Hartland News, Vermont Tribune, December 21, 1888

A class in French has been organized in this village, with Hugo CARY as instructor.

Arthur ALEXANDER is back again in his old place in E. M. RUSSELL’s wheel-wright-shop.

Mrs. Lewis ROGERS died, last week, and was buried Sunday, in the Plain Cemetery, beside her husband, who died last May.

Mrs. J. B. LINDSAY has sold her place on the Plain to Lawyer HOLT of Claremont, N. H. Fred McLAUGHLIN is to occupy the house.

Mrs. Henry T. MARSH of Woodstock is spending the winter with her daughter, Mrs. A. A. STURTEVANT.

About forty of the young folks held a party with Fred A. DUNDAR (DUNBAR?), Wednesday of last week.

Old Mr. WILLIAMSON, living on the Plain, is very ill, with no hopes of recovery.

Mrs. Olive GOVE died last Saturday morning, and was buried this (Tuesday) afternoon, Rev. C. M. CARPENTER officiating.

Charles E. FOLLANSBEE has been visiting friends in town, for a few days. He is employed in the insane asylum in Somerville, Mass.

Mrs. C. TRUAX has gone to East St. Johnsbury to care for a sick sister, who is considered hopelessly insane.

Norman PERRY has entered into a business arrangement with Gen. Henry A. FARRINGTON of Manchester, N. H. which necessitates his removal from this village. His wife, Mrs. Dr. PERRY, will accompany him.

Oliver SMITH is again on the street, after being laid up for several weeks, caused by a fall from a tree, while picking apples.

Transcribed by Ruth Barton

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