Green Mountain, March 22,  — Mrs Clyde Farnham, Billy Farnham, and Miss Gertrude Atkinson, Milltown, were calling at Mr and Mrs Earle Atkinson's on Sunday.
Laurel Higgs who has been a patient in Moncton Public Hospital where he underwent an operation arrived home Saturday.
Mrs Amos Palmer, Baillie, N.B., who has been spending some time with Mrs Laurel Higgs and family, returned to her home on Sunday.
Mr and Mrs Frank Worrell and family, Baillie, N.B., Mr and Mrs John Higgs, Pemberton Ridge, were at Mr and Mrs Laurel Higgs on Sunday.
Miss Molly Clark, Debec, was overnight guest at Mrs Elias Foster's on Saturday.
Mr and Mrs Suther O'Regan and family, East Florenceville, spent Sunday with Mrs O'Regan's parents, Mr and Mrs Fred Wood.
Perry McFawn, Taymouth, is visiting his sister, Mrs Arlie Boone, and Mr Boone.
Mr and Mrs Fred Boone entertained at their home on Wednesday evening with a shower for their niece, Miss Doris Wood, and Lewis Farrell, in honor of their approaching marriage. They were the recipients of many nice gifts for which they fittingly expressed their thanks. Refreshments and cakes were served.
The March meeting of the W.M.S met at Mrs Alton Wood's on Thursday evening.
Miss Ardis Boone, East Florenceville, spent Sunday last with her parents, Mr and Mrs Clarence Boone.
Mr and Mrs Robert Farrell were calling on Mr and Mrs Vernon Patterson, Forest City, on Friday evening.
Mrs Charles Fish spent a few days last week with her daughter, Mrs Leslie Boone, Pemberton Ridge.
Forest City Girl Hurt In Shooting
Woodstock  — A 16-year-old Forest City girl, Carol Ann Graham, is reported in critical condition in the Carleton Memorial Hospital here where she underwent surgery for a bullet wound in the stomach.
Forest City is approximately 51 miles from Woodstock.
The girl, a daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Graham, was brought to hospital by ambulance Tuesday afternoon after she was found in her home shot through the stomach. She was alone at the time.
Her mother was shopping in Woodstock at the time and her father, a truck driver, was on his way to New York.
The girl was discovered by Dana Boone, 20, when he called at the home.
Dr. E.J. Lydic of Forest City, Me., was called to treat her at the scene. An ambulance was called and she was taken to the hospital. Members of the Woodstock Detachment RCMP are investigating.
Mrs Effie Louise Watson
 — The funeral services fro the late Mrs Effie Louise Watson were held from the Fosterville United Baptist Church, with Mr Hedley Rodgers officiating. Mrs Watson was born at Oromocto, N.B., 82 years ago. She was the daughter of the late Rachael and Thomas Wood. Death occurred at Carleton Memorial Hospital.
She is survived by her husband, J. Edward Watson, one daughter, Mrs Walter Varney, Houlton, Me., three sons, Roy Carr, Danforth, Maine, Perley Carr, Danforth, Maine, and Merrill Carr, Portland, Maine. Two brothers, John Wood and Fred Wood, both of Fosterville.
The funeral was largely attended by the many friends of the Watson family. Pallbearers were Clayton Varney, Hillis Varney, Kenneth Varney, and Maurice Fredette, all grandsons of Mrs Watson. The floral tributes were numerous as were the conributions of Gideon Bibles.
Mrs Frank DeWitt
Green Mountain — Funeral services for Mrs Frank (Margaret) DeWitt were held at the late home, Green Mountain, with Lic. Robert Wilson officiating. Bearers were Elias Foster, Clarence Boone, Floyd Smith, and Eric Smith, and burial was in the family plot, Fosterville.
Mrs DeWitt is survived by two sons, Walter of Arizona, and Leslie at home; five daughters, Mrs Mae Rollins, Hainesville; Grace, Portland, Mrs Samuel Kinney (Elizabeth) Portland; Mrs Fred Graham (Ethel), Pemberton Ridge; and Mrs Sedences Wood (Alice) Fosterville, as well as several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.