Vol. II, No. 39
Mrs. Henry Anderson of Exeter and Miss Anderson of Bath, Me. were calling on friends.
Mrs. E. Warren Lane and Mrs. Curtis spent Wednesday and Thursday in Boston shopping.
Miss Lillian DeMerritt of Newmarket, a young lady whom Mr. Phillips baptized and took into the church during his pastorate at Newmarket came to Hampton early Saturday morning and visited at the Free Baptist parsonage until Sunday evening.
Percy Blake and Miss Frances Nudd, students in Durham College spent Sunday with their parents in town.
The senior class of Hampton academy will hold it first social party in Academy hall, on Friday October 28. A fine program will be presented followed by the usual social time. Ice cream, cake and candy will be for sale. Admission, 15 cents; children 10 cents.
The Rev. D. H. Adams has been confined to his room and much of the time to his bed since Tuesday Sept. 20th, by illness. His many friends hope for his recovery.
Amos Leavitt, wife and son were guests of his brother Irving Leavitt at the "Willows," North Beach on Sunday.
Hazen Randall has taken a foreman's job on a large building at Portsmouth navy yard.
Mr. Burrell of Melrose has bought the Dr. Tucker cottage on the North shore road.
The adjourned meeting of the Congregational Church will be held in the chapel of said church next Sunday, October 2 immediately after the forenoon service. -- J.A. Ross, Chairman
Next Wednesday at Newburyport, George H. Plumer is going to have an unusual sale of blankets at a saving of 50c and $1.00 a pair. The reason is they are subject to some mill spots, nothing to hurt the wear. No duplicates at the prices.
The first meeting of the Monday club will be held on Monday, Oct. 3 with Mrs. Hugh Brown.
William T. Ross was in Durham on Monday on business.
Alonzo Blake is quite ill, being attended by Dr. Smith.
Miss Eugenia Locke is spending the week with her mother, Mrs. Augustus Locke.
A large number of ladies, members of the Congregational Missionary society, attended the county meeting in North Hampton on Wednesday.
Mrs. Richards of Watertown, Mass., who has been spending two months with Miss Clara Powers, returned to her home on Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Ross spent Monday night and Tuesday in Boston.
Miss Boardman, who has been boarding with Mrs. Berry, has gone to live with Mrs. Glidden for the winter.
The many friends of Mrs. George Payson Rowell will be glad to welcome her to town. Mrs. Rowell, with little daughter Virginia and mother, Mrs. Rough, are guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. John Cutler.
Rev. and Mrs. Edgar Warren and little son, Donald, returned to Hampton on Wednesday, driving over from Atkinson and being the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard G. Lane Wednesday night.
At the Free Baptist church next Sunday the pastor, Rev. W. Lincoln Phillips, will preach from the theme, "Life's Greatest Contest." The choir will sing a select anthem, which is a fresh setting of a familiar and favorite text. Sunday school at the close of the morning service. Choir rehearsal directly at the close of the Sunday school. Praise, prayer and testimony service at 7 o'clock. Subject, "The Greatest Thief in the World," There will be special music. Mid week prayer meeting Thursday evening at 7:20. A cordial invitation is extended to all who can attend these services. The vacation season is now over and we should get down to work again.
Mrs. Elizabeth Berry went to Chelsea on Monday to visit her sister Mrs. John Nutter. On Tuesday she attended the funeral of her husband's most intimate friend in Boston.
The Gust Rockingham Ministers' association met at the Free Baptist vestry last Monday afternoon. There were present Revs. J.A. Ross, William Rand, W.J. Wilkins, B.F. Perkins, W. Lincoln Phillips and Rev. Roscoe Sanderson, D.D. of Salisbury, Mass. Dr. Sanderson read an excellent sermon on paper. This was his theme "Behold I Show You a Mystery," 1 Cor. 15:51. It was voted to hold a social meeting at the same place the last Monday of October the 31st.
Unusual Blanket Sale at 50c to $1.00 less than usual prices. Reason is they are subject to slight mill spots, nothing to hurt the wear. Opens Wednesday. No duplicates at the price. At George H. Plumers, Newburyport.
The marriage of Miss Gladys Lawson Young and Mr. James Dana Loring Janvrin was solemnized in the Baptist parsonage in Hampton Falls on Saturday, Sept.24, at 10:30 a.m. This occasion was doubly joyous to Mr. Janvrin as he celebrated his birthday at the same time. Miss Young was gowned in a beautiful dress of champagne broadcloth with hat and gloves to match, and looked very charming. The bridal couple was escorted by Mr. Randall Young brother of the bride, and Miss Elvena Hanson, Miss Young's dearest friend. Miss Hanson was gowned in blue, with all the accessories to correspond. The groom and his best man wore the conventional wedding suits. After the wedding ceremony the wedding party was taken in an automobile to Mr. Janvrin's where a wedding breakfast was served. Later the party went to Newburyport, Mass., where they found a party of Hampton friends awaiting them and who showered them with confetti and good wishes, assuring Mr. Jarvrin that in the lottery of marriage he had won the capital prize. After a wedding tour in New York City and vicinity Mr. and Mrs. Janvrin will return to Hampton Falls where they will reside.