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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - February 25, 1920, Barton, VermontOrleans county Monitor vol. 4r�?no. 8barton, Vermont. Wednesday february 25. 1920 single copies 5 cents. Cu5s1f1ed Adver smile Junsei Ltd al under this a it Ord not first Inserto Are thereafter. Oasis. Ider. No adverts for Sale improvement club notes to Hunt m. J. F. Sat Ter f. Vis a. G. Fre another big Bunch of boosters for Barton this week f. Whitcher G. Perley f. A. Hunt m. Potter Leo Leblanc f. F. W. Comstock f. J. Jarvis Chette. Ray Underwood a Date for the february event is wednesday evening _ feb. 25th, at the club rooms. What Iii it ale one five Hor Power a is it come and see. Lax i ext 1 l Chris Ball Irasburg. I gtd a c�?3c0 cords of Wood. A it dry. Tel. 128-12. Orleans. In in lined coat size and sold Low. Mrs. A. Barton it. 50tf. one horse three. Cypress incubator. To. P. E. Roberts or 7 m i Ford three Quarter Brood condition. App a of P. Hood amp son. A a of remember the last number of our lyceum course comes thursday feb. 26th. A partial canvass for the Barton envelope shows a Universal desire Toa Tell the world about our town a the heart of the Lake it is appreciated. Such team work will Tell. All for Barton Barton for All. N a a second hand Ford 1 1 Chevrolet 1 motorcycle i we for cows. Charle Beli a. Or cans. 38tf k Pony fur coat with i a and cuffs size 36. We will give a 20% j. E. Foster new 7-8 Barc a Price s por it. Fop Sale three two year old heifers to freshen in Early Spring and i ten heifers All holsteins and i tuberculin tested. P. D. Waiver. Barton. 41tf Barton local notes a f. French is on the sick list. Mrs. Henry tinker is quite ill with the grip. Mrs. A. Al Vercoe is on a Case in Coventry. Clifton Dunham of Putney is in town for a few Days. Mrs. A. E. Mason is suffering from on attack of the Grippe. Miss Hazel Alexander was quite ill several Days last week. Miss Marion Currier is sick with blood poisoning in one hand. Mrs. C. T. Miles had another operation on her toot saturday. Mrs. C. E. Sisco has been quite ill with the mumps the past week. Mrs. C. L. Hutchins is in Boston this week to attend the millinery convention. Geo. E. King has gone to visit his government tax on sugar cakes accor Long to a ruling of j. E. Kennedy of Burlington collector of internal Revenue for this District every Farmer who manufactures Small sugar cakes will be liable to a 6% feral tax on the Sale Price of such sugar. A Rutland Man who puts sugar out in the form of Small cakes asked for information regarding the subject and received the following from or. Kennedy which clearly classifies Small sugar cakes As bearing a 5% tax payable to the United states government a please be advised that when Maple sugar is manufactured and sold in Small cakes with or without nut meats dropped on top in a form suitable for use As Candy and which is actually purchased and used As a confection it is taxable under paragraph nine of Section 900, Revenue acts of 1918, when sold by the past masters night will be observed by Orleans Lodge no. 55 f. Amp a. M., Friday evening of next week with c. Blood presiding As master. The Board of civil authority will meet at the town clerks office in Barton saturday evening feb. 28, for final revision of the Check list before for few tons of Good Hay. The four Nice Young near a a. V i. Pair of 1200 sex brother Chester who is very ill in tra Eood re. R driving horses. E. I Passumpsic. F Alvy a. Glover._1 resigned her f re air. A. Cords about three Academy to take of i cars of Wood at r. R. Sid pril 16. March meeting. E. J. White or. And mrs. B. J Jenness and a. A. Webster of West Glover attended the meeting of the Orleans county r. F. D. Carriers held in Newport monday. The Many friends of miss Ethel Ross sister of f. R. Ross will be j interested to hear of her recent marriage to j. Place a prominent ranch owner of Victoria b. C. The follow called for at Derby Man directs publicity work for inter Charch movement congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor sunday february 29th 10.30, morning service. The inter Church world movement of North America through its regional director for new England has appointed the Rev. F. E. Davison of Derby publicity agent for the state of Vermont. The Rev. Or. Davison is a newspaper Man of much experience having been connected with the Rutland Herald for the last 20 years besides editorial connection with other papers East and West. enters upon his duties at once and will have n j full charge of the publicity end of thiere was an unusually Good at the inter Church in yement for the Tendance _ at the morning and eve subject of Sermon 11.45, sunday school. 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. Evening service Quot at 7 of clock. There will be an open forum on the subject of a general discussion is desired. State of Vermont from now on. The state executive Headquarters Are at Middlebury. West Glover mrs. Villa Rich is caring for Herman Hinkley. George Powers of Orleans called on Clyde Vance recently. Or. And mrs. Skinner were in Lyndonville monday. Mrs. Lottie Clough was at Herman Hin Kiey a the last of the week. Harry Rowell spent last week visiting his brother Lynn in Boston. Harvey Rowell is working for Herne a Hinkley during his sickness. Homer Coburn of Newport Center Vas a business visitor in town last week. A. A. A Ebster attended the Rural letter carriers convention in Newport monday. Mrs. Julia Magoon has recovered from her recent operation sufficiently to return Home. Ning services sunday and at the sunday school. It is hoped the people a Wall make next sunday a a go to Church sunday. The choir will sing a special Anthem. All seats free. Bible study on thursday evening at 7.30. The ladies society will meet at the Church Parlours for a social afternoon Friday feb. 27th. There will be work furnished for this meeting. The gentlemen will serve an Oyster supper at 6 of clock to which the Public is cordially invited. Ice 14 rec rth of no per f. U. B. Ser. West . A it. $8.50 iwo cars. Guy Cour-7tf for Sale new and secondhand electric motors 1 P. To 5 A. Immediate delivery new Eden washing machines $116 with swing me wringer. S125, Cash Price electric Mirons. electric toasters to. E. Nichols Barton it. Both phones. Vita T. Seaver is attending the hardware menus convention in Boston this week. Or. And mrs. Newcity recently returned from Florida Are guests of mrs. Edith Valley. Earl c. Cross of the Parker Hill Lital of Boston is the guest of his a mrs. C. F. Shores. An aunt of mrs. W. Wright mrs. Huntington has been a recent guest in the Wright Home. Chas. Mccaffrey of Maple Grove n. S., is visiting at Peter cotes and with relatives in Lyndonville. The afternoon study club will meet with mrs May Barrows thursday feb. 26. Subject Shakespeare. Harriet daughter of Harley Cowles Lyndonville is the guest of her a a Sadie Cowles. For Sale it is settled that Wess. N Ckel a Gross manufacturers of piano actions Fairbanks and red held manufacturers of woolens the do nala manufacturing co., manufacture of nine pins Are a sure thing in non. Real estate is sure to Advance 1 offer for Sale two Story House two i tenements and Bam. High Street. Two tenement House with Bam on Glover of a you Unnic u get. Three tenement House and j grandmother mrs. Miss Ernestine Willson is spending i a two weeks vacation from her school a work in Orleans at her Home Here. A a Charles l. Spoor and mrs. Violaa guests a shores last week. Mrs. C t. Miles who has been seriously ill for the past three weeks with blood Poison is improving slowly mrs. D. A. Gilmour of South Brookline n h., is spend a few no Ultra Elrick. Shores of Burlington were guests at Ron. 18tf the Home of c. F. Quot Wax ted three qty work. U. Be co., Willoughby it. Girls for factory work. U. Bobbin amp shuttle 6tf a a rec Iron Rock m air dried. Apply Chaster Oue. Barton. 2-li. housework. Small i Campbell three Rich Rock Maple j 15p we Quot a her daughter mrs. John Wii Nous worx. Small mrs. A. R. Robinson bar-6tf and softwood w r u Lawrence Mill at Glover. 11 Hanson. Barton. 3tf Calfskin and All kinds a junk. E. 5irt/.u/xi Sockol Barton. Tel. 42tf 24-11, woman for Gen Good nov restaurant. No cooking wanted in the mar quarries by Vermont steady Proctor Vermont. _ it yrs Good wages. I Bruce Buchanan is in Burlington ing letters remain an this week attending the Kake walk the Post office. Please and visiting his brother. Glover remember the old folks Ball at Institute Hall Friday evening feb. 27th. Glover Community Church pastor. Rev. John Kimball. Morning worship 11 a. Sunday school 12 m. Christian Endeavor 7 p. Next sunday morning there will be special services in which several members of the congregation will take part. The general theme will be a the i value of a Christian Barton town reports out Barton town reports Are now going into the hands of the voters and will be looked Over with interest Between now and tuesday March meeting Day. The report of the auditors shows that the net liabilities of the town Are $4741.36 whereas last year there were net resources of $299.79. Much of this difference went into the building of the Road which was washed out Between Barton and Orleans during one of the Cloud bursts last summer and was an unforeseen item when estimates were made last year. A there appears to be no special excitement Over town meeting this year although something usually warms the meeting up before it is Over. Aside from the routine business there is Little in the warning of special business except the question of exempting certain a properties in town which articles were printed in full last week. Letters Quot a i Adys Cameron is spending a week the woman a Union will serve a Philip Roberts airs Claude Somers Home during a vacation of her dinner town meeting Day March 2nd. Poll clip Roberts mrs. Claude Bomers. Y., a mock the Noriee of the dinner will be 40c. School in Attleboro mass. C. Webster was in Burlington Jar. And mrs. Dan Gregory of Lyn and children have vie the Price of the dinner will be 40c. The report of the District health officer in the town report on Page 21 of the Vermont state Bakers As iting his aunt mrs. Herman Prescott Well Worth Reading and Conser Socia Tion. Or Webster has been i my Glover should have medical Secretary of the association for Sev Murray Cameron who is at ran inspection in its schools As this is eral years. I agricultural school has had a in line with All progressive towns. Light attack of influenza but is now the local red Cross is interested in mrs. Henry p. Baldwin who has recovering been visiting her Mother mrs. F. W. Baldwin has been sick but was a Lethe ladies Aid society met with to return to her Home in Springfield mrs. W Ebster last week. The officers mass., tuesday evening accompanied the past year were reelected mrs. By her husband. Pearle Lyman being the president. Or and mrs. F. W. Comstock or. Among the red Cross workers 50 cents and mrs. F. A. Hunt or. And mrs. Who sailed from Vladivostok for san i this project. Greensboro the ladies Home Circle will serve dinner a the dining room of the Congo a Church March meeting Day for the Domestic science class of the John Smith and Rev m. A. Turner Francisco on feb. 5, was x attended the funeral of their of he Moxley of Hunter on sunday afternoon at her Here Home in Orleans. Up. Quoos o former school will serve dinner at the nil Gubor and Friend mrs. V. R j Albany boy who a has i Popour a tace. The pupils attending the Hardwick Hinkley has been seriously 1 and Morrisville High schools did not the weather for the past week has with Blo it Poi a the past week return Home this week on account of mrs. True of Palo Alto cal., came saturday night to visit her Mother mrs. Harriet Clark and sister mrs. C. E. Hamblet. Remember the supper served by the men of the Church in the congregational vestry Friday evening at six of clock. The Public is invited. John Stevens who lived Here for several years and miss Katherine Gauvin of Woodsville were married in Woods vile n. H., feb. 16th regular meeting of Orient chapter no. 13, o. E. S., Friday evening at 7.30. The work will be exemplified by past matrons and patrons. A. A e. J. Rutter optometrist win be tat o. Mossmann a thur a and horse hides Alfo la Friday March 4 a 5. Cau and i Solomon of a a med. Adv. Had several Bright spots the Sun coming out on several Days and the eaves actually dripping a Little. Some More Snow has fallen but indications Point to a Little better Brand of weather All around. The ladies society will meet at the Church Parlours for a social afternoon Friday. Work will be furnished for this meeting. The gentlemen will serve an Oyster supper at 6 of clock. Price 25 cents. The Public Are cordially invited. The friends of mrs. Bertram Snell Ings of Concord n. H., formerly of Barton will be glad to know that she is recovering from a severe Atteck of grip and a fractured Arm which she received several weeks ago while walking on the Street. Mirror february the Manchester n. Hand Farmer of the Issue of i the result of cutting his wrist while the influenza in those places sawing Wood several weeks ago. Cru prot a a a he Tyrian Narsona a has thu it improve and it is been rented to or. Will Bates for two of three months after which miss Allen of St. Johnsbury was called Jyi Ary Dutton will have the House and with her sister will open a Tea room saturday to treat it. Coventry mrs. Eliza Chapman is gaining. There for the summer Cyrus family have All been i sick with the influenza the past week Orleans county Rural carriers meet the Rural carriers of Orleans county held their annual convention in Newport feb. 23. They met at the Raymond House where dinner was served after which they went to the Home of e. L. Richard where a very pleasant afternoon was spent. Meeting was called to order by president w. J. Kidder and the pro Arram As follows was carried out song America invocation b. J. Jenness piano duet. Miss Vera Carpenter and mrs. Orrin Carpenter interesting remarks on the duties of the Rural Carrier by postmaster Stetson of Newport and an r. F. D. Song by mrs. Wilson. A musical comedy on women a rights and a song by miss Buck and miss Davidson and readings by miss Vera Carpenter and mrs. Kidder were also on the program. A report of the last National meeting was Given by Delegate b. J. Jenness of Barton. Minutes of the last county meeting by the Secretary and report of the treasurer were read and letters from the state president and Secretary were read. A report by j. C. Carpenter on the hearings Given us by the salary commission in Boston was Given and a vote was taken that this county was not in favor of joining the american federation of labor. Officers elected were As follows w. J. Kidder president a. L. Richard vice president a. A. Webster Secretary j. C. Carpenter treasurer a. W. Davies b. J. Jenness W. Robinson executive committee delegates to state convention E. Day j. C. Carpenter e. L. Bennett and W. Robinson. It was voted to have j. C. Carpenter extend the sympathy of the carriers to brother e. N. Knapp and family. The illness of their daughter prevented them from attending the meeting. This was the first county meeting or. Knapp has missed since the county was organized about 15 years ago. It was voted to meet in Barton next year. A vote of thanks was Given or. And mrs. Richard and All those who helped with the entertainment. Ing a few Days in town. Cyr Busy taking care of them. Miss Marion Cleveland who was on i Moore a family and or. Robert Dixon the sick list last week is Able to be 1 Are also on the sick list. Or. Browne a out. Or. Badgers and or. Ross families miss Blanche legacy who is Home a recovering from St. Johnsbury is working at Rev. I quite a number of people from town c. E. Southards. Attended the funeral of mrs. Armour i Babcock at East Craftsbury sunday. A daughter Josephine Eva was or. And mrs. Babcock have lived in bom to or. And mrs. Wilfred Mes i Greensboro All their lives until within sier february 20th. Congratulations j two years and their Many friends to the bereaved Graham offi or. 19? announces the death at the Home j miss a Litchfield is in the hos ? Bereave of her Nephew of z 1 a a on water St., for i pm Cen Cash a North. Inquire at Monitor of in have your eyes examined. The woman a Alliance of the Barton methodist Church in serve thew usual town meeting diner at Church tuesday March 2. Price 50c. Distil Man with. Street a on Glover King a French Barton or Geo. 8tf miscellaneous Lew Walton a Vermont i am now ready to fill orders for eggs and baby Chicks from my Cyphers Strain s. C. White leghorn tier Send your order now for Spring delivery. Same old Price. Ernest Urie West Glover. 7-8p Henry Goss and family Are mov ing into the House lately purchased of mrs. Rose Brooks. We Are glad to Brooks and her Mother mrs. Nancy place. Mrs. Brooks has made Many friends during her stay among us endearing herself to All by her kind and neighbourly ways and pleasant disposition. Her Mother also has a Knox who was born in Sheffield Ardenza. Her Many friends Hope is the last survivor of her family sex her speedy recovery cent mrs. J. Smith now of Barre. She was a sister of the late mrs. Henry p. Baldwin who is in the moving picture business in Springfield mass., but who formerly lived Here has bought the Canadian rights to a great feature film. this is a picture in which Henry b. Walthal stars and or. Wal thai was the Star in a the birth of a or. Baldwin is spending much of his time now in Canada promoting the picture which has opened in Montreal and other Large Canadian Center with great Success. The woman a literary club met with mrs Reirden wednesday evening feb. 18, eight members and two visitors present. Subject Reading a Community service a mrs. Caron Reading a National Parks of America a mrs. Erwin. Beautiful pictures of each of the Parks accompanied the Reading. The hostess served Welsh Rarebit and olives and the remainder of the evening was pleasantly spent in the singing of old and new songs. Mrs. Dontcho Atanasoff and two notice if a your carcasses than Bell to i. Solomon Tel. 56-3. L-8p hog skin that i Tigjo sugar makers i i in sugar a a shed packages. Barrels a Ber desired. Prices Guaran insurance and real estate Best Stock and Mutual companies. Surety Bonds All kinds of Village real estate. Any one ving Village real estate they wish to sell Call on f. W. Baldwin Barton. 39tfleft he i notice cows for a City where they will spend a few funeral. Another one of our summer colonists hav passed Over the Border. Miss Mary e. Roe at the age of 80 years. She boarded a few seasons ago with mrs. F. C. Ney and for we ice in a in ii. �x1vx a xxx a several years has made her Home the to our Village but sorry to lose mrs. The misses Marcia and finances Sny children with her sister. Miss Mary l. Wheeler spent the week end with relatives in Enosburg Falls. They left Here monday night for new York exc anime Lor Seex i a a two Ayrshire cows 5 years j and children wll take the boat for old fresh in milk calves by Side. Six Bulgaria to join her husband. Dur due to freshen in March extra her four or is mourn with us four Yeai Nasoff has Given of her time xxx. A exits to Church and missionary a Ishu a free for syrup i will pay i work As Well As the literary a dons lot will take Stock monday March mrs. Atanasoff. Carload of syrup barrels fur and talents to Church and missionary a the highest prices for sugar or syrup the coming year. Yours for bus Ness g. Dodge Orleans. Packages. Barry is j f prices Guaran f Batchelder Barton. 8tf to rent to rent House and Bam in Brownington Village on re ombre terms of inquire of j. Bartletto leans it. Phone 78-21 7 of always showing a Community inter makes life interesting. A ton have often heard that opinions remarked the Jian on the car. A Well that interesting fact is the cause of All the trouble in the Blade. Large Circle of friends Here and All wish them happiness and Prosperity in their new Home at North Troy. Friday night was gentlemen a night at the congregational Vest. The sapper menu was As follows fish and com chowder made by chef Corrow there were several Nice cakes made by the gentlemen and the it of the food was procured from Hamblet s bakery at Newport. After supper the following program was enjoyed. A Welcome recitation by three tiny tots. Masters Frankie ome Homie Wright and Johnnie Wheelock. After this a splendid Trio composed of of a a c. E. Southard Homer Wright an. A. D. Thurber rendered Fine music Rev. A. Adams then gave an address which was greatly enjoyed by All present. Or. Adams is certainly an interesting speaker. At the Cle Rev. Or. Southard extended than to the speaker also to the gentlemen for their help. Evansville Chas. Hilliard and family Are quite sick. The sick ones of last week Are All improving. Porter Esther Kittle and Raymond Foster Are enjoying a vacation from their studies at o. The entertainment by the ladies auxiliary will be Given at Mcdowell Hall Friday evening this week the ladies Are preparing a splendid program and cordially invite everyone to come. Ladies please bring cake or doughnuts. Admission 15 and 25c. Refreshments free. Der also of the summer Colony. Miss Roe was a sister of the Well known novelist e. P. Roe and herself a writer. She died feb. 11 at the Sisters Hospital at Watertown n. Westmore m. E. Calkins was in West Charleston recently. Or. And mrs. Joseph Tatro visited at Norris crowds in Cha Leston recently. Fred Tatro has returned Home from Charleston suffering with rheumatism. Mrs. U. I. Switzer returned Home from Lyndon saturday bringing her daughter Florence with her. School began Here at Mill Brook monday mrs. Jackman of Randolph teaching. Mrs. Jackman is boarding with mrs. Hattie Myers. Eden Eden has been As afflicted with the influenza As any town in the state perhaps the disease breaking out there about feb. 6. By saturday night of that week there were about 40 cases and Many others have de Veip it since. Austin Lovering died feb. 12, Clayton Whittemore died on feb. 14, James Felcher on the same Day mrs. Orrin Whittemore on feb. 16, and mrs. Clayton Whittemore whose husband died the 14th, on wednesday feb. 18 the deaths of or. And mrs. Clayton Whittemore leave six children orphans. The Felcher Case is particularly pitiful. Mrs. Felcher and twins were ill with the disease and the husband and father was caring for them his own temperature being up to 105 when the doctor found out his condition lie died on saturday and the next Day a son was bom to mrs. Felcher. She is critically ill with pneumonia and the baby is not expected to live. Barton Academy unsuccessful attempts have been made to organize a school orchestra at various times during the present school year. The difficulty is a Lack of performers on the various orchestral instruments chief of which Are the violins. The violin like every other musical instrument requires much study. To perform Well Means that the student must begin at an Early age nine to 15 years and must keep up everyday practice. Barton is Well supplied with the musicians Cornet clarinet and other brass and Wood wind performers and it is hoped that the future will see built up an equally Good string Section. To secure this result an attempt is being made to organize a class of ten or 12 violinists from the fourth Grade up through the High school. It is planned to have a teacher of violin come to the Academy one Day each week and give private and class lessons. A charge of 50 cents per lesson will be made and the instruction periods will be arranged to suit the Best interests of the students. This will be continued through the coming years and ultimately the result will be a marked musical improvement. Students will furnish their own instruments and or. Merrill would appreciate notice of any violins for Sale to rent or to lend. The services of congressman Frank Greene Are being sought As the commencement speaker in june. Plans Are being made to Issue an Academy Booklet in june containing history of the Academy pictures of student activities and of the Azacl Emy buildings at different stages of their existence a Complete roster of the alumni school notes and literature and an announcement of future courses of study. Advertising will be solicited from local merchants and other business and educational concerns. C. A. Barrows gave a very interesting talk on the mercantile business a thursday afternoon. said that All vocations required work to make them a Success but the mercantile business required As much if not More than any other. Because of the lateness of the Sean the skating rink will be closed from now on. There will be a vacation of two weeks in two weeks time and from snatches of conversation heard about the building everyone seems anxious for the next week to pass. Greensboro Bend mrs. De. Allen has been on the sick list the past week. Miss Mabel Sutton is caring for the sick ones at mrs. Crowley a. E. R. Collins returned Home Friday from his Taip to new York City. Miss Ada Allen of Laconia was called Here saturday by the death of her Sisters child. Dan Crowley is quite ill with the influenza and nine in the family of Joe Corr Are also sick with that disease. The Little child of mrs. Mabel Sterns was very seriously burned by a lantern exploding Friday morning and died that night. The funeral b. A. Takes two games firday evening Barton Academy Basket Ball team played Orleans and won her first game of the season the score being 27-12. B. A. Quintet let Loose tuesday evening and won its second game within week. They Defeated Derby Academy. The game was Snappy and quite close at the end of the second period the score was 13-13. But Carter and Comstock came in As usual on the last Lap and ran the score up to 18, thus making Barton a Winner 18-13. Carters famous Long shots were the sensation of the game. Following is Bartons line up for both games Valley Center Carter r. F. Comstock l. F. Smith r. G. Cornish l. G. Buckley referee. Newport City meeting warned of the annual meeting of the City 1 a it which Are of special interest new among the articles in the warning. Sporl Are the following. 20. To see what action the City will take relating to the building of a new High school. 21. To see if the City will vote u exempt from taxation for a period not exceeding five years the real and personal estate known As the a Newport House a together with addition and improvements thereto a said real was held monday Ter noon in the m. And personal estate being owned by. A a. Bowen and used and occupied e. Church and burial was in Greensboro. The people of the Community extend their sympathy to the family in their time of sorrow. For hotel purposes. 22. To see if the City will vote the establish a Public Market. The Church in the life of a nation Theodore Roosevelt the Church May not be the Only place where Man May profitably spend sunday. Of course it is not. Nevertheless it is one of the very Best places. It has been Well tried. It has been knocked about badly by slackers and enemies. It is the target for every fellow with a Chip on his shoulder or a grouch in his system. It is too narrow for some and too Broad for others. All this is perfectly natural in fact inevitable since the Church is based upon spiritual principles which Are admittedly difficult to understand fully let alone follow. In spite of All this the Church is a mighty Force in the nation for keeping people toned up to High Levels of thinking and acting. It has kept the affairs of a moral governor before the attention of his people. It has been the Force behind the building of Homes for orphans unfortunates deficient demented and aged. It has always been the Backer and often the starter of philanthropic enterprises. The Church is easy to slam and hard to replace. Kick it if you like but you will be Wiser and happier to Back it

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