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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - December 22, 1920, Barton, VermontJudi a v exc t Itti i it h i county vol 49 no. 51 Barton Vermont wednesday december 22, 1920 single copies 5 cents. Congregational Church notes. Letters from the Advertis log Zic i will be Tari a t till Alba it e. L Annis is away on a canvassing trip. The schools in town Are closed forthe holidays. Afternoon with appropriate Christ mas exercises and a tree. A pleasant afternoon was spent. Among the u. V. M. Students who Are spending their vacations at their Homes Are Gaynell Ladd Kenneth Cowles Louis Hadley and Max a Christmas window attracting More attention than any other i town has been the Tower store win Dow where a live Coon has been seen a Cage. Many merchants have attractively decorated windows and most stores report a Good volume of business to Date. The Christian Endeavor Era iof or of item his Mother mrs. John Aiken the past week. Mrs. Sam Mason underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Orleans Hospital saturday. H. H. Pike of Lynn mass., visited his parents or. And mrs. E. A. Pike this week. Misses Isabel and Nellie Cook of Glover spent the week in d with their grandmother mrs. Ii. A. Fay. There will be a special meeting of the m a. Of a. Thursday. All Mem Bers Are requested to be present. Sunday night with the following oscars president Glen Lang Vic president. Eva Gilfrin c re for Sale 7. Sale Cement 140 bags. Homestead Glover. Of do r z Sale four foot and 16-in cd j one pair Neavy Wor Anuil a Devereaux West i ing 7 i 7qz Sale one three beam sled "4tf f 7ct. Sale female Fox hound of two foxes killed with i Day $20. O. E. Lyon vacation. Prin. And mrs. Are Burlington with mrs. Merrill West Friday a int princ proemm i h line a reared by the m. E. Sunday school to be driven Friday evening in the m. E. Church by the Young people. Rev. O. B. Wells will be the speaker sunday Forenoon at the methodist in urn Bakers Nelo. North Craftsbury a. B. Pike was a business visitor in Orleans monday. Merle Goodwin is clerking in the store for w. Field. Mis Dora Gallagher visited Friend sin Hardwick recently. The Academy school closed Friday to reopen january 3rd. Or. And mrs. A e. Pike visited friends in Wolcott sunday Christmas exercises will v be held in the Church Friday evening. Or. And mrs. Estell were business visitors in Hardwick monday. Vernon Dunn has hired to work for de. Copeland during the Winter miss Seaver has gone to Barton to spend her vacation with friends. Miss Winnifred Williams from bos ton is Home for the holidays. Harold Hanson has finished school and is working for Robert Harper. Or. And mrs. Charlie Proctor vis j item at George Anderson s Friday j mrs. Leo Williams spent the past j week with her Mother mrs. A. Pike. " e. A. Keeler was in Albany last week doing thumbing work for Jam Surie. W. E. Wheeler and son Are cutting to t r in Irnan on Thoumi i t v lot. I i. The ladies club met last thursday with mrs. Charles Winget. Mrs. Helen Campbell is boarding i with mrs. Alma Whittemore. R m. Cowles was a business visitor t Newport last week wednesday j j. D. Kelley who has been on the j sick list is Able to be about again. Imp. And mrs. Dan Gray from Roch Ester n. A have been recent visitors at Archie stones or. And mrs. Egerton from Morris Vil be recently visited their daughter mrs Glenn Miles. The Christmas tree and exercises will be held in the m. E. Church Fri Day evening december 24. Among the successful Deer Hunter from this place were Elmer George Abner Mason and Jess Farr. John Peters an aged citizen passed away last week the funeral was saturday at the House the Rev. Percy Newton officiating and burial Wasin the Village cemetery. Josephine Martin in galls passed Iway Friday december 10, at the heme of her father Wesley Martin and i m funeral wis sunday after noon at the m. E. Church. Rev. Perry Nerton Oveci atm. Word has been received that Albert Campbell who has Ben in new Yorior several weeks has gon to mex to third mate on the s. S. Halsey dumb us shipping co s boat. Mrs. Elmer George recently had the misfortune to fall Down stairs cutting Hiarm necessitating several stitches to be taken and bruising herself severely. Her Mother mrs. May an Nis is caring for her. South Albany i missile Urie of u. V. M. Is Home for the holidays. M 5 r to per of m Ives recent guest of miss or Courser. John Miller has to Mill Vil Lage to work for Williams and Root. Mrs. W. F. Ames and miss Jane Harvey visited friends in Albany thursday. T x v Jrie nas Naa water Dowis m his barn. Ernest keeper of North Craftsbury did the work trere will be a Christmas tree with f p , 5ot urday evening. Everyone Welcome. The students from Barton and a l t r. 3 .1 is lip is nearly new Delaval Czi Tizor. A. 17, also second hand Rimes s. V. O. Miles bar a be 34-1 4. 37tf to 3. Sale june hatched s. C Xyz i Ico m cockerel from ferns 24- to j Ezz Strati Stock direct 3. ?0s Sale 1917 Model Ford tour re Riih new body in Good in crier also nearly new Roppelt or piano in excellent con Tzc z. C. E. Jenkins Orleans. Of to. Sale new double heme by association inc. Entirely separate f. To it. Is is we Iizaki a rooms i Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor. Bible study and prayer meeting thursday at to o p. M. I sunday december 26th.10.30 morning worship.11.45 Bible school. Classes for All 6.00 Christian Endeavor. The 1 to r Ana snort Sermon r ize Athis is the last sunday in 1920.make it a Worth while Dav. To mril i our part. Will you the annual meeting of the Church fp0 society will be held on the even of january 6th. The Home missionary society will meet at the vestry tuesday afternoon december 2s. All come and a Short Christ pm com children and a tree for the Mem the Junior department of the Sun to p e school will b held in the Vetrov t night at 7 o clock. Everyone invited. Methodist episcopal Church notes Rev. M. A. Turner pastor preaching service 10.30. Sunday school 11.45. I Epworth league 6.00 p. M. Preaching 7.c0 p. No. Isth prayer meeting on thursday even Ings. In december 26 meeting of Junior league and King s heralds societies. Christmas will be observed at the methodist Church in the following manner on Friday at g o clock a Umer Wui be served to the Junior department of the sunday school. At720 Sham there will fee a Short pro Gram Ana to Misunas tree for every j every woman in the methodist f Church is asked to contribute one Art i t f new Forszt or. Fruit for the children s supper Friday night. J Barton local Notts the tvo to c a. Not t tit i v j. P. Urie was a business visitor j. I 15s Arane Mars is worst a m the Bradford clothes shop. Supt c j. Batcheller is moving in the tenement in May Rouse. The Public Library will not be Onen saturday evening december 25th. Mis3 Lang is at Home for two weeks from her school in Glover. I miss Lillian Robinson is Home from i i w c i i i t i a. A a wok i or j j 20.a rom to t c. In jul in Prasun is a Uvea u " ,prt5 to p with Homes will be a farm to is Village residence for me Winter. To t a 4- 1 a. To it was v Eliot a we Irum 0 uni been to Riding. The lecture by Charmon was great by enjoyed by Axl it was the last lec j Tore of the course. M. B. Johnson lost his valuable t tt4af.4o of True Norse to ii ecu Urmia. I suck Only a few hours. Miss Cole who has been p. Crafts new York will de sorry to learn mat he is ill in the Hospital. E. N. Randall who has beep sick for Many weeks is Imp Rulith j1 a o. W and son Frederick i from Montreal Are spending their vacation in town to Peterson. Mrs. Dustin anal miss Mary Dustin spent a Day in Hardwi k the first of the week. Misses Grace find Mildred fair Holiday vacation at their respective Ach Omesi i the friends of or. Chamberlain of u pm to rms the Banks have Crone to their Home Ini Ujj and mrs Wells their bes Greensboro for the school vacation j re shag and a purse of Money and oth or Dixon who has been at the or gifts As a Token of their esteem. Believes in observing the seventh Day or. Editor after Reading editorial comment about sunday Observance i thought i would Send you a few proofs of my statements. I have read a great Deal of the Bible and Bible history for the fast six years and All the ministers talked with have admitted that there is no scriptural authority for keeping sunday the first Day of the week. William prynne a celebrated divine thus quotes and comments on the 29th Canon of the Council of lao Dice a a. D. 364. Because christians ought not to Jud Aize and rest in the Sabbath but to work in that Day which Many did at that time refuse do. But referring r of the lord s Day there being then a great controversy Anions christians which these Days should have precedence they desired to rest they should do this As christians. Because if they should Jud Aize let them be accursed by Christ. The seventh Day Sabbath was solemnized by Christ the apostles and the primitive christians till the Laodicean Council did in a manner quite abolish the observation of Council of Laodicea a. D. 364, first settled the Observance of the lord s Day and prohibited the keeping of the jewish Sabbath under Anath you will find this in dissertation on lord s Day Page thirty to o. It is True there is no positive com Mand for infant baptism nor is there any keeping holy the first Day of the week. The methodist episcopal Theo logical compendium Page one Hun dred three. The protestant episcopal Church says the Day is now changed from the seventh to the first Day but As we meet with no scriptural directions for the change we May conclude it was done by authority of the Church id ont care what denomination can change the Law of god the ten commandments i think if you read gen. I verses. One to five you will see what god did on the first Day of the week. I there was any other Day before this would like to have you show it to me and your scripture for keeping sunday. Eusebius one of the most eminent fathers of the Catholic Church the contemporary and the deified of the corrupt Constantine says All things whatsoever it was duty to do on the Sabbath these we have transferred to the lord s Day the we to whom he refers Are Constantine Pope Sylvester and such Bishops As himself. Now in closing i want to say that saturday the seventh Day of the week is the Sabbath. Just the same As the Date you were Bora you can t change it or anyone else so it is just the Way with the Sabbath. Respectfully g g s White River Junction dec. 12, 1920. The Christian Sabbath Day. Or. Editor the Sabbath was one of the first institutions that god established for the human race. His own example furnished the Rule for its Observance. When he chose a special people to be the custodians and ministers of his revelation one of the first require ments was the Observance of the Sab Bath. Later he gave the moral code placing this Law in the Center. It was also incorporated in the ceremonial Law. In time the hebrew people Al Lowed its moral significance to be overshadowed by the burdensome ceremonies and restrictions that were in human. In Mark 2 27, the Sabbath was made for Man Christ gives it the proper place As a Day of special Blessing. Furthermore he said in the next verse the son of Man is lord also of the Sabbath and As its lord he endowed that Day which Ever after was to be known As his Day with a new Richness of meaning and associations. As god found the race so encumbered that he thought Best to wipe it out so Christ consecrated a new Day to be his the Host Cay of the week. 1 by rising from the Tomb. 2. By appearing to his disciples Mark 16 9, 12, 13, Etc. 3. By giving them the message the lord is risen Luke 24 34. 4. By Eriline the holy spirit to his disciples. John 20 21, and sending them out to preach his gospel. Mark 16 9-1 5. 5. By coming to their service of worship and Blessing them. John 20 19. He did not appear on the jewish Sabbath but on the next lord s Day when the disciples were assembled he came to Lead Thomas Back to the Faith John 20 26. He deliberately passed by the jewish Sabbath and set his Day As the weekly memorial of his redemptive Mission. 6. By sending the spirit As he had promised acts 2. Look further at the apostles. They were men of Strong jewish. Associations but they did not observe the lord s Day As is proven by the above references. About 57 a. D. Prof wrote to the corinthians 16 1-2 the directions upon the first Day of the week let every one of you Lay by him in store As god hath prospered thus the meeting was not occasional but weekly. About a. U. According to acts 20 6--7, it is quite evident that the first Day of the week was observed by the christians. No mention is made of the seventh Day hut the Day of Public worship was the first when Paul preached to them and the lord s supper was observed. Thus the earliest history of the Church the lord s Dav was the time chosen for a Public Assembly of the people a ser Mon the lord s supper and the Tak ing of an in the Early Church required circumcision and insisted upon the jewish ceremonial Sabbath. Paul met this error in colossians 2 16-1 7. Let no Man therefore judge you in meat or in drink or in respect of a feast Day or a new Meon or a Sab Bath Day which Are a Shadow of things to come but the body i Christ this appears to be the Ful filament of Hosea 2 11. The galatians 4 10 11 has become victims of the Juda izing spirit and were bound again to ceremonial ism. This is the natural consequence of continued on Page three congregational Church re Organ in Trenary Mildred Mcfarland Corres Secretary Wallace h. Gilpin a ruler Ernice stay pianist Idatte Lucner. The usual committees we Aiso Eie tel teachers of Bart t aet my and graded schools who live out of town s peo iil5s Dutton is Arher Home in a Alisoury miss a Northrop and 3iisss orrs Tii Eit a in in new York state miss Burgee in Lowell an miss Chapman in Johnson. The Boston sunday Herald contained an interesting account of a Christ mas party for the children of the out patient department of the Massachusetts homeopathic Hospital. Or. Sabelies Cameron who has had charge of his work for three years a graduate of Barton Academy in class of 1911, and is Well known Barton. The sketch occupied some space and contained a picture of . Over 300 children Bene fit by this work. A. Mrs. Freeman bean is visiting i Orleans this week. Helen Johnson and Eva Darling spent the week in d in st. Johnsbury an i Lyndonville. Frances Jackman was painfully Cumey by ice accidental of Tennu a a Teapot this week. The repair shop at or. Nichols is being moved to the lot of land which recently bought of Amos bean. There win b a or Ranore . December 23. Mrs. Has it nos will have charge of the in ctr 1 ers four. F top Glover american lesion Wihs the a Box party at Institute Hall Lew year s eve december 31. Everybody come and have a Good time. Among these who Are at Home for j the holidays Are Helen Johnson Era f Phillips. Floyd Taylor. Dorothy vim Ball Helen Perry Narles a Dexter Clyde bean and Mark Cobb two yet in Thi Vivirito were sauce ecu Nicoiu i wic is Tutta in ratio Vrh Irh occurred in Clinton mass november More especially was this True of those who were privileged to be her ends in the Orleans Liberal inst several years. Her pleasing person Tut e of which she was principal for laity her great ability to impart knowledge and her deep interest inner pupils made an impression upon them teat never can be effaced. An Opportunity has been Given some of us Tol old a reunion with her in these later years. The same cheer instruction and uplift were Given us As in our school Days for with her Well developed mind and charming manner her presence was always memory will Ever remain an inspiration to All that Are left of her pupils of years ago. Glover Community Church pastor. Rev. John Kimbro. Morning worship 11 a. M. Sunday school at 12 m. Evening service at 7-3 0 p. topic of the Sermon next Sun Day morning will be the Bible a Community at the evening service mrs. Kim Ball will speak on Heibert Hoover. The Young people enjoyed a Candy pull and social evening at the parsonage monday evening. The Christmas tree and entertain ment will be held at the Church Fri Day evening at 7.30. There will be a special program by the children an Christmas music by a chorus choir. The annual meeting of the Excel Sior class was held with mrs. Kimball wednesday afternoon of last . Gray of Rochester was the guest of Honor. The following officers were elected president miss Annie blod get to vice president mrs. Gertrude Johnson Secretary treasurer mrs Carrie Clark assistant Secretary mrs. Francena Alexander class Leader mrs. Mollie Parker membership committee mrs. Alphia bean mrs. Emma Christie mrs. Olive Kimball social Cui Iurii , -. Ham. Mrs. Alice Phillips miss Hal lie Mcl Tasie Aero Iona mrs. Alma Arthur mrs. Zora Phil lips. Miss Bess now. West Glover Walter Anderson and family visited. H Skint fir s recently. I Eunice Stevens 13 Home from to ton to spend her Christmas Vaca n. Tree Ani exercises. Evening. K. A a miss Nester Nedir 3fr. And mrs. George Metcalf of Irasburg visited at a. A. Webster s one Day last week. Mrs Eliza a Page who has been t Fri. A m Al rom. Or a Furar 1 weeks with Ner sister x. The Glover american legion jul give a Box party at new learn Ere Ery body come and have a Good time. Ask me Aak Mel Why do movie stars marry t ask a contemporary it is a problem for they Don t seem to need Al Mour nearly Ordinary persons much As Llinn-3f" r Jim i health. People with a Greet Deal to do or noses sors of highly nervous organizations should pid a Flay in la every fortnight or k Orleans House for some months ha3 returned to her Home in Bristol r. I. Mis3 Fairbanks had a Christmas tree for the students Friday when the school closed for a two weeks Vaca Tion. P. Ouelette Lias taken the Job to Cut the Wood for the Creamery. About 300 cords Are to be Cut on c. A roots East Albany intended for is . Foss is failing slowly. Miss Margaret Morley is unable to attend school on account of sickness Wulis and miss Maude Grant spent a few Days the last of the week with to to., Vorge Morley Ana Jonn Iran returned sunday from Boston where they have been employed for the Pas three months. Miss Freda steams of Orleans is the new teacher at the Vance school those from Here who got Dee from Eden last week Are Timothy Hughes and Frank sin on. A reception was tendered or. And mrs. Ralph Wells at the Home of his father Edward Wells thursday evening. A Bountiful supper was served after which a pleasant even ing was spent. The guests departed at a late hour wishing or. And Many years of happiness. Greensboro Bend mrs. Ane3 Taylor 13 sewing forms. J. W. Wilcox. Or. And mrs. Ralph Smith Are the parents of a daughter. Mrs Emma Withers is caring for mrs. Laura Mccuen and infant son. School closed Friday for a two weeks vacation with a Christmas tree Fin the afternoon. M. L. Hutchins has moved his fam ily to st. Johnsbury where they will make their Home. Mrs. William Stern pure has finish or. And mrs. William Dixon of West eld Are spending the Wek with their daughter mrs. Mahlon far a n. Misses Belle and Alta Baldwin Clyde Healey and Glendon Sanborn to Are Home from Montpelier for the holidays. Of miss Marjorie Sears left for Mont Pelier i saturday to take up her work As stenographer in the Secretary of state s office. Or. And mrs. C Hannant and or. And mrs. J. C Carpenter were in Newport sunday evening to attend the pageant of the Landing of the Pil a Community Christmas tree and cantata entitled the Story of Christmas will be Given in the town Hall next Friday evening. Everybody Welcome. The Good cheer club met with mrs. A. Chatsey last saturday. A Bountiful dinner of Chicken pie and other Good things was served and Allen Joyed a delightful afternoon x new assortment of Christmas novelties at mrs. F. A. Field s this week including dolls leather purses handmade handkerchiefs hand pain t de picture frames and calendars and Many other articles. Adv there will be a promenade and Box party m the town Nan Ean Esua eve me. Be Eraser Yin for maos is of the Grange. The band Wil furnish music admission 15 and 2o.tran i Naii tits nun t r tit i in turn n to break his ankle while unloading Fri fax . By. Tev Naig a3 comfortable cot1id be expected he is Beino. Cared for at the Home of and Jirs Frank Dion where he was working at the time of the act Sears & rus Seirs store was ran sacked saturday morning. It no Asunma that a of Zfass had been removed from the window in the Back storeroom and the place had been ransacked and burglarized and things left in general disorder. Some Silver was taken besides other Arti cles. Friends and neighbors to the num ber of 70 met at the Home of or. And mrs. E. F. Wells on the evening of december 9th, to tender a reception to or. And mrs. Ralph Wells. The evening was spent in a social visit an Oyster supper was served and a very pleas flit. Pop Nirifor Vas rtt tit. After i a x. Rot Manv dispersed Leavine j mrs. C. B. Mcgoff and son Harold of Waterford me., have come to spend the holidays with her parents or. And mrs. F. A. Buchanan. Or. Mcgoff is expected saturday. M. E. Church Rev. Edward f. Wood pastor. The pastor s theme for next sunday1 1 i met v. T sols i Assn 6 school i Christian life."6 third Tat series prayer meeting tuesday evening at7.30. V Epworth league service at 7.30 thursday evening. Topic the spirit of Leader. Mrs. J. C. Carpenter. The Christmas entertainment and tree will be enjoyed Friday evening at 8 o clock at the town Hall. Every body Welcome. Lowell Mae Warner recently visited rela Tives in Johnson. Ralph Preston was a business visitor in Troy wednesday. Miss Algie Warner is Home fro her school in Irasburg. Buzzell Taylor of. Newport was a visitor in town recently. Miss Helen Brahana is Home from Manchester n. H. Dewey Knowles is visiting friends and relatives in town. Miss Clara Burgess is Home fro her school in Barton. Lloyd Kelley has had a Telephone installed in the Home of his father William Kelley. Or. And lira Charles Kelley and or. And mrs. D. F. Lathrop visited friends in Eden Wedney Day. The mirages Helen and Caddie Stephenson Are the guests of their parents or. And airs. J. 1?. A teen ens the variety entertainment Given students of the Tagh Julji Ocso w a Tendance and the evening was greatly enjoyed by All the students who came Home the t no Viiu 4.iaw. A Ion Are en7 a Ard a i Beth from Montpelier Seminary Ruthwin Jet and Robert Stephenson from Brigham Academy Howard Barne from Dartmouth College and Jason Carter from Springfield Hijra it Nooi. The following officers of Masai Quot Camp .3894 were elected for 1921 p Finnegan clerked. W. Lynch banker d. P. Narramore escort c. Cor lis watchman Alphis Sheltra Een try f. Generess trustee l. R. Sin Clair. Fair Quarry. Every girl with Money looks like n proration o some Yong than Ron ton transcript. Microscope Bare nettle through a powerful Microscope Euloh things As a nettle ten the s of it Butterfly or the solid particles it Emoke Are plainly sen. Sunday Edmund t to Stopfor All subject proofs e in. Bath electric lights. Birr a completion. Address o. W. T bin. 2-i . Turgor re. Sale four foot of Wood at 16-in cd stove Wood at . P. W. Demarais. Barton f 51-5 2 r a. 7t to. Sur arb i it 3o0 buckets with j t a a trs g h Rae Wes g a Erwin i a i. Us in Toni my real to in Village consisting of i or fences facing the and Garden. One a use nacre or the be n e into Una business property. In i c is. or w. 3lt try m t t. By rent Fana so Tiki .cjr., running. Waier. In Cju a ouse f i a n to l a two mi.t3 Roui on Westmore Road. Good 1 Quarry on property. Also 1p0 a of Woodland and pasture. A m. , tsar oru. Pc i wanted i a wanted live poultry. Elricx.? Kroon. Isth wanted 20 tons of Good Stock zip. W. Al Keating Barton. 43--50 was stir at once a meat and pastry Cook. Valley House Orleans. A anted position doing House or a. Viola Glover Orleans Isopi 51-5 2p wanted experienced teacher -. Lakeview school apply to l e. Iii Barton r. F. D. L. Phone a z.4311 wanted to hire or rent Small in. By experienced Man. Myron use. Box 257, Tarton. Ton wanted fresh eggs and Poul try Ile Days at Orleans express Star a. S. Keller. Orleans. Ltd wanted All kinds of raw fur. 1 Ray Liberal prices and give Good let it Bear from Vou. E. Collins Greensboro Bend Gree n to e 1-1 4 new England 4. 43-5 2 wanted Calfskin. Horse hides also All kinds of junk a water st Barton. Both fines. 42 f miscellaneous Cash paid v for furs hides Andie Sphore 53-1 1 Daniel a Eart oni of0ttce Village and farm real i any person wishing to buy or sell places Call on w. B. R a Al estate agent Barton.50tt of a Ance and real is Bonds ail kinds of Vil to v Raj estate. Any one Havine Vil to to estate they wish to sell Call w. Baldwin Barton. S9tf lost 0 st ladies Goi neck Chain r7 Charm. Lost s House and con P.J-3. Or Al Church sunday. Grace or by Barton. Lip to rent. Ujj rent tenement. C. A. Nute 41t Joree it a convenient five a j f tenement. Amos r. Robinson. Results of classified adverts ? a this paper Are often beyond a stations. Many times a sex mitc re of a few cents will eau a7 dollars Worth of property or the very article Yoo want to 7 Don t Overlook the classified much enjoyed by work for and eyci3es were of. Was Christmas holidays. Mis3 Emery of Craftsbury is Christmas with her parents air. And mrs. Emery. Miss Nellie Dewing of Craftsbury recently visited friends in town for Short time. Or. And mrs. Guy Bartlett Are spending Christmas with friends Stclare Mont n. H. Or. And mrs. A. A Buchanan have been guest3 of or. And mrs. G. Plurie the past week. Regular meeting of Orient chapter no. 13, o. E. S. Friday evening at 7.30 o clock Sharp. Prospect Pomona. Grange will meet with Crystal Lake Grange at Barton on thursday january 2?. Misses Elsie and Gladys Hunting ton Are on their annual vacation from their schools in Irasburg. Mrs. N. L. Foster and daughter mis3 Helen of Newport Are visiting friends and relatives in town. Rev. W. A Warner of peach am was in town last week to attend the funeral of miss Fanny t. May. For a d mrs. J. F. Batchelder Are spending the holidays in new York the guests of miss Gertrude Skinner. Misses Mildred and Glen and Clar ence Lang will spend Christmas East Charleston with their Uncle c a blood. The peerles3 factory shuts Down this week in order to take Stock and it is not decided when the factory will reopen. Miss Temma Seaver is spending the Holiday vacation from her duties at Craftsbury Academy at the Home of her father. Or. And mrs John Mclean and miss hazed Clelian left sunday for California. They will visit Hiram Clelian in Houston Texas in route if. ,7 ,717. V town clerk and treasurer by the to to i l to vacancy cause div tit death of Ner sister Fanny. Mis3 Marion Carter of Ludlow and George Carter of Boston. Are spending. L the Christmas a Titio with Weir Mother mrs. Tain uner us i Barton. I mrs. Mcdonald son David and. Daughters Evaline and Grace Tave Enn semis Gnu t 3lr3. Imargaret ii Ackett a Motif a r of Crystal f Neld on incur say a i. Ember 23. Instead of Friday nigh this week it is hoped there will be a Good attendance. The Christmas meeting of the woman s literary club will be held with mrs. Caron a Edne Suay even in december 29. Each member 13 the tree. Robert Scott has been spending a week with hj3 sister mrs. A c. Brooks and left the 3 afternoon for Seymour conn., to spend a few Day before returning to his work in Newyork City. Word has been received Here of the death of Ira t. Nador at his late Home Early in october. He will be remembered Here by Many As the manager of aunt Abby a Candy Booth at the fair. Among the students Home for the midyear vacation period Are misses Marjorie King Frances Willard an Flora Emerson from u. V. M Bur Linton Henry Cutler from Dart Mouth College and Elizabeth Cutler from Smith College. 5hs&.isa 3f.s? As Tsiu highest count. The friends of Ralph Emerson presented him with a Christmas pres ent amounting to Over $20, at the school tree saturday night. The people of the Mill District met at the school building thursday to be about a much need d hard woo d floor for the building. Everyone was interested and they raised ?60 on the spot. At the Christmas tree at the Mill schoolhouse saturday mint the sex called Back to sing her song the Sec Ond time amid loud cheers. Joe Oue Lette made a Fine Santa in fact each did their part finely. The tree was Well loaded with toys and useful Arti cles. Much credit is due miss Tatry for the faithful work she has put in to her school East Craftsbury several in thi3 Vicinity Are ill with hard colds. Arthur finn is improving from his recent illness. Or. And mrs. Fred Slicer Are ill with the grip. Miss Mabel Young s school is closed for a week s vacation Bliss Maud Anderson who has been a in with bronchitis is improving. Yak sea Mary and Mildred Dutton j Are at Home from their schools for j i . Anderson u st Fite ill. With. Bronchitis. R v a trained nurse is caring for Ner. So Tina try everyone is my we w exercises to jm"1if in urn on r no pc a y., preached in the u. P. Church Bun Day. He comes As a candidate and will a Kennan ii now is on me naw. Nichols is ill with Jaun of. Miss Ivan Corley w Home irom Northfield for the holidays. Mrs. M. S. Webster has been on the sick list the past few Days. Joseph Courcy of Lowell mass., visited friends m town the past week. Mrs. A. E. Harlow who has been quite ill with jaundice is improving. W. In Kidder spent the past week with friends in Lyndonville and Wells River. Or. And mrs. Henry priest Are Home from Garden City n. Y for the holidays. Ben Guyette was called to Lowell last week by the death of Bis sister mrs. Corliss. Nelson Currier of Keene n. In vis returned to her Home. Or. And mrs. Charles Sternburg left Here last tuesday for Leland Fla where they will spend the win Ter. The Mccuen girls have returned Home from Kokott where they have been spending a few weeks at their grandparents. Russell Kennison was quite seriously injured while Deer Hunting in Hyde Park by a stub of a tree falling onto him injuring one hip which it is feared i3 broken. Craftsbury Ellis Moodie was ill and out of school last week. Or. And mrs. W. R. Moodie spent 1 the week in d with their daughter in Hardwick. J mrs. Bessie Goodwin is assisting in the Central Telephone office during mrs. Twiss absence. 4 t it. Anal rain storm the first i ". I. I ,--.r text. Mrs Sadie Kobbs barn it. Root was Crusena Cowa. Or Martha Twiss and son left saturday for White River Junction to i Siena the a Usu. 28, the Deceron has vhf it Whf. M. S. Widi i e be held with mrs. R p line. I Al arc m Dilme from Kenny a i i Rui of Clark from Rochet on Ana to spend the Christmas . Lydia bobbins who was Sev Ere a in fared last week by falling Down. Stairs is slowly improving. Mrs. Jennie Randall returned thursday from Eright look Hospital where she a 3 been spending several weeks. The Box supper and dance Given by the Woodmen Friday evening Drew a Large crowd and was a very pleasant occasion. Barbara Davison from Morrisville Hilda from Johnson and Max from Burlington Are Home for the Christ mas vacation. The juniors will meet sunday after noon at 3 o clock. The service which will be a Christmas service Wal be led by Gladys Wylie. The Village schools closed Friday

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