The Hamptons Union, January 14, 1926

Hampton News

The Men's Club will meet next Monday evening in the Congregational chapel. The program embraces the election of officers and other business that may come up, followed by a social hour and light lunch.

Miss Ruth Fall is spending two weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Thomas Dennison, who lives on Mt. Royal in Montreal.

The Mothers' Circle have been asked to repeat their play, "The Three Pegs" in Hampton Falls on Friday, January 22. The Hampton Falls Woman's Club is the sponsor.

The Monday Club will meet Monday afternoon, January 18, at the home of Mrs. John Carberry.

Wednesday evening, January 20, the Mothers' Circle and the Parent-Teachers' association will hold a joint meeting at the Centre school. Mr. Charles Perkins, the superintendent will be the speaker and it is hoped that every member will be present.

Mrs. Mildred Winchester entertained the H. T. G. club on Thursday, at the home of Mrs. Toppan. The sixteen members and guests spent a very pleasant afternoon. Mrs. Emma Young received the highest honors, Mrs. Edwin Batchelder, second, and Mrs. Harry Munsey, third. Delicious refreshments were served by the hostess.

Several Klansmen from Hampton attended the Advent Christian church at Exeter last Sunday, in full regalia, and listened to a red-blooded discourse on Americanism by the Rev. Mr. Tenney of Farmington.

In order to accommodate patrons who may wish to attend the earlier church services in Exeter on Sundays, the Exeter, Hampton & Amesbury Transportation Company wish to announce that beginning January 17th and continuing each Sunday thereafter, the first bus trip will leave Hampton Depot at 8:43 a.m. instead of 9 a.m.

The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Hattie Eno on Friday, January 15, at 2:30 p. m.

Installation of the officers in our local Women's Relief Corps was held yesterday afternoon.

The town clerk's records for 1925 show nine births and thirty-two deaths during the year. The birth record is not complete, for many babies, born of Hampton citizens in hospitals outside, have not all been reported, and some of the death records were of people who died elsewhere but were brought here for burial. There were thirty-four marriages records, but most of them of parties unknown here.

Marvin Young is out again after being laid up for several days by a severe cold.

Miss Edna Nudd and Mrs. Charles Nudd have been moved into their new home long enough to decide that it is as comfortable inside as it looks to the passerby.