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: MORRIS VI LLE Mrs. Daniel Montgomery spent Fri day in Burlington. Miss Pauline Wella is convalescent from an attack of tonsilitia. Charles Mould was a Burlington visitor Friday and Saturday. Thomas C. Cheney is improving slowly from his recent serious ill ness.. Mrs. A. B. Limoge was a Burling ton visitor over Friday night, and Saturday. John Darling of Oak Bluff, Mass., " is a guest at the home of his sister, Mrs. A. M. Goddard. Mrs. Harriet Ide has returned to Oil City, Pa., after a few days' stay with friends in town. Mr. and Mrs. Alec Lucia of Jeffer sonville. spent Christinas with the latter's sister, Mrs. A.liJ. Limoge. A. W. Isham, , manager of the C. Brigham Co., was a business visi tor in VVaterbury a part of last week. Miss Beryl Cram has been confined to her home for several days, (Suffer ing from a severe attack of tonsilitis. Miss Nellie Watts of Haverhill, Mass., arrived ' Saturday for a two EDNA LOUISE BEARD (Courtesy of the Randolph Herald) The first woman to be elected to the Senate of the Vermont Legisla- COMMUNITY CHRISTMAS TREE 1. i. i . lr... ti r CUn .,--w, 1 ... .... ; f'Lw,.,. Til wecivs Stay Willi Iier blS LCI, iUIS, IViary unc waa uuui in vucinm, xii., j Camp. I July 25, 1877, and has held offices in; Helen, little daughter of Mr. and I Orange, Orange county and repre- i Mrs. Leonard Allaire, who has been ' sented her town in the Legislature of very ill of pneumonia, is improving j 1921. nicely. - i ' Miss Jean Pinney of Montpelier has been spending several days at the home of Judge and Mrs. George M. Powers. Miss Madge Men-itt, a student at Middlebury College, is spending the week with her mother, Mrs. A. A. Jenkins. Many People Out on Christinas Eve Singing the Best Ever Several hundred people gathered at the ' Academy Park Sunday evening when they enjoyed the community l J 1 or 1 smy wniuii was leu uv ij iiiemuttra i i ji i x j - - i ui v at. iu uo tuuiui vuwiia aiiu uitii,i' t lie schools in Wolfboro, N. II., came Saturday night for a stay with her . parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Styles, ij of Cherry avenue. ! The Misses Elma Bailey and Mabel : Decell, instructors in Middletown, j Conn., came Saturday night to spend I their vacation with their parents, Mr. j and Mrs. H. C. Bailey and Mr. and ; Mrs. Lewis Decell. -. j' The village fathers have had an other tussle the past week with the i roots of those rapid growing cotton ! wood trees near the corner of Con ' gress street and Cherry avenue that find a way into the sewers and stop ! them up completely in a very short ' time. Mr. and Mrs. Horace II. Powers ! of New York were guests over Fri day night and Saturday at the home ' of the former's parents, Judge and Mrs. George M. Powers. They went Saturday night to Burlington, where thev spent Christmas with Mrs. Pow : ers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. T Iiutter; There were many - very attractive show windows in the business section during the holidays. The new fea tures were the more liberal use of electrical displays. . The E. J Wheeler drug Btore sidewalk sign and the Campbell Jewelry Co. disap pearing and repeating signs were the most noticeable. .Wendell Ring, who has been con fined to the house byillness for the past two weeks, is now able to be out, and little Wenona is getting all as well as possible, and wishes to thank each and all of the kind people who helped , to give her such a Merry Christmas. li you tan to nnd everything in this paper this week where it ought to be, please remember we had to WOLCOTT ball school, Lowell, Mass., is spend ing two weeks at the home of his mother, Mrs. Elmer Camp. Miss Bessie Ryder, who teaches in St. Johnsbury, is at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Ryder, for the Christmas vacation. The Misses Dorothy and Elizabeth Powers of New York are spending the holidays with their parents, Judge and Mrs. George M. Powers. Charles Howard of Proctor came pated in by a large number of voices. including school children. The leaders in the singing stood in the bandstand near, the community tree, which was beautifully trimmed with many colored lights. Mrs. George M. Powers led the singing and the following carols were sung: "O Little Town of Bethlehem," Barnby; "It Came Upon the Midnight Clear"; "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing"; "Joy to the World"; "Holy Friday to spend the Christmas holi- Night"; "Hark, Hark, My Soul"; day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs Bernard Howard, of Wabun avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Raymond of Ithaca, N. Y., arrived in town the last of last week for a stay with Mrs. Raymond's mother, Mrs. A. A. Jenkins, and with relatives in Stowe. Mrs. Charles Bridge went last week to Montpelier for a stay with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Zephyr Smith, and niece, Miss Leona Smith. The latter, who has been in poor health for some time, has not teen as well for several weeks. The following U. V. M. students are spending the holidays at their respective homes: The Misses Muriel Smith, Phyllis Hill, Madeline .Gates, Frances Farr, Frances Bates and Marian Bates and Raymond Gates Robert Slayton and Earl Slayton. Annual New Year's Ball, Hotel Melendy, Jeffersonville, Friday night. Dec. 29. Music by Burroughs' orches tra. Full hill $2.00. Adv. ;aturaay ana tnat tne omce was closed all day Christmas. ' The help, who had all worked for three weeks beyond the limit, were entitled to a brief vacation. With more help, after this week, we will endeavor to serve you better than ever before. Pleasantly Entertained The Semper Fidelis class of the Methodist Church was royally enter tained at the pleasant home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Bailey of Maple street, Friday evening, Dec 15. The house was tastefully decorated in a fashion oppropriate to the Christmas season, including a Christ mas tree, from "which Christmas greeting calendars made by Mrs. Cor nell were distributed to those pres ent, ana also sent to absent mem New Books at the Morristown Cen tennial Library Charles Rex 1 Dell Jimmie Dak and the Phantom Clue, Packard Charm School , . . . . Miller Judith of the Godless Valley, Willsie Net Beach Tale of Triona. Locke Long Live the King Rinehart , Babbitt Lewis Marshal Andrews Joan of Arc of the North Woods, Day Egan Hall Old Dominion ..... Page .story-Lives of Master Musicians, Brower Letters of 1 ranklin K Lane Return of the Middle Class . . . . Corbin Juvenile Story of the Pilgrims... Usher Boy Who Knew What the Birds Said, Colum Star People .Johnson Apache Gold Altsheler Grit-a-Plenty Wallace Swiss Twins Perkins Conquests of Invention Parkman Rosemary Green Gray Peggy in Her Blue Frock White BUSINESS CARDS DENTIST Lloyd C. Robinson, D. D. S. Dental X-Ray Facilities Telephone 121-12. Morrisville, Vt H. J. EDMUNDS Optometrist and Jeweler Eyes Tested, Glasses Fitted Portland Street Morrisville, Vt. DR. A. A. MIXOTT DENTIST . Painless Method of Extracting Teeth Main St. Phone 4-21 Johnson "Angels From the Realm of Glory"; "While Sheperds Watched Their Flocks." After the singing in the park the sick and shut-ins were visited. The tree was secured hy the Cham ber of Commerce. It was a handsome tree, picked out by the Ward Bros., bers. and was 41 feet high. . A social hour was enjoyed, inter- I gpersed wjl games, etc., and mutual Winners of Basketball Series to i Christmas gif ts and exchanges. Receive Trophy Unique refreshments were served, The officials of the Northern Ver- the place cards being tiny Christmas mont Basketball League have accept- trees. ed a silver trophy cup offered by the i The class is WTy grateful to the Alumni Association of Rensselaer hostesses, Mrs. Bailey, Mrs. Clara Polytechnic Institute at Troy, N. Y., Jones and Mrs. Cornell, for this very to be awarded to the team winning J pleasant evening, and appreciates the the basketball championship this sea-. time and effort expended. son. Ihe membership of the league , is composed of St. Albans, Burling- ' STOWE ton, waterDury, juornsville, Mont pelier and Barre. Mr. and Mrs.G. R. Bickford were in Morrisville Friday. ' P. A. Hollenbeck was a visitor in Hyde Park Thursday. H. M. McFarland was a business visitor in town Friday. Mrs. K. A. Foster was in Hyde Park one day last week. Mrs. H. A. Parker was a business visitor in Hardwick Wednesday. Herbert Preman and Clive Canter bury were in Morrisville Friday. Mrs. II. B. Parker and Mrs. G. R. Bickford were in Morrisvilfe Wednes day. Mrs. II. B. Parker and Miss Myra belle Parker were in Morrisville re cently. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Lyons were in Montpelier one day last week on business. C. M. Wood has pneumonia. Dr. Ferris is attending him with Mrs. Houston as nurse. Mrs. J. E. Wheeler, Jr., Mrs. W. L. Richardson and Mrs. H. A. Parker were in Morrisville Friday night. Mrs. C. S. H. Cleveland returned home from Morrisville Wednesday morning. She had been stopping with Mrs. Retta Whittemore for a few days. Annual New Year's Ball, Hotel Melendy, Jeffersonville, Friday night, December 29. Music by Burroughs' Orchestra. Full bill $2.00. Adv. uiiiiHiiiiHiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiriiiriiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMt'Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiig Mrs. Alice Day is improving from her illness of the past -week. Most of the stores .kept open Christ mas forenoon, but a few were closed all day. Clarence Fisher, cashier for Glenn A. Wilkins, spent Christmas at his home in Vergteiines. Charles Fortier went .Saturday to Boston to spend the Christmas holi days with his mother. Miss Alberta Boandman of Burling ton spent the week-end with her father, M. H. Boardman. Harry Skinner of St. Albans spent Christmas at the home of his grand ly N. Miner of Boston has returned to Stowe. Martin Ellsworth has completed work at Spr.;igfield, Mass., and is at his home in .Stowe. Glenn Kaiser of Springfield, Mass., passed the week-end with his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Kaiser. Miss Beth Puller and Miss Ada Fuller of Johnson are passing the Christmas vacation at their home. Mrs. E. G. Stafford returned last week from the Mary Fletcher hos pital, where she .had a surgical opera tion. Kathryn Reoor of Burlington passed Christmas vacation at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Smalley. I v r, ReCor Miss Thelma Edmunds, instructor) The Misses Marjorie Foster. Ger- ln iiartlord. Conn., is at. the home ' fmH rinvt arA Tir.fonOQ eka,i.t if hKer,.,fathe, J- Edmunds, for ( wh0 are attending school in Morris the holidays. i ville. are Dassine the holidavs at their Mr. and Mrs. Harold Allen of Wal- hnmf den spent .Sunday at the home di Mrs. Allen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Beard. All records were broken in the amount of Christmas mail handled at the local postoftice and by the Express company. Miss Wilma Gill, who is attending school at Stanstead, Que., is spend- Among the students of the U. V. M j who are at home for the Christmas j vacation are Douglass and Dorothy ' Barrows, John Boardman, Katheryn Kecor and waiter Uibbs. I While thermometers registered 10 and 12 below zero at some of the hill ' farms Dec. 19, they went as low as 22 and in some instances 30 at the ing the holidays with her parents, j village and other places in the val Mr. and Mrs. A. B. GilL ley. XNeWton Camp. WhO IS employed On A pnnimnnitu farm hnrao.i moHr, tu H' rv: wr i..:n I ... r. " . . .r. inc iiuuusvuic i lines, tnwusvme, was held at the Memorial building N. H., spent Christmas at the home ' Wednesday. County Agent F. D of his father, Elmer Camp. ! Jones and Miss Mae Truman of Mor- A picnic din- Mr. and Mrs. li. lhayer of hssex risvllln wnro nrownt T . ... : . . ' i . . l l uuncuun spent t.nrisimas wnn nis ner was served. parents, Mr. and Mrs. L,. r. lhayer. i Misn filenHnm Nnttino- in h. on ftoutn congress street. i taken a year's training at a hosnital Wendall Gill, Who is .Studying in RriHcronnrf fnnn h'i.nmrU DENTIST Dr. J. A. Robinson, Morrisville Office Hours: 8:00 a. m. to 12:001:00 to 5:00 p. tn. Telephone 101-12 Extracting; painless method or gas J. FRANK JACKSON, D. D. S. Office in Drowne Block, Portland St Morrisville Office Hours: 8:00 to 12:301:30 to 6:00 DR. F. L. WELLS Dentist OFFICE OVER LUCE'S" STORE . Morrisville, Vermont Office hours: 10:00 to 4:00. office hours Saturday afternoons Complete Dental and Surgical X-Ray piano at the Boston Conservatory of Music", is spending the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Gill. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Brownell of Vergennes came Saturday night for a few days' stay at the home of Mrs. BrowncH's father, II. A. Slay ton. Miss Doris Carpenter of Newport and Fred Carpenter of Walpole, iN. H., are at the home of their father, J. S. Carpenter, for the holi days. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Canty and mother, Mrs. Mary Canty, of St. Johnsbury, spent Christmas at the home of Mrs. Canty's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Weafer of Bridge street Miss Alice Goddard, who is in training at the Mary Fletcher hos pital, and Glendon Goddard of Boston are spending several days with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. M. Goddard. Miss Merle Smalley, who teaches in the White River Academy, White River Junction, is spending the Christmas vacation with her mother, ' Mrs. Minnie Smalley. ' Mr. and Mrs. C C. BaUhelder of Springfield, Mass., are the parents of a son, bom Friday, Dec. 22. Con- No ! eratulations are extended from friends in this vicinity. Dr. and Mrs. J. F. Jackson, Mrs. Equipment Clara Nile and Walter Jackson went X-Ray and fluoroscopic examinations 'he last of last week to Woodsville, not pertaining to dentistry must be N. H., for a few days' stay at the referred by attending physician. I home of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rouhan. Phones: Office 161-2; residence 161-3 j Miss Ruth Styles, nurse in the pub- her work there and is at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Nut tmg, and will take a specialized course in lioston. Miss Lula Neyheart of Patterson, N. J., who has been at the Mary t Fletcher hospital since Sept. 4, came Thursday to pass the 'winter with Mrs. C. A. Riley. Miss Neyheart, who was passing the summer at the Mt. Mansfield Hotel, was taken seri ously ill there and 'rushed to the hospital for an operation. Miss Marjorie Watts has returned from Burlington, where she has visit ed Miss Ellen Stearns at the home of ner parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Stearns. Miss Watts also visited Mrs. J. M. Ruiter and Mrs. A. W. Christianson in Burlington and con sulted her physician who pronounced her condition very favorable. Robert H. Hill, who is carrying on Major D. F. Smith's farm, is ill with rheumatic fever. j Mrs. r. A. Tatro gave a party at her home last week to the students of the Stowe high school senior class in honor of her son, Ralph Tatro, for merly a member of the class, but now attending school in Hanover,' N. II., and who is passing his vacation here. Prin. and Mrs. C. J. Strand and daughter, Sylvia, and Mrs. Lola B. Douglass of the high school faculty were also present Games were played and refreshments of popcorn and candy were served. The party was a surprise to Mr. Tatro and was much enjoyed by all. Mr. and Mrs. M.. Z. Bullock were in Hardwick Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Olin Ainsworth. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Mann and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Martin were with Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Martin Christmas Day. Mrs. M. S. Parker was a visitor at II. H. Parker's Monday. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Bickford went to Swanton Saturday night to spend Christmas with Mrs. Bickford s par ents. Louis Richardson and Merl Wheeler came home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Lurvey were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lur vey over Christmas. Mrs. H. A. Parker and Mrs. W. L. Richardson were in Morrisville Sat urday night. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Goodrich and Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Parker" ate Christmas dinner with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Parker and children Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pike and chil dren and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Parker had dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Henry King bunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Tatro spent Christmas with friends in Norwich. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Johnston and daughter of Qaremont, N. H., visited relatives in town the first .of the week. Clyde Canterbury was in Hardwick the first of the week. Merle Wheeler was home over Sun day from Lunenburg. A. E. Loveland has returned home from Sheldon, where he has been em ployed during the season. Lewis Richardson is home from St. Johnsbury for the holidays. R. G. McDonald .and family Hardwick were gaests at B. Kusic's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emerald "Place Morrisville were visitors at Archie Stoddard's the first of the week. Several from here attended the Christmas exercises at North Wol cott Friday evening. Mamie, the little daughter of Mrs. Sarah Jones, is confined to the house with a cold. Lucien and Eif Lurvey were hoime from Greensboro over Sunday. Henry King and the Rev. A. B. Manchester were In Morrisville Sat urday. Ransom Goodrich is visiting at his home in Hyde Park. Edward Houghton was in Morris ville Saturday. Raymond Hastings of Morrisville was a guest at W. L. Kichardsons the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Udall were in Morrisville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Moody of St. Johnsbury were recent visitors at William Ainsworth's. Mrs. M. E. Darling is expected home from the Hardwick hospital the last of the week. The NINTH lining As in baseball the game is never over until the Ninth Inning. There is one game, however, called the GAME OF SAVING MONEY, in which errors, sacrifices and bad judgment must be contended with, but "Pay to The Order Of" Checks aye yours, if you but stay in the game. Every dollar saved is a score for the Home Team. Keep your scores in a UNION SAVINGS BANK & TRUST CO. PASS BOOK and stay in the game until the Ninth Inning is finished and you have won. Interest on savings accounts will be computed from the day the money is deposited in this Bank for each thirty days that it remains on deposit. BANKING HOURS: 8:00 A. M. to 3:00 P. M. OPEN NOONS. The Union Savings Bank & Trust Co. Of Morrisville, Vermont. C. H. STEARNS, President H. A. SLAYTON, Vice-President W. M. SARGENT, Treasurer SURPLUS AND CAPITAL - - - - $250,000.00 niiliiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiilliiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiililiiiiiiliiiiiHiiiiiiniiiiiih of R. of FOR SALE Three horsepower electric motor, speed 1800, cycle 60, amp. 2.6 volts 550. Has been used but very little. In good condition. Can be seen any day of the week but Tuesdays and Wednesdays at the NEWS & CITIZEN OFFICE Hyde Park. Vt. The optimist never loses hope. first becomes a pessimist. He After all, requiring our million aires to pay their just proportion of taxes might be a dangerous experi ment. There would be so much gold in the national treasury we might all be tempted to go bolshevik in order to grab it. , $1.00 pays for 26 weeks in Vermont Marble andGranite MONUMENTS Headstones, Markers and General Ceme tery Work F. M. & H. F. OBER Sales Room and Shop Bridge Street Telephone 24-3 Morrisville, Vermont Put it in black and white use printer's ink it will help you WE WANT YOUR HIDES CALFSKINS, DEERSKINS, WOOL, TALLOW, BONES',, and all kindred commodities. We pay outside market prices We pay spot cash. We pay freight on 200 pounds or more Anyone having stock should get our prices before selling else where. Write us todavl ? CARROLL S. PAGE HYDE PARK, VERMONT WATERVILLE Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Abbott are the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Lumbra. George Rivers, who is working in Willieton, was at home over Sunday. Eldan Westover is at home for the holidays. Inez Westover, who is teaching in Cabot, is at home. Alison Wells, who has a position in St. Johnsbury, was the guest of his mother, Mrs. II. A. Jackson, over Christmas, arriving Saturday night. Albeit 1 nomas, who has a position in New York, is the guest of his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Thomas. Miss Velma Loach is at home for a short vacation through the holidays. J. W. 1'age of Burlington was in town recently. The Christmas tree at the town hall was a success, the children doing i their work ' fine. The trees were j loaded with gifts. The whole showed j the care and drill given the children by the teachers. The hall was packed to the doors. Special mention is made or tne recitation by Mary Marsh, who is only six years old. There will be a watch meeting at the Union Church next Sunday night. All try and be there. There will be special music by the choir. . Lucia Pepan and Clyde Penan were guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. G. Kelley over Christmas. Mina Trombly has gone to Swan ton to spend Christmas with her mothpr, Mrs. T,ela Constantine. Flour, Feed, 9 CASTORIA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bear the Signature of $!ayffi&j&x Groceries Warm Clothing, Reliable Footwear Cold weather is here and you need good, warm clothing, Shoes, real serviceable Rub bers and Rubber Boots. Come to the Big Department Store for anything in the line of Staple, Seasonable Merchandise. Our patrons will tell you they get a "square deal" and full value for their money. The MUNS0N STORE Main St Telephone 10-4 Morrisville -!