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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - April 7, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol 49�?no. 14barton, Vermo it. Wednesday april 7. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Advertising ments will inserted under this for test than to renter to get for Sale i re it ate a fear tons of Loose a t Barrett Orleans. 13-14 notice i rur Sale Fine Driver and sad a f-r4. Full blooded Morgan j to. Clelian. Barton. 14-15 of a a Sale Ford car in Good con Quot four Good tires. L. R. Lew Earton. _ r Sale Good express Wagon Etc. Also barn tools. Barton sure. 14tf 7i a Sale one Chevrolet Royal Aster Auto. E. A. Hamilton for part it. 13tf Sale Drew shop on water v with machinery or without. W. Harreil. 12-14p e s.ale�?300 cords of Wood it dry. Tel. 128-12r. To of Serry Merrill Orleans. Lotf i foe on Lake itt Avenue. Two stories High 24x-. Roy. 12-14 foes ale four lots on Glover a. F. French Barton or Geo. 8tf i for Sale fresh ground meat Bone for poultry. $2.50 a undred. Cash with order. Newport it. J. 11-14 i for sale�?100 acres tillage land. A i sell this land in lots of one acre f More or less. W. B. Telfer bar 14tf Grai y and buckwheat. Price reason a. F. Jacques phone 24-4, 32-33 Ifor Sale second hand Ford icon Kand Chevrolet a Odd Exchange for cows. Charles Feu Way Orleans. 38tf i for Sale Hay and Wood. New car tub. Three Holstein heifers freshened. Also Meadow land. 1.151�?11. Alfred Brown Orleans. _ 10 of an acute shortage of newsprint paper Scarcity of labor and an abnormal demand for advertising space has brought about unusual conditions in this office. While these conditions exist we indulgence of correspondents readers and advertisers. Both advertising and Reading matter is necessarily omitted from this Issue. 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 . E. W. Barron april 13. Please bring dues. Miss Nellie Davis of Lyndonville visited fiends in town the first of the week. Anthony Terpiloski of Boston is spending a few Days with friends in town. Mrs. A. A Royle of Brookline mass., is visiting her brother f. C. Browning. Miss Theresa Fifield of Newy x. H., was a guest of Marjorie i last week. N. Scott of St. Johnsbury a let of his sister . F. Browning. Mrs. W. Wright is in Bright look Hospital St. Johnsbury this week for an operation. C. Barton Academy or. 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 for use in school. These rec ords add greatly to the pleasure of Ell As to the education. The school As Wel the honors of the senior class were announced in Chapel tuesday by or. Merrill. The highest Honor the valedictory is Given to Ada Drew and the second Honor the Salut Atory to Marion Seavey. These awards Are Given on the basis of scholarship for Edictor goes a free scholarship to 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 or. 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 five Gross of a a boosters pencils. These pencils Are stamped with the words a be a a Booster for the baseball they sell for five cents and net a profit of a Little Over one cent each. The goal is $9500 congregationalists to meet religious needs. Ional 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 yer Nim As note al met a when 22 persons were Tapuz the inter Church world movement of North America Paratory membership. An audience Thi Grossm was later ratified by i at nearly filed the auditorium wit the Vermont Board of directors and i subsequently by the ministers and the Sunshine class of the methodist 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 meet ing thursday evening at 7.30. Everybody cordially invited. A very impressive service was held in the methodist Church on easter laymen of the state after hours of sunday Sci held a Box party to to and free discussion at which time lome of Madeline Jarvis on Friday the plan was approved by a rising opening. A very enjoyable evening vote every person voting in a affix a was enjoyed by All. On easter Sun w Hospital thursday morning a native. Thus the Forward movement a Day this class distributed Flowers to few Days illness. An extended Start the log drive for the Parker Young co. Joseph c. Labounty has sold his farm known As the Burbank farm on Burton Hill to Arthur Bourk of St. A Ruiru p. Q. Harold Barney called on friends in town saturday Enro Ute to his Home in Lowell from Dartmouth College for the easter vacation. Mrs. C. E. Towne went to Sherbrooke saturday to spend easter with or. Towne who returned Home with her yesterday. Mrs. Elsie Revoir of Newport spent the past week with her father John Aikin and Sisters . John Simino and . Gero. A the geese flew to the Home of f. Sears on monday evening for a Surprise visit to his daughter . Verna priest the occasion being her birthday. Punch and wafers wre served and a delightful evening was enjoyed by All. Mrs. T. C. Fisher died at the Cleas for Vermont was unanimously approx the sick. De by the men who Are now carrying it on. Herewith is presented the financial goal by counties for 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 a ear for the state of Vermont from congregationalists 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 entirely dependent ujan the congregationalists for religious services and there is some discussion among the is Money is raised $20,000 students concerning the formation Olf the total Jill be used m the Green Luc Xii Ali Alluis i a. ,. Tennis club. They think it would 1 Fountain state to save the dog in do greatly to the school pleasures Teress and build up new work in the add greatly to the school pleasures a up a a it a and furnish amusement and healthful i amusement i exercise for All who cared to join. That fact will stimulate every Lover of interests to do his utmost in that direction. The county conferences now being Halke ii and sgt a Lral ass the easter holidays the his held will Cairy the budget to every of is he several Days with parents. Or. And . R. Cut individual Church so that in a few . Lizzie Cameron of Orleans was a guest at the Home of c. F. Cutler for easter. De to the House recently purchased on Glover Street. R. Cut. Individual Church so Tomt in Days every congregational Church in Slayton Lang is Home from Boston Vermont will have Ite Ota to be for a few Days. Or. Lang is play a appointed a much of Tho to ocum Tho amm citation in Quot a a Mont follows $8,000 Ifor work horses a lung about 3000 pounds also Wagon sleds and work harasses. Charles Cook Irasburg. Ind. 1 11. 14tf a for Sale dark I. Red cock from Owen farm Vineyard mass. One of these Birds cd and special it. State Pouly show prizes. Elrick Barton. 12-14 a daughter was bom to or. And .cm.�, . Fern Anderson of Glover at cot land Tage Hospital last week. Misses Marjorie King and Flora Emerson returned to u. V. Monday after the easter vacation. Mrs. Hinton of East Charleston is visiting her parents or. And t Hollis Allard on Lincoln Avenue. George e. King spent the week end Early circuit with his brother Chester r., who is very ill at his Home in Passumpsic. Mrs. Daisy Blodgett of St. Johns Addison ____$3,000 Bury was a recent guest of her Par Bennington 3.3�oo ends or. And . Charles me. Far Cal Essex. 6,100 Cal Essex 6,100 Chittenden. 6,800 miss Fanny Mav who has been Frank. G l confined to the House for some weeks by Grippe and complications is gain i Moville 1,3w f. A. Amidon shipped on monday Rutland .5,000 a a a a Rook and . \ two of his horses from roaring by i stables to Hartford conn., for the Washington. Union . A. D. Abbott who has been ill and son Wallace who came from his up cml communication of Oriean. Work in Boston Maas. Tory ill Are die no. S5 f. And a. On Friday both improves. 2,000 i. 3300�?~ Windham ----4,800 Windsor 3,400 8.500 16,000 18,000 6.500 4,750 3.500 5,250 9.500 14,000 6,000 .-�,000 13j100 9,000 2.2-3 All persons who have not paid their Centenary pledges or Benevolence please hand them to Rev. A. Turner or 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 note. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson. Pastor 10.30, adorning service. Subject of Sermon a a prosperous 11.45, sunday school. There is a class for men Are you in it 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. Subject a what shall we do with Sun Dav morning an extend Eiven next week. After. No Tice will Bernice Chaffee who has been ill at the Home of or. And . P. C. Templeton the so far recovery sunday. Past four weeks has 1 As to be taken Home . Eum Shepard Harold Shep erd and . Hazel Nault were Orleans monday to attend the wedding of . She Pei Ter. Rdv a grand Daugh . W. N. Potter who has been ill for several weeks greatly appreciates the kindness of her friends who so delightfully remembered her with Post cards ate Ster time i Leo son of or. And . James Hamilton received a bad fracture of the Elbow this morning while playing in the school Yard. He was Uken to St. Johnsbury for 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. Or. And . B. T. Chaffee. On Friday evening of this week a photo play will be shown. Hopp Hadley presents a the lost chord a the first Cinema symphony Arthur Sullivan a immortal masterpiece. A unique Novelty miss it. Usual Price. Based on sir the batting Mahler company will a Ive an entertainment in the town give Hall thursday evening april 15, con Iii sisting of music and readings As the closing number in the lecture course. This entertainment comes in place of the de Jen company advertised for March 5th, but cancelled on account of the influenza epidemic. Glover schools open monday april 12th. Mrs. S. Clark was quite ill Lart week. Noah Dodge has rented the sugar place. Day continued on Page eight. Just what is boys and girls Aub work Day evening service 7 p. a . Count to we a hit the Wronek Nail did and and what _ space is Devot to the Lack of space compels us to Cut Short our Story regarding the drive for funds for a boys and girls club you hit the wrong Nail person hear you say it ? did any what do you 2.2-3 Tai talk about when you put up stove do you want the children to 2.6 2.6 2.6 2.7 2.7 2.6 2.7 2.6 2.7 2.7 2.6 is. _ that Way we have new singing books and wll open with a special song service. Come. Slam Ron 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. Work in the m. Degree. I Rev. I. W. Pierce who spent the local _ i a Rod of the War in Harpoot tur movement. A 11 speak in Barton wed a the Farmers notice will take a a 2ist. For a Stock monday april 12. To Farmers, p ers to freshen in Early Spring an who Are dealing Calyx fat a yearling heifers All holsteins and 150 to 17o-pounds. Tese v a Mark. Tuberculin tested. P. A a fancy Price if number one Quali Street and will talker Barton. 4ltf but the Light ones Are a drug on the from Claremont n. I want to buy 50 head evening Drew a full House nearly 300 persons being present. Choir Leader i Perley directed the chorus of 14 voices and deserves much credit for the Fine i rendition of piece. The cantata took a about 45 minutes to give and was proceeded by a prayer by or. Hutchin in world Churchray broken by a ten minute blaster address by or. Turner of the $48,000 $130,000 2.7 or s.le�?50 cords about three cattle to take May a dry four foot Wood at R. Sid fall cows 1 and 2- e 14 Miles North of Newport. $8.50 or any kind that win Ard f. 0. B. Cars. Guy Cour s. Dodge Orleans West Glover. Ines Day below Are Given the allotments for methodist Church whose people to the towns of Orleans county in the in Union service for the evening. The a a a world movement fund Solo parts Werp taken by . Hutch it them Tol Guy Bartlett has purchased of . Conure National Church drive for , Soprano . Batchelder con Wili bring Lucy Robinson her House on Park Albany a Ralto . Webster Soprano and me Quality Street and will move his family Here Barton 1,200 a or. Merrill baritone. Each of Orleans and Brownington 1,430 West Charleston East Charleston a Market. I want to buy 50 head of j a Jigger Theresa and Laurette Roy 1, Farrow of is easter vacation from their year old Heifer Newport with their parents ill eat grass g. A is. T. F. Roy. Small Village farm. Wanted Good buildings electric will see Ater. Will sell cows 1-77�?T t located in Irasburg k a Gei. Irasburg vt., ll-14p wanted live Larton. Poultry. I will be unable to be in Barton Friday having to go to Lyndonville to photograph the graduating class. All a a a a. Allyn Bishop. Adv. Wanted Good Small family. I the employees of the Monitor ofl5ce were in Newport saturday afternoon for where employees of Gilpin Hunt amp co. T tit of a. Of Nort Troy and Newport met for a inquire at this once. fourteen sat Down to Coventry North or Craftsbury Derby Glover Holland Morgan Lowell Newport Troy North Troy Westfield Westmore 195 195 420 670 335 420 140 70 140 2270 70 530 420 170 cause will be Given to explain what and 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 econ Omic problems lies in getting our boys and girls interested in production. Through a Riis project and figure 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 the 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. 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., inane of whom Are absolutely unfitted for their prospective jobs and All of them More or less Good material for the crafts and these soloists received Many words of Praise for their work while the chorus work a was warmly praised. The ladies Cho rus number was one of the finest of a the evening. Miss Willson presided in her a std proficient manner at the Organ. The Church was most tastefully a a Decora t l for easter by a committee Tual organization of the club. Offi from the Christian Endeavor society cers would be elected president i miss Mildred Ford chairman. Easter vice president and Secretary. The a lilies plants and purple and White i local Leader a Ould pick an advisory crepe were so arranged As to make a committee to assist in planning for trades. A club Leader trained for 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 find out if the boys and girls were interested in doing something in club work. He would also find out if their parents were interested. He would help the local people pick out a Good Leader and then assist in the Acia most pleasing effect. The activities of the club. With the Aid of their parents Thea. re a a i boys and girls would decide on the witches dance by Mac Dowell re they wanted to work on. In a a =s everyone i in the _ Jve Ryc _ club works on the same thing and if grow to manhood and womanhood there Are 1. E or More members in Isnit it Worth while and should this such a club it is called a Standard Campaign not have the support of to the Eastern states exposition at Ringfield. During All this time each club member must keep an accurate Cost account of what it has Cost to put what what about boys and girls not in clubs As has been stated boys and a not in clubs can achieve Someth and can put across their projects. They May enrol and work just As hard with just As Good a Chance to win if they Only have the 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 for All kinds of exhibits. But the proudest feeling for 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 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 that they will carry with them As they Hood and womanhood. The state forestry the ten year old son of or. Ent mon�p�lir7 a Rio tvs i and All kinds . Peter Stone St i f gently Etc we fo7spu?s the Catholic Emmet est Here Fri stopped at Hayti a Way do a ,for.� ,?��?~5exsis"sadt4�?o�s the friends of miss Cordelia Page Den. And will be interest a to learn that she recently from an eight her sister. Miss Sada Ancon Panama. She Down. Ron club. This is much the Best Way As Campaign support a Village Home. A Tor s9meone in Evansville. Anti Vijh ill Livans Viii. Of Tenhove 17�?o con it fiction also 7 acres of land with eral work m of Over a Hviid Tbell the past Winter m a cop for _ the past Tea 7ood pay to right party. Be Barton. Jaja Demy miss Sada Havi the nurses course at the Mary hit clock Irasburg i. S. Drew has been quite ill the past week. Charles Fisher has been on the sick list the past week. 8tf in Dowelltown Maine. Sent Lart we at the Home of has us it it const Ocic. She a rent t a Miers wanted in the mar i and . F. W. Cumi Stowit. One Wiit biome Danng that Ostner ind a Quot a. We exit a a my miss c5rdeha_who_ it 5-17 r a a. J. Trescott Orleans D. Steady work Good wages. 10-15p miscellaneous Farmers a More notice i for carcasses the Ter St n to to 1. Solomon both a phones. 1-17� Fash for furs hides and a a $0.1 month re Daniel a a Stoton be. If eith wanted Calfskin j and horse hides Ako All a a ads of junk. I. Solomon Ater St., bar ton. Both phones. Spend a few Days and soon goes to a Bryant amp Stratton business California to make her Home. Urge Boston has been for the the ladies society will serve their past eight years with the Brad opt Mph carcass. 1 sugar festival at the Congre ens amp co., of that City. In la of annual k priday evening april wanted two women keepers. One to have and officers Din grooms. The other to have charge of dormitories. Sal 9tf Spect ively and or parried husband conto for. National Church Fri a evening april Keystone chapter no 16 A. M., 9th. Supper from a a annual meeting at masons Are served. Adults 45 cents and Nii Ujj monday evening a report 30 cents. The Public is cordially finance committee showed the a the ladies will meet for porn Fiouris Hine con chapter in a very flourishing con edition. Twenty four interest grows with everyone working on the same project. It May be Standard sewing club or calf or handicrafts club. Every Man and woman in this county club. Regular club meetings Are held at least once a month. The president presides at these meetings and each Frank to we spent the past week member reports on the Progress of. His t ii. Try in her project. A discussion of Jur Ner project. A discussion of. A u or some special part of the project May a ugh Ter was bom to or. And a questions May be ask . Otto Kaatz Friday. A those present. Sometimes a or. And . P. G. Templeton spent specialist from the College is present Quot a towns a a to give special assistance in working out the club projects. Each club May select one or two week. Proper ration for a Calt or Henry he Llen is gone to bos sly chem a the Quot Are Servi Dren 30 t a _ invited. The ladies ill meet poci.1 fur upon to the Rio Tkv a a died to do construct dep�4a?f>-,� Auer of Nashoa. N Village Safe and other monday and tuesday in St. Jol Bury. New weeks with her Aister m Wol led by the local Leader and county miss Susie Miller returned Home Leader to put on some particular dem from South Albany the first of the on stration such As a mixing Jip a i 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. Ident of the Orleans county Bureau writes a of s �?o1 wish to extend to you the Hearty approval of your plan i the executive com and the support Mittee and entire farm Bureau. Waid teams wout Init the aur Yevim. Whim a . Lid Irive space to give this week. But we want your pts do we. Our boys and girls Are the greatest asset we have. Do i it arrives Guara Bartup. 8tt wanted Salesman for and real ? communion their demonstration at club meetings and Community meetings. They could Aiso put on demonstrations at the county exposition and the Best teams a m the county would go to the state miss Alice Laclair of Orleans has Hite River and the very Best been spending a few Days with her j Cousin. Mist Annie Fisher. Juse this form when sending in subscriptions for club work fund Whitney Smith underwent an our i is and your duty now. We need $2000 pledged before May 1. Pledges amounting to $285 have been announced. Made at this meeting out win of Whitney Smith underwent an of a tax onto act the regular meeting of the worn made As soon m possible and an pm Tion for appendicitis at the St. Go Pill Hunt amp co., club work Barton it. Club was held with . Ments for installation of the officers Johnsbury Jio Spita monday. 1 and vat and Vicinity it t Ito rare club was held with . Ments Lor ins Anam wit a a Tual com a Only for spare a me or w wednesday evening March will take place soon Bonds All Kinda or Quot "�?T1 Toach you to thu my p a _ oct ten members answered at aft a noon St Johnsbury Jio Spita monday. A new showing of millinery at the Nutof Roii Quot is Quot if to to ten members a red at Roll he afternoon study club held a z to inns we a help you a of a be. _ a Baldwi Barton. 39tf a a a a a a 1or Road in . S.. Re bonding and in France i Adless. And a a 8�al Rhame follows Togo i found 1st. Club ures of thir College was own. A Ras Jujj Nicison. Sixteen re ,.a a social hour that followed the meet Roll Call with one visitor . Leland Hermon of Newport to tent Mccain and he business the fou ass ipod . F. A. Field in her Mil a program wag taken up. The music was by . The electric Pierce on the piano p a a. Music. X 1 xi1-� j heft a Dixie Minoi of read a sections on the Victrol. The music j order. Fca. Line a no a a a of in trend let id a Mien Ortt. aug a snip Orval found Sunu to Quot of Byron mr., Allen a Naje. 1 labels de hound came to me the Lart of Marclus a toes larks and a venetian Moon a red accompanies have paid License to a the ground. The break could ing a music and the Are can sol go pm. Hunt amp winery work last week thursday and a Friday. Or. And . Frank Fletcher returned yesterday from their visit with relatives and friends in new Hampshire. Maynard Alexander and his gang gentlemen i want to make a contribution to the boy a and girls club work fund for Orleans county. I enclose. Or i will Send on. Very truly yours signed address. Of men have gone to Craftsbury to to be during the next six months. Note contributions May be enclosed or amount pledged May be stated and Date Given on which it will be paid. Subscriptions May be paid any \ shall contribute c. L. Cowles of Craftsbury District school superintendent writes a i am quite in Accord with your plan for club work among the boys and Girla i a a a have letters of endorsement Many other sources and

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