A brick sidewalk was laid this week along the School street side of the G. Holmes Perkins house on Davis Lane. Phil Dube & Sons were in charge of the work.
Mr. and Mrs. Ferris M. Angevin of Glendale, Ohio, arrived on Saturday, spending three days at the Daggett House before opening their Fuller street summer home off White Cat Lane. They will remain for the summer.
A son was born on Tuesday at the Martha’s Vineyard Hospital to Sgt. and Mrs. Wayland S. Fuller.
The Edgartown Public Library will be open on Thursday, May 31, instead of Wednesday, Memorial Day.
Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sisk with their daughters Martha and Jane of Pittsfield, were here for the weekend, staying at the Daggett House. They had with them Mr. and Mrs. Doroch W. Lynch and Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Coghill, also of Pittsfield.
Mrs. Isabelle Wilson went to Boston on business last Thursday and spent the weekend with Mrs. James Roberts, the former Marjorie Worthington.
Miss Susan Hendrickson is home for the summer with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hendrickson. She has completed her freshman year at the University of Connecticut, and will be employed by the telephone company this summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Mays arrived on Wednesday from their winter sojourn in Greenwich, Conn., with a task force of station wagons in which plants for the Charlotte Inn gardens were prominent. The inn brightened perceptibly with their arrival.