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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - April 7, 1920, Barton, VermontVol. 49�?no. 14barton, Vermont wednesday april 7. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Classified advertising a ill a inserted under this a to a top word pc . Ciez word thereafter. Cah Oiler. A it it advertise by in rat p Fob Sale a a let a few tons of Loose i h. C. Barren Orleans. 13-14,.a ale Fine Driver and sad 1 la use full wooded Morgan. A Ai Mcley an. Barton. Notice an acute shortage of newsprint paper Scarcity of labor and an abnormal demand advertising souce has brought about unusual conditions in this office. While these conditions exist we ask. The indulgence of correspondents readers and advertisers. Both advertising and Reading matter is necessarily omitted f rom this Issue. 14-15 Sale Ford car in Good con a t car Rood tires. L. R. Lew i4tf Litton. F p. Sale Good express Wagon big a also barn tools. Barton it store. 14tf ale one Chevrolet Royal e. A. Hamilton 13tf it ii roadster Suto. A a a Erport it. I Sale Drew shop on water dec Frith machinery without w. Quot Happell. 12-14p Rwjr sale�?300 cords of Wood. Joo of it dry. Tel. 128-12. Irry Merrill. Orleans. Lotf Sale storehouse on Lake venue. Two stories High 24x feet. Mrs. Roy. 12-14 lots on Glover get a. F. French Barton Geo. A st Sale fresh ground meat a Bone poultry. $2.50 per wired. Cash with order. J. W. Iwers Newport it. 11-14 sale�?100 acres tillage land. Ill sell this land in lots of one acre Mere less. W. B. Telfer bar_14tf Sale seed Grain wheat Ley and buckwheat. Price reason a. N. F. Jacques phone 24-4, Art 32-33 Barton local notes the schools in the town of Barton will commence monday april 12. Miss Jean Salmon of Glover spent the week end with miss Helen Buck. Miss Rachel Dix of Barre was the guest of miss King last week. The w. C. T. U. Will meet with mrs. E. W. Barron april 13. Please bring dues. Miss Nellie Davis of Lyndonville visited friends in town the first of the week. Anthony Terpiloski of Boston is spending a few Days with friends in town. Mrs. Ass., _ Browning. Barton Academy . Clark the electrician is to meet the class in physics this week to discuss the practical Side of the study of electricity. A it Fox of 15 Victrola records has been received from the state department use in school. These records add greatly to the pleasure of the school As Well As to the education. The honors of the senior class were announced in Chapel tuesday by . Merrill. The highest Honor the valedictory is Given to Ada Drew and the second Honor the Salut Atory to Marion Seavey. These awards Quot Are Given on the basis of scholarship the goal is $9500 congregations lists to meet religious a needs. The beginnings of the congregational Forward movement Date Back to the National Council at grand rapids in 1919. At that meeting it was definitely decided to attempt to meet the acute religious needs of the hour by setting a minimum financial goal of $50,000,000 to be reached in a five year program As an integral part of the inter Church world methodist Church notes Rev. A. Turner pastor morning worship 10.30. Sunday school at 11.45 of clock. Epworth league 6.00. The regular mid week prayer meeting thursday evening at 7.30. Everybody cordially invited. A very impressive service was held in the methodist Church on easter sunday when 22 persons were baptized and eight were received into preparatory membership. An audience that nearly filled the auditorium wit a a a movement of North America. This program was later ratified by the Vermont Board of directors and nested the service. subsequently by the ministers and the Sunshine class of the methodist Edictor goes a free scholarship to the laymen of the state after hours of sunday school held a Box party at the the past four years. With the Val University of Vermont. Miss Bresnahan a specialist in French and latin of the state department of education spent two Days in . Lee was absent from school the school last week. Friday because of a business trip to Boston. Sixteen members of the freshman class accepted an invitation from the class of 1923 of the Orleans High school and with miss Storrs As chaperone enjoyed a most pleasant evening in Orleans thursday. The baseball team has purchased e. Royle of Brookline five s1,0 of a a boosters pencils. These mass., is visiting her brother. F. C. Are stamped with the words Quot a i a be a a Booster the baseball they sell five cents and miss Theresa Fifield of Newport n. H., was a guest of Marjorie King last week. N. Scott of st. Johnsbury is a a iet of his sister mrs. F. C. Browning. Mrs. . Wright is in Bright look Hospital st. Johnsbury this week an operation. Net a profit of a Little Over one cent each. Full and free discussion at which time the plan was approved by a rising Start the log drive the Parker Young co. Joseph c. La Bounty has sold his farm known As the Burbank farm on Burton Hill to Arthur Bourk of st. Gregoire p. Q. Harold Barney called on friends in town saturday Enro Ute to his Home in Lowell from Dartmouth College the easter vacation. Mrs. C. E. Towne went to Sherbrooke saturday to spend easter with . Towne. Who returned Home with her yesterday. Mrs. Elsie Revoir of Newport spent the past week with her father John Aikin and Sisters mrs. John Simino and mrs. Gero. Mrs. T. C. Fisher died at the Cleas Home of Madeline Jarvis on Friday _ evening. A very enjoyable evening vote be y Perhart voting in the afr was enjoyed by All. On easter Sun by Hospital thursday morning after native. Thus the Forward movement Fly this crass distributed Flowers to a few Days illness. An extent a the sick. Tice will be Given next week. For Vermont was unanimously approved by the men who Are now carrying it on. Herewith is presented the financial goal by counties the state of Vermont. These figures have been subjected to the Furnace heat of investigation and they Are believed to be As near perfection As figures can be made. It is apparent that to reach the goal of $130,000 this a ear the state of Vermont from congregation Aii ets alone will require an unprecedented increase in the present Standard of giving. But when it is considered that there Are 100 communities in the state of Vermont which Are in no Sale second hand Ford 1 of hand Chevrolet Ouid Exchange cows. Charles Iway. Orleans. 38tf Sale Hay and Wood. New Tab. Three Holstein heifers freshened. Also Meadow land. 151�?11. Alfred Brown Orleans. _10 of Sale pair work horses idling about 3000 pounds also uber Wagon sleds and work Harte. Charles Cook Irasburg. Ind. My 14tf Sale dark. I. Red cock from Owen farm Vineyard ven mass. One of these Birds it Rrt and special it. State Poul Thow prizes. Eirick Barton. 12-14 miss Arline Marshall of Bradford has been spending several Days with friends Here. Mrs. Lizzie Cameron of Orleans tirely dependent upon the co Grega tionalist3 religious services and there is some discussion among the that when this Money is raised $20,000 students concerning the formation of 0 � will used a the Green a Tennis club. Thev think it would Mountain state to save the dying i add greatly to the Quot school pleasures Teress and build up new work in the and furnish amusement and healthful unchurched quarters it is believed exercise All who cared to fax will stimulate every Lover of interests to do his utmost in that = direction. Henry Cutler of Dartmouth is the county conferences now being spending the easter holidays with his held will carry the budget to every parents . And mrs. A. Cut individual Church so that in a few Ler. Days every congregational Church in a a p a. Slayton Lane is Home from Boston Vermont will Haya its a Nota set be Ler Foi Easte Home of c. P. Cut few Daj so Lang is play ing a Tenor time. All persons who have not paid their Centenary pledges Benevolence please hand them to Rev. A. Turner Charles Mcfarland within the next two weeks. There is to be a business meeting of the Epworth league directly after prayer meeting thursday evening in the league room. Light refreshments will be served that a social hour May be enjoyed by All Epworth ians. Please Bear in mind that this is the last business meeting before conference and be prepared with reports. Congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor 10.80. Morning service. Subject of Sermon a a prosperous 11.45, sunday school. There is a class men Are you in it 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. Subject a what shall we do with sunday evening service 7 p. Subject of Sermon do Bernice Chaffee who has been ill at the Home of . And mrs. P. C. Templeton the past four weeks has so recovered As to be taken Home sunday. Mrs. Eliza Shepard Harold Shep erd and mrs. Hazel fault. Were in Orleans monday to attend the wedding of mrs. Sheperd a granddaughter. Mrs. W. N. Potter who has been ill several weeks greatly appreciates the kindness of her friends who so delightfully remembered her with Post cards at easter time t Leo son of . And mrs. James Hamilton received a bad fracture of no while playing he was taken to the Elbow this Mornin in the school Yard. St. Johnsbury treatment. Card to the friends and neighbors who so kindly remembered us during the illness and death of our dear son and to All those who sent Flowers we extend sincere thanks. . And mrs. B. T. Chaffee. A the geese flew to the Home of f. Sears on monday evening a Surprise visit to his daughter mrs. Verna priest the occasion being her birthday. Punch and wafers were served and a delightful evening was enjoyed by All. On Friday evening of this week a photo play will lie shown Lopp Hadley presents a the lost chord a the first Cinema symphony based on sir Arthur Sullivan a immortal song masterpiece. A unique Novelty. Done to miss it. Usual Price. The batting Mahler company will give an entertainment in the town Hall thursday evening april 15, consisting of music and readings As the closing number in the lecture course. This entertainment comes in place of the de Jen company advertised March 5th, but cancelled on account of the influenza epidemic. Glover schools open monday april 12th. Mrs. S. Clark was quite ill last week. Noah Dodge has rented the Day sugar place. Continued on Page eight. Dhone much of the to secure the amount Paone much we the financial quota each association in tto Mont follows a mrs. Daisy Blodgett of st. Johns Addison ____$3.000 Bury was a recent guest of her Par Bennington 3,200 ends . And mrs. Charles me. Far ____6,100 land. Chittenden 6,800 miss Fanny Mav who has been flak g. L a confined to the House some weeks by Grippe and complications is gain ?�10111 in a lowly. Grange a a a a a a a a a f. A. Amidon shipped on monday Rutland .5,000 visiting her parents . And mrs. Two of his horses from roaring Brook Union .2,000 Hollis Allard on Lincoln Avenue. Stables to Hartford conn., the Washington. 3.300 George e. King spent the week end Early 4800 with his brother chester., who is Lack of space compels us to Cut Short our Story regarding the drive funds a boys and girls club f cd 111u111 w lax Nave a to if Vba ova we our Jelv i a Iovu x a Utah Nuj a j a a it _. A a fore it and a committee appointed you use it what do you say when Leader in Orleans county this week just what is boys and girls club work . And mrs. E. D. Alger have moved to the House recently purchased on Glover Street. A daughter was born to . And mrs. Fern Anderson of Glover at cottage Hospital last week. Misses Marjorie King and Flora Emerson returned to u. V. Monday after the easter vacation. Mrs. Hinton of East Charleston is very ill at his Home in Passumpsic. Special communication of Orleans. Lodge no. 55 f. And a. On Friday both i pro my. Mrs. A. D. Abbott who has been ill a Windsor and son Wallace who came from his work in Boston mass., very ill Are $8,000 8.500 16,000 18,000 5.500 4,750 3.500 5,250 9.500 14.000 6,000 .�,000 13.000 9,000 $48,000 $130,000 2.7 you hit the wrong Nail did any person hear you say it what do you talk about when you put up stovepipes do you want the children to talk that Way we have new singing books and will open with a special song service. Come. Slayton Lang rendered a Fine Saxa phone Solo As an offertory sunday morning. The easter cantata a your living lord a Given by the choir sunday evening Drew a full House nearly 300 persons being present. Choir Leader Perley directed the chorus of 14 voices and deserves much credit the Fine rendition of piece. The cantata took i about 45 minutes to give and was and what space is devoted to the cause will be Given to explain what the work is and what a Leader can do. Boys and girls club work comprises a plan of clubs contests and prizes getting the Young folks interested not Only in Home economics sewing and gardening but in salesmanship crafts and the various trades. The solution of our labor and economic problems lies in getting our boys and girls interested in production. Good blacksmiths Are in demand. Journeymen carpenters masons roofers cobblers tailors printers there Are none. And yet our schools Are turning out a lot of would be accountants salesmen clerks office men stenographers etc., Many of whom evening. Work in the m. Degree. Farmers notice will take a. Proceeded by a prayer by . Hutchin. T w who sent the local allotments in world Church 8on and was broken by a ten minute Are absolutely unfitted their pro-1 a v to Thoriot tur movement. Easter address by . Turner of the spec Tive jobs and All of them More a ill in Barton wednesday below Are Given the allotments methodist Church whose people met less Good material the crafts and by will a Peak m Bartonec Taay Are amp county in the in Union ser ice the evening the world movement fund _ Solo parts Werp taken Jim Are. Hutch As to a a Eari a a it it and Aro in Chis fat them to Guy Bartlett has purchased of mrs in eat in Ona Chirch drive the Inson. Soprano Quot mrs. Batchelder con i i amp ring Heifer a holsteins and Uio to 175 pounds. There will bring Lucy Robinson her hous on Park Albany 1 Mark tuberculin tested. P. A fancy Price if number one Quality Freet and move his family Here Barton a Kerr a Barton. 41tf but the Light ones Are a drug on the from Claremont n. Market. I want to buy 50 head Oij masses Theresa and Laurette Roy sale�?50 cords about three cattle to take May 1, Farrow cows it the easter vacation from their dry four foot Wood at. R. Sid fall cows. 1 and 2-year-old Heilers schoo in Newport with their parents of any kind that will eat grass. G. And t. F. Roy. 14 Miles North of Newport. $8.50 Wra cars Guy Cour a Quot Ost Glover. 7tf Sale Small Village farm ,.8cf,s Good buildings electric ?T.-ia?e water. Will sell cows v515 located in Irasburg Joseph Gero Irasburg _ ll-14p Sale one of the ---�?T.? m this Section known As s. Dodge Orleans. Law wanted wanted live poultry Tarton. Eirick i8tf i will be unable to be in Barton Friday having to go to Lyndonville to photograph the graduating class. A. Allyn Bishop. Do wanted Good Small a Ted Good of North try and Newport met a family. Inquire at this office. Go Arink off fourteen sat Down to the feed. Llan a in the employees of the Monitor office were in Newport saturday afternoon where employees of Gilpin Hunt amp co. A a vot Marf Mot a 9tf Orleans and Brownington West Charleston East Charleston Coventry North Craftsbury Derby giver Holland Morgan Lowell Newport Troy North Troy Westfield Westmore $100 1,200 1.430 195 195 420 670 335 420 140 70 140 2270 70 530 420 170 trades. A club Leader trained his work is to the boys and girls of the county what the farm Bureau agent is to the Farmers. A county club Leader would drive to a Community in Orleans county and one half mile Fanti v mrs a. R. Robinson bar daughter Hazel returned thursday eral years users of Knight mrs. Batchelder club works on the same thing and if a res. Bead of cattle All a in m 6tf from Florida where they spent the were without service Al night. The -kamennoiostrow?� a Shepard j and there amp lie More me is in a"0qld consider Trade ----�?7- Winter. . Mclellan is enthusiastic trouble was not located and fixed she Pardess. A meeting Adjo tried to so sch amp c us it a a Cal de a Standard Are place. E. O. Wells wanted Light one horse Lum about Florida but admits Barton never until 11 of clock saturday morning. Meet april 8 with mrs. W. W. Reir club in much the Best Way a 11�?15p ber Wagon. E. C. Brennan Orleans. 00 Jed so Good to him. The friends of miss Cordelia Page Den. Interest grows with everyone working Sale he Rit. R _ Jyz. We the ten Vear old son of . And will be interest a to learn that she Irasburg on the same project. It May be Ato and cd the f. Ralto mrs. Webster Soprano and . Merrill baritone. Each of these soloists received Many words of Praise their work while the chorus work a _ a was warmly praised. The ladies Cho find out if the boys and girls were in rus number was one of the finest of Terestea in doing something in club the evening. Miss Willson presided work. would also find out if 1 1 their parents were interested. would help the local people pick out a Good Leader and then assist in the actual organization of the club. Officers would be elected president vice president and Secretary. The local Leader would pick an advisory committee to assist in planning the activities of the club. With the Aid of their parents the a a. J boys and girls would decide on the w itches dance by Mac Dowell Road projects they wanted to work on. In a number of places everyone in the Luv a in her usual proficient manner at the Church was most tastefully Decoro easter by a committee from the Christian Endeavor society. Miss Mildred Ford chairman. Easter lilies plants and purple and White crepe were so arranged As to make a most pleasing effect. To the Eastern states exposition at Springfield. During All this time each club member must keep an accurate Cost account of what it has Cost to put through this project and figure what profit has been made. A Story must be written telling the methods used in working out the project. Both records and Story must be turned Over to the local club Leader who sends then in to Burlington through the county Leader. Thus each member not Only puts through a project and achieves something but a record of this achievement has also been made. What about boys and girls not is clubs As has been stated boys and girls not in clubs can achieve something and can put across their project they May enrol and work just a hard with just As Good a Chance to win if they Only have the?ostick-to-it-iveness?� there Are All kinds of prizes being offered to the boys and girls who will do a Little hustling. The state Bankers association offers both state and county prizes the Holstein club is offering some special county prizes and if enough funds Are raised a county boys and girls exposition will be put on in the fall with Many prizes All kinds of exhibits. But the proudest feeling each boy and girl next fall that gets into this club work should be the fact that they have actually achieved something and have fulfilled the real definition of achievement As Given by one Small club member. Said he a to achieve is to get into the game to stay in the game and to see it through a prizes won Are Only incidental to the actual carrying out of a definite piece of work and club work is bound to develop in the Young people a sense of responsibility and enjoyment in achieving some goal Ibe state forestry 0avntnit Montpelier Vermont the Xvi voted Calfskin and All kinds mrs. Sjef Sprz a is so. The friends of miss Cordelia Page Den. The ten year old son of . And will be interest to learn that she mrs. Peter Stone died at st. Johns returned recently from an eight Hospital last week after a Long weeks visit to her sister. Miss Sada illness with pneumonia. Interment i a. Quot a scotch . N 1. Few weeks to. Page at of. Sale a Ezirim v-1 a Good pay to right party. Normandy Kimry a a Village Home. A of 2. Someone in Pood condition also Ancon Panama. She was Quot in the Catholic cemetery Here Fri stopped at Hayti other Way Down Dav and mrs. Stone both died of both Sisters were graduates of Barton Academy. Miss Sada having taken the nurses course at the Marv Hitchcock mrs. Jennie Rowell who has spent 5ta Hanover n. H., and has been the past Winter m st. Johnsbury of red to Ancon the past ten Irasburg i. S. Drew has been quite ill the past week. Charles Fisher has been on the sick list the past week. Interest grows with everyone working on the same project. It May be a Standard sewing club calf club handicrafts club. Regular club meetings Are held at least once a month. The president presides at these meetings and each by carry three cows and a Marble company a. J. Prescott Orleans. D. Steady work Good wages Orleans 10-15p miscellaneous a rss notice if you your carcasses than 5tct.-Fpjuns sell to i. Solomon Jbarton. Both a phones. 1-17p to furs hides and v k 0ne 581l Daniel a Proctor Vermont. 5-17 spent last week at the Home of . Re a kirov Crement service and Hasa t a borers wanted in the mar and mrs. F. W. Comstock she went none to Home during that a it Gowor v of a a a a Ltd ble Mill and quarries by Vermont from Here to Manchester n. H., to migs Cut Ardena who graduated lamber and Wood Hie minis Ano to it rtt Vermont. Spend a few Days and soon goes to the Bryant amp Stratton business California to make her Home. College in Boston has been the Quot the ladies society will serve their past eight years with the Brad Teh wanted a Calfskin. Carcass. Annual Sutra festival at the Congre ens amp co. Of that City and horse hides also All a and a a rational Church Friday evening. April Keystone chapter no 16. A. A. Junk. L Solomon vaster st., oar 9tfa supper from 6 o clock until All held its annual meeting at masonic ton. Both phones. Are served. Adults 45 cents and Chil n in monday evening. The report a a Houe Dren 30 cents huh ,1c 15 of a of the finance committee showed the wanted two women Bou e a voted the ladies will meet a cheer in a very flourishing con Quot edition. Twenty four candidates have not the image Mccusk receive4 All the degrees Dunn the a tabs moved from the .nd the. For Buskeu due i on7� have charge of boys Quot Oon in the Parlours to Dhaw car Mon Fps a Ries. °s�1 a the office of. The Village electric Cev Frank Towne spent the past week member reports on the Progress of his in Lowell town. Maine. her project. A discussion of. Some special part of the project May a a daughter was born t0 . A a a up questions May be ask Are. Otto Haratz nday. Red by those present. Sometimes a . And mrs. P. C. Templeton spent specialist from the College is present monday and tuesday in st. Johns Bury. Mrs. Noel a ins has be to spend thru Mem a few weeks with her Siste j. these teams will be train. A., a it a red by the local Leader and county club work among the boys and girls miss Susie Miller returned Home Leader to put on some particular dem ieans county. To give special assistance in working out the club projects. And each club May select one two Bers each. These teams will be train that they will carry with them As they grow to manhood and womanhood. Isnit it Worth while and should this Campaign not have the support of every Man and woman in this county who is interested in the welfare of the boys and girls men and women of Orleans county do you believe in our boys and girls if so will you pledge something toward securing a club Leader. A. Dutton of Brownington president of the Orleans county 1 Arm Bureau writes a i wish to extend to you the Hearty approval of your plan and the support the executive committee and entire farm Bureau. I Hall contribute Something?� c. L. Cowles of Craftsbury District school superintendent writes a i am quite in Accord with your plan from South Albany the first of the on stration such As a mixing up a Ary $35 00 and $40.00 per month department has Peen to Vea irom coining Quot year to very promising. The a maintenance. E. May tourney o o. Sept Wikke Safe husband considered a building on i Quot my a nth week. Henry Hellen has gone to Boston where he has engaged to do construction work. Cassius Allen of Nashua n. H., visited his sons Wendell and Howard we have letters of endorsement from Many other sources and iys4jp0k buy your sugar jntytranriig1schst11 Lawren Ltee Lacheen moved and Quot trustee cutting a face been spend iilesir63 barrel 1316 will spend considerable time at the of x other officers was Cousin. Mus j f. A i a a. New Headquarters the present. Ppm made at this meeting but will be Whitney miss Alice Laclair of Orleans has spending a few Days with her miss Annie Fisher. Proper ration a calf a a select., a a. No the laying hens and culling the p18 to the who a h we Slackers?� these teams would give not space thl Quot we it Fyk. But their demonstration at club rate Tings your pledge pur boys and and Community meetings. They could ir8 Are be great it asset a Aiso put on demonstrations at the county exposition and the Best teams in the county would go to the state fair at White River and the very Best do your duty now. We need $2000 pledged before May 1. Pledges amounting to $285 have been announced. Batchelder. Barton. 8tf not made at this Whitney Smith underwent an wanted Salesman Byton regular meeting of the worn made As soon As possible and arrange ration appendicitis at t and real f. A and Vicinity. Jln la a we and a literary club was held with mra. Ments installation of the officers Johnsbury Hospital monday. _ Mutual kinds with s3 a . Barton. Ness of Vona own. Tto i Ana vice Uver. We a. literary i Only spare time Seaver on wednesday evening March will take place soon. In Vou u Mil a. P. Membern a Mitt aft a Oon so by cloth held a rom it of in f that Wmk. a Llouel o 1 4253 a Lamb the pm . In a new showing of millinery at the vhf Iotov pice thursday april 1st. Club Baldwin Barton a 39tf Ness of it a a own Uros of this College was seen. .2 read in unison. Sixteen ?--- bonding and in Crabbe comp that followed the meet a a cd role Call with one visitor mrs. Leland Hermon of Newport our Maple sugar Rod Accident pm a Tajc hostess passed candies and Lri sent. After the business the Folk As sited mrs. F. A. Field in her Milf amp a. We can furnish Vou Saginaw Mich. Capital Mapie sugar and played several Sel delightful program was taken winery work last week thursday and a Quot of fire in a. _ a a a Ai to a a n a a Rotati Kef u m in it Law Ark mus 3 cover 77&Quot t"11 aur Nitu-�or.ta�?~�t us printed m .q state Seal name?o1w. As follows 1000 aug a sugar All found a found _ Small mixed coloured of both. "labels1 de to care to me the last of March. In a Ash accompanies have paid License tax. Owner a it a gip a Hunt amp co. Inc., have dog by describing and Payia of charges. G. R Buck Charleston. 14-16 actions on the Victrola. No the music was Given by mrs. A hrs Ken Cross Arm on the electric pm Erce on the piano p Ayer. Music line 3 a half toward?oehrden.llv&Quot .?om, on Friday afternoon my from a Childe Harold s to form a Short age a Byron mrs. Allen music. s5k Burn off the Arm and let the larks and a venetian Moon Road nobe0discofjrod"in st a a ess of diff a mrs. Jennie Baldwin music,5of n lavs gone to Craftsbury to time Turi Iiga the next six months Friday. . And mrs. Frank Fletcher returned yesterday from their visit with relatives and friends in new Hampshire. A Aymard Alexander and his gang use this form when sending in subscriptions club work fund the st. Gilpin Hunt amp co., club work Barton it. Gentlemen i want to make a contribution to the boys and girls club work fund Orleans county. I enclose. i will Send on very truly yours ?n6,do 1038,note contributions May be enclosed amount pledged May be stated and Date Given on which it will be paid. Subscript ions May be paid any

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