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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - December 1, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans Monitor county vol 49no. 48 Barton Vermont wednesday december 1. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Natl Farmers Union plan nation strike it ossified Vrigil t in f tel under this r Tura it its a worn for in Tina Albany. Mrs. Charlotte Chamberlin spent saturday in Barton. Ira Sanders has gone to Barton to work in a Barber shop. Fred Fletcher and family spent or. And mrs. Darwin Wright were at the Home of his sister. Mrs. Allen Cushman to help eat thanksgiving dinner. Ernest Sawyer of Newport an miss Iva Growe of Derby line Are visiting or. And mrs. Arthur kit Deer Hunters should report the following is a list of men to whom the successful Hunters should report Deer killed in the Hunting sea son beginning december 6 and Clos ing december 11, As named by county warder c. H. Atkins of Orleans. Albany Archie Stone Brownington Geo. Hunt j. Housto Barton Rov Barron Academy notes. The following is a list of the five students who rank highest in each class for the first term which ended november 19th. The numbers after the names indicate the number of Points each student has earned during the term. A total of 20 Points preterm is necessary for graduation fro the Academy. First year methodist episcopal Church not Rev. A. Turner. Pastor preaching service 10.30. Sunday school 11.45. Epworth league 6.00 p. Preaching 7.0o p. Prayer meeting on thursday even Ings december 2 special meeting of woman s Alliance. December 7 woman s foreign missionary society meets with Miller at 2.30 p. December 26 meeting of Junior league and King s heralds societies. 1 s thanksgiving in Craftsbury. Robbie Sanders was Home from Newport for thanksgiving. Or. And mrs. Harry Darling spent thanksgiving in Morrisville. Or. And mrs. Glenn Miles visited her parents in Morrisville sunday. Barbara Fletcher and Dan Dyer were Home from u. V. For thanks giving. Or. And mrs. Clyde Swett of East Hardwick called on friends in town sunday. Or. And mrs. Lee Brooks who have been visiting at c Al Smiths have returned to Boston. A los. Sarah Anderson from South Albany is visiting her granddaughter mrs. Ethan Cutler. Mrs. Lizzie Holbrook and daughter Alice from Barton visited the e for Mer s sister mrs. Charles Winget last week. Mrs. Ambrose Brown and son har old from Lowell. Mas s spent thanksgiving with her Mother Sanders. Or. And mrs. Stephen Newton and son from Hyde Park or. And . B. Buchanan and or. Patterson of Craftsbury spent thanksgiving Alfred Newton s. The first and second degrees., will be worked at the next regular Grange meeting december 10th. All those who have applied for membership will please be present As there will tool be another Opportunity to join until the first meeting in March. From out of town were or. And mrs. Congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. Bible study and prayer meeting thursday at 7.30 p. Sunday december 5th. 10.30 morning worship. Subject of Sermon the most " 11.45 Bible school. Classes for All 6.00 Christian Endeavor. 7.00 Union service in this Church. Rev. A. Turner preacher. R was sited to its entire capacity last evening when the second it Timber of the lyceum course was driven the number being the alumni music rendered was very Beautiful and was greatly enjoyed by ibis present. The first appearance of the girls they were dressed As Eole e girls and rendered a number of of leg sons their next appearance. They rendered some selections irom aria. Rwy. Prttno-5 Ann in Isi an Are Ranee represented six nations and j. To. U to Glover mrs. Phillips from Westfield mass.,is visiting her sister mrs. Harry Phillips. Committees were appointed sunday to arrange for the Community Christ 2.3 tree a Good collection was taken Sun fat for the two Little Vermont in care of w. S. Jel Frev of Montne her. Woman s Union will serve Din Eer he v Frid december members not solicited please bring cakes or Nies. Notice to the people of Glover w to t j t 7 t i 7 t Weaner the Tress to uie nation tar probably the tar test Camuy dinner Aua. They were represent i t. The music Narv in town thanks inv mar Day was tx.ct3rwn for Dve h s1" those who g a p33 were l 38 chit Rai enc a Sialesa to is. They were very Wren the it companions Ana grand i x Luna cd t or. R r i. R r. To Kip. V Piea aet v. In Karen who participate a m in. Anzac w Ica Una Ucucu Smith and children from Barton or. Mrs Dufer Aej son Raymond re an mrs. Jess Farr and children 3irv Ftp d saturday evening from a few Miriam Turner 23 Csc Pearl Hub Bard Deora Iraq ranks 23.40pearl Jenness 23.10 Shirley scott22.50. Second year. Marion Baldwin 29.60 Edith Al expander 23.45 Marie Browning 27.55arleen Brownie 27.05 Amelia Cor Nish 26.55. Third year Helen Harlow 25a5j Jessie moulton24.15 Dorothy Dow 22195 Geral chadburn. 22.25 Roy Kimball 21.50. Fourth year do Roth v Martin 29j.5 Rolla Wake Man 2s.75 Mamie Sheltra 27.65bertha Carpenter 24.15 Edna Rowell 24jl5. ". Fifth year Charlena a Loush 26.45 Sylvia Jenne is 25.s5 Ida Whitcher 24j20 Grace Rollins 24j.3 Ila Carpenter 23.90. Sixth year Florence Longevin 28.30 Mildred Longevin"Iia-s0 Leona Moulton 25.s0alice Drew 25.05 Nellie Pudvah 24.s0. Thursday evening there will be Basket Ball game at seavers Hall be tween b. A. And Newport Hiffa school the b. A. Squad is practising Faith fully and is prepared to beat n. H. S j a chorus rehearsal a held tuesday evening in toe a3-- Sembly Hall. H. O. Hutchinson at a Aux Kiuji of jun or Nistra schools visited the tuesday and offered or Luab i win a i y the to mass he mentioned Vas the reed1 tact an extra teacher in the Cin scan of so As to relieve the principal 10. ,. Ehas. Ais i v i a via. U l Luc and the appearance of the Barton local notes j or. Adam 3 has moved into a. W. Shedd s tenement. Or. And mrs. A. A. Lara be a spent the week in d in Canada. Mrs. E j. Bement is nursing at the Home of f. L Foss in Albany. Thomas Massey is a new employee in the Murkland machine shop. Miss Vera Carpenter spent thanks giving at her Home in Irasburg. Mr3. Laura. Mcfarland and Daugh ters spent thanksgiving in Orleans. Mrs Zuar Hanson u entertaining her aunt mrs. S. E. Little of new Bury. O. H. Mossman is spending two week3 in Norton on a Hunting expedition. Ten guests enjoyed thanksgiving dinner with or. And mrs. Ii. G. Per Ley. Or. And mrs. J. C King entertained a family party of 20 on thanksgiving Day. P. W. Cowles of new York City has been spending several Days in . Kidder of Enosburg is a guest of her daughter mrs. B. H. Fair Banks. Mrs. R. D. Merrill is entertaining her aunt mrs. Ida touches of Bur Lington. Miss Agnes Telfer of Lyndonville is spending a few Days with miss Nettie Telfer. Mis3 Charlotte Pickle was the guest of her Friend. Miss Priscilla Utton Over the week in d. Or. And . A. Garahee spent her aunt mrs. A e. Little of new the e fist of the week. Miss Lillian Sargent of Johnson spent thanksgiving with her aunt mrs. C. J. Mudgett. Mrs. A. Smith has been quite in for a week but her condition is much improved. Or. And mrs. Harry Emery entertained their sons and a daughter Dur ing the past week. Mrs. Lizzie Holbrook and Daugh Ter Alice spent thanksgiving wit friends in Irasburg. Or. And mrs w. W. Bryant and t family Are now located in their new Home on Park Avenue Carl Hamblet has been spending several Days with his parents or. And mrs. C e. Hamblet. Or. And mr3. H. T. Seaver were entertained for thanksgiving at the Leonard Nomes Teaa in Iov. S r t 1 1 l t i i ? n 1 a if i 1 i Nari Sion jast Bert , West Fred Parlin Craftsbury e. E. Balch Coventry b. J. Benware Derby Geo. Burton Derby line Jerre Hunt Lover Chester Parker Greensboro Bert Wille Holland e. Gray Jay b. L. c. C. Stannard Morgan Lewis bros., Geo. Gray Newport Joel by Newport or. E. H. Mill Orleans a. O. Austi Orleans c. H. Atkins Troy e. E. Star Westmore u. W. Brow Westfield a. J. Hunt hold a Musicale with mrs. Ruth web Ster tonight wednesday december1st. Madame Orcutt who has been at m is a Austin s Home for some time left for her Home in we Hughby last week. E. J. Rutter optometrist will be at o. H. Mossman s thursday Decem ber 9th. Call and have your eyes examined. Adv c. H. Blood is enjoying a six months leave of absence from his Chi. Bealtho the postponed meeting of the of airs Alice Underwood thursday. De i Cember 2. Subject. " or. And mrs. F. H. Barber Merly of warm pm pm a nor us of Rock Island p q Are visit Rev. And mrs. Hutchinson. F. Cd Brown who has purchased the cd Busineau of Charles Al car land has arrived in town and an invoice of the Stock is being taken. Mrs. A. W. Morrill of Pike. N. H spent several daj3 of last week with Ner Mother Jirs. Year of 1 Nelson returning to her Home on saturday. Miss Glen Lang ha3 finished work in the Perley Novelty store. Mis Mildred Lang u teaching school in Glover and miss Gler Wili keep House. Or. Foote dentist will be at Theberton hotel Barton tuesday de Cember 7, for the Day Only. No pain no bad after effects no coca be used. Adv. Mrs. W. W. Reirden returned on Friday from a Hospital in Whitefield a. A where she underwent an opera Tion Sony weeks ago. Mrs. Reirden is much improved in health the Christian Endeavor society will hold a social in the vestry of the congregational Church monday even ing december 6 the. Refreshments will be served. Admission 10 cents. Or. And mrs. D. J. Hating on entertained a family part y of 11, including two daughters who Are teaching in Irasburg and or. An mrs. Estabrook late of Washington d. C. A special meeting of the woman Dalliance will be held at the Church thursday afternoon at 3 o clock. All members Are requested to be present As an important matter is to be brought up. Or. And mrs. E. P. Flint took thanksgiving dinner with miss har Riet Austin also mrs. Fayer and two children. The latter will remain for a time and her son Maurice will at tend school there will be a regular meeting of Crescent Lodge no. 41, on tuesday evening december 7th, with Nomina Tion of officers. All members Are re Quested to be present. Refreshments will be served. G. A. Katen went to Hornell n. Y., to spend thanksgiving with Bis daughter mrs. H. W. Patterson. . Who has been spending several weeks there returned Home with him the first of the week. Judge and mrs. Miles entertained the members of their immediate fam ily with the exception of Elizabeth Cutler who did not come Home for the Brief vacation and two guests. Miss. Co Burn and mi3s Allen at dinner on thanksgiving Day. A screen adaptation of the famous spectacular play every woman willbe shown Here on tuesday december 7th. This is a Paramount Art Craft picture with an All Star cast. It has been lavishly produced and is feast for the Eye in every scene Row Melford directed it. Don t ass four years and seven months. W. B. Haves who has been at the Home of or. And mrs. T. Tias zings for three months died monday after three years illness. Or. Hayes was lumber operator m Canad until his health failed. He leaves a wife who it Caribou. for interment. T. . Hutchinson officiated at the service Here. In retaliation for abnormal deflation in prices of farm products a nation wid e producers strike to combat the falling prices of farm products was urged in a Call sent out by the National Farmers uni onto its local unions throughout the country from Kansas City nov. 18.the Call in the form of a Resolution adopted at the rational Conven Tion of the organization Here Wen Forward to secretaries of local branches of the organization which represent producers of Grain Cotton Wool and livestock said. To number 800,000. The proposed strike was urged in retaliation for what the convention considered abnormal deflation in prices of farm products through which it was asserted american Farmers have been robbed of one billion Dol lars in reduced value of products now on hand. All Farmers were urge to hold this years production from the markets until profit making Levels were restored. The action of the National Farmers Union was in line with a wheat strike called several weeks ago by the wheat growers association of the United states. Delegates asserted a considerable Quantity of this year s wheat crop was being held Obj the Market by of production in the future was threatened unless the prices of our products Are fairly to the end that we May obtain just returns for our labors an investments in another Resolution approved by the of the organization pointed out that members were obligation to obey the terms of the strikeout expressed the belief such a move ment would be effective. Grand Isle Creamery did $240,-00 0 business last year the annual meeting of the grand Isle county cooperative Creamery association will be held in grand Isle wednesday december 1. The follow ing program will be carried out 10 a. M., stockholders meeting 2 00 p. M., address Good cows from the farm management m. P. Xia Mussen farm management Demon Strator of the Extension service school lunches miss Lydia m. Pot Ter Home economics specialist of the Extension service f. Ii. Edwards Sale manager of the Creamery and one other yet to of announced will also de liver addresses. At 7 30 o clock in the evening Dean j. L. Hills of Testate College of agriculture will de liver an illustrated lecture on the Masing of soil and James p. Tay Lor Secretary of the Burlingto chamber of Commerce will speak on getting the City and country to Creamery has been in opera Tion now for three years and during the past year had done a business approximating $240,000. At the pre sent time the Creamery has six motor trucks and two teams collecting milk and Cream two of the trucks make trips of 50 Miles each before nine o clock every morning. There Are 218 patrons owning Over 2,000 this season of the year it handles about 15,000 pounds of milk every Day and at time3 during the sum Mer it handles As much As 35,000 pounds every Day. During the flush season As much As 1,500 pounds of butter and 900 pounds of Che der cheese has been made at the same time shipping 200 40-Qu Art cans of milk in one Day. This year a new Plant capable of holding 2,500 tons of ice i3 being built so that the refrigerator cars and the refrigerators of the Creamery May be iced. The officers of the association Are president f. A. Briggs Secretary g. H. Branch treasurer and manage or a. B. Hoag Board of directors of. A. Briggs m. H. Valentine c. C. Kinney m. C. Kinney e. J. Par Ker and w. Tudhope All of grand Isle and w. B. Dodds of North hero. Greensboro Bend Margaret and Gordon Mcdonald have been quite sick. Mrs. Mary Weed is visiting Friend sin Passumpsic for a few weeks. The school had a social and pie supper at the Hall wednesday even ing. Mrs. Ella Wilkerson has finished her work in Hardwick and returned and mrs j. B. Silver and Ruth were in Waterville for a few Days the past week. The students were at their Homes Here from Lyndon for the thanksgiving vacation. Eva and Edith demar3 were Home from their work in st. Johnsbury the first of the week. There were 17 who sat Down to a Bountiful dinner at the Home of or. And mrs. J. B. Lumsden on thanks giving Day. Mrs. Eda Smith has moved her household Grawi to st. Johnsbury where she will keep House this win Ter. Word. Was receive there last sat urday morning of the death of Silas Willey at the state Hospital at water Bur remains were brought Here for burial at Greensboro. Act to of pressure in eyeball. I re sure on the eyeball has a sur prising effect Oatle functioning of Ralio us parts of the body. Among those who have oir.f.rtiie1 this Are a. And l. A net. French investigators who end Fia. Xico animals As dogs and Raj hits re As Well As men. The . N of the Eye strikingly Modulf. -. The action of the heart Ces Raspl ratio acts api thesul vessel Yuul a n predate of the i. How such re tax -. Are in i abut i nor Rita. Ted for Jua for Sale Sale. No. 1 dry stove Wood. R Barton. 4stf ale i pair heavy horses. A. Maroon Newport. Tel 226-1 3. Lip j03. Sale one Nice five year old a. Cow to freshen soon. Harry n Dar lira Albany. 46-4 3 a a. Sale Loose Hay Fine Quali j. H. Bartlett phone 7s-2 1, or it s.47tf of. Sale one three beam sled Dpi to one Bea m . Chris Beh Fca Starz it. 47tf for Sale two cheap second hand feigns Narry to. Lar log alb any. Law Fos Sale half blood Shropshire blk. Vear and a half old. Fine Ani ii v j. J. Waters Irasburg. R. D. 1 of. Sale nearly new Dela Valno. 17, also second hand r or harness. V. O. Miles bar in those 34-1 4. 37tf for Sale one pair heavy one bar an . Also pair of three Bea m Sii. Nearly new. If you want ecce azi see them. Harry Cook bar. 47-4 3 Fos Sale 1317 Model Ford yur a a car with new body in Good ecu 7"t to tl5trt it. Aak. ? i ,7. It v. Var a Pmj it up. T. To apartments e Reid separate. r f win ii the at address o. W. Ilgr., Orleans. 43tf for Sale a few handmade Weizhi. The same style and Grade i made for the past 20 years. V ill no i life time. A Low Price on the sett they last. W. W. Talbert East no " i 0c 43-5 0 for Sale or rent my real estate in Barton Village consisting of in residences facing the Bam and Garden. One House has pro them ent3 and might easily be Laie into Fine business property. In-53 ire of mrs. Mcdougal or w. A it. 43tf for Sale or rent farm Vita 160 acres sugar and Apple or car is running water. Good House cd barn. Only two Miles from bar the a Village on Westmore Road. Good Paite Quarry on property. Also Iso acres of Woodland and pasture. J. Barnard Barton. 16tf wanted wanted live poultry. Etrick Barton. 18tf wanted Man to work on farm. G. T. Cook Glover. 43 of wanted at one a meat and Castrp Cook. Valley House Orleans.44tf wanted hand spi nets Cash wis sent parcel Post. H. C. Gay,3ar-.c n. 43-4 3 wanted autos and carriages to Fiat and store. H. Whiting or Eaas. 47-4 9 wanted Good boarding placet elderly Man. Farm Home desired Able to help with chores. Apply a Harry Dickens Orleans 46tf wanted experienced teachers tit Laneview school apply to l k Sii. Barton r. F. D. 1. Phone 2s- 2. 43 of t wanted to hire or rent Small tp1 by experienced Man. Myron Larse. Box 267. Barton. 35 of wanted fresh errs and Poul 7 at Orleans express Sta cd. E to or. Rita firms 17tf wanted Man and wife Man Tok la Jurj jul and wife to heir in u. S. Bobbin & shut co r Willoughby. 44 of wanted Calfskin a a l Lvi j j t " 1both f Ceres 43 of 5c" Taat i shall care for. Chart. And l ?31 storage batteries this Winter. As Stul h. L eager Orleans. 45-4 3 anted assistant Matron Ca s Arr in j i f -. Re maj school also seamstress and a Usu ice x i x work. Good salaries to right 33. W the actions fully in. X or write get county truant Brno of. It Niass. 40 in to rent Ujj rent the Anit. A a. Nute 41tf tnj0 j-11--? Small tenement in bar re of bal Jenness. 47-4 so lost i Cha the Creek Road to t it or in Craftsbury villageldi7 eteilit1g november 25, As Rwr--5t-watc finder please Notin Declarke or. To Art. 1w Fred Field s and a smal travelling bag with 15 4 on bag containing two r Trad a. Rel Ai. T. I t Ridge. The pictures and lecture last Sun Day were very impressive. Next sunday december 5, will be fro Malaska to the or. And mrs. Carl Hagar and mar Ion of Barton and or. And mrs. Will Wiggins spent thanksgiving wit their parents or. And mrs. Fre Hitchins. Or. And mrs. D. Chevalier of Island Pond and or. And mrs. P. G. Stone and family spent thanksgiving Day with or. And mrs w. J. Stone. Or. And mrs. Roscoe Dutton and family and or. And mrs. Homer Culle n and family spent thanksgiving with or. And mrs. Gilbert Grosi or. And mrs. J. J. Nichols entertained on thursday or. And mrs. Lewis Kahlstrom and Little Louise from Coventry or. And mrs. Fred Gilbert and child and or. And mrs. Harold Waterman. Or. And mrs. George Burroughs entertained or. And mrs. George wig gins or. And mrs. Hale Clark Ervin and Alice Murray and or. And mrs. Thomas Canning thanksgiving . And mrs. Canning had been mar ried 47 years of thursday. The wide awake club will have an achievement program at the Village Hall Friday evening. Doors open at8 o clock. The other clubs in town Are invited and it is hoped they will help in the program. Rev. Hamilton will give a talk on or. Bacon club agent will also be there. Everybody old and Young of hard a Lew cays with mrs. Barrington. Not mrs Dufur s old Home with her parents at Randolph n. H. Friday evening there was a pleas ant social gathering at the horn3 of or. And mrs. Fred cassava ii in Cele bration of their 25th. Wedding anniversary. Or. Carl principal of the High school went to his Home in Reading pa., for thanksgiving miss Bolton went to her Home in Cabot and or. Hall to Hardwick while mis3 Merri hew and miss Smith remained m Greensboro. Mrs. Gordon Bush died in Glover tuesday and her remains were brought Here for burial Friday ser vices being held in the congregation Al Church. Rev. Edwin Gordon con ducting the service. Mrs. Bush was84 Vears of a and had been a town charge for some time. Her husband wa3 the Only relative present. Word was received Friday morning that or. And mrs. Vav. S. Jackson were found dead in their room at burling ton. Or. Jackson will be Well remembered Here As his re Mains were brought Here saturday and funeral services were held at the Home of his Cousin a. E. Tolman. A sister mrs Herbert Fay and Hus band of Westford came with the re Mains and returned to their Home monday. The remains of mrs. Jack son were taken to her old Home in Massachusetts by her brother. The cause of death is said to have been from the fumes of a kerosene Heater used in the room. At the last meeting of Caspian Lake Grange the following officers were elected for the coming year. Master n. H. Kaiser overseer a. J. Gebbie lecturer mrs. Emma Casse Vaugh Steward f. G. Cassevaugh assistant Steward h. H. Haines chaplain mrs. Beth Allen treasurer George Philbrook Secretary Charles Miller Gate keeper Harry Miller Ceres mrs. N. H. Kaiser Pomona mrs. Nellie Gebbie Flora mrs. Charles Miller lady assistant Stew Ard mrs. H. A Haines. The next meeting will be held december 9th, with the following program piano duet by Loretta Cassevaugh and Ellen Haines Roll Call when passing a farm by what do you size it up song mrs. Bessie Gebbie Reading mrs. Emma Cassevah Dis Cussion does Grange growth depend most upon ritual sociability or lecturers hour h. H. Haines Mellie Gebbie Beth Allen and j. H. Bar ringtone will take part Reading clarakai3er. 1 announce Vermont s vote for president 68,212 for 3irs. Maude Bailey st. Johnsbury leading on the Republican electors Lieut. Gov. Maon s. Stone speaker Charles s. Dana and Deputy Secretary of state Rayson Myriek have made the official canvass of the vote cast november 2 for presidential exec tots Maude e. Bailey rep st. Johnsbury 63,212w. B. Mckillep rep Barling to n is fico Gardner e. Mcgraw rep 67,564lillian Olzendam rep Bax Lington 67,919 n. We Barrow dem Stowe 2019 Inez Bryan dem Montpelier 20,916 ii. C. Comings dem Richford 20334 Jessie Middle Rock dem 20,631 George c. Thrall Prohic Rutland 774 Frank l. Gibson Prohic Groton 773 Andrew Aitken Prohic Newbury h. S. Eldred Prohic Frank Lin 7c2 scattering retain Cockney accent. In the Bahai a Island which wer settled More than 20o years go by old offers the Cortny dialect is said to be As Strong As it is in the cheap. Ampre Parea to to custom Oxener Vilia ool began on Mon a through the month of december. D after a week s and make arrangements. C. A. I students from Barton and Kelton Glover. 43-4 3p Craftsbury enjoyed a Short vacation the d. Of l. Will have a com Chow at their home3 last week. Der supper at their next meeting de. ,.to Erie of u. Spent Ember 8. A members Are urged to be present and the ladies Are asked the thanksgiving , he parents or. And mrs. J. N. bring cake or doughnuts. Ladies social Circle will there will be a social at the Church Jyh Hoij a or Bas social Irethe Curc vestry Friday evening. A big enter december 3tamment will be Given and games win 3 played. Everybody Over 10 years r old please bring four sandwiches Chil a Community thanksgiving dinner Dren under 12 years of age May bring was held at the m. E. Church on anything Good to eat. Come and have thursday. There was a Good attend a Good time. Ance and a Fine dinner was served. Among those who were Home for or. And mrs. Bert Cliburn and the thanksgiving Holiday were Vera family mrs. Sarah Anderson mis3 Phillips from Greensboro Perley Maude Anderson Ora h. And Charle Drew from Lynn mass. Aldrich Ai Anderson were guests of or. And expander from Randolph misses Nel mrs. Ethan Cutler wednesday lie and Isabel Clark and Ida Peck or. And mrs. S. T. Jvance or. And from Lyndon Institute and Dorothy mrs. Milton Lyman and son Forrest Kimball from Berlin n. H. T or. And mrs. Clyde Vance of West or mrs. O. E. Rowell be Tea party of be Olden times at Glover n Community Church 10th Nichte a even Yeye Kiwi mr3 c a of be month of december at 8 by be of clock. Be ladies of be Excelsior class Vance thursday. Will provide be entertainment also the schoolhouse was Well filled on be doughnuts be sandwiches and be Friday evening november 19th, to Coffee for be modest fee of 25 cents listen to a Fine exhibition Given by the for be older Folke and 15 cents for school refreshments of sandwiches be children. Cake and Coffee were served after which dancing was the order of the Boston transcript of novem the g. Over $10 was ared Tober 4, contained an account of the be added to the school fund marriage of Chester w. Clark and miss Annie Gridley Flagg in Woburn Brownington mas3. The Day before. Or. Clark is Ernest Dutton is visiting in Albany a native of Glover and a lawyer of. Several Days. Some prominence in Massachusetts. Mrs Rose has been sickle was present at the Clark kin g Sawyer family reunion last summer and was or a few Days elected president of the association. Or. And mrs. Max Porter were at the transcript Speaks of mrs. Clark s Gilbert Dutton sunday. And airs Tuery Davis and Craftsbury. At the regular Grange meeting Friday night the following officers were elected 3l, c. Hitchcock Fbernice Cutler a Nettie Cheney a Allan Nelson a. A. James ans Boro Chap h. L. Davis. Treas., l c. Davis Sec Edith Rouse g. K.,Frank Dyer Ceres Ruth Davis to Long Flora Mildred Burbank l. A. S Mildred Brown pianist Alson Mills. South Albany miss Delia lacos3 is spending the week at Hai Home Here. Or. And mrs. B c. Boden were at Victor Swanson s thursday. Ralph Dutton is staying with his brother Mcbert for a few Days. Mrs. Edna Dutton is visiting mrs. Glen Newton and Roscoe Dutton. Miss Josephine Martin is working in the family of Ernest Wright. Mrs. Ethel Reid was in Barton Sun Day visiting her aunt mrs. Burbank. J. E. Young and family were at or. And mrs. E. Roy Newton of Lowell visited his brother Glen Newton thanksgiving iss Ethel Watts 13 spending the week with her Cousin Tessie Davies or. And mrs. Ethan Adams Are Itilla relatives and friends in town. Or. And mrs. Locke Are visiting at e. E. Burrows and Nathan bar by s. H. H. Day and family spent thurs Day with or. And mrs. Longe at new it " mr3. Viola Crandall has come to weeks. Jar. And mrs. De. Caron Harold. To x i i 1 t7 Jana Ratu were at in. Ana in r 3day with her brother Clarenc Hawes. In. Ana Urz. Fri Wymona airman api ii were Fred Waterman s thursday. Or. And mrs. Charles Gallup were at a w. Davies sunday. Mrs. Davi Esis no or. And mrs. Will Reid Chil Dren Orient thursday with or. And in. Fred Reid at Newport a r. And mrs. Harry Black entertained their daughter Alice Ard he husband thanksgiving Day. Or. And mrs. Earl Eley and thelm a were at her parents or. And mrs. Albert Lavoss thursday. Or. And mrs. De. and daughter. Ethel from Coventry were at Georg and Myra Pierce s thurs Day. L Sockol has left Barton for the ail to come. Adv Winter. He will return in the Spring Esther m. Titus for 12 years in to take up his business again. J business in Barton but late of Lisbon or and mrs. B. F. Jackman have j n. H and George Dorton were mar moved into the rooms Over the Brad -. Ried by Rev. J. J. Hutchinson at the Ruthm Sham for the Winter. Parsonage tuesday. Or. Dorton was Henry Cutler of Dartmouth Rouege. In vv-4-- pc a the Fandun service and was Over Nodie ancestry demo a dec Enaena of. T Captain Miles Standish and revolutionary Stock. Glover Community Church pastor Rev. John Kimball morning worship 11 a. Sunday school at 12 m. Evening service at 7.30 p. Tho thru ref the Sermon next Sun Dav morning will be the world our i the regular monthly dinner of the woman s Union will be held Friday of this week. J the farm Bureau will hold a com Jaunity meeting in the Community Church thursday evening of this week. The Lola Sargent Mission circles meet m air Bau tuesday december 7, at o cock. Tto. Tae Trita. Treven by Rev. H. B. S Jan in 0f Newport was very much enjoy eco West gloves mrs. Ahen Ticehurst has been on. Anderson will spend the Winter in Florida. Hester Webster has returned from Modeller Seminary to spend her a Murray Cameron returned from Randolph to spend his thanksgiving vacation. R. C. Stevens and family and n. Or i cat family sent thanks five ing at j. T Stevens. Mrs. Nettie Hinkley and son her Man entertained 25 of their friends and relatives on thanksgiving. Or. And mrs. Heman Bates of new port Center spent a few Days with their son Gay eates recently. Westmore Brownington Center and Evansville local item3 and considerable advertising matter is committed frown this irae owing to our inability to put much material into Type. The Stanstead p. A journal in of hotel Barton says spent the parents or. And mrs. H. A Cutler. The woman s Ciao win i miscellaneous Farmers notice will buy a or a. Or jar december 6. G. A Dodge Orleans. Lw1 Cash paid for furs hides and to atone 58-1 1 Ilanie a tunic. Baa sky. Barton. 9tf t notice having sold my musings to f. C. Brown i wish All accounts on my t?ok3 to Call As Early As nos Sibla and make settlement. Charles Mcfarlane bar ton. I1" insurance and real estate Best Stock and Mutual companies surety Bonds All kinds of Vil Lage real estate. Any one having Vil Lage real estate they wish to sell Call on of w. Baldwin Barton. 33tf just received Stock of machines assorted in five and seven drawers and one Cabinet which can be furnished in any Wood or design to match your furniture. These can be Dur Nasea with Smau payment gown s Hobart Send thoroughly overhauled the by redecorating the Interior installing a new heating Plant and painting the exterior. They have als o purchased new Silver China Linen and bedding. On the evening of no vember 15 the place was rededicated by a Baquet and get together hotel is under the management of or. And mrs. J. Ira Lincoln. Evi Dently this is an example of Rea municipal team work. The Many friends of miss Florence blood will be interested to know of the great Success of the entertain ment company of which she is a Mem be following from the wheel err a West. Virginia intelligencer is a typical notice of the Success with which the company is meeting the Mcmechen school auditorium nl30"1321 Pip. One razor and oth balance on terms to suit your con Raiv a Fite leave at Fred Fields Yemen be. Smeer wig machine . And be rewarded. 4s-5-0p n Orth Troy Tonone 24--3. 47-4 3p j

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