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THE BAR RE DAILY TIMES, BARRE, VT., Tliy USD AY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1921.
NORTHFIELD Helen L. Silver tha Bride of Ralph K. Shaw in Pretty Ceremony. A very pretty home wedding oc curred Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Silver in North field, when their daughter, Helen L. Silver, wan united in marriage with Kalph K. Waw, son of Prof, and Mrs. K, A. Shaw of this town. At 8 o'clock the members of the immediate families and a few invited guests gathered in the parlor, which was handsomely dee orated. At the strains of the wedding . march, played by Mis Ethel Cross, the bridal party entered the room. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Ueorge F. Fortier of Morrisville, for mer pastor of the local Univeralist church, the double ring service being used. The bride was given in mar riage by her father, and Miss Edna Philips and Allan Plumley were the attendants. The bride was becomingly dressed in white satin and wore an embroidered veil and carried white bridal roses, while the bridesmaid wore peach colored pussy willow silk and carried pink roses. Mh-s Elizabeth Hingham sang during the evening "At the Dawning" and "Still as the Night." Following the ceremony refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Shaw left later for a wedding trip, after which thev will go to Boston to reside, where 'he "has a situation. They were .the recipients of a large number of beauti ful gifts. Mrs. Shaw has spent the greater part of her life here and for some time was employed in the Northfield Na tional bank, a position she gave up a few weeks ago. She is ft young lady who has a large circle of friends in this vicinity. Mr. Shaw was graduated fvnm Norwich university in the class of 1020 and is now located in Boston. Best wishes and Jicarty congratula tions are extended the worthy young couple. Miss Carolyn Strong has gone to Northfield. Mass., where he is to en ter Northfield seminary at the opening of the fall term. Mr. Hagan of Cambridge, who has been spending a few days in town, lias returned home. He is the father of James L. Hagan, who for some years was monotype operator in the North field News office and well known here. Ernest Vien has resumed his work In the Atlantic and Tacinc store after a week's vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Vien, who were recently married, have just returned from their wedding trip. They .are to reside in the Whitney block at Northfield Falls Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge F. Murray have returned from ' Boston and ' vieinfty, where they have been spendinga few days with relatives. Edward Smith 'of Worcester, Mass., is spending his acation at the home of his father. Horace Smith, on School street. He is now manager of an A. 4 P. store in Worcester, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Ea.stman of Massachusetts were recent visitors in town. Mrs. Eastman will be pleasant ly rememlM-red as Maud Downing, for merly of Northfield. Mr. Eastman is it graduate of Norwich university. J. E. Albin and daughter, Miss Ruth, have been spending a few days in Lis bon, N. H. Lynn Hill, designer for the Cross Bros. Granite company of Northfield, wlin ia an atfomnlishcd acrobat. WHS one of the four free vaudeville acts ap-1 . I i . ... ! t . i i pearing on uie si age in irum. in me grand stand at the Middlebury fair. ' Mr. Hill's act is well worthy of the .professional stage and was very en- Safe Milk For Infants & Invalids NO COOKING !T9 "Food -Dnnk fot All Ages. Qakk Lunch at Home, Office, and contains. Ak for HORLICICS tfSrkvdxi Imitations 4 Substitute? , To - 1 t "Out of the Darkness" A story far removed from the conventional, and sustain ing the suspense up to the last scenes. "Out of the Dark ness" is such a production. You have never seen anything like it before and the memory of it will remain with you a long time. Pathe Review Tomorrow "So Long Letty" SPECIAL MUSIC HOTEL ST. JAMES TIMES SQUARE, NEW YORK CITY Jurt off Broadway at 109-113 Wet 45th St. Mara laari t7 wa trrcf with Aa Hotel of quiet diguit-, ka-r-log tha atmoapherc and arfoiat menta of well conditioned bone. 40 Theatre, all principal ahopi and churches, 3 to S aaia trs walk. 2 mieate af all nt-wari, " roada, aartacc cart, baa liaea. Withia 3 minatra Grand Cen tral S miaatea Peaaarl-aaia Tar-tmaia. thusiastically received, by the very large crowd attending the fair each day. " Mr. Hill's many friends in Northfield and vicinity will be pleased to know that he is to appear in an act at the Dog River Valley fair on Wednesday and Thursday. His six-year-old daughter, Phyllis, will ap pear with him in the act in Northfield. Theodore Ball and George Holton, who have been spending their sum mer vacation at their homes in town, have returned to Mount Hermon school to resume their duties. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Berry are the parents of a son, born at the Barre City hospital Monday. . Trof. and Mrs. K. R. B. Flint have returned from Lake Dunmore, where they have been spending their summer at their camp. Mrs. Flint went to Essex Center Wednesday to be pres ent at the Essex county fair, where she is one of the judge in, the floral hall. John Gettv'ha purchased the place owned bv Willianf D. Plastridgc on North Main street and has taken pos session. Mr. and Mrs. (ietty are for mer residents of this town and re turned here a few weeks ago to visit at the home of his sister, Mrs. Plas tridge, and have since decided to re main. Their friends will be glad to hear that they are to. return here. Next visit of Dr. F. A. Slader, the optometrist, Friday, Sept. 8. Leave word ior him at George Cady's store. adv. Adlord Provost is spending a week in Connecticut with friends. His brother, Charles Provost, is assisting in the Provost brothers' restaurant during the former's absence. Miss Miriam Kimball is visiting her niece, Mrs. John Prince, in Waterbury Mr Prince will be remembered in Northfield as Connie Kimball. Her hua- band has recently become pastor ot ttie Congregational church in Waterbury. At ikb Mvrllp Roiiers was at her home in Braintree over the holiday. Mrs. Timothy Welch, who has been ill for several weeks, was able to ride out Tuesday for the first time. Her many friends will be pleased to know t...t ; ulmi'lu (ruiiiimr Mm. Scott innii nut. in - - - - D. Welch who has been with her moth er for the past two weeks, returned to her home in Montpelier Wednesday. Little Leona, the young daughter of Mrs. Hazel Haight, is seriously ill with pneumonia. Mrs. Clara Holton, who has been spending the summer at her home in town, left Monday for Branford, Conn., where she is to teach the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Chauncey Hayden have been visiting Mrs. Hayden' sister in Middlebury for a few days. Mrs. Nettie Rix of Randolph has been spending a short time in town with her daughter, Mrs. Robert Mayo. Miss Angie Badger, who has beei spending three weeks in town a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Me Cormick, returned Saturday to New Paltz, N. Y., to resume her dutiea as art teacher in the normal school in that place, Miss Abbie Dillingham, who has been spending the past three weeks at the home of her mother, has returned to Rochester, N. H., where she is commer cial teacher in the high school. Charles Provost has finished work in F. S. Dyke's jewelry store. J. E. Bingham and family have been visiting his son. and wife in Canaan for a few days the past week. There was no celebration in North field, Labor day. All places of business and the shools were closed in observ ance of the day. Solon Staples is mail carrier on the route in the east part of the town, the place being made vacant by the resigna tion of Arthur Gold. Miss ltura Averill visited at her home in Roxbury over the .holiday. Miss Eliza beth Boynton, who hag been spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Boyn ton, has gone to Beacon, N. Y., where she is to teach penmanship in the junior high school. Miss Klizabcth Bingham delighted the audience at the Savoy theatre Monday night with two vocal solos. Miss Bingham's many friends are al ways pleased to have an opportunity to hear her. She returns the last of the week to Boston to resume her studying at the New England Conser vattirv of Music. E. R. Britian, Harry Brusa, Timothy day Comedy aacart "5 h MpMUlhtntMSsaWlbl j THE WONDERFUL FRUIT MEDICINE Every Home In Tills State Ms "Fruit-a-tives" To those suffering with Indigestion, Torpid Liver, Constipation, Sick orNervout Headaches, Neuralgia, Kidney Trouble, Rheumatism, Pain in the Back, Eczema and other Skin Affections, 'Fruit-a-tives' gives prompt relief and assures a speedy recovery when the treatment is faithfully followed. 'Fruit-a-tives is the only medicine made from fruit containing tha medicinal principles of apples, oranges, figs and prunes, combined with valuable tonics and antiseptics. 50c. a box, 6 for $2.50, trial size 25c. At all dealers or sent postpaid, by FRUIT-A-TIVES Limited, OGDENSBURG, N. Y. Donahue and Wayne Howe, represent in Nnrrpl l-Muvnard Dost. American Legiont and Mrs. Harry Brusa and Aliss Margaret Aiken irom uie laaies Auxi liary went to Rutland Tuesday morn ing to attend the state convention of the American Legion and auxiliary branches. EAST BROOKFIELD Mvron Barnes and Theron Duchaine from Berlin recently visited their aunt, Mrs. Wallace Austin. A. D. Reed, his mother, Madam Reed, and Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Medcalf visit ed friends and relatives in Stowe last Saturday. Rev. J. Q. Angell from Moultonville, N. H., visited his daughter, Mrs. Lewis Hayward, the first of the week. Russell Farnsworth from Springfield, Mass., and Miss Anna Jones from Bethel visited at Leonard Famsworth's last week Thursday. William Mercer and two sons from Barre were at M. W; Stoddard's last week. The Friendship Birthday club spent a very pleasant afternoon with Mrs. P. U. Reed last week Friday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Willcox and in fant daughter, Constance, returned home from New Jersey last week, where they had been to attend the wedding of Sir. Willcox' sister. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Brown moved last week to their home, which they re cently purchased of Erwin Lewis, and E. (i! Harrington and family have re turned to their home farm. ('. J. Banister of Monkton, Mass., was a recent business visitor in town. Dr. Tenny Wbeatley and family, who have been visiting at FTank YA ilcox,' returned to their home in New York City last Monday. Christian and Lewis Bjorn of Ban-e spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Will Rutz. SOUTH RANDOLPH Mrs. Archie MacPhetre has been quite ill the past week and is now con fined to her bed. Mr. Mark Stoddard is caring for her daughter, Mrs. MacPhetres. Miss Ruth Hanks went to her school in Waterbury last we-k. Mis Agnes Preston was at George Hyde' Sunday. Miss Harriet Smith. Miss Haiti Camp and Kenneth Riford have re turned to school. Randolph, South Royalton, and Colby academy, N. H. Mr. Rix Williams of Windsor made a short visit in town, guests at the home of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Prince. Frank Smith and E. B. Camp were in Stockbridge and Barre on business laft. week. Frank Smith and wife were in Wind sor one day last (ieorge Hyde, jr., has a new Buick car. NORTH RANDOLPH ( lark .lones is visiting in New York .talt Mi Ella Trask. who is to teach the fouth branch school in Brookrleld, i boarding with her sii-ter, Mrs. James Wheat Icy. Mrs. Jennie Severance is spending a few days at Irwin Heatha in East Randolph. The Weona club was entertained Saturday evening at Frank Kirhard son's. The hall was wired for electric lighti la-t week. The powr is to be furnished by Frank Richardson. ' "Mr. and Mrs. Roy Poor and son of Westrield. N. J., Mr. and Mrs. Van Clark of East Braintree called on friend here last Friday. For New Styles and Pretty Arms (Beauty Notes.) Women are fast learning the value of the use of delaume for removing hair or fuw from face, iwek or arm. A paste is mad with some powdered dclatone and water and spread on the hairv surface. In 2 or 3 minute it i rubbed off. the skin washed and every bit of hair has disappeared. No fail ure will result if you are careful to buy genuine dclatone and mi freh as wanted, Adv. Exhausted Nerve Force t frna awi9 wt. wfl-r. late m i nua at ua. ar iuih f any kind, raar a-fferln tmm the a fM liu vnajmnc -m Uam tm an I br the aT--ital ram mnm and thai KinMl lai writ aftaa awl amiaiwiialr aii itmm ynar ad neth. aenrr and rmmmnrm ta t a it tm It an ml? um . the Mml as that it caa Saia-ai im naail aainbaa aa tfaa antm aw i eeUa. fc-t Wratwd tmm a tif ta pranr-i eaeainl i-mUfut af rti- ttnmg a Son-a a 4 t1-'ae a traa imi and fetswj M. J4-fW-te-T reaarta raafBtei -a a-e annln ir ar tha a aaaatnn wMt a raa4 fnr wmmrf. P-r ae at an d-arrMa. PLAINFIELD Funeral of Mrs. Ora Austin Was Held at Daughter's Home. Mrs. Ora Ann Austin passed away Monday morning, Auj. 20, at the home ot her only daughter, Mrs. S. E. Uwi ncll, on Hollister hill. Besides her daughter, she leaves two granddaugh ters, Mrs. Eileen Benjamin of Hard wick and Dorothy JJwinell, and one great-grandson, Waldo Bemia of Hard wick, also a host of friends, who will miss her pleasant smile and kind words. The funeral services were held on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Dwincll, Rev. L. F. Fortney officiating. Funeral of Mrs. Margaret Kodgdon in M. E. Church. The funeral services of Mrs. Mar garet Hodgdon were held in the M. E. church Thursday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock, Kev. Arthur Hewitt officiating. W. B. Lance sang two selection, "Crossing Uie Bar" and "lad, Kindly Light," accompanied by Mrs. Kellogg. The very many beautiful floral trib utes testified to the loving esteem in which Mrs. Hodgdon was held in the community. Mrs. Hodgdon was born in Cabot, April 27, 185."), the daughter of Fred rick and Mary Corliss. Her first mar riage was to Lewis Hopkins and eight children tfere born to them, of whom four survive Fred Hopkins of John son, Mrs Inez Perkins of Northfield, Robert Hopkins of Johnson and Mrs. Bertha Woodard of Wolcott. There are also 11 grandchildren. After the death of Lewis Hopkins, she married Augus tine Hodgdon, who died several years ago. For the past 25 years she had been a domestic nurse, always ready to go in times of illness with her tender minis trations and loving deeds of kindness. Two years ago her ' health began to fail, a'fter an attack of influenza. The family have the sympathy of the community. Burial was in the Cab ot cemetery. Mrs. fieorge C. Vincent was in Mont pelier Tuesday. Misses Mira and Minnie Dodge and Ruth Buxton were in Barre on Thurs day. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Townsend were in Montpelier Monday. Hector Wheelock of Calais was in town Wednesday. Miss Beatrice Spencer and friend at tended the Sherbrooke fair several days laat week. O. N. Johnson of Walden was in town Friday. Mrs. D. H. Hollister spent the week end in Barre. Mrs. Frank Jackson remains in a very serious condition. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Buxton were bus iness visitors in Barre Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Townsend spent Sunday in East Montpelier with rela tives. Misses Edith and Crrie Hollister of Montpelier were visitors on Hollister hill Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Tuttle and son, Elmer, were in Barre Tuesday. Mrs. C. L. Martin were in Burling ton Wednesday. A son, Edwin Carlisle, waa born to Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Charon Aug. 20. Mr. and Mrs. Charon live in Wood stock, but were formerly of this town. Kev. L. V. Fortney was in Middle sex Aug. 21), to attend the funeral of Mrs. Chestina (Vaun) Leonard, widow of the late John R, Leonard of that town and grandmother of Judge E. L. Scott of Barre. William Best, Erwin Nye and Ed. Bartlott are quite ill at this writing. Mrs. Edwin I'oulin has gone to work for Mrs. II. C, Holt, after a two week' vacation. Mrs. C. L. Silver visited in Groton Friday. William and Lewis Duchaine were in town the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Clark and family of Cabot spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. E. I Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Medoae l'elkev. Mr. and .Mrs. Alfred Hooker "of Hard wick recently viited Mr. and Mrs. George Vincent. Harry. Coburn attended the Sher brooke fair last week. ' Edwin Bond visited Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Cat in Calais Tuesday. Herbert Richardson of North Mont pelier was in town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bailey and daughter, Marion, have moved into their new home, recently purchased of William Harvey. Alvin Holmes has moved his house hold goods to the home of his daugh ter. Mrs. Claud Bailey, where he will now live. A ball game was played between Marshrlcld and Plainfield here Satur day afternoon, the Plainfield boys win ning, 2 to 3. All members of Pleasant Valley Re bekah lodge are requested to be pres ent at the next regular meeting Friday evening. Sept. 0, as the warden of the assembly is expected to be present. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Lane and sons, Mrs. Ellen Martin and daughter, Miss June, called on relatives in town Fri day. Mr. and Mra. Lane and daughter, da'v. Mr. and Mrs. Lane and sons and Miss Martin returned to their home in Foreat Hills. Mass., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Richardson and daughter of Rhode Islund visited Mr. and Mrs. Gardner Noble last week. Burt W. Davis of Marshfield was in town Thursday afternoon. ReV. L. F. Fortney was called to the home of Simeon Dwincll Wednesday afternoon to attend the funeral of Mra. Dwinell's mother, widow of the late Hector Austin. Miss Laura Abbiatti of East Mont pelier was in town over the week end. Mra. Carrie Pike of Massachusetts ha been visiting Mrs. A. N. Flood and Mra. A. J. Page the past week. Erwin Aiken of North Montpelier wa in town Monday. The Mothers' club was pleasantly rartertained on Friday afternoon by l.uile Flood. Thirty members, friends and children were present. A social hour was apent on the lawn around the pitting frames, where a comforter was tied. Then all enjoyed a fine supper, spread on long table, decorated with truit flowers. The next meeting will be held with Inez Martin of east hill. Plainrield. Thurday afternoon, .-.pt. 15. Pleaae bring needles and i Limbics. Mr. A. J. Fose spent part of lat week in Washington with Mrs. Clara Wood. Mr. and Mra. Frank Tae were in V.rth M'iBipelier the first of the week iit her icT, Mra. E. W. Pitkin,1 a ha wa quite ill. Elmer Bancroft of Wells River spent the week end in town with relative. Mra. Jame and daughter of Hard mW were guet of Mr. and Mr. Fred j i wvlridjre laM week. Mr. Ellen Pauly and Mr. Elsie Voorlwk have returned from their .-X in Maarhuwti and New York. Mr. Ut i Farnlm and Mrs. L. C SUFFERED SIX YEARS Maw------a--a----'- Mrs. Stoll Tell Women How She Found Relief From Pain. Philadelphia, Pa. "I suffered for six years with pain every month, had vomiting Biieua the first two days, and was unfit to do my work. I read in your little book about Lydia E. Pinkham'a Vegetable Com pound and took the medicine with satisfactory re sults. I am a mid wife and recom mend the Vege table Compound to my friends and my daughters take it. You may pub lish these facts as a testimonial." Mrs. Louise Stoll, 609 W.York St, Philadelphia, Pa. It is not natural for women to suffer as did Mrs. Stoll, and in nine cases out of ten it is caused by some dis placement or derangement of the sys tem which Lydia . Pinkham'a Vege table Compound overcomes, because it acts as natural restorative. Every woman who is subject to cramps, headaches, nervous spells, backache or those dreadful bearing down pains should profit by Mrs. Stoll 's experience and try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and write Lydia E. Pinkham Medicine Co. Lynn, Mass., about their health. Baldwin were in Barre Tuesday to visit Mrs. Neil Neilson, w ho is at the City hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Warren and children were in Marshfield over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strong and son of Montpelier Center. Mrs. Clara Page of Allston, Mass., and Dan Page were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bartlett Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Woodcock spent a few days ire their cottage at Groton pond the first of the week. Miss Eflie Me-Leod of Barre spent tin, week end in town with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Lewis and daugh ter and Mrs. George Brown spent last week in camp at Edgewater in the Hol lister cottage. Frederick Nudd of Cohasset, Maaa., is a visitor at the home of Lloyd Farn ham. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Glover and her mother, Mrs. Williams of Lisbon, N. H., recently visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bartlett. Miss Mildred Hooker of Hardwick, who recently visited her aunt, Mrs. (ieorge C. Vincent, left last week for Washington, D. C, where she has an excellent position as physicist in the bureau of standards. Miss Hooker goes well recommended, having been one of the 14 from a class of 147 who grad uated last June with highest scholastic honor from the I'aiversity of Vermont, receiving cum laude and Phi Berta Kappa. Mr. Maxwell, who is employed by Martin 4 Bartlett, has moved his fam ily from Barre into the Lupien house. Many friends and relatives from Cabot were present at the funeral serv ice of Mrs. .kirgaret Hodgdon, among them Dr. and Mrs. M. D. Warren and Alon.o Hopkins, an uncle of Mrs. Hodgdon. Murray E. Bemis of Phoenix, Ann., writes of a camping experience a fol lows: "We went up to Camp creek on Tuesday, Aug. Hi. Got in late in the afternoon. Found a very desirable camping place (apparently) 10 feet above the dry creek bed, a nice level spot of ground with two big sycamore trees two and one-half feet through on the bank between us fcnd the creek. Put up our tent and covered the auto mobile with canvas, beside the cur tains, to make it tighter than the tent, and' used it for a storehouse to keep our food, clothes, cameras, etc., in. We bad a little rain Friday night and the creek came ti three or four feet, as I have seen it before, but nothing to worry about. Saturday night it rained a little more and Sunday the creek came up about like Friday, and then on top of that was another rise with out any warning, that swept out the two big sycamores and at least 13 feet of the creek bank, taking the car and cutting off the Iow rows of the tent pegs. As oon a we could, we gut out of the tent, but had no time to save the car or hardly anything in it. There wasn't much time with the bank cav ing off and the big trees going down, rocks and boulder grinding, etc. The tent caved over toward higher ground, so we pulled that up and the cots and bedding with it. The car was carried about half a mile dowa stream and was practically buried under boulders. Considering the narrow escape and the chancea we took to what we did save, we have not felt like taking the loss aa hard as we might have under other circumstances. We came through without colds; in fact, except for the nerve strain, we are all right and home never looked o good before." This was the occasion when the Arizona State House was flooded, Aug. 21 and 22. Card of Thanks. We wish to thank all the friends and neighbors for their kindness at the time of our mother's death, also for the beautiful floral tributes at the time of the funeral. Fred Hopkins. Mr. Inea Perkins, ' Robert Hopkin. Mrs. Bertha Woodard. The KICK is in Ihe TASTE rc.a.raTfffl i aa..nnnJ tyV 2I. Bottled at the Brewery. Try a Ca$e--It'i Funoni A. MISTRANGELO & SON Telephone 5!0-J. GROTON Congratulations are extended to Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Taisey on the birth of a daughter at the Mary Hitchcock hos pital at Hanover, N H., Tuesday. . Air. and Mrs. G. W. Whitehill re turned to their home at St. Johnsbury, after a stay of several days here, re moving the household goods from the Mrs. Ella Whitehill house. The house has been purchased by G. E. Taisey. Mrs. J. J. Davis returned to her home, at St. Johnsbury, Wednesday after visiting her sister, Mrs. Ed. Smith, who is recovering from a frac tured ankle. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hosmer, Robert Hosmer and son. Gaylord, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hosmer and children went Saturday to Russell and Frank lin, N. H., for a few days' visit with relatives. Miss Grace Tillotson of New York if visiting her brother, Dr. II. L, Tillot son. George Morrison, who was called here Saturday by the illness of his uncle, J. W. Morrion, returned to hia home at Manchester, N. H., Monday. Mr. Morrison remains about the same, slightly improved from last week. Miss Sehna E. Ockerblad of New York, Mrs. Caroline Ockerblad and Miss Anua Ockerblad of Burlington nvitored here Tuesday from. Lake Fairlee, where they are spending the summer, and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Smith for the day. Mrs. Nellie Johnson and daughter, Thclrna, William Donald and Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Coffrin were visitors in Montpelier and Barre on Tuesday. Mr. and Mra. A. N. Clark of Hard wick are in town, Mrs. Clark visiting her son, G. C. Smith, while Mr. Clark is working on the new school building. Rev. and Mrs. 0. B. Thomas, who have Wen spending gome time at their summer cottage on Mt. Medad, re turned to Providence, R. I., on Tues day. Mrs. Thomas has been here since the latter part of May and Mr. Thom as for the past six weeks. The O'Brien children, who have leen passing their vacation with their grandmother, Mra. Nellie Hadlock, left Tuesday for their home near Boston. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hendry, Harvey and Kathleen Hendry and Miss Viola La pare were sisitors in Barre yester day. Mrs. Ralph Foster wa a Woodsville, N. H., visitor yesterday. Mrs. Helen Ricker, who recently re turned from an extended visit in Cov entry, R. L, and Lowell, Mass., went on Monday to Barre for a week's stay. An airplane passed over the village Tuesday afternoon, going north. The whizt of the engine was very distinct,' as were the outlines of the machine, but its destination has not been learned. EAST HARDWICK Arlene Allbee returned to Sargent's college the first of the week. Mrs. C. H. Stevens and Madge re turned from York Beach, Me., Tuesday night. Mrs. Childs from Maiden, Ma., is at her rooms in the hotel and looking after her b- sines here. Mr. and Mrs. II. Kittridge were in Cabot recently to attend the funeral of Mrs. Blare. School opened here Tuesday, with Mrs. Eldridge and Miss Cilley as teach ers. Mr. and Mr. E. G. Smith and son were Sunday guests at Will Clarey's in Greensboro. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Thilbrook were in Greensboro recently. Mrs. Bellrose is having some repairs done and ha rented a part of her house to B. Alarey. Mrs. Hulda Grey and Mrs. Lucy Sawver have returned from a few days spent with Mrs. Grev'a son, Will, in North Haverhill. N. H. . Harold Chandler of Lyndon is spend- j ing a few days with his uncle, C. W. Ransom. From here he will go to Bur- ! lington to enter the lr. V. M. I Dorothy Cote returned ta Mt. St. RESIflOL 5oolhinq and Healinq 5tops Itchinq DON'T RfilSS New York Jazz at Chelsea To-night Dancing as Usual Tpn hitf henutiful kewpie dolls to the first ten ladies from Barre. Bunnell's! Band Just I Wrapped in Bottle I 4 All you need is a straw and a thirst i then Whistle. Alway the tame the world over. v Phone Whistle Bottl Mary's school In Burlington Tuesday. Eunice. Davidson is spending the week with her parents. School opened at Hardwick Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Moore were in Pom fret Sunday. Mrs. Kmma Wood has come to work in the family of Mrs. Bugbee. Miss Mary Hovey was in Hardwick Saturday night. Clayton Magoon from Manchester, N. H., is vkiting his father, I. D. Ma goon. Clyde King was in Burke Sunday to take hi father and family back to the Darling farm, where Mr. King has work. Fred Eldridge is filling his silo. Quite a good many from here are at tending the fair at Barton this week. Mrs. Ned Underwood has been ill for a week. Elsie and Dorothy Underwood have gone to Lyndon to" begin their school work. The sale and dinner at Jewett chapel Friday was well attended. Over $70 was cleared. Grange fair here Saturday. This is a great day. The play in the evening by local talent is "Dust of the Eearth." Mrs. Minnie Rollins has returned to her home in Danville. BRADFORD Miss Ethel Martin went Saturday to Canaan, where she teaches this year. Messrs. Frank Merrill and Men im Belle from Ublv, Mich., are visiting at Mr. and Mrs. L A. Merrill's. 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