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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - August 11, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor v�50-no.32 Gros flying under the Fob Sale cows and Heifer a Mare for bore. Quot in upright Pimo. Fine �i1sa-�?T�� i a pinball Glover. 20tf try a <5\le�?new lot just Ralph him Tel. 213.s. Íisi�o-12 sri a St Hions a a sea. P. Do log fit four Burner Oil stove in a it even in perfect con is. G. A. Humphrey. A a a furnished cottage it Crystal Lake. Mrs. Iwo Odilard 19 Pearl . A my store building in Ridge 18x40. One Story a Ranutt for store or barbed 5, f. Olaf fee Irasburg. 30-31p ,1h�-12 horse Power Ola L�ry new with trucks also 1 f ticks for 1 Inch rope 75 a. Price right Edwan a. Barton Academy opens August so. Barton Academy and graded schools monday August 30, for the �?�21 school year. Students planning to attend this school from outside towns and who desire places to Board or work should make their wants known to supt U Erwin or to or. Gilpin at the Monitor office. Likewise persons in Barton who have places Tor boys or girls to work or Board or who win Board Barton Vermont wednesday. August 11, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Fair september 7-9. More the $1000 extra offered in Onzea and in sea. Secretary E. Hamblet of the Orle county fair announces that thin Are fat shaping themselves for toe 1920 fair at Barton septem a 7, 8 and 9. The Premium lists will be m toe hands of All who desire it within a few Days and show Owen Alexander. Alden g. Owen son of or. And mrs. Geor Owen and miss Hazel Alexander were married tues Evenmo at Hardwick by the Rev. A. Ranney. Both Young people have in employed in the Barton savings Bank for several years. Or. Owen is assistant treasurer and is one of Bartons most promising Young men a a. W. I Wuu win Dora i a a a Quot i a a Job Suwu Active interest in Public teachers Are requested to make such i climes and premiums which adds a Leader m the Metho information known. Prospective students who have not received a copy of a the Orange and Black a a publication put out last Spring by the school should make application for one to either or. Erwin or or. Gilpin. The teaching Force is Complete As follows r. D. Merrill principal J. Lee vice principal Frances More than $1000 to offers heretofore made for Premium Stock and for race Purs the prospects for an unusually Large amount of Stock Are Good. The management is not ready yet to announce special features but intimate that there will be something decidedly Worth while. There will of course be the usual 11 games a ranges n. A j a a a. Storrs 1st assistant Inez nor a music stage attractions races Throp 3rd assistant Kate Heath. 6th a a a a in themselves Are Worth Grade Hazel g. Leland 6th Grade a Ore than toe admission Price. Frs. Catherine Jennings 4th Grade Grace my Kinald 3rd Grade Jaine Chapman -2nd Grade Clara Burgess 1st Grade. Illi or rent my build Saver Village known As the Jice equipped with electric fact closet and Spring water cask room. C. Kimball 20tf_ Saliz one Chevrolet Rua a Jal condition. Also one Blai . Cd Splete with Chuck Cen a a Quot dist Church mrs. Owen is a graduate of Barton Academy and a woman of Charm and ability. They will both continue their work in toe Bank. Mammoth concert sunday seventy five to 100 band pieces expected for great concert at Kiuon Gaby. All the bands in Orleans county and other similar organizations As far Norto As Sherbrooke and As far South As St. Johnsbury will Combine to give an open air concert sunday afternoon at 2.30 of clock weather permitting at the Foster Grove just North of Westmore Village on Willoighby Lake. It is fully expected that from 75 to 100 pieces will be present making at Mossmann a Friday the 20th. Call and have your eyes examined and F. Percival and daughters misses Lois and Laura All of Spring Field mass., Are guests at hotel Barton. F. W. Cutting and sister mrs. Grace Wheeler of Chicago Are enjoying an automobile trip of several j Days. Mrs. Help Bickford. Mrs. M. ? and daughter. Miss Esther Barton local notes C. Holbrook of Barnet visited at mrs. L. A. Holbrooks Over sunday. Mrs. Zora Wheeler was a recent guest of mrs. Inez Norris in Newport. Miss Ina Paige has been seriously a a a ill for the past week with indices relatives m Evansville re Tion. Gently. Get ready for the Orleans county by Buyrn a cd cd on the n. A. Set the of Park Street. 19th. Adv miss Katherine Wilcox and miss a a x Fanny Mav St it int the week-en/4 in a mrs. C. M. Twombly of St. Johns Mol. Week end in twombly of Lebanon n. He a recency visited or. Miss Smedley at Jacksonville. Fla., and mrs. A. J. Twombly. A the Sheet of her fiend mrs. T. Mrs. Charles Clogston was called to new sort recently by the illness of her father. Mrs Nettie Allen has recently returned from a vacation with her sister at Milton. Misses Clenna Seaver and Belle of tools Etc. P. W. La Butler were at Home from Lemdon --1 to a sale�?50 cords about three to Ion foot Wood at r. R. Sid North of Newport. .50. Guy a f. 0. B. Cart. I Glover. Auy Cour-7tf i sale�?2 rebuilt for Ltd Road 11919 touring with starter 2 dec a to touring. These cars k in Good condition As they w overhauled and paint a w. Lawson Newport. 16tf h2 Sale or rent farm a acres sugar and Apple or lie a water. Good House Otty two Miles from bar in Westmore Road. Good on property. Also 180 and pasture. J. M. 16tf Kip owing to ill health i sending a vacation with is i about 200 a Ville Over sunday. The Bank will be closed monday August 16, in Observance of Bennington Battle Day. Rev. M. A. Turner and family Are spending a part of their vacation in Camp at Stone Pond. Mrs. I Copeland of Melrose Highlands mass., is the guest of mrs. Lucy Robinson. Mrs. William Wallace of West Burke spent the week end with her sister mrs. W. Mosher. Family started tuesday morning on a motor trip to new York expecting to be away for several Days. Mrs. Peter Labell and two daughters have returned from Montpelier where they have been spending several weeks with relatives. Miss Gertrude Skinner returned with or. And mrs. J. F. Batchelder from Moose head Lake in Maine where she has been for a part of her vacation. The weather the past week has been generally hot the past few Days seeing the thermometer registering from 80 to 90 degrees much of the time. Or. J. A. Pearson goes to Boston congregational Church Noten. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson. Pastor 10.30 a. M. Worship. 11.45 sunday school. 6 M. Christian Endeavor. 7.00 M. Song and Praise service. Everybody Welcome. Historical society meeting tuesday. The picnic meeting of toe Orleans county historical society which was advertised to be held at the a old Stone House a on August 10th and on account of the rain was adjourned to August 11. Wednesday being very wet the management have thought Best to adjourn this meeting until tuesday August 24, at the same place hoping we May be favored with a Good Day and a Good attendance. We have a Good program and would like to have one of our usual crowds on that Day. We will Hope for it on August 24. All come. One of the largest aggregations band men Ever gotten together in Orleans county to play under one Lead the Orleans band has Given several sunday afternoon concerts at Willoughby Lake this summer which have been largely attended and this attempt is an outgrowth of these concerts. A. E. Tracy and family attended the funeral of or Tracy a Niece in Newport Center sunday afternoon. Something new. A genuine auction Sale of autos. Right in the season. Adv mrs Freda Mcdowell was in St. Johnsbury last week to accompany her Niece. Miss Leland to the Hospital. Or. And mrs. William Mcghey of Westboro mass., Are spending their vacation at the Home of or. And mrs. Louis Larock. Miss Ida Larock of Westboro mass., and Friend Alexander Harti Gan of Worcester mass., Are guests at Louis Larocke a. Or. And mrs. J. Alger and or. And mrs. Walter Alger and daughter Ruth of Arlington mass., Are guests at the e a. Tracy Home. North Craftsbury miss Flora Hadley is Home from Orange mass. A a visiting at miss Violet Huntoon of Holland w. A wheelers. Mrs. Bert Brigham and daughter and mrs. Agnes Witt is in. Suffering my. Pluf of Nert were with heart trouble. Gueste of or. And mrs. W. W. Xxx a a parsonage. Mrs. Sam Hazelton is m Wells i a a x i j River visiting her son. Leland underwent an in a Wing Ner son. Operation for appendicitis at the miss Blanche Cole is camping with Bright look Hospital to thursday of last friends at Lake Eligo. Week. Her friends will be glad to mrs. A. L. Wheeler from Orleans i a making rapid recovery was a recent visitor in town. A very pleasant family gathering miss Goldie Johnson has gone to now is Moshiro to visit friends j miss Hall from Waverly mass., Robbins of California mrs. Helen is visiting her aunt mrs. Rowley. Bickford and mrs. M. Brunning Frank Dunn and Camuy Are at Wiloughby Uke can ring for two weeks. J fed Xeuy a a min Sherbrooke wins. Barton lost a hard fought game to the Canadian boys on the fair grounds tuesday afternoon. Heath was injured in practice before the game and a Pitcher exit acted by Barton from Montreal did not come. In spite of these mishaps the boys worked hard and it was anybody game All the Way. The Sherbrooke team turned in two timely double plays and played a fast game generally. Butler led at the Bat with three hits. For Barton Beor pitched a Fine game and Dubois Lee and Heath made Good catches in the Field. The score 123466789 002000211 6 100000300 4 a r h to a e innings Sherbrooke Barton Sherbrooke Savage s Butler 2 Giboin of Thormahlen 1 Bridges c Molineaux 1 Baker 3 Schneiderhan Barton Heath s t. Lee 3 Lee 2 Snyder c Barrows r Leland 1 Dubois of Webster 1 Beor totals 2 3 1 1 3 1 1 0 3 0 13 38 6 9 27 16 1 12 2 1 0 6 2 4 1 0 0 2 38 4 9 27 5 Orleans county men who died in Servig adj. General Johnson Given list killed in action and died of disease stolen bases. Heath Butler. Two base hits Giboin t. Lee Lee 2. Three base hit Dubois. Double plays Thormahlen and Butler Savage and Butler. Struck out by Beor 11, by Casper 2. Bases on balls Beor 1, Casper 1. Hit batsman Dubois. Wild pitch Beor. Passed Ball Snyder. Umpire Laline. Barton Wop its fourth straight game from Newport wednesday of last week by a score of 7 to 3 and took its third straight game from or leans saturday by a score of 7 to 4. The Barton team goes to Orleans thursday and to Lyndonville saturday. New w Eik Quot Tot Side a. Mating of from Groveton. N. National dental association and will a visiting take Post graduate work along special lines. At Charles Cochrane a. Mrs. Reginald Anderson has gone to Massachusetts to visit her Sis mrs. Isabel Anderson a former ters. Ident of this place _ Bernard Young came from the miss Clara Comstock of Albany n. A us Vuu Klc y., is the Home of her i Marlboro after sind South last week to visit relatives brother f. W. Comstock. J a week Here visiting relatives _ Here. Or. And mrs. Carl Jewell jr., and friends Are spending several is toe guests ? regular meeting of Ystal of or. And mrs. J. M. Blake. A Lake Camp no. 11068 W. Of Maurice Smith of Boston mass., is i will be Friday phoned there Sens no a vacation the his parents for this meeting Andt is hoped there customers also for serving same my Herd of 20 cows Newport it. Sale two Story Block oms upstairs moms downstairs. A a a a i Kitchen unfurnished. M pass engr Sta in. P. Or. And mrs. Lyman Brown of Lyndonville were recent guests of or. And mrs. C. E. Sisco. Or. Stacey and party of Springfield mass., Are occupying the Stacey cottage in Crystal Lake Grove. Miss Freda Lewis has been visiting her Friend. Miss Mariatu Potter in Irasburg the past week. He May Crapy his co or and mrs. Harold Lewis and Summers and a of Newport spent Sra Day with boats for transportation. Will be Good attendance. Daughter. Amy w Crystal Lake Grove. San of Newport spent Sumay her Mother mrs. Burton Wing. _ or. And mrs. R. A. Young and fam sale_1w 3 a Zily of Newport were a paste last week m rear of Newport mgt it a Cladyne Smith of Sherbno Buie Hirsil A. A a Opportunity or i Chauncey Smith of Park Street. Building now 25tf poultry. Elrick. E. J. Rutter optometrist will be found found gentleman a High Street. By proving charges. C. Watch on Rev. And mra. Collier mass Are in Camp m Crystal Isles is miss Eila Dunn has gone to Albany to visit her grandmother mrs. N. Cutler. Or. And mrs. Harold Hazelton form Wells River visited friends Here last week. Or. And mrs. Vaughn Wheeler and or. And mrs. Nelson called on friends Here saturday. Or. Easton operated on toe Little son of will Mowry last week for adenoids and tonsils. New plumbing is being done in the school buildings. It will be completed when school begins. Miss Glendora Adams who has been visiting friends Here has returned to her Home in Manchester n. Brownington Center mrs. Collins Lacourse is visiting friends in Sheffield v. T. Akley is helping C. Brennan who is building a barn. E. C. Brennan has recently had the Independent Telephone installed. Charles lathe is working a for the L. Chandler co., at Orleans. L Day South 32-33p Cen laundry ure lost thick a town Hall a tuesday night August 3. Witz Irasburg. Myron 32-33p . Express Sta Jiw Orleans. 17tf Range o. Street Leominster 32-35p a 9 we a owner May by be same i Charles Emerson and a Vaugn Amelia Magum of Edbrooke g property Aipa no Orange n. P of a a visiting at A. Gallup A a. Norris. Burton. Twp go Ved from hero attended the lost mrs. Fred a a a a a a a Edward Carter j several from Here attended the are�8ts of or. And concert at Wiloughby Uke sunday. Sir. To my my gosh Crystal Lake Grove mrs. Hattie Huse of Beebe Junction Q., visited at A Gallup a of the i last week. Town Hall tuesday nigm., a Lea aant occasion of the in a a finder please return to John Berk a a variety Shower mus Cassie Seavey of Irasburg is a in past week a _11__�4. Unyi \ i a a Nam he Home of her Cousin. Lost june 12 Between St. Jobs Bury and Newport �2i� ing to a wooden bed. Finder a notify Monitor miscellaneous or Good unit 43tf lost pair of Gold in wed glasses Nonor of in Mclellan assisted by mrs. Barrows. Craftsbury Oscar Bliss and daughter Are visiting in Canada. Fred Green. It w Hardy left monday for John of Whort of win us. Up he canvassing work. To Iii Goodrich of a Waterbury Conn. Wend in town the. Cash paid for is hide Ink. Telephone 68-11, Daniel Baa sky. Barton. 9tf notice car of new Bruick shingles just arrived All of radix pric fright R. Cook Barton. 25tf insurance and Beal son. Tate Best twi cities. Surety Bonds All Kinda of be real estate a one a Bill e real estate they Vonsh to Lage real estate they in f. W. Baldwin. Barton. No nce get a Walter Norris and their families. Westmore E. Calkins had a Telephone installed in his Home the past week. Fred Tatro is visiting his sister mrs. Florence Crow at East Charleston. Or. And mrs. Carroll Lyon of Glover recently visited his brother Oscar Lyon. Perry Wheeler has returned from Orlando fu., where he spent the Winter. Miss Cora Quint of Manchester n. H., is visiting her aunt mrs. J. W. Hyde. Howard Myers of Yonkers n. Y., is spending toe summer with his Uncle g. C. Myers or. And mrs. U. W. Brown recently spent a Day with her daughter mrs. Levi Wilu at St. Johnsbury. Charles Averill of Boston spent several Days in town the past week. He expects to go to France this week. Joseph Preston of Pittsburg mass., _ Moi ton. Mrs. E. C. Hunt has returned from an extended visit to her granddaughter mrs. Ruth Marshall in St. Johns or. And mrs. Charles Young and family of new York and or. And mrs. F. B. Dunn and son Kenneth mrs. Spending a few weeks with his Stoer mrs. Harriet Foster pres Julia Young of Norto Craftsbury 1 and mrs. B. R a bub of mount Union ., w. J. Graham and B. Graham of Auburndale mass., mrs. Of nes Graham and or. And mrs. O. L. Rowell and family have been camping at Willoughby Lake. Brownington card we wish to express our Heartfelt thanks to the Many friends and neighbors who have done so much in every possible Way to help us since our loss by fire. Or. And mrs. F. V. Swanson and family. East Craftsbury card we wish to express our deepest gratitude to our friends and neighbors for the Many Beautiful Flowers and for All the other expressions of sympathy shown us in our bereavement. _ or. And mrs. Herbert Bailey and family. Coventry George Trudeau is in very poor health. Lucy Hancock is visiting friends in Westmore. Arthur Trudeau and E. Gorham returned to Claremont monday. Or. And mrs. Henry Goss and son Glen visited friends in Barton sunday. Mrs. A. A Thurber who has been visiting her sister in Brookfield has returned Home. Or. And mrs. Quincy Goss have gone to Cambridge mass., where or. Goss has a position. The official list of Vermont Wum who were killed or died in the Servia of the world War shows there Wei 116 vermonters killed in action o died of wounds and 269 died of disease or a total of 433. This does nok include those who were connected with the Navy or who enlisted in cd Nadian service and lost their liven. The following letter explains tvs official list or. Editor a i am sending you herewith gel of the Vermont men who were Fillol or died in the service As per Mooc request of recent Date. This list has been verified with tvs records of the War department Init it is not yet Complete As i Havn want one Hundred and fifty names yet that o have not been verified with the it department records but Many of whom i am sure should be credit ii to Vermont. As soon As possible i shall prepaid a supplementary list to go with the list and will mail you a copy As not As i am Able to get the records from the War department to verify Toas supplementary list. Therefore it is impossible to Tell just How soon Tius elementary list can be mailed Osk. _ Jis list contains no men who we in the Navy Only those in the Erncr very truly chert t. Johnsoa the adjutant general no Orleans county list can be ooh plete and accurate for various sons. For example Lynn Sani lost his life overseas and the off ii do list credited him to St. John Abuk but his Mother and his Home was a Orleans. That there were deaths county men both in the Navy and the Canadian service is also known 1a6 the adjutant general a list does in. Of course contain these names. The official list contains the a of 20 men credited to Orleans c who lost their lives As Folk raw Date being the Date of death killed in action a Nonal guard Uoss Nas a position. A Ting her parent., or. And mrs. Miss Alma Provoncha is working for Collins Lacourse while mrs. Lacourse is away. Or. And mrs. By Heath of Morgan were week end visitors at Charles Burns. Bert White has finished work for Horace Whiteful and returned to his Home in Orleans. Or and mrs. Bert Wheeler and Edward adm. Of a eld visited at Lyman Seymour a Friday. Or. And mrs. Wumer Gray of Bradford Are visiting at Jolt i Eris and causing on other old fiends m town. Or. And mrs. W. P. Smith Sprat the past week at toe Home of his daughter mrs. T. Buke in Brownington. The misses Yvonne and Laura Janet visiting George Myers. Forrest Hunt from Andover mass., made a Short visit to his Mother mrs. E. C. Hunt at the Calkins Bros farm the fist week. Or. And mrs. Wendall Mowry and daughter Dorothy and miss Ruth Parsons of Rhode Island Are spending their annual vacation at g. C. Myers. Mrs. Carroll rash and Little daughter Charlotte from Springfield mass., Are visiting her Sisters mrs. Charles Tatro and mrs. Oscar Lyon. Or. Paper who has been ill since the death of his daughter and her husband or. And mrs. Herbert Bow miss Marion Cleveland has been spending a few flags at Orleans with her Friend Marion 3haffee. Alton and Arland Noyes have been spending a few Days at Newport with their aunt mrs. Parker. Or. And mrs. Hancock who have been visiting relatives and friends in Newport and of1ea-is returned Home the irs Dav. Walter Cleveland and his Mother mrs. C. Cleveland and sister Marion Sprat sunday at Caspian Lake with or. And mrs. O. E. Hand Ford. A the sunday school picnic will be Xiu us us a go. -x.-. Held weather permitting in Holen he a been moved to the Hospital at a Brooks Grove wednesday August 18. Make a special Effort to come and All enjoy a Jolly Good time together. Or. And mrs. F. M. Kimball and daughter Irene and mrs. L. D. Kimball of Marblehead mass., T. Percival and daughters Lois and Laura of Springfield mass., and Fred Percival of Glover were callers at the Home of or. And mrs. Hollis Hancock thursday. Vermont notes Adi. Gen. T. Johnson a Sig Nat August 19 As governors Day at Camp Devens mass. On which Day the review of the Vermont National Orleans. Charles inc Sou has sold his farm to a Man from Leominster mass. He j has not decided yet just where he will locate but expects to buy a _ farm after a few weeks visiting his people. Mrs. Margaret Leland who has not left her Home for several years cel Barted her 89th birthday last week by taking a Little Auto ride to visit her old friends or. And mrs. J. W. Hyde and mrs. Eliza Hunt. It was the second time she had Nodden m an Auto. South Albany mrs. Hiram Miller and son of Low no nce get a a a diet at Ine cottage a Emu. Nicol grow a a a a a wed May. To �1 per cry Xhaj. It Urt. W k Heriot Boft. Her former borne m for _ Albany. A 30-mp Ell mass., Are Fito ests at o. M. Rowel �54? wages de Tot of this week. Beau of the Delta Alpha class entertained i ing Tou week with their brother John Smith cottage on Labeau or. And mrs. De re Okmin and children and mrs Frank Bloum of Barre were guests at Collins lit week. Court. ,? St Willey u working for Hub it nth a Eutivi. D. Walker of toil was Bax veltus Dall of Neville visited Vicinity have returned to at W. Moore s recently. S j Kittle has finished work at Charleston and is at Home for a time. Mrs Shepard speller of Wolcott visits my f. G. Go Fillan recently. Mrs. L. A. Drown is in Bra Ord caring for mrs Forrest Osgood and infant daughter. Walter Leland and Rou Randall Are wooing for w. J. Monteith in Mill to rent five room tenement Purchase if Quot to on Soith Church at our auction on the my. Mrs. L. E. Holbrook to rent cottage House Rev. A of .�?Te.�chs?h Somsy All by Rooks. Aug Ai it guard will Toke place. The publication of the population miss Helen Baker has finished of the various Tsoras in grand Isle R. Yonne who by been Wetona a of one Pir cent a Ore 7nfoim�Tion i and Entz. A business Tnp a me Felt by to spend 3 3 a before the Ednea in 1. Grand Isle county showed i go Njo department undertook rape population of 4,462. J following the conferee announcement of a $100,000 gift with the Board of control the saxons Beri of the Board of a it in a a Tira Pelkey George l., Newport Cor 103 inf., june 16, 1918. National army Bosley Clyde e., North Troy co. In 58 inf. May 23, 1918. Bosley Irwin North Troy co. A 58 inf., May 23, 1918. Caswell Fred d., Orleans co 1 inf., May 23, 1918. Patnaude Theodore l., Westfi Emu co. A 58 inf., september 30, 1918. Sweetland Maurice Albany co. By 58 inf., May 23, 1918. Died of wounds. National army Morin Bert Barton co. A $19 inf., nov. 1, 1918. Regular army Maurer Elmer Edison greens on he. Co., 58 inf., july 20, 1918. Rowen James p., Barton Btry 9, 16 a october 6, 1918. Santaw Edward p., North Tro. Co. A 58 inf., october 3. 1918. Died of disease overseas National guard Guild Francis a., Orleans cd it. 1% 57 Pion. Inf. October 12, 1918. Died of disease in u. S. National army it Gilbert Ray Grant crafts Burja co. A 315 inf., october 10, 1918. Blay Elmer b., Derby crate Camp Eustin va., october 19. 19 Colburn Elvin h., East Charleston 30 co. 8, in. 151, do september 2v 1918 Degreenia Preston m., Barton 39 co. Song. Bn., 151 do september 2b 1918 Dow Mahlon c., Albany c5o. 1 301 am. Tr., january 23, 1918. Griffin Theodore j., Barton co. Am 6 in. To october 2, 1918. Hall Clarence Francis orly co. A 336 in. To october 6, 191. Regular army Harriman Paul l., East Crafto Bury my. Amb. Co. 28, january b 1918 Siai thers Otis s., Orleans Evje. Hosp. No. 8, m o t a january off. 1918. _ the supplemental list is at is but the names have not been be fled with the War department recon and is not therefore official but May be considered substantially. The list contains the names of a additional Orleans county mra who died in the service 20 names being accredited to Orleans comity a the list previously published. Tha list contains toe following name Ira Ca Urchill. Craftsbury mond Dailey Newport Rry in Hill Newport Elbridge Malo Barton Vasiu Ulkje Stanley Derter line rank Wright Orleans. Structure burned in 10. Appropriated by the Northera a tra to f a co educational institution. At a recent meeting of toe state Board of control meters of the a cations department a red Active to the financing of the school in the cing or a the us tonal Depa ent in the matter of mrs. T. N. Vail having recently deed the Houre to the state. It developed a of a a a preach in Walden. To Vermont Academy at saxons Bers of the Wrd of Educ Atira River with the virtual Promise of a in their t in offices and consider to gre7�e get Irene the confirmation of the intention of of the Vail school few in a 5 the funeral of mrs. Miller. The Board to re Opra the ?h2ss�senl pcs big minting. Remains were a their Home. Thomas Orne and family of a Bot and or. Daughter to attend the w. J and B. Graham of a bum Dale mass., Are spending their vacations Here. They made the trip by Auto and were accompanied by or. And mrs. Chari a Young of new York. I t. F f a september 1921, the appropriation mrs. Vail the school Quot a a it be by the Northern Baptist body u so ducted on the Speedwell Cepter As a guarantee that the school hard to meet in View of the closed because of Lack of funds i that it will to be available rag Len next year. Planar october 15. The matter will not i Quot a a

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