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THE WEEKLY CALEDONIAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1920
"Cashless per Month of Service"
I'' jjjjl VITALITY
The Wright Garage
20 more light
Hwrade C Lamps
The Peck Co.
A number of people here attended
the service at West Burnet church
Sunday morning, this was the first of
the re-dedicating exercises of the
tweek in honor of the extensive re
pairs and improvements recently
made on the church.
Mrs. R. H. Hazclton and daughter,
Ellen, are in Boston for a few days.
Roscoe Potts and wife of New
York city were in town Friday on
their way to Thurbcr's Hotel in Dan
ville where they arc to join their
mother, Mrs. Alonzo Potts, and broth
er, Joseph Potts. Mr. and Mrs. Potts
made the trip from New York in
Mrs. Anna Sargent of Littleton,
. N. H., is visiting at her sister's, Mis.
Rev. Paul Moody and Mrs. Moody
of New York were recent callers at
hc home of W. S. Brock,
i The Barnct Center Ladies' Aid will
jjive a social at their vestry Friday
evening, July 16.
' Mrs. Ellen Bishop of St. Johnsbury
is visiting at Dr. R. H. Hazelton's.
Noel McDowell and bride are visit
ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
I)r. and Mrs. Baker spent Sunday
at J.. E. Gilfdlan's.
Mrs. Kate Kinney is at her home
Miss Olive Metcalf, who is working
in St. Johnsbury, was home over Sun
day Ar. and Mrs. Ira J. Albcc were in
Woodsvilln and Bradford Saturday.
Eiith Wallace was a recent visitor
in Si Johnsbury.
Mf. Fred yuimbv made a short
trip I) Groveton, N. II.. early in the
ISabict raised R2!) for the Tubercu
losa i riYLiiii'i luiii.
MrJand Mrs. James McGill of St. (
Johnslury were visitors at Dr. 1!. j
H. Hilrlion's Monday.
Mr.knd Mrs. Charles Stanley of j
St. JoWbury were recent visitors ;
at W'.K Brock's. j
Mi. Ind Mrs. Ira J. Albce audi
daughtl-, Marjorie and friend. Mi. ,
Drown Inent Monday at Lake Morey.
Lauii Dow is visiting friend at
Middletlwn Springs, Vt.
harlcs Duncan of Mcln.iocs
is withrier daughter. Mrs. Harvey
Mrs. Phelps is making slow
recovery from her bad mishap from
whichs he sufTercd serious injury.
Dr. Jonah Gilfillan and John
Elilen of Beebe Plains were recent
visitors in town.
Mrs. Kate McPhec Manchester of
California, Mrs. Alden Davison of
Albany, N. Y., Miss Maigerita Davi
son ol Boston and Florence Wilder
came to A. N. Gilfillan's early in the
week to remain for several weeks.
A party of 1!! who were motoring
to Canada stopped at the Old Home
stead over night recently.
Hon Alexander Dunnett, who has
been enjoying life at his summer
home at Kicker's Mills, hopes to be
able to (ill Jah place as a member of
the ratifif .committee to visit
Senator KaJVmi when he is officially
notified of .A'; nomination for Presi
dent at the Accent Chicago conven
tion. .. , V
The. tuIiesV 'Circle of the Univer
sal;, i clinch, y.'iil r-ieet in the church
parlors onjUrsda afternoon.
If. G. Hurik of Philadelphia was
a Sunday vi:.iter of Mr. and Mrs. B.
Mi. a'v! Mrs. Jesse Gage of West
Somervillc, ?T;i:'s.. have been visiting
their old friends for the past few
davs in this village and St. Johns
bury Center. Mr. Gage was for many
years foreman in the Caledonian office
and now has n iob office of his own in
Rev. Paul 1). Mnodv. now of New
York city, was cordiallv welcomed in
bis old pulpit at the South church
Sunday evening where he gave a
stron" address on the theme "Defer
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Chipman of
Sutton, their daughter, Mrs. Ralph
Tiirnbull and husband, and Miss Lydia
Holmes, were guests at Charles Lcw
scy's this wee)'.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Campbell
hive furniture arranged in their new
home, and arc new keeping house i"
the upper tenement of the Campbell
bouse on Main street. The last of,
the week., they made an automobile
trip to Lake Morey, accompanied by I
Miss Carolyn Darling and Harold I
Abcrn of New York city. I
Beit Avery of 'Newport, a .former
railroad man, and resident of this
town, lias been visiting oM friends
here lor a few days past.
aii. Araoiy u. BLdver is
a tew weeks this summer with her
parents in Boston.
Harry Silsby and family, Bert Rice
and family, and Miss Alice Campbell
of Sprint-field, Mass., are camping at
Williuoghby Luke in the Silsby cot
tage. Mrs. Frank Dresser and son, Eu
gene, from Burlington, have been vis
iting her mother, Mrs. E. M. Camp
bell, for a few days.
Miss Edith Lewsey was in St.
Johnsbury Saturday and culled on
Miss Joanna Fay, who is in Bright
Crescent Lodge, No. 66, F. and A.
M., are having a vacation this sum
mer, and will have no regular meet -
nigs tiiiougn tnc montns 01 juiy ana
Miss May Campbell, who was re
cently operated on at the Mary Flet
cher hospital in Burlington, is recov
ering very nicely and expects to walk
as well as ever in the course of time.
She will leave the hospital in about
two weeks and stay tor a while Jonger
with her cousin, Mrs. Dreser, before
her return home.
Mi s Mai tha Stevens is spending a
few days this week with cousins in
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Vance have
returned from their honeymoon trip,
and have rooms in the Humphrey
house on Park Avenue for the pres
ent. Mrs. Chra (Stern) Zuckcr, with
her ion and three daughters from
New York City, are stoimiiv with
her motile:', Mrs. S. Stern. The son,
Een SUr:i, also from New York, is
here with them too.
Mrs. J. S. Scholield has returned
from spending some time with her
.sister, Mrs. i!. F. Eaton in West
Lebanon, N. H.
The funeral services of the late
Mrs. George Shorey were hold in the
Univci . ::!i.;t church Mondav after
j noon, and attended b- many of the
friend.- and neighbors. , The Rev.
John Kimball, of Glover, a former
pastor officiated. The Woman's
Relief Corps attended in a body, and
the llorul offerings were numerous
and bc.rjtiful. Interment was in the
Miss Doris Colb - has gone to New
market, N. H., to visit her sister-in-law,
Mrs. Clcon Colby, for a short
The Sawyer brothers, who have
been living in the J)odirc & Watson
block, have moved from there, Guv
goin;1; to Barton, where he has work, !
r.nd Fred moving into the house on i
the Lyndon road, just below the j
cuttle vard. I
Little Miss Alice Dwinell eclebrat-1
ed he r fourth birthday Saturday, a I
number of her young relatives, and
older friends coming to the house to j
give her a haiiy afternoon.
Mr. and Mr.-. Robert Watson of
Utiea, N. Y., are with his mother,
Mrs. Hcnrv Watson, for a short vis-
it. The three with a sister, Mrs. I Mr. and Mrs. Ebcn Strobridgc, Mr.
John Merrill, of Newport, and an- aml Ml.s John strobridgc and family,
other sister, Mrs. May Leonard and M . T. , ...
family, of St. Johnsbury, have been f""1 Mf - Lmwood McLam and
Htwiding a week cam-ing at Joe's 1 daughter, Mr. and Mr Thomas Nor
Poml. j ton and Robert Strobridgc motored
Mrs. Charles Hoffman oes to ' to Edgar Strobridgc's at East St.
St. Johnsburv Friday and Saturday j Johnsbury Monda" to spend the day.
of each week now to assist in the Peter Paris returned to Boston
Williamson Sisters' millincrv stove.
Dr. and Mrs. A. L. Leonard have
returned from n month's stav in Bos-
ton, where he has been takin- spec-
i i.il medical studies. Durino- their ab
I sence. his father and mother remain-
j rd in the house, and little Miss Lois
j Leonard stayed with them.
I Mrs. Willis Wilder of Leonia, N.
I J., came Friday to visit her sister -
in-law, Mrs. H. L. Parker. With the
Parkers, she motored Sunday to Fo-
rest Lake, near Whitefield, N. H.,
and will snend the week there in the
cot'agc ot her brother-in-law. Dr.
Mr. and Mrs, Harold Whipnle
leave the last of this week for a visit
to Mrs. Whipple's old home in France
sailiii'.r from New York on the boat,
Charles Stevens and his sister,
Miss Martha Stevens, took a motor
trip to Burlington the last of the
Misses Edith and Edna Lang arc
in Burlington this week, and will at
tend the summer school at the Uni-versit-
George A. Burnham of the Agri
cultural School is in Rutland, where
he has charge of the musical depart
ment connected with the summer
school that is in session in that citv.
Mrs. Frank Pearl of Sheffield is in
town, and boardim' the men who arc
working for the Parker and Young
Company at the Folsom's Crossing
Mrs. W. A. Heath of Winter Hav
en, Florida, is here for a short time.
She has been in Newport with her
daughter, Mrs. Rex. Thomas, and
today goes to Wells River to meet
Mr. Heath, who is comin" for a visit
to old friends here. Their daugh
ter, Miss Jane Terrill, has already re
turned to her work in Bartow, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. G. Percv Grcenslade
and daughter were In Canada last
week, visiting friends in various
towns, and Mr. Greenslade's moth
er returned home with them for a
visit of several weeks.
John Webster has gone to Orleans
to visit friends for a time.
The Ludies' Auxiliary of St. Pe
ter's church will meet Wednesday af
ternoon of this week with Mrs. Dan
Miss Kate Smith, a former resident
who has been visititi" friends in town
for a few weeks, has returned to her
home i"i Boston.
Mrs. Edgar Brown has been on the
sick list, and confined to the bed for
nearly two weeks. She is now able to
be about, but is still verv poorlv.
The two brothers, John and Char
les WilloiiP'liby, and their wives, have
been spending a fpw days motoring
through different towns in Canada,
and visiting places where they had
F. B. Jacques has gone to Provi
dence, R. I., to attend the midsum
mer meeting of the New England
superintendents of the Metropolitan 1
Life Insurance Company.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Forrester of
j Culifornia have been in town. Mr
, , ,
rorrester it win De rcmemDereu at
tended Pcacham academy years ago.
The Boston Lyceum School Con
cert Co. will give an entertainment in
Academy Hall, Saturday evening,
July 17. This is a ladies' quartet
consisting of violin, cello, and piano
with leadings, etc., and comes very
highly recommended from places
where they have entertained.
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. E.xley and
daughter, Karlene, of West Burnet,
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Adams and Shir
ley Merchant, the Bandv brothers
with friends from Earnet and several
parties from .M.. Johnsbury and Banc
1 were at the I'jid.-ide, Sunday.
Maurice M-rer.iv has been visiting
his mother at .v onia. N. II. His
brother, Hoiv.or Morcncy cmic home
v. ri ri him.
Charlotte and Carolyn Moore have
gone to their father's, Ed. Moore's at
Pcacham Coiner for the summer.
Rev. Isaac Moore gave an into"
csting talk to the children on Sunday
July 11, it being Children's day
Jamc; Allen is working for Chen-
ter Sonicrs and William Allen
working for Edwin Harvey.
Mrs. Moses Edmunds of Concord,
N. H., is at Fred Taylor's.
Charlie Shepard of Springvale, Me
and Lewis Shepar-1 of Sanford, Mr,
visited their uncle, W. S. Sanborn
Mr. and Mrs. Nichel and daughter,
Marv Louise, and Mrs. Ensmin'cr of
Sanforr), Florida, are visitors at G.
A. Stoddard's. Mr. and Mrs. Elisha
Brown and two sons of St. Johnsbury
were also visitors there Sunday.
Miss Bernire Iilanchard has re
turned from Wilder bringing her lit
Mr. and Mrs. Hansen of Mt. Ver
non, N. Y., are boarding at Mary
Harrison McLaurrhlin has bought
the Methodist parsonage.
Mrs. Dugald Stewart who has been
ill for some time passed awav Friday.
The burial was Sundav afternoon.
Fred Goslant captured another
lake, trout at Caspian lake last week
weiirhing ten rounds.
Quite a number attended moving
pictures at St. Johnsburv Saturday
Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson are
doing their haying at their farm in
Norman Blair has been quite sick
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Foan of St.
Johnsbury were visitors' at Albert
Peak's part of last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Esden were
fit Thetford the last of the week. Mrs
Esden remained for a week.
Mrs. Liddle and two daughters of
Mclndoes viitod her father, Mr.
Guthrie, at. East Pcacham recently.
Monday after a visit to his mother.
Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Blanchard.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Carter and daugh-
ter of Tilton, N. H., Albert Carter
; and housekeeper and Mr. and Mrs.
v iilnm Hoyt and son of Lowell,
, Mass., arc in town to attend the re-
ncrhcntion of the church.
i George Blain returned to Tilton,
, N. H., Saturday after a week's vaca-
1 Mrs. Carrie Roy is visiting Mrs.
I Emma Hastie.
I Mrs. Lula Watson and daughter of
i Danville visited at Emma Mastic's
M". and Mrs. Frank Steele and
daughter of Manchester, N. H., and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Steele spent
the Fourth at Robert Steele's.
Mrs. Margaret Fitzgerald visited at
E. S. Manchester's Friday.
Miss Ruby Blain left Tuesday for
Auburndalc, Mass., for the summer
course in music.
Mr. and Mrs. Rov Warden, Mrs.
A. D. Warden and Mrs. George Blain
were in St. Johnsbury Friday.
Mrs. Dudlev Fitzgerald was in
St. Johnsbury, Thursday.
Harlcy Bushway has returned to
his home here after a visit in Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rov and fam
ily of Danville were at George Blain's
Miss Ethel Brown is working for
Mrs. Jennie Judkins.
The opening services of the church
began Sund- with communion of
this church joined by the Barnet Cen
ter church. In the evening a sacred
concert was held.
Mrs. Mianda Kinne of Barrc is vis
iting her brother, D. H. Morton for
Visitors in St. Johnsbury Tuesday
included Miss Genevieve Sargent,
Mrs. Thad Wheaton, Miss Pearl
Lunnie, Mrs. O. W. Baker, Mrs.
Mrs. Jennie Barnett has sold her
house to Thaddeus Wheaton.
Mrs. Charles May is visiting rela
tives in New York.
Miss Marion Hastings has gone to
St. Johnsbury where she has a posi
tion with the Cowlcs Co.
Haven Blodgett of North Straford,
N. II., and Mrs. Flora Baird of St.
Johnsbury were married at the home
of the bride's mother, Mrs. Jennie
Marrctt, Wednesday afternoon at
2.H0 by Rev. N. S. Hill only near rel
atives of the bride and groom being
present. After the ceremony lunch
was served by the bride's mother,
Mrs. Barnett. Mr. and Mrs. Blodgett
will reside at North Straford.
Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Richards, Mis
Grace Hutchins, Edith Bennett and
Harry Bennett were in Barre and
Mr, and Mrs. Freeman Allen and
family, Mrs. Eliza Allen and Mis3
Stella Allen of bt. Johnsbury Center
spent the day at Molly's Pond n Cab
Miss Elsis Snelling who has been
the guest ol Florence Clifford for the
past week has returned to her home
Mr. and Mrs. Bur! Langmaid and
Mi. and Mrs. Aitliur Emmons were
in Greensboro Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Wells of St.
Johnsbury were the guests of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Ranncy
Sunday and Monday.
Mi. and Mrs. Riva Bunker of
Lynn, Mass., are visiting at Frank
Mrs. Christine Townc of Danville
visited at Freeman Allen's, Wednes
day. Harry Daley of Boston who has
been visiting at B. A. Clifford's for
the past week returned to his home
Mrs. Eliza and Miss Stella Allen of
St. Johnsbury Center are the guests
of Mr. and Mrs. I. E. Allen.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gadapee spent
the fourth in Andover, Mass, with
their daughter, Jennie Gadapee.
Miss Ena Cross is working at Joe's
Pond in West Danville.
Miss Edith Clifford visited her
aunt, Mrs. C. C. Massey in St.
Johnsburv over Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Allen and fam
ily visited at Mrs. Eliza Allen's in St.
Johnsbury Center Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Porter of
West Burke are receiving congratula
tions upon the birth of a seven and
Mrs. Valmore LeBlanc.
E. C. Smith and W. E. Kendall
have gone to Skinner, Me., fishing
for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wood and'
daughter from Springfield, Mass., Mr.
and Mrs. Irving Tyler and son of
Littleton and Mr. and Mrs. Willie
Wood and son from Warren, N. H.,
are spending a few days with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. li. Wood.
Miss Anna Wick from Y'oungs
town, O., is visiting Mr. and Mrs.
Born at the Moore Sanitarium
Monday, July 12, a son to Mr. and
Mrs. Valmare Lo Blanc.
Henry Lanthier of Lowell, Mass.,
is visiting friends and relatives in
town for. a few days.
I. I). Partridge of Springfield,
Mass., has been visiliiv his sister,
Mrs. George C. Cary. Mr. Partridge,
Mrs. Cary and the children have
gone to Pcmaquid Beach, Me., where
they will spend a month at their
Heath MacDonald of Danville has
sold the Ainsworth farm to Byron
Mrs. George Gagnon has gone to
Island Pond for a few days to visit
Miss Madeline Randall went Satur
day to Rutland where she will teach
dramatic expression and folk dancin"
at the summer school of teachers.
Miss Ethel Perowno has returned
to her government position in Wash
ington after spending three weeks
at her St. Johnsbury home.
Bloonifield A. Palmer and son
spent Sunday with Mr. Palmer's nar
ents in Wilder.
Miss Maude H. Snrafue gave an
afternoon tea Monday in honor of
Mrs. Philip H. Stone of Pasadena,
Cal. Mrs. Margaret N. Heywood
and Miss C. H. Lincoln served in the
dining room assisted bv Miss Lillian
M. Pearl. About 30 ladies were pres
ent and a most delightful afternoon
Albert J. Blake has purchased of
B. W. Morrill his shoe store at the
corner of Railroad and Portland
streets and already taken possession.
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lcavitt of
Worcester, Mass., arc visiting Mr.
and Mrs. S. 1). Atwood and cordially
greeted bv their man- friends.
Dr. Fanny T. Carleton has re
turned from Chicago where she at
tended the national convention of
Mrs. B. A. Palmer and daughter,
spent Sunday with friends in Morris
villc. Miss Mildred Smith is spending
two weeks among her friends in Wor
cester and Boston.
George Wheeler, Harrv Wheeler
and Charles Bonnett attended the
ball game at Sherbrooko Saturday.
Stanley F. Garfield is spending two
weeks at Abcnakis Springs, P. Q.
Mr. and Mrs. Omer Duval are
leaving tonight for a two weeks' va
cation. They will visit Montreal and
from there take the boat to Nicolct
to visit Mr. Duval's birthplace. From
there they go to St. Anne Beaupcre.
Charles Prevost will assist in the
market during Mr. Duvul's absence.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Powell of
Springfield, Mass., have been visiting
his brother, A. E. Powell and his sis
ter, Mrs. J. E. Drown. This was Mr.
Powell's first visit to his old home
town in 15 vcars.
Mrs. John Coombs of Sherbrooko,
Que., celebrated her 69th birthday at
the home of her son, William
Coombs, Monday evening. Among
those present were John Coombs and
family and Archie Campbell and
family. Mrs. Coombs received a sum
of money as a birthday gift. Refresh
ments were served and a very delight
ful evening passed by all nresent.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lafoe of
West Charleston, Mrs. Orrilla Savers
of East Concord, Mrs. Gertrude Car
penter and Miss Josephine Carpenter
of Lunenburg, A. E. Greenwood of
Hartford, Ct.. were recent visitors at
the home of J. E. Greenwood on Oak
Mr. and Mrs. 3. E. Greenwood,
who have been ill for the past two
weeks with the gri - are better. They
are under the care of Dr. Fitch.
Mrs. George Ingraham of Lvndon
Center has been visiting Mrs. W. S.
Marten a few days.
Miss Mary B. Shorey attended the
funeral of her cousin, Mrs. George
Shorey, at Lyndonville, Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Nourse and
Mrs. Ida Nourse of Providence, are
visiting Mrs. Charles Bennett.
A large number of friends entered
the home of Beinice Matthews to
celebrate her l'.)th birthday Saturday
evening. Cako and coffee were served.
Dr. Frank M. Walsh anil family
leave tonight for a two weeks' stay
in Atlantic City.
Raymond Spaulding of Morriville
is spending a few days with his cou
sin, Dwight Smith on Deer avenue.
Miss Josephine Grace of Omaha is
the guest of her cousin, Miss Marv
W. S. Jeffers of Lyndonville was a
business visitor to St. Johnsbury
Israel Cohen and J. S. Rosenberg
of Burlington were in town Tuesday
and returned to the Queen City with
a new Packard car which the pur
chased of the C. H. Goss Co.
Mrs. Jesse Allen and daughter,
Evelyn, of Hartford, Conn., have re
turned home after sncrdniy a week
with Mi. and Mrs. W. E. Bailey.
Mrs. V. R. Weed, who has been
away the past five weeks visitimr rel
atives and friends at Andover, N. II.,
and Bane, returned home Saturday.
Mrs. Lenora Lane and daughter,
Rita of Orleans are visiting Air. and
Mrs. Luther Brown.
Col. Charles W. Ruiter :i'id family
have taken a cottage at Joo's Pond
for a couide of weeks.
Fred W. Kellev has return"! from
Chicago where he attended the na
tional gathering of the Elks.
Claude Roundy, who has been vis
iting friends in town for a few days
has returned to Boston.
Mr. and Mrs. Hem Rolcim are
spending two weeks at their cottage
at Caspian Lake.
Mrs. Hattie Wagner toured from
North Adams, Mass., through the
White Mountains Tuesday and on
We want young men to learn the various trades
in this plant, good pay while learning.
We also want following tradesmen:
Electricians i Pattern Maker
Metal Pattern Makers Drop Forgers
We can also use several women on light assembl
ing and machine work.
E. & T. Fairbanks & Co.
St. Johnsbury, Vermont
You Can Get Good Accommodations at the
LAKE SHORE HOUSE
by the day or week.
Garage Connections and Livery
Also Boats to Let
One of our many hundreds of satisfied customers
says about our .
Dry Cleaning and
Sanitary Steam Pressing j
Dear Mr. Brown: I
A mighty good job it was and the H. C. of L.
doesn't appear in the price. Thank you. f
Danville, Vt., July 7, 1920. f
If you want the highest class work done at fairll
prices patronize us.
G. E. Brown
109 Eastern Avenue, St. Johnsbury, Vermont
her way home called on her sister,
Mrs. Elsie M. Harvey, and niece, Mrs
H. E. Balch. On her return trip to
North Adams she was accompanied
bv her two nieces, Mrs. Grace Wil-
kie and Miss Ethel Hayes.
Henry Byron of Cliff Street, the
oldest employee at the E. & T. Fair
banks factory, sustained an injury
to his back at the plant Tuesday
when he was struck by an ice cake
which fell from above him, striking
him a glancing blow as he stood on
a laddei. Ho was hurried to his
home and it was found that no bones
were broken. His man- friends are
glad to know that he escaped scvera
C. E. Kirk has sold a four tene
ment house on Marion avenue to T)n
gco & Son.
Mr. and Mrs John Raile- of A
CliiT, P. Q., and Miss Nellie
Miss Mae Bailey of Walerville '
Sunday visitors at the homes
George and Harr- Webster. Mr.
Mrs. R. E. Webster and Mr. M
ensie from Northfield were also
the party. Mrs. Mackensie, who
been visiting here several weeks
turned with them.
Norris I). Blake and wife
gone to their canin "Lincoln Lo
at Lake Eden for n few days.
The St. Johnsbury band will
their twice postponed concert ot
Railroad street park this cveniiv
The case set for trial in muni
court today against the man prii
for disturbance of the peace in
of St. Johnsbury's barber shops
recent Sunday, was postponed
cause of the difficulty of securin
West Danville, Vermont M