The Hamptons Union, March 3, 1910
Vol. II, No. 9
Mr. and Mrs. Howard G. Lane delightfully entertained a party of ladies and gentlemen at dinner on Friday evening.
Mrs. W. H. Glidden, who for the past four or five weeks has been living with Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Perkins, has returned to her home opposite the postoffice.
Mrs. Sarah J. Mason is staying with her daughter, Mrs. W. J. Prescott, of Hampton Falls.
Mr. and Mrs. Otis H. Marston have as guests, their grandchildren, John and Ella of Lynn, Mass. Charles O. Marston, who is office secretary of Lynn Y. M. C. A., was here for Sunday.
Those who wish for something green, should visit Mr. Gline's hot houses. He has cucumbers, radishes and beet greens in plenty.
The Q & Q whist club held a very enjoyable meeting with five tables at Mrs. John Cutler's Sea View House last Saturday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. D. A. Munsey, M. W. Littlefield and Walter A. Scott. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess.
Master Linsley Munsey of Lynn is spending a few days at the beach with his uncle, D. A. Munsey.
Warren Drew spent Saturday in Rochester, N.H.
Mrs. D. A. Munsey spent a few days in Lowell last week.
The Q & Q whist club will meet next Saturday evening with Mrs. D. A. Munsey.
Miss Ethel Nudd is visiting in Lowell for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. Fleming and daughter of Boston were guests at Cutler's Sea View last week.
Mrs. Henry G. Boynton has been staying a few days with her friend, Mrs. Nellie Akerman, who has been one of the shut-ins for the past three months.
Henry G. Boynton with the United Shoe Machinery Co. of the Marlboro, Mass. office was in town over Sunday coming here from Hartford, Conn., visiting Mrs. A. J. Towle of Lafayette road.
The Republican voters of the town of Hampton are requested to meet in the town hall, Monday night, March 7, at 7:30 o'clock, to nominate candidates for town officer to be supported at the annual town meeting on March 8, 1910. Also to transact any other business that may legally come before the caucus.
The Democratic voters of the town of Hampton are requested to meet in the town hall, Saturday night, March 5, at 7:30 o'clock to nominate candidates for town officers to be supported at the annual town meeting on March 8, 1910. Also to transact any other business that may legally come before the caucus.
State of New Hampshire, Rockingham SS: To the legal voters of the First Baptist society in the town of Hampton in said county of Rockingham. You are hereby notified to meet in the vestry of the Free Baptist meetinghouse on Monday the seventh day of March, next, at one o'clock in the afternoon to attend to the annual business meeting of the church and society, and to attend to any business that may legally come before it. Let there be a goodly number present.
At the Free Baptist church next Sunday morning at 10:30, the Rev. W. Lincoln Phillips will preach from the Theme, "The Empty Place at the Master's Table." This subject leads up to the Communion Service. The chorus choir will sing. The ladies' choir will sing a selection entitled "The Homeland of Heaven." The Sacrament of the Lord's supper will be administered at the close of the morning service. All persons presenting a Christian character have a right to partake of the emblems regardless of denomination or creed. Come in and you will be welcome. The Sunday school will meet at the close of the Communion service. Arrangements are being made for an Easter school. Choir rehearsal at the close of the Sunday school. At 6:30, there will be a special service; Subject, "Some Good Rules for Daily Living." The church orchestra will play a selection which will be followed by a stirring praise service. Come in and help us make these services spiritual and helpful. Let there be liberty. If there are those around who are waiting for an invitation and have no particular church home, you will be welcome at these services at the Free Baptist church.
With light and comfort from above;
Be thou our guardian, thou our guide
O'er every thought and step preside."
The annual town reports are being distributed among the tax payers this week. The book contains eighty-four pages and cover. On the last page of the latter is an index to contents, a new, but very useful feature.
The Womans' Missionary Society of the Congregational church met Wednesday afternoon, at the chapel. Mrs. Keene was the leader, and the subject was "Foreign Missions in France." There was the usual attendance.
A good house was present at the drama, "Brother Josiah," given for the benefit of the Men's League in the town hall last Friday night. The drama was well presented.
The snow has disappeared very rapidly during the fore part of this week, and the sleighing for the season is practically over.
A daughter was born this (Thursday) morning to Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Wood of Maplehurst.
The annual school district meeting will be held in the town hall on Thursday afternoon, March 17, at 2 o'clock. The warrant contains eleven articles, the first four for the choosing of necessary officers for the district; Article 5 asks for $800 for the support of the Academy; Articles 6, 7 and 8 relate to the raising of money for school supplies and repairs; article 9 to hear the reports of the school board, treasurer and auditors; article 10 to see if any action will be taken authorizing the forming of a supervising district, the employment of a superintendent and to raise money to carry the same into effect; article 11 to pass any other vote or voters that may legally come before the meeting.