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The Eveoiog Caledonian-Record
SATUItDAY DE CE ALBE R 2, 1922 ( x 3 Sr f E 2 a PYRAL1N 1V0R Y FOR CHRISTMAS IVORY TOILET ARTICLES Ilvory Toilet Articles are always a happy choice ali women cherish these dainty accessories that are so important to the dailv livìne: scheme. Ilvory Brushes, Combs, Mirrors, Powder Jers, Boxes, Clocks, Trays, Manicure and I Accessories. I Surely'a large assortment now. ! from which to choose that will ì make it nossible to fili up manv a gap on your gift list. Leach & CALENDAR OIRLS' COMMUNITY LE AG UE Monduy, after school, Girl Scouts, Troop ; 7.o() Square Circlc nicetinif: 7.::0 to 8.30, Children's dancing class; 8.U0 to t.:3(), ohlcr pupils' class, Mrs. Abbott tcacher. Tuesday after school, Thanks-gjving- party, Good Times culb. W'ednosday, 4.15, Girl Scouts, Tioop Thursday, .IwO, Bins'ham studio, photograph:1 class; 4.1)0 p. m., Portland .-.t-rect school, Live W'ire Acliievcmcnt club. Friday, .'J.30, Girl Scouts, Troop X. Saturday, 10-12, Girl Scouts, Troop 4. Advertisement. A Gift for Mother A vc-ry thouuhtful Christmus Kift, indccd, is an Electric Toastor. Less work for Mother and better toast for yourself. It is a present from which the whole family will derive benefit;. Many othir electrical time and labor sav injrs froods are in stock. Twin State Gas & Electric Company niiiiuuiiwmiiiiiiLiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin ! -ÉSééìÌK Our Baby's Birthday Book Is Corning Fine This book has been started for keeps. If you will cali at our sto re vvith your baby and give us the nume and date of birth, we will consider it a special privilege to present the little one with its first pah of shoes. We have RUGO ED for Kugged Boys, ali cut with Buckles. $2.50, $3.00 and Boys' Hose 25 AM ' ALAVS ÀMEY I II I .1) "A Good Place to Buy Good Shoes" hold Bath Water man Lyndonvillc Mrs. J. S. Scholield and Miss Nettie Goklsmith are visitili)"- Mr. and Mrs. 15. F. Eaton in West Le banon. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Houuhton and son, Philip, are with relative in Portsmouth, N .11., for a few days. Mrs. Geo. )avis ,who has been very ili, for some time with ulcers of the stomuch is gaininK quitc rapidly. David Brock has rohc to South wick, Mass., to spend the winter with relatives. Miss Aiigie Willey was a jucst of relatives at East Burke Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. L. I). Hackett are moving from Charles Ladd's tene ment into rooms in Miss Annie Houjrhton's houe which were re cently vacated by Howard John son. Mr. Johnson has taken a tenement in one of the BuffU'le liouses on Charles sticet. Mr. and Mrs. Ilarold Morse of East Burke bave moved bere and will occupy a tenement in Plea sant View house. Mrs. Myrtie Clark has moved from a tenement in )ode & Wat son's block into rooms in Mi.-s Annie Houfihton's house. Lucien Gaudette. who has been in New Bedford, Mass., for the last few months, has returned to his home here. Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Ferguson, expect to leave soon for California where they will spend the winter. Miss Mabel Gray has been visit ine relatives in Sheffield for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. 11. P. Burpee are in Boston with their son, Maurice, this week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson aud daughter, Virginia, are visit ine his parents in Lynn, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Goodwill and family of White P.iver .lunction bave been in town for a few days. Dan Gregory and family who havo been livinjx in a house at Speedwell farms are to move into a tenement owned by C. M. Darl intr on Main Street. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Batchcl der of Claremont, N. II., bave been with relatives here for a few davs. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Foley have e-K-en un their tenement in Geo. McShane's house and moved to Montpelier. ' Mr. and Mrs. Walter Mitchell i have gone to Lawrence, Mass., to live. M,iss Ellen Ilealy is with rcia- tives in IJrattlehoro 1oi days. a few H.tivity a line of SHOES solid leather, high $3.50 per pair and 35c per pair jiiiiLiiyii MI Ili'E tr BEED SUDI S V LkMON T - m-tt-ttEs BORSE RACES IN FOUR CLASSES AT GLOVER Bean's "Caruso" Trims Drew's "Snowflake" Two Straiffht Glovcr people dìZ net need to take extra, exerclse Thursday to Ret up an appetite for Thanksgiv ing dinner. They si ni pi y had to do something to pasd the time away until the feast was ready. NothitiR will make time pass fast er than a good lively horse race, and that is what was provided for Thanksgiving di.y forenoon diver- sion. This was the first ti'ack event of the season, end its success prophesies some lively tinies on the snow path latei- on. There were eight horses entered in the four races trotted and seven of these j horses were new cnes. There are at least fifteen fast steppers now owned by menibcrs of the dover club that are exj-ircted to be ready I for speedwav brushes this winter. ! The featuie of Thursday's race was Class A wnt-re Harley Drew challenged C. W. Bean tò trot bis "Caruso" against "Snowflake." "Caruso" won in two straight heats. "Kitty Isle" in Class B showed that Dr. Buck had a goorl one. In Class C, "Golden Dream" won easily over -'Dolly J." Class D. was an open buggy race, and was won by il. G. Iieed i's "Tommy II." The naif tniie time was not taken, but it was fast enough to be interest ing in each instance. The score: CLASS A Caruso, C Knowllake, Kitty Lle, Bingo, A. YV. Bean H. Dr-w CLASS B Dr. Buck Tvler, 1 1 1 CLAoS C Gilden Dream, S. :Jean Dolly. J CLASS D Tommy II, II. G. peed Hai Duplex, A. Dupont 1 1 Mrs. Samuel Foster Buried In Duxbury Mrs. Annie Foster, wife of Samuel S. Foster, died Wednesday at the home of ber son, Luther E. Foster, Elliott Street, where she ;md her husband had made their homo for a mimber of yoars. Pl ayer-; were said at the house Friday mcining and the body taken to Duxbury, her former home fol ti rial in the family Int. Rev. F. B. Richards of the North Congrega-ti(-nal rhurch conducted the jray cr servire at the Foster home. Mrs. Fo.-tcr'.- three .-ons, I.. E. Foster, i' itb Mrs. Foster, Clyde F. Foster ol Long Island, N. Y., and his wife and H. N. Fostei of Taunton, M;.ss., accomnanied the body to Duxbuiy. The funeral party re tili ned to St. Johnsbury Friday ni;;ht. Mrs. Fostei's maiden name was Annie Nesbitt and she was 8(1 yiars of ago. She married S. S. Foster Jan. 1", 18(!"i, and they lied for a long time in Williams town liefore going to Duxbuiy, t'icii liome for many yoars. There they reared their family and there their only daughter, Mary, died. A Ih. ut 15 ears ago they carne to St. Johnsbury to live, Mrs. Foster boing in poor health most of the timo since then. She is survived by lift husband and three sons, and one grandehild, Josephine Gladys l'o. -.ter of Long Island. Her sis tor, Marion Nesbitt, died a few woeks ago. "No one can think of ti e Foster home in Duxbuiy", says a W'atei-bury exchange, "only by rcininibering Mrs. Foster's atx.unding hospitality and the good times of the young folks as they mtt there. She was always a faithful member of the Methodist E)'isco)al church and tliat with her h'mo lite was ali to her. One ro mombers, too, her neighborliness ami community spirit. Here ber ac- 'was always Constant until .(.;! Iioaltli carne wiln ils ie maiids." Barre Man Dies J When Stone Falls ì BARRE, Vt., Dee. 2 Waldus i Bengtson of the fimi of Carswell j Wotmorc company was killed in ' an accident yesterday morning at , 7.::o o 'clock. M r. Boynton and ' Cai ! Ei icson were ongage(l in turning a lai-ge stone when in , some unoxperted manner it slipp ed off the block and Mr. Bengt son's legs were jiinned underneath the stone. His legs were badly crusbei and he was immediately rushed to the hospital in an ani bulance, where he died within a few minutes. : He was born in Henningsmobi, county of Kynhult, Bleginge, 1 Swedèn, Jan. l'i, 1871. As a young man he carne to this coun try and immediateiy settled in Barre, where ho loarned his traile as a granite cutter with the finn of McDonald and Buchan. In 1 ! 1 4 he entered the finn of Cars-welI-Wetinore company as a part ner and continued as suoli until his untimoly end. Mr. Bengtson loaves, besides bis wife and two ehildron, one sister in this country. ' Mrs. Cari Ericson, and one sister in Sweden, Mrs. Otto Mollili. Lyndonvillc Miss Annie Iloughton Thursday with Mr. and Mr: spent M. S. Gilman in St. Johnsbury. Dr. and Mrs. Ralph Dodgo and two daughtors of Hyde Park, Mass., are at C. B. Dodge's for a few davs. OUR WANT ADS. PAY "BABY MINE" MAW IS BEGlMMINGra WOMDERWHATKINDOF; !A VACUUM CLEANER POP 1WOULD LIKE BEST POP A fCMRISTMAS GIFT JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL PUPILS KEEP ACTIVE Present Two Plays Fast Week During Chapel Exercises school took their oath of office the past week. They are two pupils olocted from each division every two weeks to keej) order on the stairs, in Ihe halls, and in the schoolroom when no tcacher is present. The monitors in the dif fercnt divisions are as follows: 2A, Doris Skirner, Kenneth Bottomly; 2B, Beatrice Foan, Alvin Moore; 2C, Dorothy Bewsoe, Clifford La point; 1A, Jennie' King, Howard Enriner; 1B, Beulah Fletcher, Henry Couture; 1C, Bcmice Wright, Francis Fisher. Recent promotions were as fol lows: Elizabeth Moran from the 2 B to the '2 A; Fmma Loitt from the 1B to the 1C; Henrv Couture from the 1C to the 1B; Edna Les bo from the 1A to the 1B. The Junior Red Cross has begun in the school, Glen Badgor being the first to enroll in the 2A divi sion. At a fi re drill recently the Junior High building was emptied in 08 seconds. Mrs. O. D. Adams substitudod for Miss MacDonald, ,the French and Latin teacher, two days the pa-t week, owing to Miss MacDon ald's illness. The girls in the Rth grade play ed basket ball Friday afternoon with Miss Sunderland and Miss McAuliffe as coachc;. On Tuesday the 2C didsion took ebarce of the chapel exercises and Gip following program was given: Soncr, school. Scripture reading, Clifford La Po in t. Prayor. Mr. Hitchcock. Song, Waneta Colbath. Sonu-, school. Health Plav, 2-C girls. "The Road to Health' Cast of Characters Mrs. Jack son, a widow. Waneta Colbath; Mollie and Katie, her children, Rei-tha Simnson and FVanees Cheever: Mrs. King, a friend, T'auline Edwards: Franco.-- King, ber dnuehtor, Rita Lawrence: iss Brooks, a teacher, Ruby Somei-s, AVednesday rt the chanci oxer-cise- the 1-A division took chariro arò the following program was gi'-en: Song, school. Scripture Readine-, Prayer. Mr. Hitchco'-k. lst play. Indians, Geore-e Bar reti, John Steele. Truman Carpen to''. Puritan. William Pettoy. Socond play: Priscilla AMen, Joi'nie King; John Aldon. Clark Johnson; Dilicenre. a friend of Priscilla. Phylis Oliver; Indian, Ilo'vard Fleming. The M. P. club has been oi'gani? ed since the beirinnin!r of school with the following officer-;: Pres id ut, Glenn Badgor: vice presi dent. Mariorio Woods; secretary, Audrey Smith; treasurer, Eugene Gag e. EX-GOV. ORMSBEE HONORED GUEST P.RANDOX, Dee. 2 limi. E. J. Ovmshee. who is 88 yoars old and Voimont's oldest ex-governor. wns the guest of bonor at the Brandnn Imi at a Thanksgiving dinner Thursday tenlei-ed by the friends in his home town. III a letter Govoinor James Hartness says, "It is with pleasure I extend to you the greotings of tb 1 State on the occasion of this Thanksgiving dinner given in your lioiior Dy a lew or the great hosts of your friends and those hold 'n h'ghcst steem your services of the state- and country under the fìag I of the battleficld, in the perils and lini dships ot war; your servire in letislative halls of the state; as cl.iof executive, and, last, but not lotjst, as a noble, clear thinking, highest purposed citi7.cn, who has reiidored a heart servire as wcll as a ìirain sorvice to his fellowmen. "The State is proud of vour re cord, and in gratitude recognizes j thiit such lives as yours bave been and are of inestimable value to the I bmes of Vermont." Governor-Eloct Redfield Proctor bogins his lettor of congratulation i by these words, "The possessinn of Govornor Ormsboe by any town j is abundant cause for Tbanksgiv- : in e in itself," and closes with an ! e.f ression of affectionablc re-1 gard. I Tributes of affeetion and respoct j were also feelingly expressed . in letttrs from Senators Dillingham ami Pajre and from Senatnr-EliVt ISSUE RULES FOR GUIDANCE OFMOTORISTS Secretaryof State Tells How Accidents Can Be Avoided A pamphlet ia being put out by the secretary of State's dopart- ment gives the following i-ules for : I motori.sts, wnich are compded from the experience of thousands of motorista who have been in- I x'ìlvnrt in nccifìnnl unii T'iin Vi ed the causes to t;ie secretary of State :- If you have an accident report the same at once. Do not make a deal with the other fellow not to report. It may cost you a fine. Be aure of yourself drive care fully. There is a right side of the road to drive on, keep there. Look out for cuives. When meetinn Hnnthpc mr slovv down and be suro to givo one half the road. Remenibor the car on vur riiht has the right of way, but this does I b,cke( . , not mean the right to speed. ! Blmding Hcadhghts The law Warning signs along the road j provider that ali motor vchicles moan something, pay attention. !"u,st be equ pped with proper Watch for school signs slow ! lu?hts, but there. are many vio to regulations. I lators. Too many people give as The law roquires that ali motor ! a reason for an accident "I met a vehicles be oquipped with a proper i "' wlth blmding hcadhghts." If horn. Use it, ospecially on curvos, I you "ic'et ne of these, turn to intersecting stroets and when pas-1 ' rht side of road and stop, sing other vehicles. . I Use nothing but 21 candle pow- Do not cut in after passing a i -r lump.s. venirlo - Do not change the cornee of i West Danvfll j your car without giving proper I i warnmg. i Roscoe Farring-ton. who has If you soe a pedostnan m the1. . ,. . road do not lorgét to give proper : '"'9" c urk,"f '?r.G-.f- Hastings to approach. Slow down and keep to your right. Remenibor a per.-on can start or turn quicker than you can stop your car. Do not pass stroet cai.s when they have stopped to recoivo or oischarge passengers. Approach Railro;id Crossing with great care. When you see red llag, bai rier or lighted lantern in roail, it means something. Stop and in vestigato. Examine your stooring goal' fro quently. Be suro your brakes aio in good working ordor. They inav be call ed on to save life. Do not carry iuggago that pro jeets over twolve inches, oli loft hand side of a car. Do not run with one headlight. This is very dangerou and oau.-es a money back uarantee or et s The new Nokol is so refìned, so simple, so posi tive in action that we can nowgive certain guaran tees of performance hitherto unheard of and im possible with any other heating device, cither coal or oil. We'guarantee that Nokol, installed in your heating plant, w ill show acombustion efficiency of at least 85 'k by the Orsat test (the standard measure, used by ali heating engineers). Re member that the average liome heating plant, burnìng coal, will show a combustion efficiency of less than 50', by the Orsat test. Nokol's guar anteed 85 efficiency means a fuel economy not approached, hitherto, by any heating device. Before installing Nokol, we will make a survey of your heating system and teli you exactly what you can expect of Nokol. If Nokol does not per forili exactly as we say it will, we will take the machine out and refund your money. Our Orsat test guarantee puts the purchase of an oil burning home heater on an absolutely sdentine basis. Nokol heating is comfortable, clean, even, a u to rnane and economica!. It will solve your heating problem forever. Nokol burns oil in your present heating plant and does away forever with the uncertainty, dirt and drudgery of coal heating. Nokol can be installed in any type of home heating plant steam, hot water, vapor or hot air itbout alterations. Nokol operate:; automatically the temperature is per fcttly controlltd bv a thermostat. Vermont Oil Heating Co. Distributors, Montpelier, Vt. Charles H. West, Locai Uepresentative St. Johnsbury, Vt. llSAi: $&fàs. mm ffis SI mm w w u RuiccnaHc Qìl Heating for Homes -'r.idd. in Doble Uctri.it '.ili-ufi Suituhiì ti l l. ttdctn ritvr' s Li. bitratorics .!. l'i The Favorite Garment In Cold Weather MACKINAWS A large stock which means a wide variety of patterns ma teriate style prices. The Sheurman Mackinaws whose slogan is "from sheej) to shape." Heavy plaids and plain Heathers, shawl collar, full and half belted. Men's sizes, 35 to 4G $12.00 to $16.50 Boys' sizes, 8 to 18 $7.50 to $14.00 Men's and Boys' Sheep lined Coats, heavy mole skin shell, Wom bat fur or Beaverized Collar $8.00 to $17.50 THE BERRY-BALL DRY G00DS CO. I matn' accidents. I " not luave car P K'ade unless standing on a wheels are jmi.iiivn -vvi m Luin.iunj ulivi t t soon g-o to Florida. School closed Wednesday for the rest of the week. Miss Nor way vent to her home in Mont pelier. Mr.s. Elsie Kittredge has been snonding a few days in Passump sic. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Goss spcnt Thursday at Lcslic Adam's in Peacham. Alice and Barbara Hunt are with their grandmother, Mrs. George Kitti'edge. Roy Bryer of Georgetown, Mass., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Clarence Bryer. Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Hastings ontortained for dinner Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chandler of Peacham and her mother, Mrs. Lo- ; rov Bryer. i ivice s with your )Jl Cali 771 For Our Traveling Teller Although he is not an officiai representa tive of the First National Bank, your mail carrier is a faithful messenger who will help you do your hanking when it is incon venient for Voli to come to the bank in per son. When time is scarce or the weather bad, bank by mail. At the cost of a two-cent stamp you can make deposits or withdraw als, pay bills, etc, without leaving the house. Let the mail man bring this bank to you. NATlONAIy mÌÌÌi"7 I -1 - . 1 NewPrice F.O.B. il Detroit 4f ! ! Equipped ChtKd 3" -fs - l The world has never knfiwn an enclosed car of this type at a lower price. No car at any price has ever offered a greater value. Place your order now to in sure early delivery. Terms if desired. CORNER GARAGE INC. W. A. 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