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fTHE BURLINGTON FREE PRESS AND TIMES: THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1920.
l-VifA-,. --tlT-n-il ItVMau TV- Tlartrllfr .iiauiauqua nae oeen wfii H-neiiueu mm t J. A. MeKeef's. The W It. C. will hold a social after- nnn hi it. - . it. nn rr nnv n i iprnnnn . nere urtJ ijuiun iu im ueu on" Bupper ill wc d v a i. diA ij LiKi.ni i n ret" ng that was planned for Friday after loon to see about forming the young peo- flv afternoon Rt ihrp nVlnrk at th A. R. hall. It la hoped that nil those rVin ha te fhltflrn nr ara Int AnelArl In iiiiui cu v in hi n.ic-iiuu.in.r, j n rwiu mil i. iiaumuiiuA uinifu luesiioy nisni nere mas open a Konn crown hi nil if oyed by all, Dr. Barker received nlgnera a.v pvpnlne to warrant I mm rnmliif caln next v&ar. L,. Mvor nf Thptfnrri s vteitlng hlfl sister, Mrs. J. A. McKeefe. spending hl vacation at .1. A. Mc PP TP R. A I r. OMH ATre A ft Villi- Vav nf iciTKG innn 01 isbpt . nni nn in visit- ng mlss Emma Kdwards. Mr. and Mrs. I'll. IIlll .lia. IL4 lldlliUII 111 laimiiii ni c tif'ciiuiiipj riiyJC imiu iiu HUNTLNGT0N Mrs. T. W. Johnson entertained the If- n rl r t - . r ,. ... urned home Sunday from Johnson. Mr nrl Mrs. W C. SnrnciiA nf rtnrllncrtnn lorrlll returned, from Burlington Satur ay accompanied by Miss 'Meader The emalns of Mrs. Marcla Gltlett Sahlns or interment Mra. Harrv Harvev anrl our children of Wnterbury have been 'UllUr. Via.- ,,U,. Taaa... TaU-aa., The death cf Mrs. Allen Tierce, which occurred at her late home August S, after few days' Illness, removes from Starks- ts most esteemed residents. Zollah Inez ttjucsi ui 1 1 it. (leucrtPPHi ner lavuruc :ymns wen sung by Mrs. Adams. Thoro vere many beautiful flowers from rola Ives and friends and from her Sunday nrl twrt ftlctAre Mre TTtla Tlavc nrtA "Trci 1 anny ftcnopnoorirfi. .i r. ftp.rrp wisnps o extend his thanks to nil, who ex.- lmely assistant to him In his sorrow, HUNTINGTON CENTER Mrs. Allen Pierce died last Thursday iter a snort inness w-un peritonitis. She ; n luvuiu wiie linn mnirmr. HPHinps h up nann . rnrpp rnimrpn siirviw. nnn nn . eiu irom ine rnurrn tunnav ai onp liocx. i np rvpv. i nomas nHms mil m nv rpnupT nr tup nprp.ispn. a m nnp hose to attend the funeral from out of own were Burton Britton of Plainfleld, Mrs. Fay Small and children. Robert nn aianon. are v sltlnr ner narpnt$. Motte. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Stevens ST. GEORGE Mrs. Jennie Ruel from Burlington is i Hump nr siRTi nnn na nr-ii ifir i r onri t r. i :n en h sn rv anrl naiiff iter .aura irl Ayer and daughter, Kathcrlne, and ... CS-dH T B"a r f Brill. Vi Ull, noln. ni.s t Lawrence Welllnger's Monday. COLCHESTER Little Allcft Richards, who had an opera- I. -.Ulnn nl hI-.Ih A T .ill. nrr In T.vnn Mbm. rpturnprl Vinmp Run. ne zriennH in Huston. WESTFORD Clinton B. Stearns is being urged by ik iriRnnis iu lit i Luntiiuate. iur re iimiiui t ton nn iuwii icuie seiiLiiiivt:. Ic cream will be served on the com on naiuruav evciiuiK. u 11 irrrnir 1 111 in nru . i i i ai t: i r-ii u ro icu t.u iiiittl a. l nn iuwi Jitiii cdiuiuav cniwiic ni. riKiiL Ineton will be nre&ent. The Aucust . I .1 T .1 1 1 t .3 ...111 V. . U .1 J - nr i.iii KiruiiLiuiiai lhuii.ii un t uu lih duo August IS Richard Allen went Monday Camp Abnakl for two weeks Miss . . . . . r. .... 1 XT V I. U. JONESVILLE Mr and Mrs. J. A. Atkins of Fitchburg. .oo, i . .kii ..ti nnu ...is. wi...a, two week's vacation with relatives- Mrs. F. H. Balch was In Burlington Mon- nv .1 sh i.innvR rmntrnnn sivnnm? week In Essex Junction with friends mill inn u u l irn nn i ifiului h. l. lud uiimii station In Burlington Mrs. Jennie Carr i -i t i k uoiiri r ic l l n wrrn'i: u wilii her sister, Mrs. A. C. Palmer Mr, and T Tt. Aklns visited at T. S. Rerrv-s In Milton Sunday Mr, ad 'rs. F. H. Balch are entertaining Miss Kffio Den sault of Fall River, Mass. Arthur Rohrer of Georgia, who is visit ing relatives In Burlington was In town last week. He recently arrived In Bur lington from his home In Georgia making t'he entire trip of 1,300 miles on horseback covering the distance In six weeks. The fact that Mr. Rohrer is lame and depends upon the use of crutches makes the trip one of especial Interest. He expects to return soon and Is planning to make the trip In the saddlo also. Mr. Rohrer Is well jknown here having boarded for several years In the family of c. S. Bruah of Bolton. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Atkins of Fitchburg, Mass., with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Young of Plttsford, Pcnn., arrived Sunday to spend a two weeks vacation with relatives Mrs. F. H. Balch was In Bur lington Monday Miss Gladys Hapgood Is spending a week In Essex Junction with frleds Clofford Sablns Is enjoying a va cation from his duties as operator at the Union station In Burlington Mrs. Jennie . . . . . i . Hn etf t...ii..- .... . wiui nfr sister, aire, A. E. Palmer. Mr. arm Mrs. J, B. Atkins visited at T. 8. Berry's In Milton SundayMr. ami Mrs. F. H. Balch are entertaining Miss Efile Densault of Fall Ttlver, Mass. Franklin County ST. ALBANS Louis Touchette, Raymond Pashby and James Houston, soldiers from Fort nthan Allen, who were sentenced to serve not less than two nor more than three years In the State prison at Windsor for ths Urceny of an automobile belonslns to Harold H. Harvey of this city, were tak en to Windsor Thursday by Sheriff Ocorse P. Catlln. Jack Bradley, who was sen tenced to serve not less than two nor more than four years In the State prls on for robbery, was also taken to Wind sor. News has been received of the marriage of Miss Dorothy Tewksbury, daiiKhtcr of the Rev. George A. Tewk.ibury Hnd Mrs. Tewksbury of Concord, N'. H., to Karl Wlnfleld'Peckham, son nf Mr. and Mrs. Edmund V. Peckham of Providence, R. I, The groom Is well known In this city, hav ing been principal of the St. Albans High School. Wedding Invitations have been Issued by ex-Gov. and Mrs. Edward Curtis Smith of this city of the marrlntre of their daughter, Dorothea Bradford, to John Wesley Castlos, Jr., of Xew York, which will take placftat the First Congregational Church Wednesday afternoon, August 23 at four o'clock. Joseph and Anthony Redlc wete pain fully, hut not serlouslv Injured Sunday. Joseph Redlg sustained a bruised right unKie wnen a cane or ire wnirn ne was unloading from an automobile, slipped, and fell to the ground. He was taken to the St. Albans Hospital, where an x-ray photh was taken of the ankle, but It showed that no hones were hroken. An thony Redlg badly Jammed three fingers of his right hand when an automobile Jack slipped under a car on which he was changing a tire. The condition of Marton Prlndle. who Is undergoing treatment at the St Al bans Hospital, Is more comfortable. Kenneth Bartlett, who recently under went an operation at the Marvin sani tarium, has returned homo News has been received of the death of tne hcv. ueorge s. Pratt, rector emeritus of All Saints Church, New York, which occurred suddenly July 2?. Mr. Pratt wis formerly pastor of tho First Baptist Church In this city. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd L. Badger left Tues day morning for St. Petersburg, Fta., where Mr. Badger will go Into business. Mrs. Emma Lake, mother of Mrs. Badger, accompanied them and will spend tho winter In St. Petersburg. The report made to the State Board of Education for the year ending Juno 20. W. shows a total cost of maintaining the St. Albans schools to be J35.771.7fi. The teachers' committee reported that all teachers have signed contracts for the coming year. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alclde Perry August 2. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Augustln Guay August 5. Horace E. Knox has gone to Boston and New York, where he will arrange for music and costumes for the Masonic minstrels to be held here in October. The condition of Miss Jennie E. Osborn, who underwent an operation yesterday at the St. Albans hospital, Is serious. At the. meeting of the school board Tuesday evening the most Important matter discussed was tuition, what would be charged pupils who attended the graded school and high school from out of the city. It was Anally voted to charge a pupil from put of town $70 who attend the high school and $40 for the graded schools. RICHFORD Mr. and Mrs. Arthur King of Boston are guests at the home or Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Morse Miss Kate Rounds of Bos ton Is visiting at the home of her brother. C. M. Rounds The Rev. W. A. Davison of Burlington preached in the Baptist Church Sunday morning Mr. and Mrs. , George Chaffee and three daughters of Troy and Charles Chaffee, of Valley City, .Mjrm ija.Knrn. wprn rpppnf ntoate a. .via nomn ni tnnir rniiBin. Airq a .i ,t . been visiting at the homo of her aunt, Mrs. Sellna Berard, of Troy street has returned to her home. D. M, Janes returned home Saturday from a business trip to New York Mrs. P. M. Flanagan of St. Albans Is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. C. J. Glanville Miss Florence B. Chase and son. Justin, have returned home from Aylmcr. Ont., where they have been vis iting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Jacob Howse The hall game played on Recreation Park Saturday between the Granby, Que., team and the Rlchford team was won by the Granby team, the score being 5 to 1 Lorne Mitchell, son of F. W. Mitchell, of this place and Miss Vivian Salisbury of Berkshire, were married at the home of the hride'a parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Salisbury, July 28. Mr. and Mrs. Mitchell will reside In Rlch ford Mrs. Thomas Taylor and two chil dren of Allston, Majs., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Taylor's mother, Mrs. E. Fay Hopkins Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Barnes and son, Duane, are In camp at Sheldon, Mrs, William Bluett, of Ludlow,- Mass., Is visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Donald Thayer Mr. apd Mrs. Homer Baker of Springfield were recent visitors among relatives and friends here, where they formerly resided Mrs. E. Henry Powell of Burlington, who has been vis iting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Powell for the past few days, re turned to her home Monday Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Read and two daughters, the Misses Louise and Alice and son, Charles Edward, of Concord Junction. Mass., vis ited among relatives and friends In this place over the week-end Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Shontag of Shelburne Falls, Mass.. are visiting at the home of Mrs. Shon tag's brother. A, Leon Kstey The Rev and Mrs. E. M. Fuller and son, Robert, ond Miss Janette Thompson of North Stratford, N. H visited friends here over the week-end Mr. and Mrs. D. M, Marr and family, who have been In camp on tho shore of Lake Memphremagog for the past week, have returned home Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Valley and daughter. Miss Beatrice and Mr, and Mrs. Roy Hammel arc In camp for one week at Lake Carmi, Franklin John B, Corliss, and son, and aunt, Miss Maria Cox of Detroit, Mich., are In town visiting his aunts, Mrs. I, B. Hawley and Miss Matilda Corliss, and uncles, Omar and Gllmore Corliss Mrs. B. E. Snyder and daughter, Cora, of Shaw. Inigan, Que., and Mrs. John Stevens of Bedford, Que., were recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Colby of Troy street Mrs. Sheldon R. Borlght and two children are visiting In Waterloo, Que., at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robertson Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ovlatt, have returned home from a week's visit In Hlghgate. SWANTON The Shakespeare club held a bas. ket plcnlo yesterday on the lawn of Mrs. Burnett 1 1. O. Jone-s was a busl ness visitor In Phlllpsburg, P. Q.. and other Canndlan points Monday John Austin, after spending several dayB among friends in town, nan gone to Essex Junction for a few dayB before returning to his home In Springfield, Mb.k The Rev. Froser Metzger of Randolph preached at tho Congregational Church Sunday The Rev. W. C, Arnold was In town Monday making preparations for ii two weeks' trip on Lake Champlaln Miss Marjorle Scott left Tuesday morn ing for a two weeks' motor trip with Burlington friends The Rev. Ttolla E. Hunt, pastor of Richmond Hill's Baptist Church, Long Island, will preacli at the Congregational Church Sunday. L. E. Cray has been confined to his homo on Church street several days on account nf lllness.-Lucllo Piatt has returned to her work In the Swanton bank after a two weeks' visit at her homo In Mont gomery. Miss Belle Houston went Tues day to St. Jnhnsbury, where Khe will spend a week with friends. John Web ster has returned from a visit to hla grandfather In Franklin. I. o. Corliss and daughter, Lunette, passed Sunday with friends In Franklln.-lra Skeels and family and Mrs. L. J. Cllne passed Sunday In Fletcher.-Mrs. Archie Prlngle of Brookllne, Mass,, and Mrs. Wlllard Morrill nf St. Albans were recent guests of Mrs. O. B. Klttredgn.-Thc Rev. F Wil son Day conducted services Sunday night at the Hotel Champlnln Casino. Tho male quartet of the Congregational Church had charge of the service. Dr. K. S. Stone conducted services at St. John's Episcopal Church In Hlghgate Sun day morning. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Skeels and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waits at tended church In Grand Isle Sunday. Ray Hogahoon and family of Burlington are parsing several days at Uio home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. GladdenHarold Skeels of Somervllle, Mass., Is passing two weeks at his home on Grand ave nue. Jasper Fleming and famllv nasseri Sunday among relatives In Burlington. Mrs. William Skinner Is expected home from Detroit, Mich., the last of thin week. George Dunbar and family nf Stratford, Conn., aro expected .woon to spend several days among relative In town. Dr Hill and family of Buffalo, N'. Y., were guests Monday at Mrs. E. M. j Hockwell's. The date of th Boy Scout camp lias been changed to the last week In August MKs 15'canor Barrctte E tho guet of her sister. Mrs. Howard Ml. cneu. ri Burlington -Mrs. O. A. Hall ling been entertaining her sister from Ogdens- burg, .V. Y A largo number from here attended the dance at Hlghgate Springs Saturday evening --Tho funeral of Leon LaFrnnte of White River Junction was ! held In the. Church of the Nativity Pat- urday morning, the Rev. Fatlior Salmon officiating. Tho deceased wn 51 m old, the on of George LaFranco of lllghgato Springs Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Allen of First street have been enler- i wining Miss Saxi of Chicago Mr. and Mrr. Llewellyn Jones are at tho 'home of Mr. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. G. .Irr.c.v, on Grand avenue Mi-s Bertha Suitor of Detroit, Mich., Is expected homo this week. i 'hauncey W. Smith was a business visi tor In St. Albans Monday John Lo?ke of St. Albans rend the services at Holy Trinity Church Sunday Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Barton of Flint, Mich., were gue'ti of Swanton friends Tuesday Communica tion of Seventy-Six Lodge, No, 14, F. and A M., was held In the lodge rooms Tues day evening Henry Morrison of Portland, Me., Is passing a few days at the home of his parents on Broadway Miss Alma Eldred nf Sheldon was the over-Sunday guest of her i-lster, Mrs. C L. Herrlek. Irving Chase and family visited Sunday among relatives In East Fairfield Mrs. Ann Keenan has returned from a visit In northern New York .Miss Harriett eenienam or I'ortlanrl. Me.. Is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Morrison on Broad way .Miss Marion Chntter left Friday night for New Jersey, where she will spend a two weeks' vacation The first baseball game on the new diamond .was played Saturday between the Rouses Point team and the Swanton Independents. The result of the game was a score of i to 2 In favor of the Rouse Point nine. Mr. and Mrs. Lavery of Cowansville. P. Q., and Mr. and Mrs. Westover of Ferrlshurg are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ross on Grand avenue J. Fletcher Gilbert has returned to Swanton after visiting In Chazy, N. V .Mrs. J. A. Pickett and her brother, Stephen Braln erd Lawrence of Fnrmlngton, Conn., wero guests Tuesday and Wednesday at the home of Mrs. E. W. Jcwett. Mrs. .Icwett will accompany them to Farming ton and spend two weeks at their home. rue Aomarr-s Foreign Missionary so , , w -le'olst Episcopal Church . H- Mery Weinman at her I home on York street Tuesday afternoon. An outdoor tea was served Mrs. A. H. Spear of Grand avenue Is entertaining Mrs. B. Hlgglns of Montreal Mr. Thompson nnd family of Church street were visitors iu St. Johnsbury Tuesday Mrs. J. C. Klrick Is entertaining her sis ter from Franklin Safford Dunbar is having a two weeks' vacation from his duties in Chutter & Co.'s store. GEORGIA Miss Florence Bragg of the Mary Fletcher hrpita is spending a vacation nt her home Mrs. William Rankin Is visiting In Rome, N. T Miss Lep'lm Abell of Burlington, who Is spending her vacation at her homo here, went Monday io Newport to visit her brother, W. T Abell The Rev. J. M. Jeffrey has re turned from Woodford, W. Va. Mrs. Jeffrey remnlned for a longer visit Charles Law of Los Angeles, Calif., was a recent guest of his sister, Mrs. J. W. Reynold' Mrs. Bertha Burgln of Wash ington, D. C is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. H. Wood Maurice Bliss left recently for the West, where he will spend JiH vacation. He was accompanied by Allan Harris, who ha. gone to Hana, Wyo., to visit his sluer. Mrs. Orson Reynolds. Dr. and Mrs. Fred Kinney of Greens boro aie visiting In town Mrs. Winifred Pattnn and granddaughter. Miriam, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ward Post. -The Camp Fire Gtrlfl returned from Riverside camp Monday. ENOSBURG FALLS Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Draper and three children returned Saturday after passing a week In camp at Riverside Mrs. Carl Bolles of Moran. N. Y., Is a guest In the home of C. II. Abell Mr. and Mrs. C. H Burt nnd niece, Allen Devlne, of Rox hury. are guests In the homo of B II Kendall The Mlsse Graco and Alice Dcnsmore passed Sunday with friends in Sheldon Springs Mr. and Mrs. R. n Strohecker of Morristown, N. Y motored' here Saturday. Mr. Strohecker returned Sunday. Mrs. Strohecker will remain for n visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs O. .Merrill. A ery pretty wedding occurred at the home or E. E. Derby Monday at three o'clock, when his youngest daughter. Ruby Florence, was united In marriage to Harry L. Gustafsnn of Gardner. Mass., the dnuhle ring service being used. They were attended by the bride's sister. Miss IJthel Derby nf this place and U. A. C. Smith of Rutland. The wedding march was played by Miss Ethel Janes. The Rev. Vi. B. Dukeshlre performed the ceremony In the presence of a few Immediate friends. The house was tastefully decor ated' with sweet peas and maiden hair ferns. Dollclourf refreshments were served after the ceremony by the Mlsse Alfreda and Agnes Gustafson of Concord. N. H sisters of the groom. Mrs. Oustafson Is one of Enosburg's popular young ladles, being a graduate of the Enosburg Falls high school und of Bryant & Stratton's Business College. After a short trip, they will reside In Gardner, Mass., where Mr. Gustafson Is ecietary of the Chamber of Commerce The Rev. W. B. Dukeshlre, the Rev. E. E. Scales, Theodore Duke shlre and Norton Irish have returned from a few days' vacation spent at Lake Car mi Anmsca Newclty nnd Miss Dorothy Todd of Rlchford were married at the Methodist parsonage Saturday evening by the Rev. W. ii. Dukeshlre Mr. and .Mrs. Athol R, Hitll and Infant daughter, of Barre nre vlsltln at the homo of Mr. Bell's parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. R. Bell AY. II. Tnwle of Franklin has purchased from n. K. Beatty his twment house on Orchard street. EAST FRANKLIN Mrs. Herbert Richmond, who has been visiting here, has returned home. Miss Cleone Comings of itlchford Is a guest of Miss Kathryn Gllbert.-Mrs. F. A. Gallup and daughters are visiting In Montreal -Mr. and Mrs, S. B. Whitney are In Clar enrevllle, Que., attending a holiness camp meeting. Miss Ellen Croft. Carlton and Melba Whitney accompanied them. The Misses Alda and Ada Guthrie have gone to St Albans, where they will take a nurses' training course at the hospital. Mrs. E. S. Wright and daughters, Dor'o thy and Gwendolyn, have returned to Montgomery Center after a visit In the home of H R. Olmstead. Dr. and Mrs S. W. Hammond of Rutland are guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Hammond. Dr. D. O. Powers of Hlghgate was m town Thurs day.-Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Stlllman re cently visited at Guthrie's Corner, Que Mrs. E. J. Powers has been visiting rela tlve3 In Hlghgate.-Mr. and Mrs. R. p Chamberlln were at East Berkshire Sun-day.-News has been received here of the death by drowning of Donald, only son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Remher of Lynn, Mass. Mr, Rember formerly lived here. FAIRFAX Ralph MrN'all and family of Sheldon were In town Sunday. Mr. and Mrs F C Cherrler and Mr. and Mrs. d'. j! Stevens spent the week-end with Mr and Mrs. C. E. Soodsell of Plattsburg, N. T., formerly of this place.-Mrs. Lennle Grow nf Essex Is visiting Mrs. E. L, Vincent. Mrs. C. Bishop of St. Louis. Mo., Is visiting her mother, Mrs. M. V Hlcks.-Mrs. E. Brown, who has been visiting her mother. Mrs. J. D. .QVlArlrl fn. I ...... . . ni'tKP, returned home Friday. Mrs. Shedd went home with her for a visit of several weeks Mrs. Julia nnn or uuriington Is visiting her sister. .Mrs E. V. Reynolds Mr. and Mrs. Ray I "eynoias Mr. and Mrs. Ray Grcm' of M"'on visited his brother. Fred I A"RUft 8 The Womanjs Home II,onary Rocl(,,' of tne Methodist I E' ral ('hurcn meet Wednesday ! """"loon with Mrs. A. N. Southard of , strE'ct'-T"' hiinday evening Union 1 " . "e' " unautaun.ua tent i n BeUos Free Academy campus. The ' "J"'- " 01'n H,!nt of "& Hill. Ionsr Island, who Is passing his vacation in town, was the speaker. Mr. Hunt was born In Fairfax and has many friends here, who are alwaya glad to hear him Mrs. A. B. Ross and Mary Davis were vis speak Mr. and Mrs. Thompson and .Horn In Burlington Thursday Visitors at moiner, Mrs. A. Gilbert, and sister. Miss ..irtcn uiineri, or Connecticut, were guests of Mr and Mrs. O. M Huntley recently. The Fairfax baseball team was defeated by the Georgia Center team at Fairfax Saturday evening by a 2 to 0 scon. Tho game was called at the end of thu fifth Inning because of darkness. MONTGOMERY A family reunion took place at the tiome of James Manzar Sunday when 3? per sons sat dowp for Sunday dinner. Seven of Mr. Manzar's children. 'll grandchildren and one great-grandchild were present. Three of Mr. Manzar's children were not able to be present. Those who attended the gathering were Mrs. Nora Sawles of Fitch Bay. P. Q., Glenn Towles of New port, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Dorev and daughter of Felch Bay, Mr. and Mrs. E. Mazar of Warrenshurg, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lewis Manzar of Glens Falls and daugh ters, Helen and Bertha, Mr. and Mrs. James Manzar of Richmond, Mr. anrl Mrs. Aldace Place and two children of Man chester. W. F. Manzar of Manchester and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Anderson and six children of this place Mr. and Mrs. Charlos Cerrtel of Watertown. Mass.. and Dr. and Mrs. G. Payne of New York are passing the week at Homer Frazler's Mrs. Frank Kimball returned home this week to Derby after passing a few days with her parents, Mr. and, Mrs. Coaplod. Mrs. A. J. Patten and daughter, Miss Chandler, of New York, Mrs. A. Rosa and daughter of Chicago, Horace Smlt of Worcester. Mass., who have spent the summer with their brothers, J. E. Smith ana George A. Smith, of Black Falls, have returned home Mr. and Mrs. Gamalt and family of Montreal passed the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. Klrk ness The Rev. and Mrs. A. Klrkness, with the Boy Scouts, are in camp at Lake Canni this week Mrs. E. G. Tarble has fold her house and household goods to C. B. Gates Mrs. B. B. Goodale of Bethel is visiting friends In town. FLETCHER Hlland Leach has bought a residence In Cambridge and will move there In the near future William Boozan ha3 bought a new Chevrolet car Mr. and I Mrs. K A. Kezer have bought the Hlland Leach farm Carl Gomo has bought a Ford car Mr. and 'Mrs. Otis Sherman of Cambridge were In town recently George Rooney and family of Fairfax were In town Sunday, SHELDON Miss Leona Jacques of JefTersonville is passing a few days with grandmother, Mrs. Frankle Guard Miss Margaret Ketchum of Brandon Is a guest of her sister, Mrs. M. D. Mack Mrs. Harry Ovitt of Rlchford was a visitor In town Friday Mr. and Mrs. Clylo Morse, who have heen passing a week In Waltsfleld, returned Monday The Radellff Chau tauqua will be in this place Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week The Bible school at Riverside camp ground will open Tuesday, August 10 Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Jennlson and Mrs. Ella Lan pher were In Franklin Sunday. EAST BERKSHIRE The monthly meeting of the Ladles' Aid society wm Tield Tuesday afternoon In the Congregational Church. Supper was served Mr. and Mrs. Merton Fletcher are visiting relatives here Mrs. Hanson and son, John, who hpve been camping on North Hill, nre boarding at Mrs. Hubert Woodward's for a few weeks Mrs. C. M. Rublee and daughters, Har riet and Edna, who have been camping on North 'Hill, returned home last week. Miss Anna Lawrence and nephew, Jlmsy, of Chicago are passing the month of August with Miss Anderson at Bluebird camp Mr. and Mrs. Horace Jenne left Saturday by automobile for Gardner, Mass., where they will visit their daugh ter, Mrs. Robert Bruce, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Phelps accompanied them as far ha Barre, returning by train Saturday night Miss Mary Hurlburt of Enosburg Falls Is passing some time with Mr. and Mrs. Silas Hurlburt Mrs. Jennie Wilson and granddaughter, Wealtha, and Bar bara Savllle of Hartford, Conn., are visit ing Mr.. E. L. Washburn Mr. and Mrs. John Albro and children, Carolyn and John, Jr., and Mr. McMurray are visiting Miss Mary Anoerson at Bluebird camp for ten days There will be no service In Calvary Church next Sunday. WEST ENOSBURG Jay Chaffee, Jr., of this place and Miss Florence Watson of Bakersfield WPPP married at Bakersfield August 4 Mr. and Mrs. II. tl. KCiiey anq Hoy Clair and Llta Kelley of East Enosburg, Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stone and little daughter, Gertrude of Berkshire, Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Stone, Miss Eleanor and Rohert, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ovitt and Cralge Ovitt of this place motored to Hlghgate Springs Sunday Arthur Moffatt Is 111. HIGHGATE CENTER On Wednesday and Thursday, August 18 and 19, thero will ho grand horse races on pienvlew Trotting Park. Races will Htart at 1:30 p. m., sharp. On Wednesday, two classes will start and Thursday will see three classes starting, u Is expected there will ba some fast racing aB several fast horses have been entered In tho j races from this and adjol, ? counties. ' Should these days be stormy, the races will be held on tta Friday and Saturday following. Mr, and Sirs, W, J, Lynch and son, William Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, of Providence, R. 1., are vis iting In town, having made the trip by automobile. The Rev. F. W. Lewis, pas tor of the Methodist Episcopal Church, left Monday for his annual vacation. The church will he closed for the next two Sundays, during his absence. Mrs, J, P. Johnson, who has been visiting relatives In town for the past three weeks, has returned to her home In Quebec, Can. Miss Mabel Miller of North Haverhill, N. H., Is a guest at the home of C. R. Lyon. Charles E. Lyon, deputy collector of Internal revenue, who Is stationed at Bellows Falls, spent the week-end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J, Lyon of Franklin street.-F H. Dewart of St. Al bans was a business visitor In town Fri day. Mrs. A. G. Finn and two daughters, Ruth and Kathleen, are visiting relatives In Fairfield. Miss Eleanor Nye, has gone to Quebec, Can., where she will be the guest of Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Johnson. Miss Naomi Randan of Boston, Mass., who Is spending the summer with rela tives In Franklin, was In town over Sun day. EAST FAIRFIELD Mrs ence, X. T. T. A. Dufresne and daughter, Flor have returned from Schenectady, where they have been visiting for i the past week. They were accompanied home by Miss Gertrude Rooney Harry Morey attended the State convention of undertakers and embalmcrs at Rutland last week Miss Mary Hurley returned from Rutland where she has been attend ing summer school for the past four :V: :'"'l,rV hH Sunday afternoon was much ppr.-,mi'n Aiorey nas returneo irom I KKex T'l"ctlon w-here he was the guest ' Norman O'C'onroll Mrs. E, C. Colhurn and Mrs. W. II. Morey were hostesses at a porch party at Dewdrop inn, Wednes day August 4. About 3) ladles were pres ent Miss Martha. Thorbus of Sparta, Wis., who han been visiting Miss Mary Davis, has returned home Frank Hale, was a visitor In Burlington Sunday The condition of Mrs. W. H. Howrlgan who 1ms been 111 Is improved Mr. and Mrs. Irving Chase and family nf Swanton visited at the home of H. M. Wells ovi-r Sunday Florence and Carl Pomeroy and Mrs. Frances klmball of St. Albans v!s- Ited at A. J. Pnmeroy's over Sunday. A. N. Dufresne's over Sunday wei ny were Miss Florence Reagan. Mrs. Roger Donahue and Max Mnnahan of St. Albans, Daniel Manahan of St. Johnsbury and Leon Manahan of Morrlsvllle. Mrs. Donahue will remain for a week Tho local nine defeated the Fletcher team In a game of haseball on Reel's Athletic Field Sun day afternoon by a score of 10 to 1 A Vlctrola dance was held in the Hayford Hotel hall Saturday night Mrs. Fad den and daughter, Frances, of Barre are visiting at the home of L. W. Potter. BAKERSFIELD Miss Florence Watson and W. Jay Chaffee, Jr., of Enosburg wero married Wednesday, August 4, at Mrs. Alberta Watson's home on Woodbine Ave., by the Rev. A. B. Ross of East Fairfield. Only a few immediate relatives and In timate friends of the bride were present Miss Marie Wheelock furnished music and Miss Clara Gover assisted In serving refreshments .after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Field are visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Farrand, anrl Mrs. Cora Field Henry West has opened a barber shop In part of Mr. Weston's house Mr. tnd Mrs. William Robinson of Somervllle, Mass., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Ovitt at their cottage at Lake Carmi Miss Judith Harris of Cabot has been spending a few days with Mrs. Frank Brady Mr. Pierce of Hardwlck, a representative of the State automobile department, spent Sunday In town In specting the many cars which passed through here Mrs. Winnie Fay, and father, George Randall, are spending a few days motoring to Lisbon. N. II.. to visit relatives Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Field and infant daughter. Helen, have returned to their home In Wnodsvllle after visiting at Mrs. Cora Fields Fred Townley returned to Newark, N. J., last Friday after spending a few days at the Bakerfleld House The ladles of the Con gregational church met with Mrs. W. W. Smith Monday afternoon and organized a Missionary Society vpih the following officers: Mrs. W. W. 'Smith, president: Mrs. W. S. Roble and. Mrs. J. S. Barr vice-president; Mrs. W. O. Brlgham, treasurer; Mrs. F. B. Maynard assistant treasurer. The next meeting win he nelrt at Mrs. J. S. Barris, September 1, with Mrs. Abernethy and Mrs. W. O. Start as programm committee. HILL WEST Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Shangraw and little daughter. Dorothy, were guests of H. H. Rushford Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mc Grail and little son visited at Austin Mc Grail's Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Shangraw and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rush ford ere week-end visitors at W. P. Shangraw's In West Enosburg Mrs. Homer Wetherby returned home Sunday after spending a few days In East Berk shire at the home of her brother, Carmi Bressette Mrs. Mary Myott, who has been 111 for a few days, Is a little better. Sirs. Leon Cushlng has been visiting at the home of J. D. Cushlng for a few days. Grand Isle County SOUTH HERO The Chautauqua was a great success, many from out of town attending Miss Pauline Edlngton talked on the formation of "Young America Club." Miss Edlngton selected the following committee for the organization of such a club here: Mrs. S. S. Grlswold, chairman, Mrs, Grace Rob inson, and Mrs. A. Allen Mrs. T. Kin ney from North Carolina Is visiting at the home of Mr. Kinney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Kinney Miss Ola May Grant' from Florida Is visfclng the Rev. and Mrs. A. B. Hoag Mr. Freeman has returned to Montreal after spending the week-end at the South Hero Inn. ISLE LA MOTTE Old 'Home Day will be held Saturday, August 14. Sports for all will begin a 10 a. m.. dtnner at 12, Old Home speeches and welcome at 2:30, supper at five, en tertainment In Woodmans hall at eight o'clock. Come and meet your old friends and make new ones. Mrs. Frank Lewis of New York Is tho guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henny Farker Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Bush of Miami, Florida, called on Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Thomas Tuesday. They made the trip by auto John Buchanan of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Is the guest of his sister, Mrs. Joseph Duba Mrs. Mary Hurst Is spend ing a few weeks In Essex Junction the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Reed The Misses Katherlne E. Elliot of Haverhill, Mass., and Julia Mahoney nnd brother, Lieut. A F. Ma'honey. of Merrlmac, Mass., were guests of Miss Mario Jarvis last weekMrs. Henry Jarvis and daughter, Marie, accompanied by Lieut. A. F. Ma honey and sister, Julia, of Merrlmac, Mass,, and MIsh Katherlnn E. Elliott of Haverhill, Mass., motored through the Adlrondacks lost week Mrs. Joseph Duha and daughter. Mrs. Walter LaBombnrd, nnd Mrs. William Montvllle nnd son, Joseph, Jr., and John Buchanan of Win nepeg, motored to Ausable Chasm Wed nesday Mr, and Mrs. M. S. Thomas and daughter, Ruth, are spending a .voek In Brldport and Roxbury. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Houghton of Seattle, Wash., aro spending their vacation with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Houghton Miss Elmer Baker, who was operated upon for appendlctls Is doing fine Mrs. fcetox Blondln was In Bur- llngton on business Tuesday. Mre. Henry James and daughter, Marie, and Lieut. A, F. Mahoney of Merrlmac, Mass., were 1 n Montreal Monday and Tuesday. Mrs, E. Burgess has returned to her home In New York after spending two weeks with her sister, Mrs. James Jarvis. GRAND ISLE Remember the Ladles' Aid sale this afternoon, beginning at four ifclock, v V Porks had the misfortune to lose a young horso Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Follett of Boston are visiting Mr. Fotlett's nephew, V. L. Hurlburt. The Misses Ruth and Pearl Prouty entertained a few of their friends at tea Tuesday afternoon Harvey Winch Is spending some time at Wilmington, Lamoille County STOWE Rev. C E. Hayward, who came Satur- .4... VA.tt. T.ni In n..a.h " .1. rnnlmif cvnirch' snmiav m.fir service, was accompanied by Mrs.' Hay- ward. Mr. and Mrs. Hayward will remain he- through the week and are making thei home In the pastor's tenement In Unit rhurch, where they will live when thev i imo later In the month to take up their residence here. Mr. Hayward preach- a powerful sermon Sunday morning upon "Religion In Public Llfe."-The Rev G. R Brush of the Hardwlck F.plscopal Church conducted an open-air service at Seven Springs Sunday afternoon The open-alr concert given by tho Stowe Mill- ' . . afternoon was mucn i V " a,. . . cnloved Mr. and Mrs. Clarence A. Lam- son, who nave passeu a worn m movie left Monday for Starr Farm Beach, near Mr. Lamson's former homo at Burling ton, where they will pass two weeks with relatives of Mrs. I.amson' At a meet ing of the H. H. Smith Relief Corps, Sat- urday afternoon. Mrs. Mattle KanWn. Mrs. Lizzie Stehblns and Miss Lucy La- trlch were Initiated Into tho order. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Batchelder of Lyndonvllle motored here Sunday to,"" , " ""'"k ' me i;nn, mere win ne visit Mrs. Batchelder-s parents, Mr. and social music, and all are Invited One of Mrs. M. P. Russell and sister and hus- J"," Chautauqua lecturers created much band, Prof, nnd Mrs. C. A. Adams. Interest when he said that he had found Mrs. Charles H. Hosmcr and children, n0 .ne here who knew how Mt. Mansfield Mr and Mrs. John H. Hosmer and Miss ' which he said, was Anna arrlv.ed by automobile from Bos- n '; '"; mountain in honor of Lord ton Sunday for a three weeks' visit ?. !"!.'P'."f ,Fin5,anl' ho; ,a" - . cn'e' at the Hosmer home on Maple street. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. L. J. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Mleon Peterson and daughter have returned to St Albans after visiting at the Austin-Stockman home In Stowe Hollow. Miss Ellen Stearns returned Monday to Burling ton after passing the week-end with Miss Marjorle Watts. Frank and Cor nelia Herrlngton, who came with Mrs. W. W. Luce from Miami, Fla., and have passed several weeks at H. E. Jenney's, went Monday to Hehron, Me., where they will attend school. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Forbes accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Royce and Mrs. Polly Cllne motored to Newport by way of Eden Sunday. Mrs. Clifford Pfaff and son, John, of Grand Haven, Mich., who are passing the summer at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Shaw, visited Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Houston in Cady's Falls Saturday. Oscar G. Harris returned Monday to Boston after a short visit in Stowe. Miss Pauline Tanner of Charleston, W. Va., Is visiting her sister, Mrs. Robert Harris. A family re-unlon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Houston on West Branch Tuesday Aug. 3 was in honor of tho ".2nd anniversary of their mar riage. The company of fifty Included their children, grandchildren and great grandchildren, nephews and neices and friends, among them being: E. T. Hous ton of Montpelier, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Houston of Cady's Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sears and daughter of Notley, Minn., EmmonB W. Sargent of Cabot, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Houston and fam ily of Wayne, Penna., Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Foster, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hous ton, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Houston, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Foster. Mr. and Mrs. P.' A. Wondle. E. C. Harlow, Miss Sadie Harlow and families of Stowe. Ice cream and cake were served. The gift from the children to Mr. and Hous ton was a mantel clock. H. E. Shaw, county chairman of the tuberculosis drive, was in Eden, Johnson and Hyde Park Friday making arrange ments for the completion of the work In these towns, which has been hindered by the illness and death of some members of the town comnttees A. W. Chrlstlan son of the Green Mountain Violin com pany is moving his family here from St. Johnsbury Into a tenement in the house recently purchased of J. J. Boblnson at the lower village by the Stowe Butter Package company Miss Sadie Hart has returned from Barre, where she has passed some time with her shlster, Mrs. J. C. Bobbins. She was accompanied by John Lawson of Barre, who visited her over the week-end I. M. Boardman of Burlington, chauffeur for H. H. Hlckok, called on friends In town Friday, when Mr. and Mrs. Hlckok were here with a party of friends Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Burt and guest. Miss Alice Mower of Sioux City, Iowa, were guests at the Lake Mansfield Trout club house Friday. Severity were entertAined nt dinner there that day. Thero have been 150 guests at the Mt. Mansfield Hotel on one day last week E. G. Robinson has been more comfort able for several days nd has been able to ride out with Mrs. Rohlnson Mrs. N. B. Johnson gave a party Friday after noon at nor home on Main Btreet to nine little girls In honor of the ninth birthday of her daughter, Edith. Games and re freshtirertts'made a pleasant afternoon and the little hostess received many gifts from her friends Mr. and Mrs. Davison of Springfield, Mass., were guests of Miss Grace Blgelow at "Tho Ledges" over Sunday. Those having articles ready for the Au gust sale are asked to leave them On or before Saturday, August 14, with Miss Nellie Sargent or Mrs. M. C. Lovejoy Mr. nnd Mrs. William Kimball of Bris tol. Conn., aro visiting Mr. Kimball's nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Simmons Mis. A. G. Atherton of Wa terbury and daughter, Mrs. Roy Arnold, of Springfield, Mass , were visitors In town for the week-end Miss Thelma Salter of Cleveland, O., Is passing some time with Miss Virginia Gale Miss Martha Gale was at home from Water bury over Sunday Major and Mrs. Dwight F. Smith are gone for a two weeks' visit with friends in Bethel, Bos ton and Putnam, Conn., where Major Smith will act nr. best man at the mar riage of Mrs. Smith's brother, Dr. George Abbott Friends of Miss Martha Curry are glad to learn that she Is gaining slow- ly nnd Is able to sit up an hour and a naif every day in a wheel chair. Mrs. J F Cury is confined to the hed by Illness at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Harlow In Stowo Hollow. The Cary family Is mov ing Into the house purchased by B. C. Bull on Mnple street. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Homer of Orleans have moved in tho house vacated by William Bailey at Moscow .Mr. and Mrs. McKlnley Crossett and lit tle Fon of Richmond are visiting at Mrs. Crossett's home In Moscow Mrs. Natallle ChHdwIc.k began work nt the violin shop Mondny and Miss Ethel Shaw In taking hor place at tho parcel handle shop. Guy Brlckey has moved to tho Sleopor farm nn Blush hill and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Pratt have moved into tho house vacnted by them. Walter Fiolders has finish work for George Adams and Is working for Fred Smith Howard ButtH Is visiting Ills son, Harry Butts In Elmore, Mrs. Brlckey and son. Earl of Massachusetts have been visiting at her son, Guy Brlckey Little Katharine Faunce wan given a birthday Party at her home Friday afternoon. Ie cream and cake were served. Her Httl friends left her many presents. The pro gram for the meeting of Mansfield Moun. tain Orange Saturday afternoon will ba In charge of the Flora, Mrs. Nina Nutting, and will he appropriate to Flora's day. The children aro aaked to bring wiM flowers. The quilt made for the August sale by the Triangle club has been placed In Mrs. Cheney's office in the Akelev Me. mortal building. All Interested In the Rile. cess of tlle should ask Mrs. Cheney ! " 10 lts dlsposal.-Cllfford Pfoff of Grand ! Havn. Mich., ha.s Joined his family at the nomo of ls cousin, Mrs. H. E. Shaw. J'? they hav Pas"o: the summer. Mr. !.faff s mother was formerly Miss Emma. I S , Stowe Miss Marie Dahman, Mlsa v, iiuvun, wnn.i are guests at Angus L. Gale's. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Smith of Central Falls, who are building a bun gaJenv on the F. M. Sears farm aro at Mr. Gale's for two weeks Col. and Mrs, F. B. Thomas and daughter, Hazel, of Mont peller, passed the week-end with thu colonel's cousins, Mr. and Mrs. S, H. . cutting and Mr .and Mrs. W. A. Sears I ,A, mf'e,t,ln,J- has heen caI,e1 for tnre 1 u' u ,I'rlfiaJ' a'tefnoon on the Unity I Churf n lHwn to wHlcn a11 ar" Invited who are "'"rested In organizing a "Young ? , V, If.0.1""? by 111,3 Erl' ' lnRton at c Chautauqua ses- j Tuesday afternoon and evening, rhlMr''n between six and 1? and their rjnts are especially urged to come. The officers will be chosen from the children l? 0 amI K 11 ifl rlanne(1 t0 'each i '"'' children story-telllng, folk dances, manual training and drills. It Is planned tn wnrV frt. .Via Am. Inn., m. a . .1... ... ...iu.iu-vi. m iimy lJ worK Ior 'n equipment of ' r ' ""v ana principal, he Rev. c. F.. Hayward and C. J. Strand. Who haVe been doing such work In North Troy havo promised to aid In so doing here The Rev. and Mrs. M. E. Bacon are now with their daughter. Mrs. Clair roulson, and famUy In Castlewood, S. D. 1 r con is been 111 since arriving In South Dakota, hut Is recovering Mist Ruth MoMahon's dancing class at Wa terbury Center will close with a "public" J"."' . . ' " fcision mat tno moment a slave breathed the air or touch ed the soil of England he became free. The lecturer, lvnvover, before leaving town, admitted that he had reasoned out the theory himself and It still remains the fact that the mountain was called Mans field Mountain from the township of Mansfield, chartered in 17fi3 In which ter ritory the mountain lay. The township, which was divided and annexed to Stowe, and t'nderhlll In IW was. it is supposed, named for tho Massachusetts town of Mansfield from which some of the early settlers came. Miss- Mary Blgelow Peterson of Mil waukee. Wis., who is a visitor here, has with her a copy of a teacher's corttflcte received by her mother, the late Mrs. Martha Blgelow Peterson, In 1S43, from Sylvester Edson, entitling her to teach for one year In the town of Mansfield The Rev. and Mrs. George F. Beecher and daughters of Wonnsocket, R. I., are) vistllng Mrs. Bcecher's mother, Mrs. Rosamond Macutchan, and other Stow friends Mrs. G. W. Jacko and guests. Mrs. A. G. Atherton and daughter of Springfield. Mass.. are visiting relatives In Wllllamstown Mrs. B. A. Brlckey and son, Earl, of Worcester, Mass.. but formerly of Stowe, who have visited her sons, Guy and Everett, are passing the rest of the month with them at the farm they have purchased In Waterbury Miss Harriet Adams Is parsing the summer at Beaver Dam. Rangeley Lakes, Me., where she Is caring for some children aa a trained nurse. Her sister. Miss Jessie Adams, has recently completed a coursa of training at a hospital in Wellesley. Mass. A. R. Straw, master of Harmony Pomona Grange, F. of H.. attended the. meeting of the Grange at Duxbury Wod nesday. MORRISVILLE C. L. Ovitt of Enosburg Falls and E. E. Schutt were business visitor; In Spring field last week Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ober, Mrs. W. F. Sherman and Miss Hazel Sherman were Burlington -lsltors Thurs day Mrs. Hazel Clark Flemmlng and little daughter, Ruth, havo returned to Enosburg after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Goodrich. Mrs. Flemmlng Is cm ployed In the telephono office at Enosburj Falle C. L. Ovitt of Enosburg was a business visitor In town Friday D. W, Donaldson has been confined to the house, for several days by Illness John Stewart has resumed his duties In the F. C. Lues Co, tore after a two weeks' vacation spent with relatives In Northfleld Mrs. E. Foss and little daughter have been spending several days with her aunt, Mrs. James Boylan. at Hyde Park Mr. and Mrs. George Wright of East Fair field were visitors in town Thursday Marjorle, lKUe daughter of H. W, Camp, has recovered from an attack of ton sllltis. The funeral of William C. Whipple, who) died suddenly at tho home of his mother. Mrs. Cora Whipple, Friday morning was held Sunday afternoon at two o'clock, the Rev. George E. Goodliffe of the Congrega tional Church officiating. The bearers were: E. W. Gates, I.. M. Munson, Henry Small, Charles Dodse and Hiram Dodge, the three latter being cousins of tha deceased. Interment was in the family lot at Riverside cemetery. There was a beautiful display of flowers from Bostoa and Morrlsvllle friends, and members of the family. Ho arrived from Boston Thursday night for1 his annual vacation and aside from an attack of Indigestion suf fered the first of the week, had ben la his usual health. He was In good spirit when retiring, and about five o'clock In tho rporning his mother, went to his room, thinking she heard him breathing strange ly and he lived only n fow minutes after her arrival. A physician was summoned and pronounced death due to heart trouble. The deceased was successfully en gaged In business In Boston, having been for tho past two years assistant treasurer of a large manufacturing plant located at Brighton. He was a young man of flna business ability and had been in Boston since completing his course at Teople's Academy, having graduated from Bryant & Stratton's Ruslness College since leav ing Morrlsvllle, Possessed of a pleaslns personality he made friends easily and was held in high esteem by a very larga circle of friends, William Clement Whip ple was last of the four children of Mr. nnd Mrs. W, S. Whipple, and was bom In Morrlsvlllo March 16. 1S74, where ha nlways resided until going to Boston. Ha Is survived by his mother, Mrs. Cora Whipple, who has tho deep sympathy of the community Mr. and Mrs. Walter Myers nnd Miss Florence Myers of Platts burgh, N. Y were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Smith. Mrs. Myers will be remembered as Mrs. Clara Burt, for merly of this place Mrs. Gleo Towne and son, William, wero guests over tho week end of J. H. Clark and family at Caspian Lake Greensboro Miss Gertrude Morton, sister-in-law, Mrs. Arthur Morton, and two children, Gwendolyn and Chester, returned Sunday to their home In Maiden, Mass., nftcr a few days' stay at the home of Mr. and Mrs. T. J, Stewart Mrs. Flop. onco Smith and son, Dwight, of St, Johns bury nro guests of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Small Miss Daisy Stewart has returned from summer school at Burlington Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hill and family nnd Mr. and Mrs. Edson Glt ford and little son of Randolph aro spend ing the week In camp at tho Waterman (Continued on Page Four) jj