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CALEDONIAN-RECORD. SATURO A Y, DECEMHER 23, 1922
We wish to thank the Public for their
generous support during the past 10 months
and especially during our holiday rush.
A Merry Christmas
and
HAPPY NEW YEAR TO ALL
from
LocaMJews
3 -..
Idehome Christmas plum pud
dinga on sale at Wo'man's club
house. Advertisement.
Robert L, Stone of Springfield,
Mass., and Miss Eleanor F. Stone
ai e spendine the holiday with their
parents, Hr. and Mrs. Arthur F.
Stone.
Use Nazol for eolds and cataiTh.
Advertisement.
Miss Mildred Silbley of Windsor
i a ;uest at the home of her aunt,
Mrs. Mary J. Menut.
Miss Harriet Vernon, University
of Vermont, is with her parents,
v
: We wish to extend Thanks and Appreciation
for the generous. patronage we.have received
:from our customers. We wish to extend to ali a
M
erry
H
appy
Christmas
and
New Year
Going
South?
If you aie contemplatine a
trip south, let me give you
full particulars about hotels,
boarding houses and special
attractions at
MIAMI
The most beautiful and pop
ular vinter resoli in
FLORIDA
A land of seabreezes . and
perpetuai sunshine.
, J. . H. BOWMAN
114 Church Street;
Burlington, Vermont
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s
!
ROBERT BENNETT & SON
GROCERIES
Tel. 797
MEATkS
fOMMuN VEALTH
HOTEL
Eowdoin Street, Beacon Hill
Opposite State House .
Boston, Mass.
Strictly Fireproof
Write for Itates
Hotel Avery
Every Room with
Bath and Shawer
Avery Street, Boston
Every Room with Bath, and
Shower
Morse Brothers, Managing
Directors
B
!
I sR-M, CHRISTMAS!
I
W. H. TILTON
Dealer in Radio and Sporting Qoods
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Foster.
C. A. Nichols of Boston and
Miss Alice Nichols of New York
are with Mvi and Mrs. Robert I.
Nichols and with them will spemi
Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. li.
C. Stone in Hardwick.
Miss Sylvia Burton has gone to
her home in Lennoxville, P. Q., to
remain until the re-opening of the
academy.
Harry Hughey, who for many
months has been a popular clerk at
Brigham's Drag stare, has returned
to his home in Jackman, Me., to
attend school for the rest of the
winter.
Give her a Hoover this Christ
mas. Tire Peck Co. 39 Railroad
Street. Advertisement.
Harry W. Impey of Boston is
spending Christmas with his
mother, Mrs. Mary A. Impey.
Miss Hilda Day who has been
with relative and friend on the
Pacific coast reached home Friduy.
In Yakima, Washington, she spent
some time with her sister, Mrs.
William MacLachlin and on her
return home stopped in Pasadena,
Calif., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Marsa
lon Patterson and their infant son,
Marsalon Burns, who is the grand
son of Mr. and Mrs. James Burns.
Use the American Throat Tab
lets. Advertsement.
Alexander McCart, who has
been ili at his rooms at Miss Re-;
becca Builon's for the past week, j
left Friday for his home in New-,
arie, N. J. !
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Noyes of j
Burlington carne Saturday and ì
are with their parents, Mr. and !
Mrs. C. H. Goss and Mr. and Mrs. I
A. B. Noyes.
Christmas cards, 15 to 50c. Cai- !
endars 50c. Woman's Exchange, 7 ,
Cherry Street. Advertisement. i
Sterry ' Waterman of Harvard I
I . sfhool. arrived the last of f
the week to spend the holidays
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z.
S. Waterman.
Mrs. Henry Cohen and son,
Harry, are spendine the Christmas
holiday in New York City.
Thomas Davidson, who is working-
in Greenfield, Mass., will spend
Christmas here.
Christmas tree holders The
Peck Co., 3 Railroad rtreet.
Advertisement.
Frank S. Wilson and Mrs. Frank
Simpson. who have been very ili
at the Fitch hospital are convalts
cing but have not been dischargi'd
as has been erroneously stated.
Both will be at the hospital l'or
.some days longer.
I News has been received from
Nowich. Conn.. of the birth at the
Backus hospital of a daughter to
Mr. and Mrs. D. Vv Pillett, grand
daughter to Mr. and Mrs. li. II.
Kittredge. The baby was born De- i
cember 21.
Howard Kirk who makes his
home with his uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs, C. E. Kirk has gnne o
his home in Athol, Mass., for the
holidays.
Vocational School
Wins By 54 to 17
The husky VocatVonal school
basketball team defeated the
Summerville A. C, a budding ag
gregation of stars in a game at the
Fairbanks, A. A. last night by the
score of 54 to 17.
For the Vocational quintet, Bur
rows, Ellis and McCrillis weie
great bulwarks of strength. Each
of this trio scored six field goals
and kepi the oppo.ition continu
ally worried. For Summerville, the
work of Natole and Dutch Léon
ard stood out prominently. i
VOCATIONAL 54 !
Goals Fouls
t;
TONIGBT GLOBE T0N1GHT
CHARLES (Buck) JONES
IN .
BOSS OF CAMP 4
A tensely vibrant melodiama that throbs pounds roars
explodes!
Lupino Lane in 2 reel comedy, "My Hero"
Latest News. Globe Orchestra Piano, Violin, Cello
Trumpet.
We Are Prepared To Do
Excavation, Concrete Work, Stone Masonry,
Raising and Moving Buildings.- AIso Moving
Heavy Machinery, Work to be in charge of
Fred Blay.
We are in a position to do Carpentry of ali
kinds, with John Stafford in charge,
J. M. SWAN & SON, Ine
Calderwood Building Tel. 438-M
Ellis, lf
Burrows, rf
McCinllis, c
Hoar, lg
Christie, rg
C
6
2
5
Points
12
16
12
4
10
Totals
25
SUMMERVILLE-
R. Ling, rg
B. Ling, lg
Lapointe, c
Léonard, rf
Natole, lf
Totals
Referee, Stari-,
halves.
1
1
0
2
7i
4
-17
0
1
0
1
1
54
7 3 17
Time, 20 minute
Dr. Atwood Sails to
Study Old World
Dr. Wallace W. Atwood, famous
geographer, President of Clark
University and Director of the
Institute óf International Informa
tion, has sailed for a tour of Eur
ope where he will investigate the
methods used in teaching school
children about other countries of
the world,. to be rfported to the
public in Our World, in a series of
àrticles. This work is preliminary
to the world confemee to be held
by the National Educational As
sociation in June, and Dr. Atwood's
findings will be discussed by edu
cators of many countries in an tf
fort to formulate a policy as to
how coming school generations of
ali countries may come to an un
derstanding that will sei-ve as a
basis for world peace.
Dr. Atwood was a speaker here
during the Teacher'.s Convention
held on October 11 to 13.
BARQUIN'S
Bowling Alley, Pool and Billiards. Smokes of Ali Kinds.
PASSUMPSIC LODGE. NO. 27,
Called Communication December
28, at 7.3. Work E. A. degree.
Vifcjting hrethren welcome.
Regular communication Thurs
day evening, January 4 at 7.30 for
dispatch of business.
Fred H. Dolloff, Sec.
RenwiVk H Cutting, W. M.
I
N
otice
In order to facilitate the taking of our
annual inventoiy it will be necessary for us
to dose our stores for three dayi, Tuesday,
Wednesday and Thursday, December 26, 27
and 28.
May we take this opportunity to thank
you for your valued patronage and to wish
you a Very Merry Christmas and Happy
New Year.
The Peck Co.
GLOBE Christmas Day
Wishes You Sincere Hojiday Greetings j
Big Tremendaus Prpgram. PeLuxe
Is Ypur Love Worth $50,000,00? Sep
nn
in
w ni
. With MONTE BLUE in her lstest production
"Broedvay iose"
A glittering drama of night life on the most dangerous Street
in the world. Does any Man's Love Last?
8 wonderful reels. Mae Murray's most spectacular produc
tion of her career.
Kipling's Poem Pieturized in colors.
The Ballad of Fishtr's Boarding House.
Matinee 2.30. EveninK 7.08.40
Augmented Qichestra both matinee and evening.
VI
What Is Christmas
Without Candy
AND
Var Savings Gertificates
Funds of these maturing secuiities can be invested in
your locai Electric Company and earn vou
7
Mail the attachecj coupon
COUPON -
Twin State Gas and Electric Co.
160 State Street
Boston, Mass.
Without obligation, please mail me informa
ton about your security.
. Name
Address.
City .
What Oift so Attractive as
Apollo Chocolates
and
Maple Grove Candies
Attractively Koxed They are the CJifts Ideal
Ali 60c Chocolates This Week 49c
Homemade Chn'stmas Candy 2"c
Concord Candy Kitchen
sn , . i ty zìi .t
-a. t'r -
Enjoy Good Music
On Christmas Day.
A new shipment of 75 cent rolls has arrived.
Come in and hear them.
Harvey's Music Parlors
Opposite Post Office
I
aMgsStais
of the 1918 Issue mature January 1, 1923
We have arrangements whereby we can send in to
the Federai Reserve Bank of Boston ali War Savings
Stamps which are not registered and by forwarding well
ahead of January 1, payment will be made to us prompt
ly. This will obviate delay in receiving funds as might
prove true, due to congestion of business, if settlement is
attempted through the locai post office.
Funds will thus be received, we expect, in season to
start interest on any deposit frora January first.
We have already given attention to those we hold
for safe-keeping for pur customers but if you have any
not yt presented to us, please bring in at once and we
will collect, free of any expense to you.
Passumpsic Savings Bank
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
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