The Caledonian-Record from St. Johnsbury, Vermont on August 18, 1938 · 5
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The Caledonian-Record from St. Johnsbury, Vermont · 5

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Thursday, August 18, 1938
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CALEDONIAN-RECORD THURSDAY AUGUST 18 1938 PAGE FIV® 3 SHOWS DAILY BURNS 2 730 930 D S T TODAY & FRIDAY IN BEAUTIFUL NEW TECHNICOLOR " ADVENTURES OF ROBIN HOOD" ERROL FLYNN OLIVIA DE HAVILAN1) BURNS A FREE PASS To "ROBIN HOOD" IF You're A Good Archer Each Pa'tron Who Attends “Robin Hood” Thurs or Fri -will be loaned a bow and one arrow If he or she hits the bulls eye — a free pass is his BORDER THEATRE TODAY "WIVES UNDER SUSPICION" Warren William Gail Patrick Ralph Morgan Universal News With Corrigan In Ireland & The King & Queen’s Visit In Paris Chum Nite 20c Each Person FRIDAY AUGUST 19 "STORM IN A TEACUP" Vivien Leigh Rex Harrison News of Corrigan King & Queen’s visit to Paris Oswald Cartoon “MECHANICAL HANDY MAN” Newport Locals Charles Buckland was a visitor Monday in Burlington at the home of his sister Mrs Elizabeth Beaupre Mr and Mrs T W Canning and Ernest Kimball of Island Pond were recent visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs Madison Bisbee Beebe Road Mr and Mrs Charles Richard of Schenectady will arrive this week-end to spend two weeks’ vacation in the city visiting at the homes of their mothers Mis Margaret Scott and Mrs E L Richard Mr and Mrs Kenneth Coan have returned from a motor trip to Gloucester Boston and other cities in Massachusetts Mrs Henry Blanchard and Mrs J W Henley were callers at the home of relatives in Derby the first of the week Mr and Mrs Gordon Mooney visited relatives in Rich ford on Tuesday and Wednesday Nathan P- Foster left Wednesday morning on another extended walking trip He was obliged to abandon such a trip during the month of July when he injured his knee He plans to go to Windsor and to travel in a northerly direction endeavoring to cover the trip made famous by the early Roger’s Rangers He plans this trip for the combined purpose of a walk natural history observations and to learn about Vermont while afoot The manager Charles Post and employees of the local M H Fishman store enjoyed an outing and weenie roast on Tuesday evening at Pageant Park in Barton In the early evening several enjoyed swimming in the lake while others played ball The evening was a perfect one for a get-to-gether and social time that was enjoyed by all Mrs Emma Mindt who has been visiting the past week at the home of Mr and Mrs W f F Cooley Spring street plans to: return to her home in Pembrooke N H either today or tom tow Mis Batchelar of Braintree Mass is spending ten days in the city at the home of Mr and Mrs Arthur Buckland Broadview Avenue Mr and Mrs E L Morrill of St Johnsbury Center were visitors on Tuesday at the home of Mr and Mrs M- J Bisbee Mr and Mrs Sherman Weaver Mrs William Crees and Mrs L E- Folsom enjoyed a motor trip Sunday to the Balsams Berlin and Lancaster N H Week-end guests at the home of Mr and Mis Arthur Buckland Broadview Avenue were Mrs Jessie Stanley and Miss Flora Stanley of St Johnsbury Miss Bessie Cole and friend of Sherbrooke Mrs Folsom of Burlington Miss Robinson of Lynn Mass and Herbeit McCutcheon and Arthur Hard of Barnston Que Newport Locals Miss Muriel Hardy is enjoying a vacation this week from her work in Montpelier Miss Shirley Turner begins tomorrow a two weeks’ vacation from her work in the office of the local Montgomery Ward store Mrs Don Burdick has returned from Boston where she has been attending summer school at Boston University J J Craft of Keyser Falls Me was a recent visitor at the home of his son Noble Craft and sister Mrs John Brigham Cross street Among those from here who weio in Middlebury on Wednesday to attend the state 4-H Homemaking Day were County 4-H Club Agent George A Earl Jr and Marguerite Ellsworth who had part in the food judging Dr Howard Slack of Burlington visited fiiends and relatives in the city the past week-end Mr and Mrs A Kullman and daughter Doris and Mr and Mrs Sam Johnson of Beebe spent the day Sunday at Elligo Pond Their daughter Gloria Kullman who has been spending some time in Barre and at Elligo Pond returned home with them on Sunday Wendell Ialime who has been a patient at the Orleans County Memorial Hospital the past week with a badly infected leg was discharged from that institution on Wednesday Mr and Mrs Delvica Dallnire Bay View Avenue arc the parents of a son weighing six pounds and twelve ounces born at the Orleans County Memorial Hospital on Wednesday morning Henry Guyette begins a two weeks’ vacation from his duties on the Immigration staff in the federal building tomorrow and will spend tbs time at his home in St Albans Mrs Robert Sherman accompanied by Miss Mary Nolan of Barre are spending a few days in Boston Mr and Mrs Gerald Smith are the parents of a daughter born at the Orleans County Memorial Hospital Wednesday morning and weighing seven and three-quarteVs pounds Miss Barbara Lawson of New York City is spending her vacation of two weeks in the city visiting her parent? Mr and Mrs P W Lawson Pleasant street- Miss Beverley Gardner who has been visiting in Derby at the home of Mi and Mrs Stanley Hammond has returned home The We Knit Club was entertained last evening at the home of Mrs Cecile Guilbert Prospect street Mrs John Gokey Glen Road PICKWICK ALE Men who know Ale set PICKWICK as the standard o f what an Ale should be! ON DRAUGHT POINT TO THE TAP IN BOTTLES 12 OUNCE and FULL QUARTS a l Brewed by HAFFENR6FFER Boston Moss BREWERS SINCE 1370 DISTRIBUTOR ORLEANS CANDY CO Main Street Newport Vermont visited at the home of Mrs Walter Norris in Barton on Sunday Mrs Zena Gagnon has moved from Main street into an apartment in the Joyal house on Field Avenue Mrs Helen Harvey Miss Theda Kimball and Mrs James Mayne and daughter of Boston were callers at the home of Mr and Mrs N T- Scott on Tuesday Miss Priscilla Merchant has returned to her home in Wells River after spending a few days at the home of Mr and Mrs Carroll Hinman Mr and Mrs Alfred Provencher of Barton were visitors of Mrs John Gokey Glen Road on Tuesday Miss Madeline Talbot is enjoying a two days’ vacation from her work in the Montgomery Ward store and is spending the time at her home in Glover Mrs John Rocque was a visitor the first of the week at the home of Mrs Minnie Bolton in North Troy Miss Beatrice Kendrew is enjoying a vacation of two weeks from her work in the office of E A Scott- Mrs Dean Gauche and Miss Pearl Hinman of Wells River were callers on Tuesday at the home of Mr and Mrs Carrol! Hinman Mrs Jeannette Clifford resumed work in the office of the Montgomery Ward store on Wednesday after enjoying a week’s vacation Mr and Mrs R L Talbot Mr and Mrs Leon Talbot and son and Russell Parker were visitors at the home of W E Foss in Barton on Sunday Miss Veleda Blay visited in Derby on Sunday at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Albert Pat-enaude Mrs Antoinette Menard will have a day off from her work at the Montgomeiy Ward store tomorrow and plans to spend the day at her hme in Barton and also to attend Barton Fair Mrs Fred Perry visited at the home of her daughter Mrs Madeline Squires in Barton on Sunday Joseph Zanfagna of Pittsburg N H spent yesterday in the city with Mrs Zanfaigna at their home in the Flint Apartments North Avenue Miss Alice House Mrs- Minnie Flint Mrs Justice and Mrs Robert Montgomery spent the day Wednesday in Burlington Leslie McKenzie of Montpelier visited Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs E E Revoir and Mrs McKenzie and two children who have been visiting at the Revoir home returned home with him Robert Ireland is assisting at the Memphremagog Press Miss Rae Sessions daughter of Mr and Mrs Ralph Sessions is suffering from a badly burned arm obtained when she fell against r stove Mr and Mrs Allan Hovpy of Palmer Mass are visiting thfe week at the home of Mr Hoves sister and brother-in-law Mr and Mrs Earl Perrier Eastern Avenue The many friends of Mrs Kate Bailey of High water who recently was a patient in a Montreal Hospital were pleased to see jier in the city on Wednesday when she was a caller at the City Beauty Shop Roland Rogers left Tuesday for New York City after visiting at the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Andrew Rogers Highland Avenue Robert and Leslie Wright of Warien Ohio have been visiting at the home of their uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Benjamin Wright South Avenue Miss Evangeline Rushlow left Tuesday evening to visit relatives in Hudson Mass- where she will spend one week Mrs Lydia Goodwin and daughter Lucille visited in Orleans on Sunday at the home of relatives Mrs P J Fuchs who has been visiting the past two weeks at the home of her daugter and son-in-law Mr and Mrs Noel DeMont-igny Fern street returned to her home in Montreal Wednesday afternoon Miss Eleanor Taylor returned to her home in Hartford Conn Tuesday evening after visiting at the home of her sister Mrs Elmer Humphrey Robert Rickaby of Los Angeles who has been visiting his parentg Mr and Mrs Ernest Rickaby ami his sister Mrs Allie Fuller in Derby the past week plans to leave for his home on Saturday Mr and Mrs Harold Coburn of Newport Center visited in the city on Tuesday and were callers at the home of her sister Mrs Maxwell Baton Victor Loudfoot accompanied by his mother Mrs Loretta Loudfoot and his sister plan to visit Miss Margaret Blodgett in Pitts-ford on Sunday Alphonse Asselin is enjoying a vacation from his duties as manager at the State Liquor Store and with Mis Asselin and Mr and Mrs Ed Hart and two children of St- Johnsbury ate in camp at Lake Seymour Mrs Raymond Maxfield still remains ill at her home on Bay street Mis Claude Brook? is visiting her sister in Shawinigan Fails Mrs Rose Decoteau accompanied by her daughter and son-in-law Mr and Mrs Harold Lahue of Barton were recent week-end visitors at Sto Anne de Beaupie Mrs Rose Sawyer and son Harley former residents of the city now residing in Providence are visiting friends here this week Miss Theresa Lamothe was a recent visitor of her cousin Miss Laurette Collette in Barton Mrs J Olivier and two daughters of Montreal are visiting this week at the home of Mrs Olivier's brother and sister-in-law Mr and Mrs Leo Camirand Bay View i Avenue - Newport Center Mrs Jennie Wuhl of Barton visited Mrs Nettie Morse Wednesday and Thursday Will Place has returned home from Hardwick where he visited his daughter Mrs Johnathan Hardy and his sister Mr and Mrs Homer Griggs in Walden Mr3 Lucia Hancock has employment in a hotel at Barton A birthday party was held at the home of Mrs Eloisc Coolbeth by the Mission Society Wednesday the 10th A lunch was served on the lawn at noon time Mr and Mrs William Lawson and Mrs C W Morse visited their daughter and son Mr and Mrs M S Morse and family in Coventry Sunday P M Mr and Mrs Charles Rollins Mrs Ellen Martin and Eben Coolbeth were guests of their brother Albert Coolbeth ami Mrs Coolbeth Sunday Mrs Benson entertained the Jr S S class at the Advent parsonage Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Carl Phipps of of Berlin Mass were guests of Rev Miss Etta Gifford the past week returning home Saturday Sunday evening Mr and Mrs G C Bartlett Mrs Elsie Kinnie and daughters Rachel and Joyce Mrs Alda Spaulding and Rev Miss Gifford attended the pageant at Derby church which was presented by ladies from Holland Mrs Millie Wilson returned from a week’s visit in Franklin Saturday and is now visiting Mrs B C Wheeler Ralph Bartlett Iris Wheeler and Mrs Glen Bosley returned from summer school Burlington Saturday Mrs Bosley was a guest of Miss Wheeler Saturday Mr and Mrs Reginald Bradford accompanied by her pwents Mr and Mrs W A Dailey visited Mrs Dailey’s sister and husband in Vale Perkins Sunday Mrs Cort Sherman and son of Quincy Mass and Mrs Bernice Tracy of North Troy were dinner guests of Mrs B P Wilcox and called on Mrs Nettie Morse and Mrs A F Iawson Mrs Bert Bavlger and daughter Gladys of Chicago and Mrs Blake visited Mrs Nettie Morse one day the past week Mrs Badger and daughter returned to Burlington Tuesday P M Rev Ralph Bensons mother and Mrs Benson’s sister have returned to their home in Boston Supt and Mrs O L Duuan and son Leland started for Ohio last Wednesday to visit relatives Jenas Blake has traded his farm with Mrs Charles Rogers for her farm known as the Herrick farm Romeo Quintin of Maine recently visited his parents Mr and Mrs Theodore Quintin Mr and Mrs Forrest Dow recently visited his brother Harold Dow and family Mrs Dwight Page and little daughter are visiting relatives in Boston Mrs E A Corrow visited her grandchildren Mr- and Mrs Eugene Simino at Derby Line last Thursday Ross Whipple was operated on for appendicitis at the O C M Hospital Newport Thursday night Mr and Mrs L G Peabody Mrs Hattie Larabee and Mrs E B Dickinson motored to Norwich to visit Oscar Larabee and family Saturday Mrs E B Dickinson was a guest of her sister Mrs L G Peabody last Thursday L G Peabody motored to’ Burlington Thursday with Mrs Harley Eastman and daughter Pearl Pearl was operated on for appendicitis Westmore Early Fall Fashions To Bolster Lagging Summer Spirits COLORS — Black of course is a strong first closely followed by Teal Blue Rural Autumn Plum Vintage Wine Green and Copper All featuring soft tones FASHION POINTS feature the soft bodice draped from the shoulder shirring to a roll beneath the bust line — touches of glitter and gleam It’s definitely a dress-up fall FABRICS — Velvets for dress-up again — Wools stronger than ever— Crepes with a matelasse effect — Ribbed Rayon Sheers Alpacas and Rabbit’s Hair 795 MILLINERY — More pert than ever with felts in Brown Black and Navy The much talked about small Doll Hats feather trims ribbon bows and quill An early assortment — mostly at 298 OTHERS AT 198 ANI) 398 BERRY BALL Newport Locals Mr and Mrs Guy Sheldon of Famham are visiting for a few days at the home of his parents j Mr and Mrs John Sheldon Prospect street James Stewart of Chicago is the guest of Miss Katheryn Jarvis J at the home of her parents Mr j and Mrs C E Jarvis Second street Mrs C T Bean who has been ill at her home on Eastern Avenue remains about the same Harold Knowles of Wollaston Mass has come to spend his vacation with his family at Willoughby Farm Mr and Mrs F L Fish of Belmont Mass were recent visitors of her mother Mrs Harriet Myers and daughter Loisann Fish Mr and Mrs B E Savage and children returned to their home in Newport after two weeks with her father M E Calkins Mrs Myrtle Anderson visited her son and family in Glover Sunday Mr and Mrs Fred Tatro and son of St Johnsbury Mrs Dora Mailloux and son Lewis Mrs Fred I’rue and daughter Elaine of Newport were recent visitors at the home of Mr and Mrs J A Tatro Mr and Mrs Fred Marshall and daughters of St Johnsbury were Sunday guests of her father M E Calkins Mrs C H Shover has returned home from Burlington hospital and is improving Raymond Hardy of Richmond Que is visiting his cousins Mr and Mrs Charles Cole The Art Show exhibit was held at the Community House Friday and Saturday and was open Sunday p m Miss Mildred Lockerman from Montezuma Ga Rebecca Kirk Peach Batton Pa Mr and Mrs C Harvey Bayre and daughter Barbara Jane of Newark Del are stopping at Mrs Anna Justis’ cottage M E Calkins Elson and son Norman Calkins visited at B E Savages’s in Newport Wednesday Miss orothy Calkins who has been spending a few days in St Johnsbury and Newport with her sister’s Mrs Marshall and Mrs Savage went to New York Thursday to visit friends before returning to her duties at the Deaconness Hospital Boston The cafeteria supper at the Community House Thursday night was well patronized and a nice sum was added to the church treasury A tourist car left the road Saturday night jumping the Myer’s brook and turning over barely escaping Loisanne Fish who was in the yard Fortunately no one was seriously hurt but shocked The car was somewhat damaged LAKE ROAD Mr and Mrs Olin Allard and I family spent Friday at Echo j Lake with his relatives from Rhode Island Mass and Orleans1 Vt Mrs Rosa Hafrtwell of Lyndon Center spent several days last week with her brother and wife j Mr and Mrs Henry Page Bruce Nott and Mr and Mrs Ray Smith visited Mr and Mrs j George Travor and Mr and Mrs 1 Ernest Bradley at Mansonville i Que last Sunday Miss Alice McFarland is en-1 joying an auto trip with her j friend Miss Thelma Bundy and j father Byron Bundy They ex- pect to he gone two weeks or I more and will visit Quebec New York and Penn Alston Ham attended Danville j Fair last Wednesday Raymond Choquette and friend I Miss Cia'ir Sonlier of Orleans I Mr and Mrs Roland Demands of Barton were Sunday visitors I of Mr and Mrs Leonard Menard A Quebec car containing five i ladies tried to make the turn in the Lake Road by Guy Brickey’s j Saturday morning at too fast speed and lost control of their i car and after see sawing across the road several times climbed the bank and rolled back into the road bottom side up For- j tunatcly no one was seriously j hurt HELP KIDNEYS PASS 3 LBS A DAY Doctor any your kidneys contain 15 mile jf tiny tubes or tiller which help to purify the olood nnd keep you healthy Moat people pass bout 3 pint a day or about 3 pound of waste Frequent or scanty passage with smarting and burning show there may be something wrong with your kidneys or bladder n eicesa of arid or poisons in your blood I when due to functionnl kidney disorder may j be the cause of nagging backache rheuniatio j pains leg pains loss of pep and energy getting up nights swelling puffinee undei the eye headaches and diliines Don’t wait! you r druggist for Doan's j Tills used successfully by millions for over 40 years They give happy relief and will help th 15 mdas of kidnev tubes Hush out poisonous ! vasts from your blood Oat Doan's PUia FREE FREE 6 TUBE RADIO New Montgomery Ward Airline 6-tube electric radio automatic tuning Cathode ray tuning eye full range tone control and all the new added 1939 features This Will Be Given Away At The Orleans County Fair Visit our display at Floral Hall and our representative will tell you how you can win this radio absolutely free and with no obligation A Preview of The 1939 AIRLINE RADIO Will Be Given At The Fairgrounds Also included in our display are Refrigerators Washers Ironers Stoves Coal and Oil Heaters and the new "Pyrofax" operated bottled gas stoves Montgomery Ward & Co 64 Main St Tel 431 Newport Vt I

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