The Caledonian-Record from St. Johnsbury, Vermont on August 2, 1922 · 6
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The Caledonian-Record from St. Johnsbury, Vermont · 6

St. Johnsbury, Vermont
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Wednesday, August 2, 1922
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rAUtt MA CAlJGDOiSlAN-KECOKD, WDXSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1M2 Mclndoe Falls ONLY FOUR WEEKS AWAY ' ' TIE mm AT by rs7g Wfc REMEMBER THE DATES Tuesday, August 29, Wednesday, August 30, Thursday, August 31 -1 .-.'; :Vt Rising from the ruins of the disastrous fire of last year is a Mammoth Grand Stand, and Floral Hall which will house the Great Caledonia County Fair this year. Fifiy new stables have been built for the finest race horses ever gathered for a Northern Vermont county fair. A new feature of the Fair will be the new Industrial exhibition building. ftp Ip THREE BIG: DAYS Tuesday, Aug. 29, Dedication Day" There is a great surprise d you in the fine new building which will be a feature . of this year's fair. A new grand stand has been raised on the site of the old one. It is a large, substantial structure and will house the attractions of Floral Hall. The new stand will seat over 2,000 people in comfort. The new stables to accommodate 50 horses are complete. Wednesday, Aug. 30, '"Race and Exhibition Day" ; One of the features of this year's fair will be the horse racing. In addition to the big trotting and pacing events will be a stable of Kentucky Thoroughbred saddle horses which will take part in running races each day. This is a new and thrilling feature of the fair. Then comes an exhibition by the world champion American Dog Team of Arthur Walden which won the 125-mile running classic last winter at Berlin, N. H. Thursday, Aug. 31, "Grange Day" This day will be given over to the greatest gathering of Grangers ever known in the state. The Grangers will have entire charge of the day's event. There will be a grand parade of Horribles, Horse Races, Exhibition by the Norths eastern Vermont Granges, exhibition by Degree teams, and addresses by the National and State presidents of the Grange. Grangers from far and near will make this a special day. . " ' v ' ;,":;. DON'T FORGET THE NEW FAIR DATES Tuesday, Mg. I S Wednesday: Aug. 30 Tliorsdav, Jug. 3 1 Plan Your Vacation and Your Fall Excursion so as to take in the CALEDOMBA COUNTY FAIR THIS YEAR Admission Price Same As last Year, 50c For The Big Shew President, HARRY H. CARR X, Secretary, FRED S. HARRIMAN, Summer St. Treasurer, CHARLES G. BRALEY, Boynton Ave. All of St. Johnsbury Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rogers Celebrate Their Golden Wedding .Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Rogers celebrated their golden wedding anniversary July 25. After - the lecture in the Chautauqua tent an informal reception was given them. Rev. C. B. Bliss congratulated them and presented a bouquet of flowers. M. C. Rogers and Miss Laura Jane Chamberlain of McInW were married in the Congregational church parsonage at Mcln-does, July 25, 1872 by Rev. Levi Rogers of Creenwich. Conn., brother of the groom. For several years they lived in New Bedford, Mass., where Mr. Rogers was principar in the grammar school. About 20 years ago they came to Mclndoes to live. Mr. Endress, the Chautauqua manager said, "We have had weddings in the Chautauqua tent, br.t never a golden wedding before this". To this Mr. Rogers replied, ""You may have a golden wedding, young man, if you live ng enough." The great "vent of Chautauqua week was the trip to Japan, personally conducted by Miss Hetty June Runaway, in her charming impersonation, "of "The Lady of the Decoration". Who could imagine that between the covers of the tiny book that had. been dramatized was so much humor and pathos and wit and wisdom as was portrayed on the stage iii music and costume, the spokea word and gesture?- Miss Dun-away presented a finished production, assisted by Miss Buckley, cornt-tist, delightfully attractive and cherubic, and Miss Buck, an accomplished pianist. Monday afternoon Miss Bake:' assisted by Miss Buckley and Miss Kuck gave a charming en-I tertaiwnent, the "Animated Poll" ' and "Cynthia and Reubwn an'l I many other charming and pleas-! ing numbers in costume were giv-I en. The Chautauqua entertain-jments were considered more pleas-' inr and delightful than last year. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hartwell f Lyndonville and Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Guthrie and Miss Violet Guih-rie motored to Harvey's Lake Wednesday. The committee are busy arranging for the celebration of Old Home Day. It is hoped that Rev. Paul Dwight Moody, president of Middlebury College, can give the address, with a play or farce by local talent in the evening. Principal George Miller and Mrs. Miller and son of Peacham were in town Monday to attend Chautauqua. - ' Miss Muriel Darling of Peacham has been the guest of Miss Vera Chase. , . f Miss Isabel Nelson of North Monroe was the guest last week of Miss Edith Thurston. Mrs. Egbert Kendall of East Barnet was the guest of Mrs. R. A, Kendnll Tuesday. Miss McRae of Inverness, P. Q. is the guest of her sister, . Mrs. Carroll Chase. Rev. and Mrs. F. II. Laird and Mrs. Burgess of " West Barnet were guests at W. M. Phelps' Tuesday. ' Ask us about the flour the best cooks use. Chase Bros. Advertisement. , ftORE MONEY and a BETTER POSITION Qualify as an automobile expert in our complete day and evening courses. Thorough instruction for Owners, Chauffeurs, Salesmen and Repairmen, covering operation, upkeep anti-repair of pleasure cars and trucks. Special Courses in Acetylene Welding, Starting, Lighting, Ignition, and Battery Repair Courses lasting from 4 to 20 weeks Daily 9 to 4, except Saturdays and Sundays ' t. Evenings 7 lo 9 K: . Classes in all Courses start every four weeks beginning June 19 Oldest Automobile School in America Over 20,000 Graduates Complete, modern equipment ; expert teacfi-ers; individual instruction. We wiil locate 9 good boarding and rooming place for you. 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Trucks South Ryegate Miss Dora Parquiiarson and Walter Myers of Boston were quietly married at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the "home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Farquharson, Only a few friends and relatives attended. Mr. and Mrs. Myers left Saturday; night for Saranac Lake, N. Y. Marion McLane of Topsham is spending some time with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mc-Lam. ' About a dozen of the friends of Miss Gladys Stearns called on her at the home of her brother Friday evening. The evening was spent very pleasantly and refreshments were served. Alex Barton, Sr., has returned home from York beach. Mr. and Mrs. D. .M. McKinley are entertaining ;his brother and his wife from California. M. F. Sargent, who has been ill for some time, remains about the same. Quite a few from this town attended the funeral of .Samuel Tucker at Boltonville Monday. Dr. J. T. McCory, probably the ablest evangelist of the . United Presbyterian denomination will begin a series of meetings Aug 2nd which will be held every night for a week. 1 Miss Elizabeth Hall of Minnea polis . arrived. Monday night to spend a few weeks with her sisters, Misses Mabel and Marion Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Elden Grierson and daughter and Morris Perry of Bar-re were Styiday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. G. K. MacDonald spent the week end in Passumpsic. Peacham ' Death of Henry A. Lawrence; . Was Native of England Henry A. Lawrence died at the home of Albert Peak in East Peacham, Tuesday afternoon, July 25. He was the son of Pulciebella and Thomas Lawrence and was born August 24, 1940 in Isle-worth, near London, England. When a young lad he came to Canada ana later enlisted in 1862 in the Civil War, serving three years, where he was -.honorably discharged. He was married to Mary Jano Griifin of Hatley, Que., Feb. 24, 18C9, at Sherbrooke, Que. by the Rev. Joseph Evans. Seven children were born tp them, two of whom are now living, Mrs. J. W. Hunter of Middleton, Mass., and Mrs. Charles Harvey of East Peacham, and these grandchildren: Lou, Eva and Rita Harvey and Mary Sylvia Hunter. The funeral service was held in the vestry of the Congregational church- at Peacham, Thursday at. 3 p. m., the Rev. Wilmond Warner officiating. - Relatives from out of town to attend the service were Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Fancher of Middle-ton, Mass.,' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bates of St. Johnsbury and Albert j Griffin of Laconia, N. H. j Th Congregational church aid will have a ale of fancy and useful articles on the afternoon and evening of Aug. 11. There will be a tea ropm and booths, al so an entertainment in the even ing with music and a reader. ' ' The Sunday school 'contest for best attendance led by ; Gordon Welch and Marion Craig ended in victory for the former and on Thursday evening, Miss Craig's side entertained ' the . Sunday school at Burns" Abbott's with a liiwn party. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Barber, two children, and mother, Mrs.. Jennie Clifford of Brattleboro, are guests at Mrs. Laura Palmer's. . Mrs. Harrison McLaughlin entertained the Birthday club Sunday evening, July 30, it being her birthday. Two kinds of candy was the treat, and a social hour was enjoyed. Mrs. Jennie Miller of St. Johnsbury is stopping in the ' . Lydia Strobridge house. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gracey and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hobart were at Malletts Bay, Lake Champlain last week. ." " . ,' Mr. and Mrs. Russell and fam ily of Springfield were at Hill crest Lodge the week end. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lovejoy and family of .Roxbury, Mass., ars in town. Mr. and Mrs. George Chamberlain, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Bolton and Mrs. Mabel Howe attended the funeral of the baby of Mr. and Mrs. Brewsier Hatch at West Danville Wednesday. Mrs. DwiVht. Stnrtdnrrl visited in St. Johnsbury and Mclndoes last Mr. and Mr3. .Frank Dow o? Greensboro were visitors , at, George Smith's1 Sunday. Frank Renfrew of Manchester was a .recent guest at Anna Renfrew's " Almon "Thorn of 'Boston is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Thorn. . ; The Peacham Entertainment Association is planning to give a play "Deacon Tubby" during Old Home Week. - . THE FisJs Cord h giving more value in service this year than was ever put into a tire of any kind before. The buying public knows it, too for, even though the Fisk factory, working at capacity, is bending every possible effort to build them, it has had difficulty in keeping up with the demand. Before you buy any other tire, compare it with a Fisk Cord the tire whose distinctive extra quality you can see and feel, weigh and measure at the time you buy. There's a Fisk Tire of extra value in every size, for car, truck or speed wagvn rfTll Time to Re-tire? In IwJiVj

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