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Rutland Daily Herald
Rutland Daily Herald
Contributed by Joan H. Bixby

Description: Castleton News.

Date: January 17 1916

Newspaper published in: Rutland, Vt.

Source: Rutland library

Castleton.

The Shakespeare club will meet Wednesday evening with Mrs. Rufus
Prescott.

Dr. E. R. Clark, Rev. G. E. Robbins, Floyd Denton, Howard D. Bull,
Howard Robinson and Raymond Fish attended the Boys' Conference in
Rutland Friday evening and Saturday.

Mrs. B. C. Guilder is confined to the house by illness.

Miss Christine Boyd spent Sunday with friends in Poultney.

(Mrs. Griffith L. Roberts died at her home south of the village Saturday
morning at 4 o'clock. She is survived by six children, Griffith Roberts
and Mrs. Jay Woodbury of Castleton, David Roberts of Poultney and John
Roberts, Mrs. Will Dockum and Mrs. Charles Dockum of Fair Haven. The
funeral will be held at the home this afternoon at 2 o'clock.)

Miss Edna Brown spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Smith D. Scribner of
North Britain.

Grand Officers Installed.

The installation of Bomoseen grange officers was held Friday evening.
District Deputy Adams of West Haven was installing officer. The
following officers were elected: Master, Charles Brough;
overseer, Thomas Burke;
lecturer, Mrs. W. D. Bull;
steward, Raymond Smith;
assistant steward, John Humphrey;
chaplain, Mrs. Charles Sheltus;
treasurer, Mrs. Minnie Seward;
secretary, Mrs. L. N. Benedict;
Flora, Mrs. Patrick Dunn;
Ceres, Miss Harriet McCarthy;
Pomona, Mrs. Thomas Burke;
gatekeeper, Charles Woodbury, jr.;
lady assistant steward, Mrs. Raymond Smith. At the close of the
installation exercises an oyster supper was served.

Submitted: 10/04/13

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