Hartland News, June 9, 1933

HARTLAND, VT.

Correspondent, Miss Florence H. Sturtevant.

Miss Bertha Mower injured her thumb recently, when a butcher knife fell and cut it.

Miss Wilma Emery is in Everett, Mass. She returned with her uncle, Dr. Fred Richmond and family, who were here over the week-end.

Rehearsals are being held Monday nights by the choir, in preparation for a concert to be given sometime in July. The weekly Thursday night choir practice is also being held.

Mrs. Mildred Andrew has been appointed local correspondent for the Woodstock Standard, in place of Mrs. Louise R. Sturtevant who died last week, and who had held the position for more than 35 years.

The primary school, with the teacher, Miss Merriam, had a picnic at the Rockwood farm yesterday afternoon.
Miss Clarice Gilpin returned from Middlebury college Wednesday.

Howard Emery has been quite sick with summer grip.

Date: June 9 1933;   Newspaper published in: Rutland,Vt.

Source: Rutland library microfilm

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