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Barton Orleans County Monitor (Newspaper) - January 7, 1920, Barton, VermontA 9/Orleans county Monitor vol 49 no. 1barton. Vermont. Wednesday. January 7. 1920 single copies s cents. Classified advertising a will be Laserte it Lujo Der this per Mord for Oral itis Ertlov a per word there . Rupany the order. T ssh a Imu. Vul. It a Ltd a a Vertise to inserted for Iesu tic Ais to or or ire for Sale Quot to in ale Cedar posts All sizes r d. By re. Rosbur Olaf Ros let Bobbin Wood $10 for e. D. Alger Barton. 49tf Vor seven weeks old. A. Caron. Barum. Tel soil 53-lp for Sale pair traverse sleighs al of Sash and door machinery is n. Chappell. Barton. 53-2p ladies fur lined coat size 38. coat and sold Low. Mrs. A. R. P. . Barton it. 50tf for let Block Wood Hay and a trs a. New Cedar tub. Tele a one i lil. Alfred Brown or up for of 400 acres on state Road and much lumber Wood and r a a mrs. Matilda e. Hanson e. A Vay Pon d. Glover. L-3p for Ford three Quarter ton tra k in Good condition. App a be Osee of h. P. Hood amp so Newport. 38tf a new Industry coming to Barton new Yark of piano actions to locate in Barton and begin operations at once. Lac eos Comert Friday night the next number in the improvement club Lac eur course is the Pillion context party which will appear in seavers Hall Friday evening. The Pillion concert party brings a prof it stun of heart satisfying music. Three eminent artists constitute this splendid company. Ferdinand Pillion violinist and pianist. Pern Gol tra Lark Soprano and Mary Mckinnon pianist and accompanist. Ferdinand Pillion is a noted French violin virtuoso. uses in his recitals a do Salo instrument one of the oldest italian violins in exis Weinre made by Caspars do Salo who lived from 1542 to 1609. This violin is both elegant in form and Beautiful in tone and or. Pillion Sart As a it olinits is entirely in keeping with his Possession of this rare instrument. Fern Goltra has a Lyric Soprano voice of Limpid Beauty while her interpretation and skill in vocalization Are magnificent. She was formerly a member of the Chicago grand opera and has been singing the heading role in a new York revival of a Pinafore. Final Prospect or coming nere. One Genie pleasing touch Netrol the concern. K. The information telling of the com admission tickets May he this concern is obtained in the had at pierces at Doc each. A following letter which is printed in local note miss Gladys Masure is Wor icing in a or. Clarence s. Webster Wessell Nickle and Gross manufacturers of piano actions a Large new y Ork concern will soon be doing business in Barton. They anticipate using approximately 50 men at the Start and there is every reason to believe this number will be greatly increased. Members of the firm have visited Barton three different times in the past few months and those who have come in Contact with the gentlemen Are delighted with the personality of the men and feel confident that they May be depended upon to enter into the activities of the Community working for its betterment development and growth. P. A. A Vessell president a. L. Wessell vice president George Koenig. Treasurer and Henry Nickle All directors in the corporation have visited Barton and express themselves As pleased with the Prospect of coming Here. The gentle for Sale second hand Ford 1 eur d-h2ni Chevrolet 1 motorcycle. Woid a change for cows. Charles by Liway a Orleans. 38tf foes ale three two year old heifers to freshen in Early Spring and Ter yearling heifers All holsteins a dwell marked. Tuberculin tested. P. I d. Walker., Barton. 41tf county teachers to meet. Superintendent e. A. Hamilton announces that the Date of the Orleans county teachers meeting which is to be held in Newport has been set for Jan. 22, 23, thursday and firday. The following tentative program has been arranged. 1.15 p. M., meeting called to order at the school Hall music prayer. 1.45, county spelling match. 3.15, intermission. 3j20, address a the schools an interpretation of democracy a miss Florence m Hale Rural expert from Maine. 8 p. M., thursday evening address. Present educational problems in Vermont a i it a. B. Hillegas commissioner of education. Friday 9 a. M., address a americanization a Rev. Frazer Metzger Randolph. 10.30, conferences Grade English miss Marion teacher. North Craftsbury miss Jennie al Gingham training teacher. North Troy mrs. Harriet Ide training teacher Derby Center Junior High school subjects announced later Prin. Robert Merrill Barton senior High school Rural a standardization if supt. O. L. Dugan new kit it Center. Report supt. E. A. Hamilton Newport. 1.15 p. To., a a teachers retirement Law a m. B. Hillegas commissioner f education questions. 1.55, intermission. 2-to a keeping of Register a supt. J. L. Erwin Barton questions. 2.30, closing address m. B. Hille farm Bureau notes interesting figures on results culling demonstrations. Of Lang a jewelry store. V Barton savings Bank amp Trust co. Miss Bertha Wheeler is a new Stu by ton Vermont debt at Barton Academy. I it ear sir. T take pleasure in advising you Sas. A Leblanc set the week end at Nhat at a meeting of our Board of a _ his Home in Bedford que. A directors held yesterday it was de Helen Buck visited her Friend. Jean Cid to a ept the proposition de Salmon in Glover last week. Us by the Barton commercial club Ana mi., the Quot Send a nth fiends m Newport a purpose of Makine final arrange a a r. P. Webster and e. W. Barron intents and to close the Deal with re miss Ruby Dutton Are in new y Ork for a few Daya. A. We a. Miss Marjorie y Oung has returned to her school in a a. V. It the week Greensboro a live farm Bureau meeting was held at Greensboro on Newyl ears eve. Foster Gebbie presented the program which has been lined up by the committee which included the carrying out the various it variety tests. 2 Lime and Clover 3�?~ poultry 4 farm accounts 5 certified seed potatoes 6 Dairy improvement. Or. Mcfarlane Felt that an attempt i should be made to place at least three registered hulls this year in herds where grades and scrubs Are not kept. Craftsbury an All Day Community meeting was held in the methodist Church at Craftsbury on new years Day with a dinner at noon. The Forenoon session opened with a few remarks by the pastor. Rev. E. O. Wells followed by a discussion on a How shall we reduce production costs a by the county agent. An excellent dinner was then served. The afternoon session opened at 1 30 with a talk by miss Clemma Seaver _ a household . Roberts of the state sunday school association then followed with a stirring address on a reciprocity Between the Church and the w. S. Tillotson then spoke briefly after which Rev. J. Peterson spoke on the part which la3rmen can play in the Church and Community. Craftsbury is to be congratulated on the Fine spirit shown by its people in supporting moves of this kind and a. F. Mcdougal Archibald Frank Only child of Duncan and Catherine place Mcdougal born in Brownington Jan. 3, 1859, died in Barton dec. 31, 1919. married Nettie a. Ufford in Barton March 15, 1893. On aug. 20, 1897, he received a Shock and has never recovered the use of his limbs having been confined to a wheel chair All these years. was a Painter previous to the loss of his limbs. Funeral services were held on his birthday. Rev. A. B. Blake official As pastor. John Powers and brother. Geo. W. Powers of Derby Only remaining relatives attended the funeral also or. And mrs. E. F. Wells of East Albany and h. B. Orcutt of Willoughby. E. B. Robinson Edward Barnard. Robinson whose death occurred on Jan. 1st, was the youngest son of Amos c. And Eliza Stule Robinson. was born in Barton Jan. 21st, 1856, and spent his whole life in his native town. At the age of 19 he began work for Skinner amp Drew later going into business for himself and in 1891 he bought out the grocery business in which he was engaged at the time of his death. had been in business in Barton longer than any other merchant and by his Square dealing had won an enviable reputation. was married on dec. 28, 1881, to Jennie e. Hanscomb of Sheffield. A mrs. Robinson died in november 1884. In october 1891, he married Kate Mcfarland of Westmore and to them were born two children Mildred who died at the age of 15 months and Pearl who was at Home and has Given Lender care to both her father and Mother. The sympathy methodist episcopal Church notes Rev. A. Turer pastor sunday january 11th morning worship 10.30. Sunday school at 11.45 of clock. Kings heralds 4 of clock. Epworth league business meeting 5.30 of clock. Epworth league 6.00. Everybody cordially invited. The regular week prayer meeting thursday evening at 7.30. Directly after prayer meeting a Board meeting will be Neld in the vestry All officers and teachers will make a special Effort to come. The annual business meeting of the woman a Alliance will be held Friday afternoon at 3.30. A supper will be served for the ladies. I pent the w Richford. Spent be a a inference to this matter our or. F. A. Years Day with the Dutton Brothers. A animations which Are working for of my father. Your interest and sym a a great Deal credit is due the various a pastors of the town and the comm of the whole Community goes out to Pittee in charge for the Success of daughter in her great trouble. This meeting. This is the kind of card i wish to thank the Many i cooperation needed Between the farm friends who have been so kind to me i Bureau the churches and other or i in every Way during the Long illness who a i a for a my a fat or. Yoiiro info roof. Anh rat i wanted wanted live poultry Elrick Larton. 18tf wanted Kitchen help wanted a Mee. V?.iiey House Orleans. 51tf want do a stenographer and office girl. Root amp Blanchard 19 main St. w Antevs sewing woe on Maple a Andis. Dii eans. E. To do at my Thooe on Maple Street. Mrs. D. Twp anted Calfskin and a kinds of junk e. Sockol Barton. Tel 24-11. 42tf wanted Beers Atlas of or county in Good condition. Arf. , St. Johnsbury ver Aimont. 53-lp wanted a experienced school teacher. Inquire h. D. Beebe Barton. Tel. 28-22. 47tf Wessell will be in Barton during the Fred e Nel a visited his sister in Elk commencing monday. January Pike n. A few Days last week. Probably thursday. David Copp of St. Johnsbury is a in the mean time win you please in town on business for a few Days advise or. Hanson to clean up is to to it to logs As much As possible and also mra. W. B of Tor entertain he my al machinery fiends from St. Johnsbury last week. I a recommended to messers. Miss Myrtle Allen of chileans visit Wessell and Nickle on their last visited her Uncle Arthur Akley recently. With full appreciation of the help a at a 1 o and attention Given us on our several mrs. W. Daniels is in Spring visits by the members of the Barton Onu Nercia club and other gentlemen interested and who Best wishes to Field mass., visiting for several Days. Miss Reta Chappell of Newport spent the week end at her Home Here. W. L. White has purchased the x l 11. The up building of the various comm i Pathy have meant so much to me. 29th. Louise Adams of Orleans spent a at invt at g. E. Newtons last t few Days k. Tnie Sieu aau Wiki it Silica w All for a Happy and prosperous new j year we remain we Siam coi Piston pm the North of this Wes Nisi Gross Village. Per f. A. Weasel pres. John Shortsleeves of Marchester further details concerning the n. H., was a visitor in town a few Natter Voll be printed from time to Days last week. Mrs. E. G. Freeman of Springfield Desemp of her Mother mrs. Takes shape. Time As they become available and As the development of the by Day or by for hauling lumber. Good 1 mass., is a guest Laura Mcfarlane. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson was the speaker of the evening at the donation in South Albany Friday. Mrs. Hibbard have gone to Springfield mass., where they have work. Those who have Bera Home for the Christmas vacation and returned to roads Lottie Clough is caring for their respective Colie Eim Are. Mariorie miss Marion Young recently vis Isan we Liht Psi 22 15 a it ill St in at Thomas Smiths in Evans. Kio Gnoy. None Gick with the measles. Cut Wir Ville. 53tf experienced teach a Brook school address m. E. Calkins Orleans r. F. D. 2. 49tf a ted a night watchman Oman Cool $65.00 laundry 40.00 per month and Home ? r wanted calf Skina. Will take Sims every monday at Orleans a Ress station. Talk with me be fore you sell Tel Orleans 12s-13. Kelley. 4gtf a will take live poultry a Tetly fresh Large eggs div express station every Mon a by e. S. Kelley Tel 123-13, or-82tf waited waitress and a Cham at the Woodland Park a tonsillitis for girls. Experience Annec must be neat willing and be baby. If references Are fare to album Dale. The w. T. U. Will rivet tuesday afternoon Jan. 13, with mrs. R. Cutler. Subject prohibition. There will be a meeting of the n. E. P. A. At the it office of j. F. Batcheider Friday at two of clock Gordon Campbell who a been spading two Ateek in town has re turned to his Turk in Chester a. Remember Tfaye installation of officers of Crystal Lake Camp m. W. A. Friday evening followed by a lunch. The Atemon study club will meet with mrs. Albert West on tit Day Jan. 8. Subject a the or. And mrs. A. B. Morancy of so Johnsbury were guests of her Mother mrs m. Jutras Over new years Day. Miss Mary l. Wheeler returned to St. Johnsbury monday after spending two weeks with her sister mrs. Atanasoff. Miss Harriet Austin is spending a few Days in Willoughby with mrs. Orcutt who has been very sick with Charles f. Towne Woodland school album Dale. Brass. 1-2 miscellaneous White boar for service. E. 4-Juexander, Glover. Sitf Farmers Stock notice will take monday Jan. 12. G. S. Dodge in or new Walton a Vermont now on Sale at this office. By mail 45c. It notice if you for let Money for carcasses than Seu to l Solomon al Arton. Tel 5t>-3. L-4p and Quot real est Soto al com Bonds a kinds of Vil be s a a a key wish to Seu can Baldwin. Barton. 39tf lost hound with some Tan Tot and legs. P. Nye bar-�?____53tf White Fox to name of by k Moulton miss Storrs who has been spend Imp the Christmas vacation at her a Hue in new York returned Here on saturday. The local Branch of the red Cross society made about $5.00 from the lunch served at the dance in seavers Hall Friday evening. Mrs. G. Lang who has been a is improving and Slayton Lang who has been sick at Orleans has recovered so far As to be at Home. The woman a literary club will hold their regular meeting Wito or Arthur Buswell tonight a 7. Subject a a the new Home making. There was a mistake m the a ale of the Drew property on last week. It was Pur Elmsted by w. Chappell instead of h. S. Chap Pell miss Ernestine Wulson who has her school work in the Orleans graded school Ernest and Ralph Hibbard have been spending two weeks wit ii their parents or. And mrs. Lost pair ladies Black shoes Between Orleans and brow Mongto Joseph Beauregard we lost Brown Black and White Shepherd dog with White ring around neck Reward if returned to a renew Labounty Barton. In Community meetings. About one month ago a circular letter was sent out to All people who about 65 attended the ladies Aid i attended one of the six culling de society supper new years eve. Pio. Mons rations held in the county this needs $10.63. J past fall. Out of the 100 people at tending these meetings eighteen have Carl a a Gater. 1 those reporting Mano Witrod part or. And egg ens and had mrs. , last week. A culled out 163 or 25 per cent As a installation of officers at the next result of these demonstrations. When i regular Grange meeting Jan. 13, a i we consider that it costs from $3.50 i Stead of election As stated last week to $4.00 per year nowadays to feed a Hen it would seem that we could dispose of a Large number of hens Here in Orleans county without diminishing to any Large extent the number of eggs produced. One Man who has practice culling for about a year wrote in As follows a yes i attended the culling demonstration in Brownington. However i had studied the culling problem somewhat from some things i had Learned in poultry journals some things Learned in practical experience and particularly some things Learned from the Hogan Way and i did my culling before the demonstration came along. I culled 14 out of 28. I could do it better after the demonstration for i got some pointers there but i am sure i did it with reasonable Success before. From careful tests i made with two pens my 14 culls produced about half As Many eggs As my 14 keeps during the six months leading up to last August. The culling Wisdom i had worked out before the demonstration was essentially along Brownington Center mrs. Ernest Wright and Ida lathe Are on the sick list. Or. And mrs. Thomas Crandall visited friends in Barton Friday. Mrs. E. A. Gallup is in Newport nursing in the Home of her Nephew. Or. Aud mrs. De. Parker have returned from a weeks visit in Wolcott. Miss Marion Young recently vis to Smith Coll it and Henry Cutler Ville. _ to Dartmouth. Mrs. Eli Duval of West Burke re or. And mrs. Owen Mcfarland a gently visited her Mother mrs. And de. Mcfarland of West Burke Amanda Powers. James Mcfarland of Passumpsic Fred Mcfarland of Sutton and mrs. Etta Hennessey of Boston were in town saturday to attend the funeral of e. B. Robinson. The Barton Auto Exchange has taken Possession of the quarters formerly occupied by the Barton garage in o. Mossmann a Bam. The Exchange has also hired one of the bams and other buildings on the fair und As storage space in which to keep the Many new cars the company is getting tvs Winter in anticipation of another seasons business. The Exchange is certainly doing a splendid business and is progressive in every sense of the word. Cassius m. Twombly a brother of a. J. Twombly of this place and formerly a resident Here died at his Home in St. Johnsbury monday after a four lays illness of pneumonia at the age of 73 years four months. Besides a widow he leaves six children to Moum his loss mrs. V. Heath of Sutton mrs. G. A. Worcester and Hattie l twombly of Lebanon n. Zenuie b. Of St. Johnsbury Center Bert w. Of West Burke and Ellsworth e. Of St. Johnsbury. Or. And mrs. F. R. Buck received a letter from their son Malcolm recently. Not having heard from him for several months they were much mystified but the letter explains All he was working in the Ford factory in Detroit last july and on the 21st Day of that month was crossing the Street when be was hit by a passing automobile and rendered unconscious. From that time until the second Day of january he did not regain his mind enough to Tell who he was and there were no papers on his person to identify him at the time of the Accident. Drew a ladies ready to Wear shop Newport will open their big Cash clearance Sale of High class garments for 15 Days saturday morning. Jan. 10th, at 8 of clock. The Public knows when Drew advertises a Sale that they will find the Roer a Karmond Foster Doris Porte and Chandise and tailoring to be of the i Esther Kittle have returned to or miss Doris Duval of West Burke spent the week with her grandmother mrs Amanda Powers. Or. And mrs. W. F. Rollins of Newport visited their sister mrs. Charles Gausp ust week. Or. And mrs. W. P. Smith spent sunday with their daughter mrs. Harold Heath in Barton. Or. And mrs e. D. Clark have been in Charleston for the past two weeks helping care for mrs. Clarks father we. Hinton. Or. Hinton died new years Day. Evansville school bran monday. Wayne Cook who has been very ill is much better. C c. Mcdowell is working for Edmund Davis in the Woods. Or. And mrs. Ulric Cheniere visited relatives in Canada last week. Henry Larock has moved his family from Barton to his Farn near the Village. Doris Spencer spent a part of last week with her grandmother mrs. U. S. Gray. Or. And mrs. R. A. Devereaux and child recently visited at w. R. Dev Ereaux s. Charles Hilliard is on the ski list. Wallace Spencer is visiting at Wumer Gray a in Bradford or. And mrs. Perley Ingalls of Orleans spent the week end As guests of or. And mrs. Henry Prescott. Hector Lapierre of Brownington Center come to spend the Vinter at the Home of his son Frank. Rev. And mrs. W. Cook wish to thank their friends for uie present which they received at the Christmas tree. Pearl m. Robinson. We. Hinton who Hai been ill for several weeks with heart trouble died thursday. The Ca Mcnuity extend sympathy to the family. Jason Carter who has been working in the Woods for h. G. Knight the past three months has finished his work and returned to his Home in Lowell. Officers for the sunday school were chosen for the ensuing year As Fol the Union watch service a Union watch service was held in the m. E. Church wednesday evening last week which was attended by a very Good audience. Alden g. Owen spoke on a the greatest sin selfishness a Wallace h. Gilpin on a a dreams. A violin and clarinet duet by c. S. Webster and Alden Owen was or eatery enjoyed and several Fine records were played on a Sonora phonograph loaned by or. Lang. After refreshments of sandwiches Coffee and doughnuts. Rev. A. Turner gave a fifteen minute talk on the theme a team work or the inter Church movement. Rev. Or. Hutchinson took for his text deut. 33 25, a thy shoes shall be Iron and brass and As thy Days so shall thy strength it suffices to say both pastors gave thoughts Worth while. After a Brief season of prayer at Midnight those present stepped Forth into the new year with new courage. Best and the prices to be the lowest j leans nigh and Mabel Larock to be found. If you have not attend to Barton Academy. De one of these sales before be sure a and come to this one. Your advantage. Brownington Ralph Dutton a resumed from a visit to Hartford. Miss Lizie Bryant has gone to Orleans for the Winter. Maurice Mcallan of Newport vis i item in town last week. It win be to or. And mrs Walter Norris and a children visited mra. Norris parents or. And mrs d. A. Gallup the past week. The Community supper at the Church new years eve was Well attended. After the supper members of the Cut a Spany gave readings Recita ticks and songs and everyone had a Jolly Good time. Come again. The line of time of moulting vigor shape of body thickness of Pelvic Bones distance Between Pelvic Bones and breast Bone Etc., Etc. The demonstration gave me new pointers along the line of color in legs and beak moulting laying tests a so that i now would cull with More it will be Well to consider the foregoing As the time approaches form letting eggs to Hatch. Will eggs be set from culls which always Lay Best in the Spring or will a pen of heavy producing layers be selected from the general flock to produce the eggs for setting purposes. If it is Worth while to raise heifers from our Best cows is it not Worth while to set eggs from our Best producing hens. Everyone interested in the dollars and cents Side of the poultry business will do Well to make plans in the near future for a Breeding pen of heavy users. Westmore j. A. Legacy visited at or. Farmers in Newport the past week. Merle Calkin Sand Percival Daniels returned to their schools in Barton and Orleans monday. Ralph Tatro is suffering from rheumatism and has had to give up work in the lumber Woods. Fred Tatro who has been in Orlando fla., the past three months returned Home new years Day. Or. And mrs. Ira Lyon and two children of East Charleston visited his brother Oscar Lyon recently. Calkins and Percival Daniels several Day with his parents or. And mrs. E. Clapper the past week. Or. Kendrick of West Burke was in town recently to see mrs. Anns Nocei who is suffering from rhe it Amati a. E. Carter of Lowell visited his daughter mrs. Herbert Knight and family the past week. A very pleasant time was enjoyed at the social held at or. And mrs. Brew no a Friday evening. Thirty nine persons were present and the pro Joe eds were $4.75. Congregational Church notes. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson pastor sunday january 11th 10.30, morning service. Subject of the Sermon a a god a Mark on 11.45, sunday school. Prayer meeting thursday evening at 7.80. A study of the first five chapters of genesis will be taken up. 6.00 p. M., Christian Endeavor. All seats free. Menus Bible class meets at the ent m. E. met in Charles Tatro Secretary mrs. Lowing Church. A annual meeting the annual meeting of the Church and society and Roll Call of the Church was held in the vestry thursday evening. The ladies furnished a supper at 6 of clock to which nearly 100 sat Down. Following this was held the meeting and Roll Call of the Church. Rev. J. J. Hutchinson presided As Moderator. F. Cutler was Sekki ted a permanent Deacon to take the place of o. D. Rowell deceased and w. Wright was ducted a new Deacon making the permanent deacons f. W Bahrii and c. F Cutler and the elective deacons Wallace h. Gilpin and w. Wright. S. A. Hunt was reelected clerk and the Roll Call showed almost exactly the same Nuj her responding Ard sending responses As in the past few years. At the society meeting reports of the treasurer and trustees were heard As Well As reports from the sunday school ladies a society and e. Society. Nearly $1200 has been paid out on repairs and additional repairs costing several Hundred dollars Are contemplated in the Spring. It was voted to be the sense of the meeting to proceed with All necessary repairs and hire such Money As might be necessary to pay for the same. F. A. Hunt was elected clerk j. F. Batcheider treasurer and f. W. Comstock mrs. Batcheider mrs. Barrows r. P. Webster and f. B. Tower trustees. Or. Comstock informs the writer he cannot serve. The trustees report shows that there was an increase in the number of j Secretary French assistant mrs. A. E. French treasurer mrs. A e. Clapper superintendent Cradle Roll mrs. A g. Knight superintendent Home department teachers coming pastor mrs. Geo. Myers mrs. E. Calkins mrs. A. E. French organist mrs. Lula Taofo. South Albany Charles Vance has finished work in St. Johnsbury is at Home. Harry Rowell of u. V. Recently visited at c. R. Vance a. Owing to the severe cold snap of the last few Days several of the Farmers had trouble with the water freeing. A. D. Patterson of Orleans has been visiting relatives and friends Here and attended the Dmia Tion on Friday evening. Or. And mrs. James Calderwood moved last week from the Shields House to the Williams House in the Village. East Albany intended for last week Many people Here Are suffering with colds. Frank sinon visited in St. Joh us Bury the last of the week. L. J. Beauregard of St. Johnsbury spent the week end at j. T. Sinong a. P. J. Mcdermott of new York City spent Christmas at the Home of j. R. Sinon. Miss Maude Grant is in Boston this week to attend the wedding of her brother Joseph. Or. And mrs. Homer Daniels of Brooklyn n. Y., were at a. Daniels for Christmas. Miss Mary Morley came Home from Boston Christmas to spend the Winter with her folks Here. Or and or. Walter bunks of new York City spent Quot Christmas with or. And mrs. A. Mcc illum. Owing to the shortage of teachers the pupils of the Vance school Are being transported to East Albany. Or. And mrs. Richard Rogers of Wiot Glover spent new years with her parents or. And mrs. . Kathleen Keenan returned to a a. V. M., saturday after spending the holidays with her parents or. And mrs. John Keenan. Miss Theresa Hughes who has been spending two weeks vacation at her Home Here returned to her business in Washington d. C., monday. Foss Talbot a pleasant event of the week was the marriage of Augusta Foss Only daughter of or. And mrs. Fred foes to Leon Talbot of Newport. The ceremony look place at a a lean and the Happy couple left for a Short wedding Tnp. They Are to make their Home in Nashua n. H., where or. Talbot a work is. Mrs. Robot was be of Albany s Roost pop Jar Young ladies a cd has a friends Here who wish them a Long and Happy life. Lodging this year Over last As Well As a substantial increase in the an Munt pledged. A committee was appointed to revise the Constitution define the duties of the various officers and committees and make any recommendations thought Best. Wallace h. Gilpin w. W. Miles and mrs. Batcheider were appointed on this committee. Mrs. R. P. Webster mrs. G. Lang and c. F. Cutler were made members of the music committee. No longer clerk. I am no longer. Clerk to the firm of Etc., i am retired Leisure. I am to be met with in trim gardens. I am already come to be known by my vacant face and careless gesture Perambo plating at no fixed Pace nor with any settled purpose. I walk about not to and from. They Tell me a certain cum dig notate air that has been buried so Long with my other Good Paru has begun to shoot Forth in Ray person. I perceptibly grow Lato Lamb. Lights and leaser lights. If you have Ever crossed the Ocean you know that one of the first glimpse Vou get of America is the Flash of thatchers Light off Cape Ann. It can lie seen a very great distance Jose to Hus the historian writes that there was an ancient Lighthouse which could be seen forty two Miles. It was erected by Ptolemy Soter in the Island of pharos off the Cost of Alexandria port. Of

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