Monday morning, for a ten days' stay In Atlantic City from there returning to his home In Akron, O. Tho boys of Mr. Purlnton's class of the Baptist Sunday school are enjoying a few days" outing at Long Point, the guests of the Rev. J. J. Fowler. Mrs. Genevieve Tower of Bur lington Is visiting her sister, Mrs. F. O. Levant. Mrs. Loretta C.ce. wife of Al bert P. Brown, died at her home on Pleasant street Monday morning at 3::" o'clock after an Illness of several weeks. She Is survived by her husband and one great success. There was a large attend ance nt each 'of tho six cntertnlumonts. There was no difficulty In securing guarantors for a Chautauqua In 1021. Mr. nnd Mrs. 11. 1,. Clark have as guests Mrs, Clark's brother, Clydo Smith, nnd Mrs.' Smith and little daughter 'of Brandon. Mr. Smith Is a brother of Mrs. Clark. Mrs. John Cain, who has been spending a few weeks with friends In New York city and her cousin, Mrs. Chariot Howard, breach of the peace, Couture became Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin and daughter of j Jealous of his wife, who has been the I'liuatieipnia passed tho wecn-emi ""muuicr oi a cuuurcn in tho past 2G their cousins, tho llev. and Mrs. II. B. Simmons. WALTHAM Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Otis and Mr. nnd Mrs. O. A. Hunt nttended tho Pomona Orange meeting held In Cornwall last vicinity, hns returi.cd home. John H. I wcck.-Curtls Sherman and family of (laughter, Miss Ruby Ray Irwin, to Bur Ion Newell, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. II. S. Demlng of West Addison, the marriage to ' son, Randall. Mrs. Brown was held in IiiUp nlace the. first week In September. . high esteem by a host of friends, who Miss Irwin is the district nurse for the mourn her loss. The funeral was held VergonnfiF-Waltham Nurse association. Wednesday morning nt St. Ambrose Mr. Demlng Is a graduate of tho VxXi class church. Mrs. Amanda Bush died In Bur et the Vail Agricultural School at Lyndon-1 Ungton Monday morning of pneumonia, villo. Mr. and Mrs. Dana F. Woodmnti i Tho remains were brought here and Hid three children of Rye, N. Y are, the funeral was held Wednesday af vlstilng Mr. Woodman's parents, Mr. and ternoon at three o'clock at the Congre- Mrs. William D. Woodman. Mr. and -irs. 1 gational Church. Mrs. i.ucy raimer nns Hugh Ball nnd daughter, Barbara, of returned from a week's visit to Mrs. H. Shelburne spent the week-end with Mr. s. Stone at New Haven Mills. Miss Ball's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ezra M. Edith Bingham of Hardv.ick Is the guest Ball, of Miss Marlon Morgan. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Francis Shaw of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Hewitt of Fair Palmer, Mass., announce the approaching Haven were In town over Sunday, guests marriage of their daughter. Florence of Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Wrig'ht. B. J. Holden, to Percy Everett Bevlns of Bur- Clark and family spent Sunday with Ungton, which occurs at the home of the Charles Clark nnd family In Lincoln, bride Tuesday afternoon. August 24, at Jennes Whlttemore and family of three o'clock. The prospective groom Is i Rloomfleld, N. ,l arc visiting rel- a former well-known resident of Ver gennes and was the local agent of the American Express company for several years. He served with the A. E. F. In France during the World War. He Is now express agent at Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Harrington, who arc spending the summer nt the Harrington homstead in Wcyhrldgc, are nt their home on Main street for a few dnys. Mrs. B. L. Nichols of Manchester, was a week-end guest of Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. F. W. Lebeau. Dr. Bert M. Bristol of Cohasset, Mass., is visiting his sister, Mrs. H. C. llerrlck and the Misses Ada nnd Jennie Bristol. A son was born Mon day to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Leonard. Mrs. Charles L. LeUoeuf, who makes her home with W. II. Dean of North Ferrls- burg, is spending a few days with Mrs r th ntlves In town. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Jlmmo and little daugh ter of Burlington visited relatives here the first of the week. Ceylon Green of Bur lington was in town Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Bacon nnd two children of Proctor were guests of Superintendent Beebe and family over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roland McNeil of Waterbury visited George Jacobs and family over Sunday. Miss Madeline Jacobs returned with them for a visit. NORTH FERRISBURG Miss Josephine Klngsland has returned to Washington, D. C, after spending a month at her home here. Mr. and Mrs. John David have gone on an automobile trip to the White Mountains. Tho King's Vail nnd Miss Lulu Spauldlng, both of Orwell, were married In Brandon last week nnd are at tho Vnll home In North OrwclU CORNWALL Mrs. Boss of Stnrksboro Is visiting her sister, Mrs. William Bullnrd.-Mrs. Ivan Hagnr of Mahwa, N. J., visited last week nt the homo of A, I. Payne. The mem bers of the Mary Bakor Allen Chapter, D. A. R,, were pleasantly entertained nt nn afternoon tea nt. the home of Miss H. S. Porter In Mlddlebury Frldny.-Mlss Ethel Foote, who has been spending n week at tho home of her brother, Charles Footo, of Walllngford, returned homo Friday. The C. J. Bell Pomona Grango mot Wed nesday with Cornwall Grange. Tho pro gram consisted of business In tho fore noon, basket lunch nt noon, tho local Grango furnishing coffee, salads and Ice cream. In the afternoon, a paper on "Vermont Schools and the Present Need of Normnl Training Schools," by Mrs. A. L. Payne, nn address by Mr. Rummell, assistant secretary of the American Farm Bureau Federation, and a talk about Russia by Secretary Ernest Rnnd, who served in the Y, M, C. A. work nbroad. MONKTON RIDGE .Mr. and Mrs. Rollln Tracy of Boston arc visiting his mother, Mrs. Rebecca Tracy.-Mrs. E. W. Mcader Is visiting her niece, Mrs. F. A. Burnhnm at Basin Harbor. Mr. and Mrs. William Miles of I Utlca, N, Y were guests the past week of his brother, Frank Miles. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Miles nnd son of Boston, Mass., aro visiting Obed Clough nnd famlly. Those from hero who attended the Friends Quarterly meeting In South Starkftboro, Sunday were: Mrs. E. O. Cox, Mrs. Eliza Brown, C. E. Hoag and son, Wavcrly, Mrs. Jnnctte Barnum, the Misses Julctta and Florence Barnum, George nnd Charles Barnum, Mrs. Earlc Mcader and daughter, Dorothea, M. F. Morgan, Hcrvcy Orvis, Mr?, A. P. Russel and son, Ray, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. H. Thomofl nnd daughter. Arlcthy, the Rev. nnd Mrs. Ralph Knight and the Rev. nnd Mrs. J. E. Rnnsome. Jonas Fuller has a new Ford touring cnr. Mrs. Edna Meader and family, and Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Shlveretto and little daughter were guests Sunday of Mrs. Harry Jasmin In Rutland. SOUTH STARKSBORO The Rev. J, E. Ransome will be at the Friends church Sunday at two o'clock. It will be his last Sunday In Vermont. There will be a Christian Endeavor service at the Jerusalem school home Sunday even ing and every Sundny night until further notice. The Ladles Home Circle will meet the 13th with Minnie Verney. Supper will be served. The Friends quarterly meeting held Snturday and Sunday was well attended. People were pres ent from Poughkepsle, N. Y., Ferrlsburg, Monkton, New Haven, Bristol. Lincoln nnd Stnrksboro. Miss Helen Hurlbuit of Monkton spent the week end with her grandparents; Mr. and Mrs. David Fol lonsbce. Miss Clara Young of Bristol was a guest Tuesday of Mrs. David Follonsbee. Joseph Sargent and family of Connecti cut are guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sargent. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Young of Port Chester, N. Y are visit ing relatives here. Mrs. Agnes Foster of Mlddlebury as a guest of her cousin, Mrs. Lelice Elliott. " "' inrcniened nor with por sonal violence, Ono of his stunts wim to terrorize tho woman with nn a.x. Couture told tho pollen that ho did not Intond to strike her, but wanted to show that ho was boss nrottnd his In a gown of apricot gcorgetto nnd wore n blnok lace hat, Immediately after tho ceremony, about 100 of their relatives and friends were cntcrtnlnod nt the home of Mr. and Mrs, Fred Thomas, parents of tho groom. A bountiful wedding breakfast was served from tables set on the spacious lawn. Tho young couplo were tho recipients of many beautiful anil useful I H ' "... . ... home. Ho was Jealous of his wife and . Rifts which showed the esteem n wn.cn told the police some of his reasons. ! they are held. After several n"UcCfsfu W. Co o -Miss Eva Meigs is taking lighters will hold an Ice cream social he census of the Vergennes school dls- t the home of F. E. Harrington M ed- . BRIDPORT The lawn party which was held at Thomas Nadeau's Thursday evening was largely attended. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Qulnn and son, Guy, Jr.,- were Sundny guests of Mrs. Qulnn's mother In Hunting tor, Mrs. Herman Austin, who has been Charlotto wero visitors at W. A. Leo's Sunday. A. O, Wright was at his homo Tuesday from Long Tolnt. whnro he nnd his family aro camping for the month. Harold Hunt went to Hnrtford, Conn., last Friday, where ho has a position with tho U. S. Rubber rompnny.-Mrs. W. A. Leo and daughter, Harriett, visited her brothers, O. N, nnd Wesley Sherblno, In Mlddlebury Inst week. Richard Parker nnd daughter of Fllchburg, Mnss., are visiting his brother, D. H. Parker. Irene Hnllock nnd Duwnno Bacon are ill with tonsllltls. J. W. Otis of Jay, N. Y.. Is quite 111 at the homo of 'his son, P. W. Otis. The townspeople will be pleased to learn of the birth of a fon to Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Preston of Blnghnmton, N. Y. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. V. Evarts were In Lincoln Sundny. Mrs. Lillian Straight of Jay, N. Y Is visiting her brother, P. W. Otis. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Leo were In Bristol Tuesday. Helen nnd Chnrles Otis nccompnnled their uncle, C. W. Otis, to Mlddlebury Monday. LINCOLN The lndustrla will meet Thursday at the homo of Mrs. Arthur Strong. There will be n dance Friday evening In Jackman and Garland's linll.-B. N. lll'.l of Bristol flpent Sunday at the home of Lewis Jnck man. Mrs. Hilt nnd two children, who had spent several dnys there, returned home with him. C. R. Blcknell nnd family returned Monday from several days' trip to points In the eastern part of tho State. Mrs. Eva Leno of East Mlddlebury Is the guest of her daug'hter, Mrs. Edward Stowe. George Garland Is on a business trip to Bellows Falls. Tho Rev. Morton Hale, who Is spending his vacation In town, was railed to his home In Cabot the past week to officiate at a funeral. Word has been reccled of the death of Mrs. Amanda Bush In Burling ton. Funeral services were held Wednes day afternoon at three o'clock In Bristol. Mrs. Mary Martin of Jeffersonvlllc Is visiting her parents, Josep'h Mnrtcll and wife. Mrs. Wnrner Pierce ig visiting her sister In York Village, Me. Edwin Beebe of Bristol and Renato Passanl of Proctor were callers Sunday at tho homo of D. L. Garland. C, R. Plerco and wife were In Huntington Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Allen Pierce. C. R. Purln ton and family spent Sunday at Lake Dunmore. Ferris Stokes and wife are visiting nt the home of C. S. Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Eddy of Burlington were guests Monday of Mr. Eddy's aunt, Mrs. L. E. Jackman. Alice Madlgan of Burlington Is In town visiting friends. Miss Mary Turner Is at home from Bur lington, where she nttended the session of summer school. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Thayer, Mrs. Oeorge Garland, Mrs. Nell Mclntyro and II. W. Smith were In Bur lington Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Anson Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Dyton Hill spent the day Saturday with Edwin Hill at the home of E. M. Tucker. HANCOCK George Butler Is nt work In Warren. Mr. and Mrs. Rlnaldo Whlttler motored to White River Junction and vicinity, calling on Mr. and Mts. James Farley In Meriden, N. H., recently. Mrs. George Beckwlth and three children are visiting her sister, Helen, nnd mother. Mrs. Orrin Beckwlth. In Bristol, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. CurtlR Johnson. Charles Kay, Mrs. Stella Averlll and Miss Blanche Tllden of Barre and Mrs. Olive Russell of Northfleld visited Mr. and Mrs. Loren Spencer the first of the week, coming from Barre by auto. Miss Tilden nnd Mrs. Russell re mained the rest of the week. One was that when ho wont home, to supper, he found a man there who said that ho came to collect a bill. Couture asked him to show the hill, which Cou ture says-, tho man couldn't do. There fore Couture enmo to tho conclusion Hint the insn was paying attentions to Mrs. Couture. He hail somo other rea sons, which were the result of his do ductlve powers. Couture Is a moulder by trade and Is 48 years of rige. Mr. and Mrs. Couture have been married a llt tlo more than 2(i years. Of tho 22 children born, not all are living. Ellas Joseph Polrler of 8.1 North street and Miss Yvonno Poudrlor of lar. West Spring street wero united In mar rlngo by the Row Josoph Turcot Mon day morning at St. Francis Xavlcr's Church. A very pretty wceddlng took plncc nt St. Stephen's Church Monday morning at eight o'clock, when Bertha M. Snyder bc enmc the. bride of Victor E. Mongeon. They were nttomle.l hv thalr fnlhnrs. Edward Mongeon of Wlnooskl and Sidney! nice Caswell has returned to her nome Snyder of Springfield, Mass. The brldo I hi Manchester, N. H after spending attempts they escaped their pursuers and departed on a short wedding trip. Upon their return they will reside In Shclburne. EAST SHELBURNE Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry F. Lake and daugh ter, Mnry, of Concord, N. It., spent tho week-end nt the homo of Mtb. Lake's brother, Walter E. Sutton. Tho Misses Ethel nnd Irono Atwood and brother, Fred, have gono to Mnlone, N. Y., to visit relatives for a couplo of week, Mr. nnd Mrs. F. Benway of St. Albans spent Sunday at Phlllza Lnmott's. Met tle Benway has gono to 'his homo In St. Albans for a few dnys. MDLiTON Miss Hilda Woodruff has been granted a scholarship at Mlddlebury College for a second year by Senator, Martin S. Vilas. Mrs. Mary St. Johns H hides nnd son, Howard, of Athol, Mnss.. nro visiting her slstor. Miss Minnie St. Johns. Miss Ber- wns dressed In white silk voile trimmed with pearls, she wore a veil and carried a bouquet of sweet peas. After the cere mony a wedding breakfast was served at tho home of tho bride. Many friends nnd relatives attended the wedding, somo from out of town, nmong them being Sidney Snyder or Springfield, Mass., Eugene Lavalleo of Holyoke, Mass., Robert Mongeon of Lake George, N. Y Mrs. Agnes Prevler of Montreal nnd two several dnys at the homo of Benjamin Caswell. Mrs. Clara Rogers, Miss Har rletto Rogers and Miss Hnrrletto Teach out of South Lancaster, Mass., went to Camp Bctula Casa Friday, whero they will spend the month of August. Tho Misses Lois Sturges nnd Klara Robinson were in St. Albans Saturday. .Miss Flor ence Wagner Is able to bo out again af ter several weeks' Illness with rheuma tism. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Allen of Co- glrl friends of Meriden, Conn. Mr. and ''j!U!' " Mr; a"(l Mrs', 'f.1 lew:" "e" Mrs. Mongeon received many beautiful and useful sifts, Including cut glass, silverware and linen. Thoy also received a $50 check from the bride's father. Mr, and of Oswego and Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Allen of New York city are In town visit ing nt tho homes of their brothers. Judge W. D. Miller has returned to Newport Mrs. Gebrlke sent them beautiful boll- J j( " KHen Wagnerl Mrs. U. K. Powel! quel of flowers. Mr. and Mrs. Mongeon K Trot ,,, , Cnare3 left on the steamer Tlcnnderoga Monday .. H Mr!l ., , ,,.. h.v. ona triet.-Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Meld or "'"", from 'Washington D C for i spending a few days with her sister In Stnrksboro are visiting Mr. Field's sister, j vri vjyi?ii- nrul Ir V " II "AVU- Rlchvllle. has returned to her home. Mrs. Waldo Powers. Mr. and Mrs. ur''s ' '.fjpj Friends Quarterly meeting Constance Donah, who hns been work- LeDuc of Orwell spent Sunday with Mr. , ""suorS Sundny Ing In Rutland, was a Sunday visitor of mdMrs. David E. Ryan. Superintendent i ,,. "", jjton of New York city visited his daughter. Mrs. Herman Austln.-Mr. nf Schools W. L. Cogglns has returned , "t0" 1 L. ' ' . and Mrs. Leo Florev motored to Fair . H. C. Bessett, fn,i- -i sim ofi t Irtti wit h rotii t Ivpb 1 n Rnstnn .j ..iii... n-. ,. ,ninr iniHfu , her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs from Montpeller are engaged in hauling Sundny.-Mr. and Mrs. Perley Lord and material for the repairs being made on ! daughter. Grace have gone to Saranac ., . p.iii'. fhnrrh to I in route to Hartford, Conn., after vlslt- the residence of Mr. and Mrs. George R. Thorno. State Fish and Game Warden Herbert A. Booth has returned from an official visit to Alburg and vicinity bringing with him the State motor boat Ing Mrs. Lord's sister, Mrs. James P. Dean, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Runsell spent Sunday nt Monkton Ridge. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Bonrdman of East Mlddlebury were In town Sunday. u-hleh will he used for Dutrolllncr service i Mrs. Byron Field, who 'has been In Porto on Lake Champlnln.-MIss Marguerite I Rico for severnl months, is visiting her Rartley hns gone to Arlington to visit her Hunt, Mrs. Norbert P. Ilebert, after which she will go to South Londonderry to visit Miss Olive Phelps. Robert Kctch im and guest, Samuel Austin, of New Or leans, La.. F. W. Flagg and George Floyd, Jr., left yesterday for an automobile trip to Montreal. Thomas Bartiey and Fran cis Kellcy have returned to Bridgeport daughter, Mrs. E. A. Preston ADDISON Amos Bodette, who has been at the Fanny Allen Hospital for two weeks, re turned home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M, A. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Clark and Mrs. C. 11. Marshall attended To mnnn Grange in Cornwall Wednesday. Conn,, after a visit to Mr. Baitley s , jiny are planning to attend tc field day mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Bartiey. Mr. nnd ! meeting at the government farms In Wcy Mrs. George Floyd, their son, Dewey, Mr. Ihrldge August 11. Mrs. B. E. Bristol and nnd Mrs. Charles Bartiey mado an auto- j children are .spending this week with iter mobile trip Sunday to Westport. N. Y , parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark. nnd visited Mr. Floyd's brother, William Grnnd View Grange held a meeting Frl Floyd, and his brothers, Justin and Frank j ,ny evening and observed children's night. Floyd. There wus a fine program carried out by State Fish nnd Game Warden Herbert the children,. Ice cream In cones was A. Booth went Tuesday to Milton to as- served. Mr. and Mrs. Meach nnd 5Ir. slst In posting the State reservation In nn, .Mrs, Ayers of Monkton and Mr. that town. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel T. Don- a,i .MrP, .Vewton of Forestdaie were nelly have gone to Klmberma, Mass., to , Kundnv guests of E. S. Cross. Josh ipend their vacation. Mrs. Chudley nnd Tatro has moved to Bristol. Mrs. John daughter. Miss Rose Chudley, nnd tho t Rimer has as her guest her cousin, Mrs. Misses Lucy and Mary Gregory of New steel, of Cambridge, N. Y, Stella Cross York city on their way to spend their s n Bristol and Monktor. this week vacation at Long Point were recent visiting friends. Several from here at guests of Mies Lucy Rivers. Miss Rhea tonded the rally In Bristol Thursday eve Miner of Holyoke, Mass,, a former reA j nlng. Mr. and Mrs. Wlyhur Smith and Haven Frldny where Mr. Florey went for an automobile. Mrs, Belle Oakes who has been 111. Is much better. STARKSBORO Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Casey of Mlddle bury, Walter Bnssett and Miss Evelyn Gordan of Boston were guests at Edmund Hnnnon's the 10th and 11th. Miss Theresa Kalahari of Wells nnd Franklin Falkln buiy of Fair Haven are passing the week with their brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. .1 ..I, Kalahan.-Mrs. Jt. Swift at tended the funeral of her sister, Marc I a Sayles, In Huntington last week. Mrs. Mailette Norton of Burlington Is visit ing at Dr. Wade's this week. Mrs. M;-in Sayles of Milford, Conn,, visited Mr Dennis Shlvcrette last week, Miss Doro thy Slilverette hns vcturned home nfter a week's stay with her uncle In Monkton. The Rev. H. P. Glalster has returned linmc. Mrs. Glalster and children are In New York city with her sister this week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Browncll wero in Burlington for the week-end. The fol lowing were callers at G. E. O'Bryan's and D. D. Bostwlck the 7th. Mr. and Mrs. George Chaffee of Mlddlebury, Mrs. Hunter of Worcester, Mass., Mr. and Mis. Chnrles Clark and Walter Colby of Lincoln and Mrs. Ferris of New Jersey. Mrs. W. N. Hill is In very poor health. Mrs Hattle Darrah and children of Westport, N. Y visited her aunt, Mrs, Royal Smith, recently, H, E. Miles and family of Berlin, N. II,, are guests at C. II. Blckford's. Mrs. Sarah Ann Stokes of Ferrlsburg Is visiting relatives here. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. White nnd Mr. and Mrs. F. S, Ferguson were at F. A. MONKTON The Rev. J. H. Gothey was away Sun day, being called by the Illness of his brother. Mrs. Gothey occupied the pulpit and delivered an able discourse. The entertainment Monday evening was Inige ly attended nnd a great success finan cially.. Little Miss Dorothy Lewis gave a dance. Miss Stella Cross of Addison Is tho guest of Mrs. D. O. Meech nnd family. She formerly was a teacher heie. Mr. und Mrs. Chnrles Stay and daugh ter, Kathleen, who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Ladd the past week, have gone to White River Junction to reside. Several of their friends here had tho pleasuie of hearing Miss Kathleen sing. W. 11. and 11. C. Gee with their families attended the funeral of their sis ter, Mrs. Allien Gee Brown In Bristol Wednesday. Mr. and Mis. E. II. Palmer and family, who have been visiting nt'tlie home of their aunt, Mrs. F. H. Dean, re turned to Bristol Tuesday. John E. Col lins nf Haverhill, Mass., Is visiting his sister. Mrs. R. I.. LaRose, and family. Mrs. D. E. Meech, Mrs, 11. 11, Ayres und Miss Stella Cross motored to Bristol Tuesday. F. D. McEntee was a Burling ton visitor Tuesday. The Misses Cicely and Ruth Donahue, violin and piano, as sisted with the musical part of the enter li(nment Monday evening.Mrs. G, C. Farr Is visiting her people this week. PANTON Last Sunday the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs Archie Qulnton of Panton werc:Mr. and Mrs. R. Bonneau, Mr. and Mrs. P. Poulln, Mr. anil Mr." J Ilebert, of St. John, P. Q., Mr. and Mrs. E. Ilebert and daughter. Cecllc of Montreal, P. Q., Mr. and Mrs, P. N. Hebert of Lynn, Mass. Mr. nnd Mrs. Eugene Ilebert and daughter, Zlta, of New Haven, Tho Ladles' Cnlon will met Wednes day afternoon, August IS, with Mrs. Mar- Ident, is visiting her uncle and aunt, Mr I famllv have been snendlng a few days In and Mrs. Henry G. Miner. Mr. and Mrs. nrlstol, the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter t Thome's In Bristol Sundny to visit Mr. John oung and daughter or New York , rsh. The Rev. A. J. Browcr Is having O'Nell, who cam from New orK city Ity are visiting Mrs. Young's mother, I vacation. The Friendship club met Mrs. William II. Pecue, 13x-Town Rep- , Monday evening nt the homo of Mr. and resentatlvo W J. Sheridan of Slielburno , .Mrs, John Elmer nnd entertained the was n recent visitor uf his sister and other .ctivlty class of West Addison. A very relatives in tills vicinity. Mhw Helen j pleasant evening was spent, a program Andrus has returned from a visit to her carried out, and Ice cfenm and cake aunt. Mrs. Fred Ladd of Barre and Miss 'hf.rveil.. About seventy were present. M.r Eileen Ryan and brothor, James, have 1 ami m, j, c Thomas have as their returned from a visit to Castleton and ' Ki,Pfts Mr. nnd Mrs. White of Braltle Brnndon. where they havo been spend- horn, ng their vacation. Mrs. Frank Leonard and son and Infant daughter, have re- ; ORWELL turned frorm a visit tu her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Hull of Burlington. Leicester Benton, daughter and two sons, of Wll llmantlc, Conn,, aro visiting Mr, Ben- I ton's mother, Mrs. L. F, Benton nnd his i brother, Cecil It, Benton, Tho Misses Ida I and Mary Rnlll of Rockland, Mass., are i M. G. Cronan of Hartford, Conn,, Is a guest of friends In town. Mrs. Emma. Wolcott of Brldport Is a guest of her sis ter, Mrs. G. L. Smlth.-Dr. nnd Mrs. 13. F, Johnston are entertaining a nleco nnd nephew, Miss Marjory and Sydney Pike, visiting their uncle and nunt, Mr.' and ; nf , M'?dlct0,n,', f ont.-Mr. Elinor Hall afternoon for a trip uround New York State. After their return they will reside at 122 East Allon street. About 1:30 o'clock yesterday after noon n seven-passenger car owned by Joseph Parlzo and driven by his son, Clarence, collided with a runabout owned by Dr. Hill nnd driven by IiIb son, Morgan. The collision occurred nt the corner of Weaver and West Al len streets. The Pnrlzo car was com ing from Main street over West Allen street when the two cars collided. From all reports the runabout had just reached the corner and was cross ing Weaver street when the Parlzo car ran broadside Into the runabout. Tho small car was badly damaged, wlille the larger car was less so, the front wheels, forward mudguards and hood were bent and twisted. Both oc cupants of the car were fortunate in escaping Injury. Fred Moquin of this place appeared In municipal court Monday on a charge of non-support. He was arrested and taken Into court on n warrant Issued by the State's nttorney and was sen tenced to not less than IS or more than two years In the house of correc tion In Windsor. He Is the father of five children ranging from two nnd n half years to 14 years of age. He had neglected them to such nn extent that a complaint was entered against him. I.'pon Investigation It was found that the H-year-old girl was a delinquent and she wns taken to Vergennes during the remainder of her minority. The other four children were placed In the hands of the probation officer and board of charity. The mother Is 111 and 111 the hospital. The couple had not been living together for the past three years, the mother residing here and the father had been working In Montpeller. He had not, as far as could lie learned, helped townrds the support of the family for some time. The mother being ill and In the hospital, the children wero left to take enro of themselves. The attention of the police was called and they took the matter In hand. Joseph Gamache appeared In municipal court Monday and wns lined J25 and costs for running an automobile without a license. ESSEX JUNCTION Schools In every division of the Chit tenden central district will begin work September 7 except the schools of the town of Charlotte, which will resume work August 30. The superintendent wishes to express her gratitude to the training class candidates for the many speedy replies to her Inquiry In Tues day's paper. The training (inss will begin work September 7 A telegram was received from Washing ton. D. C, by Charles S. Atherton stating the denth of a sister, Mrs. It. H. Taylor of Wllllamsport, P.i,, who for many years was a resident of Wnterbury. Mrs. Irving E. Huntley nnd Mrs. Orvis H. Nichols will entertain the ladles of the O. E. S. at Mrs. Huntley's cottage "Bay View," next Tuesday afternoon. Each lady Is requested to bring something In a covered dish. Those having cars are expected to piovlde transportation for those who haven't. All nre cordially In vited. .Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Goyette received news last week of tho serious Illness of their son. Chnrles, who was stricken with typhoid fever whllo working aboard the night steamer "Trojan" on the Hudson lino from Albany to New York, Miss Flora Goyette, a sister, went to Albany Sun day night. Ileports from the Albany Cltv Hospital and from the attending physician seem favorable. Marie, the 11-year-old daughter of Mr, Powell and Mrs. II. L. Powell have gone to Camp Heart's Dcslro to spend the ; month of August. Mrs. L. II. Trotter of Narberth, Pa., Is the guest of Mrs. H. E. Powell. J. E. Wagner has a new G. M. C. truck nnd Orson Hewey has a new Franklin touring car. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bagley havo returned to their home In Audobon, Iowa., after passing some time Margaret Brown accompanied them a two weeks stay, Mrs. Downer, linn nnnn ill inr inrfn mnniiiH. in uh slowly, JERICHO. AIM n tl Ik T HnliTa H'nulnn nr f brldRO hnvc rented rooniK in thn L. suukj j ucifi iim vtm innn iimiitui ponsesslon. Mr. and Mr. Otis Shcr tt , pnmnnnlml I... (vh Un.nt. tip, tali Cambridge wore Sundny visitors i(t .IUIII,: ui 14UICII'.'J w, IWI-e. lll-ll u X' I. and Mrs. Alton Fish of Richmond, w recent visitors nt the. homo of Mr, ,mn. iiiiiiirn nil rnnv. .ai r. linn ; r. .1 gone to Cnmp Rich for a few days to v wini .Mr. linn .Mrs. 'r. iinrrin AimM j Flnee. who linn hpnn nf th hnmn nf weeks, has gone to Old Orchard Bencl A. , t . ,11-1. 1 .11 I . , . . . . ing nn undo from Huntington for a vmn. ttiL'jiiiwiu linn kwiiu Miss Myrtle Algcrs Of Burlington Is Itlng her mother, Mrs. Estella Algers Verna Potter of Chicago, aro at thn M fin hnmn for a few davs. Prof. Geo Story, who has been visiting at the ho nf Mr. nnd Mrs. Hurd F Montnguo the past few days hns returned to i.Ainn in YVHrnr.HTf.TV .tin.. .Mr nnr .1 Frederick Fisher nnd Mr and Mrs. Fr erlck King nnd children, of Rlchmo wcrq recent visitors In town Mr, Mrs. Hnrold Peck and Mr. Schlmm of Essex, took a trip to Mt. Mnnsfl recently. Edward Varney hns gone Hrait innnrn. wnprn nn iiilh il iiuhiliw .Mr. anil .Mrs. r reuenni muvi-nn u. ..nnr. In M ft M r 1 C OI nr. .MORS.. Wnem I " "" nnvn nnmririnn lis ovrrsnrr.s oi si i,i llinn.-.i i vvuiini, ,,. Paige, who have been visiting nt the ho of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lclghtnn c Jtlcc, Mirnrxl t n their hnmn In St. Albans P unlay evening. Mrs. George Story son, Everett, who are visiting at the hrt 111 ll. hum , ....... ..ri II Vt!l "flu Him J I inuuin in .........n. and Mrs. Lelghton C. Rice attended muslrnl club In Bnrnngtnn Monday t llinn -," , dny. JERICHO CENTER The Rev. r. J. Malzard will take for subject next Sunday morning ' Lo Rich. Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Swett have re turned to their home In Minneapolis, Minn., after passing several .weeks at the home of Henry W. Allen. Prof. Evan Thomas of Burlington will supply the pulpit of fne Pnited church Sunday In the absence of the pantor, the Rev. F. E. Talbee. who Is vrsltlng his father and sister at Bristol, R. I. UNDERHILL Notices will soon he out of the eighth Mead family reunion to be at Underbill Friday, August 20. An out of doors' meet- ; Ing Is planned If weather conditions are favorable and a picnic dinner. Otherwise, a suitable hall wilt be secured. Mrs. Foster of West Medford, Mass.. Is visiting friends in tl Is vicinity. Mrs. Fos-j ter will be remembered as Miss Ardellej i. i, inr.inn nnvn rpi irnnn , rnrii .uc Bav. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Howe daughter. Esther, of California are gue at E. 11. Smith's. Glen George was ... - lnu.1 t lnln.lln. V.n 1 of Montpeller and Mr. and Mrs..F. Gomo were Sunday visitors of Mr. Mrs. F. S. Lawrence. Mrs, Thon llenlev of Richmond was an over-Ftinc visitor of , her daughter Mrs. E. Maioney. RICHMOND .lamps Hartncss. candidate, ior fcovorn q to be the PpeaKer at me i-noor relobrntlon here. The American Leg: . t.- h.ti,. 1'OSt Will aiSO OOPrve lllO nvnuaj. "Legion day. Pin Taf.imr. TtoiTV Wllrt VinS TlfMl in ho rrn irt-ti Mi in f itnfirt tu uiiPfPQ in hip ... t .. i i- . . face of discouraging criticism. The ' . .... .., daughter nnd M Chautauqua was a success and next year, Anna Harrington of New York city Green of Brldgewater, Conn., are spet Ing their vacation with their parent". Hllil .Mir., n, v.,,,... - i-i ,.,.r, ........... .-- ny. .Mr. ami .m?, .n,uu v ,,,.,..... children of Walston, Mass., nre visit! Daniel O'Connor, who has been , .r,,au,u nt Mm hnmn nr Mrs. .Marv ieniia not very promising owing to the scarcity j 1Ipnrv rjree,, of New York and Rosi or rnin. uugenc unorisieeves is aiming n veranda to his residence. Major and Mis. William Melrose returned from a visit to St. Johnsbury. The RadcllfTe Chautauqua held here for the first time was a decided success und 25 people have already signed for them, to come next year. C. S. Palmer of. Proctors villa Is the guest of his patents, Mr. nnd r-n C M r'l.lmur llovlnn I'lil.crnvn , . 1 t n XMtt .....I ...... ...1,n 1,...n I. nan ..lolTIMrv U T ,1 I.I. . . ... .. , ... U n Un V. Colegroves, leave Thursday lor ineir nome KUent .of Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexnni in Tolodo, Ohio. .Mrs. .Morse oi i am- ferrlen for the past two weeks, has bridge Is visiting her daughter, .Mrs. (.. C. Mead. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F. Nay of Boston are visitors at Dr. W. Scott Nays for a few weeks. Mr. Lane and children of Burlington were guests of her sister, Mrs, Rice, this week. A. II. Sherman Is at home from Queen City Park for a few days. Mrs. Maude Jlc Nenlo has lelurned to her home In Lyndonvlllf after spending several days wltb her sister, Mrs. .1. E. Foster. James Lewis of Fairfax Is visiting R. II. Lewis. EAST CHARLOTTE The marriage of Miss Lena Hicks, th sister of Mrs. Albert Carter, and Eustace Thomas of Shelburne took place at St. Katherlne's Church In Shelburne, Au gust 4. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Estabrook of West Itoxbury. Mass., are visiting Mrs. Estnbrook's sister, Mrs. Curtis Van Vllet, and family. William W. Bowen of Providence, R. 1., is the guest of Miss Wooster and Mrs. Kno. Eugene Steady had the misfortune to lose a fine driving horse recently, the result of a collision with nn automobile. Dr. A. L, Eno of Troy, N. V., Is visiting his mother, Mrs. Phoebe Eno. A large quantity of lum ber owned by the Thomas brothers of Bristol is being moved to Bristol from the mill-yard of Wlnfleld Scott. HINESBURG C. G. Reed has sold his store and busi ness here to A, I. Watson of New Ipswich, N. H. Mr. Watson took possession tues- nay. .mi " ...,. rr,,,.Q,i,,, In thn Sanctuary block for the present. ' jui? mj.nn, -v. ....... , turned lo nor nome .in i roviiiemr. ..i Flvnn nnd son of Chicago were recen i. nnnniii rn i nnrn nn I 1111 street. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burke pngne of Shelburne and Mr and M William Dodwell oi sneinurne were i gUCSlS HI .III. rlim ..nr.. ............ . -(- Tuodny. Mrs. Duby of Philadelphia M .....1 T..u i.n nmnnn nun x ..II. nml ...in. ............. with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Charland . .. ...niii tr-ln t hrnn fU nn ria UIl itll HUHUIIUWIIC K'J1 - r - nn a vpek 8 vacation wnn ncr paini f- -in T-u .mnn nr-rrv, .i ins ..vi . j.. .,nt nn In T L-nlnf t nn 1 fti I .il fl P PI Rill AIT?. M kin of NVv York city, who aro pueMs the Lincoln Inn for tho summer. guest of Mr. and Mrs. L S. Head. WILLISTON .Mr, f loyu I'uiman ami niiruiu ant sneiit part of last Saturday Uiowlni' f Khnllilimn I'nnil. .M SS rl ..LUII ,1.1 Wl ... r- of Mrs. H. H. Richardson. Mrs. S. IMII ? , llll IUIU HUH ,,,.- " were In the city on nusiness mis we Monday. Mrs. George E, Bryant Lnvvpll. Mass.. calleij on ncr sisier. .u rp j MolCenz e took a lonil of gooas lo .mis. rraim r - n...., ., Bristol, l onn., nniumay mr no. nurmii v t..... r-nrivi. rnln. whn has been visit- tlon four days last week. Mr. ami .M . .1. . 1 T.' J-,.ln ivnr In tho oltV Mond iiiu ill , " t - - -i . . Ulu Hntnn In liriHIUl. 1 Ullll. I llt'BUiiy. I IIIKIIl ' "'" I and Mrs. Fllena Skinner are In Port I Henry, N. Y where they arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Hall, Miss Addle Ray- i moiid, who has been visiting relatives In Fort Edward, N. Y returned homo Thurs day, Mrs. F, A. Brntt accompanied her and is a guest nt tho Raymond home- Mrs, Loulso F, Mend went Thursday to '. sneild some time at the home of her son. srer to superintend tho town farm.-Mr. s, ., jjciul, In Shorcham.-Mr. and Mrs. nuto tho Mrs. G. IUIII. BRISTOL At the regular meeting nf the O. E. S. Friday evening there will be Initiation1 followed by refreshments and a social hour, Mr, and Mis, Joshua Tatro have been engaged hy the selectmen nnd over- and Mrs. Nelson Durhaney have returned I o. S, WUell left on Saturdny on an i from a visit In Plattshurg. Mr. and Mrs, ! trp 0f lwo weeks. Mr. WUell, who is ,ionn tiariuran or r;asi urange, ., .1 aro visiting friends in Bristol and vicinity. Morris McLaughlin of Brooklyn, N, Y is spending his vacation with his wife nnd son who havo been hero several weeks. Mr, and MrB, Harrison Lufkln have sold their farm on Bristol Flats to Mr. and Mrs, George Danyaw, Caleb Van Pelt of Merldltb, N. II., wno In town this Week, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Parker and son of Brooklyn, N, Y nro vlsltilig Mrs, Mnrtlm Stewart, Mrs. Alma Curtln of Washington, D. (',, Is a guest of Dr. nnd Mis. A, M, Nortln and W. II. Cnrdill and family .Mrs, Sophia Shcrwln baa flurncd R. F. D, carrier on route No, 1, In taking his annual vacation of 15 days. Mrs Cora Smith and two sons, Arthur and Itollan, are guests of Mr, and Mrs, G, L. Smith. Chnrles II, Lewis Is In very poor health. -Mr. and Mis. D. L, Wells Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. Williams and Mrs. Lillian Bascom returned Sunday evening from a trip to Sarunnc Lake. C. E, Gordon, professor of geology in the State college at Amherst, .Mass,, is doing research work In this vicinity. Miss Eniinu Nccdham Is visit ing at the homo of hor brother, George, in Albany, N. Y.-Orwell had tho first ''hiU.l'i'l" ia week and It proved auilllnga MouUzs for tho week-end. C. Ladoo was with Ills sister In Burlington the last of th week. Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Berry of Richmond were at E. W. Smith's the 8th. Jesso Merrill and family, of Moriah, N. Y visited his brother Bert Merrill, last week, Miss Ada Merrill returned home with them for a week's stay, Mrs. Nella Hill has returned from Burlington, where she has been working. G. H, Clifford Is In Churlotte this week, Mr. nnd Mrs. William Ellison of Hartford, Conn., are at Walter Mason's. The C. C. C. I10IA an afternoon social nt tho home of Mrs. Ornco Mnnum this week. Mr. 1 1 til of Montreal Is stopping at F. M. Walston's for n few days. Miss Flora and Master Edwick Bostwlck of Hlnesburg nro pnss- Ing tho week with their grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. D, Bostwlck, Miss Ruth Folansbee, who recently visited her sis ter, Mrs, Andrew Ilnlleck, is now In South Stnrksboro with relatives. Mrs. W. S. Hayes attended tho funeral of her sister, Mrs. Allen Pierce, In Huntlpgton Center Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. John Kecnan and D. A. Kecnan of Port Henry. N. Y nnd Mrs. Isabellc Halmon of Mlddlebury wero guosts at Edmund Hannon's the 8th. The Misses Ag'ncs Casey and Ellen Ronan of Plttsfleld, Mass,, nre with Mrs. John Hannon for a few weekB. SHOREHAM Miss Lottie Hull of Chattawoga, Tenn., Is passing her vacation with her aunt, Mrs. Eva Mcrrltt.-Mr. and Mrs, M, P. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook, and daughtor went to Hydo Park August 6. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth returned Sunday, Mr. nnd Mrs, Charles Frost of Athol, Mnss,, nre visiting his mother at his brothers, Elba Frosts. Miss Norma H'alto has returned from a visit In Fair field, Julia Douglas rnrker of I .linr P rilft II.VA1P.niH 1 Qlinhln F I 1111. s.p------ - . . . t tin Fleming, Mrs. Lancaster entertained I ,;.,.." L ..... ... . nKhtors will be held at the , guest or ner num. -mi . jh.i m . Clarence Sprngue Is In Burlington this m-c 1 f" , as 'hostess: topic of meeting, bury was the guest of Mr. and 7rt 1. 1 .1.- , 1.1. Inn. II. nnrl 1 '""""I "1IUU 111.1111 Willi llllie IlieilUrl. ...,.,. n-l. ...rl nnnt.n t- l Lnrlnr a "hfirl Mlllf. HCO Mil ttftn lur llir IPIIIOVH Ul inn . ... ,1 "Tpilw 1' riPmln nt', I II i" ncvrim -, i .-. v.. , - . ...i. ... W.H., nnr.nr.t tho home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert .1.1 1 rl" . ... ..,i mi.. , ,,c i.inr-nln. Nnb.. called luicnuiua.iii, Him .ll tisri I t. ...i.,... , ., . , , fpa Will I'C fit i into Hiiruiif,) v iitii'in .... . - nro camping with mends In the northern I "''n'0I" on No',th, tr'X " comfort- ' , have c of , from, , to.n recently.-The Rev. part of the State.-Mrs. F. E. Grandey , n ''c" ul .K wl I be taken home 1 lr01.ram.The family of Charles n. Potter nnd wife from Stillwater, and granddaughter. Violet Otis, are fortly. The ch I d waS visiting her aunt VX , Is In camp this week at Lake Y.. came Wednesday of this week to spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. lohn,; arnernl;rhnriln8n0 Klst 8tree' iroquo s.-Mr. nnd Mrs. Leon Miner, who lhl. guesh. of their daughter. Mrs, Otis of Rlpton. Tho Rev. and Mrs. West! went in tho afternoon to play on North ' ,' , , Mal,sr,cl,usQtts for some F. Goodrich, for two weeks. Mrs, I are with Mr, Grandey during this absence, i street. Vi hllo t hero she ran from the house Mr. Miner's parents.-.MIss Mnns amI SOn. Dean, of South ltoyalt Mr n,i Mr. T n Pmncls of Oris- Pnst a hammock 111 which children wero "'"f ", .orf. v...lnesdav for a Lnt fPu- .lavs with their narcn l.ll,l..n.nr. r, .. ,1 .. .1 ... r. 1 . ...Il . ...... V. splnmng tMs ' week ZVu friends hero the back of her head striking the edge of and In VerKeruieN -W lam Curler celc- "inent aldewnlk. She was able to get b?Udhl;K S by Pitch-1 -a'k to East street without a.- ing three loads of hay and heU- ns ; uoou t, D,., ArcTianihault was calle the chores, lie and 1. s son. t .ln ton, lmN O ( dono their entire haying. Aside from somo ,,,' ,,,. 0,,,: ,, trouble with' rheumatism be Is in com paratively good health. GRANVILLE N, L. Bnyro and family "d Mrs. Emnin Hubbard have been spending a week In cnmp nt liighgato with H. Hubbard nnd fnmlly.-lt. Wlnford Swan, ?ho lias been spending several weeks at Eugene Cnmp bclls went Snturday to Burlington and from thein will -n nnn to Ills 'homo 111 Lake Helen, Florldn.-A. A. Thresher anillrlgt Weck. party from Boston called on Mr. ami .'ir. I. a. Sargcant Saturday.-Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ford and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ford were In Ludlow with relatives Sundny.-Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ford were In Montpeller Tuesday. g ed bos- pltnl .where Dr. G, M, Snbln performed an operation that evening. The child's skull was fractured and only the quick work saved her life. Mrs, J. A. Donalun received news Fri day of the death of her brother, M, B, Meouan, at Daytona, Fla. Mr, Meennn visited her last year after an absence of 32 years. Sergeant Leonard Colby lias received an honorable discharge from tho urmy nnd came home from Camp Dnveus Chittenden County WINOOSKI Joseph Couture of Hall street wns sentenced to not less than four nor nioro than 12 months in the house of correction PH,in in inunlchi.il court, etttUAwLoe bl conviction, on a. cliWKO ufjbloasoins. The- bridesmaid was attractive SHELBURNE St. Catherine's Church was the scene at a very pretty wedding Thursday morn ing when Miss Lena Gertrude Hicks be came the bride of Eustnce P. Thomas. The Nov. Father Henry officiated. The at tendnuts wero Miss Kitty Noonan nnd Harold Thomns, brother of the groom. Arthur Stehblns and Harold MacDonald acted as usbors. Mrs. Thomas Stanton pre sided nt the organ, Dining the service solos were rendered by Miss Florence Bacon of Charlotte nnd Gnrtott Crowloy. the bride wns gowned In whlto georgette crepe nnd woro a veil caught with orange 10 dnys' visit with relatives in .Mnione aim i jir, nmi jirs, .Nelson liusnncii n Brushton, N, "el sisier rvunvi-u, , Stearns or iiuriingion spent n lew (in Burlington went with her. .Mr. anil .mis. iasl WPOu with her neice, Mrs A C A. Daw ana cuuurcn, uhjiuiu ...... i .ag(, ju- i.amg or me Aim-sain i.nniriin u'lll sneiiic in mo .ueinou episcopal uuurcn next nununy mmim U. .,,.. unhnnl nt I 1, 11 ll.linl hmirT Edith Keriyon, or Chester, nro visuiuk Mrs, Daw's parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. J. Sprngue. ESSEX CENTER Charles Prouty nnd family of Grand Isle visited Miss Margaret Brown last week. Mrs. Peck of Worcester, Mnsw., Is visiting her father, C. W, Bales, and nt L. M, Bates', Mrs. Farnum and son, Butler, pf Chicago, who havo been at tho Mt. View the past month, returned last week Thursday. Mr. and Mrs, Harry Ayotto and children of Worcester are visiting friends here. Philip and Fred Comeau spent Sunday in St. Albans. Tho Rev. and Mrs, Wescott aro at Sheldon this week attending camp-meeting, Ex tensive repairs aro being made on the community house, Mrs, William McClaln and daughters, Marlon and Wllma, of Westford called on friends Monday, Miss Anna Mallory of St, Albnus called on her Y...I 1 ni..t.nl. .. t,.n n'nlnnlr Ul, , nv I lr iinninir.il irnm K nr Tin in .1 Ing unable to fill his appointment that time, RIVERSIDE William Batchelder went Friday Howe, a trained nurse in Los Angel iiowc. Anna cnieman oi ni .mihiii.-. " has been visiting nt A. L. Bartlett s, turned homo Saturday, Mrs, D, to lloston Wednesday, going ny mr . A C. TAl.nul,i,.t. nnrl 1 1, n W HI t H MnliniSI aunt, Mrs. Oeorge Blxby, Monday. Miss Eunice and Kenneth Humphrey went W Dean of New York city and the Misses Moxoau of New York city and Betty Lou, neighbor, nre boarding at A, W. Paquett's. Mrs. Austin and daughter of New York city nre at tho Mt. View. Mr. and Mrs. John Andrew's of Essex Junction visited friends here last week, Mr, nnn Mis. Allen Brown of Bridge port. Conn., returned MoadiJ visitors at Roy Lamson's cottage. Malletts Bay Sunday. Mrs, Marlon Ba nnu miss wary unn-n u i ,,.n." Whltcomb. Mrs. Bruce nnd daught lnnn nf rmav .llinptlnn Vi'pm lll.'rl- guest- of .Mrs. Clifford Klrby. M