Hartland News, Vermont Tribune, September 13, 1889

Many of the young people are away at school.  A. C. STEVENS, Mary  STEVENS, and Gertie SMITH at Montpelier;  Katie AINSWORTH at St. Johnsbury;  Ida METZ at Orford, N. H.;  Florence STURTEVANT at Hartford, Conn.

Miss Hortense CLEVELAND is teaching in the Jenne district;  Miss Winnie BARNES, a graduate of the high school at White River Junction, in the Burke district;  Daniel LYMAN in Felchville;  Miss Lena CLOUGH of White River Junction in the village school.  The school-house has  been newly whitewashed and papered and otherwise improved.

Will M. PENNIMAN left town, last week, to enter Dartmouth College.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred CLARKE left town, Monday, for York Beach in Maine. They intend to be absent several weeks.

Solomon LADD and wife, of Lowell, Mass., have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. N. F. ENGLISH.

M. R. HEADLE of Middletown Springs and Will HEADLE of Rutland are guests of their father, R. W. HEADLE.

George SPAULDING comes to the front seat with tomatoes, having one raised in his garden that weighs two pounds and measures seventeen inches round it.

Mrs. E. H. PITKIN died very suddenly, Friday night, being sick only fifteen miuntes.  Heart disease supposed to be the cause.

Transcribed by Ruth Barton

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