The Caledonian-Record from St. Johnsbury, Vermont on April 2, 1936 · 5
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I ' V CA LEDO N I AN-RECORI) THURSDAY APRIL 2 1936 PAGE FIVE ARE YOU A BUSINESS MAN?? No matter where you live — Woodsville to Derby l ine — we believe it would pay you to get the details about this truck For appearance economy and future service we ask you to check this model with others at the price 1934 DODGE PANEL— 1 TON Fairbrother Auto Service Inc Tel 271-W Coventry St B U R N S Lasl Times Today Ruby Keeler Hick Powell “COLLEEN” Friday Warner (Hand in “Charlie Chan At The Circus” BORDER THEATRE TODAY AND TOMORROW ‘ The Milky Way” Harold Lloyd Adolphe Menjou Selected Cc neilies and News Newport Locals Thrifties redeemable in cash next Christmas — Advt Mr and Mrs Lem Blodgett of Montreal opened their summer fiome at Farrant’s Point on Tuesday Mr and Mrs W A Turner pent Sunday in South Newpoit vith Mrs Lena Wright and Miss liurner will leave soon lot iNew fork city where she will spend faster with her sister Carroli Huntington is moving back to the “Huntington” which pas been closed during the winter nonths and Mr and Mrs Huntington made their winter home in he city George Cook Sias avenue is Ible to be out after a week’s ill-ess Mr and Mrs Charles Muir of Iiurlington visited their daugh-er Mrs James Emmons and her usband Dr Emmons on Sunday Mrs 0 H Brown has returned (com Dorchester Mass after pending two weeks with her aughtcrc Mrs Aca Thayer and liss Beta Brown and on account t tne flood returned via the way f the Rutland railroad to Mon-leal and arrived home over the anad'an Pacific irom tneie on ve and one half hours over regia' train time The water in the Clyde river nd Lake Meinphremagog is re-beding rapidly with this cold icll and much of the city park-ay is again above water Mucli the filL was washed out but a Kiol foundation is left I here will be an annual meet-ig of the Newport Fire Depart ent tonight Albert Brown Jr a student at mwich Unviersity is visiting s grandmother Mrs George yman Colfax street Kay P Skinner assumed his jties as postmaster of the New-irt post oil ice Wednesday April it On account of an unfilled icancy in the list of clerks Mr uzzell received the appointment clerk He will continue to be member of the force necessary handle the large volume of bsiness done here It requires a rce of twenty-one which in-uding clerks carriers and jani-rs carries a monthly payroll of 000 Reginald W Buzzed reived the appointment of post-aster under President Coolidge id rounded out a twelve year ry satisfactory term on April Fred Gibson a plumber cm-oyed for many years by Ernest a i tin of Newport was placed ider arrest Tuesday afternoon arch 31st charged with setting c to the house of Don C Green Clyde street on the morning March 20th He was arranged I county couit March ::lst and is Id for this term of county court rich has recessed to April 20th give time to impanel a jury and held for trial under bail of BOO Hllard Calkins of Morgan is arding at Walter Hinman’s Mr mid Mrs Willard Galkins ll open his old home plpfee jit organ beilch to tourists this bn 'I hey are installing a new fetric pump and new bath tub 1 r and M rs A 1 Forand f Jei a Cl n p () were g uest oti ednesdai of Mr and Mis John Iapman and Mr and Mrs Guy anman Hiss Faith Grosman of Hill N is visiting Mr and Mrs Jolm apman art oil Bishop of Derby spent week-end with Martin White Mi" I oiiio w hite from Go i d Junior Collegi ir spending Easter vacation with her par-s Mr and Mrs Clifton 'N litc ills Tom LaHlane and Roburt o recovered from the grip diss llariette K lwtor l tlami has been chosen for the i( ion of acting County Club Hi fm Orleans county and I ume the duties of Miss Flora eoutts during her eight months’ of absence I Tafts Transpoitetioii Company Spring sulci:' uie in receipt ('f eistae Commerce Commi- ion I Tariff No 35 and rules governing I tonnage carried while the frost is going out and the roads are soft On April 1st their Vermont license fees on twelve trucks was $1700 On one of their trucks and a trailer the license fee was $239-20 and none less than $100 New Hampshire and Maine are about the same While in Massachusetts it requires a permit only Mrs Harold Crandali has beer substituting in the 6th grade for Mrs Frank Patterson who was called to Bellows Falls by the illness of her father A C Titus Newark N J owner of a summer cottage at The Bluffs Indian Point is spending some time here Miss Hetty Edw’ards commenced work on Wednesday at the Montgomery and Ward store Mrs Bertha Hancock has moved from the Drown house on West Main street to a tenement on Scott avenue Mr and Mrs Maurice Alexander and son will occupy one of the Bonneau apartments on Pleasant street Mr and Mrs Charles Merritt moved Wednesday into an apartment in the Newport Trucking Co building on Coventry street Mrs Walter Crosier and her mother Mrs Jennette Crawford 48 Concord avenue have recovered from the grin and Mrs Crawford has returned to her apartment 25 Concord avenue W S Bickford is in Hardwick for a few days Mis Cora Squires Clyde St is very much better after her long illress and is able to be about her home again L J Needleman left Monday night on a business trip tc New York City Mrs Morin and daughter who spent the winter in one of Mrs Minnie Flint’s apartments on North Ave have returned to their home on the Derby Road Mr and Mrs Lyman Ilazelton are moving into Mrs Flint’s apartment on North Ave vacated by Mrs Morin Mrs Harold W McFarlin and son Richard Hubert McFarlin are both getting along- nicely at the Orleans County Hospital Robeit Lee and Alton Hitchcock left Monday for Boston on a short business trip’ Orleans County Red Cross quota of $1200 is over subscribed with some towns not yet reported to 1 B Bly Orleans County Chapter treasurer who reports $148482 in the treasury April 1st Newport City subscribed $44791 with a house to house canvas in progress and from the following towns: Derby Line $35825 Barton $145-50 North Troy $15860 Orleans 24120 $ Craftsbury $50 Irasburg $45 Westfield $2125 Lowell $1711 Derby Center reported $185 to Waterbury and in addition the towns of Glovei Greensboro and Brownington have contributed but the amounts arc not available There figures show the county quota alicady passed with funds still coming in Mrs J M Bradley left Wednesday for Boston to bring home her daughter Miss Genevieve Prouty a student at Garland College iioslon who will spend her ten days Easter vacation with her parents Mayor and Mrs J M Biadley Mis Chatles Taylor accompanied her on the trip Orleans Fred Scott and son Gordon of Detroit Mich came Saturday to spend a few days with his parents Mr and Mrs B A Scott They j made the trip by motor and started back on Wednesday morning Mr and Mrs Will E Tripp and son Ralph of St Johnsbury were visitors in town Saturday Mr and Mrs Henry Smith are working for Mr and Mrs Allen Nelson in Albany Miss Frances Austin of Lasell Junior College Auburndale Mass is spending her vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs A O Austin Mrs Mildred Powers is having three weeks' vacation from her teaching duties in Irasburg Mrs Mildred Moore is working for Mrs Roger Burton Mr and Mrs Haiold Gallup of Newport N II spent the weekend with relatives in town Mrs Pearl Keeler has been ill with grippe and Mrs Susie Baldwin ot Irasburg has been assisting in the home Miss Augusta Palmer has been ill with grippe Miss Marjorie Bassett came from Lasell Junior College Auburndale Mass to spend her vacation with her mother Mrs Inez Bassett Malcolm Gross returned to Mid-dlebury College Monday after spending his vacation with his grandmother Mrs Jennie Gross The Senior class enjoyed a paity Monday evening at the home of one of the members Miss Clara Dutton in Irasburg in celebration Of her birthday Mrs Annie Adams who has been with her mother Mrs Russell in Cabot through the winter and has also been staying with her daughter Mrs F S Reed in St Johnsbury is spending the week with Mrs Sadie Domina On account of the death of Mrs Shannon William H Shannon of West Charleston has come to make is home with his daughter Mrs Silas Davis on the Heath farm Dwight Dwinell motored to Boston Friday last week to spend a few days before going to his work in Hartford Conn Miss Marion Lacoss of Brownington is working for Mrs A L Loukes Miss Mildred Hay spent the week-end with friends in Derby Clifton Moore is being employed on a gypsy moth project and has been in the vicinity of Glover The March committee the Lake Road Mrs Alice Corliss and son Myron of Newark are spending a few days at her old home with Alston and Helen Ham Lois Ham is having a vacation from her school and is at home for a few days Mrs Nettie Cole of Newark is helping Mrs H C Page The family of Fred Litt'e hasl been quite sick with the distemper Mr and Mrs Ray Smith am! daughter visited his mother in East Burke Sunday Mrs Kitt Nichols and Mrs Ros-coe Littel attended the funeral ol Mrs Jennie Lang at Lyndonville Friday Mr and Mrs Floyd Davis and daughter Janet of St Johnsbury spent the week-end with her parents Mr and Mrs Hoel Baird Mr and Mrs Lawrence Pau-quette of Gilman spent Sunday at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Oscar Larabee Mrs Roscoe Littel and mother Mrs Nichols were in St Johnsbury Thursday on business Mrs Sherman Devereaux and daughter came home with them for a short visit Woman’s Alliance serve a sugai supper at the Congregational church dining room on Friday at six o’clock Mrs Pearl Swanson is having a vacation from her teaching duties in the North School in Browning-ton A O Austin was a week-end visitor in Boston Mass Mrs Wallace Keirn who has been in Brightlook hospital St Johnsbury has returned home Mr and Mrs R W Schoppe and daughter Brenda spent tne week-end in St Johnsbury A young ladies class has been organized in the Congregational Sunday school with Mrs Frances Butt as teacher A social evening was spent at the home of Miss Geraldine Stoddard Wednesday evening last week with 20 attending Rev H G Vincent of Barton gave a fine message at the union Lenten service held in the Congregational church Sunday evening Special music was the Voluntary and Offertory by H It Domina! cornet H C Potter clarinet and Mrs Domina at the organ and an anthem “Nearer My God To Thee” by the choir A special collection was taken Sunday morning at the Methodist church for churches damaged by the recent flood in New England This was done at the request of the Bishop Mr and Mrs I) S Bray an spending a few days in Haverhjll Mass Mrs Lyman Cole went Tuesday to Haverhill Mass to visit relatives Mrs Carl Colby is caring for Mrs E O Dodge who is quite ill F J Kinney chairman of the local Red Cross reports $24120 le - ceived for flood relief work No special solicitation was made the j above amount has been voluntarily donated j tending to business and visiting i in town Mr and Mrs Mazzini Phillips were hosts to the mid-week study and prayer circle of the community church when the topic was “Wiial Is Christian Salvation?” Mrs Joseph Christie assistant director will hold choir rehearsal at her home Friday at 8 P M Mrs Christie Mrs Minnie Phillips and Rev Donald Howard sang at the passion Sunday service Glover’s Little Women 4-H club met with Charlotte Walcott Mar 25 All members the leader and countv club agent Flora Coutts of Newport whose coming pleased the club very mucli attended Miss Coutts demonstrated putting on and cutting out patterns Refreshments were served by the hostess as she had not entertained before The next meeting will be at the home of the leader Mrs Phyllis Howard April 11 at 2 P M Mrs Ilattic McDuffce has been taking a complete rest during her vacation from teaching duties at her rooms with Mrs Amy Bean M W Clark has been assisting A A Elliott and RD Merriam in sugaring Robot t Clark resumed his work in Dale Walcott’s slore last week although not cured of his painful illness vet Albert Merriam has been confined to his bed with grippe over a week but is gaining Marguerite Bean is vacationing from her U V M duties with i her parents Mr and Mrs Sai l ! Bean Sam Atherton has returned to : Randolph Centre to finish his agricultural studies in which his professors report him proficient The Busy Farmers 4-H eluO had a field trip to the Thompson ium-berlot Thursday morning when Hon Willard Leonard and Owen Bickford were hosts to the forestry boys At the community church Palm Sunday service Mrs Josephine Christie will be in charge of music j again and Rev 1) B Howard will ! preach on “The Fulfilling Christ 5 Make Us A King” Mrs Milton Lyman entertained the home demonstration group j in the Lyman sugar camp Wednesday Five dollars was received in the community church offering for churches in the New England flooded area Sunday The pastor or A D Merriam will gladly forward any more gifts to time time-i ly benevolence Many friends stopped in to see Mrs Emma Christie Sunday af- ternoon the occasion being her birthday Barton Harry Scott is having the mumps the last one of Albert Seott’s children having mumps this winter LeRoy Tibbetts has so far recovered from having Lobar pneumonia to return to school Monday Miss Ruth Barron is “house fellow” assistant to house mother (a woman neaily 60 years of age) at Red-stone dormitory for girls attending U V M at Burlington Mrs Fred Ingalls is slowly recovering from a severe sickness of “purpura” caused by a rheumatic trouble Mr and Mrs F E Nelson of Pike N H oarne Friday March 27 to visit relatives and friends Mr Nelson will return Wednesday accompanied by Mis Marion Nelson who will spend some time with her daughter Mrs Mabel Morrill Mrs Nelson plans to spend a few weeks with Mrs Leon Kennerson in East Albany Miss Althea Norris has completed her duti s for Mrs T C Harrington and now Miss Helen Lewis is the house maid Everett Clifford and Ralph Leonard Jr are home from U V M enjoying the Easter vacation The Woman’s Missionary Society of the Congregational church met in the parlor Tuesday afternoon Mrs Jennie Ryan was the leader Topic— News From Our southern Schools An attendance of 14 Miss Eniilv Ooodfeilow is hav ing a three weeks’ vacation from her school work in the Bundy district in Sutton She will spend most of her vacation with her parents Mr and Mrs George Good-feliow on Burton hill Oscar Lvn moved his family Wednesday from the Stiles house into the Wilson house on High street recently vacated by Mr and Mrs W B Edwards who have moved to Dr Buck’s former home in Glover village Mrs Kate Libby mother of Mrs Pcrley Chappell died early Tuesday morning at the home of her daughter on Elm street after a lingering illness of several years She formerly lived in Burke but has lived with her daughter nearly 20 years came to Barton with them in 1920 and was nearly 85 years of age The funeral will beheld at the Chappell home Thurs dav afternoon at 2 o’clock with the Rev H G Vincent officiating The burial will be in the family lot in Burke Arrangements mark by Curtis of New’port Mrs Lib-bey leaves besides her daughter Mrs Chappel two sons Clayton Libby of Lyndonville and Eugene Libby of Boston Mrs Libby was a home lover industrious and active in many ways while her strength permitted Although in failing health for a long time she has been tenderly cared for by her loved ones Mr ard Mrs G II Natole were in Woodsville Sunday and were guests of her brother Dr and irs 11 R Clark at the hotel where they were foitunats to get accommodations when they were obliged to leave their home in a bout after water surrounded the house and came nearly to the first floor They were able to return to their home Sundav evening Word has been received that Mrs Abbie Boutwell of Dowling Park Florida has suffered a relapse Mrs Boutwell has many friends here who have much sympathy for her Mrs Annie Pearson has been confined to her home with the grip- Wallace Foss’ grip developed into a case of mumps Georgia City Swept By Tornado — ( Dead (CONTINUED FROM PAGE ONE) Salem Derby Mr and Mrs Lawrence Moey-kins (Pine Hill) visited at Mr and Mrs Harry Martin’s in Newport Center over the week-end Mr and Mrs Will Buck (Pine Hill) gave a sugar party Thursday afternoon which was greatly enjoyed by Mrs Blanche Pond Mrs Edna Mclver Mrs George Bosley and Mrs Florence Kidder Friends here were very sorry to hear of the death of Fred Gilbert which occurred last Thursday in West Charleston after two days illness He was stage driver and went on his route Tuesday Mr Gilbert married Rose Nichols and sympathy is expressed for her and their children Derby IJerbv Line and the surrounding farm communities have raised $550 flood funds to be distributed by the Red Cross All available a ml ulrree and hearses were pressed into service to care for the dead and injured at Cordele Physicians said “about 50 were injured” To the east business buildings and homes were damaged by a storm at the village of Vidalia The Cordele dispatch reporting an area of about eight blocks devastated in that city said the death toll might exceed twenty CLUBS & SOCIALS St Andrews Auxiliary Has Lenten Week Meeting The Woman’s Auxiliary of St Andrew’s church met Friday afternoon for the weekly Lenten meeting It was voted to send a sum of money to the Red Cross for flood relief A bulletin from the president of the Church Periodical club was read by Mrs Claude Arnold After the usual routine of business Mrs Clara Blodgett as leader read chapters from the history of the church whie the ladies sewed on articles for the missionary box Refreshments of sandwiches cookies and tea wore served by Mrs Robert Fisk Mrs Maurice Tull and Mrs Batch The subiect for this week’s study class will be “The Text Book of the Church” PROTEST NUDITY ST PETERSBURG Fia Apri 2 '’D — Despite piotests by church officals St Petersburg was all in a diiher today over the prospect that nude art models would he main attractions in the tomorrow’s festival of among tin parade of the states Parade Chairman William T Davis former inspector of New Yotk police lias resolutely declined to sav ves no or maybe in reply to church resolutions hut an examination of the official list of floats showed such entries as “Lml Godiia on a Sea Horse" had not hern scratched Glover Mrs Paul Parker was taken to Brightlook hospital St Johnsbury Friday afternoon where she is le ported gaining fiom he influenza attack Mrs J B Renahan and (laugh ters and Mr Marsh of Littleton N H arc visiting their sistei and daughter Mrs Burleigh Shelburne on the Sheffield Heights road Alice Elliott of Morgan play el the organ for the community church service Sunday while visiting at the home of Mrs Mazzin Phillips over the week end Mrs Minnie Peck entertained the village Christmas club at the community chuich vestry Tuesday A A Elliott was taken to Mary Fletcher hospital Burlington SoJ urday morning for observation Mrs Carl Goss has been nil Mrs Jasper Donn is not gaining as fast from her illness as her friends wish Roy Sherburne spent his spring recess from Dartmouth college with his parents Mr and Mrs li R Sherburne Mrs Dora Elliott spent the last of the week with her son Verton Amie Blodgett is not as well as usual and lias been having the help of Mrs Alma Chapman again Mrs Chapman has not been quite as well herself Mr and Mis Malcolm Clark huve been bark from Barton ut- Ndwport Center Mr and Mrs Raymond Farrar j visited her parents Mr and Mrs Archie Lawson in Westfield Monday Mr and Mrs Marvin Bowen of Newport called on Mrs Hattie Wheeler Monday evening Charles Young had the misfortune to step in a hole causing the li act uie of two libs Will Bickford of Boston who was formerly of North noy years ago was a caller her Wednesday in the interest of the Bait 'ation Armv drive for the flood relief Mrs A J Wilcox entertained the Mission Circie Wednesday P M The youngest child of Herman Lavoie is ill with measles The quarantine lias been lifted from the homer of Carroll Rodins Mrs Lalimc was called to the home of her daughter Mrs Bou-let in Newpoit by the illness of her daughter Mrs A J Wilcox visited her daughter Mrs Lucia Hancock in Newport recently I he Loyal Wmkers he’d then Friday evening meeting with Mrs Annie Smith Mrs William Wilcox accompanied Mr Wilcox on j tr p to Boston the past week Mrs Annie Clark is visiting in Evansville for two weeks Mr and Mrs Russell Parke and Mr and Mrs Lawrence Fwombly attended the funeral of their uncle Charles Twombly at Derby Line Robert Kennison of St Johnsbury Center and Don and It us Whipple of Rutland recently vis iled at H M Doane’s Mrs George Armstrong and daughter Esther and Millie Wilson of North Troy visited their sister and brother Jennie and Albert Ilorskins a few days the p st veck and at H C Wheeler’s over the week-end Mr and Mrs H M Doane and nieces Donna and Leah Whipple and Miss Iris Wheeler visited Mrs Moyd Kennison and family at St Johnsbury Center Thursday and Friday Ralph Bartlett and Miss Marion Briggs and Kermet Dugan of U V M Burlington are at home for a few days’ vacation Mis Warren Armstrong was called to Newport by the mne-ss C Mrs George Niles ' Mrs Leo Wi ley and little son of Troy were guess ot lieu patents ivn and Mrs Charles La-cros3 and grandmother Mrs Oda rizzel! a few days returning home Tuesday Mr and Mrs Robert I aialee of W cst Burke iccently visited Mr and Mrs L G Peabody Mrs Gately of Mansoiiviile is visiting her daughter Mrs La-verne Matten and her sister Mrs I Hattie Regan RECOVER COTTON LOWELL Mass April 2 Ll’l-Rcpresehtatives of the Atnoi keag Manufacturing Company of Man-Chester N II came here today iit earcli of 71) bales of cotton wash’d awav ill the flood and located between 40 and 45 of them Twelve bales were salvaged this morning and it was expected at least 30 more would be salvaged before darkness EASTER Calls for Dresses Suits and Coats of Elegance and Splendor SUITS 1625 1 ’25 That the well dressed wo-I nan will like to wear Swag-'gey Casual and Tailored Colors are Saxon Blue Heather Tan Vionnet Coral Brown Navy and Grey All Sizes 12 to 44 OTHER SUITS $1075 and $1275 $ COATS 16 to Choice of Smooth or Nub-by Fabrics Checks Plaids and Stripes Swagger or Fitted Styles — Various Lengths Selection of Navy Grey Toast-Brown New Blues Oatmeal and Oxfords All Excellently Tailored OTHER ( OATS $1075 to $5950 DRESSES s 122 In the Pretty New Prints and Plain Shades — Jacket Suits Redingote Gibson Girl Influence in Many Frocks with Puffed Sleeves There are a great many smart details OTHER DRESSES PRICED AS LOW AS $095 HATS For A SMART EASTER litliJx ‘A’itj We suggest one of the smart “Stetson” Felt for a pei'fect suit hat Grey Navy Black Brown 55’ to J7 50 In Straws we have Margot Flemish Toreador Turban and Gibson Girl Sailor Sizes 21'o to 24 s2— to s8 50 ACCESSORIES GLOVES French Kid Capeskin Doeskin Pigskin and The New’ Silks and Fabrics $100 to $350 SCARFS There are Ascots Triangles in Prints and Plain Colors $100 to $198 HANDBAGS The bag you carry lends tone to your ensemble — We are showing the Newest Styles and Leathers HOSIERY The correct shade of Hosiery is important in your Easter ensemble Chiffon and Service Weight 79c— $100— $125 THE GREY SHOPPE

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